Yorktown High School - Episode Yearbook (Yorktown, IN)

 - Class of 1966

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Brenda Stone Editor Phil Shoemaker Co-Editor EPISODE YURKTOWN HIGH SCHOOL V01, 43 Yorktown, Indiana -In 1 'ww , M, , .. . ffvik-'Hia-gi kv: A 'f -. 'YW .L 'f4 .. ' 4 f 1 ,xx HQ- Vx! 34. fr -cf kv ,ann 354 W , . "The world stands out on either Side Yo wider than the heart is wideg fi bone the world is stretched the sky,- no higher than the soul is high. . . " Fdna'St. Vincent Villav Activities Administration Seniors Sports U nderclassnien Elenientary Advertising Table of Contents Hi 1 ill10l'llllllill"UU,.IlI1i0I' Iinc x, orrowrc-aL'1c-5 XX ll 1 z, rj 1 lb NI I for an vlusiu' hunk. hoping lhul the hell will hm' lulv. ,,,.,--1 ,,,...f ,.....----"""' ..---"' ,,.....-www" ,, , ,,..,, ,lmfeiwm-wWmvvw4 .- Qf f E K A We've Done Oul Trying his best I0 uin points for his lt'ZllIl is sophomorv Grvg We-Iulugc, member of lhv varsity cross country team. First vvvvk of S0h001...lhv rush to the ofhcs- I0 huy new books. Putty Roscr looks on while Mrs. II:-len Myers waits on Rox Gillum. v Growing on the Run N'-in Running on u ln-uvy schedule, seniorliulph Ward takes u fem seconds to eat lunch. Students start another journey dow n crowded halls. Nluny have found that you have to rush to get to make elu:-as on time. The days rolled on, gaining momentum with every bell that rung and every class completed. Before long each dayls tasks presented a multitude of challenges to he met and conquered. Time did not allow for lagging spirits or unwilling hands. Only one avenue remained open, an avenue with no stop signs or speed limits. The pace Wtllllflllil slow down for mistakes, we fixed things us best we could and continued, on the run. sk L " Q .31 M, . .- ,F ..m:g5 , . sv 'A gi X .yx l yi 1 Q 1.-gg, K ' X..- " , j . . . . , , 3 3' i n Q ,"' ' -' -' "-- --x-- 1 -,-- V , """ "I .13 ' '-" " A . - ,.,. , - ,,,.. , - - ---- x--f -' - "F "jg . K ' X ,,,, H ,. - ...L.:...: --.f--- . .. - f -- 3 J W- .... M.. 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But now we can sec- lhat e-uc-ll one fits to unolher, build- ing an world lhal stands wider than we had vu-r imaginvd possible. To the ones lo follow, we leave a trail that lmds lo ill7I'0lllll'I'0ClL1C21ll0ll, to a inorv lullilling lilk-. I l l l Q World Stands W lder . . . 1 l 'I'lw eyes of youth givv liikl a sps-1-iul glow, Allll0llgl1 lllvy are non 1 too ulvsorlwtl lo be an urs' ol' il, lhvir uorlfl is xsiclvr, Books am' the door lo ii xsiflcr oullook on Iill-. lj- 'J 1 I I 5 I : -I E.: 5 1 C. C 1: 1 F fl ar period. 777' ,Ammo The SKIIHIIIPI' days xwlw' lilll-ll with Sllllbllllll' hours. Sclmul mint on, liul' our lulsvllull ll'ilIll. who play-fl lllvil' gulllvs Lllltll'l' llll' l1lllC elm Ninn' lllull Aust skies llilXI' strc-lcllc-fl lllLLlll'l'. Xursv lllllllwx J . , IlUl1'5 llll' flzlill ill llcfilflll lXl'IlllN lJill1"Alll'l'lX lllillll' LlllI'lllLf llll' Z' T' , F . l Sl1IlllIll'l'. XM' llilXl' cle-xclolerl lIlllIlN and x'ul'ie-ll skills. Ill Clfillillllff' class Rifllilrfl , X" l,llNNllUI'Il pzllic-lilly works Oll his ilSSlgIlll1l'Ill, gzlillillg knowledge with cu-rx lilll- 4lI'ilWIl. l l l l l l , The field of science has no limits. On lab day, junior jimmy Webster patiently works on his experiment. Stretch Higher . . . Better communications and more efficient means of travel have "shrunk" the world. But our own world is growing, encompassing more and more every day. Unlimited opportunities in every field await us. No restraints are placed on those who have imaginative spirits and delinite goals. "The sky's the limit".. and our skies have stretched higher. Ks an exploratory teacher, senior Cindy Hodson works with Nlrs. Young's second grade class. 'l'omorrow's teachers gain experience today. ,J - l 5 5 is .X S . ,mfs I is V This year marked the beginning of Yorktowifs chapter of the Na- tional Honor Society. Mrs. Walker, sponsor, pins the chapter's rib- hon on junior member, Ivana jasper. l t l Five years. Junior high lo your sa-ninr year. Years of growing. scholuslically and spinunlli , us well as pllysic-ally. Om vii-M of the new wing cannot gin- an full picture of ils dime-nsions. lt is mon' than brick and ilaslcr, it re rx-sc-ills our vfrowinff. D F' .ii .aw-nusuugww ,---, f x As We ' w 14 fi, ,f ,,-ai, W! 4 ,ZW M 7 , Gain V 1 f " , 4 i 4 6 f - A AV 24' ' lf " ' Ji' ' 54' .Q aw. , 5- if 4 ' f V f I2 ' -1 xW? wif , 4 ,M " Each skill we learn nclds to our total ucconlplishim-nts. ln the print- ing! room, senior Tom Pusko prvpairm-s lu print up SL'lll'tllll1'. our basketball l l l if mis A New Dimensions. 'lihis has been n year oligrowing, olexpunsion in every liield. YOSll'l'fiilyiS dreams were realized with the completion ofthe new wing. 'lille clreznns ol' tomorrow' took delinite shape in the urchi- leets' drawings ol' the new high school. Now our world is wider and higher, and we haue grown l to liill it. t t l , Our lessons have llnilt our ecluenlionnl lJi1i'ligI'0Ill"tfi. Slu- l dents in lionrth period .Nlgehru class listen elosely to Nr. llrown. in.. , The Yorktown liund prides itself on the growth it has ueeoinplislied. llere some members "luke five". Xlong the rond to final growth we must exercise our liody ns well ns our mind, Ricky lintner does "just one more" push-up in gym. "Init" enn he fun, il' you can keep the end product. lfighth graders Linda Xinllxer, Nlnrilyn Townsend, and ,lainie Somers combine their effort:-a in foods class. Ideals, Dedication l11 our last six years ol'sc'l100l. wv haw had Illilllf ll'llCllt'I'5. SOIIN' slaml out i11 o11r111i11cl 111o1'v lllilll otl101's. 'l'l1m-sv ll'llCllt"l'S I4-aux a11 i111p1'i11l 011 our liws that is agv- lvss. 'lllwy taught as 111o1'0 lllilll just history or llllllll. illhvy laughl ideals, lDl'lllClIJl0S lo lixe by. 1'. l,lU'St'N.S sm-V011 1 U'I'illl' 111a 1 c ass was 501111-- Nl P D l D ll I., l ll l lhing wx' always lookvcl l'01'vxa1'fl to. XX-PC1111 1'e1110111hm'1' lhal iw always harl a test 011 lfriday. But we also rv- llll'llllll'I' his slorivs about his trip to l'll0l'lIl1l, his sclmul class i11 Yo1'klms11. 501110 1'c'1110111l1e1' his algebra and lJ0Olilil'0lJlI1f.Jf Classvs. Wie all kmm who svls oll'Il10 firv drills. Service Displayed by Mr. Pugsley 1 1 1 t We have the greatest respect for your leading the senior class of l906, dedicate this, the 190 and your ideals. lt is because ol' this that we, Episode to you, Mr. Richard Pugsley. s 1 i 6 S A-Q 'N-auf wS.,,,L s...-gpm.. . 1 4' ' X It 11115 in 0111- 111-liviliq-5 llml ue yu-rv uhh- 111 hmm-I1 our "oral lc-slsn. lJl'l'ill'IlS Cilllll' ll'llP...llll' liilllfl Illllllfllf out illlll apply what nv had li'ill'I1Pfl. 'lllu' field 11 us wirlv- lJl'l'S0lllCIl to us llll'll' new 1111il'o1'111s. Sc'l1olz1siic 111'l1i1-x'e- SP1-Quql,,,ll11-re was il gfgulp for eu-ry intel-ggi, Wk- px- llll'lllS l'02lClll'fl a111oll11'1' gOill...0lll' Cllill'll'l' for ilu' York- p01ime11Iv1l with pa11'liz11nenlu1'y procefl111'0, 1'el10111'si11g our town llonor Soc-ivly 11115 111-1-1-pu-cl lust lull. X 51-111' of rolvs in ilu- l.l1llll'l'. The uc-lixilies xwrc- our "lub hours", g1'mxi11g...o11 every llunfl. af 8 " r. Pub. Class" Q 'MM XXI' llilY0 giwn llu' best of our- Q si-lu-s into this yvurlmook, using ilu- i V idvus ol' ull, trying lo maintain llu- philslmmmkm. llllilllly of llie Episoflv. ll is our CU-Ed,-mr hope- lhul we liuw gnc-n an mccu- rzlll' IJ0l'll'illl of this your. llrvnflu Stom- lfrlftor Pllotogruphy is an vxuvling url, anil, lllllllglfl llu-'5 W-rv ainulrurs, Donna Crunl, and Bei Urs-vii dill a lim' jolm. Karon Costc-rison Nona lfonm-r liusincss lIIlllllg'l'l' Copy lfrlilor Yi-zu'lJo0k work vnluils lots ol' pupvr work, uml good records. Nona llorlner and KilI'1'Il Coslcrison work on the aclwdising aection. llonnu Cranl llcv Crm-n l'lm1ograpl10r pIlOf0IQ'I'llIIIll'l' Struggled to Meet Deadllnes i Nancy Redwine Editor jason Goforth Co-Editor All work and no play makes, not Jack a dull boy, but it makes Edi- tor-in-Chief of the Broadcaster, Nancy Redwine, very sleepy! We, the Broadcaster editors, would like to express our most sincere ap- preciation to many people for their co-operation in helping us make it the best newspaper possible. We es- pecially want to thank the school staff, the student body, thejournal- ism class, and one of the most im- portant people our sponsor, Mrs. Hartsock. .H Background workers, who did a tremendous job in helping the year- book and the Broadcaster to be the best are Joyce Hiatt, Vicki Rob- bins, and Margaret Smith. I7 tudents Bring Honors to Y.H. . Sharon Slvwari, Winnvr of the coveted lJ..N.R. Good Cilizvnship Award l shows hvr pridi' as shi- uzilks through YllS halls. Sho was also win- i ner ol tliv H4-My fir0L'lu'1't'ul1l1'H1lll-'ld ul lorkloun. Proudly displaying her trophy is Miss Yorktown. Kurvn Ciostcrison, who r0pr0svliI1'fl Yorktown ul Ilia- Dvluvsuiw' County Fair this your. Laura Viialllwr und Slizlron Slviuxrl provvd lo lil' x 4-ry good r'vpr0sr-'r1Ia- tix PS from Yorktown as lhvy amended the wvvk ui Girls' Slulv. Fhnn. I Roprc-svnling Y orktovsn ul Boys' Slatv wc-rv liicliurd Bfklllllibll and Miko DISCUSSION CLUB NlElVlBl'IRS--Row I: .l. Bullock, .l. Cofortli. Nl. Shoemaker, C. Nixon, progrznn ehairinun, S. Stewart. ll. Spain-, 1 5M L. 'hl.lilIl5, Nl. Stephenson. D. flluss. .l. Reynolds. J. Kirk, ll, Kirls. .l. -Xlley. G. Prater. ill. Davis, Sec. X Treus.. L. Walker, Assf .' li Tre-as.. ll. Laird, Y. Pres., Xl. lflinn, Pres. Hou' 2: Nlrs. johnson. sponsor, C. Schuherl. ll. Fauqiilier. Nl. 'llollivi-r, 'lf Hypes, Nl. Bryant, .l. Shell. fi. llrinlmiun. Hou' I: S. Sxxindell. ll, P1'EllPI'.XX.ll0IlIlPI'. IJ. Kellow. fi. Fuller. P. llurdymon. K. Nlunn. Panel, Projects Further Goals of Discussion Club Discussion cluh members have had u very busy year fulfilling the needs of their club and Yorktown High School. ln order to :nuke money, they sold Cokes at the .Nlumni Festivities lust fall. The club furnished il panel of four menlhers--Mike Flinn, Marie Brown, Wendell Conner and Danny Glass-- lo hold an joint meeting with the F.ll.fX. 'llheir subject wus "Teenage Nlorzxlsf' A representative from Anderson College showed slides on the Model ll. N. AS they have done in the past, meni- hers attended the Model Lnited Nations Xlareh 20, l966. Discussion elub is not ull work as lhese menilmi-rs enjox I'l'l-l't'SlllT1C'lllS and conversation. 1 S I-'hy I My U" 5 1 1 , 'rg 6 'f , 4 ,", M , 1,1 M 1 fi .1 1 ' MQ 1 Z1 W v gag Iunior uml Sm-nior vluss offic-v1's ami tl1vi1'ria1lvs sul ul ll1l' Spmke 'lia1l1l1-'. Miliiillgj for thvir spwiul nighl lu lwgin. nn- T0llli1'l' was ll10 night for 11111115 of ll14- 5QLlHg couplvs uttellding llw Jllllifll'-5l'lIilll' PFUIII lust 51'ill', Iifxiifiillg II11- filllllil xlilI'l'Il is Presiflviil JCIT5 XH5 111111 his clzllv 'xllllil Bromi. 6'Tender Is the Night", Prom Theme Uiaplanxiim Ili- zlbilitiz-5 11:4 Xlusler 0ii4il'I'4'lI10Ilil5 ix spvzikvi' C1115 Rickcrrivk 151141 is lo ln- t'0lllIIl0IldlxCi for hi- 54-'15 finv p1'1'fu1'111zi11C1'. SNiI'iiIlg skirts. thc- lN'I'i-lllllt' of Illllllf iimwrs . . . Hucli girlz1ppe'u1's along uilh II11' otlwl' studvnts who spokv. '?'0'?" 20 lox H15 uilli 1-xcitc1111-11l, 1-uch boy hLlIldS0lIlt' in his dale-'s 1-51s. ,Q S V Nr -4fg.. 1 1 N:7.f:11sz:s - 1 rf: :-1 I . AF X + . u-not xll'IlllDI'l'S of tht- Latin llluh lalu- titnt' out front tht-ir Iivasling to Iixlvn to tlnf HIll'illU'I' at tht- latin Hamlin-t. For the- Latin Club N165-00 was a very hnsy yt-ar. Y -D Q xmu- prox ed to he 8 UTP' Succvgsful Omg Xlrs. lurlna Sattvrltt-ltl. sponsor ol tht- latin f,luh. i'llI'l'ixN a . . . IF lit ' r-I-tfttttlxlltt tllltit it. :Xtnong some ol thvn' xc-ry mlportant ilK'llXll1t'S was 'ii is mmu' U UN l H lm ul 'mlm attending thv Stall- Conx't-ntion in Bloomington, Indiana, and tht' National Convention in Bowling Croc-ii, Kentucky. Thv Latin Banquet provecl wry interesting as slaxt-s WOI1Cli'l'0fl who tht-5 would cater to that evening. Following the slam' sale, a lloman stzle show was given with the latest thing in Roman fads. For the light side of the clubs meetings, there- was a picnic sclicdulvfl Xlay I. 'l'o aclcl a Roman touch to this affair, Olympic games art- plannt-tl to be among tht- los- t1v1t19s. Latin Club Holds Banquet, Picnic Hou' 1: Mrs. liflllil Sattvrliiclcl, spol1soi'gCl1vryl fl0HVH'll.,Sllll'll'y Balt-s, ljmid Wugm-lf, Ron- 1: xlI'IlIllll'l' Hvxnolrls, ,lili'llllI' SClll'lgt'll. Sarah luliv Ratlvr. Connit' lingvlltartlt. .lot Richman. Ron lil'ilIIll"l', llaxicl Cook. Lalirval Xlaaon. Us-lmlmit' ffzunimlwll. Linfla l,lYlli'I'. lion llailz-x Bron n. Hott' 2J,If'IlI1llil'!i lilliv. Kathit' PI'CI1Cll'l'g1,'ilhl, Gaylt- l'llIllf'I'. l,auri4' lluxitl Prater. How 5: 'llrrt-sa Sitvs. Carol Brinkman, .It-an Shal l,uttr4-ll, Sarona Xlivhat-l. .ltlliv fflllfli. Harlan Xlurray. Cary Branson. Clymlnt-x Wt-st, Bt-clu llolht-rr. Rhonda Clark. Nlt-rrilwtli Dax is. ,lant- Nlilvs Stvplltfnson. Hunt 3: llvlllmiv Wilson, Linda Nvvvman, lim-ky l"ink,4lq-rry Cook, I NlcNutt, Nina Henclc-rson, Sandy Sc-hubvrt, ,lim Bonnt-t, Miko Mille-r, ' 21 Projects Bring New Band Uniforms Choir Raised Voices at Convos Hou' 1: ,lov Grim, Monty lla-v Forlm-r. H4-x Muxfield Tommy L lmvr. Carol Eclgvrlvy . Sur XIOIIIWW. limlu Logan llzlzvl Baker. Pail xlC'KibiJl'Il..l1ly Riclunun. filillllif' Sc-holei' liiu-ryl 'Xrmunlroul. Hou' 2: Toni SiiWyQ'I'. ,lm-ff Broun. Chuvk Nl0illl'l', Rex AIHIUt'l'IllllIl, Dana Browu,5undy Smith W an nclu Grim, Hvvky -Xrmunlrout. Lymlu Bovlv, IJ:-11r1y'Klor1'is Bilfililliil Couserl. Di Eugvlhurdl, Ann R uth ixidxllii, Susan Mzitclietl, Bri-:idx Lyons. Hou' .': "1 5 lilly illllllliltl I 1 . ilury Hiigz-llumll. Glorajozul Poilll W liilllil Bolumh-r. Judy Lillie, Con Barber, Carrie Rector. Sophomores David Brown and lluzel Baker seem to he intent on giving their be-st perforniunt-0 on their French Horns. L ,z X 3 F. if fi we The time all hand members were waiting for finally came, thur new uniforms urrix ed. l":X'f"I'y0IlP gillllfffd around to set' what was lfolnff OH. Ensemble Adds Variety to Music Scene 5, , W, ,V,, , V, ,, , ,,, , , M , , .. , - ww ,, M I My ,V W, ,MWmWAWW,W,W,W,, ,,.,, , ,,.,, . W, W. ,, VW V H V, ,A t H ' M ,ft Ss-niors G1-urge Hallvc-k uudCz1ry Prater gave their all in pr'0x'idingll1v lwul for Ihr Pop Cluhk "Go" yvll all our horns- lmllganws. 24 Dance Band Provides 'Icing on Cake' Sophomurv Tigvrvllv Frieda Crose prvsenlvfi the flag at om' of our horns' bZlllg2lIl1?S. ' ' i . . iff. - ' -1. Q N., E QA X Ifs Christmas. and Santa Claus shows-d up al Yorktown. "Santa ,lim N1CYil'kl'l' is accolnpauivd by hisl1elpvrs.J05:-4-ami lffivilil Crosc Tigerettes Var Presentation d 'I' Ann Schnciclvr, Sharon johnson, Uris Manu, D1-lmbiv Cox, TIGERICTTES--Rolf 1: ,loycv Crosv, ,lady Nomar , rc-na llpyes, Lana Cross, Diane Sleode. Hou' 2: Saruna Michael, Frivda Crosc. f-27o'4'ff ,, , . 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It 1' W ' N J 7 . , yr' ,g QA ,ff wg, ,, ,Ei , S , 21, .1 f 'Q " , Q - . ' 0 ' ' T ' ' .,,,, E Z J" ' ' ' " f i . ' -fvn x 1 e , , 5 fvkf , .f ,'-, L H 4 1 ,"' ' W ,f I , . LN A ' ' " ""' W""' ' "MM" ,ff ',,', ,f,- r M 0 1 w,Wm,,,, ,M ,f .V , H ,f., ,V ,f , ,, , fy " I I I ' , f, , ""' ,f',' ' ,i',4,i,fgw ,' 2' Yff' H ff"f ,,,, W ,,,, A ' Wggqgw ,,,, Mug ,',, "f',, " L, , ,,., "'f ,, ' I " H K ,, , ,,we,,:F af, ,.,, A " ,, , ,W ,L,, - H 'H 'W ' Jr. Band Gains Skill and Experience 26 lr1't'SIllllilIl Sonny Wil' liams und SOPIIUINUHN xll'l'I'if7t'lll Davis and CIllllC'Ix Mohler "sound the lI'lIlllIN'lu. Row I: Brenda Bulner, Karon Whitcomb, .lana llavden, Margie Res 1-r 1 , Sollars, Vicki Match:-tt, Cinda Mann, Donna Amick, David Walker Larry llolmes, Rodney Bell, Bruce lfortner, .lulia Prenflvrgast, Susi Lesliv Siloski, Susan Hole-, Davicl Cunningham. Petvr Months, Roger Barefoot, Sandy B onnf-tt, Graves. Row 2: Peggy Be-uoy The vu-ather was nippy, but they still march:-cl outsiclv, sending music through the air, sercnacling every classromn of slurlvnls. Cathy Pegg, Charlotte llones, Clwryl Wright, ,-Xnn larmf-r. , Toni Nlartzallt Sandra M4-tc-alf, Brcnrla Choir Enriches Junior High Course '65 Sen. Pub ln tht- spring of W05. Hrs. Ruvllvl 'Xtlll1TlS prvsvntvd to tlw student body of Yorktown 111-r x't'rsion of tht- xwll- known fairy tale-, "tlind0rvlla". Using u cast nutdt- up mainly of ht-r Svnior Publications stuff, Mrs. Admins prv- svntt-d tht- story in il much differvnl xivw point than is usually taken. This IllllSiCtll Cmnt-dy, which was nrittvn by Nlrs. Xdarns, prow-cl to be at dt-liglltful show vnjoyt-d by ull. With notice-able rf-luctancv HPl'iIll'l'u Kent Justin- nn-t-ls ' f MMM, W , Cinderellzfs two step-sisters, Nu-ter and Ambrosia, Mrs. Racht-l AdkllllS, writt-r und producer of tht- IIlllStCill-CUIH9dW, rv- Ct-'ives 11 word uf thanks and il lmouqucl of rosvs froln Luuna Burdvn it nd the rt-st of tlu- vast. Portraying an quilt- modern fllilj-g0tlIl'l0lhP1'. Luunu Burden counsn-ls "Cil1derallu" Wanda Conwrs. 19 t L 3 t 1 28 EV W 7 w,,.Mw., 66 ' 99 Presents Cinderella Cinderellafs wicked step-mother, played by Connie llayden, breaks forth in song, "Prince" Kent Justice and "Cinderella" Wanda Conyers dance just before the clock strikes midnight. Step-sisters Nectar and Ambrosia played by Janet Hammersley and Carol McCollester, complain about Cinderella to their mother. M We TI11- 0t1'r1111l lt'tllIlgll'Alhl' ri111ls cts-ciclt' 4111 il duel. 'l'l11' l'0l1I't-illlll Ill:-11 1110 Q x Ilvblmy li1'1111'1' :xml tx11tl11 f1itI'I't'tl 114-1'cl11'1l 011 tlu' Nt11g1-11fl1'1' tlIt'tt' IM'I'tlll'IIlilIli't' 111 o1'1l01' tn ge-I il good 111111 ut thu- rcs! ot II11- slum. U ' ,.,. 'Q MAH Hgur gf Pantomimea' 511511114 Kt'lNlilll 111111 Nlyrun vlvtlllltlltllh gnu' ll t1vz11't1'v111li11g p . ' . . . ,. . I In I111111111101- Ill ll11- B1'1'l111 Xkltl . po 11111 i11fa111o11s 111111. l'tt'2lf mg tm:-1-S St'Il2lI'illt'i U111'i11g the first sc-1111-stvr ull students wvrv i11x'itvcl to 1 imx tht- progrvss ol' thv spvvcll vluss. In the-ir p1'es011t11tio11 ot the sn-lmut year, ".-X11 Hour ut'l'a11to111i111v," the pill'- ticipati11g stucleuts IliSlJlilyPCl IAt'lIIilI'kilbl9lllll'lll. M1's.R11cl1vl 1X1lun1s, who is tt'ilClliIlg speech for the first time- at York- town, was -illStifiillJlf proud ot' the pPl'fOl'IllilllCE' of lwr studs-11ts. lltlflilill c11ll-11110 lust bun. 'flu' c11stof"X11 Hour of P1111t11111i111f-H gilllwl' 0111- last ti1111' for 2ll1Ut.h1"l' t'lll'UI'l'. Q .QM 5 Practice Prepares Debaters The purpose of the Yorktown Debate Club is to instruct students in practice ol' formal and in- formal debate. The club did not compete this year with other schools because it was such a small group and mostly beginning students. They felt the need to lJl'il5.'X'l'E Clltli hll'iNll'il'lliS--Rout I: tiraig Willert. Wendall Conner, Hike lflinn. and ,lim Bullock. Student Council Ga The Student Council members have proved to be a great medium between students and faculty members this year. Student Council is not a governing body, but merely a suggestive body that transfers student suggestions and ideas to the Guidance Counselors and Nlr. lleath. They put suggestion boxes in the hall so that they S'I'l'lJIiNT IIUVNCIL Nll'lhll'3lfliS--Hrztt' l: 'llerry lfauguher, Kathy Cross, ,lim Nlt-ticker, Xlerribeth Daxis. Xlrs. lfllen l'oxalac.Sponsor, ,left Brown. Hou' 2: Mrs, Marguerite llunn, Sponsor, Bob lluffman, grow in strength before actively' Competing with larger schools. If large and experienced enough, they hope to compete next year. 'llhey are members ol' the indiana lligh School Forensic ftssociation, better known as the Il lSF:X. This is a state group ol' the national organization. Hrs. Xdams, sponsor. Ron' 2: Glen Schehert, Danny Class. ' ins Importance could begin to communicate more liberally with the stu- dents. These were great help in showing the ideas and opinions of the student body. 'lihe student council set up a committee to organize the "cony'os." They were to decide what convocations should be presented before the student body, and find out what classes should attend them. :Mina liuth Barber. Daxe lironn. George llallecli. Sarona Xlichaels a nd l len ny Xlorris. ww 'V 1-':.,,: , We U ' Sl,,'NNlSll CLUB Xll'iMlil'illS--Rott l: Mark Parkinson. Dave Mas- lerson, ,ludy Lillie, flonnie Parlcloek, Terry Fuuqulier. Connie lleilinan. Mrs. llrammer. Sheryl tlanlpbell, Annu lirmyn. .lerry Alley, Phyllis Nlier. Rau' 2: ,lint lliatll. Marilyn Xliller. lfarol Walker, ,lane -lull. lxulliy Stewart. Sandy XX olmyski. Debby Sley ens. X icki Robbins. Candy ,Inrretl. ,leri Loy ett. Pal Xlier. Hou' 3: l.y nn lA'lIllllUllF. Chuck Xlohler. lfharles Daugherty. liunnzt Young. ilieilu Xleffue. Xieki Casaysay. lyatna Jasper. linda fionk. Eleanor Botloni-. .Iaekie Kirk. Debbie flux. Pennie llauglierly. Hou' I: Steyefiernmifl, ,lim lloysard. llon Spanish lub Floods llaying il lfiestu are the ineinbere ofthe Spanish fllub who seein to be enjoying ll'lFIIlSf'lX'1'5. lfanquher, llan Class, BiiI'l1ill'il tionserl, Virginia Teague. llill'llilI'2l Carpenter, Kathy Garrett, Hazel Baker. lleeky' Spaite, Suzanne Swin- dell. Rout 5: .IZIIIIPS Alley, Phil Buck, llon llurst, Seott Millsop, Stey e Halleek. Stey e Odom. Debby lieuyer. lllillll' Strode, Toni flatszmuyg Cary Banglnnan. lxristine Nlann. 'l'rt-nu Ilypes. Hou' 0: I,inrlu llay den. Bonnie Xlvurliel. Shelley Spaite. Nlelanie Hook. Sheila lolinsun. Susan Nlatehetl. Sley e Henderson. lxyle Sargent. Cheri Brown. .ludy Storie. Diana Pierce. Lana Cross. Ruiz' 7: ,lurly Smith. Nlargatrel l liner. Peggy Plunnner. School with weatshirts Films. speakers, and IHllSlCitl entertainment were only a few ol' the activities that keep the Spanish Club Xlenibers busy and happy. There were also the sweatshirt sales, yisits to the illueo House llf'Slillll'illll, El Cliristlnas party' and an animal pienic. Then at the end ofthe year there 32 was a hubbub of excitement as the new president and vice-president were elected. Over all, the Spanish Club is not only' at fun time, but also an educational experience for anyone who participates. Hey, thi, if lun!" says lyanat jasper and Steve Cerntnul as they try to pass the niurslimalloys. w 2 ' Ya XXV XX . RR .. . , X .. . Svrxiug as student liln'uriuns uw Kun SL'l1Ill'idi'I'. lhnicl Brinsun. Lindam lluffmun. ,lm-kim' Wriglll, 4 xlllff Milvllvl, ,Iolm Lilliv, Nancy Rm-cluille, Curl Xlarllvl. Nlrs. jack. sponsor. Rflllf llilifll. She-ilu Xlallm. Blllfll Cmluin. Holm Clillium. Nlilfil' Broun. Hon Ilurgcr. ffurol Clf'xvllg4'1'. Hhunflu Clark. Nlurshu NIFIJUIIIIPI. uml lI11ruly11 Klep . .ss - saws-- ,,-sfrx.. wr., .... ,..-.-r. r. . - i 3 i Q XXorkiug :rs Ss-L-rf-lu1'ia1l Xirlvs am-, sifting: Xin-ki QP 'A l.Lln'vk, lytlllllil ilrunl. .lmly livylwlds. Shvryl 5 la ' . 's..fa 5vi'-.spux1sm:Slumling:Nanry : if Xlidrllvlun. She-il.n llllilds. IJill"l'Hl' XNa1rn-. Fush- I W A i l,LlNir..IillIiI'lXi!'lxllillll.1lIlfl XI:ll'gLll'1'l5lNilll. E . 1 X . 4 .... l ' ri -wwf Li . sis: wr, .Wai VP' qi' ki 'Z X335 Q? Ns sl 'LA J Secretarial Class Joins Other Aides Helping Xlr. 'lirvlllpala collvcl ulmsn-'ucv slips ure, svrzlml: Partly Husvr, Workillg as aides for Mrs. Povuluv, Director uf-Cuidzllwx-, und Pam Keys, Curul filcvexmgvr. ki1lllyCl'USs, Paula Bookmll. Slflllllfllg. MPS. Dunn, C0unSf'lUl', UFC 5f'IliUT5 Judy RKQIIIJIKIS and Bri-ncla Jos- Nlurcum, Rick Nlohlvr. Kurs-n COSlt'I'iSOIl. XIV. Tl't'lllpil1El, Lincla Stone. Griffis. Donna Grunt, and larry Lultrell. 33 Plfli' 111111 XIICNIBERS--HU11' l: BI'0I1flil 5111111-. 1311111111 c1l'ilIIl. Kathy Cross, SlN'l'fl 111111111111-ll, vl'l'1'IIil H11111-5. 111-x 41l'L'Pll, 111111111 f,l1'ifl'is, l'1111l11 l11111k1111l. 11111111 1111111-r. H1111' 2: filllllf fXl111'1'111x. A111111 l,illi1-. Xlilff 11111-111-ll. l,i111l11 lllllil-Illilll. Cilflil V111lk1-11. ,I1-ri 1,1111-ll. fi111111i1- 111-il1111111. l'111l1 R051-1'. Xi1'gi11i11 'lil'ilg,flll'. H1111 3: P111 Xlll'I'. Phyllis Nlie-1'. 1.111111 5111111-l11111l. 11111111111 111111-13 1511111111 l'i111'11l11111s1-. Cf11r11l111 Xtkinw, llixim- X11-fiully. Xlilliilfll Nlillc-r.'l'1-1111U11-1-ly. R1111' I: l1l'l1llI'il XXils1111, Sllll'll'1 111111-es, ljilllkl l1r111s11, xlilff 5llUf'IIlllliI'I', NlklI'gllI'l'l l11'1'1111t, Sully 1511111-rs, 111111111 S0llilll'I4lllllfl. S11z11n111- 511111111-ll, ,l1111i1- 171111115 il I'i111- j11l1 lt'il1llIlLf llll' 111-11-1'l11l1 1111- l11-s1-1'x1- ilit'ilI1l 11111-1-1'l1-11111-is .11-1111if1-1' 111-11111l1ls. C111111 l11'i11k1111111, 111111 X11 I'il 'lilllliYl'l'. lxi1'kl111111. R015 5: .1111'ki1' Kirk, l,l'l'Ill'1' Kirt:-. ,11-1111 Slllll. 111111-I Fink D Xivki l11'111111, 1 1-1111i l1illIzQlIPl'ly, Nikki vlwlll'lll'f, S111-111-1 51111111-, B1-1-1115 51111111-. H1111'h:,l1151-1-111'11s1-. P11111 llilI'Ilf 1111111. lxarlu Slum-. ,lllfly S10l'll'. Ui 1 P11111 lJi1111 Xl1lXll lx1ll1 1111 ill 11111 1'l11k N111 lil xi , 11111 1 1 ' 1 1 -1 ., 1- 3111 11-1 5 H1111 7: f1ill'I'l1' R1-111111 ljillll Siloski. 11111 11- l'illlll'l'. ,11-1111111-11 Lillie. 111111111 P1'1-11111-1-1511-I. 11111111 l:llL'il. 1,111-'1'1-111 Xl2l54Jll. Li111l11 11111111-11. 111-111111 1111511-N. Hou' 8: l31-l1l1i1- fi11111pl10ll. l1111111i1- 1111111-1. .1111lx Smith, ,1111'1l111- Sl'lll'lgjl'Il. Xlill'2QilI'1'l l lIIll'l', 1x1-111111111 l'i11sI1-11. Silllilf Walls. Pep Club 311 V 1,011 Club, 1111111-1' 1111- 111-w sp1111s11rsl1ip11l'M1'5. Sally Crini, 5111111-cl Illillly 116-11 111111 1lll'l'l"l'6I'1l I1-1'l111iq111-s to 111- 1111111111-11 i11 11111-1' yl'ilI'S. T111-1 1li1l ll gn-111 -11111 01vSp6llll1g 1111- 11111111111-11l's 501111111 111 our llllllll' 111111 g111111-S, illlfl cauglil 1111 111111-kly to 1111- 111-11' Nil! 111111-lli11gll111l 1111- 1-111-1-1'l1-11111-1's 111'1111gl1t 1111014 from 1-11111p. 'Nllliougli 1111- 011111 was 11111 as big as was 1-X111-1-11-11 1111-y 1li1l il gllflfl job 111' l1111ki11g 111-111 11s p0ssil1l1-, 111111 y1-lling just 11s l0llll. Doing 1111-ir sl1111'1- 111 l1111'k 1111- lf'i1IIl is X11-kiv 'lxlIl'Ill'l' 111111 .I11111-I Fink who ilI'1' li-I1-11111 11111-1'1111l1-s. S - E -1:1111 F - - E. 1 i 1 I Karen Costerison Noni: Forint-r Clieryvl Daft:-r Sheila Malloy Conniv Yisc Smaller, but Improved Some 1-senior members the Pep Qlull try lo gc-t peoplv to stop in ut .Indio liillir, who did a grvul job in supporting the team in the D05-5 and Suds for H i Ill?" Spfwl- ll time of distress, stands lu-rv with jun Hurst. Both vars-sity ullcrnulc-s are to bv commended for thvir good 4-florl. , , Tip Off Dance Named HT1 ers A G0-Go" junior llvllvn Nlvllol plaved thi' King'Q crown on junior Sum Pif'I'L'l'.N llvud. Prillcipul Ralph Hvalll p1'n':4e'11l1-'ri Ilw 1l1lll'l'Il.S lmu- quvt of roses lu Sl'IlilH'f:0I1IliEX lsr. King und Queen pusv ws ith victory r-milvs fllI't'Xf'I'f0I1t'. 111 1 mms off ll lop' Sluws. of vnursv. WI- sun- hope e-xvrx 'lf dl ,Q Pep Club Sponsors Annual Dance LMf,,...,f X x Ek L... - G wp., Sveming to be enjoying llirniselvs-s ul the clunce arm' Larry l.ul!rell, Donna G runl, jam-l Fink and ,lorry Cook. As ilu- 6'l1CllklIIllllg eu-ning cunlc-s to un L-nd, .lam-t Fink und jerry Cook prepare lo leave. .Q :e .I " K aw HW! 'llhc-'sv Iwo couples luke time out from flilllflllg, at lilo unnuul Pep f lull dance, for a quick ganu- ofcards. 1: 14 9 ii mmf Initial Initiation Held by Honor Society Rout I: llclcm' NX nllwr. sponsor: tl:-orgv llullwlxr lAlI'I'y ,ltl4pt'I'. Gary llmlcr, lxvilh Nlillll'll't'. ,lcrry Xllvy. Xnnn lironn. lyunu .l11spvr, janit- lXlI'lillLlIll. Hour 2: lluy lJllZt'Illlt'I'gl'lk. Sharon Stmynrt. lll't'tltltl Stonv. l,0l'Ll Xlnlkt-r. llhvryll Nixon. llilxc lflinn. Carol llnllicr. llixit' Nic- lXlt'lIllJ9l'Slllp in tht- National llonor Society has hc- colnc rccognizctl Ilklllilllillly as ont- of ilu- highcst honors that can hc hcstoyycrl upon ll high school slntlcnl. No honor or responsibility confcrrctl hy' tho school cxccls that l't'pI't'5l'lllCll hy the National llonor Socivty. It rcprcsents the ftlnclznncntztl ohjccliycs for which schools 21111 institutccl and giy cs rccognition to thosc yyho hnyc illlLllllt'tl most nearly the clcsirecl entls. Othcr honors at the disposal of the school arc only' pnrlinl in tht- svnsc that they rccogriizc speciulizctl uhility, skill, or tnlcntg but this Socit-ty looks upon vrlucation 11s 11 total prorlnct xncustlrecl hy tho four Clilncnsions ol' lilb: l,t'1ltlt'l'5-lllll, Cl1Lll'ilCll't', SClltllllI'Sl'lllJ, und Scryicc. Sharon Stvysurt uncl Shvryl tiannplu-ll pr1'pa1'1' to gre-cl purvnts at tht "Book lxilll'-i. 11 hich uns sponsorcd hy tln- Honor Socicty. 8 t.11lly. bhcryl Clklllllllwll. Hon 1' Holi lin-1 A llllt rc-ll. Snnfly Nloloyyski. Kathy 1 oy iionnic llilfltltwlx. X icki llrnn Ulliiccrs of thc llonor Socicly ln ht lhtn 1 llltllldw tlLlllIl" tht lnst 1ll1 B11 no llt'l. . X 4 rg 1 Et: ,,, .... . N F' 511 ff Exploratory Teachers Train for Future l'lXlJlUI'ill0l'P lt'ilC'lllIlQl is lJllI'l ol' il t1'11i11i11g pro- g1'11111. Sl'lll0I'S xsllo 1111- llllt'l't'Sll'Il in lt'ilt'lllIlg0lJ- rw1'x1- i11 II11- Clit?-SI'UOIllS 11l'tl11' l'll'Illl'lllill'f illlfl the lligll st-lmol. 'lil11-sv stu- dents llllllllil tl111t ll'ill'lllIlg is 11s 11111 1-1151 11s it 501111-- times looks. S111111- ol' llll'l1' Illilllf 1'1-sp1111fil1ili- lies is l'l't'gI'illllIlg lnlpers. ll'ilL'lllllg,f tl11- class by ll11'111s1'lx1-s. 0liSl'I'Xlllg the t011c'l1e1's lt'i'lllllilLll:'S. 'lllie vxl1l111'11tc11'y lt'llL'l1- ers l'o11111l it very l'ilSf to discuss the cl1ilrl1'011's IJI'0l5l0IIlS-. 11111l i11xit11- tions to itll of ll11'i1' pill'- Rmt' 1: 'liena flirt-ly,. 'xl1I1ilNRUlll l'lill'lll't', Allll Cary l,I'illqQ'I'. .lilhllll C,lol'111'Il1. l,11r1'1 l.11ltr1'll. lips Cunwniirulurlx USUN, ,laiynv ll1'111s11. lx11Il1y f,.1'oss.f1111Cly llotlsuli. Hou' RICK Nl0l1l1'I'. lUIll lll'11lll, K ' 11-111' 111-111 lmy. uCampus Lifew Begun at Yorktown The- CMHIPUS Life Club, il new Club this fl'i1l', had films, slides, speakers. 111issio11111'ies, 1111cl skits to interest its lTl6lTll30I'S. Then' were also area or regio1111l I'i1llll'S to Rout I: Currie Rec-l111', ll11Z1-l llillit'l', C1'11ig Wille1't,.l1'1'i l,ox 1-lt. fIo1111i11 llC'llIl'lilIl, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. fi0lHl7S. R011 2: Bra-11rl11 Stone, Xxfilllllii, Crini. lllilllt' SlilIlll'l0Il, Allllil lllllll BilI'lll'I'., livtll 1'o1111g. SllCI'fl flllllllj- bt-ll, Nancy R1-'1l1si111', D111111 llroxsn. Hou' 3:Ni1111 llt'IlClCI'SOIl, Xlikf' 11ttv11cl, sometinles preseliting Sllfjll liillIl0llS people as X 11111111 lxzly X 1111 Dy kv. Flo l'1'ice, 111111 'llhurlou Spurs illlll the Splll'l0NNS. l'lli1111, llon Kvllmfr, L11111'i1- l.11lt1'1'll, Xivki l7r11111111. Ijixiv Xlcllully, flibllllll' l1111lfl111'k, B1-1-ky XlcN11II. ffrm' 1: Sumly SCl1lllJl'I'l, Sl1i1'l1'1 Balt-H. ,luliv llilfll'l'. Rliomlu Cllurk. l'il11i111- B1-1101. Xlenclvll lillllllff. 'XII-INIBERS OI" 'I'lIl'f CIRI5 I-ll--Hour I:J. Lillie. I'. I-'riutt. .l. John- 'ly Milhir. ly' phillips. 'lj lmwuy K. King, A. limi- Ron- 5, K. Town, sun. D. 'll4'llt1lll'. I.. Xxilllxvlt. llealllli uncl Safety I.:-atler. S. Stewart. si-nfl. IJ. Crosley. Y. Wilson. P. SIt'Plll'l1SOI'l.I..xYl1llil'I'., Il. Vtulowski. yin' pres.. ll. Xixon. lllenzx Ure:-ly. Irezi.. X. Ilrinnin. llezllth alnil ll- 'lyppflym .ll Buglu-y. X, Cnpelmiql. lj, 'I'umi-r, X, Stephenson, S, Still-ty I.eu1li'r. l.. Lnttri-ll. lrleclw-utioii Ilir.. fi. l,iltltl0l'l'x. See. Rott' 2: 5.,u1l1prl1mil, I-Imp bg 5, By ffl, B, Bruner. ,l, Ili-ony. IJ. Nlclim-, S. ll. llorgun. CQ. l"llllll'l'. .l. lluyilen. ,l. Iilillly- 5- Xllf'll1lt'l- ll- XIIPV- liorror. I.. jolmson. Ii. l"uster. I. lloslson, I..fLrmes, E. Nlvhlielizlel. 9. johnson. S. johnson. IJ. Wilson. S. Slnnlrert. X. lln'n1lerson. fl. Xl, Xlmljll. lj. Ijonmgin, Hou' jf IJ, l'o0re. ,l. Stewart. .l. lleffner. liomsell. Hou' ff: ll. Iiopeluncl. X. lfrlyyurcls. Ill, Sflllllllll. If. Paslxn. I., Shreves. Xl. Spence. ll. Butler. Ii. Ctilltyvll. ii. Oysens. Il. lxeln. X. Sclioler. Xl. lzlllmtl. Ii. lloopingurner. S. llranflun. lx. Hain. P, X101-I-mt. li, Bump,-. S, Suulyg-1-1, Hun' Eigj, Xlilg-liener, S, Staggs. IP. Xlllhltll- .l. Ilurwr. ll. Nlurtznll. Hou' I: ll. llulwr. X. Xyers. I. ll. Smith. ll. llilt. ,l. llunner. li. liruner. Il. Lilly. S. llotlson. I.. Nlorgan. Xl. Sli-plienson, ll. S0llill'S. ll. Nlonroe. ll. Broun. ll. Reetl. Xllhigk, Valuable Skills Learned in Girls 4-H Lora Wlulker uncl Sliuron Steysurt proudly rlispluy the wide ilhN01'IIIll'Ill ofribbons they is on in I-II. 40 'l'he members of Girls -li-ll have helped the community in many' ways this year. They' put trash barrels on the streets ol' Yorktown to help clean up the town. Older meinbcrs worked at the Childrens' llome with the girls there so they would have an opportunity to learn home- making skills. They have inucle articles for the home, pillows, upholstered sofas, curtains, and lwclspreafls. There was a contest, and demonstration on the art ol' public' speaking. Boys l-ll has helped the members to dexelop leadership. l-ll means the equal training of Heard. Heart, llzinds and Health to henefit the indixidtiul and his home, com- munity. and country. Xlemhers in Boys I-H learned to identify flowers. weeds, trees, wildlife. They could learn to develop photographic skills, and raise crops. .Xmong these trials they learned the art of training cows to lead and dogs to perform. These fl-H members listen intently to the speaker at one of their meet- ings. Leadership Cultivated in Boys 4-H NIEXIBICRS OF BUYS 4-H--Ron' 1: I.. Walker. llealth and Safety Leader, ll. Nixon, Songleader, L. Lillie, Recreation Leader, S. Robli llealth and Safety Leztder, R. Nlohler, Pres., R. Ward, Y. llrumm li. Sargent. Hou' 2: ll. Nixon, K. lliutt, D. Wilson, P, lfruitt, H McFarland, K. Bruner, P. Puhmier, J. Carxer, X, Henderson, S , v tilurlc. H0111 3: D, Reek, 'lf Walker. A. Baker, S. Nlilllilllixy. ll. Nixon, tl. Newniun, C. Henderson, S. Sargent, ,l. Webster. H. Schneider. Home 4: D. tlrankslum, ,I. N ester, M. Brown, N. Seholer, D. Seholer, ll. Carver. B. Goad. ll. Cash. J. Nlallen, D. Nixon, D. Crisp,J Fuller. liogvlhcrness proxvs very inlporlunl ns IIIIWI' In 0 FHA invlnhcrs lu-lp l'iU'iI other hug pop corn ul ills- B-twill lourm-5. The F.ll.fX. meinlwrs nnflvr their new sponsor, Mrs iil'fllill'fi. haul many new and Ciii-i'l'I'l'l1i activities scherluls-cl lor them this your. Jxlllllllg tin-sv activities were giving skits. caroling in Yorktown and mlvlixeriilg vookies ainrl gillgc'r'iJ1'vaul lo sliul-ins. They haul discussions on why people Cilmli and Milf il'4'Ililgt'I'5 drink. Melnlwrs worked xvrj' hard in preparation for lin' Sm-vliieurl Bull, tha- thc-me this year was "CupicIs i'iillliilSf.M in orcler Io encourage new nl4'n1lJe1'sl1ip alnml I0 ilLlYl' fun, l".Ii..eX. members organized u curry in supper. FH Headed by New Sponsor Hou' I: L. firiffis, sponsor, Xlrs. Doris lim-yliurcl, Pres.. I.. W alkvr, Hou' I: l.. SUlIliH'l'ii1llCi.,R. illin-k. C. EIlgl'iililI'lil. S. Huilis. W. Wiriglit, X . PITS- D. firallll, Pariizlln4'nian'ian, VX, Harbor, 'l'n-qi., X, B1-mul, fl. 'XI'IllLlIlU'0lll, ll. Roser, P. Miter, P. Mi1'r,B, Al"IIllllllI'lllll, S. Cook. ve., iii. Crvvly. llisloriun. 'I. iiifillllklll, llI'pol'l4'1', K.IN1um1. R6'ClAl'illi0Il RUN' 57 P- Di'l'zflH'flN M' Sh00nmk"'i- S- BOWPVSH Y' ilimllmif X' lvmivr. il. Fink. l'1'ojec'i vliaiirnlzln, J. Shui. H0114 25 S, Sig-maria fj, Hrwmn. Nl. liryunl. T. iiypvs. .i- Reynolmls. Cf. Brinknlaln. B. Young. Nixon. K. Cross. i'. Bookoul. ii. f5l'Pl'II. N. ifortner, fi. Xisv. K. Xlil- H. Iloiilerr. IJ. Broun. Hon' 0: 5. johnson. S. XiiCil4ll'i. IJ. Niclxvr le-r. ix. Epperson. 5. Duxis. ff. iioclson, S. Xlalioy, Hou' 3: Ni. iiiol- .l. Lillie, ix. iJI'l'IIfi6'I'gliSi. Cl. Fuller. S. Xiulcllc-'tt, P. iillI'IifHlOIl. B. ilX1'I. l.. Snow-lznlrl. E. iivuoy. S. Woluski, fi. Arkins, IJ. Xicfiullx, NICNUI, X. lla-nm'i'son, IJ. 5lupl0lol1,C. 5l'ilUil'I'. i. ,lusprig li. i,ilIili0L'ii, ll. Xlvlion, S. iivntlull, X. Robbins, P. ifliis. "Count Champs, 1966" 3 11" Th V 1 'f fy f A W W " rv K f'L:' f if vu ' 1 . 9 Xloncluy ultt-r. and Yorktmstll spirit uns Ftill in high lit-utr att the spwiul com 0. liililfll lhlll 'l'ltut't1l1t1rg gm 4' at short -tu-volt. S 0 This year Yorlctossn got that Tigt-r out ot tht- tank and up to tht- l"iQlfll10ttst'. 5PIll0l' liutht Hiller ,trouclly wort- our Tigvr suit. -31-1-:Q-N.-Q' - S - as . 2.7- Maki 5 .'f,.f..11f, , ::,.fg' we A sg 3 wma E Q 5 Q k'k- K K .N it El 'l'ht'ir joy just too much for wortls,flttt1t'l1 'llltornlmrg unfl Captain Stvxv flztnt atvvvpt tht- trophx with hig x ictory grim. Principal Ralph llt-nth pruutlly holds up our trophy mul :wt for ull tu wt: Cutting fltmn lhv nvt. Srtntvtlting so small but so nmbolic. ,luntor Donny Nlorris got-A up for his sliurt-. 'llht' huzzvr rttng. 'lltv gzum' was oxvr. wt' had won! lfvcryotiv hrgart hugging om' uttotltt-r, 501111-frying tvatrs ul joy. W 5 2 N K i 4' ! H 5 , W 'Y J , gl Q, x 5 ,v SSS' e A f 5 4, , qs 3 it M fi ar X2 f 1 i 5, z 3 um. get ., . is ,.., wM"N"ff"'X 5 R!! uv--Q iss K . Serving as principal of Yorktown High School for his with students, and his main concern is the welfare and well- ll1lI'll'0Illl1 year, Mr. Ralph Heath is always ready to talk being ofthe student body. Always willing to give a helping hand are Mrs. Helen Myers, As- sistant and Mrs. ,lanyce Bousman, clerk and treasurer. 46 A W' f... W, ' V , f.,.,.,. - :,'4faz'f'?s?M. Pupils' Problems Concern of As our school grows, so do our problems. What new courses will be offered? What new facilities must be added 'f How can we best use our present facilities? These are just a few of the problems that come up each year. And answers must be found to these problems. Finding these answers is left up to our competent administrators. ,KL Nlrs, NIZlI'gllT'l'llt' Dunn. Counselor. und Mrs. lillvn Povalalv. Director ul' Guicluncm-. pause in the-ir husy sclu-dull-x Mvsuys I'f'illlj to aid il sluclenl in svurcli of information, Mrs. Alma ,luck serves as librarian 'V-3-....,' of our school lihrary. Thougli usually patrolling the halls, .-Xiu-iiclanco Uflivs-r, Nlr, Kvnl Trvmpulu, pausvs ul his cle-slx lo check on-r some rvcsmiils. Our School Supa-rinlenclcnl. Mr. Lev Glonlzer, now 0cL'L1pie's his nvw oflicr just off lhv nvu Blix nicnlury wing. Recome Officials Ml'ilN"lBlQRS OF 'l'lllC SCHOOL lif,.'xRD--Slllllflillgf Norman Clurv. Don Bonus-I. Smtvrl: llurriol Simson, lm- G. Clf-ntzc-r, Eve-lin liurtoau. and lloherl Odom. Grouping by Desire - Goal of Englisl -an C"3'? IIN" 6918 Nlrs. Rachel :Xdtuns Nlr. Lanny Czirmieliuel Mrs. lX'lilI'ClZl llurtsoek Mrs. Gretchen Schneider Mrs. Hose Smith Mrs. Helene Walker Mrs. Gretchen Schneider, u grarluale of Miami University. Ohio. teaches seventh and ninth guide English. Mrs. Rose Smith, a grznluute of l Bull State, teaches eighth und ninth grade English. Mrs. Ilelene Walker, il Ball State graduate, teaches Language Arts. Sophomore English and eighth grade speech. Department Xlr. lannv Carmichael, a graduate of Ball Slate, teaches Senior ling- lish, College English, and .lunior English. t. gt Nlrs. Nlareia llarlsock. who graduated from Hall State, teaches eighth grade social studies. psy cliology.journalism. and senior publications. The purpose of the English course is to prepare the student for college and to give him a better understanding of the lanffu-we. lnstructors do this bv trvine' to cultivate 'ct 'rt . . :- intellectual curiosity, critical reading and thinking, and appreciation of good literature by the student. They feel that they have an obligation to further the understanding of the language and its significance as a symbol of status, a way of communication, a technique of persuasion and a product of the intellectual history of mankind. This year they are attempting to group the students according to their desires and not their intel- ligence, feeling students will learn more efficiently in this wav. Mrs. Rachel Adams, a graduate of Ball Slate, teaches speech and sophomore and junior lfnglish. Understanding of Others Stressed in Social .P .,., " . glifi-if Mi. Norman lltumesu was-st I K ' N' - Mrs. lllillZ21lJt'lll,l0l1I1SOIl if M r. Dan Thornburg Nr. David liptgraft Social Studies History is looking into the past to foretell the future. Although this may not always he true, we do know that history has and can To hut most of us repeat itself. some students il may seem very dull and lifeless, find it exeiting and adventurous. It tells us what is going on in the world today and what we might expect tomorrow. 'llhere are a varity of different fields such as Atnerican llislory, wlorld History and Civics, the study of our government, eaeh having its own significance and important moments that have made us what we are today. It has been said that history is heing made ex eryday. every minute. some where, some place never to be forgotten, whieh makes it a xery important course ofstudy. Xlrs. lzdna Satteriteld, u graduate of Ball Stale. teaches sen-nth gratit- lfnglish, and first and second year Latin. 1 QQ fi as Q s XX? 'Nt Fine. fair wt 'Sa . X Q - i A iw 'Q hx :Z9r.!QAi'q,'5s 50 Nlr. Dan vllhornhurg a graduate of l'urdue l uixerf-ity. leaehes Sc Studies and l'.S. History. Science, Languages Nlr. Norman Harmeyer, a graduate of Ball State, teaches World Geography, seventh grade Social studies and LYS, llistorz. Hrs. Karen lirammer, a graduate of Ball State, teaches first, second and third year Spanish along with seventh grade lfnglish. The foreign language department is divided into two different courses consisting of Spanish and Latin. It is the objectives of these courses to provide the students with the basic understanding of the language, the people, and its history. ln Spanish the students learn the basic fundamentals ofthe language and the application of these facts. They also study their customs and ways of living. The students also visited a Spanish res- taurant so they could try the type of foods. Although Latin just about follows along the same path as Spanish, it is a much older language, and studies the Roman History. lt is their objective to acquaint the student with the people and how the lan- guage is used today. Five Mythology books will he bought and kept in the department. Mr. David Llptgraft, a graduate of Hanover College, teaches civics, modern problems, and seventh grade social studies. Mrs. lflizabeth johnson, a Ball State graduate, teaches cities, econom- ics, U.S. Ilistory, and World llistory. Foreign Language Mrs. Karen Brammer Mrs. Edna Satterfield 51 Four St Nlr. Beecher Hadley, a graduate of 'Xndcrson College, teaches eighth grade math, Business math and Algebra. M rs. Betty Arnold Mr. Stewart Brown 52 rangers Join One Veteran on Nlr. Richard L. Pugsley, a graduate of Ball State, Indiana linivcrsity and Depauw lniversity, teaches seventh grade math. llc is the only math instructor not new to Yorktou n this year. In teaching mathematics for TODAY and TOMORROW, teachers in the Math Department, strive to accomplish the following goals with their students: perfect those abilities and skills which are used in the area of mathematics and other related fieldsg develop reason,judgment, neatness and accuracyg challenge and inspire to self-im- provement and self-expression. It is hoped there will be many valuable side effects from the pur- suit of these goals. Though teaching methods and techniques may change, the ultimate purpose will always be to develop a sense of values which places human welfare at the very pinnacle on our scale of values. To consider the well-being of others will insure a better world, not only for mathematicians, but for all others. Mr. Beecher Hadley Mr. Phillip Kammerer Mr. Richard Pugsley Math Staff ,J h 1... Nlrs. H1-ltx .-Xrnolfl, an gI'iidlli1l1'0f Ball Sluts-. loaclufs udvam-vd algebra. svnior mafilm, and g00lI10ll'?. Ur. Stewart Broun. il gl'iifIlli1lt'0f Ball Slulv. tvuclufs algebra. Plly9iC!w and gCI11'I'ill math. Nlr. Phillip Kurnlm-rn-r, 11 graduate of Bull Slate, tvuclws eighth grade math, gL'0llll'lI'f', and algebra. 'nv-w-mm,,w.,...,,. Business, Homemaking Skills Taught Mr. Robert l'ickcll, a graduate of Ball State, teaches Advanced Book- keeping, Bookkeeping l, General Business and 'llyping l. 'llhere are a varity of Business courses offered at Yorktown and a new course of Secretarial Aides had been added this year. ln this course the students work closely with the teachers helping them out when they don't have time to get something done. lt also provides them with adequate experience in handling responsibilities that they will need il' they go further into the field. The general business classes took on a very unusual task when the student put a value on their books to sec the increases of the loss. This was done to give the stu- dents a realistic picture of how an insurance company is run. Bookkeeping and office practice both work with the idea of teaching thi- student how an office is run and what it would be like to work in one. Business Mr. Xlelxin Conner 511 Mr. Robert Pickell Mrs. ,loan Salyers Nl rs. Doris Rcynard, a graduate of Ball State, teaches seventh, eighth tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade home economics. 53 ' ' t L, Through Practical Experience . , t... 1. ' 'f f f i t i.L'."u.I'fw.1, Mrs. .loan Saly ers. a graduate of Ball State. teaches Secretarial aides. shorthand l anrl ll. office praetiee ancl typing l. Mrs. lileanor Miller, a graduate of Ball Slate, teaches sex enth. eighth, and ninth grade hoine eeononnes. Nlrs. lfleanor Nliller 3. 'K Q. 's. lloris lley narfl Home Economics The llome l-Ieonomies department is split up so the girls haye nine weeks ol' foofl and nine of setting. llere they' get a chance to learn two yery important trarles that they might need in later years. :Xt the enfl of the year the girls got together to put on a style shots for their mothers. lt was the responsi- lmility ol' the foods department to furnish cookies ancl punch and the sewing classes proudly' clisplayfecl the gar- ments they had made. .tlnotlier responsibility ofthe foorl's clepartment was the annual clinner lor the lmus clriy ers. Mr. lllely in L. Conner, a graduate of Ball Slate, leaehes first and second year ty ping. liookkeeping one, and business law. WM. :lj gf e it N K m.L Mr. Willard D. Cheatham, a graduate of Ball State, teaches Meehan' ical drawing, technical drawing, architectural drawing and seventh and eighth grade drafting. Mrs. Nivian llanish, a Ball State graduate, teaches sexenth grade science. ' ' . ., e - -ef-. i. 1 ': ' .A -fs. ,, ' ' - .. esEi '1- Q N -es s fszf, .f - . . .. X - N -sf.f.s .sst- r . . - Jiri? Industrial Arts 56 A NMMA, . lVlr. Willard Cheatham Mr. llarold Gale Jr. Work with Varied ,...a,...ass4gm V ta is nt.. f an vt ttle f45Yf3v"f' .-l Mr. Donald Kem, a graduate of Ball State, teaches eighth grade science and earth science. Nlr. Durnard Paddock, a graduate of the lnixersity of Illinois, teaches biology and chemistry. The industrial arts department is divided into two major areas, drafting and shop. It is the objectives of these courses to provide experience with tools and machines, and to try to encourage the stu- dents to explore and test their own interest and abilities. They also encourage the appreciation for good craftmanship and design. In the area of shop there are three basic working materials, wood working, knowing tl1e skills of metals, and the understanding ofa variety of power resources. ln the field of drafting they learn arch- itectural drawing where they have designing and organization of homes, and in technical drawing they work with three dimensional and graphic arts when they experience working with many trades of printing. Vlaterials Occurs in Shop and Lab Nlr. llarold Gale. Jr.. a graduate ol' Ball State, teaches eighth. ninth, and tm-lltll grade shop. Xl: Xiyi tn lldllllsll Xlr. l.art'y lA'IlIllS ,1- 'f XII. Donald lxem Xlr. llurward Paddock Science 'X new area has been added to the Science department, called earth science. Here the students have the chance to have a geologic history of the earth as it is related to the oceans and lands. Other areas of study are biology and chemistry. A new program is being used in the course ol' study' in biology. Where there is a relationship and an inter-relationship, between bioie and ahioie environment, but it is basic- ally the study of plants and animals. ln chemistry' the students finds new and exciting answers to questions he has often wondered about, and experiments with different ideas. Mr. Larry' J. Lennis, a Ball State graduate, teaches biology. Physical, Musical and Visual Artists Mrs. Nanci Cmnhs, who gradualf-fl from Oliwl College, tt-aclit saw ruth gramlv music. junior high choir. null high st-lnml clioir. The physical film-ss IlI'0gl'J.lllI unclm' tht- lvuclvrsliip ol' Nlrs. Grim and Xlr. Tay lor prox itlt-fl the slurlmits with tht' l'llllClillH9lllLllS of ganws auicl ext'rt'is0 to ln-lp lxvflp lhv sluclc-nts in lip-top shapv. ln this course tht- slutlvnts cultivalv the uhility of work- ing logetlivr and lt-arming the truv x alue ofspo1'ls1nai1sliip. The llvallh Courst' hvlps tht- stutlvnt lvurn more about tht- hotly and mincl. Sonic' of the olhvr topics tht-5 stutlit-rl xx 1-rv medicial self lu-lp, fall out and first aicl. They also hurl colorvcl niovies which helpt-rl l.lll'll1l'I'lll1'll'lill0VN'll'Clgl'. Gym 81 Health 58 -s Mrs. Sally flrim Mr. ,lim Taylor Nlr. ,lim Taylor, who gracluutt-tl from Us-hu State, tout-In-s l'll'l'Sl1IllilIl llvzlllh. and Sl'Nl'I1lll2lHIlt'lglllll grucle'pl1ysii'ul l'Illli'illl0ll. Mr. Hivllurtl xlniit' , a U1 k 1 hi llllI'llt' ol B-all Slwlc le-'icliv-4 st-xt-ntli grmh and first and svcoml year Art, i ffm' Enjoy Full Curriculum Art 81 MUSIC Xlr. ,lack llildreth, Ll graduate of Butler University, teaches elementary, junior, and senior band along with eighth grade music. Nlr. lilCllilI'Cl 'hIIllCli Xlrs. Nanci Ciomhs to Xln. Jack lhldieth The junior lligh and High School art department under the guidance of Mr. Amick offers a variety of fine arl experiences including drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture, wood and metal construction and art appre- ciation. The purpose of art in the curriculum is to give the sludenl an opportunity to participate in creating art forms and to develop an understanding of manis need for art on both the practical and aesthetic plane. The music department kicked off a stamp driye this year to help pay for the outfitting ofthe hand and choir. It did this with the help of Marsh Food Market. The department had a very husy schedule this year with its many concerts and showings. A hig responsibility that will he on the shoulders of the whole department is the annual X ariety Show for which tentatiye plans were made in March. Mrs. Sally Grim, a graduate of Ball State, teaches sexenth, eighth, and ninth grade gym, and health. cf , n W in ' " A zglcfg: A ' ' I wav A ' E, V, , , W4 V, , iz 4 Q? v M M fwqii- ,i i, o 5 ' 5 Daily svrxing our lIll'lllS arc. frfff I0 flliflll. l7UI'lhi1 B03 142 Rvynolds. Wuniv Xizw Uzliighvrly. ,Icrry Uillum. Nicrrin-ilu i'iYQ'1yll Hensley, YlwllI'l'l'SSii Comwll. llffhlllil I'l1gslcy.JL-ssie' llrycr, Nlr. Simonson. liuiiding 5lip:-1'i11le1nli'iiI. checks thing- u l'iE'IIH'Ill2lI'y N illg. x Pr in tl 60 School Influenced by Background f.llNi0KlliiIl N111 fmmnclpzisti-1' l1ll'xl'5llIIli'UlliUiiIlSllll55 sc-livllulv lu pcm- for our phologrupiwr. ww 3 Personnel bww 9. Doing their best to keep our school in shape are janitors Curtis Bryant,and Wood- row Wallace. I School matrons Mrs. Green, Mrs. Mellott, and Mrs. Luce stop their work to pose for our photographer. Nurse Mayme Ramsey is always ready to give aid to un ailing student. 61 ,lfg 44942 ww, Q- V ww f 6 ff 4 fi! f Zyyfdxw if W Q W? X ff, 1 We stand at the end of the road. Within our grasp is the first goal that most of us set. Graduation. It has been a full year. The Senior Trip, our last prom, and Sweetheart Ball. The se- nior boys played their last basketball game, ran their last race. But our last year has passed with much more speed than the past eleven. Now our "school days" are over, and we must enter the world of adults. ,ry 1-.if 1 The Senio ' A e My .',' L :": B i N B "1",P" i Jerry Alley Ray Ditzenberger Sharon Stewart Anna Brown Brenda Stone President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Business ,Manager Philip Singer Bernhardt Teresa ,Iune Bird Stephen Fred Blair Paula Jane Bookout Richard Wayne Brandon David Brinson James Bobert Bullock James Grant Butler Sheryl Ann Campbell Michael Gene Carr Sheila Ann Childs Wayne William Clark Carol Eileen Clevenger Janie Elizabeth Cook Class of 1966 . . ,lc-rry Lynn Alley Nlarlin Craig Arrowoocl Stephen lfugene .Xul Plmilip Curtis Baldwin Anna Ruth Barber Danny Lee Beaver AW M, an 'lf FYQLC X frying to gs-t the pvopls- lo stop in and mn ure Senior supponing mem- lwrs of llll' Pop Club, lxurvn lfoslvrison, llonnif' Xisv, B4-'x' Uivvri and Linda Cl rillis. S2211 Karen Kay Coslerison Carol Nlichel Couch Kathy li. Cross Ronald Todd Durger Cheryvl Rose Durler Carolyn Sue Denis Ray li. Dilzenherger Patrick Carry Donovan ,lanics David Duughty David li. Edwards Is Determlned i 6 Stephen Eugene Enochs Kay Frances Epperson Robert Steven Hpperson Maryann Fink Nlichuel Dale Flinn Nona Cene lfortner Yvonne Linda Fxiedline Stephen Joseph Cant Charles Thonlzls Gibbs Robert Wayne Cillum Robert William Godwin jason Melvin Goforth Donna june Grant Tenn Vic-toreen Greely Beverly joan Green linda Sue Criffis ,I osepli W ayne G rim Ivan Crow ,lohn Kenton Grow George Francis Halleck Vl illiani Ernest Hammersley Nancy Agnes Hartley Daniel Clay llayden Thomas Trenton llewitl ,loyee Ann lliatl Keith William Iliatt Karen Kay llibbarel Cindy Lee llodson Yllimothy Earl llowell Robert Cordon Huffman Gloria Jean Hughes That They 'Y 'YN Have Learn-ed Verna Kay Jackson Larry Robert Jasper Darell Edward Johnson J ay C. Kellow Kerry Lee Kendall ,lane Ann Kirkham Carolyn Sue Klepher Roby Laird Duane Richard Latla John William Lillie Senior class sponsors for l965-66 are Kent Trenipalu, Melvin Conner Marguerite Dunn, and Ellen Pavulac. ggfiafgelf-i.. 'lfsszesfsrz-121 -iz Q Brmr - gfsiifff sgiegfeifsf - 25135-5f:ff.' A :ww .,.. L1 R 3 z Y-5'i?:+Q 6 ,lzunes Nolan lllalliews Keith Lamar Maurice Xlursha lillen Nlcljonnel Robert Bruce Nlcliibben Mieliael Wayne Mercer Nancy Jeanette Middleton Beverly ,lean Miller Cury Eugene Miller Kathy Lynn Miller lliek Sheryl Mohler Cary Joseph Morris Bradford Leslie Neal The Importance Q5 Meredith Loy Lloyd Danny Wayne Love ,Ianet Marlene Loveless Vicki ,lean Lueck Larry Paul Lultrell Slielia lflizabetli Malloy Joe Donald Nlarcum Curt Howard Nlarlett john Edward Mason of Their Motto Leading the C I und NI lull at the lllIll0I SQIIIOI' l rom 15 lln l resldenl of thi- Senioi ll ss 1 x lll ns die Ol 10 exfnin nnl jaynv Brown The Progress lluppy but also sad ure Senior boys Bob Cluillum, lorry Luttrell, fiury Ric-lic-ret-k, .lim Butler. and Phil Baldwin, ull members ofthe varsity Baseball Team. t 5 if iii' i I ,,,. . ' ' ,V if Y ' 9' 74- 'T , Yl.. , It , ? pfp 4 S p Q ,,1A . p 5 S ii 'HH ' I-A f 1 K K L , a 5, t e 72 Cary ,l. Skinner Margaret Ann Smith Sandra Kay Smith David Southerland Xlury Charles Spears Carol Ann Stephenson Deborah Hue Stevens Sharon Helen Stewart Brenda Gail Stone Robert Gene Stout of Tomorrow. F' 'Xlice .Xnn New Stephen llewayne Newton ,lames lloys arcl Xiccuin Clivry ll Lynn Nixon lhonias lfiigeiiv Pasko Clary Steyen Prater lloberi lie-itll Pugsley Nancy Kay lic-clwine .luclith ,-Xnn Reynolds Cary lie-on Richcreek Nlichael lyan Sanders Thomas Story Sawyer liila ,lean Shadle Sarah Catherine Shadle Phillip ,Nrthur Shoemaker William ,loe Simpson Q Is the Task of Today." Robert Talbott Myron Dale Timmons Stephen Tolliver David Harold Ulmer Connie Elaine Vise Jennifer JoAnne Wztlker Lora ,lane Walker Ralph William Ward Darlene Sne Ware Bill Eugene Wiight Ten Seniors Honored For Achievement ,lerry Alley Sheryl Campbell Ray Uitzenberger John Grow George llalleck Keith Maurice .ludy Reynolds Pictured on this page are theten seniors who have had the highest scholastic achiexement during their high school years. The order here is alphabetical and does not necessarily indicate class stand- ing. It is with great pride and admira- tion that these students are honored for their accomplishments. Sharon Stewart Brenda Stone Lora Walker Robert W. Godwin, member of the senior class, ix as killed in an automobile accident on February 5, 1966. 75 New York Set Back on Its Heels Packed und ready to board the train for Washington are Karen Coslerison, Paula Bookoul. Linda Griffis. Hex Green and Connie N ise. lfnjoying the scenery ut Nll. X ernon and slrolling clown the uicle walks was a very enjoyable past time on the trip. 6 ,L l K ft. Q 'N J, Q. Jr x ' X X S' .f A Lora Walker seems quite convinced that she is going to win that game. But look ut poor Larry Jasper, he just doesn't seein to care. 'llwo of the more tzilenlefl senior boys give us a demonstration of how they think a nomun spends her clay. 'WEZZQJ ' 7 35. MM W, W ,,,. ,MW 7 ,,ii. t n E 4 E. u get , . : M . . I , ' ' 'S iam! , f ' -, it My i W fwwip ., M if 'getffggifg ','g '- 4 by Y.H.S. Seniors September ll was the long awaited day for those seniors and sponsors taking the week long trip to Wash- ington, D.C. and New York City. They boarded the bus at the school and left at 2:00 p.n1. From there they traveled to Cincinnati where they boarded the train destined for Washington. After seeing Washington D.C., and all of the many beautiful memo- rial statues and buildings, they were off again to New York City. There they went to Radio City Music Hall, which was their first night entertainment. Most ofthe places visited were by bus, but there was also a lot of walking done during the trip. Ask any Senior! Finally the day arrived when "Farewell' was said to a wonderful time. The first night on the train to Washington seemed to be an exhausting one for these poor seniors. . K' M 5--Q ,..,, A ay le Mk: Q. They say women always look their worst the morning after. But these Seniors don't look too bad. Or do they? it i .- ., ewsssm, These six senior boys seem to be anticipating the draft, Right Boys? After a while, sight-seeing tours get awfully boring. These seniors found this out in Washington. S "Growing on the runv .... The sports pro- gram at Yorktown has always provided plenty of fast moving action. Our sports has been the "icing on the cake", our outlet for young energy and enthusiasm. Spring, 1965, students huddled in the still-snappy wind and cheered our track team on. Summer, 1865, with much warmer weather,faith- ful fans gathered to see our baseball team at work. Fall, 1965, .cross country meets after school were part of starting another new year. The winter, 1965-66, our basketball team proved themselves to be our best in years. We'll remember for a long time our joy at winning the l966 Del- aware County Tourney, at bringing home our tenth trophy. Sports was a big part of our year, a year we'll long remember. Big Coach Dan Thornburg rcflccts all the tension and turmoil, all the happint-ss and grutcfulncss on his countcnancc us he proudly cuts dow n the Tigers victory nets aflcr winiiing County Tourney. Count Tourney Scores COUNTY TOURNEY Tig:-r backcourt man Don Kcllcr. suddcnly seeing an opening, clurts towurtl thc foul linc as Str-xc Cant looks on with kc-cn Yorktown 02 00 lloycrton "5 "5 Yorktown 08 IT Caslon Yorktown 75 56 Ucsoto Yorktown 39 19 Sclmzt Y,H, , Flve Brin 5 fouls unml xou'rt- out is ons' rountllutll rulc. Imut llI'ilI'l'SlI'll'lU'Il Larry l.uttrcll still plays tht- gzunc on tht- licnch as lu' shows signs ol' tcurs aflcr fouling out. 80 Coach Dun Thornburg gathcrs the boys around at a crucial IHOIUPIII to givc enthusiasm and finul instructions during County Tourncy Action. loin Pasko holds tht- hall high zihoxv his opponvnlis Hl'ilI'i'ilil1g hands as hm- shoots om' of his deadly jump shots. f. Home Tenth Trophy Sophomore Kvnny Daugherty fllj sevms to haw' aloud on his hack aftvr bringing down anothvr rm-hound as Larry Iiuttrvll QSUJ hc-lps guard off opponents during County Tourney action. Forward Larry Lullri-ll 150i st-uns to have springs on his feel as hvjumps high into tht' air trying for a bask:-1. Thv rcfciw-v throws his hands abovv his hi-ad indicating a jump bali while Larry Lutlrvll and Tom Pasko, down on their knees, fight fever- ishly for the ball as Don Keller 1321 looks on, The ball team consisted of, rou' 1: J. Doughty. student Uptgraft, assist. eoachg E. Whitaker, K. Daugherty, L. managerg S. Gant, T. Hewitt, T. Gibbs, D. Keller. R. Me- Luttrell, T. Pasko, R. Mohler, D. Morris. Shurley. D. Love, student manager. Row 2: Mr. David Tom Pasko Tigers Enjoy Fine Season Rick Mohler Big Tom Pasko controlled the first tip of the Tigers opening game at Daleville that started the Tigers' victory ball rolling. The ball apparently had a slight backspin as the Tigers dropped three out of four games, but then a good push by YIIS spirit shot the ball forward as the Tigers picked up over a dozen straight victories and a County Tourney trophy. D on K eller Stove Cant Larry Lultrvll Tom Hz-wilt Kfflily' Dilughffly Varsity Scores Ualeville Lapel Summilville Dunkirk Burris Mt. Yernon C aston Royerton Middletown Cowan Harrison Eaton Selnia Winchester Pendleton St. 1V1ary's Frankton Nlarkl0viHe Ronnie Mcshurley 82 59 62 73 72 59 75 91 70 85 79 101 87 81 109 84 80 75 63 65 39 78 51. 73 67 62 66 65 73 73 79 89 55 66 Elvis Whitaker Donny Morris TOIU Giblw Baskelballs are usu- ally used lo play has- kr-lball but Couch Dun Thornburg, has made anolhvr use for il. 'learn me-nilwr Donny Morris is hoping thelmll bursts! Rott' 1: C03l'll David lplgraft. Stvx 0 WlCll5ll'l'. Lynn lm- Woods. und Bruct' Baldwin. Not pri-ist-nt were lhlll Class umm. Greg llvlllilge. llullus Slit-xsurrl. and Sta-vc Smith. und llut-5 Stanley. st. mgr. Roni 2: Tom Causeway, llurlztn Murray, Stru- Determination, Along with Great Skill, B0ostG l"lI't'SllIltilIl Dun flluss t2lj loops up llllilllllll' lmskvt for YIIS. Sol olnort' Greg lxvllltlgt-' QIZJ prvpurt-s to jump il tlle ball should Illlhr- its nutrk. Our group of boys on tht- svcontl tt-um for l965-06 llave Jrovecl llleinselxvs to bv lmzlll players to watch out l l . for. A mixed squad ol' fi't'sl1lnt'n and S0lJllOIhllUI'l'S, they Pl2lft'Kl to win, und win they tlitl. Tliess' boys lluve grvut potential and no expect great things of tlwm. 84 Harlan Murray tries it jump shot from the cor- ner as every une else rushes underneath the bas- ket for u possible rehounrl. B-Team to Victory Dallas Shexserd 123i und opponents match rebounding skills as Greg Wehlage strides toss urcl basket to show the proper techniq ue. Fans and teammates alike applaud loudly ut un apparent 'tiger bus- kel. Pictured here is Tiger Greg We-hluge caught in at suclden burst of enthusiasm. Danny Class is pursued persistently by the figllting Irish as Steve Webster l23j rushes over to give any needed uid. 85 Always hard working Athletic-Director, Mr. Robert Pic-kell, finds time to pose for a picture as he enters the Coaclfs Room. EICHTH GRADE TEAM--Hou' l: Tom Pendergast, Jim Kirk, Dave Laey, joe Clevenger. Hou' 2: Greg Bowman, Mitch Sunders,Rex Conyers, Ned Reynolds. Row 3: Nlike Webster, Ronny Baldwin, Duff Crisp, Eddie McNir-kle. Row 4: Rick Shikr, st. mgr., 'llvrry Spence, Mike Hildreth, Coach Taylor. 86 B-Team Scores 8-TEAM Yl IS OPP, Duleville 5 I L9 Lapel 33 16 Summitville 66 16 Dunkirk 60 32 Burris 37 .SO Nlt. N' ernon 56 ll Gaston 50 SLO Hoyerton 1-8 15 ltlicldletown l l 50 Cowan 63 21 l larrison 63 29 Eaton 36 30 Selma -149 51 Winchester 37 -15 Pendleton Sl 36 St. lVlary's 146 36 lfrankton 'tl 36 Markleville SEVENTH GRADE TEAM SCORES Yorktown 51- Cowan 38 Yorktown el-3 St. Mary 32 Yorktown 37 Franktown 26 Yorktown l 9 Pendleton 57 6 Tiger Cubs Show EIGHTH GRADE TEAM SCORES Yorktown P112 Burris 26 Yorktown 39 Royerton 62 Yorktown 37 Wilson 38 Yorktown 44 Cowan 419 Yorktown 32 Selma 28 Yorktown 37 McKinley 35 Yorktown 45 St. Maryls 36 Yorktown -'11 Dunkirk 39 Yorktown I-6 Middletown 35 Yorktown 311 Frankton ll Yorktown 63 Pendleton 39 NINTH GRADE TEAM SCORES Y-town 53 Burris l 9 Y-town 31 Royerton 36 Y-town 13 Wilson 55 Y-town 67 Cowan l8 Y-town -'10 Selma ill Y-town '17 McKinley 52 Y-town 60 Kuhner 50 Y-town 62 Dunkirk 48 Y-town 5 l- Middletown 37 Y-town 32 Frankton 28 l Y-town Storer l Y-town St. Ma1'y's FRESHMAN TEAM--Row 1: Jim Howard, Dan Class, Stew' Websler, Lynn Lemons, Steve llughvs, Coach David Uplgraft. Hou' 2: Sonny Williams, Dennis Marlin, Kim Promise of Future Greatness SEVENTII GRADE TEAM--Home I: Terry Malhews,Randy Delph, Rick Varner, Larry Chuks, Greg Branson, Terry Cox, st. mgr., Timmy Warren. Hou' 2: Steve Gasaway, Ammerman, Randy Small, Craig Willerl and Skip Smith st. mgr. John Gibbs, Dwight Brown, Phil Ilaninir-rsh-y, Nick Young Coach Taylor. NIICNIBICRS OF 'l'lllQ X .'XliSl'l'Y CROSS CIOllN'l'llY Nlr. Pit-ks-ll. J. Cook, l-1.Whituker, Nl. Plmnmer, 'l'. Gibbs, llf hxl'-I'll'0lll left Io right. Hour I: 'lf Smith. Cl. XM-lilugt-. Smith. und C. Nlorris. lx. lluuglwrty, ll. llatttglinuttl. and lj. 5lieisortl. Rott' 2. . U Out for another win is svnior 'liom Uiblw. who did at good joh in con- lot lrihuting to the ifrosh Country 'livzun thi, your. and hrought in at of blue rihhons. 88 lfor the Xztrsity Cross Country team it soeniecl that one disappointment followed another. Injuries and sickness plagued the llligers through the season. 'llhe Tigers' llllill- meet competition was four wins and nine lossesg they finished fourth in the Yorktown Invitational, third in the Delaware County meet and eighth in the Vtlllite lliver Conference. 'llhe most consistent perfornters w ere seniors Tom Clihhs and Clary Morris. 'llhe "H" team, made up olisophomores and freslunen had at season record of sexen wins and liixe losses und finislivrl second in the N orktown lnvitutionatl. Our lireshniitn team finished the season with four wins und one loss. 'llht-5 finished second in the Wilson lnxittt- tionatl and third in the White River Clonfet'eitce. l nder Nlr. l ptgruffs fine cozlching, this squad seemed to improve with ex ery meet. With this group coming hack, Yorktown can look forward to next year for a more suc- cessful season. CROSS COUNT RY VARSITY DATE SCHOOL WON LOST R -' - Sept. Nlonroc Central 2 -- Randolph Southern -- Sept. Mt. Vernon -- Royerton 2 -- Middletown l Sept. Daleville -- 1 Sept. Yorktown Invitational lth Place Sept. Summitville -- 2 Gaston Sept. Pendleton 2 Frankton Sept. Dunkirk -- l Oct. Delaware County 3rd Place Oct. Nlarkleville 2 Frankton -- Oct. White Rix er Conference Sth Place RICSERN IC 'l'lriANl Sept. Nlonroe Central 2 Randolph Southern Sept. Mt. Vernon 2 -- Royerton -- Middletown -- l Sept. Daleville -- l Sept. Yorktown Invitational 2nd Place Sept. Gaston 1 Summitville -- 1 Sept. Pendleton -- 1 Ffflflklon 1 " Cross Country can be fun as well as rewarding. Freshman Randy Oct- Fmukmn 1 " Small and Sophomore Kenny Daugherty joke and clown around while doing exercises to warm up. Q Lead Harrler Team MEMBERS UF 'l'lllC FRlCSl'llVlNN CROSS COUNTRY R. Small, S. liaugliman. Row 2: L. Lemons, S. Webster, TICAM--Front left to right, How 1: P. Buck, S. Williams, C. Willart,j. Bullock, K. Ammerman. ' ted-1.41" . 7 X t . .. .M . . W 'QQ i pp, 'gig ifliiitws . 45554. sg gal, L . kb? .t fit -' -af , . ttet i 'Q Q . gyi ig ' We--Q. 89 Catcher .lim Butler, u senior, waits patiently for a few passes during practice. Coach Thomburg keeps aclose eye on the action. Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Y o rk low n Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown Yorktown 90 BASEBALI. SC 9 5 0 0 41. 1 7 I 0 I 3 O 2 L 0 0 9 I O It ICS Lapel Middletown Nlztrkleville Frunkton Highland Pendleton Summitville St. Marys Mt. Yernon Lapel Nliddletown Murkleville Frunkton Highland Pendleton St. Marys Mt. Vernon Tiger Nine Shine MEM BICRS Ut" TH li lMSl'IBAl.I. 'I'l11ANl--Fronl left to right, lima 1: B. Baldwin, ll. Nlurruy, B. Creenwalt, NI. XIeCoy, C. Nlatht-ws. C. Rieliereek. J. Butler, B. cilllUIl1. Hou' 2: CI. Class. li. Whitaker, l.. Luttrell, P. Baldwin, B. Mt-Shurley, B. llughes, und coach Dan Thornburg. PITCIIING RECORD Won B. Cillum B B. llughes I H. Murray 0 B ,VXTTI N G AX' H IHC ISS B. Baldwin P. Baldwin ,I. Butler B. Cillum D. Class B. Creenw alt B. Hughes li. Lutlrell G. Mathews Nl. N'lcCoy B. NlcShurle-3 ll. Murray in Opening Games The 1965 Yorktown Baseball Team started their defense of the White River Conference Baseball Championship fWe were 'Oli champsj in grand fashion as they won their first three games with relative ease. This was not to be the story of the entire season, however, as the Tigers stumbled somewhat and finished in a tie for sixth place with a 9-9 record. The fine pitching of Bob Cillum Q8 wins, 6 lossesj and the outstanding hitting of Phil Baldwin 1.375 percentagej were two of the highlights ofthe season. Catcher .lim Butler and outfielder Phil Baldwin were chosen as members of the all-conference team. Graduating seniors are Phil Baldwin, .lim Butler, Bob Gillum, Larry liuttrell, and Cary Bichcreek. Lost 0 l 2 3 I I 375 232 230 .071 200 .l I8 . I25 .l 18 .IOC .22l .280 -1.4 Picking up a few pointers as Coach Thornburg hits a few balls is Bob Hughes. Mr. Thornburg enjoys playing baseball as well as coach- ing it. Taking time out for a brief refresher is Myron McCoy and llarlan Murray. Bob Hughes is too interested in the game to care about a drink. 91 Senior Mike Mercer did a great job as pole vaulter last year, we all hope he keeps up the good work next season. 'Et sas ,gr X "lf at first you don't succeed try, try again," says senior John Mason as he picks himself up for another try at the high jump. Yorktown track for 1966, when yiewed from l965 looks pretty good. Several good track men from last year are returning for what should be a better season. County half-mile champion Tom Gibbs is just one of many veterans. With the addition of several freshmen from .lim 'llaylor's excellent eighth grade team and some students new to our school, we are optimistic about another County Championship for Y.lI.S. -X successful season of dual and triangular meets is expected. Conference competition should be very strong as will be the Dalevelle Relay Returning Track Veterans MElNllll'lRS Ol" 'l'llE FRl'iSllM!XN TRACK 'l'lfAlVl-- man, W. Clark. Hou' 3: D. Newton, C. Stanley, J. Smiley, From left to right. Row 1:,l.fIuok, S, Wood, K. llaugher- R. Orman, T. Smith. G. Preater, and coach Nlr. Jim ty, U. She-ward, 'lf Castaway, M. Tomlinson. Hou' 2: G. Taylor. Wehlage, B. Baldwin, D. Nixon, M. Hitchcock, G, Baugh- 92 MEMBERS OF Tllli VARSITY TRACK TEAIVI--Fmm win, .l- COOK 5- WOOIIS, K- Uiiugheriy, D. Shvward, T- IQ-ff 50 fight, Hou: 15 T, Fgiuquher, M. Plummer, M, Casuvvay. and G. Baughman. Row 4: L. jasper. C. Dangli- .'xlTI'illllS, Nl. lflinn, R. Ditzenlwrger, D. Keller. C. llalleck, Cf!!! ll- NiX0ll, M- llil0l1C0Ck, ill- Cibllm l. Doughty, C- ami C. Murletl. Row 2: C. Wm-hlugc, ll. Graves, J. Alley, MUTITS, and D- ltvve. H. Main, R. Nlcshnrlvy, and C. Prater. R016-gf B. Bald- Brighten SC I I OOL Rusllville Gaston Portland Yorktown Selma Burris Dali-ville Frankton Future Hopes X A RSITY TH MIK SCUHE 08 3l 77 fltl 75 0 l V2 75 While River Conference 8th Place County Truck Meet fltlll Place OUR SCORE ll 29 68 25 I STVQ 15 lt Like il streak of lightning Don Keller speeds up to bring in another victory for Yorktown. 1Mm HRM fwwwaw 4i9lKv"fa4vw'VW M4 WWW Underclassmen, a word that includes a wide range of ages, a wide range of individuals. Five years, years of growing, of learning, of maturing. Five years of discovery, their first date, their first college entrance exams, their first prom, their first association with the world of adults. In these years they had to make their first tentative plans for their future. 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A . , t - . t'T'iS?W?ws 1 X -R we fi? : .- -' " SEQ me Q.-----2 td' 1 nnnn B' t. 122 First Graders Larry Baker, Randy Baker, Tammy Bartletf, Kay Beabout, Lisa Bee- man, Philip Benedict, De- bra Beouy, Ricky Berg, Al- len Berg, Allen Beymer, Gam Bird Rick Blanton, Darla Board, Lori Bicker, Pat- rice Briggs, Ellis Brown, Mike Buchaman, Cherly Bush, Phil Byrd, Patrice Briggs, Bridgete Cantrell David Carroll, Mary Beth Clark, Lind a Clevenger, Mark Clevenger, M ark Clevenger, P aul Copley, Alonzo Daugherty, Bill Doughty, Frank Donovan, Tari Dragoo Beth Earls, Cindy Ed- wards, Denise Espinosa, Lori Fahl, BickyFanci, Ar- nold Farmer, Bobbin Flick, Pamela Freeman, David Fuller, Freddia Gardner Jeffrey jarett, Pam Garrett, Robert Garrett, Shila Gar- rett, Brian Gibbs, Jeff Sil- lum, Scott Glass, Bicki Glaub, Timmy Goodpas- ter, Billy Green ,lay Green, Lori Guflin,Jim G rimes, Penny Guinn, Greg Hohn, Rebecca Hahn, Dorrie Hamm, Vicki Hannon, Kelly llart, Linda Hessler Mike Hewdsel, Charles lliatt, Steven l lighlvy, Gina Ilalmes, Nlike lloud, Christa lloover, Flint llooper, Pamela llowcll, Daniel llunt, Curtis llun- ter Paula Jarrett, ,lanice,lohn- son, Steven ,loner-t, ,lulie lleffner, Kim King, lxelly linger, Susan Laffvrty, Marlene Lancaster, 'l't-rri Lcinawt-aver, Melinda Lewis Debra Logan, Angie Nlacken, Xladill, Paint-la Mahoney, ,lcffrcy Xlanlove. Brett Mann, Shelley Nlar- tin, Kelly Master, llohert Maurice, Shane Nlaxnell Begin Long Journey Bret McCord, Tom Mc- Daniel, Tammy McDon- ald, David McGuire, Ali- cia McKenzie, Brenda Mc- Kibben, Tony McKinley, Kevin McPherson, Melodie Miller, Tracy Miller Lissa Minnick, Laura Mock, Beth Moore, Kevin Moore, Jennifer Morrow, Brenda Murray, Bradley Musick, .limmy Musick, Harold Neal, Billy Neeley Carla Neff, Steve Nelson, Yicki Oisten, Julia Oliver, Mark Orr, Deanna Osw alt, Bonnie Oxley, Denise P ach u ra, Kenneth Paris, David Parsley Nancy Porter, Jerry Proudfoot, Scott Pugsley, M ath ew Ramsey, David Rankin, C arm elita Rea- gan, Ronald Reagan, Eu- gene Reed, Jeff Reed, Beth Ann Rehme Ricky Roberts, Tom Rohn, Kent Ross, jean Ann Rud- dick, Phillip Ryan, Judie Sanders, Gean Burcham, Jeffrey Sherwood, Kim Smith, Vicky Snodgrass Kristy Springer, Randy Stiles, Rita Stottlemyer, Louis Stough, Phyllis Strong, Sherri Studebaker, Barbara Swander, John Swartz, David Thomas, Ricky Thomas Toomey Thom as, Mark Thurston, Karen Toby, Darrell Traylor, Bill Tri- lett, David Unger, Greg Van Hees, Mary Ann Yann, Patty Vester, Laura Vetar Cynthia Vice, Pam Vise, Bret Wade, Liza Walker, Shiela Walker, Tim Wal- lace, Richard Wallen, Walta Scroggins, Cheryl Ward, Tim Watkins Sherri Watson, Terry Wea- ver, Anna West, Douglas West, Herbert West,Janeari White, David Williamson, Nancy Winningham, James Witty, Rocky Zion Shelly M axwell, Rebbeqpa McColl0y , ,y,. tyri ftt, ., , , 4 . 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I f , 3a f ' ' u ' ffs, i o " A W , rt a p ,.,, ' , f in I23 Dau' llaen Hmmsnf W W XHQHQQZW ww 1 YDRKTUUI mvlyhn' 590817 'THAHP5 uf I In M ,M ,,,,,.., fu . , in ' nfl ,. ,W V. . fx I i ' I g I , V , f 1, Q . YV LL V L , , - 'fix A ..,' Ni, Rfb ? L 3 uuuulnliillll M AV' Our advertising section represents the ever- growing community in which we live. lt is not a section to he overlooked. These pages represent our supporters, those who believe in us and our school. lt is only with their help and cooperation that we are able to put out this 1966 Episode. We, on the staff, as representatives of the whole student body of Yorktown High School, wish to thank each person who has backed us by pur- chasing an advertisment in our yearbook. A Ahernathy,John 102 Ables, Debra 104 Abrams, Marc 96 Allen, Gary 104 Alley,,lerry 19,20,32,38,64,65,71 Alley,Jim 32,100 Amick, Donna 27,102 Ammerman, Kim 87,89,100 Ammerman, Rex 22,98 Applegate, Tommy 100 Armantrout, Branda 22,11-2,100 Armantrout, Cheryl 22,42,98 Armstrong, Dave 96 Armstrong, Jill 104 Armstron ,lo 102 Arrowoodg: Marlin 65 Astrop, Danny 104 Atkins, Carolyn 19,34,42,96 Aul, Edward 100 Aul, Greg 102 Index Buck, Phil 32,89,100 Bullock, Jack 89,100 Bullock, .lim 19,31,66,72 Burton, Eddie 100 Bushey,.10o Ann 40,102 Buss,Paula 104 Butler, lim 66,90 Butner, Brenda 27,104 Butner, Ric 102 Burton, Eddie 100 C Cabasier, Franklin 104 Campbell, Dehra 21,34,100 Campbell, Gary 96 Campbell,,lohn 104 Campbell, Sheryl 32,33,34,38,39,66 Carpenter, Barbara 32,98 Carpenter, Catherine 96 Carpenter, Rodney 104 Car enter, Vicki 100 Aul, Steve 65 Ault,,lane 32,96 Ault, Micky 104 Ayers,,Iay 100 Bailey, Baker, Baker, B Don 21,98 Dave 104 Hazel 22,23,32,39,98 Baker, Keith 102 Baker, Michael 104 Baldwin, Bruce 84,90,92,98 Baldwin, Phil 65,72,90 Baldwin, Bonnie 86,102 Bales, Diana 102 Bales, Shirley 21,34,39,'1-2,98 Bane, Marsha 102 Barber, Anna 22,3911-2,65 Barefoot, Susan 27,104 Barnhouse, Donna 34,96 Bamhouse, Michael 104 Barnhouse, Patty 102 Bart1ey,Cheryl 104 Baughman, Gary 32,92,98 Baughman, Sharon 100 Baughman, Stephen 89,100 Beaty,lanet 98 Beaty,1udy 102 Beaver, Danny 65 Beaver, Debra 30,32,98 Beeman, Patrick 100 Beeman, Richard 98 Beerbower,,Iohn 98 Bell, Curtis 104 Bell, Rodney 27,104 Benedict, Mary 104 Beouy, Karen 39,42,96 Beouy, Pegfgy 27,104 Bevans, Bil y 102 Bickerstaf, Marsha 102 Bird, Teresa 64 Blair, Stephen 65 Bolander, Balana 22,96 Bonnet, Jim 21,100 Bonnet, Sandra 27,102 Bookout,.lim 102 Bookout, Paula 33,34-,42,65,76 Bottoms, Eleanor 32,98 Bowers, Sally 34,42,98 Bowman, Greg 86,102 Boyle, John 22,98 Brandon, Richard 18,65 Brandon, Sandra 104 Branson, Gary 21,100 Branson, Greg 87,104 Brinkman,Carol 19,21,34,fl-2,98 Brinkman, Karen 104 Brinson, Dave 33,65 Brinson, Steve 100 Brown, Anna 20,32,38,39,42,65,71 Cargenter, Weldon 102 Carr,Joseph 100 Carr, Mike 65 Carverhlacquline 41,102 Carver, Robert 104 Cash, Russell 104 Cheek,Donald 104 Cheek, Larry 87 Childs, Sheila 33,65 Clark, Julie 21,34,40,100 Clark. Rhonda 21,33,39,42,98 Clark, Richard 104 Clark, Ronald 96 Clark, Wade 92,98 Clark, Wayne 65 Clevenger, Carol 33,65 C1evenger,.lean 102 Clevengenloe 87,102 Clevenger, Valerie 104 Cline, Donald 96 Coffman, Cathy 100 Coffman, Cindy 98 Conaster, Linda 98 Conner, Wendall 19,31,39,98 Connell Cher l 21 100 1 Y s Conwell, Connie 40,104 Conyers, Rex 86,102 Cook, Carol 104 Cook, Janie 65 Cook, Jerry 21,37,88,92,98 Cook,Johnny 96 Cook, Linda 32,98 Cook, Nancy 102 Cook, Sarah 21,42,100 Cook,Stevc 102 Copeland, Anna 40,102 Costerison, Karen 16,18,33,55,66,67,76 Costerison,,loe 102 Couch, Carol 67 Cousert, Barbara 22,32,98 Cox, Debbie 25,32,98 Cox, Terry 87,104 Crabtree, David 98 Crabtree, Mike 104 Craig, Pam 98 Crisp, Duff 86,102 Crose, Freida 25,98 Crose,.loyce 25,34-,100 Cruss,Joyce 102 Cross, Kathy 31,33,34,39,4-2,67 Cross, Lana 25,32,100 Cunningham, David 57,104- D Darger, Ronnie 33,67 Darter, Cheryel 35,67 Darter, Linda 102 Daugherty, Bobby 104- Daugherty, Carol 102 Dau berty , Charles 32,96 Davis, Linda 98 Brown, Carolyn 102 Brown, Cheri 32,100 Brown, Dana 22,34,39,98 Brown, Dave 31 Brown, David 21,23,98 Brown, Debbie 43,104 Brown, Dwight 87,104 Brown,,leff 22,100 Brown Brown , Marie 33,96 , Marlene 104 Brown, Michael 100 Brown, Vicki 34,4-2,98 Daugherty,David 102 Daugherty,Glenn 102 Daugherty, Kenny 8,81,82,88,92,98 Daugherty, Marcia 96 Daugherty, Penni 32,34,42,98 Daugherty, Scott 100 Q Davis, Carolyn 33,42,67 Davis, Denise 102 Davis, Dennis 96 Davis Garold 102 Davis..lunc 104 Brumlul, Arthur 104 Bryant, Margaret 19,34-,'1-2,98 Bryant, Shirley 102 Buck, Allen 98 Buck, Arlen 100 Buck, Arnold 102 Davis, Mark 104 Davis, Merribeth 19,21 ,26,31,98 Davis, Mike 102 Davis, Robert 104 Davis, Steven 96 Davis, Tom 102 Dearing, Charles 102 Delk, Bob 96 Delk,Connic 104 Delph, Randy 87,104 Ditzenberger, Ray 38,61,67 Donoven, Patrick 67 Doughtygjim 82 Douglas, Michael 98 Douglas,David 100 Drayer, Ginger 102 Drumm, Vic i 38,3931-0,4-1,96 Dryer, Mark 102 Dunn, Judz 98 E Edgerly,Carol 22,100 Edwards, Dave 67 Ellis, Pamela 42,96 Engelhardt, Connie 21,22,42,98 Engelhardt, Gary 22 Enochs, Gre 102 Enochs, Ste Ben 66 Epperson, Klay 42,66 Epperson, Robert 66 Evilsizer, Cheryl 102 Evilsizer, Danny 104 Evilsizer, Randy 98 F Fadely,Robin 104 Farmer, Ann 27,102 Farris, Paul 102 Fauquher,Ron 19,32,100 Fauquher, Terry 22,31,32,96 Fuston, Danny 100 Fink,Janet 21,25,34,42,98 Fink, Maryann 66 Fink, Mike 104 Flinn, Michael 18,19,31,38,39,66 Fortner, Bruce 27 Fortner, Monte 22 Fortner,Nona 16,35,42,67 Foster, Kendala 34,40,100 Foster, Kerry 104 Friedline, Robert 98 Friedline, Yvonne Fruitt, Patsy 40,41 Fuller, Gayle 19,21,34,40,42,100 Fuller, John 41,102 Fuson,,lay 104 G Gant,Jet'f 102 Gant, Ste hen 43,66,82 Garrett, lgathy 30,32,98 Garrett, Billy 104 Garrett, Linda 104 Gasaway, Bruce 104 Gasaway, Steve 87,104 Gasaway, Tom 32,84,92,98 Gasaway, Vicki 32,96 Gernand, Steve 32,100 Gibbs, ,lohn 87,104 Gibbs, Tom 66,82,88 Gillum, Bruce 96 Gillum, Rex 4,98 Gillum, Robert 33,66,72,90 Glass, Dan 19,31,32,84,85,87,100 Goad, Barbara 98 Goad, Bill 104 Godlove, Errol 104 Godwin, Robert 33,66 Goetz, Sue 102 Goforth,janice 104 Goforth,.1ason 17,19,39,66 Gofortl1,.l0hn 100 Gog ans, Robert 100 GooBwin,.lill 96 Goodwin, Polly 102 Gorton, Connie 102 Grant, Donna 16,33,34,37,42,67 Graves, Cheryl 27,102 Graves, Robert 96 Gray, Pamela 102 Greely,Tena 34,39,40,42,67 Green, Beverly 16,34,42,66,67,76 Green,Cindy 104 Greenwalt, Kenny 98 Greer..ludy 96 Greer, Ray 104 Greer, Rita 100 Griffis, Linda 33,34-,42,66,67,76 Griifith,Sharon 96 Grim, Joseph 22 Grim, Wanda 22,39,98 Grow, lvan 67 Grow,.lane 102 Grow,John 69 Guinn, Earl 96 Guinn, Jerry 100 1 H Hadely, Anita 102 Halleck, George 24,31,38,69 Halleck, Stephen 32,100 Hammersley, Bill 69 Hammersley, Phil 87,104 Hardyman, Linda 98 Hardyman, Pam 19,34-,42,100 Hart, George 100 Hart, Linda 102 Hartley, Nancy 69 Haskell, Charlotte 100 Haskell, Heannetta 96 Haskett,Janet 96 Hay, Sheryl 96 Hay,Thomas 102 Hayden, Dan 69 Hayden, Jana 27,110,102 Hayden, Linda 32,34,100 Hayden, Mike 100 Heilman, Connie 32,3fli,38,39,96 Heineman,.1ay 104 Henderson, Nina 21,39,40,41,42,l00 Henerson, Richard 104 Henderson, Steve 32,100 Hernandez, Manuel 98 Hernandez, Mayra 100 Hewitt, Kathy 34,100 Hewitt, Tom 39,67,82 Hibbard, Cheri 102 Hibbard, Karen 69 Hiatt, Alison 40,104 Hiatt, James 32,100 Hiatt, Joyce 17,67 Hiatt, Keith 41,67 Hildreth, Mike 86,102 Hitchcock, Monte 92,98 Hodson, Becky 102 Hodson, Cindy 9,39,42,69 Hodson,John 100 Hofherr, Becky 21,42,98 Ho1herr,Dave 98,104 Hole, Susan 27,103 Hollis, Jeanine 98 Hollis, Judith 96 Hollis, Kathy 100 Holmes, Larry 27,104 Hones, Charlotte 27 Hood, Steve 104 Hoopingarner,Kimla 104 llornback, Barbara 100 Houser, Robert 102 Howard,Jim 32,87,100 Howell, Tim 69 Hoyt, Cindy 103 Huffman, Bob 69 Huffman, Linda 33,34 Hughes, Denise 104 Hughes, Gloria 69 Hughes, Robert 38,90,91,96 11ughes,Rosemaries 96 Hughes, Steve 87,100 Hume, Steve 104 Hummer, Alan 104 Hummer, Beth Ann 98 Hurst, Eileen 35,96 11urst,Ron 32,100 Hypes,'1'rena 19,25,32,34,42,98 J Jacobs, John 96 Jackson, Verna 67 Jarrett, Candy 32,96 Jasper, lvana 9,32,38,42,96 Jasper, Larry 38,67,76 Jernegar, Dennis 104 Johnson, Bryon 103 Johnson, John fl-0,104 Johnson, Ridney 96 J0hnson, Sharon 25,40,98 Johnson, Sheila 32,40,42,100 Jones, Bill 100 Jones, Charlotte 103 K Keller, Don 38,39,80,81,82,96 Kellow, Denice 19,98 Kellow,'1'eresa 103 Kelly, Ronald 103 Kem, Rhonda 104 Kendall, Kerry 67 Kendall, Susan 30,fl2,96 Kennedy,Jackie 104 Kennedy, Tom 103 Keys, Pamela 33,96 Index King, Cindy 104 King, Kathy 40,101 King, Kera 103 King, Lynne 103 Kirk, Kirk, Jackie 19,32,3f1,99 James 86,103 Kirkham, Janie 33,34,38,67 Kirts,Deedee l9,34,98 Klepher, Carolyn 33,67 Knab1ock,Naney 103 Koger,Daivd 104 Koger, Jack 103 Kokena,Jay 103 Kokena, Karel 1011 L Lacy,David 87,103 Laird, Roby 7,19,33,68 Lamm, Bob 103 Lamm, Debra 104 Lansers, Sherry 104 Latta, Dwane 67 Latta,Gary 103 Lawhorne, Richard 96 Lemons, Lynn 32,84,87,89,100 Lewis, lV1cLadi 311- Libey, Bruce 96 Lillie, Lillie, Lillie, Lillie, Jennifer 21,34,101 John 33,68 Judy 22,32,34,35,4o,42 lance 441,99 Lines, Cheryl 100 Lloyd, Gareth 99 Logan, Lynda 22,99 Logan,-Margaret 99 Love, Lov e, Dan 70,82 Diana 101 Loveless, Janet 70 Lovern, Lanntte 96 Lovett, Jeri 32,38,39,96 Lovett, Terry 34,410,104 Lueck, Vicki 33,70 Luttrell, Chuck 101 Luttrell, Larry 33,37,39,70,72,80,81,82,90 Luttrell, Laurie 21,38,39,40,96 Lyons, Lynda 22,96 Lynn, Gary 103 Lynn, Ricky 103 M Macy, Pamela 104 Main, Kathy 40,104 Main, Randall 103 Main, Ronnie 96 Malloy, Dennis 104 Malloy, Sheila 33,35,fL2,70 Mann, Cinda 27,103 Mann, Kristin 19,25,32,42,99 Mansfield, Carolyn 96 Mantei, Michael 104 Marcum, Joe 33,70 Marlett, Curtis 33,70 Marlett, Danny 101 Martin, Dennis 87,101 Martin, Emily 99 Martin, Nancy 96 Martzall, Gary 104 Martzall, 'lloni 27 Marvin, Kerry 99 Mason, John 70 Mason, LaPrca1 21,34,l01 Massengale, Rosemary 104 Masterson, David 32,96 Matchett, Susan 22,3241-2,101 Matchett, Vicki 27,103 Mathew, Gary 90,96 Mathew, Jim 70 Mathew, Rick 101 lV1at11ew,Sue 103 Mathews, Terry 87,104 Martszall, Toni 103 Maurice, Keith 38,70 Maxfield, Rex 22,96 Maynard, Danny 99 Maynard, Noreen 99 McCo11ey, Chuck 101 McCord,Debbie 104 McCormick, Bruce 103 McCormick, Dan 99 McCoy, Deborah 99 McCoy, Myron 90,91,99 McCoy, Sharon 103 McCoy, Tom 104 McCue, Tcla 32,96 McCully, Dixie 3fl,38,39,1-2,96 McCul1y,Dunald 104 McDona1d, Mike 101 lVlcD0nnel, Kay 104 McDonnel, Mike 101 McDonnell, Marsha 33,70 McGui McGui re, Eugene 99 rc,'1'hurman 101 Mclntosh, Darryl 10-1- Mclver, Diana 3 11,42,10l Mclver, Loretta 104 McKee, Jama 101 McKee, Mike 96 McKibben, Bruce 71 McKibben, Patricia 22,99 McKinley, Marshall 103 Mc1,ad McLau i, Lewis 100 ghlin, Vickie 101 McNickle, Eddie 86 McNickle, Phil 99 McNutt, Rebecca 21,22,39,42,101 McShu rley, Ronnie 82,90,96 ML-Vicker, Eddie 103 McVicker,Jim 25,31,96 Mcllott, Helen 36,42,96 Menthe, Peter 27,101- Mercer, Beverly 99 Mercer, Cynthia 105 Mercer, Mike 71 Metcalf, Sandra 27,103 Michael, Robin 99 Michael,Sarona 21,25,31,40,42,101 Middleton, Nancy 33,70 Middleton, Robert 103 Mier, Patricia 32,34,-42,96 Mier, Phyllis 32,34,40,42 Miers, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Dale 101 Beverly 70 Dcwaync 103 Gary 70 Jean 105 Miller, Kathy 34,42,'13,71 Miller, Miller, Miller, Marilyn 32,34,96 Michael 21,99 Robert 101 Miller, Steve 101 Miller Terry 105 Mills, Carolyn 101 Mills, Gary 105 Millsop, Scott 32,101 Mitchell, Mary 33,34,96 Mohler, Bill 96 Mohler, Clarence 22,26,32,99 Mohler, Rick 33,39,f11,71,82 Monde, Donald 103 Monde, Melvin 105 Monde, Shirley 103 Monroe, Darlene 40,103 Monroe, Sue 22,96 Moore, David 96 Moore, Janet 103 Moore, Kathy 105 Moore, Mitcliael 105 Moore, Tom 105 Morris, Dennis 22,31,-1'3,82,96 Morris, Gary 71,88 Morris, Gila 103 Morrow, Cindy 4,34,96 Morrow, Patricia 105 Murdoc, Marcia 105 Murdoe, Maureen 99 Murray, Harlan 21,235,811-,90,91,l0l Murray, Keith 105 N Neal, Brad 71 New, Alice Hodson 72 Newm an, Linda 21,101 Newton, Donald 92,99 Newto n, Phil 105 Niccum, Jim 72 Nixon Nixon Nixon , Cheryll 19,38,41,f112,73 , Darell 40,471,103 , Dennis 41,105 Nixon, Don 4-l,92,99 Noward,Judie 25,99 O Odom, Scott 105 Odom, Steve 32,101 Orick, Eddie 103 Oswalt,Terrv 103 Owens, Carol' 105 Owens, Harry 101 Oxley, Cindy 103 P Paddock, Connie 32,38,39,f1-0,-12,96 Paddock, Durward 105 Parkinson, Mark 32,99 Parkinson, Phil 96 Parrish, David 96 Pasko, Connie 40,103 4 Pasko, Tom 10,73,81,82 Pattison,.1anet 103 Pegg, Cathy 27 Pendergast, Thomas 80,103 Penrod, Tamee 101 Peterson, Nancy 99 Phillips, Tony 105 Pierce, Diana 32,314,101 Pierce, Sam 36,96 Plummer, Michael 88 P1ummer,Peggy 32,101 Potter, Cloriajean 22,99 Potter, Linda 21,101 Prater, David 19,2 I ,99 Prater,Gary 19,38,39,73 Prater, Greg 2l,92,105 Prendergast, lulia 27 Prendergast, Kathie 21,3 le, I-2,101 Puckett, Kathy 103 Pugsley,Cnnnie 105 Pusgley, Robert 72 Paddock, Fed 103 Phillips, Denise 105 Pahmill, Pamela -ll R Rader, .lulie 21,39,99 Ramsey, David 105 Ramsey, Debra 103 Ramsey, John 101 Index Siloski, Ronnie 99 Simpson, Bill 73 Sites,Charles 97 Sites, Teresa 21,99 Sizemore, Ronnie 99 Sizemore, Sherry 103 Skinncr,15eeky 99 Townsend, Marilyn 103 Trefry, Art 97 Trefry, Timothy 103 Turner, Debroah 105 Turner, Vikki 34,4-2,99 Turpin, Brenda 101 Turpin Darrell 99 Skinner, David 103 Skinner, Gary 73 Slaglehleanine 103 Small, Randy 87,139,101 Smallwood, Kenny 97 Smart, Vickki 97 Smiley,.1ay 92,99 Smith, Bruce 103 Smith, Danny 101 Smith, Debra 105 Smith,,1ames 105 Smith,lcnnifer 103 Smith,ludy 32,3-1 Smith, Margaret l7,33,73 Smith Phil 97 Smith, Richard 97 Smith, Sandy 22,93 Smith, Skip 87,101 Smith, Steve 84,99 Smith,Terry 88,92,99 Snyder, Michael 105 Snyder, David 101 Sollar s, Brenda 40,57,103 Somers, Janie 103 Ramsey, Stephen 105 Walker, Reading, Freda 103 Reamer, Ronald 21,101 Reason,,1anet 105 Reason, larry 101 Reck, David -11,101 Reetor, Carrie 22,34,39,101 Somers, Paul 97 Sorrell, Jeffrey 105 Sorrell, Lonn 101 Southerland, David 73 Southerland, Linda 34,42,99 Southerland,Susan 105 Spaite, Becky 19,32,34,99 Tuttle, Renjamin 99 Tweedy, Paula 40,103 U Ulmer, Carol 101 Ulmer, David 74 Ulmer, Margaret 32,3-1-,101 Ulmer, Martha 34,97 Ulmer, Thomas 22,99 Updike, Timothy 103 V Varner, Rick 87,105 Vise, Carolyn 97 Vise, Connie 35,36,42,66,71,74,76 W Wages, Becky 103 Wages, Deborah 34,101 Wages, Richard 105 Wagner, Dave 101 Wa ner, Kristina 103 WaRcer, Carol 32,34,38,97 Walker, Jennifer 74 Walker, ,lim 97 Walker, Linda 103 Walker, Lora 18,19,38,4-0,4-1,42,74,76 Royal 101 Redwine, Nancy l7,33,39,73 Redvtine, Robin 99 Reed, Bruce 105 Reed, Cathy 96 Reed, Pamela 105 Recs, Riley, 105 Rees, Sam 101 Resler, Mar'orie 27,105 Reynolds, Ifruee 99 Reynolcls,Douglas 103 Reynolds, ,lennifer 19,21 ,3fl,-12,99 Reynoldsuludy 33,72 Reynolds, Ned 86 Rhea, Cindy 3-1,101 Riehereek, Gary 30,72,90 Richcreek, Ronald 105 Richman,loy 21,22,l2,99 Riley,Larry 97 Rohb,Steve 11,99 Ribbins, Vicki l7,32, 12,97 Rol1,lulie 105 Rook, Melanie 32,101 Rook, Vicki 105 Roser, Patty 1-,33,31,-12,97 Russe11,.1effery 105 S St.1ohn, Bob 99 St. John, Stcven 103 Sanders, Mike 72 Sanders, Mitch 87 Spaite,Shclley 32,3-1,101 Spears, Mary 73 Spears, Peggy 99 Spears, Tom 103 Spence, Douglas 105 Spence, Terry 103 Stafford, Elizalleth 99 Slaggs, Mike 101 Staggs, Peggie 97 Stanley,Charles 92,99 Stanle Staple y, Huey 101 lon, Diana 39,11-2,101 Stephenson, Avonne 105 Stephenson, Carol 73 Stephenson, Debby 103 Stephenson, Miles l9,21,101 Stephenson, Patti 103 Stevens, Debby 32,73 Slexens,1"rell1ly 101 Stevens, Wayne 103 Stewart, Ann 101 Stewart, Farrell 101 Stewart, Kathy 32,38,97 Stewart, Sharon 1B,19,38,40,-12,73 Stewart, Tommy 105 Stinso n Bobby 105 Stone, Brenda l6,33,34,38,39,64,73 Stone, Karla 34,101 Storie, Carl 97 Storie, Judy 32,254,101 Storie, Linda 97 Stout, Bob 73 Sargent, Kvle 32,1-1,101 Sar ent, Steve 97 Sauiert,Shirley 105 Savage, Reymond 101 Sawyer, Tom 22,72 Sayers, Christina 105 Sehetgen, Jacque 21,231,101 Sehetgennlurly 97 Sehnieder, Ann 25,33,97 Schnieder, Herbert 103 Seholer, Connie 22,l2,l01 Seholer, Douglas -11,105 Seho1er,Naney 103 Schubert, Cleen 19,31 ,97 Schubert, Sandra 2 I ,39,-1-0,101 Sewe1l,.1ohn 99 Sewell, Rick 103 Shadle, Cathy 73 Shadle, Lita 72 Shal, Jeannette 19,2155 1-,'l-2,99 Shellaliargerululia 105 Shemard, Dallas 8-l,85,88,29,99 Shipley, Geraldine 105 Shirk, Rickie 86,103 Shoemaker, Mary 19,3112 Shoemaker, Phil 16,73 Shores, Mare 105 Shroyer, Carolyn 97 Siloski, Leslie 27,103 Siloski, Pamela 3-1-,101 Stout, Dan 99 Strode, Diana 25,32,101 Strode, Kenneth 97 Strother, Mark 105 Swindell, Debbie 103 Swindell,Suzanne 19,32,3-'1-,99 Swinsick, Butch 105 Swoveland, Dennis 103 Swoveland, Lana 3fl1,42,97 T Talbott, Mary 105 Talbott, Melanie -10,103 Talbott.Robert 74 Taylor, Michael 105 Teague, Virginia 32,34,99 Thateh, Lillard 99 Thatcher, Diane 99 Tiffany, lean 103 Timmons, Ann 99 Timmons, Myron 30,71 Timmons, Patty 97 Tolliver, Keith 101 Tollix er, Myra 19,3l, 12,99 Tolliver, Stephen 71 Tomlinson, Cary 101 Tomlinson, Kathleen 105 Tomlinson, Mike 92,99 Townsend, Billy 101 Walker, Tom 41,99 Walker, Willa 99 Wa1lace,.1ames 105 Wallace, Woodrow 97 Wallen, Andrea 103 Wallen,Jimmy 105 Walls, Mike 97 Walls, Sandra 34,101 Ward, Ralph 5,4-1,74 Ware, Darlene 33,74 Ware, Eddie 105 Warlel, Bonnie 32,34-,101 Warren,Timothy 87,105 Watkins, Dallas 99 Watson,Stephanie 105 Waymire, Hal 101 Webster, .limmie 41,97 Webster, Mike 86,103 Webster, Steve 84-,87,89,101 Wehlage, Greg 4,8-1,85,88,92,99 We1sh,Sandra 99 Wesl,Cydney 21,99 Wheadon, Cindy 105 Wheadon, Robert 101 Whitaker, Barbara 105 Whitaker, Elvis 82,88,90,97 Whitcomb, Karen 21,105 White,,1ames 103 White, Lois 105 White, Yvonne 103 Willert, Craig 31,39,87,89,101 Williams,Sonny 26,87,89,101 Wi1lis,limmie 103 Wilson, Debbie 2l,34,l0,41,99 Wilson, Donna 105 Wilson, Gary 103 Wilson, Glenna 99 Wilson,.1ohn 105 Wilson, Mike 103 Wolowski, Deborah 40,103 Wolowski, Sandra 32,38,42,97 Woods, Steve 84,88,92,99 Wright, Bill 74 Wrighthlacquelene 33,97 Wright,.1cff 105 Wright, Willene 42,99 Wright, Roger 27,103 Wright, Ronnie 103 Y Yokalis, David 101 Yokatis,Gary 105 Young, Young, Beth '39,-12,99 D onn a 32,97 Young, Nicholas 87,105 Ypparila,Kenneth 105 Zornes, Z David 103 YORKTOWN DAIRY QUEEN CHARLES RADER STUDIO 1508 W. Jackson St. Across From Burkie's Drive Inn V 282-5629 Your Senior Portrait Photography Bridals, Weddings, Portraits All Types of Photography Congratulations to all Seniors OWL DRUGS prescription specialists 200 S. Mulberry St. B' 1424 S. Walnut St. 425 N. High St. Public and Industrial Building 5906 Kilgore Muncie, Indiana FRENCH CHILDS 81 SUN STEAM at DYE WORKS Hardware-Plumbing-Heating Phone: 759-7731 Yorktown, Indiana Drive-In Convenience Phone Madison 81 Main 283-5541 Muncie, Indiana Compliments ofthe YURKTOWN CHAMBER GF ALDINE'S BEAUTY SHOP "Louelier hairfor the woman who cares" Air Con ' ' ldine Johnso YORKTOWN BRANCH AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK West edge on St. Road 32 INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE Walnut at Charles Muncie, Indiana Phone: 288-8681 282-81121 Compliments of CARPENTER NIXUN GRAIN 81 FERTILIZER Funk's G Seed Corn Smith-Douglas Fertilizer Grass Seeds Anhydrous Ammonia Soil Testin 759-7753 Open 2-'li hrs 1 mile south of Yorktown on 261 S. WILHOIT- PRILLAMAN STURE Yorktown Illdifllifl Hardware-T.V. - Furniture 106 Smith St. Phone 759-7721 FULLER SINCL AIR SERVICE Phone: 759-791 1- Tires Batlelies Accessories Tune-up WheelBu1anc-ing, Road Service State Road 32 Yorktown, Indiana ROTZ WESTSIDE DRUGS 2903 W. Jackson Street uncie, M Indiana ff We have CASH AND CARRY LUMBER CO. Industrial Art Supplies D1 ll RAY L. MILLER EQUIPMENT Allis-Chalmers West Jackson Stre P k Muncie, I d' Phone: 282 9717 Y k RICH MAN FUNERAL HOME 759 5333 J' :E X 3 ACE 7 e e RALPHaS MARKET VOGUE CLEANERS, INC "Good Cleaning Since 1 928', Phone 759-7743 Phone: 288-7789 Yorktown, Indiana 1505 Sampson Ave' Muncie, Indiana STEWART'S FURNITURE "Where living is made more comfortableu Daleville 378-3131 Upholstery and Drapery Fabrics I to 50 yard rolls Monday thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. St. Road 32 E, Yorktown COUNTRY SHOPPE Yorktown, Indiana Gifts - Candies Knitting Classes HALL'S RESTAURANT 407 W. Smith Si. 759-7918 FRAZIER FOODS and MR. ONION RING 2819 S. Walnut St. MATERNITY SHOPPE funder the water towerj Open Daily 10 to 8 Wednesday 10 to 5 371810 W. Jackson Phone 284-9500 -Home Delivery Fuel- PHIL'S WHITE FLASH Gas for less Texaco 81 Havoline Oils Munciov Indiana 216 Smith St. Phone: 759-7905 Phone: 284-5106 PETIEYS GROCERY 1 Meats - Gas - Oil 759-7077 Cammack, Indiana EBRITFXS ORCHARDS Choice apples and cider One-half mile west of Yorktown on St. Road 32 - i, " ' Komol 3 8 The All-New HALF-SIZE SHUPPE funder the water lowerj 3718 W. Jackson Phone 284-9 QUALITY 1, lm l W 1612 W ' CAGE 81 TOOL C0 M PANY Tools - Gages - Jigs - Fixtures Salvage Work i Ore Muncie, Ind 5918 K lg Phone: 288-1818 208 Smith St. Yorktown, Indiana Y. . V rig PH 254 xg! WV I PAINTING - DRY WALL Q cue o. Y kt 759 5749 OBERT ESORTNER I cl AMERICAN LAUNDERERS Sz CLEANERS Phone 288-9933 2807 W. Jackson St. Muncie, Indiana PAZOLS JEWELERS Walnut at Jackson Your Jeweler Since 1920 RON'S Out of the way BARBER SHOP 2 barbers lo serve you Ron Myers Joe Munn Plenty of Free Parking U05 Broadway Yorktown ROSS' IGA The Best in Meats Yorktown Compliments of HILL BROTHERS SELF - SERVICE SHQES and CLOTHING MART "Shoes and clothing for the entire familyu TRI-CITY JOURNAL Serving the Yorktown, Daleville and Chesterfield area ar en oo s 2203 S. Madison Phone: 282-8549 Compliments of Free Estimates Pick-up 81 Delivery WALTER LUECK YORKTOWN COMMERCIAL UPHOLSTERY 759-58885 York Ave. Carl ReagEmYorktown, Indiana SEYFERT'S JOHNSON DONUT SHOP POTATO CHIPS Donuts For Special Occasions 2700 N. Broadway Muncie, Indiana 3738 W. Jackson Street Phone 284-3221 Muncie, Indiana YORKTOWN GRAIN CORPORATION Phone: 759-7732 Yorktown Compliments Of WEST SIDE 66 FASHIONETTE CHARLIE'S AND KATIE s BEAUTY SHG? RESTAURANT 103 Smith Phone: 759-7I9l "The Finest in Beauty Carei' Breakfast dN L h 3Il OOH UHC Donuts and Twisters Fresh Daily NICI-IOL'S FOOD MARKET Groceries - Meats R. R. 6 Cammack 759-5214 Clyde Edwards and t Company W J k x In I5 uf, :1lr1 ff:-ff-M 2722 est ac son Street W Munc1e,Ind1ana x 4 1 . I ' s2 tt,y"1 Amy- ' , , , :, 2 . tl i ii-Qi'W" -i . ,, W, I '-,,.g.,,i, , I . tv , I -lp. A ' C ' X 0 VILLAGE STANDARD M ww sms SPURTING sunns SERVICE E BEST WISHES MUNCIE NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION" Paul Abel Motors--Buick Dixon-Duhigg Inc,-Oldsmobile, Cadillac Dutch Hurst Motors--Fine Imported Cars Morgan Motors--Volkswagen Champlin Dodge Nottingham--Chrysler City Sales Sz Service--Pontiac Don Null Rambler Sales Bill Conner Chevrolet Cusick-Friend Ford Colonial lincoln-Mercury WIL-MAR SHO PPE See us First Smartest thing to wt ll T59-5898 Yorktown, lndiuna Industrial Trust Clmrge Sc-rvicc A-Xudrie and Edie 4 The Place to buy watches and diamonds RINKER'S JEWELRY and VARIETY 116 Smith Yorktown, Indiana Phone 759-5594 RURAL FABRIC 8z SEWING SHOP Custom Klude Drapes Dresses and Iformuls Simplicity Patterns Fabrics for all needs Stewart Rd. South of Yorktown PLANK BROS., INC. "Eastern lndianu's" "Leading Automotive 84 Furniture Store" 920 W. 8th St. Phone 288-53-146 Muncie, Indiana SWANGER PRINTING, INCORPORATED Offset 85 Letterpress Yorktown, Indiana BARKDULUS YORKTOWN T EXACO Complete line of Automotive Repair Lubrication Oil change 84 Filter Wash and Wax Tune-up Carb. Rebuilding Brake Service Located at the west end of Yorktown on St. Rd. 32 Phone 759-7907 Prop. Manx Rarkdull YORKTOWN Q. QM we X DRY CLEANERS f H A,... l I ':',.. -','2-A . I-Day-Service .- 5' .:. ,1:,f 5 :":: " "2f- I - J Y QT .-... Phone: 709-7769 fx F " iQ ",..: Yorktown, Indiana 5946? .. -. " Qc, .,.. fczg .. ,, jd" ,-. ',:,:: 3. ""AA' ' " q, 3 x, . A 1 5 Compliments gf COIFFURE STUDIO LES SMITH U Bobbi Daugherty .lo Sanders 3710 W. Jackson St. ll I8 Wheeling Ave in the ,lolmson-Clayton Building in the Abbott Buildil Phone: 289-2021 Phone: 28-ll-882-1 To Serve You Two Locations HOD'S BARBER SHUP 102 Smith St. Yorktown, Indiana Harold Chamber and Steve Emrick "Come where Quality countsn WINNIE'S SNACK BAR 1250 Kilgore Muncie Bowling Center 1 'QYOUR SCHOOL REIDS STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHEIF' 1808 University Avenue Muncie, Indiana "It has been a pleasure lo serve you. Hope to see you again soonf, As a token of our appreciation for their service and co- operation, we wish to donate this half-page of advertising to Reid's Studio. In this way, the 1966-Episode Staff says "thank youu to Reid's Studio. "We've done our growing on the run...now our world stands wider...our skies stretch higher... as we gain new dimensionsf, Words cannot ex- press the worried hours, the tiring hours, the rushed hours before each deadline. Nor can words express our pride in the finished product, the 1966 Episode. We would like to express our thanks and appre- ciation to: Our tireless staff: Karen Costerison, Nona Fort- ner, Donna Grant, and Bev Creen, for their won- derful cooperation. Reid's Studio, for their excellent service, their patience with rush orders. The' administration and the student hody, for letting us interrupt classes, their patience with us. Mr. Fred Kahler and Inter-Collegiate Press, for making our yearbook one to he proud of. And Mrs. Marcia llartsock, for her invaluable advice, her time, and her faith in us. lo Wyman 143 "E"-f'f"'5 if iff?" -' ' ef"??1z5 ,naw-ffz,:w 9.04, . L .,, . 4 Q' A f' ' M -"W ' f E-"" , "cf - -A , w:.'v1:f,.,f P, ,V , X. f-uf . - wx 2' Vi. 1 '- 4 f-V 9 -4- - , ..w f- ., .. ,. - A, V V , , M w 1 ' x M. , , M X N , f " A , V 1 -'. 1 .,,, .45 h ,x ,,J.g N - R V. K. VC, 4 , cy. . , wx .,. , 4 A X, 3 ,.. ,- 1- f f 1 55,1 , v ,mf n 1 Q- "nl - I K 1 L 1. . .emi . J I ,f , 1 V , 11g . i, X ., Q. Q 1 'L I A . 3 4 Z 1 1 Y 1 4 i 1 1 A


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