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i¥i James Thomas Gene Thompson Linda Thompson Bob Thompson Sue Thompson Linda Timbrook Carol Todd Norma Tomkinson Greg Towsley Sue Trager Doug Trovinger Russell Troyer Patricia Tunin Jacque Upole Mike Vance Sharon Vonderau Dan Votaw Dave Wade Jim Walker Mike Walker Sally Warwick Roxanna Waters Marsha Watson Diana Weeks Linda Wenger Shirley Werner Mike Wichman Dave Wilkinson Sandra Wilkinson Joe Williams Dave Wilson Eric Windmiller Dannie Witte Linda Wolf Jon Wolf 27
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mff ■ ' B B Paul Schlatter Toni Schlatterback Cheryl Schmidt Margaret Schram Karl Schroff Vicki Seidel Sally Shambaugh Roberta Sheean Angela Sherry Sheryl Shipman Tim Shopp Barb Short Kirk Shuster Randy Siemer James Sircey Ina Sivits Carol Smith Herschel Smith Mike Smith Rose Ann Smith Steve Smith Cheryl Smock Carl Stahl James Steeg James Steele David Stockert Louie Strahm Karyn Stresser Joanne Studebaker Lynn Sunday Steve Tagtmeyer James Taylor Carolee Tellefsen Norman Terry June Thalacker 26
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Greg Wood Janet Yoder Sue Young Dave Zehr Lynn Zigler Jacque Zirkle Linda Zurbrugg € Mv " ' 430 Students Surge Onward and Upward In 1959, the opening year for Northwood Junior High School, approximately 200 stu- dents were enrolled in the ninth grade. When the doors opened this year, nearly 430 boys and girls were registered for their last year of junior high education. Throughout the school year, these stu- dents were kept busy by various means. The first event was the ninth grade dance. Next came the programming for their first year of high school. And, during this time, all students were constantly aware of and striv- ing for the awards to be given at the end of the year. Each year on the last day of school, the ninth graders are the center of attraction. First comes the presentation of awards ; aca- demic achievement, attendance, outstanding citizens, and activity awards. After this program the students enjoy a luncheon and dance, so ending the junior high school days of each. Every ninth grader at Northwood is offered one study hall. This class meets daily or is alternated with another subject. 28
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