Northwood Middle School - Northwood Cardinal Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Class of 1968
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Gc 977.202 F77not 1968 M. £C12 S8 1968 NORTHWOOD CARDINAL J ? & ^ Published by The Cardinal Yearbook Staff of Northwood Junior High School at Fort Wayne, Indiana 1968 Editor, Carole Johnson Faculty Advisor, J. R. Rothhaar :f^^ 14 ' S2152 CONTENTS Staff 4 Ninth grade 10 Athletics 24 Activities 31 Underclassmen 49 Dr. E. Warde Kelly has served as principal of Northwood Junior High for nine years. Our school is very fortunate to have such a well-educated man for its princi- pal. Dr. Kelly, upon receiving his Bachelor of Science Degree, served as a teacher, a college lecturer, and has been a principal at other schools prior to his po- sition here at Northwood. ADMINISTRATION PROVIDES GUIDANCE AND LEADERSHIP June 7, 1968, marks the end of Mr. Daryl Yost ' s second year at Northwood Junior High. He has held positions at Elmhurst High School and Weiser Park Junior High before coming to North- wood. Mr. Yost oversees our cafeteria, is faculty adviser for the student counsel, and is the staff assistant. Next year Mr. Yost will leave Northwood for Ball State University, where he will work on his Doctor ' s Degree. James R. Allen Social Studies Folk Music Club John Beat Mathematics Football and boys intramurals Robert Coyle Vocal musical arts Edith A. Craw Latin & language arts Beginning typing Nelson Detwiler Ind. & home arts U.S. history Coaching V. C. Fries Social studies & language arts Boys ' intramurals Irvin M. Hart, Jr. Biology. & general science General science club Lavon Hart Science A - V Coordinator Projectionists Anne Herdrich French & Spanish Conversational French club Alice Hinlon Home ec Future homemakers of .Anienca Lorene Hodell Social studies & language arts School socials Robert Johnson Art General art club LaMar Kilmer Mathematics & phys ed Boys ' intramurals Mary C. Klinger Guidance & language arts Speech and drama Mary E. Klus Social studies & language arts Creative writing Robert Lew Mathematics Timer & scorekeeper Donald J. Livengood General science & health Electrical exp. club Gerald Massie Special education Coach Joe Miller Biology & general science Biology club & coach Myrtle Mitchell Dev. reading & language arts Adv. typing club Virginia B. Moore Guidance and home ec. Chef club Keith L. Morphew Instrumental music Special instrumental music clubs Louise Smith Mountz Librarian Librarian ' s club Barbara Moyes Language arts & developmental lang. Speech and drama Michael R. Ormiston General science & health Photography club P. E. Piepenbrink Industrial arts Industrial arts & model club Patrick Riley Social studies Basketball & golf J. R. Rolhhaar Language arts & developmental lang. Publications O. E. Schlatter Social studies & language arts Boys ' intramurals Walter N. Sevier Phys ed, drivers ed. & health Coach and boys ' intramurals Alice J. Sheak Physical ed. Girls ' intramurals Beth Shoemaker Language arts Cheerblock & cheerleaders *• L ._ William E. Slulls Algebra & malhemalics Timer & scorekeeper Reginald Welch Algebra & mathematics School patrols Edwin White Social studies & language arts Chess & checker club Geneva Bu ckmasler Teacher aide Shirley Harris Teacher aide Library clerk Ella M. Hess Secretary Ruth Kabish Secretary Pauline Walters Study hall clerk Our staff members check mailboxes each morning before going to classes. « I- ' ** jf^yl^B^^^k r At noon time the teachers lake a " break " from the teaching chores to have lunch in the lounge. Many limes after school teacher committees meet to discuss plans for school activities. Words cannot express our feeling for these people who dilligently work to prepare our meals each day. COOKS AND CUSTODIANS WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN Our custodians labor long hours to keep our school building sparkling clean. (5. rif ^ NINTH GRADE ' 71, HERE WE COME Debbie Adams Sieve Aldred Michele A llan Doug Armstrong Michael Beyhan Dave Bienz Shirley Bigger Bob Biggs Kurt Blessing Larry Bloom Barb Bobilya JeffBohde Bob Claypoot Edward Cook Garrelt Cooper Kaly Cornewell Deborah Covey Gary Cox Rebecca Craddock Robert Davis Sue Davis Betsy Dean Sieve Dennis Tony Deutsch Jim Elwood John Engstrom Annetla Farr Beth Faulkner Elaine Ferraro David Ford Lois Ford Carol Foster Frances Fowler Sandra Francies Jay Frazier Carolyn Freeman Jay Geaslen Janet Gentry Robyn Gernhardl Tarvt Gernhardt Mike Gibson Karen Gilbert Tom Green Doris Griffin Kathie Grzych Burnett Gump Aaron Guslin Pauta Hantin Marl < Hare Sharon Harmeyer Cathy Harris Bilt Harlman Cheryt Harlman A ngeta Harvey Gtenn Hazetwood Ronatd Headrick JeffHiles Sue Hixson Denise Hoffman Rebecca Hon Holly Hontz Carole Horslman Jim Horslman Janice Howard Bob Howey Alanna Hoy Sandy Huff Carlis Jacobs Teresa Klemm JeffKline Dean Knapp Ronald Koenig Kent Krisher Calvin Kueblet Robert Lahrm Claudia Larini Scon Lamm Kathy Lalz Mark Lecher Susan Lehman Carole Main Mark Malmstrom Bob McComb Jim McKay Dana Mee Pat Meehan Clora Meradith Jim Michels Dave Pull Charles Rahbill Glenn Raber Charlelle Raison Connie Ramirez Ralph Ravovskis Sieve Ray Julie Reeves Pamela Reiling Rollin Reisinger William Redmaster Don Rhineholz Bob Ryan Nancy Scheeler Cindy Scheimann Jerri Schlotterback Ellen Schram Kurl Schumm Pat Seflon Carolyn Seslar Lee Spillers Terri Spranger David Stahl Larry Slange Debbie Stearns Kerry Steele Cheryl Slemen Lauren Strot: Beverly Sweet A Iden Swenson Sue Timhrook Jerry Triptell Brenda Woods Rick Wysong Sandy Yeiser Eddie Youanovitch Janel Rice Richard Rice Dave Rish Kalhy Robinson Donna Rome) Judy Rolh Mark Shaffer Perry Shilts Terri Spranger Dehi Tipsord Debhv Waggoner Randy Wallis NINTH GRADERS study . FOOTBALL TEAM In addition to fighting against tough opponents this year, the Varsity Football Team had to fight bad weather and a rash of injuries. The team still made a commendable showing and represented the school well. The linemen are: (BACK ROW, left to right) Dennis Williamson. Sieve Dennis. Scolt Severine. Terry Gach. Trent Balliet. and Jeff Miles. In the MIDDLE ROW are: Dean Knapp. Mike Keller. Alden Swenson, John Elwood. Gary Moore, and Robert Shellon. In the FRONT ROW are: Fred Lincoln (student managerl, John Murphy. Mark Schaffer, Perry Shilts. and Bob Ryan. THRILLS FANS The backfield for the Varsity Football Team is: (BACK ROW, left to right): Mr. Kilmer (coachl. Jeff Kline. Mark Malmstrom. Don Rhinehoh. Mike Keesler. Ed Cook. Ralph Ravovskis. and Mr. Beal Icoachl. In the FRONT ROW are: Mark Lester. Greg McDonald, Rick Wysong. Jim Horstman. and David Putt. UNDERCLASSMEN GAIN FOOTBALL EXPERIENCE 1 The boys on the eighth grade football team are as follows: (1st ROW) J. O ' Brien. R. Feich- ter. L. Gaff. R. Dornbush. T. Augenbaugh. R Stoverr. S. Patton. P. Roberts, and R. Putt. (2nd ROW) Mr. Miller. S. Oliver. D. Dunten. J. Anderson. C. Bair. D. Anderson. K. Willi- ams, J. Houser. S. Brown, and D. Kershner. (3rd ROW) T. Becktell. G. Andrews. T. Ivy. A. Linkous.J. Ford. D. Kelsoe. K. Pressley. B. Wallman. and S. Williamson. The seventh graders who participated in football this year are as follows: (1st ROW) 5. Mowry. D. Klein. D. Bair, J. Mason, M. Ridgeway, T. Kline, B. Grunewald, J. Horstman. (2nd ROW) Smith. D. Ford. D. Allison. D. Wagner. G. Beer. D. Butler. B. Klein, and Mr. Schlatter. (3rd ROW) Mr. Sevier. R. Ormiston. M. Shively. T. Bastress. D. Gerber. J. Roby. S. Byer. A. Hepler. E. Lewton. 9th GRADE 8th GRADE 7th GRADE W T W T W T WEISSER 2 7 LAKESIDE 6 6 LAKESIDE 7 FRANKLIN 14 7 FRANKLIN 10 6 JEFFERSON 7 LANE 6 19 LANE 6 22 LANE 21 LAKESIDE 12 12 JEFFERSON 7 HARRISON MEMORIAL HILL 7 26 HARRISON MEMORIAL 6 7 HILL 19 26 VERSATILE VARSITY IS VICTORIOUS Ninth grade boys work hard to make the varsity team. The pictures below are of those boys who were on the team this year. Student managers. Dave Ri.sh. and Mark Lester; injured player John Schweizer; and Coach Kilmer Don Chaney. Dennis Williamson, Terry Gach. and Don Rhineholz 7th AND 8th GRADE TRAIN FOR VARSITY The following students participated in eighth grade basketball this year: (1st ROW) R. Stover. D. Anderson. S- Hatch. J. Houser, A. Linkous. G. Jackson. D. Kerschner. R. Dornbush. M. Blessing. (2nd ROW) T. Scoville, S. Williamson. M. Simonson, K. Pressley. D. Kelsoe. R. Dick. T. Becktell. J. Ford. Mr. Riley. The seventh grade basketball team consists of the following boys: (1st ROW) W. Grune- wald. J. Horstman. G. Mast. (2nd ROW) M. Shively. J. Mason. G. Drake. M. Ridge- way. D. Ford. G. Beer. D. Klein. T. Klein. D. Baxter. (3rd ROW) T Bastress. E. Lewton, J. Robv. B. Wolfe. S Bver. A. Hepler. R. Finn, T Smith. 9th Grade 8th Grade 7th Grade W T W T W T FRANKLIN 41 37 FRANKLIN 21 41 LAKESIDE 30 29 HARRISON HILL 41 44 HARRISON HILL 28 42 JEFFERSON 33 36 FAIRFIELD 35 38 FAIRFIELD 27 49 LANE 36 24 KEKIONGA 22 26 KEKIONGA 27 41 MEMORIAL 27 70 LANE 44 29 LANE 22 32 FRANKLIN 27 30 PORTAGE 45 48 PORTAGE 21 59 KEKIONGA 33 36 LAKESIDE 37 42 LAKESIDE 29 46 GEYER 46 42 GEYER 26 49 DWENGER 41 40 JEFFERSON 29 49 CONCORDIA 40 24 MEMORIAL PARK 21 56 MEMORIAL PARK 35 42 WEISER PARK 22 47 WEISER PARK 41 43 WEISER PARK 42 44 THEY ' RE OFF AND RUNNING These boys wail for the signal to start the race. Calisthenics begin each practice. Varsity track boys take time out to warm-up. Jane Nicodemus CHEERLEADERS PROMOTE Claudia Larimer CARDINAL POWER Cheryl Zirkle Hope Dailey Our cheer- leaders work hard to promote school spirit. With their zest, pep, and cheers they lead our boys to victory. This year our school was fortunate to have one of the best groups of cheerleaders Northwood has ever seen. GO! FIGHT WIN! YEARBOOK STAFF . . . The CARDINAL is our pictorial record of the year ' s activities. The staff works hard to gather all of the information about all events so the record will be complete. Shown are the editors of the yearbook work- ing on the 1967-68 Cardinal. They are (I. to r.): Christian Dykstra. Lauren Strotz, Judy Hartnup. Carole Johnson, Perry Shilts. and Kathy Sommers. . . . DOES IT AGAIN! Below are Jane Nicodemus. Kim Collinson, and Livia Berg shown working on an activities page. The rest of the yearbook staff is shown looking at the school ' s year- books. Shown in the FRONT ROW are (I. to r.l Peggv Gage. Erica Juergens. and Sandy Hon. Standing in the back are CathvSheean. Cindy Godsell. Debbie Ruich. Susan Harris, and advisor Mr. Rothhaar. NORTHWIND KEEPS Above are the editors of the Northwind. SEATED (I. to r.) are Angela Casso, assl. ed; Sandy Huff, ed.-in-chief: STANDING are special editors Claudia Larimer, Nancy Scheeler, Cheryl Zirkle. Doug Armstrong, Jeff Kline. Denise Hoffman, and Jane Nicodemus. ...US INFORMED Above is the entire staff of the Northwind which prepares your monthly newspaper. SEATED (I. to r.) are Claudia Larimer. Doug Armstrong. Angela Casso, Sandy Huff. Jeff Kline, and Cheryl Zirkle. STANDING, Lauren Strotz. Lois Paxson. Denise Hoffman, Marlene Wetzel. Perry Shilts. Terry Gach, Don Rhineholz, Barry Dennis. Nancy Scheeler. Jane Nicodemus. Rhonda Lewton. and Carole Main. Other students contributed to the paper, but they did not sign with the staff. MUSIC. . The Boys ' Ensemble consists of eighth and ninth grade boys from the Concert Choir. These boys practice during and after school for their performances at concerts and the NISBOVA contest. .** Working diligently these students in the concert orchestra prepare themselves for concerts and the NISBOVA contest. Members of the Cadet orchestra have practiced hard so that they will be able to meet the requirements of the Concert organization next year. The Concerl band under the direction of Mr. Morphew has provided music at concerts, varsity basket- ball games, and the NISBOVA contest. The Cadet band with the help of Mr. Morphew, works hard to prepare themselves for concert band next year. . . . DEPARTMENT The Girls Ensemble meets every Wednesday night to improve their singing abilities. They also went to the NISBO YA contest. . . . ENLIGHTENS US The Concert Choir under the guidance of Mr. Coyle has performed very well at several concerts during the past year. The choir consists of eighth and ninth grade students. Eighth grade students in the Glee Club are also under the direction of Mr. Coyle. These students performed well at the March PTA meeting. The seventh grade Training Choir has improved during the ' 67-68 school year. They are looking forward to joining the Glee Club and the Concert Choir next year. SELF GOVERNMENT Representatives of the student body participate in the Scho ol Council. They play an important part in the " government " of the school. The officers, who are seated around the table, are I. to r.: Dennis Williamson, treasurer; Greg Friend, vice-presi- dent: Terry Gach, president: Deb Bowlin, secretary: and Bob Biggs, sergeant-at-arms, Mr. Yost is the student adviser. SELF STUDY Some of the ninth grade students are experimenting in a trial program this year. It is called Independent Study and is set up to give students an opportunity to do additional work in the fields of their choice " . The student is responsible for working out his own study schedule and is permitted to work at his " own pace. " 37 STUDENTS LEND A HAND These Cards work in the cafeteria assisting the cooks by serving food, selling milk, and other various duties during the lunch hour. These students, under the direction of Mr. Welch, help in keeping order and giving directions before and after school The office workers help Mrs. Hess with the absence reports and other errands during their study halls. EXPERIMENTS INCREASE . . . The General Science Club and the Biology Club under the assistance of Mr. Miller and Mr. I. Hart is made up of students who want to learn more about the sciences. Thev are shown here conducting an experiment during the seventh period. . . . STUDENTS ' KNOWLEDGE Photography Club, under the direction of Mr. Ormiston, learns how to take and develop pictures properly, ,4s a special project they show films on photography for all interested persons. (I. to r.j Dave Rish. Mr. Ormiston. Randy Redmaster, and Lois Paxson. WATCH THE BIRDY! The Advanced Projectionist Club, sponsored by Mr. L. Hart, study deeper into the area of A.V. They are also capable of helping teachers run the many projectors and audio-visual equipment. Beginning Projectionist Club, sponsored by Mr. L. Hart, learns the fundamentals of running the film projectors and the other equipment in the .4. V. field. CARDS ACQUIRE NEW SKILLS Mr. White is the superviser of I he Chess Club. In this club students learn how lo play basic chess and then practice various techniques oj the game. Mr. Johnson ' s Art Club makes posters and decorations for the school, as veil as work on specialized projects for personal enrichment. CARDS DEVELOP HIDDEN TALENTS Northwood ' s F.H.A. Club is pari of a national organization and meets once a week. The main purpose of the club is that of self-improvement. Pictured with the club is faculty sponsor Mrs. Hinlon. The Chefs Club under the supervision of Mrs. Moore is composed of boys who would like to learn more about the art of cooking. Sessions are held on a weekly basis, during which the boys serve and eat the food they prepare. PLAYS AND BOOKS Every Thursday night ihe Speech and Drama Club meets to practice skits and plays planned for com- ing events of the school year. Faculty members who also take part in these activities are Miss Moyes, Mr. Fries, and Mrs. Klinger. ARE MANAGED WELL Girls in the Library Club this year have learned how to efficiently manage an organized library. Mrs. Mountz and Mrs. Harris, both librarians, instruct the girls in their activities. Boys who don ' t participate in interschool sports take part in Boys ' Intramurals. These activities include Softball . soccer, football, golf, basketball, and weight-lifting. This year many girls participate in Girls ' Intramurals. These activities include Softball, tumbling, basket- ball, volleyball, bowling, track and field and soccer. Points are kept for participation and the outcome of the game. Then the homeroom with the most points wins a trophy. STUDENTS AID GYM TEACHERS Candy Caldwell, Pam Carpenter. Debbie Stearns, Sherry Morlan, Jane Nicodemus. and Kathy Latz are the girls gym helpers. The boy ' s gvm helpers this year are as follows: (1st ROW) Rollin Reisinger. Steve Brown, Jim Horstman. Dave Putt, and Marc Leininger. (2nd ROW) Mark Lester, Mark Malslrom. Ralph Ravovskis. Dennis Williamson, and Jim Anderson. CHEER S BOOST TEAM MORALE Cheerblock consists of girls who. through their voiced enthusiasm, cheer our boys to repeated victories. The experience they gain from this activity helps many of the girls in cheerleading tryouts in the spring. Nancv Scheeler and Deb Bowlin are the captains of our cheerblock this year. They assist the cheerleaders by conducting their group during bas- ketball games. Miss Shoemaker, faculty advisor, is surrounded here by her willing serv- ants, the cheerleaders, who seem to be plotting some scheme for the next home game. CARDINALS WIDEN HORIZONS After school Miss Uerilrich leaches conversational French to interested students. They learn about the French culture, simple words, and participate in singing French songs. Miss Shoemaker ' s knowledge of the Russian lan- guage is conveyed to interested Cards through the seventh period Russian club. With her help these " comrades " learn how to understand and pro- nounce words in this difficult language. Members of the typing club, sponsored by Mrs. Craw, learn the basic fundamentals of typing. The activity which meets every Wednesday provides the opportunity for these students to learn a subject not taught in the junior high school day. CARDINALS EXCELL IN Wrestling is a new activity in which boys compete against other schools. The members are as follows: (Front) Jay Gleaslen, Burnell Gump, Jim Horstman, Marc Leininger, Wayne Pascal. Chuck Gaff, and Robin Gernhardt: (Back) Steve Dennis, Mike Keesler, Scott Severine. Dwighl Kelsoe, Ed Cook. Mark Malstrom. Richard Wolfe, and Mr. Miller. OTHER ATHLETIC SKILLS The boys who run for the Northwood cross country team are as follows: (1. to r.) Bob Biggs. Tony Deutsch. John Dillon. Jeff Potts, Kevin Klein, Larry Chisolm. Doug Wagner. Dave Ford. Tom Cooley. Ed Vance, and Chuck Gaff. Mr. Detwiler is the coach and kneeling is JeffBhode, the student manager. CLIMBING THE LADDER OF SUCCESS 1 :. ^^ : Perry Adamson Dennis Ahlersmeyer Robert Alleger Crandall Allen Karen Allen David Anderson Jim Anderson Steve A nderson Gary Andrew Pamela Arnold Karen Asche Tom Aughenbaugh Chuck Bair Tom Becktell Randy Berta Lori Bicknese Debra Bireley Marc Blessing Marilyn Bollinger Montv Brown Steve Brown Joy Brunson James Buchanan Anna Burkhart Brenda Cartwright Terry Cashdollar Angela Casso Danny Collins Kim Collinson Barb Combs Tom Cooley Kathy Cooper Sieve Crabill Don Crum Dan Dahtgren Hope Dailey Monica Daniels Barry Dennis Mary Jo Dick Randy Dick Ronald Dick Cheryl Dove Richard Dornbush Danny Dunlen Chrisliann Dykslra Marie Elena Ehinger Pam Elliott Marcia Ervin Jonathan Falk Susan Earr Cheryl Eeichter Randy Eeichter Jackie Ferguson Sue Fleming John Ford Mike Foster Rebecca Francies Carol Fritz Larry Gajf Colleen Gage Scott Gammons Steven Graham Jamie Grant Mary Greulach John Glasgow Cindy Godsell Kathleen Halter Karen Hamilton Bob Hanauer Dave Hanauer Janet Harrison Linda Harrison Judi Hartnup Sam Hatch Warren Hauser Bruce Heck Edward Heffner Dave Henning Jeanne Herr Debbie Hettinger Harold Hettinger Linda Hettinger Sandy Heyn Nadine High John Hine Patty Hines Patty Hixson Gary Hockensmith John Holl Sandra Hon Gayle Houser John Houser Joyce Houser S andy Howell Susan Howell Dawn Hunter Tim Ivy Gregg Jackson Kathy Jacobson Frank Kelley Dwight Kelso Dave Kerschner Kathy Ketteman Kalherine Key Linda Kimball Loyal Kindig Linda Kirtley Jykla Klinger Georgianna Koenig Jackie LaFever Roberta LaRowe Mike Leach Larry Lemons Rhonda Lewton Alan Linkous Cindy Linn Marcy Linn Diana Lothamer Donna Lowrey Cindy Lusk Bob MacPherson Kathy Madrid Pamela Martin Jan McBride Jay McCarty Cathleen McComb Dave McComb DeAnn McComb Debbie McClymonds Ken McKay Philip Merrit Neal Messenger ' m£\I^fL f ^ ^ ' - l.li^l^ Norma Messenger Greg Meyer Dave Miller Ruth Miller Cynthia Morgan Jaretla Mougin Molly Mudrack Judy Mulheim Dave Nebur Dick Nebur Larry Neely Mark Newell Robert Newport John O ' Brien Mike OHair Cynthia Ogg Steve Oliver Glenn Olsen Coleen Partridge Herbert Pattison Scott Patton Lois Paxson Bernie Place Debbie Prater Sarah Pressler Keith Pressley Becky Purcell Richard Putt Dellia Potter J an OS Powell Tim Rahn Sara Redmaster Bryan Reighter THE BEST IS YET TO COME!! Chrisline Acheson Mary A dams Mary A lexander Sandy Alford Charles Allison Stan A nderson Merle Ann A rduser Anita Armslead Dennis Arnold Denise Aughenbaugh Meribeth Bridges David Bair Dan Barthold Tom Bastress Doug Baxter Jim Baxter David Beatty Paul Beck Greg Beer Andy Berg Steve Beyer Lisa Bichnese Belinda Bilter Connie Blott Vicki Boley A \:jl1aJ- Rosemary Bollinger Gerald Booth John Bower Diane Bowlin Lewis Brewster Eddie Bricker Ruth Bricker Barbara Brown Christine Brown Becki Buckmaster Ken Burgener John Burne Dan Butler Mike Cartwrighl Karen Cashdollar Leane Casso Monica Ca vender Brenda Chumley Dennis Collins Renee Conner Ricky Conner Patricia Cornelius Beverly Craddock Janice Crocker Jim Crocker Steven Crow Christine Crull Carol Dahlgren Carol Danford Doug Davis Colleen Deal Connie Deeds Kathy Derrow Pamela Deutsch Mark Diktv Tim Dixon Dan Doan Pam Doan Tim Domer Gary Drake Renee Dunlap Robert Dziondziak Debbie Eachen Debora Finn Dennis Elick Jeff Ellen wood Sharon Evans Sieve Faux Rob Finn Becky Lynn Fogle Douglas Ford Joey Fortney Karla Foust Karen Gardt Stanley Gerber Angela Gernhardl Roc Giant Dixie Green Joe Griffith Rick Griffith Bill Grunewald Valerie Gunderson Nanette Hagar Jeffrey Halter Susan Harris Michael Hartman Sharon Hartman Cecil Hazelwood Cynthia Hazelwood Linda Hechl Daniel Heck Mike Heck David Heinman Jeffery Heller Melanie Hemmig Albert Hepler Pamela Hettinger Todd Holderness Janet Honlz Joe Horstman Barry Hutton Jeanne Itt Janis Jackson Tom Jennings Cheryl Jesse Darrell Johnson Delbert Johnson Jennifer Johnson Sandy Johnstonbaugh Cynthia Jones Gary Jones Pamela Keener Robert Kensill Chris Kessens Donald Klein Robert Klein Kimberly Kleopfer Tom Kline Joe Knapp Sandra Kneller Mary Ann Knight Steven Knox Debbie Kreienbrink Greg Kroemer Esther Lacy Jim Lambert Lizette Lamprechl Steven Lahmore Candy Lee Brett Leininger Ronald Lewis Teresa Logsdon Terry Logsdon Larry Macklon Debra MacPherson Deborah Mann Ronald Marks Calvin Martin Mary Martin Clark Mason John Mason Gary Mast Pamela Masters Robert McCord Kim McGahev Laura Meehan Sharon Messenger Mary Mechels Dennis Miller Frank Miller, Jr. Roland Miller Barbara Mizzell Johnny Mizzell Bebbie Montooth Gary Morgan Frances Mullins Glenn Munk Rick Murphy Tom Myers Rhonda Neher George Nicodemus Krisline Noehren Carol Norris Ricky Ormislon Darlene Palchett Robert Pauley Ann Piepenbrink William Piercy. Jr. Penny Plielt Wavne Potts Barbara Rabbitl Octavino Ramirez. Jr. Robert Ranck .Annette Remington Tina Reynolds Ro.xann Rhoades Pamela Rice Nancy Richard Teddy Richardson Mike Ridgeway Kathy Rish John Roby Keith Roller Phyllis Roller Melvin Rugg David Ritnkle Ben Schlotterback Karen Shaffer Evelyn Shannon Linda Sherwood Mark Shively Christi Siemer Janet Silver David Simmons Ron Simon Dartene Smith Greg Smith Mike Southern Pam Sparks Doug Stale}- Cynthia Steckbeck Pamela Stilwell Susan Stoops Kevin Stopher Robert Strotz Phillip Slukey Mike Tagtmeyer Donna Tanesky Kaye Taylor Sandy Taylor Terry Tester Debra Tilbury Laurie Thompson Diane Timbrook Douglas Vaughn Richard Vaughn Madeline Verhest Doug Vining Michael Waddell Dwight Wagner Michele Wagner Gary Wakeland Lyndon Wall David Warner Jane Wasson Debbie Watson Donald Weidner Billy Weiss Lee Wells Debra White Dianna Wood Shirley Wright Kathy Young Edward Zbacnik Connie Zimmerm Jim Biggs Marvin Brewer Marcia Cavinder Rodney Click ; Kent Cole Jim Connell Sally Cummings Linda Freeman Sharon Griest Ralph Headrick Ronald J usl Dan Lang Donna Leech 3969 Tom Cohrs, Phil Griffin, and Dianna Tanesky were not available for individual pictures.
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