1968 Waynesville High School Yearbook

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THE SPARTAN

1968 CO - EDITORS CHARMAINE BANAS CAROL SHARP


VOLUME ONE

FACULTY page 8

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STUDENTS page 14


ACTIVITIES page 43

ORGANIZA liONS

SPORTS page 82

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WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 3



DEDICATION

"Iron harpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of hi friend.''

Through hi sixteen years as teacher and administrator at Waynesville High chool,

Proverb 27:17

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Dorsie Benton

has epitomized the type of leader hip which is essential to a qualitative and progre ive education. Even more important than this, his life has demonstrated to us principles by which to live and inspired us with the desire to fulfill them ..... .

Though many times your work goes ecmingly unappreciated, we hope this yearbook "Will in some measure mirror our gratitude. To you, 1r. Benton, we arc proud to dedicate\ aynesville High School's fir t SPART.\

It no way do

we feel we can better express our sincere appreciation for your tireless strength and courage in working for a world of reason and understanding. Through your efforts you have directed our path so that we might plan for the future with confidence. SPARTA

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ADMIN I

BOARD OF EDUCATION DAVID D. HARTSOCK President ROBERT L. Bt R ARD VJce-Presiden t GUY BuRRO GHS Clerk, Treasurer EARL W. CO

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RICHARD W. HAZI: Kt

MR. WILLIAM MYERS SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

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ETH W. BRADLEY


RATION

MR. DORSIE BENTON HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

MR. BYRON AMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

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MIS

MRS ROB! SO

Librarian

BARTLETT Counselor

MATH and MR. GIBBS Mathematics

1R. GADD

cience


MR . POLLY Geometry

1R. CH RKO Phy. ics

SCIENCE ~1R.

MR. 0 BOR

Sc1ence

MR. CO, 'WAY Math

B TTERWORTH Chemi try

.1R. POLLY- Phy·iology


SOCIAL SCIENCE

MR. THOR

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History

MR. VA DERPOOL History

MR. FRA. CI CO Government

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FORTE 'BERRY History


MRS. HARTSOCK Latin, French

MRS. TOW SE 'D English

LANGUAGE and

MISS T CKETT- English

LITERATURE MR. BROWER English

MR. CESSNA -English

MR. TOWLE Engli h


HEALTH and PHYSICAL EDUCATION

. 1R. D I·F Phy. l·d.

tR. G. DAVIS Health

1R. R. DAVIS

1usic

MRS. PALMER- 1usic

MRS. WA1 ' 0 ,' Phy Ed.

FINE ARTS MISS FRICK- Drama. pccch


MR

KIMBALL Home Ec.

MRS. I IE. 'DRICKSO. Busines Education

1ISS ANDER 1 LE Typing, Shorthand

VOCATIONAL MR. PAl 'TER Industrial Arts

EDUCATION

MR. SKI:.A S DCT Coordinator


Ranny Belcher J 1111 Bourne Eddie Bradford Pam Bro e

Dennis Bunnell George Campbell Terry Carter Wendell Chaney

George Coffman Larry Cornett Jim Cox Brenda Dakin

Jerry Dakin Btll Davis Kenneth Davis Margarete Dtck

Dan Dunham Pamela Earnhart Gus Fricke Kenneth Garrett


SENIOR CLASS

Sitting: Dennis Bunnell, president: Tom Workman, Student Council president: Herb ollar, vice-president: Richard Lutes, assistant busines manager: Wendell Chaney, Student Council representative Standmg Steve Jones, bus mess manager: Earl Hammond, Student Council vice-president;

1ary Ann Stratton, tudent Council ecrctary: Debbie Hess, a 1stant bus nc manager: 1artha Vint, ccretary: Pam Bro e, Student Council repre entative: Kay Justice, Student Council reprc cntative.

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Douglas Gib on Deborah Goode Clyde Hale Earl Hammond

Ronald Hartman Sandra llarbock Alice Hatton Doug Hawkins

Jackie Hawkins Ellen Henderson Debra Hess Connie Honaker

Barbara Ikerd Jack Ikerd Linda John on Karen John on

Stephen Jones Kay Justice Barbara Kallage Roger Lamb



Susan Larch Bernard Linville Rlchard Lutes Sandra Massman

Evert McAfee Valeria McGraw Tom Michael Sallie Miller

Danny Morgan Sharon Nap1er Michael Powell James Praeter


James Richardson Orval Rose Sherry Satterthwaite Brenda Shepard

Lanney immons Brenda m1th Eugene Smith John Smith


Rose Synder llerbert Sollar

Wayne Taylor Martha Vint

Ellis Welch Darold Whitmer

Paul Winn Carolyn Woolridge

Tom Workman Joy Zuroweste


, Ronald teele

1ary Ann Stratton

David Strouse

Elaine Taylor

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Terry Ab hear Marsha Adkins Darryl L. Alexander Darryl W. Alexander Chris Atkin Chris Barney Royce Bartel Mtke Beatty Ricky Bogan Connie Bradley Sherry Bromagen Ellen Buckle Linda Butcher Debby Campbell Jerry Caudill Sammy Caudill Danny Coffman David Coffman

Steve Cole orma Combs Becky Conner 1ilton Cook Wally Cornett Judy Couch

Lynn Crabtree Erne t Dakin Jim Dakin Greg Davenport Bill Diamond Joy Drat

Barbara Elam Donna Elliot Eric Florence Ron Frye Ken Furnas Dtane Greene

Jerry Hammond Ellen Hart Arthur Hartman Cynthia Hartsock Raymond Hatfield Dennts Hawkins Jim Heffner Joe Heffner Christine Htsle Brenda Hobltt


Karen Hull Tom Hume Danny Isaacs Terry James Gary Johnson Jane Kennedy

Class Officers John Lamb President elson Horseman Vice-Pre ident Julle Surface Secretary Steve tewart Busmess Manager Chris Atkms Treasurer

JUNIOR CLASS Karen Kingan John Lamb Diane LeVan Brenda Lewts Kenny Linville Shelia Linville

Penni Lowery Rose Marie McComas Emma McFarland Brenda McKeever Bonnie Meador Clifton Meager Anthony Michael Susan Moran John Morgan 1argaret Morris Karen Napter Debbie Oglesby


Russell Orndorf Diane Patton Jerry Peter

Virginia Peters Patrice Powell Sandy Powell

Gary Practer Becky Prendergast Pam Rainey

Cathy Reed Lynn Reese JoAnn Rtce

Jan Ryan John Sackett Carla Sawyer

Eddte Sharp Steve Smtth Teresa Smtth

Steve Stewart Judy Sttver Julte Surface

Cindy Tharr David Tooley John Wahsum


Brenda \ atkin Sandra Williams Jo-vce Wolf Sandy Wood David Wright Pam Young

Scmor demonstrate "walking on water"- one of the many feats which enabled them to leave W.H .. with more than an attendance certificate.


1arla Adam Charles Allen Kathy Andres ChJrmaine Sana Ronnie Bargo 1arian Bauer Bonnie Beckner Junior Beegle Bruce Bogg Debbie Bollheimer Gary Brown Teresa Chaney

Cathy Coffman Pam Cook Alan Corby 1ike Cornett Judy Covey Sherry Cox

Ronnie Crockett Liz Crutchfield Dennis Dunaway Jill Ecker Tammy Edwards Cathy Ellis

Mike Foley Chuck Foster Lorna Fox Glenda Garrett Tom Gibbons Debbie G1bson

Sherlan Gooch David Goode Barney Graham Pat Gre1shop Joe Hagemyer Ted Hammond

Susie Hartsock Jeff Hoak Sue Hollandsworth Ricky Ho kins ~1ack Howard Jim Ikerd Sherry Isaac Tom Jame France Jones Don Kuebler Dana Kingan Monroe Kirby


Gary Knedler Dan Koch Dennis Lamb Everett Lamb Keith Lamb Ramona Lamb

Class Officers Krt ti Madison Secretary Tom Gibbons Vice-President Jef Hoak President Marla Adams Treasurer

SOPHOMORE CLASS Roger Lamb Jim Lewis Kathy Lewis Kristi Madison Jewell Malicote Sharon Maloney

Jessie Maynard Kenney McCloud Mike Mehaffte Susan Melton Stanley Michael Glenda Miller Kenny Mills Colleen Morgan Donna Morgan Kenneth Orndorf Lilly Ann 0 borne Ronnie Pennington


Jack Penrod Dan Prewitt Sherri Price

Jan my Prickett 1arvin Pummil Wayne Ridmgcr

Gina Robin. on Teresa Robin on Terry Rogers

Rich,ud calf Carol Shnp Rick Shrack

Belinda Shaw tark Shaw Jack herwood

Debbie Shoup Brenda Simmon~

Clyde Simpson

C'laudetta mith Loretta mith Leal Stephens

Roger Stratton Barbara Tinney Jerry Tinney


Becky Todd nne Tooley Teresa Vint Tri h Walsh Linda Walters Ronnie Wa hum Conn1e Webb Linda Webb Jerry Wendling Lynett Wil on Judy Wood Brenda Woolridge


Anthony Abner Ro ¡e Anna Alexander Kathy Allen Dale Bailey Tom Banzer Jim Benton Pat Barret Deni e Bollheimer Kathy Boomer hine Jeff Bourne Bo Bradley Alice Briggs Robert Buchanan Frank Butler Charles Cales Barbara Campbell Chis Campbell Gary Carter LaVerne Caudill Jane Churko Ricky Cole Luvenia Cook Pamela Copas Cathy Crane David Crockett Mary Lou Crump Betty Dakin Janette Dakin Mark Daley Debby Earnhart Bill Elam Kathy Elliot Linda Frantz Steve Fricke Tom Gross Cindy Haggard Patti Hall Lora Hammond Bruce Hardin Sue Harmon Barbara Hartman Jackie Hatton Pam Hay Robc,rt Head Russell Hiteman Tom Holmes Bonita Horseman Mike Ho kins Gail Johnson Larry Johnson John Jone Ken Justice Lavita Kail Danny Kinsel Karen Kiser Sue Lamb Wilbur Lamb Bob Leonard Keith Longacre Rex Lute Marty Mayo Brent Measel Kathy Miller


Brenda Mitchell Suzanne Moore Rhonda Murray Jim ap1er Larry 'elson Barbara Peters Alan Pierce

Class Officers Bo Bradely V1ce-President Jim Benton Secretary-Treasurer Bob Leonard President

FRESHMAN CLASS Linda Pope cot Powell Terry Price Tommy Prickett Tammy Pringle Keith Pummill Bill Randolph Chnsty R1ckey Sharon Ridinger Mary Lou Roller Ron Sackett Karen Sheehan Brenda Shrack Bob Smith Wilma Stevens Chuck Stwer Karen Stiver Sandy Strouse Letha Tredway Cathy Tuttle Mike Van Horn Ken Vmcent Helen Vradelis Debbie Watkms Wanda Webb Debby West Ricky Whitaker Sally Wientjes



Rus ell Wilcher Joyce Wilson Sandy Wood Debby Young

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Connie Adams Dennis Allen Greg Atkins

Larry Bargo Tim Barney Jenny Bauer

~1onty

Bost Barbara Bardley Beverly Buchanan

Beverly Clark Pam Click Daryl Coffman

Jame Cornett Sharon Cornett Keneeta Counts

Reva Counts Robert Cox D1ane Crabtree

Bob Crider Eddie Cullison George Davis

Mike Day Harry Dumford tark Earnhart

Grant Edgington Darrel Edwards Clinton Elam


teve Elder Mark Florence Bob Graham Karen Hampton Janice Hargett Cheryl Hart Dave Hart

EIGHTH GRADE Terri Hartsock M1ke Hatfield Gail Hawkins Mike Hawkins Pam Helterbridle Sharon Hicky Everett Hollingsworth Delores Ho kms Pam Hoskins Darryl Hurst Gary Hymer Eddie Ison Terry Jackson Richard Jones Steve Jones Jayna Jordon Lmda Knedler Bruce Lamb Marsha Larch Tim Leonard Anita LeVan Diane Lewis Junior Lewi Rlta Lindauer Rose Lindauer James Linville Janice Linville Rodney Lutes Darlene Lynch Keith Madden Sharon Madden Carol Malicote Charlotte Maloney Sharon McFarland David Meador Craig Mehaffie David Mitchell Debby Morgan Jackie Morgan Janice eeley Mike eeley Eugene ee e Paul owlin Tom Nowlin Dick O'Banion Lynn Palmer Debbie Parson John Patton Wanda Peak


R:Uph Perdue Willard Perdue Kenny Peter John Porterfield Cheryl Powell Jeff Prewitt Rod Richards Jimmy Rickett Ronnie Roark Sherry Robinson Mark Rye Diane Savage Jack atterthwaite Charle d oonover


Barbara Sesslar Aaron Shaw Tommy Shoup Anne Shutts John S1zemore Kenny Sizemore Courtney Stamper Roberta Stuckert Jeff Styers Cindy Sullivan Nancy Thill Susan Thill Gayla Thompson Norma Tinney

Carol Todd, orma Walker, Velma Walker, Barbara Walters, Cindy Watkins, Jeff Wendling, Dorsie Whittamore, Mike Winn, Denvil Wood, Susie Workman, Mike Young.


Debby Alexander Mary Alexander orma Alexander

SEVENTH GRADE Jeanine Bailey Tim Banas Pam Barrett

huck Beckner Allen Bernard Robert Bnggs

Carol Brooks Phyllis Carter Delores Coffman

Vicky Combs Dale Cook Gary Cook

Gary Cook Sylvia Cook Joan Dakin

Mike Dakin Rae Lynn Davis Brenda Day

Debby Diamond Teresa Drais Martin Dumford


Gus Edwards Brenda Farley Gary Tredway Coye Ferguson Jim Frost Mike Garrett Vernon Gollihugh Jim Gomph Jim Goode Jim Greene Kevin Gross Cheryl Hamm Phil Harmond Mike Hartsock


Frank Head Tim Hcndcrsor1 Ricky Hobbs

Cindy Huffman Kevin llulick Cherry Hurst

Paul Isaacs Ruth Iver Jay Jackson

Ronnie James Betty Johnson Sue Johnson

VIcki Johnson Jrm Keethler Jeff Lamb

Randy Lamb Steve Lemaster Joyce Leonard

Kim Link Gerald Livingston David Longacre

Jim Lucas Diana Madden Pam Madden

Cathy Madi on Denn i Marsden Glenna Maynard



Harley 1aynard Stewart 1cCulloch Judv McFadden Kern teadows Charles Melton David Melton Tim Miller Darlene Murray Donna 1ece Dav1d Ohler Debbie Palmer Kathy Patton Tim Praeter Mary Pringle Ronnie Pummil Steve Rame Jeff Ramsey Terry Randolph Larry Ray Randy Reese Marlene Rice Darryl Ridinger Donna Robin on Hue! Rogers Penny Rogers Mike Roller Randall Rose Bob Ruggles Ten Sackett Steve Savage David Schoonover Liz Self Marg1e Servis Robm Shackleford Richard Sharp Ann Sherwood Rick Sikora Richard Simmons Tom S1111p on Jessie Smith Valerie Smith Kathy Stone Judy Strou e Cathy Sullivan Pam Taylor Mark Tooley Gloria Tuttle

Sallie Tuttle Sandy Van Horn Tom Walters Ri e Ward Terry Weng Dwne West Rita Wilcher Jerry Wilson Jeff Winn Tim Wood Bob Woolridge Marc Wright


ACTIVITIES


Trish Walsh and Corky Meadows, sophomore attendants

HOMECOMING An annual tradition at W.H.S. was again a big success last year. Attendance at the Homecoming game was high w1th both alumni and students witnessing the coronation of our 1967-1968 Queen 1oy Zuroweste and King Dennis Bunnell (right). Gail Johnson represented the freshman class with her escort, Bo Bradley. Trish Walsh representing the sophomore class, was escorted by Corky Meadows. Becky Conner and her escort, 1erry Caudill, represented the junior class. Representing the senior class was Sallie Miller and her escort Herb Sellar. Our Spartans were really mighty with a 14-6 victory over Blanchester (left). After the game, the Homecoming Dance proved to be a great finale to the 1967-1968 Waynesville High School Homecoming.



Bo Bradle •. Becky Conner. Jerry Caudill. Joy Zurowe te. Dennis Bunnell. Harry\ hitamore, and Jane Bromagen.

Left. SeniOr representatives SallJe M1ller and Herb olla1. 46

Spmts were high at the rousing pep rally before the Homecoming game. But, spirit was even greater a the Spartans defeated Blanchester by a final core of 14-6.


Gayle John on, Freshman

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BABES IN TOYLAND This year the Drama and Music Departments combined efforts to produce the charming Christmas musical, BABES I TOYLA D. The gaily colored costumes and glittering ce. cry set off the lyrical vocal arrangements which were accompanied by a live orche tra. Both the vocal and the dramatic talent¡ of Waynesville tudents were demonstrated in this fine production directed by Miss Fricke, 1rs. Palmer, and 1r. Davis.

Barnaby and Contrary 1ary


The Dandies

Jane and Tom finally arrive in Toyland.

Left: Hilda musically consoles obbing Little Bo Peep by telling her that the Piper children will eek the heep "high. cck them low. eek them far and wide."


"Kl·cp ) our hand oft my man."

Comic relief offered by an obnO'I:Iou~ pcctator.

RESERVE TWO FOR MURDER

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honorable Sergeant ha~ found valuable clue".

bad dre rehearsal mean a great performance, so the} say. It this i~ the ca~c. then Drama Club\ fall productiOn, Rl·Sl R\'L T\\'0 I OR ~1 RDI R, \\a destined to be a uccc . l nder the direction of ~1iss Barbara I· rick, the cast and ere\\ labored far into the night to pcrtcct their performance. HO\\ever, all the lost sleep \\as repaid b} the thfactiOn of performing for a ncar-capacity crO\\ d who had the t1me of their life aiding in the solu lion of the murder. The cast responsible for the success of the fall "\\ ho-dunnit" \\as as foliO\\~: Detective Kenned} . . . . Lee, honorable aS\istant Helen Smith . . . . . Maomi l·d\\ards .. . l>r. \tart in hi\\ ards . John Randall . . . . Patrolman Schultz Martha Gregory .. Sally Lyn h . . . . Bill Russell . . . . . Mrs. llurston-Allen Mrs. lngletritz . . . l Ioise, ller l>aughter Ivan Strange . . . . . .

. . . . Paul Winn . . . . \like I oley .. Penni Lowery . . Linda Johnson . . . . l>an Koch . .• Rovce Bartel . .. l>o.n Keublcr Charmaine Banas . . . • I lien Hart . . . . Allen Corby . . . . Rose nyder .• Cmdy llarl\ock . . . Irish Wahh !arty BO\\ man


THE BAD SEED "\Vhat will) ou g1vc me for a basket of ki scs~"

What's more fun than a good old-fashiOned murder? ... rhrec good old-fashioned murders. of course! I¡ or its spring production the Drama Department ~asn't satisfied \\ith the familiar gun-,Jmging villain. The murderess in THI BAD Sl l D was an innocent, freckled¡faccd little girl of eight\\ ho alway managed to get waa} with "accidents' such as drownmg little boys, pushing old ladies down stairs, and even burning janitors who\\ ere on to her deeds. Both old and nc~ faces put on skilled performances \\hich kept everyone gue. sing until the very end an unusual end because Rhoda \\a. one little gul who literally got a\\ay \dth murder.


Becky Boa! . . . . . . . . . . . . Rl c da Trish Walsh. . . . . . . . . . . . Rhoda Linda Johnson . . . . . . . . . . Chn t ne Lora Hammond . . . . . . . . . . Monica Debbie Hess . . . . . . . . . Mr . Daigle Dan Koch . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth

"Well. 'dahling' read some Freud last night. and I've come to the conclusion that it's all in your mind, every bit of it.''

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Kay Justice ........... Miss Fern Ronnie Bargo ............ Leroy Ted Hammond............ Emory Allen Corby.............. Ta ker Tom Gross ............ Grandpa

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FRESHMAN There's nothing hke a good old-fa hioned mitiation to liven things up around a school, and Waynesville lhgh was no exception. Each innocent fre hman wa ¡ \\ekomcd \\ith open arms by a fiendi h senior. Of course, there \\as no way of telling what lurked behind tho e open arm . It \\asn't long before the poor boys found their skirts soaked and their dollies looking rather worse for the wear. The girl were little better off. Cumbersome army boots and grandpa's overall sure did hinder a quick getaway from a baby bottle full of vinegur or a fe\\ raw eggs. When the "fun" ended, the seniors packed away their equipment, laughing over the success of the day, while tho e lowly fre hmen trotted home to . pend the rest of the evening \\lashing butch wax and shaving cream from their braided hair.

Herb Sollar readies freshman food. Jim Benton and Sally Wientje say "Chee e!''


INITIATION

Russell Wilcher escorts unidentified freshman.


POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL 'Ihe annual pov.der puff football game featured the cnior- ophomorc quad again t the Junior-he hman quad. In pite of the cold weather, the girls had a great time chasing each other up and down I 00 yards of mud and water. But even the combined effort:s of the gub and the junior- enior boy ' cheering quad failed to bring a touchdown. At the end of four quarter ¡ play, the mudsoaked girls were forced to call a truce but vowed to battle it out again ne ¡t year.

oach Tom Workman attempts to rally hi team at half time.


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RICHARD LUTES VALEDICTORIAN

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WAYNESVILLE'S COMMENCEMENT Ninety-Sixth Annual

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

BACCALAUREATE !iundoy M4y 26 COMMENCEMENT Sunday May 26

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Above : A senior expresses a sincere, "Thank you," to one of Waynesville's finest instructors.

Top : After Commencement, graduates express mixed emotions.


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ORGAN IZA liONS

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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Fro 1t Ronnie Bargo. Tommy James, Carol harp, Julie unace, ~1arsha Adkms, Brenda Dakin, Charmame Banas, nne Toole'v. econd rtn\: Pat Powell, Cathy Ellis. Cath; Cottman. ~1ary Ann tratton, Pam Brose, Leah Stevens, Pam Rainey. haron apter. herry Satterthwaite, Karen Hull. Third row Jan Ryan, Becky Pendergrast, Theresa Vint, Jewell ~1ahcote, Cindy Tharr, !\1artha Vint,

Charma111e Bana takes the pledge of Honor octety. 66

Penni Lowery, Eddie harp, Jackie Hawkins, like Beatty, non-member, non-member, Connie Bradley. Back row: Jim Bourne, Lllis Welch, Chri Barney, Dan Dunham, Ron111e Steele, Gus Fricke, Mike Powell, Tom Workman, Daryl Whttmer. Randy Belcher, Richard Lutes, John Sackett, 1tlton Cook. Kenny Davis.


The at1onal Honor oc1ety stands for Character, cholarship, Leadership, and Service. tudents with outstanding academic ach1evements are eligible for member ¡hip and are inducted each year. During this year's induction ceremony, twenty-nine new members were added to the Waynesville Chapter of the , 'ational Honor oc-

1ety. The purposes and the ymbols of the '.II. . were explained as candle representing each symbol were lighted. Each pro pective candidate lighted a blue candle from the main candle, a ymbol of the light of knowledge, and thu offic1ally became a member of Wayne ville's .ll.S.

Penni Lowery tells of ervice, one of four qualities needed to jom .H . .

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STUDENT COUNCIL Though new this year, the tudent Council has quickly become the most important organization at Waynesville, sponsoring activities such as dances, "Good-Grooming Week", a hootenanny, and a soap-and-toothpaste drive for the Dayton State Hospital. The tudent Council has done much to promote ~tudent intere t in the school. Such activities have helped lay a sturdy foundation for student government by opening communication lines between the students and the faculty. tudent Council members are elected on the ba is of per onality, leadership ability. and willingness to work. Using the Constitution and accomplishments of this year's Council as a guide, next year's Student Council will find satisfaction in a well established organization.

Front row: Mary Ann Stratton, Tom Workman, Earl Hammond, Cindy Hartsock. Middle row: Carol Sharp, Bill Elam, Tom James, Kay Justice, Chris Atkms, Teresa 68

Chaney, Back row: Helen Vradehs, Pam Brose, Wilma Stevens, Chris Barney, John Lamb, elson Horseman, Wendell Chaney, Ken Vincent.


President T0!\1 WORK. 1AL• swears in next

year's top official.

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SPARTACUS STAFF

Rose Snyder Pat Rainey Jack1e Hawkms Gary Johnson Elen Buckle Elaine Taylor

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Sandy \1assman Pam Ramey Pam Young Paul Wmn Margaret Morris Martha Vint


Clutching dimes in their warm hands, Waynesville High chool students all clamoured for a copy of the school newpaper. the PART ACUS. With the transaction complete. only a rustle of paper could be heard as each student searched for "Beulah Blab" and Waynesville's own "Heart to Heart" advisor. After absorbing her often unusual advice. students turned to the sports section for a rundown of the mighty Spartan's athletic victories and defeats. For those who preferred the social life. the society page provided a summary of up-coming events. ot to be ignored was the lighter side of the SPARTACUS. a liberal sprinkling of jokes. cartoons. and humorous candid opinions. Though there was often a mad rush to complete an issue as the deadline crept closer. both the staff and theii advisor, Mrs. Townsend, thoroughly enJoyed putting out the SP RTACUS for Waynesville High chool.

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YEARBOOK STAFF 72


W.H.S.

DRAMA CLUB

Back Row: Linda Johnson, Debb1e Gibson Debbie Hess. Earl Hammond. Carla Sawyer, Steve Stewart, Bonnie Beckner, Donna Morgan and Claudetta mith.

MISS FRICK

Middle Row. Glenda Miller, Brenda Watkins. and Penni Lowery. Front Row: Paul \ inn, Pam Keith, Cynthia Hartsock. and Don Keubler.

" ... Enough therefore, and let the curtain open 1" o opened the 1967-1968 productions of the Waynesville High School Drama Club, under the direction of .Mi Barbara J. Frick. Even when confronted by mis ed cues. fallen lines, and vanishing props: the directors, cast, and crew remain undaunted and successfulyl pull through with a typical Waynesville flouri ¡h. Every member of the Drama Club had the time of his life workmg on uch production a RESERVE TWO FOR M RDER and BABES I TYOLA. D. ,'othing gives these future actors and actre es a better feeling than being associated in even the malle t way with a hit performance.

Front Row¡ Trish \Val h, Brenda\ atkins, Pam Young. Second Ro~: Debbie Hess, Barbara CampbelL Jane Churko, Donna Elliot. Cindy Hartsock, Penni Lowery. Linda John on, haron ~apier, Charmaine Banas, Patt. Hall, Susan Milton, herry Bromagen. Third RO\\. andy tou e. Royce Bartell, Ellen Buckle, Carla awyer, Lori Hammond, Su 1e Hart ock. Leah teven . Sherry Isaacs. Mary Ann Stratton. ue Vradeli , 11ke Fole}, .1i Frick. Back Row Helen Vradeli , Cindy Tharr, Debbie Young, Luven1a ook. Cathy Elli , Bonita Hor eman, Allen Corby, Dan Koch. Marla Adams, Karer heehan, Ellen Hart, Kathy Elhot, Brenda M1tchcll Jeanette Dakin. 73


SENIOR BAND

Fir t row. Sallie Miller, Mary Ann Stratton, Gus Fncke. Brenda Watkins. Jane Churko. econd row: Sherry 1 aacs, Ltnette Wil on, Judy Wood, Knsty tadiSOn. Chris Campbell, Su ie Hart ock, Martha Vmt, Debbie Campbell. Third row: Clifton Meager, Steve Fricke, Gary Knedler, Larry elson, Cynthia Hartsock, 74

Mark Daley. Joy Zuroweste, 1ilton Cook, Wendell Chaney, David Keethler, Russell Orndorf. Standing: Dale Bailey, Tom Gross, Cathy rane, Jim Benton, Tom Workman, Tom Gibbons, Denni Bunnell, Ken Justice.


DRUM MAJOR and

MAJORETTES

Sl 'rry I aacs

Gu Fricke Kri ti ,\ 1adison Judy\ uod

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WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS

MR. DAVIS

Front Row: Cathy Crane. Roe Snyder. Mary Ann Stratton. Barbara Elam, Ellen Hart. Leah Stevens. Brenda Watkms. Tere a Vint. Cathy Ellis, Tammy Pnngle. Penni Lowery. Cynthia Hart ock, Debby Campbell Second Row: Gus Fricke, Tom Workman. Dennis Bunnell, Wendell Chaney, Chris CampbelL 1ilton Cook, Patti Hall. Debby Earnhart, Sue Harmon. Wilma Stevens, Debby Goode, Connie Bradley Susan Melton, Carla Sawyer. Third Row: Clifton Mea-

ger, Gary Knedler. Mark Daley, Ken Justice, Russel Orndorf. Larry elson. Cathy Lew1s, Sherlan Gooch, Kathy Coffman, Belinda haw, Sandy Powell, Linda Butcher, Carol Sharp. Back Row: Ronnte Bargo, Tom Gross. Tom Gibbons, Sandy Hartsock. Sallie Miller. Joy Zuroweste, Sherry Isaacs, Debby Shoup. Lynette Wit on, Kristi Madiso son, Suste Hartsock, Judy Wood, Pat Greishop, Glenda Miller.


JR. HIGH CHORUS

JR. HIGH

BAND

Fro1t rov.: Cheryl Hamm. Sylvia Cook. Diane avage, Dave 1elton. Frank llead, . 1artm Dumford. Harley 1aynard, Jim Gomph. econd row: Beverly Buchanan, Karen Hampton, Barbara Walters, Velma Parson, Cindy Huffman, Lynn Palmer, Debbie Morgan. Third row: , 'orma \ al-

Front row: Anne Shutts, usan Thill, u an Workman, Diane West. Ltz elf econd row tuart 1cCulloch. Jennien Bailey, Rae Lynn Davts, Cheryl Hart, haron Cornett, Rita Lindauer, ancy Thill, Janice eeley, Delore Ho kins, Beverly Clark, Barbara Bradley, Linda Knedler. Third row:

ker, Ro e Lindauer, Roberta tuckert. Cindy \ atkin , Barbara e Jar, Kathy Stone. ~tary Alexander. Back row: Diane Crabtree, Velma Walker, Gayla Thomp on, Kathy tadison, ~1ary Pringle, Delore Coffman, Debbie lexander, Debbie Palmer.

Doug Edwards, Kevin Hullick, George Davi . Bob Crider. Tom houp, Ralph Perdue. Teri ackett, Vicki John on, Ronnie Hoskin . Back t \V: ~font) Bost. Jeff Wend! '-e.¡ Gary Cook, Courtnev tamper. Willard Perdue, Mike eeley, Ruth Ivers, Jan Bernard, . tare\ right, Rand:; Lamb.


FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The ~1inerva Hough Chapter of the Future Teachers of America, an organitatwn for students planning to become teachers. provides its members wtth first hand experience in the dassroom. Future teachers keep a record of their hours hopmg to have two hundred hours of service at the end of their sophomore year. At graduation, the cnior who has given the most to educatton or has contributed the most to the FTA IS awarded a scholarship.

Patnce Powell, Treasurer: Julie Surface. ecretary: Joy Zuroweste. President: 1ary Ann t aton, Vtce-President.

Front Row: Cathy Crane, Royce Bartell, Joe Heffner, Danny Isaacs, Brenda Watkins. econd Row: Carol harp, Patrice Powell, Joy Zurowe te, Julie Surface, 1ary Ann Stratton, Leah tevens, haron apter, Barbara Hartman, Patti Hall, Conme Webb, Debbte Shoup. Third Row: Glenda Garrett, Judy Covey, Penni Lowery, Martha Vint, Kay Justice, Sherri l aacs, ue Harmon, Barbara Peters, Suzanne Moore.

Fourth Row. Ramona Lamb, Teresa Vint, Cathy Ellis, Elaine Taylor, Sandy 1a man, Cindy Tharr, Ellen Buckle, Karen Johnson, Connie Bradley. Back Row: Helen Vradeli , andy Strou e, Kristi Rtckey, Debbie Watkm , Barbara clam, Jan Ryan, Brenda McKeever, Lynette Wilson, Lori Hammond, Bomta Hor eman, Jackie Hawkins, Joy Zuroweste, Karen Hull, Brenda Hoblitt.


W.H.S. PEP CLUB

Behind every man there i a woman urging him on to success. Waynesville's basketball team was backed by enough women to warrent success every time. Though this was not the case, Pep Club did play a large part in boosting the morale of the boys on the floor. 'ewly formed this past year, the faithful cheering section followed the team to every game, offering lusty support to the mighty Spartans, win or lose. Pep Club officers included Brenda Hoblit, President: Sherry Bromagen, Vice-Pre ident, u an Hart ock, ecretary: and Saundra Massman, treasurer. Mr. Watson, physic.tl education teacher, sponsored the Club.

EIGHTH GR DE CHEERLEADERS Gail Hawkins, Susie Workman. Barbara Bradley, .tnd baron arnett.

Front: Jackie Hawkm , Becky Conner, Karen Hull, Connie Bradley, Joy Luroweste. econd¡ Debbie Watkins, Marla Adams, Anne Tooley, Chnsty Rickey, Karen beehan. Third. Kathy Elliot, Tammy Pnngle, Trish Walsh, Charmaine Bana , usie Hartsock, La Verne Caudill,

Barbara Hartman. Patti Hall. ~ourth Jane Churko, Gail John on, Lori Hammond, andy trou e, Debbie Young, Alice Bngg , Elaine Taylor andy ~l.tssman. Back. Diane Patton, Brenda tcKeever, Brenda Hoblit, Donna Elliot, There a Robin on

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CHEER

SCHOOL

J.V. CHEERLEADERS Karen heehan 1arla A:i.un Anne Tooley Debbie Watkins Chn ty R1ckey

VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Becky Conner Connie Bradley Jack1e Hawkins Joy Zurowe te Karen Hull


LEADERS

Tuesday Campbell

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SPORTS


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FOOTBALL In Waynesville' third year of organized football, the Spartans played .500 ball for the first time. A break at the right time could easily have put Waynesville on the top in any one of their five los es, all of which were by one touchdown. Four of the five losses were on rain- oaked fields. (see page 87) and the opposition proved to be better "mudder " than did the partans. Wayne ville's fine team had many individuals who received much deserved recognition. Tom Workman and Jim Bourne set a new chool record for most points cored in one ~ea on by tallying sixty-two points each. Jim Bourne once ran nintey-one yards from scrimmage for a record-setting score. Eric Florence and Ron Hartman, along with Tom Workman and Jim Bourne were elected to the All-League Team. Terry James and Jm1 Hefmer rcpre ented Wayne ville on the All-League econd Team.

Captain \! orkman Coach e sna. Coach Painter. Coach Godd, and Coach Towle.


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Jim Bourne enjoyed one of his best days of the season against Bellbrook. Here he scores again for W.H.S.

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All-League quarterback l:.ric Florence is mtroduced with his family during the Parents' 1ght program.


Left: Waynesville's Tri-Captains, all of which made the All-League first Team, call the flip of the coin at pnngboro.

All-League halfback Jim Bourne run the opening kkkoff back seventy yards against Bellbrook.

Left: Bellbrook' safety tries in vain to upend Jim Bourne short of the goal line.

Wayne ville had to pia} in the rain and mud many times this year. The weatherman pla) ed an important role in the outcome of many clo e games.

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Front Row 1r. Painter Mr. Gadd, Mr. Towle. 5econd Row: Steve Stewart, Jerry Caudill, \1ike Beatty. Thud Row: David Tooley, Bob Leonard, Milton Cook, Jim Heffner. Dan Prewitt, Tom Banzer. Kenny Davis, Tom Hume . Fourth Row:

Kenny McCloud, Ronnie ackett. Joe Hagenmier, \ endell Chaney, Ellis Welch, Eric Florence, Jim Bourne, Earl Hammond, Edd1e Sharp, Bill Diamond, Jim apier. Fifth Row: Marty Mayo, Clyde Simpson, 1ike Mchaffie, Richard


Coach Gadd manage a tired smile after a tensionladen fourth quarter in a win over pringboro

Lutes, Mike Cornett, Terry James, Ronnie Hartman, Denms Bunnell, Sammy Caudill, Bo Bradley, Mack Howard.

JUNIOR HIGH TEAM


BASKETBALL The SpJrtan cagers took second place 111 the league with a fine 8-4 record. The htgh point of the season was the squad's second win over Clinton Massie. Bill Davis calmly sank both ends of a one and one foul opportunity in the final seconds to hand Clinton Massie their first home-court loss in the history of the chool. Bill Davis. who led the league in many offensive statistics. represented Waynesville on the All-League First Team. The los of Dennis Bunnell. whom opposing coaches tabbed as the best guard 111 the league. severly hampered the par tan's chance to finish h1gher. However, Coach Davis and the squad refused to altbi and turned in a credible performance.

COACH DAVIS

Front: J ohn Lamb, J ohn Sackett, Rick Bogan, Bill Davis, Junior Beegle, Darryl Alexander, Eric Florence. Back: Mike Foley, ~t anager: J im Dakin, Mike Powell, l ike 90

Mchaffie, Dennis Bunnell, .~1ike Cornett, Jerry Hammond, elson Horseman, 1anager.


D\RRYI \LI Bill DAVIS,

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Blanchester ~la,on

Greenview ~ings .\tills Carltslc Spnngboro l ittlc Mtami Clinton \Ia stc Little \ltami Y cliO\\ Springs Blam:hc~tcr

\ta on Kings \tills Lebanon I a't Clinton Bellbrook pringboro Clinton \I assic Mt. Orab 91


Jim Dakin, junior forward.

Junior Beegle, center.

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Junior Varsity: Keith Lamb, Mack Howard, Marty Mayo, Rex Lutes, Mike Mehaffie, Mike 92

Cornett, Bo Bradley, Tom Gibbons, Bruce Boggs, Dave Wright, Mr. Duff, Coach.


Eric Florence

Junior forward, John Lamb

Mike Foley, Manager

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Dennis Bunnell, enior guard.

John Sackett, guard.

JUNIOR HIGH TEAM

Sitting: Clinton Elam, Craig Mehaf' e, teve Jones. Tim Leonard, Bob Ruggle . Dor ie Whittamore. Mike Hart ock. tanding¡ ~1ark Florence,

Jeff Ramsey, Jeff Prewitt, Willard Perdue, Paul owlin, Jeff tyer , Mike Winn, Richard O'Banion, Ralph Perdue, JIm Keethler.


Eric Florence

FRESHMAN TEAM

Kneeling: Scot Powell, Bill Elam, Rickey Whitacre, Larry ~elson, Bob Leonard. Standing: Marty Mayo, Ronme Sackett, Rex Lutes, Bo

Bradley, Jeff Bourne, Alan Pierce, Coach Dave Cessna. 95


BASEBALL Holding a 4-3 record at pre time, Waynesville' baseball team had high hopes for a successful ea on. Though all members played their best, a lot of credit was due All-League candidate, Eric Florence. and top pitcher. Dennis Bunnell. Coach Towle had a right to be proud of his boy who were all counting on being in the thick of the battle for the league title.

COACH TOWLE LIGHTS VICTORY CIGAR

Front Row : Earl Hammond , Mike Powell, Jim Hopkins. Ron Frye , John Lamb , Darryl Alexander. M1ddle Ro w : Eric Florence. Ted Hammond , Dennis Bunnell , Richard Lutes, Jerry

Wendling, John Sackett. Back Row : Jerry Hammond , Rex Lutes, Mike Van Horn. Gary Knedler. Scot Powell.


Eric Florence, excelling at the plate and behind it. chats with the umpire over some trivial matter such a a ball or strike. Denn1s Bunnell, Waynesville's number one pitcher, hurls another high, hard one past a Kings 1ills' batter.

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Lutes cuts at a high, hard one.

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Lamb wins the race to the bag.

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BOYS' AND GIRLS'

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Diamond wins the 440.


Mehaffie goes up and over.

TRACK

Mrs. Gadd and girls ready themselves for meet.

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CROSS-COUNTRY Although not encouraged by wildly cheering fans. the boys on the Cross-Country Team did a great job this past sea on. Due to the efforts of the four top men. Dave Kecthler. Gary Browr R1ck Bogan. and Charles Kales. Waynesville came in third in the League meet econd place would have been better. but all the boys took pride in knowing that only one point stood between them and the second place team.

Gary Brown

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Front: Jim Benton, Charles Kales, Rtck Bogan. Dave Keethler, Dave \\right. Back: Bill Davis, 1ike Powell, Gary

Brown, John Lamb, Darryl Alexander, Coach Duff.


GOLF

JIM BE TOT\,f Freshman fourth man

DAVE WRIGHT Junior second man

When the Smith boys moved to Waynesville, Coach Vernon Polly gained two expenenced players for his golf team. Both were in the top four which included John Smith. first man: Dave Wnght, second man: Bob mith. third and Jim Benton, fourth. At press time the Spartan golfers were undefeated and looking forward to a first-place finish in the League Meet.

BOB SMITH Freshman third man

JOH \11TH Senior first man

COACH DUFF and DAVE KEETHLI:,R

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TENNIS After playing the first few weeks of their second season of competition, Waynesville's tenni player hawed promi e for a fine cason. Under the direction of Mr. Painter, the boys found the new tenni courts to their liking and held a record above the .500 mark. Both Chris tkin , fir t singles: and Rick Bogan, econd singles were undefeated at press time. Strong support wa added to the1r efforts by John 1organ and Barney Graham, first doubles. CHRIS ATKil\JS RICK BOGA.

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.. Danny Issacs, Jim Ikerd, Chris Atkins, John Morgan, Barney Graham, Rick Bogan, Milton Cook, Kenny McCloud, and Mr. Painter, Coach.


HIGH SCHOOL STAFF

1RS. SHEEHA , ecretary to the Supenntendent

Bob and boiler room boarder.


B. A. B. B. B.

Boggs, R Bowsman Carmack. J. !oarley host. B. Hollandsworth Hollands\\Orth, S. Huffman Jones, M. McCorkel

GRADE 6 A. eacc. V. eace . Richards. B. Schoonover Mr. L. Hatfield, G. Alexander C. Blair. M. Bledsoe T. Carnes. B. Carter W. D D. l'. C.

Christian, V. Counts Crawford, J. Cru tchficld Davis, R. Evans Greenwood, D. Grim Hisey, J. Hollandsworth

K. Ingram. R . Ikerd L. Kleman, R. Lamb K. Longacre. D. McComas J. Orndorf. D. Palmer B. Pope, R. Porterfield

D. Ratliff, C. Reese J. Richards, C. Vint 1r. D. Watson, R. Andres A. Boeck, D. Bowman E. Campbell. R. Crider

T. T. K. J. J.

DeWme, G. Lldndge I ann in, C. Green Hairfield, G. Hampton Helterbridlc, K. Isaacs !son, .Johnson

1. Malcolm, T. Mayo S. M. D. V.

Morgan, M. elson Osborne. D. Penrod Purkey. I·. Randal ph Ridmger, A. Robinson

T J. D. D. W.

Ryan. M. Stanley Thill, D. Walker Allen. J. Bailey Baldwin, L. Buckle Cook, T. Cornett

H. P. M. B. L.

Crabtree. B. DeWine Elder, R. Hairfield Hatton. R. Hazen Heath, R. Hillman Hollandsworth . M. Kirby

K. D. M. D. K.

Lamb, P. Lamb McCloud, G. Perdue Rye, T . Shoup Smith, D. Thompson Vincent, C. Ward

R. D. D. P. J.

Whitaker, Mrs. T . Elzey Akers, C. Alexander Briggs, R. Brown Centers, J. Chaney Coffman, L. Combs

L. R. L. S. W.

Crump, L. Hall Hatfield, S. Hiteman Hoskins, V. Lainhart Maloney , ·. McJoadden 1iller,J.\1organ


0 Peters, C. Reynolds D Rice , J Rye B. Schoonover, M. Slattery J. Walters, G. Weltz Mrs. J. Francisco, G . Blythe

GRADES M. J. D. L. L.

Brown, C. Caudill Coker, R . Dellard, Driscoll, L. 1-arnhart I rantz. L. Grim Haney, . Hawkins

M. A. T. T. K.

Johnson, R. Lamb Littleton. R. Lutes ~1adden, A. Maddy Meadows, T. Mitchell Penrod, C. Pleimmer

R. Ruse.P.Smtth L. Stiver, B. Todd L. Traylor. S. Wallace C. Walters, P. Whitney Mrs. D. Hisey, T. Andres

J. Bailey, D. Blair M. Bradley, D. Carter ~1. Cales, D. Cole M. Combs, M. Cornett V. Dakin, D. Oilliand

L. C. R. C. B.

Blythe, S. I rye Haggard, J. Hart Head, G. Hollandsworth Jones, J. Jordon Koch, l\1. Lamb

R. S. T. S. T.

Lewis, J. Livingstone \talloy, C . Martin McCulloch, C. Orndorf Ratms. M. Reeves, Rickey,K.Russcll

D. Thompson, J. Watkins Mrs. Lacy, S. Blevins L. Bogg ·.C. Boomer hinc R . Briggs, R. Brown 1. Cook, M. Combs M. C. G. D. D.

Cox, ~1. Dtamond l:llis, J. England Irantz, B. fox lrye, P. Gricshop Hurst, T . Irons

T. R. S. M. D.

Lamb, R. Lewts Lundy, R. Keethler Meager. C. Miller O'Banion, B. Palmer Powell, M. Saylor

G. Scott, f·. Stamper S. Stanley, D. Shutts C. Wical, C. Wmn Mrs. H. Vanderpool, T. Biggs W. Bowsman, D. Coffman

C. S. K. V. M.

Cotterman, J. Davidson Dellard, . Gompf Hough. T. Hoskins Hoskins, T. Ivers Jones, T. Jones


A. I. A. T. R.

Lamb. L. Linville \farsden. C. Maynard McKeever, W. ~torgan O\\ lin, A. Randolph R1gney, R. Roark

GRADE 4 D. Rose K Stone L. Todd, R . Walters Mrs B. Sawyer R. Bailey S Beatty. C. Bradley K Brown, T. Cooper J. C. S. J L.

Cullison, R. Covey Gnm. J . Hammonds Hatton , R . Ingram Jordan , J . Livingston Lamb, D. Lamb

D. J. J. D. K.

Lamb , R. Miller forgan . 1. elson Osborne, C. Pottenger Pnce, V. Richards Robbin , T. Rose

R. Saylor, K Shafer D. Tinney, R. Tufts T. Vinson, D. Walker J . Wendling, D. Wilkerson Mrs. Filer, C. Alexander

R. P. D. B. 0.

Alexander, T. Amburgy Barney, G. Bellman Brown, K . Brunton Couch, B Crane Craycroft, B. Cullison

M. K. M. T. M.

Foster, R . frye Frye, P Graham Hildebrecht, T. Lamb Lamb, . Malicote Moore, D. eeley

D. J. R. C. M.

O'Bamon, M. Peters Rogers, D . Robinson Robinson, J. Ryan Simpson, D. Sharp Skaggs, G. Smallwood

A. C. E. L. C.

Taylor, D. Vint Bauer, A. Bernard Bishop , D. Chri tian Click, L. Click Copas, D. Crawford

D. R. A. C. R.

Day, S. Llder Eldridge, K . Elkins Hannah , T . Hillman Hymer, S. Jones Lainhart, D . Livingston

A. J. C. K. S

Macinnis, D. 1eicer O'Dell , S. Par ons Porterfield , R. Purkey Ratliff, J . Rigney Sheehan , C. Smith

D. J. J. B. E.

Sm1th, B. Vmccnt Wallen, K. Walsh Webb, C. Wood Pack, K . Andre Baldwin, B. Ball


J. R R S D.

Barney, A. Beckner Boal, A. Crump Dakin, K. Duna\\ay Gooch. R. Hairfield Hatfield, V. Hollands\\orth

C. M. S. T K

Ktnsel, D. Kleman Lamb,() Le\laster McComas, D. Morgan owlin, W Patton Pope, C. Ridinger

T. S J D. S.

Rolph, J. Rye Shutts, D. Simmom Smith, I . Snoody Stubbs, M Treadway WientJes, G. Wood

GRADE 3 1rs. Sloan, S. Batley K Baldwin, J. Bauer M. Boeck, J Brown C. Bunnel, S. Crider C. Edgington, K Fricke

A. D. K. P. J.

Hairfield, J. Hawkins Hisey, S. Hoskins Lamb, J. Littler Littleton, G. Malicote Marsden, D. ~1cFarland

T. B. K R. T.

Mitchell, J. Morri ell, T. Pierce Pottenger, D. Pringle Randolph, J. Stubbs Thornton, J. Todd

S. S. D. L. S.

Traylor, J. Wampler \Vilkerson, .\Irs. B. Click Alexander, L. Bixby Carmack, T. Carrier Cook, M. Couch

B. D. L. J. D.

Esselman. T. Gadd Hawkins, L. Horseman Hughes, D. Johnson Jones, K. Lamb Kleman. T. 1arsdcn

D. W. K. S K.

Miller, G. Mitchell Morgan, J. 0 borne Rigney, L. Self Shafer. D Shoup Sm1th, K. Snead

R. M. M. D. D.

St John. V. Walker Walters, J. Amburgy Begley, L. Bromagen Buckland, C. Clark Conley, P. Cox

A. P. B. T. S.

Davis. D. Garrett Jones, C. Kier Koch, T. Lamb Leach, T. Lundy Maloney, A. Maloy

S. B. D. T. P.

Marsden, R. Miller Morgan, B. \1ullins eace, W. O'Hair Reynolds, S. Richard¡ Rush, H. Shackleford


R. R. A. T.

r.

Wallace, l. Whitmer Wieal, M. Banas Brown, \ . Biggs Campbell, M. Carter Clark, l . I arnhart

1. l lam, . l kook C. Goode, C. Gnce 1. lla\\kim, J. Hillman 1. Hollingsworth, D. Ivers C. Lamb, R. lamb

C. Ma fadden, I. \tal'lnnis V. \1arsden, K. ~tartm C. Miller, K. \torgan D. Parsom, I . Peters W. Pnngle, (. Ponder

GRADE 2

S. Ridin~er, C. Russa G Slone, W. nood:,. I . Thill, D. Barbek B. Barrett, A. Bennett A. Boa!, R. Bost

N Carter, V. Clark S. Chnehcns, I. Couch, Z. Couch, M. Flcook D. 1 ngland, V. Givson M. Jones, J. Kier

D. Lamb, T. Lamb D. Ltttler, R. Littleton T. Martin, T. Patton . Perry, B. Price K. Purkey, R. Richards

M. Simpson, V. Walker D. Walters, (.Wilkerson ~1. Palko, \. Scott B. S''afford, C. Hansard (. Irons, C. Tmney

C. Andres, C. Hatton D. LeMaster, D. Robbins D. Hannah, l. Jone G. I 0'\, G. Smith 1. !\tcllott, 1 v.endlin'

1. O'Hair, 1. Mitchell K. Cales, L. Huge' :\1. :-:ecly. P. Banas R. Sharp, S.Heath S. Ivers, S. Hclterbridle

S. Osborn, T. Bennett T. Amburgy, T. \1it~;hell T. ChcnO\\Cth, I¡. Robinson V. Campbell, D. Beglc}' . Blevim, R. Boomershine

B. Combs, A. Crane D. I lkins, C. Joryc T. Hatton, D. Hollandsworth 1. haacs, C. Kruer K. Lamb, K. Longacre

S. Lundy, K. 1arsdcn 1. \1cDonald, R. cclcy T. Patterson, D. Patton L. Purkey, K. Ramsey R. Randolph, W. Rathwcg


S. Ratliff, P. Scherer R. mith, J. fhomp\on J. lollcy, K. Vaught S. \ isccup, ~1. ndcrson D. Ballard, T. Bargo

R. D. D. K. A.

Briggs, A. Brown Coffman, R. Copas h!gington, I . I rancisco host. B. Gompf Grill. S . !Iough

D R S K R.

Ingram. T. Lamhart Lamb, T. Lamb \lalicote , R. \lcKecver \lillcr, P. • O\\ hn Porterfield. D. Rath\\eg

B. M R L D

Ray, L Rush Rush, K cidl Sm1th. L Sparks Stamper. l . TO\\ nscnd \'aught, \I. Vradchs

GRADE I :\1. Wood, B. Baker D. Br\by, J. Carter S. Clinchcns. G. Coffman

T. Coffman, J. Combs P, I kook, M. I Hiott

K. Gncc, G. Hogg W. \I. G. D.

Hollandsv.orth, W. Johnson Lamb, S. Lamb I vnch K \ladison :-.iorgan, R. Ncclc}

B R 0 J T.

Randolph, B. Robbms Rogers,R.R}e Sherwood, C. Waitt \\cndling, \Irs. l.d\\ards Adams, T. Bishop

l·. J. T. D. K.

Bradley, G. Carmack Charlton, S. Counts I· oley,P.I urnas Gibson, D.llead H1sle, B. Hor\Cman

A. T. T. K. G.

Lamb, T. Lamb \hiler, L. :\litchcll Parson. B. Price Purkey, T . Rigney Rus\Cll, :-.1. Rye

J R. R C J.

Stapleton. R. St. John Stoner, D. \Vilder Andres. D. Bailey Barnett. J. Bh the Bourne. J . Campbell

K. T. T. B. R.

Co\. . Esselman Farley. T. Hardin, Hatton, D. Hensley Holland worth, D. Hughes lsaacs.S. J oncs

E. D. R T D

:\lalicotc, P \!orris Osborne. G. Randolph Ricke}. S. hafcr Slatterv. S. \\alkcr \\est, K. Wood


T. K T V L

Arnold. T . Bauer Brunton, R. Cullison I dgington, L. Lssclman I rost, P. Gtbbs Gilliam, D. Greene

D. Hcnslc~, J. llildebrccht R. Huftinan, K. Leach S. :\Ialone}, D. Matter Montag, R. Morgan J. Richard~. B. Ritchie Todd, J. Treadway Van\ inkle, D. Webb Buckland, L. Carter Dmcall, M. Parley J. Haltom, D.llarmon P 1 R M.

A. Hawkins, J. Htckey D. Hollandsworth, A. Jones l~. Lamb, R. Lamb A. Le\~i., \I. Littler K. Miranda, R. Patton

1. R K (. C.

Pope. J. Pottenger Rtdinger, D. aylar Sharp, E. Smith Snell, R. Stoner Walters, Bennett

KINDERGARTEN K. D B S R

Berry, M Bunnell Carter, S Cherryholme Couch, J Dakin Griffeth. A. Hannah Harmon, S. Huffman

D Johnson, D. Johnson J Jones, T. Jones Kidd, J. Lamb P. Ltttlcton, . Macinnis J . 1cl¡arland, G. Miller

J. T. T. C R.

:\1itehell, 1. Mullens Osborne, J. Patton, Patton, E. Ponder Powell, Sheehan Stapleton, :\1. Vint

Ashmore, J. Ballard Banas. B Barber Bauer, S. Bost Bromagcn, V. Clark J. Charlton, D. Combs

S. 1. D. C.

C. Coffman. C. l lliot T. H T. S.

I rancisco, C. Gro ¡s Hiscy,D.Horn Jones, J. McDonald Mcl 'arland, J . eeley

C. G. R. A. V.

Overbee, L. Palko Polly, J. Purkey Purkey, J . Rice Russe ll, P. Scherer Smith, J. Vanderpool

D. Wilkerson, R. Wilkerson T. Woods






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