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1972 SPARTAN VOLUME V WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL


From a quiet moment by one elf to a roaring a mbly led by an oldy but goody cheerleader . In the evening there' a basketball game, for tudent life doe n't end at 2:20 when the bell ring .

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From class to gospel rock to a pep assembly . . . Student Life-It's the 'alway there, but ever-changing' way at W.H..

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Working diligent!), whether at the books or in a car, is generally the rule, but there are orne variations. 1l1ere' the role of a detective, or ¡itting gracefully on a table. Or a few other distraction . . .

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SENIORS INITIATE FRESHMEN The annual initiation of the Freshmen was held again this ) ear with the center of attraction being the mudhole by the parking lot. The spectators gazed on, remembering their childhood days a the eniors made mud pies out of the Frc hmen. Other ingredients of these "pies" were pigs feet, eggs, and having cream. After a change of heart the Seniors decided to do the Freshmen a favor and ended the day by running them through the carwa h.

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HOMECOMING The attendants walked down the aisle formed by the Charioteer and the Marching Band. Pam was crowned by La Verne and then he received the traditional Homecoming Kiss from Monte. upper left-LaVerne Caudill, Pam Oick, Monte Bost, Marty Mayo upper right-Kathy Bana , Brian Jordan lower left-Vicki Lainhart, Mark Nelson lower right-Karen Borgerding, Doug Jordan Senior Representatives: Diane Crabtree, Ralph Perdue, Barb Bradley, Willard Perdue, haron Hickey, Jeff Prewitt

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DANCE The 1971 football sea on wa highlighted by a return of the annual Homecoming Dance. teve Kirk, one of the WING Lively Guys, entertained the tiny turnout with hi wacky sense of humor, wide smile, and collection of records to which very few would dance.

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TRIBUTE

TO FOOTBALL PARENTS Even though orne boy had more victorie than other , each and every parent walked with pride becau e they knew their on (or daughter) had worked a hard a the next.

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IT RAINED. IT WAS COLD. IT WAS

POINT FOR THE FRESHMAN-SENIOR

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FUN. IT WAS A LOSS BY ONE

TEAM. IT WAS POWDER PUFF-1971

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"THE OTHER WISE MAN" The Dreamer ...................... Barbara Bradley Artaban .................................... Alan Bernard Abgaras .................................... Ralph Perdue Tigranes .................................... Randy Lamb Beor .........................................Jeff \Vendling Cyru ....................................... Bruce Ritchie Amo~ ....................................... :\fr. L. Blevin Hannah ....................................... Sylvia Cook 'arah .................................Karen Borgerding Ester .................................Debbie Alexander Roman Captain ...................... Bruce Ritchie Leah ........................................ Cindy \Varner Tamar ................................... Kenetta Counts Anna ....................................... Betty Johnson Judith ................................... Denise Hillman 1st Macedonian Soldier ......... Ralph Perdue 2nd :\facedonian oldier .....:\fark Earnhart


"THE MOUSE WHO DIDN'T BELIEVE IN SANTA" Squeaknibble .............. Cindy Sullivan Sniffwhiskers .................Bruce Ritchie Velvetpaws .....................Becky Young Tripalong ......................... Anne Boeck Mama Mouse ........... Delores Coffman Pete the Cat ................ Mark Earnhart Mr. Clock ........................ Randy Lamb Santa Claus .................... Ralph Perdue

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TO BASKETBALL PARENTS Again, the parents walk proudly.

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"'' cctheart s, lm crs C\ Cl)''' here, A smell of m eetne in the air, Dancing .md cnm ning are done there. 'Otc queen is n happ), 11tcrc arc tears on her face, E' Cl) girl \\ants to take her place. The dance is O\'er, 11tc decorations come do" n, Out of all the faces, there isn't a frown!


SUGAR 'N'

SPICE The Junior and Senior cia ses moved farther away from chool thi year by holding the Banquet and Prom at the Manchester Inn in Middletown. The reading of the Cia s Prophecy, History, and Will and Testament entertained everyone, and the delicious food was enjoyed by all.

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. . . AND EVERYTHING NICE

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Buying a ticket, enjoying the music, cro\\-lling a queen, and maybe a little dancing all added up to a memorable evening at the \tanchester Inn in Middletown. The 1972 Prom Queen was Freda Sturgill, escorted by Willard Perdue.

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FR DA A, D WILLARD DA ·cE THE TRADITIO~AL

QVEE:\''S DA CE.


After the prom was the after-prom at the Dixie-Bowl, where many enjoyed billiards, bowling, and buffet.

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AWARDS PRESENTATION 'iational Anthem ...................WHS Band Pledge of Allegiance ..............Jim Goode "Thundercrest ~larch" .........WHS Band 3.5 and Above ....................... ~fr. E. Pack Cia Officer Awards ............ \tr. E. Pack tudent As.\istant Awards ...........Facultv Outstanding Freshman A\vard ... Liz Seff District Awards ............................ Facultv Crisco Award ........................ ~frs. Con lev ~fusic Awards ........................ ~fr. Blevir{s F.T.A. Awards ................... ~trs. Hartsock Libran Awards ................ ~frs. Robimon Alma ~later ............................ WHS Band

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IOOth COMMENCEMENT

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BACCALAUREATE May 21 , 1972 - 2:00P.M.

PROCESSIO'IAL

. . "Clayton's Grand March" . . . . .

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Rev John Osborne Fmt Baptt>t Church

" Let It Be"

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"There ts a Foe Ahead" • . . Waynesvtlle Untted MethodiSt Church

" lmposstble Dream"

Rev L L. Young

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Rev. Walter L. Lamb Corwm Pentecostal Church

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COMMENCEMENT May 21, 1972 - 8:00P.M. PROCESSIONAL.

"Pomp and C~rcumstance"

INVOCATIO'i,

Band Fathtr Joseph H. Lutnle'r

St. Augustine Cathohc Church WELCOME . .

Ralph Perdue

CO·SALUTA TO JUAN . "The Htghway to the Stars" "Concord Overture" CO·SALUTATORIAN VALEDICTORJAN

Daryl Edwards Band

"We ever Stop Learmng"

Anne Shutts

"Reaclung Out for the Future"

Susan Thtll

PRESENTATION OF AWARDS. PRESE TATIO OF CLASS

Paul C Schwamberger Erwtn B Pack

PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS BE EDICTIO

Board of Education The Rev. Harold Deeth

St. Marr's Eptscopal Church RECESSIO AL

"Proud Hentage" . •

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FOOTBALL


\Vhen Coach Harvey put out the first call for the 1971 season of Waynesville High School football, many veterans of pre\ ious seasons \\¡ere missing. But the coaches and boys worked diligently and came up with an injury-bound team. '\inc boys were off the roster with injuries by the season's end, but not before posting the large t win ever for \\ H -a 44 point \'l-in over Clinton-~ta ie.

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VARSI1Y FOOTBALL TEAM Fir.t Row Bob Keller, Hit·k '-likora, Jell Ratmc~. (,m Edward,, \I uri.. btrnhart, Jim 1\:rrthlrr, Jrfl '-11\er,, \I uri.. H~r, 'J um '-lluHip, Jdl Prr\\ itt, \larl.. Horrnee, Ed Culli,on, \\ illard Perdue, Hal ph Perdue, John Porterfield, Rod Hidtard' <.,rrond Row-Tim Carne,, \like Hatfield, Barr~ ( rahtree, Dale Bow man, \\ arren \terri,, Hip Porterfield, Bruce June,, Tim H~an , \\ rnddl Coul.., Bmce Amc\, Jeff Hichanh, Doug Hatliff, Jeff \forgan lltird Row-Dale Cool.., Tim '-lhoup, Rail([} \\hi taker, Ton~ De\\ inc, Tim Ban a\, Jell \\inn, Hon llo,kim, \Jar(· \\right, Buck hon Fourth Row-Coachc~ Haney and Gerard, \lonte Bo\t, Ed hon, Coachc\ Dietz, '-lcigel, and Tigner, Dan \lcCioud, Kc' in Conle}

FRESH~1AN

FOOTBALL TEAM

Fir.t How: Coadt Dietl, Ted Borgl•rding, ( hri' Plummer, Larr~ Frantz, \lil..e Jonc' Second Ro" : Hon Blach,ell, Tern lro"', l.u~d Crump, \larl.. Cornett · Third How: Tom Dunkin, Tom Hicke\, Jeff\\ at kin,, Dan \\ah.'>um, R. Roark ·

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Although Coach Hooper could not improve on the previou year' record, he did improve hi team greatly. :\1any times the game was won by the opposition in the last few econd of the game as the partan team proved that it could take on any team, any time.

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\liKE II \RT<,OCh. DOl(. O'B\\10\ <,TF\ E JO\E<, DICh. O'B\ \10\ BOB Rl GGLE., \llh.E CO\IPTO\ \lA lUI. COR\ ETT <,Tt -\RT \I( Cl ll OCII jl\1 GOODE \llh.E ) Ol \(, PIIIL II \R\10\ BOB GR\11 \\I JEFF BE\\ER \I \RK FLORE\( E RO~ }\\IE.,

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TENNIS F.A.V.C. Right: partan ··rad,ett•cr," mel'l O.,tan <,n1ith, numher one ranl..ed ,\merican.

Above: Leah gi'es " Little Rod" some last minute imtructiom before the championship match.

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CHAMPS

After a disappointing loss to Lebanon, the \Vaynesbille netters ran off fifteen consecutive "ictories, en route to the F.A.V.C. championship. Individual record for the year were as follows: Benner, 13-0; Graham, 13-3; Atkins, 16-0; Bargo, 9-3; Lamb, 114; Bowman, 13-3; Richards, 9-6; and Dumford, 2-3.

Front: Dale Bo"man, Rand~ Lamh, Jdf Benner, "Little Rod" Richard\, Larr~ Bar~o. Bacl..: Coach Bro\\er, llarr~ Dumford, (,reg Atl..im, Boh Graham.

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FIRST RO\\: Dou~ O'Banion, Jim luca\, Ste'c Jonc' .,ECO'\D RO\\: Tom .,houp, Tim \\ ood, Ste'e l.e\la\tcr, Jeff \lorgan, \lark .,tanltâ&#x20AC;¢,, Tim 'lhoup TlliRD RO\\: \lark llurentc, Boh h.eller, \1 il..c Compton, Barr~ llarhock, Ted Borgerding, Die!.. O'Banion FOl RTII RO\\: \l;lllagen \It( ulloth and .,mall"ood

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TRACK

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INTRAMURALS

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G.A.A. FIELD DAY On the afternoon of ~tay 4th, the annual G.A.A. Field Day was held. Ignoring the cold, crisp air, the girl enjoyed thernselve a they ran and hopped and crawled while trying to win fir t place ribbons.

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-\lxl\c: J oe llcndcr'>1111, \\ e., l(â&#x20AC;¢rn Star 'I port\ Editor, Jim Goode

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SPRING SPORTS AWARDS

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CHEERLEADERS

VARSilY Gail I hi\\ kim Pam Clicl.. Pam llcltcrhridlc Barh BradJc, ll.atll\ Pattoi1 Dchhic Diamond

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\Jan Pringle \ icki l~tinhart ">mie Johmon Dehhie Grim

FRESHMAN Chri' \\ altl'r' Julie \h,,her Tere'><l llelterhridlt¡ Charlene Caudill ">hern Haim

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G.A.A.ME TIME During th year the girl active in G.A.A. had fun playing volleyball, basketball, oftball, and other game . ow you play a game and match the names below to the picture at the right. Chri\ \\alter\, Cathie\ int, "a~ .hull\, Jeannine Baile, , Dehhie llarri\, G"en Perdue, Teri Ilart\ock, :\larilp1 '>mith, Julie \lo\her, \anc\ \lcFadden, \orma .\le,ander, \lr\. lli\e\·, Loretta Earnhart, Be' Clak, Pam llelterbridle, Pam T:l\ lor, Barh Bradle,, \I on a omll\, Cind~ <,ullh an, Jo~ce Englitnd, Karen \ 'incent, Ro\C Lindauer, Delore\ llo\kin\, Carol Brook.\, Larona Bogg,, Linda Knedler, \anc~ Thill, mie John\on, Linda <,ti' er\, Pat \\l1itnc, , Charlene Caudill, Rita Landauer, .\nn BOeck_ Pc~ Gric\hop, Dona Dunkin, Gail lla" kin\, .,and' \an Horn, 'lharon Rohimon, 'lharon Blc,'im, Tcrc\a Drai\, Jane Doe, onnic Elli\, \lelod, Diamond, <,man Dellard, Linda Grimm, ·E, el) n Camphell, Teri 'lackett, Carol~ n Orndorf, Jud.' R~c. 01en I Green, Leah Buckle, Cinch \\at kim, Domia llulrman, Bridget De\\ i'no, 'l) h ia ook_ Freda turgill, '>hern Raim, Dori\ \Jerri\, Barb Koch, Rae bni1 Da' i\, Cind\ \\arncr, >\nita Le\ an, 'lhc'rn Rohin,on, Te· re\a llelterhridle.

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CHORUS Fir.t Ro": 1\.atln Lamh, G\H'n Perdue, Cathie \ int, 'n h ia Cool.., \me\, Tim \o" lin, Dona Dunkin, Deni\e D:n i\, \luna ( omh,, I reda 'ltur~ill 'leconcl Ro": Carol BrooJ...,, France' '~tamper, Ruth Bri~g,, Dorotln Brigg,, Rand' \\ood, Ken Pt'ler.,, Jame' Baile,, Hand~ l.amh, Linda h.nedler: Liz 'It'll 1l1ircf Ro\\: Pam Ta~lor, 'lllilron \lcFarland, Joan Thill, Jeannine Baile~. Doug Palmer, .\lan Bernard, 'lman Thill, Pam llelterhridle, Teri 'lacl..ctt, 'lmie \\orl..man Fourth Ho": Dehhie llil·l..man, 'lamh \lea~er, Charlie \I elton, Gl•or~e D:n i\, Connie Elli'>, \·icl..i Cra,cralt, Jeri \"imon, \lelod~ Diamond, \lr. Ble' im


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W.H.S. MARCHING BAND

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MAJORETTES Liz Self, Su'>an Thill, Chen I llamm, Freda Sturgill, Deni'>c Hillman ·

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THE CHARIOTEERS

Fir,t Ro"-Jud' II oiling'" orth, Rita Lindauer, herri Rohimon, Tt•ri '>ackett, ..,mie \\orkman, Jud~ \lcFadden, \laril~n ..,mith, Pam Ta,lor, ..,haron Rohimon "rcond Ro" -'>and, \an Horn, Jud\ Fricke, '>man \laiO\, \ant'\ \lcFadden, Cat In Balir, J..atln ln~am, \lidwlle ThomJNln, ..,haron Hicke' Third ·Row-Joan TI1ill, Leah Buckle, Claudia \Iiller, haron Ble' in,, Barh Carter, Peg~{' Grie\hop, Roherta Thiele · Fourth Row-Be' C'lark, "rcond Lieutenant; Jackie \!organ and Diane Crabtree, Cadet Captaim; Cind~ \\ atkin,, \\arrant Officer

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The 1971-72 Charioteers, under the direction of ~1rs. Pam Pursiful, marched at football and ba ketball games and also competed in several Drill Team Imitationals. They \\ere awarded first, second, third, and fourth place trophies. Diane Crabtree was given 'best captain' award at the Xavier Vnhersity Invitational and the Dayton Mall Invitational. 'he \\as also \Oted 'Charioteer of the Year' by the other members of the corps.

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THE BOOK

MAKERS MR. CHURKO-Advisor TIM BARNEY-Editor SUSAN THILL-Co-Editor SHARON BURSEY DENISE DAVIS CHERYL GREEN CATHIE VI T ANNE SHUIT NANCY THILL ANITA LEVAN ALA BERNARD RANDY WOOD

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Rita Lindauer baron Hicke, Alan Bernard· Jackie Davidson R06e Lindauer l\'anc\ Thill Be• Clark Delores Hoskins Barb Sesslar Roxena Burgess te•e a•·age Karen Borgerding

I.O.E. Wanda Peak Doris ~1erris \1iss Pat )ones Barb Sesslar , baron Hicke' Delores Hoskin Bev lark Rita Lindauer Roxena Burgess Rose Lindauer Cindv Watkins l\'anC', Thill Gail hawkins barron Cornett Jud~ parks

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'-.7 OFFICER ·, Paul 'io" lin, Pres.; Ed \1o~he r, \ice-Pres.; Gail Ila"kins, Secretan; \la rk RYe, Trea\urer SE. IORS: Pam Click, \lark 'Florence, · Cind' Watkins, Smie Workman · Jl':\'IORS: Gus Edwards, Ron James, Kath) \ladi\on, Stuart ~fcCulloch

SOPIIO\IORES: Ann Boeck, EHI) n Carnphell, De nise Da,is, Boh Porterfield FRESH\IE:\ : \like Jone~, Jeff Li'ingston, Torn Ricke) , Jeff Watkins

During the '71-'72 chool year the tudent Council rented a pop machine for the students for after school activitie . The Council also had everal exchanges with other high schools and sponsored a movie for the student

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HONOR SOCIETY OFFICER'!: l..arr) Bargo, Pre\.; Anne 'lhutl\, \ice路 Pre\.; '\anC) Thill, ~cretan; \\and a Peak, Trea\urer SE:'I.IOR'I: Tim Barm!) , Dan I Ed"ard\, Jan llargett, Teri llart\ock, De路 lore llo\kim, Linda Knedler, Darlene L' nch, Rod Richard!., 路 :\farih n C,mith, Su\an Thill JL'\IORS: Alan 'Bernard, Karen Borgerding, :\fike Borgerding, Carol Brook!., Ph) IIi\ Carter, \fike Compton, Tere\a Drai~, Jim Goode, Cher) I llamm, Deni\e Hillman, 'lu\ie John\On, Lori Labhle\, Glenna \fa\llard, tuart \fcCulloch, Debbie Purke), StE!ve Savage, Li:i Self, Richard Sharp, Pam Ta) lor, Diane We\t SOPHO\fORES: Bruce Arne\, Ann Boeck, Ron Buxton, E,ef)n Camphell, Kevin Conic,, Deni\c Da'i~, Bridgit De\Hne, Dona Dunkin, Jud) Fricke, Rick Hazen, Bart Heath, Karen Isaac\, '\'anq \fcFadden, 'land) :\forgan, Jame\ Orndorf, Doroth' Peters. Jud, R,e, Karen \incent, Cath) \ int, Caf) \'telb 路

This ye:tr the Wayne Chapter of the ational Honor ociety ponsored an Arkansas La sie vs WH faculty basketball game, inducted .hirty-two new member , revised it constitution, and handled the Academic Awards Day program.

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library Workers TOP RO\\: 'land\ \ anllorn, Denece Thomp;on, ]elT) Wil on, Glen \fcKeehan, '\ovella John;on, ~farih,1 mith, G"en Perdue BOlTO\f ROW : Kim Link, Chcnl Green, Tim ~o.... lin, Freda 'lturgill ¡

D.C.T. Ed ulli\on, Ron Roark, Jc\\C Copa\, Ron 0\borne, Mike Hawkin;, Courtne) Stamper, Gar) Hnner, Paul 'io..,.lin, Darrel Coffman, \fike Hatfield, David :\fcador, Clinton Elam, Richard Jones, Tom '\o" lin, \\ illard Perdue

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Future Secretaries?? \\anda Peal.., Rae L\ nn Da' h, lm;an Workman, ~man Thill,' .'ianc' Thill, Rob· erta ~tucker!, \larih n Smith, Teri Hart· ;ocl, Jan Ilargett, Rita Lindauer

O.W.E. Chuck Ward, Ra) mond Brown, Darr) I Ridinger, Bob Woolridge, Gerald Li' ing;ton Phillip Lamb, Robert Brigg;, Mr. \1)ers, \1ike Kirb), Tim Ilender.on

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Bruce Ritchie, Business .\fanager Barb Bradle\, Busine ~fanager Monte Bost, Vice-President Freda ~turgill , ' cretary-Treasurer Ralph Perdue, President

Ron Amold Greg Atkins l..arT) Bargo Tim Barne)

Jeff Benner Monte Bost Barb Bradley Beâ&#x20AC;˘erh Buchanan

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Roxena Burgess Debbie Campbell Bev Clark Pam lick

Darrell Coffman Jesse Copas Brian Cornett Sharon Cornell

Keneeta Counts Diane Crabtree Ed Cullison George Davis

Ham Dumford Mark Earnhart

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Grant Edgington Dan I Edwards lin'ton Elam teve Elder

Mark F1orence Bob Graham Jan Hargett Cheljl Rart

Teri Hartsock Mike Hat6eld Gail Hawkins Mike Hawkins

Pam Helterbridle haron Hickev E~erett ' Hollandsworth Delores Hoskins

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teve Jones unda Knedler

Jim Keethler Anita LeVan

Rita Lindauer Rose Lindauer Janice Linville Jim unville

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Rodne\ Lute Darlene Lynch

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Charlotte Maloney haron McFarland

David Meador Doru Merris Jackie Morgan Ed fosher

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Eugene Neace Paul owlin

Tom owlin Dick O'Banion

Ronnie Osborne Wanda Peak

Ralph Perdue Willard Perdue Kenm Peters John ·Porterfield

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Chcnl Powell Jeff Pre" itt Rod Richards Jim Rickett

Bruce Ritchie Ron Roark hem Robinson Mark. R)e

Diane Savage Lukin Servis Barbara Sesslar Aaron haw

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Tom Shoup Ann Shutts \1arilvn 'lmilh ~fiXe \rnith

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Roberta tucker! Freda turgill

Denece Thompson Ca)la Thompson onna Tinnc' Barbara Walters

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Ramona \\ ardlow Cind\ \\atl..im Jeff \Vendling

Class ong: "We've Only Ju t Begun" Class Motto: "We've only just begun to live" Class Colors: Orange & Black & White Class Flower: Orange Ro e

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JUNIORS CLA S OFFICERS

Ron Jame\, Pre'>ident; Bob Ruggle\, \ice-Pre;ident; Jeff Ram\e~, Bmine'-S \tanager; Beck' \oung, Bmine,; \tanager; Ph)llis Carter, Secretar); Liz If, Treasurer

Debbie Ale~ander :'l.orrna Alexander 'icl.. Am~ Jeannine Baile) 'rim Banas Pam Barrett

Alan Bernard Karen Borgerding \like Borgerding Harold Bo"'ser Carol Brooks Pb) IIi\ Carter

Dclor~ Coffman \like Compton Dale Cook Can Cook <,,l;ia Cook David ornett

Rae Lnlll Davi' Debbie Diamond Da'e Dick TerC\a Drais \tart\ Dumford 'Iiane) Dunnington

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Gus Edward Brenda FarJe, Mike Garrett' Jim Gibson Frank Head Tim Henderson

Debbie Hickman Denise Hillman Ron Hoskins Cvnthia Huffman Ron James Belt) Johnson

s~n John on Doug Jordan Bob l<eller Lori Laishle' Jeff Lamb ' ~fark LAmbert

Rand' Lamb Dave-Lace' teve Lemaster John Lewis Gerald Livingston Kim Link

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\'emon Gollihugh Jim Gomph ~u~ie G"in Chenl Hamm Phil ilannon Keith Harri'>on

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Stuart Me ulloch \lcFadden harles ~felton Da,id :\Iefton Tim \Iiller Donna !'ieace

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Doug O'Banion David Ohler Kath, Patton Tim 'Praeter ~lan Pringle Ronnie Pummill

Debbie Purke' te'e Raines ¡ Jeff Ramse\ Jim Randolph Lam Ra, Jerr) Reed

\!arlene Rice Darryl Ridinger Donna Robimon haron Robin~on Hazel Rogers

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Penny Roger\ \fike' Roller Bob Ruggles Teri Sacliett te~e Sa,age UZ Self

Richard harp Rick ikora

Richard immons Tom 路impson

Jes!>e 路mith Cath' Sullivan

Pam Tador Darlene' Thiele

Sand\ Van Horn Diane \\ e>t

Jerry Wihon Jeff\\ inn

Rand, \\ood

Bobb~ \\oolridge

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SOPHOMORES Danm Aker; Debbie Allen Bruce Arne; Bob Angel James Baile) bon Baldwin

Cath, Blair

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Ann Boeck Dale Bowman Doroth) Briggs Raymon Brown

Leah BuclJe Ron Bu,ton E'elp1 Campbell Tim ames Barbara arter \'llilbur hristian

John Coffman Kevin Conle, Wendall Cook Tim Cornett Virlene ounts Ham rabtree

CLAS OFFICER Bob Porterfield, Pre<.ident \\"ilbur Chri tian, Vice-Pre;ident Dale Bo"man Bu>. \fan. Dona Dunkin, Secretan Connie Re)'llold\, Bus. \fan. ;\lark Bledsoe, Treaâ&#x20AC;¢urer

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Vicki Cra\ craft Lo\d Cru.mp Jruiet Crutchfield ~fike Dakin Denise Da~i; Bridget De~ine

Tom De~ine Doria Dunkin Paul Elder Ga~ Eldridge Rhonda E"ans Te~ Fannin

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Ga~ Hampton Rand\ Hatfield Rick ·Hazen Bart Heath Ste' e Heinlein Rand~ Hillman

Chri; Hi;e\ Rick llobb; Jud~ Holland;" orth Donna HulTman Katln Ingram Karen haac;

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\oH~IIa John;on

Bru{'{' Jone\ \like Kirll\

Vicki Liinhart Kathy Limb

Chrish L\Tich Jen: ~falcomb

Shannon .\falone\ Dann) .\fcCioud¡

'\anc\ .\fcFadden Glenn McKeehan

Greg Miller Willie .\filler

Jeff \forgan Sand) \forgan

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Joettia \1orrow Mark elson Jame<. Omdorf boug Palmer Daâ&#x20AC;˘e Penrod

Gwen Perdue Doroth) Peters Kitty Phelps Robert Porterfield Robert Pressl)

Connie Reynolds Doug Ratliff Danm Rice Jeff Richards Ann Robinson

Tim Ryan Judie Rye }.tike R,e Tim houp Marilyn lattef)

Danm mith Mark ' tanle, Donna Sturgill Joan Thill Pink) Turner

Karen Vincent Jeri inson Cath) Vint Jim Walters Charles \ ard

Gan Weltz Ran{h Whitaker Teff)' Wright Marena York Pam Young

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FRESHMEN 'teve Ames l11eresa ndres Jame. Baile, kathie Banas Robert Black"" ell David Blair

haron Blevins Eveln1 Bhthe Greg Blythe Larona Boggs Ted Borgerding \1ike Bradle)

Ruth Briggs Rodne\ Bro\vn haror~ Burse\ Jack Carmacl:. bick Carter harlene Caudill

Dale Coffman Jeff Coffman Julia Coker bcbbie ole :\tona ombs June Cook

\lark Cornett Vicki Dakin Jackie Davidson Rand, Dellard usar1 Dellard \felod) Diamond

CLASS OFFICER \1ike Jones, President; Julie \tosher, \'ice-President; June Cook, Secretan; Roberta Thiele, Treasurer; Jeff livingston, Business Manager

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Tom Dunkin Loretta Earnhart Connie Ellis Joyce England Cam Frantz Larry¡ Frantz

Sandra Frye Dru Gilliland Nicola Compf Peggy Creishop Linda Grim Greg Cross

Pam Cwin Deborah Harris :\eil Ha-..kins Teresa Helterbridle Teresa Hoskins

Vanessa Hoskins

Kenneth Hough Tem Irons I...arr) Johnson Charles Jones Mike Jones

Torn Jone Brian Jordan Barbara Koch Angela Lamb Melinda Lamb Tommy Lamb

Ra,mond Lewis LeSter Linville Jeff Livingston Robbie Lute usan Malo, Christi Martin

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\\end\ \fartino Curtis· \fa, nard Tim \tcCulloch ;\nthom \fcKee-er Sand\ \teager Claudia \filler

Julie \fmher Tim '\o,•lin Carolvn Orndorf Richard Peak Keith Penrod 01ri!. Plummer

Damn Powell Arlie Randolph hem Rain; Tem· Reed Toni Ricke\ Rheda Ril{l1e~

Donna Roark Rodne\ Roark Belindit Rosell Russell Ruse Karen Ru~sell Greg Scott

Dorthea Shutts Pam . impson Frances Stamper te\e 'tanle\ unda StiHr. Kevin Stone

Roberta Thiele Brian Thompson Michele Thompson Brenda Todd Linda Todd Da,;d Wahsum

haron Wallace Chris \\alter Raymond Walters Jeff Watkins Patricia Whitne) Cind) Wical

Denise York

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ADMINISTRATION WAY E LOCAL CHOOL BOARD DAVE II RTSO K, Prc\ident ROBERT BER ARD, \icc-Pre idcnt TO\ f HATT01\ JOHN B R'\E\ HAROLD Pl RKE\ Gn BLRROLGIIS, Clerk

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HEALTH & PHYS. ED.


MATH & SCIENCE

SOCIAL STUDIES


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Eighth Grade ~f. dkim, C. le-.ander, E. AI· e-.ander, T . Am burg), K. An· dres, R. Baile), E. Baldw in , P. Bame\ , T. Ba rne\

C. Bellman, A. Berna rd, E. Bishop, B. Boal, C . Bradle\ , J . Brown, K. Brown, K . Bro"n, K. Brunton

L. Burge , D. hristian, A. lark, L. Click, L. Click, P. Col~in, M. Conle), T . Cooper, B. Couch

R. Co~ e, , B. rane, D . raw· ford, 0 . · Craycraft, " . reech, . Crump, B. Cullison, R. Dakin

K. Dunawa) , A. Elardo, '1 . El· der, R. Eldridge, l\1. Engle, M . Foster, D. Ff)e, C . Gibson •

. Gooch, P. Graham, C. Grim,

R. Hairfield, J. Hammonds, A. Hannah, R. Hasz, W . Hatfield, R. Heinlein

R. Hill, T. Hillman, D . Hockett, ·. Howard, . H ) mer, R. Ingram, . Jones, "1. Kelller, C . Kinsel

.\f. Knisle\, R. Lainhart, D. Lamb, L. "Lamb, T. Lamb, T. Lamb, M. Lamblin, D. Lemaster, K. Linebaugh

D. Li~ngston , J. Livingston, C . .\falicote, . \fcComa•, ~f. .\fcKeehan, D. .\f ercer, J. .\filler, R. .\filler, D. \forgan

J. .\forgan, J. \f orro", . .\f ()sher, D. !\eele) , .\f. :\"el on, T. ,:1/owlin , D. O ' Banion , J. O'Dell, F. Osborne

·. Parsons, W. Patton, . Peters, . Porterfield, . Pottinger, D. Price, ~- Pringle, R. Purke)

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Junior High


Richard~, C. Ridi· nger, J . Rigne), K. Robbim, 0. Robinson, R. Robimon, 0. Ru\· M!U, J. Ryan

K. Ratliff, V.

J. Rye, K. Shafer, 0 . harp, S. Sheehan, . Shutts, 0 . im· mons, C. impson, \1 . Skagg\, C . . 'mall wood

0 . Smith, J . <,mith, 8 . nodd), 0. Stubb, C. Sturgill, J . Thompson, 0. Tinn e), J . Wendling, S. Wientjes . Williams, D. Wilkerson, . Wood, C. \"t'ood, J . Wren, B. Vincent, B. Vinson, J . Webb

Seventh Grade B. Arnold, J. mbur~n, 0. Alex· ander, ·. Baile' , K . Baldwin, M. Banas, C. Bauer, J. Bauer, M. Begle)

L. Bixb, , .\1. Boeck, L. Broma· gen, Brown, J. Brown, 0 . Brown, 0 . Buckland, R. Baum· gardner, E. Burke

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0. Buxton, P. Campbell, T . Campbell, L. Carmack, T. Car· rier, M. Carter, R. Casebolt, C. Clark, D. Conle)

L. Cook, . Cook, C. Copas, .\1.

Couch, P. Couch, P. Co,, A. Davis, J. Elam, B. Es elman

f. Farle, , W. Flint, K. Fricke, 'r. Cadd, D. Garret, J. Geibel, C. Goode, Hawkins

T.

Cwin ,

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J. Hawkins, J. Hawkins, 0 . Hendrickson, J. Hillman, 0. Hise,, II. Hockett, B. Hoi· landSY>orth, \'. Hollands"orth, J. Hollands" orth

L. Horseman, ·. Hoskin , S. Huffman, L. Hughes, . llunt· stad, 0 . Johnson, J. Jones, P. Jones, R. Jordan

C. Kier, B. Koch, . Lamb, k . Lamb, K. Lamb, T. Lamb, V. Lambert, L. La" le , 0. McFarland

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C. Littler, T. Lund\, C. \tali· cote, A. \falo', C. \tcFaddcn, D. \terri\, D . \tiller, R. \filler, T. \titchell

\1. \foorc, B. \forgan, 1\.. \forgan, J. :\forgan, D. "'eace, A. ·eace, B. :\"ell, J. 0\borne, L. Pacl..

F. Peter\, T. Pierce, C. Ponder, D. Pope, 1\.. Pottinger, B. Pringle, D. Pringle, T. Reynold\, 1\.. Rice

S. Richards, '\. Richard>, K. Rigne\, P. Ru\h, C. Ru.,>o, R. t. John, L. ~If, S. 'ihafer, C. heft on

D.

houp, 1\.. 'iimmons, G. lone, C. Smith, L. Smith, B. Snod,, C. pencer, D. Streithorst, J. Stubb\

F. Titill, D. Thomp\on, J. Todd, D. Vimon, K. Walsh, \1. Walter\, J. Wampler, E. Whitmer, R. Wical

C. Wright, R. Wright

EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS Devela Robinson Cind) Kinsel Julie Rye Andrea Bernard

SEVE TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS

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Jennifer Hawkins Cindy Kier Lori Bixb, Chris helton


JR. HIGH TEAM

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Lam Click

Dale \tiller Benm Esselman Can 'Gibson Bill) Pringle David Hise\ Jamie Bauer Mike Banas mmy Brown ody Amburgy ony Amburgy Kurt Andre~ Ron Robinson Richard Casebolt

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EIGHTH BASKETBALL

GRADE

Kurt ndres Jay \\endling bale Russel David Morgan David Stubbs Doug Livingston John Hammonds David Vint Mr. Cessna, Coach Bob Baile\ Ron Cove\ Chris impson David O'Banion Rick Purke' Tony mburgy Scott \tartino TeiT) :-.lowlin

SEVENTH BA KETBALL

GRADE

Chris Littler Frank Thill Mr. Couch Ed Burke Tim Pierce Eric \\l1it ner Mark Boeck Mike Begley Jody Amburgy l\.tike Banas Jeff Hawkins Arnold Beckett Jack tubbs }.fr. Hatfield, Coach Richard Jordan Dale Mifler Kevin Walsh Jamie Bauer Benm Esselman Lam' mith

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lXTH GRADE \trs. \fan Ellen Lac\, C. An-

dr~ T. Bingo, .. Boal, D. BU'I.-

ton, C. Campbell, \ . Carter, K. Cohin, \1 . Cornell

S. Elder, C. Flint, S. Heath, . Helterbridle, T. Hofacker, L. llu~~. J . 1\.ier, T. Lamb, D. Lc\ta.-ter

R. \fcKeever, D. :-.ieacc, T. Patton, K. Purke), R. Randolph, \\ . Rathweg, L. Ru~h . S. Ridinger, Paul herer

II.. Seidl, R. harp, K . \uaght J. \\codling, S. Wisecup, B. Barrett, D. Barber, P. Banas, T. Alford

D. Begle), \ . Campbell, T. henoweth, T . Couch, T. Da\enport, L. Gib~on, J . Hockett, . Hough, J. haac~

E. Jones, R. Kronenberger, S. Lund, , R. \terri~, T. \fitchell, D. .\tiller, S. .\tohler, P. :-.iowlin, K. O' Dell

T. Patterson, P. Purken, B. Ra, , S. Robimon, R. Smith, A. ScOtt, L tamper, T. Thorton, . Wilkerson

D. Wahsum, P. owlin, Mr. Darrel Watson, T. Amburg) , A. Ames, .\f. Borgerding, A. Brown, \ . ampbell, K. Cales

D. offman, rane, R. Davis, T. Francisco, T. Grill, C . Hansard, D . Heinlein, E. Hue), C. Irons

C. Kruer, T . Lainhart, R. Lamb, T. Lamb, ·. Lamblin, C. Longacre, .\1. eel), L. Purkey, K. Ramse)

D. Rathweg, F. Robinson, D. Shenlde, J. Thompson, C. TinOC\ , D. \'aught, .\f. \\ood, .\tr. Lti'cien Hatfield, .\-1 . Anderson

D. Ballard, A. Bennett, R. Briggs, C. Bunnell, ·. Clinehen, B. ombs, ·. Compton, J. Da\idson, . Fl') e

EI ~EMENTARY


G. George, C. Grice, E. Hairfield, D. Hannah, K. Howard, D. Ingram, K. Lamb

L. Lander, R. Linebaugh, MeUott, K, Miller, G. Oney, Patton, S. Perry

J. D.

S. Ratliff, '\f. Rosh, G. mith, M. Simpson, R. Thompson, D . Walter , R. Wallace, D. Williams,

FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Helen Vanderpool, B. Aycock, P. Branneck, linehens, R. opas, 路. ouch, M. Elliot, '\f. Farle) , D. Kramer

P. Gibbs, L. Gillian, T. Hardin, A. Hawkim, E. Jones, R. Lamb, . Malone), G. Malocote, J. Donald

J.

feeker, L. Mitchell, C . .\iontag, D. Osborne, J. Pottenger, R. Richards, . Roark, D. Robbin, D. hinkle

J. Bourne, D. \ ebb, D. Wahsum, D. West, Mrs. Dorothy Perry, J. Alexander, T. Bennet, K. Brunton, B. Burke

J. Carter, T. Coffman, D.

oleman, J. Cornell, C. Esselman, T. Fofe,, G. Gates, D. Greene, K. HaU'

J. Haltom, D. Head, B. Isaacs, R. Kronenberger, 路. Lamb, L. Marriott, L. Mortin, D. Matter, . Mohler

R. , eeley, M. Pope, B. Randolph, B. Robbins, M. R)e, . Shaffer, R. t. John, B. mith, J. Vinson

f. Wendlin , Mrs. Ellen Gadd, Adams, . D. Bhb), Ble~ins,

J. Campbell, D. Fisher, K.

J. Coole

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路. Counts, D. Dee , D. England, 路. Fritts, B. Gompf, R. Gulling, D. Ha z, D. Hollandsworth, R. Isaac

T. Lamb, M. Littler, K. Miranda, C. Montag, D. Morgan, W. Morris, . Osborne, P. Poole, J. Richard


T. Rigne~ , R. Roell, J. Ru\\ell, K. Sharp, N. Simp\on, . Sim· pson, L. To\\mend

. \\alter.., D. White, \1r . Jane Franci co, T. Arnold, E. Atkin.\, R. Bo.\t, R. Buckland, C. Coffman

Z. ouch, E. Elardo, P. Furnas, H. Gorsuch, K. C rice, R. Hall, J. Hicke), B. Johnson

B. Jones, C . Lm ch, K. \ladi· son, f. Mitch ell, P. Morris, R. Pre le) K. Purke), B. Ritchie

R. Ricke), R. Rogers, C. a) lor, T. 'latten , K. h elto n, M . pencer, • . Thompson, C . \ altz

FOURTH GRADE f. Adkins, M. Banas, B. Barber,

~1. Bishop, D. Campbell,

. 01erryhomes, R. Clark, A. Coffman, J. Dakin

C. Elliot, B. Frye, B. Cwin, C . llogg, C. Isaacs, L. Keller, E. Lamb, . Lamb, D . Maynard

K. Meadows, C. Polh , V. Ray, J. Rice, C. hlegef, E. im· pson, J . tout, P. Todd, K. Wical

T. Woods, R. kers, L lford, R. Baiely, B. Baker, C. Bromage!l, D. Carter, B. Couch, D. F1mt

C. Fritts, . Ceorge, D. Hall, B. IloUindsworth, B. Horseman, R Huffman, T. Jones, R. Kronenberger, D. Lamb

K. Lemaster, J. McDonald, C . Miller, W. eace, L. Palko, J. Patton, M. Poole, B. Price, M. Seidl

. mith, J. Snod' , S. tephens, K. Wood, D . W'ilkerson, Mrs. )lvia Wardlow, . Atkins, T. Bauer, T. Bishop

C. Brannock, L. arter, S. Clark, C. Conle) , 1. Creech, T. Dees, T. Farle) , M. Crice, A. Hannah,


S. Huffman, D. llughe~, D. Johnson, M. Jones, C. Karman, A. Lamb, \'. Leyes, S. Lamb.

T. 0\bome, R. Parsons, C. Powell, R. Purke), P. Scherer, C. heehan, V. Smith, J. Vanderpool

C. Winsted, C. York, Mrs. Pack, J. Ballard, . Bennet, . Bradley, D . Campbell, T. Francisco

C. Cross, R. Harmon, K. Hisle, D. Hollandsworth, T . Huey, D . Johnson, J. Jone~, !'1.. Kidd

t

Lamb., C. Lamblin, J. Mitchell, 'eele) , C. Overbee, M . Peters, . Prewitt, R. Ridinger,

R. Rye, . ·amples, C. Snead, C. nell, J . Stapelton, B. Taylor, M. Vint, . Wampler, Wright

TIURD GRADE Mrs. Courtney, B. Alford, B. Balling, . Borgerding, T . Brown, L. Burse), R. Campbell, T. Coleman, D. Davis

C. Davenport, D. Edwards, L. Esselman, . Gooch, M. Helterbridle, K. Hepner, R. Isaac, R. Johnson, K. Kni le)

R. Kroneberger, R. Livirtgston, C. ~fa)1le, T. Phipps, . Pope, S. Price, D. 'immons, D . izelove, T. pencer

D. Washum, A. Wisecup, Mr . Click, ·. Anderson, R. Banas, M. Benner, ~f. Bunnel, Burke, D. Comb .

T. Dils, D. Edwards, . Field , M. Fox, f. Cibb , D. Han ard, T. Harrison, L. Heinlein, B. Hisle

M. Jaegar, R. Karman, P. Lancfer, M. McDonald, D. Mercer, C. Patterson, J. Purkc), \t. Rye, J. Seidl

R. tapleton, T. tephens, R. Taylor, A. Warldow, Mrs. o;1e, M. Adams, K. Bern, Carter, D. ornett ·


J. Couch, J. Elardo, K. Fox, J.

Fl), P. Garrett, \1 . Chearing, T. Hawk, Howard

. Hollandsworth, C.

C. Howard, L. Jauger, P. Koehler, D. Lamb, . McFarland, E. M r, D. 'eele), K, Parson, C. Penrod

E. Ponder, D. Rains, A. Ru sell, B. ¡rnith, J . Watkin , J. White, V. Wood, Mrs. kaggs, D. Anderson

D. Blair, . Bost, T. Brown, P. Carter, \1. Davis, . Edsall, T. Fergu on, .\1. Gillian, D. Culling

H. Hise) , K. Hogan, D . Horn, .lsaa , T. Kelh , C. Laird, M. Lawless, P. Meriis, R. .\1organ

T. Patton, . Pettit, K. Randolph, R. Roark, R. Robbins, T. irnpson, L. nell, .\1 . Vaught, M. White Second Grade Mrs. Cook, . Arnold, P. Bernard, M . Bolling, . Cambell, D. Chattin, B. Clark, ¡. Coleman, \ . Cook

D. Dunkin, L. Elder, C. Flint, M. Cadd, D. Head, B. Horn, T. Lewis, \1. Litler, T. L)nCh

J. Malicote, J . Meeker, K. eace, B. Peters, J.

~1iller, D.

Powell, M. Richards, . Roark, P. herer

mith, Mrs. Ferguson, . J. Brigg , C. Cherryhotffies, B. Clark, P. Cullison, A. Dakin, J. Elardo L

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J. Ferguson, . Freeze, A. Corn-

bill, A. Hollandsworth , D . Isaacs,

J.

I l Long,

Johnson, K. Johnson,

1<. Martin

K. Meadows, R.

eace, M. Ratliff, J. Rush, C. chlegel, D . harp, K. izelove, T. Waltz, . \ aUard

D. Woods, Mrs. Hodson, C. Adams, K. Booher, J. Brown, J. Carmack, R. Clinehen , J. Forsythe, K. Fl)


R Pultz, J. George, S. Gorsuch, T. Cwid, J. Halton, D. Jones, K. Kidd, B. Longacre

L. Mcintosh, J. Miller, K. Osborne E. Phillips, D . Rasnake, C. Rice, Shutts, B. mith

r:

L. tapleton, L. Wells, W. Zey, W . Anderson, L. Campbell, M. Clark, J. ffman, C. Colvin

R Cook, S. Dees, D. Deters, B. Dodds, K. Eaking, J. Florence, J. Frye, K. Hepner

C. Johnson, f . Kronenberger, B.J. Leycs, B. Madison, T. hefton, .M. Snead

E. mith, M. tout, f. Wiseman, K. Worthington, . Arthur, . Begley, P. Cassioy, C. Chenoweth

L. Coffman, A. Davis, L. Esselman,

J. Farley,

¡. Cross, . Hisle, B. Hogan, P. Jones

J. Jordan, J. Lacy, K. Lamb, R. Mallicoat, T. M&)1le, J. elson, K. Rathweg, . hively

1.

imps~m,

C. !out, C. Taylor, \'hlhams, K. Yoonker, J. Bishop, P. Burnell, M. Carter, V. Elliot

F.

A. Frye, J. Cates, P. Gibson, M . Johnson, T. Patton, D. Rigne) , b . Rockhold, S. ampler, C. Win ted

First Grade C. Boa!, E. Brooks, E. Brown, A. Buclde, D. Cook, J. Evans, J. Chenning, 1:. Hall, L. Hazen

R. Hockett, . Hofacker, J. Jones, . Kenncd), M . Lamb, J. McDonald, D. filler, D. Morris, C. Reeve

K. troop, R. Townsend, J. White, E. Wilson, R. \ right, MJS. Estella Richards, C. Bayes, J. Brown, C. Cales


M. Chattin, D . DaHnport, \f . Fox, S. Graham, J. Grice, J. Harri!>on, K. Hatfield

K. Hubbel, J. haacs, \f. Kronenberger, R. Kruer, K. Lamb, P. Lamb, D. Linville C. \filler

E. O'Dell, .\f. Rockhold, J. Simpson, \f. \\imtead, L. Younker, R. Arthur, . Bauer, T . Bentle)

M. Coffman, J. oleman, A. Engle, D. Frye, R. Gerber, J. Hendrickson, L I<.aacs, J. Keller

. Kelski, T. Laord, S. Lander, K. Maloney, \f. Marcone!, C. Phillips, K. Pigg, K. Price,

D. Ruse, R. Welcher, J. Buckland, A. Corb,, R. Davi, .\f. Fl)e, . Gingerich, B. Heinlein, D. Horseman

B. Jackson, T. Cannan, P. Lamb, P. Lamb, L. \farriott, T. Miller, T. Miller, D. Perdue, L. Riddle

R. Robbins, J. chlegel, H. ¡inger, K. wadener, J. White, L Blvthe, M. Clark, M. Clinehens b. Cobaugh

L Couch, C. Duncan, .\f. Frederick, M. Gilliam, D. Hall, T. Honson, P. Koehler, J. Meeker, R. McDonald

L Miller, R. ee(e,, C. Parks, K. Purkey, K. Rathweg, T. ckett, D. chafer, P. immons, W. W inkier

KINDERGARTE Mrs. Ireland, ¡. Adam , R. Alford, C. Anderson, C. Buckland, L Casebolt, K. Eakins, L. Edsall, G. Ferguson

G. Freeman, P. Fritz, C. Hatton, C. Hawk, J. Herrman, R. Hill. P. Hubbefl, D. Isaacs, J.

Isaacs

R. Jaeger, A. Johnson, J. Lamb, A. Lawson, 'r. McDonald, S. Morgan, J. Osborne, B. Patton, K. Pettit


D. Plummer, . Ram\e~, H. Ratliff, S. ShafTer, R. Rice, L. Shelton,

helton, R. hinkle, R. Smith, C. tiver, R. Thomp on, Vair, . Wardlow, M. Wolfe, B. Younker L.

A. Banas, A. Begle), D. Bum· rdin~r, D. Carter, T. Carter, Christman, A. Cook L. orn· ett, D. Dodds

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D. Elliott, C. Evans, T. Farle,, G. Flannel) , C. Greene, t. Hoffer, T. Ison, J . Kidd, L. Adcock

P. Lamb, P. Lamb, G. Car· mack, D. Lewis, A. Mayne, M. McKeever, D . Montag, D. eele), R. Parson

D. Purkey, R. Ramby, D. Rice, A. Scott, L. Scott, D. 'heehan, hephred, E. impson, B. mall wood

Individual Assistance M. Wampler, T. Wickline, B. Baker, D. Bauer, D. Carmack, L. Hollandsworth, . Hoi· landsworth, D. Johnson, J . Richards . m:~, R. Wright, R. Andres, S. Dav1s, B. Day, B. Hoi· landsworth, W. Hollandsworth, J. Malicote, . .\falicote

G. Martin, T. Parson , T. Miller, D. tewart, C. Wright, Mrs. air, T. Clark, R. Cullison, R. Hane)

K. Lowe, D. McKeehan J. Mellot

B. Price D. Wilder

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