1974 Waynesville High School Yearbook

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F.A.V.C. CHAMPIONS

THE SPARTAN VOLUME VII WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WAYNESVILLE, OHIO

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LEARNING TO ACCEPT OURSELVES

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AND OTHERS AS INDIVIDUALS THE VALUE,

THE UNIQUENESS.

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DIVERSITY IN ACTIVITIES,

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YET, THE SAME INTENSITY WHICH ENABLES US

TO SUCCEED SOCIALLY, SCHOLASTICALLY, AND COMPETITIVELY.

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HOMECOMI 9


AND SUDDENLY, ""MOE :vfENTUM'' WAS AGAIN WEARING ORANGE AND BLACK

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...---.___.-. DEBBIE ALLEN CROWNED QUEEN OF W.H.S. HOMECOMING

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: . . . . - - -- - - , THE SE lOR ATTENDANTS Harry Crabtree, Debbie Allen Dale Bowman, Pam Young Doug Ratliff, Barb ~arter Jeff Richards, Connie Reynolds

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AND ... THE UNDERCLASS ATTENDANTS

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Juniors: Chris Plummer, Debbie Harris Sophomores: Dave O'Bannion, Andrea Bernard Freshmen: Jeff Hawkins, Chris Shelton

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1974 SPARTANS

FRONT: J. lson, R. Hatfield, J. Morgan, D. Ratliff, J. Richards, W. Cook, D. McCloud, P. Elder, SECOND: T. DeWine, D. Bowman, H. Crabtree, R. Porterfield, T. Patton, B. Ames, B. Jones, T. Shoup. THIRD: R. Whitaker, A. Hockett, G. Gibson, R. Peak, D. Coffman, D. Wahsum, D. Smith, R. Hazen. FOURTH: R. Bailey, R. Hillman, L. Frantz, B. Jordan, G. Blythe, M. Whipp, T. Rickey, D. Akers. BACK: D. Buxton, B. Esselman, R. Jordan, B. Cochrane, Coach Stewart, Coach Gerrard, Coach Davis, R. Wical, J. Bower, D. Merris.

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WHS SCORES 20-33 Greenon 0-13 Cedarville 14-28 Mason 0-21 Clinton Massie 0-14 Blanchester 28- 6 East Clinton 12-47 Kings Mills 30-16 Springboro 20-10 Little Miami 6-50 Yellow Springs

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The weather turned cold for the final game-perhaps an iII omen for the equally cold Spartans. The season-ending loss could not, however, mar the memory of the dramatic turn-around the Spartans produced at midseason.

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DOUG RATLIFF Co-leader in scoring Second I ead ing receiver Fourth leading rusher

JEFF MORGAN All-area first team Leading Spartan receiver (577 yds.)

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CROSSCOUNTRY FRONT: C. Simpson, T. Amburgy, T. Hillman. BACK: Coach Lohse, B. Hartsock, T. McCullough, G. Scott, D. Blair, C. Hisey, Coach Labig.

JR. HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM

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DRILL TEAM FRONT: M. Combs, S. Blevins, L. Earnhart, L. Bixby, N. Gompf. SECOND: D. Briggs, S. Elder, R. Briggs, S. Wallace, K. Linebaugh, D• .Thompson, S. Maloy, K. Fricke, M. Cleveland, J. O'Dell. BACK: C. Miller, R. Thiele, J. Fricke, J. Thill, S. Wientjes.

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FALL SPORTS BANQUET

DAN McCLOUD <LEFT) Most valuable defensive back JEFF ISON (not pictured) All-league H.M.

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After rigorous work-outs which separated the scat-backs from the slower 11 1ine-persons 11 , the W .H .S. girls were ready once again to do battle "Mean Mary Jean" style. Beth "Crazy-legs" Vegso led the Freshmen-Senior team in an impressive romp over Susie "Golden-wheels 11 Pringle and her Soohomore-Junior squad.

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POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL

KAREN VINCENT totes the pigskin across the goal.

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The new m embers are inducted in an impressive candlelight ceremony.

FRONT: G. Weltz, B. DeWine, V. Dakin, B. Boal, N. McFadden, D. Huffman, D. Peters. SECOND: K. Shafer, J. 0' Dell, C. Pottinger, K. Vincent, S. Bursey, D. Robinson, J. Rye, B. Snoddy, R. Keethler. THIRD: J. Wendling, A. Bernard, S. Sheehan, K. Robbins, S. Morgan, B. Rosell, D. Grim, M. Whipp, D. Simpson. FOURTH: C. Miller, J. Ryan, D. Stubbs, M. Conley, T. Hillman, D. Vint, D. Sharp, G. Smallwood, C. Vint, D. Allen, J. Davidson, S. Maloy. FIFTH: D. Harris, M. Diamond, A. Boeck, J. Livingston, K. Conley, R. Hazen, T. Irons, B. Ames, E. Campbell, B. Heath, M. Combs. BACK: J. Fricke, J. Orndoff, D. Blair, T. Rickey, T. Dunkin, R. Lewis, K: Andres, K. Dunaway, D. Carter, T. Shoup, R. Buxton.

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W.H.S. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

N.H.S. OFFICERS

Denise Davispresident Nancy McFadden treasurer Belinda Rosell secretary David Blair vice-president

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LITTLE NELL

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Little Nell ••••••••• Cathie Vint Ma Wilkens ••••••• Kathy Ingram Pa Wilkens •••••••• Lloyd Crump Carleton Bainbridge ••• Tim Nowlin Hector Skyscraper ••• Wendell Cook Queenie ••••••••• Ann Robinson Prompter • • • • • • • • Rheda Rigney Stage Manager • • • • Vicki Lainhart Student Director ••••• Cindy Wical

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D. Hisey, C. Green, D. Hendrickson, D. Davis, P. Colvin, G. Smallwood, L. Miracle, C. McFadden, C. Kier, P. Creekmore, C. Vint, A. Bernard, L. Cleny, E. Alexander.

FRONT: A. Bernard, C. Kier, D. Davis, B. Snoddy, D. LeMaster, R. Keithler, L. Self, P. Rush, C. McFadden, J. Hillman. 2nd: M. Peters, R. Briggs, M. Skaggs, V. Richards, M. Diamond, F. Stamper, V. Lambert, C. Vint, L. Click, C. Ellis, D. Briggs. 3rd: S. Pringle, C. Goode, D. Milthaler, P. Colvin, D. Garrett, T. Barney, B. Crane, J. Stubbs, J. Wendling, J. Bailey. BACK: D. Mercer, S. Ames, Mr. Blevins, A. Hannah, J. Ryan, D. Hisey, T. Hillman, D. Stubbs, D. Pringle, S. Shafer, D. Hendrickson, D. Livingston, J. Milthaler.

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THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT

CONCRETE CHORAL CONSOLIDATION Andrea Bernard, Cheryl Green, Greg Smallwood, Patsie Colvin, Cathie Vint •

• • • and after the final curtain closed, a stirring rendition of "The Stripper" was heard from backstage •••

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Chris Walters, Sherry Rains, Ann Boeck, Karen Vincent, Bridget DeWine, Belinda Rosell.

W.H.S.

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Opp.

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Lebanon Springboro Clinton Massie Blanchester Greenview Little Miami Kings Mills Mason East Clinton Springboro Clinton Massie Cedarville Blanchester Carlisle Little Miami Mason Kings Mills Bellbrook


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FORT ANCIENT VALLEY CHAMPIONS

The 1974 Spartans ended the season with a fine 12-6 record. The team hit its best form near the end of the schedule and concluded with three "must" wins in league encounters with Little Miami, Mason, and Kings Mi lis. These clutch performances earned the team a share of the league title--the Spartan's best showing in F. A. V. C. history. District #15 COACH OF THE YEAR, Dave Liffick's animated enthusiasm set the tenor for the year, and the spirited play of the team equaled his example,


TED BORGERDING (RIGHT) Leader in assists- 74

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SPARTANS FINISH 12-6.

MARK STANLEY (LEFT) Leading scorer - 2 52 pts. Second leading rebounder -

166. AII-F.A.V.C.- first team A 11-area - first team All-district #15- first team Ail-S .W. Ohio -second team A II-state - H • M •

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LLOYD CR UM P (RIG HT) Senior forward

STEVE HOFACKER (RIGHT) Third leading rebounder-

142 Fourth leading scorer - 178 pts. AII-F.A.V.C.- third team All-area- H. M.

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JOE KIDD (BELOW) Sophomore forward

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THE SPIRITED SPARTANS

MARK CORNETT (FAR LEFT) Leading rebounder - 2 09 Second I ead i ng scorer 219 pts. AII-F.A.V.C.- second team A 11-area - first team All-district #15- first team

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EIGHTH AND SEVENTH GRADE TEAMS

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J.V. CHEERLEADERSC. KINSEL, J. RYE, D. ROBINSON, L. CLICK A. BERNARD, C. STURGILL

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STEVE STANLEY (LEFT) Third leading scorer- 208 pts. Second leader in assists- 63 AII-F.A.V.C. third team A 11-area - H. M. JUNIOR VARSITY- FRONT: M. Jones, G. Scott, D. 0' Bannion, R. Purkey, D. Stubbs. BACK: D. Blair, C. Simpson, D. Livingston, J. Hammond, D. Vint, T. Rickey, J. Watkins, J. Livingston, Coach Barton.

FRESHMEN TEAM- FRONT: J. Stubbs, B. Cochra ne, D. Dhoup , C. Shelton , K. Patton, J. Hillman, C . Spencer, T. Campbell, T. Pierce, J. Amburgy. BACK: S. Huffma n, Coach Cessn a , E. Whitmer, R. Jord a n, K. Rice, E. Burke, J. Littler, F. Thi II, B. Pringle, D. Mi ller, Coach Emsuer, B. Snoddy.

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G.A.A. FRONT: K. Brown, M. Skaggs, B. Boal, C. Green, Mrs. Hisey, B. DeWine, J. Rye, S. Bailey, C. Pottenger, P. Graham. BACK: D. Mifthaler, K. Shafer, B. Vincent, K. Brunton, M. Conley, T. Campbell, B. Koch, L. Carmack, P. Jones, J. Brown, K. Vincent, D. Huffman, C. Pottenger, P. Simpson, L. Bromagen, K. Simpson, J. Vinson, B. Snoddy, D. Johnson, T. Lundy.

GIRLS'BASKETBALL FRONT: P. Simpson, B.

Snoddy, M. Skaggs, J. Vinson, L. Bromagen, B. Boal, B. Koch, C. Pottenger, M. Conley. BACK: K. Simpson, B. Milthaler, J. Rye, C. Potterger, D. Huffman, D. Brunton, D. Johnson.

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MR. EMSUER, COACH f

GYMNASTICS

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LITTLE ROD and friend.

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Bert Thiele, Donkey Basketball Queen

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O.W.E. FRONT: N. Hawkins, M. Dakin, R. Roark, R, Brown, J. Maynard, G. Eldridge. BACK: T. Reed, R. Robinson, M. Bledsoe, R. Dellard, D. Penrod, D. Crawford.

D.C.T. FRONT: D. McCloud, A. Robinson, J. Bailey, B. Bolin, D. Baldwin. BACK: M. Nelson, M. Kirby, J. Coffman, L. Crump, D. Ratliff, D. Akers.

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FRONT: D. Briggs, C. Lynch, P. Young. BACK: S. Morgan, G. Perdue, D. Peters, A. Foust, M. Slattery, C. Longacre, F. Hamilton, Mrs. Wheeler.

I.O.E.- I C. Ellis, P. Whitney, D. Aycock, D. Harris, L. Grim, C. Orndorf, C. Walters, S. Blevins, M. Diamond, J. Coker, K. Russell, C.Snyder, P. Simpson, K. Phelps.

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LIBRARY WORKERS D. Hockett, S. Dellard, L. Pack, S. Morg:;jn, J. Coker, K. Russell, M. lnhnson, S. Wallace.

OFFICE WORKERS FRONT: P. Colvin, S. Morgan, S. Rains, M. Combs. BACK: N. Gomph, C. Miller, B. Thiele, J. Thill. RIGHT: Mrs. Sheehan.

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SPARTACUS FRONT: S. Morgan, D. Allen, D. Davis. BACK: D. Bowman, J. Morgan, D. McCloud.

FUTURE HOMEMAKERS FRONT: Mrs. Conley, J. Webb, C. Smith, D. Neely, S. Gooch, C. Alexander. BACK: A. Lamb, J. Rigney, C. Lamb, T. Lundy, T. Campbell, N. Richards, J. Livingston, S. Jones, L. Lawless, L. Carmack, S. McFarland, K. Shutts.

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CURIOUS SAVAGE was produced by the second semester drama class and Mr. Gradel. The outstanding actor and actress were Tim Carnes and Debbie Aycock.

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CURIOUS SAV.A GE

Ethel • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Debbie Grim Titus • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • James 0. Bailey Lilly Belle • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Cheryl Snyder Samuel • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Larry Frantz Fairy Mae • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Debbie Aycock Flore·nce • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Pat Spitznogle Jeff • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Jeff Morgan Hannibal • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Tim Carnes Dr. Emmet • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Tim Patton Miss Wettie • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . • • Kathy Banas

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A reluctant CHICAGO tune is coaxed from his guitar by a shaggy-headed musician, and a strange metamorphosis seemingly has taken place. School garb--fl anne I shirts and faded denims--has disappeared to be momentarily replaced by flowing gowns and dinner jackets.

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MELODY DIAMOND CROWNED QUEEN

G.A.A. SWEETHEART DANCE

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TENNIS

FRONT: R. Lewis, B. Ames, J. Richards, T. De Wine. BACK: R. Covey, D. Bow man, R. Hazen, S. Ames, J. Brown, H. Crabtree, Coach Barton. (not pictured--G. Bellman).

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F.A.V.C. CHAMPIONS

Coach Barton's tennis team completed the school's best athletic record this year with a brilliant 15-1 record. The squad swept to the F.A.V.C. championship without losing a match--all three singles players; Dale Bow man, Harry Crabtree, and Jeff Richards; were undefeated. Harry completed his high school career with only one loss. Dale, the first singles, advanced from the Sectional to the District before bowing out.

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FRONT: G. Smallwood, Mo Nelson, J. Bower, D. Sharp, T o Barney. BACK: Coach Liffick, R. Hill, D. Akers, M. Stanley, Ko Andres, T , Rickey 0

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GOLF

Coach Liffick 1 s 1974 golfers completed the season with a fine 35 ll record. The team finished second in the Sectional, fourth in the District, and third in the F.A.V.C. DanAckers was the Spartan M.V.P., and Kurt Andres managed a hole in one.

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BASEBALL

FRONT: B. Hartsock, S. Stanley, M. Whipp, C. Plummer, D. Coffman, T. Shoup, T. Bogerding, J. !son. BACK: J. Morgan, S. Hofacker, S. Maloney, D. Vint, C. Simpson, R. Purkey, D. Stubbs, Coach Emsuer.

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The upset of highly regarded New Miami in the first round of the sectional tournament highlighted the 1974 version of Spartan baseball. Early season wins over Valley View, Lebanon, and East Clinton were signs of good things to come, and by mid-season the Spartans had surpassed the total wins for 1973. Four one run losses, however, kept Coach Emsuer's team from moving well above the .500 level. Tim Shoup shouldered much of the pitching responsibility, with hitting help coming from Steve Hofacker, Chris Plummer, and Ted Borg erdi ng .

LEFT: STEVE HOFACKER un load s th e high hard one .

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SPARTANS FINISH FOURTH IN F.A.V.C. MEET Since the construction of Waynesville's new track facility, there has been a marked interest in track and field. The top performers on the squad in 1974 were upperclassmen, led by Greg Scott, Dave Blair, Bart Heath, and Jeff Ison. There were, however, some impressive performances turned in by freshmen, such as Dave Hendrickson, who excelled in the two mile run, and Matt Engel, a good 880 runner. Coach Gerard commented, "I feel that even though we are the smallest school and team in the I eague, our track boys and girls are far from last."

Steve Stan ley finished third in the F.A.V.C. league meet.

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AND GIRLS' TRACK BOYS~

GREG SCOTT and DAVID BLAIR

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1974 SPARTAN TRACK TEAM

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CINDERMEN TURN IN TOP PERFORMANCES

GREG SCOTT- Junior, Two-miler FIRST PLACE- F.A.V.C. League Meet SECOND PLACE- Springboro Invitational THIRD PLACE- Blanchester Invitational Greg scored points in every meet.

BETH VEGSO, one of the top girl sprinters.

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BELINDA ROSELL'S dance scenes highlighted the beautifu I choreography.

DAVID HISEY was a convincing Mr. Lundie.

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MR. GRADEL DIRECTS A WINNING PE R FOR MANCE Tommy •••••••••••• Tim Patton Jeff Douglas ••••• Greg Smallwood Arch i e Beaton ••••• Allan Hannah Harry Beaton • • • • • • • Larry Frantz Angus MacGuffi e •••• Wendell Cook Sandy Dean •••••••• David Stubbs Andrew MacLaren •••• Loyd Crump Fiona MacLaren. • • • • Cathie Vint Jean MacLaren •••••• Cheryl Green Meg Brockie. • • • • Andrea Bemard Charlie Dalrymple ••• Lloyd Blevins Maggie Anderson •••• Belinda Rosell Mr. Lundie. • • • • • • • David Hisey MacGregor • • • • • • • • Brent Crane Frankie. • • • • • • • • • • Ann Boeck Jane Ashton • • • • • Jacqui Davidson Kate. • • • • • • • • Donna Leamaster DIRECTOR • • • • • • • • • Mr. Gradel ACCOMPANIST •••••• Mrs. Gradel

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THE PUNCH WASN'T SPIKED Or was it? A quaff or two from that wondrous elixir and we were transported into the midst of Senior Prom night. This prom was even more memorable. First of all it was OURS; secondly, we had OUR music. Though the teachers might have thought it too loud, an amiable truce prevailed 'til the witching hour.

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BARBARA AND DEBBIE, THE QUEEN'S ATTENDANTS

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PAM AND DALE CROWNED QUEEN AND KING

Was it the Robot, the Bogie, or the Breakdown? No, it was the Funky Gradels ••• Just to prove that older bones could mime the gyrations of today's youth, Mr. and Mrs. Gradel did a few turns (and twists) around the dance floor.

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THE GLASS MENAGERIE was produced and acted by the advanced acting class. Karen Vincent and Bruce Ames were the outstanding actress and actor.

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THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Laura •••• Karen Vincent Amanda •••• Cheryl Green Ca II er • • • J eff L i v i ng sto n Old Tom •• Randy Hillman Young Tom ••• Bruce Ames

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ACADEMIC AWARDS NIGHT

Songs were sung. Speeches were given. But of greatest importance, those who worked to excel were recognized.

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One Hundred Second

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES

COMMENCEMENT

WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

B._CC .. LAURE .. TE Sunday . jun• 2

COI't1ENCEI'£NT Sunday, jun• 2

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Saturday May 15


MOTTO: ""TODAY IS YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW. ' '

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Dar est thou 0 sou I, Walk out with me toward the unknown region, Where neither ground is for the feet nor any path to fo I low? I know it not 0 soul, Nor dost thou, All is a blank before us. -W. Whitman

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This hill, though high, I coveted to ascend; The difficulty did not me offend; For I perceived the way to life lay here.

-J. Bunyan

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Sandra Morgan, Salutatorian Ann Boeck, Valedictorian Dorothy Peters, Third Ranked

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Rev. Edward Smith, pastor of St. Mary•s Episcopal Church, delivered the Baccalaureate sermon.

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Dale Bowman , pres i dent of the senior class, welcomed the parents and friends to Commencement.

COMioiENCEMENT J..,o 2,

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St. Au&ustlne Catholi c Church WELCOME . . •

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' 'Happy •s the man that f 1ndeth w •sdom "

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VALEDICTORIAN

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Ann Boeck " Dreamer of Dr eams "

PRESENTATION OF AWARDS

Pau l C . Schwambercer

PRESENTATION OF CLASS . PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS . BENEDICTION .

Rev . L. L. Youn& Waynesv il le United Method •st Ch urch

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DONALD BALDWIN

CATHY BLAIR

DALE BOWMAN

DOROTHY BRIGGS

TONY CAMPBELL

EVELYN CAMPBELL

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BARBARA CARTER

JOHN COFFMAN

KEVIN CONLEY


JEFF MORGAN, Bus, Manager; DALE BOWMAN, President; DANNY McCLOUD, Vice-president; SANDY MORGAN, Secretary; DEBBIE ALLEN, Treasurer; DENISE DAVIS, Bus. Mana ger.

LLOYLJ CRUMP

JANET CRUTCHFIELD

DENISE DAVIS

BRIDGET DEWINE

TONY DEWINE

PAUL ELDER

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GARY ELDRIDGE

RHONDA EVANS

TERRY FANNIN

ARCENA FOUST

JUDITH FRICKE

CHERYL J. GREEN

FOREST GREENWOOD

RANDY HATFIELD

RICHARD HAZEN

BART HEATH

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RANDY HILLMAN

CHRIS HISEY

STEVE HOFACKER

DONNA HUFFMAN

KATHY INGRAM

NOVELLA JOHNSON

BRUCE JONES

MICHAEL KIRBY

VICKI LAINHART

KATHY LAMB

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CHRISTY LYNCH

DANNY McCLOUD

NANCY McFADDEN

SHANNON MALONEY

SANDRA MEAGER

LINDA MIRACLE

GLENN McKEEHAN

JEFF MORGAN

IN MEMORIAM

GLORIA ALEXANDER

GARY HAMPTON

Not lost, but gone before ... gone before to see H.im whom we know but in part ...

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JERRY MALCOLM

SANDRA MORGAN



MARK NELSON

JAMES ORNDORF

DOUG PALMER

TIM PATTON

GWEN PERDUE

VIRLENE ROARK

ANN ROBINSON

CONNIE REYNO LOS

JEFF RICHARDS

JOETTIA RICHARDSON

TIM RYAN

JUDITH RYE

MARILYN SLATTERY

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DAN SMITH

SUSAN SPYRIDON


DEDICATION

MRS. IRELAN Mrs . Irelan, In your twenty years of teaching, you have introduced an entire generation to their first formal educational experience--an experience you made positive and meaningful by your concern and dedication. The staff of the SPARTAN is proud to dedicate its 1974 edition to you. The SPARTAN Staff ••• This little child, the book I pen, is the highest form of art •• -P. Michael

MARK STANLEY

JOAN THILL

KAREN VINCENT

JERI VINSON

CATHERINE VINT

JAMES WALTERS

GARY WELTZ

RANDY WHITAKER

TERRY WRIGHT

PAM YOUNG

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STEVE AMES DEBBIE AYCOCK JAMES BAILEY KATHY BANAS KIM! BARRETT

DAVID BLAIR SHARON BLEVINS GREG BLYTHE LARONA BOGGS RUTH BRIGGS

RODNEY BROWN RICHARD CARTER CHARLENE CAUDILL ANDY CLEVELAND DALE COFFMAN

MONA COMBS JUNE COOK VICKI DAKIN JACQUI DAVIDSON RANDY DEL LARD

SUSAN DELLARD MELODY DIAMOND TOM DUNKIN LORETTA EARNHART CONNIE ELLIS

GARY FRANTZ LARRY FRANTZ SANDY FRYE DRU GILLAND NICKY GOMPF

PEGGY GRIESHOP LINDA GRIM DEBBIE HARRIS BARRY HARTSOCK KENNETH HOUGH

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TERRY IRONS MARY JOHNSON MIKE JONES BRIAN JORDAN BARB KOCH

JUNIOR CLASS

MRS. TOWNSENDAdviser

GREG SCOTTVice-president

SHERRY RAINSSecretary

BERT THEILEBus. manager

CHRIS WALTERSTreasurer

SHARON BLEVINSBus. manager

TOM RICKEYPresident

ANGELA LAMB MELINDA LAMB TOM LAMB RAY LEWIS LESTER LINVILLE

JEFF LIVINGSTON RICK LUNDY ROB LUTES SUSAN MALOY TIM McCULLOCH

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ANTHONY McKEEVER CLAUDIA MILLER JULIE MOSHER TIM NOWLIN CAROLYN ORNDORF

RICHARD PEAK CHRIS PLUMMER DAN POWELL SHERRY RAINS TERRY REED

MARC REEVES ROM RIC KEY RHEDA RIGNEY RUSSELL RUSE KAREN RUSSELL


RODNEY ROARK BELINDA ROSELL GREG SCOTT ANNE SHUTTS PAM SIMPSON

FRANCES STAMPER STEVE STANLEY LINDA STIVER KEVIN STONE ROBERTA THIELE

MICHELLE THOMPSON CYNDI VEGSO DAVE WAHSUM SHARON WALLACE CHRIS WALTERS

JEFF WATKINS MIKE WHIPP LISA WHIT MER PATTI WHITNEY CINDY WICA L

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MICHELLE ADKINS CINDY ALEXANDER GEORGE ALEXANDER

LIZ A LEX ANDER TONY AMBURGY KURT ANDRES

CATHY ARNOLD BOB BAILEY MARK BALES

PATTI BARNEY TAD BARNEY GARY BELLMAN

ANDREA BERNARD EDDIE BISHOP RICHARD BLAKLEY

EVELYN BLYTHE BECKY BOAL CINDY BRADLEY

DIANE BROWN JIM BROWN KAREN BROWN

KIM BRUNTON DENISE CHRISTIAN LARRY CLICK

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LYNN CLICK FELICE COCHRANE PATSIE COLVIN MELINDA CONLEY TAMMY COOPER BRENT CRANE

SOPHOMORE CLASS

DAVE STUBBSPresident DONNA HaCKETTSecretary GREG SMALLWOODTreasurer CHRIS SIMPSONVice-president

DEANNA CRAWFORD OTTIE CRAYCRAFT JESSE CULLISON ALICE CRUMP ROBIN DAKIN KEN DUNAWAY

SHARON ELDER RICK ELDRIDGE JEANNINE FOUST KIM FRYE GARY GIBSON PHIL GILLES

SANDY GOOCH CODY GRIM JOHN HAMMOND ALLAN HANNAH DAVID HATFIELD DAVID HAWK

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RICK HEINLEIN RANDY HILL TOM HILLMAN DONNA HOCKETT GAIL HOLLANDS WORTH TINA HUFFMAN

SARAH JONES NANCY KELLER JOE KIDD CINDY KINSEL ROBIN LAINHART TERESA LAMB

TIM LAMB MARK LAMBLIN ANITA LEETH DONNA LEMASTER KIM LINEBAUGH DOUG LIVINGSTON

JOY LIVINGSTON MARC McKEEHAN DAVID MERCER JIM MIL THALER MARYETTA MOORE DAVID MORGAN

JOAN MORGAN JEFF MORROW SHARON MOSHER SHARON MURPHY DEBBIE NEELEY MIKE NELSON

TERRY NOWLIN DAVID O'BANION JUANITA O'DELL MARTHA PETERS JOE PITSTICK CAROLE POTTENGER

SUSIE PRINGLE RANDY PURKEY RICK PURKEY TAMMY RAINES KEITH RATLIFF NANCY RICHARDS

VICKI RICHARDS JUDY RIGNEY KARLA ROBBINS DEVELA ROBINSON CINDY ROLLAND JULIE RYE

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KAREN SCHAFFER DAVID SHARP SANDY SHEEHAN SUSAN SHUTTS MISSY SKAGGS DEBBIE SIMMONS

CHRIS SIMPSON GREG SMALLWOOD CINDY SMITH JACKIE SMITH BETH SNODDY DAVE STUBBS

CATHY STURGILL DALE THOMPSON BRENDA TODD BARB VINCENT BUD VINSON DAVID VINT

RAY WALTERS JAY WEND LING SUSAN WIENT JES DIANE WILKERSON SHERRY WILLIAMS CURTIS WOOD

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RANDY ALEXANDER JODY AMBURGY DIANE APPLEGATE

SHARON BAILEY EUGENE BALDWIN KELLY BALDWIN

MIKE BANAS JAMIE BAUER MIKE BEG LEY

LORI BIXBY LINDA BLAKELY MARK BOECK

JEFF BREWER LAURA BROMAGEN ANITA BROWN

JENNIFER BROWN DAR LA BUCK LAND RICKY BUMGARNER

ED BURKE DONALD BUXTON TONY CAMPBELL

TUESDAY CAMPBELL LINDA CARMACK TIM CARRIER

MERRILL CARTER CHRIS CLARK TONY CLARK

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MARGIE CLEVELAND BILL COCHRANE JUNIOR COLLINS


DALE CONLEY STEVE COOK CARL COPAS MIKE COUCH PAM COX PAM CREEKMORE ALAN DAVIS

FRESHMEN CLASS

JEFF HAWKINS President

JENNIFER HAWKINS Secretary

MIKE BANNASVice-president

FRANK THILLBus. manager

BETH VEGSO Treasurer

MISS ANDERLE Adviser

ROB EDWARDS SCOTT ELCOOK MARK ENGLE MATT ENGLE BENNY ESSELMAN VICKI FAR LEY WAYNE FLINT KARA FRICKE TERRY GADD DIANE GARRETT JANET GHORY CAROLYN GOODE JEFF HAWKINS JENNIFER HAWKINS DAVID HENDRICKSON WENDY HIBBARD JENNIFER HILLMAN DAVID HISEY ARNOLD HOCKETT LESLIE HORSEMAN SANDY HOWARD STEVE HUFFMAN LINDA HUGHES DEWAYNE HUNTLY NELS HUNTS TED DONNA JOHNSON TAMMY JONES JEFF JONES

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RICHARD JORDAN DAVE KIDD CINDY KIER BETH KOCH CRYSTAL LAMB DENISE LAMB KEVIN LAMB LORN LAMB TIM LAMB VANESSA LAMBRIGHT LOUNETTA LAWLESS JAMES LITTLER TERRY LUNDY CLAUDE MA LICOTE GAIL MALICOTE ANDY MALOY SHARON McCOMAS CAROLYN McFADDEN DONNA McFARLAND DENNIS MERRIS DALE MILLER RAYMOND MILLER DEBBIE MIL THALER TERESA MITCHEL BRENT MORGAN JACK MORRIS ANTHONY NEACE DAVID NEACE BARBARA NELL JOE OSBORNE JUNIOR OSBORNE LYNN PACK KIM PATTON WALLY PATTON BILL PEARSOI'I


FRANCES PETERS TIM PIERCE CHRIS PITSTICK CINDY PONDER CAROL POTTENGER DAVID PRINGLE CARSON RAINS TAMMIE REYNO LOS KEITH RICE SANDY RICHARDS CONNIE RIDINGER KAREN RITCHIE DALE ROARK PAM RUSH JERRY RYAN LOUANN SELF STEVE SHAFER CHRIS SHELTON DAWN SHOUP KITTY SIMPSON CATHY SLONE CINDY SMITH LARRY SMITH BILL SNODDY CHERYL SPENCER ROGER ST. JOHN DAVID STREITHORST JACK STUBBS FRANK THILL DIANE THOMPSON JOHN TODD BETH VEGSO DOUG VINSON KEVIN WALSH MAR LA WALTERS JONNIE WAMPLER JAMIE WEBB ERIC WHITMER RONNIE WICAL GLENDA WOOD CAR LEDA WRIGHT RICHARD WRIGHT

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T. AMBURGY A. AMES M. ANDERSON C. ANDRES D. BALLARD P. BANAS D. BARBER

EIGHTH GRADE T. B. A. D. A. T. M.

BARGO BARRET BOAL BEG LEY BENNETT BLAKELY BORGERDING

R. D. K. C. V. Y. N.

BRIGGS BUXTON CALES CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CARTER

T. CHENOWETH B. CLIFFORD D. COFFMAN K. COLVIN B. COMBS M. CORNETT T. COUCH A. J. J. S. L. T. C.

CRANE DAVIDSON ELAM ELDER FOX FRANCISCO FRYE

G. C. T. A. D. C. S.

GEORGE GRICE GRILL HARFIELD HANNAH HANSARD HEATH

D. J. T. K. S. E. L.

HEINLEIN HOCKETT HOFACKER HOWARD HOUGH HUEY HUFFMAN

L. HUGHES A. BROWN D. INGRAM C. IRONS J. ISSACS R. JANETZKE B. JONES J. R. C. T. T. T. S.

KIER KRONENBERGER KUER LAINHART LAMB LAMB LAMBLIN


L. D. R. D. C. S. C.

LANDER LeMASTER LINEBAUGH LITTLER LONGACRE LUNDY MARSDEN

J. R. D. C. K. T. K.

MELLOTT MERRIS McKEEHAN McKINNEY MILLER MOORE MORGAN

R. P. K. G. T. D. T.

NEELY NOWLIN O'DELL ONEY PATTERSON PATTON PATTON

J. PEARSON S. PERRY K.PURKEY P.PURKEY K. RAMSEY D. RATHWEG W. RATHWEG S. RATLIFF B. RAY S. RIDINGER F. ROBINSON L. RUSH M. RUSH P. SCHERER A. SCOTT K. SEIDL R.SHARP D. SHINKLE M. SIMPSON G. SMITH R. SMITH R. SMITH L. STAMPER R. THOMPSON T.THORTON C. TINNEY R. WALLACE D. WALTERS D. WASHUM C. WILKERSON R. McKEEVER J. WENDLING S. WISECUP M. WOOD M.WOOD

SEVENTH GRA DE T. ADAMS J. ALEXAN DER T.ARNOLD L. ATKINS B. AYCOCK T. BENNET A. BERRY

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D. BIXBY S. BLEVINS L. BLYTHE S. BOLLING J.BOURNE S.BRANNOCK T.BROOKS K.BRUNTON B. BURKE R.BUCKLAND J. CAMPBELL J. CARTER R.CLARK D. COCHRANE G. COFFMAN R. COPAS J. CORNETT Z. COUCH S. COUNTS K.COX K. DEERWESTER R. DETERS M. ELCOOK M. ELLIOTT D. ENGLAND C. ESSELMAN T. FOLEY S. FRITTS

P. C. P. L. B. H. D.

FURNAS GATES GIBBS GILLIAN GOMPF GORSUCH GREENE

C. GRICE J. HAL TAM T. HARDIN D. HEAD R. HIBBERD J. HOWARD G. INABNETT B. ISAACS R. ISAACS B. JOHNSON B. JONES L. JONES W. JOYCE R. KRONENBERGER K. LAMB L. LAMB R.LAMB S. LAMB T. LAMB M. LITTLER G. LYNCH K. MADISON S. MALONEY L. MARRIOT D. MATTER J. McDONALD J. MURKER K. MIRANDA

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J. L. C. C. D. R. P.

MITCHELL MITCHELL MONTAG MONTAG MORGAN MORLEY MORRIS


D. OSBORNE S. OSBORNE P. POOLE M. POWELL L. POTTENGER R. PRESSLEY K. PURKEY B. R. J. R. R. T. B.

RANDOLPH RANDOLPH RICHARDS RICHARDS RICKEY RIGNEY RITCHIE

S. ROARK . B. ROBBINS D. ROBBINS R. ROGERS R.ROSELL J.RUSSELL M. RYE R. RYE S. SHAFFER K. SHARP K. SHELTON Q. SHERWOOD D. SHINKLE N. SIMPAON M. SPENCER R. ST. JOHN C. THOMPSON Y. TOWNSEND J. VINSON D. WAHSUM C. WALTERS MRS. WATSON D. WEBB J. WEBB J. WENDLING D. WEST M. WHIPP D. WHITE

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L. J. G. S. S. C. J.

ADCOCK LINGO LAMB LIN LAMB LAMB ATKINS ADKINS

SIXTH GRADE D. BAILY B. BARKER J. BALLARD M. BANAS B. BARBER N. BENNETT M. BISOFI T. G. E. G. C. D. D.

BISHOP BLAKELY BRADLEY BRANNOCK BROMAGEN CAMPBELL CAMPBELL

C. CARMAN D. CARTER L. CARTER S. CHERRHO LMES S. CLARK C. CONLEY M. CREEKMORE J. DAKIN W. DANIS P. ELCOOK C. ELLIOTT T. FAILEY D. FLINT T. FRANCISCO C. FRITTS B. FRYE P.GRICE C. GROSS D. HALL A. HANNAH C. HASS K. HISLE G.HOGG B. HORSEMAN T. HUEY R. HUFFMAN S. HUFFMAN V. HUFFMAN D. HUGES S. ISAACS H. JOHNSON J. JONES T. JONES M. JONES L. KELLER

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N. R. A. D. D. E. J.

KIDD KRONENBERGER LAMB LAMB LAMB LAMB LAMB


V. LYES L. MacDONALD J. McKALIB G. MILLER M. MORLEY R. MORSIE S. MORSIE L. NEELEY T. OSBORNE C. OVERSEE L.PALKO J.PATTON D. PETERS M. PETERS

G. POLLY M. POOLE K. POWELL T. PREWITT B. PRICE R. PURKEY S. RAINS D. RAMSEY V. RAY R. RIDINGER C. SAMPLES P. SCHERER M. SEIDL C. SHEEHAN

T. SLATTERY C. SNEAD D. SMITH V. SMITH V. SMITH C. SNELL J.SNOODY J.STAPLETON S.STEVENS B. TAYLOR D. THOMAS P.TODD J. VANDERPOOL M. VINT V. K. G. A. K. T. C.

WAMPLER WIGAL WINSTED WRIGHT WOODS WOODS BUNNELL

G. L. M. L. R. G. R.

CARMACK ESSELMAN FARLEY GAYHEART GILLES GRIFFITH ANDRES

W. HOLLANDSWORTH S. HOWARD D. STEWART

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MR. SCHWAMBERGER, SUPERINTENDENT

MR. FRANCISCO, HIGH SCHOOL, JR. HI. PRINCIPAL

MR. AMES, ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL 114

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TEACHERS AND STAFF

MRS. DOER lNG, Counselor MR. CESSNA, Counselor

MR. BURROUGHS, Clerk

MISS ANDERLE, Typing MRS. ROBINSON, Librarian

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116

MR. LA BIG, Math

MR. LIFFICK, Biology

MR. BRUNTON, Shop

MR. WALLACE, E. M. R.


MR. GRADEL, Music

MR. BARTON, History

MRS. POLLY, Math

MRS. CONLEY, Home Ec.

117


MR. MYERS, 0. W. E.

MR. BLEVINS, Music

MR. HENSON, Phys. Ed.

118

MRS. Kl NG, Eng I ish MR. STEWART, Shop


MRS. LACY, Eng I ish MR. VANDERPOOL, History

MRS. SCALES, Art

MR. GERARD, Shop

MR. BENTON, His tory

119


MRS. C. HARTSOCK, English MR. POLLY, Science

120

MRS. WATSON, Phys. Ed. MR. CHURKO I D.

c. T.

MR. DAVIS, Science MR. WEBB, English


MRS. PACK, Science MISS HAGEMEYER, Phys. Ed.

MRS. HISEY, Art MR. CONWAY, Math

MR. SMITH, Science MRS. CASSIDY, English

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MR. EM SUER 1 Phys. Ed.

MRS. WATSON, Home Ec.

MRS. WALLACE, I.O.E.

MR. GIBBS, Math

MRS. TOWNS END, Eng I ish MRS. HARTSOCK, Languages MR. DYKES 1 Special Ed.

122


MRS. ADAMS, Home Ec.

MISS WALDROUP, History

MRS. WHEELER I B. 0. E.

MR. OSBORN, Science

MR. BROWER, English

MR. WATSON, Math

123


SECRETARIES MRS. SHEEHAN

MRS. LEYES

MRS. RICKEY

MRS. KIER

MRS. PREWITT

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MR. CAMPBELL

MRS. ROBBINS

MR. KEPLINGER

MR. STANSBERRY

MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS.

HALE LINDAUER POWELL BUNNELL CRANE HONACKER

MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS.

HATTON JOHNSON STILES HOPKINS MALOTT O'BANION LAMB

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