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Broad Ripple High School 

1969 RIPARIAN 

Indianapolis, Indiana 



Indianapolis Public Schools 
Vol. 44 




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Forever changing! 

Images merge into patterns — 

in and out, 

snatches of life 

where buildings expand, 

people grow, 

success matches failure, 

action follows dreams, 

needs compete with ideals. 

Gyrating, tumbling, 

scattering, 

these multi-colored images 

form the Ripplite's 

KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE. 




Student Life 16 

Academics 30 

Organizations 44 

Sports 72 

Album 98 

Advertising 144 




2 — Opening 







Opening — 3 




Patches of light and color, 

of parades and stores, 

of restaurants and theaters 

belonging to 

the City 

form part of the shifting 

patterns 

of the young citizen's life, 

of the Ripplite's life, 

as he enters upon 

his KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE 



Hub of the Hoosier Capital, the Soldiers and Sailors Monument rises above the down- 
town district where shoppers Susie Burns and Kristen Wolfram find, in one of the many 
stores, a wide selection of junior fashions for their winter wardrobes. 



A — Opening 






Broad Ripple's 93-member Marching Band 
and Pompon Corps perform before a wet, 
receptive '500' Festival Parade crowd. 



Out on the town, Denese Goecker and Mike Smitha gingerly sample the exotic oriental 
food at a cosmopolitan Chinese restaurant before continuing their excursion in the City 
by viewing the revival of the film classic "Gone with the Wind." 




Opening — 5 



Subdued tones — 

small curio shops, 

blossom-lined streets 

and old landmarks 

blended with pieces 

and shapes of village 

traditions and ventures 

create 

for the Ripplite 

a closeness, 

an intimacy with 

the Community — 

a warm shade in 

the KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE 





Answering a neighborhood plea to save old #587, Key Clubbers Dave Johnson, Mark Mac- 
i „j Lucas, Brian Blair, and John Owen help rejuvenate Broad Ripple Park's historic locomo- 

.,..*> ^T tive • ■ • On a stroll home from the Village, Marta Pugh, Jan Wood, and Debbie Petrie 

discuss plans for spring vacation on sunny beaches and western ranches. 



6 — Opening 




Contributing time and talent to the com- 
munity, salesgirl Linda Lohss arranges a 
window in a local curio shop . . . Nev/s 
Bureau reporters Cindy Hirtzel and Jean 
Kavich deliver news on high school hap- 
penings to the local newspaper The North 
Side Topics. 




Once the scene of a popular amusement area, Broad Ripple Park 
provided a zoo, a boardwalk, a penny arcade, and midway rides 



for citizens of the community who visited the "White City" for 
recreation during the early 1900's. 




Relieved of the hustle-bustle of a demanding school morning, Susie Peck and Monica 
Mosby enjoy extra cafeteria space, the result of the teachers' dining section being mov- 
ed to the new center building . . . Brick by brick, a mason diligently works on the south- 
ern addition which was completed this year. 





8 — Opening 





Closely inspecting all construction materials, a carpenter works on the outer section of 
the new second floor. This area will contain additional study space, business classrooms, 
and even a computer instruction laboratory. A planetarium, a lecture hall, and a reme- 
dial reading room are also planned for the north wing. 



Countless bricks reconstruct 

the outside of 

the School — 

inside exist myriads of 

human activities and 

emotions — 

confusion over 

construction-blocked hallways, 

novelty of new rooms, 

added corridors — 

this cyclorama of 

Ripplife 

introduces infinite designs 

into the KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE 




Trying to keep his balance in 

a mass turnover of conditions, 

the Ripplite is caught up in 

his KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE; 

he ponders over the jumbled 

assortment of thoughts 

tumbling within him — 

Vietnam, heart transplants, 

Black Power, elections — 

formidable decisions 

must be made, 

responsibilities undertaken — 

the young person must get 

Involved — 

but in what?' 

and how? 

somehow a tangible pattern of 

life must evolve 






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After the confusion of election night, Stan Howard reads about Richard Nixon's victory 
over Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace . . . Actor Paul Newman jumps on the band- 
wagon for Eugene McCarthy during the presidential primary by speaking to students in 
Broad Ripple Village about youth involvement in politics. 




10 — Opening 




To better understand the human organ transplant news, biology student Nancy Standish 
investigates the digestive system of her mouse . . . Gregg Monroe consults M/Sgt. James 
McDaniel about enlistment procedures for the armed service. 





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After-school hours find Becky Peters work- 
ing part-time at a nearby cafeteria . . . 
Julie Adams and Connie Loftiss concen- 
trate on learning their lines during a re- 
hearsal for the Civic Theater production 
"Hans Brinker." 




Opening — 11 




Long one day, short the next — curls and 
falls give Libby Blake and Carole Nash a 
choice of individual hairstyles . . . Psy- 
chedelic music connoisseur Bill Schu- 
macher hunts for the latest "Mothers of 
Invention" record. 






An aesthetic hand and a box of pastels let Jane Williams' emotions materialize on paper 
. . . Kathy Cox "grooves" to the pulsating beat of an Otis Redding record. 



12 — Opening 




The Ripple youth, hoping 

to set himself apart, 

to be noticed, 

to be extraordinary, 

experiments with forms of 

Expression — 

The new, the loud, the bright — 

the mini hemlines, the love 

beads, the fast dances. 

In his KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE, 

his period of restlessness, 

of activity, of mobility, 

he discovers identity and his 

personal design for life. 




With her own folk music, Sandy Kimble 
finds an outlet for the frustrations typical 
of young people . . . Nehru-jacketed 
George Benn conveys a "little bit o' soul" 
in the Indiana Soul Train performance at 
the Homecoming Dance. 



Opening — 13 



Varied hopes 

forming the Ripplite's 

KALEIDOSCOPIC AGE 

create mobile patterns. 

Constantly shifting, 

these endless goals 

become practical 

then idealistic, 

then stupendous, then ordinary. 

They range from passing a test 

to winning a football game, 

from owning a car 

to joining the Peace Corps 

from helping others 

to just having fun. 

Goals 

form brilliant pictures 

made of dreams and reasons. 




"This is what we have to do!" claims 
speech pupil Roberta Starmer, trying to 
interest her classmates in her viewpoint 
. . . Monkeying around a Broad Ripple 
Park slide, Jill Gallmeier, Dori Patterson, 
and Dave Carr temporarily forget home- 
work problems. 




14 — Opening 



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Months of fund-raising over, Golden Sing- 
ers Mary Jo van het Erve, Ed House, and 
Sandy Hood wear their new robes during 
a Christmas program . . . Dreams o f 
crowd-rousing touchdowns run through 
reserveman Mark Stephen's mind as he 
surveys the varsity kick-off. 





Named outstanding Non-Commissioned Officer by American Legion Post 312, Sam Earp 
receives his award during the 1968 Federal Inspection ... To increase his muscle power, 
John Chivington works out with a 110 pound weight in the school gvm. 



Opening — 15 




16 — Student Life 






Student Life 



Ripplife is a scenery-making, 
bonfire-building, pizza-baking sort 
of existence for 1,822 students — 
It ranges from watching Johnny Car- 
son on late-night t.v. to going to 
see "Bullitt" — and McQueen — 
from spending a day sledding and 
skating on a pond to boosting for 
a Rocket football victory over 
Tech, from playing tackle football 
with friends to working at an after- 
school job. 

Ripplife runs from activity to 
activity because it is a super- 
charged, many faceted age. 



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Student Life — 17 




Ecstatic football fans watch as the Rockets 
blast through the goal line to score the 
winning touchdown. 



Future lunar landings provide a fascinating 
topic for discussion for Dave Lawson and 
Becky Lemond. 



18 — Student Life 





United classes 
yell, 'we have 
Spirit — Ripple' 



Spirit at games, late night study- 
ing, and a keen eye on responsibili- 
ties in the future all create an image 
of student life at Ripple. 

Student life during 1968-69 was 
greatly influenced by local and 
international occurrences. Although 
a city-wide eleven o'clock curfew, 
newly enforced in October, worked a 
hardship on after-game dances, spir- 
it was up at all athletic events. 

While construction on the school 
continued, 7:30 a.m. classes and 
one-way staircases remained a 
struggle for Ripplites. The usually 
crowded hallways seemed a little 
sparse during early December as the 
Hong Kong flu hit Ripple students 
hard as it swept the nation. 

With a sharp interest in current 
pressing issues, students discussed 
Viet Nam and the Paris Peace Talks, 
the release of the Pueblo crew, the 
Chicago riots, and Apollo 8. 



"Ouch!" exclaims Doug Jones as he quickly molds another cold, wet snowball to use as 
ammunition in a friendly battle after the first big snowfall of the season. 



Aided by an unabridged dictionary, Dan 
Morris uncovers words from Greek roots 
for the day's Derivatives assignment. 




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Re/axed back in his seat, Tom Patton explains the strategy of the last basketball play to 
a confused, but interested listener, Mary Carnell. 



Student Life — 19 



Homecoming, Carnival launch fall activities 




Queen Finalists Judy Barnes, Marcia Miles, 
Jody Brafford, and Dee Dee Frazin con- 
gratulate Queen Kate Mullane. 



Amidst a myriad of seasonal lights, Mr. 
and Miss Riparian of 1968, Gary Larson 
and Julie Houk discuss holiday plans. 




20 — Student Life 




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Plastered with shaving cream, Phil Buck patiently awaits another pie while serving as a 
target for the Association of Parents and Teachers Carnival pie throw. 





Clutching her bouquet of roses, 196S 
Homecoming Queen Kate Mullane reigns 
over halftime festivities October 11. 



"Sock it to 'em," the Thespian float, en- 
livens the Homecoming parade with loud 
music and painted dancers. 



Student Life — 21 








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Members of the barbershop quartet George Benn, Charlie Rudesill, Jeff Stevens, and Tim 
Kaufman entertain the River Citians with harmony in the song "Lida Rose." 



On the foot bridge, Marian, played by 
Betsy Mateer, sings of her love for Pro- 
fessor Hill, Mark MacLucas. 



River City's civic-minded ladies present 
"One Grecian Urn" under the direction of 
Mrs. Shinn, Pam Retterer. 




22— Student Life 



'Music Man' arrives on Broad Ripple stage 




While Winthrop, played by Reed Nesbit, sulks in the corner, and Marian watches with 
concern, Amaryllis, played by Marcia Olive, ridicules Winthrop's lisp. 



"Seventy-six trombones" and the 
appearance of a real brass band 
brought River City and its stubborn 
Iowa citizens to Broad Ripple's stage 
as the Golden Singers produced 
Meredith Wilson's "Music Man." 

A fast-talking traveling salesman, 
Professor Harold Hill, played by 
Mark MacLucas, comes to River City 
to rid them of their "trouble" by or- 
ganizing a boys' band. Although the 
citizens, led by Mayor Shinn and his 
wife, played by Bill Schumacher and 
Pam Retterer, are skeptical at first, 
soon every boy in town is learning to 
play an instrument with Hill's 
"think system." 

The biggest obstacle in Hill's path 
is the local librarian and piano 
teacher, played by Betsy Mateer, 
who is on to his tricks. After Hill's 
constant pursuit, Marian reveals her 
love for him in a song. A live band 
marching through the aisles cli- 
maxed two months of direction by 
Mr. Gene Poston, Mrs. Barbara 
Mueller, and Mrs. Lucinda Paul. 




"We've got trouble, right here in River City," sings Professor 
Harold Hill, portrayed by Mark MacLucas as he astounds the 



citizens by informing them of the troublesome situation caused 
by the addition of a pool table to the community. 



Student Life — 23 





Struck with spring fever, Helaine Kane and 
Lenni Cartwright enjoy walking in the sun- 
shine after a long day in class. 



Paroled convict Todd Merrill is rudely 
greeted by Cathy Peachey, his old girl, in 
"Bars and Stripes Forever." 



Convincing campers that "Crawdads Don't 
Roar" is a rough job for counselor Hudson 
Cooney in the 1968 Ripples. 




24 — Student Life 



Spring rouses fresh spurt of energy at Ripple 





Military Ball Queen Judy Barnes receives 
a kiss from Mayor Richard Lugar after 
being crowned at the ROTC event. 



With crepe paper and netting, Debby 
Hamilton creates topiary trees for the 
1968 Prom, "A Night in New Orleans." 



Student Life — 25 



AFS'ers gain understanding, 
friends while living abroad 



Holland is much more than Am- 
sterdam, cheese, and windmills, ac- 
cording to American Field Service 
Representative Mary Jo van het Erve. 
From her home, Raenmond, in south- 
ern Holland, Mary Jo came to the 
United States with the dual purpose 
of learning American customs plus 
relating the Dutch culture to Ameri- 
cans. One difference Mary Jo no- 
ticed was in the school system. In 
Holland, students attend high school 
for five or six years, thus, taking 
more time to study the same amount 
of material as Americans study in 
four years. Although the work here 
was harder, Mary Jo found time to 
participate in many activities includ- 
ing writing a column in the Ri- 
parian. Meeting new friends through 
school and through her host family, 



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the Richard Creedons, Mary Jo real- 
ized that not all Americans are loud 
and rich, but that they are much like 
the people of Holland. 

Broad Ripple was unusually lucky 
in having two of its students chosen 
for the AFS Summer Program. Exper- 
iencing two different situations, Hud- 
son Cooney and Laurie Gustafson 
were both impressed by the hospitali- 
ty in their own host country. 

The boat trip over, the daily 
sauna, and the beautiful landscape 
represent Finland to Hudson. Living 
at his family's estate in Tampere, he 
taught English at a camp. 

"Wyeing" to teachers, offering 
food to monks, and eating hot pep- 
pers comprised Laurie's stay in 
Bangkok, Thailand. While there, she 
studied Thai at a Thai school. 



Se/Z/ng tags and counting money, Mary Jo 
van het Erve takes an active part in Rip- 
ple's first Annual AFS Tag Day. 





With a Buddhist monk and her Thai sister as guides, Laurie Gustafson tours the grounds 
of an old temple, Wat Benja, during her AFS summer in Bangkok, Thailand. 



26 — Student Life 




An autumn day in Holiday Park provides the perfect atmosphere for Mary Jo to share the 
popular Dutch sport of bicycling with her American "sister," Madelyn Creedon. 





AFS'er to Finland, Hudson Cooney, ig- 
nores a "No Photography" sign located 
only ten feet from the Russian border. 



Supervised by her entire American fam- 
ily, Mary Jo prepares her younger broth- 
er, Richard, for trick or treating. 



Student Life — 27 




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From the Aztec ruins to the 1968 Olymp- 
ics, IU Honors student Celia Osborn rem- 
inisces about her summer in Mexico. 







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While studying in Germany under the IU Honors Program, Don Muir, Speedway, and Neil 
Baker visit the gardens of Schloss Bruhl, a palace in Cologne, Germany. 




National Merit Scholarship Finalists Steve Daily, Gary Carlson, Allen Harmon, Gerry 
Thomas, Vicki Parros, and Todd Sammons receive college mail in homeroom. 



28 — Student Life 



Travels abroad, scholarships 
reward industrious Ripplites 





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DAR Good Citizen Cynthia Hirtzel takes 
part in the "Stash your Trash" campaign 
by cleaning out her locker. 



Delegates to Girls' and Boys' State Dave Carr, Joe Dietz, Jody Brafford, Judy Barnes, 
Betsy Hack, and Larry Minnix discuss politics at the City-County Building. 



Student Life — 29 





30 — Academics 





Academics 



All the formulas and themes, 
all the analyzations and dissections 
of Moby Dick or Wuthering Heights, 
all the memory work (Whan that Ap- 
rill with his shoures soote — Canter- 
bury Taies in Middle English) — 
all these classroom assignments 
compel the student to act; he can 
take ideas and use them, en- 
joy them, change them, or ignore 
them. But whatever is done, the fact 
remains that young people must arm 
themselves with facts and knowledge 
to meet the demands of a compli- 
cated, technical, authoritative time. 



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Academics — 31 




Candles, cups, and clocks test the descriptive abilities and creative writing. To write the in-class theme, each student was required to 

talents of an English I class as Miss Jane Graham supervises their bring a simple object from home. 




Figaro, Phil Whistler, serenades Rosine, Meg Patterson, and the Comte, Dave Johnson, as 
they perform a scene from Le Barbier de Seville in French VI. 



Cocka-doodle-dooing, rooster John Merrill 
practices the fundamentals of self-expres- 
sion in his Speech class. 



32 — Academics 




English Department acquires new equipment 




New books, new equipment, and 
new courses modernized the English 
Department. Senior grammar books 
designed to aid students on college 
board examinations offered informa- 
tion and questions essential in tak- 
ing the SAT's. Overhead projectors 
assisted students in the classroom. 
Enabling seniors on Riparian to re- 
ceive a full credit for their work on 
staff, a new journalism course was 
created. 

The Foreign Language Department 
also acquired new books designed 
to encourage students to read and 
think entirely in another language. A 
new portable lab equipped with tapes 
and microphones made compre- 
hending Latin easier for Latin I- IV 
students. French and Spanish stu- 
dents communicated in their lan- 
guage by writing to foreign-speaking 
pen pals. 




As a high-speed iilm whizzes past, Tom 
Glazier and classmates increase their 
eyes' pace in Developmental Reading. 



Helping Kim Kirch mount her "hipp" mo- 
bile, Gary Larson adds the finishing touch 
to the Derivatives project. 



Academics- 




In preparation for the hour lectures on the U.S. election, Carolyn Collins and Allen Harmon 
wait to record their speeches as Margaret Burres discusses party caucuses. 



Election year 
enlivens facts 
for students 



The '68 campaign fever and elec- 
tion provided a view of governmental 
clockwork in action for Social Studies 
students. U.S. History and Govern- 
ment classes recorded the important 
issues and events of the campaign 
and analyzed the results in term 
papers and scrapbooks. Complying 
with Indiana state laws, government 
students taped a series of speeches 
on election processes and presented 
them to the student body over the 
P. A. system. 

During the spring semester, an 
experimental sociology course was 
offered to junior and senior students. 
The purpose of this new course was 
to develop a better understanding 
of human relationships and to pre- 
pare students for more effective par- 
ticipation in all aspects of society. 
The course covered such problems 
as race relations, the population 
explosion, urban development, and 
adolescent rebellion, better known 
as the generation gap. 




Who's Who, Encyclopedia Britannica, and other detailed reference 
materials provide World History I students John Cheffy and Susan 



Spangler with background information on explorers for their re- 
ports on the "Age of Exploration." 



34 — Academics 




Judge Fran Murchie listens intently as plaintiff Gerry Thomas ex- 
plains her case to attorney Ted Weesner. Clerk Susan Jansen 



records this verbal battle taking place in a realistic court session 
presented by a U.S. History II class. 



Explaining forces to a seventh grade pupil 
at a neighboring grade school, Connie 
Kleindorfer participates in the Exploratory 
Teaching program. 





For a c/ass demonstration on logical thinking, Psychology pupil Mike Stanfill decides how 
to bring suspended strings together without moving his body. 



Academics — 35 





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Learning the importance of the Algebraic 
proof from Mr. Dale Hamner, Ingrid Ozols 
explains each step. 



Science, Math Departments 
experience transitional period 



A transition between the old and 
new was experienced by the Science 
Department members as they antici- 
pated new facilities and classrooms. 
A slight curriculum revision enabled 
students to benefit from an enlarged 
supply of audio-visual materials. 

The outstanding student science 
projects of the year, a laser and a 
flamophonic speaker, were devel- 
oped by four Physics pupils. Allen 
Harmon and David Vail wired a fire 
to amplify music from local radio 
stations. Larry Schachter and Mike 
Walker constructed the excited light 
beam by utilizing a ruby rod. The 
laser is being donated to the school 
upon its completion. 

Awaiting a move to the new North 
Wing, the Math Department mem- 
bers are looking forward to six new 
classrooms and a math office. Parti- 
cipating in the Franklin College Math 
Contest, both contestants, Bill Mc- 
Niece and Cindy Hirtzel, placed with- 
in the top ten for Central Indiana. 




Working for extra credit, Dawn Lybarger 
and Courtney Hirtzel construct and paint 
geometric figures from metal. 




MIT professor of physics, Dr. Charles Crawford, informs an awed Physics class of the ad- 
vances in computers during the space age. 



36 — Academics 




From beeswax and whale blubber, a Physical Science class under cream. After Linda Blanchette brings the lotion to its right con- 

Mr. Carl Sams' supervision concocts a creamy, "ambrosiac" cold sistency, Joan Fenske tests it on Steve Shuel. 

To find the measurements required in projecting a distinctive image on a screen, Physics 
students Bill Sullenger, Bill Dale, and David Vail use an optical bench. 




Academics — 37 




Practicing for his part in the pep band, 
Larry Keeling lets loose with a booming 
"oompah." 



Art /// pupil Tony Richardson blends colors 
to create a still-life made from layers of 
tissue paper. 




38 — Academics 



Theory class 
offers variety 
for musicians 



Given a chance to create their 
own "masterpieces," students en- 
rolled in the Music Theory course 
composed original tunes using rules 
of harmony they learned in class. 
Besides creating melodies, Music 
Theory students also analyzed classi- 
cal symphonies. Music Appreciation, 
a course offered in the fall semester, 
attempted to develop discriminating 
musical tastes by having students 
listen and evaluate music of all 
periods. 

Designing an art piece to comple- 
ment the clock in the auditorium was 
the main project of the Art Depart- 
ment. The art piece included figures 
of the masks for comedy and trage- 
dy, a note scale, and a musical in- 
strument. To give the department 
extra space, a room equipped with 
soldering apparatus for jewelry work 
was opened in the South Addition. 



After carving a face mask, Debbie Holman 
shellacs the wooden surface to preserve 
and darken the finish. 





A handmade ring becomes personalized when Sandy Kimble skillfully solders her initials 
in a design she created in her Jewelry class. 




Listening to each chord, Music Theory pupils Howie Thomas, Jamie Heidenreich, Kathy 
Fox, and Betsy Mateer strive for perfection in their musical composition. 



Academics — 39 



New Distributive Ed program 
stresses business experience 



By the addition of two new classes 
to its regular curriculum, the Busi- 
ness Education Department offered 
students the opportunity to enrich 
their knowledge in fields of modern 
business. Students enrolled in the 
new Distributive Education program 
begin their day by attending school 
and complete their schedule by work- 
ing under the guidance of some local 
business establishment. In the new 
Introduction to Data Processing 
course, students learn to appreciate 
the need for fast and accurate rec- 
ord-keeping and to develop a basic 
knowledge of computer programing 
by studying the punch card and other 
visual aids. 

The Industrial Arts members sup- 
lemented their curriculum by the ad- 
dition of two courses. Benefiting 
the most from the new South Wing, 
the new Graphic Arts and Power 
Mechanics classes are furnished 
with new equipment, including press- 
es, engines, and cars. 

Although inconvenienced by the 
science classes held in the Cottage, 
the Home Ec classes will receive en- 
larged quarters next year. 




After choosing an appropriate motif for 
their Christmas cards, Graphic Arts pupils 
transfer the design on paper by a process 
called silk-screening. 





Basting demands patience and a steady hand from Clothing student Denise Jones when 
she prepares to sew a zipper into her new dress. 



40 — Academics 




In an effort to become acquainted with 
the maintenance of a car, boys in Power 
Mechanics class learn and practice the 
art of changing a tire. 

Advertising is discussed by Mr. Ronald 
Colquitt, manager of a local supermarket, 
as he speaks to a Distributive Education 
Sales class. 




Academics — 41 



ROTC unit receives first place rating in city 



1968 proved to be an outstanding 
year in the ROTC program's history 
when the unit was named number 
one in the city. In 1969, in spite of 
its excellent record, the battalion 
barely met the required enrollment. 
The unit, led by Commandant Ted 
Weesner, continued to teach riflery, 
drilling, and military history. 

New agendas were adopted by the 
Physical Education Department to 
help organize both boys' and girls' 
daily class routines. Included in the 
program were sports, games, relays, 
and self-testing exercises. These ac- 
tivities helped students develop and 
maintain maximum physical ef- 
ficiency and useful skills while en- 
joying wholesome physical exercise. 

An innovation in bowling equip- 
ment, "Hot Spot," offered practice 
in bowling skills to Phys. Ed. stu- 
dents. The portable, electrical ap- 
paratus can be easily set up in the 
gym. Four balance beams and a set 
of parallel bars were also added. 

In cooperation with the State 
Health Department, a representative 
from the State Alcohol and Narcotics 
Education Foundation spoke to 
health classes about the dangers of 
drugs and alcoholic beverages. 




Extreme control of muscles is needed by 
Kip Sexson, Gary Morse and Don Iselin as 
they try out new parallel bars. 




A "wounded" classmate poses a problem for Joe Spangler who demonstrates proper first 
aid techniques to fellow members of an ROTC class. 



42 — Academics 




Under Miss Barbara Vargo's supervision, girls in Phys. Ed. class formed daily at the beginning of class to help limber up muscles 

perform leg-conditioning exercises. Similar exercises are per- in preparation for greater physical exertion. 



Recording results on a special Driver's Education machine, Linda Standish tests class- 
mate Cornelius White on his peripheral vision. 





To learn more about anatomy, Health stu- 
dent Bill Cooper removes a lung from a 
model to study the heart. 



Academics — 43 




Organizations 





Organizations 



A Thespian play — memorizing lines, 
building a teahouse, and babysitting 
for a goat — 

A television contest — practicing 
after school, challenging a panel of 
teachers, and pushing buzzers — 
A choral performance — learning 
lyrics, fitting robes, and making up 
lost class time after school — 
Organizations take the talent and ini- 
tiative of hundreds of Ripple stu- 
dents who consider time valuable 
when spent in getting to know one 
another, improving their school and 
environment, and having fun. 



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Organizations — 4-5 




Enthusiastic supporters of the basketball team, Key Club officers Mark MacLucas, Brian 
Blair, Dave Johnson, Pat Barnes, and John Owen prepare a victory hoop. 



Key clubbers 
donate time 
to community 



After completing 528 man-hours 
of work painting Broad Ripple Park's 
train the "old 587" last summer, 
Key Club members started the 
school year off with a bang by spon- 
soring the second annual Key Club 
Dance-After-The- First-Football-Game. 

Contributing to the school by 
helping Orange Aid's "Stash the 
Trash" campaign, Key Club also 
served the community in projects 
ranging from testing hamburgers for 
Walker Research to doing recrea- 
tional work at an inner-city school on 
Saturday afternoons. 

Sponsored by the Northside Ki- 
wanis Club, Key Club participated 
in District and State workshops. 
Ripple senior Hudson Cooney was 
elected Lt. Governor of the fourth 
district. 



Key Club — BACK ROW: John Hudson Cooney, Neil Baker, Gary 
Larson, Brian Welch, Paul Dryden, Jeff Stevens, David Johnson, 
Bill Cordell, Al Baumgart, Tom Hougham, Todd Sammons, Clyde 
Lieberman. THIRD ROW: Gary Carlson, John Owen, Blair Austin, 
Phil Whistler, Pat Barnes, Bruce Pallman, David King, Dan Morris, 
Dave Lancaster, Jim Erwin, Ben McCormick. SECOND ROW: 



Brian Blair, Steve Daily, Ed Guion, Russell Rice, Mark MacLucas, 
John Chivington, Larry Lett, Jim Jansen, Rick Turney, Dave 
Carr. FRONT ROW: Jay Cohen, Bill Cooper, Dan Evard, Dan Gold- 
stein, Mark Walsh, Gary Swim, Larry Minnix, Jack Keene, Stan 
Peters, Mr. Warren Jackson. Members are selected on the basis 
of leadership, scholarship, and citizenship. 



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46 — Organizations 




Student Council — BACK ROW: Jay Cohen, Mark Stephens, Blair 
Austin, Ben McCormick, John Hudson Cooney, Clyde Lieberman, 
Steve Shuel, Bill Cordell, Dave Johnson, Brian Welch, Neil Baker, 
Bill Silvey, Phil Whistler, Mark MacLucas. SECOND ROW: Kate 
Mullane, Marilyn Myers, Ann Cooney, Laurie Gustafson, Susan 
Peck, Jody Brafford, Mary Jo van het Erve, Jane Sellery, Dori 



Patterson, Peggy Weber, Betsy Marsh, Janet Negley, Alicia Hill. 
FRONT ROW: Julie Houk, Cheryl Pierson, Holly Hughes, Mary 
Carnell, Dee Dee Frazin, Marcia Miles, Susie Grills, Ann Chivington, 
Beth Wood, Janet Griffin, Kathy Wilson, Linda Culclasure. Eight 
new freshman members were selected in November to represent 
the freshman class. 



Orange Aid urges pupils to 'stash the trash' 




Selling used books is "old hat" to OA officers Betsy Marsh, Pam Retterer, Judy Barnes, 
Ann Chivington, and Dee Dee Frazin as they plan their main project. 



Intensive "Stash the Trash" cam- 
paigning went into full swing when 
members of Orange Aid, Ripple's 
oldest organization, donned badges 
and exhibited posters urging stu- 
dents to have school pride and to 
help keep Broad Ripple clean. 

Keeping with tradition, Orange Aid 
sponsored the Big-Little Sister pro- 
gram, Christmas caroled at the Har- 
ris Sanitorium, and operated the 
newly built used bookstore. 

Bright balloons and colorful back- 
drops set the stage for the OA style 
show, "Up, Up, and Away." 

Striving to better the relationship 
between pupils at Broad Ripple. Stu- 
dent Council gave the starting boost 
to a Human Relations Forum. 

A newly formed Agenda Commit- 
tee increased the efficiency of the 
council and informed the student 
body of the council's activities. 

Members sold AFS tags on the 
first annual AFS Tag Day and at the 
APT Carnival to raise funds to sup- 
port the AFS program. 

Two picnics, a Christmas progres- 
sive dinner, and a dance sparked the 
Student Council's social season. 



Organizations — 47 



Speakers, parties, trips enliven club activities 



Traveling around the world in 
eighty days via a lecture by a cos- 
mopolitan speaker and sponsoring 
the "Battle of the Bands" at the 
APT Carnival highlighted the fall ac- 
tivities of the Junior Historical So- 
ciety. Historians celebrated the 
Christmas season with a party at the 
Statler-Hilton Airport Hotel. In addi- 
tion to renovating the Junior His- 
torical Society constitution, members 
explored Greenfield village and 
Windsor, Canada in an excursion to 
the Detroit area over Teachers' Con- 
vention in October. 

Striving to exemplify the qualities 
of leadership, scholarship, service, 
and character, symbolized in the Na- 
tional Honor Society crest, members 
of NHS served the community by do- 
nating to the Police Coffee Can Fund 
at Christmas time and stimulated 
educational interest by having prom- 
inent citizens lecture at the NHS 
monthly meetings. 




A newly-erected marker by the Central Canal and Meridian Street catches the interest of 
JHS officers Alicia Hill, Julie Houk, Todd Merrill, and Bill Cordell. 



National Honor Society — BACK ROW: Cathy Peck, Louis Schlegel, 
Clyde Lieberman, Dave Johnson, Jeff Stevens, Bill Cordell, Allen 
Harmon, Tom Hougham, Todd Sammons, Pat Barnes, Phil Whis- 
tler. FOURTH ROW: Jody Brafford, Mary Jo van het Erve, Steph- 
anie Hanika, Virginia Sumner, Neil Baker, Carol Bockoski, Susie 
Basler, Jane Griffin, Liz Kohlstaedt, Julie Belton, Kate Mullane. 
THIRD ROW: Bill Cooper, Janet Negley, Mark MacLucas, Laurie 
Gustafson, Marta Pugh, Marilyn Myers, Nancy Geisler, John 



Engert, Debbie Petrie, Barb Levy, Brian Blair, Mike Walker. SEC- 
OND ROW: Gail Healy, Christie Hughes, Connie Kleindorfer, Alicia 
Hill, Nick Seldon, Carol Gavin, Dee Dee Frazin, Ellen Dryden, Mary 
Carnell, Joan Stahl. FRONT ROW: Mr. Albert Mahin, Lenni Cart- 
wright, Kim Kirch, Julie Houk, Ingrid Ozols, Laura Schnuelle, 
Marcia Singer, Nancy Ranshaw, Janet Kleinschmidt, Cynthia Hirt- 
zel, Miss Winifred West. 




48 — Organizations 




Junior Historical Society — BACK ROW: Rusty Miller, Bill Sullenger, 
Louis Schlegel, Steve York, Mike Smitha, Jeff Stevens, Daryl 
Mason, David Johnson, Brian Welch, Clyde Lieberman, Elsa 
Schroeder, Larry Jones, Ingrid Ozols. FOURTH ROW: Beth Wood, 
Mark MacLucas, Todd Merrill, Bill Smith, Gary Larson, Todd Sam- 
mons, Bill McNiece, Dave Lawson, Hans Steck, Dan Morris, Phil 
Wagner, Kim Kirch. THIRD ROW: Marcia Singer, Linda Isham, 
Sandy Satinsky, Dori Patterson, Frances Murchie, Marilyn Shultz, 
Cathy Peck, Thomas Linton, Becky LeMond, Carol Shelton, Susan 



Peck, Kristen Wolfram, Barbie Leventhal. SECOND ROW: Debbie 
Petrie, Norma Williams, Marta Pugh, Jack Keene, Anita Sakowitz, 
Susie Kleindorfer, Nick Seldon, Jayne Russell, John Owen, Betsy 
Mateer, Jan Wood. FRONT ROW: Mr. Dave Weber, Mary Simon, 
Patti Schachter, Doug Jones, Sally Jamison, Connie Kleindorfer, 
Marcia Miles, Janet Negley, Laura Schnuelle, Meg Patterson, Nan 
Steck, Nancy O'Brien. JHS added historical election buttons to 
their campaign button collection. 



Junior Historical Society — BACK ROW: Ed House, Tom Hougham, 
Allen Harmon, Bill Hogan, Randy Hirtzel, Bill Cordell, Bill Heath, 
Tom Hinesley, Joe Dietz, John Hudson Cooney, Jody Brafford, 
Joan Engert. FOURTH ROW: Stephanie Hanika, Gary Carlson, 
Dave Carr, Matt Gotshall, Pat Barnes, Bill Easley, Paul Dryden, 
Neil Baker, Judy Barnes, Gail Healy, Dee Dee Frazin. THIRD ROW: 
Nancy Hopper, Julie Belton, Mary Jo van het Erve, Carolyn Bloem, 
Sharon Davis, Aline Drew, Steve Daily, Carol Bockoski, Susie 



Basler, Alicia Hill, Holly Hughes. SECOND ROW: Christie Hughes. 
Denese Goecker, Nancy Geisler, Jay Cohen, Bill Cooper, Sharon 
Bauchle, Jane Griffin, Ann Cooney, Courtney Carter, Julie Houk. 
FRONT ROW: Cynthia Hirtzel, Chris Crockett, Jill Gallmeier, Diane 
Bauchle, Mary Carnell, Libby Blake, Andy Alex, Melissa Graham. 
Linda Culclasure, Lenni Cartwright, Mr. Dave Weber, a new history 
teacher, replaced Mr. Raymond Hall, the retired sponsor. 




Organizations — 49 




Fore/'gneers — BACK ROW: Gerry Thomas, Stefan Stackhouse, 
Patricia Cornwell, Denice Wilson, Jennifer Jones. SECOND ROW: 
Anita Townsend, Barbara Levy, Marcia Miles, Karen Cain, Alicia 



Holland, Jonnie Mae Wingard. FRONT ROW: Silvia Aponte, 
Marsha Planck, Rudy Bentley, Nancy Ranshaw, Marsha Batten, 
Mrs. Carol Bolton. 



Debate Society — STANDING: Dan Morris, Joe Dietz, Mrs. Janis 
Schmidt, Larry Schacter, Todd Merrill, Bill McNiece. SEATED: 



Geoffrey Passo, Mimi Morris, Jennifer Jones. Mrs. 
phrey became the new sponsor at mid-semester. 



Edith Hum- 




50 — Organizations 




Pub lab, photo short course 
encourage journalistic interest 



Al Lehner, Greg Feeman, and Lindley 
Weikert, Photo Club officers, examine a 
press used in mounting pictures. 



An international dinner was the 
high spot of the year for Broad Rip- 
ple's Foreigneers. Lectures by stu- 
dents and teachers who went abroad 
during the summer added fun and 
information to Foreigneers meetings. 
Members gave canned goods to the 
Salvation Army at Christmas time 
and boosted finances with candy 
sales. 

Motivated by photo contests and 
award-winning issues of the Riparian 
yearbook and newspaper, Photo Club 
members worked to better their 
printing techniques. Al Lehner, Photo 
Club president, won first place in 
Advertising Photography at Marion 
County Press Day. Members spon- 
sored a photo short course in the 
spring. 

Debate Society sent four partici- 
pants to the Annual Purdue Legisla- 
ture and entered regularly scheduled 



Marion County Debate League meets. 
Members researched debate topics, 
planned bills for the legislature, and 
discussed the techniques of debate 
at their weekly meetings. 

Last summer, two senior debaters 
went to the Communication Arts In- 
stitute at Michigan State University. 
Joe Dietz was named outstanding 
novice debater at the institute. 

Quill and Scroll members, se- 
lected for outstanding work in jour- 
nalism, passed their knowledge on 
to beginning journalists in the Pub- 
lications lab series during the fall 
semester. 

Keeping a journalistic "eye on 
things." members attended classes 
at the National Scholastic Press As- 
sociation Convention in Chicago over 
the Thanksgiving holiday weekend 
and at the Marion County Press Day 
Conference in January. 




Quill and Scroll — BACK ROW: Geoffrey Passo, Cathy Peck, Pon 
Yee, Todd Sammons, Louis Schlegel, Bill Cordell, Dick Jacobs, 
Al Lehner, Lindley Weikert, Neil Baker, Dan Morris, Charles 
Hardesty. SECOND ROW: Jane Hudson, Joan Engert, Steve 
Daily, Laurie Gustafson, Rosalie Simon, Marilyn Shultz, Bliss Rea, 



Jean Kavich, Michele Mark, Alicia Hill, Mrs. Ruth Marie Grises. 
FRONT ROW: Jill Gallmeier, Card Gavin. Nancy Geisie-. Norma 
Williams, Sally Morns, Marcia Miles. Marta Pugh. Andy Alex. 
Cynthia Hirtzel. Chris Crockett. Induction ceremonies took place 
at the Indianapolis Press Club. 



Organizations — 51 




Orchestra — Gilda Anderson, Felesa Averitte, Jerri Bain, Neil 
Baker, Pat Barnes, Karen Benmour, Linda Benmour, Ruby Bent- 
ley, Georgia Briggs, Sue Christena, Robert Edie, Bill Egger, Greg 
Feeman, Kathy Fox, Shawna Frazer, Bill Frew, Ed Guion, Debbie 
Hargis, Mary Beth Heaton, Jim Hoffmann, Alicia Holland, Tibor 
Klopfer, Boris Kostic, Mary Larabee, Barb Levy, Tom Linton, 
Denita McCoy, Myra Maki, Allen Marcus, Jerome Marcus, John 



Merrill, Mimi Morris, Marsha Moseley, John Myers, Sylvia Nau, 
Ed O'Rear, Tom Peterson, Charles Rudesill, Geoffrey Rudesill, Bob 
Runnels, Steve Runnels, Laura Schnuelle, Carl Schumacher, Bren- 
da Segal, Carol Shelton, Randy Smith, Jeff Snyder, Howie Thomas, 
Angelique Wagner, Mike Walker, Jan White, Denice Wilson. The 
Orchestra accompanied the Golden Singers in their production of 
"Music Man." 



Clef Club — BACK ROW: Howie Thomas, Jamie Heidenreich, David 
Carr, Elsa Schroeder, George Benn, Bill Schumacher, Jeff Stevens, 
Debbie Holman, John Hudson Cooney, Sandra Kimble, Thomas 
Linton, Sandy Hood, Jim Jansen, Madelyn Creedon. THIRD ROW: 
Anne Gilchrist, Linda King, Tim Kaufman, Margie Newton, Nancy 
Hopper, Deidre O'Shea, Geoffrey Rudesill, Janet Fowler, Carol 
Shelton, Marcia Olive, Laura Stenberg, Marilyne Jones, Bar- 
bara Levy, Kathy Downey. SECOND ROW: Karin Hansen, Jan 



White, John Merrill, Betsy Mateer, Sylvia Nau, Darilyne Jones, 
Charles Rudesill, Dee Dee Frazin, Wanda Smith, Gilda Anderson, 
Sherryl Toler, Carol Stiles. FRONT ROW: Gail Bartlett, Kathy 
Fox, Sylvia Smith, Jim Thomas, Mary Larabee, Cheryl Duck- 
worth, Dianne Roush, Christine Stewart, Libby Stanton, Judy Mc- 
Kinley, Mrs. Barbara Mueller. Members demonstrated vocal and 
instrumental talent by performing at monthly meetings. 




52 — Organizations 




Serious effort and daily practice on the Auditorium stage prepare Orchestra members 
Alicia Holland and Denice Wilson for the Spring Concert. 




First officers 
promote effort 
of Orchestra 



The opening of the Indiana State 
Teachers' Convention brought the 
Orchestra into the spotlight when the 
group played for instructors from 
all over Indiana. The Orchestra 
entertained in school programs and 
toured grade schools to arouse inter- 
est in music courses. 

Select members formed the string 
ensemble to play at the Senior 
Mothers' Tea and to accompany the 
Golden Singers in Handel's "Mes- 
siah." 

Some "firsts" introduced into the 
Orchestra included the election of 
officers for organizing projects and 
the decoration of a Homecoming car. 

The music honorary organization, 
Clef Club, chose members by audi- 
tions in September. Their 1968 
spring auditorium program, full of 
cavemen, Charleston dancers, 
screaming teenyboppers, and popu- 
lar rock, depicted "Music Through 
the Ages." 



Intent on hitting the right note every 
time, Debbie Hargis concentrates on her 
cello part for a Christmas song. 




Organizations — 53 




"Five golden riiiiiings, four calling birds, three lousy pigeons ..." 
and a lot of ad libbing by Marcia Olive, Bill Schumacher, Pam 



Retterer, Cheryl Duckworth and Susan Jansen ham up a Madrigal 
production of "The Twelve Days of Christmas." 



Monogram accents new Golden Singer robes 




Entertaining city-wide audiences, 
the Golden Singers and Madrigals 
performed for civic organizations 
and school programs. Bright orange 
stoles with the "BR" monogram and 
orange collars accented the Golden 
Singers' new robes, purchased with 
candy sale profits and donations. 

Climaxing weeks of daily re- 
hearsals, the Golden Singers donned 
old-fashion dresses and knickers to 
present the musical comedy, "The 
Music Man." (See pages 22-23.) 

During the Christmas season the 
group sang for hospital patients, 
shoppers, and church groups. They 
performed at Glendale and the new 
Lafayette Square shopping center, 
and at a Kiwanis Club Luncheon. 

Sixteen people selected from the 
Golden Singers made up the Madri- 
gals. Specializing in sixteenth cen- 
tury music, the small group sang a 
cappella. In the District Solo and En- 
semble Contest, the Madrigals per- 
formed as a group, as a boys' octet 
and a girls' octet, and as individuals. 



Madrigals — BACK ROW: Charles Rudesill, 
Tim Kaufman, Mark MacLucas, John Mer- 
rill, Jim Jansen, George Benn, Bill Schu- 
macher, Jeffrey Stevens. FRONT ROW: 
Susan Jansen, Marcia Olive, Cheryl Duck- 
worth, Linda King, Kathy Downey, Jamie 
Heidenreich, Pam Retterer, Anne Baugh- 
man. 



54 — Organizations 




Go/den Singers — BACK ROW: Jim Oakley, Anne Baughman, 
Jeff Stevens, Pam Retterer, Bill Schumacher, Sandy Hood, Sandy 
Kimble, Kevin Mueller, Jamie Heidenreich, Bill Easley, Elsa 
Schroeder, Jerry Sloan. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Downey, Bill Smith, 
Mary Jo van het Erve, Kent Eggleston, Denita McCoy, Larry 
Keeling, Ed House, Sue Wood, Dave Carr, Margie Newton, Todd 
Merrill, Madelyn Creedon, George Benn. THIRD ROW: Phil Whist- 



ler, Linda King, Rick Chatman, Lynn Fraser, Reed Nesbit, Tim 
Kaufman, Charles Hardesty, Susie Waltz, John Myers, Carol 
Shelton, Jim Jansen. SECOND ROW: Mark MacLucas, Chris 
Hughes, Betsy Mateer, Rick Turney, Glenn Corlett, Marcia Olive, 
Connie Kleindorfer, John Merrill, Diana Alley. FRONT ROW: Julie 
Houk, Kathy Fox, Susan Jansen, Charles Rudesill, Cheryl Duck- 
worth, Marcia Singer, Norma Williams. 



Demonstrating an intricate dance step, Mr. Gene Poston teaches the Golden Singers a 
routine for a village scene from their performance of "The Music Man." 




Organizations — 55 




Baton Club — BACK ROW: Nancy Geisler, Margie Newton, Nancy 
Hopper, Frances Murchie, Lynn Keffer, Linda Havens, Marta 
Pugh, Angie Dube, Janet Negley. SECOND ROW: Monica Mosby, 



Andy Alex, Lee Ann Johantges, Dee Dee Frazin, Sue Chaddock, 
Denise Moore, Cheryl Dalton. FRONT ROW: Mary Larabee, Sue 
Christena, Lisa Keller, Bev Cain, Judy McKinley. 




56 — Organizations 



Precise drilling 
prepares Band, 
Pompon Corps 



Forty hours of work and one week 
at Smith-Walbridge Camp in the 
summer prepared two drum majors 
and three baton twirlers for a busy 
season of games and parades. The 
Band played at the Football Jam- 
boree on August 31, at all home 
football games, and at ROTC Federal 
Inspection in May. 

As the Band marched through 
Broad Ripple Village on Band Tag 
Day, November 1, the Pompon Corps 
sold band tags to the public. The 
Band also participated in the Home- 
coming Parade and in the Veterans' 
Day Parade. The musicians played 
for Band Festival Week on the Glen- 
dale Mall and in the Broad Ripple 
Legion Memorial Day Service at 
Broad Ripple Park. As an extra ser- 
vice, trumpeters played at American 
Legion funerals. 

Practicing at least five hours a 
week, the Pompon Corps, majorettes, 
and flag twirlers worked out intri- 
cate routines to perform in new black 
and orange uniforms for both home 
football and basketball games. 




Warning Max to behave during the Homecoming Parade, Head Drum Major Ed Guion 
instructs his 170-pound St. Bernard, the school mascot, on "marching manners." 




Band — Cheryl Adams, Tola Bailey, Neil 
Baker, Patrick Barnes, David Bates, Rich- 
ard Bixby, Steve Bixby, Cheryl Brock- 
smith, Beverly Cain, Karen Cain, Melvin 
Chestnut, Sue Christena, Scott Christie, 
Kenneth Davies, Bill Egger, Dan Emer- 
son, David Fowler, Bill Frew, Jerry Gallo- 
way, Edward Guion, David Hammer, Steve 
Harris, Howard Henley, Jim Hoffmann, 
Dave Honaker, Darilyne Jones, Marilyne 
Jones, Larry Keeling, Lisa Keller, Mary 
Larabee, Barbara Levy, Rhonda Link, Tom 
Linton, Dave Locke, Craig Maddox, Tim 
Marsh, Judy McKinley, John McLarty. 
John Merrill, John Mohr, Karl Mohr, Bill 
Nunn, Ed O'Rear, Kathy Owen. Bob Peter- 
son, Tom Peterson, Dorothy Pipkin, Reg- 
inald Ratliff, Neil Rude, Charles Rudesill, 
Geoffrey Rudesill, Todd Sammons, Larry 
Schachter, Laura Schnuelle, Joe Segal, 
Philip Segal, Cindy Strauss, Jerry Sum- 
mers, Howie Thomas, Jim Thomas. Bruce 
Toler, David Tucker, Debbie Tutt, Mary 
Van Deventer, Mike Walker. Debbie 
Wharam, Jan White, Charlotte Wilson, Mr. 
Wallace Decker. 



Organizations — 57 




Girls' Concert Choir — BACK ROW: Janet Fowler, Marilyn Fleming, 
Nancy Phillips, Lynn Keffer, Janice Baker, Laura Bauman, Karen 
Murray, Donna Brunsma, Janis Kaellner, Julie Adams. FOURTH 
ROW: Janet Rowland, Flo Morrison, Becky Peters, Janet Negley, 
Charlotte Cheatham, Dora Potasnik, Sandy Summers, Julie Loy, 
Susan Sexson, Norma Cox. THIRD ROW: Jeane Ashby, Gail Healy, 



Lorraine Wooldridge, Ginger Pettijohn, Gretchen Schulz, Kathy 
Lee, Sally Joe Campbell, Ruby Bentley, Lisa Keller, Peggy Fisher. 
SECOND ROW: Rosalind Long, Peggy Ryan, Christine Stewart, 
Carole Legendre, Lesley Gamby, D i a n n e Roush, Barbara 
Wharam, Suzanne Pettet, Laura Williams. FRONT ROW: Jennie 
Cohen, Jenny Cronin, Beth Bivens, Gigi Dunning, Starr O'Banion, 
Joyce Littrell, Judy McKinley. 



Rippleaires — BACK ROW: Nancy Hopper, Dori Patterson, Frances 
Murchie, Marsha Phillips, Gerry Thomas, Terri Hubbard, Jane 
Sellery, Laura Stenberg. SECOND ROW: Dee Dee Frazin, Jane 
Griffin, Debbie Hancock, Libby Blake, Lucia Hutchinson, Helaine 



Kane, Karen Lamm, Janet Glazier. FRONT ROW: Debbie Browne, 
Janet Griffin, Anne Gilchrist, Barbara Clark, Debbie Wilgus, Libby 
Stanton, Pam Wright. Twenty-four girls were chosen for Ripple- 
aires after auditioning in the spring. 




58 — Organizations 



New singing 
groups perfect 
festive songs 



The Rippleaires and the Rocket- 
aires, two brand new performing 
groups, replaced the A Cappella 
Choir with two separate boys' and 
girls' choirs. Both groups sang at 
Christmas programs, the spring fes- 
tival, and the choral festival. The 
Rocketaires also participated in the 
All-City Boys' Festival. 

The Rippleaires sang without ac- 
companiment for four church groups 
during the year. Folk songs, popular 
show tunes, and contemporary cho- 
ral music comprised the programs. 

Also aiming for high musical 
quality, the Girls' Concert Choir, 
under the direction of new sponsor, 
Mrs. Lucinda Paul, gave a program 
for the downtown Sertoma Club and 
sang on the Glendale Mall. 





Striving to develop perfect tone quality, 
Rocketaire Bob Hummel sings with the 
direction of Mr. Gene Poston. 



Last-minute preparations for a concert 
include a glance at the music of Rip- 
pleaires Anne Gilchrist and Karen Lamm. 



Rocketaires — BACK ROW: Ervin Herman, Dave Ham, Bruce Pall- 
man, Tom Hougham, Terry Curtis, Charles Wirth, Matt Gotshall, 
David King, Donald Sides, Tom Glazier. THIRD ROW: Steve 
Bixby, Mark Stephens, Kent Jackson, John Clifford, Dave Wil- 
son, Brad Wright, Bill Silvey, Dennis Miller, Dave Locke. SEC- 



OND ROW: William Wright, Skip Miller, Dave Tucker, Tim Marsh, 
Mike Bishop, Dave Hammer, Noble Hatfield, Jeff Caresky. 
FRONT ROW: Doug Jones, Jay Cohen, Mike Black, Kenny Simms, 
Dan Evard, Jack Keene, Rick Bateman, Craig Laflin. Thirty-six 
boys formed the new singing group. 




Organizations — 59 



Actors stage 
oriental drama 
for Thespians 



A "verrry interesting" Laugh-In, 
based on the currently popular tele- 
vision show was sponsored by the 
National Thespians at the APT Car- 
nival in November. 

Go-go dancers and psychedelic 
music were featured on the troupe's 
Homecoming float, "Psych it to 
'em," which won second prize in the 
contest. 

Thespians' chief production, the 
"Teahouse of the August Moon," 
was presented on February 13 and 
15. 

Library Club emphasized service 
by aiding the handicapped and do- 
nating books to the Deaf School. At 
a candle-light initiation at the begin- 
ning of the year new members were 
inducted into the club. 




Wreaths and ornaments add to the Christmas spirit of Library Club officers Mimi Morris, 
Debbie Hargis, Lindley Weikert, Jayne Russell, and Kahla Rensberger as they make plans 
for decorating the library. 



National Thespians — BACK ROW: Jim Jansen, David Carr, Ron ros, Margie Newton, Gail Healy. FRONT ROW: Libby Blake, Carole 

Budd, Jeff Stevens, Ed House, John Owen, Gary Carlson. SEC- Nash, Carol Shelton, Mimi Morris, Debbie Buckner, Mrs. Patricia 

OND ROW: Jeanne Ashby, Jayne Russell, Todd Merrill, Vicki Par- Richardson. 




60 — Organizations 





Mexican sombreros, French berets, and Nehru jackets provide the proper foreign mood 
for Hi-Y officers Al Lehner, Ed O'Rear, Bob Runnels, Karl Mohr, Tom Peterson, Ed Guion, 
and John Mohr as they prepare their Model United Nations speeches. 



The gook and glamour of the stage intrigue 
Understudies officers Jayne Russell, Vicki 
Parros, Gail Healy, and Jeanne Ashby in 
behind-the-scene work. 



Clubs' Christmas projects aid needy families 




"Tri-Hi-Y is your club," the organization's membership drive slogan, aids officers Susan 
Hague, Kathy Kreutzfeld, Patti Brack, Marcia Singer, Anne Baughman, and Kathy Wells 
in encouraging Ripple girls to join. 



Understudies' smashing pie-throw 
at the APT Carnival helped provide 
funds for their annual one-act play. 
presented at the end of a productive 
season. The group started its activi- 
ties for the year with a party on 
makeup techniques and application. 

Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y, the two service 
organizations at Ripple affiliated with 
the Jordon YMCA, once again partici- 
pated in the city-wide Model UN for 
a weekend in the spring. 

Giving service to the community 
by providing food and clothing for 
needy families during the holiday 
season and by selling mints for the 
World Service Fund, both clubs up- 
held their tradition of helping others 
about them. 

A weekend retreat at Flat Rock 
Camp for Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y members 
in the fall proved to be informative 
and entertaining to the group. 

Another important event for Tri- 
Hi-Y members was the Homecoming 
parade, for their float, "Put 'em Six 
Feet Under," won third prize in the 
float division competition. 



Organizations — 61 



Science Club members make Chicago visit 




Future Nurses — BACK ROW: Debbie Waltz, Sandy Merrell, Patricia Cornwall, Margaret 
Burres, Judy Coleman. FRONT ROW: Juanita Montgomery, Loraine Wooldridge, Patti 
Schachter, Barbara Wharam, Beverly Kaplan. 



Going beyond classroom informa- 
tion in many fields, members of five 
Ripple clubs joined in the search for 
specialized knowledge. 

Members of Science Club took a 
field trip to the Museum of Science 
and Industry in Chicago last June. 

Red Cross members provided fa- 
vors and party boxes for hospitals 
and needy people overseas. The club 
also sent representatives to a Lead- 
ership Training Conference and the 
Annual Disaster Seminar. 

Art Club members used their skills 
making gold and silver topiary trees 
and gave them as a Christmas proj- 
ect to a home for elderly people. 

A scholarship award of $100 was 
set aside by Future Nurses to a club 
member interested in a medical ser- 
vice career. The group visited Crest- 
view Nursing Home over the holi- 
days and sang Christmas carols. 

Home Economics Club began the 
year with a tea for prospective mem- 
bers and gave an initiation banquet 
at the Hansel and Gretel restaurant. 




Science Club — BACK ROW: Jayne Russell, Steve Shobe, Steve 
Runnels, Bob Runnels, Sandy Hood, Don McLaughlin, John Ro- 
bare. FRONT ROW: Pam Roberts, Patti Schachter, Larry Passo, 



Barb Levy, Gail Healy, Brenda Segal, Lori Hilliard, Dr. Richard 
Dowell. The eighteen members of the club sold candy during 
the year to finance trips and projects. 



62 — Organizations 





Long hours spent in hard work reward Red Cross officers Charlotte Wilson, Laura 
Schnuelle, Bill Easley, Tina Hunget, and Barbara Levy as they receive service pins for 
their dedication and aid to hospitals and needy people overseas. 



Art Club officers Linda Lohss, Terri 
Clauer, and Kay Schnuelle prepare a show- 
case display of cut paper designs. 




Home Ec Club — BACK ROW: Jessie Dozier, Kathy Cox, Carolyn 
Smith, Christy Harrington, Elizabeth Davis, Deborah Wilson, 
Janis Kaellner. SECOND ROW: Pamela Jones, Ronita Germany, 



Lynda Kesler, Senora Posey, Christine West, Kathy Powell. 
FRONT ROW: Rosalind Ratcliff, Theresa Bonner, Judy Coleman. 
Lois Linton, Debbie Buckner, Mrs. Kathryn Barnes. 



Organizations — 63 



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Planning for Rippy Rocket's hat, Mary Carnell "sizes up" its shape while other Booster 
Club officers Janet Griffin and Laurie Gustafson paint the mascot. 



Spirited clubs 
push sports, 
safety, fitness 



Rocket power reached new heights 
with many clubs sponsoring spirited 
campaigns and projects. 

Weekly warning posters helped 
Safety Council show the need for 
courtesy in the halls, and traffic 
signs for stairways reduced con- 
gestion during passing periods. 

"C'mon you Rockets, now — Go, 
Go, Go!" became the cry of the 
Booster Block during basketball sea- 
son as they boosted school spirit. 
The Lettermen also offered their 
time and talent during basketball 
season by sweeping the playing 
court and helping clean up the Boys' 
Gym at the end of each game. 

Shouts of victory and cries of de- 
feat rang through the Girls' Gym as 
girls participated in volleyball, 
archery, pingpong, basketball, and 
other tournaments sponsored by the 
Girls' Athletic Association. 



GAA — BACK ROW: Susie Burns, Sheryl Thornberry, Lynn Keffer, 
Margaret Burres, Laura Bauman, Kathy Cox, Liz Kohlstaedt, Toni 
Widmeyer, Marcia Miles. SECOND ROW: Nancy Sullenger, Beverly 
Cain, Barbara Levy, Linda Standish, Carolyn Jones, Venita Wood, 



Charlotte Wilson, Barbara Love. FRONT ROW: Jackie Kerr, Joyce 
Leap, Barbara Wharam, Sylvia Johnson, Ruby Bentley, Kathy 
Fox, Libby Stanton, Miss Barbara Vargo. Nearly 100 girls par- 
ticipated in after-school sports this year. 




64 — Organizations 







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Lettermen's Club — BACK ROW: Jim Duckworth, Reginald Cross, 
Dave Lautner, Bob Ring, Steve Shuel, Jim Wendling, Charles 
Pollard, John Hardin Jr., Robert Kenagy, Mike Smitha, Thomas 
Redmond, Brian Welch. THIRD ROW: Hans Steck, Ervin Herman, 
Tom Glazier, Richard Spahr, Gary Larson, Bill Smith, David King, 
John Lynch, Bob Helbert, Steve Bixby, Mr. Robert Brown. SEC- 



Safety Council — BACK ROW: Bill Silvey, John McLarty, Brad 
Smith, Pam Retterer, Geoffrey Rudesill, Judy Barnes, Linda King, 
Jane Sellery, Jane Griffin. SECOND ROW: Leslie King, Susie 
Burns, Larry Jones, Jody Brafford, Mark MacLucas, Debbie Go- 



OND ROW: Ron Allred, Wayne Harper, Mike Kuhfeld, Jack Saw- 
rey, Mark Strahlendorf, Hudson Cooney, Bill Swinn, Larry Lett, 
Tony Richardson, Jim Hoffmann, Bill Sullenger. FRONT ROW: 
Curtis Reeves, Richard Turney, Pete Guion, Jim Crosbie, Wendell 
Brown, Ken Doerr, Jack McElhiney, Reginald Smith, Jack Keene, 
Mike Stanfill, LaMont Stewart. 



ecker, Sally Jo Campbell, Kathy Lee, Jean Mullane, Kate Mullane. 
FRONT ROW: Janet Griffin, Elaine Olvey, Charles Rudesill, Doug 
Jones, Julie Houk, Dan Wooley, Mr. Albert Mahin. 




Organizations — 65 



Staffers shine at Marion County Press Day 




Neil Baker, Dan Morris, Bill Cordell, and Todd Sammons, top newspaper editors, check 
page proofs for possible errors before the final copy is printed. 



To the students' surprise, the Ri- 
parian newspaper switched last fall 
from glossy to newsprint paper to 
cut down on costs. However, this 
change in appearance did not reflect 
on the content of the paper as the 
editors stressed better writing and 
in-depth reporting. 

Representing the Riparian news- 
paper at the Marion County Press 
Day Conference, Andy Alex, edi- 
torial editor, won first place in fea- 
ture writing and Todd Sammons, co- 
editor-in-chief, and Dave Johnson 
won first and second place, re- 
spectively, in newswriting. 

Giving Ripplites a look at Dutch 
life and Dutch customs, Ripple's AFS 
student, Mary Jo van het Erve, con- 
tributed to the newspaper in her 
column, "Hollandaze." 

Rewarding the efforts of the 1967- 
1968 newspaper staff, the Riparian 
received the International Honor rat- 
ing and the George Gallup Award 
from Quill and Scroll, and the Medal- 
ist and All-American ratings. 



Editorial Staff — BACK ROW: Andy Jackson, Blair Austin, Tom 
Hinesley, Dave Johnson, Ross Williams, Bill Hogan, Phil Whistler, 
Doug Handerson, Neil Rude. SECOND ROW: Steve Nelson, Caro- 
lyn Jones, Christie Hughes, Ann Cooney, Liz Kohlstaedt, Mary Jo 



van het Erve, Linda Lohss, Susan Spangler, Claudia Lototsky, 
Linda Culclasure. FRONT ROW: Janet Kleinschmidt, Cheryl 
Proper, Beverly Rosenblum, Janine Buddenbaum, Marcia Scales, 
Craig Laflin, Sally Booth. 




66 — Organizations 




Circulation and Business Staff — BACK ROW: Bonnie Murchie, 
Michele Mark, Nancy Phillips, Bliss Rea, Pam Retterer, Nancy 
Surratt, Susan Basler, Patti Brack, Anita Sakowitz, Nancy Hop- 
per, Sharon Bauchle. SECOND ROW: Jim Shaw, Linda King, 
Susan Peck, Diane Dooley, Dee Dee Frazin, Nancy McKean, 



Carole Nash, Julie Isham, Mrs. Ruth Marie Griggs. FRONT ROW: 
Jane Hudson, Jan Cox, Betsy Morris, Denese Goecker, Laura 
Williams, Kristen Wolfram, Sally Gernert, Susan Pitts. Staffers 
were responsible for making the budget and for conducting the 
subscription campaign. 




Eager to arrive at the NSPA Convention, 
Alicia Hill, Marta Pugh, Geoffrey Passo, 
Andy Alex, and Louis Schlegel, page edi- 
tors, depart for Chicago. 



During a vacation work session, Todd 
Sammons isolates himself to concentrate 
on writing a headline. 




Organizations — 67 





Ad Managers Kate Mullane, Cathy Peck, 
Barb McClain, and Rosalie Simon chuckle 
over a clever ad slogan. 



Ad Copy Writers Donna Brunsma, Mitzi Holmes, Sharon Davis, Sheryl Thornberry, and 
Carol Patterson pause from their daily duties of planning ad pictures and writing catchy 
copy for the Advertising section of the 1969 Riparian yearbook. 



Yearbook Section Editors — STANDING: Patty Morris, Bill Cooper, 
Harold Karabell, Dori Patterson, Laurie Gustafson. Janet Neeley. 



SEATED: Nancy Geisler, Sally Morris, Norma Williams, Jill 
Gallmeier. 




68 — Organizations 



Riparianites 
plan '69 book 
at workshops 



Brain-racking "think" sessions 
started the yearbook off to an early 
start last spring. New ideas were 
incorporated into this year's year- 
book in the form of senior liners 
separate from the pictures, a new 
format for the ad section, and 
stacked headlines. 

During summer vacation thirty Ri- 
parianites traveled to seven uni- 
versity campuses. At the Ball State 
University workshop, Cathy Peck and 
Rosalie Simon, yearbook ad man- 
agers, won first place for their ad 
plans. 

In the fall, notification came that 
the 1968 Riparian Yearbook had re- 
ceived the "Triple Crown" awards 
from the National Scholastic Press 
Association, National School Year- 
book Association, and Columbia 
Scholastic Press Association. 




Riparian's "top 4" editors, Marilyn Shultz, Carol Gavin, Marcia Miles, and Joan Engert 
take time out from their busy schedules to trim the yearbook Christmas tree. 



Yearbook Section Editors — STANDING: Jim Cordell, Stan Peters, 
Lynn Keffer. SEATED: Conni Taylor, Becky LeMond, Holly 



Hughes, Doug Jones, Beth Carney, Sarah Welch, Gail Sherman, 
Pam Wright, Anne Baughman, Dianne Roush. 




Organizations — 69 




Photo Staff — BACK ROW: Lindley Weikert, Martin Lammers, Dick 
Jacobs, Ben McCormick, Pon Yee. FRONT ROW: Al Lehner, Greg 



Feeman, Jim Lowe, Steve Daily. Photographers worked a period a 
day, after school, and during vacations. 



News Bureau — STANDING: Courtney Carter, Linda King, Marcia 
Olive, Susan Hague, Aline Drew, Peggy Fisher. SEATED: Cheryl 



Pierson, Cynthia Hirtzel, Jean Kavich, Janet Griffin, Chris Croc- 
kett. Mrs. Carole Riley directed the News Bureau. 




70 — Organizations 



Tricky Nicky Dixon, Tiny Zit push Riparian 




Taking a break from counting 46 homeroom stacks of Riparian newspapers and Scho- 
lastic Roto magazines, Circulation and Business Managers Clyde Lieberman, Brian Welch, 
Tom Linton, and Charles Hardesty (seated) listen to Tom Peterson's joke. 



A boys' kickline, cheering dele- 
gates, a loud pep band, and wild pos- 
ters proclaiming "Vote Riparian!" 
all convened at the "White River 
Beach Hotel" for the annual Ripar- 
ian "convention." This Auditorium 
program, beginning the subscription 
campaign with a bang, featured 
candidates Huby Duby Do, Tricky 
Nicky Dixon, and Tiny Zit. 

Besides helping with this pro- 
gram, the Circulation Staff used 
signs and colorful slogans to boost 
sales. Sales of another sort occu- 
pied Ad Salesmen who combed the 
city to find potential advertisers. 

Members of Photo Staff attended 
photography courses at the Indiana 
University summer workshop and, 
during the early fall, took aerial pic- 
tures of the entire city from the 
plane of Mr. Richard Kennard, year- 
book consultant. 

Outstanding News Bureau head 
Cynthia Hirtzel won a scholarship 
from the Indianapolis Star for the In- 
diana University News Conference. 



Ad Salesmen — BACK ROW: Judy Barnes, Cathy Peck, Dave Carr, 
Robin Crose, Gerry Thomas, Richard Farrar, Madelyn Creedon. 
SECOND ROW: Carol Patterson, Susie Burns, Kate Mullane, Sharon 



Davis, Rosalie Simon, Julie Belton, 
ROW: Libby Stanton, Nancy Geisler, 
Linda Culclasure, Lenni Cartwright. 



Dee Dee Frazin. FRONT 
Kathy Lee, Libby Blake, 




Organizations — 71 




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72 — Sports 






Sports 



Breaking hard from the starting line 
or slamming a serve across the 
court, Ripple athletes strove to win 
and fans boosted them on. 
This joint team and crowd effort 
makes athletic life something extra 
special — 

The big rally after the Arlington 
football game, the clapping tribute 
in senior homeroom over placement 
in the State Tennis Finals and on 
the All-City football team, and 
the great turnout for intramurals — 
these many happenings enliven 
athletics at Ripple. 




Sports — 73 




Diamondmen record winning 
mark, show promise for '69 



The intensity of the heated struggle during 
a game is reflected in the tense look of 
Ripple catcher Neal Levy. 



The Broad Ripple varsity baseball 
team lived up to its pre-season ex- 
pectations of an improved 1968 
record by compiling a 7-6 won-lost 
slate for the regular season. 

The Rockets launched their cam- 
paign with opening game victories 
over Crispus Attucks, 5-3; Scecina, 
8-5; and Howe, 7-4, before being 
overcome by county power North 
Central and city foe Manual. Al- 
though downed 17-16 in an extra- 
inning thriller by the Lawrence Cen- 
tral Bears, the Rockets marked their 
highest run output for the season in 
the three hour marathon. 

Behind the strong pitching of 
Dave King and Jack McElhiney, the 
varsity hardballers then captured 
successive wins over Shortridge, 10- 
4; Northwest, 2-0; Wood, 5-3; and 
Tech, 7-4, before Washington nar- 
rowly edged the Rockets, 8-6. 



Losses to 1967 State Finalist 
Arlington and Sectional victor Ca- 
thedral closed out the squad's regu- 
lar season. In the rain-delayed 
Sectionals at North Central, the 
Brebeuf Braves defeated the Broad 
Ripple diamondmen, 3-0. 

Ripple's season was characterized 
by winning streaks followed by equal- 
ly long losing streaks, showing the in- 
experience of the young Rocket ball- 
club, but forecasting bright promise 
for the future. 

Larry Wade and Scott Mitchell 
paced the team in batting, while 
catcher Neal Levy, pitchers King, 
McElhiney, and Wayne Harper, and 
outfielders Gary Larson and Jack 
Sawrey turned in season-long out- 
standing performances. 

Coach Baird looked forward to 
welcoming nine returning letter win- 
ners for the 1969 campaign. 



Reserve Baseball — BACK ROW: Steve Dodd, Tom Hougham, Steve 
Swope, Dale Walker, Mike Smitha, Greg Feeman, Bob Hummel, 



Bob Ring. FRONT ROW: Mark Stephens, Mark Miles, Reggie Reed, 
Dave Bartlett, Mike Fields, Kevin. Summers. 




74 — SPORTS 




Varsity Baseball — BACK ROW: Coach Frank Baird, Larry Wade, 
Bill Smith, Dave Lautner, Gary Larson, Dave King, Neal Levy, 



Jim Lowe. FRONT ROW: Clyde Lieberman, Jack Sawrey, Wayne 
Harper, Scott Mitchell, Jack McElhiney, Curtis Reeves. 




VARSITY 


BASEBALL 






Opp. 


BR 


Attucks 


3 


5 


Scecina 


5 


8 


Howe 


4 


7 


North Central . . 


8 


1 


Manual 


11 


4 


Lawrence Central 


17 


16 


Shortridge .... 


4 


10 


Northwest .... 





2 


Wood 


3 


5 


Tech 


4 


7 


Washington . . . 


8 


6 


Arlington 


7 


1 


Cathedral 


4 





Brebeuf 


3 






Hustling to beat the outfielder's relay home, Larry Wade rounds third base to add to 
Ripple's tally as Coach Frank Baird waves him on. 



Sports — 75 



Cindermen compile 3-3 slate; 
Meils leads team to Regional 



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Rick Meils' berth in the State 
Finals and four qualifications for 
the Regionals highlighted the 1968 
track team's season. Meils helped 
lead Coach George Mingle's squad 
to a 3-3 dual meet record. 

The team dropped its first meet 
to Howe, 68-50, but rebounded to 
defeat Cathedral, 63i/ 2 -54i/ 2l be- 
hind the strong running of Meils and 
Bob Evard. Evard placed first in the 
quarter-mile and Meils won both the 
100 and 200 yard dashes. Outstand- 
ing tracksters also capturing firsts 
were Dave Kercheval, low hurdles; 
John Lynch, shot put; Tom Red- 
mond, pole vault; and Steve Shuel, 
high jump. Ripple was sparked by 
the performances of these cinder- 



men throughout the season. 

Following a 72-46 loss to a 
strong Carmel team, Ripple blasted 
Scecina and placed third in the 
Broad Ripple Invitational meet. 

The season was completed with a 
64-54 loss to Manual; however, the 
Rockets rebounded to capture nearly 
every event in a lopsided 94-23 vic- 
tory over the Chatard Trojans. 

In the Regionals, the Rockets 
qualified Meils in the 100 and 200 
yard dashes, Shuel in the high jump, 
and the half mile relay team. Cap- 
turing first in the 100 yard dash 
and second in the 220, Meils was 
the only Rocket to advance to the 
State Finals at Tech, where he 
placed third in the 220 yard dash. 




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Rick Meils jogs arouna the track in 
preparation for the State Finals in which 
he was Ripple's lone qualifier. 



VARSITY TRACK 

Opp. I | BR 

Howe 68 50 

Shortridge inc. 

Cathedral 54i/ 2 63y 2 

Carmel 72 46 

Scecina 36 78 

BR Invitational 3rd 

Manual 64 54 

Chatard 23 ■ 94 



Demonstrating the high-jump ability which enabled him to represent Broad Ripple in 
the State Regionals at Tech, Steve Shuel strains to clear the bar. 



76 — Sports 





Grimacing with determination, Tom Redmond kicks high and strains for important extra 
distance in the broad jump as Reginald Cross looks on. 



A final burst of speed gives Bob Evard 
a victory in the quarter-mile. 




Varsity and Reserve Track — BACK ROW: Coach George Mingle, 
Bob Evard, Dick Spahr, Bill Silvey, Jim Duckworth, Dave Isen- 
hower, Tim Harmon, Kent Emswiller, Kent Eggleston, Dwight 
Taylor, Coach Earl Dosey. MIDDLE ROW: Randy Smith, Dave 
Kercheval, Brian Welch, Chuck Stonehill, Mike Stanfill, John 



Lynch, Pat Stalcup, Doug Canull. Larry Schachter, Joel Rose. 
FRONT ROW: Rodney Upshaw, Rick Meils, Tom Glazier. Hudson 
Cooney, Steve Shuel, Reginald Cross, Dwight Brigham, Tony 
Richardson, Bill Shobe. Coach Mingle's cindermen compiled 
a 3-3 dual meet record. 



Sports — 77 



Linksters post impressive City Meet finish 



An impressive fourth place finish 
in the City Tourney highlighted an 
otherwise disappointing year for 
Broad Ripple's golf squad. 

The team opened its season by 
dropping a match to Carmel, but 
rebounded to trounce Manual, 12-0, 
as Bill Rothbard paced the team with 
a 36. Hans Steck and Bill Sullenger 
both carded 41's. After the Manual 
victory, the Ripple linksters dropped 
three straight matches to difficult 
county opposition. 

Breaking out of their losing 
streak, the golfers toppled Wood, 
12-0, and Pike before dropping a 
close match to powerful North Cen- 
tral. Rothbard again led the team 
with a 76, followed closely by Steck 
and Sullenger both at 77. 

After losing to Chatard, 214-210, 
and besting Cathedral, 7Vfe-4V&. 
Coach John Perry's charges re- 
corded their best performance of the 
year by placing fourth in the City 
Tourney. Sullenger carded a 75 to 
lead the team, while Rothbard shot a 
76. The golfers placed eighth in the 
Sectional. 

Since Rothbard was the only 
graduation loss, the team had a 
nucleus of five lettermen in 1969. 




Straining to add extra yardage to his drive, Bill Sullenger slaps an iron toward the 
green. He returned for his fourth year on the squad in the spring of 1969. 



Varsity Golf — BACK ROW: Phil Whistler, Bill Sullenger, Matt 
Gotshall, Bob Helbert, Hans Steck, Bill Rothbard, Coach John 



Perry. FRONT ROW: Rich Farrar, Rick Bixby, 
Doerr. Rothbard led the team for three years. 



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Drilling the ball down the fairway, team 
leader Bill Rothbard executes a difficult 
shot from the deep rough. 






Steve Bixby, the sole freshman letter-winner on the golf team, powers a tee shot toward 
the green during a Washington match for Coach Perry's linksters. 



VARSITY 


GOLF 






Opp. 


BR 


Carmel 


10 

vay 


5 


Washington & Speedv 


3rd 


Manual 



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12 


Northwest & Southpo 


3rd 


Pendleton & Lawrence 




Central & Southport 




3rd 


Marshall 


3 

12 

.214 


12 


Scecina 


3 


Chatard 


210 


Bloomington Invitational 


12th 


Cathedral 


■ 4i/ 2 


7Y Z 


North Central & Pike 




2nd 


Wood 





12 


Tech 





12 


City Tournament 


4th 


Howe 


7 


5 


Sectional 


8th 



Sports — 79 





A smash from his Howe opponent triggers Doug Millikan's strong backhand while 
doubles partner Dan Delinger looks on during a key match. oacKnana, wnile 



his 



Mike Kuhfeld, driving his way toward an 
undefeated season, slams his serve across 
the net for match point. 




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80 — Sports 




Rocketmen capture City Title, 
place fourth in State Tourney 



As Larry Lett jumps high in the air, he 
makes an attempt to thwart his oppon- 
ent's serve. 



State runner-up Mike Kuhfeld led 
Broad Ripple's varsity tennis team to 
the City Championship and a fourth 
in the State Finals in 1968. 

Kuhfeld captured second place in 
the second IHSAA fall tournament 
held at Pike. The Rockets took fourth 
place in the Sectional and second 
in the Regional, both held at the 
Lawrence Central courts. 

The Rockets opened the spring 
campaign with victories over Tech, 
Northwest, Carmel, Marshall, and 
Washington before dropping a close 
match to Park. The squad finished 
the season with a 14-1 slate after 
disposing of Scecina, North Central, 
Manual, Arlington, Wood, Lawrence, 
Cathedral, and Crispus Attucks. 

Kuhfeld and Larry Lett led the 
team with identical 11-1 records, fol- 
lowed closely by Doug Millikan, Dan 
Delinger, and Pete Greider, all at 8-4 



for the season. The doubles team of 
Kuhfeld and Lett also compiled a 
perfect season record. 



VARSITY 


TENNIS 






Opp. 


BR 


Carmel 


1 


6 


Manual 


2 


4 


Northwest 


1 


6 


Scecina 


1 


5 


Marshall 





7 


Cathedral 


1 


5 


Park 


4 


3 


Washington 





1 


Tech 


2 


4 


Arlington 


3 


6 


Lawrence Central 


1 


6 


Crispus Attucks . . 


1 


6 


City 




1st 


Sectional 




4th 


Regional 




2nd 


State 




4th 



Varsity Tennis — Coach Dave Enright, Pete Greider, Mike Kuhfeld, consecutive City Championship, while Mike Kuhfeld led the team 
Doug Millikan, Larry Lett, Dan Delinger, Mark MacLucas, Stan to a fourth place finish in the State Tournament on the basis of 
Malless, (kneeling). Coach Enright guided the team to its second his second place individual finish. 




Sports — SI 








Leading at the halfway mark, Mike Stanfill paces the harriers during the Carmel meet. 
Stanfill's late season injury hampered the entire team. 



Runner Phil Wagner sprints at the finish 
to gain a higher place. 



Varsity and Reserve Cross Country — BACK ROW: Coach George 
Mingle, Mike Stanfill, Hudson Cooney, Steve Shuel, Mike Ratliff, 
Paul Dryden. SECOND ROW: Phil Wagner, Jim Duckworth, Paul 



Rodeheffer, Kent Emswiller, Carl Schumacher, Steve Bixby. 
FRONT ROW: Mark Kosene, Jay Cohen, Dave Martlett, Peter Coon- 
ey, Jeff Lazar. 




Harriers compile winning 3-2 dual meet record 



Victories over Carmel, Scecina, 
and Chatard enabled Coach George 
Mingle's varsity cross country squad 
to compile a 3-2 dual meet record. 

The harriers opened the season by 
defeating Carmel, 21-35, with Steve 
Shuel and Mike Stanfill placing first 
and second respectively. Shuel 
turned a 10:22 time in the meet 
which was Ripple's fastest of the 
season. After placing third in a tri- 
angular meet, the Rockets gained a 
second victory by defeating Scecina, 
25-30. Following a loss to Wood, 
Ripple trounced Chatard, 20-42, giv- 
ing Coach Mingle his third victory of 
the season. Host to the Broad Rip- 
ple Invitational, the harriers finished 
seventh before placing eighth in the 
Howe Invitational. 

Coach Mingle's squad posted a 
disappointing twelfth in the City and 
dropped a meet to Northwest. The 
thinclads closed out the year with a 
thirteenth place in the Sectionals. 
The reserves finished 4-1. 



VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY 

Opp. jj BR 

Carmel 35 1 21 

North Central, Manual |3rd 

Scecina 30 I 25 

Wood 23 1 32 

Chatard 42 II 20 

Broad Ripple Invitational 1 7th 

Howe Invitational 1 8th 

City Meet 1 12th 

Northwest 16 J39 

Sectional 1 13th 




The Rockets' top harriers Steve Shuel and Mike Stanfill round the one mile point of Wood's 
course in hopes of improving their times in the last leg of the race. 



Sports — 83 



Gridsters post 5-5 record, fourth in City play 




Gary Larson, tucking the ball securely un- 
der his arm, rolls out against Tech. 



Under the direction of first-year 
Head Coach Pat Koers, the Broad 
Ripple varsity football team com- 
bined power and determination to 
compile a 5-5 record while playing 
an extremely rugged schedule. 

The Rockets opened the 1968 
campaign by defeating the North- 
west Pioneers, 20-0, as Don Sides, 
LaMont Stewart, and Hans Steck all 
crossed the goal line for Ripple. A 
last-minute safety by Chuck Pollard 
pulled out a 15-13 decision over 
Tech in the gridsters' second en- 
counter. Following a defeat by City 
Co-Champ Chatard, the Rockets 
dropped a rugged contest to North 
Central, in a game decided by one 
touchdown. The varsity then dis- 
played their best form of the season 
as they tumbled Howe from the 
ranks of the unbeaten, 13-7. Steck 
carried a screen pass 51 yards down 
the sidelines for the winning margin 
in the hard-fought game. 

Although defeated by a potent 



Washington team, 14-7, the Rockets 
exploded for five touchdowns in 
downing Manual as Rick Chatman 
led the way with two tallies. Against 
City Co-Champ Cathedral, the Rock- 
ets trailed by a lone point at half- 
time, but the Irish rallied for a sec- 
ond half score to nip Coach Koers' 
squad, 13-6, at CYO field. 

Shortridge, capitalizing on Ripple 
errors, downed the Rockets, 27-14, 
but the varsity rebounded to post a 
12-6 win over Arlington in their last 
encounter, with Steck smashing over 
from the one-yard line, and Chatman 
hauling in an 18-yard Gary Larson 
aerial for the two Ripple scores. 

The highlight of the season was 
the selection of Brian Welch to the 
All-City team's first squad, while 
Bill Smith made the team's second 
unit. Welch also received honorable 
mention on the All-State team. 

Under the direction of Coach Dave 
Enright, the reserves finished 8-2. 



With a tremendous effort, lineman Jim Wendling crashes through the North Central block- 
ers in an attempt to break up a third-down pass. 



Tom Redmond goes high in the air to 
snare a pass against Washington. 






Varsity and Reserve Football — BACK ROW: Trainer Chuck Praed, 
Coach Dave Enright, Coach Bill Sirka, Coach Earl Dosey, Coach 
Dan Gallagher, Head Coach Pat Koers, Manager Rick Moorhead. 
FOURTH ROW: Ivan Rader, Bob Peterson, Ben McCormick, Mar- 
tin Lammers, Mark Stephens, Kris Proctor, Kevin Ovelton, Tony 
Richardson, Hollis Peeler, Manager Mark Strahlendorf, Curtis 
Reeves, Clark Young. THIRD ROW: Steve York, Curt Hendricks, 
Tim Wilson, Bill Tucker, Dave Hammer, Dale Walker, Raymond 



Hanks, Pat Battista, Frank Cooper, Ray Holt, Scott Dietz. SEC- 
OND ROW: LaMont Stewart, Greg Smith, Jim Erwin, Jerry Massie, 
Bill Silvey, Jack McElhiney, Tom Brown, Rich Chatman, Don 
Sides, Don Kelly, Jim Wendling, Gary Larson. FRONT ROW: Larry 
Drummond, Bill Shobe, Tom Hougham, Jack Sawrey, Carl Rad- 
ford, Chuck Pollard, Brian Welch, David Lautner, Tom Redmond, 
Hans Steck, Bill Smith, Tom Glazier, Matt Gotshall. 



A neck-tackle by a North Central defender prevents LaMont Stewart from picking up ad- 
ditional yardage. Stewart managed to gain a first down on the play. 



After taking a screen pass, Hans Steck 
heads toward the goal line. 





Sports — 85 



Welch chosen for All-city, All-state squads 




Brian Welch, member of the All-City team's first squad, breaks 
through several Chatard blockers to trip up the ballcarrier. Welch, 



a stalwart on both offensive and defensive lines, was joined by 
Bill Smith on the All-Star squad. 



Freshman Football — BACK ROW: Coach 
Bill Sirka, Brad Smith, Andy Jackson, 
John Davis, Steve Meils, Randy Rose- 
brock. SECOND ROW: Scott Calwell, Ron 
Guerrero, Randy Ellis, Bob Brown, Jeff 
Parr, Jim Tillett. FRONT ROW: Jeff Sny- 
der, John Lee, Jim Kleinschmidt, Bob 
Lee, Dan Emerson. 



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Grinding out a first down, Chuck Pollard is brought down by two Northwest defenders 
in the 20-0 rout of the Pioneers. 




Matt Gotshall trots off the field after a 
successful defensive stand. 

Driving down to the Shortridge five-yard 
line, LaMont Stewart is tackled by three 
defenders. 

VARSITY FOOTBALL 

Opp. BR 

Northwest 20 

Tech 13 15 

Chatard ' 42 

North Central 34 25 

Howe , . 7 . 13 

Washington 14 

Manual 7 35 

Cathedral 13 6 

Shortridge 27 14 

Arlington 6 12 



Sports — S7 



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Varsity Wrestling — BACK ROW: Coach Dave En right, Ken Lither- 
land, Tom Redmond, John Grant, Gary Carlson, Tom Linton, 
Rick Turney. FRONT ROW: Manager Richard Moorhead, Dave 



Isenhower, Jim Hoffmann, Jack Keene, Pete Guion, Ivan Rader, 
Steve Satinsky, Manager Ron Allred. Assistant Coach Chuck 
Praed, not pictured, started his first year at Ripple. 




Reserve and Freshman Wrestling — BACK ROW: Coach Dave En- 
right, David Hammer, Andy Jackson, Linton Coke, Steve Meils, 
Ben McCormick, Tony Richardson, Tom Brown, Scott Calwell. 



FRONT ROW: Manager Richard Moorhead, Darryl Young, John 
Lee, Larry Jones, Jim Kleinschmidt, Jim Howard, Bob Peterson, 
Floyd Overman, Fred Woods. 



88 — Sports 



Inexperienced mcttmen post disappointing slate 



Hampered by a lack of experience, 
with only four returning lettermen, 
the varsity wrestling squad struggled 
to a 3-11 season record under new 
Head Coach Dave Enright. 

The Rocket matmen opened their 
season by dropping a match to city 
foe Tech, but rebounded to top 
Wood, 33-23, as Dave Isenhower, 
Jack Keene, Tom Linton, Ivan Rader, 
and Rick Turney all recorded pins, 
while John Grant won by decision. 
The grapplers then knocked off 
Howe, 25-21, with Rader and Turney 
pinning their opponents, but then 
dropped a match to the tough Man- 
ual Redskins. 

The varsity placed twelfth in the 
City Meet, with Tom Linton winning 
fourth pace in the 138 pound weight 



Ripple's heavyweight wrestler, Ken Lither- 
land, executes a perfect takedown on 
his Marshall opponent. 




class. Highlighting the meet for 
Ripple, however, was Grant's near 
upset of his top-seeded Arlington 
opponent. Grant finally succumbed 
in the hard-fought match, 5-4. The 
Rockets then went on a prolonged 
losing skein, dropping eight straight 
meets to City and County foes. The 
season ended on a bright note as the 
Enright-men captured a 24-22 win 
from Kokomo. Pins were recorded 
by Grant, Pete Guion, and Isen- 
hower, while Keene, Tom Redmond, 
and Turney won by decision. The 
matmen went on to finish ninth in 
the Sectionals, with Turney finishing 
fourth in his weight division. 

Leading the individual performers 
were Turney, with a 12-6 record in 
the 138 pound weight class, and 
Grant, who compiled a 9-7 mark. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 



Opp. 

Tech 40 

Wood 23 

Howe 21 

Manual 36 

City 

North Central 48 

Washington 38 

Northwest 25 

Chatard 35 

Scecina 29 

Carmel 34 

Arlington 42 

Brebeuf 25 

Marshall 32 

Kokomo 22 

Sectionals 



BR 
17 
33 
25 

13 

12th 



6 

17 

9 

19 

15 

5 

22 

14 

24 

9th 



Maneuvering into position, Tom Linton capitalizes on his strength to turn his opponent 
over and register a pin. Linton compiled the team's third best record. 




Sports — 89 





Reggie Cross takes a long jump shot from After taking a cross-court pass from a teammate, guard Mike Smitha drives past his 

twenty feet out against Chatard. Arlington opponent to put in a layup. 



Varsity Basketball — BACK ROW: Coach Gene Ring, Bob Kenagy, 
Mike Smitha, Reggie Cross, John Hardin, Bobby Ring, Steve 
Shuel, Daryl Mason, Manager Mark Strahlendorf. FRONT ROW: 



Manager Reggie Smith, Wayne Harper, Pat Barnes, Gary Larson, 
Richard Chatman, Manager Ronnie Allred. Rodney Upshaw, who 
moved up from the reserves, saw some varsity action. 




90 — Sports 



Ripple rockets past Arlington in sectionals 



Highlighted by a victory over Ar- 
lington in the opening game of the 
Hinkle Sectional, the Broad Ripple 
varsity basketball squad posted a 7- 
14 won-lost record for the 1968- 
1969 season under Coach Gene 
Ring. 

The Rocket season opened with a 
54-45 victory over Lawrence Central 
as John Hardin poured in 18 points 
to lead all scorers. Following a 72- 
66 loss to Ben Davis, the varsity 
recorded a come-from-behind win 
over Chatard, led by Hardin's 28 
points and Reggie Cross's 19. Losses 
to Carmel and Northwest followed, 
but the Rockets rebounded to defeat 
Howe and Scecina in succession. 
Mike Smitha, with 15 markers, led 
Ripple over Howe, while Hardin once 
again paced the roundballers in the 
Scecina victory. 

Three straight losses preceded 
the next Rocket win. In the consola- 
tion game of the City Tourney, the 
varsity posted a 62-51 triumph over 
Northwest as Cross rang up 25 



points. Six points in overtime by 
Smitha led the Rockets to a 67-64 
win over Arlington in a regular sea- 
son thriller played in the Knight's 
gym. 

Despite 30 points by Cross, the 
top individual mark of the season, 
the Rockets fell to Cathedral and 
lost six straight games before enter- 
ing the Hinkle Fieldhouse Sectional. 
In the opening game, Coach Ring's 
charges downed Arlington by a 
count of 71-63. Behind at halftime, 
the Rockets ignited in the second 
period as Mike Smitha scored 25 
points on long jump shots and Har- 
din added 19 tallies, mostly on twist- 
ing drives down the free-throw lane. 
The Rockets, however, were eliminat- 
ed from the Tourney by Washington, 
undefeated State Champs with a 
31-0 won-lost record. 

Cross, Hardin, and Smitha all 
averaged in double figures for the 
season. The three Rockets tallied 
nearly 15 points each per game for 
the entire campaign. 




Daryl Mason, using his height to good 
advantage, hauls in a rebound. 



Reserve Basketball — BACK ROW: Coach Bill Sirka, Hollis Peeler, 
Dennis Perry, Dale Walker, Jerry Massie, Bill Tucker, Manager 
Ronnie Allred. FRONT ROW: David Bartlett, Melvin Rainey, James 



Erwin, Bruce Dudley, Greg Smith. The reserves compiled a 9-8 
won-lost slate, a complete reversal from last year's poor record. 




Sports — 91 




Freshman Basketball — BACK ROW: Coach Dan Gallagher, Greg 
Wendell, John Davis, Rodney Cross, Randy Miller, Ed Reed, 
Dan Young. SECOND ROW: John McLarty, Charles Hardin, Bob 
Cox, Carl Schumacher, Greg Otey, James Russell. FRONT ROW: 



Manager Dan Olsen, Mark Kosene, Rick Freije, Bob Brown, Dan 
Wooley, Jeff Turner, John Barker. Coach Gallagher, in his second 
year as coach of the frosh, credited Otey, Cross, Paul Fesenko, 
and Bill Hunt with leading the team. 



Action is fierce as Rocket forwards Bob Ring and Steve Shuel (35) go up high in the air 
against their Marshall adversaries to gain control of a rebound. 





Mike Smitha leaps past his defender to 
add two points to Ripple's score. 



Round bailers post improved 7-14 season mark 




Utilizing all of his jumping ability, Reggie 
Cross snares a rebound. 

VARSITY BASKETBALL 

Opp. ■ BR 

Lawrence 45 § 54 

Ben Davis 72 I 66 

Chatard 69 1 76 

Carmel 72 I 58 

Northwest 69 I 57 

Howe 46 I 57 

Scecina 50 I 72 

Manual 57 1 51 

Crispus Attucks 68 I 52 

Ritter (City Tourney) . . 71 I 67 
Northwest (City Tourney) 51 I 62 

Arlington 64 M 67 

Cathedral 83 II 71 

Washington 96 1 42 

North Central 79 II 64 

Marshall 105 II 83 

Tech 80 II 64 

Shortridge 101 II 83 

Ritter 70 II 68 

Arlington (Sectional) . . 63 II 71 
Washington (Sectional) .105 II 57 




John Hardin moves through a maze of arms and legs to score against Howe. Because 
of an enlarged heart, Hardin missed several games, seriously hampering the Rockets. 



Sports — 93 



Football highlights successful intramural year 




John Lynch makes a key reception for 
the Packers as Larry McGuire comes in 
quickly to make the stop. 



Featuring football, basketball, and 
bowling, the boys' intramural sports 
program had a well-rounded athletic 
season in 1968-1969 under the di- 
rection of Mr. Frank Baird. 

Early fall activities were dominat- 
ed by touch football as more than 
fifty boys turned out to compete for 
five teams. 

The season began with Al Baum- 
gart and Neil Baker's powerful Pack- 
ers defeating Clyde Lieberman and 
Hudson Cooney's Saints in a 30-12 
battle. Tom Parr and Todd Sam- 
mons each scored two touchdowns 
for the victorious Packer team. 

The regular season ended in a tie 
between the Packers and Steve 
Swope's Jets for the league lead 
with 3-1 records. In a single elimi- 
nation tourney, the Saints edged the 
Jets and the Packers routed John 
Addison's Colts, 54-6. 

In the final game, the Saints were 
beaten 25-24 when a conversion 
pass attempt by Cooney was inter- 
cepted by Parr for the Packers. 

Intramural tennis was a disap- 



pointment as only five participated. 
Freshmen Dave VanBriggle and Carl 
Schumacher competed in the finals. 

Basketball was the most popular 
sport with 120 boys playing for ten 
teams. At mid-season, the Yankees 
of Mark MacLucas, and Ken Simms 
and Hubert Wheat's Angels tied for 
the lead with 7-0 records. Close be- 
hind were Jack Sawrey and Hudson 
Cooney's Phillies, and Mark Short- 
er's Reds, each with a 6-1 slate. 

The freshmen were led by the high 
flying Cowboys of Scott Calwell and 
Jim Kleinschmidt, at 6-0. 

Bowling attracted 16 teams of 
four boys each, competing every 
week at the Town and Country Lanes. 
At the end of 24 games on a 30 
game slate, the loop lead was held 
jointly by Lou Schlegel's Flower Pow- 
er, Jeff Laramore's King Tunas, Tom 
Parr's Chargers, and Rick Bixby's 
Alley Cats with 15-9 marks. 

Individual statistics were paced by 
Bill Cooper with a 166 average and 
Schlegel at 156. Jack McElhiney 
had the high single game with a 217. 



Phillie Dave Lautner takes an easy fifteen- 
footer in the heat of intramural basket- 
ball competition. 



Touch football champions — BACK ROW: Tom Parr, John Chivington, Todd Sammons, 
player-coach Neil Baker, Rich Farrar, Lou Schlegel. SECOND ROW: Tom Linton, Jack 
Keene, player-coach Al Baumgart, Bill Egger. FRONT ROW: John Lvnch. 





94 — Sports 





Keg/er Lou Schlegel sends his ball down 
the alley during the last game of the 
bowling championship roll-off. 



In a crucial battle for 
Baumgart leaps high to 
Welch's jump shot. 



first place, Al 
block Brian 



Sports — 95 




A crucial time-out is an opportune moment for Kathy Wilson and Kristen Wolfram to 
urge an explosive booster block and "all for Ripple to stand up and holler." 




Mascots Tina and Barbie Bailey view in 
awe the Rockets' basketball finesse. 



Mary Carnell proves her experience with 
a spinning serve in the finals of the intra- 
mural pingpong tournament. 




96 — Sports 




Varsity cheerleaders Julie Isham, Kathy Wilson, Kim Kirch, Julie 
Houk, Jane Griffin, Kristen Wolfram, and Jody Brafford campaign 



with their weekly cafeteria spirit signs to Stew the Irish! Wreck 
Tech! and Pound the Panthers! 



Cheerleaders, GAA play active role in sports 



Reserve cheerleaders Jackie Kerr, Margie Pugh, Janet Kleinschmidt, and Marilyn Myers 
(standing) practice their cheers for a junior varsity basketball game. 




Charged with the "go power" of 
enthusiastic fans, the cheerleaders 
encouraged struggling athletes to- 
ward victory. The seven varsity 
cheerleaders created hand motions 
to the Pep Band's beat of "Mission: 
Impossible" and "Up, Up and Away." 

On Tuesday and Thursday after- 
noons girls from all classes congre- 
gated to participate in GAA activities. 
Basketball, tumbling, and a 44-girl 
pingpong tournament made up the 
winter sports. 

Completing a 7-0 record, Sylvia 
Johnson's Trojan's won top honors in 
the 16-team girls' intramural volley- 
ball competition. Patty Brack's Se- 
nior Warts finished second with a 
6-0 record while Janet Woo ley's Me- 
galomaniacs compiled a 7-1 slate to 
claim third place. 

Awards, based on a point system 
and given at the annual GAA mother- 
daughter picnic at Broad Ripple 
Park, completed the year's activities. 



Sports — 97 




98 — Album 





Album 



People — waiting in the lunch line, 
waiting in the bookstore line, 
scheming to get schedule changes on 
the first days of the new semester — 
People — sleeping in study halls, 
learning to incite "riots" in speech 
classes — 

People — agonizing over final exams, 
cheering up on cafeteria candy day — 
People — singing and dancing in the 
musical, teaching students to think — 
People, not just rooms and books, 
but people adding their own personal 
qualities make the school a 
dynamic place of learning. 



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Album — 99 



Faculty members hold offices, receive awards 



During the 1968-69 school year, 
Broad Ripple was elected to a three- 
year membership in the College En- 
trance Examination Board which 
helps determine policies for testing, 
scholarships, and financial aid in re- 
lation to college admissions. Princi- 
pal J. Fred Murphy is the official rep- 
resentative to the CEEB from Broad 
Ripple. 

Mr. Murphy also served as trea- 
surer of the North Central Associa- 
tion of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools for his sixth year. 

Mrs. Rosalind Ewing and Mrs. 
Maenell Newsome served on com- 
mittees which evaluate high schools 
for the North Central Association of 
Colleges and Secondary Schools. 

Faculty honors included Mr. Ro- 
bert Hougham's position as secretary 
of the Indiana State Textbook Com- 
mission and Mrs. Marilyn Dearing's 
office as Director of the Indiana 
Council of Teachers of English. 

Mrs. Ruth Marie Griggs was nam- 
ed national Journalism Teacher of 
the Year by the Newspaper Fund of 
the Wall Street Journal. 

Mr. William Fletcher made his 
third trip to India with the Chemistry 
Study Institute last summer. Dr. 
Richard Dowell received his doctor of 
science education degree from Cor- 
nell University. 



Dean of boys John Perry assists freshman 
John Cheffy with his newly assigned lock- 
er combination. 





Treasurer of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Principal 
J. Fred Murphy checks the organization's finances with Mrs. Jo Wolf. 




Performing one of his duties as vice-principal, Mr. Albert Mahin inspects a new shipment 
of furniture for use in the new faculty dining room. 





Over the PA system comes the familiar 
voice of Vice-principal Roger Riley as he 
reads the morning announcements. 



As dean of girls, Mrs. Rosalind Ewing gets 
in on some teen-talk while enjoying a 
Fresh Aid discussion panel. 



Faculty — 101 



Faculty livens school year with holiday party 




Mrs. Diane Alig 
Mrs. Miriam Atlas 
Mr. Robert Ayers 
Mr. Frank Baird 
Mrs. Kathryn Barnes 
Mr. Edgar Beaman 



Miss Elaine BeVard 
Mrs. Janet Blocker 
Mrs. Carolynne Bobbitt 
Mrs. Carol Bolton 
Miss Doris Brinkman 
Mr. J. Robert Brown 



Mr. Paul Brown 

Mr. Ferd Brumblay 

Mr. Robert Casey 

Mr. Virgel Clark 

Mrs. Vicky Clay 

Miss Grace Cunningham 



Mrs. Max Dane 
Mr. Gary Davis 
Mr. James Davis 
Mrs. Marilyn Dearing 
Mr. Wallace Decker 
Mrs. Mary Diaz 



Mr. Earl Dosey 
Dr. Richard Dowell 
Mr. Robert Eisenbarth 
Mrs. Janice Ellis 
Mr. David Enright 
Mr. William Evans 



Decorative candles, poinsettas, cookies and cheeseballs create a 
cheerful atmosphere for the Annual Faculty Christmas party as 
Mrs. Alice Marsh, Mrs. May Louise Steinbreugge, Mrs. Barbara 



Wininger, Mrs. Eileen Hall, Mrs. Josephine Wolf, Mrs. Lucille 
Dombrow and Mrs. Christine Knadler finish last minute prepara- 
tions in the Main Office. 




Mrs. Rosalind Ewing 
Mrs. Melinda Fairburn 
Mrs. Ruth Fife 
Mr. William Fisher 
Mr. William Fletcher 
Mr. Daniel Gallagher 



Mrs. Dorothy Gavin 
Miss Jane Graham 
Mrs. Ruth Marie Griggs 
Mr. William Groves 
Mr. Norman Hall 
Mrs. Mary Hammel 



Mr. Dale Hamner 
Mr. Clovys Harvey 
Mrs. Ruth Herin 
Mr. Milton Hiatt 
Mr. James Hinshaw 
Mrs. Mary Hogg 



Mr. Robert Hougham 
Mrs. Edith Humphrey 
Mr. Warren Jackson 
Mr. James Johnson 
Mr. Edward Kassig 
Mrs. Martha Ellen Kixmiller 



Mr. Patrick Koers 
Mr. Mordie Lee 
Mrs. Anita Lewallen 
Mr. Douglas Litteral 
Mr. Robert Ludlow 
Mr. Albert Mahin 



Miss Phillis Martin 
M/Sgt. James McDaniel 
Mr. George Mingle 
Mr. Antone Morone 
Mrs. Barbara Mueller 
Mr. J. Fred Murphy 



Mrs. Maenell Newsome 
Mr. Edward O'Nan 
Mr. Arnold Pahmeier 
Mrs. Lucinda Paul 
Mr. John Perry 
Mr. Kyle Peters 



Mr. Gene Poston 
Mr. Thomas Potter 
Mr. Charles Praed 
Mr. Daniel Rabin 
Miss Pauline Rathert 
Mr. Charles Reeder 




Faculty— 103 



Recipient of the Indiana Artists Exhibi- 
tion's Top Jury prize, Miss Doris Brinkman 
advises Janice Pressler on her original 
paper sculpture. 





Mrs. Patricia Richardson 
Mrs. Carole Riley 
Mr. Roger Riley 
Mr. Gene Ring 
Mrs. Edna-Mae Ross 
Mr. Carl Sams 



Mr. William Schaffer 
Mrs. Janis Schmidt 
Mr. Nicholas Seldon 
Mr. William Sirka 
Mr. Marvin Smith 
Mrs. Bertha Starkus 



Miss Marie Sullivan 
Mrs. Sally Thrasher 
Mrs. Ruth Tiderman 
Miss Barbara Vargo 
Mrs. Rosalind Warner 
Mr. David Weber 



Miss Winifred West 
Mrs. Edna Whetsell 
Mr. John Woody 
Mr. Horace Bicknell 
Mrs. Lucille Dombrow 
Mrs. Gertrude Fetters 



Mrs. Eilleen Hall 
Mrs. Christine Knadler 
Mrs. Alice Marsh 
Mrs. Sara Powell 
Mrs. Jane Siebert 
Mrs. Maxine Smith 



Mrs. Laura Snyder 
Mrs. May Louise 
Steinbruegge 
Mrs. Barbara Wininger 
Mrs. Josephine Wolf 



104 — Faculty 



Cooks 



Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Mar- 
zetta Bell, Mrs. Helen Diggs, 
Mrs. Ruby Ealy, Mr. Glenn 
Hanson, Mrs. Margarita Horn, 
Mrs. Esther Hurt, Mrs. Flor- 
ence Ingals. 

Mrs. Marcellene Lahne, Mrs. 
Wauneita Minnick, Mrs. Fran- 
ces Riker, Mrs. Barbara Ro- 
meiser, Mrs. Elizabeth Stock- 
hoff, Mrs. Mildred Vesey, Mrs. 
Frances Weaver, Mrs. Alfreida 
Wilson. 




Teachers, cooks appreciate new dining room 



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Max Owens replaces an exit sign bulb. 



MRS. DIANE M. ALIG— AB, Marian Col- 
lege; Geometry; Algebra; Basic Mathe- 
matics. 

MRS. MIRIAM ATLAS — BA, MAT, Indiana 
University; Spanish. 

MR. ROBERT AYERS— BS, Butler Univer- 
sity; MS, Ball State University; Psych- 
ology; United States History; World 
History. 

MR. FRANK BAIRD— BS, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; Business Law; Bookkeeping; 
General Business; Head Baseball 
Coach; Boys' Intramurals Supervisor. 

MRS. KATHRYN BARNES— BS, Purdue 
University; Family Living; Foods; Home 
Economics Club Sponsor. 

MR. EDGAR BEAMAN— AB, Wabash Col- 
lege; MS, Indiana University; Govern- 
ment; United States History. 

MISS ELAINE BeVARD — BA, Earlham Col- 
lege; Spanish; French; Driver Educa- 
tion; American Association of Teachers 
of Spanish and Portuguese. 

MRS. JANET BLOCKER— BS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; MA, Butler University; English. 

MRS. CAROLYNNE BOBBITT— BA, Berea 
College; MS, Catherine Spalding Col- 
lege; Library Experience; Library Club 
Sponsor. 

MRS. CAROL A. BOLTON — AB, Central 
Michigan University; MAT, Indiana Uni- 
versity; French; German. 

MISS DORIS BRINKMAN — BAE, MAE, 
John Herron School of Art of Indiana 
University; Art; Art Club Sponsor. 

MR. J. ROBERT BROWN — BS, Indiana 
State; Geometry; Algebra; Pre-Algebra; 
Lettermen's Club Sponsor. 

MR. PAUL A. BROWN— BM, Butler Uni- 
versity and Arthur Jordan Conservatory 
of Music; Director of 'A' Orchestra and 
'B' Orchestra; Radio-Hi-Fi Club, String 
Ensemble, Sound Crew Sponsor; Teach- 



Racing the clock, Matron Virginia Bowers cleans a mirror in the girl's locker room. 




er of Instrumental Music: Schools ^59 
and #80; All City High School Orches- 
tra; Head of Public Address and Sound 
Systems. 

MR. FERD BRUMBLAY— BAE, MAE, John 
Herron School of Art of Indiana Univer- 
sity; Art; Scenery Design. 

MR. ROBERT CASEY — BS, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; Government; Economics; United 
States History; Social Studies Dept. 
Head; U.S. Air Force Reserve; Teacher 
of adult class at Naval Avionics School; 
Attended NDEA Institute on Advanced 
Study of American History. 

MR. VIRGEL L. CLARK— BAE, John Her- 
ron School of Art of Indiana University; 
MA, Columbia University; Art; Jewelry; 
Art Dept. Head. 

MRS. VICKY CLAY — BS, Indiana State Un- 
iversity; Physical Science; Biology. 

MISS GRACE P. CUNNINGHAM— BA, In- 
diana State University; MA, Ball State 
University; Typing; Future Business 
Leaders of America Co-Sponsor. 

MRS. K. MAX DANE — BPE, Normal Col- 
lege, American Gymnastic Union, Indi- 
ana University; BS, University of Louis- 
ville; MS, Indiana University; Girls' Phy- 
sical Education; Freshman Counselor; 
Archery, Red Cross Sponsor. 

MR. GARY DAVIS — BS, MS, Indiana State 
University; Graphic Arts; Woodworking; 
Drafting; Assistant Boys' Intramurals 
Supervisor. 

MR. JAMES DAVIS — BS, Tennessee Agri- 
cultural and Industrial State University; 
MST, Middle Tennessee State Univer- 
sity; Algebra; Basic Mathematics. 

MRS. MARILYN DEARING— AB, MA, East- 
ern Kentucky State University: English; 
Senior Counselor; Student Council Co- 
Sponsor; Director of Indiana Council of 
Teachers of English. 

MR. WALLACE A. DECKER— BS. Indiana 
Central College; MS, Butler University: 
Band; Instrumental Music; Baton Club, 
Pompon Corps Sponsor; Teacher of In- 
strumental Music: Schools =59 and 
#80; Director of Bands. 

MRS. MARY DIAZ — AB. Butler University: 
Spanish; Latin and Greek Derivatives. 

MR. EARL DOSEY — BS. Purdue University- 
Biology: Assistant Football. Assistant 
Track Coach. 



Faculty — 105 



DR. RICHARD DOWELL— AB, Indiana 
State University; MA, Indiana Univer- 
sity; Ed. D., Cornell University; Biology; 
Science Club Sponsor; Central Associa- 
tion of Science and Mathematics Teach- 
ers; National Science Teachers Associa- 
tion. 

MR. ROBERT EISENBARTH— AB, MA, 
Butler University; Latin American His- 
tory; World Geography; World History; 
Hi-Y Sponsor; National Council for So- 
cial Studies. 

MRS. JANICE ELLIS — AB, MAT, Indiana 
University; English; French; Latin and 
Greek Derivatives. 

MR. DAVID ENRIGHT— BS, Butler Univer- 
sity; Health; Boys' Physical Education; 
Driver Education; Head Wrestling, Ten- 
nis, Assistant Football Coach. 

MR. WILLIAM EVANS — BS, Indiana State 
University; Power Mechanics; Broad 
Ripple Evening School. 

MRS. ROSALIND EWING— AB, MS, Butler 
University; Dean of Girls; Orange Aid, 
Fresh Aid Sponsor. 

MRS. MELINDA FAIRBURN — BS, Indiana 
University; English; Understudies Spon- 
sor. 

MRS. RUTH FIFE — BS, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; RN, St. Vincent Hospital School 
of Nursing; School Nurse, Future 
Nurses' Sponsor. 

MR. WILLIAM FISHER— AB, Marian Col- 
lege; MA, Indiana University; Latin; 
World History. 

MR. WILLIAM FLETCHER— BA, Notre 
Dame; Chemistry; Physical Science. 

MR. DANIEL GALLAGHER— BS, MS, But- 
ler University; Driver Education; Health; 
Sophomore Counselor; Assistant Foot- 
ball, Freshman Basketball Coach. 

MRS. DOROTHY GAVIN— AB, DePauw Un- 
iversity; MS, Butler University; Geome- 
try; Algebra. 

MISS JANE K. GRAHAM— AB, Indiana 
University; English; Creative Writing 
Club Sponsor. 

MRS. RUTH MARIE GRIGGS — BS, Butler 
University; MA, University of Wyoming; 
English; Director of Publications; Year- 
book, Quill and Scroll Sponsor; Presi- 
dent of Journalism Education Associa- 
tion; Minnesota High School Yearbook 
Workshop; Lake Junaluska (NC) Publi- 
cations Workshop. 

MR. WILLIAM H. GROVES — AB, North 
Central College; MS, Indiana University; 
Calculus; Geometry; Algebra; General 
Mathematics; Chess Club Sponsor. 

MR. NORMAN HALL — BS, Indiana State 
University; MS, Indiana University; Gen- 
eral Metals; Woodwork. 

MRS. MARY HAMMEL— BS, MS, Purdue 
University; Clothing; Home Economics 
Dept. Head. 

MR. DALE R. HAMNER — AB, Indiana Cen- 
tral College; MS, Butler University; Al- 
gebra; General Mathematics; Junior 
Counselor. 

MR. CLOVYS HARVEY— BS, Indiana State; 
MS, Indiana University; Typing; General 
Business; Ticket Manager. 

MRS. RUTH HERIN — AB, Manchester Col- 
lege; AM, University of Michigan; En- 
glish; Developmental Reading; English 
Dept. Head; National Council of Teach- 
ers of English; Zonta Club of Indiana- 
polis; Council of Administrative Women 
in Education. 

MR. MILTON HIATT — BS, MS, Ball State 
University; Boys' Physical Education; 
Health; Driver Education; Physical Ed- 
ucation Dept. Head. 

MR. JAMES HINSHAW— BS, Indiana State 
University; Business Arithmetic; Typ- 
ing; Future Business Leaders of Ameri- 
ca Co-Sponsor; Building representative 



to Indianapolis Business Education 
Council; Red Cross First Aid instructor 
for Castleton Volunteer Fire Dept. 

MRS. MARY J. HOGG— BS, Franklin Col- 
lege; MSW, Indiana University; School 
Social Worker; National Association of 
Social Workers; Academy of Certified 
Socisl Workers 

MR. ROBERT HOUGHAM— AB, Franklin 
College; MS, Indiana University; Geome- 
try; Algebra; General Mathematics; In- 
diana State Board of Education; Secre- 
tary of Textbook Commission. 

MRS. EDITH HUMPHREY — BS, University 
of Akron; English; Study of Special Edu- 
cation at Kansas State Teachers' Col- 
lege; Debate Society Sponsor. 

MR. WARREN K. JACKSON— BS, Eastern 
Illinois University; MS, Butler Univer- 
sity; Mechanical Drawing; Key Club 
Sponsor; Director of Adult Education, 
Evening Division; Indiana Schoolmen's 
Club; North Indianapolis Kiwanis Club. 

MR. JAMES JOHNSON— BS, Ohio State 
University; MS, Indiana University; Phy- 
sical Science. 

MR. EDWARD KASSIG — AB, Hope Col- 
lege; BS, Butler University; Chemistry; 
Science Dept. Head. 

MRS. MARTHA ELLEN KIXMILLER— BS, 
Indiana University; English; Tri-Hi-Y 
Sponsor; Mortar Board, I.U. Foundation. 

MR. PATRICK G. KOERS— BS, Indiana 
Central College; Boys' Physical Educa- 
tion; Driver Education; Head Football, 
Assistant Track Coach. 

MR. MORDIE LEE — BS, MS, Butler Univer- 
sity; Biology; Tech Evening School. 

MRS. ANITA LEWALLEN— BS, Indiana 
University; German. 

MR. DOUGLAS LITTERAL — BS, Olivet 
Nazarene College; Typing; Sales; Sales 
Distributive Education; Distributive Ed- 
ucation Coordinator. 

MR. ROBERT LUDLOW— BS, MS, Butler 
University; Economics; Government; Se- 
nior Class, Exploratory Teacher Spon- 
sor; Senior Counselor; Placement Co- 
ordinator. 




Mrs. Ewing a go-go's at an OA party. 




Hoosier Hysteria strikes Mrs. Dearing and Mr. Ludlow during bulletin board b-ball. 



106 — Faculty 



MR. ALBERT MAHIN— AB, Indiana Cen- 
tral College; MS, Purdue University; 
Vice-Principal; National Honor Society 
Co-Sponsor; Safety Council Sponsor; 
National Council of Teachers of Mathe- 
matics; Central Association of Science 
and Mathematics Teachers. 

MISS PHILLIS J. MARTIN— BS, MS, Indi- 
ana State University; Foods: Clothing. 

M/SGT. JAMES B. McDANIEL— ROTC 
Commandant; Retired after 20 years Ac- 
tive Military Service; Awards: Commen- 
dation Ribbons with Clusters, Good 
Conduct Ribbon, American Theater 
Ribbon, Asiatic Pacific Ribbon with 2 
battle stars, WW II Victory Ribbon, Oc- 
cupation Medal (Germany and Japan), 
National Defense Ribbon, Korean Cam- 
paign Ribbon with 3 battle stars, Unit- 
ed Nations Medal; Rifle Team, Drill 
Team, Color Guard Sponsor. 

MR. GEORGE MINGLE— BS, Anderson Col- 
lege; Biology; Cross Country, Head 
Track Coach. 

MR. ANTONE MORONE— BS, MS, Purdue 
University; Physics; Physical Science; 
Exercise-in-Knowledge C o-S p o n s o r ; 
American Association of Physics Teach- 
ers. 

MRS. BARBARA MUELLER— BS, MA, Ball 
State University; Chorus; Music Appre- 
ciation; Madrigals, Ensemble, Ripple- 
aires, Clef Club Sponsor. 

MR. J. FRED MURPHY — BA, University of 
Illinois; MA, Ohio State University; Fur- 
ther study, Northwestern and Michigan 
State Universities; Principal; Treasurer 
of North Central Association of Col- 
leges and Secondary Schools; Member 
of Advisory Policy Board of Great Plains 
National Instructional TV Library of the 
University of Nebraska; Delegate to 
College Entrance Examination Board. 

MRS. MAENELL NEWSOME — AB, MS, But- 
ler University; French; Foreign Langu- 
age Dept. Head; Sophomore Counselor; 
Member of Board of Directors, Marion 
County Committee for Indiana Univer- 
sity Foreign Language Honors Program; 
Member of Marion County Council of 
Supervising Teachers; NDEA Institute 
in French at Notre Dame University; 
Honor Society, Scholarship committees. 

MR. EDWARD O'NAN— BS, MS, Butler 
University; Geometry; Algebra; General 
Mathematics; Sophomore Counselor; 
Adult Education Counselor; Broad Rip- 
ple Summer School; NSF Institutes in 
Mathematics, 1959, 1960, 1964. 



MR. ARNOLD PAHMEIER— BSA, Purdue 
University; MS, Butler University; Di- 
rector of Guidance and Counseling; 
Booster Club Sponsor. 

MRS. LUCINDA PAUL — BM, Butler Uni- 
versity; Chorus; Boys' Glee Club, Girls' 
Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club Sponsor; 
Private piano and voice teacher. 

MR. JOHN PERRY — BS, MS, Indiana State 
University; Dean of Boys; Golf Coach. 

MR. KYLE PETERS— BS, Butler Univer- 
sity; MS, Indiana University; Govern- 
ment; Economics; Athletic Director. 

MR. GENE POSTON— BME, Indiana Uni- 
versity; MA, Columbia University; Chor- 
us; Music Theory; Rocketaires, Boys' 
Concert Choir, Golden Singers Sponsor; 
Music Dept. Head; Director of Produc- 
tions; Area Chairman of American Cho- 
ral Directors Association; Financial Sec- 
retary of Indiana State Choral Festival 
Association. 

MR. THOMAS POTTER — BS, Butler Uni- 
versity; MA, Christian Theological Sem- 
inary; United States History; World 
Geography; Sociology; Audio-Visual Di- 
rector. 

MR. CHARLES 0. PRAED— BS, Purdue 
University; Woodwork; Boys' Physical 
Education; Assistant Wrestling Coach; 
Trainer and Equipment Manager. 

MR. DANIEL RABIN — BS, AMT, Indiana 
University; Art; Craft Art. 

MISS PAULINE RATHERT— AB, MS, In- 
diana University; Trigonometry; Alge- 
bra; General Mathematics; Mathematics 
Dept. Head. 

MR. CHARLES REEDER— BS, MA, Ball 
State University; Mechanical Drawing; 
Industrial Arts Dept. Head; Stage Craft. 

MRS. PATRICIA RICHARDSON— BS, Indi- 
ana State University; English; Speech; 
National Thespians Sponsor. 

MRS. CAROLE RILEY — BS, MA, Ball State 
University; English; Newspaper, Photo 
Staff, News Bureau, Photo Club Spon- 
sor; Exercise-in-Knowledge Co-Sponsor; 
Co-Director of Ball State University 
High School Summer Journalism Work- 
shops. 

MR. ROGER RILEY — SM, MM, MS, Butler 
University and Arthur Jordan Conserva- 
tory of Music; Vice-Principal; Secretary 
of Broad Ripple Fathers' Association; 
General Director of Ripples; Director of 
Summer School. 

MR. GENE RING — BS, MS, Indiana Uni- 
versity; Driver Education; Boys' Physi- 
cal Education; Head Basketball, Assis- 



Rocket boosters Mr. and Mrs. Hougham munch on popcorn at a football game. 




tant Baseball Coach. 
MRS. EDNA MAE ROSS — AB, MS, Butler 

University; English. 
MR. CARL SAMS — BS, Indiana University; 
MS, Butler University; Physical Science. 
MR. WILLIAM SCHAFFER — BS, Purdue 
University; MS, Butler University; Biol- 
ogy; Junior Counselor. 

MRS. JANIS SCHMIDT— BS, Butler Uni- 
versity; English; Debate Society Spon- 
sor. 

MR. NICHOLAS SELDON— AB, MAT, In- 
diana University; Chemistry; Recipient 
of Teacher Award for Chemistry from 
American Chemical Society. 

MR. WILLIAM SIRKA— BS, MS, Indiana 
University; Driver Education; Boys' 
Physical Education; Freshman Football. 

MR. MARVIN SMITH— BS, MS, Indiana 
State University; Biology; Broad Ripple 
Evening School. 

MRS. BERTHA C. STARKUS — BS, Univer- 
sity of Northern Iowa; MA, University of 
Michigan; English. 

MISS MARIE SULLIVAN— AB, MS, Indiana 
University; Shorthand; Freshman Coun- 
selor. 

MRS. SALLY THRASHER— BA, Butler Uni- 
versity; MA, Columbia University; En- 
glish; Junior Counselor; Broad Ripple 
Evening School. 

MRS. RUTH TIDERMAN — AB, MS, Butler 
University; English; Senior Mothers' 
Tea; National Council of Teachers of 
English. 

MISS BARBARA VARGO — BS, Normal Col- 
lege of Indiana University; MS, Butler 
University; Girls' Physical Education; 
Cheerleader, Girls' Athletic Association 
Sponsor; Freshman Counselor. 

MRS. ROSALIND WARNER— BS, Butler 
University; Biology. 

MR. DAVID WEBER— BS, Indiana Central 
College; MA, California State College; 
United States History; World History; 
Citizenship; Junior Historical Society 
Sponsor. 

MISS WINIFRED WEST— AB, Ball State 
University; MA, Indiana University; 
Typing; Shorthand; Business Education 
Dept. Head; Honor Society Co-Sponsor; 
Faculty Adviser for Broad Ripple Alum- 
ni; Curriculum Evaluation Committee; 
Indianapolis Council of Administrative 
Women in Education; Broad Ripple 
Business and Professional Women's 
Club. 

MRS. EDNA WHETSELL— BS, Northwest- 
ern University; MS, Columbia Univer- 
sity; Librarian. 

MR. JOHN WOODY — BS, MS, Butler Uni- 
versity; United States History; Citizen- 
ship; NDEA American History Institute. 
1968-69. 

MR. HORACE BICKNELL— Head Custo- 
dian. 

MRS. LUCILLE DOMBROW — Clerk; Sten- 
ographer; Evening Division. 

MRS. GERTRUDE FETTERS — Cafeteria 
Bookkeeper. 

MRS. EILLEEN HALL— Registrar. 

MRS. CHRISTINE KNADLER— Bookkeep- 
er. 

MRS. ALICE MARSH — Clerk; Stenograph- 
er. 

MRS. SARA L. POWELL— Clerk; Steno- 
grapher. 

MRS. JANE SIEBERT — Attendance Clerk. 

MRS. LAURA SNYDER— Cafeteria Mana- 
ger. 

MRS. MAXINE E. SMITH— Bookstore Man- 

MRS. 'MAY LOUISE STEINBRUEGGE— 
Clerk; Stenographer. 

MRS. JOSEPHINE E. WOLF — Secretary to 
Principal. 

MRS. MARILYN WININGER — Clerk. Steno- 
grapher. 



Faculty — 107 



Class of '69 
chooses blue 
caps, gowns 



Senior officers Marcia Miles, Jody Braf- 
ford, and Mark MacLucas help Bill Cor- 
dell try on the blue cap and gown with 
gold tassel. 





Linda Abbett 
Kathy Adams 
Clyde Akard 
Andy Alex 
Debby Alinkoff 



Monte Archer 
Jeane Ashby 
Barbara Baker 
Neil Baker 
Andrea Ball 



Judy Barnes 
Pat Barnes 
Peggy Bartley 
Susan Basler 
Diane Bauchle 



Al Baumgart 
Julie Belton 
Bob Bennett 
Debbie Bielanowski 
Amy Bills 



Beth Bivens 
Libby Blake 
Carol Bockoski 
Steve Bohannon 
Barbara Boone 



108 — Seniors 



Patti Brack 
Jody Brafford 
Toni Brooks 
Debra Buckner 
Ron Budd 



Sam Bunes 
Susie Burns 
Steve Burnstein 
Margaret Burres 
Sally Jo Campbell 



Jeff Careskey 
Gary Carlson 
Mary Carnell 
David Carr 
Janet Cart 



Courtney Carter 
Lenni Cartwright 
Margaret Cassidy 
John Chivington 
Debbie Chrissinger 



Barbara Clark 
Dave Clark 
Terri Clauer 
Carolyn Collins 
Steve Collins 



Vicki Condra 
Mark Coogan 
Hudson Cooney 
Bill Cordell 
Glenn Corlett 



Pat Cornwell 
Norma Cox 
Peter Cox 
Sherry Crawford 
Madelyn Creedon 




Seniors — 109 




Chris Crockett 
Jennifer Cronin 
Reginald Cross 
Mary Curley 
Mike Dailey 



Steve Daily 
Bill Dale 
Joe Dietz 
Marsha Dimmich 
Tim Doades 



Ken Doerr 
Diane Dooley 
David Drummond 
Larry Drummond 
Ellen Dryden 



Dan Dudley 
Gigi Dunning 
Bill Egger 
Kent Eggleston 
Kathy Eib 



Linda Ellis 
Bris Emswiller 
Joan Engert 
Mary Jo van het Erve 
Margaret Estridge 



Jackie Farmer 
Richard Farrar 
Joan Fenske 
Pete Finney 
Ed Fowler 



Lynn Fraser 
Dee Dee Frazin 
John Freeland 
Deborah Fresh 
Audrey Fry 



110 — Seniors 



Grace Fry 
Jill Gallmeier 
Carol Gavin 
Nancy Geisler 
Anne Gilchrist 



Janet Glazier 
Tom Glazier 
Denese Goecker 
Dan Golden 
Howard Golden 



Warren Goodman 
Matt Gotshall 
Melissa Graham 
Sally Grills 
Susie Grills 



Ed Guion 
Laurie Gustafson 
Betsy Hack 
Susie Hall 
Debby Hamilton 




discover advantages of part-time jobs 




Santa Claus helper Kathy Lee is enter- 
tained by the antics of small children as 
she works on the Glendale Mall during 
the holiday season. 



Seniors — 111 






Ripple teens 
support city's 
youth clinics 



Climaxing Upswing '68 Bill Cordell and 
Todd Sammons attend a press conference 
and luncheon with Mayor Richard Lugar 
and singer Ed Ames. 





Ruth Hanaway 
Margaret Hand 
Stephanie Hanika 
Charles Hardesty 
John Hardin 



Diana Harlow 
Allen Harmon 
Mark Harrington 
Gail Healy 
John Hearn 



Bill Heath 
Jamie Heidenreich 
Ervin Herman 
Gary Hetherington 
Karen Hiatt 



Margi Higgs 
Alicia Hill 
Lori Hilliard 
Marianne Hiltunen 
Tom Hinesley 



112 — Seniors 



Cynthia Hirtzel 
Pat Hogan 
Phil Holcomb 
Debbie Holman 
Sandy Hood 



KarRen Hook 
Teresa Horton 
Mark Hosmer 
Tom Hougham 
Julie Houk 



Ed House 
Terri Hubbard 
Jane Hudson 
Holt Hughes 
Ken Hun ley 



Nancy Hunter 
Julie Isham 
Tom Jackman 
Rosemary Jackson 
Dick Jacobs 



Sally Jamison 
Susan Jansen 
Joanna January 
Dave Jaynes 
Gary Joffe 



Nancy Johnson 
Patty Johnson 
Sylvia Johnson 
Donna Jones 
Janis Kaellner 



Helaine Kane 
Tim Kaufman 
Jean Kavich 
Jack Keene 
Bob Kenagy 




Seniors — 113 




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Margaret Kennedy 
Mackey Kertis 
Lynda Kesler 
John Kimble 
Sandy Kimble 



Kim Kirch 
Connie Kleindorfer 
Kerry Klohr 
Donna Knight 
Kris Kohls 



Kathy Kreutzfeld 
Mike Kuhfeld 
Missy Lambertus 
Gary Larson 
Dave Lautner 



Kathy Lee 
Al Lehner 
Barb Leventhal 
Ronnie Levin 
Clyde Lieberman 



Tom Linton 
Connie Loftiss 
Linda Lohss 
Rosalind Long 
Barbara Love 



Harold Lumsey 
Laurie MacDonald 
Carol MacDougall 
Mark MacLucas 
Sharon Madden 



Allen Marcus 
Jerome Marcus 
Michele Mark 
Rob Maroney 
Betsy Mateer 



114 — Seniors 




Ripplites gain 
experience in 
local politics 



Decked out in his fireman's garb, Neil 
Baker prepares to take over his job as 
honorary Fire Chief during the Indiana 
High School Government Day. 



Robert McBroom 
Suetta McCallister 
Barb McClain 
Jean McCloskey 
Denita McCoy 



Greg McDermott 
Randy McMullen 
Bill McNiece 
Sandy Merrell 
John Merrill 



Todd Merrill 
Ted Michener 
Marcia Miles 
Rusty Miller 
Marsha Mills 



Larry Minnix 
Gregg Monroe 
Jack Moore 
Dan Morris 
Mimi Morris 



Sally Morris 
Mary Mosby 
Marsha Moseley 
Jack Moss 
Tom Mouron 




Seniors — 115 



Kate Mullane 
Kevin Muller 
Lucinda Mulrey 
Cathy Myers 
Tim Myers 



Carole Nash 
Margie Newton 
Fred Nicholson 
Sue Noel 
Pat Nunn 




Team selects Kathy Smith Jamboree Queen 



Fired up after their Jamboree victory, 
football Co-captains Brian Welch and 
Hans Steck explain their strategy to Jam- 
boree Queen Kathy Smith. 



116 — Seniors 




Geoffrey Passo 
Tom Patton 
Cathy Peachey 
Cathy Peck 
Becky Peters 



Tom Peterson 
Debbie Petrie 
Barbara Pettijohn 
Susan Pitts 
Marsha Planck 



Patty Platter 
Chuck Pollard 
Larry Prof eta 
Connie Pruitt 
Marta Pugh 



Vicky Rader 
Carl Radford 
Beth Raetz 
Nancy Ranshaw 
Bliss Rea 



John Rearick 
Tom Redmond 
Linda Rivelli 
Pam Roberts 
Larry Rowland 



Dan Rozelle 
Sylvia Rubuls 
Charles Rudesill 
Bob Runnels 
Steve Runnels 



Jayne Russell 
Roberta Sachs 
Todd Sammons 
Sandy Satinsky 
Jack Sawrey 




Seniors — 117 



Seniors use, 
develop skills 
in competition 



Missy Lambertus has a difficult time 
grooming her horse, Windsong, before 
entering the five gated division in the In- 
diana State Fair Horse Show. 





Larry Schachter 
Louis Schlegel 
John Schmidt 
Laura Schnuelle 
Linda Schwab 



Sam Scott 
Joe Segal 
Phil Segal 
Nick Seldon 
Mike SerVaas 



Mark Sharfman 
Ed Sharp 
Carolyn Shelton 
Chris Shepherd 
Bill Shobe 



Marilyn Shultz 
Mary Simon 
Rosalie Simon 
Jeanna Simone 
Judy Simpson 



Marcia Singer 
Jerry Sloan 
Kathy E. Smith 
Kathy L. Smith 
Bill Smith 



118 — Seniors 



Mike Smitha 
Dick Spahr 
Jan Spaulding 
Joan Stahl 
Nancy Standeford 



Nancy Standish 
Mike Stanfill 
Roberta Starmer 
Hans Steck 
Bev Stein 



Jeff Stevens 
LaMont Stewart 
Gina Stonehill 
Denise Storm 
Mark Strahlendorf 



Reatha Streeter 
Wanda Strickland 
Bill Sullenger 
Sandy Summers 
Virginia Sumner 



Gerry Thomas 
Susan Totton 
Linda Turner 
Rick Turney 
David Vail 



Mike Walker 
Joan Wallace 
Martha Wallace 
Susan Waltz 
Ted Weesner 



Lindley Weikert 
Brian Welch 
Barbara Wharam 
Jan White 
Sue White 




Seniors — 119 




Laura Williams 
Norma Williams 
Kathy Wilson 
Vicki Wilson 
Tom Winkler 



Nancy Witte 
Jan Wood 
Sue Wood 
Lori Woodard 
Loraine Wooldridge 



Janet Wooley 
Phil Wykes 
Pon Yee 
Steve York 
Art Zaiser 



Latecomers 



Phil Buck 
Randy Lybarger 
Stan Malless 
Wilma Momberg 
John Nelson 



Rosie Pizzi 
Bob Skinnari 
Brian Tolbert 
Dennis Weiss 
Kathy Wells 



120 — Seniors 



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Senior activities range from athletics to drama 



LINDA ABBETT— Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Orange Aid Council 2-4; Booster Club 
1-4; Ripples 2-3; 500 Marching Corps 1; 
Head-Start 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2-4; Fresh Aid 1. 

KATHLEEN MARY ADAMS— Ladywood 
H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1; Art Club 3; 
Jr. Table Decorations Com. 3. 

CLYDE AKARD — Center Grove H.S., Cen- 
ter Grove, Ind. 2-3. 

ANDREA ALEX — Riparian Newspaper 2-4, 
Editorial Editor 4; Jr. Historical Soc. 
2-4; Ripples Dir. 3; Legion of Merit 1- 
3; Pompon Corps 3-4; Quill and Scroll 
4; Orange Aid Council 4; Booster Club 
1-4; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Sr. Ways 
and Means Com. 4.* 

DEBBY ALINKOFF— Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Orange Aid 2-4; Booster Club 1-3; Vol- 
leyball 1-2; Dean's Asst. 3; Head Start 
2; Fresh Aid 1. 

MONTE M. ARCHER— Arts Salon 1-3; 
Intramurals 2. 

JEANE ASHBY — National Thespians 3-4; 
A Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Concert Choir 
4; Understudies 2-4, Pres. 4; Office 
Asst. 2; Musical Prop Crew 3-4; Jr. 
Table Decorations Com. 3; Baton Club 
1; Arts Salon 2. 

BARBARA LOUISE BAKER— Civic Theater 
1; Office Asst. 2-3; Volleyball 1; Rip- 
ples Usher 1. 

NEIL J. BAKER — IU Honors Student 3; 
Riparian Newspaper 1-4, Copy Editor 
4; National Honor Soc. 3-4, Pres. 4; 
Debate Soc. 1-4, Pres. 3; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Nat. Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tion 4; Rensselaer Poly Tech. Inst. 
Math and Science Award 3; Key Club 
3-4; Exercise in Knowledge 2-4; Jr. 
Historical Soc. 2-4.* 

ANDREA MICHELE BALL— Orange Aid 
Council 1-4; Fresh Aid 1; Head Start 
3; Library Asst. 1-2; Home Ec. Club 2; 
Archery 3. 

JUDITH LYNN BARNES— Orange Aid 1-4, 
Pres. 4; Homecoming Queen Finalist 
4; ROTC Sponsor 3-4, Head Sponsor 4; 
Military Ball Queen 3; Girls' State 3; 
Legion of Honor 1-3; Jr. Historical Soc. 
2-4; Safety Council 4; Riparian 2-3, Ad 
Staff 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, Hist. 3.* 

PATRICK J. BARNES — Key Club 2-4, Vice- 
pres. 4; National Honor Soc. 3-4; Bas- 
ketball Fr., Res. 2-3, Var. 4; Football 
Fr.; Track Res. 2; Intramurals 2-3; Le- 
gion of Honor 1; Outstanding Fr. Boy 1; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Legion of Merit 
2-3.* 

PEGGY LEE BARTLEY— Booster Club 1-4; 
Fresh Aid 1; Orange Aid 2-4, Exec. 
Council 4; Volleyball 2,4; Legion of 
Merit 1-2; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Rip- 
ples 2-3; Riparian H.R. Agent 1-4; Of- 
fice Asst. 1-2.* 

SUSAN LYNN BASLER— National Honor 
Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Rip- 
arian 1-4, H.R. Agent 1-4, Personnel 
Dir. 4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Arts Salon 
2; Debate Soc. 2; Booster Club 2-3; 
Ripples Usher 2; Orange Aid 1-3. 

DIANE KAREN BAUCHLE — Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; Legion of Merit 2-3; Orange 
Aid 1-4, Council 4; Booster Club 1-4; 
Jr. Table Decorations Com. 3; Riparian 
H.R. Agent Asst. 2; Fresh Aid 1; Fath- 
ers' Association Safety Poster Contest, 
2nd place 2; Office Asst. 4. 

ALFRED C. BAUMGART II — Key Club 3-4; 
Cross Country Res. 3; Track Res. 2-3, 
Var. 4; Intramurals 2-4; Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Wrestling Fr., Res. 2; Legion of Merit 
1-3; ROTC Drill Team 1; Ripples 3.* 



JULIE LAURENCE B E L T O N— National 
Honor Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 4; 
Arts Salon 2; Ripples 3; Riparian Year- 
book 3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Sr. An- 
nouncement Com. 4; Jr. Decorations 
Com. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4. 

ROBERT ARMOUR BENNETT — Intramur- 
als 1-4; Legion of Merit 1-2; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3. 

DEBRA L. BIELANOWSKI — Future Nurses 
Club 2-3; Office Asst. 4. 

AMY ELIZABETH BILLS — Arts Salon 3; 
Future Nurses Club 2. 

ELIZABETH BIVENS — Arlington H.S., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 1-3; Orange Aid 4; 
Girls' Concert Choir 4. 

ELIZABETH C. BLAKE— National Thes- 
pians 3-4, Vice-pres. 4; Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Orange Aid Exec. Council 3-4; 
Legion of Merit 1-2; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Boost- 
er Club 1-4; Rippleaires 4, Vice-pres. 
4; Ripples 3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Riparian 
Yearbook 4, Ad Staff 4.* 

CAROL FRANCES BOCKOSKI— National 
Honor Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; 
Legion of Merit 1-3. 

STEPHEN R. BOHANNON— Avon H.S., 
Avon, Ind. 1; Arts Salon 3. 

BARBARA JEAN BOONE — Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Home Ec. Club 1-3, Pres. 2, Sec. 3; 
Arts Salon 2; Baton Club 1; Jr. Ac- 
hievement 3-4; Orange Aid 2-4. 

PATRICIA LEE BRACK— Legion of Merit 
1-2; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Centerpiece Com. 
3; Riparian Newspaper 2-4; Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, 
Hist. 4; Orange Aid 1-4, Exec. Council 
4; Arts Salon 1-3; Volleyball 1-4; Office 
Asst. 3. 

JODY G. BRAFFORD — Sr. Class Vice-pres. 
4; Cheerleader Var. 2-4; Student Coun- 
cil 1-4; Legion of Honor 1-3; National 
Honor Soc. 3-4, Sec. 4; Orange Aid 1-4, 
Vice-pres. 3; Fresh Aid 1, Pres. 1; Jr. 
Historical Soc. 4; Homecoming Queen 
Finalist 4; Safety Council 1-4.* 

TONI BROOKS — Kaiserlautern American 
H.S., Germany 1; Manual H.S., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 2; Huntington H.S., 
Newport News, Va. 2; Newport News 
H.S., Newport News, Va. 3. 

DEBRA ELIZABETHE B U C K N E R— Nat. 
Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Home 
Ec. Club 2-4, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4; Na- 
tional Thespians 3-4, Sec. 4; Legion of 
Merit 1-2; Orange Aid 2-4; Fresh Aid 
1; Baton Club 1-3; Volleyball 1-2; Li- 
brary Asst. 1,4; Homecoming Queen 
Cand. 4.* 

RONALD A. BUDD — National Thespians 
3-4; Veterans of Foreign Wars Speech 
Contest 3; Ripples Make-up Com. 3; De- 
bate Soc. 1. 

SAM BUNES — Riparian H.R. Agent 1. 

LESLIE SUSAN BURNS — GAA 2-4, Pres. 
4, Vice-pres. 3; Orange Aid Council 1-4; 
Fresh Aid 1; Pompon Corps 4; Baton 
Club 4; Safety Council 4; Ripples 3; 
Ripples Make-up Com. 2; Jr. Chaperon 
Com. Chrm. 3; Booster Club 1-4.* 

STEVEN FRANKLIN BURNSTEIN 

MARGARET ANN BURRES — Legion of 
Honor 1-3; GAA 1-4, Hist. 3, Treas. 4; 
Booster Club 1-4; Arts Salon 3; Orange 
Aid 2-4, Council 4; Fresh Aid 1; Phys. 
Ed. Asst. 2-4; Future Nurses Club 3-4, 
Vice-pres. 4; Library Asst. 1-2; Ripples 
Usher 1-2.* 

SALLY JO CAMPBELL — Safety Council 
3-4, Sec. 4; A Cappella Choir 3; Orange 
Aid 2-4; Booster Club 1-4; Ripples 3; 
Jr. Table Decorations Com. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
3-4; Girls' Concert Choir 4; Sr. Cap and 



Gown Com. 4; 500 Marching Corps 1.* 

JEFF L. CARESKEY — Boys' Concert Choir 
1; A Cappella Choir 2-4; Intramurals 
1-4; Jr. Achievement 3. 

GARY SCOTT CARLSON — Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; Key Club 4; Stage Crew 1-3; 
Wrestling Fr., Res. 2-3, Var. 4; Legion 
of Merit 2-3; Music Asst. 2-3; Hi-Y 2-3, 
Vice-pres. 3; Nat. Merit Semi-finalist 4. 

MARY ANN CARNELL — Jr. Class Vice- 
pres. 3; Student Council 4; National 
Honor Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; 
Booster Club 1-4, Sec. -treas. 4; Orange 
Aid 1-4, Exec. Council 4; Legion of 
Honor 3; Legion of Merit 1-2; Ripples 
2-3; Riparian Yearbook 2-3, Ad Staff 
2-3, Asst. Picture Editor 3.* 

DAVID L. CARR — Jr. Historical Soc. 1-4; 
Key Club 4; Student Council 3; Golden 
Singers 3-4, Pres. 4; Clef Club 3-4; Na- 
tional Thespians 3-4; Riparian Year- 
book 4, Ad Staff 4; Wrestling Res. 1-2, 
Var. 3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Boys' 
State 3.* 

JANET CART — Jr. Prom Com. 3; Volley- 
ball 2; Phys. Ed. Asst. 2; Library Asst. 
1. 

COURTNEY PORTER CARTER— Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 2,4; Quill and Scroll 4; 
Legion of Merit 1-2; Ripples 2; Rip- 
arian News Bureau 2,4; Band 1-2; Phys. 
Ed. Asst. 4; Jr. Achievement 4; Volley- 
ball 1,4; The American School, Switzer- 
land 3.* 

VALENTIA EGAN CARTWRIGHT— National 
Honor Soc. 3-4, Hist. 4; Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; Arts Salon 2; Legion of Merit 
2-3; Debate Soc. 2-3; Ripples 3; Rip- 
arian Newspaper 2-3; Head Start 3; Sr. 
Cap and Gown Com. 4; Creative Writing 
Club 3.* 

*Other activities not listed. 



Steve Daily does "his own thing. 




MARGARET CASSIDY — Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Library Asst. 1-2. 

JOHN BAYER CHIVINGTON— Brebeuf 
Preparatory H. S., Indianapolis, Ind. 
1-2; Key Club 4; Safety Council 4; 
Wrestling Var. 4; Ripples 3; Jr. Center- 
piece Com. 3; Intramurals 3-4; Sr. Ways 
and Means Com. 4. 

DEBORAH J. CHRISSINGER— Jr. Decora- 
tions Com. 3; Arts Salon 1-2; 500 Art 
Festival, 2nd place 2; Booster Club 1-4; 
Orange Aid 2-3, Council 2,4, Style Show 
Usher 3; Volleyball 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; 
GAA 1; Jr. Achievement 3. 

BARBARA A. CLARK — Booster Club 3-4; 
Jr. Table Decorations Com. 3; Riparian 
Newspaper 4; Understudies 2-3; Volley- 
ball 1-2; Rippleaires 4. 

DAVE CLARK — Stage Crew 1-3; Intramur- 
als 1-4; Wrestling Fr. 

TERRI LYNN CLAUER — Homecoming 
Queen Cand. 3; Ripples 2; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3; Arts Salon 1-2; Art Club 1-4, 
Pres. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2-4; Booster Club 1-3; 
Library Asst. 4. 

CAROLYN ANNE COLLINS— Orange Aid 
2-4; H.S. Red Cross 2; Jr. Decorations 
Com. 3; Office Asst. 2-3; Booster Club 
2-4; Ripples Usher 2; Turtle Jr. H.S., 
Crawfordsville, Ind. 1. 

STEVE COLLINS — Jr. Achievement 3; Arts 
Salon 1-2; Intramurals 2-3; Stage Crew 
1. 

VICKI CONDRA — Jr. Decorations Com. 3; 
Paoli H.S., Paoli, Ind. 3. 

MARK D. COOGAN— Cathedral H.S., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 1-2. 

JOHN HUDSON COONEY— AFS Exchange 
Student 3; Key Club 3-4, State Lt. Gov- 
ernor 4; Student Council 3-4, Treas. 
4; Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; Lettermen's 
Club 2-4; Cross Country Var. 2-4; Track 
Var. 2-4; Clef Club 3-4; "John Alden" 
Cand. 3.* 

BILL CORDELL — Sr. Class Treas. 4; Rip- 
arian 2-4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 3-4, Pres. 4; National Honor 
Soc. 2-4; Key Club 4; Blair Journalism 
Instit. 3; Student Council 4; Nat. Merit 
Letter of Commendation 4; Mr. Rip- 
arian Cand. 4; Exercise in Knowledge 
3.* 

GLENN CORLETT— North Central H.S., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 2-3; Golden Singers 4; 
A Cappella Choir 3; Musical 4; North- 
view Jr. H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1. 

PATRICIA CORWELL — Future Nurses Club 
4; Foreigneers Club 4. 

NORMA JEAN COX — Booster Club 3-4; 
Orange Aid Style Show Skit 4; A Cap- 
pella Choir 3; Ripples Usher 2-3; Musi- 
cal Usher 3; Jr. Table Decorations Com. 
3; Girls' Concert Choir 4. 

PETER COX — Track Fr., Res. 3; Cross 
Country Fr.; Wrestling Fr.; Sedgwick 
H.S., West Hartford, Conn. 1. 

SHERRY E. CRAWFORD — Orange Aid 1-4, 
Council 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Booster Club 
3-4; Jr. Achievement 4; Jr. Invitations 
Com. 3; Baton Club 2; GAA 1; Future 
Nurses Club 1; Library Asst. 1.* 

MADELYN CREEDON — Golden Singers 4; 
Musical 4; AFS Host Family 4; Clef 
Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Booster Club 1-4; 
Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Legion of Merit 
1; Dean's Asst. 2; Head Start 4.* 

CHRISTINE CROCKETT— Quill and Scroll 
4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Riparian Year- 
book 2-3, Ad Staff 2-3; Riparian News- 
paper 4, News Bureau 4; Ripples 3; 
Legion of Merit 1-2; Arts Salon 1; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3-4; Fathers' Association Safety 
Essay Contest, 1st place 3; Booster 
Club 1.* 

JENNIFER CRONIN— Orange Aid Council 
1-2; Booster Club 2-4; Jr. Achievement 
3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Understudies 1-2; Of- 
fice Asst. 1; Riparian H.R. Agent 1-2; 



Musical Usher 4; Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Girls' Concert Choir 3-4. 
REGINALD CROSS JR. — Basketball Fr., 
Res. 2, Var. 3-4; Track Var. 2-4; Foot- 
ball Fr., Var. 2; Jr. Achievement 3; Let- 
termen's Club 2-4. 
MARY CURLEY — Fresh Aid 1; Orange Aid 
2-4, Council 4; Booster Club 2-4; Jr. 
Invitations Com. 3; Ripples 3; Volley- 
ball 4. 
MICHAEL DAILY— Chess Club 1-2; Intra- 
murals 2-3. 
STEVE DAILY— Key Club 4; Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 3-4; Exercise 
in Knowledge 3-4; Nat. Merit Semi-fin- 
alist 4; Riparian Photo Staff 2-4; Intra- 
murals 4; Legion of Merit 2-3. 

WILLIAM A. DALE — Jr. Prom Com. 3; Jr. 
Achievement 3-4. 

JOE DIETZ — Boys' State 3; Debate Soc. 
3-4, Vice-pres. 4; Jr. Historical Soc. 4; 
Sr. Ways and Means Com. 4; Chatard 
H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1-2; Riparian 
Yearbook 3, Ad Staff 3. 

MARSHA DIANE DIMMICH— Art Club 1; 
Track 1; Legion of Merit 1; Arts Salon 
2; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Jr. Achieve- 
ment 3-4. 

TIM DOADES — Intramurals 3-4; Office 
Asst. 3-4; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Chatard 
H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1. 

KENNETH KARL DOERR — Golf Var. 3-4; 
Lettermen's Club 3-4; Wrestling Fr., 
Res. 2; Intramurals 1; Jr. Prom Com. 3. 

DIANE DOOLEY — Jr. Table Decorations 
Com. 3; Booster Club 1-4; Orange Aid 
1-4, Council 1-4, Style Show Skit 3; 
Fresh Aid 1; Ripples 2-3; Riparian Busi- 
ness Staff 3-4; Girls' Concert Choir 2; 
Sr. Announcement Com. 4; Volleyball 
1; Office Asst. 4.* 

DAVID PARK DRUMMOND— Northview Jr. 
H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1; North Cen- 
tral H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 2-3; Her- 
nando H.S., Brooksville, Fla. 3. 

LAWRENCE A. DRUMMOND— Football Fr., 
Res. 2-3, Var. 4; Jr. Centerpiece Com. 
3; Lettermen's Club 4; Jr. Achievement 
3-4. 

ELLEN LOUISE DRYDEN— National Honor 
Soc. 3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Ripples 
3; Jr. Invitations Com. 3; Jr. Achieve- 
ment 3-4. 

DAN DUDLEY — Intramurals 1-3. 

JORDINA DUNNING— Girls* Glee Club 2 
A Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Concert Choir 
4; Baton Club 1-4; Jr. Achievement 3-4; 
Arts Salon 3; Girls' Ensemble 2. 

WILLIAM ALLEN EGGER— Band 1-4, Of 
ficer 3; Orch. 2-4; Musical 3-4; Intra 
murals 3-4; Ripples 3. 

KENT R. EGG LESTON— Golden Singers 4 
Musical 4; Track Res. 3; Jr. Centerpiece 
Com. 3; Intramurals 2-3; A Cappella 
Choir 3; Boys' Concert Choir 1. 

KATHY EIB— Arts Salon 2-3; Office Asst. 
2; Jr. Achievement 3; Orange Aid 2-4. 

LINDA L ELLIS — Office Asst. 2-4; Jr. 
Achievement 3; Jr. Invitation Com. 3; 
Orange Aid 1; Sr. Com. 4. 

BYRON BRISTOL EMSWILLER— T rack 
Res. 2; Hi-Y 3; Jr. Achievement 3. 

JOAN ENGERT— Riparian Yearbook 3-4, 
Copy Editor 4, Organizations Editor 3; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 1-4; National Honor 
Soc. 3-4; Quill and Scroll 3-4; Nat. 
Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Le- 
gion of Honor 2-3; Debate Soc. 2; Rip- 
ples 3; Head Start 3.* 

MARY JO VAN HET ERVE— AFS Exchange 
Student 4; Student Council 4; Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 4; National Honor Soc. 4; 
Orange Aid 4; Golden Singers 4; Rip- 
arian Newspaper 4; Jr. Achievement 4; 
Musical 4; Booster Club 4. 

MARGARET E. ESTR I DGE— Northview Jr. 
H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1; Legion of 
Merit 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Jr. Decorations 



Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3; Orange Aid 
2-3; Sr. Com. 4. 
JACKIE LYNNE FARMER— Legion of Merit 
1-2; Booster Club 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; 
Future Nurses Club 1-2, Sec. 1; Jr. 
Decorations Com. 3; H.S. Red Cross 
2; Orange Aid 2-4; Sr. Com. 4. 
RICHARD D. FARRAR— Key Club 4; Rip- 
ples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Riparian 
Yearbook 4, Ad Staff 4; Golf, Res. 2-3, 
Var. 4; Boys' Concert Choir 1; Intra- 
murals 4; H.S. Red Cross 2; Sr. Com. 4. 
JOAN FENSKE — Homecoming Queen 
Cand. 4; Riparian Yearbook 2, Ad Staff 
2; Arts Salon 3; Jr. Invitations Com. 3; 
Musical Usher 4; Baton Club 4; Booster 
Club 1-4; Head Start 3; Sr. Com. 4. 
PETER H. FINNEY— Ripples 3; Jr. Decora- 
tions Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3; Bre- 
beuf Preparatory School, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 1-2. 
ED FOWLER — Jr. Decorations Com. 3; In- 
tramurals 1-2; Jr. Achievement 2,4. 
LYNN FRASER— Golden Singers 4; Musi- 
cal 4; A Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Con- 
cert Choir 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Treas. 3; 
Booster Club 3-4; Baton Club 4; Pom- 
pon Corps 4; Jr. Table Decorations 
Com. 3; Music Asst. 4. 
DEE DEE FRAZIN — Orange Aid 2-4, Sec. 
4; Student Council 4; Homecoming 
Queen Finalist 4; Miss Riparian Cand. 
4; National Honor Soc. 3-4; Jr. Histori- 
cal Soc. 3-4; Ripples 2-3; Clef Club 2-4; 
Riparian Yearbook 3-4, Ad Staff 3, Ac- 
tivities 4; Sr. Cap and Gown Com. 
Chrm. 4.* 
JOHN C. FREELAND 

DEBORAH FRESH— Orange Aid 1,4; Ba- 
ton Club 2; Home Ec. Club 4; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3-4; Sr. Com. 
4; Sr. Election Com. 4; GAA 1-2; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3 
AUDREY ELAINE FRY 
GRACE MARIE FRY— Legion of Merit 1. 
JILL ELLEN GALLMEIER— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Riparian 
Yearbook 3-4, Co-Senior-Editor 4; Le- 
gion of Merit 1-3; Ripples 3; Jr. Table 
Decorations Com. 3; Sr. Cap and Gown 
Com. 4; Booster Club 1-4; Orange Aid 
1-4, Council 2-4; 500 Marching Corps 
1.* 
CAROL MARIE GAVIN— Riparian Yearbook 
1-4, Editor-in-Chief 4; ROTC Sponsor 
3-4; Nat. Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tion 4; National Honor Soc. 2-4; Home- 
coming Queen Cand. 4; Quill and Scroll 
3-4; Legion of Honor 1,3; Legion of 
Merit 2.* 
NANCY LYNNE GEISLER — National Honor 
Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; Quill 
and Scroll 3-4; Riparian Yearbook 2-4, 
Ad Staff 2-3, Academics Editor 4; Le- 
gion of Merit 1-3; Pompon Corps 3-4; 
Booster Club 1-4; Ripples 3; Arts Salon 
2-3.* 
ANNE GILCHRIST— Orange Aid 1-4; Boos- 
ter Club 1-4; Clef Club 3-4; Ripples 2-3; 
Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; 
Head Start 2; Volleyvall 3-4. 
JANET LEE GLAZIER— Rippleaires 4; Le- 
gion of Merit 1-3; Library Asst. 3. 
THOMAS EDWARD GLAZIER— Basketball 
Fr., Res. 2; Football Fr., Res. 2, Var. 
3-4; Lettermen's Club 2-4; Track Fr., 
Var. 4; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Intramurals 3-4; A Cappella Choir 3-4; 
Boys' Concert Choir 1-2. 
DENESE DIANE GOECKER— Booster Club 
1-4; Orange Aid 2-4, Council 3-4, Style 
Show 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Legion 
of Merit 1; Riparian Newspaper 2-4; Jr. 
Prom Com. 3; Sr. Com. 4; Pompon 
Corps 3.* 
DAN A. GOLDEN— Intramurals 4; Wres- 
tling Fr.; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Ripples 3. 



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Tiny Tim and Tina dance at Laugh-in. 



HOWARD JAY GOLDEN — Intramurals 1-3; 
Wrestling Fr.; Creative Writing Club 2. 

WARREN K. GOODMAN— Football Fr. 

MATTHEW J. GOTSHALL— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Football Fr. r Res. 2, Var. 3-4; 
Lettermen's Club 4; A Cappella Choir 
3-4; Boys' Concert Choir 1-2; Legion of 
Merit 1; Ripples 2-3; Sr. Announcement 
Com. 4.* 

MELISSA GRAHAM— Jr. Historical Soc. 4; 
Jr. Prom Com. 3; Behrman H.S., New 
Orleans, La. 1-2; North Central H.S., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 3. 

SARA LOUISE GRILLS— Orange Aid 1-4, 
Council 4; Fresh Aid 1; Arts Salon 1-2; 
Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Booster Club 1-4. 

SUSIE GRILLS — Homecoming Chrm. 4; 
Student Council 1-4; "Jane" Candidate 
1; Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 3; Ripples 2-3, 
Dir. 2; Orange Aid Style Show Skit 4; 
Booster Club 1-4; Orange Aid Exec. 
Council 4; Arts Salon 3.* 

EDWARD P. GUION — Legion of Merit 1-3; 
Ripples 2-3, Dir. 3; Musical 3-4; Hi-Y 
3-4, Sec. 4; Band 1-4, Drum Major 4; 
Orch. 2-4; Pep Band 2-4; Intramurals 
1-3; Key Club 4; Arts Salon 3.* 

LAURIE GUSTAFSON— AFS Exchange Stu- 
dent 3; Booster Club 1-4, Pres. 4, Vice- 
pres. 3; National Honor Soc. 3-4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Riparian Yearbook 2-4; 
Quill and Scroll 3-4, Treas. 4; Ripples 
2-3, Dir. 2; Homecoming Queen Cand. 
4; Pompon Corps 3; Fashion Board 4.* 

BETSY HACK — Girls' State 3; Booster 
Club 2-4; Orange Aid Council 4; Tri-Hi- 
Y 3; Legion of Honor 1-3; Arts Salon 3. 

SUSIE HALL— Office Asst. 3-4. 

DEBORAH ANNE HAMILTON — Sr. Elec- 
tion Com. 4; Jr. Achievement 4; Arts 
Salon 1-3; Jr. Table Decorations Com. 
3; Freshman-Sophomore Talent Show 
1-2; Stage Crew 3; Office Asst. 3; Li- 
brary Asst. 4; Booster Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 
3.* 

RUTH ANN HANAWAY 



MARGARET HAND — West Lafayette H.S., 
West Lafayette, Ind. 1; Schulte H.S., 
Terre Haute, Ind. 2; Legion of Merit 3; 
Jr. Achievement 2; Jr. Prom Com. 3. 

STEPHANIE ANNE HANIKA— 500 March- 
ing Corps 1; Legion of Merit 1-3; For- 
eigneers 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Jr. Achievement 4; Fashion Board 
3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; National 
Honor Soc. 3-4. 

CHARLES WILLIAM HARDESTY II— Gold- 
en Singers 3-4; Musical 3-4; Riparian 
Bus. Mgr. 4, Asst. 3; Sr. Ways and 
Means Com. 4; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Quill 
and Scroll 4. 

JOHN HARDIN— Basketball Res. 3, Var. 
4; Intramurals 2; Jr. Achievement 4; 
Office Asst. 4; Lettermen's Club 3-4. 

DIANA MARIE HARLOW— Home Ec. Club 
1-3, Sec. 2, Treas. 3; Jr. Achievement 
3; Arts Salon 2; Phys. Ed. Asst. 2-3; 
Home Ec. Asst. 3; Baton Club 1. 

ALLEN D. HARMON— Sound Crew 2-4, 
Head 3-4; National Honor Soc. 4; Jr. 
Historical Soc. 3-4; Nat. Merit Semi- 
finalist 4; Riparian Yearbook 2-3; Ra- 
dio-Hi-Fi Club 2-4, Treas. 3, Vice-pres. 
4; Legion of Merit 1-2; Legion of Honor 
3.* 

MARK EDWARD HARRINGTON— Chess 
Club 1-4, Vice-pres. 4; Library Asst. 
1-2; Intramurals 1-3. 

GAIL HEALY — Understudies 3-4, Pres. 3, 
Sec. 4; Science Club 4, Pres. 4; Home- 
coming Queen Cand. 3; National Honor 
Soc. 4; National Thespians 2-4; Jr. 
Historical Soc. 2-4; Future Nurses 2, 
Treas. 2; Civic Theater 2-4; Ripples 3.* 

JOHN W. HEARN JR.— Football Fr. 1, 
Res. 2; Track Fr.; ROTC 2-4, Officer 
2-4; Freshman-Sophomore Talent Show 
2; Jr. Achievement 3; Library Club 2; 
Military Ball Com. 3. 

WILLIAM EUGENE HEATH II— Jr. Histori- 
cal Soc. 4; Ripples 3; Intramurals 1-2; 
Stage Crew 1; Light Crew 1. 

JAMIE HEIDENREICH— Clef Club 1-4, 
Sec. 4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Homecom- 
ing Queen Cand. 4; Ripples 2-3; 500 
Marching Corps 1,3; Golden Singers 
3-4, Co-Pres. 4; Madrigals 3-4; Musical 
3-4; Orange Aid Style Show 4; GAA 1.* 

ERVIN HERMAN — Lettermen's Club 3-4; 
A Cappella Choir 4; Track Var. 3; Phys. 
Ed. Asst. 3; Intramurals 2. 

GARY HETHERINGTON— Intramurals 4. 

KAREN MICHELE HIATT— Legion of Merit 
1-3; Arts Salon 3; Stage Crew 4; GAA 
1; Jr. Decorations Com. 3. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH H I G G S— Nat. 
Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Le- 
gion of Merit 1-3; Booster Club 1-4; 
Arts Salon 2; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; 
Office Asst. 2,4; Volleyball 2; Jr. Ac- 
hievement 3-4; Ripples Make-up Com. 
3; Phys. Ed. Asst. 2.* 

ALICIA DENISE HILL— National Honor 
Soc. 2-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4, Sec. 
4; Student Council 4; Riparian 2-4, 
Chief Editorial Writer 4; Quill and Scroll 
4; ROTC Sponsor 3-4; Ripples 3; Legion 
of Honor 1,3; Legion of Merit 2.* 

LORI HILLIARD — Girls' Glee Club 1; Girls' 
Concert Choir 2; Science Club 3-4; Un- 
derstudies 3; Jr. Table Decorations 
Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3-4; National 
Thespians Play 2. 

MARIANNE HILTUNEN— Medical Explor- 
ers 4; Youth for Understanding Ex- 
change Student 4. 

TOM HINESLEY— Jr. Historical Soc. 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4; Cross Country Res. 
2; Intramurals 1-4; Riparian Yearbook 
2-3; Riparian Newspaper 4, H.R. Agent 
2-3. 

CYNTHIA S. HIRTZEL— National Honor 
Soc. 2-4, Vice-pres. 4; Riparian News- 
paper 3-4, News Bureau 3-4, Head 4; 



Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Quill and Scroll 
4; Altrusa Merit Award 3; DAR Good 
Citizenship Award 4; Legion of Honor 
3; Arts Salon 2-3.* 

PATRICK JAMES HOGAN — Intramurals 
1-4; Arts Salon 1-3. 

PHILLIP JOSEPH HOLCOMB— Intramur- 
als 2. 

DEBRA LYNN HOLMAN— Arts Salon 1-3; 
Clef Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Jr. Achieve- 
ment 4; Jr. Invitations Com. 3. 

DONA CASSANDRA HOOD — Golden Sing- 
ers 3-4; Musical 3-4; Legion of Honor 
1,3; Legion of Merit 2; Homecoming 
Queen Cand. 4; Clef Club 2-4; Science 
Club 3-4, Pres. 3, Vice-pres. 4; Booster 
Club 2-3; Future Nurses Club 1-3, Sec. 
2.* 

KARREN SUE HOOK— Arts Salon 1,3; Rip- 
ples Usher 3; Phys. Ed. Asst. 2-4; 500 
Marching Corps 1; Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Orange Aid 1-4; GAA 2; Baton Club 4. 

TERESA ANN HORTON — Jr. Achievement 
3-4, Sec. 4; Library Asst. 2-3; Archery 
1; Track 1-2; Basketball 1; Orange Aid 
1-4; Fresh Aid 1; Head Start 3; Home 
Ec. Club 2. 

MARK HOSMER— Radio-Hi-Fi Club 4; Jr. 
Achievement 4; Carmel H.S., Carmel 
Ind. 1-2. 

THOMAS BRADLEY HOUGHAM— Football 
Fr., Res. 2-3, Var. 4; Baseball Fr., Res. 
2-3, Var. 4; Key Club 3-4; Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; National Honor Soc. 3-4; Let- 
termen's Club 4; Legion of Merit 1-3; 
A Cappella Choir 3; Rocketaires 4; Sr. 
Cap and Gown Com. 4.* 

JULIE JEANNE HOUK— Student Council 
1-4; Safety Council 1-4, Hist. 2; Jr. His- 
torical 2-4, Vice-pres. 4; Cheerleading 
Var. 2-4; ROTC Sponsor 3-4; Golden 
Singers 4; National Honor Soc. 2-4; 
Homecoming Queen Finalist 3; Miss 
Riparian 4; Orange Aid 1-4, Hist. 2, 
Treas. 3.* 

ED HOUSE — Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Nation- 
al Thespians 3-4, Treas. 4; Golden Sing- 
ers 3-4; A Cappella 2; Boys' Concert 
Choir 1; Musical 3-4; Stage Crew 1-4; 
Intramurals 3-4; Jr. Centerpiece Com. 
3; Music Asst. 2-4.* 

TERRI DEANNE HUBBARD — Jr. Achieve- 
ment 3-4, Treas. 3-4; Rippleaires 4; A 
Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Concert Choir 
2; Girls' Ensemble 1; Volleyball 3; Le- 
gion of Merit 2-3; Arts Salon 2. 

JANE ELIZABETH HUDSON— Legion of 
Merit 1-3; Ripples 2-3, Choreographer 
2-3; Musical 2-4; Riparian Newspaper 
2-4, Promotion Mgr. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; 
Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Orange Aid 
Council 1-4; Booster Club 1. 

EDWIN HOLT HUGHES IV— Photo Staff 
2-3; Photo Club 2; Football Fr.; Intra- 
murals 2-3; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Library Asst. 1; Library Club 1-2; 
H.S. Red Cross 2; National Thespians 
4.* 

KEN HUNLEY— Intramurals 2-3; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3. 

NANCY ANN HUNTER— Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Jr. Achievement 3-4: Sr. Election 
Com. 4; Orange Aid 3-4; Head Start 3: 
St. Agnes H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1-2. 

JULIE ADELE ISHAM — Cheerleading Res. 
2-3, Var. 4; Booster Club 1-4; Orange 
Aid Council 1-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; 
Ripples 2-3; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Riparian 
Newspaper 3-4; Volleyball 1-4; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3.* 

TOM JACKMAN — "Joe" Cand. 1. 

ROSEMARY JACKSON— Dean's Asst. 3; 
Jr. Invitations Com. 3: Library Asst. 1. 

RICHARD DOUGLAS JACOBS— Quill and 
Scroll 4; Riparian 1-4; Arts Salon 3; 
Ripples 3. 

SALLY LYNN JAMISON— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Legion of Merit 1; Jr. Decora- 



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tions Com. 3; Booster Club 1-2; Crea- 
tive Writing Club 2; H.S. Red Cross 1, 
Tri-Hi-Y. ' 

SUSAN JANSEN — Girls' Concert Choir 2; 
A Cappella Choir 3; Eng. Office Asst. 2; 
Booster Club 1-2; Golden Singers 4; 
Madrigals 4; Jr. Table Decorations 
Com. 3. 

JOANNA RACINE JANUARY— Orange Aid 
3-4, Style Show 3-4, Council 4; Office 
Asst. 3-4; Jr. Table Decorations Com. 
3; Baton Club 2; Jr. Achievement 3-4; 
National Thespians 3-4. 

DAVID H. JAYNES— Arts Salon 1,3; Intra- 
murals 1-2; Tennis 1. 

GARY JOFFE — Intramurals 2,4. 

NANCY ELIZABETH JOHNSON— Orange 
Aid 2-4; Booster Club 1-2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3-4; National Thespians 4; Musical 2-4; 
Legion of Merit 1-3; Baton Club 4; Jr. 
Table Decorations Com. 3; Arts Salon 
3; Ripples 3. 

PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON— Fresh Aid 1. 

SYLVIA ANN JOHNSON — Homecoming 
Queen Cand. 4; GAA 1-4, Sports Head 
3; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Booster Club 3-4; Li- 
brary Club 1. 

DONNA MARIE JONES— Social Studies 
Asst. 4; Orange Aid 1-4, Council 4; Jr. 
Invitations Com. 3; Pompon Corps 4 
500 Marching Corps 1; Booster Club 4 

JANIS WYNNE KAELLNER— Fresh Aid 1 
Girls' Glee Club 1; Girls' Ensemble 2 
Girls' Concert Choir 2,4; A Cappella 
Choir 3; Musical Usher 4; Home Ec. 
Club 3-4; Office Asst. 4. 

HELAINE M. KANE— Fresh Aid 1; Booster 
Club 2; Girls' Ensemble 2; Girls' Con- 
cert Choir 3; Rippleaires 4; Arts Salon 
3; Legion of Merit 2-3. 

TIMOTHY NICK KAUFMAN— Madrigals 
3-4; Golden Singers 3-4; Ripples 2; 
Musical 2-4; Clef Club 3-4; Intramurals 
1-4; Boys' Concert Choir 1; A Cappella 
Choir 2. 

JEAN ELIZABETH KAVICH— Quill and 
Scroll 4; Riparian Newspaper 3-4, News 
Bureau 3-4; Ripples 3; Nathaniel Scrib- 
ner Jr. H.S., New Albany, Ind. 1; New 
Albany H.S., New Albany, Ind. 2. 

JACK KENNETH KEENE— Wrestling Var. 
1-4; Lettermen's Club 2-4; Key Club 
3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; A Cappella 
Choir 2-3; Rocketaires 4; Ripples 2-3; 
Musical 1; Legion of Merit 1-2; Boys' 
Concert Choir 1. 

ROBERT THORNTON KEN EGY— Basket- 
ball Fr., Res. 2, Var. 3-4; Student Coun- 
cil 3; Legion of Merit 1-3; Cross Coun- 
try Res. 1-2; Intramurals 3-4. 

MARGARET ANN KENNEDY — Girls' Glee 
Club 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Office Asst. 
4. 

MACKEY KERTIS — Intramurals 4. 

LYNDA KESLER — Girls' Ensemble 2; 
Foods Asst. 3; Home Ec. Club 3-4, Vice 
pres. 4. 

JOHN B. KIMBLE— Band 1. 

SANDRA ROSE KIMBLE— Golden Singers 
4; Musical 4; Stage Crew 2-4; Clef Club 
1-4; Arts Salon 2-3; Jr. Achievement 3, 
Vice-pres. 3; Ripples 2-3; Understudies 
2. 

KIM ROBIN KIRCH— Cheerleader Var. 
2-4; National Honor Soc. 2-4; Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 2-4; Student Council 3; 
Ripples 2-3; Legion of Merit 1-2; Le- 
gion of Honor 3; Orange Aid Exec. 
Council 4; Arts Salon 1-3; Sr. Ways 
and Means Com. 4.* 

CONSTANCE MARIE KLEINDORFER— 
Golden Singers 4; National Honor Soc. 
3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Orange Aid 
Council 1,3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Arts 
Salon 2; Musical 4; Booster Club 1-4; 
A Cappella Choir 2-3; Girls' Concert 
Choir 1.* 



2-4; 
Intra- 

Prom 



Baseball Var. 2-4; 

-2; Legion of Honor 

Cand. 1; Student 



KERRY DEAN KLOHR— Jr. Centerpiece 
Com. 3. 

DONNA KNIGHT— Booster Club 1-3; Tri- 
Hi-Y 4; Jr. Table Decorations 3. 

KRISTINE MARIE KOHLS— Riparian Year- 
book 3-4, Activities Chrm. 4; Booster 
Club 1-4; Quill and Scroll 4; Legion of 
Merit 1-3; Arts Salon 2; Head Start 2; 
Jr. Prom Com. 3; Office Asst. 1-2. 

KATHLEEN KREUTZFELD — Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, 
Pres. 4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4; 
Volleyball 1-4; Dean's Asst. 2-3; Rip- 
ples 3; Baton Club 1-2. 

MICHAEL KUHFELD— Tennis Var. 
Arapahoe H.S., Denver, Colo. 1; 
murals 3; Lettermen's Club 2-4. 

MELISSA ANN LAMBERTUS — Jr. 

Com. 3; Booster Club 1-4; Orange Aid 
Council 2-4; Legion Of Merit 1-3; Fresh 
Aid 1; Ripples 2-3; Riparian Newspaper 

3, News Bureau 3. 

GARY WALTER LARSON— Key Club 2-4; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; Lettermen's 
Club 2-4, Vice-pres. 4; Mr. Riparian 4; 
Football Fr., Var. 2-4; Basketball Fr., 
Res. 2, Var. 2-4; 
Legion of Merit 1- 
3; "John Alden" 
Council 1-2.* 

DAVID M. LAUTNER— Football Fr., Var. 
2-4; Baseball Res. 1; Var. 2-4; Basket- 
ball Fr., Res. 2; Intramurals 3-4; Ripples 
3; Safety Council 1-2; Phys. Ed. Asst. 
2; Lettermen's Club 2-4. 

KATHRYN JOAN LEE— Safety Council 3-4, 
Pres. 4; H.S. Red Cross 2-4, Treas. 3; 
Sr. Cap and Gown Com. 4; Jr. Decora- 
tions Com. 3; Orange Aid Style Show 
Skit 3-4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4; 
Legion of Honor 1-3; Riparian Yearbook 

4, Ad Staff 4; 500 Marching Corps 2; 
Ripples 2.* 

AL W. LEHNER— Riparian Photo Staff 2-4, 
Head 4; Quill and Scroll 3-4; Photo 
Club 1-4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3-4; Treas. 4; 
Arts Salon 2-4; Library Club 1; Sr. Cap 
and Gown Com. 4. 

BARBARA ANN LEVENTHAL — Jr. Histori- 
cal Soc. 4; Orange Aid Exec. Council 4; 
Legion of Merit 1-3; Jr. Decorations 
Com. 3; Sr. Cap and Gown Com. 4; 
Arts Salon 1; Art Club 1-2; Ripples 2; 
Fashion Board 4; Volleyball 1. 

RONALD EUGENE LEVIN — Intramurals 1- 
3; Jr. Prom Com. 3. 

CLYDE MICHAEL LIEBERMAN— Student 
Council 1-4, Pres. 4; Jr. Class Pres. 3; 
Baseball Res. 1-2, Var. 3-4; Nat. Merit 
Letter of Commendation 4; Key Club 
2-4; National Honor Soc. 3-4; Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 1-4; Ripples 2-3; Riparian 
Newspaper 4, Circulation Mgr. 4; Let- 
termen's Club 3-4.* 

THOMAS E. LINTON— Jr. Historical Soc. 
3-4; Debate Soc. 2-3; Orch. 4; Band 
1-4; Wrestling Res. 2-3, Var. 4; Tennis 
Res. 3; Intramurals 3-4; Legion of Merit 
2-3; Riparian Newspaper 4. 

CONNIE LOFTISS — Liberty H.S., Youngs- 
town, Ohio 1-2; Civic Theater 3-4; Boos- 
ter Club 3; National Thespians 4; Of- 
fics Asst 3 

LINDA LOHSS— Orange Aid 1-4, Council 
1-3, Exec. Council 4; Riparian News- 
paper 1-4; Pom Pon Corps 3; Legion of 
Merit 1-3; Art Club 1-4; Booster Club 
1-3; Head Start 3; Arts Salon 1-3; Of- 
fice Asst. 1-4.* 

ROSALIND 'ANN LONG— Legion of Merit 
1-3; A Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Concert 
Choir 2; Girls' Glee Club 1; Musical 
Costume Com. 4; Jr. Table Decorations 
Com. 3; Foreigneers 1. 

BARBARA JEAN LOVE— Orange Aid 1-3; 
GAA 1-4; Phys. Ed. Asst. 2-4; Volleyball 
1-2. 

HAROLD LLOYD LUMSEY— Intramurals 
2-4; Basketball Fr.; Track Fr. 




"Charge!" shouts Libby Blake. 



LAURIE ALISON MacDONALD — Riparian 
H.R. Agent 1; Office Asst. 1; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3; Booster Club 1. 
CAROL ANN MacDOUGALL— Ripples Ush- 
ers 3; Arts Salon 2-3; 500 Marching 
Corps 3; Orange Aid 1-4. 
MARK MacLUCAS— Key Club 2-4, Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4; Sr. Class Pres. 4; Golden Sing- 
ers 3-4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Madrigals 3-4; 
Musical 3-4; Student Council 4; Safety 
Council 4; Tennis Res. 3, Var. 4; Jr. 
Historical Soc. 3-4; National Honor Soc. 
3-4.* 
SHARON ANN MADDEN — Office Asst. 1, 

3; H.S. Red Cross 1; Library Asst. 1. 
ALLEN MICHAEL MARCUS— Musical 4; 

Intramurals 1-2,4; Jr. Prom Com. 3. 
JEROME FRANK MARCUS— Intramurals 
1-2,4; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Orch. 
1-4. 
MICHELE TINA MARK— Riparian News- 
paper 3-4; Quill and Scroll 4; Future 
Nurse's Club 1; Jr. Table Decorations 
Com. 3. 
ROBERT MARONEY— Intramurals 1-2; 

Ripples 3; H.S. Red Cross 2. 
BETSY RUTH MATEER— Golden Singers 
3-4; Sec.-treas. 4; Musical 3-4; Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 4; Clef Club 1-4; National 
Thespians 4; Homecoming Queen 
Cand. 4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Jr. Table 
Decorations Com. 3; Nat. Merit Letter 
of Commendation 4; Ripples 2-3.* 
ROBERT McBROOM — Jr. Achievement 3. 
SUETTA McCALLISTER — Baton Club 1; 
Volleyball 2; Booster Club 4; Office 
Asst. 2-4; Sr. Com. 4; Jr. Prom Com. 
3; Jr. Achievement 3-4. 
BARB McCLAIN — Riparian Newspaper 2- 
4, Ad Mgr. 4; Legion of Merit 3; Orange 
Aid 2-4, Exec. Council 4, Style Show 
4; Fresh Aid 1; Quill and Scroll 4; Jr. 
Decorations Com. 3; Ripples 3; Tri-Hi- 
Y 3; Volleyball 2-3; Dean's Asst. 2-3.* 



124 — Seniors 



JEAN McCLOSKEY— Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Orange Aid 4; Dean's Asst. 2-4; Volley- 
ball 1; Jr. Achievement 4; Booster Club 
1-4; Sr. Com. 4. 

DENITA LYNN McCOY— Booster Club 2-4; 
Orch. 1-4; Musical 3-4; Golden Singers 
4; A Cappella Choir 3; Homecoming 
Queen Cand. 4; Legion of Merit 1-3; 
Arts Salon 2; 500 Marching Corps 1; 
Sr. Com. 4. 

GREG McDERMOTT — Stamp and Coin 
Club 1; Intramurals 2-4; Jr. Achieve- 
ment 3. 

RANDALL R. McMULLEN— Stamp and 
Coin Club 3, Vice-pres. 3; Band 1-3; In- 
tramurals 2-4. 

WILLIAM LYNN McNIECE— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; Debate Soc. 3-4; Legion of 
Merit 2-3. 

SANDRA ANNE MERRELL — Future 
Nurses Club 2-4, Pres. 3-4; Homecom- 
ing Queen Cand. 4; Science Club 4; 
GAA 2; Booster Club 2-4; Jr. Achieve- 
ment 3-4, Sec. 3-4; Nurse's Asst. 3-4; 
Legion of Merit 2-3; Whiteland H.S., 
Whiteland, Ind. 1; Jr. Post Prom Com. 
3. 

JOHN ELLIS MERRILL— Wrestling Res. 2, 
Var. 3-4; Madrigals 4; Golden Singers 
4; Orch. 3-4; Band 1-4; Intramurals 1- 
4; Clef Club 4; Hi-Y 2-4; Musical 3-4; 
Ripples 3.* 

TODD MERRILL — Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4, 
Treas. 4; National Thespians 3-4, Pres. 
4; Debate Soc. 3-4, Treas. 3; Golden 
Singers 4; Wrestling Res. 2; Intramurals 
3-4; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Ripples 2-3; 
Musical 4. 

TED MICHENER — Intramurals 3. 

MARCIA MARIE MILES — Sr. Class Sec. 4; 
Homecoming Queen Finalist 4; Out- 



Bliss Rea wraps up in a blanket. 




standing Fr. Girl 1; Student Council 3-4; 
Quill and Scroll 3-4, Sec. 4; Riparian 
Yearbook 1-4, Picture Editor 4; Legion 
of Honor 1-3; Orange Aid Exec. Coun- 
cil 2-4; Foreigneers 1-4, Vice-pres. 3; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4.* 

JOHN RUSSELL MILLER— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Track Res. 2; Cross Country 
Res. 2; Intramurals 3-4. 

MARSHA ELLEN MILLS — Baton Club 1-2; 
Booster Club 1-2; Future Nurse's Club 
1-2, Sec. 2; Nurses Asst. 2. 

LARRY ARNOLD MINNIX— Key Club 2-4; 
Intramurals 1-4; Wrestling Res. 2; Boys' 
State 3; Jr. Decorations Com. 3. 

GREGG MONROE — ROTC Rifle Team 2-4, 
Capt. 3-4, All-City 3-4, Officer 3-4; Mili- 
tary Ball Com. 

JACK L. MOORE — Intramurals 2-4; Rip- 
ples 2; Wrestling Res. 2. 

DANIEL NEIL MORRIS — Debate Soc. 1-4, 
Sec. 1, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4; Riparian 
Newspaper 1-4, Managing Editor 4; Key 
Club 3-4; Quill and Scroll 4; Jr. His- 
torical Soc. 2-4, Parliamentarian 4; Nat. 
Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Jour- 
nalism Instit., Northwestern U. 3; Com- 
munications Arts Instit., Mich. St. U. 3; 
Purdue Legislature, Outstanding Rep. 
3; Legion of Merit 1-3.* 

MIMI MORRIS — Nat. Merit Letter of Com- 
mendation 4; Legion of Honor 1-3; Arts 
Salon 1; Homecoming Queen Cand. 3; 
Library Club 1-4, Pres. 3, Vice-pres. 4, 
Sec. 2; National Thespians 3-4; Radio 
Hi-Fi Club 3-4, Sec.-treas. 4; Musical 
3-4; Understudies 3-4.* 

SALLY ANN MORRIS — Riparian Yearbook 
3-4, Production Coordinator 4, Faculty 
Editor 3; Quill and Scroll 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3-4; Booster Club 2-4; Photo Club 3-4; 
Sr. Com. 4; Jr. Table Decorations Com. 
3; Ripples Usher Chrm. 3; Dean's Asst. 
3' Office Asst. 1.* 

MARY MARTHA MOSBY— Fresh Aid 1; 
Booster Club 1; Ripples Usher 2; H.S. 
Red Cross 2, Hist. 2; Jr. Invitations 
Com. 3; Future Nurse's Club 2; Girls' 
Glee Club 3; Orange Aid 3. 

MARSHA KAY MOSELEY— Orch. 4; Boos- 
ter Club 3; Fresh Aid 1; Orange Aid 4. 

JACK EDWARD MOSS— Intramurals 4. 

TOM MOURON — English Asst. 3. 

CATHERINE JOYCE MULLANE— Jr. Class 
Sec. 3; Homecoming Queen 4; ROTC 
Sponsor 3-4; Student Council 1-4, Vice- 
pres. 3; Miss Riparian Cand. 4; Safety 
Council 1-4, Sec. 2; Legion of Honor 
1-3; Orange Aid Exec. Council 4; Na- 
tional Honor Soc. 3-4; "Priscilla Mul- 
lens" Cand 3 * 

KEVIN HENRY MULLER— Golden Singers 
4; Musical 4; Boys' Glee Club 1; A Cap- 
pella Choir 3. 

LUCINDA CHRISTINE MULREY— Musical 
2-4; Ripples 2; Legion of Merit 1; Eng- 
lish Asst. 1. 

CATHERINE MYERS — Homecoming Queen 
Cand. 4; Understudies 3-4, Hist. 4; Of- 
fice Asst. 1-4; Orange Aid 1-2; Future 
Nurse's Club 2; Archery 2. 

T. J. MYERS — Westlane Jr. H.S., Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 1; Southport H.S., South 
Southport, Ind. 2-3. 

CAROLE LEE NASH— National Thespians 
3-4; Art Crew 3-4; Ripples 3; Legion of 
Merit 1-2; Riparian Newspaper 4; Arts 
Salon 1. 

MARGARET ANN NEWTON — Golden Sing- 
ers 4; A Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Con- 
cert Choir 2; Musical 4; Legion of Merit 
1-3; National Thespians 3-4; Pompon 
Corps 3-4; Clef Club 3-4; Ripples 2-3; 
Riparian Newspaper 2-3, News Bureau 
2-3.* 

FREDERICK NICHOLSON — Chartard H.S., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 1-3. 

SUE ANN NOEL — Booster Club 2-4; 



Orange Aid 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3-4; Jr. Invita- 
tions Com. 3. 

PAM NUNN — North Central H.S., Indiana- 
polis, Ind. 3. 

PATRICIA NUNN— North Central H.S., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 3. 

JAMES F. OAKLEY — Golden Singers 4; 
Musical 4; A Cappella Choir 2-3; Sr. 
Ways and Means Com. 4. 

NANCY EVELYN O'BRIEN— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Decorations 
Com. 3; Booster Club 1-3. 

EILEEN O'DONNELL— Pompon Corps 4; 
Musical 4; Island Trees H.S., Levit- 
town, N.Y. 1-3. 

JAMES F. OLSEN— Intramurals 1-4. 

EDWARD HAYES O'REAR— B and 1-4; 
Orch. 3-4; Hi-Y 3-4, Chaplain 4; Rip- 
ples 3; Musical 4; Brass Choir 2-4; Pep 
Band 2-4; Intramurals 2-4. 

CELIA TERESE OSBORN— I.U. Honors 
Student 3; Legion of Merit 3; Rich East 
H.S., Park Forest, III. 1-2. 

DIEDRA O'SHEA — St. Agnes Academy, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 1-2; Art Club 4; Clef 
Club 4; Arts Salon 3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; 
Baton Club 4. 

C. VICKI PARROS — Nat. Merit Semi-Final- 
ist 3; National Thespians 3-4; Library 
Club 2-4, Hist. 3; Understudies 2-4, 
Vice-pres. 3, Treas. 4; Science Club 4; 
Arts Salon 1; Volleyball 1-2. 

DEBORAH PASSO— Legion of Merit 1; 
Archery 1; Volleyball 1; Booster Club 1, 
3; Riparian Yearbook 4, Ad Staff 4. 

GEOFFREY ALAN PASSO — Riparian News- 
paper 2-4, News Editor 4; Medical Ex- 
plorers 1-3, Vice-pres. 2, Pres. 3; Ex- 
ercise in Knowledge 4; Debate Soc. 3-4; 
Quill and Scroll 4; Legion of Merit 1-3; 
Ripples Programs 3. 

THOMAS E. PATTON— Legion of Merit 1; 
Intramurals 1-2,4; ROTC Drill Team 1-2, 
Officer 2. 

CATHERINE PEACHEY— Student Council 
1-4; "Priscilla Mullens" Cand. 1; Or- 
ange Aid Council 1-4, Style Show 4; 
Jr. Decorations Com. Chrm. 3; Ripples 
2-3; Legion of Merit 1-2; Arts Salon 2; 
Booster Club 1-3; Sr. Cap and Gown 
Com. 4.* 

CATHERAN A. PECK— National Honor 
Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Arts 
Salon 2-3; Riparian Yearbook 2-4, Ad 
Co-mgr. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Booster 
Club 1-3; Legion of Merit 1-3; Sr. Ways 
and Means Com. 4; Art Club 4.* 

REBECCA L. PETERS — Headstart 2; Girls' 
Concert Choir 3-4; Office Asst. 2-3; Li- 
brary Asst. 1; Home Ec. Asst. 2-4. 

THOMAS 0. PETERSON— Hi-Y 3-4, Pres. 
4; Band 1-4, Capt. 4; Orch. 1-4; Sr. 
Cap and Gown Com. 4; Musical 1-4; 
Riparian Business Mgr. 4; Ripples 1-3; 
Legion of Honor 3; Pep Band 1-4; 
Dance Band 1-3.* 

DEBORAH PETRIE — National Honor Soc. 
3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Jr. Historical 
Soc. 2-4; Orange Aid Exec. Council 4; 
Riparian Newspaper 2; Nat. Merit Let- 
ter of Commendation 3; Booster Club 
2-4; Ripples 3. 

BARBARA J. PETTIJOHN — Greenfield 
H.S., Greenfield, Ind. 1-3. 

SUSAN PITTS — Riparian Newspaper 4; 
Office Asst. 2-3; Understudies 1-2; Jr. 
Achievement 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

MARSHA LYNN PLANCK — Legion of Merit 
2-3; H.S. Red Cross 2-4; Foreigneers 
3-4, Pres. 4; Home Ec. Club 1-2, Vice- 
pres. 2; Head Start 2; Arts Salon 1; 
Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Orange Aid 4; 
National Thespians 4. 

PATRICIA PLATTER — Orange Aid 3. 

CHARLES POLLARD — Football Fr., Var. 3- 
4; Basketball Fr., Res. 2, Var. 3; Track 
Fr., Var. 2,4; Arts Salon 2-3. 



Seniors — 125 



LOUIS LARRY PROFETA— Intramurals 1- 
4; Wrestling Fr.; Cross Country Fr. 

CONNIE JO PRUITT — Orange Aid 1; Bpos- 
ter Club 1; Office Asst. 3-4; Jr. Invita- 
tions Com. 3. 

MARTA E. PUGH — Riparian Newspaper 2- 
4, Feature Editor 4; Ripples 3, Dir. 3; 
National Honor Soc. 3-4; Legion of 
Honor 3; Quill and Scroll 3-4, Vice-pres. 
4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4; Orange 
Aid Exec. Council 4, Style Show 3-4; 
Pompon Corps 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 
2-4.* 

VICKY RADER— Legion of Merit 1; Jr. 
Prom Com. 3; Arts Salon 1,3; Jr 
Achievement 4, Treas. 4; Booster Club 
1-3; Home Ec. Club 1-2; Art Club 1-4 
Volleyball 1; Office Asst. 1. 

CARL RADFORD — ROTC 1-4, Officer 3-4 
Bat. Staff 3-4; Football Res. 2-3, Var. 
4; Lettermen's Club 4; Jr. Achievement 
4. 

ELIZABETH ANN RAETZ — Phys. Ed. Asst. 
2; Nurse's Asst. 4; Orange Aid 1-4; Jr. 
Prom Com. 3. 

NANCY ELIZABETH RANSHAW — National 
Honor Soc. 3-4; Foreigneers 2-4, Treas. 
3; Arts Salon 1; Legion of Merit 1-3; 
Office Asst. 3-4. 

SARAH BLISS REA — Legion of Merit 1-3; 
Ripples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Riparian 
Yearbook 3, Newspaper 4; Sr. Ways 
and Means Com. 4; Fashion 
Orange Aid Exec. Council 4; 
Scroll 4; Booster Club 1-4; 
1,3-4.* 

JOHN REARICK— Intramurals 
Salon 2; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Jr 
ment 3. 

TOM REDMOND — Football Fr. 1, Res. 2, 
Var. 3-4; Wrestling Res. 2-3, Var. 4; 
Basketball Fr.; Track Var. 3-4; Letter 
men's Club 4, Treas. 
2; Legion of Merit 3; 

LINDA RIVELLI— Future 
Foreigneers Club 4. 

PAMELA ROBERTS — Future Nurse's Club 
4; Jr. Achievement 3-4, Treas. 3, Vice- 
pres. 4; Understudies 1-2; Science Club 
3-4; Jr. Table Decorations Com. 3; For- 
eigneers 4. 

LARRY ROWLAND — Intramurals 3-4; Jr. 
Prom Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3; Ben- 
son H.S., Omaha, Neb. 1-2. 

DAN ROZELLE — Student Mgr. 1; Jr. Prom 
Com. 3; Arts Salon 3; Intramurals 1-2; 
Jr. Achievement 3. 

SYLVIA LINDA RUBULS — "Jane" Cand. 
1; Art Club 1; Arts Salon 1-3; Booster 
Club 1; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Fresh Aid 
1; 500 Arts Festival 1; Volleyball 1; 
Ripples 3; Jr. Achievement 3. 

ROBERT CHARLES RUDESILL — Legion of 
Merit 1-3; Ripples 3; Golden Singers 
3-4; Madrigals 3-4; Band 3-4; Safety 
Council 1-4, Treas. 3; Stamp and Coin 
Club 1-3, Pres. 2; H.S. Red Cross 1-2; 
Clef Club 1-4, Vice-pres. 3, Treas. 4; 
Hi-Y 4.* 

DWAYNE STEPHEN RUNNELS — Legion of 
Merit 3; Arts Salon 1; Hi-Y 1-4, Sec. 2, 
Treas. 3; Orch. 1-4; Art Club 1-4; Li- 
brary Club 3-4; Science Club 3-4; Stage 
Crew 1; Radio Hi-Fi Club 3-4; Under- 
studies 3. 

WAYNE ROBERT RUNNELS — Hi-Y 1-4, 
Sec. 2-3, Vice-pres. 4; Orch. 1-4; Musi- 
cal 2-4; Stage Crew 1-4; Art Club 1-4; 
Library Club 3-4; Science Club 3-4; 
Understudies 3; Radio Hi-Fi Club 2-4.* 

JAYNE RUSSELL — Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; 
National Thespians 3-4; Understudies 
1-4, Vice-pres. 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 2; Li- 
brary Club 1-4, Vice-pres. 2, Sec. 3, 
Treas. 4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4; 
Booster Club 3; Science Club 3-4; Fu- 
ture Nurse's Club 2-3; Civic Theater 1; 
Ripples 3.* 



Board 4; 
Quill and 
Volleyball 

1-4; Arts 
Achieve- 



4; "Joe" Cand. 
Ripples 2-3.* 
Nurses Club 2; 



ROBERTA SACHS — Library Asst. 1; Of- 
fice Asst. 2-3. 

TODD H. SAMMONS — Riparian Newspa- 
per 3-4, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Quill and 
Scroll 3-4, Pres. 4; National Honor Soc. 
3-4, Treas. 4; Band 1-4, 1st Lt. 4; Pep 
Band 2-4; Key Club 4; Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Nat. Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Bas- 
ketball Fr., Res. 2; Football Fr.* 

SANDRA SATINSKY — Jr. Historical Soc. 
3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3; Riparian News- 
paper 3; Booster Club 1-3; Jr. Table 
Decorations Com. 3. 

JACK SAWREY— Ripples 2-3; Football Fr. f 
Res. 2, Var. 3-4; Baseball Res. 1, Var. 
2-4; Intramurals 2-4; Basketball Fr.; 
Arts Salon 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Hi-Y 
1; Lettermen's Club 2-4. 

LARRY G. SCHACHTER — Band 1-4; Pep 
Band 2-4; Track Res. 2-4; Wrestling 
Res. 4; Science Seminar 4; Debate Soc. 
3-4; Intramurals 1-2; Ripples 3; Legion 
of Merit 3. 

LOUIS SCHLEGEL— National Honor Soc. 
3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Riparian 
Newspaper 1-4, Sports Editor 4; Quill 
and Scroll 3-4, Vice-pres. 4; Legion of 
Merit 1-2; Legion of Honor 4; Hi-Y 2- 
4, Hist. 3; Park Honors Seminar 4; 
Intramurals 1-4; Baseball Fr. 1, Res. 
2 * 

JOHN W. SCHMIDT— Library Club 1-4; In- 
tramurals 2; Jr. Achievement 3-4. 

LAURA ANN SCHNUELLE— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; National Honor Soc. 4; H.S. 
Red Cross 1-4, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4; Tri- 
Hi-Y 3-4; Band 1-4; Nat. Merit Letter of 
Commendation 4; Arts Salon 3; Ripples 
3; Legion of Merit 1-3; Orch. 4. 

LINDA SUE SCHWAB — Girls' Concert 
Choir 2-3; Understudies 2; GAA 2; 
Booster Club 2; Tennis 1; Indian Hill 
H.S., Cincinnati, Ohio 3. 

SAM SCOTT — Band 1; Arts Salon 1,3; In- 
tramurals 1-4. 

JOSEPH SEGAL — Jr. Historical Soc. 4; 
Band 2-4; Legion of Merit 2; Musical 
4; Pep Band 4. 

PHILLIP SEGAL— Jr. Historical Soc. 4; 
Band 2-4; Basketball Fr.; Legion of 
Merit 2; Pep Band 4. 

NICHOLAS ALAN S E L D O N— National 
Honor Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; 
Legion of Merit 1-3. 

MIKE SERVAAS — Photo Club 2; A Cap- 
pella Choir 2-3; Music Asst. 2-4; Stage 
Crew 1-4; Radio Hi-Fi Club 4. 

MARK PHILLIP SHARFMAN — Jr. Center- 
piece Com. 3. 

EDWARD ALLEN SHARP — Art Club 2-3. 

CAROLYN L. SHELTON — Golden Singers 
4; Musical 1-4; Clef Club 2-4; National 
Thespians 3-4; Orch. 1-4; Concert Mis- 
tress 4; Jr. Historical Soc. 4; A Cap- 
pella Choir 3; Riparian Newspaper 2-3; 
Legion of Merit 1-3; Ripples 2-3.* 

CHRISTINE D. SHEPHERD — Legion of 
Merit 1; Orange Aid 1; Arts Salon 1-2; 
Booster Club 2; Head Start 3; Office 
Asst. 3; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Ar- 
chery 1; Fresh Aid 1. 

WILLIAM SHOBE— Lettermen's Club 4; 
Football Res. 2, Var. 4; Track Res. 1, 
Var. 3-4; Jr. Achievement 4. 

MARILYN GAYLE SHULTZ— Riparian Year- 
book 2-4, Organizations Editor 3, Man- 
aging Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 3-4; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Legion of Merit 
1-3; Orange Aid Council 1,3-4, Style 
Show 4; Arts Salon 1,3; Booster Club 
1-4; Ripples 3; Youth Looks at Litera- 
ture 3.* 

MARY SIMON— Legion of Merit 1-3; Rip- 
ples 2-3; Booster Club 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Orange 
Aid 1-4, Council 3-4; Riparian H.R. 
Agent; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Volleyball 
1-2.* 



ROSALIE D. SIMON— Riparian Yearbook 
2-4, Ad Staff 2-4, Ad Co-mgr. 4; Quill 
and Scroll 4; Art Club 4; Arts Salon 1,3; 
Booster Club 1-2; H.S. Red Cross 1. 

JEANNA MARIE SI MONE— Tri-Hi-Y 2-3; 
Foreigneers 1-2; Booster Club 1-2; 
Girls' Concert Choir 2-3; Red Cross 1-2. 

JUDITH DIANE SIMPSON— Orange Aid 
Council 2; Fresh Aid 1; Booster Club 
1-4; Ripples 2-3; Volleyball 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 
3; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Riparian 
H.R. Agent 3. 

MARCIA PHYLLIS SINGER — National Hon- 
or Soc. 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; Nat. 
Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Leg- 
ion of Honor 3; Legion of Merit 2; 
Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Sec. 3, Chaplain 4; Gol- 
den Singers 4; Musical 4; A Cappella 
Choir 3.* 

JERRY SLOAN — Golden Singers 3-4; Mu- 
sical 2-4; A Cappella Choir 2; Intra- 
murals 2-4; Jr. Achievement 2-4; Rip- 
ples Make-up Com. 3; "Wizard of Id" 
2; Jr. Invitations Com. 3; Arts Salon 
2-3; Boys' Glee Club 1.* 

KATHLEEN E. SMITH— Jamboree Queen 
4; Cheerleader Res. 2, Var. 3; Home- 
coming Queen Cand. 4; Legion of Merit 
1-3; Ripples 2-3; Orange Aid Council 
2-4, Style Show 3; Booster Club 1. 

KATHRYN LEE SMITH— R i p p I e s 2-3; 
Orange Aid Exec. Council 4, Style Show 
Skit 4; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Booster 
Club 1-4; Art Club 1. 

WILLIAM T. SMITH — Football Fr., Res. 2- 
3, Var. 4; Basketball Fr., Res. 2; Base- 
ball Res. 1, Var. 2-4; Intramurals 3-4; 
Legion of Merit 1; Golden Singers 3-4; 
Musical 3-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Let- 
termen's Club 2-4; Arts Salon 3.* 

MICHAEL LEE S M I T H A— Football Fr.; 
Baseball Res. 2-3; Basketball Fr., Res. 
2; Var. 3-4; "Joe" Cand. 1; Intramurals 
3; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; Tennis Res. 1; 
Ripples 2; Lettermen's Club 3-4; Jr. 
Decorations Com. 3.* 

RICHARD WARREN SPAHR— Track Res. 
2, Var. 3; Intramurals 1-4; Hi-Y 1; H.S. 
Red Cross 2; Ripples 2-3; Sr. Ways and 
Means Com. 4; Lettermen's Club 3-4. 

JAN ALICE SPAULDING — Lancaster H.S., 
Lancaster, Ohio 1. 

JOAN MARGARET STAHL— National Hon- 
or Soc. 3-4; Riparian Newspaper 2; Le- 
gion of Merit 1-3; Arts Salon 1-2; Office 
Asst. 1. 

NANCY LYNN STAN DEFORD— Booster 
Club 1-4; Orange Aid 1-4, Council 4; 
Ripples 2; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; 
Jr. Achievement 3; Volleyball 1. 

NANCY STANDISH— O range Aid 1-4; 
Council 4; Dean's Asst. 4; Legion of 
Merit 1-2; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Ripples 3; 
Art Club 1-2; Foreigneers 2. 

MIKE STANFILL — Cross Country Fr., Var. 
2-4; Track Fr., Var. 3-4; Basketball Fr.; 
Intramurals 2-4; Ripples 2-3; "Joe" 
Cand. 2; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Lettermen's 
Club 2-4. 

ROBERTA ANN STARMER — Booster Club 
1-4; Orange Aid 1-4, Exec. Council 2; 
Ripples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Jr. 
Achievement 4. 

HANS WILLIAM STECK— Student Council 
1-2; Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Football Fr., 
Var. 2-4, Co-captain 4; Most Valuable 
Player 4; Golf Res. 1, Var. 2-4; Ripples 
2-3; Legion of Merit 2-3; Lettermen's 
Club 2-4, Sec. 4; Intramurals 2-4; Bas- 
ketball Fr.* 

BEVERLY STEIN — B o o s t e r Club 3-4; 
Orange Aid 1-4, Style Show 3; Arts 
Salon 2; Riparian H.R. Agent 1; Jr. 
Prom Com. 3; Jr. Achievement 3-4; Vol- 
leyball 1; Office Asst. 2-3. 

JEFF STEVENS — National Honor Soc. 3-4; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 4; Key Club 3-4; 
Clef Club 2-4; National Thespians 3-4; 



126 — Seniors 



Musical 2-4; Ripples 2-3; Legion of 
Merit 2; Legion of Honor 3; Music 
Asst. 3-4. 

LAMONT STEWART— F o o t b a I I Var. 4; 
Track Res. 2; Basketball Fr.; Letter- 
men's Club 3-4. 

GINA STON EH ILL— Ripples 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; 
Library Asst. 2; Booster Club 4; Orange 
Aid 4; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Girls' 
Glee Club 1; Girls' Ensemble 2. 

DENISE STORM — Orange Aid 4; Tri-Hi-Y 
2; Future Nurse's Club 2-3; Nurses 
Asst. 2; Head Start 2; Jr. Achievement 
3; Jr. Table Decorations Com. 3; Baton 
Club 1; Arts Salon 1; Booster Club 4. 

MARK STRAHLENDORF — Student Athletic 
Mgr. 3-4; Intramurals 2-4; Boys' Glee 
Club 1; Lettermen's Club 3-4. 

REATHA STREETER — Arts Salon 2; Office 
Asst. 2; Jr. Achievement 3; Booster Club 
1; Jr. Decorations Com. 3. 

WANDA DENISE STRICKLAND — H.S. Red 
Cross 1-2; Orange Air Council 3-4; Style 
Show 4; Volleyball 4; Girls' Concert 
Choir 3; Girls' Ensemble 2; Booster 
Club 2-3; Fresh Aid 1. 

WILLIAM E. SULLENGER— Hi-Y 1; Letter- 
men's Club 2-4; Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; 
Golf Res. 1, Var. 2-4; Ripples 3. 

SANDRA L. SUMMERS — Girls' Concert 
Choir 2-3; Girls' Ensemble 1; A Cappella 
Choir 3; Orange Aid 3-4, Council 3; 
Style Show 4; Arts Salon 1; Booster 
Club 2. 

VIRGINIA SUMNER — National Honor Soc. 
3-4; Foreigneers 3; Legion of Merit 2- 
3; Orange Aid Council 4. 

GERALDETTA THOMAS— Orange Aid 3-4, 
Council 3, Exec. Council 4; Nat. Merit 
Semi-Finalist 4; Foreigneers 2-4, Sec- 
treas. 4; Debate Soc. 2,4; Homecoming 
Queen Cand. 4; Girls' Concert Choir 2; 
A Cappella Choir 3; Rippleaires 4; Jr. 
Achievement 3-4, Pres. 3.* 

SUSAN TOTTON— 500 Marching Corps 3; 
Arlington H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1-2. 

LINDA ANN TURNER 

RICHARD H. TURNEY— Wrestling Res. 2, 
Var. 3-4; Football Fr.; Boys' Concert 
Choir 1-2; A Cappella Choir 3; Golden 
Singers 4; Musical 4; Key Club 4; Let- 
termen's Club 3-4; Legion of Merit 1-3. 

DAVID VAIL — Jr. Historical Soc. 3-4; 



Mark teaches Kim the art of canoeing. 




Chess Club 4; Explorer Post 470 3-4, 
Pres. 4. 

MICHAEL A. WALKER — National Honor 
Soc. 3-4; Band 1-4; Science Club 3-4, 
Treas. 4; Radio Hi-Fi Club 1-4, Pres. 
4; Library Club 3-4; Sound Crew 2-4; 
Legion of Merit 1-3. 

JOAN WALLACE 

MARTHA JEAN WALLACE — Jr. Achieve- 
ment 3; Archery 2-3. 

SUSAN LYNN WALTZ — Golden Singers 3- 
4; Legion of Merit 1,3; Musical 3-4; 
Arts Salon 2-3; Booster Club 2-4; Girls' 
Concert Choir 2; Jr. Achievement 3; 
Orange Aid 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Girls' En- 
semble 1.* 

THEODORE M. WEESNER — ROTC 1-4, 
Battalion Commander 4. 

LINDLEY R. WEIKERT — Library Club 1-4, 
Hist. 2, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4; ROTC 
1-4, Drill Team 2, Battalion Exec. Of- 
ficer 4; Radio Hi-Fi Club 3-4; Under- 
studies 3; Riparian Photo Staff 3-4; 
Creative Writing Club 3; Quill and Scroll 
4. 

BRIAN WILLIAM WELCH— Student Coun- 
cil 1-4; Key Club 4; Jr. Historical Soc. 
3-4; Lettermen's Club 2-4, Pres. 4; Jr. 
Class Treas.; Basketball Fr., Res. 2, 
Var. 3; Football Fr., Var. 2-4, Co-captain 
4, All-City 4, All-State 4; Legion of 
Merit 1-3; Track Var. 3-4.* 

BARBARA LEE WHARAM — GAA 2-4; Fu- 
ture Nurse's Club 2-4, Hist. 3; Booster 
Club 3-4; Girls' Concert Choir 3-4; 
Scenery Crew 4; Musical Prop Crew 
3-4; Nurses Asst. 3; Volleyball 1-4; Arts 
Salon 1-3. 

JAN CELESTE WHITE— Band 1-4; Orch. 
1-4; Baton Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Musical 
1-4; Ripples 2-3; Clef Club 2-4; Legion 
of Merit 2; Music Asst. 2. 

SUE ELIZABETH WHITE— Library Club 1- 
2; Baton Club 1-2; Volleyball 2; Arts 
Salon 1-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Library 
Asst. 2. 

LAURA WILLIAMS— Ripples 3; Riparian 
Newspaper 3-4; Jr. Invitations Com. 3; 
A Cappella Choir 3; Girls' Concert Choir 
2,4; Booster Club 4; Orange Aid 4; 
Council 4; Volleyball 4; Sr. Announce- 
ment Com. 4. 

NORMA ANN WILLIAMS — Jr. Historical 
Soc. 3-4; Quill and Scroll 4; Golden 
Singers 4; Musical 4; Legion of Merit 
3; Orange Aid Council 1-4; Style Show 
3-4; Riparian Yearbook 2-4, Ad Staff 
2-3, Sr. Co-Editor 4; Ripples 2, Pro- 
grams 3; Booster Club 1-4; Sr. An- 
nouncement Com. 4.* 

KATHY WILSON— Student Council 2-4, 
Sec. 4; Cheerleader Res. 2-3, Var. 4; 
Legion of Merit 2-3; Orange Aid 1-4, 
Style Show 3; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Decora- 
tions Com. 3; Homecoming Queen 
Cand. 4. 



VICKI W I L S N— Tri-Hi-Y 2-3; Booster 
Club 1-3; Jr. Invitations Com. 3; Orange 
Aid 1; Nurses Asst. 3; Dean's Asst. 3-4. 

TOM WINKLER — Jr. Decorations Com. 3; 
Phys. Ed. Asst. 2; Arts Salon 2. 

NANCY WITTE — GAA 1-2; Arts Salon 2-3; 
Bowling 1; Orange Aid 1,4. 

JAN WOOD — Orange Aid Exec. Council 3; 
Jr. Historical Soc. 2-4; Legion of Merit 
1-3; Booster Club 1-4; Ripples 3; Ri 
parian H.R. Agent 1-4; Girls' Ensemble 
1; Jr. Decorations Com. 3; Phys. Ed. 
Asst. 1-3; Sr. Ways and Means Com. 4. 

SUE WOOD — Golden Singers 4; Musical 4; 
Clef Club 4; Art Club 1,4; Homecoming 
Queen Cand. 4; Legion of Merit 1-2; 
Orange Aid Style Show 3; Booster Club 
1-4; Pompon Corps 4; Art Club 1-3.* 

LORI WOODARD — Office Asst. 3-4; Ware- 
ham H.S., Wareham, Mass. 1; Short- 
ridge H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 2. 

LORAINE WOOLRIDGE— Future Nurse's 
Club 2-4, Sec. -treas. 4; Girls' Concert 
Choir 4; Office Asst. 4; Medical Ex- 
plorer 3-4; North Central H.S., Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 2. 

JANET SUE WOOLEY— Jr. Decorations 
Com. Chrm. 3; Orange Aid Council 1,4. 
Ripples 2-3; Legion of Honor 1; Legion 
of Merit 2; Volleyball 1-4; 500 March 
ing Corps 1; Booster Club 1-2; Sr 
Election Com. 4. 

PHILLIP WYKES — Chartard H.S., Indian 
apolis, Ind. 1-2; Shortridge H.S., Indian 
apolis, Ind. 3. 

PON YEE— Riparian Photo Staff 3-4; 
Quill and Scroll 4; Photo Club 2-4. 

STEVEN MICHAEL YORK— Jr. Historical 
Soc. 4; Football Fr., Var. 4; Letter- 
men's Club 4; Basketball Fr.; Intramu- 
rals 2-3; Ripples 2-3; Jr. Prom Com. 3. 

ART ZAISER — Intramurals 2; Football Fr.; 
Arts Salon 2. 

LATECOMERS 

PHIL BUCK— Arts Salon 3; Brebeuf Prep. 
H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1. 

RANDY JAY LYBARGER 

STAN MALLESS — North Central H.S., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 1-3. 

WILMA MOMBERG — Office Asst. 3-4. 

JOHN LORNE NELSON— Intramurals 2; 
Jr. Prom Com. 3. 

ROSALBA PIZZI — Istituto Magistrate 
Statale, Italy 1-3. 

ROBERTA. SKINNARI 

BRIAN EDWARD TOLBERT — Library Club 
4; Jr. Achievement 4; Radio-Hi-Fi Club 
4; Carmel H.S., Carmel, Ind. 2-3; Ca- 
thedral H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 1. 

DENNIS WEISS 

KATHLEEN A. WELLS — Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Sec. 
4; Art Club 3-4; Stage Crew 4; Orange 
Aid 1-4, Style Show 3; Sr. Decorations 
Com. 4; Jr. Prom Com. 3; Ripples 2; 
Office Asst. 3. 



NEW NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS 



SENIORS Andrea Alex, Judy Barnes, 
Steve Daily, Janet Glazier, Betsy Hack, 
Margaret Hand, Nancy Johnson, Helaine 
Kane, Kris Kohls, Gary Larson, Barbie 
Leventhal, Bill McNiece, Betsy Mateer, 
Celia Osborn, Geoffrey Passo, Tom Pet- 
erson, Marsha Planck, Bliss Rea, Sandra 
Satinsky, Marilyn Shultz, David Vail, Susan 
Waltz, and Jan Wood. 

SOPHOMORES Jan Cox, Jane Donnella, 
Wanda Henson, Holly Hughes, Lisa Kel- 
ler, Susan Kleindorfer, Judy McKinley, 
Andrea McMullen, Susan Matchette, Bet- 
sy Morris, Anita Sakowitz, Marcia Scales, 
and Beth Wood. 



JUNIORS Beverly Cain, Ann Cooney, 
Sharon Davis, Julie Donnella, Aline Drew. 
Bill Easley, Peggy Fisher, Janet Fowler, 
Ron Freije, Janet Griffin, Susan Hague, 
Becky Hartsock, Phil Heidenreich, Harold 
Karabell, Lynn Keffer, Jackie Kerr. David 
King, Linda King, Larry Lett, Bruce Michel- 
son, Frances Murchie, Stephen Nelson, 
Carol Patterson, Dori Patterson, Cheryl 
Pierson, Pam Retterer, Dianne Roush, Gail 
Sherman, Nan Steck, Carol Stiles. Gary 
Swim, Charlotte Wilson, Kristen Wolfram, 
and Pam Wright. 



Seniors — 127 



Class of 1 970 
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With high hopes for the future, class offi- 
cers, David Johnson, Ann Cooney, Pam 
Retterer and Phil Whistler plan efficient 
prom committees. 




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Constance Adair, Cheryl 
Adams, Julie Adams, Emily 
Akard, Dan Alderson, Bruce 
Aldridge, Diana Alley, Ronald 
Allred, Archie Anderson. 



Silvia Aponte, Barbara Armen- 
off, Trudy Armstrong, Felesa 
Averitte, Deniece Bailey, Tola 
Bailey, Jerri Bain, Janice Bak- 
er, Debbie Balch. 



Don Barnes, Ron Barnett, 
Nancy Barnette, Steve Bar- 
ney, David Bates, Marsha Bat- 
ten, Pat B a 1 1 i s t a , Sharon 
Bauchle, Anne Baughman. 



Annette Beck, Wanda Bella- 
my, Yvonne Bellinger, Robin 
Benfield, Linda Benmour, 
George Benn, Phyllis Bentley, 
Ruby Bentley, Gene Berry. 



Jayne Berry, Judy Berry, 
Brian Blair, Linda Blanchette, 
Carolyn Bloem, Keith Blue, 
Paul Blum, Carolyn Boggs, 
Clark Bonebrake. 



Sally Booth, Kathy Bowers, 
Nancy Bowers, Deborah Bra- 
dy, Johnnye Branham, Cathy 
Brehm, Cindy Bridges, Dwight 
Brigham, Don Broaden. 



Carol Brown, Cindy Brown, 
Patricia Brown, Tom Brown, 
Wendell Brown, Debbie 
Browne, Donna Brunsma, 
Phyllis Bryant, Janine Bud- 
denbaum. 



128 — Underclass 



Juniors 



Greta Buford, Mike Burnett, 
Mike Butler, Mike Byrum, 
Beverly Cain, Karen Cain, 
Deborah Caldwell, Pamela 
Carr. Barb Castner. 



Bob Cayce, Richard Cecil, 
Rick Chatman, Jim Cheshire, 
Larry Chubb, Mary Clay, John 
Clifford, Gary Cohen, Jennie 
Cohen. 



Michael Colgan, Jenny Con- 
stable, Ann Cooney, Bill Coop- 
er, Frank Cooper, Jim Cordell, 
Ed Cornelius, Kathy Cox, Le- 
labon Crabb. 



Cecily Craft, Carol Crichlow, 
Jim Crosbie, Linda Culcla- 
sure, Margaret Curley, Cheryl 
Dalton, Donna Davis, Eliza- 
beth Davis, Kenny Davis. 



Nancy Davis, Sammy Davis 
Jr., Scott Davis, Sharon Davis, 
Debbie Day, Mary Ellen Dick, 
Julie Donnella, Nancy Doug- 
las, Kathy Downey. 



Claire Doyle, Jessie Dozier, 
Aline Drew, Angela Dube, 
Cheryl Duckworth, Jim Duck- 
worth, Carl Dudley, Debbie 
Dunham, Bill Easley. 



Rick Eichrodt, Heidi Eiken- 
berry, Billie Erby, Jim Erwin, 
Caron Esarey, Sheila Esters, 
Karen Evans, Mike Ewing, 
Greg Feeman. 



Mike Fields, Peggy Fisher, 
Bob Flack, Tim Flanagan, 
Marilyn Fleming, Janet Fow- 
ler, Kathy Fox, John Franks, 
Ron Freije. 



Tina Gerlib, James Gibson, 
Veronica Gilbert, Kenny Glov- 
er, Stanley Goldberg, Dan 
Goldstein, Mary Grannan, 
John Grant, Jennifer Gray. 



Dan Griffin, Jane Griffin, 
Janet Griffin, Steve Griffith, 
Pete Guion, Margie Hack, 
Susan Hague, Debbie Han- 
cock, Raymond Hanks. 



Karin Hansen, Debbie Hargis, 
Wayne Harper, Mike Hartley, 
Becky Hartsock, Nancy Has- 
brook, Noble Hatfield, Linda 
Havens, Anita Hawkins. 



Doreen Haynes, Mary Heaton, 
Phil Heidenreich, Rick Heil, 
Mark Heisler, Joyce Heitman, 
Chuck Henderson, Greg Hen- 
dricks, Ernestine Hill. 




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Danny Hines, Ruth Hirsch- 
berg, Barb Hoffman, Bill Hoff- 
man, Jim Hoffmann, Mitzi 
Holmes, Raymond Holt, Dave 
Honaker, Patti Hook. 



Paula Hoover, Nancy Hopper, 
Brock Howard, Frank Howard, 
Christie Hughes, Bob Hum- 
mel, Tina H u n g e t , Lucia 
Hutchison, Kent Jackson. 



John Jajuga, James Jansen, 
Sue Jenkins, Carol Johnson, 
David Johnson, Linda John- 
son, Cindy Jonas, Doug 
Jones, Jennifer Jones. 



Larry Jones, Nancy Jones, 
Beverly Kaplan, Harold Kara- 
bell, Lynn Keffer, Donald Kel- 
ly, Peggy Kercher, Jackie 
Kerr, Tom Keyler. 



Donna Keys, David King, Lin- 
da King, Tom Kirsch, Linda 
Knight, Liz Kohlstaedt, Shelly 
Kreger, Jim Krier, David Lan- 
caster. 



Charles Largent, David Law- 
son, Janice Leap, Carol Leg- 
endre, Becky LeMond, Debby 
Lenz, Larry Lett, Jerry Levin, 
Barb Levy. 



Rita Lewis, Kenneth Lither- 
land, Glenn L i 1 1 r e I I , Dave 
Locke, Dennis Locke, Richard 
Lockhart, Margaret Long, Rob- 
ert Long, Nancy Lovelace. 



Julie Loy, Joyce Luttrell, John 
Lynch, Patty Lyon, Cathy 
Madden, Craig Maddox, Nan- 
cy Markun, Betsy Marsh, Pat- 
ty Marshall. 



Cathy Martin, Jerry Mascoe, 
Jerry Massie, Daphne Mat- 
hews, Joanne Maxey, Susan 
May, Marie McBroom, Jenny 
McClure, David McConahay. 



Jack McElhiney, Samuel Mc- 
Gill, Nancy McKean, Gary 
Mermelstein, Gary Merrell, 
Bruce Michelson, Dennis Mil- 
ler, Skip Miller, lla Mitchell. 



Pam Mitchell, Mike Moline, 
Jeanette Moncrief, D e n i s e 
Moore, Linda Moore, Flo Mor- 
rison, Larry Mueller, Richard 
Mueller, Francis Murchie. 



Felicia Murphy, Karen Murray, 
John Myers, Marilyn Myers, 
Sylvia Nau, Janet Negley, 
Stephen Nelson, Steve Nel- 
son, Reed Nesbit. 



130 — Underclass 




Juniors have outside interests 
offering educational benefits 

Ancient bones, pottery, jewelry, and other artifacts allow junior archaeologists Kathy 
Downey and Nancy Surratt to glimpse into another civilization's culture while on a dig in 
Lewiston, Illinois, over summer vacation. 



Candace Norwood, Dot- 
tie Nunn, Marcia Olive, Rob- 
ert O'Neal, Andrea O'Shea, 
Donna Owen, John Owen, 
Ingrid Ozols, Bruce Pallman. 



Tom Parr, Beverly Patterson, 
Don" Patterson, Meg Patter- 
son, Rick Pennington, Marsha 
Phillips, Nancy Phillips, Greg 
Persell, Ginger Pettijohn. 



David Pierce, Cheryl Pierson, 
Terri Pipkin, Jim Poore, Mar- 
garet Popcheff, Senora Posey, 
Betsy Pottenger, Kris Proctor, 
Louis Prof eta. 



Craig Presler, Brock Purdy, 
David Raichart, Mike Ratcliff, 
Reginald Ratcliff, Robin Raub, 
Charlene Reed, Reginald 
Reed, Curtis Reeves. 



Kahla Rensberger, Pam Ret- 
terer, Debbie Rice, Denny 
Rice, Paula Ridge, Erich Riiso- 
ja, Bob Ring, Jeff Ritorto, 
John Robare. 



Paul Rodeheffer, Vera Rogers, 
Brad Rooker, Paul Rosen- 
stein, Gay Rosetta, Dianne 
Roush, Geoffrey Rudesill, Iris 
Russ, Glorisdine Russell. 



Eric Sackenheim, Paula Sag- 
er, Patty Schachter, Elsa 
Schroeder, Bill Schumacher, 
Cathy Schuster, Brenda Segal, 
Kip Sexson, Gail Sherman. 



Steve Shobe, Mark Shorter, 
Steve Shuel, Donald Sides, 
Bill Silvey, Kenneth Simms, 
Barb Skelton, Tom Shank, 
Valerie Slay. 




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"V-/-C-T-0-R-Y/ That's the junior battlecry!" — the most rousing 
cheer of the class of '70 fires up booster Francie Murchie, bugler 



Linda Standish, Libby Stan- 
ton, Nan Steck, Carol Stiles, 
Nancy Sullenger, Sue Sullen- 
ger, Susan Sullenger, Nancy 
Surratt, Gary Swim. 



Steve Swope, Joe Taylor, Dan- 
ny Terhune, Howard Thomas, 
Sheryl Thornberry, Tiny Tim, 
Mike Todd, Bruce Toler, Sher- 
ry Toler. 



Mike Toole, Anita Townsend, 
Lynn Triezenberg, Charles 
Turner, Enid Turner, Marcia 
Turner, Raymond Turner, 
Rodney Upshaw, Richard Vail. 



Carol Vaught, Susie Von- 
Gunten, Steve Wade, Marty 
Wall, J a n i s Walton, Karen 
Wampler, David Wamsley, 
Debra Weathers, Valeri Webb. 



Peggy Weber, Jim Wendling, 
Judy Werner, Kent Wheeler, 
Chris White, Ronald White, 
Phil Whistler, Toni Widmeyer, 
Debbie Wilgus. 



Ross Williams, Von Williams, 
Charlotte Wilson, Nancy Wil- 
son, Darcell Wineglass, Denise 
Wineglass, Susan Wininger, 
Johnie Wingard, Charles Wirth. 



Chris Witte, Andy Wolf, Venita 
Wood, T i s h Woolling, Bill 
Wright, Brad Wright, Gary 
Wright, Pam Wright, Bill 
Yates. 



Steve Nelson, and cheerleader Marilyn Myers to urge the Rockets 
over the goal line. 







132 — Underclass 



Sophomores, numbering 540, 
compose largest Ripple class 




Sophomore majorettes Mary Larabee, Lisa 
Keller, Judy McKinley, and Sue Christena 
display the skill which they acquired last 
summer at Smith-Walbridge camp for 
baton twirlers. 



Linda Adams, John Addison, 
Ralph Akard, Gilda Anderson, 
Debbie Andis, Gail Angrick, 
Barry Aprison, Deborah Ar- 
nold, Blair Austin. 



Linda Ayers, Sally Ayres, Bob 
Bagley, Barb Baker, Seberlia 
Baker, Chris Barney, Carl Bar- 
nett, Larry Barrett, Linda Bar- 
rington. 



Dave Barthelmes, David Bart- 
lett, Gail Bartlett, Lenore 
Bass, Rick Bateman, Steve 
Beck, Rhonda Becker, Bill 
Beckom, Joe Beckom. 



Mary Beth Belknap, Dennis 
Biggs, Mike Bishop, Steve 
Bixby, Mike Black, Faye 
Blackman, Bill Blackwood, 
Gwen Bloomhorst, Stanley 
Bonner. 



Ron Boughton, Gary Bouw- 
kamp, Bonnie Bowers, Jeff 
Bowers, Cindy Brack, Bill 
Brayton, Judy Breed love, 
Georgia Briggs, Tom Brigham. 



Debbie Brosmer, Tom Brown, 
Judith Bryant, Lottie Buch- 
anan, Sherman Bunnell, 
Agnes Burks, Jenny Burnett, 
Karen Butcher, Lee Carlyle. 





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During their after-school hours, sophomores Ann Chivington and 
Susan Peck gain personal profit by designing, painting, and 



selling distinctive wooden collar pins and key chains in various 
sizes, shapes, and styles. 



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Sue Chaddock, Barbara 
Chambers, Charlotte Cheat- 
ham, Ann Chivington, Sue 
Christena, Scott Christie, Eric 
Clay. 



Jay Cohen, Linton Coke, Judy 
Coleman, Deb Collins, Phil 
Colvin, Jim Coogan, Mark 
Cooper, Roberta Cory, Jan 
Cox. 



Yvonne Cox, Steve Cox, Janet 
Craig, Brenda Crandall, Larry 
Crawford, David Crichlow, 
Jody Cromer, Judd Cromer, 
Robin Crose. 



Debbie Cunningham, Loretta 
Dabrowski, B I e n d a Dailey, 
Gunta Daniels, Dick Darling- 
ton, Karen E. Davis, Karen L. 
Davis, Marcia Davis, Michael 
Davis. 



Debbie Deaton, Patsy DeFus- 
co, Scott Dietz, Steve Dodd, 
Jane Donnella, Wally Dortch, 
Julie Drennan, Paul Dryden, 
Paula Dube. 



Susan Duke, Debra Duncan, 
Sam Earp, Mike Eddingfield, 
Dwight Edwards, Patty Ed- 
wards, Sharon Eisinger, Dick 
Elliot, Samara Elliott. 



134 — Underclass 



Class of 71 

Joseph Ellis, Sherry Ellis, 
Kent Emswiller, Karen Es- 
tridge, Dan Evard, Linda Fal- 
lis, Sally Farmer, Lynne Faw- 
ley, Doug Ferguson. 



Steve Finney, Leslie Finucane, 
Kevin Flanagan, Gregory Ford, 
Leslie Ford, Roi Ann Foust, 
Mark Franks, Carol Franklin, 
Sheryl Franklin. 



Dave Franz, Bill Frew, Lesley 
Gamby, Larmelo Gaurano, Ro- 
nita Germany, Sally Gernert, 
Pat Gibbons, Joyce Gibson, 
Mike Gibson. 



Steven Gibson, David Gill, 
Carol Gilliam, Barbara Givens, 
Margaret G o g u I is, Joyce 
Graves, Jan Green, Jim 
Green, Penny Gribben. 



Ginny G r i s w o I d , Bobby 
Groves, Dan Groves, Mike 
Haehl, Jan Haisley, Neil Hall, 
Janette Hamm, David Ham- 
mer, Barbara Hargis. 



Rick Harless, Cynthia Har- 
mon, Ken Harmon, Mary Har- 
mon, Tim Harmon, Don Har- 
per, Christie Harrington, Bev- 
erly Harrison, Bill Harrison. 



Mark Hatfield, Wayne Haw- 
kins, Anthony Hayes, Doreen 
Haynes, Curt Hendricks, Jerry 
Hendricks, Wanda Henson, 
Jerry Herndon, Harry Hersch. 



Cheryl Higginson, James Hill, 
Marianne Hiltunen, Doug Hin- 
er, Randy Hirtzel, Scott Hoff- 
man, Bill Hogan, Rick Hogue, 
Alicia Holland. 



Toby Hood, Susan Hostetler, 
James Howard, Ruth Howard, 
Stanley Howard, Trecia How- 
ard, Mike Hoyt, Jim Huber, 
Margo Huddle. 



Holly Hughes, Richard Hume, 
Beverly Hurt, Patricia Immel, 
Don Iselin, Linda Isham, Shei- 
la Jameson, Steve Jarrett, 
Dan Jarvis. 



Carl Johantges, Lee Ann 
Johantges, Margo Johnson, 
Patricia Johnson, Sheryl John- 
son, Wanda Johnson, Carolyn 
Jones, John Jones, Pamela 
Jones. 



Rebecca Jones, Linda Jordan, 
Jim Keeler, Larry Keeling, Jer- 
ri Keller, Lisa Keller, Mike Kel- 
lett, Pam Kelly, Paula Kelly. 








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Sophomores 



Gayle Kerber, Steve Kerr, Tom 
Kieper, Harry Kinder, Carson 
King, Judy Kirby, Larry Kirsch, 
Alan Klein, Susie Kleindorfer. 



Lou Ann Koskey, Boris Kos- 
tic, Steve Lacefield, Craig Laf- 
lin, Jeanie Lambert, Karen 
Lamm, Martin Lammers, Mary 
Larabee, Jeff Laramore. 



Joyce Leap, Cheryl Lee, Holly 
Lee, Ellen Liebman, Alfrieda 
Ligon, Lois Linton, Debbie 
Liose, Kenny Lipe, Guy Locke. 



Amy Locker, Larry Logsdon, 
Claudia Lototzky, Lynn Love, 
Jim Lowe, Mike Luttrell, Dawn 
Lybarger, Rebecca Mackey, 
Eddie Macy. 



Myra Maki, Debbie Malcolm, 
Gina Mallah, Tim Marsh, Greg 
Martin, Larry Martin, Roberta 
Martin, Stanley Martin, Susan 
Matchette. 



Elizabeth McCauley, Brenda 
McClendon, Linda McClendon, 
Ben McCormick, Dorothy Mc- 
Gee, Lora McGilvrey, Larry 
McGuire, Judy McKinley, Don 
McLaughlin. 



Andrea McMullen, Liz Melton, 
Adrian Mercer, Jan Merrill, 
Burdette Meyers, James Mey- 
ers, Sheryl Miles, Debbie Mil- 
ler, Jerri Miller. 



David Mills, Keith Minnix, 
John Mohr, Karl Mohr, Martha 
Moldthan, Pat Monaghan, 
Juanita Montgomery, Hershell 
Moore, Rick Moorhead. 



Gilbert Mordoh, Rita Morey, 
Betsy Morris, Cecil Morris, 
Patty Morris, Rita Morrison, 
Gary Morse, G o g i e Mosby, 
Larry Moseley. 



Bill Moss, Jane Moss, Jean 
Mullane, Jerre Murrell, Andy 
Myers, Barry Nelson, Roy 
Nevels, Richard Newkirk, 
Mark Nicely. 



Katrina Noggle, Vicky Noller, 
Jerry Northington, Larry 
Northington, Carole Nygaard, 
Star O'Banion, Bill O'Brien, 
Frank O'Bryan, George O'Don- 
nell. 



Norman Offett, Kevin Ovelton, 
Rachel Park, Alice Parker, 
Pamela Parker, Kevin Parson, 
Cecilia Peck, Susan Peck, Hol- 
lis Peeler. 



136 — Underclass 




Talented sophs 
receive awards 
in competitions 



As Dave Tucker casually looks on, Chris 
Stewart sketches classmate Guy Locke 
with the artistic talent that enabled her 
to win a first place ribbon in the "500" 
Festival of Art. 



Dennis Perry, Greg Persell, 
Stan Peters, Bob Peterson, 
Rose Peterson, Steve Peter- 
son, Suzanne Pettet, Darrell 
Pettis, Beverly Petty. 



Judy Phillips, Sidney Poitier, 
Gary Poole, Larry Poteet, 
Kathy Powell, Charles Price, 
Cheryl Proper, Margie Pugh, 
Ivan Rader. 



Suzie Ragsdale, Melvin Rai- 
ney, Jo Redd, Charles Reed, 
Donna Reeder, Anthony Rich- 
ardson, Nancy Riordan, Deb- 
bie Robertson, Bruce Robin- 
son. 



Charles Robinson, Gerard 
Robinson, Mike Robson, Jim 
Roehrdanz, Micky Rollings, 
Tom Romine, Brad Rooker, 
Joel Rose, Beverly Rosen- 
blum. 



Helen Rowe, Janet Rowland, 
Paula Rowley, Diana Rozelle, 
Michael Ruby, Neil Rude, 
Kathy Rutland, Peggy Ryan, 
Eve Sackenheim. 



Karen Sacks, Ken Saeger, Ani- 
ta Sakowitz, Chandler Sam- 
mons, Steve Satinsky, Marcia 
Scales, Kay Schnuelle, Gret- 
chen Schulz, Cynthia Scott. 




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Jane Sellery, Susan Sexson, 
Mark Shackleford, Toni Sharp, 
Doris Sharpe, Robert Sharpe, 
Jim Shaw, Susi Shipp, Connie 
Short. 



John Siefert, Robert Slagle, 
Viji Slipais, Bonita Smith, Car- 
olyn Smith, Connie Smith, 
Mike Smith, Wanda Smith, 
Steve Sommer. 



Jo Ann Spurlock, Paul Staf- 
ford, Barb Stayton, Mark 
Stephens, Chris Stewart, Shei- 
la Stewart, John Stiles, Linda 
Stocton, Edward Stoeffler. 



Robert Storm, Samantha Stul- 
lick, Tony Suarez, Jerry Sum- 
mers, Kevin Summers, Steve 
Summitt, Ann Swanson, Deb- 
bie Swope, Yvonne Sykes. 



Conni Taylor, Dwight Taylor, 
Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Tay- 
lor, Maria Thomas, Mario 
Thomas, French Thompson, 
Steve L. Thompson, Steve M. 
Thompson. 



Ruby Timmons, Ron Tolbert, 
Gary Tope, LaDonna Totton, 
Greg Towns, Bill Tucker, Dave 
Tucker, Marlonna Turner, Deb- 
bie Tutt. 



Mary Van Deventer, Deborah 
Vaughn, Robert Vaughn, An- 
nie Waldon, Dale Walker, Mark 
Wallace, Mark Walsh, Debbie 
Waltz, Edegene Warner. 



Lynna Warner, Marcy Warner, 
Rick Warwick, Ruth Watkins, 
Charlotte Watson, Gregg 
Webb, Bonnie Webster, Rich- 
ard Weir, Christene West. 



Jeff Westfall, Debbie Wharam, 
Hubert Wheat, Cornelius 
White, Rodney White, Rex 
Whitten, Carl Williams, Cindy 
Williams, Jane Williams. 



Maggie Williams, Carol Wil- 
son, Dave Wilson, Deborah 
Wilson, Denice Wilson, John 
Wilson, Tim Wilson, Willard 
Wilson, Mary Winchell. 



Greg Windle, Ralph Winkler, 
Darn Winston, Esther Winter, 
Beth Wood, Cheryl Woodson, 
Henry Workman, Lanita 
Wright, Pam Wright. 



Chris Wykes, Cliff Wykes, Tea- 
gree York, Clark Young, Dar- 
ryl Young, David Young, John 
Young, Pam Zadenetz, Rita 
Zaiser. 



138 — Underclass 




Limited room 
restricts size 
of 1972 class 



Hit by the Halloween spirit, Fresh-Aid offi- 
cers Paula Dooley, Julie Retterer, Debbie 
Goecker, and Sarah Welch enthusiastical- 
ly carve pumpkins for the Dean of Girls' 
office. 



Scott Adair, Janet Akard, 
Sharon Akins, Jim Alsup, Pat- 
ty Altherr, Donna Andis, Kathy 
Atkins, Mark Auble, Bob Bak- 
er. 



Diane Banks, John Barker, 
Lynn Barnes, Portia Barnett, 
Sheryl Batten, Sara Bauman, 
Toni Bednarek, Karen Ben- 
mour, Joyce Berry. 



Mark Bigelow, John Black, 
Lois Blakley, Nancy Bonham, 
Theresa Bonner, Diane Bout- 
well, Jo Ellen Bouwkamp, Cin- 
dy Brehm, Lily Brigham. 



Cheryl Brocksmith, Teri 
Broerse, Clarence Brooks, 
Carol Brown, Mary Brown, Ro- 
bert Brown, Tom Bryce, Linzy 
Buchanan, Victor Buckner. 



Nancy Buczek, Dennis Bud- 
denbaum, Tim Burris, Laura 
Butcher, Vicki Butcher, Mike 
Byers, Janet Byrd, Richard 
Callan, Jim Calvert. 



Scott Calwell, Beth Carney, 
Kay Carpenter, Dorothy Car- 
ter, Philip Casey, Debbie Cay- 
lor, Marilyn Cecil, Mary Chap- 
pell, John Cheffy. 



Melvin Chestnut, Steve Clark, 
Sherri Cline, Hermine Cohen, 
Susan Cohen, Carol Coke, Da- 
vid Colbert, Steve Colgan, 
Tom Collins. 










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Undercl3ss — 139 



Freshmen work 
to develop their 
many potentials 



Toes reaching for the ceiling and arms 
outstretched, Junior Olympic Champion 
Paula Heil executes a nearly perfect re- 
verse dive in pike position. 





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Herbert Coomer, Peter Coon- 
ey, Mary Coughlin, Bobby 
Cox, Rodney Cross, Joe Csil- 
lag, Barbra Cunningham, Pam 
Cunningham, Mike Curley. 



Cris Currie, Bob Dale, Tom 
Darlington, Dennis Davis, 
John Davis, Valerie Davis, 
Dennis DeArmond, Doug De- 
Armond, Debbie Delamater. 



Vicki DeLong, Gary Dickerson, 
John Dietz, Tim Dietz, Mark 
Diggs, Danny Dishman, Ran- 
dy Dishman, Lesa Dixon, 
Steve Dodd. 



Jeff Donnella, Laurie Dono- 
hue, Danny Dooley, Paula 
Dooley, Marlene Dorfman, Su- 
san Drew, Richard Duncan, 
Bobby Edie, Linda Eggleston. 



Tony Eikenberry, Jackie Ellis, 
Randy Ellis, Dan Emerson, 
Vanessa Evans, David Ewing, 
Jeri Fawcett, Murray Feldman, 
Paul Fesenko. 



Dave Fiscus, Tom Flack, Betsy 
Foster, David Fowler, Marilee 
Fraser, Terry Frayser, Shawna 
Frazer, Rick Freije, Jamie Fry. 



140 — Underclass 



Class of 72 

Connie Fullenwider, Christy 
Gabhart, Jerome Galloway, 
Tracy Garrett, Debbie Giles, 
Angie Gioscio, Bill Gleichman, 
Debbie Goecker, Janet Gran- 
nan. 



Gary Gray, Vickey Griffin, Ju- 
lie Griswold, Ron Guerrero, 
Edward Haberstich, Jon Hall, 
Sherry Hancock, Mike Han- 
non, Kenneth Harden. 



Carol Hardesty, Charles Har- 
din, Jim Harlow, Janice Har- 
ris, Stephen Harris, Kim Hart- 
sock, Kirby Hatfield, Paula 
Heil, Joe Heisler. 



Ernest Henderson, Jerry Hen- 
dricks, Howard Henley, Tim 
Hiatt, Candy Hines, Cathy 
Hoffman, Brenda Holt, Norma 
Holt, Jerry Honaker. 



Bill Hougham, Diana Hum- 
fleet, Dave Hummel, Donna 
Hunget, Joe Hunley, Bill Hunt, 
Bruce Hutchison, Ellen Hut- 
ton, Sandra Huxley. 



Bill Ingals, Elaine Irwin, Frank 
Irwin, Debbie Isenhower, Andy 
Jackson, Kathleen Jamell, 
Nancy Jaynes, David Johnson, 
Jenny Johnson. 



Robert Johnson, Susan John- 
son, Darilyne Jones, Donna 
Jones, James Jones, Marilyne 
Jones, Ronnie Jones, Nancy 
Keffer, Deborah Kennedy. 



Steve Kennedy, Paula Kerber, 
Mark Kesling, Steve Keys, 
Roxie Kieper, Leslie King, 
Richard Kivett, Jim Klein- 
schmidt, Tibor Klopfer. 



Mark Kosene, Rudolph Kra- 
mer, Cindy LaFever, Pete Lan- 
caster, Teresa Larson, Dennis 
Lawrence, Jeff Lazar, Nancy 
Leasure, John Lee. 



Jeannette Legendre, Paul Le- 
turgez, Joanna Ligon, Mike 
L i n d e r , Cynthia Lindsey, 
Rhonda Link, Tracy Lock, Bill 
Lutholtz, James Lyons. 



Nancy MacDougall, Ronda 
Mack, Jenny Madden, Julie 
Marsh, Mitchel Mascoe, Joan 
McBride, Cindy McClure, Can- 
dance McCreary, Barb McEI- 
hiney. 



Wanda McFarland, John Mc- 
Larty, William McPeak, Steve 
Meils, Bert Meyer, Patty Mill- 
er, Randy Miller, Russell Mills, 
Debbie Mitchell. 





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Anne Moberly, David Moline, 
Jan Moore, Nancy Moore, 
Sheryl Moorman, Heather 
Morgan, Patricia Morrett, Bon- 
nie Murchie, Lynne Nelson. 

Randy Newkirk, Carl Nichols, 
Deborah Noah, Mike Noel, 
Bill Nunn, Jennie Oehrle, An- 
ita Offett, Lucy Olive, Dan 
Olsen. 



Elaine Olvey, Greg Otey, Dan- 
ny Overman, Floyd Overman, 
Kathy Owen, Jeff Parr, Herb 
Passo, Larry Passo, Richard 
Perry. 



Cynthia Phillips, Dee Dee Pip- 
kin, Eugene Pizzi, Ron Plat- 
ter, Glenda Poling, Mary Por- 
ter, Pam Poynts, Stathie 
Prattes, Orlando Prevett. 



Sandy Profeta, Sharon Pro- 
feta, Charlene Quarles, Ko- 
rema Quarles, Angela Rainey, 
Rosiland Ratcliff, Phil Redlick, 
Tim Redmond, Ed Reed. 



Tim Reed, Julie Retterer, Al- 
fred Rodgers, Kenny Rogers, 
Randall Rosebrook, Sue 
Roush, Jacquelyn Rudolph, 
Jim Russell, Nancy Sawrey. 



Yvett Saxton, Donna Schmidt, 
Linda Schmidt, Patricia 
Schnell, Carl Schumacher, 
llene Schwimer, John Scott, 
Susan Searles, Rob Sering. 



Bill Shawl, John Shaw, Susan 
Shelby, Sheila Shields, Everett 
Shobe, James Shoffner, Eju- 
anda Sides, Cheryl Simon, Mi- 
chele Simone. 



Ingrida Simsons, Ron Singer, 
Greg Smiley, Brad Smith, De- 
nise Smith, Sylvia Smith, Jeff 
Snyder, Margaret Socks, Rich- 
ard Socks. 



Terry Socks, Susan Spangler, 
Judy Spaulding, Julie Spiegel, 
Susie Stambaugh, Paul Stock- 
ton, John Strader, Cindy 
Strauss, Vicki Summers. 



Cathy Surratt, Carl Swift, Mar- 
vin Taylor, Paul Terhune, Jane 
Thatcher, Jim Thomas, Jim 
Tillett, Denise Tumey, Jeff 
Turner. 



Beth Vail, David VanBriggle, 
Jeff VanUtt, Mike VonForester, 
Rubye Waldon, Margie Wal- 
lace, Bob Walton, Julie War- 
wick, Patti Watson. 



142 — Underclass 




Underclass 
pupils prepare 
1969 Ripples 



Underclassmen, as well as seniors take 
part in the production of Ripples Acts. 
Assembling the final script for the junior 
act, "A Dime A Ding-a-ling," are the au- 
thors Janet Kleinschmidt and Linda Cul- 
clasure, and Peggy Fisher, Cheryl Pierson, 
and Ingrid Ozols. 



Michelle Weaver, Randy Wea- 
ver, Cheri Weber, Ronnie Wei- 
fenbach, Sarah Welch, Mary 
White, Paul White, Connie 
Whitman, Mindy Williams. 



Tom Williamson, Scott Willing- 
ham, Bob Wilson, Lesley 
Wirth, Kay Wolf, Nancy Wood, 
Scott Wood, Fred Woods, 
Jackie Woods. 



Patsy Woods, Theresa Woods, 
Robert Woods, Roosevelt 
Woods, Ed Wooldridge, Dan 
Wooley, Judy Wright, Mike 
Wykes, Dan Young. 



Latecomers: D e n i s e Bailey, 
Richard Bixby, Janet Brown, 
Karen Brown, Becky Burbank, 
Lois Butrum. 



Beverly Cade, George Chap- 
man, Susan Chong, Bill Craw- 
ford, Debbi Colvin, Stanley 
Copp, Margaret Cunningham, 
Debbie Ellis, Patti Fenske. 



Barbara Foster, Madonna 
Frost, Bobby Groves, Doug 
Handerson, Sheila Healy, 
Michelle Jones, Pamela Kelly, 
Steve Kerr, Alex Khoury. 



Mina Khoury, Linda King, 
Janet Kleinschmidt, Ramona 
Long, Suzy McCauley, Debra 
O'Banion, Carol Patterson, 
Richard Pederson, Rosemary 
Peterson. 



Janice Presler, Carolyn Reed, 
Norman Reel, Russel Rice, 
Elizabeth Smith, Laura Sten- 
berg, Bill Tolbert, Rubye Wal- 
den, Juanita Whitlow. 



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144 — Advertising 





Advertising 



Who hasn't suddenly developed an 
Excedrin headache #34 or a case of 
the Alka Seltzer Monday morning 
blahs? Who doesn't know about the 
special self-defense instructions en- 
closed in every bottle of Hai Karate? 
The world of advertising hits Rip- 
plites on every billboard, on every 
radio and television program, in 
every newspaper and magazine. 
And when the advertising appeals, 
young people buy. Teen buying 
power is an essential factor in deter- 
mining the success of the advertising 
and what goes on the market. 




Advertising — 145 



Security leak? 

Solve all your plumbing difficulties 
with expert service from 

WM. F. STECK CO., INC. 

4923 N. College Ave. 
255-5451 



Nan Steck, Hans Steck 




Lights, camera, action! 

Be well supplied with photo 
equipment from 

CAM -ART, INC. 

801 Broad Ripple Ave. 
251-2782 



Al Lehner, Sandy Summers 




"Sew" what? 

Men's and ladies' tailoring, 
alterations, repairs, and 
reweaving are done at 

UNITED REPAIR SERVICE 

819 Broad Ripple Ave. 
255-2223 



Barbara Wharam, Margaret Burres 




146 — Advertising 




The "cold" war. 

Conquer the cold bug with 
medication from 

BINKLEY'S PHARMACY 

5902 N. College Ave. 
255-2456 



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Dave King, Tom Peterson 




Larry Drummond, Ed Guion 



A "car"nival. . . 

excellent deals and selections on new 
and used Chevrolets at 

BILL KUHN CHEVROLET, INC. 

1045 Broad Ripple Ave. 
255-2471 




Rosalie Simon, Helaine Kane 



Going formal? 

You can look your best wearing 
the latest styles in formats from 

STENZDALE 

6214 Carrollton Ave. 
251-1203 



Advertising — 147 




On the moo-ve! 

We sell only the best Herefords. 

BEN BEEN HEREFORD FARMS 

Burrows, Indiana 
652-4671 



Blair Austin 



148 — Advertising 



The "current" trend. . . 

is to purchase top brand 
televisions and appliances from 

ACR APPLIANCE CENTER 

5215 N. College Ave. 
283-1371 



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APPLIANCE CENTER 

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Whirlpool 



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Larry Barrett 



Speed demon! 



Reading speed can be increased 10 times 
present speed with 100% improvement in 
comprehension. 

OPTIMATION 

4461 N. Keystone Ave. 
546-6162 



Advertising — 149 



Go hog wild. . . 

over the choicest 
meats from 

WM. WEBER & SONS, INC, 

Purveyors of Fine Meats 
1900 Churchman Ave. 
Beech Grove, Indiana 

787-1391 



Pat Barnes, Jack Keene, Todd Merrill 





Debbie Giles, Julie Retterer 



Creative coiffures. . . 

are our specialty. We style your hair 
any way you choose. 

TOWN & COUNTRY SALON 
OF BEAUTY 

4435 N. Keystone Ave. 
547-4808 



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Mike Kuhfeld 



A "reel" good catch! 

A wide selection of fishing equipment 
can be found at 

BROAD RIPPLE SPORTS SHOP 

1015 Westfield Blvd. 
253-6658 



150 — Advertising 




Make the Teen Scene. 

with high fashion dresses 
and sportswear from 

ABIGAIL'S 

852 Broad Ripple Ave. 
255-1428 



Chris Crockett, Jane Hudson, Debbie Passo 




Jerry Sloan, Bill Heath 



Make tracks. . . 

straight to the best 
in footcare from 

DR. A.C. REINKING 

6215 N. College Ave. 

255-4001 

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LaMont Stewart, Gary Larson, Brian Welch 



Time out. . . 



for Gatorade, the scientific thirst 
quencher. 



STOKELY-VAN CAMP, INC. 



941 N. Meridian St. 
631-2551 



Advertising — 151 



"Get smart"! 

Approved coeductional courses in 
accounting and secretarial work at 

CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE 

802 N. Meridian St. 
634-8337 



Bill Tucker 




We've hit the "heights" 

in cleaning perfection with the 
most modern methods and 
prompt service. 

MERIDIAN HEIGHTS 
CLEANERS 



4915 N. Pennsylvania St. 
283-1361 



Denita McCoy, Mrs. Edna Clark 




"To your Health"! 

Drink milk, the healthy one. 

MILK FOUNDATION OF 
INDIANAPOLIS, INC. 

50 S. Parker Ave. 
632-8345 







Jill Gallmeier, Charles Hardesty, 
Linda Lohss, Geoffrey Passo 




152 — Advertising 



Let's make a deal. . 

on a used car. Buy, sell, or trade 
with confidence at 

I. WOLF f INC. 

2701 E. Washington St. 
636-6381 



Peggy Weber, Andy Wolf, Phil Whistler 




Pep rally! 

Taste that beats the others 
cold — Pepsi pours it on. 

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING 
CO., INC. 

1030 E. New York St. 
632-3464 



Jim Oakley, Donna Jones, Cathy Peachey, 
Nancy Standish, Ervin Herman 





All systems go. . . 

effectively with gas and engine 
check from 

KELLY'S SHELL SERVICE 

5323 N. Keystone Ave. 
251-2334 



Dianne Roush, Gary Joffe 



Advertising — 153 



Wash "bored"? 

Relieve tedious wash day problems 
with service from 

A.C. DEMAREE, INC. 

5216 N. Keystone Ave. 
255-2401 



Andy Alex, Marta Pugh, Nancy Geisler 




Don't struggle! 

Have your hair professionally 
cut at 

WICKER-WILSON BARBER 
SHOP 

2370 E. 52nd St. 
255-0937 



Sam Scott, Tom Hougham 




Now you see it. . . 

perfectly with fine glasses and 
contact lenses from 

SMITH-BRIDENSTINE, INC. 

Glendale Shopping Center 
251-2217 



Dee Dee Frazin, Bill Cordell 




154 — Advertising 



The Scholarly Set. 

finds a wide selection of 
"fashion" clothes at 

L. STRAUSS & CO. 

Glendale Shopping Center 

255-6621 

41 W. Washington St. 

634-1561 

Greenwood Shopping Center 

881-6716 




Steve Daily, Dave Johnson, 
Neil Baker, Todd Sammons 



Top banana, . . 

in quality produce and 
canned goods at 

ATLAS SUPERMARKET 

720 E. 54th St. 
255-6800 



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Allen Marcus, Jerome Marcus 








Take your "Bic". . 

of the new quality Bic Clics 
from 

HOOSIER BOOK AND 
SUPPLY CO., INC. 

Most popular school pen 
(Serving school bookstores 
Since 1938) 
929 E. 23rd St. 
924-4297 



Mrs. Maxine Smith, Donna Brunsma, 
Mitzi Holmes 




Julie Isham, Susie Grills 



Purchase your hairpieces, wiglets, 
and falls for any occasion from the 
exclusive selection at 

TERRY'S OF CALIFORNIA, INC. 

906 Broad Ripple Ave. 

257-0437 

257-6188 



156 — Advertising 




The total music store! 

A wide assortment of instruments 
and organs are sold at 

WURLITZER MUSIC CO. 

114 N. Pennsylvania St. 

632-3426 

Lafayette Square Shopping Center 

293-6144 



AAadelyn Creedon, Margie Higgs, Betsy Mateer, 
Mary Jo van het Erve, Stephanie Hanika 




Mark Coogan, Joan Fenske 



That special someone, . 

deserves a spec/a/ 
corsage from 

BO-KA FLORIST 

5410 N. College Ave. 
253-2323 




Cathy Peck, Susan Peck 



All aboard! 

For fun-filled tours and 

charter service on an authentic London 

Double-Decker Bus, call 

OMNIBUS, LTD. 

3740 N. Keystone Ave. 
925-6666 



Advertising — 157 



Rain or shine! 

Your hair will be lovely in the 
style of your choice from 

AU PARASOL BEAUTY 
SALON 

6262 N. Carrollton Ave. 
255-2454 



Carol Bockoski 




It's a dirty shame. . 

to clean your clothes 
anywhere else but 

WALKER CLEANERS 

1841 E. 46th St. 
251-9481 



Dave Drummond, Ronnie Levin, Randy McMullen 



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Whistle a Happy Tune! 

Buy your favorite partytime 
meats and cheeses from 

WHISTLE STOP 

901 E. 64th St. 
251-1932 



Barbie Leventhal, Barb McClain 




158 — Advertising 



The run-around! 

Find fun and excitement on a 
Yamaha from 

DAVE'S CYCLE SHOP 

2025 E. 46th St. 
251-0711 



Mary Cornell, Tom Patron 



$& SPORTCYCLES 







Come and get it! 

Eat western style with the 
greatest steak dinner in town at 

BONANZA SIRLOIN PIT #471 

5561 N. Keystone Ave. 
255-8258 



Connie Pruitt 





Travel to the Far East. 

Dine in style with oriental 
delicacies at 

LOTUS GARDEN RESTAURANT 

4400 N. Keystone Ave. 

546-7551 

U.S. 31 at 431 in Greenwood 

881-5531 



t ) Jack Sawrey, Susan Jansen, Karhy E. Smith 



Advertising — 159 



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Do your own thing. 

with NOW fashions in 
exclusive sportswear, dresses, 
and accessories from 



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Lafayette Square Shopping Center 
293-6510 



Laurie Gustafson, Norma Williams 



Open the door. . . 

to a wide variety of door 
accessories and fixtures at 

FERRELL HARDWARE 

1055 E. 52nd St. 
283-1336 



Jim Keeler, Wally Dortch 




"Dericious . . . 

top quality cut meats and 
fresh produce at 

DEL FARM FOODS 

5940 E. 10th St. 
356-2679 



Marsha Planck, Terri Hubbard 




Advertising — 161 



Homestead! 

Find the home of your dream 
with the expert help of 

KNIGHT REALTY CO., 
REALTORS AND BUILDERS 

6055 N. College Ave. 
255-2492 



Jan Spaulding, Donna Knight, 
Mr. Harry C. Knight 




Quick as a flash! 

Get superb service for the 
cleanest car in town at 

JACK'S JIFFY CAR WASH 

5212 N. Keystone Ct. 
255-3717 



Dan Young, Mark Kosene, Bob Kenagy 



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Ma-Ma Mia! 

Get 'ze magnifico pizza, any 
kind-a you-da like-a at 

CAPRI CARRYOUT PIZZA 

2380 E. 54th St. 
253-1266 






Dave Carr, Jody Brafford, 
Diane Bauchle, John Chivington 



162 — Advertising 




Cut it! 

Haircuts by exceptionally 
good barbers at 

CERULLI BARBER SHOP 

Glendale Shopping Center 
253-0775 



Mr. Al Cerulli, Holt Hughes 




Kathy Wilson, Kim Kirch 



Surf's up! 

Stylish swimsuits and beach 
supplies are 'in" at 

KELLEHER SWIM SHOP 

3842 N. Illinois St. 
925-2600 




Karen Hiarr, Mr. Garland R. Rogers 



Through the looking glass. . . . 

you can see everything clearly, 
if your glasses are from 

PER ROY INC., DISPENSING 
OPTICIANS 

5954 N. College Ave. 
253-3477 



Advertising — 163 



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A touch of elegance. 

exquisite silver, luggage, 
and jewelry from 

KEY GIFTS, INC. 

810 Broad Ripple Ave. 
253-9017 



Sharon Davis, Cynthia Hirtzel 



164 — Advertising 



Classical Gas! 

Old car or new car — for its best 
performance buy your gasoline from 

BOB'S MARATHON 

6280 N. College Ave. 
255-0916 



Mark Stephens, Robin Crose 




Our hang up. . . 

is the lively styles in pantsuits, 
dresses, and slacks at 

CLOTHES RACK 

916 Broad Ripple Ave. 
253-8171 



Ann Swanson 







Cheaper by the dozen 

everyone can enjoy an 
inexpensive meal from 

BURGER CHEF 

62nd and Keystone Ave. 
251-3077 



Jack Moss, Bill Smith, Louis Schlegel, 

Kate Mullane, Julie Houk, Betsy Hack, 

Bev Stein, John Merrill, Wanda Hall 




Advertising — 165 




The land mark-et 



in your future. 
Remember 



BLAKE & YOUNG CO., REALTORS 



3902 N. Keystone Ave. 
253-5285 



Lenni Cartwright, Susie Basler, Libby Blake 




Alice in "Wonderlin" 

found the perfect picture frame at 

WONDERLIN GALLERIES 

115 E. 49th St. 
283-8400 



Sue Wood, Ron AAikulla 
John Malin, Nancy Wood 




Julie Belton, Jim Olsen 



Wouldn't It Be Loverly? 

For the finest in expert interior 
decorating and supplies contact 

Mcdonald interiors 

5335 N. Tacoma Ave. 
255-1151 



166 — Advertising 



Do it "write". . . 

with quality printing backed by 
generations of experience at 

MORRIS PRINTING CO. 

1502 N. College Ave. 
639-5553 



Sally Morris, Mimi Morris, Dan Morris, 
Betsy Morris, Patty Morris 




In reality. . . 

finding your dream house can 
be made easier with the help of 

SLAY CO. REAL ESTATE 

4143 N. Graceland Ave. 
283-8364 



Andrea Ball, Keith Blue, Valerie Slay 




Any 'type" you need. . . 

of portable or standard office 
typewriter may be purchased and 
repaired at 

SUBURBAN OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

2136 E. 52nd St. 
253-4281 



Michele Mark, Terri Clauer 




Advertising — 167 



A really big "shoe"! 

For any size or style of famous 
brand-named shoes, hurry to 

CHARLES PATTERSON SHOES 

126 N. Pennsylvania St. 
631-9650 



Becky Hartsock, Carol Patterson 





Denese Goecker, Kathy Lee 



That's the breaks! 

All types of paint jobs and bodywork 
on your car is done with the 
professional touch at 

AUTO SPECIALISTS, INC. 

829 Broad Ripple Ave. 
255-4166 




Gary Hetherington, Sfeve York 



Don't monkey around! 

Buy everything in 
hardware goods from 

HANDY HARDWARE CO. 

6327 Guilford Ave. 
255-8200 



168 — Advertising 




Name your game. . . 

track down the best 
in sporting goods at 

EM-ROE SPORTING GOODS 
CO., INC. 

209 W. Washington St. 
634-3446 



Bris Emswiller, Larry Schachter 




John Burtnett 



It's in the bag. . . 

me meats, produce, fresh 
ruit, and canned goods from 

RICHARD'S MARKET BASKET 

2350 E. 52nd St. 
251-9263 




Paint the town! 

Painting and decorating at its 
finest is done by 

SMITHA PAINTING AND 
DECORATING 

5840 N. Central Ave. 
251-7242 



Hudson Cooney, Mike Smitho, 
Bill Silvey, Tom Redmond 



Advertising — 169 




Honest engine . . . 

you'll receive honest and 
courteous service from 

SULLY'S STANDARD SERVICE 

1150 E. 46th St. 
251-4653 







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Nancy Sullenger, Bill Sullenger, 
Susan Sullenger 




We build for the future . . . 

of Broad Ripple High School. 
Excellence in planning and 
construction is a specialty of 

A.B. COCHRAN & SON, INC. 

2721 N. Emerson Ave. 
547-5571 



KarRen Hook, Diane Dooley, Reggie Cross 



170 — Advertising 




In years to come. . . 



Dori Patterson, Beth Carney, 
Becky LeMond, Janet Negley 



remember your friends 
with school portraits from 

ROOT PHOTOGRAPHERS 

1131 W.Sheridan Rd. 

Chicago 

761-5500 



Advertising — 171 




Night and day! 

We are open around-the-clock 
for your personal service. 

WILLIAMSON GLENDALE SHELL 

6201 N. Keystone Ave. 
251-2100 



Tom Williamson 




Mr. R. H. Wharam, Debbie Wharam 



the experts will help you expand 
and improve your home. 

WHARAM CONSTRUCTION 

3621 Watson Rd. 
925-0018 




Harold Karabell, Doug Jones 



"Fowl" Play! 

Have a feast! Deliciously fried 
chicken from 

CHICKEN DELIGHT # 1 

916 Westfield Blvd. 
255-5488 



172 — Advertising 



The crowning touch 

of a day is having sundaes or 
milkshakes fit for royalty at 

DAIRY QUEEN 

2104 East 52nd St. 
253-3544 



Vicki Wilson, Ron White, Ted Weesner, 
Curt Chapman 




Hot dog! 

The best in franks 

and root beer are found at 

FARRAR'S DOG 'N SUDS 

2306 Lafayette Rd. 
Across from Ayr-Way West 
635-2776 



Mike Stanfill, Bill Smith, 
Richard Farrar, Al Baumgart 




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Need elbow room? 

Expand your home with 
an addition constructed by 

TIMBER LANE 
CONSTRUCTION CO. 

5516 N. College Ave. 
253-2329 



Bob Ring 




Advertising — 173 



Purrr-fect service . . . 

at the station that puts 
a tiger in your tank. 

SHEPHERD'S ENCO SERVICE 

2361 Broad Ripple Ave. 
255-7668 



Ron Budd 




Can-Can! 

The drink that quenches your 
thirst with the taste that you 
never get tired of. 



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MO. U.S. PAT. OFF. 



5000 W. 25th St. 
243-3771 



Nancy Johnson, Charles Rudesill, Mary Simon, 
Larry Lett, Alicia Hill, Jeff Stevens 





Live it up . . . 

at the pool or clubhouse or just relax 
in your elegant apartment at 

PARK NORMANDIE 
APARTMENTS 

5018 LeMans Dr. 
253-2771 



John Shaw, Susan Totton, Jim Green, 
Donna Totton, Jan Green 



174 — Advertising 



"Show" down! 

Go west to Indiana's finest 
and friendliest drive-in. 

WESTLAKE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 

Route 465 and W. 10th St. 
424-1632 



Robbie Sachs, Laurie Macdonald, Barb Baker, 
Paula Hoover, Cindy Brown 





Marilyn Shultz, Susie Burns 



Sitting pretty . . . 

in comfortable and durable 
office furniture from 

INDIANAPOLIS STORE FIXTURES 

329 W. Washington St. 
634-2344 




Harold Lumsey, John Hearn 



Home hunting? 

Let us help. As experienced hunters 
we find what you want at the right price. 

LUMSEY REALTY COMPANY 

4730 N. Capitol Ave. 
255-1858 



Advertising — 175 




The working game! 

Learn the skills of 
successful businessmen at 

PORTER COLLEGE, INC. 

481 Monument Circle 
639-2505 




Laura Williams, Mark MacLucas 




Ken Doerr, Margaret Estridge, Mr. John Land, 
Joe Dietz, Marsha Dimmich 



Your "sole" pharmacy . . . 

meets all your prescription needs. 

McSOLEY PHARMACY 

6221 Allisonville Rd. 
255-2419 




Kimberly Campbell, Sally Campbell 



Get the r M oil" treatment . . . 

from the company who cares about 
the petroleum products you use. 

CAMPBELL OIL CO., INC. 

2003 Madison Ave. 
784-4434 



176 — Advertising 



Down memory lane 

You will treasure your high school 
years with superior yearbooks 

from 

NEWSFOTO PUBLISHING CO. 

Box 40127 

Indianapolis 

251-1000 




Marcia Miles, Mr. Dick Kennard, 
Carol Gavin, Joan Engert 



Index 



ABIGAILS. . .151 

ACR APPLIANCE CENTER ... 149 

Cheryl Adams. . .57 

Julie Adams. . . 11, 58 

Administration . . .100-101 

Ad Salesmen ... 71 

AFS Students . . . 26-27 

Andy Alex. . .49, 51, 56, 67, 154 

Diana Alley. . .55 

Ron Allred. . .65, 88, 90-91 

Mr. Ed Ames. .112 

Gilda Anderson. . .52 

Silvia Aponte. . .50 

Art Club ... 63 

Art Dept 38-39 

Jeanne Ashby. . .58, 60-61 
ATLAS SUPERMARKET. . .156 
AU PARASOL BEAUTY SALON ... 158 
Blair Austin . . .46-47, 66, 148 

AUTO SPECIALISTS, INC 168 

Felesa Averitte ... 52 



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Barbie Bailey. . .96 

Tina Bailey. . .96 

Tola Bailey. . .57 

Jerri Bain. . .52 

Mr. Frank Baird. . .75 

Barb Baker. . .175 

Janice Baker. . .58 

Neil Baker. . .28, 44, 46-49, 51-52, 57, 

66, 94, 115, 155 
Andrea Ball . . . 167 
Band. . .57 
John Barker. . .92 
Judy Barnes. . .20, 25, 29, 47, 49, 65, 

71 
Mrs. Kathryn Barnes. . .63 
Pat Barnes. . .46, 48-49, 52, 57, 90, 150 
Larry Barrett. . .149 
Dave Bartlett. . .74, 82, 91 
Baseball . . . 74-75 
Basketball. . .90-93 
Susie Basler. . .48-49, 67, 166 
Rick Bateman. . .59 
David Bates. . .57 
Marsha Batten. . .50 
Pat Battista ... 85 
Diane Bauchle. . .49, 162 
Sharon Bauchle. . .49, 67 
Anne Baughman. . .3, 54-55, 61, 69 
Laura Bauman. . .58, 64 
Al Baumgart. . .46, 94-95, 173 
Joe Beckom. . .31 
Julie Belton. . .48-49, 71, 166 
BEN BEEN HEREFORD FARMS. . .148 
Karen Benmour. . .52 
Linda Benmour. . .52 
George Benn ... 13, 22, 52, 54-55 
Ruby Bentley. . .50, 52, 58, 64 
BINKLEY'S PHARMACY. . .147 
Mike Bishop. . .59 
Beth Bivens. . .58, 182 
Rick Bixby. . .57, 78 
Steve Bixby. . .57, 59, 65, 78-79, 82 
Mike Black. . .59 
Brian Blair. . .6, 46, 48 
Libby Blake. . . 12, 49, 58, 60, 71, 124, 

166, 178 
BLAKE & YOUNG CO., REALTORS. . . 166 
Linda Blanchette. . .37 
Carolyn Bloem. . .49 
Keith Blue. . .167 
BOB'S MARATHON. . .165 
Carol Bockoski. . .48-49, 158 



BO-KA FLORIST. . .157 

Mrs. Carol Bolton. . .50 

BONANZA SIRLOIN PIT #471 ... 159 

Theresa Bonner. . .63 

Booster Club. . .64, 72 

Sally Booth. . .66 

Mrs. Virginia Bowers. . . 105 

Boys' State. . .29 

Patti Brack. . .61, 67 

Jody Brafford . . .20, 29, 47-49, 65, 97, 

108, 162 
Georgia Briggs. . .52 
Dwight Brigham. . .77 
Miss Doris Brinkman. . .104 
BROAD RIPPLE SPORTS SHOP. . . 150 
Cheryl Brocksmith ... 57 
Bob Brown ... 86, 92 
Cindy Brown . . . 175 
Mr. Robert Brown. . .65 
Tom Brown. . .85, 88 
Wendell Brown. . .65 
Debbie Browne. . .58 
Donna Brunsma. . .58, 68, 156 
Phil Buck. . .21 
Debbie Buckner. . .60, 63 
Ron Budd. . .60, 174 
Janine Buddenbaum. . .66 
BURGER CHEF. . .165 
Susie Burns. . .4, 64,-65, 71, 175 
Margaret Burres. . .34, 62, 64, 146 
John Burnett. . . 169 
Business Education Dept. . . . 40-41 



Bev Cain . . . 56-57, 64 

Karen Cain. . .50, 57 

Scott Calwell. . .86, 88 

CAM-ART, INC.. . .146 

Kimberly Campbell . . . 176 

Sally Jo Campbell. . .58, 65, 176, 182 

CAMPBELL OIL CO., INC 176 

Doug Canull. . .77 

CAPRI CARRY OUT PIZZA. . . 162 

Jeff Caresky. . .59 

Gary Carlson . . .28, 46, 49, 60, 88 

Mary Carnell ... 19, 47, 49, 64, 159 

Beth Carney. . .69, 171 

Dave Carr. . . 14, 29, 46, 49, 52, 55, 60, 

71, 162 
Sue Carr. . . 16 



Courtney Carter. . .49,70 

Lennie Cartwright. . .24, 48-49, 71, 166 

CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE. . . 152 

CERULLI BARBER SHOP. . .163 

Mr. Al Cerulli. . .163 

Sue Chaddock. . .56 

Circulation and Business Staff. . .67 

Curt Chapman. . . 173 

Rick Chatman. . .55,85,90 

Charlotte Cheatham. . .58 

Cheerleaders . . . 96-97 

John Cheffy. . .34,100 

Melvin Chestnut. . .57 

CHICKEN DELIGHT #1 . . . 172 

Ann Chivington. . .47, 134 

John Chivington ... 15, 46, 94, 162 

Sue Christena . . .52, 56-57, 133 

Scott Christie. . .57 

Barbara Clark. . .58 

Mrs. Edna Clark. . .152 

Mr. Virgel L. Clark. . .31 

Terri Clauer. . .63, 67 

Clef Club ... 52 

John Clifford ... 59 

CLOTHES RACK. . .165 

COCA-COLA CO. . . .174 

A. B. COCHRAN & SON, INC 170 

Gary Cohen ... 16, 45 

Jay Cohen . . .46-47, 49, 59, 82 

Jennie Cohen. . .58 

Linton Coke. . .88 

Judy Coleman. . .62-63 

Mr. Ronald Colgwitt. . .41 

Carol Collins. . .34 

Mark Coogan. . . 157 

Cooks. . .105 

Ann Cooney. . .47, 49, 128 

John Hudson Cooney. . .24, 27, 46-47, 

49, 52, 65, 77, 82, 169 
Peter Cooney ... 82 
Bill Cooper. . .43, 46, 48-49, 68 
Frank Cooper. . 85 

Bill Cordell. . .46, 49, 51, 108, 112, 154 
Jim Cordell. . .69 
Glenn Corlett. . .55 
Patricia Cornwell ... 50, 62 
Bob Cox. . .92 
Jan Cox. . .67 
Kathy Cox. . .12, 63-64 
Norma Cox. . .58 
Dr. Charles Crawford. . .36 
Madelyn Creedon. . .27, 52, 55, 71, 157 
Richard Creedon. . .27 



John Merrill, Libby Blake, and Ron Platter star in "Teahouse of the August Moon." 



178— Index 




Chris Crockett. . .49, 51, 70, 151 

Jenny Cronin ... 58 

Jim Crosbie. . .65 

Robin Crose. . .71, 165 

Reginald Cross. . .65, 77, 90, 93, 170 



Steve Daily. . .28, 44, 46, 49, 51, 70, 

121, 155 
DAIRY QUEEN. . .171 
Bill Dale. . .37 
Cheryl Dalton. . .56 
D.A.R. Good Citizen. . .29 
DAVE'S CYCLE SHOP. .159 
Elizabeth Davis. . .63 
John Davis. . .86, 92 
Kenneth Davis. . . 57 
Sharon Davis. . .49, 68, 71, 164 
Mrs. Marilyn Dearing. . .106 
Debate Society ... 50 
Mr. Wallace Decker. . .57 
DEL FARM FOODS. . .161 
Dan Delinger. . .80-81 
A. C. DEMAREE, INC.. . .154 
Joe Dietz. . 29, 49-50, 176 
Scott Dietz ... 85 
Marsha Dimmich. . .176 
Steve Dodd ... 74 
Ken Doerr. 65, 78, 176 
Mrs. Lucille Dombrow. . .102 
Paula Dooley. . .139 
Diane Dooley. . .67, 170 
DOROTHY'S. . .160 
Wally Dortch ... 161 



A rainy day in Indy town casts a gloomy 
light over the parking lot. 




Mr. Earl Dosey. . .77, 85 

Dr. Richard Dowell . . .62 

Kathy Downey. . .45, 52, 54-55, 131 

Jessie Dozier. . .63 

Aline Drew. . .49, 70 

Drum Major. . .57 

Dave Drummond. . .158 

Larry Drummond. . .85,147 

Ellen Dryden. . .48 

Paul Dryden. . .46, 49, 82 

Angie Dube. . .56 

Cheryl Duckworth ... 52, 54-55 

Jim Duckworth. . .65, 77, 82 

Bruce Dudley. . .91 



Sam Earp. . . 15 

Bill Easley. . .49, 55, 63 

Robert Edie. . .52 

Kent Eggleston ... 55, 77 

Bill Egger. . .52, 57, 94 

Randy Ellis. . .86 

Dan Emerson. . .57, 86 

EM-ROE SPORTING GOODS 

CO., INC.. . 169 
Bris Emswiller. . . 169 
Kent Emswiller. . .77,82 
Joan Engert. . .48-49, 51, 69, 177, 184 
English Dept. ... 32, 33 
Dave Enright. . .81, 85, 88 
Mary Jo van het Erve ... 15, 26-27, 47, 

49, 55, 66, 157 
Jim Erwin. . .46, 85, 91 
Margaret Estridge. . .176 
Bob Evard .77 
Dan Evard. . .46, 59 
Mrs. Rosalind Ewing. . .101, 106 
Exercise In Knowledge ... 44 



Faculty. .102-104 

Richard Farrar. .71, 78, 94, 173 

FARRAR'S DOG 'N SUDS. 173 

Greg Feeman. . .51-52, 70, 74, 181 

Joan Fenske. . 37, 157 

FERRELL HARDWARE. . .161 

Mike Fields. . .74 

Peggy Fisher. . .58, 70, 143 

Marilyn Fleming. . .58 

Football . . . 84-87 

Football Jamboree Queen. .116 

Foreigneers ... 50 

David Fowler. . .57 

Janet Fowler. . .52, 58 



Kathy Fox 
Lynn Fraser 



39, 52, 55, 64 
55 



47-49, 52, 56, 58, 



Shawna Frazer . . 52 
Dee Dee Frazin .20, 

67, 71, 154 
Rick Freije. . 92 
Fresh Aid .139 
Freshman. 139-143 
Bill Frew. 52, 57 
Future Nurses . .62 



Mr. Dan Gallagher. . 85, 92 

Jim Gallmeier. 14, 49, 68, 152 

Jerry Galloway. . .57 

Lesley Gamby . . 58 

Carol Gavin. 48, 51, 69, 177, 184 

Nancy Geisler. . .48-49, 51, 56, 68, 71, 

154 
Ronita Germany. . 63 
Sally Gernert. .67 
Anne Gilchrist. . 52, 58-59, 144 
Debbie Giles. . 150 
Girls' Athletic Association . . .64 
Girls' Concert Choir. . .58 
Girls' Sate. 29 
Janet Glazier. . 58 
Tom Glazier. . .33, 59, 65, 77, 85 



.65, 139 

.5, 49, 168, 182 
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59, 78, 85 
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174 
174 

. .80-81 

.48-49, 58, 65, 96 
.47, 58, 64-65, 70 
.51, 67 



87 



Debbie Goecker 
Denese Goecker 
Go/den Singers . 
Dan Goldstein . 
Golf. . .78-79 
Matt Gotshall. .49 
Miss Jane Graham . 
Melissa Graham 
John Grant. . 
Jan Green . . 
Jim Green . . 
Pete Greider. 
Jane Griffin . 
Janet Griffin . 
Mrs. Ruth Marie Griggs. 
Susie Grills. . .47, 156 
Ron Guerrero. . 86 
Ed Guion. . 46, 52, 57, 61, 65, 88 
Laurie Gustafson. . .17, 26, 47-48, 
64, 68 



51, 



H 



Betsy Hack. . .29, 165 
Susan Hague. . .61,70 
Wanda Hall. . .165 
Dave Ham .59 




A canoe-laden convertible proves an awkward picture prop for Norma Williams, 
Vaught, and Mark MacLucas. 



Carol 



Index— 179 




Model Marilyn Shultz sports current styles 
in the Orange Aid style show. 



Debbie Hamilton. . .25 

Dave Hammer. . .57, 59, 85, 88 

Mr. Dale Hamner. . .36 

Debbie Hancock. . .58 

Doug Handerson. . .66 

Stephanie Hanika. . .48-49, 157 

Raymond Hanks. . .85 

Karin Hansen. . .52 

Charles Hardesty. . .51, 55, 71, 152 

Charles Hardin. . .92 

John Hardin. . .65, 90, 93 

HANDY HARDWARE. . .168 

Debbie Hargis. . .52-53, 60 

Allen Harmon. . .28, 34, 48, 49 

Tim Harmon. . .77 

Wayne Harper. . .65, 75, 90 

Christy Harrington. . .63 

Steve Harris. . .57 

Becky Hartsock. . .168 

Noble Hatfield ... 59 

Linda Havens ... 56 

Gail Healy. . .49, 58, 60-62 

John Hearn. . . 175 

Bill Heath. . .49,151 

Mary Heaton. . .52 

Jamie Heidenreich. . .39, 52, 54-55 

Paula Heil. . .140 

Bob Helbert. . .65, 78 

Curt Hendricks. . .85 

Howard Henley. . .57 

Ervin Herman. . .59, 65, 153 

Gary Hetherington . . . 168 

Karen Hiatt. . .163 

Margie Higgs. . . 157 

Alicia Hill. . .47-48, 51, 67, 174 

Lori Hilliard. . .62 

Tom Hinesley. . .49, 66 

Cynthia Hirtzel. . .7, 29, 48-49, 51, 70, 

164 
Randy Hirtzel. . .36, 49 
H/-Y ... 61 

Jim Hoffmann. . .52, 57, 65, 88 
Bill Hogan. . .49, 66 
Alicia Holland. . .50, 52-53 
Debbie Holman. . .39, 52 
Mitzi Holmes. . .68, 156 
Ray Holt. . .85 
Homecoming. . .20-21 



Home Economics Club ... 63 
Home Economics Dept. . . .40 
Dave Honaker. . .57 
Sandy Hood ... 15, 52, 55, 62 
KarRen Hook. . .170 
HOOSIER BOOK AND SUPPLY 

CO., INC. . .156 
Paula Hoover. . .175 
Nancy Hopper. . .49, 52, 56, 58, 67 
Mr. Robert Hougham. . .107 
Mrs. Robert Hougham. . .107 
Tom Hougham. . .46, 48-49, 59, 74, 85, 

154 
Julie Houk. . .20, 47-49, 55, 65, 97, 165 
Ed House. . .15, 49, 55, 60 
Jim Howard . . .88 
Stan Howard. . .10 
Terri Hubbard. . .58, 161 
Jane Hudson. . .51, 67, 151 
Christie Hughes. . .48-49, 55, 66 
Holly Hughes. . .47, 49, 69 
Holt Hughes. . .163 
Bob Hummel. . .59, 74 
Mrs. Edith Humphrey. . .50 
Tina Hunget. . .63 
Lucia Hutchison. . .58 



INDIANAPOLIS STORE FIXTURES. . .175 

Industrial Arts Dept. ... 40, 41 

Intramurals. . .94-97 

Don Iselin. . .42 

Dave Isenhower. . .77, 88 

Julie Isham. . .2, 17, 67, 97, 156 

Linda Isham . . .49 

IU Honors. . .28 



JACK'S JIFFY CAR WASH ... 162 

Andy Jackson ... 66, 86, 88 

Kent Jackson. . .59 

Mr. Warren Jackson. . .46 

Dick Jacobs ... 70 

Sally Jamison. . .49 

Jim Jansen. . .46, 52, 54-55, 60 

Susan Jansen. . .35, 55, 159 

Gary Joffe. . .153 

Lee Anne Johantges. . .56 

Dave Johnson . . .6, 32, 44, 46-49, 128, 

155 
Nancy Johnson. . .174 
Sylvia Johnson. . .64 
Carolyn Jones. . .64, 66 
Darilyne Jones. . .52, 57 
Denise Jones. . .40 
Donna Jones. . . 153 
Doug Jones ... 19, 49, 59, 65, 69, 172 
Jennifer Jones. . .50 
Larry Jones. . .65, 88 
Marilyne Jones. . .52, 57 
Junior Class Officers . . . 128 
Junior Historical Society. . .48-49 
Juniors . . . 128-132 



K 



Janis Kaellner. . .58, 63 

Helaine Kane. . .24, 58, 147 

Beverly Kaplan. . .62 

Harold Karabell. . .68, 172 

Tim Kaufman. . .22, 52, 54-55 

Jean Kavich. . .7, 51, 70 

Cynthia Hirtzel. . .7, 29, 48-49, 51, 70, 

164 
Jim Keeler. . .161 
Larry Keeling. . .38, 55, 57 
Jack Keene. . .46, 49, 59, 65, 88, 94, 150 
Lynn Keffer. . .56, 58, 64, 69 
KELLEHER SWIM SHOP. . .163 
Lisa Keller. . .56-58, 133 
Don Kelly. . .85 



KELLY'S SHELL SERVICE. . .153 

Bob Kenagy. . .65, 90, 162 

Mr. Dick Kennard. . .177 

Dave Kercheval. . .77 

Jackie Kerr. . .64, 97 

Lynda Kesler. . .63 

Key Club. . .46 

KEY GIFTS, INC.. . .164 

Sandy Kimble. . .13, 39, 52, 55 

Dave King. . .46, 59, 65, 75, 147 

Leslie King. . .65 

Linda King. . .52, 54-55, 65, 67, 70 

Kim Kirch. . .33, 48-49, 96-97, 127, 163 

Connie Kleindorfer. . .35, 48-49, 55 

Susie Kleindorfer. . .49 

Janet Kleinschmidt. . . 16, 48, 66, 96, 143 

Jim Kleinschmidt. . .86, 88 

Mrs. Christine Knadler. . .102 

KNIGHT REALTY CO.. . .162 

Tibor Klopfer. . .52 

Donna Knight. . .162 

Mr. Harry C. Knight. . .162 

Mr. Pat Koers. . .85 

Liz Kohlstaedt. . .48, 64, 66 

Mark Kosene 82, 92, 162 

Boris Kostie ... 52 

Mike Kuhfeld. . .65, 73, 80-81, 150 

BILL KUHN CHEVROLET, INC.. . .147 

Kathy Kreutzfeld ... 61 



Craig Laflin. . .59, 66 

Missy Lambertus. . .118 

Karen Lamm. . .58-59 

Martin Lammers. . .70, 85 

Lave Lancaster. . .46 

Mr. John Land. . .176 

Mary Larabee. . .52, 56-57, 133 

Gary Larson. . .20, 33, 49, 65, 84-85, 

90, 151 
Dave Lautner. . .65, 75, 85, 94 
Dave Lawson . . . 48, 49 
Jeff Lazer. . .82 
Joyce Leap. . .64 
Bob Lee . . . 86 
John Lee. . .86, 88 
Kathy Lee. . .58, 65, 71, 111, 168 
Carole Legendre. . .58 
Al Lehner. . .51, 61, 70, 146 
Becky LeMond ... 18, 49, 69, 171 
Larry Lett. . .46, 65, 81, 174 
Lettermen's Club. . .65 
Barbie Leventhal. . .49, 158 
Ronnie Levin . . . 158 
Barb Levy. . .48, 50, 52, 57, 62-64 
Neal Levy. . .74-75 
Library Club ... 60 
Clyde Lieberman. . .46-49, 71, 75 
Rhonda Link. . .57 
Lois Linton. . .63 

Tom Linton . . .49, 52, 57, 71, 88-89, 94 
Ken Litherland. . .88-89 
Joyce Littrell. . .58 
Dave Locke ... 57, 59 
Guy Locke. . .137 
Connie Loftiss. . . 11 
Linda Lohss. . .7, 63, 66, 152 
Rosalind Long. . .58 
Claudia Lototsky. . .66 
LOTUS GARDEN RESTAURANT. . .159 
Jim Lowe. . .70, 75 
Barbara Love. . .64 
Julie Loy . . .58 
Mr. Robert Ludlow. . .106 
Mayor Richard Lugar. . .25, 112 
Harold Lumsey. . .175 
LUMSEY REALTY COMPANY. . . 175 
Dawn Lybarger. . .36 
John Lynch. . .65, 77, 94 



M 



Laurie Macdonald. . .175 
Mark MacLucas. . .6, 22-23, 46-49, 54-55, 
81, 108, 127, 176 



180 — Index 




National Thespians . 60 

Sylvia Nau 52 

Janet Negley. 47-49, 56, 58, 68, 171 

Steve Nelson. 66, 132 

Reed Nesbit. .23, 55 

Paul Newman .10 

News Bureau . 70 

NEWSFOTO PUBLISHING CO. 178 

Margie Newton . .52, 55-56, 60 

Bill Nunn. . .57 



Jim Oakley. . 55, 153 

Starr O'Banion. . .58 

Nancy O'Brien .49 

Marcia Olive. . .23, 52, 54, 55, 70 

Dan Olsen. . .92 

Jim Olsen . . . 166 

Elaine Olvey . . .65 

OMNIBUS, LTD.. . .157 

OPTIMATION. 149 

Orange Aid. . .47 

Orchestra. . .52, 53 

Ed O'Rear. . .52, 57, 61 

Celia Osborn. . .28 

Deidre O'Shea. . .52 

Greg Otey. . .92 

Kevin Ovelton . . .85 

Floyd Overman .88 

John Owen. . .6, 46, 49, 60 

Kathy Owen .57 

Mr. Max Owens . . . 105 

Ingrid Ozols. . .36, 48, 49, 143 



A snowy emergency forces Marcia Scales and Jane Sellery to push Greg Feeman's "bug." 



Craig Maddox. . .57 

Madrigals ... 54 

Mr. Albert Mahin. . .48, 65, 101 

Myra Maki ... 52 

John Malin. . . 166 

Stan Malless. . .81 

Allen Marcus. . .52, 156 

Jerome Marcus. . .52, 156 

Michele Mark. . .51, 67, 167 

Mrs. Alice Marsh. . .102 

Betsy Marsh. . .47, 145 

Tim Marsh. . .57, 59 

Daryl Mason. . .49, 90-91 

Jerry Massie. . .85, 91 

Betsy Mateer. . .22-23, 39, 49, 52, 55, 

157 
Mathematics Dept. ... 36 
Maxwell Yogi of Hoosierland ... 57, 182 
Barb McClain . . .68, 144, 158 
Ben McCormick. . .46-47, 65, 70, 88 
Denita McCoy. . .52, 55, 152 
M/Sgt. James McDaniel. . .11 

Mcdonald interiors. . .166 

Jack McElhiney. . .65, 75, 85 

Larry McGuire. . .94 

Nancy McKean. . .67 

Judy McKinley. . .52, 57, 133 

John McLarty. . .67, 65, 92 

Don McLaughlin. . .62 

Randy McMullen. . .158 

Bill McNiece. . .49-50 

McSOLEY PHARMACY. . .176 

Rick Meils. . .76-77 

Steve Meils. . .86, 88 

MERIDIAN HEIGHTS CLEANERS. . .152 

Sandy Merrell. . .62 

John Merrill. . .32, 54-55, 57, 165, 178 

Todd Merrill. . .24, 48-50, 55, 60, 150 

Marcia Miles. . .20, 47, 49-51, 64, 69, 

108, 177 
Mark Miles. . .74 
MILK FOUNDATION OF 

INDIANAPOLIS, INC.. . .152 
Dennis Miller. . .59 
Randy Miller. . .92 
Rusty Miller 49 



Skip Miller. . .59 

Doug Millikan. . .80-81 

Ron Mikulla. . . 166 

Military Ball Queen ... 25 

Mr. George Mingle. . .77, 82 

Larry Minnix. . .29, 46 

Miss and Mr. Riparian ... 20 

Scott Mitchell ... 75 

John Mohr. . .57, 61 

Karl Mohr. . .57, 61 

Gregg Monroe. . . 11 

Juanita Montgomery. . .62 

Denise Moore. . .56 

Richard Moorhead. . .85, 88 

Betsy Morris. . .67, 167 

Dan Morris. . .19, 46, 49-51, 66, 167 

Mimi Morris. . .50-51, 60, 167 

Patty Morris. . .68, 168 

Sally Morris. . .51, 68, 167 

MORRIS PRINTING COMPANY. . .167 

Flo Morrison ... 58 

Gary Morse. . .42 

Monica Mosby. . .8, 56 

Marsha Moseley. . .52 

Jack Moss. . . 165 

Mrs. Barbara Mueller. . .52 

Kevin Mueller. . .55 

Don Muir. . .28 

Jean Mullane. . .65 

Kate Mullane. . .20-21, 47-48, 65, 68, 

71, 165 
Bonnie Murchie. . .67 
Fran Murchie. . .35, 49, 58, 132 
Mr. J. Fred Murphy. . .100 
Karen Murray ... 58 
Music Dept. . .38-39 
Musical. . .22-23 
Marilyn Myers. . .47-48, 97, 132 
John Myers. . .52, 55 



N 



Carole Nash. . .12, 60, 67 
National Honor Society. . .48 
National Merit Finalists ... 28 



Bruce Pallman. . .46, 59 

PARK NORMANDIE APARTMENTS. . .174 

Jeff Parr. . .86 

Tom Parr. . .16, 94 

Vicki Parros. . .28, 60-61 

Debbie Passo. . . 151 

Geoffrey Passo. . .50-51, 67, 152 

Larry Passo. . .62 

CHARLES PATTERSON SHOES. . 168 

Carol Patterson. . .68, 71, 168 

Dori Patterson. . . 14, 47, 49, 58, 68, 171 

Meg Patterson ... 32, 49 

Tom Patton. . .19, 159 

Cathy Peachey. . 153, 182 

Cathy Peck. . .48-49, 51, 71, 157 

Susie Peck. . .8, 47, 49, 67, 134, 157 

Hollis Peeler. . 85, 91 

PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC.. . .153 

PER ROY, INC., DISPENSING 

OPTICIANS. . .163 
Dennis Perry. . .91 
Mr. John Perry. . .78,79, 100 
Becky Peters. . .11, 58, 159 
Stan Peters. . . 46, 69 
Bob Peterson ... 57, 85, 88 
Tom Peterson. . .52, 57, 61, 71, 147 
Debbie Petrie ... 6, 48-49 
Suzanne Pettet ... 58 
Ginger Pettijohn . . . 58 
Marsha Phillips. . .58 
Nancy Phillips. . 58, 67 
Photo Club. . .51 
Photo Staff. . .70 
Physical Education Dept.. . .42-43 
Cheryl Pierson . . .47, 70, 143 
Dorothy Pipkin . . .57 
Susan Pitts. . .67 
Marsha Planck. .50, 161 
Charles Pollard. . .65, 85, 87 
PORTER COLLEGE, INC.. . 176 
Senora Posey. . .63 
Mr. Gene Poston . 55, 59 
Dora Potasnik. . 58 
Kathy Powell. . .63 
Mrs. Sara Powell. .102 
Mr. Chuck Praed . . .85 
Cheryl Proper. 66 
Kris Proctor. 85 



Index— 181 



Connie Pruitt 
Margie Pugh. 
Marta Pugh . . 



. .159 
. .97 
.6,48-49, 51, 56, 67, 154 



Quill and Scroll. . .51 



Ivan Rader. . .85, 88 

Vicky Rader. . .149 

Carl Radford. . .85 

Melvin Rainey. . .91 

Nancy Ranshaw. . .48, 50 

Reginald Ratcliff. . .57 

Rosalind Ratcliff. . .63 

Mike Ratliff. . .82 

Bliss Rea. . .61, 67, 125 

Red Cross ... 63 

Tom Redmond. . .65, 77, 84-85, 88, 169 

Charlene Reed. . .159 

Ed Reed ... 92 

Reggie Reed ... 74 

Curtis Reeves. . .65, 75, 85 

DR. A. C. REINKING. . .151 

Kahla Rensberger. . .60 

Julie Retterer. . .139, 150 

Pam Retterer. . .22, 47, 54, 55, 65, 67, 

128 
Russell Rice. . .46 

RICHARD'S MARKET BASKET. . .169 
Mrs. Patricia Richardson. . .60, 99 
Tony Richardson . . .38, 65, 77, 85, 88 
Mr. Roger Riley. . .101 
Bob Ring. . .65, 74, 90, 92, 171 
Mr. Gene Ring. . .90 
Riparian News Bureau. . .70 
Riparian Newspaper . . .66-68, 71 
Riparian Yearbook. . .68-69, 71 
Rippleaires . . . 58-59 
Ripples ... 24 
John Robare. . .62 
Pam Roberts. . .62 
Rocketa/res ... 59 
Paul Rodeheffer. . .82 
Mr. Garland R. Rogers. . . 163 
ROOT PHOTOGRAPHERS. . .171 
Joel Rose. . .77 
Randy Rosebrock. . .86 
Beverly Rosenblub. . .66 
ROTC. . .42 
Bill Rothbard. . .78-79 
Dianne Roush. . .52, 58, 69, 153 



Janet Rowland . . .58 

Charles Rude. . .57 

Neil Rude. . .57, 66 

Charlie Rudesill. . .52, 54-55, 65, 174 

Geoffrey Rudesill ... 52, 57, 65 

Bob Runnels. . .52, 61-62 

Steve Runnels. . .52, 62 

James Russell. . .92 

Jayne Russell. . .49, 60-62 

Peggy Ryan ... 58 



Robbie Sachs. . . 175 

Anita Sakowitz. . .49, 67 

Safety Council. . .65 

Todd Sammons. . .28, 44, 46, 48-49, 51, 

57, 66-67, 94, 112, 155 
Sandy Satinsky. . .49 
Steve Satinsky. . .88 
Jack Sawrey. . .65, 75, 85, 159 



.37 
.66, 181 

. .50, 57, 77, 169 
. .49, 62 

.48-49, 51,67,94, 165 
50 



Mr. Carl Sams. 

Marcia Scales. . 

Larry Schachter. 

Patti Schachter. 

Louis Schlegel . . 

Mrs. Janis Schmidt. 

Kay Schnuelle. . .63 

Laura Schnuelle. . .48-49, 52, 57, 63 

Elsa Schroeder. . .49, 52, 55 

Gretchen Schulz. . .58 

Bill Schumacher. . . 12, 52, 54-55 

Carl Schumacher. . .52, 82, 92 

Science Club. . .62 

Science Dept . . . 36-37 

Sam Scott. . .154 

Brenda Segal. . .52, 62 

Joe Segal. . .57 

Nick Seldon. . .48-49 

Jane Sellery. . .47, 58, 65, 181 

Sen/or Class Officers . . . 108 

Seniors . . . 108-127 

Kip Sexson ... 42 

Susan Sexson. . .58 

Jim Shaw. . .67 

John Shaw. . . 174 

Carol Shelton . . .49, 52, 55, 60 

SHEPHERD'S ENCO SERVICE. . .174 

Gail Sherman. . .30, 69 

Bill Shobe. . .62, 77, 85 

Steve Shuel. . .37, 47, 65, 76-77, 82-83, 

90, 92 
Marilyn Shultz. . .49, 51, 69, 175, 180,184 
Donald Sides. . .59, 85 
Bill Silvey. . .47, 59, 65, 77, 85, 169 
Kenny Simms. . .59 



The campaign spirit hits Ripplites Sally Jo Campbell, Kathy Lee, Denese Goecker, Cathy 
Peachey, and Beth Bivens during the senior officers' election. 




Mary Simon. . .49, 174 

Rosalie Simon. . .51, 68, 71, 147 

Marcia Singer. . .48-49, 55, 61 

Mr. Bill Sirka. . .85-86, 91 

SLAY CO. REAL ESTATE. . .167 

Valerie Slay. . .167 

Jerry Sloan . . . 55, 151 

Bill Smith. . .49, 55, 65, 75, 85-86, 165, 

170 
Brad Smith. . .65, 86 
Carolyn Smith. . .63 
Greg Smith. . .85 
Kathy E. Smith. .116, 159 
Mrs. Maxine Smith. . .156 
SMITH-BRIDENSTINE, INC.. . .154 
Greg Smith. . .91 
Randy Smith. . .52, 77 
Reginald Smith. . .65, 90 
Sylvia Smith ... 52 

Mike Smitha . . .5, 49, 65, 74, 90, 92, 169 
SMITHA PAINTING AND 

DECORATING. . .169 
Jeff Snyder. . .52, 86 
Social Studies Dept. . . . 34-35 
Sophomores. . .133-138 
Dick Spahr. . .65, 77 
Joe Spangler. . .42 
Susan Spangler. . .34, 66 
Jan Spaulding. . . 162 
Stefan Stackhouse. . .50 
Joan Stahl. . .48 
Pat Stalcup. . .77 
Linda Standish . . .30, 43, 64 
Nancy Standish ... 11, 153 



Max and Pete Guion watch the action. 




182— Index 



Mike Stanfill. . . 17, 35, 65, 77, 82-83, 

173 
Libby Stanton ... 52, 58, 64, 71 
Roberta Starmer. . .14 
Hans Steck. . . 17, 49, 65, 78, 85, 116, 

146 
Nan Steck. . .49, 146 
WM. F. STECK CO., INC. ... 146 
Bev Stein . . . 165 

Mrs. Mary Louise Steinbregugge . . .102 
Laura Stenberg. . .52, 58 
STENZDALES. . .147 
Mark Stephens. . . 15, 47, 59, 85, 74, 165 
Jeff Stevens. . .22, 46, 48-49, 52, 54-55, 

60, 174 
Christine Stewart. . .52, 58, 137 
LaMont Stewart. . .65, 85, 87, 151 

STOKELY-VAN CAMP, INC 151 

Chuck Stonehill. . .77 

Mark Stahlendorf . . .65, 85, 90 

Cindy Strauss ... 57 

L STRAUSS & CO. . . . 155 

Student Council. . .47 

SUBURBAN OFFICE EQUIPMENT. . .167 

Bill Sullenger. . .37, 49, 65, 78 

Nancy Sullenger. . .64, 170 

Susan Sullenger. . .170 

SULLY'S STANDARD SERVICE. . .170 

Virginia Summer. . .48 

Jerry Summers. . .57 

Kevin Summers ... 74 

Sandy Summers. . .58, 146 

Nancy Surratt. . .67, 131 

Ann Swanson. . . 165 

Gary Swim. . .46 

Bill Swinn. . .65 

Steve Swope ... 74 



Connie Taylor. . .69 

Dwight Taylor. . .77 

Tennis . . . 80-81 

TERRY'S OF CALIFORNIA, INC. ... 156 

Gerry Thomas. . .28, 35, 50, 58, 71 

Howie Thomas. . .39, 52, 57 

Jim Thomas. . .52, 57 

Sheryl Thornberry. . .30, 64, 68 

Jim Tillet. . .86 

TIMBER-LANE CONSTRUCTION 

CO. . . . 173 
Bruce Toler. . .57 
Donna Totton.. . . 174 
Susan Totton . . . 174 



TOWN AND COUNTRY SALON 

OF BEAUTY. . .150 
Anita Townsend . . .50 
Track. . .76-77 
Tri-Hi-Y. . .61 
Bill Tucker. . 85, 91, 152 
Dave Tucker. .57, 59, 137 
.92 

. .46, 55, 65, 88 

. .57 



Jeff Turner. 
Rick Turney . 
Debbie Tutt. 



u 



Understudies . . .61 
UNITED REPAIR SERVICE. 
Rodney Upshaw. . .77 



146 



David Vail. . .37 
Mary Van Deventer. 
Miss Barbara Vargo. 



57 
.64 



w 



Larry Wade ... 75 

Angelique Wagner. . .52 

Phil Wagner. . .49,82 

Dale Walker. . .74, 85, 91 

Mike Walker. . .48, 52, 57 

WALKER CLEANERS. . .158 

Mark Walsh. . .46 

Debbie Waltz. . .62 

Susie Waltz. . .55 

Mr. Dave Weber. . .49 

Peggy Webber. . .47, 153 

WM. WEBER & SONS, INC. ... 150 

Ted Weesner. . .35, 173 

Lindley Weikert. . .51, 60, 70 

Brian Welch . . .46-47, 49, 65, 71, 77, 

85-86, 95, 116, 151 
Sarah Welch. . .69, 139 
Kathy Wells.. .61, 144 
Greg Wendell. . .92 
Jim Wendling. . .65, 84-85 
Christine West. . .63 
Miss Winifred West. . .48 
WESTLAKE DRIVE-IN THEATRE. . .175 
Barb Wharam ... 58, 62, 64, 146 
Debbie Wharam. . .57, 172 



Mr. R. H. Warham. . .172 
WHARAM CONSTRUCTION ... 172 
Phil Whistler. . .32, 46-48, 55, 66, 78, 

128, 153 
WHISTLE STOP. 158 
Cornelius White . . .43 
Jan White. . 52, 57 
Ron White. .173 

WICKER-WILSON BARBER SHOP. 154 
Toni Widmeyer . . 64 
Debbie Wilgus. . 58 
Jane Williams. . . 12 
Laura Williams. . .58, 176 
Norma Williams. . 49, 51, 55, 68, 160 
Ross Williams . . .66 
Tom Williamson . 172 
WILLIAMSON GLENDALE SHELL. 172 
Charlotte Wilson. 57, 63-64 
Dave Wilson .59 
Deborah Wilson .63 
Denice Wilson ... 50, 52-53 
Kathy Wilson. . 47, 96-97, 163 
Tim Wilson . . .85 
Vicki Wilson. . .173 
Jonnie Mae Wingard. 
Mrs. Barbara Winiger. 
Charles Wirth. . .59 
Andy Wolf. . .153 
I. WOLF, INC.. . .153 
Mrs. Josephine Wolf. . 
Kristen Wolfram. . .4, 49, 67, 96-97 
WONDERLIN GALLERIES. 166 
Beth Wood ... 47, 49 

49 
. .166 

55, 166 

. .64 

. .88 



.50 
102 



100, 102 



Jan Wood . . 

Nancy Wood 

Sue Wood . . 

Venita Wood 

Fred Woods . 

Lorraine Wooldridge. . .58, 62 

Don Wooley. . 65, 92 

Wrestling . . . 88-89 

Brad Wright. . .59 

Pam Wright. . .58, 69 

William Wright. . .59 

WURLITZER MUSIC CO.. .157 



Pon Yee. . .51, 70 
Steve York. .49, 85, 168 
Clark Young. . .85 
Dan Young. . .92, 162 
Darryl Young. . .88 



New Quill and Scroll Members 



Seniors: Susan Basler 
Diane Dooley 
Denese Goecker 
Julie Isham 
Kate Mullane 
Tom Peterson 
Brian Welch 



Juniors: 



Linda Culclasure 
Janet Griffin 
Dave Johnson 
Harold Karabell 
Janet Kleinschmidt 
Dori Patterson 



New Junior Historical Society Members 
Seniors 



Al Baumgart 
Susie Burns 
Margaret Burres 
Madelyn Creedon 
Diane Dooley 
Richard Farrar 
Carol Gavin 
Laurie Gustafson 
Betsy Hack 
Margie Higgs 
Julie Isham 



Nancy Johnson 
Kris Kohls 
Kathy Lee 
Miriam Morris 
Kate Mullane 
Geoff Passo 
Bliss Rea 
Joan Stahl 
Virginia Sumner 
Gerry Thomas 



Division Page Identification 
(left to right) 

Page 2 — Daryl Mason, Julie Isham 

Page 3 — Anne Baughman 

Page 16 — Janet Kleinschmidt, Sue Carr, 
Tom Parr, Gary Cohen 

Page 17 — Julie Isham, Hans Steck, Mike 
Stanfill, Laurie Gustafson 

Page 30 — Gail Sherman, Sheryl Thorn- 
berry, Linda Standish 

Page 31 — Mr. Virgel Clark, Joe Beckom 

Page 44 — Steve Daily, Neil Baker, Todd 
Sammons, David Johnson 

Page 45 — Gary Cohen, Kathy Downey 

Page 73 — Mike Kuhfeld 

Page 99 — Mrs. Patricia Richardson, Mar- 
garet Newton, Larry Keeling 

Page 144 — Barb McClain, Anne Gilchrist, 
Kathy Wells 

Page 145 — Betsy Marsh 



Index— 1S3 




As the pieces fall in place 



Done. Spring cleaning. The 

earliest plans. Summer 

workshops. Picnic bench 

summit meetings. 

Picture taking. Copy writing. 

Layout drawings. Ad sales. 

Subscription campaign. 

More picture taking. 

Outline writing. 

Copy rewrites. 

First page shipment to Texas. 

More pictures, copy, layouts 

. . . and more, and more. 

Deadlines. Burger Chef 

parties. Vacation meetings. 

And more rewriting and 

recropping. 

More shipments to Texas. 

The first proofs. 

The last shipment. 

The arrival. 

Spring cleaning. 

The scattered pieces come 

together like a 

Kaleidoscope. 

We from the yearbook office would 
like to thank Mrs. Ruth Herin for her 
help with copy, Mr. Max Owens and 
Mr. Bob Summers for their friendly 
sympathy over our late night plights, 
Mr. Dick Kennard, Newsfoto year- 
book consultant, and the Universal 
Bookbindery Company. Most of all 
we thank "the best journalism teach- 
er of the year" Mrs. Ruth Marie 
Griggs. 



1969 Riparian Yearbook Staff 

Editor-in-Chief Carol Gavin 

Copy Editor Joan Engert 

Managing Editor Marilyn Shultz 

Picture Editor Marcia Miles 

Product/on Coordinator .... Sally Morris 

Ad Editors Cathy Peck 

Rosalie Simon mm 

Kate Mullane mKSKKKSW 

Student Life Editor .... Laurie Gustafson 

Academics Editor Nancy Geisler 

Organizations Editors Janet Negley 

Dori Patterson 
Patty Morris 

Sports Ed/tors Harold Karabell 

Doug Jones 
Stan Peters 

Album Editors 

Jill Gallmeier, seniors 

Norma Williams, seniors 

Becky Hartsock, juniors 

Becky LeMond, juniors 

Holly Hughes, sophomores 

Beth Carney, freshmen 

Sarah Welch, freshmen 

Dianne Roush, faculty 

Conni Taylor, faculty 

Layout Editor Bill Cooper 

Assistant Editors 

Lynn Keffer, Student Life 

Gail Sherman, Academics 

Sharon Davis, Ads 

Mitzi Holmes, Ads 

Carol Patterson, Ads 

Staff Anne Baughman, Donna 

Brunsma, Jim Cordell, Christie Hughes, 
Tom Linton, Cheryl Pierson, Marcia 
Scales, Jane Sellery, Sheryl Thornberry, 
Richard Vail, Pam Wright 
Business Manager .... Charles Hardesty ^ w^t 

Photo Credits 

B & L Photographers — 112; Black Star — 

10; Steve Daily— 21-22, 29, 36, 84, 86, 

101, 145-147, 149-154, 156-160, 163- 

165, 167-170, 172, 175-177; Sam Earp— 

44, 97; Greg Feeman — 13, 19, 21, 35, 

54, 84, 100,106-108, 118, 123, 127, 32, 

176; Laurie Gustafson — 17, 98; Indpls. 

Fire Dept. — 115; Martin Lammers — 19, 

57, 121, 128, 156-157; Al Lehner — 1-9, 

11-16, 19-20, 22-24, 27, 29, 31, 36, 41, 

54-55, 64, 67-68, 74-83, 85, 87, 99-101, 

105-106, 131, 146, 148, 150, 155; Jim 

Lowe — 20-21, 25, 48, 73, 111, 134, 137, 

140, 143, 159, 161-163, 165-167, 169, v 

172-176; Ken Ogle — 145; Cathy Peck — 

157, 159; Root Photographers — 2, 14-15, 

18, 28, 30-43, 46-53, 55-71, 85-86, 102, 

132-133, 139; Indpls. Star — 73; Tower 

Studio — 25; Ralph Winkler— 172-173, All the effort of putting out 184 yearbook 

175; Pon Yee — 2, 10-12, 15, 17-18, 26- pages shows in the faces of top editors 

28, 35, 43, 46, 72, 85, 87, 101, 105, 116, Carol Gavin, Joan Engert, Marilyn Shultz, 

120, 124-125, 144, 146-147, 151, 171, and Marcia Miles. 

173-175. 




184 — Closing 



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