THE NEWS, Frtdwfck, Jwe Â«. Catcotin Cougar Seniors Had A Really Big 1970 A L L - S T A T E C H O R U S M E M B E R S F R O M C H S SENIOR CLASS-Three of the All-State Chorus members were from the senior class of Catoctin High School. From left to right they areJLinda Sixx, Bev Davis and Susie Hoke. SCHOLARSHIP The Thrill At AAHS for the past two years. Dave also served as junior class president. Dave has also been the Spotlight staff photographer for the past two years and a member of the yearbook staff for three years. He was also voted by the class of '70 as the senior "Most Likely to Succeed." Dave will be attending Bucknel College in Pennsylvania this fall and hopes to become either a teacher or a scientist. He is the son of Mr. Taylor. and Mrs. Gordon N a t i o n a l Honor Society president for Middletown High School is senior Sandy Lewis. Sandy has been a member of the NHS for two years. Sandy is also currently president of the Senior High Glee Club of which she has been accompanist for four years and sang in the All-State Chorus this year. She is also a member of the Spotlight staff, NHS school newspaper. Future plans for Sandy include the Hagerstown M e d i c a l Secretary School. Sandy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lewis. By DIANNE WILLIAMS Middletmvn High School One of the most exciting events in the life of a senior is receiving a scholarship. A scholarship award indicates that someone or some group has reviewed the qualifications of various seniors and found you to be worthy to receive their vote of confidence which is presented in the form of a scholarship. Middletown High School has several seniors who have been awarded scholarships. Karen Cartee, recipient of the Frederick County Educational Secretaries' Association $100.00 scholarship, has been a member of the MHS glee club for three years and the Future Health Careers Club for four years. Karen plans to use her scholarship at the Maryland Medical Secretarial School in Hagerstown, Maryland. Lois Causey was awarded a $250.00 scholarship by the Kiwanis Club of Frederick to pursue a career in accounting. Lois plans to attend the Frederick Community College. This student was a member of the glee club for four years, the travel club one year and the Future Homernakers of America club for two years. She also served as an office assistance for two years. Gregory Klinefelter, a member of the Maryland All-State Orchestra, was awarded a scholarship to Lebanon Valley College based on competitive audition. Greg's performance on the cello led to this presentation. An outstanding student, Greg has been in the glee club four years, student council two years and all county chorus for three years. Steve Pugh was awarded a soccer scholarship to West Virginia University. Steve's outstanding performance as goalie of the MHS soccer team led to his selection for this award. This senior was treasurer of the Knight Marching Band during his senior year, a member of the soccer team for two years, and a track team member for three years. The Frederick Breakfast and Evening Optimist and the Braddock Heights Optimist Clubs selected two MHS seniors to represent this area as Boy and Girl of the Year for 1969-70. The honor carried with it a $250.00 scholarship which was awarded to David Taylor, Boy of the Year, and to Dianne Williams, Girl of the Year. David plans to attend Bucknell College where he will study in the scientific field. This busy student has served as senior and junior class president, Spanish club vice-oresident for two years, and photographer for the school newspaper for two years. He was a soccer team member for three years and served as a member of the year book staff for two years Dianne has served as editor oi the SPOTLIGHT, the school newspaper; cheerleader for four years, President and vice- president of the Pep Club; student council representative for two years; and a member of the girls' hockey team. She has com bination, he gave a very served as school news repojter pract j ca i answer: "It was a . . . .: I Jj a( J During the 1969-70 school year, two seniors of Middletown High School have filled the positions of president and secretary of the Student Council: Chuck Maynard and Cindi Munday, respectively. Chuck, a newcomer to MHS in his junior year from Washington State, has directed the Student Council through many useful projects and c a m p a i n g s throughout the year. Besides holding the position of SC president, Chuck is currently a member of the Senior High Glee Club, Boys' Chorus, and a special choral ensemble. He was also selected to sing bass in the All-State Chorus. Aside from being on the varsity basketball team, he was also a member of the soccer team and runs the quarter mile in track. Chuck was also selected by the senior class as "Best All Around" studenUhis year. Although he has not definately decided on his career Chuck plans to attend college after graduation. Student Council secretary Cindi Munday is also a newcomer, arriving at MHS in her junior year from Virginia Beach, Virginia. Cindi is currently a member of the Senior High Glee Club, the Art Club and the School Store Staff at Middletown High School. College looks favorable for Cindi after graduation. She hopes to major in art or professional modeling. Mr.'Reggie Swanson, Shepherd College senior, is now acquiring his library practice at Middletown High School under the direction of librarian, Mrs. Joann Hroine. A secondary education major, Mr Swanson is enrolled in two teaching fields: physical education and library science, asked why he chose this A brief resume has been compiled of the school activities and future plans of the majority of the Catoctin High School senors. It is as follows: Paulette Fay Alexander -Glee Club 9-12; Summer and Future plans -- undecided. Melinda Lee Anderson -- Glee Club 9-11; Hockey 10, 12; Volleyball 10, 12; Summer plans -- Head Start program; Future plans -- College. Dorothy Louise Baker -- F.H.A. 9,10,12; Summer plans -undecided; Future plans -practical nursing. Rebecca Ellen Baker -Student Council 12; Cougar Crier 11; PEP Club 9, 12; Hocke 9-12, Basketball 11, 12, captain J.V. team; Volleyball 9-12; Summer plans -- Cozy Restaurant; Future plans -- College, teaching. Sharon Fink Bennett Chapter Sweetheart 11; Future plans -beautician. * Millicent Marie Biser -Student Council 10, 11; Volleyball 9r Summer plans -- waitress, Royer's Restaurant; Future plans -- College. Susan Doris Brown -- Glee Club 9-11; All-County Chorus, 9; Pep Club 9, 10; Summer plans -office work; Future plans -marriage. Ruth Louise Buhrman -Future plans -- marriage. Virginia Mae Ridge Buhrman -- Hockey 10, 11; Summer and future plans -- housekeeping. Connie Marie Calimer -Student Council 9-12; Yearbook 11; FTA 10, 11; Band, 9-12; All- County Band 9-12; Glee Club 911; All-County Chorus, 9, 10; Summer plans -- clerk typist; Future plans -- college, teaching. Sharon Lee Cooper -- Glee Club 9, 10, 12; Future -marriage. Beverly Jean Davis -- Student Council 9, 11, 12; Yearbook 9, 10; Newspaper, 9-11; Glee Club, 9-12; All-County Chorus, 9-12; All- State Chorus, 12; Band 9-12; All- County Band 9-12; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; John Phillip Sousa Band Award Recipient 12; National Honor Society 12; FTA 9, 10; Basketball 9, 11; Summer plans -- working at father's restaurant; Future plans -Shenandoah Conservatory of Music. Linda Susan Davis -- Student Council 9, 10; Summer plans -waitress; Future plans -secretary. Deborah Doris Ecker -- VARSITY , CHEERLEADER CAPTAIN-Peggy Mathias has showed enthusiasm and school spirit as captain of the Varsity cheerleading squad. STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT-Charlie Gearhart able- minded student council president has led the student council through many successful- projects and events in the year. Gymnastics, 12; Cheerleader 9, 10; Pep Club 9, 10; Glee Club 9; All-County Chorus 9; Future plans -- teacher's aide, marriage. Wanda Lorraine Eiker -Student Council 9, 10; FNA 9, 10, 11; Summer plans -- nurses aide; Future plans -- nurse. Darlene Louise Eyler -- Glee Club 10; FHA 12; Future -undecided. Mary Berna Feeser -- Summer plans -- waitress at Royer's; Future plans -- secretary. Belinda Doris Filler -- Art Club 9; Volleyball 10; Girls' Track 9; Summer plans -- gift shop clerk; Future plans -undecided. * Rose Marie Fisher -- Art Club 9-11; Summer plans -- working at elementary school; Future plans -- undecided. Susan Lee Fitzgerald -Yearbook 11,12, Editor-in-Chief 12; Newspaper 10; Glee Club, 912; Senior Girls Ensemble 12; Cheerleaders 12; Summer plans -- waitress at Cozy Restaurant; Future plans -- Hagerstown Junior College. Carol Ann Stottfemyer Flohr -Summer plans -- factory work; Future plans -- Moore Business Forms. Bonnie Ann Fogle -- FHA 11, 12; Hockey 11, 12; Summer and future plans -- undecided. Cindy Lou Glass -- Cougar Crier typist 12; Hockey 11, 12; Volleyball 11; Future plans -beautician. Darlene Edna Glass -Summer and future plans -undecided. Marilyn Jeannine Harbaugh -Student Council 9, 10; Art Club President 12; Future plans -Peace Corps and fashion designing. Donna Kay Hawes -- Glee Club 9, 10; Future plans -- marriage and working. Anna Margaret Heier -Future plans -- American Optical Co. Susan Claire Hoke -Cheerleaders 9, 10; Glee Club 912; All-County Chorus 9-11; All- CLASS PRESIDENT-Jean Houck better known as "Beans," has done an outstanding job as senior class president for this past year. Graduation Important Time At Middletown for the past two years. This senior will attend Duquesne U n i v e r s i t y , P i t t s b u r g h , Pennsylvania where she plans to pursue a career in journalism. MHS wishes these seniors the very best and much success in their future endeavors. Mary Ann Grossnickle and David Taylor are Middletown High School's top scholastic seniors for the 1969-70 school year. Both have averages of 3.9. Mary Ann is currently a member of the National Honor Society, and the senior glee club, of which she has participated in the last four years. She is also a three year veteran of the Travel Club of MHS. Mary Ann was voted the senior "Most Likely to Succeed" by the graduating class. . t Mary Ann looks forward to attending college this fall. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Grossnickle. Senior class president David Taylor is also currently a NHS member. He has been a member of the MHS soccer team for three years; vice-president of the Spanish Club for two years and a member of the Student Council l E W S P A P L R f l R C H I V E Â® -- . , process of elimination. I had a choice between math, English, music, art and library science." Originally from Washington, D.C., Mr. Swanson plans to teach and coach in northern Virginia following graduation. His college activities include participation in football and baseball and membership in the Intramural Club and a social fraternity. Being a spectator of all sports occupies much of Mr. Swanson's [ree time. Developing from a favorite pastime is Mr. Swanson's summer employment as a junior electrician at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. He also enjoys going to the beach during the summer. By DIANNE WILLIAMS Middletown High School Graduation for many seniors means making important decisions. Probably the most climatic conclusion that a senior must make is that of his lifetime vocation and higher education. Approximately one-third of the Middletown High School senior class ranks among those who plan to further their education in four-year colleges, three-year colleges, trade schools, and community colleges. Seniors attending Towson State College are Sue Carnochan, David Beachley and Debbie Wachter. Debbie will major in languages, with a special emphasis on Spanish. Stuart Kepler and Valerie Remsberg plan to attend the University of Maryland. Val's major will be Elementary Education. Hood College also awaits another Elementary Education major, Sharon Fawley. Going south will be Dickey Boutelle at Stratford College, Va., and Steve Pugh at West Virginia University. Steve has received an athletic grant in soccer at WVU and plans to major in forestry, with an emphasis on wildlife management. Enrolled as freshmen at St. Mary's College, Lebanon Valley College and Duquesne University are Beth Monroe, Greg Klinefelter, and Dianne Williams, respectively. Greg has received a scholarship for the cello and plans on teaching. Beth also plans to teach; Dianne has hopes to become a journalist. Others attending four-year colleges are Nelson Buhrman David Fulton, Mary Ann Grossnickle, Chuck Maynard and David Taylor. Nelson's future includes criminology Mary Ann plans to work for the Peace Corps for a short time Two alternatives have been presented to David, who wants to be either a teacher or a scientist. Frederick Community Colleg will enroll Gary Crouse, Karen .chroyer, Charlotte Iheffer, and lagerstown Cindi Munday, Buhrman, Rick Dana Beachley Junior College State Chorus 12; Future plans -nursing and marriage. Jean Houck -- Student Council 9-12: Co-president Junior Class; President Senior Class; Summer plans -- waitress; Future plans -- Frostburg State College. Rosie Lee Hurley -- Glee Club 9,10; Future plans -- marriage. Gwendolyn Beth Jagow -Band 12; All-County Band 12; Glee Club 9-12; All-County Chorus 9-12; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; Folk Group 12; Future plans -- Shenandoah Conservatory of Music. Patricia Eileen Jay -- Glee Club 9-12; All-County Chorus 912; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; Betty Crocker Homemaker of America Award recipient; Summer plans -- cashier at drive-in; Future plans -- nursing Deborah Renee Joy -- Glee Club 9, 10; Summer and future plans -- undecided. Virginia Isabelle Kehne -- Art Club 9-11; FHA 9-11; Summer and future plans -- undecided. Douglas Lee Adams -Yearbook 10, 12; Newspaper 10; Soccer 9, 10; Track 10. Summer plans -- construction work. Future plans -- Construction work. Paul David Baumgardner -Student Council 9, 10; Dance Club; FFA 10, 11, 12; Patrol; Soccer 10,11,12; Basketball 9,10, 11, 12; Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12; Trace 10, 12. Summer plans -electrician work. Future plans -- tarming. Richard Fern Beard -- Basketball; Summer plans -- working. Future plans -- marriage. Quinn Edwin Becker -- Cross Country 10. Summer plans -Working for the State Theatre in Thurmont. Future plans -Cabinet or Furniture Making. Joseph Francis Bentz, Jr. -Summer plans -- Smith's Lumber Company. Future plans -- Moore's Business Forms. Steven Kenneth Buchanan -Cougar Crier 11; Glee Club 9-12; All County Chorus 9, 10,12; Presidential Class Room for Young Americans 12; Soccer 10; Basketball 12; Track 11, 12, co- captain 11; Future and girls anticipate a future career. MHS Suggestions welcomes Lee Lushbaugh. Attending the Automation Training, Inc. will be Wayne Harne. Allen Flook hopes to attend an electronics school. An art correspondence course is Wayne Wise's desire, as he hopes to become a commercial artist. Susan Kuhn will attend West Virginia College of Beauty Culture; Judy Fisher also plans Council this same career. Maryland Medical Secretary School welcomes Karne Cartee. Carol Dutrow anticipates attending art school. Several nursing as Attending Lancaster Hospital School of Nursing will be Karol Koogle and Susan Lewis. Enrolled at FCC in the nursing course is Marilyn Moss. Shirley Cornett and Grace Lewis also plan on nursing. Allan Shafer and Danny Gordon have decided for a temporary occupation in the Armed Forces. David Axline will farm. Linda Doyle, Sharon Leatherman, Linda Gladhill, Joann Grossnickle, Sheila Taulton, Vickie Routzahn, Diane Shafer, Connie Miller and Jeanie Eccard are interested in secretarial careers. Other interests in business include typists, Diane Brown, Sandy Smith, Sandy Souders, Mae Marsh, and Laura Piper; office personnel, Brenda Covell, Sharon Schroyer and Darlene Blickenstaff, Ruth Axline hopes to become a clerk or a bookkeeper. Three males have selected business careers: Glenn Kline, John Flook and Phil Rhoderick. Attending FCC to become accountants are Rick Twigg and Lois Causey. Computer Technology will be Thomas Leatherman's future study at the Data Control Institute. Those still undecided are Gaither Stottlemyer, Kelly Gouker, Kathy Cutsail, Dera Lowry, and Donald Wisner. summer plans -- undecided. Gerald James Clabaugh -- Rod Gun Club 9, 10; Soccer 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 11, 12, co-captain; State Track participant 11, 12; Summer plans -- Road Work; Future plans -College, Physical Education Major. John Calvin Chatlos -- Student 12, Historian; Brenda Covell -- students -Your best days are your school days, so make them prosper in all you do. Learn all you can, because education is what you need in this world. Dirkcy Boutelle -- It's your party now -- good luck. Dinnne Williams -- Students, I offer only one suggestion' Cindi Munday -- Support your student government; they can't work for you, without you. There's only one man in this school who really cares what becomes of MHS -- Mr. Frushour. Follow his guidance and you'll regret nothing. Stir CarniK-han -- Just carry on as best you can without me. One great cause for student unrest has not changed in generations: those impossibly contoured classroom seats. (Newspaper Enterprise Ann.) Newspaper 9, 11; Glee Club 9-12; All-County Chorus 9-12; Soccer 912; Basketball 9-12; Track 9,10; Tennis 11, 12; National Honor Society 12; Summer Plans -Working; Future plans -- Purdue University, engineering. Allen Lee Clark -- Patrol 10; Basketball 10, Baseball 11, 12; Summer plans -- electricians apprentice. Future plans -- Air Force. Robert E. Clabaugh -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Harold Eugene Cregger -Soccer 9, 10. 11, 12; Basketball 9, 10; Honor Roll student; Summer and future plans -- farming George Charles Cutchall -Student Council 10; Letterman's Club 9, 10: Football 9, 10, 11; Track 9, 10, 12; Voted "Most School Spirited": Future plans-College and military. Harvey David Calimer -"Quietest in Senior Class"; Summer and future plans -undecided John Henry Dayhoff -Yearbook 9, 10; Newspaper 9, 10, FFA 11, 12: Basketball 10; Summer and future plans -farming. Wilford C. Dudderar -- FFA, Summer and future plans -undecided. Roland Noah Eccard --Summer plans -- Thurmont Super Thrift; Future plans -undecided. Albert Ernest Flabbi -- Art Club 9; Baseball 10: Summer plans -- working; Future plans -- Army engineering. Fred N. Flohr - FFA 11, 12; Summer and future plans -Shenandoah Plastics. David Ray Fogle - Archery Club 9; Track 11; Summer plans -- working; Future plans -College, data processing. Douglas Edward Forrest -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Douglas Eugene Fraley -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Charles Victor Gearhart, Jr. -Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12, President 12; Glee Club 9-12; All- County Chorus 9-12; Rod . Gun Club 10; Class President 10; Archery 9; Soccer 9-12; Basketball 9-12; 2nd String All- County Basketball, co-captain 11, captain 10; Tennis 9-12. Summer plans -- Working. Future plans -- College, physical education major. Robert Ernest Cladhill -Summer and future plans -undecided. Leslie Allen Glass -- Student Council 9; Glee Club 9, 10; Basketball 9, 10; Trace 9; Summer plans -- Working. Future plans -- College. David Lee Harrison -- FFA; Summer and Future plans -undecided James Robert Kaas -- FFA 11, 12; Summer and Future plans -Farming. Michael Francis Krietz -Soccer 10; Basketball 10, 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Summer plans -- Moore's Business Forms. Future plans -- Air Force. Leo Francis Krietz -- Summer and future plans -- undecided. Frederick James Keilholtz -Newspaper 11; Rifle Club 11; Cross County 9, 10; Track 10-12; FFA; Summer plans -Farming; Future plans -Undecided. James Thomas Keilholtz -Gun Club 9, 10; Soccer 9-12; Summer and future plans -Farming. Robert Edward Keilholtz, Jr. -- Student Council 12; Class Vice President 12; FFA 11, 12; Glee Club , 9-12; Soccer 9-12; Basketball 9-12; Tennis 9, 10; Summer plans -- loading trailers; Future plans -Commercial highway engineering. Robert Lee Koontz, Jr. -Student Council 12; Class Vice- President 10, Co-President 11; Car Club 10; Soccer 9-12, Captain 11; Basketball 10-12, Co-captain 11, 12; 1st All-County Basketball team 10, 11; Honorable Mention 12; Track 10; Tennis 11. 12; Summer plans -- Construction work. Future plans -Hagerstown Jr. College. Mark Edward Kurz -- Biology Lab Assistant; Science Club; Summer plans -- Working; Future plans -- Undecided. Price Lewis III -- Science Club; Summer plans -Undecided; Future plans -College. Mark Raymond Lannon -Student Council 9, 11; Basketball 9, 12; Baseball 11; Summer plans -- Ben's Esso; Future plans -College. Robert William Long, Jr. -Summer and future plans -Undecided Jerry Calvin Martin -- Student Council 10, Yearbook 10; FFA 910; Baseball 10-12; Summer plans -- Construction work; Future plans -- Navy John Richard Martin -Cougar Crier 11, Glee Club 9, 11, 12, President 12; All-County Chorus 9, 11, 12: Cross Country 12: Basketball 9, 10: Baseball 11; Track 12. Summer plans -Housekeeping at St. Joseph's College Provincial House. Future plans -- Ml. Saint Mary's College. Robert Lloyd Martin -- Band 912: County Science Fair 9-12, 1st Award in Chemistry Division 12; Science Club 9, 12: Summer plans -- Farming; Future plans -- Gettysburg College. William Eugene Martin -Student Council 10, 11: Summer Plans -- Working. Future plans -- Undecided. Dennis Dee Mathias -- Cross Country 9, Soccer 9-12; FFA: Summer and future plans -Farming. Terry Lyn Masemore -Student Council 12. Yearbook 12: Newspaper 11. Science Club 9; Canteen Manager 11, 12: Science Fair 9. 10: County Science Fair 10; Summer plans -- Thurmont Super Thrift; Future plans -College. Wayne Eugene May -- Student Council 11, 12: Canteen Chairman Manager 12, Soccer 9; Tennis 10-12; Summer plans -Thurmont Super Thrift and working with the CHS Electronic Control System: Future plans -undecided. Karl Alois Meixner -- Summer and Future plans -- undecided. Eric Allen Ohler -- Summer plans -- Stover Brothers Masonry: Future plans -Bricklaying. Vornon Clyde Ormond -- New addition to CHS; Baseball 12; Basketball 12; Glee Club 12; Summer and Future plans -- j undecided. Richard Allen Ott -- Baseball 11,12; Summer plans -- Moore's Business Forms; Future plans -Navy. Michael Charles Pittinger -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Gary Wayne Reed -- Band 912; Summer plans -- undecided; Future plans -- College, data processing. Joseph William Reed -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Robert Luther Rhoderick, Jr. -- Baseball 10; Track 11; Summer plans -- Farming; Future plans -- undecided. Jerome Francis Ridenour -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Kenneth Olin Riffle Yearbook 11; Cougar Crier 11; Glee Club 9-12; Soccer 9, 10; Basketball 9; Tennis 10-12; Summer plans -- Thurmont Super Thrill, Future plans -undecided. Larry Wayne Riffle -Yearbook, photographer 11, 12, Summer plans -- nstalling closed circuit TV" at CHS. Future plans -- Hagerstown Jr. College, photography and electronics work. Gary Wayne Rollins -- Cougar Crier 12, Glee Club 12; Baseball 11; Summer plans Construction work, Future plans -- Frederick Community College. Albert Wayne Six -- Student Council 11,12; Canteen Manager, 12; Cougar Crier, 11; Science Club 9; Science Honorary, 12; Science Fair 9, 10; County Science Fair 9, 10; Summer plans -- Cambridge Rubber Company; Future plans -- College. Harold Alan Smith -- Art Club; Summer and Future plans -undecided. James William Smith -Archery 9,10; Rod Gun Club 9, 10; Soccer 9; Basketball 9; Baseball 11; Track 9; Summer plans -- undecided; Future plans -- accountant. Steven Michael Smith -Summer and Future plans -- Underided. Robert Keith Snurr -- Summer plans -- Thurmont Super Thrift; Future plans -- Undecided. John William Snyder -Basketball 10; Baseball 10; Summer plans -- Myer's Shell Station; Future plans -policeman. Gary Demain Sprague -- FFA 9-12; Model Car Club 9; Basketball 10; Summer plans -Ben's Esso Service Center; Future plans -- State Trooper Cadet. Dale Kenneth Starook, Jr. -Yearbook 12; Cougar Crier 11; Soccer 10; Basketball 9; Summer plans -- Installing closed circuit TV at CHS; Future plans -Electronics Technician. John Francis Sutton -Summer and Future plans -Undecided. David Robert Swomley -Patrol 10, Soccer 9-12, Captain 12; All-County MVAA League 12; Basketball 9-12, Co-cptain 10, 12; Track 10-12,All State track participant, Summer plans -- Farming; Future plans -- Mt. Saint Mary's College. Joseph Eugene Topper -Summer and Future plans -undecided. David Bernard Wantz, Jr. -Soccer 11-12, FFA; Summer plans -- working; Future plans -- undecided. Robert Lee Wantz -- Summer and Future plans -- undecided. David Michael Wetzel -Summer and Future plans -undecided. Roger Lee Willard -- Rod Gun Club 9, 10; Band 9-12; Summer plans -- Farming; Future plans -- College. Terry Lee Willard -- Cougar Crier, 12; Archery 9, 10; Band 912; Summer plans -- Thurmont Super Thrift; Future plans -- Job in business management. Joseph David Wivell -- FFA: Summer and Future plans -Farming Gary Albert Wolfe -- Summer and Future plans -- Undecided. Marion Franklin Young, Jr. -Summer and future plans -- Jndecided. Carolyn Ruth Keilholtz -- itudent Council 10, 11; Co- ecretary 11; Cougar Crier ditor-in-Chief 11, 12; FNA 9; :heerleader 9: Glee Club 9, 10, 2, All-County Chorus 9, 12, icnior Girls' Ensemble 12: Hockey 11. 12: Volleyball 9, 10; Summer plans -- kitchen work at t. Joseph's College Provincial House. Future plans -- Towson late College -- art teacher. Mary Ann Keilholtz -- Cougar :rier,"ll, 12; Glee Club 9-12: All- :ounty Chorus 9-12. Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; FTA 9, 10: Hockey 1, 12: Volleyball 12. Future plans -- Towson State College, lementary education. Bonnie Jane Kelly -- Summer and future plans -- undecided. Brenda Jean Kelly -- Summer :ind future plans -- undecided. Linda Jane Kolb -- Yearbook 10; Cougar Cner typist 12, Glee Club 9-12; All-County Chorus 10, 11: Gymnastics, 12: Hockey 11, 12: Future plans -- Fashion School. Mary Margaret Koontz -- Co- secretary of Junior Class; Future plans -- marriage. Yvonne Joann Larson -- FBLA Library Club; Girls' Recreation Association; California Scholarship Federation; Future plans -- College, veterinary medicine. Pamela Jean Lawson -Cougar Crier typist 12: Gymnastics 12: Hockey 10-12; Basketball 11: Volleyball 10, II; Tennis 11: Future plans -executive secretary. Delia Teresa Lewis -- Glee Club 9-12; Future plans -executive secretary. Nancy Lee Mathias -- Student Council 10, 11; Cougar Crier New's Editor 11, 12; FTA 9,-10; Glee Club 11; Basketball -11; Hockey 11; Future pla s -- Dental Assistant. Peggy Ann Mathias ' -Newspaper 10, 11; Gymnastics 10. 12; Cheerleader 11, "12, captain 12; Glee Club 10-12; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; Hockey 10-12, Co-captain ;i2; Volleyball 10, 12; Tennis 11, 12; Basketball 10-12, Captain '12; National Honor Society 12; Future plans -- Maryland Medical Secretary School ' in Hagerstown. Joann Elizabeth M a y ' -Cougar Crier 11: FHA 9. 10: FTA 9, 10; FBLA 9, 10; Band; G4ee Club 9-11; Summer plans" -waitress at Watson's Restaurant; Future plans ,' -secretary and housewife. Connie Lee Michael --FNA 911; FHA 9-11; Glee Club 9-12; All- County Chorus 11,12; Folk Group 12; Senior Girls' Ensemble .12; Summer plans -- working at;St. Joseph's College Provincial house. Future plans -- nursing. Carol Diane Miller -- Glee Club 9-12; Girls' Chorus 9-11; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; Future plans -- St. Joseph's College, teaching. Theresa Kay Myers -- Art Club 10, Future -- teletypist. Vanessa Dale Ohler -- Future plans -- marriage. Roxanna Lee Overcash -Yearbook 11, 12; Cougar Crier, 11; Glee Club 9-12; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12, Basketball 10, 11; Girls' Track 9, 10; Future plans -- Hagerstown Junior College, medical lab technician. Donna Louise Paugh -- Office aide; Future plans -- marriage. Janice Montgomery Phillips -Hockey 9-12; Basketball 10-12; Glee Club 9-12; Future plans -Washington Bible School. Mary Joyce Pryor -- Student Council 11; Yearbook 12; FTA 11; Girls' Chorus 10; Art Club 9; Summer plans -- gift shop cashier; Future plans -- Towson State College, art teacher. Patricia Carolyn Radtke -Student Council 9; FBLA 11; Ninth Grade Chorus; Hockey 10, 11; Summer plans -- typist; Future plans -- beautician. Maureen O'Donoghue Rema- vege -- French Club 9-11; Latin Club 9-11; Marian Assoc. Future plans -- undecided. Vicki Lynn Ridenour -- Future plans -- marriage. Wanda Kay Riffle -- Student Council 10, 11, 12; Yearbook 11, 12; Newspaper 10, 11; Cheerleader 12; Glee Club 9-12; Senior Class secretary; Summer plans -- waitress at Royers; Future plans -- Frederick Community College. Shirley Ann Sheeley -- Student Council 9; FNA 9, 10; FHA 9, 10; Dance Club 9; Girls' Track 9, 10; Futu re -- undecided. ' Doris Jean Shuff -- Summer and Future plans -- undecided. Linda Kay Sixx -- Yearbook^ 10, 11; FTA 10, 11; Glee Club 9-12; All-County Chorus 9-11; All-State Chorus 12; Folk Group 12; National Honor Society -\2; Basketball 10, 11; Summer plans -- Cambridge Rubber Co.; Future plans -- Towson State Teachers College, music teacher. Carolyn Little Smith, -Summer and future plans -housekeeping. Cheryl Lynn Smith -- FTA 10, 11; Band 9-12; All-County Band 12; Glee Club 9, 10; Girls' Chorus 10; Patrol 11; National Honor Society 12; Summer plans -page at Thurmont Public Library, Future -- nursing. Martha Jean Smith -- Art Club 9: Future -- undecided. Rebecca Ruth Snyder -- Dance Club 10; Hockey 10, '11; Basketball 9; Volleyball 9; Softball 9: Summer plans, -Cambridge Rubber Co.: Future plans -- undecided. Sandra Jean Stenton -- Glee Club 9-12; Seniors Girls' Ensemble 12; Senior Attendance taker; Future -- secretary. Carol Lois Stephens -- Glee Club 9,10; Future -- marriage. Joyce Ann Valentine -Library Club 9, 10; Glee Club 9, 10: Hockey 11, 12: Basketball 911. Volleyball 11: Future -undecided. Kathy Diane Weagley -Summer plans -- waitress at Ben's Esso; Future plans -undecided. Diane Louella Weant -Majorettes 9-12; Captain 12; Cheerleader 11. 12: Band 9-11: Hockey 9-12: Basketball 9-11: Volleyball 10-12: Future plans -marriage. Margaret Louise Welch -- FNA 9: Future --- undecided. Shirley Louise Wierman -Dance Club 9, 10: Glee Club 9: Basketball 9, 10; Captain 9; Volleyball 9.11: Captain 9: Girls' Track 9, 10: Cheerleaders; Summer plans -- waitress; Future -- undecided. Pamela Ruth Wildasin -Honor Roll Student 9-12: Art Club 9, 10: Summer plans -- clerical work; Duture -- secretary. Linda Lou Willard -- Home Economics 9, 10: Art 9, 10; Future -- marriage. Elizabeth Carol Williard -Student Council 10-12; Secretary 11, 12; VRASC; Yearbook 10-12; Newspaper 10; Glee Club 10-12; Senior Girls' Ensemble 12; All- County Chorus 10, 11; Hockey, 10, 11; Volleyball 10: National Honor Society 12: Summer plans -waitress at Royer's; Future -Bridgewater College, teacher. Barbara Dianno Willtord -Student Council 9: Yearbook 10, 11: Newspaper 12; Summer pluns -- training horses: Future -- ColloÂ«"Â» pigmentary teacher.
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