Throwback Thursday - Yearbook Mystery

By Price Lab History on September 22, 2016
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The throwback post for this week should be a good challenge for all. (Either your memory or your research skills.)  Pulled from one of the yearbooks linked to on the Annuals page, let's see if you can guess the year and/or name any of those pictured here. (Leave your guesses on our blog post or our facebook post. We'll post the correct answers on Friday.)

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  1. 2 Price Lab History 23 Sep
    How did you do?

    The page is from the 1989 yearbook, "Images"

    (You can see the entire book here. )

    Page 24 of the yearbook identifies these photos as follows:

    John Tarr, Chair, Mathematics Dept.: Algebra II, Geometry.
    Dennis Kettner, Math 8, Geometry, Investigations in Mathematics.
    Donald Wiederanders, Algebra II
    Earl Ockenga, Math I, Algebra I, Fourth Year Math.
    Lynn Schwandt, Algebra I, Computer Programming
    William Schuknecht, Math 7 (First Semester).
    Martha Mullneix, Math 7 (Second Semester).

    (1) in geometry are Danielle Staker and Nikki Kelly. (2) Mr. Wiederanders explains a problem to Maggie Middleton. (3) Working on her algebra is Tina Loenser. (4) Lee Baker listens to Mr. Kettner. (5) Joe Karl. (6) Programming the computer is Dave Glenn. (7) Jason Anderson seems puzzled. (8) Sharif Nijim starts his assignment.

  2. 1 Lenny 23 Sep
    The names are all listed. I'm guessing the year is 1983.



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