Some facts on 1969:
The Presidential salary was raised from $100,000 to $200,000.
Baseball great Micky Mantle announced his retirement.
The Monty Python comedy troupe formed.
U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon.
The Internet's development begins in a University of California lab.
The Concorde passenger jet made its first flight.
Sports:  World Series Champs - Mets;  Pro Football Champs:  NY Jets; Indy 500 winner - Mario Andretti/156.867 mph;  NCAA Basketball Champ: UCLA;  College Football Champ:  Texas;  US Open Golf Champ - Orville Moody
Academy Award Winner:  Midnight Cowboy
In December, 1969, the first draft lottery since 1942 was held.
1) What was the name of our yearbook?
Knighthood
Excalibur
Shield
Castle
2) What country was our foreign exchange student from?
Germany
France
Norway
Sweden

3) What was our class gift to the school?
Podium with Richwoods emblem
"Home of the Knights" sign out front
Bench in the lobby
Set of books in the Library
4) What was the name of the school drill team?
Bandettes
Fillies
Shady Ladies
Royalettes

5) Who was the school Principal?
Mr. Baietto
Mr. Harris
Mrs. Sheperdson
Mr. Wyss
6) What did we call the "after-game" dance place?
Studio 54
Barnyard
Coop
Mid-State 9 a Go Go

7) Who was Student Council President our senior year?
Dave Wand
Grant Youngman
Emil Wang
Nancy Ohl
8) What was the average price of a gallon of gasoline in the Peoria area in 1969? (Remember gas wars?!?!)
33.9
14.9
44.9
25.9

9) Who was the tallest player on the basketball team our senior year?
Tim Grant
Greg Strunk
Bruce Shipman
Frank Gutierrez
10) What was the price of a US postage stamp in 1969?
.06
.10
.04
.08

11) What was the average cost of a movie ticket
50 cents
$1.00
$1.50
$2.00
12) What children's show debuted on public TV in 1969?
Mr. Rogers
Sesame Street
Mickey Mouse Club
Sponge Bob Square Pants

13) Who was our Homecoming Queen in the fall of 1968?
Renee Perdue
Sherry Loy
Mary Jane Pruitt
Bonnie Murray
14) Who was our Prom Queen?
Renee Perdue
Dianne Hoerr
Cindy Ulevitch
Judy Swager