Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

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ADMINISTRATION For the past five years, Mr. I. T. Warthman has served as superintendent of Ada Public Schools. Prior to his superintendency he was for seven years principal. Each year, in addition to his other duties, he has taught at least one class. Mr. Warthman is a graduate of Ohio University and holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Ohio State University. I. T. WARTHMAN Superintendent Mr. C. E. Lundy came to us this year from Bryan, Ohio, and has served both as principal of the high school and a teacher of chemistry and physics. He is a graduate of Ohio State University and holds a Master’s Degree in School Administration from that university. C. E. LUNDY Principal BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated: Dr. F. M. Elliott, President; Charles Hubbell, Vice President; Edwin Parkhill. Standing: Lester Fleming,' Everett Ludwig; Charles Lundy, Principal; R. B. Cretors, Clerk; I. T. Warthman, Superintendent. 3FACULTY WILLIAM ANSLEY Instrumental Music Band SHIRLEY HINDALL Vocal Music LOWELL REESE Mathematics Science Coach EVERETTE SWINNEY English History MARGUARET BOZARTH MABEL CRAWFORD RONALD HALL Commercial English Industrial Arts Latin J. J. KREGLOW Vocational Agriculture HELEN LUDWIG Biology Girls’ Physical Education RALPH OBENOUR Mathematics Drivers’ Education PEARL UNDERWOOD History Englisn Speech CHARLES STRASBAUGH Health Boy’s Physical Education Assistant Coach ETHEL RITCHEY Home Economics HAZEL TALLMAN Social Science CHARLES WEST1N MAXINE DERINGER English Secretary Science 4ass MRS. RITCHEY Adviser Motto: What We Do, Let Us Do Well. SALLY SMITH President Editor of P. G. G. THOMAS FAIRBURN Vice President Student Council LEAH R. HETRICK Treasurer JOYCE ANSPACH Secretary 6 PHYLLIS GUDAKUNST Student Council ERNEST F. BOUTVVELL President of F.T.A.MISS CRAWFORD Adviser Class Colors — Maroon 6- White Class Flower — Rose (Red 6- White) CAROL ANN KREGLOW BEVERLY JANE ORDERS President of Y-Teens President F.H.A. Editor of Annua! JOAN SCOTT President of G.A.A. 7 JACK IRWINFRANCIS HARSH HAROLD HENRY SARA JANE TRAUCHT EDWARD BOSCH PAUL P. ALLEN JOHN I. MARSHALL A PATSY MARIE DECKER 8 JUDY KAY SMITH LINDA K. BAKERJOYCE ELAINE HAWES LARRY HUBBELL JUANITA ANN WIRR1ES CAROLYN GAYLE KLINGLER HAROLD RAY MUSSER SUSAN HOUSER MARGARET SCHWARCK PHYLLIS JEAN EARL PATRICIA ANN SANDERS DEAN BAKER BARBARA ANNETTE KIPKER 9 WILMA KNELL DIANNE SUE FLORIDALAVERNE WEBB ELISABETH VON BUCHWALDT MARIANNE E. TINSLER JEANNETTE MOORMAN HONOR SOCIETY 10CLASS OF 56 Mr. Reese Adviser Allan Dobnicker President Della Moss Secretary Mr Strasbaugh Adviser Marlene Myers Treasurer Russ Truman Vice-President John Van Atta Barbara Gunn Carol Gardner Larry Hopson Glenn Deringer Kent S taley i Charles Boutwell Roberta Fleming Larry Marian Greenawalt Stair Marvin Baransy Bonnie Ams tutz Jack Fensler Richard Ackerman Dick Ladd Loiic 11 Jump Helen Fox Joe Goodwin Cecil Wright Bill Alexander I rene Marling Donald Fisher No Pictures: Justin Dearth, Gerald Rayl, El6ie LaRue. Marilyn Warthman 12Morris Shepherd Dave Parshall Gary Brown Jean Musser Robert LaRue Chester Cook Sally Miller Jerry Steve Hooper Cole Vivian Harmon Arlene Gilbert Robert Klingler Jerry Koop Dennis Heldman Joy Smith Dave Godderz Laura Heller John Ams tutz Don Thompson Gene McClure Ruth May Carol Jett Mordaunt Moorman John Hattery Ernest Hopson Mary Diane Ronald Kenneth Dabler Siterd Motter MartinCLASS OF ’57 Top Row: Mr. Swinney, adviser; Jean Hawes, treasurer; Darlene Yinger, secretary; Sheila Siaon president; Sharon Siaon, vice president; Edison Long, Mrs. Underwood, adviser. Sixth Row: Judy Anspach, Brenda Collett. Fred Hubbell. Sandra Welsh. Willis Brown, Nancy Brown. Melvin Hopson. Fifth Row: Helen Fleaing David Chandler, Mary Janes, Conrad Siferd, Dorothy Ackernan. Barbara Rlsner, Bill Stoll. Fourth Row: John Kraner, Dorothy Boutwell. Alice Reaas Charles Starling. Janet Dearth, Sue Schindler, Larry Reaa. Third Row: Sharon Fox. Joe Wright, Nancy Allen, Jack Gunn, Alice Warthaan, Perry Long. Max Raabo. Second Row: Howard Laphress, Patty Myers. Bill Eliott, Dianna Staley, Gerald Binkley. Gerald Dearth, S teven Craig. Bottoa Row: Patty Wyss. Marilyn Bosse. Cloyce Elwood. Eaily Cribley. Harold Duffy, Sally Neal, Byron Baughaan. Ernest Dudgeon. No Picture - Stephen Saith, Wayne Collins, Brice Cheney, David Gordon Alan Hetrick. 14CLASS OF ’58 Top Row: Mr. Ansley, adviser; Ellen Hitchcock. Ester Fleming, vice president; Bobby Wyss. president; Marcia Staley, secretary; Viola Brown, treasurer; Helen Main. Mr. Obenour. adviser. Eighth Row: Larry Tabor, Betty Hughes, Duane Allen, Shirley Conley, Glenn Fields. Betty Lmderman. Lowell Musser, Denny Baughman. Seventh Row:Cathy Shanks, James Harsh, Maureen Gose. Ronny Dearth, Doris Simon. Kenny Fallor. Judy Siferd. Billy Legg. Sixth Row: Louis Kipker, Miriam Hattery, Don Gunn, Joyce Vandemark, Robert Zimmerly, Shirley Manjuart. Rex Klingler, Futh Ann Eckenrode. Fifth Row: Barbara Shields, Robert Daniels, Ruth Ann Fox, Ronnie Smith. Juanita Graham, James Amstuts. Rose Grant, Rolland Anspach . Fourth Row: Bobby Runser. Rosalie Dotson, Larry Cary, Lynda Morehart. Wayne Smith. Ann Lowry. r nald Gardner. Julianne Schaffer. Third Row: Second Row: Bottom Row: No Pictures Blanch McCafferty, Eddie Marling. Bvalyn Stober, Tommy Bosch, Gloria Sanders. Lynn Boutwell. Carolyn Edens, JimWirries. King Smith, Arlene Moore, Norman Noe, Mary Stonehlll, Marilyn Murray, Barbara Goodwin. Ellen Hitchcock, Sara Sue Crates. Shirley Larue, Beverly Simmons. Rosalie Dotson, Dorothy Stober Karen Staley. Pauline Bilbv Ethel Cribley. - Clyde Wilson, Sondra Pratt i cCLASS OF ’59 TOP ROW: Helen Ludvig, Adviser, Joyce Oldaker, Toe Truman, President, Pst Gilbert, Vice President, George Hindall, Treasurer, Sue Ping, Secretary, Ardythe LaVlness, Mary Ann Gardner, Mr. Kreglow, No Picture. FIFTH ROW: Leonard Earl, Kitty Jo Everhart, Lou Ann Park, Georgia Allen, Margaret Moorman, Jonathan Ladd, Ronnie Rayl. Don Gudakunst, Sherry Hauenstein, Joe Stobbe, Carol Harmon, Bill Loescher. FOURTH ROW: Irene Plummer, Jerry Smith, Burl Shulaw, Melvin Moser, Teresa Trllman, Rella Ramey, Gary Simon, Pat Hughes, Aaron Hackworth, Tom Wilson, Maxine Bosse, Joe Carey. THIRD ROW: Marvin Curtis, Barbara Ulrey, Robert Chrlsmer, Raymond Schick, Nancy Shadley, Virgil Campbell, Virginia Hackworth, Gary Scott, Gary Clark, Sue Wright, Dick Parshall, Alice Cash SECOND ROW: Jim Bucher. Mary Smith, Clarence Campbell, Marie Edens, Scot Moore, Dianne Parkhill, Harry Bower, Joyce Long, Duane Fletcher, Phyllis Wright, Raymond Brewer, Betty Smith. BOTTOM ROW: Pat Gose, Jon Urich, Geraldine Crouse, Paul Smith, John Bozarth, Jane Legg, Edna Poling , Gloria Simon, Edman Hackworth, Richard W'oofter, Jerry Downing, Marjorie Zimmerly. NO PICTURES: Roger Harsh, Titus Worthington, Flora Wright, John Cheney CLASS OF ’60 TOP ROW: Mr. Westin, Adviser, (no picture); Karl Simon. President, Judy Ylnger, Vice President, Msrlene Clspper, Steve Hindall, Treasurer, Mrs. Bozarth, Adviser. SIXTH row: Judy Wagner, Dennis lams, Carol Ross, Vickie Bennett, Amos Hackworth, Tom Lowery, B. Brown, Richard Wyss, Estel Brown, Charlotte Austin. FIFTH ROW: Joyce Sanderson, Charles Epley, Jerry English, Pat Kipker, Joe Cochrane, Coleen Gudakunst, Thomas Cheney, Carl Duggy, Lonnie Boutwell, Sandra Fulks, Earl Treen, Barbara Gilbert. FOURTH ROW: Kay Marling, Joyce Hauenstein, Jarllyn Stoll, Sylvia Houser, Sandra Reiter, Buddy Downing. Sharon Hatter, Pamela Helgner, Buddy McCool, Donald Moser, Eddie Simmons, Robert Maloney. THIRD ROW: Tom Dearth, Jean Stober, Archie Rodgers, Earlene Fields. Pat Nelson, Jim Vandemark, Tom Starett, Donna Welhrauch, Wayne Plummer, Ruth Ann Dearth, Danny Gunn, Dennis Anspach. SECOND ROW: Maxine Fleming, Sue Wyss, Tom Shanks, Pamela Shadley, Tom Cheney. Carol Cole, David Fleming, Shirley Wade, Frank Pumphrey, Norma Kllngler, Kenny Irwin, David McCool BOTTOM ROW: Jean Traucht, Paul Shafer, Dick Cook, Shirley Elwood, Larry Gunn, Warren Pratt, Mary Johnson, Dorothy Nichols, Joan Conley, Jerry Graham, Bernice Webb. NO PICTURES: Donald Obenour, Jerry Rayl, Shirley Cowan 16DO YOU KNOW That there are 104 doors in the school? There are 22 clocks in the school? There are 12 exits from the school? There are about 70 light bulbs in the auditorium? There are about 177 steps? There were 46 seniors last year and 53 this year? The total number of magazines the school subscribes to is 25: 14 of these go to the library, 5 to the Home Economics classes, 4 to Vocational Agriculture and 2 to Industrial Arts? There are 5 cooks? There are 6 bus drivers? There are 68 trophies in the trophy case? There are 25 typewriters for typing class? There are 80 new desks? There are 361 lockers? The dimensions of the stage are 50' 7" by 20' 4"? The seating capacity in the study hall is 168? The seating capacity in the library is 30? The seating capacity of the auditorium is 700? There are 49 senior band members; 15 junior band members? There are 230 chorus members? high school, 85; freshmen, 55; junior high, 90? The school house was built in 1929? That Inter-class Contest was started in 1907 by the late Dr. C. H. Freeman? That Y-Teens used to be called Girl Reserves and met once a week? That assemblies used to be held every week? That Miss Crawford has been adviser for the annual for 14 years? That the flag pole is 42'3" high" 17Around Scfiool 1. -I KNOW, TEACHER ' 2. WHAT TALES HALLS TELL! 3. 8TH GRADERS WORK ON ABE LINCOLN PROJECT. 4. TYPING IS A SERIOUS BUSINESS. 5. STUDYING IN STUDY HALL?6. ANGLES OR ANGELS? 7. ORATORS OF TOMORROW 8. CUTTING UP WHAT??? 9. THEY LIKE THE OFFICE 10. EXCUSE OUR DUST! 19SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP PRINCE OF PEACE WORLD AFFAIRS CONFERENCE VOCATIONAL AG. SCHOLARSHIPSTUDENT COUNCIL Purpose: To promote wholesome and efficient relationship between the student organizations and the faculty,to foster sentiment for law and order, to arouse a loyalty to Ada High School and her activities, and to develop a high appreciation of fine character. The Student Council meets twice a month to discuss and take action on school problems within their jurisdiction.Some of their projects this year included the Interclass contest and banquet, the Queen’s Ball, Junior high parties, and aid in the March of Dimes drive. STANDING: Nancy Allen; Jim Ramey, Vice President; Larry Greenwalt; Tom Fairburn; Allan Dobnicker, Treasurer; Alan Hetrick; Miss Crawford, Adviser SEATED: Tom Shanks; Marilyn Warthman, Secretary; Ann Lowry; Nancy Mansfield, President; Phyllis Gudakunst, George Hindall 22 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEEYEARBOOK STAFF JOYCE ANSPACH Business Manager CAROL KREGLOW Edi tor MISS CRAWFORD Adviser NANCY MANSFIELD Assistant Editor STAFF JERRY HOOPER Assistant Editor BOTTOM: Arlene Gilbert, Marlene Myers, Phyllis Earl, Linda Baker, Juanita Wirries, Elisabeth von Buchwaldt. TOP: Russell Truman, Jerry Koop, Helen Fleming, Sheila Simon, Harold Musser, Joyce Hawes, Mary James, Ronnie Motter. Arlene Gilbert.......... Helen Fleming........... Marlene Myers........... Joyce Hawes ............ Phyllis Earl........... Ronnie Motter .......... Linda Baker............. Jerry Koop.............. Russell Truman.......... Mary James ............. Elisabeth von Buchwaldt Harold Musser .......... Juanita Wirries......... Sheila Simon............ .Picture Editor Assistant Picture Editor .Write-Up Editor .Assistant Write-Up Editor .Sports Editor .Assistant Sports Editor .Artist .Letterer .Assistant Business Editor .Assistant Business Editor .Photographer .Photographer .Feature Editor .Assistant Feature Editor 23LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Motter, Exchange Editor; Sheila Simons, Circulation Manager; Joyce Hawes, Sports Editor; Joy Smith, Business Manager; Sally Smith, Editor; Linda Baker, News Editor; Susan Houser, Social Editor; Nancy Mansfield, Feature Editor STANDING: Viola Brown, Kenny Martin, Ass’t Sports Editor; Marian Stair; Lou Ann Parks SEATED: Esther Fleming, Inquiring Reporter; Judy Anspach, Ass’t Feature Editor; Laura Heller, Ass’t News Editor; Sharon Simons, Ass't Business Manager 24G. A. A. Juniors Seniors Freshmen Sophomores 25 Jo n ScoV President Chili Supper Off i cersHv-y Off vc rs LEFT TO RIGHT: Perry Klingler, Chaplain; Ronnie Jump, Treasurer; Sonny Bosch, Vice President; Jerry Hooper, Secretary; Jerry Marshall, President 26 •V 'J -jF. W. A. o«u« S? wvn j ? HOMEMa AMERICA 29F. T. A The members of the Future Teachers' Association try to prepare themselves for future teaching. Mrs. Hazel Tallman is the adviser with Ernie Boutwell,pre-sident;Llnda Baker,vice president;Joyce Hawes,secretary; and Valera Iams,treasurer . JR. RED CROSS The Jr. Red Cross is a part of the adult unit. Representatives are chosen from each class and Mrs. Underwood is the adviser. This club gives students a direct part in the work of the parent organization. LIBRARIANS This year, two students act as librarians during the eight periods of the day. They give help to students in finding reference material and choosing books.lt is the responsibility of these students also to keep shelves in order and to keep accurate records.This group is under the direction of Miss Crawford. 30LATIN CLUBS LATIN II CLUB NAME R.H.'S - - ROMANI HODIERNI TOP ROW: Miss Crawford-Adviser, Marilyn Bosse, Melvin Hopson, Helen Flemlng- President; Sheila Simons, Johnny Kramer, Nancy Brown, Sharon Simons-Secretary-Treasurer; Conrad Siferd. BOTTOM ROW: Brenda Collett, Deanna Staley, Sue Schindler-Vice-President; Mary James, Judy Anspach, Dorothy Ackerman, Dorothy Boutwell. ROMAN BANQUET IDES OF MARCH. MCMLV TOP ROW: SECOND ROW: BOTTOM ROW: ABSENT: Shirley Conley, Joyce Vanderaark, Lynda Morehart, Ann Lowry, Norman Noe, Cathy Shanks-President; Rosalie Dotson, Evelyn Stober. Miss Crawford-Adviser; Judy Siferd, Helen Main, Beverly Simmons, Gloria Sanders, Ruth Eckenrode, Esther Fleming, Patricia Marquart-Secretary. Kenny Failor, King Smith, Marsha Staley-Vice-President; Sara Crates, Arlene Moore, Barbara Goodwin. Glenn Fields-Treasurer LATIN I CLUB NAME ROMAN COUNCIL 311907 — INTERCLAS April 16, 1955 ORATION "Faith In Our Future" John Kramer "Peace, the Goal of Today’s Youth" Henry Schmitz "The Tomorrow of Society" Allan Dobnicker ESSAY "Glory of God" Nancy Brown "Our Growing Problem" Barbara Gunn "Freedom Through Education" Carol Kreglow SHORT STORY "Hear Me, Someone" Nancy Mansfield "Rise of Devil Island" Morris Shepherd "Denny's Victory" Helen Fleming READING "Brothers in Bedlam" Ronnie Motter "Ma at Homecoming" Sharon Simons "Tobias at the Oil Station" Ronnie JumpCONTEST 19 5 5 Interclass Banquet Presentation of Cup 33The Junior Play, "Father Knows Best", as presented on March 15 16, is as follows: Mr. Anderson ... Mrs. Anderson... Betty Anderson.. Kathy Anderson.. Bud Anderson ... Mr. Brinkworth . Ralph Brinkworth Patty Davis .... R rmona......... Allan Dobnicker Janie...........................Laura Heller Marilyn Warthman Mrs. Woolsy .................... Bonnie Amstutz Marlene Myers Mrs. Werably ................... Barbara Gunn Joy Smith Mrs. Jones ..................... Irene Marling Kenny Martin Officer Johnson................. Jerry Hooper Ronnie Motter Police Woman ................... Sally Miller Gene McClure Bud's Friend.................... Lowell Jump Della Moss Repairman.......................Morris Shepherd Marian Stair Betty had made a date with Ralph, a boy in her history class whom she had secretly admired. She didn't think that her father would mind, but when he found out he told Betty that she would have to stay home that night because the whole family was staying home.Kathy was also told that she had to stay home. As a result,she invited her friend Patty, over to spend the night. Bud invited his friends over to play basketball in the basement, and Mrs. Anderson had her Garden Club over to have a meeting. That afternoon, in the midst of the confusion,Mr. Brinkworth, who wanted to finish some unfinished business, came quite unexpectedly. It was then that Mr. Anderson found out that it was his son that was to have a date with Betty. Having decided to go to the dance against her father's will, Betty was reported missing and the police were sent after her. Many complications resulted, but Mr. Anderson finally got everything straightened out. 34SENIOR CLASS PLAY Cast of Characters Jane ........ Sally........ Agnes ....... Andrew Cutler Nettie Cutler Mr. Ahern ... Jin.......... Rose Tilton.. .Joyce Hawes .Sally Smith Elisabeth von Buchwaldt Ronnie Jump Joyce Anspach John Marshall Henry Schmitz Carolyn Klingler Mrs. Tilton....... Josie Tilton...... Elroy............. George ........... Marcia ........... Cindy Collins .... Marilyn .......... Lt. Bob Cunningham Jeannette Moorman Wilma Knell Tom Fairburn Jack Irwin Sara Traucht Pat Sanders Dianne Florida Dean Baker The three-act comedy is centered around the Senior Dance, only eleven days away, and Jane and Sclly still have no dates.Their worries are only beginning, for Sally's house guest.Marcia, snares one man right after another with the old "go-gettern" tactics. That is, everyone except Elroy,who is constantly practicing the shotput.but who isn't as dumb as he seems.Then the home front girls get reinforcements, for Cindy arrives—horn, bow, bag, and self. Cindy is a movie fan and ready to solve any problem on the basis of how Ginger Rogers landed Fred Astaire. By the time George and Marcia get back from the show, Jane, rigged out in her mother's loveliest negligee, powdered dead white,and apparently close to death is stretched out artistically on the sofa. George is scared-till Marcia suggests that Jane has mumps. Then Elroy puts the shot into the prize carnation bed,and what started as a mild worry about who dates whom to the Senior Dance, becomes a war of dads and carnations, shot-puts, mumps, and movies. 35G. A. A. Court F. H. A« Couri: Latin 8t Queen 36FOOTBALL SQUAD OF '54 Third Row: Coach Strasbaugh, Bob Wyss, Bob Runser, Bobby Daniels, Larry Tabor, Roland Anspach, Glenn Fields, Tommy Bosch, Ronnie Smith, Lowell Musser, Max Rambo, Coach Reese Second Row: Charlie Boutwell, Bob Klingler, Ronnie Jump, Buzz Marshall, Ernie Boutwell, Tom Fairborn, Jim Curtis, Jack Irwin, Perry Klingler, Kent Staley, John Van Atta, David Godderz, Dick Ladd First Row: Alan Hetrick, John Kramer, Don Fisher, Jerry Hooper, John Amstutz, Jack Fensler, Gene McClure, Gary Brown, Justin Dearth, Fred Hubbell, Joe Goodwin, Howard Umphress COACH REESE SEASON RECORD Ada 0 .............Preview 0 Ada 21 .............Wapakoneta 12 Ada 34 .............Bluffton 0 Ada 36 .............Spencerville 12 Ada 0 .............Carey 21 Ada 27 .............st. Rose 0 Ada 16 .............Kenton 13 Ada 34 .............Lafayette 7 Ada 27 .............Forest 20 Total Points........Ada 195. .Opponents . 85 Won 7 Lost 1 C0ACH strasbaugh 38Kent Gary Tom 39 Jack Van Charlie Jack John Jud Oich Ernie Sok Jim LeTTERMEN of 54 (3uri Captain Ronnie ft SENIOR SQUAD BACK ROW: Tom Fairburn, Jim Curtis, Ernie Boutwell. FRONT ROW: Coach Strausbaugh, Ron Jump, Jerry Marshall, Jack Irwin, Perry Klingler, Coach Reese. JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD BACK ROW: Coach Swinney, Tom Wilson, Danny Gunn Dennis Anspach Donald Moser Don Nichols, Gary Simon, Tom Lowry Bob Chrismer, George Hindall, Jerry Smith, Duane Fletcher. MIDDLE ROW: David McCool, Charles Epley, Archie Rodgers, Wayne Plummer, Dick Wyss, Jerry English, Tom Truman, Scott Moore. Edmund Hackworth, Marvin Curtis, Tom Starrett. FRONT ROW: Richard Cook, Paul Shafer, Carl Duffy, Eddie Simmons, Dennis lams, Don Staley, Ron Rayl, Leonard Earl, Larry Gunn, Estel Brown. 40HOMECOMING 4 1W IV CuS O ra £ CD U C D % a $ CO T3 c 3 -c ci •ps T3 • O w« is 3 i«! . c to a § a 5 -T3 g - I T3 V m r £ .fa sf Jr I2|i s||i 03 ra , 8 .' GO a . ? .52 u ■ A- « « T1 4 TJ « C 2 4) J N‘ ADA DEFEATS ■ 3 3 3 g C h ' 4) S3 . "3 S S?S •3 flj T3 •g TJ «m to C |_, i s c - c to «8 Is ► O. O — C «j 5 a o a 2 « J]' • " a «j is « S ■o -S a a x ■3 1 § -g 3 • c;S2 g E 8°.g S| i »0 O 0) q % UNDEFEATED s '"C 'S5 tu . V. '« %“V. »»"4 oo' ' e. • c3. •? v9’ vVS 5 - 3?J ctv’ LtO CC'vC M'cT, f =r f 3 132 S A Na -?V , - ?us f 5« a d . 5 3 •—' V O «M Si|i “. Is 1 « C JS 3 -=3 = S S -“ 2 .M to .£ x J2 41 „« C O ! . 1 .1 4) a 4) B -' . loss e t0 aavocA £ s° A » " • v £ »$ :vw M v C X ' ,%v ? vVv% Vef 9; o„Ss,. Vi I Q. .= 2 2 2. — . 3 ? -. H 3 «“ • •D c 2 O in ft TV 5 B 3 5 a 5 ftj to i . 3 o 1 0 - “ to to fi5 rf £o 3 ' tJ » 3 O 2 •3 s fw I ? 3 3 ?T to S 1! B 3 «. ° 2 2 g § 3 S §■« ’ j' S 1 was this season’s V „ “4 A ing 209 points in 14 Y4 ________________________ „ Ada Wins Twas January 11 and Ad.' reason to cheer. Both the and Varsity teams turne d liant performances and ° games with the LaFa The Reserves T with a final scor-end of the first hit, w ing by one point, v, second half the sparks did Ada. Many exciting were had by both sides a final score was a little too cli comfort. Dearth was high with 21, and Hooper was heels with 18. Welch Wolves high netter with The Varsity team wa successful. The Bulldogs way and when the buzzi the Ada five were a score of 77-56. A] Ada’s high point m points. C. Boutwell was second with 19 and Jim Curtis was third with 17 points. Truex marked up 14 points for LaFayette. The Ada Reserves record Is 4 and 7. The Ada Varsity now have a record of 5 and 8, counting the 2 car nival games at Belle Center during Christmas vacation. .•er with a total of 157 points ,n average of 11 points per i '55 to, °3s ■stoo? ‘aving an average of ’NijC game- , 'V ander was second high _ Ring 171 points and an Sfift tff S f 12 points per game tfattr Sr’ Boutwell was third high-°Q r . y°M,. °i . i '(Jr$ urt s was fourth with 129 points , 14 games and an average of 9 Ofy ,0' ’ts per game e Varsity Bulldogs scored a to-vV t-r 889 points this season com- xOtve with 872 points scored against -cin. The Reserves scored a total ?22 points with 636 points being against them. c,c e, ’arsity won 6 and lost 8 . - - c aserves won 5 and lost 9. 'b’as the top scorer for ° v. s . £ • season. He totaled an average of J. Hooper was scorer with 140 average of 10 points Staley were third urth with 114 and 69 respec- to -► (3 E3 • S' iQ SlS B 3S-|S5dl5q3S g, o- 3 ■ s.? U » a 9 S. S. if I ■ Q, W g V II o g 2. a o- » a ££5 to —1 3 Jl’ q, ft q, O p Sw r4 S' O H» ST CL C 3 1 2.1 § SS2.S1.1 33 "a- » J 5 a . 4- O n" O ? 2 » o 'S p- cr • " j 5 3 C Bt 42BASKETBALL LETTERMEN Bull Carlin SEASON RECORD Ada 70-57 Shawnee Ada 71-58 Upper Sandusky Ada 51-66 St. Rose Ada 53-71 Wapakoneta Ada 72-73 Van Wert Ada 67-65 Forest Ada 55-63 Bluffton Ada 66-83 St. Marys Ada 75-62 Carey Ada 77-56 LaFsyette Ada 55-61 Hardin Northern Ada 61-64 Kenton Ada 41-57 Delphos Jefferson Ada 75-36 SpencervlIlo Ada 69-31 Wapakoneta St. Joe Ada 50-51 Bluffton Tournament 43 Cr nit C( ArU(VARSITY SQUAD Row 2: Coach Lowell C. Boutwell, Mgr. Bottom Row: Mgr. J. E. Boutwell, Mgr. Reese. B. Kllngler, R . Klingler. Irwin, J. Marshall, J. Ams tutz. J. Hooper, J. Fensler, J. Van Atta, B. Alexander, T. Fairburn, J. Curtis, RESERVE SQUAD Row 2: Mgr. R. Klingler, L. Jump, L. Greenawalt, Coach Charles Strasbaugh, R. Wyss, T. Bosch. Mgr., J. Amstutz. Bottom Row: A. Hetrick, K. Staley, G. McClure, R. Runser. 44FRESHMAN SQUAD STANDING: Don Gardner, Lynn Boutwell, Roland Anspach, Tom Bosch SEATED: Larry Tabor, Bob Wyss, Bob Runser, Larry Carey JUNIOR HIGH SQUAD STANDING: Jerry Rayl, Archie Rodgers, Bobby Chrisraer, Tom Lowry, George Hindall SEATED: Jimmy Bucher, Leonard Earl, Ronnie Rayl, Edmond Hackworth, Steve Hindall, Scotty Moore 45Sports Around School Wr i K«ij Arch fry Girls1 (b $ fiftfeall T mCheerlc dcrs R.«a rv« 47BASEBALL TOP ROW: Dick Ladd, John VanAtta, Gary Brown, Dave Godderz. BOTTOM ROW: Charlie Boutwell, Gene McClure, Jack Fensler, Alan Hetrick. 48 TOP ROW: John VanAtta, Charlie Boutwell, Dave Parshall, Gene McClure, Steve Cole, Jerry Hooper. BOTTOM ROW: John Marshall, Sonny Bosch, Perry Klingler, Dick Ladd, Kenny Martin. TRACKC flora I Officer frQifc m fi 50Junior Hi$h Chorus 5180 PR A NO SENIOR HIGH CONTEST Lima Central High School-March 12, 1955 SELECTION RATING Joyce Hawea Marilyn Murray MKZ£0 -SOPRANO Marilyn Hoaae ALTO Arlene Moore f NOR Henry Sohmita HASS Paul Allen John Amstuta Freshman Ensemble Sopkhomore Trio Into the Night II Will You Remember III When The Roses Bloom III When The Birds Go North Again IV Yours Is My Heart Alone II Myself When Young I The Pilgrim’s Song II Little China Figure II The Little Sandman III Treasurer President tta G an3 reSENIOR PERSONALITIES NAME FAVORITE SONS FAVORITE EXPRESSION AMBITION REMEMBERED FOR M. Agin J. Allen P. Allen J. Anspach D. Baker L. Baker S. Boach E. Boutwell N. Burman M. Caaper j. Curtia P. Decker M. Dudgeon P. Earl T. Falrburn D. Florida P. Gudakunat F. Harah J. Hawes H. Henry L. Hetrick S. Houaer L. Hubbell V. Ians J. I rein C. Jump R. Jump P. Kllngler C. Kllngler B. Kipker V. Knell C. Kreglow M. Ludvig B. Lawson N. Mansfield B. Marshall J. Marshall J. Moorman H. Musaer B. Orders J. Ramey P. Sanders H. Schmitz M. Schvark J. Scott C. Simon J. Smith S. Smith H. Spallinger M. Tinnier S. Traucht E. voa Buchvaldt L. Webb High and the Mighty Earth Angel Sincerely Medlody of Love A.B.C. Boogie Moonlight Serenade Let me Go, Lover Naughty Lady of Shady Lane Hearts of Stone The Happy Wanderer Hearts of Stone Let Me Go, Lover Let Me Go, Lover String of Pearls Mister Sandman September Song Sincerely Sincerely Moonlight Serenade Let Me Go, Lover That's All I Want From You Melody of Love A.B.C. Boogie My Own True Love Strii of Pearls Sincerely Earth Angel This Old House Thafs All I Want From You That's All I Want From You That's All I want From You I Only Have Eyes For You Ko-Ko-Mo My Own True Love Dancing in Dark String of Pearls It's A Women's World Hearts of Stone A.B.C. Boogie Mister Sandman Sincerely Stardust That's All I Want From you Hearts of Stone Sincerely My Sunshine Night and Day That's All I Want From you Mood Indigo Sweetheart This Old House Mister Sandman My Own True Love All rlghtle Go Bomb Yourself I Don't Be That Wayl Oh, dang it! 1 give upt Don't get smart! Aw, heck! What do you want me to do about ir You don't say? Serious? I don't know Fiddle sticks! Oh, George! Oh, shoot! Oh, heckl Really? Tut, tut I don't care In a sense You better believe It! It must be nice! Joke! How should I know? Mercy! Say it! Oh, you silly thing! Hi, there! You wanna bet? Oh, boy! Pretty good! Do you now? Jcepers! Well? Gosh! Oh, for pity sakes! Oh, yea? I give up! Pretty good! Who ask you? Pretty good! Guess what? Gosundheit! Have you got that right? Joke, Joke! Wouldn't that kill you? Big deal! Eeokt Maybe tomorrow! You know what? Well, for pity sake! My gosh! Oh, golly! Teacher Commercial Pilot Singer Nurse High rank in "Service" Stewardess To graduate Coach Secretary to the President To own a fishing resort Coach Housewife Nurse Housewlfe To go to college To be a success Secretary Housewife Teacher Farmer Nurse Nurse Game Warden Elementary Teacher Engineer Secretary To be six feet tall Farmer Surgical Technician To marry Ronnie Teacher Teacher Housewife Housewife Nurse Coach To be a model Co. Manager Nurse Newspaper photographer To live on a farm Stewardess Teacher Art Teacher Teacher Stewardess Missionary teacher To go to Paris Millionaire farmer Social worker Actress-dancer To become acquainted with different countries. To be a lawyer Quietness Absences from school Singing ability All her boyfriends His bandaged head Her old Plymouth Shortness Sports ability Friendliness Motor scooters His laugh Taking attendance in home room Friendliness Buzz's shadow Know-how In Chemistry clsss Hair spray Student Council Rep. Chewing Gum Singing ability His out-of-town girls Tallness Location of her locker Shooting Matches Friendliness His girl friend Shortness Real gone "cat" Yellow convertible Her laugh Driving Ronnie's car Her natural curly hair Homecoming queen First to get married Her accent Piano ability Sports ability Med convertible Freckles Taking pictures Her initials (B.O.) Easy to get along with College boys Class spirit Washing dishes st Chill supper Happy-go-lucky-attitude Her walk Boyfriend troubles Class president Quietness Quietness Gullibleness German Exchange Student Her hair J. Wlrrles Crlmlnentlies! 56 To marry Willard First to get a diamond ringJUNIOR FEATURE ) oiliest Most Gftskful Flirts Ussiest Lockers host Dijoifie 57 OrAt'iest JokesSOPHOMORE EPITAPHS Here lies Byron Baughman, so cute and pert, Who drank some of his concoctions as a soda Jerk. Sharon Simons with her mouth open wide, yelled too hard for Charlie's side. Helen Fleming went all to pieces from staring too hard at Bob Leece (s). This is the story of poor Jean Hawes, Who saw cute Ed and forgot the traffic laws. Nancy Brown when she learned to play the flute, forgot the sound of a car horn's toot. When the tardy bell rang, poor Freddie Hubble, knew Miss Crawford awaited with trouble. Will Howard Umphress ever learn, that gasoline plus matches will always burn? Nancy Allen, who sang like a lark., got lost in the suburbs of New Stark. John Kramer, smart as they come, got all twisted up in his bubble gum. Here is the epitaph of poor Sally Neal, who tried to stop her Dad's big tractor wheel. Here lies Allen Hetrick so good in sports, who forgot to turn in an English report. Here lies Sheila Simons, who one fine day, saw cute Harold and had her heart stolen away. This is in memory of poor Alice Reams, the result of the backfiring of one of her schemes. Poor Melvin Hopson with his cute Southern drawl, will go down in history for always being on the ball. Poor Ernie Dudgeon so tall, dark, and handsome, forgot Dorothy Boutwell was as strong as Sampson. FRESHMAN FEATURE CAN YOU IMAGINE Wayne Smith ...... Doris Simon Jim Wirries Helen Main Robert Runser Blanche McCafferty Tommy Bosch....... Robert Wyss Ronnie Dearth..... Glen Fields....... Norman Noe Betty Linderman. Ronnie Smith Marilyn Murray Rolland Anspach Viola Brown....... Lowell Musser..... Shirley LaRue Robert Ziramerly Donald Gunn Ruth Fox Larry Tabor Larry Carey Robert Daniels Evelyn Stober Louis Kipker...... Ann Lowery Eddie Marling Sara Crates Rex Klingler Marsha Staley Ralph Amstutz Karen S taley Donald Gardner Billy Legg as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as . as as as as as as .as Snuffy Blondie Dagwood Cookie Alexander Lulu Henry Superman Major Hoople Mighty Mouse Phantom Iodine Archie Veronica Jughead Boots Rex Morgan June Steve Canyon Little Abner Daisy Mae Humphrey Red Ryder Jiggs Maggie Tarzan Olive Popeye Myrtle Ozzie Nelson Harriet Nelson Rock Hudson Doris Day Jackie Gleason Eddie Fisher 58WE WONT FORGET E-doon Hackworth's devilishness I-rene Plummer's dancing at the Armory G-eorge Hindall's cuteness H-ilarity at the Jr. High Parties T-eresa's French horn H-earty meals from the cafeteria G-eorgia Allen's dancing ability R-onnie Rayl's sportsmanship A-rdyth»s solos in chorus D-ick Woofter and his maps E-nergy of our president, Tom C-larence Campbell's fights L-ou Ann's ability to catch boys A-fine class S-ue Ping's impersonations S-herry's baton twirling 0- ur faithful advisers, Weston and Kreglow F-riendliness of Scotty Moore 1- 959 we graduate 9-months of school work and fun 5-officers of our class 9-vacations during the year. SEVENTH GRADE CHARACTERISTICS NAME HOBBY FAVORITE SPORT PET PEEVE Estel Brown Horses Football English Richard Cook Stamps Football English Lonnie Boutwell Horseback riding Swimming Dusting furniture Jerry English Hunting and Fishing Football English Maxine Fleming Playing a horn Football Washing dishes David Fleming Collecting flag stamps Baseball School Earlene Fields Swimming Basketball English Kay Marling Collecting Bazooka comics Swimming English Joyce Hauenstein Dancing Basketball Washing dishes Dennis lams Football cards Football English Tom Shanks Playing a norn Basketball Peas Tom Starett Hunting Football School Barbara Gilbert Post cards Swimming Washing dishes Karl Simon Trains Swimming English Robert Maloney Making Bottles Swimming His brother Patricia Kipker Collecting dolls Swimming Cleaning bedroom Steve Hindall Hunting and fishing Basketball Writing Dennis Anspach Collecting pencils Basketball English Eddie Simmons Making models Football English Judy Yinger Swimming Basketball English Tom Lowry Boats Football Girls Jean Traucht Playing accordian Basketball Feeding sheep Jim Vandemark Trains Basketball Math Paula Stove Collecting miniatures Swimming Cleaning vacuum cleaner Bernice Webb Records Basketball School Pamela Shadley Collecting dolls Basketball Geography Vicki Bennett Records Baseball School 5960S u9 r - Grove i t e s frosin G u rs Surprise Senior flusiclaAt F. H. A. G an9ut Them! Y-Teen Sack Supper Lunch Line Y-T « Party Cocks ? GonvaUscentSCHOOL CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 7 School started 10 Football Preview at Findlay Vo. Ag. field trip to Wooster 17 Football game with Wapak 24 Football game with Bluffton OCTOBER 1 Football game with Spencervllle No school 8 Football game with Carey 16 Football game with St. Rose 19 Hi-Y and Y-Teen Potluck 22 Football game with Kenton, Homecoming 23 Queen's Ball 28 Football game with Lafayette 29 No school NWOTA NOVEMBER 1 Senior pictures taken 4 Y-Teen Sack Supper 5 Football game with Forest 10 Assembly, Safety Film 11 Jr. High Party 16 Football Banquet 18 Senior Class Play 19 Senior Class Play 24 Hi-Y and Y-Teen Bobbi-Hop Dance 25 No school. Thanksgiving 26 No school. Basketball game with Shawnee DECEMBER 2 Basketball game with St. Rose 7 Basketball game with Wapak 10 Basketball game with Van Wert 14 Basketball game at Forest 17 Basketball game with Bluffton 21 Band Concert 22 School dismissed, Christmas vacation 28 Basketball Carnival 30 Basketball Carnival JANUARY 3 School re-opened 4 Basketball game with St. Marys 7 Basketball game with Carey 11 Basketball game with Lafayette 14 Jr. High Concert 15 Basketball game with Hardin-Northern 21 Basketball game with Kenton 22 Sr. Class Chili Supper 26 Community Institute 28 Basketball game at Delphos Jefferson 29 Senior Scholarship Test FEBRUARY 1 Basketball game with Spencervllle 4 Group pictures 12 G.A.A. Valentine Dance 15 Basketball Tournament 18 Disc Jockey Dance 19 Basketball Tournament 22 School dismissed, Washington's Birthday 23 Y-Teen Mother-Daughter Banquet MARCH 3 F .F .A . Father-Son Banquet 4 Assembly, ONU Chorus 15 Roman Banquet F.F.A. Parliamentary Procedure Contest 17 Junior Class Play 18 Junior Class Play 26 F.H.A. Formal Dance 29 Assembly APRIL 8 No school, Good Friday 15 Interclass Contest 16 Interclass Banquet 22 Dance Revue 23 Jr. High Party 29 Spring Concert MAY 6 Instrumental Concert 10 Seniors leave on trip 15 Seniors come back 19 Senior final exams 21 Junior-Senior Prom 22 Baccalaureate 24 Class Night 26 Commencement 62CLASS HISTORY Just twelve short years ago our class started down a new pathway. This pathway was education, which brought fun, knowledge, and of course hard work along with It. We had one goal In mind and that was to graduate from high school. In September, 1943, 44 members of the present class entered the North Building to begin their school career. Miss Reese and Miss Rosser began to teach us the fundamentals of reading, 'riling, and 'rlthmetlc. We received little cards known to us as grade cards which told how we were doing. Some of us were proud and some of us were not but we all were happy about the last one as It showed us we had been promoted to the 2nd grade. September, 1944—'We were back in the North Building as 2nd graders. This year we had Miss Whitworth and Miss Breese to help us along. We added spelling to our list of studies and also learned to write instead of print. September, 1945—Our 3rd grade year proved to be one of a lot of memories. Miss Marian Crawford and Mrs. Mayhorn were our patient teachers,who tried to teach us multipli- cation and division. Our class helped put on an operetta called "Honey Pirates" so naturally we began to think we were quite important. September, 1946—As 4th graders we found ourselves assigned to Mrs. Young and Mrs. Runser. This year began to be a little more difficult as we had more studies of which geography was one. As one of our projects, each section presented a play.One was"Han-sel and Gretel", and the other the "Golden Goose". September, 1947-—Mrs. Hites and Miss McWilliams had us to worry about as 5th graders. Once again an operetta, "The Forest Court", was presented in which a few of our class mates were able to participate. This year we were permitted to play games in the gym during the noon hour. At last spring arrived and we found we had been promoted to the 6th grade. September, 1948---At last we were the oldest in the grade school so we felt we were pretty grown up. Miss Zuspan and Mr. Zimmerman were our teachers this year and it was the first time that we ever had changed classes. As one of our duties, several of the boys in our class were able to serve on the "Safety Patrol". On May 25th,1949 Commencement exercises were held for a 64 member class receiving diplomas saying we had com-mpleted our grade school career and were now ready to begin our high school life. September, 1949—We entered the High School as 7th graders. Thinking we were very big, but looked upon as small, we struggled through the year. With Mrs. Remsburg and Mr. Sprunger as our home room advisers, we elected the following class officers: President, Helen Malone; Vice President, Beverly Orders; and Secretary-Treasurer, Ernie Boutwell. It was this year that we presented our first assembly. It was a radio skit entitled , "Macsprang Tea". September, 1950—Eighth grade. Mr. Sanderson and Mr. Sprunger led us in our final year of Junior High. We selected the following as our class officers that year: Pres- ident, Ernie Boutwell; Vice-President, Helen Malone; and Secretary-Treasurer, Jeaneen Wlrries. We were a lot more active this year, taking part in chorus, playing in the gym at noons and having the privilege of taking the 8th grade tests. September, 1951—Ninth grade. At last we were considered officially part of the Senior High. This year we were allowed to Join various clubs and also to be included in the senior high parties and dances. Mrs. Tpllman and Mrs. Underwood were our homeroom advisers. Our class officers were: President, Carol Kreglow; Vice President, Val- era lams ; Secretary, Sue Houser; and Treasurer, Norma Burman. Margaret Dudgeon from Cory Rawson came into our class this year. September, 1952—We stepped up one more step into the tenth grade. This year was a big year to most of us as we were now able to participate in the Interclass Contest. Our contestants were: Oration, Linda Coburn; Essay, Carol Kreglow; Reading, Sally Smith; and Short Story, Linda Baker. Although we didn't win, we surely gave them competition. The following three members were added to our class: Henry Schmitz from Germany, Barba- ra Lawson from West Virginia, and James Ramey from Roundhead. We were able to Join two more clubs, those being Hi-Y and Y-Teens, Our class officers were: President, Jerry Mar- shall; Vice President, Morgan Garver; Secretary; Buddy Routson; and Treasurer,Joyce Ans-psch. Our advisers were Mrs. Long and Miss Lealrd. September, 1953—Eleventh Grade. As Juniors in high school, we now had to face many problems and much hard work for it was this year that we put on the prom for the seniors. We sold candy and memory books, had bakesales , saved tax stamps, had skating parties,and sponsored a Chill Supper. At last on May 15th we had the prom with the theme "Cinderella's Ball". Also we presented our class play which was entitled, "Hillbilly Weddin'", under the direction of Bill Keeling.Something new was added this year and that was that every Junior was now sporting a shiny, new class ring. Our class officers were: President, Joyce Anspach; Vice President, Ernie Boutwell; Secretary, Nancy Mansfleld;and Treasurer, Barbara Lawson, Our class sponsors were Mr. Reese and Mrs. Wright. We had some fine interclass contestants this year; Oration; James Ramey; Essay, Carol Kreglow; Readli , Ronnie Jump; and Short Story, Linda Baker. We didn't win Interclass,but it was by the very "thinnest" of margins. Tom Fairburn from Lima Shawnee Joined our class and Paul and Joe Allen rejoined it after going to school in Washington for a year. September, 1954—And we attended Ada High School for the last year, as at last we had reached part of our goal,--------------SENIORS. ,Thls year we selected Sally Smith as president; Tom Fairburn, vice president; Joyce Anspach, secretary; and Leah Hetrick as treasurer. We all worked very hard selling magazine subscriptions, holding bakesales, and cookie sales, sponsoring suppers and saving tax stamps. The goal of all this was our trip to New York in May. Elisabeth von Buchwaldt, a German exchange student,Jolned our class this year. Margaret Schwarck from Van Wert also started out with us in our year. Our class play this year was entitled, " STRICTLY FORMAL ". Our class 63advisers were Miss Crawford and Mrs. Ritchey. April 15th was a big day of suspense for it was the Interclass Contest. Our contestants—Henry Schmitz giving the oration, Carol Kreglow the essay, Nancy Mansfield, the short story, and Ronnie Jump the reading-all did a fine Job. On May 11, members of our class left for New York, an experience we shall never forget. We are now 8t the last page of a wonderful book of memories. We bid farewell to a wonderful school and teachers. Written by: Joyce Anspach John Marshall CLASS PROPHECY It is now May 2(5, 1965, Just 10 years since the now-famous 1955 class graduated from Ada High School in Ada, Ohio. The Ada Herald has Just printed a special paper concerning all the facts about this well-known class which has gathered so much fame in such a short time. MARY L01 AGIN is now the nation's first woman chicken-ranch owner. She is taking all the orders for the President of the United States. JOSEPH ALLEN has now worked his way up into the position of General in the Armed Forces which have been responsible for the victory in the last two World Wars. PAUL ALLEN has become a renowned singer in the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City, his latest song being, "Ada Blues". JOYCE ANSPACH after becoming Director of Nurses at Toledo Hospital,has decided to get married and settle down after her long career. DEAN BAKER decided to become a millionaire the easy way by inventing a colored-ice cube maker. LINDA BAKER after working for five years as a stewardess on the Pan-American Airlines,has taken a Job with the Trans World Airlines, which makes regular flights from Paris to Ada. EDWARD BOSCH has Just accepted a position at Harvard University as Professor of Industrial Arts. He graduated a year ago from Ohio Northern with high distinction. ERNEST BOUTWELL Just finished a victorious season as head basketball coach at Miami University. They had 26 wins and 1 loss. NORMA BURMAN and her famous "Girl Galavanters", have Just captured the honor of being the only girl's team to ever best the "Globetrotters". MAX CASPER has just bought out the Cloverfarm chain of grocery stores and is now making plans for expansion. JAMES CURTIS, who has been making his career in the Marine Corps, has Just recently been promoted to Captain. PATSY DECKER is enjoying married life with Jack Fancher and their "sextuplets" have come home from the hospital and are doing fine. MARGARET DUDGEON is now the head typist in the offices of the Secretary of State. This week she is to be promoted to the position of his personal secretary. PHYLLIS EARL is giving her Dad competition since she now owns the largest chain of hardwares in the country. The only difference in the family name is Earl Jr.'s Hardware . THOMAS FAIRBURN after being voted tne most intelligent since Einstein, has completed a study of outer space and it .5 now proven that it is possible to take a spaceship trip to Mars for the price of one dollar. DIANNE FLORIDA is the manager of a Lonely Hearts Club up at Ohio Northern University. PHYLLIS GUDAKUNST, who was always attracted to beautiful cars, has gained much fame In being the only woman in the world to own six new cars at one time. FRANCES HARSH is having an open house to show her push-button control home. JOYCE HAWES,with a group from Hollywood,has Just finished an overseas trip,where they entertained our servicemen. She was so well enjoyed that now she has been offered a contract to sing on the "Hit Parade", replacing Dorothy Collins. HAROLD HENRY represented the United States this year at the World Fair.His new type hybrid corn wo.i first place. LEAH HETRICK and her husband are running a hotel at Miami Beach, Florida and have entertained some of the most famous people in the world. SUSAN HOUSER after graduating from Toledo Hospital, accepted a position as head nurse at the Children's Hospital in Cincinm.'i, Ohio. LARRY HUBP5LL is now owner of the HUBBELL LUMBER CO. stores all over Ohio. He also writes a series of articles for a sports magazine concerning the technique of hunting coons. BEVERLY ORDERS is teaching Horae Economics at Ada High School and has been voted the most outstanding teacher of ihe year. For the story, look in Life Magazine. VALERA IAMS who has become so well known for her delightful baked goods, is now planning tne expansion of he 500 bakeries thruout the country JACK IRWI.i has just opened a garage and their specialty is customizing your car in one day. Everyone is taking business to his shop. CLARICE JUMP is leading a very exciting life since her appointment to the President's staff of personal secretaries. She held a celebration at the White House this week in honor of her 5th wedding anniversary. RONALD JUMP was cited last year in the Ada Herald as being the one farmer in the United States to own or.3 million acres of land. It is rumored that he now owns a purple and gold 1965 Jaguar BARBARA KIPKER was pictured in tho lsst issue of the Ladies Home Journal as being Mrs. America, who runs a model hc.ae with four lovely children. 64CAROLYN KLINGLER is busy trying to be a mother and helping her husband keep in good shape the books of his Radio Shop. WILMA KNELL is enjoying the honor of being the only woman ever to be a candidate for President of the United States. It looks like a new development. CAROL KREGLX2W after graduating from Ohio State with honors and teaching school for eight years has been promoted to superintendent of Ada High School. NANCY MANSFIELD not only graduated from Nursing School, but is now traveling over the country giving piano concerts. She will make her debut on TV on the Llberace program. JOHN MARSHALL after serving as head of the Parts Department in General Motors, has been appointed as Vice President of the company. He will arrive in Ada this month to try to promote sales in this area. JERRY MARSHALL is the editor of a Joke magazine entitled, "Best Laughs of "65 . He is also the teacher of the driver training course at Ada High School. JEANNETTE MOORMAN after graduating from nursing, went into experimental school and has now discovered a new freckle remover. HAROLD MUSSER is the owner of all the filling stations in Ada, now, and also owns photo service whose slogan is: "Pictures While You Wait . BARBARA LAWSON is rumored to have broken her engagement to the wealthy Ambassador to ranee. She is well known in society for giving large suns of money to charity. JAMES RAMEY has Just bought the Krogei Company and will manage the store in Ada. He nd Max Casper are in a race to see who can give the most competition. PATRICIA SANDERS is the stewardess on the private plane of the President of the O.K. Manufacturing Company. They recently flew to Hawaii for a vacation. HENRY SCHMITZ is giving to the General Assembly of the United Nations,a series of orations which have to do with World Peace. MARGARET SCHWARCK recently became the first woman mayor in Van Wert.Ohio.She won by a land slide. JOAN SCOTT is on her way to defend her title of Women's Championship swimmer in the National Olympics. CAROL SIMON was recently on a world - wide T V show displaying the new hair styles of 1965 JUDY SMITH is celebrating the sale of her millionth copy of her latest book entitled, "Courtesy At Its Best". SALLY SMITH is now helping her husband, a registered pharmicist,in their drugstore.She was voted president of Business and Professional Women's Club this year. HERBERT SPALLINGER is enjoying his second million from his latest invention of a new way to fertilize your land. MARIANNE TINSLER since making her home in New Mexico, has just bought a share in one of the largest oil wells and it looks very profitable. SARA TRAUCHT has made her debut in Hollywood California and is among the fast-rising stars on their way to success. Her latest picutre is "Footloose and Fancy Free". ELISABETH VON BUCHWALDT has returned to her home country, Germany, where she has accepted a position as a teacher of the English language. LAVERNE WEBB, in a recent bathing beauty contest in Columbus, gained first place and will enter the Miss America Contest as Miss Ohio. JUANITA WIRRIES who has been enjoying married life for ten years now, spoke at the Nation Mother's Study Club on "How to Raise Children and Enjoy It". Written by: Susan Houser James Ramey CLASS WILL We, the class of '55, being of superior intelligence and extremely sound of mind, leave this our last will and testament before we depart from Ada High School and Miss Crawford, never to bother her again. SECTION I ARTICLE I To Ada High School, we leave the following: 1. Our intelligence (?) 2. Our excellent records in scholastic standing and sports 3. All our works of art on the desks and wall 4. Sixteen rejoicing teachers. To the Junior Class, we leave the following: 1. Our empty, hard-earned treasury 2. The privilege of sitting in the front rows of all assemblies 3. The "fun" of raising enough money for a Senior trip. 4. The privilege of being sophisticated "Seniors". To all the teachers, we leave our sincere thanks and gratitude for preparing us for the tasks that lie ahead. SECTION II ARTICLE I HAROLD MUSSER leaves his ability to take "neat" pictures to anyone who has enough money to buy the film. 65SARA TRAUCHT wills her dreams about Hollywood to any Junior girl who can endure sleepless nights. PERRY KLINGLER leaves his ability to "forget assignments" to anyone who likes another year of school. To Nancy Allen, CAROL SIMON leaves her bottles of peroxide. JOAN SCOTT wills her ability to get sick,and have a nice vacation to anyone who doesn't like school. MAX CASPER wills his "Physique" to DeWayne Fletcher. MARY LUDWIG leaves to assume her responsibilities as a homemaker. CAROLYN XLINGLER leaves her laugh to Carol Gardner to echo for another year in the halls and rooms of Ada Hi. MARGARET SCHWARCK leaves her art ability to Jerry Koop for use on the annual next year. FRANCES HARSH leaves her loads of chewed gum to Mrs. Underwood. LAVERNE WEBB wills her numerous headaches about finding second gear to next years driver's training class. TOM FAIRBURN leaves his "Athletic Build" to Butch LaRue. SUE HOUSER leaves her quiet retreats to those who think they won't get caught. BARBARA KIPKER leaves her diamond right where it is. JUDY SMITH leaves her boy troubles to anyone who wants them. DIANNE FLORIDA leaves her pocketbook to anyone with enough muscles to carryit around. PATSY DECKER leaves all her trips to McGuffey to Roberta Fleming and Sally Miller. JOHN MARSHALL leaves his Buick to anyone who can afford to buy gas for it. PAUL ALLEN leaves his superior ratings at contests to John Amstutz. May he use it well. JUANITA WIRRIES leaves to become Mrs. Bailey. NORMA BURMAN leaves her sports ability to Teresa Tallman. JACK IRWIN reluctantly leaves Marian to anyone who can afford to supply her with enough food. JIM RAMEY wills his quiet ways and nice personality to Gary Brown. WILMA KNELL wills her ability to place in scholarship tests to anyone with enough brains. JOYCE ANSPACH leaves all her giggles and practical jokes to Vivian Harmon. VALERA IAMS leaves all her colds to anyone who can afford Kleenex. HERBERT SPALLINGER leaves Ada Hi to marry Wilma and raise "cattle". JOE ALLEN passes on his "friendship with truant officers to Jack Fensler. CAROL KREGLOW leaves her messy locker for the Janitors to clean up. RONNIE JUMP leaves school to wait "patiently" for Arlene. ELISABETH VON BUCHWALDT leaves Ada Hi and America to return to Germany to finish her education. SALLY SMITH leaves all her announcements to next year's president if he or she has the intestinal fortitude to accept such a position. LEAH HETRICK leaves seventh period library in the capable hands of Mr. Kreglow. MARIANNE TINSLER leaves her terrific problem of finding the brake instead of the gas pedal to Mr. Obenour. RiYLLIS EARL wills her love spats with Buzz to Ronnie Motter and Dorothy Ackerman. PAT SANDERS leaves her acting ability to her sister. ERNIE BOUTWELL leaves his sports ability to Gerald Binkley.Stay in shape now,Gerald. BEVERLY ORDERS wills her sewing machine in Horae-Ec class to anyone who can use it. MARY LOU AGIN wills her quietness to all seventh graders for constant use in the assembly and cafeteria. HAROLD HENRY gives his name book of Bluffton girls to David Chandler. PHYLLIS GUDAKUNST leaves all the money problems of the Student Council to anyone who can add and subtract. LINDA BAKER leaves her dilapidated Plymouth to anyone who can get it down to the Junk yard. JIM CURTIS wills his technique to get along with the coaches to Max Rrmbo. JEANNETTE MOORMAN leaves her freckles to Della Moss. LARRY HUBBELL leaves his "witty" jokes, to anyone who doesn't have a good sense of humor . MARGARET DUDGEON leaves her smile to anyone taking Latin. MANCY MANSFIELD leaves the Student Council in the hands of Alan Dobnicker provided he learns how to use Parliamentary Procedure. SONNY BOSCH leaves his ink-spotted walls to Mr. Warthman with "all his love and best regards". JOYCE HAWES leaves her voice to any soprano who sings "flat". CLARICE JUMP leaves Kent for only one year. HENRY SCHMITZ leaves his speaking ability to next year's Prince of Peace Contestants. BARBARA LAWSON leaves her southern drawl to Miss Crawford; it should come in handv when reading Shakespeare. DEAN BAKER leaves his "ways" with girls to Norman Noe. Keep calm now, Norman. BUZZ MARSHALL bestows his ability to skip school and "get away with it" to Kenny Martin. Signed: Nancy Mansfield Henry Schmi tz 66CLASS SONG OF ’55 We will remember dear old Ada "Hi" School And all the memories that we have shared, One day a hush will fall, you’ll hear our footsteps echo down the hall, and fade away and disappear. Through all the years we’ve worked and played together, We’ve learned to face our future with a smile, Though we are leaving this, our Alma Mater, We will remember Ada "Hi" School all the while. (To the tune of "Londonderry Air") Written by: Joyce Hawes Leah Hetrick MEMORABILIA Memories are ours to tell of 12 short years together, Not all work, but fun as well These things we’ll e’er remember. Times were when our pace did falter And our goal seemed far away, We wondered then if ever we Would reach this graduation day. Our achievements have been many In all we’ve striven to do, Our smiles have been plenty, But our frowns—very few. In sports we held our own, In music we left our name, We know we’ll ne’er be forgotten In Ada’s "Hall of Fame". Now this is over, for soon we’ll depart And in all endeavors,we 11 nobly strive, But still leave a warm place in our hearts For Ada High and our class of ’55. Written by: Carol Kreglow Ronnie Jump CLASS NIGHT Class Song Address of Welcome Class History Solo Salutatory Speech Class Will Girl’s Trio Skit Leah Hetrick, Joyce Hawes Sally Smith John Marshall, Joyce Anspach Paul Allen Carol Kreglow Henry Schmitz, Nancy Mansfield Valera lams, Joyce Hawes, Linda Baker Carolyn Klingler, Chairman Piano Duet Reading Class Prophecy Valedictory Speech Class Poem Alma Mater Nancy Mansfield, Leah Hetrick Pat Sanders Sue Houser. James Ramey Nancy Mansfield Ronnie Jump, Carol Kreglow Class and audience 67BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Methodist Church Sunday, May 22, 1955 8:00 P.M. Shirley Hindall ...... Mrs . David Markle . Processional, "War March of the Priests" Invocation ....... Hymn, "God of our Fathers" . Audience Scripture Reading ...... Music "Incline Thine Ear, 0 Lord". Baccalaureate Sermon . . . . . Music, "If With All Your Hearts" . High School Choir . Chorister • Organist . Mendelssohn . Rev. Eschelman Ho. 496 . Rev. Tinsler . Arkangelsky . Rev. Butz . Mendelssohn Benediction «... Recessional, "Coronation March" . Rev. Eschelman . Meyerbeer 68TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT Thursday, May 26 1955 High School Auditorium 8:00 P.M. "Processional". High School Band Invocation. Music "Canyon Passage". Presentation of Speaker. . . • • I.T. Warthman, Superintendent Class Address "The Meaning of Freedom in the United States" Judge Clyde L. Deeds Music "Pilgrimage Overture"..................................Rusch Presentation of Class . High School Band C. E. Lundy, Principal Presentation of Diplomas Dr. F. M. Elliott, President, Board of Education Benediction . Reverend Fara Laman Recessional . Pomp and Circumstance . . . Elgar High School Band William M. Ansley, Director 69SENIOR DIRECTORY MARY LOU AGIN G .A .A .1,2,3,4 Y-Teens 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Freshman Chorus Girls Basketball team 2, 4 JOSEPH FRANKLIN ALLEN Baseball 2, 3 Football 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Boys Glee 3 Class Play 3 Industrial Arts Club 3 PAUL P. ALLEN Football 1,3 Hi-Y 2,3.4 F. F.A. 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Hall Monitor 3 Solo £ Ensemble Contest 3,4 State Music Contest 3 JOYCE ANSPACH Class President 3 Class Secretary 4 Student Council, Secretary 3 Class Play 4 Senior Scholarship General Scholarship 2 G. A.A. 1,2,3,4 Secretary 2 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Publicity Chairman 3 Program Chairman 4 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Secretary 2 Girls Glee 2 Freshman Chorus P. G. Staff Sports Editor 2 Feature Editor 3 Annual Staff 2,3,4 Picture Editor 3 Business Manager 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Librarian 4 Class Treasurer 2 DEAN BAKER Football 3 Basketball 2 Industrial Arts Club 1,2,3 Class Play 3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Projection Club 1,2 Librarian 4 LINDA K. BAKER Y-Teens 2,3,4 Vice President 3 Secretary 4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Secretary 4 Girls Glee 2 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 F.T.A. Vice President 3,4 Librarian 3 Girls Basketball Team Reserve 1 Vaj-sity 2,4 Annual Staff Artist 3,4 P G Staff 2,3,4 News Editor 4 Interclass Contest 2,3 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4 continued Class Play 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 G.A.A. Attendant 4 Red Cross Representative 2 EDWARD F. EOSCH Mixed Chorus 4 Baseball 1,2,3 Hi-Y 3,4 Vice President 4 Industrial Arts Club 1,2 Class Play 3 Basketball 1,2 ERNEST F. 30LTWELL Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 1,2,3 Track 3,4 F.T.A. President 3,4 Class Vice President 3 Class Play 3 Hall Monitor 3 NORMA KAY BURMAN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 3 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Class Treasurer 1 Girls' Basketball Team 1,2,4 Office Practice 4 MAX CASPER Industrial Arts Club Seer.-Treas.1 Basketball Manager 1 Footbr.ll Assistant Manager 1 JIM CURTIS PATSY MARIE DECKER G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Girls Glee 2 Band 1,2,3 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Reporter 2, Vice President 3 Girls Basketball Team 1,2,4 MARGARET DUDGEON G.A.A. 1,2,3 F.H.A. 1,2 Band 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 3 Y-Teens 2,3,4 PHYLLIS JEAN EARL G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Vice President 3 Intramural Manager 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Social Chairman 4 F. T.A. Librarian and Reporter 3 Junior Red Cross Representative 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 G. A.A. Carnival Attendant 2 Girls' Basketball Team 1,2,4, Reserve Cheerleader 2,3 continued Varsity Cheerleader 4 Librarian 4 Annual Staff 2,3,4 Sports Editor 3,4 P. G. Staff 3 TOM FAIRBURN CORY-RAWSON HIGH SCHOOL Basketball 1 Football 1 Chorus 1 SHAWNEE HIGH SCHOOL Hi-Y 2 Football 2 Track 2 ADA HIGH SCHOOL Football 3,4 Basketball 4 Track 3 Class Play 3,4 Student Council, Assembly Committee Ch. 4 Class Vice President 4 Senior Scholarship 4 Solo Ensemble Contest 3 F.T.A. 3,4 Mixed Ensemble 4 Hall Monitor 3,4 Boys State 3 DIANE FLORIDA Y-Teens 2,3,4 Class °lay 3,4 Marching Band 2,3,4 PHYLLIS GUDAKUNST Student Council 1,3,4 Treasurer 3 Social Committee Chairman 4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshman Chorus Girls Glee 2 Band 1 FRANCES HARSH G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Girls' Basketball Team 4 Chorus 4 Freshman Chorus Girls' Glee 2 JOYCE ELAINE HAWES G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Seargent-at-Arms 4 Girls' Basketball Team Varsity 4 Y-Teens 3,4, Worship Chairman 4 F.T.A. Secretary 3,4 Librarian 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Class Play 4 Solo Ensemble Contest 3,4 Girls Glee 2 Annual Staff 4 P G. Staff 4 Sports Editor 4 Girls' State 3 70SENIOR DIRECTORY HAROLD HENRY F. F.A 1.2.3.4 Sentinel 3 Reporter 4 Hi-Y 3,4 Football 3 Track 4 LEAH R. HETRICK Y-Teens 2,3,4 Treasurer 3 G. A.A. 1,2,3,4 Reporter 4 Class Treasurer 4 Girls' Basketball Team 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 President 4 Girls' Glee 2 Freshman Chorus Librarian 3,4 Class Play 3 SUSAN HOUSER Senior Scholarship G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Freshman Chorus Girls' Glee 2 P. G. Staff 3,4 Social Editor 4 Band 1,2,3,4 Dance Band 4 Girls' Basketball Team 2 Cheerleader Reserve 2,3 Varsity 4 Class Secretary 1 LARRY E. HUBBELL Industrial Arts Club Vice President 1,2 Projection Club 1,2 Football 1 Hall Monitor 3,4 VALERA J. I AMS Class Play 3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 F.T.A. Treasurer 3,4 Class Vice President 2 Assembly Committee 2 Junior Red Cross Representative 1 Archery Tournament 3 Girls Ensemble 2, Accompanist 3 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Glee 2 Mixed Ensemble 4 JACK E. IRWIN Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball Manager 2,4 Track 3 Class Play 3,4 Hi-Y 2,3,4 CLARICE MARILYN JUMP Y-Teens 2,3,4 Social Chairman 4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Cook 4 Class Play 3 Librarian 4 Girls' Basketball Team 2 G.A.A. Attendant 4 continued RONALD H. JUMP Student Council 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 3 Vice President 4 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2 Football 3,4 Agricultural Scholarship 4 Interclass 3,4 Class oiay 3,4 Hall Monitor 3 BARBARA A. KI PKER G.A.A. 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshman Chorus CAROLYN GAYLE KLINGLER G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Girls' Basketball Team, Reserve 3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Secretary-Treasurer 3 Girls' Glee 2 Girls" Ensemble 2,3 Senior Scholarship P. G. Staff 1,2 F.H.A. 1 Librarian 4 General Scholarship 2 Class Play 3,4 PERRY R. KLINGLER ALGER Chorus 1 ADA F.F.A. 2,3,4 President 4 Reporter 3 F. F.A. Parliamentary Procedure 3,4 Basketball 1 Manager 3 Football 2,4 Manager 3 Baseball 3,4 Track 3 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Chaplain 4 Hall Monitor 4 WILMA L. KNELL G. A.A. 1,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Class Play 4 Junior Red Cross Representative 4 Freshman Chorus Senior Scholarship Girls Basketball Team 2 General Scholarship 2 CAROL ANN KREGLOW Class President 1 Senior Scholarship 4 General Scholarship 1,2,3 G.A.A. 1,2,3.4 Intramural Manager 4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Girls' Glee 2 Freshman Chorus Annual Staff 2,3,4 Editor 4 Write-Up Editor 3 Interclass 2,3,4 Latin Club 1,2 President 2 continued Homecoming Queen 4 Girls Basketball Team 1,2,4 Cheerleader Varsity 3,4, Reserve 2 P. it G. Staff 2,3 Y-Teens 2,3,4 President 4 Service Chairman 3 BARBARA ANN LAWSON BECKLEY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Mixed Chorus 1 Cheerleader 1 ADA HIGH SCHOOL Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Glee 2 Girls' Ensemble 3 F.T.A. 3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Class Play 3 May Day Attendant 2 Class Treasurer 3 MARY ELLEN LUDWIG NANCY LOU MANSFIELD Annual Staff 3,4 Assistant Editor 4 P. G. Staff 2,3,4 Feature Editor 4 Music Editor 3 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Music Chairman 4 Student Council President 4 Latin Club 1,2 Secretary 2 General Scholarship 1,2,3 Senior Scholarship Interclass 1 Class Secretary 3 Solo Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,4 State Music Contest 1,2,3 Band 1,2,3,4 Dance Band 4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Accompanist 3,4 Girls' Glee 2 Librarian 4 Girls Basketball Team 2 Class Play 3 Office Practice 4 JERRY D. MARSHALL Student Council 3 Class President 2 Red Cross Representative 1,3 Hi-Y 2,3,4 President 4 F.T.A. 3,4 Hall Monitor 3,4 Boys' State 3 Librarian 4 Football 1,2,3,4 Captain 4 Basketball 3,4 Captain 4 Track 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2 JOHN 1 . MARSHALL Basketball 1,2,3 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Hi-Y 1,2,4 F.T.A. 3,4 Industrial Arts Club 1,2 Class Play 4 Mixed Chorus 4 71SENIOR DIRECTORY JEANNETTE MOORMAN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1.2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. Girls' Glee 2,3 Freshman Chorus Y-Teens 2,3,4 Latin Club 1 Class Play 4 HAROLD RAY MUSSER Hi-Y 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 industrial Arts Club 1,2 Annual Staff Photographer 3,4 Projection Club 1,2,3 Librarian 4 Football 1,2 Hall Moni tor 3,4 BEVERLY JANE ORDERS G.A.A. 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Glee 2,3 Marching Band 2 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 President 4 Treasurer 2 1st Vice President 3 May Day Attendant 2 Librarian 4 JAMES R. RAMEY ROUNDHEAD HIGH SCHOOL Basketball 1 ADA HIGH SCHOOL Basketball 2,3 Baseball 3 Hall Monitor 4 Student Council Vice President 4 PATRICIA ANN SANDERS Class Play 3,4 G.A.A. 1 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshman Chorus Cue Club 3 Latin Club 1,2 HENRY SCHMITZ TENAFLY HIGH SCHOOL Germai. Club President 4 Projection Force Secretary 2 Soccer 2 ADA HIGH SCHOOL Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Solo Ensemble Contest 2,3,4 Projection Club 3 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Cue Club President 3 Hall Monitor 4 Interclass 4 Senior Scholarship Class Play 3,4 F.T.A. 4 °rince of Peace Contest 4 MARGARET SCHWARCK Prince of Peace Contest 4 JOAN SCOTT G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 President 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Girls' Basketball Team Class Play 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Latin Club 1,2 CAROL ANN SIMON G.A.A. 1,2, Mixed Cho» is 3,4 Freshman Chorus Girls' Glee 2 JUDY KAY SMITH Latin Club 1,2 Freshman Chorus Girls' Glee 2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 F. T.A. 3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 Point Chairman 4 Librarian 4 Senior Scholarship SALLY K. SMITH G. A.A. 1,2,3,4 Reporter 2 G.A.A. Queen 3 Attendant 1 Student Council Treasurer 2 Social Committee 2 P. G. Staff 1,2,3,4 Editor 4 Feature Editor 2, Social Editor Class Play 3,4 Interclass 2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Glee 2 Freshman Chorus Band 1,2,3,4 President 4 Class President 4 Girls' Basketball Team 1 HERBERT D. SPALLI MGER Hi-Y 2,3,4 Treasurer 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Secretary 3 Junior Red Cross Representative 3,4 Class Play 3 ELISABETH VON BUCHWALDT Y-Teens 4 G.A.A. 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Annual Staff 4 LAVERNE WEBB Y-Teens 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Office Practice 4 JUANITA ANN WIRRIES Senior Scholarship General Scholarship 2 Office Practice 4 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Girls' Glee 2 Latin Club 1,2 President 1 Freshman Chorus Annual Staff 4 Feature Editor 4 Class Play 3 MARIANNE E. T1NSLER Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Sec.-Treas. 4 Freshman Chorus Latin Club 1,2 Girls' Glee 2 Y-Teens 2,3,4 F. T.A. 3 SARA JANE TRAUCHT G. A.A. 1,2 Class Play 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshman Chorus Latin Club 1,2 Secretary-Treasurer 1 Girls' Glee 2 72SERVICE DEPARTMENT COOKS Mrs. McElroy Mrs. Anspach Mrs. Baker Mrs. LaRue Mrs. Obenour JANITORS Tom Steinman, George Binkley, Bob LaRue BUS DRIVERS Back Row: Wm. Ansley, Bob LaRue, Lawrence Weller. Front Row: John Bozarth, Dean Moore, Ralph Fisher. 73STUDENT DIRECTORY Ackerman, Dorothy- 57 Ackerman, Richard- 56 Agin, Mary-•55 Alexander, Bill- 56 Allen, Dwaine-'58 Allen, Georgia- 59 Allen, Joseph-'55 Allen, Nancy- 57 Allen, Paul- 55 Amstutz, Bonnie- 56 Amstutz, James-' 58 Amstutz, John-'56 Anspach, Joyce- 55 Anspach, Judith- 57 Anspach, Rolland- 58 Austin, Charlotte-'60 Baker, Dean-'55 Baker, Linda- 55 Baransy, Marvln-'56 Baughman, Byron-'57 Baughman, Denavor- 58 Bennett, Vickie-'60 Bilby, Paullne-'58 Binkley, Gerald-'57 Bosch, Edvard-'55 Bosch, Thomas-'58 Bosse, Lois- 57 Bosse, Lydia-'59 Boutwell, Charles-'56 Boutwell, Dorothy-'57 Boutwell, Ernest-'55 Boutwell, Lonnie-'60 Boutwell, Lynn-'58 Bower, Harry-'59 Bozarth, John-'59 Brewer, Raymond-'59 Brown, Elwanda-'60 Brown, Estel- 60 Brown, Gary-'56 Brown, Nancy- 57 Brown, Viola- 58 Brown, Willis-'57 Bucher, James-'59 Burkholder, Mary-'55 Burman, Norma-'55 Campbell, Clarence-'59 Campbell, Virgil-'59 Carey,Joe- 59 Carey, Larry-»58 Cash, Alice,-'59 Cash, Dona Id-'59 Casper, Max-'55 Chandler, David-'57 Cheney, Brice-'57 Cheney, John-'59 Cheney, Thomas-'60 Chrismer, Robert-'59 Clapper, Marlene-'60 Clark, Gary-'59 Cochrane, Joe-'60 Cochrane, John-'60 Cole, Carol- 60 Cole, Steven-'56 Collett, Brenda- 57 Conley, Joan-'60 Conley, Shirley-'58 Cook, Chester-'56 Cook, Richard-'60 Cowan, Shirley-'60 Craig, Steven-'57 Cribley, Bmily-»57 Withdrawn Cribley, Ethel-'58 Crouse, Geraldine-'59 Curtis, James-;55 Curtis, Marvln-'59 Dabler, Mary-'56 Daniels, Robert-'58 Dearth, Gerald-'57 Dearth, Janet-'57 Dearth, Justin-'56 Dearth, Ronnie-'58 Dearth, Ruth-'60 Dearth, Thomas-'60 Decker, Patsy-'55 Deringer, Glen-'56 Dobnicker, Alan-'56 Dotson, Rosalie-'58 Downing, Buddy-'60 Downing, Jerry-'59 Downing, Paul-'57 Dudgeon, Ernest-'57 Dudgeon, Margaret-'55 Duffy, Carl-'60 Duffy, Harold-»57 Earl, Lronard -'59 Earl, Phyllis- 55 Eckenrode, Ruth-'58 Edens, Carolyn-'58 Edens, Sharon-'59 Elliott, Dick- 57 Elwood, Cloyd-'57 Elwood, Shirlev-'60 ♦England, Roger-'55 English, Jerry-'60 Epley, Charles-'60 Everhart, Kitty Joe-'59 Failor, Kenneth-'58 Fairburn, Thomas-'55 Fensler, Jack-'56 Fields, Earlene-'60 Fields, Glen-'58 Fisher, Don-'56 Fleming, David-'60 Fleming, Esther-'58 Fleming, Helen-'57 Fleming, Roberta-'56 Fleming, Wilma-'60 Fletcher, Larry-'59 Florida, Dianne-'55 Fox, Helen-'56 Fox, Ruth Ann -'58 Fox, Sharon-'57 Fulks, Sandra-'60 Gardner, Carol-'56 Gardner, Donald-'58 Gardner. Marv Ann- 59 Garver, Morgan-'55 Glbbon», Flecia-'56 Gilbert, Arlene-'56 Gilbert, Barbara-'60 Gilbert, Patricia-'59 Godderz. David-'56 Goodwin, Barbara-'58 Goodwin, Joe-'56 Gordon, David-'57 Gose, Maureen-'58 Gose, Patricia-'59 Graham, Jerry-'60 Graham, Juanita- 58 75 Grant, Rose-'58 Greenawalt, Larry-'56 Gudankunst, Coleen-'60 Gudakunst, Donald-'59 Gudakunst, Phyllls-'55 Gunn, Barbara-'56 Gunn, Danny-'60 Gunn, Donald-'58 Gunn, Jack-'57 Gunn, Larry-'60 Hackworth, Aaron-'59 Hackworth, Amos-'60 Hackworth, Edman-'59 ♦Hackworth, Erdman-'58 Hackworth, Virginia-'59 Harmon, Carol-'59 Harmon, Vivian- 56 Harsh, Francis-'55 Harsh, James- 58 Harsh, Roger-'59 Hattery, Gerry-'57 Hattery, John-'56 Hattery, Miriam-'58 Hattery, Sharon-'60 Hauenstein, Joyce-»60 Hauenstein, Sherry-'59 Hawes, Jean-'57 Hawes, Joyce-'55 Heifner, Pamela-'60 Heldman, Dennis-'56 Heller, Laura-'56 Henry, Harold-'55 Hetrick, Alan-'57 Hetrick, Leah-'55 Hindall, George-'59 Hindall, Steven-'60 Hitchcock, Ellen-'58 Hooper, Jerry-'56 Hopson, Ernest-'56 Hopson, Larry-'56 Hopson, Melvin-'57 Houser, Susan-'55 Houser. Sylvia-'60 Hubbell, Fred-•57 Hubbell, Larry-'55 Hughes, Betty-'58 Hughes, Patricia-'59 lams, Dennis-'50 lams. Valera-'55 Irwin, Jack-'55 Irwin, Kenneth-'60 James, Mary-'57 Jett, Carol-'56 Johnson. Mary-'60 Jump Clarice-'55 Jump. Lowell-'56 Jump, Ronald-'55 Kipker, Barbara-'55 Kipker, Louis-'58 Kipker, Patricia-'60 Klingler, Robert-'56 Kllngler, Cerolyn-'55 Klingler, Charles-'58 Kllngler, Norma-'60 Klingler, Perry-'55Knell, Wilma-'55 Kramer, John- 57 Kreglow, Carol-'55 Koop. Gera 1d-’56 Ladd, J.-»59 Ladd, Richard-'56 LaRue. Elsie-'56 LaRue, Robert-'56 LaRue, Shirley-»58 Lawson, Barbara-'55 LaViness, Ardythe-'59 Legge. Billie-'58 Legge. Janie-'59 Linderman, Betty-'58 Loescher, Bill-’59 Long, Edison-»57 Long, Joyce-'59 Long, Perry-'57 Lowry, Ann-'58 Lowry, Thomas-'60 McCafferty, Blanche-'58 McClure, Raymond-'56 McCool, David-'60 McCool, Gary-'60 Main, Helen- 58 Mansfield, Nancy-'55 Marling, Harold-'58 Marling, Kay-'60 Marling Margaret-'56 Marquart, Patricia-»58 Marshall, Jerry-»55 Marshall, John-'55 Martin. Kenneth-'56 May, Ruth-'56 Miller, Sally-'56 Moloney, Robert-'60 Moore, Arlene-'58 Moore, Larry-'59 Moorman, Jeannette-'55 Moorman, Margaret-'59 Moorman, Mordy-'56 Morehart, Lynda-'58 Moser, Donald-'60 Moser, Melvin-'59 Moss, Della-'56 Motter, Ronald-'56 Murray. Marilyn-'58 Musser, Harold-'55 Musser, Lowell-'58 Musser, Marilyn- 56 Myers, Marlene-'56 Myers, Patty-'57 Neal, Sally-»57 Nelson, Patty-'60 Nichols, Donald-'60 Ni chols. Dorothy-'60 Noe, Norman-'58 Obenour, Donald-'60 Oldaker, Joyce-'59 Orders, Beverly-'55 Park, Lou Ann-'59 Parkhill, Diane-'59 Parshal1t David-’56 Parshall, Richard-'59 Ping, Carolyn-'59 Plummer, Francis-'59 STUDENT DIRECTORY Plummer. Melvin-'60 Poling. Edna-'59 Pratt, Saundra-'58 Pratt, Warren-'60 Pumphrey, Frank-'60 Rambo, Max-'57 Ramey, James-'55 Ramey, Rella-'59 Rayl, Gerald-'56 Rayl, Jerry-'60 Rayl, Ronald-'59 Reams, Alice-'57 Reams, Larry-'57 Reiter, Sandra-'60 Risner, Barbara-'57 Rodgers, Archibald-'60 Ross, Carol-'60 Runser, Robert-'58 Sanders, Glorla-'58 Sanders, Patricia-'55 Sanderson, Joyce-'60 Schick, Raymond-'59 Schindler, Carol-'57 Schmitz, Henry-'55 Schwarck. Margaret-'55 Scott, Gary-'59 Scott . Joan-'55 Shadley, Nancy-'59 Shadley, Pamela-'60 Shafer, Julienne-'58 Shafer, Paul-'60 Shanks, Mary-'58 Shanks, Thomas-'60 Shepherd, Morris-'56 Shields, Barbara-'58 Shulaw, Burl-'59 Siferd, Conrad-'57 Slferd Diane-'56 Siferd. judith-'58 Simmons, Beverly-'58 Simmons, Eddie-'60 Simon, Carol-'55 Simon, Doris-'58 Simon, Gary -»59 Simon. Gloria-»59 Simon, Karl- 60 Simon, Sandra-'56 Simons, Sharon-'57 Simons, Sheila-'57 Smith, Betty-'59 Smith, Eugene-'58 Smith, Jerry-'59 Smith Joy-'56 Smith, Judy-’55 Smith, Mary-'59 Smith, Paul-'59 Smith, Ronald-'58 Smith, Sally-'55 Smith, Stephen-'57 Smith, Wayne- 58 Spallinger, Herbert-'55 Stair, Marlan-'56 Staley. Dale-'56 Staley, Deanna-'57 Staley, Donald-'59 Staley, Karen-'58 Staley Marsha-'58 Starett, Charles-'60 Starling, Charles-'57 Stobbe. Joe-'59 Stober, Barbara-'60 Stober, Dortha-'58 Stober, Evalyn-'58 Stoll, Bill- 57 Stoll, Jarilyn-'60 Stonehill, Mary- 58 Stove, Paula-'60 Tabor, Larry-'58 Tallman, Teresa-'59 Thompson, DonaId-'56 Tinsler, Marianne-'55 Traucht, Kathryn-'60 Traucht, Sara-'55 Treen, Earl-»60 Truman. Russell-»56 Truman. Thomas-'59 Umphress Howard- 57 Ulrey, Barbara-»59 Urick, Jon-'59 Van Atta, John-'56 Vandemark, Jimmie-'60 Vandemark, Joyce-'58 Von Buchwaldt, Elisabeth-•55 Wade. Shirley-'60 Wagner, Judith-'60 Warthman, Alice-'57 Warthraan, Marilyn-'56 Webb, LaVerne-'55 Webb, Ruth- 60 Weirauch, Donna-'60 Welsh, Sandra-'57 Wilson, Clyde-'58 Wilson, Thomas-'59 Wirries, Jim-'58 Wirries, Juanita-'55 Woofter, Richard-'59 Wright. Cecil-•56 Wright, Flora- 59 Wright, Joe-'57 Wright, Phyllis-'59 Wyss. Patricia-•57 Wyss, Richard- 60 Wyss, Robert-»58 Wyss, Sandra-'60 Yinger, Darlene-'57 Yinger, Judy-'60 Zimmerly, MarJorie-'59 Ziumerly, Robert-'58 •Withdrawn 7677 ADA’S Compliments of SUPERMARKET GARDNER'S AND SOHIO LOCKER SERVICE SERVICE QUALITY FOOD ALWAYS DALE GARDNER, Manager PHONE 29 N. MAIN ST. ADA, - - - OHIO Compliments oi Compliments of McCURDY ERNSBERGER Farm Elevators Milling Company PHONE 10 ADA, OHIO PHONE 205 ADA, OHIO Compliments of The Choice of Discriminating Seniors PRINTCRAFT STAUFFER Graduation Personal Cards and Commencement Announcements Plumbing and Electric PRINTCRAFT CARD CO., INC. SCRANTON 5, PA. 78BALISH CONFECTIONERY CANDIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE ADA NURSING HOME OPAL CLAY 125 S. Gilbert Phone 320 COMMUNITY Oil and Gas OILS KEROSENE GREASE V. C. Trowbridge PHONE Blue 278 BINKLEY'S Poultry Market POULTRY and EGGS WHOLESALE and RETAIL CUSTOM DRESSING Daily Delivery Except Sunday Phone 368 267 W. 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Campus 80JAMES ORDERS DEALERS IN CRANE EQUIPMENT MYERS AND DURO PUMP SYSTEMS PHONE 386 128 - 30 SOUTH MAIN STREET ADA,.............................OHIO OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL THE ADA THEATRE Compliments of BRECK’S CLOTHING - SHOES CHILDRENS CLOTHING LADIES APPAREL PHONE 106 ADA, OHIO GARDNER'S DRUG STORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES SODAS — DRUGS OHIO TAYLOR’S MARKET "Biggest Little Store in Town" OPEN 8:30 A M. to 9:00 P.M. SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 100 W. Ballard St. Phone Blue 304 81 ADA, Compliments of McBRIDE BROTHERS KITCHEN CABINETS COUNTERS HAROLD SMITH OWNER BACK BARS SHOW CASES PLYWOOD SALES PHONE 229 Phone 58 525 UNION ST. ADA, OHIO Compliments of PARK MESSICK Firestone Store 5c to $1.00 STORE FARM TIRE SERVICE AUTO — TRUCK — TRACTOR ADA, OHIO PHONE 277 Compliments of Main Electric Co. CONNER'S HOME APPLIANCES TELEVISION Music Store GENERAL ELECTRIC — MOTOROLA SALES and SERVICE ADA, OHIO 112 W. Buckeye Ave. Ada, O. Compliments of EARL H. DOME UMPHRESS JEWELRY INSURANCE AGENCY WATCHES DIAMONDS COSTUME JEWELRY "ON THE SQUARE" Watch and Jewelry Repair ADA, OHIO 82HINDALL SONS INDUSTRIAL ROOFING CONTRACTORS ADA, OHIO COLUMBUS, OHIO HI CO SHEET METAL design ADA, O. erection PH. 4 VAN'S GULF SERVICE CORNER ROUTE 69 and 30 N • REAL ESTATE HOMES — FARMS — BUSINESSES SEE OR PHONE VAN IRVIN VANDEMARK PHONE 7 117 W. LINCOLN Compliments of STEINMAN BROS. Lumber Company ADA. OHIO ADA. OHIO Phone 77 BLUFFTON. OHIO Phone 360W JENERA, OHIO Phone 4111 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '55 THE ADA LAUNDRY LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING 83THE ADA DAIRY MILK ICE CREAM BUTTER PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS PHONE 164 CHRISMER'S I.G.A. MARKET QUALITY FOOD FRUITS VEGETABLES and MEATS Phone 139 945 S. MAIN ST. ADA. OHIO Compliments of MARGIE’S BEAUTY SHOP PHONE 13 ADA, OHIO FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS SCHOOL FLOWERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION BAUGHMAN Green House "TWO LOCATIONS" Phone 7297 Phone 172 KENTON, O. ADA. O. 84MARATHON GAS - OIL COMPLETE LUBRICATION BATTERY CHARGING CAR WASHING Compliments of BUD and ANN Restaurant 115 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 268 ACCESSORIES RAY LONG PHONE 325 OFFICIAL "AAA" SERVICE Compliments of BROWN’S Barber Shop Compliments of The ROUSH ADA FARMERS EXCHANGE CO. MOTOR SALES INC. DE SOTO - PLYMOUTH DEALER IN GRAIN - SEEDS FEED SALES - SERVICE FARM SUPPLIES PHONE 283 ADA, OHIO PHONE 98 85Compliments of PEPER DRUG COLE WALGREEN AGENCY Motor Sales DRUG STORE ★ ADA'S FORD DEALER PHONE 68 ADA, OHIO EARL'S Harry J. Sousley INSURANCE SERVICE HARDWARE AND PLUMBING and ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Walter Sousley FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES TRAVELERS LIFE LENNOX WARM AIR HEATING ACCIDENT HOSPITALIZATION PHONE 291 ADA, OHIO PHONE 200 ADA, OHIO 86V. W. MERTZ Hardware REICHERT'S MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING B. P. S. PAINTS G. E. LAMPS GARDEN TOOLS SEEDS PHONE 196 ADA, OHIO JOHNSON'S WAX - POLISH CARPENTER TOOLS CLUM'S MARKET ★ GROCERIES AND MEATS PHONE 134 ONE DELIVERY DAILY ADA, OHIO Phone 246 223 N. Main St. Compliments of BEST WISHES TO THE LIBERTY BANK THE CLASS OF '55 ADA, OHIO Member of KLINGLER'S FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Pure Oil Service and FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 87Compliments of Compliments of HERFF-JONES CO. MANUFACTURING PEERLESS JEWELERS FOR CLEANERS ADA HIGH SCHOOL ★ ★ R. J. DICKEN Telephone 22 221 S. Union St. Fostoria, Ohio ADA, OHIO Compliments of "Photography At Its Best" The CHARLES COMPANY SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT STORE WEDDINGS dave McFarland BABIES SLOAN'S • LARGEST IN THE MIDWEST • WALLPAPER AND PAINT Dealer In 'PouacU Studios WALLPAPER — PAINT — POTTERY PHONE 79 TOLEDO - DAYTON - DETROIT 402 N. Main St. Ada, Ohio 88PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY PHYSICIANS — Floyd M. Elliot, M. D. Robert B. Elliot, M. D. Robert B. Love, M. D. John Kramer, M. D. DENTISTS — Dr. R. E. Tipple Dr. A. L. Tipple Dr. R. B. Moyer VETERINARIANS — Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh Dr. E. M. Neiswander CHIROPRACTORS — Dr. Maurine Stuart Dr. F. W. Morehart Dr. J. T. Johns CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR — Robert C. Sheldon 89SUPREME CLEANERS FOR FORD-PUGH QUALITY CLEANING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 518 S. MAIN ST. ADA, OHIO "CHIPPER Opposite O. N. U. Campus CHIPS" ADA MANUFACTURING, Inc. BUILDERS OF CHEMICAL SPREADERS ROAD EQUIPMENT 201 S. CENTRAL AVE. LIMA, OHIO ADA, OHIO We, of the Annual Staff, wish to thank all of those whose names appear on these pages. Your help is greatly appreciated. 90 


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