The next day Pamela and I left Ada and flew to Hollywood to question members of the class who lived in that area. We located TOM SMELSER on the set of his new TV detective show, TERRIBLE TOM. JEAN STOBER was doing the commercials for the show, and also on the set were JOYCE HAUENSTEIN, CBS's fascinating choreographer, CHARLOTTE AUSTIN, beauty counselor of the stars, and JUDY WAGNER, world's leading dress designer, who is responsible for the revival of the bustle. We called on Hollywood's "hostess with the mostest," JOY WICKENDEN, who invited us to hear the QUEENSTON TRIO, composed of those rages of the music world, JARILYN STOLL, SUE WYSS, and PAM SHAD LEY. Their appearance at the Hollywood Bowl was a phenomenal success.
From California we hopped to Hawaii where the largest missile station of the United States is located and interviewed DR. THOMAS G. SHANKS and DR. GARY McCOOL, who have had such spectacular success with "Project XZ," which is a missile which will destroy the missile which is supposed to destroy the original missile. At the University of Hawaii we talked to DR. DON NICHOLS, head of the mathematics department, his charming wife LONNIE, and their daughter who had just won the Miss Universe beauty contest. Dr. Don had just completed the amazing task of proving that, contrary to popular belief, all circles are NOT rousid. They told us that PAULA STOVE was head of the education department at the university, and that famous novelist DAWN DARLINGTON lived on a distant island with her drug magnate husband. None had left the islands for months so we cleared them.
Spending a lazy day on the beach at Waikiki we moved our investigation via newspapers to the members of the Class of 1960 in the sports' world. DENNIS ANSPACH, head football coach at Massillon High School whose teams showed a record of 50 straight victories; VICKIE BENNETT, world champion Olympic figure skater; JUDY YINGER, the nation's leading woman bowler; and BUD DOWNING, the champion yo-yoer of the world, were all checked.
From Hawaii we traveled to New York and Washington, D. C. In New York we were able to eliminate from our list of suspects the following: PATTY NELSON, a professional model for fashion magazines; CINDY WARREN and MARLENE CLAPPER, both secretaries of their husbands who are successful Wall Street brokers; and SHIRLEY ELWOOD, drummer for a popular jazz band. In the nation's capitol were BERNICE WEBB and LILEA PIFER, nurses for famous patients at Walter Reed Army Hospital; PEGGY SIZEMORE and RUTH ANN DEARTH, owners of a Charles-of-the-Ritz beauty bar; and JOAN CONLEY, head librarian at the Library of Congress. We traveled across the Potomac to the Pentagon and visited Secretary of the Navy ROBERT MOLONEY and his assistant Lt. Commander COLEEN GUDAKUNST. Also at the Pentagon was Rear Admiral DAVID FLEMING with his top secretary, BARBARA GILBERT.
Our time was passing quickly and we were still without clues.
Three people were still on our list, but we were unable to contact them as JON URICH was last reported serving as a missionary in the darkest part of Africa; JUANITA DEARTH was at her secretarial duties at the American Embassy in Moscow; and RICHARD COOK was somewhere on a second tour of the globe trying to solve the social problems of the world.
Having completed the check on all members of the Class of 1960, we returned to Ada with our report. After going through all the information we had recorded, we could positively not connect anyone with the death of our former teacher; however, we remembered that Mrs. Felt had the peculiar habit of opening the windows of her classroom on even the coldest days, thus assuring the alert attention of her students. A check with the doctor verified our suspicions. Mrs. Felt had died of pneumonia -- a draft from the open window had won.
Report submitted by: RODGERS SEEKS
" President SecretaryACTIVITIES--65THE BOARD'S VOICE IS THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE
Reading Clockwise: Supt. E. A. Van Atta, Robert Chandler, E. R. Rodabaugh, Charles Hubbell, Everett Ludwig, Richard Fulks, R. B. Cretors.
E. R. RODABAUGH President
RICHARD FULKS Vice President
R. B. CRETORS Clerk
Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh, an Ohio State University graduate, is the local veterinarian. Dr.
Mrs. Rodabaugh and their three children attend the Ada Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Robert Chandler is the owner-manager of the Alger Feed and Grain Company. His older son David is a student at O. N. U., and Dennis is a sophomore at Ada H. S.
Mr. Richard Fulks is a sales representative for the Lima Division of the Pennington Bread Company. Dick manages to hold his own in his family of three females, Mrs. Fulks, Sandy, and Linda.
Mr. Charles Hubbell is the owner-manager of Hubbell Implement, a store specializing in television and marine equipment. Mr. Hubbell enjoys boating and fishing when he gets a chance.
E. A. VAN ATTA Superintendent of Schools
Mr. R. B. Cretors, in addition to his duties as clerk of the Board of Education, is the manager of the Varsity Book Store in Ada. He says that his lifelong hobby has been watching baseball games.
Mr. Ludwig, an active area farmer, is chairman of the Hardin County Soil Conservation District, is active in the work of the Sugar Grove Methodist Church, and also manages to get high bowling scores.
In the spring of 196v Mr. Van Atta, superintendent of the Ada school system for five years, asked to be released from his contract to take a position in the Education Department at Ohio Northern University. Mr. Van Atta, a 32nd degree Mason, is active in the Ada Methodist Church and the Kiwanis Club. During his career as a teacher and administrator, he has signed approximately 900 diplomas, taught 18,500 high school students, 500 college students, and supervised 550 teachers.
Ada High School bids farewell to Mr. Van Atta.
4When you "round" another corner in the course of your life you rather reluctantly close the record book on those experiences just passed. But you are amply compensated by the anticipation, inspiration, and challenge of things to come; those vast opportunities in the immediate and the remote future. Your new street can be wider, the ascent steeper, and the way straighter if you WILL it so.
You, who leave high school by graduation or otherwise, must surely be aware of the great strides of progress in these "Soaring Sixties" and that the twenty-first century, now only forty years away, is rushing down upon you. Are you prepared to meet the complicities of life in the few decades allotted to you?
Some how, in spite of all that one hears or reads about alleged inadequacies of young people, this writer has a sincere and unshakeable faith that you will "come through" in your time, that you will have lived your lives in a most creditable manner, and that you will have made vast contributions to society and the world.
5WORK AND FUN FILL A MEMORABLE YEAR
"Seventy seniors begin their final year at Ada High." This comment held all our hopes for a successful year. And a successful year it was--from the election of our officers, President TOM DEARTH, Vice-President ARCHIE RODGERS, Secretary MARLENE CLAPPER, and Treasurer TOM SHANKS, to that final day when seventy received their diplomas.
Under the guidance of our advisors Mrs. Bozarth, Mr. Rex, and Mr. Ansley, we earned enough money to finance our senior trip to Wash-
ington, D. C. With this as a goal, many class projects were undertaken --magazine sales in October, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE in November, and our very successful carnival in April.
Seniors sparked the football team and the band, besides distinguishing themselves in many other activities.
The value of our school years at Ada High School was made evident when our class placed seven of the top ten in Hardin County in the Senior Scholarship test.
CLASS FLOWER Carnation
As we move into a new phase of our lives, we will never forget the friends we have made, the good times we have had, and the knowledge we have gained.
CLASS COLORS Green and White
- CLASS MOTTO -THE DOOR TO SUCCESS IS LABELED — PUSH!!
DENNIS M. ANSPACH "Squirrely" . . . Tinsel Ball King . . . football co-captain . . . Hi-Y president . . . worker
CHAROLETTE ANN AUSTIN "Charolette" . . . home economics major . . . engaged . . . enjoys cooking . . . unpredictable . . • shy . . .
VICKIE LEE BENNETT "Vic" . . . dependable . . . G.A.A. . . . cook . . . tardy? never! . . . want to buy a 1952 Ford?
7E. DOUGLAS BROWN "Doug" . . . big brother . . . one of the "mud guards" . . . all-area football team
ELWANDA JANE BROWN "Brownie" . . . majorette . . . Queen of Tinsel Ball . . . Y -Teens UN Trip . . . happy-go-lucky spirit
MARLENE JUDITH CLAPPER "Marlene" . . . National Honor Society . . . Secretary of Senior Class . . . excellent shorthand student . . . nice personality, friendly . . . annual staff . . . thinks a lot of a 1959 graduate . . .
THOMAS EARL CHENEY "Tom" . . . F.F.A. President . . . quiet till you get to know him . . . shorty . . .
CAROL ANN COLE "Carol" . . . imperturbable . . G.A.A. cook . . . blonde hair . . . sunshine on the stage
JOAN CAROL CONLEY "Bubbles" . . . baritone horn . . . librarian . . . spendthrift of the tongue . . . giggly . • .
RICHARD RAY COOK "Dick" . . . class clown . . . crazy walk . . . always has clever answer . . . the great philosopher . . .
DAWN DARLINGTON "Dawn" . . . engaged . . . plans a fall wedding . . . Homecoming attendant . . . Interclass . . .
8JUANITA ROSE DEARTH "Juanita" . . . changeable . . . willing to help . . . quiet, at times . . . "Popcorn?" . . .
BUDDY L. DOWNING "Chief" . . . quiet in school, "cut-up" when out . . . paper route . . . "Where's Wayne?"
RUTH ANN DEARTH "Ruthie" . . . engaged . . . what would she do without a comb? . . . nice kid . . . quiet . . . gay disposition
CARL A. DUFFY "Snuffy" . . • speechless . . • grease monkey . . . hard worker . . . Navy Reserves . . . favorite town, Elida
THOMAS E. DEARTH "Tom" . . . well-liked . . . Senior Class President . . reliable . . . friendly . . . blue-blue eyes
SHIRLEY ANN ELWOOD "Woody" . . . freckles . . . temper . . . works at Equity . . . drummer . . . frequent trips to Toledo
GEORGE JERRY ENGLISH "Spank" ... a riot in both class plays . . . wine, women, and song . . . flirty eyes . . .
DAVID A. FLEMING "Dave" . . . National Honor Society . . . Boys' State . . . trombone . . . reading is pastime . . . smart without much study . . . baritone solo at contest . . . home in Lafayette . . . cars, boats, and mechanics
9WILMA MAXINE FLEMING "Mac" . . • National Honor Society . . • President of G.A.A. . . . perky cheerleader . . . G.A.A. attendant . . . always lends a helping hand . . . back study hall teacher . . . known for her long ponytail
BARBARA ELLEN GILBERT "Barb" . . . nicely dressed . . . neat . . . Supreme Cleaner . . . giggles in study hall
MARTHA VIRGINIA GRAHAM "Smoky" . . . smiling at all times . . . talks blue streak . . . fellow in service . . .
SANDRA LYNN FULKS "Sandy" . . . National Honor Society . . . G.A.A. Queen . . . Girls’ State . . . red hair . . . active on the gym floor . . . Y-Teens treasurer . . . beautician . . . romance is pastime . . . ex-officio typist of WE
SARAH ANN GRISMORE "Sarie" . . . attended World Affairs Institute . . . Girls’ State . . . disputatious . . .
COLEEN S. GUDAKUNST "Coco" . . . bashful, but friendly . . sweet . . . demure . . . enjoys sewing and singing with sister
DANNY LEE GUNN "Rifle" . . . Senior Class Play . . . football co-captain . . . four year track letterman.
10LARRY ELLIOT GUNN "Pode" . . . black, wavy hair . . . Parliamentary Procedure Contest . . . low voice . . .
JOYCE ANN HAUENSTEIN "Joyce" . . . National Honor Society . . . head majorette . . . Girls' State . . . dancing and whirling and tapping and twirling . . . changeable mood . . . studious worker . . . always seen with Paula
PAMELA HEIFNER "Pam" . . . National Honor Society . . . editor of THE VOICE . . . her sunny smile beams on everyone . . . Girls' State . . . Salutatorian ... on Student Council . . .
AMOS L. HACKWORTH "Amos" . . . Senior Class Play . . . steady F.F.A. treasurer . . . Agriculture Judging Team
ready for fun, but willing to work . . .
BRUCE GORDON HODGES "Hodgy" • • • very studious . . never speaks unless spoken to . . . trumpet . . absent? . . .
STEVEN M. HINDALL "Steve" . . • National Honor Society . . . Hi-Y treasurer . . . Sports editor of yearbook . . . red Corvette . . . unpredictable blond . . . enjoys sailing . . . gun crazy . . . Sandy’s constant companion
11MARK DAVID HODGES "Markus Hains" . . . stage crew . . . maniac on wheels . . .hard worker toward Youth Center
SYLVIA RUTH HOUSER "Birdie" . . . G.A.A. cook . chewing gum and chatter . smiling, if not laughing . . know she's there
NORMA JEAN KLINGLER
"Norma" . . . National Honor Society . . . Y-Teens President . . . U.N. Trip . . . National Y-Teens Convention . . . Senior carnival fortuneteller . . . works at Messick's . . . future elementary teacher . . .
GARY DUANE McCOOL "Stein" . . . science-minded . . . National Merit . . . Youth Center . . . reserved . . . reads
ROGER A. MIHALUS "Bop" . . . fiend for sick jokes . . . World Affairs Institute . . . imported from Celveland
ROBERT G. HUDDLESTON "Happy Bob" . . . new senior from Colorado . . . talks his way into trouble . . . big feet
KAY LOUISE MARLING
"Casey" . . . major-domo of 8th period library . . . small, but so is a stick of dynamite.
ROBERT W. MOLONEY, JR. "Bob" . . . Annapolis bound . . . National Merit Scholar stage crew . . . Supermarket
12DONALD GENE MOSER "Don" . . . active in F.F.A.
. . . wavy blond hair . . . "What's that I hear? radio!
LONNIE BOUTWELL NICHOLS "Lonnie" . . . friendly with a cute smile . . . natural blonde streak in dark brown hair.
FRANK WILLIS PUMPHREY , JR. "Frank" . . . both class plays . . . plays a "mean" tuba . . . pleasant . . . guitar lessons
PATRICIA CHARLENE NELSON "Pat" . . . tall and slim . . . fast talking . . . rarely seen without Coleen or Judy . . . freckles . . .
LILEA MARIE PIFER "Lilea" . . . erect posture . . . good Latin student . . . office girl . . . librarian . . . studious . . . friendly
WILLIAM H. RAUSCH "Bill" . • • sentinel of F.F.A Soph, year . . . land judging . . . great pal of Moser . . .
DONALD A. NICHOLS "Clootch" . . . subtle wit . . . speediest athlete . . . white 60 Chevy . . . future engineer
MELVIN WAYNE PLUMMER "Wang" . . . bashful . . . active in Hi-Y . . . licorice kid . . . beachcombers and "shades."
JERRY LEROY RAYL "Waldo" . . . F.F.A. advisor . . . Parliamentary Procedure Contest . . . land judging . . .
13ARCHIBALD WARREN RODGERS "Arch" . . . National Honor Society . . . Student Council president . . . Interclass . . . vice-president of Senior Class . . . athlete of the year . . . Senior play . . . "one day off a week" . . . easy going
JOHN A. SABOL "Fleet" . • • footloose and fancy free . . . always has an answer . . . sports-minded . .
PAMELA ANN SHADLEY "Pam" . . . Girls' State . . . ideas of becoming a secretary . . . gone with the wind . . .
THOMAS GORDON SHANKS "Shanksie" . . . National Honor Society . . . Valedictorian . . . editor of yearbook . . . Senior class treasurer . . . pianist . . . Interclass two years . . . Merit finalist . • • "Where's Tom this period?" . . .
KARL DAVID SIMON "Simmy" . . . National Honor Society . . . Boys' State . . . Interclass . . . Student Council . . . trumpet . . • soda jerk . . . nice guy . ■ . swell personality . • • both class plays • . . Marilyn's special . . . scooter
RICHARD EDWARD SIMMONS "Eddie" . . . devilish . . . "Do I have to do it today? "... good looking . . . ready Eddie
14PEGGY SUE SIZEMORE "Peg" . - • pleasant smile . . . regular library visitor . . . shorthand and typing . . .
JARILYN LEE STOLL "Frenchie" . . . tall . . . hopes of becoming a model . . . "Number, please! "...
O.N.U. boys . . .
JON URICH "Jon" . . . red hair . . . Hi-Y . . . chorus . ■ • mile run in track . . . bashful . . . speedy
BARBARA JEAN STOBER "Jean" . . . nice personality . . . boy far away . . . readings . . . flute . . . class play . . .
THOMAS SMELSER "Tiny" . . . Senior class play . . . "What the hair’s going on here? "... Balish regular
PAULA ANN STOVE "Paula" . . . National Honor Society . . . yearbook business manager . . . assistant director of 1961 Junior Class Play . . . "elderberry wine" . . . flute . . . here and there and everywhere . . . garrulous . . .
SHIRLEY ANN WADE "Shir" . . . argumentative . . . office girl . . . librarian . . . tall, and that's not all! . . . wavy hair . . .
JUDITH RAE WAGNER "Jute" . . . F.H.A. President . . . giggles . . . Hardin County Parliamentarian . . . friendly
15CYNTHIA IRENE WARREN "Cindy" . . . engaged . . . fun to be with . . . import from Lima Senior High . . . works in Lima
JOY ANN WICKENDEN
"Joy" . . . returned to Ada for Sr. year . . . endless fountain of laughter . . . party girl . . .
RUTH BERNICE WEBB "Bernice" . . . quiet disposition . . . bookworm . . . "Oh, I don't know" ... a sparkle that is different
RICHARD LEROY WYSS
"Dick" . . . Agriculture Judging Team . . . distinctive laugh . . . good athlete . . . "Ice
SANDRA SUE WYSS "Sue" . . . National Honor Society . . . Homecoming Queen . . . Girls' State . . . Penny Queen at Senior Carnival . . . Intramural manager . . . petite cheerleader . . . big blue eyes . . . dimple . . . friendly nature
DONNA LOU WEIHRAUCH "Donna" . . . engaged . . . mousey . . . pessimistic . . . active in F.H.A. and band . . . clarinet
JUDITH YINGER RODEBACK "Jude" . . . wed in March . . . cheerleader . . . well-liked . . . easy going . . . enjoys bowling
16 SENIOR ACTIVITIES
ANSPACH, DENNIS - - French 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, president 4, Hi-Y King 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Boys' ensemble 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4, co-captain 4; Baseball 2; Track 3,4.
AUSTIN, CHAROLETTE- -F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Y-Teens 2; Chorus 1,3; Girls’ ensemble 3.
BENNETT, VICKIE- -THE VOICE reporter 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, secretary-treasurer 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Chorus 1,4
BROWN, DOUG--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3,4.
BROWN, ELWANDA--Y-Teen UN Trip; Y-Teen Conference; Y-Teen Queen 4; THE VOICE circulation 4; F.H.A. 1; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Class Play 3,4.
CHENEY, TOM--F.F.A. 1 ,2,3,4, secretary 3, president 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Land Judging Team 1,2,4.
CLAPPER, MARLENE--National Honor Society; Homecoming Attendant 3; Class secretary 4; WE--assistant music editor 2, organization editor 3, administration editor 4; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, treasurer 3, intramural manager 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Flute quartet 1; Flute trio 2; Woodwind trio 4; Woodwind quintet 1,2,4; District Music Contest 1,2,4; State Music Contest 1,2,4; Class Play 3; General Scholarship 1,2,3,4.
COLE, CAROL ANN --Horn ecoming Attendant 2; THE VOICE--assistant business manager 3, business manager 4; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Girls' ensemble 3; Class Play 3,4; Librarian 4.
CONLEY, JOAN - - F rench Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, cook 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Brass ensemble 4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; Librarian 4.
DARLINGTON, DAWN--Girls‘ State; Homecoming Attendant 4; Interclass 4; THE VOICE--feature editor 4; French Club 3,4, president 3, vice-president 4; Latin Club 1,2, vice-pres.
1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Office 3; General scholarship 1,2,4; Senior scholarship.
DEARTH, JUANITA--G.A.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3.
DEARTH, RUTH ANN- -F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Glee Club 4.
DEARTH, TOM--Class treasurer 1,3, Class vice-president 2, Class president 4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 2,3; Track 3; Class Play 3.
DOWNING, BUD - -
DUFFY, CARL- -
ELWOOD, SHIRLEY--WE business staff 3; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; General scholarship 1,2,3.
ENGLISH, JERRY--Chorus 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Track 3,4; Class Play 3,4.
FLEMING, DAVID--National Honor Society; Boys' State; WE class editor 3; F.F.A. 1,2; Hi-Y 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Baritone solo 4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; General scholarship 1,2,3; Senior scholarship.
FLEMING, MAXINE--National Honor Society; Interclass 3; G.A.A. Attendant 4; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Woodwind quintet 1,4; District Music Contest 1,4; State Music Contest 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; General scholarship 3.
FULKS, SANDRA --National Honor Society; Girls' State; G.A.A. Queen; THE VOICE--circulation manager 2, social editor 3, typist 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, vice-president 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4, treasurer 4; Chorus 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Girls' ensemble 2,4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; Class Play 3; General scholarship 4; Senior scholarship.
GILBERT, BARBARA--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Chorus 1.
GRAHAM, MARTHA- -F.H.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; (from Terre Haute, Indiana--Bible Club 1; Library Club 2).
GRISMORE, SARAH - - Wo rid Affairs Conference; Girls' State; Interclass 3; THE VOICE--typist 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, reporter 1, treasurer 4; Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 4; General scholarship 3,4; Senior scholarship.
17GUDAKUNST, COLEEN--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; Chorus 2,4; Office 3.
GUNN, DAN--Hi-Y 2; Football 2,3,4, co-captain 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4.
GUNN, LARRY - -F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 2,3; Track 1,2; Land Judging Team 3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3,4.
HACKWORTH, AMOS--F.F.A. 3,4, treasurer 3,4; Class Play 4; Land Judging Team 3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3,4; Vo-Ag scholarship 4.
HAUENSTEIN, JOYCE--National Honor Society; Girls1 State; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, intramural manager 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4, membership chairman 2, publicity chairman 3; Majorette 1,2,3; Drum Majorette 4; Office 2,3; General scholarship 2,3,4.
HEIFNER, PAMELA --Salutatorian; National Honor Society; Girls' State; Interclass 2; THE
VOICE--assistant circulation manager 1, circulation manager 2, business manager 3, editor 4; French Club 1,2, president 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, secretary 3; Student Council 2,3,4, secretary 3; Y-Teens 4; Chorus 1; Class Play student director 3; Office 2,3; General scholarship 4; Senior scholarship.
HINDALL, STEVE--National Honor Society; WE business staff 1,2, miscellaneous editor 3, sports editor 4; French Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, treasurer 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3; Track 1,4; Class Play 3; Librarian 2,3; General scholarship 4; Senior scholarship.
HODGES, BRUCE--Band 1,2,3,4.
HODGES, MARK--Hi-Y 3; Chorus 4; Stage Crew 2,3,4.
HOUSER, SYLVIA --Homecoming Attendant 1; Class treasurer 2; THE VOICE--reporter 3, exchange editor 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, intramural manager 3; Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, reporter 3; Chorus 1,2,4; Girls' ensemble 2; General scholarship 3,4; Senior scholarship.
HUDDLESTON, ROBERT --Interclass 4; Spanish Club 3 (Denver); Class Play 3,4; Senior schl-arship.
KLINGLER, NORMA --National Honor Society; National Y-Teen Conference; Y-Teen Leadership Camp; Class secretary 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2, secretary 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, intramural manager 3; Y-Teens 2,3,4, secretary 3, president 4; Chorus 1; Office 3.
McCOOL, GARY--Latin Club 1,2; Football 2; General scholarship 1,2,3,4; Senior scholarship.
MARLING, KAY--WE business staff 3; Latin Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, treasurer 4; Chorus 1,2; Glee Club 4; Girls' ensemble 4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; Class Play 3; Librarian 2,3,4.
MIHALUS, ROGER--World Affairs Conference.
MOLONEY, ROBERT - -Merit Scholar; Stage crew 3,4; General scholarship 1,2; Senior scholarship.
MOSER, DON --F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Land Judging Team 1 ,2,3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3,4.
NELSON, PATTY--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, parliamentarian 3, historian 4; Chorus 1,4; Office 4.
NICHOLS, DONALD--French Club 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2; Chorus 1; Glee Club 2,3; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 2; T rack 1,2 .
NICHOLS, LONNIE--F.H.A. 1; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Y-Teens 2; Cheerleader 1,2,3.
PIFER, LILEA--WE --assi stant organization editor 4; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3, Chorus 1,2; Librarian 4; Office 4; General scholarship 3; Senior scholarship.
PLUMMER, WAYNE--Hi-Y 2,3,4, secretary 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3.
PUMPHREY , FRANK--WE business staff 3; French Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, chaplain 4; Band 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Glee Club 3; Class Play 3,4.
RAUSCH, WILLIAM--F.F.A. 2,3,4, sentinel 3; Football 3; Baseball 1,2,3; Land Judging Team 3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3.
RAYL, JERRY--F.F.A. 1; Basketball 1; Land Judging Tearn 1 ; Parliamentary Procedure T earn 1.
RODEBECK, JUDY--F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Woodwind quintet 1,2,4; District Music Contest 1; State Music Contest 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Librarian 4.
RODGERS, ARCHIE--National Honor Society; Interclass 2; Hi-Y Model Legislature 3,4; Class vice-president 4; THE VOICE--assistant news editor 3, typist 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, treasurer 1, president 2; Student Council 2,3,4, treasurer 3, president 4; Chorus 1;
Glee Club 2,3; Boys' ensemble 3; Football 1,2,3,4, co-captain 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Class Play 4; General scholarship 1,2,4; Senior scholarship.
18SABOL, JOHN--Interclass 3; Class vice-president 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,3,4; Baseball 2; Track 1,2,4; Class Play 4.
SHADLEY, PAM--Girls' State; WE--business staff 2, assistant sports editor 3, class editor 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, song leader 2,3; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y -Teens 3,4; Chorus 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Girls' ensemble 4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; Librarian
SHANKS, THOMAS--Valedictorian; National Honor Society; Merit Finalist; N.H.S. Finalist; Interclass 2,4; Class treasurer 4; WE --assi stant class editor 2, social editor 3, editor 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club accompanist 2,3; Woodwind quintet 1,4; Clarinet ensemble 4; Saxophone ensemble 4; Ohio Boys' Band 1,2; District Band 1,2,3; District Music Contest 1,2,4; State Music Contest 1,2,4; General scholarship 1,2,3,4; Senior scholarship.
SIMMONS, EDDIE--Class secretary 2; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2.
SIMON, KARL --National Honor Society; Boys' State; Interclass 4; WE--business staff 2, assistant administration editor 4; French Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, secretary 3; Student Council 4, vice-president 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Brass ensemble 3,4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; Class Play 3,4; General scholarship 3; Senior scholarship. SIZEMORE, PEGGY--
SMELSER, TOM - - Baseball 2; Class Play 4.
STOBER, JEAN- - French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1 ,2,3,4, secretary 4; Y-Teens 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Flute quartet 1; Flute trio 2,4; District Music Contest 2; State Music Contest 2; Class Play 3; General scholarship 1,2,3,4.
STOLL, JARILYN--French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4, song leader 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,4; Girls' trio 1; Girls' ensemble 4; Brass sextet 4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4.
STOVE, PAULA--National Honor Society; Y-Teens UN Trip; Interclass 3; Class president 3; WE business staff 2, assistant business manager 3, business manager 4; French Club 1,2, president 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4, vice-president 3; program chairman 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Flute trio 2; Flute duet 4; Flute quartet 1; District Music Contest 2,4; State Music Contest 2; Office 2,3,4; General scholarship 1,2; Senior scholarship.
URICH, J ON - -Hi-Y 2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; Track 3.
WADE, SHIRLEY--F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; Chorus 1; Glee Club 2; Office 4; Librarian 4.
WAGNER, JUDY - -F.H. A. 1,2,3,4, president 4, Hardin County Parliamentarian 4; G.A.A. 1,2;
Chorus 1; Senior scholarship 4.
WARREN, CYNTHLA--G.A.A. 1; Y-Teens 1 ; Band 1,2,3; Flute ensemble 1; Librarian 1,2;
Class Play 1; Office 1.
WEBB, BERNICE - -G.A.A. 2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; Chorus 4.
WEIHRAUCH, DONNA - - F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 3; Band 1,2,3; General scholarship 2,3.
WICKENDEN, JOY--Class president 2; WE business staff 2, music editor 4; G.A.A. 2,4; Latin Club; Y-Teens 2,4; Office 2; (from California--California Scholarship Federation; Spanish Honor Society; Spanish Club 3; Cal Hi Pep Club 3; Chorus).
WYSS, RICHARD--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, reporter 3, vice-president 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,4; Track 1,2; Land Judging Team 2,3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team
WYSS, SUE--National Honor Society; Girls' State; Homecoming Queen; WE--assistant sports editor 2, sports editor 3, senior editor 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, secretary 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, intramural manager 4; Student Council 4, secretary 4; Y-Teens 3,4; Chorus 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Girls' ensemble 4; District Music Contest 4; State Music Contest 4; Cheerleader 1,2,4.
19Janet Hall, Nancy Anspach, Lilea Pifer, Pat Nelson, Shirley Wade, Judy Shepherd, Geneva Motter, Paula Stove.
WILLIAM ANSLEY B.S. in Ed.
Ohio State University The music that rings through the halls throughout the day directs our attention to Mr. Ansley, the BAND DIRECTOR. He also teaches GEOGRAPHY 7. On a nice sunny day you may find him participating in either golf or baseball.
MRS. JOHN BOZARTH B. A.
Ohio Northern University Mrs. Bozarth teaches all COMMERCIAL subjects including the new course PERSONAL TYPING. After preparing supper for her three children, she enjoys reading, but may return to school for a Y-Teen meeting--of which she is one of the advisors.
WILLIAM EVANS B. A.
Ohio Northern University Mr. Evans, who teaches AMERICAN HISTORY and SOCIAL PROBLEMS, belongs to that faction which enjoys delving into the past. His favorite hobby is searching for antiques, but he also can be found with a fish-pole in his hand.
MRS. THOMAS FELT A. B.
Wooster College "Stand up to the world and live." Who’s speaking? Why, of course, it’s Mrs. Felt preparing her SENIOR and SOPHOMORE ENGLISH students for the years ahead. Mrs. Felt's duties include being director of the yearly junior and senior plays. When she manages to find time, she likes to be with the two men in her life--her husband and son, George.
21MRS. FRED HEIFNER B.S. in Ed.
Miami University Mrs. Heifner is the busy mother of three girls and the keeper of a new home, as well as a teacher of junior high ENGLISH and some of the high school SOCIAL SUBJECTS. She likes to spend her spare hours reading or possibly playing bridge.
WAYNE KAUFMAN B.S. in Ed.
Ohio State University In addition to teaching U. S. HISTORY and OHIO HISTORY, Mr. Kaufman can be found on the athletic field in his job as head FOOTBALL COACH. He also finds time to coach the reserve BASKETBALL team and in the spring--BASEBALL.
MRS. WAYNE KAUFMAN B.S.M.
Capital University The VOCAL MUSIC spirit can be attributed to the enthusiasm of Mrs. Kaufman, the instructor. She spends many extra hours preparing concerts with excellent results. When not at the school she enjoys sewing, playing the piano, refinishing furniture and being with her two children.
J. J. KREGLOW B.S. in Ag.
Ohio State University Mr. Kreglow is no beginner in teaching VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. He has had many good judging teams both in land judging and live stock. He enjoys his work as F.F.A. adviser as you can tell by the interest he takes in it. For relaxation he likes to follow sports and engage in them.
22MRS. EVERETT LUDWIG B.S. in Ed.
Ohio Northern University A normal day for Mrs. Ludwig means getting three children ready for school, teaching the BIOLOGY students how to dissect a frog or a fish, demonstrating correct use of a trampoline in PHYSICAL EDUCATION, supervising the cheerleaders, and advising the G.A.A. She then finds time for a bowling
MRS. GEORGE McELROY A. B.
Ohio Northern University 2x 3y Mrs. Mc-Elroy. She can readily explain ALGEBRA I II, GENERAL MATH, or PLANE GEOMETRY and keep them all straight. After advising a Y-Teen meeting, she may be found watching television or reading.
MRS. ANTHONY MILNAR B.S.M.; M.S. in L.S. DePauw University Catholic University Mrs. Milnar doesn’t have any trouble in teaching her SPEECH class. As she is the LIBRARIAN she can recommend good books, and any grammar or literary references come from her ENGLISH III classes. Her extracurricular duty is advisor to the ANNUAL staff. Although she likes to read, she has never been caught reading at ball games.
ARTHUR NORBERG B.S. in Ed.
Ohio Northern University Fizz! Mr. Norberg has just conducted another experiment--one of his many duties as a teacher of CHEMISTRY and GENERAL SCIENCE. He is also Hi-Y advisor. In his spare time he enjoys reading, playing golf, or spending an afternoon with his little son David Allen.
23MRS. ROBERT PRICE B.S. in Ed.
Ohio Northern University Away to Italy! Mrs. Price has brought honor to Ada High School by being selected as a Fullbright Scholar to study in Italy for the summer. She teaches LATIN and is director of the dynamic Latin plays. Along with teaching READING and ENGLISH 7, she is adviser of THE VOICE.
In her spare time she enjoys sewing, cooking, and translating Cicero.
LOWELL REESE A. B.
Ohio Northern University In addition to the squares triangles, cubes, and globes, which are found in Room 111, will also be Mr. Reese as he teaches MATH 7 and 8, SOLID GEOMETRY, and the wonders of TRIGONOMETRY. He enjoys spending evenings with his family or woodworking, but is now looking forward to his new home in the country.
NORMAN REX B.S. in Ed.
Ohio Northern University The buzzing noise of a saw--the bang of the hammer--and the scraping of a plane are the sounds that surround Mr. Rex five days a week as he teaches INDUSTRIAL ARTS. To get away from it all he finds a relaxing refuge in hunting and fishing in the quiet outdoors.
HARLAN SNOUFFER B.S. in Ed.
Ohio State University Mr. Snouffer joined the faculty as BASKET -BALL COACH and had a very successful season, and his TRACK team is out to break all records. He also teaches DRIVER EDUCATION, GEOGRAPHY, and PHYSICAL EDUCATION. On a warm sunny day he enjoys the relaxation of fishing or the thrill of hunting.
24MRS. LEHR REESE B.S.
MRS. RUSSELL SNOW B.S.; M.S.
Bowling Green West Ky. State Col.
State University Univ. of Illinois My that smells good! It must be the smell of peanut butter cookies coming from the HOME ECONOMICS department where Mrs. Reese can be found most of the day. Mrs. Reese, who took over when Mrs. Snow received a very serious injury which necessitated her giving up her work, is also adviser of the F.H.A. organization. Besides sewing and cooking, Mrs.
Reese enjoys bowling.
RICHARD SUNDERMAN B.S. ; M.S. University of Michigan Bowling Green State University Whenever there is a scholarship test of any type being given, Mr. Sunderman will be found because he is the GUIDANCE COUNSELOR at Ada High School.
Along with counselling he teaches PHYSICS and MATH 8. In his spare time he enjoys photography.
H. RICHARD WATSON B.S. in Ed.
Ohio University "Have cut--will bandage" is Mr. Watson's motto while teaching FIRST-AID. When he is not busy teaching 7th grade SCIENCE and PHYSICAL EDUCATION, he enjoys a hunting or fishing trip with Mr. Norberg, Mr. Kaufman, and Mr. Evans. In the fall he is ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH.
MRS. ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN B.S.
Ohio Northern University Mrs. Wiedemann brings the sweet voice of Paris to our halls as she teaches classes in FRENCH. She also teaches ENGLISH 7 and 9, serves as DEAN OF GIRLS, and as adviser of the STUDENT COUNCIL may be seen helping at the popcorn machine at basketball games. In her spare time she enjoys collecting and refinishing antiques.SEATED: Claudia Hubbell, Carol Harmon, Janet Duffy, Susan Simon, Sharon Hattery, Jean Fletcher, Carol Dudgeon, Marianne Pifer. STANDING: Joan Conley, Shirley Elwood, Carol Cole, Lilea Pifer, Shirley Wade, Joyce Crouse Pam Shadley, Judy Yinger, Kay Marling.
STANDING Mark Hodges Mr. Rex Don Dearth Larry Hathaway Robert Moloney Terry Rainey FRONT ROW Bun Montgomery John Dearth Raymond Daniels
STANDING George Fell Gary Spradlin Leroy Downing Richard Klingenberger FRONT ROW Dave Munro John Fox
Gary WAGNER..........Vice President
Kenny BADERTSCHER . . President Geneva MOTTER........Secretary
Warren SMITH............Vice President
Peggy HUGHES.........Vice President
Judy McFARLAND .... Secretary Tracy BROWN..........Treasurer
John AMBURGEY Jerry AMSTUTZ Ed ANSPACH Frank BADERTSCHER Sue BOZARTH
Susie BROWN Brenda BURRIS Calvin CONLEY Barbara CRIBLEY David CROWE
Ray DANIELS Tom DILTS Dan DOTSON Carol DUDGEON Paula EDENS
Charles EPLEY Charles FLEMING Robert FLEMING Jeanne FLETCHER Bill GOODWIN
Fern GUDAKUNST Janet HALL Kay HALL Paul HOPSON Claudia HUBBELL
absent Frank BURKHOLDER Sharon HATTERY Warren PRATT Warren SMITHDavid JOHNSON Marilyn KEITH Patty KIPKER Dick KLINGLER Cathie KRAMER
Karen LaVINESS Gary McCURDY Judy MATHEWSON Karen MOE Bun MONTGOMERY
Hugh MURPHY Eric NOE Bonnie PRICE Jackie REITER Karl ROIDER
Jo Ann RUNSER Nancy SALE Larry SANDERS Bruce SCHMIDT Dick SHANKS
Janice SHIELDS Ruby SIMON Millie SMITH Bonnie SPRUNGER Mary Jane STARLING
Joyce UMPHRESS Jim VANDEMARK Byron WEIHRAUCH Judy WELLER Jerry WILLIAMS
29Nancy ANSPACH Ken BADERTSCHER Pam BOSCH Carolyn BOUTWELL Cherie BOZARTH
Ron BREWER Bruce BROWN Janet BURKHOLDER Dennis CASPER Dennis CHANDLER
Chester CHENEY Mary COOK Don DEARTH John DOBNICKER Janet DUFFY
Gary ECKENRODE Mike FAILOR Carol HARMON Mildred HARMON Bo HINDALL
Dennis IAMS Janice IRWIN Sue JONES Gwen KEITH Larry KINDLE
30Sondra KIPKER Brad KLINGLER John KNELL Sharon LONG Cheryl McALPIN
Donna McCOOL Roberta McELROY Karen MARTIN Kandy MILLER Sherry MOORE
Christine MOSER Geneva MOTTER John NELSON Tom PARKHILL Marianne PIFER Marie PLUMMER
Rob PRICE Terry RAINEY Gary REAMS Sharon ROBINSON Robert ROOF Ann Schafer
Lloyd SCHICK Judy SHEPHERD Clarence SHU LAW Joyce SIMON Susie SIMON Jim SMELSER
Bill SONNETT Eldon STALEY Glenn STAVENGER Janet VANDEMARK Gary WAGNER Carol WARTHMAN
Absent Gary RICHENDOLLAR Eileen WAGNERNOW
Beve rly AMSTUTZ
F red BOSSE
Roge r HILL
Mary Jane PUMPHREY
F rank WARREN
IN MEMORIAM Carol Wilkerson
34FRONT ROW: Leslie Allen, Martha Koop, Tom Wade, Delbert Henry, Karen Plummer, Bar-
bara Skinner. 2nd: Anita Long, Larry Rodgers, Mike Stavenger, Jon Truman, Mary Downing, Linda Dilts, Connie Lambert. TOP ROW: Linda Quay, Richard Tipple, Jackie Montgomery,
Dennis McClure, Roberta Griffith, Robert James, Clyde Curtis. ABSENT: Deryl Van Atta,
35FRONT ROW: Carolyn Lambert, Susan Stambaugh, Alvin Helser, Diann Treen, Carolyn Johnson, Melvin Recker, Larry Musser, Jack Williams. 2nd ROW: Jill Roberts, Connie Graham,
Judy Prater, Robert Downing, Kenneth Austin, JoAnn Vandemark, Greg Campbell. TOP ROW: Bill Williams, Tom Boutwell, Robert Grismore, Larry Brown, Lloyd Boutwell, Michael Pitts, Robert Irwin, Dennis Burris, Michael Hattery. ABSENT: Russell Hull.
FRONT ROW: Debbie Reese, Steven Stambaugh, Glenda Webb, Judy Edens, Brad Hindall, Linda
Fulks. 2nd: Robert Schadler, Sharon Sobers, Linda Shadley, Shirley Wright, Joan Moser,
Richard Klingenberger, Phyllis Hodges, Dan Pumphrey, Kathy James. TOP: Daniel Collett,
Joseph Crist, Tana Tipple, Karen Peper, Bruce Noe, Etoile Heifner, Diane Hanson, David Munro, Gary Spradlin. ABSENT: Becky Hetrick, Joyce Hull.
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
Etoile Joyce Judy Kathy Priscilla
HEIFNER CROUSE FLEMING JAMES PRICE
President Secretary-Treasure r
KENNETH HOPSON LEWIS BENTON Vice President PAULA YINGER
FRONT ROW- Doreen Reiter, Peggy Nelson, Don Emlinger, Terry McCool, Charles Conley, Linda Austin, Paul Basinger, Kathy Fee. 2nd ROW: Tom Lee Williams, Larry Weller, Jean-
nine Ellison, Linda Moser, Jane Helser, Linda Fleming, Larry Tidd, Don Robinson, Terry Johnson, Lon Robinson, Jay Sizemore. TOP ROW: Ray Staley, Santos Andrade, Dale Miller,
Kenneth Hopson, Louise Fogle, Bill Stull, Frank Elzay, Steve Burris. Boyd Boutwell, Ron Kipker, Dan Dearth, Robert Mihalus, Gary Tidd. ABSENT: Larry Hattery.
37FRONT ROW: A1 Wright, Stephen Reese, Mark Staley, Bill Krofft, Tom Starling, Carl Wilker-son. 2nd ROW: Bonnie Archer, Priscilla Price, Dorothy Dobnicker, Cheryl Kindle, Judy
Brown, Jackie Love, Bill Hawley, Cynthia Stimmel, Paula Yinger, Vicki Crouse, Patricia Guider, Rex Keith. TOP ROW: Jay Epley, Roscoe Dearth, Diane Hackworth, Cathy Smith, Donna Koch, Susie Failor, Robert Fox, Judy Fleming, Miriam Hall, Terry Kindle, Bill Rainey, Donavin Dunbar. ABSENT: Paul Baughman, Claudia Clum, Nancy Price, Jerry Rush, Alice Van Atta.
FRONT ROW: David Downing, Charlotte Willeke, Janice Neiswander, Joanna Roof, Gary Willeke, Lewis Benton, Sherry Wright, James Wright. 2nd ROW: Dennis Moore, Kenneth Amburgey, LaDonna Dearth, Drena Hathaway, Peggy DeLong, Richard Clark, Yaroslav Andrus-iak, Charles Goodwin, Wayne Simon, Mahlen Darlington, Patty Long, Bill Shulaw, Jerry Simmons. TOP ROW: Albert Keller, Richard Klingler, Mike Hindall, Diana Cole, Mary Recker, Jackie Phillians, Gary Ludwig, Steven Devier, Ruth Ann Fletcher, Sue Long, Jane Brown, Bill Jennings. ABSENT: Sharon Brewer.
39EDDIE SIMMONS Sr. Halfback
JOHN SABOL Sr. Halfback
DICK WYSS Sr. Halfback
ARCHIE RODGERS Sr. Quarterback
WAYNE PLUMMER Sr. Guard
JERRY ENGLISH Sr. Center
DAN GUNN Sr. Tackle
DOUG BROWN Sr. GuardJOHN AMBURGEY Jr. Halfback
BILL GOODWIN Jr. Fullback
BRAD KLINGLER Soph. Quarterback
BOB FLEMING Jr. Guard
JIM TREEN Fresh. Guard
GARY REAMS Soph. End
DENNIS ANSPACH Sr. Tackle
MIKE FAILOR Soph. Guard
DENNIS CHANDLER Soph. Tackle
41FRONT ROW: Mgr. John Knell, Mike Failor, John Curry, Charles Hubbell, Larry Hathaway,
Dan Allen, Don Everhart, Pat Butterfield, Wynn Hauenstein, Dick Klingler, Don Simon. 2nd ROW: Dennis Chandler, Gary Reams, Brad Klingler, Jim Smelser, Tom Parkhill, Bruce Brown,
Tim Treen, Glenn Williams, Warren Pratt, Bob Fleming, Tom Dearth. TOP ROW: COACH Wayne Kaufman, Ed Simmons, David Johnson, Dick Wyss, Jerry English, Doug Brown, John Sabol, Bill Goodwin, Archie Rodgers, Karl Roider, Charles Fleming, Larry Sanders, John Amburgey, Wayne Plummer, COACH Richard Watson. ABSENT: Dennis Anspach, Dan Gunn, manager Mike Bowden
MANAGERS Mike Bowden John Knell
Coach WAYNE KAUFMAN
Assistant RICHARD WATSON
PREVIEW Ada 12 Kenton 0
Ada 6 Hardin Northern 0
REGULAR SEASON Ada 6 Wapakoneta 20
Ada 6 Biuffton 0
Ada 12 Hardin Northern 12
Ada 58 Triad 0
Ada 58 North Baltimore 24
Ada 38 Defiance 6
Ada 36 LaF ayette 0
Ada 42 Bath 12
QUARTERBACKS Pat Butte rfield--Tom Parkhill --B rad Klingler
BACKS Dick Klingler Bill Goodwin John Amburgey Dan Allen Wynn Hauenstein Bruce Brown
ENDS John Curry Chuck Hubbell Butch Simon Warren Pratt Glenn Williams
TACKLES Don Everhart Chuck Hathaway Dennis Chandler Charles Fleming Larry Sanders Dave Johnson
GUARDS Mike Failor Bob Fleming Jim Treen8
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Mary Jane Starling, Joyce Simon, Cathie Kramer, Sue Jones, Sharon Smelser.
44FRANK BADERTSCHER Jr. Guard
GARY REAMS Soph. Forward
TOM PARKHILL Soph. Guard
HARLAN SNOUFFER Varsity Coach
JOHN SABOL Sr. Guard
ARCHIE RODGERS Sr. Forward
DAN GUNN WAYNE KAUFMAN STEVE HINDALL
Sr. Center Reserve Coach Sr. CenterVARSITY
STANDING: Bill Goodwin, John Sabol, Tom Parkhill, Gary Reams, Steve Hindall, Archie Rodgers, Dan Gunn, Frank Badertscher. KNEELING: manager Earl Fisher, coach Harlan Snouffer.
FRONT ROW: manager Mike Failor, Pat Butterfield. Don Poling, John Curry, Dan Allen, Tracy Brown, Wynn Hauenstein. BACK ROW: Brad Klingler, Gary Wagner, Kenny Badertscher, Dennis Chandler, Dave Rayl, Glenn Williams, John Knell, Bruce Brown.
46BASKETBALL SCHEDULE da 43 Wapakoneta 7
da 35 Bath 4
da 47 Kenton E
da 37 Lafayette 4
da 55 Forest 6
da 46 Gomer 4
da 48 Delphos Jefferson 6
da 61 Beaverdam 4
da 62 Bluffton 5
da 76 Harrod 4
da 44 Hardin Northern 4
da 50 Elida 4
da 86 Spence rville 6
MANAGERS: Mike Failor and Earl FisherCINDERMEN
FRONT ROW: Dennis Chandler, John Sabol . Jerry English , Dennis Anspach , Steve Hindall , Dan Dotson , Dan Gunn , Byron Weihrauch . BACK ROW: Karl Roider, Davtd McCurdy, Earl Fisher, John Currey, John Knell, Gary Richendollar, Warren Smith, Gary Reams , Bruce Brown , Jerry Williams , Mike Bowden. ABSENT: COACH SNOUFFER, Doug Brown . John Amburgey . LETTERM EN
Ada Kenton Wapakoneta
33 91 24
Ada Lima Junior Varsity
44 1 2 70 1 2
Ada Mt. Blanchard Van Buren 73 1 2 27 36 1 2
Ada Hardin Northern
Archie Rodgers receives the trophy as ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
48HARD BALL MEN
FRONT ROW: Charles Epley , Hugh Murphy, Bob Fleming , Archie Rodgers , Dick Wyss , Bill Goodwin , Dick Shanks, Frank Badertscher . BACK ROW: Manager Dan Collett, Dan Poling, Rob Price, Dan Allen , Brad Klingler , Tom Parkhill , Dan Rayl , Glenn Williams, Tracy Brown , Pat Butterfield, Mgr. Bob Shields. LETTERMEN
Ada 1 . SCHEDULE . . . Spencerville 5
Ada 6 . . . . Beaverdam 5
Ada 8 . . . . Wapakoneta St. Joseph 2
Ada 1 . . . . Gibsonburg 11
Ada 8 . . . . Bluffton 9
Ada 7 . . . . Hardin Northern 3
Ada 1 . . . . Gomer 2
Ada 2 . . . . Bath 3
Ada 2 . . . . Bluffton 3
Ada 5 . . . . Mount Blanchard 6
FRONT ROW: Tom Starling, Ken Amburgey, Bobby James, Jon Truman, Michael Stavenger, Billy Rainey, Bill Hawley, Wayne Simon, Dennis Moore. 2nd ROW: James Wright, Lewis Benton, Charles Goodwin, Greg Campbell, Delbert Henry, Donavin Dunbar, Richard Klingler, Alvin Helser, Jerry Simmons, Mark Staley. TOP ROW: COACH SNOUFFER, Gary Ludwig, Mike Hindall, Tom Williams, Steve Burris, Lloyd Boutwell, Bobby Irwin, Dennis McClure, Rick Tipple, Tom Boutwell, Rex Keith.
Joyce Crouse Etoile Heifner Judy Fleming Kathy James Priscilla Price
FRONT ROW: Brad Hindall, Tom Wade, Mike Hindall, Bill Rainey, Don Robinson, Richard Klingler. 2nd ROW: James Wright, Tom Williams, Dennis McClure, Steve Burris, Bobby Irwin, Boyd Boutwell, Ray Staley, Gary Ludwig, Jerry Rush. TOP ROW : COACH WATSON, Dennis Moore, Charles Goodwin, Daniel Collett, Wayne Simon, Ken Amburgey, Lloyd Boutwell
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Balish Confectionery Baughman's Greenhouse Binkley’s Poultry Market Breck's Clothing Store Brown’s Barber Shop Brown’s Gulf Service Burnett’s Barber Shop Carl Simon-Transportation of Raw Milk Chico’s Chrismer’s IGA Market Cole Dome Insurance Cole Motor Sales Community Oil Gas Conner's Music Company Crouse Implement Store Dairy Queen Dale’s Barber Shop Dorothy's Beauty Shop Earl’s Hardware Ernsberger Milling Company
Ford-Pugh Potato Chip Company-Lima, Ohio
Meet at the Leader . . . for everything for the student body in TEEN PAN ALLEY-for high school gals . . . 2nd Floor Annex and STORE FOR YOUNG MEN . . . Main Floor
Long’s Marathon Station J. W. Merta Hardware Messick’s
NORADO LANES NULTY PHOTO SERVICE - LIMA PEPER DRUG STORE
Preston Funeral Home Printcraft Card Co.—Scranton, Pa.
Pure Oil Service Reichert’s Clothing Roush Motor Sales Runser’s Shoe Repair Sam’s Shop John Sexton Company—Lima, Ohio State Candy Company-Lima, Ohio Steinman Brothers Lumber Company Taylor’s Market Maurice Umphress Garage Umphress Jewelers Varsity Shop-Lima-"Smart Clothes for Men Boys” Wright's Used Car Sales Wyss Sons Popcorn Zender-Kahn Music Shop-Lima, Ohio Zimmer Body Company
GAMBLES (Harold Smith, owner)
Gardner Drug Store Gardner’s Sohio Station Hauenstein's Dance Studio Highway Oil Company Hindall Sons
HERFF JONES COMPANY
Hoover Watch Clock Service Huber Furniture Appliances Hubbell Implement Company
CHIROPRACTORS J. T. John Wayne Morehart Maurine Stuart
DENTISTS A. L. Tipple R. E. Tipple Raymond Wink
PHYSICIANS Floyd M. Elliott, M.D.
Robert B. Elliott, M.D.
John A. Kramer, M.D.
Robert B. Love, M.D. OPTOMETRIST VETERINARIAN
Thomas B. Martin E. R. Rodabaugh
Dennis Anspoch, Don Gunn, Wynn Hauenstein, and Tom Parkhill examine some of the O.K. equipment
OHIO - KENTUCKY MANUFACTURING CO.
ADA , OHIO
53Mrs. Justin Corey shows Eric Noe o new section of o policy.
CAREY INSURANCE AGENCY
501 N. Main St. Ada, Ohio
PRESSING WHILE U-WAIT
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“Salty” delivers bread to cafeteria manager, Mrs. Viola Fox.
Maxine Fleming gives you "Service With a Smile," at the Ada Dairy.
551001 ARABIAN NIGHT THE FLYIHG FONTAII
WELCOME TO THE
Professional Photographer for this annual was —
Mr. Walter Wisniewski Senior Portraits
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THIRTY YEARS PRODUCING
"PHOTOGRAPHY AT ITS BEST"
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56THE LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK OF ADA
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FEEDS - SEEDS FARM SUPPLIES GRAIN AND COAL
Among young farmers who deal with the Ada Farmers Exchange
Jerry Williams, Dick Shanks, Frank Badertscher, and Dick Wyss.
57McCURDY STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF FARM HANDLING EQUIPMENT
McCURDY STEEL PRODUCTS CO.
“Like father-Like sons”
Dave and Gary McCurdy
ADA SUPER MARKET
Eldon Staley and Bob Huddleston stock the shelves for Mr. Layman, manager of the Ada Super Market.
pose for the photographer
58HANSON FUNERAL HOME
Ada 211 S. Main Ohio
"Okay Steve! Enough talk about cars,” says Mr. Walter Sousley. "LET'S TALK ABOUT INSURANCE.”
59YOU WILL ENJOY SHOPPING AT
GREGG’S DEPARTMENT STORE
' WHERE FRIENDS MEET”
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60WE WISH TO THANK OUR CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR PATRONAGE WHILE WE WERE IN ADA -IT WAS A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU -
Roberta Me Elroy and Shirley Wade wish that they could purchase the record player.
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63BEHIND THE SCENES
WE CLEAN — A c hdi c
Bob LaRue WE DRIVE
George Binkley--Tom Steinman
Dean Moore, Bernard Epley, Charles Reese, Bob LaRue, Warren Fisher, Noland Bur-man .
Mrs. Fox, Manager Mrs. Koop Mrs. Stair Mrs. Runser
TOP ROW: LaDonna Dearth, Mary Recker, Darlene Hitchcock, Martha Koop, Leslie Allen, Joyce Umphress, Mary Jane Starling. MIDDLE ROW : Cheryl Kindle, Ruth Fletcher, Drena Hathaway, Judy Fleming, Joanna Roof, Paula Yinger, Peggy DeLong. BOTTOM ROW: Mary Downing, Linda Dilts, Anita Long, Jackie Montgomery, Cathy Smith.
ACTIVITIESA collection of treasured memories
never-to-be forgotten formal dances
all are portrayed in our yearbook
nabling us to relive these happy times
TOM SHANKS, the editor of WE,
Selects those who will assistants be.
There are moments of grief and moments of fun But the editor's work is never done!
PAULA STOVE, who h ere is counting our gold Is the person by whom all the others are told What they may spend and what to delete.
In short, it is her job to see that ends meet.
SHERRY MOORE and senior editor SUE WYSS leave after school to sell ads.
LILEA PIFER and organization editor CATHIE KRAMER plan page lay-outs to determine picture sizes needed.Sports editor STEVE HINDALL and assistant KANDY MILLER search newspapers for appropriate headings
Music editor JOY WICKENDEN and assistant KAREN MARTIN help choir members prepare for the camera.
MARY JANE STARLING assists editor PAM SHADLEY in trying various arrangements of class pictures.
MARLENE Ci .APPER and assistant KARL SIMON type captions for their administration and faculty section.
MRS. MILNAR, yearbook adviser makes a final check of all pages before they go to the printer.
GENEVA MOTTER and social editor BONNIE PRICE trim and paste pictures on their pages. PRODUCTION OF
OULC tt UUiriL inuviiNM
(OB COLE JR.
STEP 1 --Editor-in-chief PAM HEIFNER, and MRS. FRANCES PRICE adviser, set the publica tion date for the next issue of THE VOICE.
STEP 2--Business manager CAROL COLE and her assistants, ROBERTA McELROY and CAROL WARTHMAN, count the money which they have collected from the sale of ads.
STEP 3--Maxine McBride is interviewed by eager reporters NANCY ANSPACH and DAWN DARLINGTON. Also taking notes are JUDY SHEPHERD, JANNET HALL, SYLVIA HOUSER, and CHERYL McALPIN.
STEP 4- -News editor JUDY MATHEW-SON and sports' writers ROB PRICE and KARL ROIDER juggle their rough drafts to find the best layout.
STEP 5--Dummy sheets are pasted by
MILLIE SMITH, feature editor during the first semester, and by social editor, SUSIE BROWN. Reporter DAWN DARLINGTON was promoted to feature editor during the second semester.
68STEP 6--Art editor MARIANNE PIFER is surrounded by her assistants, KATHY JAMES, ETOILE HEIFNER, ROB PRICE, ROGER HILL, and BOB MIHALUS, as they make use of the mimeoscope for printing headlines.
STEP 7- -Editor PAM HEIFNER reads the articles and approves page layouts.
STEP 8- -SARAH GRISMORE and SANDY FULKS type the final copy before the stencil is cut.
STEP 9--"Gremlins at work" seems to be the cry of GRETCHEN ARCHER and production manager JUDY MATHEWSON as they run off mimeographed copies of THE VOICE.
STEP 10--After all pages of THE VOICE have been "run off" JANICE IRWIN and SUE JONES staple the pages together.
STEP 11--At last THE VOICE is ready for distribution. Joy Wickenden buys a copy from JANICE IRWIN of the sales staff. Circulation manager SUE JONES and CAROL WARTHMAN approve.
69FRONT ROW: June Simon, Pam Bosch, Martha Graham, Linda Staley, Eileen Wagner, Mildred Harmon, Judy Weller, Judy Mathewson. 2nd ROW: Jackie Reiter, Joyce Simon, Connie Shields, Pat Nelson, Carol Dudgeon, Sarah Grismore, Fern Gudakunst, Marie Plummer, Donna Weih-rauch, Judy Wagner. 3rd ROW: Janet Duffy, Beverly Grismore, Charlotte Austin, Brenda Burris, Jeanne Fletcher, Sharon Hattery, Darlene Hitchcock, Barbara Epley, Peggy Hughes. TOP ROW: Mrs. Snow, Carol Warthman, Barbara Gilbert, Loretta Shulaw, Sharon Long,
Coleen Gudakunst, Norma Klingler, Susie Simon, Margie Brummett. ABSENT: Janet Vande-mark, Karen Moe.
Parliamentarian Pat Nelson
70F. H. A. HOSTS COUNTY RALLY -
F. H. A.'S FIRST SEMI-FORMAL
71FRONT ROW: Chester Cheney, Ronnie Weihrauch, Wynn Hauenstein, George Fee, Tom Cheney, Gary Wright, Fred Bosse, Roger Burkholder. 2nd ROW: Larry Gunn, Chuck Hubbell, Jerry Amstutz, Gary Reams, Dave Rayl, Don Moser, Jerry Rayl, John Nelson. 3rd ROW: Gary Eckenrode, Brad Klingler, Byron Weihrauch, Amos Hackworth, Dick Shanks, Doug Brown, Bob Fleming, Frank Burkholder. TOP ROW: Mr. Kreglow--advisor, Frank Badertscher, Don Everhart, Dick Wyss, Bruce Brown, Ken Badertscher, Bill Rausch, Jerry Williams, Jim Treen. ABSENT: Calvin Conley, Ronnie Crouse.
Sentinel . . Jerry Williams Secretary..Dick Shanks Vice Pres. Dick Wyss President. .Tom Cheney Treasurer Amos
Hackworth Advisor . . Jerry Rayl Reporter. . Bob FlemingA 215 pound Chester White Market Barrow owned by JERRY WILLIAMS was named "Grand Champion" at the Hardin County Fair.
ADA'S FFA CHAPTER won a gold medal at the Hardin County Parliamentary Procedure Contest.
MAGISTRATES Scriptor-Quaestor . . Geneva Motter
First Consul.......Sue Jones
Second Consul......Judy Shepherd
FRONT ROW: Rob Price, Mike Failor, Geneva Motter, Sherry Moore, John Dobnicker, Nancy Koch. 2nd: Barbara Mont-I gomery, Sue Jones, Charles Collett, Cheryl McAlpin, Kandy Miller. 3rd ROW: Karen Martin, Cheryl LaViness, Janice
I Irwin, Gretchen Archer, Marianne Pifer, Tracy Brown. TOP: Mrs. Price, Mike Bowden, Judy Shepherd, Tom Parkhill, Dorothy Wilkerson, Nancy Anspach.
The Latin Club presented an excerpt from "Ipheginia in Aulis," a Greek play by Euripides, which depicts the plight of Agememnon, King of Greece. He is faced with the age old problem -- which is more important, the individual or the state?
INTRODUCTION...........Tom Parkhill and Kandy Miller
OLD SERVANT............Chip Collett
LEADER OF THE CHORUS . . Judy Shepherd
THE CHORUS.............Sherry Moore, Cheryl LaViness,
Nancy Anspach, Barbara Montgomery, Gretchen Archer, and Kandy Miller.
ATTENDANTS.............Rob Price, Tracy Brown, and
ADVISER -- Mrs. PriceF
FRONT ROW: Karol Martin, Judy McFarland, Kay Hall, Sharon Robinson, Dawn Darlington, Cherie Bozarth. 2nd ROW: Nancy Hubbell, Joyce Crouse, Marie Plummer, Donna McCool, Mary Jane Pumphrey, Roberta McElroy, Kathy English. 3rd ROW: Janice Bucher, Bonnie Price, Dan Allen, Joann Hall, Sharon Smelser, Gwen Keith. TOP ROW: Mrs. Wiedemann, John Currey, Eldon Staley, John Knell, Dennis Chandler, Jannet Hall, Marianne Kain.
OFFICIERS Francais Une
Tresorier. .Sharon Smelser Journaliste . . . Janice Bucher President .... Bonnie Price Vice President. Eldon Staley
Tresorier. . Dennis Chandler Journaliste . . . Jannet Hall President .... Roberta McElroy Vice President Dawn Darlington
P. T. A. BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT In November the parents were invited to visit the school and to follow the class schedules of their children. Mr. Noe, our photographer, caught Mrs. Wiedemann teaching a few French phrases to a group of parents.
75G. A. A.
FRONT ROW: Shirley Wade, Jarilyn Stoll, Judy Shepherd, Jean Stober -- SECRETARY, JoAnn Runser --VICE-PRESIDENT , Maxine Fleming -- PRESIDENT, Judy Yinger, Nancy Anspach, Cathie Kramer, Sylvia Houser, Marlene Clapper. 2nd ROW: Paula Stove, Donna Weihrauch, Carol Cole, Sherry Moore, Roberta McElroy, Cheryl McAlpin, Sue Jones, Susie Brown, Brenda Burris, Marie Plummer, Pam Shadley, Kay Hall. 3rd ROW: Mildred Harmon, Sharon Robinson, Joan Conley, Cherie Bozarth, Susie Simon, Kandy Miller, Sandra Fulks, Donna McCool, Sue Bozarth, Sue Wyss, Joyce Hauenstein, Vickie Bennett, Elwanda Brown, Paula Edens, Karen Martin, Janet Hall. TOP: Kay Marling -- TREASURER, Barbara Cribley, Janet Duffy, Janice Irwin, Judy Weller, Pam Bosch, Judy Mathewson, Geneva Motter, Carolyn Boutwell, Carol Harmon, Millie Smith, Marilyn Keith, Bonnie Price, Joyce Simon, Shirley Elwood, Jackie Reiter, Mary Jane Starling, Gwen Keith, MRS. LUDWIG. Absent: Pam Heifner, Norma Klingler, Pat Kipker.
Sandra Fulks, escorted by Steve Hindall, was crowned queen of the G.A.A. "Hearts and Flowers" dance by Sue Wyss. The Queen was attended by Maxine Fleming and escort Archie Rodgers and by Judy Mathew-son and her escort, Frank Badertscher.
. . . Vice President Frank PUMPHREY . . . Chaplain Dennis ANSPACH . . . President Wayne PLUMMER . . . Secretary Steve HINDALL . . . T rea surer Mr. Arthur NORBERG . . . Advisor
The Hi-Y club is an organization of boys committed to the Hi-Y purpose --to create, maintain, and extend, throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. Membership is open to all boys in the upper three grades. Its program includes social activities, trips, service projects, interesting and educational programs, athletics, and participation with other clubs in Hi-Y conferences and rallies. The platform of Hi-Y is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, and clean living.
FRONT ROW: Bobby Roof, Karl Simon, Bun Montgomery, Karl Roider, Wayne Plummer,
Rob Price. 2nd: Mr. Norberg, Dennis Anspach, Dan Dotson, David Fleming, Dick Shanks, Charles Fleming, Bill Goodwin. TOP: Dennis lams, Larry Gunn, Steve Hindall, Tom Shanks, Frank Pumphrey, Archie Rodgers, Tom Parkhill.
Vice President Sue WYSS Secretary Archie RODGERS President Mrs. WIEDEMANN ADVISOR Karl ROIDER T reasurer
The purpose of the Student Council is to give the students an opportunity to work along with the administrators and teachers in planning some of the school's activities, helping to solve problems which arise, and in making suggestions for the improvement of the school.
Four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen, plus one seventh and one eighth grade comprise the Student Council.
The Student Council is in charge of the activity ticket sales, assemblies, Homecoming, and Interclass. The S.C. raises money for its various projects by selling refreshments at the basketball games.
SEATED: Pam Heifner, Karl Roider, Archie Rodgers, Karl Simon, Sue Wyss, Bob Fleming.
STANDING: John Dobnicker, Gary Ludwig, Nancy Koch, Bill Goodwin, Janice Irwin, Jon T ruman.
79KING QUEEN REIGN
DENNIS ANSPACH ELWANDA BROWN OVER
Hl-Y Y-TEEN TINSEL BALL
This year's "Snowland" was a twilight of joy as happy couples danced among stars to the sound of music in stereo.
The Y-Teens and Hi-Y organizations have as their aim the strengthening of ties of world fellowship.
Y -TEENS work toward their goal with a UNICEF drive and by sending clothing to children overseas. The HI-Y sends money to YMCA World Service and sponsors a community project.
80FRONT ROW: Karen Martin, Barbara Cribley, Jackie Reiter, Janice Irwin, Mildred Harmon, Bernice Webb, Mary Jane Starling, Gwen Keith. 2nd ROW: Judy Shepherd, Pam Heifner, Janet Hall, Sarah Grismore, Jarilyn Stoll, Claudia Hubbell, Shirley Wade, Sandra Fulks, Nancy Anspach, Carol Dudgeon, Sylvia Houser, Susie Brown. 3rd ROW: Paula Stove, Sue Bozarth, Lilea Pifer, Geneva Motter, Carol Warthman, Kandy Miller, Cathie Kramer, Cheryl Moore, Carol Cole, Joy Wickenden, Pam Shadley, Brenda Burris, Roberta McElroy. TOP ROW: Mrs. McElroy--advisor, Ruby Simon, Marianne Pifer, Millie Smith, Marilyn Keith, Dawn Darlington, Cherie Bozarth, Vickie Bennett, Elwanda Brown, Joyce Hauenstein, Sue Wyss, Norma Klingler, Mrs. Bozarth --advisor.
Mrs. Bozarth Mrs. McElroy
Mary J. Starling
Vice President Sue Bozarth
81ARQENIC AND OLD LACE
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Mortimer is the only sane member of the crazy Brewster family, and his problems are nearly overwhelming. He has to cope with the antics of his sweet elderly aunts, who have for charitable reasons, done away with twelve lonely gentlemen callers, and with his brother Teddy who believes himself to be Theodore Roosevelt. Teddy repeatedly charges San Juan Hill (the stairs) and is busy digging the Panama Canal in the basement--an ideal resting place for the twelve 'yellow fever' victims. The arrival of an insane convict brother and his plastic surgeon sidekick causes the plot to boil over. Four Brooklyn cops, a minister, the head of an insane asylum, and a roomer furnish further complications and laughter.
Abbie Brewster............Paula Stove
The Rev. Dr. Harper .... Frank Pumphrey
Teddy Brewster............Bob Huddleston
Officer Brophy............Dan Gunn
Officer Klein.............Archie Rodgers
Martha Brewster...........Elwanda Brown
Elaine Harper.............Carol Cole
Mortimer Brewster.........John Sabol
Mr. Gibbs.................Amos Hackworth
Jonathan Brewster.........Jerry English
Dr. Einstein..............Tom Shanks
Officer O'Hara............Karl Simon
Lieutenant Rooney.........Tom Smelser
Mr. Witherspoon...........Frank Pumphrey
Directed by Mrs. Thomas Felt
82TIME OUT FOR GINGER
April 8, 1960
Agnes and Howard Carol have a full time job as parents of three teen-age daughters--Joan, Jeannie, and Ginger, but when, as a result of a speech by Mr. Carol, Ginger decides to try out for the football team their problems are further complicated. At first it seems the only person sympathetic toward Ginger is the. maid Liz, but when the principal of the high school and then Howard's boss at the bank start making a fuss, everyone goes over to Ginger's side. However, after one game and a touchdown, Ginger decides that it is more fun to be a girl and gives up her football aspirations. Finally everything is restored to its proper order.
STANDING Dan Dotson .... Ed Hoffman Gary McCurdy . . Tommy Green Karl Roider .... Howard Carol SEATED Warren Smith . . . Eddie Davis Marilyn Keith . . . Jeannie Cathie Kramer . . Joan Bonnie Price . . . Lizzie BonnieSprunger.. Ginger JoAnn Runser . . . Agnes Carol Tom Dilts
(absent) .... Mr. Wilson Directed by Mrs. Thomas FeltIT’S FUN TO
The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Kaufman, has been active throughout the year. They presented a very clever Christmas assembly which began with the group sitting informally on risers singing old favorites, novelty songs, and Christmas carols. After an intermission they appeared in their robes and presented sacred music appropriate for the season.
Other appearances were made at the District Music Contest where they received a rating of "very good, " and at their annual spring concert in April.
ACCOMPANISTS -- Judy MATHEWSON and Gretchen ARCHER
Cathie KRAMER Jarilyn STOLL
Barbara EPLEY Coleen GUDAKUNST
Beverly GRISMORE Dawn DARLINGTON
Ruth Ann DEARTH Jo Ann RUNSER Susie BROWN Marilyn KEITH Margie BRUMMETT Jackie REITER
Cheryl McALPIN Sandra FULKS Carol DUDGEON Fern GUDAKUNST
Brenda BURRIS Pam SHADLEY Sue WYSS Peggy HUGHES
Gwen KEITH Kay MARLING Eileen LEGGE
Mike FAILOR John KNELT Karl ROIDER John URICH David JOHNSON
Dennis CHANDLER Dan DOTSON Larry KINDLE Ken BADERTSCHER Dennis CASPER
Philip GOSE Jim VANDEMARK Mark HODGES Larry CURTIS Gary WAGNER
Sharon HATTERY Sylvia HOUSER Pat NELSON Claudia HUBBELL Mary Jane PUMPHREY Jo Ann HALL
Karen LaVINESS Bernice WEBB Sondra KIPKER Cheryl LaVINESS Kay HALL Vickie BENNETT
Karl SIMON Bruce HODGES Steve HINDALL Dave McCURDY Ronnie WEIHRAUCH Chester CHENEY
Dan PUMPHREY Bruce NOE Gary McCURDY Carol HARMON
Nancy KOCH Lloyd SCHICK Joe CRIST Bonnie SPRUNGER
Jean STOBER Paula STOVE Marlene CLAPPER
Kathy ENGLISH Gretchen ARCHER
Kandy MILLER David FLEMING Jarilyn STOLL Sherrie MOORE Gary SPRADLIN
Marianne KAIN Geneva MOTTER Judy YINGER
Glenda WEBB Susie SIMON Ann SCHAFER Tom SHANKS Sue BOZARTH
Maxine FLEMING Gwen KEITH Cherie BOZARTH Donna WEIHRAUCH
Deborah REESE Joyce CROUSE Phyllis HODGES
THE BAND !
Carol WARTHMAN Janice BUCHER Ruby SIMON
Evon KERR Marilyn KEITH Linda SHADLEY
Dan DOTSON Carolyn BOUTWELL Frank PUMPHREY Clarence SHULAW
Joan CONLEY Tom CHENEY Nancy ANSPACHPERCUSSION
Judy SHEPHERD Karen MARTIN Judy EDENS Karol MARTIN Shirley ELWOOD
FRONT ROW: Betty Clapper, Becky Hoffman, Bonnie Archer, Judy Crowe, Nancy Manley, Rebecca Hall, Jackie Ludwig, Karen Krofft. 2nd ROW: Sandy Parks, Jim Estep, Jackie Love, Claudia Clum, David Wert, Rex Reichenbach, Jonathan Crist, John Nettleton, Vickie Crouse, Donald Tidd, Leland Crouse, Jerry Anspach, Steve Harmon. 3rd ROW: Jay Epley, Tom Williams, Danny Pumphrey, Diane Hackworth, Bill Baughman, Paul Baughman, Cheryl Kindle, Paula Yinger. 4th ROW: Delores Bosse, Tom Rodabuagh, Connie Jiller, Preston Sprunger, Joe Ferguson, Rex Keith, Gary Willeke, Steven Hermen, Patricia Guider, Gary Jackson, Tim Rodabaugh, John McCool. TOP ROW: Don Dunbar, Gary Spradlin, Celeste Heifner, Donna Cook, Susie Failor, Bob Fox, Bruce Noe, Judy Fleming, Kathy Smith, Miriam Hall, Nancy Price, Larry Spradlin, Richard Conley.STARLINO
JOYCE HAUENSTE N
JE LEAD THE BA A D
ELVANDA BROWNSttiG ii i spring
JUNIOR HIGHAND PLAY IN MAY
WE J) MARCHtion, earned them a I at District Music Contest and later a II at State. The members of the group were Kay Marling, Marilyn Keith, Fern Gudakunst, Cathie Kramer, Jarilyn Stoll, Sandy Fulks, Pam Shadley, Sue Wyss, and Gwen Keith.
SOLOISTS DIVISION DISTRICT STATE
SELECTION RATING RATING
Dan Dotson Bass II
"When the Bell in the Lighthouse Rings" Bonnie Sprunger Oboe I I
"Sonata I" by Handel Bonnie Sprunger Soprano II
"Let My Song Fill Your Heart"
David Fleming Baritone horn I II
Karl Simon Trumpet II
"Castles in the Air"
Marilyn Keith Soprano I I
"I Wonder as I Wander"
A clarinet quartet composed of Tom Shanks, Gwen Keith, Nancy Koch, and Janice Bucher, playing "Dance Creole," won a I at district and II at state.
CLARINET QUARTET l--Lloyd Schick, Carol Warthman, Maxine Fleming, and Tom Shanks received an "excellent" rating at the District Music Contest.
92SAXOPHONE QUARTET--The saxophone quartet composed of Tom Shanks, Millie Smith, Marilyn Keith, and Evon Kerr played "Intermezzo" at the district contest and received an "excellent" rating.
GIRLS' TRIO--Sue Wyss, Jarilyn Stoll, and Pam Shadley presented "Song to a Sleeping Child" at the District Music Contest and came back to Ada with an "excellent" rating.
"The V-oyageur" was the selection of the brass ensemble. This group went "all the way" to receive a I rating at both District and State Contests. The members of the group were Karl Simon, Gary McCurdy, Geneva Motter, Joan Conley, Jarilyn Stoll, and Carolyn Boutwell.
FLUTE TRIO--Kathy English, Gretchen Archer, and Jean Stober were members of a flute trio which was awarded a II at the district.
ACCOMPANIED FLUTE TRIO--Gretchen Archer accompanied Marlene Clapper and Paula Stove in the number "Air and Dance" which earned them a rating of "excellent" at district.
WOODWIND QUINTET--The woodwind quintet played "Suite Miniature in F" to bring home a I or "superior" rating from the District Music Contest and the State Music Contest. The group consisted of Joseph Crist, Bonnie Rae Sprunger, Geneva Motter, Maxine Fleming, and Marlene Clapper.
93QUEEN SUE WYSS
is crowned by Co-Captains DANNY GUNN --DENNIS ANSPACH
The Homecoming Dance under the reign of Queen Sue ended before it was fully enjoyed. While merry couples were inside dancing up a storm, Mother Nature was outside brewing up a tornado. At about ten o'clock the dance was dismissed, but Mother Nature left out an important ingredient, and only a violent storm resulted.
The QUEEN'S ATTENDANTS were Freshman KATHY ENGLISH, Junior ARLENE SABOL, Senior DAWN DARLINGTON, Sophomore SUE JONES.
94A NIGHT IN AN ORIENTAL GARDEN
80PH0M0RES WIN INTERCLA8S!
SOPHOMORE CONTESTANTS Geneva Motter, Tom Parkhill,
Mike Failor, Sue Jones
SENIOR COMPETITORS Karl Simon, Tom Shanks,
Dawn Darlington, Bob Huddleston
JUNIOR CONTENDERS Dan Dotson, Bonnie Sprunger,
Bob Fleming, Mary Jane Starling
FOUNDED BY DR. C. H. FREEMAN
ADA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MAY 6, 1960 7:30 P. M.
Introduction . .Mr. Earl H. Younkman High School Principal ESSAY
"Is the American Home Disintegrating? "
Mary Jane Starling...........Junior
"A Look at the P residential Candidates" SHORT STORY
"The Big Break"
"Don't Tell Anybody"
"Just a Coincidence?"
Girls' Ensemble . . . Kay Marling, Sue Wyss, Sandra Fulks, Jarilyn Stoll, Cathie Kramer, Marilyn Keith, Fern Gudakunst, Pam Shadley, Gwen Keith
Mrs. Kaufman, Director ORATION
"Government--By the People?"
"Are We On a Luxurious Road to Ruin?"
"Apartheid: Unsolved Problems" READING
Bonnie Sprunger ............ Junior
"An Excerpt from Tom Sawyer" Intermission
Presentation of Skits
Junior - - Senior - - Sophomore Introduction of Judges .... Mr. E. A.
VanAtta, Superintendent of Schools Report of Decoration Judges Report of Skit Judges Report of Contest Judges
Presentation of Interclass Cup.....
Archie Rodgers President of Student Council - - Winners
96SENIORS TAKE SKIT!
97WE RECEIVED 8PECIAL
SARAH GRISMORE and ROGER MIHALUS attended the Rotary World Affairs Conference at Cincinnati.
TOM SHANKS and BOB MOLONEY were Merit Finalists. BOB MOLONEY received a Merit Scholarship.
MILLIE SMITH and ELWANDA BROWN were selected for the Y-Teen Study Trip to the United Nation s.
NORMA KLING-LER was one of the two official delegates from Ohio to the National Y-T een Conference held in New York and Washington.
Probationary Members of the
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
BACK ROW Ray Daniels Robert Fleming Warren Smith Dan Dotson Eric Noe Karl Roider FRONT ROW Judy Mathewson Sue Bozarth Cathie Kramer Bonnie Price Susie Brown Mary Jane Starling
98HONORS IN 1959-1960
WARREN SMITH and KARL ROIDER attended the Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y Model Legislature in Columbus.
KARL ROIDER received an all-expenses-paid trip to Ohio University as the result of making the highest score in Hardin County on the Ohio History and Citizenship test.
Representatives from Ada at Boys' State were KARL SIMON and DAVID FLEMING
At Girls' State were
BACK ROW Joyce Hauenstein Sue Wyss Pam Shadley Dawn Darlington FRONT ROW Sarah Grismore Sandra Fulks Pam Heifner
99VALEDICTORIAN TOM SHANKS 8ALUTATORIAN PAM HEIFNER LED THE CLASS OF 1960
SENIORS SHOW THEIR TALENTS AT CLASS NIGHT
100101THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1960 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:00 P. M.
PROCESSIONAL, Pomp and Circumstance . . . .
MRS. ANTHONY MILNAR, Organist
A. RICHARD TELLER, Minister First Methodist Church
MUSIC, Bless This House..........Brahe
VOCAL TRIO--PAMELA SHADLEY, JARILYN STOLL, SUE WYSS
THOMAS SHANKS, Accompanist
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS
PRESENTATION OF SPEAKER E. A. VANATTA Superintendent of Schools
CLASS ADDRESS, Golden Windows CHARLTON MYERS President, Board of Education, State of Ohio
MUSIC, The Carnival of Venice.........Arban
TRUMPET SOLO, KARL SIMON THOMAS SHANKS, Accompanist
PRESENTATION OF CLASS
EARL H. YOUNKMAN High School Principal
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS
DR. E. R. RODABAUGH President, Ada Board of Education
ROBERT J. MATTERN, Minister
Church of Christ
RECESSIONAL, Marche Romaine .... Gounod
103LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Senior Class of 1960, being of sound mind and extraordinary intelligence, do establish this as our last will and testament before we depart from Ada High School.
To the Junior Class we leave the following:
1. A challenge to uphold the reputation of our school
2. A few empty parking places in front of the school
3. The privilege of being called seniors
The Senior Class of 1960 leave their sincere gratitude to all the teachers who have helped them along the way.
We, the members of the Class of 1960, leave our individual possessions to the following: DENNIS ANSPACH wills his build to Bruce Noe.
To Barbara Skinner, CHARLOTTE AUSTIN wills her quietness.
VICKIE BENNETT leaves a quiet typing class to Mrs. Bozarth.
ELWANDA BROWN leaves her shy nature and quiet disposition to all underclassmen.
DOUG BROWN leaves his place on the all-area football team to Pat Butterfield.
TOM CHENEY leaves gum in the bottom of waste baskets all over the school.
To Carol Dudgeon, MARLENE CLAPPER wills her sweet disposition.
CAROL COLE wills her blonde hair to anyone who finds it becoming.
JOAN CONLEY leaves fifth period library to anyone who can handle it.
DICK COOK wills his philosophy of the world to Mrs. Felt.
DAWN DARLINGTON leaves her place as homecoming attendant to some junior girl.
To Darlene Hitchcock, JUANITA DEARTH wills her shyness.
RUTH ANN DEARTH wills her long eye lashes to the Maybelline Company for further experiment .
TOM DEARTH leaves his homemade doughnuts to Mr. Kaufman.
BUD DOWNING wills his after school paper route to anyone who finds it worth while.
CARL DUFFY wills his job at the gas station to no one. He's keeping it for himself.
SHIRLEY ELWOOD wills her pony tail to anyone who doesn't enjoy nightly pin-ups.
JERRY ENGLISH wills his acting ability to Ed Anspach.
To anyone who can afford the gas, DAVE FLEMING wills his trips back and forth from Lafayette.
MAXINE FLEMING wills her cheerleading ability to the junior high cheerleaders.
SANDRA FULKS leaves her hair right where it is -- she will need it next year at beauty school. BARBARA GILBERT wills her clothes to Macy's Department Store for re-sale.
MARTHA GRAHAM wills her transistor radio to anyone in study hall with enough nerve to play it.
SARAH GRISMORE leaves her red gym suit to her sister Beverly.
To Eileen Wagner, COLEEN GUDAKUNST wills her famous recipe for boiling water. Take care!
DAN GUNN leaves his famous laugh to Dan Dotson.
LARRY GUNN leaves his low voice to Larry Rodgers.
AMOS HACKWORTH wishes that his physics book be sent back to the publishing company. JOYCE HAUENSTEIN wills her dancing ability to Calvin Conley.
PAMELA HEIFNER wills her job as editor of THE VOICE to any junior capable of handling it well.
To Tracy Brown, STEVE HINDALL wills his height. May the basketball team use the added inches.
BRUCE HODGES leaves his voice to John Amburgey.
MARK HODGES leaves his ability to sleep in class to Mike Bowden.
SYLVIA HOUSER wills her ability to define words to any future Latin students.
BOB HUDDLESTON leaves his remarkable brain to the science department for research andNORMA KLINGLER wills her Y-Teen trip to anyone who is as deserving as she.
KAY MARLING leaves her colds and sniffles to anyone who can afford ''Little Lulu's."
To Dennis lams, GARY McCOOL leaves his quietness and intelligence.
ROGER MIHALUS leaves his sick jokes to any junior who enjoys that type of humor.
BOB MOLONEY wills his ability to place in scholarship tests to Tom Wade.
DON MOSER leaves his long blond hair to Larry Curtis.
PAT NELSON wills her slimness to Brenda Burris.
LONNIE NICHOLS leaves her smile to Sue Bozarth.
DON NICHOLS leaves Mr. Evans a slightly used social problems book.
LILEA PIFER leaves her giggles to any future Latin student who approaches the subject in a similar state of mind.
WAYNE PLUMMER wills his cute smile to any seventh grader who can use it.
FRANK PUMPHREY leaves his tuba to anyone with enough wind to blow it.
BILL RAUSCH leaves ! ! !
JERRY RAYL wills his Cadillac to anyone who enjoys driving in luxury.
ARCHIE RODGERS leaves the many problems of the Student Council to a junior who can afford aspirin.
To Eric Noe, JOHN SABOL wills his way with girls.
PAM SHADLEY wills her figure to Dorothy Wilkerson.
TOM SHANKS leaves the ability to play the piano to Yaroslav Andrusiac.
ED SIMMONS leaves AHS with a sigh of relief.
KARL SIMON wills his musical talent to Debbie Reese.
PEGGY SIZEMORE wills her neatly arranged pocketbook to Mary Cook.
TOM SMELSER leaves his muscular prowess to David Johnson.
JEAN STOBER wills her good manners to all seventh graders for use in the assemblies and cafeteria.
To Cheryl McAlpin, JARILYN STOLL wills her soprano voice.
PAULA STOVE wills her job as office assistant to anyone who can keep up the pace for three years.
JON URICH wills his red hair to Bruce Schmidt on a trial basis.
SHIRLEY WADE puts her argumentative nature in cold storage.
JUDY WAGNER gladly gives up her FHA problems.
CINDY WARREN wills her eighteen study halls to anyone that needs them.
To Claudia Hubbell, BERNICE WEBB wills her black hair.
DONNA WEIHRAUCH leaves her diamond right where it is!
JOY WICKENDEN wills her many parties to Cathie Kramer.
DICK WYSS leaves all his pigs to Gary McCurdy.
SUE WYSS leaves Carolyn Boutwell a much relieved bowler.
JUDY YINGER wills her many trips to Dunkirk to no one. She wants the memory of them herself.
Signed and sealed this twenty-sixth day of May, nineteen hundred and sixty.
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