Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

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CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1962, do hereby declare this our last will and testament before we depart from the halls of Ada High School. SECTION I Article A: To the patient and understanding faculty of Ada High School, who have striven to prepare us for our places in the world, we give our sincere gratitude and appreciation for what they have done. Article B: To the Junior Class we leave the following: 1. Fifty empty lockers 2. The privilege of being called Seniors 3. To the junior boys, the senior boys leave the privilege of playing Hooky , if they want to pay the price. 4. To the junior girls, the senior girls leave their athletic ability. SECTION II NANCY ANSPACH wills her sneeze to Carolyn Johnson. KEN BADERTSCHER leaves his fishing skills gained from playing Hooky to any Junior who enjoys staying after school. BOB BISCHOFF leaves ! PAM BOSCH leaves John Currey free to roam the halls, while BRUCE BROWN leaves Anita Long to walk the halls alone. Hmmmmm! CAROLYN BOUTWELL wills her athletic ability to Lary Musser. CHERI BOZARTH wills the dubious honor of being the only girl in trigonometry class to any brave junior girl. To Don Poling, RON BREWER wills his body structure. To Janet Calvert, JANET BURKHOLDER wills her slinky walk. DENNIS CASPER leaves his white bucks and a year's supply of polish to anyone willing to keep them clean. DENNIS CHANDLER leaves his ulcer to anyone who can stand the rigid diet. CHESTER CHENEY leaves his unspoken thoughts to Joe Banks. MARY COOK leaves Ada High School to race in the Indianapolis 500. DON DEARTH leaves his position as stage manager to his brother John. He wants to keep it in the family. JOHN DOBNICKER wills his once used crutches to Dick Klingler. To Phoebe Darlington, JANET DUFFY, wills her weight gaining pills. GARY ECKENRODE returns his role as Stage Manager to Thornton Wilder. MIKE FAILOR wills his forehand knowledge of tests to anyone with the connections. OSCAR GONZALEZ wills his big, friendly smile to Bruce Noe. MILDRED HARMON leaves her knack of passing notes in Social Problems class to anyone with long arms. GWEN KEITH promises to leave her pool table in the boiler room for the enjoyment of the .... janitors ? To Bobi Griffith, SUE JONES leaves her eye liner. JANICE IRWIN leaves her freckles to Greg Campbell. What's one more? BRAD KLINGLER wills his politeness to all boys in need. JOHN KNELL wills his golden book of facts to Chip Collett. SHARON LONG wills her trim figure and neatness to Rick Klingenberger. CHERYL McALPIN leaves her chewing gum all over the place. DONNA McCOOL leaves her dimple to Mrs. Price who has the other one to match. KAREN MARTIN wills her natural blonde hair to Janice Bucher. To Nancy Koch, CHRISTINE MOSER wills her quietness. KANDY MILLER leaves her optimism to Mary Jane Pumphrey. GENEVA MOTTER leaves her messy locker for the janitors to clean. JOHN NELSON wills his long legs to June Simon. TOM PARKHILL will his cheerleading ability to Kathy English. MARIANNE PIFER leaves her political views to Mr. Evans. MARIE PLUMMER And SHARON ROBINSON leave Mr. Norberg a much relieved Chemistry teacher. To Brad Hindall, ROB PRICE wills his wardrobe. TERRY RAINEY wills his floorshift and slipping clutch to Peg Hughes. GARY REAMS leaves his co-ordination to Tracy Brown. JUDY SHEPHERD leaves her parking space to anyone with a crash helmet. CLARENCE SHULAW wills his nerve to sleep in Physics class to John Hancock. To Sharon Sobers, ANN SCHAFER wills her deep voice. LLOYD SCHICK wills his motor scooter to Marianne Kain. To Kathy Watkins, JODY'SIMON leaves her peroxide bottle. BILL SONNETT wills his paper route to Susie Failor. JANET VANDEMARK leaves her angora ring guard to Mr. Evans for target practice. EILEEN WAGNER leaves her honor of being Homecoming Queen to some lucky junior girl. GARY WAGNER leaves Ada High School to study engineering - - - Watch those figures, Gary. GLENN STAVENGER wills his paper route to Susie Failor. Signed and sealed this twenty-fifth day of May, nineteen hundred and sixty two. JANICE IRWIN GENEVA MOTTERVAf| Mi nf «I ! -J ill l i iv .,!|i ;i ill ‘ 1 •••!■)» mu W mi 4i , amfcft t«l ijiji;!;! will ‘{fa;!:!; •dl'll 1;» a C Iil«i I !r. v r ; 9 I e3 j ■ ll r 1 L §a !i I iE-2» ■ - LLi iJ ai l lt|al la) |,|(} | 4 ) || •'•liltii Um. II ft . 1 « . 1 | ft r Li-i 1 11:11 ij1 ’• C R ft i.i.ri: I »i3 uu 11 u u :S I 4i-J E tr i- |t!:!:!:!:!:!:!:»:!:!:!!!:!:!:!:!:!s!:!:!;!:!;!;! • M:Mal‘ •♦•I ! a •}• •»•!•».• •j•|•| |-- 11 1 I ts.- -! i'!Lt- fiiEiibiii |L iiilillLl 1 Ik, HilUlLl 1 i... C 1 'S'1' 1 ■IHMI JkkA 1 -li-.. lib r T; If hi k.S .r f ;l;i:i;l££ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiLi.i.Li.r i i v i i i i i i i i i® i!i i!;!i!i!;!i!;.;!i ; Ml Mi Mi i.i;i it ’!r‘ 1 ll| I I hi m ! II) tJ[ it ; ; ? i •I fc’ . i:l t Ijljljl; iiM«l . ♦• • - 1:1: 1'1‘ijij,l il;l l.ljW:! si I,1;1 !;!; IMWHI v ■iMHW hlslsVIjl I i i ■ i t iiiii 'iiiii [iiiii! 11 lili.iaaLDr. E. R. Rodabaugh PRESIDENT R. B. Cretors CLERK BOARD OF EDUCATION ADA EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOLS Mr. Richard Fulks VICE-PRESIDENT Mr. Charles Hubbell Robert B. Elliott, M. D. Mr. Robert Chandler Interpreting the needs of the community and the requirements of the school; developing policies in accordance with the law and with the educational needs and wishes of the people; appraising the efficiency of the professional services rendered in terms of value to the community; and keeping the people intelligently informed of the purpose, value, conditions, and needs of the public education in the community are a few of the duties of the Board of Education, which is the legal instrument through which the legislative and appraisal functions are exercised. The Board of Education is elected by and is responsible directly to the people and is the final educational authority for the Ada Exempted Village School District. P.T.A. OFFICERS PRESIDENT Mr. Clayton Stimmell MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE Mrs. Warren Roof Mrs. Glenn Neiswander SECRETARY Mrs. William Krofft VICE-PRESIDENT Mr. Gene Hoffman TREASURER Mrs. Fred Heifner(abs. )SUPERINTENDENT ROBERT G. LUCAS B.S. , M.S. Mr. Robert G. Lucas, Superintendent of Schools, has had over ten years of experience as a school administrator. As the chief executive officer of the Board of Education Mr. Lucas is responsible for executing the adopted policies of the school. His other duties include acting as the professional adviser to the Board of Education, maintaining community relationships, purchasing school materials and supplies, being responsible for operating the school's approved appropriations from the budget, and interviewing and recommending prospective teachers.Another of our able school executives is Mr. Earl H. Younkman, our high school principal. He faithfully serves the school as chief administrator of the high school, as supervisor ofits activities and .maintenance , and as athletic director. He also serves as supervisor of all teachers, their teaching, and the conduct of all students. Mr. Younkman is responsible for the grading and promotion of all students, for the use of the grading system which has the approval of the Superintendent and of the School Board, and for the co-ordination of high school and elementary grades in the connected buildings. SPECIAL SERVICESSTUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORS activities SUCH AS SEATEDrTREASURER Kenny Badertscher( 12), VICE-PRESIDENT Janice Irwin (12), PRESIDENT Sue Jones (12), ADVISER Mrs. Weidemann, SECRETARY Joe Banks (11), and Don Dearth (12). STANDING: Coleen Hathaway (7), Don Dunbar (9), Norman Fleming (8), Bill Rainey (9), Marianne Kain (11), Bob Irwin (10), Evon Kerr (11), David Munro (10), Diane Wyss (8), and David Link (7). The Student Council, acting under a grant of power from the administration, decrees rules which help maintain a higher standard of social living in our school. Council members work with the administrators and teachers in making suggestions for school improvements, solving problems which arise, and planning some school activities. The council aids in developing mutual understanding and co-operation between our school administration and the student body. Each year four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, two freshmen, two seventh and two eighth graders earn money for their diverse projects by selling refreshments at ballgames. The Student Council also sponsors Homecoming,Interclass Contest, Junior and Senior High Parties, assemblies, and activity ticket sales. IASSI A89EMBLIE5MUSIC DEPARTMENT MRS. PATRICIA JACKSON Vocal The aim of the music department is to advance our appreciation of music. After months of practice the Junior and Senior Bands and the choruses perform for the public at annual concerts and at contests against tough competition. The woodwind quartet provides musical entertainment for an assembly. MR. WILLIAM ANSLEY Instrumental The chorus inspired a religious atmosphere at Maps are a means of instructing history students in the Lenten services held during Holy Week, geography. HISTORY DEPARTMENT The social studies department stresses the making of the nations throughout the world. It helps in developing an informed appreciation of past centuries as well as an understanding of our present civilization. MR. WILLIAM EVANS MR. THOMAS COE World History U.S. History American History 8th Social Studies MR. MYRON CLINE Ohio History Alert students are kept informed of current events by this magazine, especially prepared for high school students. MR. WILLIAM ANSLEY Geography 9ENGLISH DEPARTME NT The study of English is designed to advance our knowledge through oral communication - speaking and listening, and through verbal communication -writing and reading. George Washington contributed to the literature of early America. MRS. ALENE WEBB English 7 8 MRS. ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN Chairman of Dept. English 7 and 9 MRS. FRANCES PRICE English XII Reading The Pied Piper of Hamelin visited Mrs. Wiedemann's 9th grade English class. MR. TOM COE MRS. VIRGINIA MILNAR English X English XI and Speech FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Learning a basic language, such as Latin, is valuable for building vocabulary and for understanding the structure of languages in general. The study of French broadens our knowledge and understanding of our Gallic neighbors and their way of life, their language, and their customs. Learning the French names for various articles of clothing is made more interesting for Nancy Price and Sue Long by the use of visual materials. MRS. ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN F rench MRS. FRANCES PRICE Latin Glen Stavenger has selected a tasty morsel from Priscilla Price and Tana Tipple at the Latin Club bake sale. Mr. Marrow has befriended two senior boys. The oscilloscope, demonstrated at an assembly, measures the intensity of sound waves. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT The main goal of the science program is to promote interest in the further pursuit of the study of science, to acquaint students with the various laws of science, and to stimulate precise and orderly thinking. A haven for experimenters, the chemistry lab. MR. RICHARDB. SUNDERMAN Physics MR. ARTHUR NORBERG General Science Chemistry MRS. HELEN LUDWIG Biology MR. RICHARD WATSON Science 8 Health MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT The mathematics department offers basic arithmetic as a practical course, essential in this modern day, and advanced courses in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to deepen the understanding and study of mathematics and to increase one's reasoning powers. Now what, Mr. Spitzer? MR. NORMAN MR. RICHARD B. MR. LOWELL SPITZER SUNDERMAN REESE General Math General Math Solid Geometry Algebra I-II Arithmetic Trigonometry Plane Geometry Arithmetic These line drawings were made by Plane Geometry students. 11Don Poling is being rescued by three smiling first aiders. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MR. RICHARD WATSON Football Coach Baseball Coach MRS. HELEN LUDWIG Cheerleader Adviser MR. MYRON CLINE Basketball Coach Track Coach Even today it takes muscles to build a pyramid. Physical education classes are designed to develop our physical condition through exercises, games, and teaching ways of caring for the body. In health, instruction on the body and its functions is given. A similar course which acquaints one with the fundamentals of first aid is provided. VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT The vocational department offers Vocational Home Economics which provides units of study in clothing, foods, housing, and family living; Vocational Agriculture in which students study farm and soil management, conservation, and crop and livestock enterprises; Industrial Arts which provides training in woodworking, metalworking, electricity, leather work, and graphic arts; and commercial subjects which include shorthand and typing. Mrs. Spitzer instructs her students in the proper use of the sewing machine. These girls are learning a very useful skill. Welding is one of many processes taught in vocational agriculture courses. MRS. MR. NORMAN REX MR. J. J. KREGLOW MRS. BETTY MARGUARET Industrial Arts Vocational SPITZER BOZARTH General Drawing Agriculture Home Economics Comme rcial Terry Rainey won a first in metal working at the Ohio Industrial Arts Convention for his cap and ball deringer.ACTIVITIESHI-Y TREASURER Mike Failor, PRESIDENT Tom Parkhill, The Hi-Y is a division of the Young Men's Christian Association. Under the able supervision of Mr. A. Norberg the members strive to develop a Christian character. At semi-monthly meetings the members participate in diverse activities, such as conferences, interest trips, athletics, and rallies. Each year the Hi-Y organization participates in the Universal World Service project. ADVISER Mr. Norberg, CHAPLAIN Gary Reams, VICE-PRESIDENT Dennis Chandler, SECRETARY Mike Bowden SEATED: Dennis Chandler, Tom Parkhill, Gary Reams, Ken Badertscher, Glen Williams, Rick Tipple. 2ND: Mr. Norberg, Larry Hathaway, LloydSchick, BradKlingler, Charles Collett, John Knell, Dennis McClure, Mike Bowden. 3RD: Bob Roof, Dennis Casper, Daniel Collett, Joe Banks, Bob Irwin, Bob Shields, Gary Wagner, Gary Spradlin. TOP:Mike Failor, Mike Stavenger, Dave Munro, Danny Pumphrey, Rick Klingenberger, Tom Boutwell, Steve Stambaugh, Tracy Brown, Brad Hindall, Jack WilliamsY-TEENS The Y-Teens is an organization of young girls dedicating themselves to a Christian life. At the monthly meetings problems of today's teens are discussed. Under the apt supervision of Mrs. John Bozarth the girls learn to lead worthy lives. In December the members collected food from charitable citizens to give to less fortunate people, and later in the month the Y-Teens co-sponsored a winter wonderland dance. Each year officers are sent to a Leadership Conference, and the yearly United Nations trip to New York was enjoyed by this year's representatives, Janice Irwin and Nancy Anspach. OFFICERS SECRETARY Karol Martin, ADVISER Mrs. Bozarth, PRESIDENT Janice Irwin-, VICE PRESIDENT Nancy Hubbell, TREASURER Nancy Anspach SEATED: Janice Bucher, Sharon Smelser, Shirley Begley, Debbie Reese, Jill Roberts, Leslie Allen, Linda Fulks. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bozarth, June Simon, Janet Calvert, Ann Schafer, Mary Jane Pumphrey, Nancy Anspach, Karen Peper, Donna McCool, Judy Shepherd, Nancy Hubbell, Sue Jones, Karen Martin. THIRD ROW: Karol Martin, Linda Dilts, Jackie Montgomery, Bobbie Griffith, Evon Kerr, Barbara Montgomery, Kandy Miller, Becky Hetrick, Barbara Epley, Kathy James. TOP ROW: Shirley Wright, Joan Moser, Mildred Harmon, Connie Graham, Mary Spangler, Judy McFarland, Geneva Mot -ter, Cherie Bozarth, Peggy Hughes, Nancy Elwood, Judy Prater, Jean Van Atta, Barbara Skinner, Janice Irwin, Gwen Keith.F.F.A. The FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA organization gives boys a background in various basic skills needed in community and farm work. This year the Ada chapter received FIRST place in the County Land Judging Contest. Brad Klingler was the highest scoring individual of the four-man team. The local group placed displays in local store windows to celebrate National FFA Week, a Field Day in Kenton was enjoyed by the junior members, and everyone enjoyed the annual FHA and FFA banquet. Seated: STUDENT ADVISER John Nelson, REPORTER Bruce Brown, ADVISER Mr. Kreglow, SECRETARY Gary Eckenrode, SENTINEL Dave Rayl Standing: PRESIDENT Ken Badertscher, TREASURER Gary Reams, VICE-PRESIDENT Brad Klingler SEATED: Ron Weihrauch, Steve Devier, Ken Badertscher, Charles Hubbell, Dave Rayl, John Nelson, Gary Reams. 2ND: Mr. Kreglow, Jim Wright, Rex Keith, Paul Rausch, Russell Dearth, Jim Treen, Gary Will-eke, A1 Wright. 3RD: Chester Cheney, Paul Basinger, Paul Baughman, Gary Ludwig, Delbert Henry, Albert Keller, Bill Shulaw, Tom Williams, George Fee. TOP: Gary Wright, Gary Eckenrode, Don Everhart, Bruce Brown, Brad Klingler, Steve Burris, Wynn Hauenstein, Dale Miller, Roger Burkholder. Absent; Fred Bosse, Mark Staley.F.H.A. The FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA organization gives girls a chance to become better acquainted with a background for successful daily living. The future homemakers learn the basic skills of cooking, sewing, and child care. Each year this group, with the Future Farmers of America organization, co-sponsors a banquet which is attended by parents of the members. Numerous rallies, which give the members a chance to display their skills, are held with other schools. Seated: VICE-PRESIDENT Marie Plummer, ADVISER Mrs. Spitzer, PRESIDENT Eileen Wagner Standing: SONG LEADER June Simon, TREASURER Judy Prater, PARLIAMENTARIAN HISTORIAN Mildred Harmon, SECRETARY Sharon Long SEATED: Christine Moser, Mildred Harmon, Louise Fogle, Patty Long, Judy Brown, Pam Bosch, Sharon Long. 2ND: June Simon, Joanna Roof, Sharon Brewer, Linda Quay, Marie Plummer, Donna McCool, Linda Staley, Barbara Skinner, Doreen Reiter, Sherry Wright. 3RD: Mrs. Spitzer, Peggy Nelson, Linda Moser, Mary Downing, Janice Neiswander, Barbara Epley, Janet Burkholder, Loretta Shulaw, Connie Graham, Judy Prater, Peggy Delong. TOP: LaDonna Dearth, Janet Duffy, Linda Austin, Paula Yinger, Eileen Wagner, Ruth Fletcher, Jane Helser, Susan Stambaugh, Karen Plummer, Charlotte Willeke, Jeannine Ellison, Drena Hathaway.SEATED: Bonnie Archer, TREASURER LATIN IjCynthia Stimmel, SECRETARY LATIN I; Mrs. Price, ADVISER; Tana Tipple, VICE-PRES. LATIN II; Etoile Heifner,SEC. TREAS. LATIN II. STANDING: Bill Shulaw, VICE-PRES. LATIN I; Roscoe Dearth, PRESIDENT LATIN I; Steve Stambaugh, PRESIDENT LATIN II LATIN CLUBS Under the able supervision of Mrs. Frances Price the members of the Latin Club learn about the life of ancient Romans and their language. In October the new Latin Club members were initiated at Memorial Park. On February 17 club members held a bake sale, the proceeds of which went towards the Roman Banquet, whereafter several courses of food were served, members and alumni purchased slaves, and officers for the following year were announced. On March 23 the Latin Club members journeyed to Columbus to attend a Latin Convention. SEATED: Don Dunbar, Mary Jane Pumphrey, Larry Rodgers, Bruce Noe, Bill Jennings, Etoile Heifner, Joseph Crist. 2ND ROW: BillKrofft, CathySmith, Dave Munro, K. C. Collett, Steven Stambaugh, Brad Hindall, Becky Hetrick, Roscoe Dearth. 3RD R0W: Adviser Mrs. Price, Jacquie Love, Claudia Clum, Kathy James, Jackie Phillians, Tana Tipple, Donna Koch, Sharon Sobers, Cynthia Hoch, Miriam Hall. 4TH ROW: Alice VanAtta, Priscilla Price, Cindy Stimmel, Bob Brandyberry, Bill Hawley, Bill Shulaw, Ken Amburgey, Lewis Benton, Debi Reese, Stephen Reese, Bonnie Archer. 18What an initiation ! FRENCH CLUBS The French Clubs are organizations of students who are interested in learning more about the language, history, culture, customs, and people of France. At monthly meetings members participate in discussions whichhelp to further this understanding. Fudge sales are held during the year at football and basketball games. The funds from these sales are used for the purchase ofFrench SEATED: Nancy Anspach, PRESIDENT FRENCH II: Mrs. Wiedemann, paintings for the classroom and for the annual ADVISER; Kandy Miller, PRESIDENT FRENCH I banquet where for a few hours the group ima- STANDING.’LindaShadley, SECRETARY FRENCHII; Deryl Van Atta, gine that they are at a sidewalk cafe in Paris TREASURER FRENCH II; Joan Moser, VICE-PRESIDENT or dining at the famous Tour d'Argent overlook- FRENCH II; Leslie Allen, REPORTER FRENCH II; Dorothy ing the Seine. Dobnicker, SECRETARY FRENCH I; Nancy Elwood, VICE- PRESIDENT FRENCH I; Cheryl Kindle, TREASURER FRENCH I MEMBERS FRONT: Rob Price, Nancy Anspach, Charles Collett,Karen Peper,Mike Bowden, Diane Hanson, Dave McCurdy 2ND: Mrs. Wiedemann, Janet Calvert, Bobbie Griffith, Dan Pumphrey, Kandy Miller, Mahlon Darlington, Carolyn Spangler, Jackie Montgomery 3RD:Karen Martin, Kristin Sekora, Judy Fleming,Sue Long, Linda Dilts,Susie Failor, Linda Shadley, Joan Moser, Shirley Wright TOP: Phyllis Hodges, Nancy Elwood, Glenda Webb, Charles Conley, Vickie Crouse, Dorothy Dobnicker, Nancy Price, Diane Hackworth, Cheryl Kindle, Richard Clark, Deryl Van Atta, Linda Fulks, Leslie Allen Please Tell the Truth! Which is the REAL Jeanne d'Arc ?COPY EDITOR Karen Martin BUSINESS MANAGER Dennis Casper LAYOUT EDITOR Kandy Miller ASS'T BUSINESS MANAGER Nancy ElwoodKathy English ACTIVITIES SECTION EDITOR Karen Peper, JohnSpitzer, Mike Stavenger, Rick Tipple, Diane Hanson SENIOR EDITORS Sharon Robinson - Marie Plummer Assistant Nancy Koch Where's the paste? What do you mean the pictures are cut wrong Why isn't this page done ? Tomorrow's the deadline . These and other expressions were the familiar sounds heard as the 1962 annual staff devoted many after-school hours to planning pages, ordering pictures, and writing copy for the 1962 WE. Under the supervision of adviser Mrs. Milnar and editor Geneva Motter the staff exerted energy and imagination to produce a meaningful reminder of the activities, organizations, and events of the school year. Evon Kerr ORGANIZATION SECTION EDITOR ADMINISTRATION SECTION Gwen Keith Marianne Kain Roberta Griffith, Becky Hetrick Joan Moser, Linda Fulks Mary Jane Pumphrey CLASSES MISCELLANEOUS SECTIONS EDITOR Charles Collett Brad Hindall Phyllis Hodges, Etoile Heifner Kathy James, Leslie AllenTHE VOICE ADVISER MRS. FRANCES PRICE National rijolaatir ?3rpaa Aaanriatinn ALL-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER CRITICAL SERVICE MUST ItMIlTtl The Voice In recognition of its merits is awarJeJ ¥ rBt Clafifl Hmuir Sating in the Sixty-sixth National Newspaper Critical Service of the National Scholastic Press Association aU the University of Minnesota, School of Journalism, this Twentieth Jay of March, 1962. rr h EDITOR MARIANNE PIFER At the left is a picture of the First Class Honor Rating received from the National Scholastic Press Association Critical Rating Service. The VOICE had a score of 3215 which is midway between the First Class and All American ratings. The VOICE received this rating because of the excellence of copy writing, leads, typography, heads, art, news sources, and production. BUSINESS MGR. Janice Irwin STAFF Becky Banks David Wirt REPORTERS Larry Rodgers Rita Rodgers Becky Banks Tana Tipple 22PRIZE WINNING NEWSPAPER OF ADA HIGH SCHOOL ART EDITOR Sharon Sobers FEATURE EDITOR Dave Munro ARTIST Kristin Sekora The VOICE is published bi-weekly by a group of students interested in journalism. The VOICE gives students intelligent and complete coverage of current situations and school news. During the summer four staff members were sent to the annual Journalism Workshop at Ohio University where they attended classes in editing, writing and organizing news stories. The VOICE Staff strives to win recognition at district and national contests. Volunteers on the staff receive valuable experience in practical journalism, advertising, make-up, layout, and running a self-supporting business on a small scale. The VOICE is a member of NSPA and NODJA. SEATED: SOCIAL EDITOR Nancy Anspach. STANDING: REPORTER Steve Stafnbaugh, FEATURE EDITOR Dave Munro, SUPPLEMENTARY EDITOR Rob Price, SPORTS EDITOR Mike Bowden, NEWS EDITOR Cheryl LaViness CIRCULATION MANAGER Joe Bischoff, PRODUCTION MANAGER Tom Boutwell, CORRESPONDENCE EDITOR Sue Jones, and REPORTER Becky Banks TYPIST Eileen Wagner and PROOF READER Dorothy Dobnicker 23FRONT ROW: Barbara Montgomery, Kandy Miller, Sue Jones, Nancy Hubbell, Judy Shepherd, Dorothy Wilkerson, Nancy Anspach, Karen Peper, Etoile Heifner, Marianne Kain, Diane Hanson, Marie Plummer, Cheryl McAlpin, Geneva Motter, Evon Kerr. 2ND ROW: Shirley Wright, Judy Prater, Cherie Bozarth, Jan Long, Judy McFarland, Karol Martin, Nancy Koch, Loretta Shulaw, Becky Hetrick, Tana Tipple, Bobi Griffith, Jackie Montgomery, Kathy English, Gretchen Archer, Sharon Robinson, Linda Dilts, Joan Moser, Mary Spangler, Connie Graham, Linda Shadley. 3RD ROW: Karen Martin, Karen Plummer, Cheryl LaViness, Sharon Smelser, Joyce Simon, Linda Fulks, Peggy Hughes, Debi Reese, Barbara Skinner, Linda Staley, Glenda Webb, Carolyn Bout-well, Kathy James, Deryl VanAtta, Cynthia Hoch, Phyllis Hodges, Leslie Allen, Pam Bosch, Nancy Elwood, Janice Irwin, Janice Bucher, Gwen Keith, Mrs. Ludwig. G i R L s A T H L E T I C G. A. A. , Girls' Athletic Association, is an organization of sports-minded girls in the senior, junior, and sophomore classes at Ada High. New members were initiated at Memorial Park in September. Later in the fall the girls sold AHS Bulldog sweatshirts. Stuffed dogs named Pooch and dolls named Horace and Jill were sold in January. On February 10th, high school couples danced to the music of the Northmen at the G. A. A. sponsored Valentine Dance. SECRETARY Cheryl LaViness, VICE-PRESIDENT Evon Kerr, ADVISER Mrs. Ludwig, PRESIDENT Judy Shepherd, and TREASURER Geneva Motter. After a chili supper in April, the girls wound up the year of sports by playing the types of games they had played during the year. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet brought the 1961-62 G. A. A. year to a close in May. Jan Long receives a letter award from Mrs. Ludwig. The Seniors accept the Intramural Trophy. 24F reshman JACKIE PHILLIANS Sophomore TANA TIPPLE THE QUEEN Junior EVON KERR Senior JUDY SHEPHERD Mike Failor, Judy Shepherd, Evon Kerr, Glen Williams, Queen Eileen Wagner, Keith Klingler, Tana Tipple, Bob James, Jackie Phillians, and Gary Ludwig 1961 HOMECOMING THE HOMECOMING QUEEN Long to be remembered was the evening of September 30, 1961, when attractive Eileen Wagner reigned as Queen over the 1961 Homecoming Ball. The Johnny Craig Combo provided music for the occasion. The Harvest Room (the Multi-purpose Room) brought forth the true picture of autumn with its decorations of beautiful fall colors. At the highlight of the evening, Tom Parkhill had the honor of presenting gifts to lovely Queen Eileen and her attendants. AND HER COURTY-TEENS Q V GIRLS Hl-Y BOYS SPARKLE AT THE TINSEL BALL KING QUEEN Ken Badertscher Judy Shepherd reigned over the TINSEL BALL festivities What makes you think I did it?G. A. A. LENTINE DANCE 1962 Cupid's Holiday takes shape QUEEN AND HER COURT SOPHOMORE SENIOR THE QUEEN JUNIOR Deryl VanAtta Gwen Keith Pam Bosch Peggy HughesQUEENS FOR EILEEN WAGNER G.A.A. Queen of Hearts PAM BOSCHUTOPIAN CRUISE On the night of May 12, guests at the Prom found themselves on board a luxury liner. After the ship got underway, everyone assembled in the lounge which was decorated with palm trees and a bamboo hut. Ship-board music was provided by the Eddie Duffield Band. Guest star Arthur Jackson of O.N.U. sang two very appropriate songs- Bali Hai and Moon River. After a memorable cruise, the ship docked once more at Ada where the couples disembarked and visited the Ada Theater where they saw Sail A Crooked Ship. Next on the program was bowling at Nor-ada Lanes, and finally to climax a wonderful evening - breakfast at the Liberty Grange.ACT II LOVE AND MARRIAGE ' Howie Newsome.............jQhn Nelson Simon Stimson ............Clarence Shulaw Prof. Willard.............Tom Parkhill Constable Warren .........Lloyd Schick Mrs. Soames ..............Ann Schafer Sam Craig ................Ken Badertscher Joe Stoddard..............Mike Failor Mrs. Crowell..............Gwen Keith Joe Crowell, Jr.......... Rex Keith Si Crowell................Tom Starling Man in auditorium.........Brad Klingler Woman in balcony......... Mildred Harmon Lady in box ..............Sharon Long Farmer McCarthy...........Bill Sonnett Baseball Players .... Chester Cheney, Brad Klingler, Tom Parkhill ACT I LIFE’’ THE WEBB FAMILY Mrs. Webb Geneva Motter Wally Joe Bischoff Emily Judy Shepherd A Mr. Webb Rob Price m THE GIBBS FAMILY Dr. Gibbs Rebecca George Mrs. Gibbs Gary Wagner Karen Martin Dennis Casper Kandy Miller OUR TOWN presented by THE SENIOR CLASS 10 November 1962 Director: Mrs. Frances Price Ass't. Director: Clair Meyers (ONU) Gary Eckenrode The Stage Manager ACT III DEATH” OF EMILYThe talent can't be hidden, even by make-up! PECK’S BAD BOY m m m m m € m § ■» «■ 'i®1 §» =r se- g ? • i- Director Norman Spitzer talks over a problem with stage managers, Nancy Hubbell and Cheryl LaViness. I love you three times. SEATED: Wright, Collett, Kain, Archer, Bowden, Butterfield. STANDING: Staley, Hughes, Smelser, Hathaway, Koch, Hauenstein, Long, Martin, Mr. Spitzer, director. presented by the Junior Class 6 April 1962 CAST Henry Peck Sr........... Henry Peck Jr........... Mrs. Hannah Peck........ Jimmy Duffy............. Minnie.................. Luella Thorne........... Clifford Jennings....... Melville Beaumont....... Lizzie ................. Dahlia.................. Schultz................. Dora ................... Flora .................. Lora.................... Charles Collett Pat Butterfield Marianne Kain Gary Wright Karol Martin Gretchen Archer Wynn Hauenstein Mike Bowden Jan Long Nancy Koch .Larry Hathaway .Linda Staley .Sharon Smelser Peggy HughesTERRI SUE JONES SALUTATORIAN Valedictorian Judy Shepherd of the Class of '62 finished first in a class of fifty with a cumulative average of 3. 925. Salutatorian Sue Jones finished four years of hard work with a cumulative average of 3. 700. JUDITH ANN SHEPHERD VALEDICTORIAN GALLERY OF HIGH DISTINCTION SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SEATED: Gary Wagner, Ken Badertscher, Judy Shepherd, Geneva Motter, Tom Parkhill. STANDING: Lloyd Schick, Nancy Anspach, Kandy Miller, Rob Price, Karen Martin, Sue Jones. NEWLY INDUCTED JUNIOR MEMBERS OF THE N.H.S. SEATED: Gretchen Archer, Marianne Kain, Nancy Koch. STANDING: Glen Williams, Charles Collett, Joe Banks, Michael Bowden.Nancy Anspach and Janice Irwin represented the Ada Y-Teens on the United Nations Trip. Candidates are chosen by the number of service points they have received through the years. Charles T. Collett won the county-wide Law Day essay contest with his essay The Law - Well-Spring of Liberty . Bill Sonnett and John Knell were selected from AHS Seniors to attend the World Affairs Institute in Cincinnati. The conference was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Ada. The boys were chosen on the basis of their scores received on a World Affairs test given to all the seniors. Tom Parkhill beams as Mr. Lucas congratulates him on being the Athlete of the Year. Boys' State representatives were Gary Wagner, Ken Badertscher, and John Knell. These boys were sponsored by the American Legion of Ada. June Simon won the State Homemaker Award. She applied for this award by filling out papers which showed her growth in the community, home, and school. Pam Bosch, Sue Jones, Nancy Anspach, Kandy Miller, Karen Martin, Judy Shepherd and Geneva Motter were this year's representatives to Girls' State. 33SENIORS WIN INTERCLASQ FOR THE THIRD YEAR SENIOR CONTESTANTS Rob Price - Short Story Groat's Lucky Day Mike Failor - Oration Who Makes Up Your Mind Geneva Motter - Reading Gigglin' Lizzie Tom Parkhill - Essay The Automatic Life 90PH0M0RE8 WIN DECORATIONS INDIVIDUAL WINNERS Mike Failor (12th) Oration Tom Parkhill (12th) Essay Etoile Heifner (10th) Short Story Diane Hanson (10th) Reading 34JUNIOR CONTESTANTS Marianne Kain - Essay Stand Fast For Freedom Mike Bowden - Oration Ignorance: The Stumbling Block In United States' Foreign Affairs Cheryl LaViness - Short Story Going My Way? Gretchen Archer - Reading She Lived A Miracle SOPHOMORE CONTESTANTS Sharon Sobers - Essay Ouagadougou Diane Hanson - Reading The Creation Dave Munro - Oration 'Separate and Unequal' Etoile Heifner - Short Story Caleb Yates, Prospector . DECOR ATI0N8 Chairmen for the decorations were SOPHOMORES Joan Moser and Brad Hindall, JUNIOR Jim Treen, and SENIOR Gwen Keith SENIORS WIN SKIT Skits were under the direction of SOPHOMORES Kathy James and Debi Reese, JUNIOR Glen Williams, and SENIOR John Knell SORRY, WE DON'T HAVE ANY PICTURES OF THE SKITS. JILLS OF ALL TRADES - THE OFFICE GIRLS Geneva Motter Kathy James Joan Moser Nancy Hubbell Nancy Anspach Sharon Sobers Mrs. Eileen Parshall The smiling face that's here to stay Mrs. Parshall came to us as Secretary in January 1962 MRS. MAXINE McBRIDE The smiling face that's gone away Mrs. McBride resigned in December 1961 after ten years loyal service THE ANSWER CREW - THE LIBRARIANS If you can't find it - ask us STANDING: Judy Edens, Karen Martin, Bobbie Griffith, Cheryl McAlpin, Joe Banks, Carolyn Boutwell, Nancy El-wood, Mary Cook, Librarian Mrs. Milnar SEATED: Larry Hathaway, Sharon Robinson, Mike Stavenger, Marie Plummer, RichardKlingenberger, LorettaShulaw, Earl Fisher ABSENT: Tom Wade, Marianne Kain, Nancy Koch, DonEverhart, Janet Duffy }{ : THE BEHIND THE SCENES WORKERS THE STAGE CREW who set the stage for all events STANDING: John Dearth, Adviser Mr. Rex, Frank Elzay, Terry Rainey, Don Dearth, Mike Stavenger, Leroy 'Dares Fate' Downing, Gary Spradlin KNEELING: Larry Musser, Carl Wilke r son•, -BACK: Mrs. Jackson, Loretta Shulaw, Cheryl McAlpin, Clyde Curtis, Dick Klingler, Dan Dearth, Frank Elzay MIDDLE: Cheryl LaViness, Kristin Sekora, Peggy Hughes, Mike Failor, Terry McCool, Gary Wagner FRONT: June Ann Simon, Sharon Sobers, Carolyn Boutwell, Joan Moser, Jill Roberts, Karol Martin SUSIE FAILOR Saxophone Solo-Class B Random Reverie District-I rating ADA HIGH DIANE HANSON Soprano Soloist-Class A The Spirit Flower District-I rating State-II rating MIRIAM HALL Baritone Solo-Class A Beautiful Colorado District-I rating State-I rating SCHOOL MUSIC HONORS 38Gary Tidd, Ken Badertscher, JohnKnell, Dennis Casper, Diane Hanson, Judy McFarland Steve Burris, JimCurtis, RonKipker, TomBoutwell, BillShulaw, SueStambaugh, JoAnnHall Barbara Skinner, JoAnn Vandemark, Tana Tipple, Deryl VanAtta, GwenKeith accompanist:Gretchen Archer CHOIR The chorus has had a very full engagement book this year. Their successful performances are to be attributed to ardent endeavor on the part of their members and quality instruction from Mrs. Jackson. The choir had a repertoire that ranged from simple folk songs to serious cantatas and oratorios . In November the choir presented a program for the P.T.A. The program pre-semted in December was a group of Christmas favorites. The annual Music Contest was held in March, and the final event of the year was the Spring Concert in May. The officers for the year were: PRES. GwenKeith, VICE-PRES. Cheryl La-Viness, and SEC.-TREAS. Judy McFarland. JOSEPH CHRIST Bassoon Solo-Class A Mozart 2nd Concerto District-I rating State-I rating 1962 WOODWIND QUARTET Class A Nocturne District-I rating State II rating STANDING: Gretchen Archer, Joe Crist SEATED: Jacquie Dove, Eloyd SchickBIG DRUMS, LITTLE DRUMS, LOUD CLANGS, SOFT CLANGS! Diane Hackworth, Karol Martin, Karen Martin, Donavin Dunbar, Cathy Smith, Judy Shepherd, and Jan Long, seated ARE YOU READY, SAXOPHONES? James Estep, Donna Koch, Susie Failor, Linda Shadley, Judy Crowe, Tim Rodabaugh ATTENTION ! ! ! CLARINETS ! ! ! 2x3 EQUALS NOISE (and plenty of it) Gwen Keith, Debbie Reese, Nancy Price, Rebecca Geneva Motter, Glenda Webb, Vickie Crouse, Nancy Anspach, Hoffman, Judy Fleming, Karen Peper, Nancy Son- Miriam Hall, Jonathan Crist nett, Phyllis Hodges, Cheryl Kindle, Bonnie Archer, Karen Krofft IT'S THIS WAY, MISTER! FOLLOW THE TRUMPETS WE LIKE L--O--N--G AND SKINNY ONES Ron Weihrauch, Robert Fox, Dan Pumphrey, David Jacqueline Love, Claudia Clum, Nancy Koch, Wirt, Joe Ferguson, Gary Willeke, Rex Keith Lloyd Schick, Ann Schafer, Joseph CristSOMBER TROMBONES Clarence Kandy Gary Shulaw Miller Spradlin Tom Rodabaugh Leland Crouse STOUT HEARTED, STOUT WINDED TUBAS Chester Cheney, JayEpley, Carolyn Boutwell Paul Baughman THE ADA HIGH SCHOOL BAND OF 1961-1962 directed by WILLIAM ANSLEY Among the many services rendered to our school by the band are the following: SALUTE THE FLUTES! 1. Provides entertainment for our Kathy James, Gretcher Archer, Kathy English, Janice Bucher football games 2. Furnishes musicians for special performances at assemblies 3. Presents a Spring Concert for the enjoyment of the public 4. Participates in district and state contests WHO ARE WE ? THE SMILING THREE ! TREASURER PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Nancy Koch Judy Shepherd Gretchen ArcherThe shrill blast of a whistle is heard .... Amid a flashing of batons and the sharp stacatto of drums, Ada High School's high stepping majorettes strut down the field. There is a burst of applause as the majorettes go into one of their fast - paced routines. DRUM MAJORETTE KANDY MILLER SeniorWATCH FOR US, WE'RE ON OUR WAY, WE'LL BE THE SENIOR BAND someday. FLUTES AND CLARINETS FRONT: Cathy Marshall, Laima Abele, Debbie Brown, Fred Ferguson. MIDDLE: Beverly Keith, Jacque Ludwig, Rebecca Hall, Lynn Jackson, Janet Hoffman.BACK: Sharon Rodabaugh, Suzette Leigh, Betty Clapper, Marilyn Tarr, Christine Lehman, and David Corkery. JUNIOR BAND PERCUSSION JaneStobbe, Celeste Heifner, Connie Miller, Raymond Long, Randall Hattery, Linda English, and Debbie Wirt. FRENCH HORN: Linda Pickering, TUBA: Larry Spradlin, and BARITONE: Bruce Dearth. TROMBONES: Dallas Hoffman, Dan Archer, Jeff Sousley, Carol Baughman, and Christine Miller. SAXOPHONES TRUMPETS FRONT: Jon Umphress, Barbara Koch, JereAnspach, Joan Love, Cathy Lucas. MIDDLE: John Hall, Gary Jackson, Steve Dunbar, Eric Kipker, Carol Bischoff. BACK: Dale Badertscher, Russell Kirk, Gary Vande-mark, Robert Lucas, Larry Reissig, Delores Bosse. 43 SPRING CONCERT-VOCAL 26 APRIL 1962 • • AND 80 THEY SANG This year's Spring concert was a fine success. The Spring theme was carried throughout the program by the use of special scenery, costumes, and songs. Grades 7-12 participated in the concert. Soloists were Kathy Reese, Mary Si-ferd, and Diane Hanson. The singers were accompanied by Gretchen Archer and James Estep. Mrs. Jackson, the director of the choir, was presented with one dozen roses as a token of appreciation for her service to the choir this year.SENIOR BAND SPRING CONCERT-INSTRUMENTAL SENIOR BAND SELECTIONS Hi Fi March ...........................Mesang First Swedish Rhapsody ................Leidzen El Conquistador Spanish March .........Tarver Overture To The Opera Madame Favart . . .Offenbach New Horizons March ....................Walters Golden Gate Overture ..................Fricson Suite From Viva Mexico ................Morrissey 1. Processional 2. Fiesta of the Charros 3. The bells of San Miguel 4. Puebla de Los Angeles 5. Parade Tympendium Tympani Solo - Judy Shepherd -........Schinstine One O'Clock Jump ....................... Basie J) J JUNIOR BAND SELECTIONS Stars and Stripes Forever ......Sousa March Slav .....................Tschaikowsky Sweet and Low ..................Barnby Habanera .......................Bizet Boogie Woogie ..................Smith h 11 May 1962 JUNIOR BANDTHE WE STAFF SAYS THANKS” TO THE PATRONS AND TO THE ADVERTISERS WHOSE ADS APPEAR ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES . The help of our patrons and advertizers makes it possible for us to publish our yearbook. We appreciate your co-operation, and your aid is a symbol of the relationship of our community to the school. We are proud to live in such a community, and we give you our deepest thanks. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY PHYSICIANS John A. Kramer, M. D. Robert B. Love, M. D. Floyd M. Elliott, M. D. Robert B. Elliott, M. D. DENTIST R. E. Tipple OPTOMETRIST Thomas B. Martin CHIROPRACTORS J. T. J ohn Wayne Morehart Maurine Stuart VETERINARIAN E. R. Rodabaugh LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK ADA, OHIO PATRONS Ron Weihrauch banks his earnings. YOU CAN BANK ON ITS SAFETY 118 S. Main Phone 634-5015 Ada Herald Ada Laundry Dry Cleaning Ada Nursing Home Binkley's Poultry Market Brown's Gulf Service Charles Company Chico's Chrismer's IGA Market Cole Dome Insurance Cole Motor Sales Dale's Barbershop Earl's Heating Plumbing Ernsberger Milling Company Gambles (Harold Smith, owner) Gardner Drug Store Grange Mutual Casualty Insurance - John Ferguson Greggs Inc. , Lima,Ohio Hubbell Implement Company Long's Marathon Station Messick's Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Printcraft Card Company Carl Simon - Transportation of Raw Milk Sousley Insurance 46Mr. Mrs. Mr. Lenhart Helser Mertz PEPER DRUGS J. W. MERTZ HARDWARE THE PLACE WHERE PRICE AND AND QUALITY MEET 111 N. MAIN ADA PHONE 634-2821 Karen Peper, the boss's daughter, treats Cynthia Hock and Joan Moser to cokes. PICTURES DEVELOPED IN 24 HOURS 221 N. MAIN PHONE 634-5881 ADA FARMERS EXCHANGE 105 S. GILBERT ADA. OHIO 47SONNETT CRAFTBUILT MANUFACTURERS OF SPORTS EQUIPMENTBrad Hindall, Bob Irwin, and Mike Failor strike up a tune. Michigan and Ohio RINGS-AWARDS-MEDALS FROM HERFF-JONES CO. PENNINGTON BAKERY Salty” delivers bread to cafeteria manager, Mrs. Viola Fox. 49ADA LAUNDROMAT Open 24 Hours a Day 101 East Ballard Ada, Ohio FIELDS BAKERY Pastries of All Kinds 102 N. Main Ada Phone 634-5811 SUPREME CLEANERS A Satisfied Customer Is Our First Consideration 512 S. Main Ada Phone 634-4906 VANDEMARK REAL ESTATE Homes - Farms - Businesses 208 N. Main Phone 634-4851 HINDALL SONS Roofers 513 N. Johnson Ada Phone 634-2846 AHLENIUS COMPANY Women's Apparel 225 N. Main Ada Phone 634-3876 HIGHWAY OIL COMPANY Phillips 66 Products Rt. 3OS and 69 Ada Phone 634-2981 50 ROUSH MOTOR SALES Chevrolet - Oldsmobile 118 E. Lincoln Ada Phone 634-3821 REICHERT'S MEN BOYS' CLOTHING Top Quality Merchandise 206 N. Main Ada Phone 634-2881BROWN S BARBER SHOP BAKER S HARDWARE 'How aboutacrewcutfor the summer?' FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 634-5831 126 S. MAIN ADA Max and John practice their.-lubricating skills. KLINGLER’S C MA PURE OIL SERVICEc ROAD SERVICE ' » BATTERIES - LUBRICATION - WASH MAIN + BUCKEYE PHONE 634-4876 DEAN GRIFFIN AND SONS A n A I I AA A Ron Griffin practices his salesmanship in his father's store. 51ADA SUPER MARKET PRESTON FUNERAL HOME Pam Bosch and Cheryl McAlpin stock up for an evening snack. ADA’S HEADQUARTERS FOR FOOD, LOCKER SERVICE, AND MEAT PROCESSING 112 N. Main Phone 634-4921 202 S. MAIN, ADA PHONE 634-4931 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE stop in for a cool refreshing drink. 52DOROTHY'S BEAUTY SHOP Exclusive Hair Styling 611 S. Johnson Ada Phone 634-3498 MAIN DIME STORE Where Friends Meet 220 N. Main Ada, Ohio DAIRY QUEEN Purity - Quality - Service South on Rt. 69 Ada, Ohio GARDNER'S SOHIO SERVICE Sales Service Main Lincoln Ada Phone 634-2816 SAM'S SHOP Gunsmithing - Wallpaper - Paint 402 N. Main Ada Phone 634-5931 NORADA LANES Come Bowl a Game or Two R. R. 3 Ada Phone 634-5182Kathy James, Debi Reese, Twal Heifner, and Becky Hetrick stop in for an after school snack at HAL AND JEAN'S BARBEQUE CHAR-BROILED STEAKS-PIZZA-SEAFOODS CENTRAL AVENUE ADA, OHIO PHONE 634-4806 McCURDY STEEL PRODUCTS COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF FARM HANDLING EQUIPMENT 126 E. BUCKEYE ADA PHONE 634-4065HANSON FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE-OXYGEN EQUIPPED 211 S. MAIN ADA TWO ALGER 634-2936 HOMES 757-2475 Rob ert Baum, Jr. Paugh’s Market Penn Mutual Life Ins. Motorists Mutual Ins. PHONE 634-3936 112 W. Buckeye ADA, OHIO Kay C. Collett and Dick Lemin purchase some articles from Mr. Paugh. 411 S. Main Phone 634-2891 55COMPLIMENTS OF ALGER FEED AND GRAIN CO. GRAINS FEEDS GRINDING+MIXING FERTILIZER SEEDS SEED MR. ROBERT CHANDLER. OWNER CLEANING AND TREATING FARM SUPPLIES ALGER, OHIO PHONE 757-2281 56F. H. BAILEY SONS Concrete Products R.R. 3 Ada Phone 634-3941 BAUGHMAN GREENHOUSES For Fine Corsages 824 S. Simon Ada Phone 634-2906 CAREY INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Bonds 501 N. Main Ada Phone 634-2036 UMPHRESS JEWELERS Serving Ada for 16 Years 204 N. Main Ada Phone 634-3811 EQUITY DAIRIES, INC. Equity Milk Is The Best 225 N. Main Ada Phone 634-2946 BURNETT'S BARBERSHOP For A Clean Haircut 214 N. Main Ada, Ohio STEINMAN BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY Service At All Times 119 W. Buckeye Ada Phone 634-5921 COMMUNITY OIL GAS Service With A Smile Buckeye Gilbert Ada Phone 634-5851 HUBER FURNITURE APPLIANCES The Place Where Price and Quality Meet 232-34 N. Main Ada Phone 634-4831Mi WE FEED THEM Mrs. McElroy, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Stair, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Koop Ai C WE BRING THEM LEFT to RIGHT: Charles Reese, Dean Moore, Vernon Wolke, Bob LaRue, Nolen Burman, Bernard Epley WE HELP FEED THEM TOP: Judy Wilkerson, Cathy Emling-er, LaDonna Dearth, Mildred Harmon, Carol Traught, Cheryl Sanders, Barbara Cunningham. MIDDLE: Peggy Nelson, Betty Wireman, Louise Fogle, Peggy DeLong, Linda Moser, Drena Hathaway. BOTTOM: Fred Gonzalez, Geneva Motter, Larry Weller, Cheryl McAlpin, Neil Williams. WE CLEAN AFTER THEM C.J. Steinman, Clarence Weihrauch, Bob LaRueSPORTSCOACH OF THE YEAR H. Richard Watson proudly holds the SCIOTO VALLEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP trophy which his team brougnt to Ada . TOM PARKHILL, the scoring and ground-gaining leader in the SVL with 100 points and 1172 yards respectively, was given honorable mention on the Associated Press Class A offensive squad as quarterback. CHAMPIONQHIP YEAR 1961 The Bulldog Grid Squad completed an excellent season with a 7-1 over-all record, and a 3-0 record in league play which brought the SCIOTO VALLEY LEAGUE TITLE to Ada for the first time. The spirited team won its season opener by beating Wapak 2-0 but lost the second tilt to Kenton by a score of 8-6 where a few breaks would have helped the team on its way to a second win. After the Kenton game it was clear sailing all the way to the championship. The Ada defense held the opponents to 16 points while the offense racked up a total of 2 36 points for an average per game of 29. 5 points - a tribute to a hard working team. The teamwork displayed throughout the season was excellent, as coach H. Richard Watson expressed on several occasions. When the ALL-STAR list for the SCIOTO VALLEY LEAGUE was announced, Ada had cornered eleven of the positions, and Mr. Watson had been named Coach of the Year. Even tnough the team will lose seven senior lettermen, there will be returning lettermen to fill the blank spots and a determined squad to fight for the remaining positions. With this combination, we should have another fine season in 1962. MIKE FAILOR was named on the second team of the Associated Press Class A squad as a defensive linebacker and was given honorable mention on the United Press All-State Squad Placed on the SCIOTO VALLEY LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM a a it a- a a- MIKE FAILOR guard - offense defense GARY REAMS end - offense defense DAN ALLEN halfback - offense KEN BADERTSCHER tackle - offense BRUCE BROWN full back - defense TRACY BROWN halfback - defense BRAD KLINGLER linebacker - defense MANAGERS TOm PARKHILL ASSISTANT COACH HEAD COACH John Knell, Leroy Downing, Bob Roof quarterback - offense Myron Cline Richard Watson JIM TREEN tackle - defenseSENIOR LETTERMEN who helped bring the CHAMPIONSHIP to ADA ADA blitzes WAPAK in 20-0 opener 'DOGS win everything except score lose to KENTON 8-6 ADA rumbles past BLUFFTON 28-0 'DOGS smother HARDIN-NORTHERN 78-0 sf jr MIKE FAILOR Guard First ADA win at CAREY since 1944 Bulldogs bust Blue Devils 47-8 ADA squeaks past BATH 8-0 'DOGS win for Dads overpower LAFAYETTE 34-0 ADA defeats PERRY 15-0 ADA captures first SCIOTO VALLEY CHAMPIONSHIP with a 7-1 record --------- . ; - JUNIOR SQUAD BACK: Don Everhart, Glen Williams, Dan Allen, Bob Shields , John Cur rey. FRONT: George Fee, Earl Fisher, Joe Banks, Tracy Brown, Larry Hathaway, Wynn Hauenstein.DENNIS BURRIS End RON KIPKER Fullback FRESHMAN SQUAD Back: Dick Klingler, Ron Kipker, Bill Rainey, Terry Johnson. FRONT: Gary Ludwig, Ken Amburgey, Chuck Goodwin, Bill Hawley, Jerry Simmons —Her Royal Highness EILEEN WAGNER was driven on the field by her cousin Gary Wagner 1961 HOMECOMING GAME TOMMY ENGLISH, son of Mr. Mrs. Marvin English, presented the game ball to the Queen, and LAURIE MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller, carried the royal crown. The Queen's Attendants - FRESHMAN Jackie Phillians, SOPHOMORE Tana Tipple, JUNIOR Evon Kerr, SENIOR Judy Shepherd - joined the Queen to enjoy the game from the royal car The football team presented an exciting 78-0 victory over Hardin-Northern to the Queen, her court, and the spectators at theBOBBIE GRIFFITH Sophomore HEY! BULLDOG 8 ARE YOU WITH US? JAN LONG JuniorADA HARD-FIGHTING FIVE displayed SCORING PUNCH GARY REAMS Forward Regular Schedule 72 Ada Spencerville 51 60 Ada Bath 60 63 Ada Kenton 74 66 Ada Lafayette 37 61 Ada Bluffton 42 62 Ada Wapakoneta 70 59 Ada Perry 70 59 Ada Gomer 45 68 Ada Cory-Rawson 53 79 Ada Delphos Jefferson 54 50 Ada Beaverdam 39 78 Ada Hardin Northern 56 53 Ada Harrod 68 79 Ada Forest 54 51 Ada Elida Holiday Tourney 56 78 Ada Forest 39 53 Ada Arlington County Tourney 46 74 Ada Mt. Victory 60 63 Ada Roundhead 53 73 Ada McGuffy 59 43 Ada Alger Sectional Tourney 44 57 Ada Miller City ♦wins 69This year's basketball squad, sparked by new coach Myron Cline and some fine spirit, won the opening game and battled on to finish the season with a 14-8 record and to capture 5th place in the Northwest Conference. The scoring of the Bulldogs was well-balanced with Parkhill averaging more than 16 points per game, and Tracy Brown, Reams, and Rayl all with an average of over 11 points per game. Parkhill was chosen for the first string of the mythical All-Star Teams by the Lima News, Lima Citizen, and Toledo Blade. Next year's team will be minus several fine seniors, but the Bulldogs should be ready to again present a strong team to the fans. The camera catches co-captain Tom Parkhill in the act of guarding a member of the opposing team. In the background assisting Tom are Brad Klingler 45 and Dave Rayl 51. Coach Myron Cline and assistant Norman Rex discuss strategy for a coming game. Managers Bob Shields Leroy Downing. TracyBrown, JohnCurrey, DanAllen, Bruce Brown, Glen Williams, Ken Badertscher, Dennis Burris, Brad Klingler, Co-captains Gary Reams Tom Parkhill, Charles Hub-bell, Dave Rayl, Assistant Coach Norman Rex, COACH Myron ClinelAfC Judy Fleming ® ® ™ Susie Failor Evon Kerr Judy McFarland Kathy James CHEER FOR THESE TEAMS 9TH GRADE Carl Wilkerson, Charles Goodwin, Gary Ludwig, Steve Burris, Dick Klingler, Gerald Rush, Ray Staley, Bill Rainey, Ken Amburgey, Tom Williams, Gary Willeke. Coach Norman Rex JUNIOR 1 VARSITY FRONT: Gerald Rush, Dennis Burris, Charles Hubbell, John Fox, Glen Williams, Dennis McClure. SECOND ROW: Mr. Rex, Tom Williams, Charles Goodwin, Ken Amburgey, Bob Irwin, Steve Burris, Gary Ludwig. TOP:Gary Willeke, Jim Curtis, Bill Rainey, DickKlingler, RayStaley, Dan Allen, John Currey, Tom Wade, Carl Wilkerson.TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME AS ADA HIGH’S BASEBALL TEAM RUNS UP THE SCORE The Bulldogs' baseball team started spring practice along with the track squad. Several players were on both the track and baseball teams, but the majority chose one or the other. There was a large turnout for the baseball team during the entire season. In the first game against Beaverdam, the score was tied 2-2 in overtime until the top of the ninth when the Bulldogs cut loose for four runs. Kenny Amburgey on the mound went the regulation distance for the first time in his pitching career. In the game with Hardin Northern, the 'Dogs won 15-1, scoring 8 runs in the second inning with the aid of 3 errors and 7 hits. Tom Parkhill was the Ada pitcher. Continuing their winning streak, the'Dogs whipped Elida 8-4, getting six runs in the last two innings. Bluffton came next, getting beat by a scoring spree of 21-13. Hardin Northern got whipped again, this time 9-0, raising Ada's winning streak to five straight. Wharton also got tromped on by the 'Dogs by the score of 17-9. This was the first game of the Hardin County Tourney. In the non-tournament game Ada was beaten by Kenton in a close game 5-3. In another tournament game Mt. Blanchard defeated Ada 3-0, thereby knocking Ada out of the title contention. The Bulldogs again swamped Hardin Northern for the third time this year by a score of 17-1. Then the Bulldogs met Kenton and again were beaten; this time it was Kenton 13-Ada 3. This game closed the Bulldogs' Baseball Season with a 7 won-3 lost record. The majority of the team was made up of 11 letterman who are: Bob Irwin, Dan Allen, Kenny Amburgey, Tom Parkhill, Brad Klingler, Gary Ludwig, Glen Williams, Ken Bad-ertscher. Bob Shields, Tracy Brown, and Don Poling. BACK: Mgr. Bob Roof, Bob Irwin, Dan Allen, Glen Williams, Tom Parkhill, Brad Klingler,Ken Badertscher, Dennis McClure, Bob Shields, K.C. Collett. FRONT: Paul Rausch, Don Poling, Ken Amburgey, Jon Truman, Gary Ludwig, Tracy Brown, Wayne Simon, Jerry Simmons, Coach Richard Watson. 69KNEELING: 2ND ROW: 3RD ROW: BACK ROW: Bruce Hays, John Baker, Bob Newland, Ron Staley, Ernie Curtis, Joe Bischoff, Dan Archer, Steve Mankey, Roger Griffin, John Bucher, Russell Kirk. Mgr. Carl Wilkerson, Gary Devier, Mike McNeill, Gary Nelson, Gary Vandemark, Mark Klingenberger, Bob Lucas, Charles Rayl, Jerry Anspach, Jerry Davis, Jim Ludwig, Mgr. Bill Williams. Steve Harmon, Bill Baughman, Dan Keller, Dean Hughes, Jeff Sousley, John McCool, Dwayne Umphress, Ron Griffin, Dennis Clark, Jim Griffith, Tom Brown, Carl Hack-worth, Dan Anspach. Tony Baum, Bob Plummer, Forrest Montgomery, Steve Simon, Santos Andrade, Dave Simon, Norman Fleming, Joel Reissig, Denny Tressel, COACH Tom Coe. KNEELING: Tom Brown, Johi Dave Simon, Norman Fleming-, ju Carl Hackworth, Tony Baum, Dan DennyRainey, Denny Tressel, Bobi Don Robinson, Bill Baughman. STjfU Mike Wright, John Baker, Terry Dav arles Rayl, Jim Griffith, John Bucher, i. Watson, Mark Klingenberger, Jc. Steve Harmon, Gary Vandemark, Dan ARECORD SETTING THINCLADS BACK: Mgr. Leroy Downing, Terry Johnson, Bill Sonnett, Lloyd Schick, Greg Campbell, Jim Curtis, Dennis Burris, Ron Weihrauch, John Currey, Bob Irwin, Gary Wagner, Mgrs. Larry Musser and Roscoe Dearth, Coach Cline, MIDDLE: John Nelson, Tom Parkhill, Brad Klingler, John Knell, Ken Badertscher, Dave McCurdy, Rob Price, Dennis Casper, Ron Kipker, Dick Klingler, Don Dunbar, Joe Banks. FRONT:Delbert Henry, Dan Allen, Earl Fisher, Bruce Brown, Gary Reams, Mike Failor, Russell Dearth, Bill Shulaw, Bill Krofft, John Spitzer, Pat Butterfield. The Bulldog track squad started their spring workout with one of the largest gatherings in recent years at AHS. After a short two weeks of practice, the squad went to Columbus Grove for their first meet where the times wer6 rather slow and the distances rather short, but the 'Dogs came in a close second. In the second meet the 'Dogs felt their oats and ran Waynesfield into the cinders with a 99-19 tally. Ada took firsts and seconds in most events and the first three places in others. The whole squad was improving, especially the relay teams. In the triangular meet with Ottawa and Mt. Victory, Ada came through with a good margin of victory over st r nd place Ottawa and left Mt. Victory in the dust. Bruce Brown remained unbeaten in the 440 and Brad i. iiigler ma a good showing in the high jump and pole vault. Carrying on a tradition this year, the ack squad in ' ed the grid squad by trouncing Hardin Northern by a 65 point margin. In the Prospect vitational M et at Prospect, Ohio, the Bulldogs finished seventh in a field consisting of several Double A chools. Bruce Brown, unbeaten since he was a sophomore, finished second in the 440, and Joe Banks placed i-eco 3 in the mile. Dennis Burris was fourth in the mile and Gary Reams was fifth in the 880 run. e much i proved mil relay team, consisting of Mike Failor, Gary Wagner, Bruce Brown, and Joe Banks, aced second with a time of 3:43. 8. Belle Center was next in line for a shellacking, and they got one-Ada chalking up 82 points to Center's .Th ■ was the fourth straight win for the thinclads. In the first night meet at Ada High in several years, large crowd tr.raed ou ee the Bulldogs trounce Spencerville and Indian Lake. Bruce Brown again VinT ed his inning stream after placing second at Prospect. The Bulldogs now met Waynesfield at - rial Par..-, the Ada stomping groufid. The 'Dogs stomped hard on Waynesfield, allowing them just one point tb m they received in the first meet with the 'Dogs. This meet also wrapped up the regular track a4 .i High, with a season record of 9 wins and 1 loss. Ada averaged a whopping 83 points a meet, i josition was held to only 33. olonel Crawford relays held May 6, the Ada representatives made a good showing, placing Ada standing. Bruce Brown won the 440, and Dennis Burris and Joe Banks placed third and fourth ly in the mile. In the District Meet, Ada tied for fourteenth, earning a total of 3 points. Bruce placed fourth in the 440 here, and the mile relay team of Failor, Wagner, Brown, and Banks placed Bruce Brown placed sixth in the State Meet at Columbus, Ohio. RECORDS SET D. Burris 16.4 H. hurdles J. Banks 4.46 Mile Mile Relay (M. Failor, G. Reams, J. Banks, B. Brown) 3:41.8 Not official J. Currey, B. Klingler Pole Vault 9'6 71Tracy Brown Joe Banks Cheryl LaViness PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Michael Bowden TREASURER Dan Allen Gretchen Archer ELEVENTH GRADE CLASS OF 19G3 Dick Baker Shirley Begley Roger Burkholder Pat Butterfield Janet Calvert Charles Collett Fred Bosse Janice Bucher John Currey James Curtis John Dearth Leroy Downing Nancy Elwood Paul Dudgeon Kathy English Barbara Epley George Fee Earl Fisher Jo Anne Hall Larry HathawayWynn Hauenstein Roger Hill Evon Kerr Nancy Koch James Kyvig Jan Long David McCurdy Judy McFarland David Rayl Karol Martin Michael Moloney Barbara Montgomery Don Poling Loretta Shulaw June Simon Sharon Smelser Mary Spangler MaryJ. Pumphrey Linda Staley Frank Warren Ron Weihrauch Diana Weller Dorothy Wilkerson Glen Williams Gary Wright ABSENT: Don Everhart John Fox Robert Roof Jim TreenLeslie Allen Linda Fulks Jon Truman PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT TENTH GRADE Dennis Burris Greg Campbell Daniel Collett Deryl Van Atta David Munro SECRETARY TREASURER CLAQS OF 1964 Tom Boutwell Joseph Crist Linda Dilts Diane Hanson Mike Hattery Mary Downing Judy Edens Connie Graham Bobbie Griffith Etoile Heifner Alvin Helser Delbert Henry Becky Hetrick Brad Hindall Cynthia Hoch Phyllis Hodges Robert Irwin Kathy James Carolyn Johnson Rick Klingenberge r Martha Koop■ Anita Long Dick Lemin Larry Musser Bruce Noe Linda Quay Paul Rausch Dennis McClure Karen Peper Delbert McNeill Karen Plummer Jackie Montgomery Judy Prater Joan Moser Dan Pumphrey Debbie Reese Jill Roberts Larry Rodgers Kristin Sekora Linda Shadley Bob Shields Steven Stambaugh Susan Stambaugh Barbara Skinner Mike Stavenger Sharon Sobers John Spitzer Rick Tipple Tana Tipple Gary Spradlin Diane TreenKenneth Amburgey PRESIDENT Don Dunbar VICE-PRESIDENT Gary Ludwig SECRETARY Bonnie Archer TREASURER NINTH GRADE CLASS OF 19G5 1 Linda Austin Paul Basinger Paul Baughman Jim Begley Lewis Benton Ken Austin Claudia Clum Charles Conley Vicki Crouse Larry Cunningham Mahlon Darlington Daniel Dearth Russell Dearth Roscoe Dearth LeDonna Dearth Peggy DeLong Steve Devier Dorothy DobnickerDavid Downing Jeannine Ellison Frank Elzay Jay Epley Susie Failor Judy Fleming Ruth Fletcher Louise Fogle Robert Fox Donald Francis Roger Francis Charles Goodwi: Patricia Guider Diane Hackworth Miriam Hall Drena Hathaway Larry Hattery Bill Hawley Jane Helser Bill Jennings Terry Johnson Rex Keith Albert Keller Donna Koch Bill Krofft Patty Long Ronald Kipker Dick KlinglerCathy Smith Carolyn Spangler Mark Staley Cynthia Stimmel Bill Stull Gary Tidd Alice VanAtta Judy Watkins Larry Weller Carl Wilkerson Charlotte Willeke Gary Willeke Tom Williams Tom Lee Williams A1 Wright James Wright Sherry Wright Paula Yinger Jacqueline Love Robert Mihalus Dale Miller Linda Moser Janice Neiswander Peggy Nelson Joanna Roof Gerald Rush Bill Shulaw Jerry Simmons Wayne Simon Jay Sizemore Nancy Price Priscilla Price Bill Rainey I Stephen Reese Doreen Reiter ackie PhilliansEIGHTH GRADE ]U Norman Fleming CLA99 OF 19GG Danny Anspach Raymond Binkley Rita Rodgers VICE-PRESIDENT PRESIDENT Barbara Bowden SECRETARY-TREASURER Roger Ballinger Bill Baughman Robert Baum Anna Binkley Joe Bischoff Thomas Brown Dennis Clark John Bucher Carey Binkley Mary Cook Leland Crouse Judy Crowe Linda Curtis Phoebe Darlington Sally Downing Jonathon CristJoe Ferguson Linda Fleming Maxine Garver Ronnie Griffin James Griffith Celeste Heifner Steven Herman Charles Hesser Steven Hoch Rebecca Hoffman Barbara Kain Danny Keller Mary Jane Moloney Forrest Montgomery Anita Nelson Betty Kyvig Linda Lenhart James Ludwig Dean Hughes Russell Kirk Mark Klingenberger Terry McCool Mary Lynn McNeill Sandra Park Robert Plummer Carl Hackworth John Huddleston Karen Krofft Conelia Miller Joyce PraterDennis Rainey Kathleen Reese Joel Reissig Alan Richendollar Don Robinson Lon Robinson Tim Rodabaugh Tom Rodabaugh Glen Schmidt David Ring Charlotte Risner Mary Siferd Ellen Sobers Nancy Sonnett Linda Sousley Larry Spradlin Roberta Stambaugh Jane Stobbe Bruce Tackett David Simon Steven Simon David Wirt Rose Wolke Diane Wyss Diane Yoakam Jay Shadley Linda Shellenbarger Dennis Tressel Kathleen Watkins Cheryl Weller ABSENT: Delores Bosse Wayne Westrick Betty Wireman Larry TiddQEVENTH GRADE Paula Spar TREASURER Pat Phillians PRESIDENT Terrence Davis Jane Jones VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Jere Anspach Danny Archer John Baker Rebecca Banks CLASS OF 1967 Martha Begley Juanita Benton Clair Binkley Ray Shea Brite Barbara Cunningham Ernest Curtis Ann Butterfield L.inda Cheney Kenneth Curtis Betty DeLong Richard Conley Betty Clapper Gary Devier Peggy Duffy Coleen Hathaway Randall Hattery John Everhart Roger Griffin Rebecca Hall Steven HarmonRonald Kroftt Phyllis Legge Michael McNeill Steven Mankey Wesley Pickering Barbara Prater David Link Robert Lucas Jacqueline Ludwig Jon McCool Nancy Manley Charles Rayl Jeffery Miller Rhonda Miller John Richard Nancy Runser Gary Nelson Sue Rush Marilyn Tarr Donald Tidd Carol Traucht James Treen Duane Umphress Gary Vandemark Keith Wire Robert Wolke Michael Wright anette Willeke Neil Williams Rosemary Wright Karen Zimmerly GRADUATES PRESIDENT (Judq VICE PRESIDENT KENNETH E. BADERTSCHER Make all you can, save all you can, give all you can. National Honor Society Boy's State Class Officer 2, 3, 4 President 2, 4 Vice-President 3 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Hi-Y 4 JUDY ANNE SHEPHERD Genius, that power which dazzles mortal eyes, is oft but perserverance in disguise. Student Council 4 Treasurer 4 Chorus 2, 4 Football 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, 3, 4 DairyJudging Team 2, 3, 4 State Farmers Degree Valedictorian National Honor Society Girls' State Interclass 3 Homecoming Attendant 4 Class Officer 4 Vice-President 4 VOICE Staff 1, 2 Reporter 1, 2 G. A. A. 2, 3,4 Secretary 3 President 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Tinsel Ball Queen 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 President 3 Student Director 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Office Girl 2 Colors RED AND WHITE Flower CARNATION Motto STRIVING TODAY - EXCELLING TOMORROW 0 F 1962 SECRETARY TREASURER TERRI SUE JONES Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well. Salutatorian National Honor Society Girls' State Interclass 2 Class Officer 3, 4 Secretary 3, 4 Homecoming Attendant 2 VOICE Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Circulation Manager 1 Business Staff 2 Exchange Editor 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 President 2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 3, 4 Student Council 1, 3, 4 Secretary 3 President 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 3 Glee Club 1, 3 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Captain 4 Class Play 3 Office Girl 3 GWEN ANN KEITH Nothing is impossible to a willing hand. Class Officer 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2, 3, 4 Homecoming Attendant 3 WE Staff 3, 4 Music Layout 3 Administration Layout 4 French Club 1,2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 President 3 Intramural Manager 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Dist. Music Contest 2, 3 State Music Contest 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Cheerleader 3 Class Play 3, 4 88Gxa E v CUu - ROBERT JOE BISCHOFF It is always the adventurer who lives life to the fullest. ' CHERYL LYNN BOZARTH Great thoughts come from the heart. French Club 1, 2 Sec. -Treas. 1 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Y-Teejis 2, 3,4 Vice-President 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Xp nr NANCY KAY ANSPACH Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can wear. National Honor Society Girls' State VOICE Staff 2, 3, 4 Reporter 2 Social Editor 3, 4 French Club 3, 4 Vice-President 3 President 4 Latin Club 1, 2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Treasurer 4 Leadership Training Conf. U. N. Trip Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 Student Director 3 Office Girl 2, 3, 4 CAROLYN KAY BOUTWELL Faith is the root of all good works. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Brass Ensemble 2, 3, 4 Dist. Music Contest 2, 3,4 State Music Contest 2 Chorus 4 Librarian 4 PAMELA SUE BOSCH Conversation is one of the greatest joys in life. Girls' State F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Queen 4 CAROLYN MOST ATHLETIC TOM 89RONALD LEE BREWER As good-natured a soul as e'er trod on shoe of leather. Class Play 3 DENNIS MICHAEL CASPER To succeed in the world, do everything you can to appear successful: WE Staff 3, 4 Sports Layout 3 Business Manager 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 T rack 2 Class Play 3, 4 JANET LOUISE BURKHOLDER Cheerfulness is a sunny ray of life. F. H. A. 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 4 Hi-Y 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 Land Judge Team 4 Parliamentary Prodedure Team 2, 3, 4 Livestock Judging Team 3,4 DENNIS LEROY CHANDLER Girls are the greatest gifts given to man. BEST SUE DENNY LOOKING Class Officer 1 President 1 French Club 2, 3 Treasurer 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Chaplain 3 Vice-President 4 Chorus 3 Glee Club 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 Class Play 3 Safety Patrol 1 90CHESTER FRANKLIN CHENEY Think before you speak and you will never regret speaking. £3 MARY ELIZABETH COOK Good words are worth much and cost little. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, 3, 4 DONAVON DALE DEARTH The highest of distinctions is service to others. Student Council 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Stage Crew 1, 2,3,4 President 4 Librarian 3, 4 JOHN CHARLES DOBNICKER Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you may die. Latin Club 1,2 Student Council 1, 2 DON GWEN JANET LOUISE DUFFY The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach. F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Parliamentarian 3 G. A. A. 2 Girls' Ensemble 1 Librarian 2, 3, 4 BEST PERSONALITIES GARY GENE ECKENRODE Knowledge is power. F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3, 4 Class Play 4 Land Judging Team 4 Parliamentary Procedure Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Dairy Judging Team 3,4 OSCAR GONZALES Life is a series of surprises. KENNY MOST DEPENDABLE MICHAEL EUGENE FAILOR Do as I say, not as I do. JANICE ANNE IRWIN Our deeds determine us as much as we determine our deeds. VOICE Staff 2, 3, 4 Ass't Circulation Mgr. 2 Business Manager 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Attendant 3 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Leadership Training Conf. 3 President 4 U. N. Trip 4 Student Council 2, 4 Vice-President 4 Mixed Ensemble 1 Class Play 3 JANICE Interclass 2, 4 Class Officer 1 Vice-President 1 Latin Club 1, 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 4 Model Legislature 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Quartet 3 Dist. Music Contest 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Track 1, 3, 4 Basketball Manager 2 Safety Patrol MILDRED KATHERINE HARMON If a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her. F. H. A. 1,2, 3,4 Parliamentarian 4 G. A. A. 2, 3 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Class Play 4 DAVID BRADLEY KLINGLER Though I am always in haste, I am never in a hurry. F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Student Council 3 Chorus 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Track 1, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Land Judging Team 3,4 Parliamentary Procedure Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Livestock Judging Team 3 CHERYL ANNE McALPIN Help thyself and God will help thee. SHARON RAYE LONG Quiet beauty will shine through life. F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 4 Class Play 3 MOST MARIE MIKE HAPPY-GO-LUCKY JOHN THOMAS KNELL The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed. Boys' State Inter class 3 World Affairs Conference 4 French Club 1, 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1,2, 3 Mixed Ensemble Basketball 1, 2 Track 2,3,4 Football Mgr. 1,2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 KAREN ANNE MARTIN Size isn't value THE VOICE 1, 2, 3 Reporter 1,2, 3 Artist 2 Feature Writer 1, 2, 3 Librarian 4 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Latin 1, 2 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Qlee Club 2, 3 Mixed Ensemble 1, 2, 4 Class Play 3 Student Director 4 National Honor Society Girls' State WE Staff 2, 3, 4 Ass't Music Editor 2 Faculty Copy 3 Copy Editor 4 French Club 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 3 Mixed Ensemble 1 Girls' Ensemble 3 Dist. Music Contest 3 Class Play 3, 4 Librarian 4 93DONNA JEAN McCOOL The hair is the richest ornament of women. French Club 1, 2 F. H. A. 4 G. A. A. 2, 3 Y-Teens 3, 4 V yy CHRISTINE KAY MOSER A woman should be seen and not heard. GENEVA ANN MOTTER There is a woman at the head of all great things. National Honor Society Girls' State Interclass 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 2 Secretary 2 WE Staff 2, 3, 4 Social Editor 2 Copy Editor 3 Editor 4 Latin Club 1, 2 Sec. -Treas. 2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Band 1,2, 3, 4 Brass Ensemble 2, 3, 4 Woodwind Ensemble 2 Dist. Music Contest 2, 3 State Music Contest 2, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Office Girl 2, 3, 4 Jr F. H. A. 1 BEST ROB SHARON DRESSED JOHN R. NELSON The country is the greatest of all places. F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Student Adviser 4 Chorus 1 Boys' Ensemble 1 Track 3, 4 Class Play 4 Dairy Judging Team 3, 4 Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, 3, 4 Livestock Judging Team 2 KANDACE ANN MILLER A good face is the best letter of recommendation. National Honor Society Girls' State WE Staff 2, 3, 4 Ass't Sports Editor 2 Social Editor 3 Layout Editor 4 VOICE Staff 1 Ass't Circulation Mgr. 1 French Club 4 President 4 Latin Club 1, 2 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 3 Glee Club 3 Girls' Ensemble 1, 3 Brass Ensemble 3 District Music Contest 3 Drum Majorette 4 Class Play 3, 4 THOMAS HAMILTON PARKHILL Responsibility walks hand in hand with capability and power. National Honor Society Interclass 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 3 President 3 VOICE Staff 1, 2 Typist 1, 2 Latin Club 1, 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 President 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 2 Boys' Quartet 3 Football 1., 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 T rack 4 Class Play 3, 4 Safety Patrol 1 MARIE ELAINE PLUMMER Live every day to the fullest and your life will be a bright one. WE Staff 3, 4 Organization Layout 3 Co-Senior Editor 4 French Club 2, 3 President 3 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Vice-President 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Intramural Manager 4 Class Play 3 Librarian 4 JOHN MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED GENEVA ROB ALYN PRICE who thinks for himself is a free man. Hi-Y 2 He and rarely imitates, National Honor Society Interclass 4 Voice staff 2, 3. 4 Ass't Sports Editor 2 Feature Editor 3, 4 French Club 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 Basketball 1 Baseball 2, 3 Track 4 Football Manager 3 Class Play 4 i i MARIANNE PIFER Shall I go on ? Or have I said enough. VOICE Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 1 Art Editor 2, 3 Editor 4 Latin Club 1, 2 Y-Teens 2 Chorus 1, 2 Librarian 3 TERRY DEAN RAINEY He that has patience may compass anything. Chorus 1 Track 1, 3 Class Play 3 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4 95F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sentinel 3 Treasurer 4 ANN MARIE SCHAFER The unspoken word never does harm. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Chaplain 4 Chorus 1 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 Safety Patrol 1 Land Judging Team 3, 4 Parliamentary Procedure Team lf 2, 3, 4 French Club 1, 2 Y-Teens 2,3,4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Class Play 3, 4 LLOYD ALAN SCHICK It is work which adds flavor to life. National. Honor Society Hi-Y 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Clarinet Ensemble 2, 4 Woodwind Ensemble 4 Dist. Music Contest 2, 4 T rack 3 Class Play 3, 4 LLOYD MOST STUDIOUS JUDY u WE Staff 3, 4 Class Editor 3 Co-Senior Editor 4 French Club 2, 3 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Intramural Manager 4 Chorus 2 Girls' Ensemble 2 Mixed Ensemble 2 Class Play 3 Librarian 4 CLARENCE SHULAW No fidget and no reformer, just a calm observer of ought and must. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 96CHRISTINE CHESTER QUIETEST tK EILEEN LOUISE WAGNER Every day is an adventure to look forward to. Homecoming Queen 4 VOICE Staff 4 Typist 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President 3 President 4 JANET LOUISE VANDEMARK A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 3, 4 County Treasurer 4 GARY L. WAGNER There is no substitute for hard work. National Honor Society Boys' State Class Officer 2 Vice-President 2 Hi-Y 3, 4 Chorus 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Mixed Ensemble 3 Boys' Ensemble 4 Basketball 1, 2 Class Play 3, 4 WILLIAM THOMAS SONNETT I have hardly ever seen a mathematician who was more capable of reasoning. World Affairs Conference 4 Class Play 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 GLENN B. STAVENGER Peace is the fairest form of happiness. F. F. A. 1 JOYCE JO SIMON The best of healers is a good cheer HISTORY PROPHECY WILL POEM SALUTATORY CLASS BAND SENIOR CLASS NIGHT -1962 ADA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM May 25, 1962 - 8:00 P. M. Introduction by President.................Kenny Badertscher VALEDICTORY Salutatory................................................ Sue Jones Class History....................Cheryl McAlpin Nancy Anspach Band Selection Nancy Anspach, Carolyn Boutwell, Chester Cheney; Karen Martin, Kandy Miller, Geneva Motter, Ann Schafer, Gwen Keith, Lloyd Schick, Judy Shepherd, Clarence Shulaw Class Prophecy......................Marianne Pifer Rob Price Class Will.......................Geneva Motter Janice Irwin Class Poem.............................................Kandy Miller Class Song............................................Gwen Keith Valedictory Judy Shepherd Closing by President.........................Kenny Badertscher CLASS SONGCOMMENCEMENT High School Auditorium Sunday, May 27, 1962 8:00 P. M. Processional, Pomp and Circumstance - - Elgar Jacqueline Love, Organist Invocation Father Francis Schweitzer, Pastor Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Music, Selected Senior Ensemble Presentation of Speaker Robert G. Lucas Superintendent of Schools Class Address, Passport to Citizenship Dr. Lionel Crocker Department of Speech, Denison University Presentation of Class Earl H. Younkman High School Principal Presentation of Diplomas Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh President, Ada Board of Education Benediction Father Francis Schweitzer, Pastor •Recessional, March ... Henry Smart BOARD OF EDUCATION Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh - President Richard Fulks .... Vice President Robert J. Chandler Charles T. Hubbell Dr. Robert B. Elliott R. B. CRETORS, Clerk-Treasurer 99 AUTOGRAPHS 100CLASS OF 1962 PROPHECY Brown-tan Corporation presents Spotlight on the Population with those two seasoned commentators Bluntly and Thinkly. Bluntly: Good evening, Ladies and Gentlemen. Thinkly: Tonight we focus our spotlight on an average high school class from an average small town in the early sixties. Bluntly: The Class of '62 in '82. And now a word from our sponsor. For a deeper, richer tan buy Brown-tan, manufactured by BRUCE BROWN INC. The management guarantees that even the most pale pale-face will be as tan as he is in only one short application (provided it's repeated daily throughout the summer. ) T: NANCY ANSPACH has been appointed chairman of President Caroline Kennedy's Federal Aid to Education Ad- visory Committee. B: KEN BADERTSCHER was awarded the government trophy for underproduction. T: PAM BOSCH is executive secretary to millionaire William Evans. B: The F. B.I. is stuck trying to locate Lt.. CAROLYN BOUTWELL. Seems she's been taking her job too seriously and has been investigating the aging J. F. K. T: Does she or doesn't she girl for next season's T. V. commercials will be CHERIE BOZARTH, still a sparkl- ing blonde. After all these years, does she? B: We've heard that Liz Taylor is negotiating to hire that famous French chef RONALD BREWER. T: JANET BURKHOLDER has been named Cover Girl of the Year by Gawk Magazine. B: DENNIS CASPER, better known as the drip. . .er hip is performing nightly at JODY SIMON'S Twist Emporium. T: DENNIS SPUD CHANDLER has been buying land for years and is now the owner of the largest potato company in the world. B: CHESTER CHENEY and Bob Cummings are now vying for the Playboy of the Year Award. T: Supt. JOHN DOBNICKER and Principal ROBERT BISCHOFF have announced the employment of MARY COOK as driver training instructor at Ada High. B: After solving the Berlin Crisis, DON DEARTH became America's first six star general. T: GARY HOMER ECKENRODE, poet laureate of Ohio, recently had his epic poem, The Oddity , published in National Geographic. B: JANET DUFFYdissolved an eighteen year old partnership with Betty Crocker last year to form her own cake mix company. T: MIKE FAILOR, Strawberry King of the nation, is in Washington this week attending a banquet in his honor. B: Mrs. Ray Daniels, the former MILDRED HARMON, won the title of Mrs. Ohio last week and will compete for Mrs. America in Miami next week. B: JANICE IRWIN, that nifty nurse with the wicked needle, is Dr. Ben Casey's nurse. Lucky Janice, Huh, girls?? T: Retiring president BRAD KLINGLER announced his coming marriage at the annual convention of O. B. A. (Organ- ized Bachelors of America). T: We have heard rumors that JOHN KNELL, voted most likely to succeed in high school, is deep in the African Jungle operating an illegal two-bit ivory business. B: President Caroline Kennedy has just announced the appointment of cosmetologist SHARON LONG to the new cabinet post of Secretary of Charm and Beauty. T: GWEN KEITH and SUE JONES, wealthy partners of the famous Dairy Princess Ice Cream Line, have just added ten more stores to their chain. That makes 1,210. . . B: KAREN MARTIN now holds the post of chief librarian at the Library of Congress. T: CHERYL McALPIN, who swam the English Channel back in the sixties, plans to swim up the Colorado River this summer. B: Big Red , DONNA McCOOL, is now operating the successful Red Top Cab Company. B: I sawKANDY MILLER last week at the Cleveland Opera. She was simply beautiful- - dressed all in pink. . Pink is her trademark, you know, quite wealthy, too. Her business is Pink Kandy Mints. Kandy spelled with a K. T: GENEVA MOTTER has opened a speech clinic in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, where she is crusading to remove the er from Africa (er). B: CHRISTINE MOSER is now performing nightly as an exotic dancer at the fabulous Copa Cabanna. T: NEWS FLASH. . . BILL SONNETT, THAT HANDSOME BACHELOR OUTDOORSMAN, HAS MADE A RECORD FISHING CATCH. . . A MINNOW, length 2 ft. weight 41 lbs. T: JOHN ROAD RUNNER NELSON has finally qualified for the Olympics-seems that every other year he was too short. B: Major Lt. OSCAR GONZALEZ , Mercury Astronaut, recently returned from the Planet Mars after extensive exploration. T: Our man from Alaska reports that THOMAS PARKHILL has just been awarded the Duncan Yo-yo Championship for 1982. ‘ B: Didn't one of the class purchase the Glenn business in New Concord? T: Yes, it's now MARIE'S PLUMMERing and Heating Co. B: TERRY RAINEY has been elected president of the National Embalming School. Said Mr. Rainey, I dig my work. T: GARY REAMS, also known as Poochie , has become chief biscuit taster for the Ken-L-Ration Corporation B: SHARON ROBINSON: who returned to her home state of Kentucky soon after high school graduation, finally kicked her Northern accent. T: ANN SCHAFER is now tutoring the grandchildren of Princess Grace of Monaco. B: With the diet fad still going full steam ahead, JUDY SHEPHERD has become quite wealthy with her dress for the slimmer Miss.T: Dr. LLOYD SCHICK, that famous physicist, has discovered a new element, NOTHINGIUM. B: After twenty years of extensive study and research, CLARENCE SHULAW has finally found the answer, but he can't remember the question. T: GLENN STAVENGER is beginning his third year as chief ranger at Jelly Stone Park. B: JANET VANDEMARK, following in her father's footsteps, is now mayor of the fair city of Ada. B: Mrs. Keith Klingler, the former EILEEN WAGNER, has been named Mother of the Year. She was unable to attend the ceremonies, however, as her quadruplets were in bed with the mumps. T: GARY WAGNER, who replaced Larry Hooper on the Lawrence Welk show last season, is planning his own program Wail Along with Wagner . B: Quite a class, I'd say. T: Perhaps that's because it was our class. T: Goodnight, viewers, your correspondents MARIANNE PIFER and myself, ROB PRICE, hope you tune in next week when we focus our spotlight on............................that living phenomenon. Chip Collett - - THE HUMAN BEAVER.-x . 2 4 .— -4 4----- —v. -n. ♦— «V -— -V '---- V A — —. ------ , . 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Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1


Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1


Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1


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