Published by The Yearbook Staff of Ada High School Ada, OhioTHE
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4MR. ROBERT G. LUCAS
Meet the superintendent of Ada High School, Mr. Robert G. Lucas. It is his responsibility to purchase school materials and supplies. Mr. Lucas interviews and recommends prospective teachers. He also acts as the technical advisor to the Board of Education. Mr. Lucas has performed these duties for four years at Ada.
BOARD OF EDUCATION --SEATED: Mr. Robert Chandler, president; Mrs. Nancy DaPore; and Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh, vice-president. STANDING: Mr. Everett Lenhart; Mr. Robert Lucas; and Dr. Robert Elliott. R. B. Creators, the clerk, is absent.
6MR. EARL H. YOUNKMAN
This is Mr. Earl H. Younkman.
He is the principal of Ada High School and serves as athletic director and supervisor of the school's activities and maintenance. It is his responsibility to establish some policies of discipline and grading. In addition, Mr. Younkman serves as supervisor of teachers.
P.T.A. OFFICERS - - Dr. Robert Love, president; Miss Norma Klingler, treasurer; Mrs. Janet Hubbell, secretary; and Mrs. Ruth Mary Kain, vice-president.
7MRS. SHERRY PEES Cheerleader advisor English 7 8 U.S. history
MR. ARTHUR NORBERG Hi-Y advisor Chemistry Biology
MR. GARY LORA Boys' chorus Mixed chorus Girls' chorus Junior high .chorus
MR. RICHARD SUNDERMAN Guidance Counselor Algebra 1 Physics Math
MR. NORMAN SPITZER Algebra 1 11 plane geometry Math 8
MRS. ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN Student Council advisor Dean of Girls French Club advisor F rench 1 1 1 English 7 9
MR. WILLIAM EVANS Social problems American history Commercial law Economics
8MR. KENNETH JUSTUS American history Geography 7 Science 8
MRS. LIANNE SPIDEL VOICE advisor English 11 12
MR. JOE SALTZMAN F.F.A. advisor Vocational agriculture
MR. LOWELL REESE Solid geometry T rigonometry General math Bookkeeping Math 7 8
MR. THOMAS COE Junior high athletic coach World history English 10
MR. RONALD MOTTER Play director English 8 Reading 7 Speech
MRS. MARGUARET BOZARTH Y -Teens advisor General business Bookkeeping Shorthand Typing
9MRS. OLGA BURKEY Latin Club advisor Latin 1 11
MR. MYRON CLINE Basketball and track coach Assistant football coach Physical education Drivers' education Ohio history Health
Office assistants Charlotte Willeke, Nancy Klingler, Joan Moser, Karen Krofft, Janice Neiswander, Susie Failor, Dianne Klingler, and Ellen Sobers (absent) lend Maxine a helping hand.
MRS. BETTY REMSBURG G.A.A. advisor Physical education
MR. SPENCER GILCHRIST Football and baseball coach JV basketball coach Physical education General science
10MR. NORMAN REX Stage crew advisor General drawing Industrial arts
MRS. BETTY SPITZER F.H.A. advisor Home economics
Secretary Maxine McBride takes a few minutes out of a busy day to pose for a picture.
MRS. VIRGINIA MILNAR WE advisor Librarian English 11
MR. WILLIAM ANSLEY Instrumental music Band director
Alice Van Atta
The Ada High School Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. William Ansley, performs at every "home" football game and at three "away" football games every year. In addition, the band marches in the May Day Parade.
The Ada High School Concert Band, also under the direction of Mr. Ansley, presents an annual Spring Concert of popular and classical music. The Concert Band practices diligently for District and, upon receiving a superior rating, for State Contest.
Directs the Band Percussion
Don Dunbar, Cathy Smith, Celeste Heifner, Connie Miller, Linda English, Randall Hattery, Diane Hackworth.
FRONT ROW: Kathy James, Sharon Rodabaugh,Jacqueline Love. 2nd ROW: Etoile Heifner, Betty Clapper, Joe Crist.
FRONT ROW: Linda Shadley,
Judy Crow. 2nd ROW: Tim Rodabaugh, Suzy Failor, Jean Towey, Jim Estep.
FRONT ROW: Jacqueline Ludwig, Chris Lehman, Phyllis Hodges.
2nd ROW: Cheryl Kindle, Becky Hoffman, Karen Krofft, Nancy Price, Donna Koch.
3rd ROW: Debbie Wirt, Bonnie Archer, Judy Fleming, Nancy Sonnett, Becky Hall, Marilyn Tarr, Claudia Clum.
FRONT ROW: Gary Jackson, Miriam Hall. 2nd ROW :
Gary Spradlin, Tom Roda-baugh, Rita Rodgers, Carol Baughman, Leland Crouse. 3rd ROW: Paul Baughman, Jay Epley.
FRONT ROW: Jon Crist, Dave Wirt. 2nd ROW: Glenda Webb, Pat Klingler, Vicki Crouse.
FRONT ROW: Dan Pumphrey, Steve Dunbar, Dale Badert-scher. 2nd ROW: Joe Ferguson, Bob Lucas, Bob Fox, Rex Keith, Russell Kirk.
17This year for Spring Concert the Senior Band played a variety of pieces ranging from "Eroica" by Beethoven to "Constellation" by Myers.
Jim Estep, Linda Shadley, Suzanne Failor, and Jean Towey are shown playing
Janis Hays is pictured as she played a bassoon solo, "The Jolly Dutchman."
The Cadet Band presented such favorites as "Three Gates of Gold" by Erangkiser and the familiar "Bill Bailey" by Vincent.
18Band Members Who Entered Contests
FRONT ROW: Jean Towey, Susanne Failor, Jim Estep, Linda Shadley, Judy Crow, Jacquie Love. BACK ROW: Russell Kirk, Nancy Sonnett, Dan Pumphrey, Jay Epley, Rits Rodgers, Joseph Crist, Miriam Hall, Gary Spradlin, Jon Crist.
BRASS SEXTET Dan Pumphrey, Russ Kirk, Jon Crist, Miriam Hall, and Jay Epley were in a BRASS SEXTET which went to DISTRICT CONTEST and received a II or superior rating.
ALL-AREA BAND Nancy Sonnett, Russ Kirk, Miriam Hall, Jon Crist, Jim Estep, and Dan Pumphrey all qualified for the ALL-STAR or ALLAREA BAND.
SAX QUARTET Jim Estep, Linda Shadley, Suzanne Failor, and Jean Towey went to DISTRICT and STATE CONTEST as a SAX QUARTET. They received a superior rating at DISTRICT CONTEST and an excellent rating at STATE CONTEST.
Joe Crist bassoon I CLASS A
Jim Estep saxophone I CLASS A
Jim Estep piano I CLASS A
Miriam Hall trombone I CLASS A
Miriam Hall baritone I CLASS A
Nancy Sonnett clarinet II CLASS A
Dan Pumphrey trumpet II CLASS A
Jon Crist French horn II CLASS A
Jacquie Love oboe I CLASS A
Jacquie Love piano I CLASS A
Judy Crowe saxophone I CLASS B
Joe Crist Jim Estep Jim Estep Jacquie Love
CLASS A CLASS A CLASS A CLASS A
19Mr. Lora Directs
The Ada High School Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Gary Lora, presents as one of its activities an annual Christmas program in which traditional favorites are sung. Every year in May, all the choral groups combine to present a Spring Concert. The-7th and 8th Grade Choruses and the Girls' Chorus are also big points of Mr. Lora's attention.
FRONT ROW: Karen Plummer, Kathy Reese, Jacquie Love, Rita Rodgers, Phoebe Darlington, Anna Binkley, Mary Siferd. 2nd ROW: Juanita Benton, Cheryl Kindle, Cheryle Rubeck, Anita Nelson, Ruth Ann Fletcher, Jean Towey, Miriam Hall, Jeannie Ellison,
Ruth Wireman, Susan Stambaugh. 3rd ROW: A1 Wright, Ellen Sobers, Becky Hoffman, Linda Shellenbarger, Sue Long, Judy Fleming, Jeanne Green, Linda Curtis, Diane Klingler, Betty Wireman, Joan Conley, Danny Keller. 4th ROW: Jim Estep, Gary Tidd, Jon Crist, Clyde Curtis, Joe Crist, Larry Weller, Larry Rodgers, Dick Klingler, Mahlon Darlington, Bob Brandyberry, Paul Rausch.
201964 Vocal Spring Concert
Beautiful Notes from Musical Throats
Jacuqeline Love and Jim Estep accompanied the choral groups during practices and programs
21Melody Rings Out
The 8th Grade Chorus relaxes as it sings country music.
Fresh Feminine Voices Fill the Air
Student teacher Miss Mary Sue Robinson directs the Girls' Chorus in a number.
22Pirates John Rodgers, Larry Rodgers, Jerry Simmons, and Dick Klingler explain to Jim Estep, a Major-General, how they came upon his four beautiful daughters, Diane Hanson, Cheryl Kindle, Vicki Crouse, and Judy Fleming.
Pirates of Penzance
THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE is the story of four beautiful daughters who wander from their father's ship while picking flowers. They come upon a pirate who falls in love with one of their daughters. The daughters are frightened by the appearance of three more pirates but are relieved to find that they are friendly. When their father finally finds them, he describes in detail why he is "the very model of a modern Major-General." The story ends happily as the four pirates fall in love with the four daughters and they all live happily ever after.
These chorus members received the following ratings at DISTRICT CONTEST:
Susie Stambaugh Class C II
Cheryl Kindle Class A II
Anita Nelson Class A II
Dick Klingler Class C I
Tom Boutwell was unable to attend because of a cold.
Editor Sharon Sobers and Advisor Mrs.
Spidel look over the latest edition of the
The VOICE is the school newspaper. Published every two weeks, the VOICE has received first class and All-American ratings from the National Scholastic Press Association. All work for the VOICE is done by the students at the high school.
VOICE activities for this year included making and selling football programs at home football games, managing a refreshment stand at one foot-
Business Manager Tom Boutwell dis-ball game, and sponsoring a record hop in January. cusses the budget with News Editor
Feature Editor Cathy Smith, Art Editor Donna Koch, Cartoonist Dan Pumphrey, Sports Editor Steve Stam-baugh, Proofreader Chris Lehman, and Production Manager Becky Banks examine the duplicating machine before they run off the last page of the VOICE.
24Ada High's Prize Winning Newspaper
SEATED: Miriam Hall, Nancy Stambaugh, Judy Prater. STANDING: Susan Stambaugh, Steve Sobers, Bill Krofft, Rita Rodgers, Martha Long, Glenda Webb, Jon Umphress.
Many people enjoyed the record hop sponsored by the VOICE
ADVISOR Mrs. Virginia Miinar discusses layouts with EDITOR Joan Moser.
SEATED: Susie Failor, Organization Editor; Becky Hetrick, Senior Editor; Twal Heifner, Activities Editor. STANDING: Karen Peper, Class Editor; Phyllis Hodges, Music Editor; Bonnie Archer, Faculty Editor.
The 1964 yearbook was under the supervision of Advisor Virginia Miinar and Editor Joan Moser. We, the annual staff, have spent many tedious hours trying to portray for you the activities of Ada High School during the 1963-1964 school year.
By means of this yearbook, we hope you will relive many exciting athletic events, many hours of stimulating work, and many happy memories.
PHOTOGRAPHER Bruce Noe shows Steve Hock and BUSINESS MANAGER Leslie Allen the parts of his camera. Bill Krofft, the roving cameraman, was absent when this picture was taken.
Phyllis Hodges checks Larry Musser's coat at the Yearbook's coat-check concession.
SEATED: Nancy Price , assistant Business Manager; Vicki Crouse, Senior assistant; Becky Hoffman, Activities assistant; Diane Wyss, Sports assistant. STANDING: Sue Long, Activities assistant; Jane Stobbe, Music assistant; Barb Bowden, Class assistant; Karen Krofft, Organizations assistant.
French II officers are: Vice President Mark Klingenberger, President Barb Kain, Secretary Jane Stobbe, Treasurer Dennis Tressel. French I officers are: Treasurer Bobbi Stambaugh, President John Rodgers, Secretary Judy Crowe, Vice President David Wirt.
The members of the Ada High French Club further their knowledge and understanding of French life and French people at their monthly meetings. At these meetings, held during the class session, members give reports and hold discussions on such items as French history, literature, music and art.
During the year, the members sell fudge at the basketball and football games. The funds from these sales are used for the purchase of French paintings and literature for the classroom, and also for the annual French banquet.
French Club initiation was difficult and messy.
FRONT ROW: Sally Downing, Polly Spar, Dorothy Jennings, Linda Sousley, Russ Kirk, Norm Fleming. BEHIND Polly: Marilyn Tarr, Jane Jones, Nancy Runser. BEHIND Dorothy: Pat Phillians, Peggy Duffy, Raymond Lawrence. BEHIND Linda: Linda Lenhart, Micky Elzay, Keith Wire, Ron Krofft. BEHIND Russ: Joe Bischoff, John Bucher, Dan Keller.
Latin Club initiated make-believe slaves.
Latin Club officers are: First Consul Nancy Sonnett, Scriboquestor Barb Bowden, and Second Consul Mary Si-ferd.
The members of the Latin Club at Ada High spend much of their time translating Caesar.
They also talk about the Roman gods and goddesses and discuss the lives and customs of the Roman people. Near the end of the year the Latin students and their advisor enjoy the Latin banquet.
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Berky, Gary Jackson, Carol Tackett, Kathy Reese, Ann Butterfield, Kay Rodabaugh, Nancy Stambaugh, Barb Prater, Mary Siferd. SECOND ROW: Chris Lehman, Dan Archer, Rhonda Miller, Pat Klingler, Connie Miller, Rebecca Hall, Nancy Kling-ler, Rita Rodgers, Coleen Hathaway. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Hodges, Karen Krofft, Steve Hoch, Linda Shellenbarger, Robin Rodabaugh, Becky Banks, Jeff Sousley, Becky Hoffman, Anita Nelson, Roger Ballinger, Jacque Ludwig, Diane Wyss. FOURTH ROW: Ellen Sobers, Barb Bowden, Nancy Sonnett, Jon McCool, Betty Clapper, Bob Plummer, Jim Estep, Jon Crist, Celeste Heifner, Diane Hanson, Terry Davis, Bob Lucas.ROW 1: Treasurer Peg Nelson, Vice-President Anita Long, President JoAnn Vandemark, Secretary Lynda Austin. ROW 2: Song Leader Joyce Prater, Historian LaDonna Dearth, Parliamentarian Ruth Fletcher, Advisor Mrs.
The Future Homemakers of America is an organization which offers high school girls an opportunity for future development of the student's wishes for planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking. The future homemakers learn the basic skills of cooking, sewing, and child care.
Programs include lectures, demonstrations, and projects which help the girls to become better family members, world citizens, and leaders.
This year the Ada chapter played hostess for the annual Hardin County F.H.A. rally.
The F.F.A.-F.H.A. Banquet was enjoyed by the members and their parents.
ROW 1: Barb Skinner, Paula Yinger, Diane Yoakam, Jeannine Weller, Sherry Wright, Martha Begley, Ray Shea Brite, Wilma Shulaw. ROW 2: Carol Traucht, Jane Hawley, Peg DeLong, Phoebe Darlington, Delores Bosse, Karen Plummer, Cheryl Sanders, Anna Binkley, Betty DeLong, Nancy Manley, Juanita Benton, Kathy Fee, Susan Stambaugh. ROW 3: Martha Long, Pat Long, Sue Rush, Linda Fleming, Rose Ann Wolke, Linda Quay, Charlotte Risner, Linda Cheney, Jean Green, Mary Jane Moloney, Maxine Garver, Mary Downing, Linda Moser, Jane Helser, Drena Hathaway.ROW 1: Secretary Mark Staley, President Delbert Henry, Vice-President Paul Rausch, Treasurer Gary Willeke. ROW 2: Advisor Mr. Saltzman, Student Advisor Tom Williams, Sentinel Russ Dearth, Reporter Bill Shulaw.
Parliamentary Procedure Team
The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of boys who are studying agriculture. The purpose of this group is to provide a fellowship for farm boys where they discuss the problems relative to farm living, and it gives the boys a background in various basic skills needed in community and farm work.
This year the Ada chapter received first place in the Parliamentary Procedure Contest.
FRONT ROW: Bill Shulaw, Mark Staley, Russ Dearth, Tom Williams. SECOND ROW: Rex Keith, Paul Rausch, Advisor Mr. Saltzman, Delbert Henry, Gary Willeke. THIRD ROW: Paul Basinger, John Hall, Dale Miller, Gary Ludwig.
FIRST ROW: Jere Anspach, Gary Devier, Carl Hackworth, John Everhart, Bruce Hays, Neil Williams, Dave Keller. SECOND ROW: Steve Mankey, Tom Brown, Gary Nelson, A1 Keller, Dale Miller, Paul Basinger, Sam Hall, Rex Keith. THIRD ROW: Paul Baughman, Gary Ludwig, John Hall, Lowell Green, David Ring, Dan Keller, Jim Ludwig, Jim Wright.The Girls' Athletic Association is one of the most rewarding sports activities of Ada High for all girls who just enjoy participating and for the outstanding athletes. The activities act as a means for creating accomplishment, scholarship, and sportsmanship.
Tournaments were held this year in golf, softball, basketball, kickball, volleyball, and deck tennis.
Two annual events of the G.A.A. are the Valentine Dance and Mother-Daughter Banquet at which time the highly prized awards are presented.
Jumps for Joy
ROW 1: Secretary Judi Brown, President Tana Tipple, Vice President Drena Hathaway, Treasurer Dorothy Dobnicker. ROW 2: Long, Shadley, Hodges, T. Heifner, Prater, Hoch, Advisor Mrs. Remsburg. ROW 3: Kain, Neiswander, Fleming, Sonnett, Peper, C. Heifner, Montgomery, Brewer, Failor, B. Stambaugh. ROW 4: Siferd, Diomede, Austin, Rodgers, Willeke, Rodabaugh, Reese, Roof, Wright. ROW 5: Crowe, Miller, Allen, Hackworth, Archer, Wyss, Krofft, Love, Ellison, Phillians. ROW 6: Kindle, Stobbe, Webb, Hall, Crouse, Moser, S. Stambaugh, Van Atta, Park, Skinner, Price. ROW 7: Nelson, Guider, Hoffman, Vandemark, Sousley, Koop, Clum, Bowden, P. Long. ROW 8: Jane Brown, Huston, Green, Klingler, S. Long, Wolke, Hetrick, Koch, Cook.Even the boys get flowers on Leap Year. Gary Spradlin smiles as Diane Hackworth pins on his boutonniere.
G.A.A. Girls Take Initiative in Leap Year
Queen of Hearts Glenda Webb and her attendants, junior Charlotte Willeke, senior Cynthia Hoch, and sophomore Connie Miller, were elected by the G.A.A. members.
33The 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. The platform of the Hi-Y Club is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, and clean living. Membership is open to all sophomore, junior, and senior boys.
At semi-monthly meetings the members participate in special interest trips, service projects, educational programs, athletics, and rallies. Each year the Hi-Y Club takes part in the Universal World Service project.
Hi-Y members load up in cars for a trip to the Y.M.C.A.
FRONT ROW: Jack Williams, Larry Musser, Lewis Benton, Steve Hoch, Steve Reese, Dave Simon. 2nd ROW: Mark Klingenberger, Don Dunbar, Bill Krofft, Tom Williams, Bob Fox, Dennis Tressel. 3rd ROW: Gary Spradlin, Frank Elzay, Rick Tipple, Forrest Montgomery, Jim Ludwig, Steve Simon.V. Pres. Failor
The Y -Teens is a division of the Young Women's Christian Association. The Y-Teens were very active this year with their church group attendance, the U.N.I.C.E.F. Drive, and the collection of food from charitable citizens to give to less fortunate people during the Christmas season. Also the organization sends representatives on the UN trip, co-sponsors a winter dance, and sends officers to a Leadership Conference.
Joan Moser and Karen Peper reminisce over events of the UN trip.
FRONT ROW: Krofft, Wyss, Phillians, Willeke, Allen, Rubeck, Reese, Darlington, Roof, Joyce Prater. 2nd ROW: Lenhart, Van Atta, Webb, Stobbe, Skinner, Hoch, Binkley, Park, Rodgers. 3rd ROW: Kindle, Huston, Tipole, Judy Prater, Wright, Crouse, Conley, James, Price. 4th ROW: Advisor Mrs. Bozarth, Dilts, Griffith, Hoffman, Vandemark, Jane Brown, Judi Brown, Downing, Clum, Dobnicker. 5th ROW: Sousley, Brewer, Moser,
Quay, Peper, Heifner, Klingler, Hetrick, Garver, Montgomery.Y-Teen
Hi-Y and Y-Teens committee chairmen meet with advisors Mr. Norberg and Mrs. Bozarth to plan their winter dance.
36There's a time for dancing . . .
Pageant of the “Pumpkin Ball”
Queen Roberta Griffith and her Court reigned at the 1963 Homecoming Dance. Attendants were sophomore Becky Hoffman, junior Judi Brown, senior Deryl Van Atta, and freshman Barb Prater.Student Council
FRONT ROW: Susie Failor, secretary; Diane Hanson, vice president; Kathy James, treasurer. BEHIND Susie: Sandy Park, Jerry Dearth, Coleen Hathaway. BEHIND Diane: Phyllis Hodges, Rose Ann Wolke, Barb Prater, Jerry Rush. BEHIND Kathy: Bill Butterfield, Lynda Austin, Jan Hoffman, Karen Klingler.
The Student Council, sparked by the enthusiasm of Advisor Mrs. Wiedemann, has contributed much to the school. The main purpose of the Council is to discuss school problems and then to find agreeable solutions.
The fifteen members of the Student Council are in charge of the activity ticket sales, assemblies, Homecoming activities, Interclass, and the Junior High and Senior High parties.
Mrs. Wiedemann and President Tom Boutwell discuss future Student Council activities.
Fast dancing is enjoyed at the Junior High Party.
38N.H.S. members pose for a quick shot at their induction tea. NEW MEMBERS--1st ROW: Bill Shulaw, Susie Failor, Dianne Klingler, Tana Tipple, Dorothy Dobnicker. 2nd ROW: Cindy Hoch, Kathy James, Cheryl Kindle, Bonnie Archer, Jacquie Love, Miriam Hall. SECOND YEAR MEMBERS--3rd ROW: Linda Fulks, Joan Moser, Steve Stambaugh, Bruce Noe, Diane Hanson, Sharon Sobers, advisor Mr. Sunderman.
National Honor Society
Nancy Tressel and Debbie Wirt performed "Hattie the Hotfoot" with Beth Roof at the N.H.S.'s talent assembly.
Mr. Manuel, from the Oak-ridge Nuclear Institute, made Bobi Griffith's hair stand on end with his remarkable Van de Graaff machine.
39presented by THE SENIOR CLASS 27 November 1963
Director Ronald Motter spent many long hours getting the drama
“Thunder on Sycamore Street
ready for production.
Residents of Sycamore Street were determined to rid the neighborhood of an ex-convict.
The cast as they appeared for curtain call were: Glenda Webb, Phyllis Hodges, Rick Klingenberger, Karen Peper, Jo Ann Vandemark, Kathy James, Tana Tipple, Dan Pumphrey, Brad Hindall, Paul Rausch, Jack Williams, Becky Hetrick, Joan Moser, Leslie Allen, Cynthia Hoch, John Spitzer, Barbara Skinner, and Gary Spradlin.
40Play cast members Jean Towey, A1 Wright, Bob Fox, Don Dunbar, Steve Reese, Nancy Price, Cathy Smith, Jackie Phillians, Cheryl Kindle, Charlotte Willeke, Judi Brown, Janice Neiswander, Roscoe Dearth, Diane Hackworth, Jerry Rush, Terry Johnson, and Bill Krofft appear for curtain call.
“Meet Me in St. Louis”
The fun began when the Boss (Bob Fox) visited the Smith family (Don Dunbar, Charlotte Willeke, and Cathy Smith).
presented by THE JUNIOR CLASS 10 May 1964
Janice Neiswander and Jerry Rush portrayed Rose Smith and John Shephard, a teenage couple faced with the problem of love.SOPHOMORE CONTESTANTS
Jim Estep Mary Siferd Barb Kain Ellen Sobers
Nancy Price Mark Staley Jean Towey Don Dunbar
Steve Stembaugh Rick Klingenberger Diane Hanson Dan Pumphrey
Founded by Dr. C. H. Freeman
Ada High School Auditorium
May i, 1964
7:30 P. M.
Introduction - - Mr. Earl H. Younkman
High School Principal
Rick Klingenberger - Senior
Jean Towey - - - - Junior
."Freedom to Have and to Hold”
Ellen Sobers - Sophomore
"Of Cats and Men"
4= Mark Staley .... Junior
Steve Stambaugh - Senior
"Blame It on the Mice"
Barbara Kain .... Sophomore
Jim Estep ..... Sophomore
"In His Image"
Don Dunbar .... Junior
"America Today and Tomorrow"
Dan Pumphrey .... Senior
"Russia's Weakness: Eastern Europe"
Diane Hanson .... Senior
Mary Siferd .... Sophomore
"The Nightingale and the Rose"
Nancy Price .... Junior
Presentation of Skits
Junior — Senior — Sophomore
Report of Decoration Judges Report of Skit Judges
Introduction of Judges Mr. Robert G. Lucas
Superintendent of Schools
Report of Contest Judges
Presentation of Interclass Cup - Tom Boucwell
President of Student Council
Class President Norm Fleming and sophomore contestants Jim Estep, Ellen Sobers, Mary Si-ferd, and Barb Kain pose with the cup which they received on behalf of their class.
Seniors Salvage a First
Frightened dancer "Sherry Pees" looks on as piano player "Gary Lora" draws on "Surfer Joe" in a scene from "The Making of a Nation." The skit, directed by chairman Twal Heifner, was a mock television program.
Sophomores Nab Decorations Too
Under the supervision of chairman David Wirt, the sophomores turned the study hall into two Indian villages and a "Boot Hill."presented by
The Junior ClassTender was the night when the guests arrived at an outdoor patio for the junior-senior prom. In the center of the patio was a fountain with a young maiden pouring water into a round ivory basin. Stars in a sky of blue shone on the hedge-bordered patio.
After the patio dance, couples traveled to the Ada Theater where they saw MARY MARY. Then sleepy prom-goers somehow found the energy to bowl and play bingo at Norada Lanes. Hungry by this time, the guests were served breakfast at the Liberty Conservation Club. Thus ended a lovely and memorable evening.
Romantic music was provided by The L.B. Quintet. Dick Klingler and Jacquie Love provided extra entertainment. Dick sang a selection of popular songs and Jacquie did a tap dance to "From this Moment On."
• r Keepers of the Books
Librarians Tom Boutwell, Linda Dilts, Sharon Brewer, Maxine Carver, Larry Musser, Judy Prater, Nancy Price, Phoebe Darlington, JoAnna Roof, and Joyce Prater form an assembly line to put the books on the high shelves.
Librarians JoAnn Vandemark, Leslie Allen, Ruth Fletcher, Bobi Griffith, Jean Towey, Donna Koch, Barbara Skinner, and Martha Long keep the paperwork straight.
A Iways on Call—
Stage Crew members Alvin Helser, Pres. Larry Musser, Larry Tidd, Duane Umphress, Advisor Mr. Rex, Jay Shadley, Bob Wolke, Frank El-zay, and Carl Wilkerson disassemble play props.
A Iways Willing
Custodians - -Bob LaRue Clarence Weihrauch Justin Shadley Lacy Brown
Our Turn for a Ride
Bus Drivers - -Charles Reese Bob LaRue Bernard Epley Nolan Burman Dean Moore Vernon Wolke
We Cook Up a Storm
Cooks --Eunice Scott Mabel Hathaway Violetta Fox Doris Weihrauch Evelyn Epley
47CO-CAPTAINS WORKOUT TOO
“Ada High— We Bow to Thee in Defeat or Victory”
The most disappointing fact of the '63 season was the 4-4 record. Although the Bulldogs lacked experience this year and there were several injuries, every player gave 100 percent. Bulldogs on the All-Scioto Squad were Bob Irwin, Dennis Burris, Jay Epley, Rick Tipple, Tom Williams, and Delbert Henry. Ken Amburgey and Steve Simon received honorable mention. Ass't coaches were Tom Coe, Bill Goodwin, and Dave Hansbarger.
Coach Gilchrist seems unconcerned, but Coach Cline seems to FEEL the tackle that had just been made.
MUSCLES IN THE MAKING
TIME TO TANGO
48LETTERMAN BOB IRWIN
LETTERMAN DENNIS BURRIS
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LETTERMAN RICK TIPPLE
LETTERMAN DELBERT HENRYJUNIOR GRIDDERS NEVER SAY DIE!
LETTERMAN TOM WILLIAMS LETTERMAN KEN AMBURGEY LETTERMAN WAYNE SIMON
50FRONT: Dan Anspach, Steve Simon, Joe Bischoff, Mark Klingenberger, Ron Griffin. BACK: Wayne Westrick, Forrest Montgomery, Norm Fleming, Dennis Tressel, Dave Simon, and Larry Spradlin.
SOPHS PROVIDE SPIRIT ON THE GRIDIRON
FROSH SURPRISE OPPOSITION
FRONT: Ron Krofft, Bob Lucas, Bruce Hays, Dan Archer, Steve Harmon, John Baker. BACK: John McCool, Bob Newland, Steve Mankey, Richard Conley, Gary Vandemark, Jeff Sousley, and Terry Davis.
Queen Bobi Griffith was a picture of delight at the 1963 Homecoming Game. Co-captains Bob Irwin and Denny Burris escorted her across the field. Bill James II gave the game ball to the queen who presented it to Denny. Elaine Bosse carried the crown and gave it to Bob who then crowned Bobi.
HOMECOMING ROYALTY Members of the queen's court sophomore
Deryl Van Atta
52NEW CHEERING ROUTINES SPARK STUDENT SPIRIT
There's more than one way
to watch the game.
Cheerleading captainJunior High Sports
FRONT ROW: Bill Butterfield, Bob Emlinger, Bill Harris, Jerry Dearth, Mike Cole,
Steve Marshall, Ron Wyss. 2nd ROW: Eric Kipker, Dick Manley, Mike Edens, Ray Long, John Prichard, Bruce Dearth, Ron Staley, Bill Clum. 3rd ROW: Manager Mike Prichard, Coach Coe, Joe Roof, Gary Wilkerson, Mike Tarr, Dick Klingler, Mike Hubbell, Rick Lansing, Jack Williams, Assistant Coach Hartwell.
FRONT ROW: Manager Lee, Steve Marshall, Ron Wyss, Ron Klingler, Eric Kipker, Steve Keller, Niles Piefer, John Prichard, Dave Shilling, Manager Long. 2nd ROW: Bill Butterfield, Dick Cribley, Dick Manley, Steve Harris, Joe Plummer, Joe DaPore, Bill Harris, Charlie Sizemore. 3rd ROW: Dwain Hackworth, Dick Klingler, Bill Clum, Mike Tarr, Gary Wilkerson, Bob Hill, Dale Badertscher, Jack Williams, Coach Tom Coe.
54PLAYERS: Jerry Rush, Bob Plummer, Tom Wade, Bob Irwin, Chuck Goodwin, John Bucher, Ken Amburgey, Gary Ludwig, Norm Fleming, K. C. Collett, Dennis Burris, Dennis McClure. Coach Myron Cline, Manager Paul Baughman.
The Ada team won 16 games--a record surpassed only by last season's 18-4 mark. Coach Myron Cline got a lot of mileage out of his squad as the Bulldogs responded to his tutoring. By defeating Ridgemont the Bulldogs became Hardin County Champions for the second straight year. The Bulldogs bowed out of 1964 tournament contention by losing their game with Arlington in the sectional.CO-CAP TAIN
LETTERMAN DENNIS BURRIS LETTERMAN BOB IRWIN LETTERMAN TOM WADE
LETTERMAN DENNIS McCLURE
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ADA 54 ELIDA 32
46 KENTON 45
46 SPENCERVILLE 54 39 BATH 57 $$
56 WAPAKONETA 59 69 LAFAYETTE 45 85 LAFAYETTE 47 7 5 OTTAWA 53
60 BLUFFTON 47
80 CORY-RAWSON 40 51 PERRY 68
63 ARCADIA 49
51 GOMER 58
DA 65 DELPHOS JEFF. 57 --DA 76 HARROD 49
ADA 67 BEAVERDAM 47 DA 90 HARDIN NORTH. 39 DA 73 McCOMB 58
ADA 54 ALGER 30
ADA 63 HARDIN NORTH. 34 ADA 50 RIDGEMONT 48 ADA 51 ARLINGTON 59
LETTERMAN KAY C. COLLETT
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LETTERMAN JERRY RUSH LETTERMAN KEN AMBURGEY LETTERMAN CHUCK GOODWIN
BACK: Bob Plummer, Forrest Montgomery, Steve Simon, Jim Griffith, Jim Ludwig, Dennis Tressel, Dean Hughes, Carl Hackworth, Norm Fleming, Dave Simon, Gary Ludwig, Mark Klingen-berger, Dennis Rainey, and John Bucher. KNEELING: Coach Gilchrist and Assistant Coach Hansbarger.
“Ready . . . Let’s Here It!”
Jacque Ludwig Diane Wyss Nancy Klingler Diane Yoakam
BACK: Mike Wright, Gary Van-demark, Steve Harmon, Bruce Hays, John Richards, John Rodgers, Charlie Rayl, Jon McCool, Jere An-spach, Bob New-land, and Gary Devier. FRONT: Assistant Coach Hansbarger and Coach Gilchrist.
571964 Track Team Won District Meet
The Ada High School track team was undefeated for the third straight season in dual and triangular meets. They were third in the Northwest Conference League. Ada sponsored and won a night invitational meet. After qualifying ten individuals and two relays for the District Meet, the Ada thinclads out-scored 79 schools to win this meet. Burris, Richards, and two relay teams qualified for the State Meet. At Columbus Ada scored nine points, the best a Hardin county team has ever done. Burris placed second in both hurdle races and anchored the mile relay team which finished fifth. Other members of this team were Henry, Richards, and Bucher. The Ada squad placed seventh in the state.
Athlete of the
Tear—Dennis Burris Rscovds
Not only was Dennis outstanding in football and basketball, but also in track. He scored 17 1 2 of the 28 points at the District Meet and 8 1 4 of the 9 points at the State Meet.
MILE RELAY TEAM
L. HURDLES - -20.4 H. HURDLES- - 14.7 220- -23.2 DISCUS- -131 5" POLE VAULT - - 1 1' 6" 880 - -2:04.7 MILE - - 3:35
ROW 1: Roscoe Dearth, Dan Pumphrey, Rick Tipple, Delbert Henry, Dennis Burris, Jack Williams, and Jim Ludwig. ROW 2: Coach Cline, Dennis Tressel, Bruce Hays, Wayne Simon, John Richards, Bob Plummer, Russ Dearth, and Tom Wade. ROW 3: Bill Jennings, Tom Williams, Steve Simon, Dick Klingler, Bill Hawley, Bob Newland, Dan Archer, and Jon Rodgers. ROW 4: Dennis Clark, Jim Epley, Dick Conley, Gary Nelson, Ernie Curtis, Neil Williams, Jeff Sousley, and Steve Mankey.
ROW 1: Tom Wade, Bob Irwin, K. C. Collett, Dennis McClure, Jim Griffith, Gary Ludwig, and Jon McCool. ROW 2: Assistant Coach Hartwell, Terry Davis, Jere Anspach, Russ Kirk, Gary Devier, Robin Rodabaugh, John Brandyberry, Charlie Rayl, Gary Jackson and Assistant Coach Goodwin. ROW 3: Ken Amburgey, Tom Williams, Chuck Goodwin, Dan Anspach, Bob Lucas, Gary Vandemark, and Coach Gilchrist.
Ada's glovemen competed in the eastern division of the Northwest Conference this season. They met Perry, Beaverdam, Bluffton, and Harrod in league play.
Lettermen were: Seniors, Bob Irwin, Tom Wade,
K. C. Collett, and Dennis McClure; Juniors, Chuck Goodwin, Gary Ludwig, Ken Amburgey, and Tom Williams; and Sophomore Dan Anspach.
ADA 20 BEAVERDAM 5
ADA 0 BATH 7
ADA 13 HARDIN NORTHERN 6
ADA 6 PERRY 9
ADA 4 RIDGEMONT 5
ADA 10 CORY RAWSON 0
ADA 0 BLUFFTON 5
ADA 0 LAFAYETTE 5
ADA 0 HARROD 1
BUSINESS SUPPORTERSThe WE staff says "THANKS" to the patrons and to the advertisers whose ads appear on the following pages.
The help of our patrons and advertisers 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 DIRECTOR Y
PHYSICIANS Dr. John A. Kramer Dr. Floyd Elliot Dr. Robert Elliot Dr. Robert B. Love
DENTISTS Dr. Mark B. Shull Dr. William Shambarger
VETERINARIAN E. R. Rodabaugh
CHIROPRACTORS OPTOMETRIST F. W. Morehart Associates
Thomas B. Martin
HIGHWAY OIL CO.
BINKLEY'S POULTRY MARKET BOUTWELL'S MEAT MARKET BROWN'S BARBER SHOP DALE'S BARBER SHOP RO'JSH MOTOR SALES VANDEMARK REALTY PAUGH’S MARKET ADA HERALD SAM'S SHOP
Junction 69 and 30 Ada, Ohio
Dick Lemin washes the car window as Bobi Griffith and Bob Irwin inspect his work.
FERGUSON INSURANCE AGENCY
LONG'S MARATHON SERVICE CONNER'S MUSIC STORE GARDNER'S DRUG STORE AVON BEAUTY SHOP THE CHARLES CO.
THE ADA LAUNDRY UMPHRESS GARAGE HINDALL SONS
MESSICK'S 5$ TO $1.00 STORE HUBBELL'S GAMBLES
BADERTSCHER'S SOHIO SERVICEFootballs
Phone 634-4015Linda Dilts serves Linda Fulks her speciality — an extra thick malt.
Delivered Fresh Daily to Your Door or Pick Up at the Store
"Mother, I'd rather do it myself!"
Get acquainted with your banker—your future depends on him.
Your bank is a financial department store that handles every thing from checking accounts to transfers of funds to foreign countries.
Steve Reese Bill Krofft open up an account.
HARRY J.SOUSLEY INSURANCE SER VICE
Ada, Ohio 634-2886ALGER FEED AND GRAIN CO.
Alger, Ohio 756-2281
KLINGER’S PURE OIL SERVICE
Linda makes sure that Paul's car doesn't run out of gas.
COMMUNITY OIL GAS
ADA FARMERS EXCHANGE
105 S. Gilbert Ada, Ohio
COOKIE’S SNACK BAR
Clyde and Lorraine look on astonished as Bob says, "I'll have a hamburger with mustard, catsup, pickles, coleslaw, cheese, and relish
Mrs. Charles Reese
Jim, Gary, and Delbert say, "Tote that barge; lift that bale."
101 S. Main
Nancy Runser helps Jane Jones buy angora for Wayne's ring.
The Place Where Price and Quality Meet
Martha and Tom Long debate which lamp to buy.
MAIN DIME STORE
HUBER FURNITURE APPLIANCES
"Where Friends Meet"
N. Main Street Ada, Ohio
Across from ONU Campus—Serving Sandwiches, Frozen Desserts, and French Fries
Open All Hours
Randall Roberson tries to convince Jackie Phil Mans and Sharon Brewer that the food isn't fattening.
Phone 634-4831 Ada, Ohio
STEINMAN BROS. LUMBER CO.
Cabinets for the Future Homemakers
Carey Binkley, Larry Tidd, and Alan Richendollar wonder if they can get radio equipment at a lumber yard.McCURDT STEEL PRODUCTS CO.
Manufacturers of Farm Handling Equipment 126 E. Buckeye Ada 634-4065
HANSON FUNERAL HOME
Ambulance Service—Oxygen Equipped
Mr. Hanson displays his favorite mural in his new funeral parlor.
AlgerCarl Wilkerson, Mike Stavenger, and Louie Benton caught loafing on the job.
ADA SUPERMARKET AND LOCKER SERVICE
Headquarters for Food Locker Service and Meat Processing
The Place to Go for a Quick Snack or an Appetizing Meal
112 N. Main 634-4921
South on Route 69
A SNACK OR A SACK
America's Liveliest Most Care-Free Car
'Where to Buy Them?
J. W. MERTZ HARDWARE
COLE MOTOR SALES
111 N. Main
120 E. Buckeye
Lenhart.PARSHALL’S CLOTHING STORE
"Sherry, I think this dress is too small," advised Peggy.
Bobbie Brooks and Petites Macshore Classics Sportswear Infants to Size 14
CARET’S INSURANCE AGENCY
Insurance and Bonds 214 N. Main St. Ada, Ohio
Mr. Carey smiles because he knows his service brings safety to his customers.
RISNER’S PHILLIPS 66
951 S. Main St. Phone 634-4982
PAUL’S BARBER SHOP
501 N. Main St. Ada, Ohio
"Not too close Tom!" says Paul, "You'll cut Don's head off."Cindy asks, "Karen, are you sure you should do that?"
PE PER DRUGS
221 N. Main Ph. 634-5881
Fountain and School Supplies
KIPKER’S ADA HEATING PLUMBING
130 S. Main Ph. 634-2856
"Eric, if I've told you once, I've told you twice, you don't use that wrench on a nut," exclaims Ron.
TRTLBIA’S BE A UTT SALON
117 1 2 W. Lincoln Ph. 634-3906 Ada, Ohio
Susie waifs impatiently for Leslie to give her order to Diane.
HAL JEAN’S BARBECUE
"If your hair isn't becoming to you — you should be coming to me."
Ph. 634-4806 Ada, Ohio
Central AvenueEQUITY DAIRY 5
Milk Ice Cream
Ada, Ohio 634-2946
Rex evidently didn't come along for the food.
Mr. Allen (left) stands with his attendants in front of his new Shell Station.
ALLEN’S SHELL SERVICE
Across from Northland Plaza Lima, Ohio
Jackie watches as Paula gracefully throws the ball at our cameraman.
NORA DA LANES
Fully Automatic Air-Conditioned Snack Bar
Complete Bowlers Supplies
634-5182 Ado, Ohio
North on Route 69
Ada, Ohio 634-3036
Motor Tune-Up Brake Service
Batteries—Tires—Mufflers Lubrication Wheel Balancing
"Cathy, stop talking to everyone and get busy," says Mr. Hawk.DEAN GRIFFIN SONS
PRESTON FUNERAL HOME
Ron explains to Susie how the furniture business is operated.
24 Hour Ambulance Service
202 S. Main
VARSITY BOOK STORE
JERI'S BEAUTY SHOP
Haircutting—Tinting—Bleaching Hair Conditioning
Daily 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Evenings Saturday by Appointment Only
Bruce helps Sharon buy paper for school the next day.
Serving Ada for Years
510 S. Main Phone 634-4911
407 S. Main Phone 634-4901
204 N. Main
Ada, OhioREICHERT'S SHOES AND CLOTHING
111 113 S. Main
"A Satisfied Customer is Our First Consideration"
512 S. Main Ada, Ohio
COLE DOME INSURANCE
Robert Cole, Jr.
All Lines of Insurance 117 N. Main Ada, Ohio
EARL'S PLUMBING HEATING 222 N. Main Ada, Ohio
Future Farmers? Oh! It’s an Initiation.
AHLENIUS COMPANY Women's Apparel Mercy Holderman (Manager) 225 N. Main Ada, Ohio BAUGHMAN GREENHOUSES "When It's Flowers . . . Say It With Ours" 824 S. Simon Ada, Ohio
Compliments of ZIMMER BODY SHOP 602 N. Main Ada, Ohio FIELDS BAKERY Weddings—Birthdays—Parties Pastries of All Kinds 102 N. Main Ada, OhioTHE
7AClass of 1969
7th GRADE OFFICERS --FRONT ROW: Secretary-Treasurer Kandy Klingier, President Marsha Baker, Vice-President Janis Hays. 2nd ROW: Richard Cribley, Bill Harris, Mike Edens, Lorraine Jenkins, Maude Wireman. 3rd ROW: Audrey Hancock, Joe DaPore, Linda Tarr, Joe Plummer, Steve Harris. 4th ROW: John Prichard, Christine Cheney, Bob Hill, Ann Richards, Barbara Pitts.
FRONT ROW: Sharon Wagner, Russ Prater, Celeste Brite, Robert Emlinger, Sandy Krofft. 2nd ROW: Patty Mankey, Fred Ferguson, Jerry Dearth, Tom Martin, Don Lemin, Richard Manley, Sheila Wright. 3rd ROW: Ron Klingier, Niles Pifer, Diane Francher, Kathy Lucas, Cathy Marshall, Judy Jones, Allen Elzay. 4th ROW: Steve Keller, Larry Fleming, Dwain Hackworth, Dallas Hoffman, Jane Wilkerson, Marsha Casper, Steve Westrick.
76FRONT ROW: Jim Shilling, Ricky Rodabaugh, Gene Belch, Eric Shellengarger, Sharon Sousley, Gay Herman. 2nd ROW: Laima Abele, Lynn Jackson, Bill Link, Charleen Krofft, Kathleen Krofft, Jeanne Stobbe, Charlie Sizemore. 3rd ROW: Bev Keith, Debbie Brown, Jan Hoffman, Susan Lehman, Jo Ann Love, Lynette Darlington, Chris Miller. 4th ROW: Mike Wilkerson, Debbie Hall, Deanna Agin, Barb Koch, Alice Dearth, Pelma Snyder, Mike Hubbell.
Class of 1968
8th GRADE OFFICERS --FRONT ROW: Treasurer Henrietta Prater, Vice-President Eric Kipker, Secretary Joyce Stobbe, President Ron Wyss. 2nd ROW: Ron Staley, John Hall, Clare Richendollar, Anita Nelson, Diana Newland. 3rd ROW : Teresa Prichard, Jo Ann Garver, Brenda Mankey, Rosemary Wright, Alicia Andrade, Barbara Layne. 4th ROW: Suzette Leigh, Rick Lansing, Bob Stull, Bill Clum, Jack Williams, Don Tidd.FRONT ROW: Ethel Cheney, Wayne Wright, Linda Umphress, Steve Marshall, Nancy Bosch. 2nd ROW: Carol Bischoff, Susan Benton, Edith Staley, Sam Hall, i.Mary Hubbell, Judy Ellison. 3rd ROW: Bill Van Atta, Bill Cole, Dan Butler, Judy Wilkerson, Cathy Emlinger, Ruth Shields, Pam Long. 4th ROW: Susan Epley, John Umphress, Dick Kling-ler, David Martin, Leonard Wilson, Gary Wilkerson, Mike Tarr.
FRONT ROW: Bill Butterfield, Beth Roof, Karen Klingler, Jane Herman, Linda English, Dave Shilling. 2nd ROW: Carol Baughman, Debbie Wirt, Steve Sobers, Carla Mowery, Sharon Rodabaugh, Irvin Early. 3rd ROW: Bruce Dearth, Ray Long, Jack Lee, Steve Dunbar, Beth Bowden, Alice Neiswander. 4th ROW: Larry Reissig, Pat Jennings, Joe Roof, Willa Hewitt, Dale Badertscher, Myra Berger, Brian Peppier.
78The Studious Class of 1967
Jerry Anspach Dan Archer John Baker Becky Banks Martha Begley
Juanita Benton Clair Binkley Linda Bosse John Brandyberry Ray Shea Brite
Ann Butterfield Linda Cheney Betty Clapper Richard Conley Ernest Curtis
Terry Davis Betty DeLong Gary Devier Peggy Duffy Mickey Elzay
79John Everhart Becky Hall Steve Harmon Randall Hattery Coleen Hathaway
Jane Hawley Brace Hays Cathy Heckart Gary Jackson Dorothy Jennings
Jane Jones David Keller Nancy Klingler Pat Klingler Ronald Krofft
Raymond Lawrence Phyllis Legge Christine Lehman David Link Bob Lucas
Jacque Ludwig Jon McCool Steve Mankey Nancy Manley Jeff Miller
Rhonda Miller Gary Nelson Bob Newland Pat Phillians Barbara Prater
80Mike Prichard Charles Rayl John Richards Tom Ring Robin Rodabaugh
John Rodgers Nancy Runser Sue Rush Cheryl Sanders Wilma Shulaw
Jeff Sousley Paula Spar Nancy Stambaugh Carol Tackett Marilyn Tarr
Carol T raucht Jim Treen Duane Umphress Gary Vandemark Jim Weller
Jeanette Willeke Neil Williams Keith Wire
Bob Volke Michael Wright Karen Zimmerly
81The Athletic Class of ’66
Connie Miller President
Norm Fleming Vice President Karen Krofft Secretary
Roger Ballinger Anna Binkley
John Bucher Dennis Clark Mary Cook
Dolores Bosse Tom Brown
Linda Curtis Phoebe Darlington Sally Downing
82Linda Fleming Norm Fleming Maxine Garver
Carl Hackworth • Sam Hall Celeste Heifner
Becky Hoffman Lorraine Horn Dean Hughes
Russ Kirk Mark Klingenbergen Karen Krofft
Linda Lenhart Jack Martin Connie Miller
Dennis Rainey Kathy Reese A1 Richendollar
David Ring Charlotte Risner Don RobinsonJay Shadley Linda Shellenbarger Mary Siferd
Steve Simon Ellen Sobers
Nancy Sonnett Linda Sousley
Larry Spradlin Roberta Stambaugh Jane Stobbe
Barb Bowden Wayne Westrick David Wirt
Diane Wyss Diane Yoakam
Rose Ann Wolke Howard WrightThe Ambitious Class of'65
Bob Brandyberry Sharon Brewer
Joan Conley Vicki CrouseLarry Cunningham Mahlon Darlington
La Donna Dearth Roscoe Dearth Russell Dearth Peg DeLong
Steve Devier Doreen Diomede?
Dorothy Dobnicker David Downing Don Dunbar
Frank Elzay Susie Failor Judy Fleming
Carol Ellis Jeannie Ellison Jay Epley
Ruth Fletcher Bob Fox Chuck Goodwin
Lowell Green Pat Guider Diane Hackworth Miriam Hall Drena Hathaway Bill HawleyW M
Gary Ludwig Bob Mihalus
Larry Weller Carl Wilkerson
► i Gary Tidd
Tom Williams Tom Lee Williams A1 Wright
Jim Begley John Dunn John Hall Wayne Simon Jean Towey
87Sometimes We Were Happy
THOMAS D. BOUTWELL
CYNTHIA J. HOCH
BRUCE D. NOE
TANA L. TIPPLE
The Senior Class of 1964 spent their last high school year under the leadership of President—
Vice-President Brainy Bruce
JOSEPH CRISTSometimes We Were Good
S. DIANE HANSON
LINDA S. FULKS
ROBERTA L. GRIFFITH
MICHAEL S. HATTERY
90Sometimes We Were Bad
DELBERT L. HENRY
CHARLES A. HELSER
PHYLLIS I. HODGES
ROBERT P. IRWIN
W. BRADLEY HINDALLSometimes We Were Hot
DENNIS M. McCLURESometimes We Were Cool
JOAN L. MOSER
JACKIE C. MONTGOMERY
LARRY E. MUSSER
JUDY F. PRATER
KAREN L. PLUMMER
KAREN A. PEPER
DANIEL B. PUMPHREY
DEBORAH A. REESE
LINDA L. QUAY
PAUL D. RAUSCH
LAWRENCE F. RODGERS
CHERYLE L. RUBECK
BARBARA E. SKINNER
LINDA J. SHADLEY
ROBERT L. SHIELDS
GARY N. SPRADLIN
SHARON J. SOBERSDERYL D. VANATTA
JACK D. WILLIAMS
WILLIAM H. WILLIAMSBut All
Through the Tear Our
School Life Has ShownCLASS COLORS Aqua and White
High School Auditorium Sunday. May 24, 1964 8:00 P. M.
Processional, Pomp and Circumstance
Miss Jacqueline Love, Organist
M. Donai.d Weller, Minister
First Methodist Church
Bassoon Solo, Concerto in C Minor Joseph Crist
Presentation of Speaker
Robert G. Lucas
Superintendent of Schools
News Announcer WTOL-TV. Toledo. Ohio
Presentation or Class
Earl H. Younkman
High School Principal
Presentation 01 Diplomas
Robert J. Chandi i-r
President. Ada Board of Fducati
Vocal Solo. The lord's Prayer
Miss Diane Hanson
M. Donald Weller, Minister Recessional, Psalm XIX
•Audience please stand
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Robert J. Chandler .... President Dr. F. R. Rodabaugh - - - Vice President
Dr. Robert B. Elliott Mrs. Nancy DaPore
Everett Lenhart R. B. Cre iors. Clerk-Treasurer
Born not for ourselves only
but for the whole world
Salutatorian Sharon Sobers and Valedictorian Bruce Noe send their credentials to Ohio Northern University and to Duke University.
Were You There in
ALLEN, LESLIE J.--French Club 1,2, Reporter 2; Y -Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff
2.3.4, Business Editor 4, Advertising Editor 4; Chorus 1,2; Class Play 3,4; Librarian 3,4; Cafeteria Helper 1,2.
BOUTWELL, THOMAS D.--Class President 4; Student Council 3,4, President 4; Hi-Y 2,3; Voice Staff 1,2,3,4, Business Manager 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Class Play 3; Librarian 4.
BURRIS, DENNIS L.--Athlete of the Year Award 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Basketball
184.108.40.206, Co-captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4.
COLLETT, DANIEL M.--Class Secretary 2; Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Voice Staff 2, Feature Editor 2; Basketball 1,4; Track 4; Baseball 2,3,4, Co-captain 4.
CRIST, JOSEPH T.--Latin Club 1,2; Secretary-Treasurer 2; Band 1,2,3,4, President 4, Student Director 4; Chorus 4; District Contest 1,2,3,4; State Contest 1,2,3,4.
CURTIS, CLYDE D.--Chorus 1,2,4.
DILTS, LINDA S.--French Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Class Play Student Director 3; Librarian 3,4.
DOWNING, MARY E.--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1; Cafeteria Helper 1,2.
FULKS, LINDA S.--National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; Class President 2; French Club 1, Treasurer 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Leadership Training Conference 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Valentine Attendant 3; We Staff 2,3, Organization Editor 3; Class Play 3.
GRIFFITH, ROBERTA L.--French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Voice Staff 1; We Staff 2; Chorus 1; Class Play Student Director 4; Librarian 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader Captain 4, Homecoming Queen 4.
HANSON, S. DIANE - - National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass Contestant 2,3,4; Class Secretary 1; Latin Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Student Council 4, Vice-President 4; We Staff 1,2; Chorus
220.127.116.11, Accompanist 1,2,3, Secretary 4; Librarian 2; District Music Contest 1,2, State Music Contest 1,2.
HATTERY, MICHAEL S.
HEIFNER, ETOILE--National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass Contestant 2,3; Class Secretary 1; Latin Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Intramural Manager 4; Voice Staff 1; We Staff 2,3,4, Activities Editor 2,3; Band 3,4, Secretary 4; Chorus 1; Class Play 3.
HELSER, CHARLES A.--Stage Crew 3,4; Safety Patrol 3.
HENRY, DELBERT L.--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,
3.4, General Livestock Judging Team 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Track 2,3,4, Co-captain 4.
HETRICK, REBEKAH N.--Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Secretary 3; We Staff 2,3,4, Senior Editor 4; Chorus 1; Class Play 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3.
HINDALL, W. BRADLEY--Class Vice-President 3; Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; We Staff 2,3, Business Editor 3; Class Play 4; Safety Patrol 2; Basketball 1.
HOCH, CYNTHIA J.--National Honor Society 4; Class Treasurer 4; Latin Club 1,2; Y -Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Intramural Manager 4, Valentine Attendant 4; Voice Staff 2,3; Band 1; Chorus 1; Class Play 3,4.
HODGES, PHYLLIS I.--Latin Club 3,4; French Club 1,2, President 1; Student Council 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sergeant at Arms 3,4; We Staff 2,3,4, Music Editor 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; District Music Contest 1,2.
IRWIN, ROBERT P.--Class President 3; Student Council 2; Hi-Y 2,3, Vice-President 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4.
101JAMES, KATHRYN L.--National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 1 ,2; Y -Teens 2,3,4, Tinsel Ball Queen 4; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff 2,3,4, Sports Editor 4, Class Editor 3, Advertising Editor 2; Band 2,3,4, Majorette 1,2, Head Majorette 3,4; Class Play 3,4; Office Girl 2,3; Cheerleader 2,3.
KLINGENBERGER, J. RICHARD --Interclass Contestant 4; Latin Club 1; French Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 4, Tinsel Ball King 4; Class Play 4.
LEMIN, W. RICHARD--Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Band 1,2; Class Play 3.
LONG, MARTHA KOOP- -F.H.A. 1 ,2,3,4, Historian 3; Voice Staff Typist 4, Chorus 1; Librarian 3,4.
LONG, ANITA L.--Class Treasurer 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3, Historian 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Reporter 4; Chorus 1,2; Cafeteria Helper 4.
McCLURE, DENNIS M.--Student Council l;Hi-Y 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2 ,3,4.
MONTGOMERY , JACKIE C.--French Club 1,2; Y -Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Class Play 3.
MOSER, JOAN L.--National Honor Society 3,4; French Club 1,2, Vice-President 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Leadership Training Conference 3, U.N. Trip 4; Student Council 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff 2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Administration Editor 3; Chorus 1,2; Class Play 3,4; Office Girl 2,3,4.
MUSSER, LARRY E.--Librarian 4; Stage Crew 1,2,3,4, President 4; Safety Patrol 3; Track Manager 2,3.
NOE, BRUCE D.-aledictorian 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass Contestant 3;
World Affairs Conference 4; Class Vice-President 4, Class Treasurer 1; Latin Club 1,2; French Club 3,4; We Staff Photographer 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Science Club 4, President 4.
PEPER, KAREN A.--French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, U.N. Trip 4, Reporter 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff 2,3,4, Class Editor 4; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Class Play 4.
PLUMMER, KAREN L.--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Chorus 1,4; Cafeteria Helper 4.
PRATER, JUDY F.--F.H.A. 1,2,3, T rea surer 2, Parliamentarian 3; Y - Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A.
2.3.4, Intramural Manager 4; Voice Staff Typist 4; Chorus 1; Librarian 1,4.
PUMPHREY , DANIEL B.--French Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 4; Voice Staff Artist 4; Band 1,2,3,4, District Music Contest 1,2,4, State Music Contest 1; Class Play 3,4; Track 4.
QUAY , LINDA L.--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 3; Y-Teens 4; Class Play 3, Assistant Student Director 4; Office Girl 3; Librarian 1.
RAUSCH, PAUL D.--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,
3.4, Dairy Judging Team 4, General Livestock Judging Team 1 ,2; Chorus 4; Class Play 3,4; Football 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4.
REESE, DEBORAH A.--Class Vice-President 1; Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Voice Staff Typist 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Libra rian 4; Cheerleader 1; Homecoming Attendant 1.
RODGERS, LAWRENCE--Latin Club 1,2; French Club 3,4; Voice Staff 2,3,4; Chorus 1,4.
RUBECK, CHERYLE L.--Y-Teens 3,4; Chorus 3,4.
SHADLEY , LINDA J.--French Club 1,2, Secretary 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Band 1 ,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, District Music Contest 2,3.
SHIELDS, ROBERT L.--Hi-Y 1,2,3; Football 2,3; Basketball Manager 2,3; Track 2; Baseball
SKINNER, BARBARA E.--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, Art Director 2,3; Class Play 4; Librarian 4.
SOBERS, SHARON J.--Salutatorian 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass Contestant 2; Latin Club 1,2, French Club 3,4; Voice Staff 1,2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4, News Editor 3, Art Editor 2; Chorus 1,2; Office Girl 2.
102SPITZER, JOHN--Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 4; We Staff 2,3, Sports Editor 3; Chorus 3; Class Play 3,4; Track 2.
SP RAD LIN, GARY N. --Hi - Y 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, District Music Contest 2,4, State Music Contest 3,4; Class Play 4; Librarian 1,2,3; Safety Patrol 1.
STAMBAUGH, J. STEPHEN --National Honor Society 3,4; World Affairs Conference 4; Latin Club 1,2, President 2; French Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2; Voice Staff 2,3,4, Sports Editor 2,3,4; Science Club 4, Vice-President 4.
STAMBAUGH, SUZAN M.--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Voice Staff 4, Corresponding Editor 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, District Music Contest 2,4.
STAVENGER, MICHAEL W.--Hi-Y 2,3; We Staff 2; Librarian 1,2; Stage Crew 2; Football 3.
TIPPLE, RICHARD B.--Hi-Y 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Track 2,3,4, Co-captain 4.
TIPPLE, TANA L.--National Honor Society 4; Class Secretary 3,4; Latin Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; French Club 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, President 4; Voice Staff 1,2,3, Social Editor 3; Chorus 1,2; Class Play 4; Homecoming Attendant 2.
TREEN, DIANN K.
VANATTA, DERYL D.--Class Secretary 2; French Club 1,2, Secretary 1, Treasurer 2; Y-Teens 3,4; Student Council 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Valentine Attendant 2; Chorus 1,2; Librarian 3; Homecoming Attendant 4.
VANDEMARK, JOANN --F .H .A. 1,2,3,4, President 4, County Officer 3, Photographer 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, Student Director 3; Class Play 4; Librarian 4.
WADE, THOMAS N.--Hi-Y 3; Basketball 2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 4.
WEBB, GLENDA L.--French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Valentine Queen 4;
Voice Staff Typist 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4.
WILLIAMS, JACK D.--H1-Y 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Track 4.
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM H.--Chorus 1; Football 1,2.THE CHARM OF ADA HIGH
AS WE LEAVE YOU, ADA HIGH,
WE'LL NOT FORGET YOUR MANY BEAUTIES SILVER DOMED, YOU STAND UNDER THE OHIO SKY,
A PROUD AND MIGHTY CASTLE OF RED BRICK. EVERYWHERE ARE YOUR GIFTS OF BEAUTY:
ROLLING LAWNS, WINDING WALKS,
SHADY PATIOS, BUDDING BLOSSOMS,
TALL TREES, AND FLUTTERING FLAG.
WITHIN WALLS, DREAMS OF KNOWLEDGE ARE FOUND WHERE TEACHERS LECTURE, GIVE TESTS
AND ADVISE, SEEKING TO INFORM THE INQUISITIVE MIND. THE STUDENTS SELDOM PAUSE DURING THE BUSY YEAR, FOR THEY ARE
ATTENDING INITIATIONS, COLLECTING NOTES,
GRADE CARDS, HONORS, SHEDDING SENTIMENTAL TEARS AND OLD BOOKS ON THE LAST DAY.
AND IN SIX SHORT YEARS WE ARE GONE.
BUT THE CHARM OF ADA HIGH LIVES ON AND ON.
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