Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

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 THE 1965 Published for the student body of ADA HIGH SCHOOL ADA, OHIO by the yearbook staffALMA MATER TO ADA HIGH, OUR OWN SCHOOL WE RAISE OUR SONG TODAY WE PRAISE THEE NOW, WE SERVE THEE, IN ALL OUR WORK AND PLAY. Activities Student Council Homecoming Dance French Latin Clubs Hi-Y and Y-Teens Tinsel Ball G.A.A. Valentine Dance National Honor Society OUR COLORS ALWAYS FLYING, WE LL KEEP THEM EVER UP ON HIGH. Band Chorus Annual Newspaper F.H.A. F.F.A. Honor s Sports Football Homecoming Game Cheerleaders Baseball Basketball Junior High Track 2TO ADA HIGH, OUR OWN SCHOOL WE LL PRAISE THEE TO THE SKY Administration—Faculty Services Board of Education Superintendent P.T.A. Officers Faculty Secretaries Office Girls Librarians Stage Crew Cooks Bus Drivers Custodians FOR H.S. WALLS AND H.S. HALLS, WE LOVE THEE BEST OF ALL. 3ACTIVITIESWE PRAISE THEE NOW, WE SERVE THEE IN ALL OUR WORK AND PLAYSTANDING: Patty Mankey, Diane Wyss, Nancy Sonnett, Jerry Rush, Neil Williams. SITTING: David Archer, Janis Hays, Bill Butterfield, Jeanette Willeke, Steve Dunbar, Lloyd Shadley, Joyce Prater. STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council . . . solves problems ... 16 busy members . . . activity tickets . . . Homecoming . . . Interclass . . . sells refreshments at basketball games . . .excellent advisors . . . need a helping hand? . . . never guilty of loitering under a shade tree (except for a picture). ADVISOR Mrs. Wiedemann, ADVISOR Mr. Evans, PRESIDENT Don Dunbar, VICE PRESIDENT Jean Towey, SECRETARY Susie Failor, TREASURER Linda Austin.HOMECOMING QUEEN Sherry Wright Escort Jim Towey SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Pat Phillians Escort Ken Amburgey SENIOR ATTENDANT Joanna Roof Escort Ron Griffin BELLES S BEAUS FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Linda English Escort John Bucher JUNIOR ATTENDANT Joyce Prater Escort Dennis Rainey 7STUDENT COUNCIL ACTIVITIES Don and Linda take time out to play while they decorate for the jolly Christmas season. Everyone has a good time at the Senior High Party. Hurry, hurry, hurry to the assembly! SCIENCE CLUB Science Club . . . Ada High's newest organization . . . tries its best to blow-up the school (hasn't been too successful yet) . . . enjoys sharing their scientific abilities with each other . . . hopes that someday one of their fellow members will be the gas station attendant of the space refueling station. SITTING IN FRONT: REPORTER Don Dunbar, VICE PRESIDENT Bill Krofft, PRESIDENT Roscoe Dearth, SECRETARY-TREASURER Steve Reese. STANDING: Becky Banks, David Shilling, Mary Huston, ADVISOR Mr. Sun-derman, Jan Neiswander, A1 Wright, Jack Lee, Dick Klingler, Steve Sobers, Keith Wire. 8LE CERCLE FRAN£AIS French Club . . . plans a vraiment parti initiation . . . sits in class dumfounded, trying to translate a classmate’s French . . . wishes that Frenchmen would speak English. FIRST ROW: Debbie Wirt, SECRETARY Phillians, Stobbe, L. Umphress, Prater, Roof, Mowery, English, Lee, Long, S. Sobers, Klingler. SECOND ROW: Tressel, Neiswander, Jones, PRESIDENT Runser, Spar, Elzay, Wei-mer, Duffy, E. Sobers, VICE PRESIDENT Crowe, Krofft, Wire, Dearth, Herman. THIRD ROW: Cole, J. Umphress, Bowden, Roth, Tarr, Reissig, Estep, J. Rodgers, Stambaugh. TREASURER David Wirt, Vandemark, Heckart, R. Rodgers, Hubbell, Fogle, ADVISOR Mrs. Wiedemann. LATINA SOCIETA Latin Club . . . gets a kick out of translating Caesar . . . buys slaves . . . gets a "vomitus stoma-chus” from eating too much at their spring banquet . . . wonders how a Roman could speak such a crazy language daily. FIRST ROW: Peppier, B. Butterfield, Shilling, Roof. SECOND ROW: Moloney, Emlinger, Hewitt, Berger, Baughman, Bischoff. THIRD ROW: Prater, Hall, SCRIBO Tackett, FIRST CONSUL Lehman, Jackson, S. Stambaugh, Hathaway, Klingler. FOURTH ROW: A. Butterfield, Miller, Banks, Archer, Lucas, Davis, ADVISOR Mr. Conrath, Sousley, SECOND CONSUL Clapper, Ludwig, Klingler. 9NIFTY Hl-Y These Hi-Y and Y-Teen officers plan for a successful year. SITTING: VICE PRESIDENT Becky Hoffman, TREASURER Joanna Roof, PRESIDENT Susie Failor, SECRETARY Karen Krofft. STANDING: Y-TEEN ADVISOR Mrs. Bozarth, VICE PRESIDENT Steve Reese, SECRETARY Dennis Tres-sel, PRESIDENT Roscoe Dearth, CHAPLAIN Dan Archer, TREASURER Kenny Amburgey, HI-Y ADVISOR Mr. Norberg. READING UP LEFT ROW: Ron Krofft, Steve Harmon, Bob Fox, Gary Ludwig, Terry Davis, Don Dunbar, Bill Krofft, Tom Williams, Dick Kling-ler. LEFT CENTER ROW: Gary Jackson, Gary Devier, Dave Simon, Steve Hoch, Bob Lucas, Mark Klingenberger, Bob Plummer, Jerry Rush, Chuck Goodwin. RIGHT CENTER ROW: John Baker, John Bucher, Joe Bischoff, Jere Anspach, Jerry Simmons, John Davis, Jim Ludwig, Jim Griffith, Forrest Montgomery. RIGHT ROW: A1 Wright, Dave Downing, Bill Hawley, Jay Epley, Jeff Sousley, Bruce Hays, Tom Ring, Steve Simon. Hi-Y . . . good, clean boys . . . like Y-Teens . . . like to swim at the Y.M.C.A. . . . play a great game of basketball . . . like to go to Y-Teen meetings . . . have discussions on various topics of interest . . . such as girls. 10 THRIFTY Y-TEENS FIRST ROW: Jane Brown, Siferd, J. Prater, Reese, P. Phillians, Hawley, Darlington, Van Atta, B. Prater, Judi Brown. SECOND ROW: Brewer, Diomede, Begley, Brite, J. Willeke, Tackett, Hathaway, Fee, C. Willeke, J. Phillians. THIRD ROW: Spar, Runser, Elzay, Manley, Rodgers, Zim-merly, Traucht, Jones, Tarr, Hackworth. FOURTH ROW: D. Klingler, Park, Holbrook, Duffy, Ludwig, Wyss, Parsons, Miller, Lenhart, Garver, Kindle, Price. FIFTH ROW: Cook, Sousley, Lehman, Bowden, P. Klingler, Banks, Fleming, Crouse, Long, Heifner, Cheney, N. Klingler. Y-Teens . . . good clean girls . . . enjoying fellowship together . . . climbing in and out of truck at progressive supper . . . going on U.N.I.C.E.F. Drive with Hi-Y . . . singing song and taps . . . getting into lively discussions on smoking, drinking, and dating . . . planning Tinsel Ball with Hi-Y . .. sending Susie and Cheryl on UN trip . . . sharing meetings with Hi-Y. WINTER WONDERLAND ROYALTY Queen Jackie Phillians Escort Tracy Brown King Jay Epley Date Nancy KlinglerG.A.A. GLOWS WITH FIRST ROW: Hoffman, Austin, C. Hathaway, Holbrook, N. Klingler, J. Willeke, Diomede, Siferd, Hawley, Van Atta, Love. SECOND ROW: M. Hall, Lehman, Cook, Park, Price, Hackworth, Guider, Jones, Elzay, Sanders, Kindle. THIRD ROW: Kain, Stambaugh, Fleming, Sousley, Bowden, Jane Brown, D. Hathaway, P. Klingler, Clapper, Towey, Koch, Dobnicker. ADVISOR Mrs. Remsburg, PRESIDENT Claudia Clum, VICE PRESIDENT Bonnie Archer, SECRETARY Connie Miller, TREASURER Sherry Wright, SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Celeste Heifner and Sue Long. Juniors battle Seniors . . . and win! G.A.A. . . . enjoys participating in vigorous activity . . . works hard for a successful Valentine .Dance . . . can hardly wait for the next month's tournament . . . endures the soreness after a strenuous tournament . . . wishes that boys could become members of this great association. 12ATHLETIC GLAMOUR FIRST ROW: Reese, J. Phillians, Nelson, Roof, J. Prater, Begley, Shulaw, B. Prater, P. Phil-lians, B. Hall, C. Willeke. SECOND ROW: Garver, Lenhart, Runser, Spar, Rodgers, Parsons, Wyss, Krofft, Ludwig, Butterfield, R. Miller. THIRD ROW: Stobbe, Tarr, Banks, Crouse, Crowe, Judi Brown, Huston, Brewer, Long, Sonnett, D. Klingler, Cheney. Nancy Sonnett . . . carries out dance theme . . . "Cupid Strikes Again." VALENTINE SWEETHEARTS ... hit by cupid . . . JUNIOR ATTENDANT Linda Lenhart . . . SENIOR ATTENDANT Drena Hathaway . . . QUEEN Jean Towey . . . SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Pat Klingler. 1314MARCHING BAND . . . members from grades 8—12 .. . peppy . . . . . . much alive . . . loads of enthusiasm . . . high stepping . . . hard workers . . . lively popular music . . . . . . snappy marchers . . . sparkling purple and gold uniforms . . . plumes blowing in the wind . . . . . . blaring trumpets . . . moaning trombones . . . . . . squealing woodwinds . . . beating drums . . . . . . Mr. William Ansley, director . . . 15HIGH SCHOOL BAND GIVES FRONT ROW: Miriam Hall, David Wirt, Jon Crist, Pat Klingler, Gary Jackson. 2nd ROW: Russell Kirk, Dale Badertscher, Rex Keith, Carol Bischoff, Steve Dunbar, Brian Peppier, Joe Ferguson. 3rd ROW: John Hall, Rita Rodgers, Tom Rodabaugh, Leland Crouse, Carol Baughman, Christine Miller, Jay Epley. MAJORETTES Carol Traucht, Ann Butterfield, Doreen Diomede, Jane Stobbe, and DRUM MAJORETTE Jacquie Love performed at the football games. FRONT ROW: Debbie Brown, Lynn Jackson, Cheryl Kindle, Betty Clapper, Lynette Darlington, Laima Abele. 2nd ROW: Barbara Koch, Jo Ann Love, Susie Failor, Jim Estep, Judy Crowe, Kathy Lucas, Tim Rodabaugh. 3rd ROW: Jean Towey, Donna Koch, Janice Hays, Cathy Marshall, Debbie Wirt, Claudia Clum, Bonnie Archer, Jacquie Love, Beverly Keith. 4th ROW: Nancy Price, Karen Krofft, Becky Hoffman, Nancy Sonnett, Judy Fleming, Marsha Casper, Marilyn Tarr, Jacque Ludwig, Jane Hoffman, Chris Lehman, Becky Hall. 16 RHYTHM TO SCHOOL LIFE CADET BAND Future Members of Senior Band Diane Hackworth, Celeste Heifner, Connie Miller, Randall Hattery, Jeanne Stobbe, and Linda English. FRONT ROW: Paulette Schmidt, Carol Tarr, Mark Daft, Vicki Conley, Diane Manley, Ann Udy, Eddie Snider, Ann Bischoff, Tana Binkley, Donald Wagner. 2nd ROW: Lloyd Shadiey, Faith Hall, Cecily Miller, Sandra Krofft, Pam Graham, Deanita Bahr, Kelly Crouse, Greg Long, Vicki Hackworth, Jean Castle. 3rd ROW: Kathy Dunbar, Viki Umphress, Candy Klinger, John Kepler, Mike Hubbell, Steve Westrick, Patty Conley, Diane Bosse, Sue Hubbell, Beverly Koch, Greg Elwood. 4th ROW: Cathy Simon, Susan Price, Melinda Sousley, Donald Hays, Doyle Long, Karen Casper, Linda Long, Diane Peppier, Mary Ellen Martin, Candy Dock, John Baughman, John Klinger. 17GIRLS’ TRIPLE TRIO Becky Hoffman, Pat Klingler, Cheryl Kindle, Mary Huston, Willa Hewitt, Vickie Crouse, Kathy Reese, Diane Wyss, Phoebe Darlington. CHERYL KINDLE Class A Mezzo Soprano District Rating I State Rating II ANITA NELSON Class A Mezzo Soprano District Rating II WE ARE THE Ada High School A Cappella Choir ... bedecked in new robes . . . received a district I rating in Class B-2 for first time in many years . . . participated in state contest at Brookhaven High School in Columbus . . . Christmas Concert . . . Spring Concert . . . Gary Lora, director. Willa Hewitt, Class B, Soprano, District I Kathy Reese, Class B, Soprano, District II Cathy Emlinger, Class C, Mezzo Soprano, District III Wayne Wright, Class C, Baritone, District IIMUSIC MAKERS Ada High School Concert Band . . .received a district I rating in Class B-2 . . . won an excellent rating at state contest in Columbus . . . presented annual spring concert . . . swingin’ music . . . William Ansley, director. MAH LON DARLINGTON Class A Violin District Rating I State Rating I JIM ESTEP Class A Saxophone District Rating I State Rating I Class A Piano District Rating II Class A Baritone District Rating III MIRIAM HALL Class A Trombone District Rating I State Rating II Class A Baritone Horn District Rating I State Rating I Christmas Lehman, Class B, Piano, District Rating II Connie Miller, Class B, Drum, District Rating II NANCY SONNETT Class A Clarinet District Rating II JACQUIE LOVE Class A Piano District Rating I RUSSELL KIRK Class A Trumpet District Rating II JON CRIST Class A French Horn District Rating I State Rating II BRASS TRIO Russell Kirk, Jon Crist, Miriam Hall Class A District I--State II SAXOPHONE QUARTET Jean Towey, Judy Crowe, Susie Failor, Jim Class A District I--State I 19■ CHORUS BOOSTED 1st ROW: Nancy Tressel, Jean Lockwood, Kathy Reese, Cathy Emlinger, Jane Herman, Anita Nelson, Myra Berger, Carla Mowery, Ellen Sobers, Jane Stobbe, Phoebe Darlington. 2nd ROW: Ethel Cheney, Nancy Klingler, Louise Fogle, Teresa Prichard, Rosemary Wright, Jean Towey, Cheryl Kindle, Henrietta Prater, Beth Bowden, Sharon Rodabaugh. 3rd ROW: Wayne Wright, John Umphress, Tom Williams, Brian Peppier, Christine Lehman, Dolores Bosse, Jean Green, Willa Hewitt, Linda Cheney. 4th ROW: Larry Reissig, David Downing, Steve Burris, Don Tidd, Larry Weller, Terry McCool, Richard Roth, Jim Estep, Gary Tidd, John Rodgers. BOYS’ QUARTET Jim Estep Jon Crist Mahlon Darlington Dick Klingler 20SPIRITS ACCOMPANISTS Jacquie Love, Jim Estep, and Carla Mowery accom panied the choir during practices and concerts. 1st ROW: Diane Wyss, Carol Tackett, Mary Siferd, Beth Roof. 2nd ROW: Judy Ellison, Mary Huston, Barbara Bowden, Alice Neiswander, Pat Klingler. 3rd ROW: Ruth Shields, Bill Van Atta, Steve Sobers, Sam Hall. 4th ROW: Mahlon Darlington, Jerry Simmons, Mike Wright, John Rausch. ' ‘ _,V.- - Chorus received contest honors—first time since 1951. GIRLS’ TRIPLE TRIO Diane Wyss Phoebe Darlington Mary Huston Kathy Reese Cheryl Kindle Vicki Crouse Becky Hoffman Willa Hewitt Pat Klingler The Girls' Triple Trio rated a I (superior) at District Contest. 2)WORK . . . SWEAT . . . TEARS . . . THEN CLASS EDITOR Jane Stobbe, SPORTS EDITOR Diane Wyss, ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR Becky Hoffman, SENIOR EDITOR Bonnie Archer, ADMINISTRATION EDITOR Vicki Crouse, MUSIC EDITOR Sue Long, ACTIVITIES EDITOR Karen Krofft. 22FINALLY ... A YEARBOOK ASSISTANTS: Coleen Hathaway, Pat Phil-lians, Nancy Sonnett, CAMERAMAN Bill Krofft, Jacque Ludwig, and Nancy Klingler. Yearbook Staff . . . works hard to bring high school memories back to life . . . spends many hours writing . . . pasting . . . cutting . . . and worrying . . . hoping and praying . . . for a memorable yearbook . . . heaves a sigh of relief as the yearbook is finally finished. ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Barb Bowden . . . BUSINESS MANAGER Nancy Price . . . work out their pages of advertising. 23One of the several organizations high is the national Honor Society. The societyE posed of the Junior and senior students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership, character and service. The purpose of the NHS is "to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render T ’'romcte worthy leadership, to encourage the L „ ••racter in students of the secondary ; "hapter was estab- held Dec, 5, vi It wa3 annouoj Joint Hi-Y J meeting wouldI Lima, Oct. I9I FHA membej meeting Oct] members wen Peg Nelson,I repeated tba explained w Sherry I tary, expI tut ion to Following I frcshment and Songs 1 e working on k annual NHS in-] assembly in A it assembly la-r is responsible start a sci-r high school nr id, also, some 1 ers tutored stu-fl needed help in [Ibjects. (eligible for men-jh the NHS, a se-I rank in the up-1 percentile of the olastically, and honor points. A 1st be in the up-percentlle and points, of a student Junioi softball noment fcj were tom softball to incl The! will bl ter wt fcattll NEWS pnLED TOR rh ■ LaD°nna i0 athy r idents interested loys' Jrling I Jon ■step. ■ Reese, ■ Kofi'-' I Willa [Phoebe Kling-'f the Jon McCool ledj to their second I win, Dec. 16. Jc points, nine of Aj in the final pc l Newland was sJfl || h lit points, n ■Kj?e JV'S JH I in the Hin the r;S| F locond half ■ P by beat in, V 16 points, i, th. ' Of fcj t ratnj lcoJ ■ 'ccf trance ■AHS soph-id put up torations 4 Jrance of foject was ®i I student L fpaid the ■ peas tree ™ fstencil de. 'on the wirv cial snow. AGAIN y pp The be] latural s l SALESM Nanc sS awhile mfaau Austi Damage, ■ • smile WISTMAS CONCERT ■ 1 ont. from p. 1) ■ pr the choir was J ove. ! ' r• Gary Lora is peal music instructor I The choir is presenl k Christr.-.; . fit morning. d will be ccitt ® lied the bBl li a; 13 r„cI ogt_-rs and W lie feat. , B ■period coHtt |k |ng li pint lead 26-27 (red oni 'the Adi half , ADA I H E R WED-SAT, DEC.23-26 ■ 633 Squadron ■ Blood on Arrow IlIN-TUE, DEC. 27-29 [ World of Henry Orient i j inaCage editor • • anc smile WJf Z-ch ef . dvboe 1 Pride. ’bicker ' s vM hTP ■ 1 1 I a 0 5 ? + d A 0 «o J CO 0 £ ♦» 4J f 01 H - —J • !scor i s , colui5S7 IHS KgIrls J U1S basketball ertalnly lookec hen “embers ol ba°k free £ room after J “e to find cJ “lca Maloney! •“ 8eated oj the! Actually tf tery vas del no other wl 80 they J Junior hiJ weeks with ing A s and B pla tag. ■ball with lb here ply per.6 'onal Honor ety talent sitting vvden, V "Dad, there s going toj U2TAneeting to- ff meeting9 B5 p.a. petball with encervi fc oceve Rp M'MeagJj, Sowing- assistant tell Wii. Juniors; and and Bill Shulaw, s M| student J tfS k evet y %,? ■ft Valen-lance 9 1-11 p.d loskotl aJ Ridger.el 'cicjl DrM WeeJcs ■lew school districts have recently been W B ■in and Allen counties. These new districts have ftrmed as a result of state charter losses by the m involved. ■ of the new districts formed in these consclida- ■ is one composed of McGuffey, Alger and Roundhea ■chools located within Hardin county. Each b ■its charter and was forced to consolidate or But state aid, which is given to all public sch mio which meet state requirements. fefayette ee Harrodalsc plan to combine i ■rict. Bot B 8d|to.Si— ■ their char fc ■the state bc HL redul lion, Lafayet B MrevoB ft ion becoming ■day. V Ada is now the onl fchool in this area which as not consolidated. In 'he elections of last No-’ember . Ada had the opportunity to consolidate with JcGuffey, but out It teacl along w take s TYPISTFIRST ROW: Nelson, E. Cheney, Prater, Austin SECOND ROW: Yoakam, Fee, Prichard, Dearth. THIRD ROW: Binkley, Bosse, Garver, Staley. FOURTH ROW: Rodabaugh, Hathaway, Weller. FIFTH ROW: Shields, Wireman, Long. SIXTH ROW: Green, Epley, Mankey. SEVENTH ROW: Risner, Moloney, L. Cheney, Wolke. F.H.A. F.F.A. QUEEN . . . Diane Wyss . . . smiles with pride . . .active in 4 -H work . . . F.H.A. . . . attended cooking school in Kenton . . . worked hard for a successful banquet . . . had a Mother-Daughter Tea . . . had a Senior Farewell Program . . . finished their projects very successfully. FIRST ROW: VICE-PRESIDENT Peg Nelson, HISTORIAN Maxine Garver, SONG LEADER Ruth Fletcher, REPORTER Wilma Shulaw SECOND ROW: TREASURER Linda Moser, PRESIDENT Pat Long, SONG LEADER Phoebe Darlington, SECRETARY Sherry Wright. THIRD ROW: PARLIAMENTARIAN Jane Helser, ADVISOR Mrs. Spitz er. 26F.F.A. F.F.A. KING . . . Gary Ludwig . . . appears happy . . . State Farmer . . . FIRST ROW: W. Wright, Van Atta, J. Hall. SECOND ROW: Wyss, J. Wright, Keith, S. Hall. THIRD ROW: Stull, John Hall, N. Williams. FOURTH ROW: Baughman, Clum, J. Williams, Anspach. FIFTH ROW: Devier, Everhart, Mankey. SIXTH ROW: Hays, Nelson, Wilson, Badertscher. SEVENTH ROW: T. Williams, Willeke, Dudgeon, Ring, Keller. EIGHTH ROW: Miller, John Hall, Martin, Crouse. F.F.A. . . . sold cider at games . . . had a great Parliamentary Procedure Team . . . heaved a sigh of relief as they finally finished their rewarding proj -ects. SECRETARY Mark Staley, SENTINEL Russ Dearth, ADVISOR Mr. Saltz-man, TREASURER Paul Basinger, REPORTER Tom Brown, PRESIDENT Gary Ludwig, STUDENT ADVISOR A1 Keller, VICE PRESIDENT Carl Hackworth. 271964-1965 HONORS Carl Hackworth and Gary Ludwig . . . chosen State Farmers . . . highest honor that can be earned in vocational agriculture. Patty Long . . . earned State Homemaker Degree . . . highest degree which can be earned in home economics. Sherry Wright . . . Homemaker of the Year . . . chosen on the basis of a Genera 1 Mi 11 s te st. Susie Failor . . . Cheryl Kindle . . . delegates on the Y-Teens U.N. trip. Ken Amburgey . . . Athlete of the Year presented plaque by Supt. Robert Lucas . . . Joe Morrison ... of the New York Giants looking on. Roscoe Dearth and Dorothy Dobnicker . . . eligible to attend World Affairs Institute . . . theme of conference . . . The U.S. and France --Old Allies and New Problems . . . sponsored by Ada Rotary Club. 28NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Honor Society . . . sponsors a talent assembly . . . Scholarship . . . Leadership . . . Character . . .Service . . . attends a banquet given by the Kiwanis Club. SITTING: VICE PRESIDENT Shulaw, PRESIDENT Love, SECRETARY Dobnicker. FIRST ROW: Willeke, Failor, Klingler, Archer, Kindle, Hall, Siferd, Wyss, Rodgers. SECOND ROW: Hoffman, Crowe, Krofft, Sonnett, Heifner, Smith, Ludwig, Reese, Dunbar, Shellenbarger, Dearth, Koch, Estep, Towey, Crouse, Sobers. Salutatorian Jacquie Love . . . Valedictorian Dorothy Dobnicker of the 1965 graduating class . . . grade averages of 3.831 and 4.0. Senior Roscoe Dearth . . . National Merit finalist . . . eligible for a National Merit Scholarship. 29FRONT: Davis, Lucas, Mankey, Newland, Curtis, Krofft, Hays, Peppier, VanAtta, Marshall, Wilkerson, Wyss, tButterfield, and Reissig. MIDDLE: Mgr. Sousley, Conley, Kipker, Hawley, Archer, Williams, Griffin, G. Ludwig, Amburgey, Goodwin, Fleming, Hackworth, J. Anspach, Umphress, Dearth, Tarr, and D. Klingler. BACK: Coach Curlis, W. Simon, Epley, Simmons, D. E. Klingler, Tressel, Johnson, J. Ludwig, S. Simon, D. Simon, Bischoff, D. Anspach, and Head Coach Gilchrist. Ada 14 Bath 22 Ada 14 Lafayette 12 Ada 18 Pandora-Gilboa 33 Ada 8 Spencerville 6 Ada 34 Delphos Jefferson 20 Ada 0 Columbus Grove 8 Ada 0 Bluffton 20 Ada 6 Elida 16 Ada 0 Ottawa 12 Coaches Curlis and Gilchrist . . . check that out . . . Coach felt season was success . . . 3-6 . . . 100% effort . . . spirit great . . . momentum strong . . . new league . . . rough competition . . . better luck next year . . . Managers Paul and Jeff . . . equipment straighteners 32'nd it was 6-6. "wed ahead after — Gilboa for Ada Nips ‘-st Dowi us Lafayette ’'onthe Ada Yvette fys X'QL S® ? 2V . AFAYETTE - The scored in the then added run by down surp '2 in a Bulldogs Revive Spell Against Spencerville SPENCERVILLE - Ada e it 10 wins in 11 meetings Spencerville by downing eir cousin Bearcats, 8-6 here ,y night to all but elimin-the defending Northwest con-champs from the ’64 !tle picture. Ada had won the t meeting between the schools wen years ago by two-point largin too, 20-18. The Ada score came on its Itt t aa I ilrltr® Simon for the TD. Quarterback Dick passed to End Jerry in the end zone for sion and Ada was with 10:20 left K quarter. 4 L Spencerville’r just 5:26 to gf host team d plays including pass completions ook over first thwest confer-; off a deter-I, 16-6, here before aim 57-yard march for their sec-d TD. Late in the second period and Jt Ada punt carried only to e Bulldog 46 and Bath mov-I from there to the end zone, pass interference infraction it the oval on the Ada 15, en Ben Green wheeled 13 irds to the two and then pil-l over on the next play. He en whizzed around left end r the conversion and it was 0, Bath, with 2:46 left in the rst half. Ada came alive with the sec-id half kickoff and marched I yards in nine plays to reg-iter. Ken Amburgey zoomed cross from the 14 after a tfeep of his own left end. Jen’s smash at left tackle for ie extra two was short and in marking the ball resulted in ( giving Bath a first down -a few inches short of the goal. A smash for the extra points by Dave Everhart failed. Bath was on top 14-6 with 4:43 left in tbc third period. Ada moved 68 yards in 13 plays to pull even. Steve Simon ended the march with a five - yard TD smash. Dick Klingler passed to Wayne Simon for the conversion and K was 14-14 with 11:36 left in the last period. Bath countered with its winning TD the next time it had the ball. It went 63 yards in five plays. Eberhart whizzed a round his left end and outran Ada deep backs 41 yards to the goal. Henry Thomas punishec right end for the conversion anc ence. from is 7-1 6-0-1. The loss I first losing the Purple 3-5 with on Ottawa nex the last tw The Ada I powder pufi ing the we wore the helmets. Late in t marched 69 for its TD. 40-yard das) from the 4’ last play o On second Steve Simor own left enc At? nd took up all but || s of the half for its .ce........the score- Glar jck unit that went out the season was just V j old and it was so y to fix it was nec-Co e . en d it to ‘ another . tO V airs according to k custodian.. or o-Je Ae 3W5 Aft ... i 4! took a 3-2 lead £ r: Iff W .N ' .IV TGRIDIRON Senior--GARY LUDWIG Junior--CARL HACKWORTH Senior--STEVE BURRIS Senior--CHUCK GOODWIN Junior--DAN ANSPACH Senior--JERRY SIMMONS Junior--DAVE SIMONHEROES l b Senior--DICK KLINGLERHOMECOMING ROYALTY Senior . . . Joanna Roof, Queen . . . Sherry Wright, Freshman . . . Linda English, Sophomore ... Pat Phillians, Junior . . . Joyce Prater (absent due to the death of her brother). After the fanfare of trumpets and to the tune of "Miss America" as played by the band and sung with new Ada lyrics by Jim Estep, "Our Homecoming Queen" MISS SHERRY WRIGHT was escorted across the field by football co-captains Ken Amburgey and Bill Hawley. Cindy Brown carried the royal crown on a purple satin pillow, and the game ball was carried by Rex Hays. After Queen Sherry was crowned by the co-captains and honored in the French fashion, she presented the game ball to the team. The ceremony was over and the game began! 36Soph. Jacque Ludwig WE RE HERE TO SHOW WERE BULLDOG FANS!! Junior Diane Wyss Head Cheerleader 37RULERS OF THE COURT Ken Amburgey, John Bucher, Dennis Tressel, Bob Plummer, Jerry Rush, Coach Curlis, Dick Kling-ler, Steve Simon, Jim Ludwig, Norm Fleming, and Chuck Goodwin. Ada 77 Arcadia 45 Ada 51 Kenton 83 Ada 44 Lafayette 48 Ada 68 Elida 83 Ada 58 Bluffton 59 Ada 42 Lafayette 45 Ada 64 Belle Center 47 Ada 45 Harrod 56 Ada 74 Cory-Rawson 43 Ada 32 Bath 56 Ada 63 Perry 66 Ada 94 Gomer 79 Ada 73 Delphos -Jefferson 52 Ada 58 McComb 69 Ada 96 Spencerville 75 Ada 63 Ridgemont 55 Ada 71 Hardin Northern 63 Ada 69 Ridgemont 63 Ada 51 Riverdale 57 Holiday Tournament District Tournament Coach Curlis and Gilchrist . . how 'bout the new zone defense New league . . . new coach . . . 9-10 . . . enthusiastic squad . . . long practices . . .undaunted spirit . . . deft ball handlers . . . undying willpower . . . great amount of push and drive . . . Varsity Manager Paul polish that ball . . .CAGER MASTERS Senior--DICK KLINGLER Junior--BOB PLUMMER Junior--NORM FLEMING 39JUNIOR VARSITY CAGERS STANDING: Bob Newland, Gary Devier, Bruce Hays, John Richards, John Rodgers, Charlie Rayl, Jon McCool, Jere Anspach, and Mike Wright. Beth Roof, Nancy Klingler, Helen Parsons, Linda English, and Pat Phillians. FRESHMAN SQUAD STANDING: Gary Wilkerson, Mike Tarr, Dick Klingler, Dale Badertscher, Steve Dunbar, Ron Wyss, Bruce Dearth, Dave Shilling, Steve Marshall, and Bill Butterfield. KNEELING: Coach Conrath and Mgr. Ray Long. 40UPCOMING BULLDOGS FRONT: Mgr. Elzay, T. DaPore, Davis, Helser, Archer, J. Pifer, English, and Mgr. Hattery. MIDDLE: Coach Coe, Dearth, Williams, Tackett, Tarr, Nelson, Hays, Goodwin, Cribley, and Worthington. BACK: Plummer, Harris, Fleming, N. Pifer, Simon, Hackworth, Keller, Klingler, J. DaPore, Manley, and Mgr. Emlinger. FRONT ROW: S. Harris, Archer, Davis, Zimmer, B. Emlinger, Reese, Cribley, Prichard, J. Neiswander. SECOND ROW: T. Neiswander, Link, Goodwin, Dicus, Spar, Helser, J. Pifer, English, Crouse, Hays. THIRD ROW: Mgr. Martin, Romick, Fleming, N. Pifer, Simon, Klingler, Keller, Hackworth, Tarr, Hubbell, Cole, Manley, Mgr. D. Emlinger, Hinds. FOURTH ROW: Tackett, Clark, T. DaPore, Wilkerson, J. DaPore, Dearth, Edens, B. Harris, Nelson, Lemin, Kepler, Coach Coe. 4)ROW 1: Wright, Kirk , McCool , Sobers, Shilling, Jackson. ROW 2: Amburgey , Tarr, Lucas , Griffith , Davis, Clum, Coach Curbs. ROW 3: Ludwig , D. Anspach , Simmons , Vandemark, Klingenberger, J. Anspach , Baker (‘denotes lettermen). Close games . . . plenty of spirit . . . young team . . . promising future . . . lots of experience . . . leading hitter .428--Bob Lucas . . . four year lettermen--Amburgey and Ludwig . . . 42ROW 1: B. Baughman, E. Curtis, Peppier , Clark, Wyss, Mankey, K. Curtis, Lee, Roof, Richards . ROW 2: Mgr. Baughman, Cole, Epley , Krofft , Jennings , Hays , Archer, N. Williams , Hackworth , Lansing, Van Atta. ROW 3: Butterfield, Newland, Nelson, J. Williams, Ludwig , Conley , W. Simon , Kipker, Um-phress, Kirk, Coach Gilchrist. ROW 4: Mgr. Long, Marshall, Bischoff, McCool, Griffith, S. Simon, Plummer, Wilkerson, Tressel, Everhart. ABSENT: Dearth , ( denotes letter men). Successful season ... no losses in duel or triangular meet . . . records broken and set . . . pole vault 12 6”--Jim Ludwig . . . shot put 5l'63 4"--Dick Conley . . . discus 150'8 1 2"--Dick Conley . . . 440 yard dash 52.5--Bruce Hays . . . mile run 4:49.2--Brian Peppier . . . 880 yard run 2:03.4--John Richards . . . Carey Invitational Champs . . . Northwest Conference Champs . . . Ada Invitational Champs . .. Northwest Ohio District Champs . . . 'Practice makes perfect 43AlinDVdTO ADA HIGH, OUR OWN SCHOOLBOARD OF EDUCATION MR. ROBERT G. LUCAS B.S. Bowling Green State University M.S. Indiana University Superintendent . . . Advisor to the Board of Education . . . Responsible for materials . . . Conducts teacher interviews . . . Experience as teacher . . . coach . . . principal . . . executive head . . . Served as Lieutenant in the Navy . . . Enjoys outdoor activities . . . Reads American history . . . Has one son and three daughters . . . Mrs. Joseph DaPore Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh Mr. Robert Chandler VICE PRESIDENT SUPERINTENDENT Lucas Dr. Robert B. Elliott PRESIDENT Absent: Mr. Robert Daft Mr. R. B. Cretors, CLERK P.T.A. OFFICERS Dr. Thomas Martin VICE PRESIDENT Mrs. Frank Brace SECRETARY Mrs. Thomas Hubbell TREASURER 46 Mr. Gene Hoffman PRESIDENTHIGH SCHOOL STAFF PRINCIPAL EARL H. YOUNKMAN B.S. in Education (ONU) M.A. (Ohio State University) Supervises teachers . . . Maintains discipline in the school . . . Acts as Athletic Director . . . Co-ordinates the various activities . . . Has four daughters . . . Enjoys reading in his spare time . . . MRS. ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN B.S. Ohio Northern University MR. RICHARD B. SUNDERMAN B.S. University of Michigan M.S. Bowling Green State University DEAN OF GIRLS Teaches English IX . . . French I II . . . Enjoys collecting antiques, reading, gardening . . . has a Marine officer son. GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Teaches Math . . . Physics . . . Enjoys photography and refinishing furniture . . . Has one daughter . . . one son. 47MR. WILLIAM ANSLEY B.S. in Ed. Ohio State University MR. JOHN CONRATH B. A. Ohio Northern University Instrumental Music Instructor . . . Brings band honors to Ada . . . Likes to golf . . . Enjoys TV . . . Has three children. Teaches Latin and General Science . . . Advises Latin Club . . . Collects antique clocks . . . Likes to hunt . . . Has one child. MRS. JOHN BOZARTH B. A. Ohio Northern University MR. ARVIN CURLIS B.S. in Ed. Bowling Green State University Teaches Commercial courses . . . Advises Y-Teens . . . Enjoys reading . . . Has three college age children. Teaches Ohio History and Physical Education . . . Coaches both Basketball and Baseball . . .Enjoys all sports . . . Has three children. 48MR. THOMAS COE B. A. Ohio Northern University MR. SPENCER GILCHRIST B.S. Ohio State University M.E. University of Toledo Teaches History . . . Junior High Coach . . . Enjoys reading and watching people . . . Has two children. Teaches General Science and Phys. Ed. . . . Coaches Football and Track . . . Likes to fish . . . and travel. MR. WILLIAM EVANS B. A. Ohio Northern University MR. GARY LORA B.S. in Music Education Bluffton College Teaches Social Studies and History . . . Enjoys photography . . . hunting . . . fishing . . . Has one daughter . . . may become a farmer. Vocal Music Instructor ... Inspired the Chorus to bring home a ’’Superior” from District . . . Likes to travel. 49MRS. ANTHONY L. MILNAR B.S.M. DePauw University M.S. in L.S. Catholic University MR. ARTHUR H. NORBERG B.S. in Ed. Ohio Northern University M.S. Ohio State University Librarian . . . English XI . . . Likes to read and do needlework . . . Travels at every opportunity. Teaches Chemistry and Biology . . . Advises Hi-Y . . . Enjoys stamp and coin collecting . . . hunting . . . fishing . . . Has three children. MR. RONALD MOTTER B.S. in Ed. Ohio Northern University MR. LOWELL REESE A.B. Ohio Northern University Teaches English . . . Directs plays . . . Enjoys fishing . . . reading . . . gardening . . . Has two children. Teaches Math and Bookkeeping . . . Supervises Ada Swimming Pool in the summer . . . Has two teenage children.Teaches Industrial Arts Drawing . . . Supervises Stage Crew . . . Likes hunting . . . fishing . . . Has two daughters. Teaches Vocational Agriculture . . . Department has two State Farmers . . . Likes hunting . . . Fishing. Teaches Girls’ Physical Education . . . Plays a good game of golf . . . Enjoys gardening . . . Has two children. MRS. HAROLD REMSBURG A.B. College of Wooster MRS. CARL SLEESMAN B.S. in Dual Education Ohio Northern University Teaches Geography 7 and English 8 . . . Enjoys stereo records . . . sewing . .. reading . . . Has three children.MRS. NORMAN J. SPITZER B.S. in Home Economics Ohio University MR. NORMAN J. SPITZER A.B. Defiance College M. A. Ohio State University Teaches Home Economics . . . Enjoys sewing . . . gardening . . . reading . . . Has one son in college. Teaches Arithmetic 8 . . . Algebra I and Algebra II . . . Plane Geometry . . . Enjoys bowling and golf. MRS. ROBERT WOODS B.S. in Ed. Bowling Green State University MRS. GLEN STAVENGER Regina Grey Nun's Hospital Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada Teaches English X and XII . . . Advises school paper staff . . . Enjoys reading . . . watching husband play basketball . . . School Health Nurse . . . Enjoys sewing . . . growing flowers . . Has two sons. 52MRS. HOWARD McBRIDE High School Secretary Board of Education Secretary Mrs. McBride does the many little (and big) jobs that are needed . . . Always has a smile . . . Enjoys music . . . sewing . . . cooking . . . reading . . . Has one son. MRS. ROBERT LaRUE Lunch Cashier Mrs. LaRue greets everyone with a smile as the lunch line moves . . . Enjoys home decorating . . . crocheting . .. Has three children. OFFICE GIRLS: Charlotte Willeke, Sandy Park, Bonnie Archer, Ellen Sobers, Barbara Kain, Cathy Smith, Linda Shellenbarger, Beth Bowden, Karen Krofft. 53LIBRARIANS: Roscoe Dearth, Nancy Price, Bill Hawley, Nancy Klingler, Russ Kirk, Jeanette Willeke, Maxine Garver, Phoebe Darlington, Ruth Fletcher, Joyce Prater, Jane Hawley, Vicki Crouse, Ron Griffin, Joanna Roof. WE SHELVE BOOKS STUDENT ASSISTANTS WE CONSTRUCT SCENERY STAGE CREW: Advisor--Mr. Rex, Tom Rodabaugh, Dave Martin, Frank Elzay, Tim Rodabaugh, Tom Ring, Robert Wolke, Donald Emlinger, Carl Wilkerson. s«SPECIAL SERVICES MRS. SIGNE WOODS Study Hall Supervisor . . . one son . . . enjoys reading and golf . . . "Someone’s Talking.' CUSTODIANS Mr. Durand Mr. Brown Mr. Shadley Mr. La Rue Mr. Weihrauch "A Place for Everything" BUS DRIVERS: Mr. Epley, Mr. Wolke, Mr. LaRue. Mr. Moore, Mr. Burman, Mr. Reese . . . "Something New." COOKS: Mrs. Koop, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Stair, Mrs. Hathaway, Mrs. Fox . . . "Mmm Mmm Good." 55FOR HIGH SCHOOL WALLS AND HIGH SCHOOL HALLS, WE LOVE THEE BEST OF ALL59th ANNUAL Student Council President Don Dunbar presents the Interclass Cup to the President of the Class of 1965. SENIORS CAPTURE CUP Sophomore President Pat Klingler receives skit plaque for winning skit pictured at right. Mark Staley 'The Single Word" Short Story Jean Towey "The American Way" Essay Donna Koch "The Pill that Changed the World" Oration Nancy Price "Isn't Nature Wonderful" Reading ‘denotes winning contestant 58INTERCLASS CONTEST Juniors won $10 award for decorations Sophomores perform in winning skit Dama Wirries "Lest We Forget" Short Story Jaque Ludwig "Clothes Make the Man" Reading John Rodgers "Teenagers: Punks or People" Oration Pat Klinger "The Stars and Stripes" Essav SOPHOMORES 59 r "Ready for the big night. " •— ■ — • • APRIL 9, 1965 "And that's just the way it happened." CAST Hildcguard .... Freddie .......... Father............ Mother ........... Ellie May .... Jill.............. Mr. Shermer . . . Mrs. Shermer . . . Page Mason . . . . Jimmy............. Bob............... Sally............. Student Director . . Student Director . . Director ......... Barb Kain David Wirt Joe Ferguson Linda Shellenbarger Rita Rodgers Karen Krofft Roger Ballinger Sandy Park Joyce Prater Leland Crouse Steve Hoch Nancy Sonnett Celeste Heifner Dan Anspach Mr. Ronald Motter 60CAST Dr. John Hillary . Dr. Robert Hillary Pa Brown......... Ma Brown......... Margeret Burns . Dick Burns . . . . Janet Martin . . . . Dr. Edmond Brand Helen Brand . . . Mary Selby .... Mrs. Rossi . . . . Mrs. Cornin . . . Mrs. Mellon . . . Lois Warner . . . Mr. Hepple . . . . Student Director . Student Director . Director ........ A1 Wright John Davis Don Dunbar Nancy Price Jackie Phillians Steve Reese Miriam Hall Rex Keith Diane Hackworth Jacquie Love Janice Neiswander Vicki Crouse Ruth Fletcher Sharon Brewer Jerry Simmons Diane K1 ingler Jane Brown Mr. Ronald Motter "Lights . . . Camera . . . Action" SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS "OLD DOC" NOVEMBER 13, 1964 "Isn’t she sweet." 61UNDERCLASSMENPresident Vice-President Becky Hoffman Joe Bischoff Secretary Barb Bowden Treasurer Bob Plummer D. Anspach R. Ballinger B. Baughman A. Binkley D. Bosse T. Brown CLASS OF 1966 Clark M. Cook J. Crist L. Crouse P. Darlington S. Downing H. Dudgeon D. Emlinger J. Bucher D. J. Crowe L. CurtisC. Heifner S. Hoch P. Holbrook D. Hughes C. Hesser S. Herman B. Kain D. Keller R. Kirk M. Klingenberger K. Krofft L. Lenhart J. Ludwig J. Martin T. McCool C. Miller M. Moloney F. Montgomery A. Nelson S. Park H. Parsons J. Prater C. Risner D. Robinson L. Robinson 64L. Shellenbarger M. Siferd D. Simon S. Simon E. Sobers N. Sonnett L. Sousley L. Spradlin R. Stambaugh J. Stobbe B. Tackett D. Tressel J. Weller D. Wirt R. Wolke D. Wyss D. Yoakam R. Wireman Absentees: Horn, L. Tirid, L. Wright, H. Winegardner, C. 65President Pat Klingler Vice President Dan Archer CLASS OF 1967 Secretary Jeanette Willeke Treasurer Polly Spar R. Brite K. Curtis J. Everhart A. Butterfield L. Cheney R. Griffin R. Hall S. Harmon B. Clapper G. Devier R. Conley C. Hathaway E. Curtis M. Elzay R. Hattery J. Hawley B. Hays C. Heckart G. Jackson J. Jones D. Keller 66R. Newland J. Rodgers P. Phillians M. Prichard C. Rayl N. Runser S. Rush C. Sanders G. Vandemark J. Weller N. Williams K. Wire Absentees: Jeff Miller, Barb Prater, Mike Wright, Karen Zimmerly D. Link R. Miller J. Richards W. Shulaw G. Nelson T. Ring J. Sousley D. Umphress R. Wolke 67CLASS OF 1968 President Vice President Carol Bischoff Brian Peppier Secretary Treasurer Nancy Bosch Beth Bowden A. Andrade D. Badertscher C. Baughman M. Berger W. Butterfield E. Cheney W. Clum W. Cole B. Dearth S. Dunbar J. Ellison C. Emlinger L. English S. Epley J. Garver J. Hall J. Hall J. Herman W. Hewitt T. Holbrook M. Hubbell E. Kipker K. Klingler R. Klingler R. Lansing B. Layne J. Lee J. Lockwood P. Long R. Long B. Mankey S. Marshall M. Moloney 69C. Mowery A. Neiswander A. Nelson D. Newland H. Prater T. Prichard J. Rausch L. Reissig S. Rodabaugh B. Roof J. Roof R. Roth R. Shields D. Shilling S. Sobers E. Staley J. Stobbe M. Tarr D. Tidd N. Tressel L. Umphress J. Umphress W. VanAtta C. Weimer J. Wilkerson G. Wilkerson J. Williams L. Wilson D. Wirt R. Wright W. Wright R. Wyss 69 Absentees: Irvin Early, Elvira Gonzalez, David Martin, Ron Staley, Robert StullCLASS OF ’69 President Vice President Sec.-Treas. Janet Hoffman Chris Miller JoAnn Love J. DaPore L. Darlington A. Dearth J. Dearth M. Edens A. Elzay B. Emlinger D. Fancher F. Ferguson L. Fleming D. Hackworth A. Hancock S. Harris B. Harris J. Hays G. Herman D. Hoffman M. Hubbell D. Hull L. Jackson L. Jenkins J. Jones B. Keith S. Keller K. Klingler R. Klingler B. Koch C. Krofft K. Krofft S. Lehman D. Lemin S. Krofft P. Mankey R. Manley C. Marshall T. Martin P. Snyder J. Stobbe L. Tarr S. Taylor S. Wagner S. Westrick J. Wilkerson M. WilkersoVi M. Wireman S. Wright Absentee: Rice Winegardner 70CLASS OF 70 President Vice President Sec.-Treas. Paul Simon Pamela Graham Mary Crider D. Archer M. Brown K. Casper L. Cheney R. Clark P. Conley C. Crouse K. Crouse M. Daft T. Da Pore T. Davis R. Dicus T. Dodge K. Dunbar G. Elwood T. English D. Fletcher D. Fletcher M. Goodwin K. Hall D. Hays N. Helser J. Hinds T. Holbrook S. Hubbell J. Keller R. Keller J. Kepler B. Koch W. Lawrence D. Long L. Long M. E. Martin C. Miller J. Neiswander T. Neiswander A. Nelson L Nelson S. Norton D. Peppier J. Pifer S. Price J. Prichard J. Reese N. Reichert P. Ring M. Romick S. Roth L. Shadley C. Simon D. Smith M. Sousley M. Spar J. Tackett D. Tarr M. B. Tipple B. Treen B. Udy K. Umphress V. Umphress S. VanAtta L. Wagner S. Weller S. Willey D. Williams L. Williams G. Wire W. Worthington R. Zimmer 71 Absentees: Steve Culbertson, Dan Duran, Moses GonzalezWE SENIORS PRESIDENT Jerry Simmons VICE PRESIDENT Charlotte Wiileke TREASURER Bill Hawley SECRETARY Jackie Philiians CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose CLASS COLORS Gold and White CLASS MOTTO One step at a time, but always forward i -is : • 1 »• r. - „4 KENNETH R. AMBURGEY BONNIE K. ARCHER LINDA R. AUSTIN ,, y-K.j-’f . ■ •: ■ : ■, PAUL V. BASINGER PAUL E. BAUGHMAN SHARON L. BREWER 73WE WORK JANE C. BROWN j i; X'’' trv.y.i; »■. »■ . ,• ; ?»•(.. W.".-«T?y .•'.VA.V'A ;• JUDI A. BROWN STEVEN J. BURRIS RICHARD W. CLARK CLAUDIA L. CLUM CHARLES J. CONLEY VICKI L. CROUSE $•'3 K« C.'r.’.jUS f.t kJr a ’A •'O- : 7 ? 8ft v r.v.p t £.■ .• ? • ■- t w : 74LADONNAJ. DEARTH JOHN S. DAVIS J. RUSSELL DEARTH MARGARET E. DELONG 75 MAH LON S. DARLINGTON AND PLAY LARRY D. CUNNINGHAM ROSCOEJ. DEARTHSTEVEN A. DEVIER DOREEN D. DIOMEDE DOROTHY A. DOBNICKER FRANK W. ELZAY DAVID E. DOWNING JAY E. EPLEY WE ACT DONAVIN D. DUNBAR t t.' Vv -rX v z •1%•• f '■ i . •»• ;W • AND ENJOY RUTH ANN FLETCHER CHUCK GOODWIN JUDITH A. FLEMING ROBERT A. FOX 1. •- - ‘.fj - - ir. v Ifv ('■.V V £ SUZANNE L. FAILOR D. LOUISE FOGLE LOWELL N. GREEN PATRICIA A. GUIDER 2®k'r . Zi, . aV » v'vjWs '■ ’ • '-. . ’• DRENA R. HATHAWAY JOHN W. HALL LARRY M. HATTERY I jT v !•. • • «• j.jr- MIRIAM R. HALL % OT'. f i r.x WILLIAM B. HAWLEY '»wo ifhf 'H 'AX r ■: A DIANE S. HACKWORTH WE DECORATE .v :0 '■i v ;-x.'x ? «■’ s, z i-5 78AND DANCE JANE I. HELSER tfpf rw : r4 -'.VVHi fc » ■ SW. UTA. • ' rr r .v.» XTVW' ?«; MARY L. HUSTON WILLIAM K. JENNINGS TERRY L. JOHNSON REX KEITH ALBERT W. KELLER CHERYL A. KINDLE 79WE READ RONALD R. KIPKER •v: «, i- . . V. -r.-.; rtvobvrVTOCC'iVf’ DIANNE L. KLINGLER RICHARD E. KLINGLER DONNA JEAN KOCHAND TALK JACQUELINE K. LOVE GARY R. LUDWIG NORA L. MARTIN DALE A. MILLER i f “:2V, ’ :v LINDA L. MOSER JANICE L. NEISWANDER PEGGY D. NELSON 8182 JOANNAM. ROOF GERALD R. RUSH WILLIAM P. SHULAWWE PERFORM JERRY A. SIMMONS 5 I '-'.ii-.’S-0? $ CATHERINE A. SMITH WAYNE E. SIMON JAY SIZEMORE GARY E. TIDD JEAN E. TOWEY STALEY MARK E. 83ALICE M. VAN ATTA WE STUDY LARRY R. WELLER CARLE. WILKERSON CHARLOTTES. WILLEKE .arV t- xry it I 1 ♦ A’ » n ». Svi ►4 • ' Sc ‘ j .ft- - V fl 1, GARY R. WILLEKE THOMAS LEE WILLIAMS 84 THOMAS L. WILLIAMS4 AND RELAX ALVA J. WRIGHT v • ■ - ., , — -«■ sv I . 1 JAMES R. WRIGHT SHARAMAINE WRIGHT PAULA J. YINGER CHARLES E. YOUNGPRESENTED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS MAY 15, 1965Watch your step. 87AMBURGEY, KENNETH R.--Class President 1; Class Secretary 3; Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4, Co-captain 4; Track 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Athlete of the Year Award 4. ARCHER, BONNIE K.--National Honor Society 3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Latin Club 1,2, Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; We Staff 3,4, Administration Editor 3, Senior Editor 4; Band 1, 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Office Girl 4. AUSTIN, LINDA R.--F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, Secretary 3; Y-Teens 2; Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Voice Staff 4; Chorus 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 2. DEVIER, STEVEN A.--F.F.A. 1, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1; Librarian 3, 4. BASINGER, PAUL V.--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 2,3,4. BAUGHMAN, PAUL E.--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, General Livestock Judging Team 2; Band 1, 2,3; Football Manager 4; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Track Manager 1,2,3, 4. BREWER, SHARON L.--F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 2,3, 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Class Play 4; Librarian 3, 4. BROWN, JANE C.--Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Class Play 4. BROWN, JUDI A.--Y-Teens 2.3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Majorette 3,4; Chorus 2; Class Play 3; Homecoming Attendant 3. BURRIS, STEVEN J.--Attended Riverdale High School 2,3; Chorus 1,4; Football 4; Baseball 4. CLARK, RICHARD W. CLUM, CLAUDIA L.--Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, President 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4; Class Play 3. CONLEY. J. CHARLES CROUSE, VICKI L.--National Honor Society 4; French Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff 3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Administration Editor 4; Band 1,2,3; Class Play 4; Librarian 4; Cafeteria Helper 3. CUNNINGHAM, LARRY D. DARLINGTON. MAH LON S.--Chorus 3,4. DAVIS, JOHN S.--Attended Riviera Beach High School, West Palm Beach, Florida 1,2,3; Hi-Y 4; Class Play 4. DEARTH. LADONNA J.--F.H. A. 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3; Voice Staff 3,4, Art Editor 4; Cafeteria Helper 1,3. 88 DEARTH, ROSCOE J.--National Honor Society 4; World Affairs Conference 4; Latin Club 1,2, President 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, President 4; Science Club 4, President 4; ClassDEARTH, J. RUSSELL--F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4, Sentinel 3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,3,4, Dairy Judging Team 2; Football 2; Track 1,2,3. DELONG, MARGARET E. DEVIER, STEVEN A.--F.F.A. 1, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1; Librarian 3,4. DIOMEDE, DOREEN D.--F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4. DOBNICKER, DOROTHY A.--Valedictorian 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; World Affairs Conference 4; French Club 1,2, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 1; Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Voice Staff 1,2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4, News Editor 3, Art Editor 2. DOWNING. DAVID E.--Hi-Y 4; Chorus 4; Football 2. DUNBAR. DONAVIN D.--National Honor Society 4; Interclass 3; Latin Club 1,2; Student Council 1,2,4, President 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Class Play 3,4; Science Club 3,4, Reporter 4; Football 3; Track 1,2. DUNN, JOHN E.--Attended Elizabeth-Forward High School, Elizabeth, Pa. 1. ELZAY, FRANK W.--Hi-Y 2,3,4; Chorus 1; Stage Crew 1,2,3, 4, President 4. EPLEY, JAY E. --Hi-Y 4, Tinsel Ball King 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 4. FAILOR, SUZANNE L.--National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass 2; French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Leadership Training Conference 3, U.N. Trip 4; Student Council 2,3,4, Secretary 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Valentine Attendant 2; We Staff 2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Organization Editor 3; Band 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 2, Secretary 2, Accompanist 2; Office Girl 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2. FLEMING. JUDITH A.--French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 3; Cafeteria Helper 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4. FLETCHER, RUTH A.--F.H. A. 1,2, 3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Songleader 4; Chorus 2, Librarian 2; Class Play 3, 4; Librarian 3,4. FOGLE, D. LOUISE--Attended Indian Lake High School 3; French Club 4; F.H.A. 1,2, Songleader 2; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Voice Staff 1; Chorus 1,2,4. FOX. ROBERT A.--Band 1,2,3; Class Play 3; Track 1,2,3. GOODWIN, CHUCK--Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Baseball 2,3.4. GREEN, LOWELL N.--Attended Riverdale High School 1,2; Football 3. GUIDER, PATRICIA A.--Chorus 1,2,3; Cafeteria Helper 1. HACKWORTH. DIANE S.--French Club 1, 2; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Class Play 3,4. HALL, JOHN W.--Attended Auglaize High School, Harrod 1,2; F.F.A. 3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 3, 4, Dairy Judging Team 3. HALL, MIRIAM R. --National Honor Society 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 2,3, 4, Intramural Manager 4; Voice Staff 1,3,4, News Editor 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Student Director 4; Chorus 2,3, Librarian 2, Reporter 3; Class Play 4. HATHAWAY, DRENA R.--F. H. A. 1, 2,3, 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Intramural Manager 4, Valentine Attendant 4; Voice Staff 4; Cafeteria Helper 1,2,3,4. HATTERY, LARRY M. --Chorus 1. HAWLEY, WILLIAM B.--Class Treasurer 4; Latin Club 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4, Cocaptain 4; Track 3. HELSER, I. JANE--F. H. A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 4. HUSTON, MARY L.--Attended McGuffey High School 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Chorus 3,4. JENNINGS, WILLIAM K.--Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,4; Track 1,2, 3,4. JOHNSON, TERRY L. - -Class Play 3; Football I, 2,3, 4; Track 1. KEITH, REX--F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,3,4, Dairy Judging Team 3,4, General Livestock Judging Team 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4. KELLER. ALBERT W.--F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,3, 4, Student Advisor 3. KINDLE. CHERYL A.--National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass 2; French Club 1,2, Secretary 2, Treasurer 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Reporter 4, U.N. Trip 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 2,3,4, President 4, Vice-President 3, Accompanist 1; Class Play 3; Cafeteria Helper 1. KIPKER, RONALD R.--Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2. KLINGLER, DIANNE L. --Attended Lafayette Jackson High School 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Intramural Manager 4; Band 2; Chorus 3; Class Play 4; Office Girl 3. KLINGLER, RICHARD E. —Latin Club 2; Chorus 1,2,3; Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Track 1,2,3.KOCH, DONNA J.--National Honor Society 4; Interclass 4; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Voice Staff 2, 3, 4, Social Editor 4, Art Editor 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4. KROFFT, WILLIAM H.--National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Science Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Voice Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4; We Staff 2, 4; Class Play 3; Track 1, 2,3, 4. LONG, PATRICIA L.--F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, President 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Voice Staff 4. LONG, SUE A.--French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Leadership Training Conference 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; We Staff 3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Music Editor 4; Chorus 3. LOVE, JACQUELINE K.--Salutatorian 4; National Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4; Chorus 2.3, President 3, Vice-President 2, Accompanist 1,2, 3,4; Class Play 4. LUDWIG, GARY R.--National Honor Society 4; Class President 2,3; Class Secretary 1; F.F.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Dairy Judging Team 3.4, General Livestock Judging Team 2, State Farmers Degree 4; Football 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3, 4. MARTIN, NORA L.--Attended Shawnee High School 1,2,3. MILLER, DALE A.--F.F. A. 1,2, 3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, Librarian 2; Cafeteria Helper 3; Track 2. MOSER, LINDA L.--F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, Treasurer 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Cafeteria Helper 2.3. NEISWANDER, JANICE L.--F.H.A. 1,2, Secretary 2; G.A.A. 2,3; We Staff 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Class Play 3, 4; Office Girl 3. NELSON, PEGGY D.--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Cafeteria Helper 2,4; Cheerleader 3. PHILLLANS, JACQUELINE--Class Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 3; Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Tinsel Ball Queen 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 4; Class Play 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1. PRICE, NANCY A.--Interclass 3,4; French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; We Staff 3, 4, Business Editor 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2; Class Play 3, 4; Librarian 3.4. RAINEY, BILL R.--Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2. REESE, STEPHEN C.--National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Play 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. ROOF, JOANNA M.--Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Librarian 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4. RUSH, GERALD R.--Student Council 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Football 2,3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. SHULAW, WILLIAM P.--National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4; Interclass 2; Latin Club 1,2, Vice-President 2; F.F.A. 1,2,3, Reporter 3, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1, 2, 3; We Staff 2; Chorus 1; Track 1, 2, 3. SIMMONS, JERRY A.--Class President 4; Class Vice-President 2; Class Treasurer 3; Chorus 3, 4; Class Play 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4. SIMON, WAYNE E.--Chorus 1,2; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 1. SIZEMORE, JAY SMITH, CATHERINE A.--National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2,3; Voice Staff 2,3,4, Feature Editor 3; Band 1, 2,3; Class Play 3; Office Girl 4. STALEY, MARK E.--Interclass 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1, 2, 3, 4. TIDD, GARY E. --Chorus 1,2, 3, 4. TOWEY, JEAN E.--Attended Alger High School 1,2; National Honor Society 4; Interclass 3,4; G.A.A. 4, Valentine Queen 4; Band 3,4, President 4; Chorus 3,4. VAN ATTA, ALICE M.--Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 1,2,3; Cheerleader 2.WELLER, LARRY R. --Chorus 3, 4; Track 2. WILKERSON, CARL E.--Stage Crew 1,2,3; Football Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 1, 2; Track 1, 2. WILLEKE, CHARLOTTE S.--National Honor Society 4; Class Vice-President 4; F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Valentine Attendant 3; Chorus 1; Class Play 3; Office Girl 3, 4. WILLEKE, GARY R.--F.F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Dairy Judging Team 1, 2, 3, 4, General Livestock Judging Team 1,2; Band 1, 2; Track 2. WILLIAMS, THOMAS L.--Chorus 1,2,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3. WILLIAMS, THOMAS LEE--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,3, 4, General Livestock Judging Team 1,2,3, 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Track 3. WINEGARDNER, CHAR LA--Attended Lima Senior High School 1,2,3. WRIGHT, ALVA J.--F.F.A. 1,2, Parliamentary Procedure Team 2; Hi-Y 4; Chorus 2, 3; Science Club 4; Class Play 3, 4. WRIGHT, JAMES R.--F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Cafeteria Helper 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. WRIGHT, SHARAMAINE--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Homecoming Queen 4. YINGER, PAULA J.--F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4, Reporter 3. YOUNG, E. CHARLES--Attended Charleston High School, Charleston, West Virginia 1,2. 91CLASS OF 1965 LARGEST EVER . . . 92COMMENCEMENT Lehr Auditorium Sunday, May 23, 1965 8:00 P. M. •Processional, Trumpet Voluntary Mrs. Albert Gminder, Organist •Invocation Raymond Minnich, Pastor St. Mark’s Lutheran Church Music, Let There Be Peace On Earth Hosanna to the Son of David A Cappella Choir Gan’ L. Lora, Director Presentation of Speaker Robert G. Lucas Superintendent of Schools Class Address K. C. DeGood Associate Dean. College of Education University of Toledo Purcell Milier-Jackson Willan Presentation of Class Earl H. Younkman High School Principal Presentation of Diplomas Dr. Robert B. Elliott President, Board of Education Music, Sherzo - - - - Jacqueline Love Preludium and Allegro Mahlon Darlington Legende Heroique ... Miriam Hall •Benediction Raymond Minnich. Pastor •Recessional, Now Thank We All Our God Audience please stand Mendelssohn Mouquct Karq-Elert BOARD OF EDUCATION Dr. Robert B. Elliott .... President Robert J. Chandler ... Vice President Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh Robert Daft Mrs. Nancy DaPore R. B. Cretors Clerk-Treasurer nThe help of our patrons and advertisers make it possible for us to publish our yearbook. We appreciate your co-operation, and your aid is a symbol of our community to the school. We are proud to live in such a community, and we give you our deepest thanks. The WE Staff Says "THANKS" to the Patrons and to the Advertisers Whose Ads Appear on the Following Pages. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY CHIROPRACTOR OPTOMETRIST PHYSICIANS Dr. Larry Hubbell Thomas B. Martin Dr. Floyd Elliot Dr. Robert Elliot Dr. Robert B. Love DENTISTS VETERINARIAN Dr. William J. Shambarger E. R. Rodabaugh Dr. Mark B. Shull PATRONS ADA HERALD AHLENIUS CO. BADERTSCHER'S SOHIO SERVICE BINKLEY'S POULTRY MARKET BOUTWELL'S MEAT MARKET BROWN'S BARBER SHOP CONNER'S MUSIC STORE DALE'S BARBER SHOP FERGUSON INSURANCE GAMBLES GARDNER'S DRUG STORE HUBBELL'S MESSICK'S 5 ? TO $1.00 STORE PAUGH'S MARKET PRICE STOODT SAM'S SHOP UMPHRESS GARAGE VANDEMARK REALTYAthletic Equipment Basketballs Softballs Baseball Gloves Baseballs Footballs °HI0-KENTUCKY mfY PORTING 000Ds G'CO? °K IS HI II1 ___ Phone 634-4015 Ada, OhioRiding a bicycle isn't so bad, when you're going to the KIPKER’S ADA PLUMBING HEATING ADA THEATER "If you're in the dark about your plumbing, call Kipker's." Phone 634-3036 Ada, Ohio Phone 634-2856 130 S. Main Ada, Ohio McCURDY STEEL PRODUCTS Congratulations on Your 50th Anniversary 126 E. Buckeye Phone 634-4065 Manufacturers of Farm Equipment »6COLE MOTOR SALES Phone 634-3831 120 E. Buckeye Drive In and See! Ford . . . America's Liveliest, Most Carefree Car Phone 634-3026 105 S. Gilbert Ada, Ohio 97 ADA FARMERS EXCHANGE98 COMMUNITY OIL GAS Kenneth Cook Gasoline Oil Grease Distributors Ada, Ohio Phone 634-5851 ZIMMER BODY SHOP Free Estimates John Murphy "No Job Too Large or To Small Ada, Ohio Comer of 69 and 81 Phone 634-3796 MAIN DIME STORE "Where Friends Meet" Dale Gardner Ada, Ohio N. Main Street PENNINGTON BREAD 320 N. Main Lima, Ohio J. F. Renz Sons BakeryHUBER FURNITURE APPLIANCES "The Place Where Quality and Price Meet" Main Street Ada, Ohio Phone 634-4831 J. W. MERTZ HARDWARE "The Store Where You Can Find Most Household Fixtures and Supplies." Ill N. Main Ada, Ohio VARSITY BOOK STORE "An Experienced Operator Always on Duty" Ada, Ohio 501 N. Main "Here You Can Find Reading and Writing Supplies to Suit Your Needs." 510 S. Main Phone 634-4911 PAUL’S BARBER SHOPRISNER’S PHILLIPS 66 "Service That Satisfies" Phone 634-4982 951 S. Main HANSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service—Oxygen Equipped H. A. POWELL STUDIOS Ohio "Photography at Its Best" and Michigan 100TRYLBIA’S BEAUTY Phone 634-4096 SALON 112 W. Buckeye Open 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday thru Friday; Saturday and Evenings by Appointment. We Have Experienced Operators Specializing in Hair Coloring, Perms, Hair Shaping and Manicures. KLINGER’S PURE OIL Main and Buckeye Ada, Ohio Phone 634-4876 Road Service Wash Batteries I.G.A. FOODLINER Route 69 Phone 634-4881 C. A. Harris, Manager 101It's Time to Go to UMPHRESS JEWELERS 204 N . Main Ada, Ohio Diamonds . . . Watches . . . Silver China . . . Gifts Serving Ada for Years ADA SUPERMARKET Headquarters for Food Locker Service and Meat Processing 112 N. Main Phone 634-3831 F. H. BAILEY SONS BISCHOFF'S HIGHWAY OIL R.R. 1 Ada, Ohio Phone 634-2981 Serving Hardin County for 40 Years Ready Mixed Concrete Builder's Supplies General Excavating Concrete Septic Concrete Burial Vaults Ada, Ohio Kenton, Ohio 105BEV’S BEAUTY SHOP If You've Been Wondering Where to Get Your Hair Set, Go to Bev's Beauty Shop. PARSHALL’S CLOTHING STORE Main Street Ada, Ohio Clothes by Bobbie Brooks and Now Clothes for Every Member of the Family Say It with Flowers from BAUGHMAN'S GREENHOUSE 824 S. Simon Ada, Ohio 150 N. Walnut Dunkirk, OhioAVON BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Alice Clark—Operator 330 W. Buckeye Phone 634-3926 ADA ft ' Meadow Gold Cottage Cheese |Ce Cream Butter Milk Delivered Fresh Daily to Your Door Ada, Ohio MIlK'CRfAM It Adds Up to Call EARL'S PLUMBING HEATING RR I Ada, Ohio Phone 634-3826 After a dance when you need a quick "lift" come to the Dairy Queen. You may also want to take advantage of our miniature golf course. So come to the . . . DAIRY QUEEN Route 69 Ada, Ohio LONG'S MARATHON SERVICE Drive In, Please . . Drive Out, Pleased. 220 S. Main Ada, Ohio Phone 634-3851DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO 405 Findlay Rd Lima, Ohio SUPREME CLEANERS 512 S. Main Ada, Ohio Phone 634-4906 FIELD'S BAKERY 102 N. Main Ada, Ohio Weddings . . . Birthdays . . . Parties Pastries of All Kinds PRESTON FUNERAL HOME Oxygen Equipped 24 Hour Ambulance 202 S. Main Phone 634-4931 Ada, Ohio DAIRY HAL JEAN'S Daily Specials Char-Broiled Steaks Seafoods Ada, Ohio Phone 634-4806 SOUSLEY INSURANCE "If You're in Need of Insurance Come to Us." Phone 634-2886 Ada, Ohio Main Street PEPER DRUGS "We Handle Pharmaceutical Products and Specialize in Friendliness. 221 N. Main Phone 634-5881 LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK "Get Acquainted with Your Banker—Your Future Depends on Him. Your Bank is a Financial Department Store Than Handles Everything from Checking Accounts to transfers of Funds to Foreign Countries.STEINMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. "We Make Cabinets for Future Homemakers." Ada, Ohio 119 W. Buckeye Street JERI'S BEAUTY SHOP 108 E. Buckeye Phone 634-2826 Open Daily 9:00 to 5:00 Evenings Saturdays by Appointment Haircutting . . . Tinting . . . Bleaching Hair Conditioning NORADA LANES "For a Great Pastime Go Bowling!" Complete Bowlers Supplies Air-Conditioned Snack Bar Phone 634-5182 Ada, Ohio North on Route 69 EQUITY DAIRY 5 Groceries Ice Cream Milk Candy Open Weekdays and Sunday Phone 634-2946 107FAREWELL! ADA HIGH To Ada High, our own school, We raise our song today, We praise thee now, we serve thee In all our work and play. Our colors always flying, We’ll keep them ever up on high; To Ada High, our own school We’ll praise thee to the sky. For high school walls and high school halls, We love thee best of all. For Ada High, our own school, We'll always fight to win; We do our best to beat them Where'er we enter in; Our players always fighting, For victories they do their best For Ada High, our own school, We'll always stand the test; For high school ways and high school days, We love thee best of all. Sidney R. Boyd 108  Mg •av .r .-.TJT 4; t-j " ' '.-Si ■ ■! I I I I I I 1 


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