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Board of Education
Homecoming Game Homecoming Dance Student Council Marching Band Junior High Junior High Sports Junior Class Play Advertising
National Honor Society Honors
Senior Class Play
Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Yearbook Staff Cheerleaders Basketball Hi-Y Y-Teens
Tinsel Ball Valentine Dance G.A.A.
French Club Latin Club Voice Staff Advertising
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Mr. Robert Lucas, superintendent of Ada schools and member of the Board of Education, also has other important duties. He interviews and recommends prospective teachers, orders school supplies and materials, and is supervisor of the school's maintenance. He has four children and enjoys outdoor activities.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
SEATED: Mr. Robert Chandler, Mrs. Joe DaPore, PRESIDENT Robert M. Elliott, M.D., VICE PRESIDENT Dr.
R. E. Rodabaugh. STANDING: Mr. Robert Daft, Mr. Ronald Parshall, SUPERINTENDENT Robert G. Lucas, absent: R. B. Gretors, clerk
As Ada High School principal, Mr. Younkman serves as the athletic director and supervisor of the school's activities. He also supervises the teachers and maintains discipline around school. He has four daughters and enjoys reading in his spare time.
SEATED: SECRETARY Mrs. Robert Cole, Jr., TREASURER Mrs. Frank Brace, VICE PRESIDENT Mrs. Don Koch STANDING: PTA CARNIVAL CHAIRMEN Mr. Mrs. Orland Willeke, PRESIDENT Dr. Thomas Martin
9FACUPYMrs. Wiedemann - -ENGLISH 9
BACK ROW Mr. Motter
--ENGLISH 7, SPEECH --ENGLISH 11
Mrs. Sleesman Mrs. Price Mrs. Woods
--ENGLISH 8 --ENGLISH 12 --ENGLISH 10
BOYS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION--Mr. Arvin Curlis GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION--Mrs. Betsy Remsburg
VOCAL MUSIC--Miss Grace Metzker INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC--Mr. William Ansley
MR. WILUAM ANSLEY
MRS. MARGUARET BOZARTH
MR. THOMAS COE
MR. ARVIN CURLIS
MR. RICHARD LAWRENCE MISS GRACE METZKERSCHOOL NURSE Mrs. Viola Stavenger
AMERICAN HISTORY GOVERNMENT COMMERCIAL LAW ECONOMICS--Mr. Pennell
AMERICAN WORLD HISTORY--Mr. Thomas Coe
HISTORY SOCIAL STUDIES
GENERAL MATHEMATICS SOLID GEOMETRY TRIGONOMETRY--Mr. Reese ALGEBRA PLANE GEOMETRY--Mr. Spitzer
MR. ARTHUR NORBERG
MRS. VIRGINIA MILNAR
MR. RONALD MOTTER
MR. LAURENCE PENNELL
MR. LOWELL REESE
MRS. FRANCES PRICEGUIDANCE--Mr. Richard Sunderman LIBRARIAN--Mrs. Virginia Milnar DEAN OF GIRLS--Mrs. Wiedemann
SCIENCE 8--Mr. Robert Springer
BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY--Mr. Arthur Norberg
COMMERCIAL--Mrs. Marguaret Bozarth HOME ECONOMICS--Mrs. Betty Spitzer INDUSTRIAL ARTS--Mr. Richard Lawrence VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE--Mr. Saltzman
MRS. BETSY REMSBURG
MRS. BETTY SPITZER
MR. JOE SALTZMAN
MRS. JEAN SLEESMAN
MR. NORMAN SPITZER
MR. ROBERT SPRINGER
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« TO SERVICES
Mrs. Rosie Tong
HOMEROOM and STUDY HALL SUPERVISOR
Mrs. Ernestine Wiedemann FRENCH I and FRENCH II Mrs. Frances Price LATIN I and LATIN II
MRS. PAMELA WOODS
MRS. ERNESTINE WIEDEMANN
MR. RICHARD SUNDERMAN
14fiAib. Uoijj iiui AdB’uApy
With a pleasant smile, MRS. MAXINE McBRIDE performs the many tasks of a high school secretary. She types and mimeographs schedules, keeps financial records of all school activities, manages the office, and is very helpful to the faculty and the students. She was recently asked about her job and she gave us this answer, "I like to take dictation and do reports, but I especially like the bookkeeping. I enjoy working with the students, faculty, and administration--I find them the nicest people in the world. "
Chosen for responsibility and efficiency, the office girls assist Mrs. McBride and all the teachers at the odd jobs around Ada High School. They answer the telephone, run the ditto machine, and send notes to the teachers. These girls are truly assets to our school.
Left to right: Rhonda Miller, Carol Weimer, Beth Bowden, Alice Neis-wander, Monica Moloney, Linda English, Linda Shellenbarger.
Mrs. LaRue, the elementary secretary, performs many jobs in a day. She takes care of lunch money, types letters for Mr. Zimmerman, runs off papers on the ditto machine for the teachers and records grades. When asked about her job she answered, "I like all my jobs except the noisy lunchroom. "
"In the early morning light we bus drivers, Bernard Epley, Nolan Bur man, Bob La-Rue, Dean Moore, Cloyce Hauenstein and Charlie Reese, may be seen trudging to the bus garage to warm up the buses for our rounds."
"As you see, we custodians, Lacy Brown, Jud Shadley, Bob LaRue, and Clarence Weihrauch, are always smiling. Our mops, brushes, and other cleaning materials are kept in this room.
"We cooks, Mrs. Mabel Hathaway, Mrs. Doris Weihrauch, Mrs. Viola Fox, Mrs. Mary Koop, Mrs.
Elwanda Casper and Mrs. Evelyn Epley, prepare the food daily for the elementary and high school students."
16WE, TUB SfAGB CREW
Tom Ring Mike Prichard Larry Tidd
Advisor, Mr. Lawrence
Bob Wolke Don Lem in
Don Tidd Allen Elzay
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Assembles, and Ptouidb the Llcj[cfoacj.
WE, TUB STUDENT LIBRARIANS,
Carol Baughman Jane Herman Rose Ann Wolke Linda Cheney Linda Lenhart Anita Nelson Ruth Shields Anna Binkley Henrietta Prater Linda Sous ley
Betty Clapper Jane Hawley Bobbi Stambaugh Joyce Prater Maxine Garver Debbie Brown Myra Berger
Fifo Couuk, Qhdo Books, Uu$t tk Qhelh s, ami Chech Out Books.FRONT ROW: Coach Springer, Cole, Archer, Wyss, Peppier, Keller, Davis, Harris, J. Dearth, Baughman, DaPore,. Butterfield, Coach Curlis. MIDDLE ROW: Umphress, Edens, Long, B. Dearth, Emlinger, Marshall, Klinger, Mankey, Clark, Anspach. BACK ROW: Richards, Ludwig, S. Simon, Tressel, Tarr, Fleming, D. Simon, Rodgers, Griffith, Montgomery, Hays, Sage, McColl.
14-18 Allen East
24- 6 Pandora
14- 6 Spencerville
14- 0 Delphos Jefferson
14- 8 Columbus Grove
8- 0 Bluffton
14-43 Ottawa Glandorf
"The A .H .S. football squad was a unit that deserves a great amount of praise, " said head football coach Springer." The reserve and varsity units have compiled a record of 9-3-1, which should be considered excellent by anyone. The varsity posted the first winning season since 1961. There are undoubtedly many reasons why the squad had a successful season . The most important was that they had the desire to win plus the all important ability to come back after losing two consecutive ball-games. I am most anxious to what the 1966 season brings us and feel confident that Ada can always win if they continue with their driving desire to excel."
Ada did indeed have a thrilling season. Ada's "11" were top-notchers in everything they did. Steve Simon crashed through the tough opposition to become the top yard gainer and scorer. He twisted, surged, skipped, and galloped to gain 752 yards and 56 points. Lee Sage, a newcomer to Ada, led the passing attack, completing 24 of 62 passes. In tight spots, Jim Ludwig punted and ended the season with an average of 30.1 yards a punt. Ada had a year of football glory!aca third IN
N. W. C.
Coach Springer, Co-captains Steve Simon and Dave Simon, Coach Curlis
STANDING: Jim Ludwig, Norm Fleming, Steve Simon, Jim Griffith, Ron Wyss, Dave Simon, Jon McCool, Dennis Tressel. KNEELING: Dan Anspach, Bruce Hays, Bruce Dearth, Forrest Montgomery, Joe Bis-choff.
STANDING: Dan Archer, Dave Simon, Lee Sage,
Steve Simon, Norm Fleming, Jon McCool. KNEELING: Jim Ludwig, Forrest Montgomery, Dennis Tressel, Bruce Hays, Richard Conley, Dan Anspach, John Richards.BACK ROW: Ludwig , Tarr . Peppier , Griffith. FRONT ROW: J. Dearth, Smalley, Richards , T. McCool. (‘denotes Letter-men)
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BACK ROW: A. Conley, Montgomery , Bishchoff , Rodgers. FRONT ROW: Marshall, Umphress, Anspach , EdensVICTORY
Kipker . FRONT
BACK ROW: Tressel , R. Conley , Davis ROW: Baughman, B. Dearth, Harris.
Janis Hays, Joyce Stobbe, Karen Krofft, Connie Miller, and Rhonda Miller
"Beauty"and "Brawn"combined this year to make the 1965 Homecoming the most spectacular ever. Leading the Homecoming weekend festivities was the crowning of Karen Krofft as the 1965 Homecoming Queen. The Ada Bulldogs romped over the Spencer-ville Bearcats 14 to 6 to climax the evening. A dance, in honor of Queen Karen, was held the following evening.QUENN Karen and ESCORT Dave enjoy a wonderful evening that will long be remembered.
"AUTUMN MIST" enchanted the evening for Ada High’s Royalty. SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Joyce Stobbe and ESCORT Terry Davis, SENIOR ATTENDANT Connie Miller and ESCORT Dave Downing, QUEEN Karen Krofft and ESCORT Dave Simon, JUNIOR ATTENDANT Rhonda Miller and ESCORT Don McKinley, FRESHMAN ATTENDANT Janis Hays and ESCORT Bill Butterfield.
If you’re looking for the hardest working club at Ada High, the Student Council is probably your best bet. This group of students keeps themselves busy by working along with the teachers and administration in planning school activities, helping to solve problems, and in making suggestions to improve our Alma Mater.
To make money and to keep us students busy, the Council sponsors activity tickets, Homecoming, Interclass, assemblies, Career Night, the Senior and Junior High parties, and sells refreshments at all home basketball games.
Our Council is a member of the Area Student Council which is made up of representatives of Northwest Conference schools and meets once a month to exchange ideas.
HISTORIAN Barbara Prater gives information to: BACK ROW: SOPHOMORE Steve Dunbar, SENIOR Becky Hoffman, FRESHMAN Jerry Dearth, FRESHMAN Fred Ferguson. MIDDLE: 8th GRADE Dave Archer, 8th GRADE Don Hays, 7th GRADE Russ Berger, SOPHOMORE Bill Van Atta. FRONT ROW: SENIOR Sandy Park, JUNIOR Dama Wirries, 7th GRADE Connie Hepner
CAREER NIGHTPRESIDENT Jim Estep ADVISOR Mrs. Wiedemann VICE PRESIDENT Helen Parsons (AREA STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT)
OUR COUNCIL LEADERS
SECRETARY Jeanette Willeke TREASURER Neil Williams ASSISTANT ADVISOR Mr. Pennell
FIRST ROW: Susan Hubbell, Laima Abele, Lynette Darlington, Pam Graham, Susan Roth, Sharon Rod-aba ugh. 2nd ROW: Janet Hoffman, Jacque Ludwig, Cathy Simon, Bev Koch, Bev Keith, Cathy Marshall, Janet Scott. 3rd ROW: Debbie Brown, Chris Lehman, Karen Krofft, Nancy Sonnett, Lynn Jackson, Becky Hall, Cecily Miller, Diane Peppier. TOP ROW:
JoAnn Love, Barb Koch, Pat Conley, Mike Hubbell, Kathy Lucas, Kathy Dunbar, Janis Hays.
SENIOR . . . BECKY HOFFMAN
Celeste Heifner, Jeanne Scott, Joyce Stobbe, Karen Casper, Jon Crist
SENIOR . . . JANE STOBBE
Connie Miller, Linda English, Debby Wirt, Sandra Krofft, Randall Hattery
FRESHMAN . . . SHARON SOUSLEY
FIRST ROW: Steve Dunbar, Bob Lucas, Doyle Long, Gary Jack-son, Tim Rodabaugh. 2nd ROW: Russell Kirk, Vicki Umphress, Nancy Klingler, Carol Bischoff, Joe Ferguson, Dale Badertscher 3rd ROW: Mark Daft, Carol Baughman, Melinda Sousley, Tom Rodabaugh, Leland Crouse, Greg Elwood, Christine Miller, Susan Price. TOP ROW: Dave Wirt, Jim Estep, John Hall.
FRESHMAN . . . JUDY JONES
27SECRETARY-TREASURER Candee Dock PRESIDENT Kay Van Atta VICE PRESIDENT Jill Austin
Ryan AMEY Jeff ANDERSON Susan ANSPACH
Jill AUSTIN Deanita BAHR James BAKER John BAUGHMAN
Sharon BEGLEY Russell BERGER Kathryn BETTI NGER Gary BINKLEY
Tana BINKLEY Ann BISCHOFF Lon BRITE Brenda BROWN
Pamela BROWN Russell BROWN Jean CASTLE Bill CHENEY
CLAQQ OF 1971
Vicki CONLEY Gerbert DARLINGTON Larry DEARTH Candace DOCK Michael DUDGEON Gary FLEMING Thomas GILBERT
Terry GRANT Randall HACKWORTH Vicki HACKWORTH Faith HALL Scott HANEY Connie HEPNER Stephen JENKINS
Ronelda JOHNSON Vic JONES Hans KAIN Becky KELLER Nancy KELLER Keith KLINGENBERGER John KL1NGLER
Emmitt LAWRENCE Donna LAYNE John LEGG Fred LOCKWOOD Greg LONG Rick LONG Dennis MANLEY
Diane MANLEY Diane RING Robb ROUSH Paulette SCHMIDT Randy SMALLEY Dennis SMITH Edwin SNYDER
Michael STOODT Shanna STUART Carol TARR Richard THOMAS Samuel TONG Anne UDY Kay VAN ATTA
Rebecca WHETZLER Bill WILCOX Jacqueline WILEY Steven WILLEY Robin WILLIAMS Anthony WOLKE Laurence WRIGHT
28David ARCHER Mike BROWN Karen CASPER Larry CHENEY Randy CLARK
Patricia CONLEY Mary CRIDER Craig CROUSE Kelly CROUSE
Mark DAFT Tally DaPORE Tim DAVIS Richard DICUS Tom DODGE
Kathy DUNBAR Dan DURAN Greg EL WOOD Tim ENGLISH Deborah FLETCHER
Della FLETCHER Moses GONZALEZ Mike GOODWIN Kathy HALL Don HAYS
VICE PRESIDENT Dave Archer SEC.-TREAS. Diane
Nolan HELSER Jeff HINDS Tom HOLBROOK Debra HOWARD Susie HUBBELL James KELLER Rosalie KELLER Beverly KOCH
Wilber LAWRENCE Doyle LONG Linda LONG Charlotte LOWE Mary Ellen MARTIN Cecily MILLER Jim NEISWANDER Tom NEISWANDER
CLACQ O 1970
Peppier PRESIDENT Pam Graham
Annette NELSON Erwin NELSON Sandra NORTON Dan OBENOUR Donna OUSLEY Diane PEPPLER Jim PIFER Susan PRICE
Jewell PRICHARD John REDD John REESE Nancy REICHERT Patty RING Mike ROMICK Susan ROTH Ricardo SASTRE
Lloyd SHADLEY Cathy SIMON Paul SIMON Diana SMITH Melinda SOUSLEY Mike SPAR James SPURR John TACKETT
David TARR Mary Beth TIPPLE Brenda TREEN Kay UMPHRESS Susan VAN ATTA Linda WAGNER Sylvia WELLER
Susan WILLEY Dean WILLIAMS Linda WILLIAMS Gary WIRE
Wayne WORTHINGTON Bob ZIMMERFOOTBALL
BACK ROW: G. Long, Smalley, Crouse, Helser, Gilbert, Sastre, Jenkins, Spar, Smith, Cheney, Berger, Dearth, Jones, Stute, A. Brown, Fleming, Neiswander. MIDDLE ROW: Reese, M. Brown, Simon, Tarr, Nelson, Clark, Goodwin, Tackett, Hayes, Redd, DaPore, Williams, Lenhart. FRONT ROW: Brite, R. Long, Archer, Pifer, Dicus, English, Zimmer, Worthington, Lockwood, Wright, Allen, Davis, Dudgeon, Coach Coe.
Diane Peppier, Kay VanAtta, Linda Long, Jill Austin, Pam Graham.
BASKETBALL BACK ROW: Hays, Long, Clark, Williams, Brown, Elwood. MIDDLE ROW: Reese, Duran, Goodwin, Tackett, Crouse, Pifer. FRONT ROW: Davis, Tarr, Nelson, Simon, English, Spar.
30JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTED
Mr. Morelock . . . Rick Pryor Mrs. Morelock . . .Pat Klingler Luigi Lanconi . . . Gary Jackson Mary Morelock . . Chris Lehman Jessica Morelock . Jacque Ludwig Mildred, the Maid . Barb Prater
Joe Lanconi........Bob Lucas
Martha Lanconi . . Jeanette Willeke
Miss Akers.........Marilyn Tarr
Mrs. Schmaltz . . . Linda Cheney
Dr. Brown..........Bruce Hays
Mr. Black..........Tom Ring
Mrs. Frink.........Peggy Duffy
Student Directors . Dama Wirries Nancy Runser Director...........Mr. Motter
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"No Job Too Large or Too Small"UNFOLDINGDu.u ) the School yeav e cA sWe t faced iwtu-viduol f u bie«£. [h attempting to solve whether
they cao fcuiei iK itawaftes cw ielahonship with a teacher, the student formed or reformed pot-teens of thoughts and Conduct. Quch adaptation bitilt and shaped character. The dally experiences of each student within his classes were hugely responsible for this. The wealth of knowledge ho acguixed lent him a sense of his individual tole in relation to- the rest of the world. Bach student now moves confidently toward his Individual future with a gioufing ftf -pieciatlon of what It offers him.Jere ANSPACH Dan ARCHER Kathie ARMSTRONG
John BAKER Becky BANKS Martha BEGLEY
Clair BINKLEY Linda BOSSE Ann BUTTERFIELD
ClASC OF 1967
SECRETARY Pat Klingler PRESIDENT Neil Williams TREASURER Coleen Hathaway VICE PRESIDENT Bruce Hays
Linda CHENEY Betty CLAPPER Allen CONLEY Richard CONLEY Ernie CURTIS Ken CURTIS
Terry DAVIS Gary DEVIER Peggy DUFFY Michele ELZAY John EVERHART Roger GRIFFIN
Cheryl GULLETT Becky HALL Donna HALL Steve HARMON Coleen HATHAWAY Jane HAWLEY
Bruce HAYS Cathy HECKART James HOWARD Gary JACKSON Jane JONES David KELLER
42Nancy KLINGLER Pat KLINGLER Phyllis LEGG Christine LEHMAN David LINK Bob LUCAS
Jacque LUDWIG Steve MANKEY Nancy MANLEY Jon Me COOL Rhonda MILLER Gary NELSON
Bob NEWLAND Pat PH ILL IANS Barbara PRATER Mike PRICHARD Rick PRYER Charles RAYL
John RICHARDS Tom RING Lon ROBINSON John RODGERS Nancy RUNSER Sue RUSH
Lee SAGE Cheryl SANDERS Wilma SHULAW Jeff SOUSLEY Paula SPAR Nancy STAMBAUGH
Carol TACKETT Marilyn TARR Carol TRAUCHT Duane UMPHRESS Gary VANDEMARK James WELLER
Jeanette WILLEKE Neil WILLIAMS Keith WIRE Dama WIRRIES Robert WOLKE
43PRESIDENT Steve Dunbar, VICE PRESIDENT Henrietta Prater, TREASURER Bill Butterfield, SECRETARY Carole Weimer
ClASS OF 1968
Carol BISCHOFF Nancy BOSCH Beth BOWDEN Bill BUTTERFIELD Ethel CHENEY Bill CLUM
Bill COLE Bruce DEARTH Steve DUNBAR Judy ELLISON Cathy EMLINGLER Linda ENGLISH
Susan EPLEY JoAnn GARVER Elvira GONZALEZ Jerold HALL John HALL Jane HERMAN
Tim HOLBROOK Mary HUBBELL Eric KIPKER Karen KLINGLER Richard KLINGLER Richard LANSING
44Jack LEE Jean LOCKWOOD Pamela LONG Ray LONG Steve MARSHALL David MARTIN
Bart MEYER Monica MOLONEY Alice NEISWANDER Anita NELSON Larry OUSLEY Brian PEPPLER
Henrietta PRATER Teresa PRICHARD John RAUSCH Larry REISSIG Pat RETTIG Sharon RODABAUGH
Beth ROOF Joe ROOF Richard ROTH Ruth Ann SHIELDS David SHILLING Steve SOBERS
Edith STALEY Joyce STOBBE Mike TARR Don TIDD Nancy TRESSEL Jon UMPHRESS
Linda UMPHRESS Bill VAN ATTA Carole WEIMER Gary WILKERSON Judy WILKERSON Jack WILLIAMS
Leonard WILSON Deborah WIRT Rosemary WRIGHT Wayne WRIGHT Ron WYSS
45Laima ABELE Deanna AGIN
Lisa BADEN Marsha BAKER
PRESIDENT Pat Mankey VICE PRESIDENT Judy Jones
SECRETARY-TREASURER Fred Ferguson
CLAQQ OF 1969
Gene BELCH Celeste BRITE Deborah BROWN Marsha CASPER Christine CHENEY Mike COLE
Gary CONLEY Richard CRIBLEY Joe DaPORE Lynette DARLINGTON Alice DEARTH Jerry DEARTH
Mike EDENS Alien ELZAY Robert EMLINGER Diane FANCHER Fred FERGUSON Larry FLEMING
Dwain HACKWORTH Audrey HANCOCK Paul HANEY Steven HARRIS William HARRIS Janis HAYS
Gay HERMAN Dallas HOFFMAN Janet HOFFMAN Michael HUBBELL Debra HULL Lynn JACKSON
46Lorraine JENKINS Judy JONES Beverly KEITH Steven KELLER Kandace KLINGLER Ron KLINGLER
Barbara KOCH Charlene KROFFT Kathleen KROFFT Sandra KROFFT Susan LEHMAN Don LEMIN
William LINK Jo Anne LOVE Janice LOWE Kathy LUCAS Pat MANKEY Richard MANLEY
Cathy MARSHALL Thomas MARTIN Cathy MILLER Christine MILLER Niles PIFER Barbara PITTS
Joe PLUMMER John RICHARDS Connie REDD Ann RICHARDS Janet SCOTT Eric
James SHILLING Charles SIZEMORE Brad SMALLEY Pelma SNYDER Sharon SOUSLEY Jeanne STOBBE
Linda Tarr Sharon WAGNER Jane WILKERSON Mike WILKERSON Maude WIREMAN Sheila WRIGHT
47ADVISOR Mrs. Milnar
EDITOR Diane Wyss
BUSINESS MANAGER Barb Bowden
TUB. 1966 "WE” MANY OPPORTUNITIES
If you 're one of those unlucky souls who has to remain after school for something you certainly didn't do, you might hear a faint clamor of typewriters and the faint chatter of giggling girls . These noises are without a doubt coming from the library where the members of the annual staff are busily putting together the pieces of our yearbook.
Every year the members scurry about the town and school taking pictures, selling ads and annuals, and working in the coat check to help pay for it.
Jane Stobbe Coleen Hathaway Nancy Sonnett Jacque Ludwig
Nancy Klingler Becky Hoffman Karen Krofft
STAFF AT WORK (?)
Monica Moloney Alice Neiswander Richard Roth Jon Umphress
Carol Bischoff Betty Clapper Jeanette Willeke
48WORKING STAFF HAS FOR, fD£AS Sr ORIGINALITY
These eager beavers head out the door on their way to sell ads for the yearbook.
These staff members are among those who meet Wednesday nights after school to assemble your 1966 WE.
Barb Bowden Becky Hoffman Karen Krofft Nancy Sonnett Jane Stobbe Diane Wyss JUNIORS
Betty Clapper Coleen Hathaway Nancy Klingler Jacque Ludwig Jeanette Will eke SOPHOMORES Carol Bischoff Monica Moloney Alice Ne is wander Richard Roth Jon Umphress
Mrs . Milnar advises these hard working annual staff members .
Nancy Klingler, Linda English, Pat Phillians, Helen Parsons, Diane Wyss, Jacque Ludwig
WE’RE BACKING YOU, TEAM!
DianeSenior BOB PLUMMER CO-CAPTAIN
Junior LEE SAGE
Senior DENNY TRESSEL
Senior NORM FLEMING
Upper Scioto Valley New Riegel Rossford
Senior JOHN BUCHER
Junior CHARLIE RAYL
Senior JIM LUDWIG CO-CAPTAIN
Junior JON McCOOL
Senior STEVE SIMON
Junior BOB NEW LAND
Bob Newland, John Bucher, Norm Fleming, Jon Simon, Charlie Rayl, Bob Plummer, Coach Curlis
Coach Curlis thought that the 1965-1966 season was a success in three ways. We had a winning season as well as making money to help the financial situation. "Boys become men when men are needed", and Mr. Curlis felt the players became men this year. School spirit can also make the difference between a winning and a .losing team and season--our spirit reached a high this year.
Rebounding and defense were the strong points of the Bulldogs. The team took on a "never say die" attitude and ended the season with a 13-7 record and the Sectional Championship.
McCool, Denny Tressel, Jim Ludwig, Lee Sage, Steve OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES
Ludwig 24 pts. Allen East
Newland 20 pts. Hardin Northern
Sage 31 pts. Hardin Northern
Sage 20 pts. Bath
Sage 23 pts. Gomer
Ludwig 25 pts. Delphos Jefferson
Plummer 22 pts. Mohawk
Sage 21 pts. Upper Scioto Valley
Ludwig 24 pts. New Reigel
Next year's team looks promising to Coach Curlis, but he says that he must find someone to grab rebounds.
Head Coach Arvin Curlis Assistant Coach Bob Springer
Coach Curlis with Managers Hat-tery and Long
BACK ROW: Coach Springer, Peppier, Shilling, Badertscher, Sobers, Anspach, Butterfield, Manager Emlinger. FRONT ROW: Vandemark, Tarr, Richards, Meyer, Wilkerson
TORCH CARRIERS OF N TYEAR
FRESHMAN SQUAD BACK ROW: Keller, D. Hackworth, Prichard, Pifer. MIDDLE ROW: R. Hackworth, Plummer, J. DaPore, Klingler. FRONT ROW: Cribley, Edens, T. DaPore, Coach Coe
J.V. CHEERLEADERS Debbie Brown, Nancy Runser, Cathy Marshall, Mickey Elzay, Janis Hays
53BACK ROW: Jones, Garver, Scott, Rush, Kain, Heifner, Moloney, Clapper, Nelson, Sousley. 3rd ROW: Ludwig, Stobbe, Banks, Sanders, Bowden, Krofft, Elzay, Runser, Lehman. 2nd ROW: Spar, Darlington, Crowe, Rodgers, Binkley, Wyss, Traucht, Park, Armstrong. FRONT ROW: Hawley, Willeke, Phillians, Prater, Klingler, Miller, Begley, Tackett.
BACK ROW: Ludwig, Tressel, Sage, Plum'mer, Montgomery, S. Simon, Sousley. MIDDLE ROW: Wyss, Roff, Baker, Hays, Vandemark, Davis, Ludas. FRONT ROW: Bucher, Ballinger, D. Simon, Lee, Jackson.BACK ROW: Hubbell, Rodabaugh, Mankey, Rettig, Risner, Epley, Hall, Herman, Neiswander. 3rd ROW: Ellison, Wilkerson, Bowden, Stobbe, Moloney, Newland, Weimer, Hathaway. 2nd ROW: Jones,
H. Prater, Emlinger, Garver, Berger, English, Baughman, B. Prater. FRONT ROW: Lockwood, Bosch, Prichard, Bischoff, Tressel, Wirt, Klingler, Roof, Umphress.
The Hi-Y and Y -Teens are Christian groups of high school students interested in their community. These two organizations are a branch of the YMCA and the YWCA. Together they plan their annual Tinsel Ball and the Y-Teens visit and entertain at the Allen County Children's Home. The Hi-Y often swims and enjoys other sports.
Y-TEEN and HI-Y OFFICERS (Reading Clockwise)
Y-TEEN ADVISOR Mrs. Bozarth, PRESIDENT Becky Hoffman, VICE PRESIDENT Pat Klingler, VICE PRESIDENT Mark Klingenberger, SECRETARY Marilyn Tarr, TREASURER Unda Len-hart, TREASURER Ray Long, SECRETARY Dan Archer, CHAPLAIN Bruce Dearth, PRESIDENT Joe Bischoff, HI-Y ADVISOR Mr. Norberg.
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KING Dennis Tressel DATE Linda English
QUEEN Jeanne Scott
ESCORT Dennis Rainey
In December we danced amid pine-scented evergreen wreaths and inviting mistletoe. This dazzling evening was the result of co-efforts of the Y-Teens and
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SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT Nancy Bosch and her ESCORT John Bucher, QUEEN Barb Bowden and her ESCORT Steve Hoch, SENIOR ATTENDANT Celeste Heifner and her ESCORT Bob Plummer, JUNIOR ATTENDANT Mickey Elzay and her ESCORT Steve Simon.
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ROW 7--Hawley, Bischoff, Klingler, Tressel, Klingler, Neiswander, Stambaugh, Bosch, Roof, Umphress. ROW 6--Lehman, Emlinger, Nelson, Butterfield, Weimer, Miller, Park, Holbrook, Armstrong. ROW 5--Crowe, Parsons, Stobbe, Sonnett, Miller, Lenhart, Spar, Jones, Phillians. ROW 4--Heifner, Kain, Stambaugh, Moloney, Herman, Wo Ike, Long, Sousley. ROW 3--Stobbe, Prater, Wilkerson, Tarr, Hubbell, Bowden, Scott, Hall. ROW 2--Klingler, Hoffman, Banks, Runser, Sanders, Krofft, Wyss. ROW 1--Shields, Staley, Wirt, Rodgers, Hall, Jones, English.
PRESIDENT Barb Bowden SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Mickey Elzay VICE PRESIDENT Jacque Ludwig
TREASURER Joyce Prater
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Coleen Hathaway SECRETARY Betty Clapper REPORTER Barb Prater
Hair raising screams and threatening cries of bloody murder echo through the halls of Ada High School. The G.A.A. girls are battling through another tournament. Between tournaments these athletic girls are the best of friends and work hard together on various projects throughout the year. Among these projects are the ever popular Valentine Dance, skating and swimming parties, and the chili supper.
These high point seniors receive the Intramural trophy for the third straight year.
The juniors battle the sophomores in a vigorous game of basketball.
i»Reading up. BACK ROW: Wagner, Mankey, Wright, Cheney, Hall, Prater, A. Dearth, Bowden, J. Umphress. 4th ROW: Herman, Baker, Krofft, Sousley, J. Jones, Rodgers, Sobers, Estep, Roth. 3rd ROW: Bosch, Hancock, Fancher, D. Jones, Neiswander, Snyder, Hubbeil, Lee. 2nd ROW: Roof, Jenkins, Darlington. 1st ROW: L. Umph-ress, Baden, Wirt, Tressel, Klingler, Weimer, B. Dearth, Long
Tous les ans le francais commence avec une initiation foulle du Francais I. Lun continue avec un discotheque en janvier. Le Cercle Francais a vu uncinema interessant (Les Visteurs du Soir) a Ohio Northern University. Heursement il ya les sous-titres en anglais. Le Cercle Francais est alle au musee a Toledo en avril.
Cest la vie du Cercle Francais!
'TW!eg pt ticott!’’ Keynotes PtencL Crosses Dissect Pie tcL U ts. Wiee(eiiiux ut
ADVISOR Mrs. Wiedemann, VICE PRESIDENT Steve Sobers, SECRETARY Jane Herman, TREASURER Joyce Stobbe, PRESIDENT Linda English
VICE PRESIDENT Deanna Agin PRESIDENT Rhonda Miller SECRETARY -TREASURER Charlene Krofft
60Omnes non omnia facere possumus, Quisque faciat quod potest.
The Latin Club is organized to promote interest in Greek and Roman culture through programs, projects, and the annual Roman Banquet. This year the club bought supplementary texts for second year students.
Reading up. BACK ROW: Scott, Stobbe, Brown, Hays, Baughman, Staley, Shields, Meyer. 4th ROW: Abele, Miller, Love, Hoffman, Lehman, Berger, Marshall, Hubbeli, Sage. 3rd ROW: Krofft, Keith, Shellenbarger, Lucas, Klingler, Moloney, D. Shilling, Cole, Da Pore. 2nd ROW: Brite, Bischoff, Jackson, Armstrong, Koch, Link, Wirt. 1st ROW: J. Shilling, Em linger
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The Latin Club members enjoy their banquet.
ADVISOR Mrs. Price, FIRST CONSUL Joe Roof, SCRIBO Cathy Emlinger, SECOND CONSUL Bill Butterfield
61Modtn ko-iioi s To Host Bonquet
. Frmcci Frieu'a Utu Club «U hold Ua ■mnual bm banquet
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'Dear Hcurt' Highlights Weetefti. Queen Barb feigns Over Donee
feiaae barb Sowdai. rwlgnad oaar tba annual OAA Valao-tlaa Dane bald la tba gymaalm Fab. 12. Escorting tba ravishing aaalor gartad la rad valvut m Btara ■oeb, fomer IKS student. bar court caaalatad of motor attendant Calaata lalfbar. Jvalor attendant KLobej
Ada High School W . Ohio
Volvo 1. Kmbar 13 Fabruary 2), 1966
Law Students Hold Mock T; ia!;
Cacorta for tba attendant! ware Sob Flvaar, Cel-s»t t Stave Slam, klckay; and Jchc Bucher, bancy. Us ■Clausing' ccabo followed tba crow in with a special royalty dance to tba tvaa of fed HtMU.
Decor it ions cone Sated of a false celling of alternating red and white crepe paper and rarlou wall decoratlona. In one comer of the dance floor waa located a lOvtM' P«r d At which allured aany D„. . I . rvaatlc couplet. Scarlet
I ©tit Jufy hearts an the poll bed
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IVelwe aenlor geverwt class nenlcrs played the Amcoro' attention, part of Juror at a nocb trial held Feb. 9-10 la the Cupid adorned the ta-OKU law building. This civil case Involved a jwdcstrl- (,1cs where faculty "■' “ accident and was a raqulraoml for OKU lav students. atudenta Marianne Plfer, fonser Adt high student end editor •t the Voter, served as a witness. Hr. Bill Loeacber acted oa attorney for the
Voice Earns First Class Rating; Stories.Make-Up Highly Praised
Seniors Serve On
Potion 9 and tasted aoi tela of Hearts' Delight.
Jurora included Jin £»-tep, Jin Griffith, Dan An-spcce, Jon Crist, Tin Rods-■ Joe Ferguson, Karen Krcfft, Bart Bcwden, Celeste lelfner, Diane Wyst, ■ancy bcanett and Ell n Scber . Altema « Jure .-a •elected w re Judy Crowe, Bits Hedgers, Dave Wirt and Linda letvhargrr.
Juniors Interview Lettermen
f OU hW»«C t see the Lettervn concert at OKU TL!:00 P “ l“ ycu n that
entertainers. I v s lucky vn ugb Wlth Jim flkr tc Tcny
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fh« Vote recently reculwd the First Class hceor rctlnr free the Saticoal Scholastic from Association for the first semster of the 19 -1966 school year. Hews sources, balance, trrataent of copy and crestive-ncss w.-rs listed an very good. Rating excellent were editorials, news dories, namplatc, sports display, front page and Inside news psges.
Judge alao ocaanwnted on the excellent use of color and printing In The Voter. Last year the paper also was awarded the First Class honor rating. consent =adc by J. K. Kvls tc.idahl, a Judge frcei the .'Cumnliao departaeot of the South Dakota State Ub-i-oralty was, "Tour paper has good activities and evmt coverage. lour paper la a real credit to yo-.r school." Kathy A.- —-la
ADVISOR Mrs. Woods assists EDITOR Kathy Reese.
Every other Thursday night, Ada High School is transformed into one, gigantic newspaper office. Typewriters are clicking as last minute pages are typed, styluses are scratching hurriedly as headlines are composed, papers are flying furiously as pages are run off and staplers are clicking rhythmically as a voice is heard mumbling in the background, "1 . . . 2 . . . 3 . . .4!"
Then as many tired feet plod up the stairs for the last time and VOICES are stacked for Friday's distribution, sighs echo through the silent halls and the doors slam . . . another week’s work is done.
These staff members work hard writing, typing, and proofreading the next issue of the VOICEPAGE EDITORS
SOCIAL EDITOR Ruth Shields
FEATURE EDITOR Beth Bowden
NEWS EDITOR Chris Lehman
SPORTS EDITOR Steve Sobers
SUPPLEMENTARY EDITOR Becky Banks
VOICE BATTLES DEADLINES
LED BY REESE REPORTERS SAY EDITING
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ASSISTANTS, FRONT ROW: JoAnne Love, Barb Prater, Liama Abele, Lynette Darlington MIDDLE ROW: Pelma Snyder, Carole Weimer, Barb Koch. TOP ROW: Bill Van Atta, Linda Shellenbarger, Ellen Sobers, Linda Sousley.
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The 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.
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Ada Herald Ada Nursing Home Ahlenius Company Binkley's Poultry Market Brown's Barber Shop Dale's Barber Shop
Gardner Drug Store Hubbell Implement Company Messick's Mickle's Cleaners Paugh's Market
Printcraft Card Company, Inc. Sam's Shop
John Siegler Company Stambaugh Farms State Candy Company Umphress Refuse ServiceOMO-lWrUCKY
Tluough pantCipation t -$ocialofefeins, cfuhs, aW- cowpeftftwo spotfe, eack-student Ijmns to adapt to wa y situations. f-fo gains iMigfii into the, behaolon 4 otkenS On L fjinds tine, wost effective, way 4 taking poet in a, gtoup.
Qnowth does not $f U g solely (pom a, senies 4 tniunpks, koaieuoi-. Defeats play thein pant as welt-, tt is feilune in an endeauon, ukick causes a student to pause, and, wooden. Analysing the %eason fen, feilune, he Ioanns to, connect tke, fault; was it a choice 4 goak? weons 4 ackleuenuent1? inadequate, pxepana tion? f-le gains tke, InStgkt to giOtn tluOugli. panticlpatlon, which, win ox lose,, can bo xewonding.BACK ROW: Steve Harris, Pete Reese , Forrest Montgomery, Jim Ludwig , Steve Simon , Duane Hackworth, Steve Keller, Mike Cole. 3rd ROW: Richard Conley , Jerry Dearth, Rick Lansing, Paul Haney, Bill Baughman , Niles Pifer , John Richards , Bart Meyer. 2nd ROW: Assistant Coach Coe, Bruce Hays , Mike Edens, Eric Kipker, Dennis Clark, Steve Mankey , Brian Peppier , Coach Springer. FRONT ROW: Steve Marshall, Ron Klingler , Bill Harris, Bob Emlinger, Mike Wilkerson, Ron Wyss, Dan Archer , Bill Butterfield ( denotes lettermen)
NEW RECORDS SET
The Ada Thinclads had a successful season. Coach Bob Springer was proud of his track squad. They were undefeated in dual and triangular meets. New records were set in eight events . The squad took runner-up in the N .W .C . meet, Ada Invitational, and Blade Relays. The Blade Relays included over 30 "A" schools. Although records were not kept at the regional meet Ada compiled the most points. Four events qualified for State competition. They were: the mile relay team; the 880 yard run; the mile run; and the discus.
The two mile run was introduced this year. Dennis Reese holds the school record with an 11:11.
The mile relay team took honors this year . The foursome of Brian Peppier, Bruce Hsy, Jim Ludwig, and John Richards clocked a sensational 3:30.9 for a new record . The relay squad captured a 3rd in State competition.
Sophomore Brian Peppier set a new record in the mile run this year. His time was a sizzling 4:35.7. His times improved with almost every race. He came in second at the regionals and placed 7th in the State of all milers.
John Richards was undefeated the whole season until the State meet. The speedy Junior set a new school record on the 880 yard run with a blistering 1:59.7. At the State meet he came in 9th .
The 880 yard relay unit ran their relay in a blistering 1:35.3, the fastest time since 1949 . The quartet is composed of Jim Ludwig, Steve Mankey, Ron Klingler, and Dan Archer. They missed qualifying for the State meet by a fraction of a second.
Richard Conley set a new record in the discus. He heaved the discus a spectacular 154 feet 10 1 2 inches. He won the Regional in the discus ahd proceeded to State competition where he placed 4th which was a great accomplishment. Conley, a Junior, has also taken honors in the shot put.
Pole vault and high jump records fell this year. Senior Jim Ludwig soared 13 feet to set a new pole vault record and jumped 5 feet 8 3 4 inches to take honors in the high jump.
75BASEBALL COUAD CAPTURES 5-2 RECORD
The Bulldog baseball squad finished their 1966 season with a 5-3 record. The defeats were heartbreakers with close scores. The season was short because several games were rained out but the fellows' spirits were undaunted. Lee Sage led the team in the batting field with a .483 average . Bob Lucas and Jere Anspach were next with .440 and .421 respectively. Overall the team had a .307 batting average. Sal Pirratto, from Ohio Northern
assisted head coach Arvin Curlis
Ada 7-6 Bluffton
Ada 1-2 Allen East
Ada 12-4 Ridge mont
Ada 4-0 USV
Ada 3-7 Allen East
Ada 4-1 Bluffton
Ada 7-8 Bath
Ada 7-5 Bath
BACK ROW: Ass’t Pirratto, Wire, Lucas, Vandemark, Tarr, Sobers, Long, Mc-Cool, Coach Curlis. FRONT ROW: J. Shilling, Anspach, Sage, Kirk, Griffith, England, Westrick, Jackson,
D. ShillingF. W. A.
ROW 1: VICE PRESIDENT Binkley, Hawley, Tarr, Baden, HISTORIAN Nelson, J. Garver, ADVISOR Mrs. Spitzer. ROW 2: Traucht, PRESIDENT Wolke, Holbrook, Horn, SECRETARY M. Garver, TREASURER Moloney, Fee. ROW 3: Wilkerson, Ripple, Richards, Dearth, SONG LEADER Staley, Shields, Lockwood. ROW 4: Casper, Wright, Rettig, REPORTER Long, PARLIAMENTARIAN Weller, Risner, E. Cheney. ROW 5: Mankey, Shu-law, SONG LEADER Rush, L. Cheney, Prater, Epley, Pitts, Ellison
Striving to make our future community better, the F.H.A. and F .F .A. have organized themselves into ambitious groups . They lack very little in devotion and excel in having fun. Their annual banquet is always a success.
Two very devoted members are Anna Binkley and Rose Ann Wolke who were chosen as State Homemakers.
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ROW 1: STUDENT ADVISOR N. Williams, Devier, Nelson, Man-key, SENTINEL Anspach, Everhart, Wright, ADVISOR Mr. Saltz-man. ROW 2: Badertscher, Dearth, Harris, Manley, S. Hall, Hoffman, REPORTER Keller, Dudgeon. ROW 3: Ferguson, J. Williams, Klingler, D. Hack-worth, Van Atta, Clum, PRESIDENT C. Hackworth, TREASURER Brown. ROW 4: Wyss, Jerry Hall, Stull, John Hall, Holbrook, VICE PRESIDENT Ludwig, SECRETARY Hays, Crouse
77NATIONAL WOMOR SOCIETY
FIRST ROW: PRESIDENT Judy Crowe, Diane Wyss, Becky Hoffman, Ellen Sobers, Mary Siferd. SECOND ROW: Helen Parsons, Karen Krofft, Barb Bowden, Kathy Reese, Anna Binkley, Carol Tackett. THIRD ROW: Russ Kirk, Chris Lehman, Coleen Hathaway, Jacque Ludwig, Pat Kling-ler, Norm Fleming, Rita Rodgers. FOURTH ROW: VICE PRESIDENT Nancy Sonnett, Dan Anspach, Bob Plummer, Dennis Tressel, Linda Shellenbarger. FIFTH ROW: SECRETARY Celeste Heifner, Jim Estep, Ernest England
JIM ESTEP was the winner of the Hardin County Ohio History Test.
HELEN PARSONS was the President of the Northwest Area Student Council.
78ROSE ANN WOLKE and ANNA BINKLEY were SANDY PARK and DIANE WYSS were the Y-Teen
State Homemakers and ANNA was also Home- delegates to the LJN Trip,
maker of the Year.
NANCY SONNETT was Salutatorian and ELLEN SOBERS and JIM ESTEP were Co-Valedictorians.
JIM LUDWIG was presented the "Athlete of the Year" Award by Superintendent Lucas.
Right to Left, 1st ROW: Snyder, Jones, Baden, Tackett, Emlinger, Berger. 2nd ROW: Klingler, Hays, Scott, Stobbe, Darlington, Crowe. 3rd ROW: Curtis, English, Ellison, Shields, Casper, Prichard. 4th ROW: D. Umphress, J. Umphress, Keller, Rousch, VanAtta. ACCOMPANIST: Jo-Anne Love
This year’s hard-working chorus, under the direction of Miss Grace Metzker, filled the school with harmony at their "Spring Serenade."
BRASS ENSEMBLE CLASS B DISTRICT RATING I
Russ Kirk Carol Bischoff Tom Rodabaugh Dave Wirt Jon Crist
SAXOPHONE QUARTET CLASS A DISTRICT RATING I STATE RATING III
JoAnne Love Barb Koch Jim Estep Mike Hubbell
WOODWIND QUARTET PI R DISTRICT RATING II
Bev Keith Debbie Brown Laima Abele Janis Hays
JIM ESTEP Saxophone Class A District Rating I State Rating I Piano Class A District Rating I State Rating I
CHRIS LEHMAN Piano Class B District Rating II
JOANNE LOVE Saxophone Class A District Rating II Piano Class B District Rating II
THE CADET BAND presented an excellent selection of numbers at the annual spring concert, "Modern Moods.”RAND
LIBRARIAN Karen Krofft, PRESIDENT Becky Hoffman, LIBRARIAN Nancy Sonnett, and TREASURER Connie Miller help STUDENT DIRECTOR Jim Estep tune for the concert.
RUSS KIRK Cornet Class A District Rating I State Rating I
CAROL BISCHOFF Trumpet Class B District Rating II
DEBBY WIRT Bass Clarinet Class A District Rating II
JON CRIST French Horn Class A District Rating I State Rating II
LAIMA ABELE Flute Class B District Rating I
DEBBIE BROWN Clarinet Class C District Rating I
JANIS HAYS Bassoon Class C District Rating
KATHY LUCAS Saxophone Class C District Rating I
83 Becky Hoffman
INTERCLASS is an academic contest between the Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors in which contestants, selected by their classmates, present orations, short stories, essays, and readings which are then judged. The winning class receives the loving cup which they retain until the next year. Each class also presents an entertaining skit, as well as decorating the school.
The winner is determined on the basis of a point system. This point system is based on a score sheet which designates a total of 30 points in each category. A possible of 90 points among the three judges is the highest score that can be obtained in all the categories.
SENIORS overwhelm the crowd with their prizewinning skit.
84SENIORS AND SOWS
JUNIORS win the chalice.
"Sir Sophomore's Perilous Journey to Intercastle" won the decoration prize.
winner in each category
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Laurie Huntington .. Celeste Heifner Sidney Huntington . .James Estep Martha Huntington. .Anna Binkley Wally Huntington . . David Wirt Miss (Gus)
Gustavesky .... Mary Siferd
Joan Wood......Helen Parsons
Ted Wood.......Roger Ballinger
Lillian Wood .... Karen Krofft Mark Bradford . . . Lei and Crouse Horatio P.
Amelia Dennis . . . Judy Crowe Caroline Blakesly . Phoebe
Darlington Grave Schoenbeck . Linda Sousley Malola
Breckenb ridge . . Rose Wo Ike
Therese Brown . . . Linda Lenhart
Little Dog.....Lizzy Kain
Small Boy......Peter Kain
Student Directors . . Ellen Sobers Rose Wolke Barbra Kain
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Colors: Burgundy White
Flower: White Carnation
Bob Plummer Norm Fleming Rita Rodgers
VICE-PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY
Dan Anspach PRESIDENTSANTOS ANDRADE Cafeteria Helper 1,2
WILLIAM E. BAUGHMAN Football 4, Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 1,2; Basketball Statistician 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball Manager 1
DANIEL J. ANSPACH National Honor Society 4; Class President 1,4; Student Director 3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 2; Baseball 1,2,3
ANNA M. BINKLEY National Honor Society 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Betty Crocker Homemaker 4; F.H.A. State Homemaker 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Chorus 1; Y-Teens 2,4; Class Play 4; Librarian 4
JOSEPH T. BISCHOFF Class Vice-President 3; French Club 1, 2; VOICE Staff 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4, President 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3
91BARBARA E. BOWDEN National Honor Society 4; Class Secretary 3; Latin Club 1,2, Sec.-Treas. 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, President 4; Valentine Queen 4; WE Staff 2,3,4, Ass't Editor 2, Business Editor 3, Business Manager 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Girls Chorus 3; Y-Teens 3, 4
THOMAS C. BROWN F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Reporter 2, Land Judging Team 1,2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2,3, 4, Gen. Livestock Judging Team
2,3,4, Star Chapter Farmer 2, Delegate to State Convention 3,4; National Convention 4; Football 1,2,3; Track 1
DENNIS CLARK Football 1,4; Track 1,2, 3,4
DOLORES A. BOSSE F.H.A. 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3; Girls Chorus 3
JOHN A. BUCHER French Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2, 3,4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track 1,2
JONATHAN C. CRIST Latin Club 1,2; Band 1,2, 3, 4, District and State Music Contest 1,2, 3, 4LELAND CROUSE F.F.A. 3,4, Land Judging Team 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 4; Agronomy Team 3; Football 1; Track 1, 2; Band 1, 2,3; Class Play 3, 4
SALLY DOWNING F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 2; French Club 1,2
JUDITH A. CROWE National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; French Club 2,3, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3; Mixed Chorus 4, President 4; Girls Chorus 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, District and State Music Contest 3; Class Play 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4
HAROLD E, DUDGEON F.F.A. 3,4, Land Judging Team 4, Agronomy Team 3; Football Manager 2; Track 1, 2
PHOEBE F. DARLINGTON F.H.A. 1,2,3, 4, Song Leader 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4;
Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4; Class Play 4; Librarian 2, 3
DONALD E. EMLINGER Safety Patrol 2; Jr. High Football-Basketball Mgr. 3; Football Manager 4; Basketball Manager 4; Track Manager 4EARNEST ENGLAND Alger High School 1,2,3; National Honor Society 4; Baseball 4
KATHLEEN M. FEE F.H.A. 1,2,4; Y-Teens 3; Cafeteria Helper 1,3, 4
JAMES E. ESTEP Co-Valedictorian 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Interclass Contestant 2,
3; Latin Club 1,2; French Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4, Student Director 4, District and State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, All Area Band 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2,3, Vice-President 3, Accompanist 1,2,3; Student Council 4, President 4, Area Student Council 4
JOSEPH E. FERGUSON Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play3
JAMES D. EPLEY Track 2
NORMAN D. FLEMING National Honor Society 4; World Affairs Conference 4; Class President 2; Class Treasurer 4; French Club 1,2; Student Council 1; Football 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1
94G. MAXINE GARVER F.H.A. 1,2,3, Historian 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3
JAMES A. GRIFFITH Hi-Y 3; Football 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Baseball 1,2,3, 4
LARRY E. GULLETT Montpelier (Vermont) High School 1, 2, 3
CARL E. HACKWORTH F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Land Judging Team 1,2, 3,4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2, 3, 4, Dairy Judging Team 1,2, Gen. Livestock Judging Team 1,2,3, 4, State Farmer Degree 3, State Weed Control Essay 4; District Electricians Award 4; Football 3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3
JEAN A. GREEN Riverdale High School 1; F.H.A. 2,3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3
RONALD D. GRIFFIN Class Play 4; Librarian 3; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1
Auglaize Local High School 1; F.F.A. 2,3,4, Land Judging Team 2, Parliamentary Procedure Team 4
95CELESTE HEIFNER National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Interclass Contestant 4; Latin Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Intramural Mgr. 4; Dance Attendant 4; Band 1,2,3, 4;
Y-Teens 3, 4; Student Director 3; Class Play 4
W. CHARLES HESSER
BECKY L. HOFFMAN National Honor Society 3, 4; Interclass Contestant 4; Class President 3;
Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; WE Staff 2,3,4, Ass't Editor 2, Organization Editor 3, Activities and Music Editor 4; Band 1,2,3, 4, President 4; Head Majorette 4; Mixed Chorus 2; Girls Chorus 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, President 4, Vice-President 3; Student Council 4, Area Student Council 4; Homecoming Attendant 2
PRISCILLA J. HOLBROOK McGuffey High School 1,
2; Y-Teens 3; G.A.A. 3,4
STEVEN G. HERMAN French Club 1
LORRAINE M. HORN
Kenton High School 1; F.H.A. 4BARBARA KAIN Interclass Contestant 2, 3, 4; French Club 1,2, President 2; G.A.A. 2,3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Y-Teens 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Office Assistant 3
DAN A. KELLER French Club 2; F.F.A. 1,
2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Land Judging Team 1, Parliamentary Procedure Team
3, 4, Agronomy Team 3; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3, 4; Football 1,2
RUSSELL L. KIRK National Honor Society 4; French Club 1,2; Band 1,
2,3,4, District Music Contest 2,3,4, State Music Contest 4; Class Play 4; Librarian 3; Basketball 1; Track 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
KAREN L. KROFFT National Honor Society 4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; WE Staff 2,3,4, Ass't Editor 2, Activities Editor 3, Senior Editor 4; Journalism School 2, 3; Band 1,2,3, 4; Y -Teens 2,
3,4, Secretary 3; Class Play 3, 4; Office Assistant 2,3; Homecoming Queen 4
MARK D. KLINGENBERGER French Club 1,2, Vice-President 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2
LINDAS. LENHART French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Dance Attendant 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Chorus 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; "Ugly" Women 4, Treasurer 4; Leadership Training Conference 3; Class Play 4; Librarian 3,4; Cafeteria Helper 1
97JAMES M. LUDWIG F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Land Judging Team 1,2,3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Athlete of the Year 4
JACK B. MARTIN Fort Collins (Colorado) High School 1
TERRY McCOOL Elida High School 1; Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3
STEVEN W. McKEE Tokyo (Japan) High School 1; Yokato (Japan) High School 2; Dover (Delaware) H.S. 3
CONNIE K. MILLER Class Treasurer 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; G. A. A. 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Dance Attendant 2; Band 1,2,3,
4, Treasurer 4, District Music Contest 3; Y-Teens 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4
MARY JANE MOLONEY F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Y-Teens 4; Librarian 4
98FORREST M. MONTGOMERY French Club 1; Hi-Y 2,3, 4; Football 2,4, Mgr. 1; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,4
SANDRA S. PARK F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 2,3,
4, Intramural Mgr. 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Chorus 1; Y-Teens 2,3,
4; U.N. Trip 4; Student Council 2,4; Office Assistant 3; Class Play 3
ANITA K. NELSON Interclass Contestant 4; Latin Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Girls Chorus 1,2,3; Librarian 4
HELEN J. PARSONS University School, Bloom -ington, Indiana 1,2; National Honor Society 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Student Council 4, Vice-President 4, Area Student Council 4, President 4; Cheerleader 3,4
JANIS S. OUSLEY Elida High School 1,2, 3
ROBERT M. PLUMMER National Honor Society 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; Class Treasurer 3; Latin Club 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; "Ugly"
Man 4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Track 2,3
99JOYCE A. PRATER F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, Song Leader 3; G. A. A. 3, 4,
Treasurer 4; Y-Teens 2,
3,4; Student Council 3;
Class Play 3; Librarian 2,
3, 4; Homecoming Attend-
ant 3 DENNIS RAINEY
KATHLEEN M. REESE National Honor Society 4; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2, 3; VOICE Staff 2,3,4, Reporter 2, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Journalism School 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Girls Chorus 2,3, District Vocal Contest 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3
NANCY A. REDD Hardin Northern High School 1, 2,3
MICHAEL D. RETTIG Cridersville High School 1,2, 3TIM E. RODABAUGH Band 1,2,3, 4; Stage Crew 1,2,3,4
RITAC. RODGERS National Honor Society 3,4; Interclass Contestant 3; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4;
G.A. A. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Manager 4; Band 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Class Play 3
JEANNE S. SCOTT Ridgemont High School 1,2,3; G.A.A. 4; Band 4; Y-Teens 4; Tinsel Bali Queen 4
GLEN R. SCHMIDT
JAY D. SHADLEYLINDA K.
SHELLENBARGER National Honor Society 3, 4; World Affairs Conference 4; Latin Club 1,2; VOICE Staff 4; Mixed Chorus I, 2; Girls Chorus 1,2; Class Play 3; Office Assistant 3, 4
STEVEN L. SIMON Hi-Y 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3,4
MARY C. SIFERD National Honor Society 3,
4; Interclass Contestant 2,3; Latin Club 1,2, Vice-President 2; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Girls Chorus 1,2,3; Class Play 4; Homecoming Attendant 1
ELLEN R. SOBERS Co-Valedictorian 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Interclass Contestant 2; Latin Club 1,2; French Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Girls Chorus 1,2, 3; Class Play, Student Director 4; Office Assistant 1,2,3; VOICE Staff 4
DAVID A. SIMON Hi-Y 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1,2
NANCY L. SONNETT Salutatorian 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Class Secretary 2; Latin Club 1,2, President 2; G.A.A. 2,3, 4; VOICE Staff 1; WE Staff 3, 4, Ass't. Editor 3, Organizations Editor 4; Band 1,2,3,4, All Area Band 2,3,4, District Music Contest 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3; Class Play 3
102LINDA K. SOUSLEY French Club 1,2; G. A.A. 2,3, 4; VOICE Staff 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Class Play 4; Librarian 4
LARRY L. SPRADLIN Band 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Safety Patrol 1; Football 2; Track 1, 2
ROBERTA A. STAMBAUGH Latin Club 1; French Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1; Librarian 4
BRUCE W. TACKETT Cafeteria Helper 3
LARRY E. TIDD Stage Crew 1,2,3,4, President 4
JANE M. STOBBE French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; WE Staff 2,3,4, Ass't Editor 2, Class Editor 3, Administration Editor 4; Majorette 2,3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1,3,4,
Vice-Pres. 4; Girls Chorus 1,3; Y-Teens 2,4; Cafeteria Helper 1
103DENNIS L. TRESSEL National Honor Society 4; Class Secretary 1;
French Club 1,2;
Treasurer 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Vice-President 3; Tinsel Ball King 4;
Basketball 1,2, 3,4;
Track 1,2,3 JEANNINE K. WELLER
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Parliamentarian 4; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Girls Chorus 1, 2; Cafeteria Helper 1,3
GARY F. WELLS Van Lear (Kentucky) High School 1
DAVID L . WIRT Latin Club 1,4; French 2,3; Vice-President 2; Treasurer 3; VOICE Staff 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Class Play 3,4
ROSE ANN WOLKE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; President 4; State Homemaker Degree 4; Mixed Chorus 1; Girls Chorus 1; Student Council 2; Class Play 4; Librarian 4; Cafeteria Helper 1,2,3
WAYNE W. WESTRICK Cafeteria Helper 3; Football 2; Baseball 4
DIANE L . WYSS National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 1, 2; F.F.A. Queen 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; WE Staff 2,3,4; Ass't Editor 2; Sports Editor 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; Journalism School 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Girls Chorus 3; Y-Teens 2,3,4; U.N. Trip 4; Student Council 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3,4; Captain 3,4
104CO - VAL EDICTOR IANS Jim Estep Ellen Sobers
FOLK MUSIC Kathy Reese--Barbra Kain
27 MAY 1966
CLASS PROPHECY Barbra Kain Celeste Heifner Linda Shellenbarger
CLASS WILL Jane Stobbe Dave Wirt Becky Hoffman
SALUTATORIAN Nancy Sonnett
Win ]Uciy Crowe James Estep Joseph Ferguson Celeste Heifner
■5- Tom Rodabaugh
MUSIC Anita Nelson
CLASS HISTORY Kathy Reese Phoebe Darlington
Sunday, May 29, 1966 8:00 p. M.
•Processional, Trumpet Tune, Called the Cebell - Purcell Lon Doudna, Organist
M. Donald Weller, Minister
First Methodist Church
Music, Brother James Air - - - arr. Jacob
Thanks Be to Thee - - Handel-Lefebvre
Girls’ Ensemble Miss Grace Metzker, Director Presentation of Speaker
Robert G. Lucas
Superintendent of Schools
Class Address, Second Best
Dr. Samuel L. Meyer
President, Ohio Northern University
Music, Arabesque, Opus 18
James Estep, Piano Presentation of Class
Earl H. Younkman
High School Principal
Presentation of Diplomas
Dr. Robert B. Elliott
President, Ada Board of Education
Music, Concerto No. 1
Jonathon Crist, French Horn Menuelto -
Senior Clarinet Trio Rebecca Hoffman. Karen Krofft. Nancy Sonnett •Benediction
M. Donald Weller •Recessional, Trumpet Voluntary - - Purcell
• Audience please stand
BOARD OF EDUCATION Dr. Robert B. Elliott ... - President
Dr. E. R. Rodabauch ... Vice President Robert Daft Mrs. Nancy DaPore Ronald Parshali.
R. B. Cretors, Clerk
106A cap ... a gown,
A choral band,
A school diploma In your hand . . .
The words of praise,
The eyes that say How proud they are Of you today . . .
The sudden feeling Of regret
That endings always bring, And yet . . .
The mingled joy The dream come true,
A wonderful Beginning too!
A cap ... a gown.
One chapter past . . .
That is yours at last.
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