Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

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THE ANNUAL STAFF OF ADA HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS WE 1974SENIORS.....................5 Deb Cotsamire, editor CLASSES....................25 Becky Montgomery, editor FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION.............45 Laura Wilhelm, editor MUSIC......................65 Anna Crider, editor ACTIVITIES.................79 Bill Bischoff, editor ORGANIZATIONS..............95 Linda Bailey, editor SPORTS....................115 Vicki Gibson, editor ADVERTISEMENTS............135 Paula DaPore and Cathy Hower, editorsREACH THE TOP The theme "REACH THE TOP" was chosen this year by the Senior members of the Annual Staff. "WE" feel this year's theme expresses the ability in academics, music, and sports that Ada High School students have shown through the 1973-1974 school year. In academics we've had Seniors receive scholarships, we had an excellent Chemistry Bowl team, students have taken scholarship tests, and nineteen members were inducted into the National Honor Society. In music the choir has presented their ability through fine performances at their concerts, and they held special practices in the morning before school Many choir members received superior and excellent ratings in both voice and piano The band has also done an excellent job this year They received a I at District Band Contest and went on to State Band Contest to also receive a superior rating They have also presented many great concerts. The band was also fortunate to have a new building erected specially for them. Athletics have definitely proven the theme "REACH THE TOP". In sports we had championships in Cross Country, Football, and Track. Our Basketball and Baseball teams also had successful seasons The girls showed their ability in sports this year in basketball and track Both teams showed outstanding performances for their first year of competition. All in all, Ada can definitely say they did "REACH THE TOP" this year Not only in sports, music, and academics, but also through the different activities and hard-working organizations that went on during the year. "WE" the members of the Annual Staff hope this year's annual will help you the students remember how Ada did "REACH THE TOP" in the year 1973-1974. %Truth is like a beam of light that clarifies beautifies beckons 4SENIORS ii "P C I REACH THE TOP"THE FUTURE CHALLENGES US, ClassColors Light Blue and Dark Blue Class Flower. Blue-Tipped Carnation 6 ANITA AGIN fa LEE ANN ARLINGTON JANET BAIER CAROL BAKER ERIC ARCHER CINDY BANKS KAREN BAILEYJEFF BARNES DAVE BLEVINS WANDA BAUGHMAN NANCY BETTINGER CAROL BROWN DAN BROWN RHONDA CHENEY ANNA CRIDER BOB COMBS EDCORLE ROGER CRIBLEZ SUE CROWE DEBCOTSAMIRE ANITA CURTISBRUCE DRAKE DAVID EARL 1011 MARIANNE HEINFELD KEVIN HULLDENNIS KLINGLER JILL KLINGLER JIM KLINGLER 12 JOYCE KLINGLERKATHY KLINGLER NOLAN LONG JUDY MARSHALL CARLA LAMBERT TOM LA RUEJEFF MARTIN TERI MASSILLO RICK MILLER 1415 BECKY MONTGOMERYKEITH MONTGOMERY CATHY MOSER KATHY MUSIC MIKE PARK MIKE NEWLAND DON REAM 4 PAM RETTIG LESLIE SCHMIDT 16KATHY SCHWICKERT SHEILA SMITH MIKE SOUSLEY KAREN THEODORE SUSANNE THOMAS 17BARB WINGFIELD PEGGY WOOLCUTT MIKE WRIGHT TOM WYSS PAT ZIMMER 19Salutatorian Cheryl Deringer SENIOR HONORS Becky Montgomery Jr. Civic League Scholarship 20Co-Valedictorian Nancy Bettinger Co-Valedictorian DebCotsamire The following students have received a scholarship from the college they plan to attend. Sheryl Willeke - Avanell Stambaugh Scholarship to Ohio Northern University Nancy Bettinger - Presidential Honor Scholarship to Campbellsville College Nolan Long - Manchester College Scholarship Laura Wilhelm - DePauw University Honors' Scholarship 21AND SENIORS . . . The 1974 baccalaureate and commencement graduation exercises were held in the high school gymnasium at 2:00 p.m. on June 2. Rev. Ray Shepard gave a very inspiring address entitled "Next Year Will Be Better". Addresses were also given by co-valedictorians Nancy Bettinger and Deb Cots-amire and salutatorian Cheryl Deringer. Instrumental and vocal music was presented by two senior ensembles. The 1974 graduation exercises were climaxed as each senior received his diploma and congratulations from the school board president, Mr Jack CorleREACH THE TOPCLASS DAY CLASS HISTORY Pat Zimmer, Tom laRue, Judy Marshall CLASS PROPHECY Roger Criblez, Anna Crider, Jeff Martin CLASS WILL Marianne Heinfeld, Kathy Klingler, Chris Dock 24CLASSES REACH THE TOP 25JUNIOR CLASS OF 1975 Steve Acheson Dave Agin Genny Ansley Linda Bailey Jeff Ballard Mary Baughman Bill Bischoff Jeff Bosch Elaine Bosse Becky Boutwell Dennis Boutwell Jeff Boutwell Jim Bowden Caroline Burton Michelle Casper Dave Collins Bob Conley Vice President Rise; President Allen; Treasurer Doug; Secretary Sharon 26Steve Conley Cathy Criblez Paula DaPore Dennis Dearth Karla Dearth Kerrie Dearth Kris Decker Dan Deringer Ron Dicus Bob Dodge Charles Donnal Randy Dysert Howard Elliot Rick El wood Sharon Fleming 27Marty Guyton Dan Hassell Sandy Hover Doug Klingler Mike Miller Geoffrey Hall Rex Hays Cathy Hower Randy Lee Jim Norton James Hall Cheri Hepner Bill James Ron Lee Robin Patton Jeff Hall Lark Herrington Clinton Judy Dave Long Jack Paugh Terry Hanna Karen Hodges Debbie Kent Jenny Maxwell Jeff Plummer Tim Harris Cheryl Hopson Bill Klingler Beth Miller Cindy Price 28Doug Van Atta Nancy Vandeborne Rise Ward Anita Weihrauch Cindy Wanger Kirk Weimer Dave Reese Jeff Risner Cathy Schumacher Rob Simon Bill Spar Tim Stambaugh Laura Romick Rose Simon Dennis Telles Teresa Sawmiller Bruce Smith Rhonda Umphress Absent: Bob Devier Becky Burns 29 Terry Weller MarkWilleke Denise Williams Sherri ZimmerlyKim Acheson Barb Agin Jeni Badertscher Jerry Badertscher Nancy Baughmar Keith Beltz Teri Benham Kathleen Berton Jeannie Blevins Jan Boutwell Karen Boutwell Susan Brite Cindy Brown Tammy Brummett Don Bryan Carla Conley Emily Darlington Brenda Daugherty Carolyn Dearth Charleen Dearth Dean Dearth Paula Dornbusch Greg Dysert Mike England Marc Farrington Mike Fensler Andrea Fisher Jeff Fries Sheila Gahman Ken Gibson SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 1976 30Cindy Goodwin Mark Haight jeff Hopson Jim Klingler Julie Miller Vicki Gordan Cheryl Hall Michelle Hubbell Judi Linger Diane Moore Eugene Gossard Grayson Hartgrove Vicki Hubbell Gary Long Rhonda Musser MikeGossman Paul Heinfeld Jim Jenkins Eric Martin David Norberg Greg Green Duane Helms Wayne Jump Mike Mathewson Kathy Ousley Gene Griffin Rhonda Henry Fritz Kain Jim McBride Robert Prater Dallas Guilford Tessa Hines Deb Klingler James McKee Chris Quattrochi 31Nolan Reese Terry Roberson George Shroyer jane Sleesman jim Sousley Beth Remsburg Rhonda Romick Lorri Shull Jean Smith John Sousley Ken Ring Marie Searson Dennis Simon Mark Smith Cindy Spar Marian Ritchie Denise Shaw Robin Simon Betty Sousley Jill Spar 32Vice-President Gary, President Mike, Treasurer Rhonda, Secretary Marie Richard Theodore Julie Ward Doug Thompson Paula Tousley Debbie Weirauch Ernie Whitaker Jeff Underwood Dave Williams Cathy VanAtta Mark Van Atta Mark Wolke Penny Worthington Dan Telles John Vottero Crystal Zachariah Absent Loyd Conley Jean Curtis Sandy Curtis 33Ann Allen Mari lee Cassell Theresa Dearth Kathy Fancher Randy Harris Clarence Allen Beth Cheney Ed Delp Sue Fensler Janice Henry Debbie Anspach Sandy Cook Dave Deringer Danny Carver Debbie Herold John Arlington Doug Cotsamire Jerry Downing Robin Carver Cloria Hoffman Joe Awad Mike Cramer Pam Dunbar Rick Cibson Larry Hopson Steve Brown Donna Daft Mike Elliot Lee Ann Grant Tony Hover 34FRESHMEN CLASS OF 1977 Darla Hunsicker Bev Krofft Annette McBride John Pfleiger Teresa Ring Herbert Judy Debbie Lamb Bo Michael Jerry Pifer Dave Risner Judy Keller Ray Lambert Tony Musser Mike Preston Debbie Romick Lonny Kent Tina Lantz Brenda Naylor Mike Price Russ Schwickert Diane Klingenberger Jill Lawrence Mark Nichols Ken Reed Kamal Shah Bonnie Klmgler Mark Lissner Charlene Oates Cheri Rayl Paul Sharrits Nancy Kniffen Rory Massillo Dan Otten Sylvia Rex Keith Shaw 35Kelley Spallinger Wes Stobbe Ron Tarr Lisa Underwood Charlene Wagner Don Spar Doug Stuart Barb Telles Mitch VanAtta Tom Wagner 36 Absent: Kenny Blankenship Cheryl Whetsler Jeame Wiley Hoyt Wilhelm Ceorge Wolber Philip Wright )ay Zsembik 37EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OF 1978 Mike Agin Amy Allen Sandy Anspach April Arlington David Badertscher Brad Baker Cregg Ballard Bob Bass Ray Baughman Lora Begley David Berton Mona Binkley Jeff Bischoff Mark Blevins Debbie Boutwell Donna Baughman Mary Jean Boutwell Greg Brummett Mark Burton Tammy Campbell David CarmeanCathy Castle Rhonda Combs Cary Cribley David Dearth Tina Dicus Lon Cheney Annette Conley Jeff Criblez Cathy Decker Lori Edens Lynn Coe Barbara Conley Gregg Davis Joyce Deringer Bruce Elliot Cathy Cole Lori Cook Crystal Dearth Dean Devier Kevin Ellison 39jean England Shelley Gibson Mike Hall Beth Hower Pam Lissner Daryl Fensler Margery Gonzalez Jenny Hanson Teresa Jenkins Jeff McBride Janet Fisher Mary Gonzalez Jack Harris Dave Kniffen Connie McKee Kevin Fitzpatrick Debbie Gordan Gretchen Herrington Jeff Kniffen Roger McKinley Tracy Forsysthe David Gossman Paula Hines Juli Lawrence Ty Michael Jacque Gahman Donna Hall Greg Hofferbert Valerie Lenhart Layne Moore Bill Carver Joyce Hall Cindy Hover Larry Lile Charles Morris 40Cathi Naylor Craig Reynolds Mike Simon Theresa Stahl Paul Weimer Stan Parshall Richard Ritchie Randy Simon Anthony Sumney Bob Whitaker Penny Patton Greg Sawmiller George Sleesman Sandra Tackett Eric Wolber Mark Preston Dan Schumacher Sylvia Smith Sharon Theodore Kevin Young Mark Reichert Sherri Shull Scott Stahl Sandy Wagner 41SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OF 1979 Eileen Allen Chris Binkley Tina Brummett Susan Dodge Sandy Fletcher Don Anspach Linda Bischoff Tim Campbell Neal Dornbusch Doug Fries Susan Badertscher Bill Blough Lane Cheney Randy Dunbar Lulu Carcia Joyce Baier Kathlyn Boutwell Merle Cheney Wilma Fancher Tim Criffin Teresa Battels Pam Boutwell Cindy Courtney Eric Farrington Rachel Hall Mindy Berger Patricia Bowden Eulia Curtis Sherry Fisher Randy Hanna Walter Bettinger Stuart Brown Keith Delp Ken Fleming Stacy Harris 42Nancy Henry Connie Judy Judy Long Bob Park Craig Roberson Joel Henderliter David Klingler Tom McBride Brenda Patton Vimal Shah Shelley Hofferbert Lori Klingler Cathy Miller Nancy Quattrochi John Sharritts Anita Hopson Lauren Knoop Leisa Miller Debra Rayl Lori Simmons Gina Hopson Robin Lamb Cathy Newland Rodney Rayl Lori Simon Tim Hubbell Michael Layaou Pam Nor berg Valerie Rex Cary Smith Pat Jenkins Carma Long Vicki Oates Ron Ring John Stahl 43Lynn Stansloski Don Stobbe Lynden Telles Brett Vottero Creg Williams Wilbert Steed Tracy Sumney Troy Toland Kyle Wilhelm Becky Wilson Clay Stewart Dan Tabor Dan Umphress Brian Willeke Charles Wingate Secretary Lori, Treasurer Keith, President Kenny, Vice-President Craig David Woodruff LuAnnWyss Kathy Zimmerly Jaime Zsembik 44FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION %A SUPT. SWARTZ, WELCOME TO A H.S. Mr. Allen September and October Mr. Oaklief November and December 46ADMINISTRATION Assistant Principal TOM COE Principal PAUL CRAMER Guidance Counselors DALE MADISON and SUE MILLER 47Arthur Block49 Joyce Busch Ellen Cummings Thomas Dearth 50Robert Fox Gene Fries Hal Honegger 51Richard Lawrence Ted Lee Wendell Markley 52535455Cecilia Thomas Gary Wagner 57 Mary Cassidy Lareteria MONITORS Mr Mann Mary Mathewson High School Office Secretaries Mary VanAtta Clerk-Treasurer for the Board of Education Maxine McBride Superintendant's OfficeCooks Mrs. Casper, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Hathaway, Mrs. Weihrauch, Mrs. Koop, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Epley Cafeteria Workers ROW ONE: Jerry Pifer, Dave Dearth, Janet Fisher, Della Thompson, Jeff Kniffen ROW TWO: Ken Reed, Kevin Rayl, Kevin Ellison. 61THEN AND NOW Bus Drivers 62 Earl Baughman, Tom Dearth, Dean Moore, Judy Williams, Bernard Epley, Sam Tong, Clarence Weihrauch. NOT PRESENT: Cloyce Hauenstein and Justin Shadley.63BAND AND CHOIR ■ x REACH THE TOP 65BAND OFFICERS SEATED: Judy Marshall, librarian, Sheila Smith, reporter STANDING: Cheryl Derm ger, treasurer, Anna Crider, librarian, Laura Wilhelm, president; Nolan Long, student director The Band had a very busy season this year After a long fall of marching at football games, they gave a concert at Lima State Hospital In early February, they gave a concert to raise money for the new band building After much anticipation, the band moved into the building just in time to prepare for District Contest on March 23 At contest they received a superior rating, gaming them a berth in the State Contest In April, they had another fund-raising concert with a tour of the band building In May, the Band again gave an outstanding performance honoring all Senior Band Members The Band also received another Superior Rating at State Contest’ This year our band has truly "REACHED THE TOP." CHOIR OFFICERS SEATED: Beth Remsburg, librarian; Jim Bowden, president, Karen Theodore, secretary-treasurer STANDING: Deb Kent, librarian The choir was very busy this year with many performances A Christmas Concert was their first outstanding performance of the year With less than two months to prepare, the Choir presented an assembly for the High School and Elementary This program was also presented to the Kiwanis and Eastern Star They worked very hard for their Spring Concert, in which they performed the hit songs from four Broadway Musicals This Concert certainly demonstrated their ability that they had "REACHED THE TOP." 67ADA HIGH SCHOOL ROW ONE: Mary Baughman, Paula DaPore, Judy Keller, Jean Smith, Judy Linger, Kathleen Berton ROW TWO: Laura Wilhelm, Debbie Cotsamire, Tessa Hines, Cindy Spar, Richard Theodore, Mark Smith, Chris Quattrocchi, Debbie Lamb, Debbie Anspach, Kim Acheson. Cindv Price ROW THREE: Bill Bischoff, Leslie Schmidt, Doug Cotsamire, Carol Baker. Cindy Brown, Cheryl Hopson, Mike Elliott, Debbie Weihrauch, Sharlene Wagner, Janet Baier, Donna Daft, Denise Shaw, Judy Marshall ROW FOUR: Debbie Herold, Nancy Baughman, Charlene Oates, Creg Creen, Mark Willeke, Karen Theodore, Bruce Drake, Barb Agin, Anita Weihrauch 68SENIOR BAND 1974 ROW ONE: Sheila Gahman, Brenda Naylor, Linda Agin, Bonnie Klingler. Genny Ansley ROW TWO: Marilee Cassell, Tammy Brummett, Rhonda Romick, Sheila Smith, jeannie Wiley, Robin Simon, Cathy Hower, Jill Lawrence, Cathy VanAtta, Nancy Bettinger ROW THREE: Marie Searson, Diane Moore, Donald Spar, Peg Fries, Carolyn Dearth, Carla Conley. Sylvia Rex, Nolan Long, Kathy Fancher, Teri Benham, Cathy Criblez, Cheri Hepner, Cheryl Dennger ROW FOUR: Tim Stambaugh, Dan Hassell, Paul Sharrits, Tom Wagner, Hoyte Wilhelm, Rex Hays, loe Awad, Anna Crider. Jeff Martin. 69ROW ONE: Joel Hinderliter, Joyce Baier, Neil Dornbusch, Robin Lamb ROW TWO: Nancy Quatrocchi, LuLu Carcia, Sharon Theodore, Jeff Bischoff, Pam Norberg, Julie Lawrence ROW THREE: Mark Burton, Lynn Stansloski, Cina Hopson, Kris Spar, Valerie Rex, Lori Simmons, Cary Cribley, Kyle Wilhelm ROW FOUR: Paula Hines, Brenda Patton, LuAnn Wyss, David Carmean, Sherry Fisher, Sylvia Smith, Paul Weimer, Kathy Boutwell, Tina Brummett, Kevin Young ROW FIVE: Beth Hower, Cathi Naylor, Keith Delp, Lori Cook, Lynn Coe, Bruce Elliott, Creg Brummett, Joyce Deringer, Barb Conley, April Arlington, JacqueCahman 70 CADET BANDCADET BAND OFFICERS SEATED: Jeff Bischoff, librarian, Cary Cribley, student director STANDING: Kris Spar, reporter, April Arlington; librarian; Beth Hower, treasurerADA HIGH ROW ONE: Denise Shaw, Julie Miller, Tessa Hines, Cheryl Deringer, Carol Baker, Lioda Elwood, Brenda Naylor ROW TWO: Judy Linger. Beth Remsburg, Susanne Thomas, Debbie Kent, Janice Henry, Cindy Spar, Sherri Zimmerty, Tim btam-baugh ROW THREE: Kathleen Berton, Nancy Baughman, Andrea Misler, Jennifer Maxwell, Cheri Rayl, Jeannie Wiley, Sylvia Rex, Mark SmithSCHOOL CHOIR t! I ' i; ! ji ! I ROW ONE: Nolan Long, Bruce Drake, Mike Wright, Sheryl Willeke, Teri Massillo, Karen Theodore, judy Keller, Debbie Anspach. ROW TWO: Richard Theodore, Rex Hays, Dan Hassell, Caroline Burton, Sharon Fleming. Pamela Dunbar, Jill Lawrence, Tammy Brummett ROW THREE: Mark Willeke, Jim Bowden, Bob Johnson, Rhonda Umphress, Michelle Casper, Pauls DaPore, Cenny Ansley, Mary Baughman. 73ROW ONE: Bill Bischoff, Don Spar, Paul bharritts, Tom Wagner, Tammy Brummett, Rex Hays, Tim Stambaugh, joe Awad ROW TWO: Bruce Drake, Cindy Spar, Sharlene Wagner ROW THREE: Dan Hassell, Nancy Baughman, Donna Daft. Marilee Cassell, Janet Baier, Judy Keller, Bonnie Klingler, Brenda Naylor ROW FOUR: Hoyte Wilhelm, Doug Cotsamire, Jeannie Wiley PEP BAND 74DISTRICT BAND MEMBERS Bruce Drake LEFT TO RIGHT: Tammy Brummet, Mary Baughman. Jim Bowden 75CONTEST CONTESTANTS ROW ONE: Cindy Spar, Piano-Ill; Nolan Long, Voice and Piano-1,1; Joe Awad, Trombone-1, Cheryl Deringer, Piano-1 ROW TWO: Bruce Drake, Drum-1, Tim Stambaugh, Tuba-Ill, Karen Theodore, Piano-ll; Hoyte Wilhelm, Trombone-1; Doug Cotsamire, Piano-1. SEATED: Tammy Brummett, Rhonda Romick, Cindy Spar STANDING: Teresa Hines Woodwind Quartet-11. ROW ONE: Sandra Wagner, JacqueCahman ROW TWO: Lynn Coe, Cathi Naylor ClarinetQuartet.il ROW THREE: Pam Norberg, Lynn Stansloski, Joyce Baier Flute Trio, II. ROW ONE: Tracy Forsythe, Rachael Hall, Piano-1; Julie Lawrence, Piano-ll, John Sharritts, Piano-1 ROW TWO: Neil Dornbusch, Drum-1; Jennifer Hanson, Piano-ll, Joyce Hall, Piano-ll, Jill Lawrence, Piano-ll; Kyle Wilhelm, Sax-ll 76CHOIR ACCOMPANISTS Nancy Bettinger-member of The Lima Youth Symphony Orchestra. Bruce Drake and Tim Stambaugh-members of All Ohio High School Band FRESHMAN ENSEMBLE LEFT TO RIGHT: Jill Lawrene, Judy Keller, Debbie Anspach, Ann Allen, Cherie Rayl, Charlene Oates, Debbie Lamb, Sylvia Rex, Jeanie Wiley, Linda Elwood SEATED: Sheryl Willeke LEFT TO RIGHT: Karen Theodore, Nolan Long, Genny Ansley, Mike Wright. JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS ENSEMBLE ROW ONE: Nancy Stuart, Carol Baker ROW TWO: Cheri Hepner, Genny Ansley, Sharon Fleming ROW THREE: Cheryl Deringer, Caroline Burton, Andrea Misler, Karen Theodore, Sheryl Willeke 77HEAD DRUM MAJOR Warren Fisher MAJORETTES LEFT TO RIGHT: Julie Miller, Vicki Hubbell, Debbie Lamb, Chris Quatrocchi 78ACTIVITIES REACH THE TOPHOMECOMINGHomecoming this year was held on October 11, 12, 13. Pat Zimmer was elected by the football team to reign as queen. She was escorted by Roger Criblez and Ed Corle. Anna Crider, escorted by Steve Decker, was chosen by the Seniors for their attendant. The Juniors chose Cindy Wagner to be their attendant, and she was escorted by Sandy Hover. Cary Long escorted the Sophmore attendant, Tessa Hines. The Freshman attendant, Cigi Hoffman, was escorted by Ed Delp. The annual bonfire was held on Thursday, before the game with Perry on Friday. The Bulldogs beat the Commodores 64-0. The Homecoming dance was held the following evening in the M.P. room at the school. The large crowd was entertained by the sounds of the Ray Coleson Orchestra. 1973 81Spirit Week, unlike past years, was geared to support the team, with less emphasis on class competition. There were to be no themes chosen for the decorations or skits. Also, classes were judged on spirit at the game as well as at the pep rally. The Seniors won the Spirit Week cup by taking first in the skit and decoration categories. They also won second place in the spirit category. The Seniors have won the cup the last four years. The Juniors took first place in the spirit category, third in the decorations, and tied with the eighth grade for third place in the skit. The Sophomores placed second in the decorations and third in the spirit category. The week culminated with a Bulldog victory over Lincolnview, 76-72. WEEK FOR SENIORS!!!INTERCLASS ORATION - Paula Dornbusch, “Knowledge or Non- READING - Tesse Hines, "First Day at School;" Jeff sense;" Jim Bowden, "Energy Shortage; Fact or Martin, "The Selfish Giant;" Rise Ward, "The Waltz." Farce;" Laura Wilhelm, "A Highway, Not a Deadend " 84SHORT STORY - Nancy Bettinger, "My Chance;" Emily Darlington, "Footprints in Time;" Caroline Burton, "The Back of the Moon." ESSAY - Deb Cotsamire, "It's Worth a Million Dollars;" Bill Bischoff, "The Many Faced Machine," Beth Remsburg, "Return to Integrity." Interclass is perhaps the most important extra activity of all at Ada High School. It has been highly acclaimed by everyone coming into contact with it. Surprisingly though, it has not spread to the area schools. We, who live in Ada, should be proud that we have this unique program. Interclass was exceptionally good this year. The winners, Rise, Laura, Beth, and Emily, along with all the other contestants, have surely "Reached the Top!" 85'MILKU : f 1 L But Interclass is not just for the contestants. The entire classes of the top three grades can be involved in the skits and decorations. This year the Senior class worked together and designed some fantastically beautiful decorations. They won first prize for their efforts. The Junior class sent the audience into hysteria with their hilarious skit, and won the skit plaque for their talent. The Sophomores were by no means outdone by the other classes. They came through by winning the grand prize, the Interclass Cup. I E5SAY 5 HOP' 1 0 B B «.T.3R1 • t -El p E 1 L U 1 H R 1 N 1 » .0 t C % ' H R f, . V — - 1. fl [f il The 1974 Junior-Senior Prom was held on May 25, at McIntosh Center. From 8:00 to 12:00, a formal dance was held in the ballroom, to the music of Sir Thomas Johnstone. Caroline Burton, escorted by Tony Rieman, was elected to be the Junior attendant; while Laura Wilhelm,was elected to be the Senior attendant. She was escorted by Tom LaRue. Peg Fries, escorted by Ed Corle, was elected to reign as queen for the evening. The After-Prom started at 1:00 and lasted until 5:00. All the activities at McIntosh Center were open for the students: bowling, the snack-bar, ping-pong, and pool. A movie. The Getaway, was shown in the activities room. Needless to say, this year's prom was a great success. 88SENIORS PRESENT: QUIT YOUR KIDDING Mrs Mary Buford Evelyn Buford Winnie Buford Binnie Buford Jim Travis Jean Owen Betty Anderson Dr Shannon Thomas Patton Miss Buford Camilla Dunenberry Spike Director Janet Baier Carol Baker Bob Johnson Nancy Bettinger Dave Blevins Lee Ann Arlington Cheryl Worthington Mike Wright Bob Combs Cheryl Deringer Karen Theodore Bruce Drake Mrs Jean Sleeseman 90JUNIORS PRESENT: WHO KILLED AUNT CAROLINE? Mrs Endicott Cheryl Hopson Beryl Endicott Sharon Fleming Agnes Endicott Vicki Cibson Cecily Endicott Karla Dearth Ricky Endicott Rex Hays Dan Donavon Allen Clum Dave Thompson DougKlingler Meena Mabbitt Anita Weihrauch Lt. Clayton Mark Willeke Una Hagaman Nancy Vandeborn Aunt Caroline Lark Herrington Louise Mclain Cathy Hower Director Mr Tom DearthSADIE HAWKINS DANCE The G.A.A. annual dance was truly in the "Sadie Hawkins" spirit this year. It was not a formal dance; everyone wore jeans, overalls, and clodhoppers. The multi-purpose room was decorated in the fashion of a barn, with bales of straw for seats and a straw covered floor. For entertainment, the couples were married by "Marryin' Sam," alias Mr. Markley. They even participated in some square and round dances. For simple offences such as tapping feet and crossing legs, a person could be arrested by the sheriff, alias Mr. Fox. Everyone left with happy memories and a marriage license! Terry Roberson, accompanied by Ed Corle, and Brenda Daughtery, escorted by Tim Harris; tied for Sophomore attendant. Caroline Burton, escorted by Tony Reiman was selected by the Juniors to be their attendant. Pat Zimmer, accompanied by Denny Dearth, was chosen to reign as queen. 92FIESTAFETE FRANSPANOL The French and Spanish Clubs held their annual carnival on Saturday, March 9. The members and guests enjoyed a feast of French and Spanish foods. The activities were dancing, the French game of boule, bingo playing, pinata breaking, and portraits were drawn. Eric Martin and Andrea Misler reigned as the French king and queen, while Ed Delp and Emily Darlington reigned for the Spanish. 93ORGANIZATIONS REACH THE TOPROW ONE: jim Klingler, Sylvia Rex, Cheri Hepner, Barb Agin, Doug VanAtta, Deb Klingler ROW TWO: Neal Dornbusch, Anna Crider, Joe Awad, Louis Vottero, Dave Reese, Denny Simon, Mike Park, Ed Corle, Larry Lile, Wes Stobbe, Russ Schwickert, Vimal Shah STUDENT COUNCIL ROW ONE: President Ed Corle, V President Jim Klingler ROW TWO: Sec. Deb Klingler, Advisor Dale Madison, Treas Barb Agin PRESIDENT: Ed Corle 96 CHRISTIAN CLUB ROW ONE: Anita Agin ROW TWO: Tammy Brummett, Rhonda Henry, Joyce Klmgler, Denise Shaw ROW THREE: Janice Henry, Linda Elwood, Michelle Casper, Tessa Hines ROW FOUR: Mark Smith, Sheila Cahman, Anita Weihrauch, Paula DaPore, Rhonda Umphress, Nancy Bettinger ROW FIVE: Bob Combs, Paul Jones, Dave Blevins, Karen Boutwell.ANNUAL STAFF ROW ONE: Laura Wilhelm, Nolan Long, Becky Montgomery, Sheryl Willeke. Anna Crider, Deb Cotsamire ROW TWO: Dennis Telles, Bill Bischoff, Mary Baughman, Cathy Hower, Paula DaPore, Linda Bailey ROW THREE: Richard Theodore, Beth Remsburg, Jane Sleesman, Karen Boutwell, Mr Fox, Brenda Daugherty. Deb Klingler, Cathy VanAtta 98 EDITOR: Sheryl Willeke JUN de Thursday, posed Press udent coun- d bee ' made committees UVKIIIU UVCI IIKW Ul foi ____ iRinnC. Q ' f i W C ■ ROW ONt: aro’ine Burton, Cheryl Worthington, Marianne Heinfield Chris Dock, 11 I I I vj j n l I V t Elaine Bosse, Paula Dornbusch, Darla Hunsicker ROW TWO: Rise Ward! !irn Money ,'of 1976 has for the leannin Blevins, Karen Bailey, Kris Decker, Cathy Criblez, )udy Linger, Linda.SCUlar Dys-The Juniors ord Elwood ROW THREE: Mrs Cummings, Nancy Bettinger, Bob Combs, Sheila Smith, l+Vio-tn nlam j _ |ohn Vottero, Howard Elliott, Jim Bowden itnelr clase ringB in . -------- . o ymjmores earned Icf last year. The .class to have any hair length. the money by holdinr two IriDgs are to arrive Sent- Girls mp.v vear bine leans. Muscular Dvstronhy walks, lember ! jg |juniors Whei led the: Idered |styles| Jwere 01 lone st’ Icided (dual o: | he wan: The |The sa I to con The liars for vne jut | Soring of each J fCITOR: Nancy Bettinger There is a fu.. acj.c».tion of magazines being Iscld, If anyone is interested in purchasing a subscription of one. of the magazines being sold they Home- .ckert, r. ; Cole .ngler, ‘igin. roe, A-•nbusch lecora- ■.irm.an, die, Van- about Homecoming this year is October 12 and 13. Ada plays Perry in football for the homecoming gameINDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB ROW ONE: Gregg Dysert, Allen Clum, Bill Spar ROW TWO: Rex Hays, Ken Cibson, Rick Elwood. Jeff Hall, Sheila Smith Mike Mathewson, Sheryl Willeke ROW THREE: Jim Sousley Dennis Dearth, Steve Decker, Terri Massillo, Cheryl Worthing-t°n Lynette Gossard, Kathy Moser, Marianne Hemfield, Mike Miller, Mark Haight, Jim Norton, Mr Dearth ROW FOUR: Terri Cossman Cenny Ansley, Kathy Klingler, Chris Dock, Cindy Banks, Bob Johnson ROW ONE: Pres Kathy Klingler, Sec Allen Clum ROW TWO: V Pres Dennis Dearth 100ROW ONE: Mark Willeke, Bill Bischoff, Carol Baker, Mrs Sleesman, Deb Kent, Sherri Zimmerly ROW TWO: Mary Baughman, Cathy VanAtta, Tessa Hines, Jane Sleesman, Nancy Baughman, Kathy Schumacher ROW THREE: Dave Blevins, Rex Hays, Kris Decker, Nancy Stuart, Tammy Brummett, Mike Wright, Bob Combs ROW FOUR: Judy Keller, Karen Theodore, Cindy Banks, Cheryl Worthington, Lark Herrington, Andrea Misler, Jeny Maxwell, Deb Klingler ROW FIVE: Brenda Naylor, Jill Lawerence, Jeannie Wiley, Sylvia Rex Ann Allen, SueCriesmer, Darla Hunsicker, Kathleen Borton, Bob Johnson DRAMA CLUB ROW ONE: Treas Mark Willeke, Sec Sherri Zimmerly, Pres Bill Bischoff, Advisor Mrs Sleesman, V. Pres. Carol Baker, Reporter Deb Kent 101ROW ONE: Bev Krofft, Vicki Cordon, Tessa Hines, Tammy Brummett, Cindy Spar, Advisor Mr Markley, Tern Roberson, Brenda Daugherty, Emily Darlington, Deb Klingler, Linda Bailey ROW TWO: Kathleen Berton, Beth Remsburg, Chris Spar, Penny Patton, Layne Moore, Cheryl Hopson, Peg Fries, jeni Badertscher, Pam Dunbar, Sandy Cook, Sandy Fletcher ROW THREE: Sherry Fisher, Lori Edens, Sandy Tackett, Andy Fisher, Cathy VanAtta, Steve Acheson, Dave Reese, Doug VanAtta, Tern Massillo, Pam Boutwell, Lori Klingler ROW FOUR: Barb Conley, Diane Moore, Carla Conley, Debbie Cordon, Debbie Boutwell, Darla Hunsicker, Randy Simon, Teresa Jenkins, Bob Whitaker, Chris Quattrocchi, Terri Benham ROW FIVE: Tom LaRue, Lon Begley, Connie McKee, Jaque Cahman, Cathy Decker, April Arlington, Amy Allen, Juli Lawrence, Cathy Miller, Gina Hopson, Sue Dodge ROW SIX: Jim Klingler, Shelly Hofferbert, Beth Ann Hower, Lynn Coe, Valerie Lenhart, Chris Schwickert, Cathy Cole, Kim Blough, Stacy Harris, Lynn Stansloskie, Joyce Baier ROW SEVEN: Terri Stahl, Sue Fensler, Beth Chaney, Nancy Baughman, Vicki VanAtta, Donna Hall, Barb Telles, Annette McBride, Bonnie Klingler, Paul Sharritts, Joyce Klingler ROW EIGHT: Nancy Kniffen, Lori Cook, Sylvia Smith,Mindy Berger, Lori Simon, Pam Zachariah, Kathy Boutwell, LouAnn Wyss, Anita Hopson, Tina Brummett, Nancy Brummett, Nancy Quattrocchi ROW NINE: Pat Bowden, Valerie Lenhart. Lori Simmons, Deb Lamb, Judy Keller, Jill Lawrence, Brenda Naylor, Ann Allen, Tina Lantz, Pam Lissner, Crystal Dearth, Robin Lamb, Wilma Fancher, Sue Badertscher, Beth Miller, Kris Decker, Robin Simon, Paula Dornbusch, Sylvia Rex, Kathy Fancher, Cigi Hoffman, Charleen Oates. PEP CLUB ROW ONE: Treas Teri Roberson, Sec Emily Darlington ROW TWO: Pres. Brenda Daugherty, Mr Markley, Reporter Deb Klingler 102ROW ONE: Paula DaPore Treas., Pat Zimmer Sg at Arms. ROW TWO: Anita Weihrauch Sec , Mrs Burris ABSENT: Judy Marshall Pres., Cindy Price V. Pres ROW ONE: Sue Griesemer, Lark Herrington, Carol Brown, Mrs Burris, Judy Marshall, Cindy Price, Anita Weihrauch, Paula DaPore, Cindy Brown, Pat Zimmer ROW TWO: Caroline Burton, Beth Miller, Joyce Klingler, Jeni Badertscher, Michelle Hubbell, Brenda Daughtery, Carolyn Dearth, Teri Roberson, Cathy VanAtta, Emily Darlington ROW THREE: Sharon Fleming, Becky Burns, Jill Spar, Cheryl Worthington, Paula Dornbusch, Cindy Wagner, Becky Boutwell, Genny Ansley, Cheryl Hopson ROW FOUR: Chris Quattrocchi, Tessa Hines, Teri Benham, Robin Simon, Debbie Weihrauch, Crystal Zachariah, Kathleen Berton, Cathy Hower, Cheri Hepner, Carla Conley ROW FIVE: Vicki Cordon, Rhonda Henry, Rhonda Umphress, Michelle Casper, Sheila Gahman, Beth Remsburg, Deb Klingler, Diane Moore, Andy Fisher ROW SIX: Linda Bailey, Vicki Gibson, Cathy Criblez, Kris Decker, Jenny Maxwell, Tammy Brummett, Cheryl Hall, Barb Agin, Deb Romick 103F.T.A ROW ONE: Becky Montgomery ROW TWO: Terri Gossman, Nancy Bettmger, Miss Sale, Karen Boutwell ROW THREE: Crystal Zachariah, Chris Quattrocchi, Robin Simon. Paula Dornbusch, Lori Shull ROW FOUR: Jim Klingler, Cindy Banks, Sheryl Willeke, Lynnette Gossard, Vicki Daugherty, Beth Remsburg, Janet Baier, Cheryl Deringer ROW FIVE: Ed Corle, Bruce Drake Cathy Moser, Marianne Heinfield, Ann Allen, Jill Lawrence, Judy Keller ROW SIX: Cindy Spar. Nancy Baughman. Tammy Brummett, Diane Klingenberger, Bev Krofft, Mary Baughman 104Y TEENS ROW ONE: Cindv Brown. Emilv Darlington, Sheila Smith, Paula DaPore, Nancy Baughman ROW TWO: Becky Boutwell, Wanda Baughman, Ten Cossman, Nancy Bettmger, Vicki Daugherty, Mrs Bozarth ROW THREE: Tammy Brummett, Rhonda Henry, Vicki Cordon, Sheryl Willeke, Teri Massillo, Sharon Fleming, Cindy Price, Cheri Hepner, Cenny Ansley ROW FOUR: Cindy Banks. Chris Ouattrocchi. Tessa Hines. Diane Moore. Cathy Moser. Chris Dock. LeeAnn Arlington Marianne Heinfield Kathv Klincler ROW FIVE: Cindy Spar. Anna Crider, judy Marshall. Pat Zimmer, Deb Cotsamire, Mary Baughman, Deb Klmgler Sec Cenny Ansley, Pres Deb Cotsamire, Treas Lynnett Cossard, V. Pres Paula Da Pore, Advisor Mrs Bozarth 105ROW ONE: Bob Dodge, Dennis Dearth, Doug Klingler, Bill James, Steve Acheson, Steve Conley ROW TWO: Don Bryan, Dennis Telles, Bob Devier, Bob Conley, James Hall, Marty Guyton, Jeff Hall, Bruce Smith, Tom Wagner, Mr Shaffer ROW THREE: Jim Jenkins, Wayne Jump, Gene Griffin, Mike Fensler, Jerry Badertscher, John Sousley, Duane Helms, Jim Sousley, Ken Ring, Ray Shoyer ROW FOUR: Mike Preston, Jay Zsembik, Don Spar, Marie Searson, Mark VanAtta, Mike Gossman, Mike Price, Dave Derringer, Ken Blankenship, Herbert Judy, Mark Nichols. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ROW ONE: Sent Bob Dodge, Reporter Steve Acheson ROW TWO: Mr Shaffer V. Pres Tim Harris, Sec Steve Conley ROW THREE: Treas. Doug Klingler, Pres Bill James, Student Adv Dennis Dearth 106FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA ROW ONE: Deb Klingler. Jeny Maxwell, Cheryl Hall ROW TWO: Sandy Cook, Teri Behman, Nancy Kniffen, Linda Bailey, Kathy Schumacher ROW THREE: Andy Fisher, Jem Badertscher, Michelle Hubbell, Carolyn Dearth, Diane Moore, Brenda Daugherty, Tina Lantz, Cherri Rayl, Sue Fensler ROW ONE: V Pres Linda Bailey, Pres Barb Wingfield ROW TWO: Hist Cheryl Hall, Treas Deb Klingler, Song Leader, Michelle Hubbell, Parham Brenda Daugherty ROW THREE: Sec jeni Badertscher, Reporter Andy Fisher, Rec Leader, Carolyn Dearth 107ROW ONE: Brett Vottero, Cathy Miller ROW TWO: Mr Markley, Cregg Hofferbert, Larry Lite. Kevin Young, Mr Neff ROW THREE: Shelly Hofferbert, David Woodruff, Carma Long, Cathy Dodge. Stacy Harris 108ROW ONE: Howard Elliott, Beth Remsburg, Tim Stambaugh ROW TWO: Kamal Shaw, Paula Dornbusch, Wanda Baughman, Lori Shull, Tammy Brummett ROW THREE: Mr Markley, Mark Willeke, Dennis Telles, John Vottero, Dave Norberg, Rex Hays, Richard Theodore, Mr Neff SENIOR HIGH SCIENCE CLUB Pres Howard Elliott, V Pres Beth Remsburg, Sec Treas Tim Stambaugh, Mr Neff, Mr Markley 109ROW ONE: Sheryl Willeke, Karen Baiiey, Lynnette Gossard, Teri Gossman ROW TWO: Alane Nelson, Cindy Brown, Lee Ann Arlington, Denise Williams, Cheryl Worthington, jenny Maxwell OFFICE GIRLS 110LIBRARIANS ROW ONE: Deb Kent, Jan Boutwell, Cindy Spar, Betty Sousley, Sue Fensler, Sandy Cook ROW TWO: Anita Weihrauch, Kevin Young, Larry Lile, Chris Spar, Denise Shaw ROW THREE: Kirk Weimer, Bill Bischoff, Cathy Naylor, Joyce Derringer, Lynne Cole, Mike Cramer, Mark Willeke, Barb Conley ROW FOUR: Cheryl Hall, Karen Bailey, Wanda Baughman,Chris Quattrocchi, Beth Remsburg, Paula Dornbusch, Rhonda Henry ROW FIVE: Judy Keller, Diane Klingenberger, Jeannie Blevins, Howard Elliott, Deb Anspach, Jill Lawrence, Karen Boutwell.O.W.A. jerry Pifer V Pres., Charleen Dearth Pres leff Kniffen Sec ., Mr Bruin. O.W.E. Peg Woolcott Treas., Jeff Pifer V Pres , Mr Ricker, Sterling Brown Pres , Rhonda Musser Sec., Absent John Romick Sgt at Arms. Jill Klingler Sec., Eric Archer V Pres , Mr Lawrence, Mike Mankey Pres., Carla Lambert Treas. 112FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Cathy Hower, V Pres , Jim Klingler, Pres , Deb Klingler, Sec Treas , Mrs Minto. 113ROW ONE: Becky Montgomery, Sheila Smith, Sheryl Willeke, Nolan Long, Marri-anne Heinfield, Cheryl Derringer ROW TWO: Peg Fries, Nancy Bettinger, Laura Wilhelm, Wanda Baughman, Deb Cotsamire, Anna Crider, Lynnette Cossard, Karen Theodore IN TREE: Jim Klingler, Teri Massillo, Karen Bailey, Teri Cossman, Carol Baker ROW ONE: Bob Conley, Steve Conley, Jim Bowden, Tim Stambuagh, Bob Combs, Howard Elliott, Doug VanAtta ROW TWO: Janet Baier, Michelle Casper, Vicki Daugherty, Cindy Banks, Lee Ann Arlington, Sharon Fleming, Mary Baughman, Cathy Moser, Mrs Miller IN TREE: Dan Hassell, Rex Hays, Bill Bischoff, Mike Park, Chris Dock, Cheryl Worthington NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Cheryl Derringer V. Pres , Sheryl Willeke Sec. Treas., Jim Klingler Pres. 114SPORTS REACH THE TOP 1151973-74 FOOTBALL TEAM Ada High Bulldogs, beaten once each of the past two football seasons, completed a perfect campaign and clinched sole possession of the Northwest Conference Championship,- ending with a 9—0 record for the season and 8—0 in the league The toughest games of the season were against the Bluffton Pirates and all-time rivals, the Allen East Mustangs. The Bulldogs, then 3—0 overall, trailed Bluffton 7—0 until the fourth quarter, when Steve Decker scored first, from five yards out and then with a two yard scamper. Roger Criblez booted the two field goals and Ada won 14 — 7. The Bulldogs, still holding their undefeated title went against the Mustangs who T ▼ , •-? ■ ''Jj ft iff3;V ft VI ;ft2 Up4. ft n. sc 1 it 63 ' 43 ‘ ,33 1 25 ' bd ' 63, 'I. l. -’ 7” ’ — 'ar — - v ? "3 A itift 3L JKTbCOW u 1 ROW ONE: Ed Corle, Steve Decker, Eric Archer, Mike Park, Jeff Martin, Roger Criblez ROW TWO: Rob Simon, Dave Long, Rex Hays, Bob Conley, Steve Acheson, Tim Harris. ROW THREE: Creg Dysert, Eric Martin, Sandy Hover, Doub VanAtta, Jack Paugh, Jeff Plummer ROW FOUR: Coach Bruin, Keith Beltz, Creg Creen, Jim McBride, Ernie Whitaker, Mike England. Mike Cossman ROW FIVE: Coach Ricker, Coach Honegger, Rory Massillo, Mike Cramer, Greg Dearth, Jeff Campbell, Tony Hover ASSISTANT COACHES: Mike Bruin, Hal Honegger, Roger Bartley. HEAD COACH: Gary Ricker 116were 5 — 1 over all After a scoreless first half Decker scored in the third quarter with Criblez booting a goal. Ada then broke the game wide open in the fourth with Sterling Brown running two more touchdowns. Throughout the season the fans showed their loyalty and the Bulldogs went on in their victorious spirit to show that they had reached the top and still remain there. ROW ONE: Sterling Brown, Jim Klingler, Chip Cole, Terry Brite, Dan Brown, Mike Mankey, Bill Cahman ROW TWO: Jeff Boutwell, Bill James, Denny Dearth, Dave Reese, Doug Klingler, Jeff Hall, Rick El wood ROW THREE: Allen Clum, Mike Miller, Jeff Ballard, Dave Collins, Steve Conley, Dennis Boutwell, Bob Dodge ROW FOUR: Cary Long, Jeff Hopson, Ken Cibson, Mark VanAtta, Denny Simon, Jim Jenkins, Don Bryan ROW FIVE: Dave Risner, Ed Delp, Raymond Lambert, Tom Wagner, Lonny Kent, Jon Arlington, Coach Bartley VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Cathy VanAtta, Peg Fries, Cheryl Hopson, Jeni Badertscher, Teri Massillo, Mascot: Tessa Hines Eric Archer 1973-74 SENIOR LETTERMEN Terry Brite Dan Brown Sterling Brown 5 3, 86 BillCahman Jim Klingler Mike Mankey Jeff Martin Uillcloiis Lambaste :ctugm a iv-vaiu n Dave Long. But Ada lommodores 64-0 1973-74 FOOTBALL RECORD rTltllU'KL £ a r ADA 42 Delphos Jefferson 0 (0 1 ADA 41 Columbus Grove 7 ADA 14 Bluffton 7 s ADA 26 Wayne Trace 0 ADA 54 Crestview 0 ADA 64 Perrv a ’ ADA. 64 ADA AHA ’ •' Perry ' 1 ft Allen East tmk a . ■ _______ __ —Nhciyoi'.iuus Af o .Enas Season 118  Chip Cole Ed Corle Rodger Criblez Steve Decker120 CROSS COUNTRY STANDING: Randy Harris, Joe Awad, Don Spar, Jeff Risner, Wolke, George Wolber. Jeff Fries, Jim Klingler, Randy Dysert, Mark Haight, Robert Prater, Hoyte Wilhelm, Mike Sousley, Bo Michael KNEELING: Mike Agin, Coach Gene Fries, Jim Bowden, Dave Agin, Bruce Smith, Mike Elliott. Mark Tom LaRue SENIOR LETTERMEN vCROSS-COUNTRY SCORES [Low Score WinsJ ADA 18 Wapakoneta Senior 41 ADA 15 Lima Central Catholic 48 ADA 16 Waynesfield 46 ADA 16 Indian Lake 47 ADA 20 Hardin Northern 42 ADA 30 Upper Scioto Valley 59 Hardin Northern 70 Benjamin Logan 75 ADA was 2nd of 8 teams in the Indian Lake Invitational. ADA 18 Allen East 43 ADA was 5th of 13 teams in the Ontario Invitational ADA 23 Benjamin Logan 34 ADA was 1st of 9 teams in the Northwest Conference Meet ADA 25 Bluffton 31 ADA was 2nd of 11 teams in the Sectional ADA was 4th of 13 teams in the District ADA was 7th of 10 teams in the State Championship Meet at Columbus ADA was undefeated in Dual and Triangular Meets and won the N.W.C. and placed 7th in state. Overall Record 52-15 ADA was 7th of 10 teams in the State Championship Meet at Columbus1974 ROUNDBALLERS MAKE IT TO THE TOP KNEELING: Rick Elwood, Larry Lyle STANDING: Bo Micheal, Dave Long. Mike Park, Roger Criblez, Denny Boutwell, Dave Agin, Jim Bowden, Mike Sousley, Jeff Fries, Randy Dysert 1973-74 SEASON RECORD ADA 58 Ridgemont 83 ADA Y 100 Columbus Grove 69 ADA 87 Delphos Jefferson 72 ADA 83 Indian Lake 69 ADA 90 Ljma-Perry 74 ADA 70 Kentofi 76 ADA 69 Upper Scioto Valley 91 ADA 80 Arlington % V 49 ADA 86 Wayne Trace 70 ADA 50 Riverdale 59 adaJP 76 Lincolnview W I' I72 ADA 73 Carey 72 ADA 90 Crestyiew 78 ADA 84 • Waynesfield 65 ADA 56 Bluffton 51 ADA I'A 73 Hardin Northern 6 ADA 100 Spencerville 43 ADA 63 Allen East 66 ADA Upper Scioto Valley 77 122 COACH: Gene Fries OVERALL RECORD 13 -6ASSISTANT COACHES: Ted Lee, Paul Cramer, Hal Honegger,ROW ONE: Bonnie Klingler, Terri Benham, Cheri Hepner, Terry Roberson ROW TWO: Lynn Coe, Diane Moore, Brenda Daugherty Chris Dock, Sylvia Rex, Kathy Klingler, Becky Montgomery, Michelle Hubbell, Cathy Decker ROW THREE: Mr Markley, Sue Fensler leannie Wiley, Karen Boutwell, Barb Agin, Andrea Misler, Cathy Hower, Cheryl Hall, Barb Telles, Marie Searson, Mrs Pitts 1973-74 SEASON RECORD DA 25 Perry Crestview 30 DA 27 Jw 87 DA 9 Arlington 59 DA 36 Kenton 45 DA 30 Upper Scioto Valley 34 DA 20 Liberty Benton 28 DA 20 Arcadia 21 DA 26 Kenton 30 XDA 31 Bluffton 27 A 29 Allen East 24 Overall Record 2 - 8 GIRLS BASKETBALL i_ 124 COACH: Sharon PittsROW ONE: Larry Lyle, jack Paugh, Bo Micheal, Dave Long, Bill James, Rick Elwood ROW TWO: Keith Beltz, Mark Wolke, Mike England, Greg Dysert, Victor VanHorne, Jeff Ballard, Ed Delp JV BASKETBALL 1973-74 SEASON RECORD ADA 43 Ridgemont 36 ADA 38 Columbus Grove 42 ADA 40 Delphos Jefferson 49 ADA 38 Indian Lake 28 ADA 45 Lima-Perry 27 ADA 54 Kenton 47 ADA 39 Upper Scioto Valley 43 ADA 53 Arlington 26 ADA 43 Wayne Trace 44 ADA 34 Riverdale 60 ADA 32 Lincolnview 51 ADA 54 Carey 64 ADA 40 Crestview 61 ADA 39 Waynesfield 32 ADA 39 Bluffton 32 ADA 43 Hardin Northern 30 ADA 57 Spencerville 29 31 ADA 36 Allen East OVERALL RECORD 10-8 125FRESHMAN BASKETBALL STANDING (left to right): Jeff Campbell, Randy Harris, Don Spar, Joe Awad, George Wolber, John Arlington, Dave Risner, Jeff Cramer, Hoyte Wilhelm, Raymond Lambert, Mike Elliot KNEELING: Rick Cibson, Ron Tarr 126 CHEERLEADERS: Tina Lantz, Gloria Hoffman, Darla Hunsicker, Beth Cheney, Charlene OatesROW ONE: Bruce Price, Jeff Bischoff, Eric Wolber, Brad Baker, Chris Bischoff ROW TWO:Ty Micheal, Greg Ballard, Dan Schumacker, George Sleesman, Mike Agin, Mark Reichert, Mike Hall, Craig Reynolds, Lon Cheney, Stan Parshall, Scott Stahl 8th GRADE 7th GRADE ROW ONE: Pat Jenkins, Lane Cheney, Neal Dornbusch, Kenny Fleming, Chris Binkley, Don Stobbe ROW TWO: Jamie Zsembick, Walter Bettinger, Dusty Klingler, Doug Fries, John Stahl, John Sharrits, Tom McBride, Bill VanHorn, Greg Hofferbert ROW THREE: Kyle Wilhelm, Brett Votterro, Cary Smith, Craig Roberson, Tim Griffin, Keith Delp, Randy Hanna, Don Anspach, Dan Umpress 127IR. HIGH FOOTBALL AND TRACK ROW ONE: Don Anspach, Tom McBride, Tim Hubbell, Kenny Fleming, Tim Campbell, Walt Bettinger, Pat jenkins, Don Stobbe, Layne Moore, Chris Binkley, Cary Criblez ROW TWO: Brian Willeke, Ty Micheal, Doug Fries, Bill Carver, Randy Simon, Kyle Wilhelm, Dan Umphress, Jeff Bischoff, Dusty Klingler, Brad Baker, Dan Taber, Scott Stahl ROW THREE: Jeff McBride, Stuart Brown, Chris Bischoff, Dave Badertcher, Dave Berton, Mike Simon, Cary Smith, Sandy Anspach, Dave Carmean, Craig Roberson ROW FOUR: Creg Brummett, Jeff Criblez, Stan Parshall, Bruce Price, Keith Delp, Bob Whitaker, Mark Reichert, Mike Hall, Craig Reynolds, Creg Ballard, Tim Griffin, Lon Cheney ROW ONE: David Cossman, Roger McKinley, Doug Fries, Tim Campbell, Tim Hubbell, Craig Roberson, Keith Delp, Kyle Wilhelm, Dave Carmean, Cary Criblez, Layne Moore ROW TWO: Jaime Zsembic, Kenny Fleming, Lance Cheney, Chris Binkley, Eric Farrington, Brad Baker, Bill Carver, Bill VanHorne, Dan Umphress, Pat Jenkins, Neal Dornbusch, Creg Hofferbert ROW THREE: Bret Vottero, Randy Simon, Brian Willeke, Dean Devier, Bob Whitaker, Eric Wolber, Kevin Young, Scott Stahl, Craig Reynolds, Creg Ballard ROW FOUR: Jeff Bischoff, Tom McBride, Chris Bischoff, Dave Berton, Cary Smith, Dan Schumaker, Stuart Brown, Stan Parshall, Randy Hanna, Bruce Price, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Lon Cheney 128GIRLS TRACK ROW ONI- Lori Shull Rhonda Henry, Paul Dornbusch, Cindy Brown, Emily Darlington, Terri Benham, |udy Marshall, Kathy Klinaler Cheryl Hall 'Lee Ann Arlington ROW TWO: Julie Miller, Vicki Daugherty, Carol Brown, Janice Henry, Miche le Hubbell Ann Allen Jill Lawrence, Caroline Burton, Mary Baughman. ROW THREE: Mrs Pitts, Lynn Coe, Annette McBride, Karen Bailey, Alaine Nelson, Brenda Daugherty, Karen Boutwell, Debi Lamb, Andy Fisher, Peg Fries, Terri Roberson, Robin Simon, Carolyn Dearth, Charlene Oates, Linda Bailey, Bonnie Klingler, Cathy Decker 17973-74 SEASON RECORD ADA 59 Ridgemont 49 Waynesfield 49 ADA 55 Riverdale (Boys) 40 ADA 74 Ada Invitational for Girls Overall Record 4 - 0 COACH: Sharon PittsVARSITY TRACK ADA 80 Benjamin-Logan 46 ADA 64 Bluffton 47Vi, Hardin Northern 33Vi ADA 87 Allen East 40 ADA 59 Clyde 77, Columbus Grove 23 ADA 93 Cory-Rawson 41, Perry 25 IDA 33 iDA 58 lDA 117 iDA 134 DA 52 .DA 20 First Place-Blade Relays Riverdale 69 First Place-Ada Invitational First Place-Sectional First Place - District Eighth Place - State Tract Meet COACH: Roger BartleyVARSITY BASEBALL ROW ONE: Jerry Badertscher, Ron Tar, Geoffrey Hall, Bruce Smith, Bob Combs, Jim Klingler, Mike Miller, Mark Wolke ROW TWO: Rick Cibson, Keith Shaw, John Sousley, Eric Martin, Russ Schwickert, Rob Simon, Greg Dysert, Dave Williams, Bruce Drake, Dave Risner, Ceorge Wolber, Jeff Fries. 1973-74 SEASON RECORD ■ jiL-ggjCfBM mm ‘wrjMk- I , 4, T s9L, ADA ( 6 ' S jf. Upper Scioto Valley ■ 7 ADA 4 Bluffton 9 ADA 7 Lima Perry 6 ADA 2 Allen East 12 ADA 3 Columbus Grove 11 ADA ADA ADA ADA i £i Delphos-Jefterson Paulding Lintolnview Indian Lake■ 5 27 15 13 ADA 3 Wapak St. Joe 1 ADA 6 fprestview 20 ADA 6 Riverdale 8 ADA 2 Indian Lak w 6 ADA 2 Wapak St. Jo 3 ADA Mk 7 Spencerville 0 Overall Record 3 -12 COACH: Ted Lee133ADVERTISEMENTS REACH THE TOP 135Compliments of BRYAN'S BUTCHER SHOP South Main St. Ada, Ohio Proprietor PAUL J. BRYAN 136CUNNINGHAM S MARKET Rt. 235 south of Ada Phone 634-8783 ORDELL LAUNDRIES 304 S. Main St. 121 S. Johnson St. Jim — Annabelle Orders NORADA LANES Open and League Bowling Special Student Prices Snack Bar Ada, Ohio LOVE FURNITURE 1105 Tiffin Ave. Findlay, Ohio Phone 423-4383 DEAN GRIFFIN SONS, INC. 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Industrial Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractor 513 North lohnson Ada, Ohio THE DELMAR STUDIOS DISTRICT OFFICE 2399 Hemphill Road Kettering, Ohio 45440 Dale's Barber Shop' Nickerson Farms Star Furniture and Carpet Trylbia's Salon 147 PATRONSIRVIN VANDEMARK Insurance and Real Estate 208 N. Main Street Ada, Ohio Phone: 634-4851 COOKIES RESTAURANT B. AND H. GARAGE Harold, Henry, Don Badertscher Al Raush HAL AND JEANS Ada's Finest Restaurant Route 81 Ada, Ohio Char Broiled Steaks and Chops Seafood, Short Orders Salad Bar on Weekends GREEN TREE STABLES RIDING ADADEMY Wellington Hanson, Owner jean Rieman, Instructor R. R. 1 Ada, Ohio 634-4245 KAISER T. V. Authorized Zenith Sales and Service 102 Ballard Street Ada, Ohio Phone: 634-6526 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. 400 Greely Chapel Road Lima, Ohio 148COLE'S INSURANCE LANDMARK FARM SERVICE For all your farm needs North Main Street Bo 36 Ada, Ohio Ada, Ohio Parshall’s Clothing 108 N. MAIN ADA. OHIO Complete Line of Women's and Children's Clothing HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR YARD GOOD NEEDS "Supporting The B M AUTO PARTS INC. Ada, Kenton, and Forest Ada Bulldogs” 149NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE TECHNICAL CENTER SUPREME CLEANERS 512 South Main Street (opposite O N. U. campus) Ada, Ohio GARDNERS DRUG STORE IL' km W W W r w m - Prompt Prescription Service 150 News for the students by the students. 125 South Main Street Ada, OhioCOLE MOTOR SALES Since 1910 providing the people of our area with the wheels of transportation. 120 East Buckeye Ada, Ohio V. F. W. POST 9381 Route 1, Box 306A Ada, Ohio 151HANSON FUNERAL HOME Two Homes Oxygen and Ambulance Service 311 East Lima Street, Ada, Ohio FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN OF LIMA Ada Branch 202 South Main 152F. H. BAILEY AND SONS CO. 14 Builder Supplies General Excavating Ready Mixed Concrete Men of All Ages Patronize YANKEE PEDDLER 107 South Main Street Ada, OhioCollege of Liberal Arts (people) College of Engineering (people) College of Pharmacy (people) College of Law (people) Ada's “other" institution of learning is people. OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY 154OHIO-KENTUCKY MANUFACTURING COMPANY Liberty Street Ada, Ohio 155HINDS SHORT STOP Drive in please Drive out pleased 200 N. Main Street Ada, Ohio SOUSLEY INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Fire, Auto, Life and Hospitalization WYSS CAR WASH The 1973-74 annual staff at Ada High School has completed another volume of the WE. At this time we would like to thank all of our advertisers and patrons. Without their donations and patronage we would not be able to publish the WE. With their donations they are supporting the student body s way of remembering their years at A.H.S. The staff would again like to express our gratitude to our local merchants and businessmen. 156The deepest feeling always shows itself in silenceSENIOR DIRECTORY AGIN, ANITA - F.H A. 1,2, Y-Teens 2,3; Christian Club 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3; Choir 1,3; Librarian 1,2,3 Archer, Eric- Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2, 3, Baseball 4; Varsity "A' 1,2,3,4, F F A. 1, D C T 4, Vice-President 4; Boys' State Delegate 3. ARLINGTON, LEE ANN - C.A A 2; Y-Teens 3,4, French Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Pep Club 1,2,3; junior Varsity Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3; Office Girl 4; Class Play 4; Girls' Track 4; N.H.S 4; Choir 1,2; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1,2 BAIER, JANET - Latin Club 1,2; F T.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 3, 4. Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Band 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; Voice Staff 3. BAILEY, KAREN - Latin Club 1,2, Librarian 1,2,3,4, Office Cirl 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Y-Teens 3; F T A 1,2; Voice Staff 2,3,4; Girls' Track 4, Choir 1; French Club 4, President 4 BAKER, CAROL Voice Staff 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2, C.A.A. 2; French Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Choir 2,3,4. Ensemble 4. N H.S. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3, Pep Band 1,2; Class Play 4; Drama Club 1,3,4, Play 1,3,4. BANKS, CINDY - Marlington High School 1; Band 2; French Club 2; Drama Club 3; Y-Teens 2,3,4; C.A A. 2; Industrial Arts Club 4; Girls' Track 4, F T.A 3,4, N.H.S. 4, Class Play 3; Pep Club 2 BARNES, JEFF - Baseball 1,2,3; Varsity "A" 2,3; D C.T 4 BAUGHMAN, WANDA - French Club 1,2; Choir 1; Band 1,2,3,4; F T.A. 2,3; Chemistry Team 3, Science Club 3,4, Y-Teens 3,4; Voice Staff 3,4; Stage Band 2,3; Pep Band 2.3.4. NHS 3,4; Librarian 3,4; Voter Information Coordinator 4 BETTINGER, NANCY - F T A 2,3,4, Vice-President 4. French Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 3,4, Reporter 4; Christian Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. Majorette 2,3; Voice Staff 1,2,3,4, Editor-in-chief 4; Class Play 3,4; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1; All-Area Band 2,3; District Band 4; Lima Youth Symphony Orchestra 4, Drama Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2, N H S 3.4, G A.A. 2, Interclass Contestant 4; Co-valedictorian 4 BLEVINS, DAVE - Spanish Club 3,4; Drama Club 4; Baseball 2; Track 4, Interclass Contestant 2,3; Christian Club 4; Voice Staff 3,4; Class Play 4 BRITE, TERRY Football 3,4; Varsity A" 3,4, O W E. 3,4, Reporter 3. BROWN, CAROL - French Club 1,2; Voice Staff 2; Pep Club 1; C.A.A. 2,3,4 BROWN, DAN - Football 1,3,4, Basketball 1; F.F.A. 2,3; D C.T 4; Varsity "A" 4 BROWN, STERLING - F.F.A 1; Football 1,2,3,4, Varsity "A" 1,2,3,4; O W E. 3.4, President 4 CHENEY, RHONDA - Band 1,2; COLE, CHIP - Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Varsity "A" 3,4, Class Play 3; Spanish Club 2,3, Vice-President 2. COMBS, BOB French Club 1,2, Baseball 2,3,4, Varsity "A" 4; Drama Club 4; N H.S. 4; Voice Staff 3,4, Class Play 3,4 CORLE, ED - Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4, Varsity "A 2, 3.4, Secretary 4; Student Council 2,3,4, President 4; Class Play 3; Pep Club 4; Industrial Arts Club 2; F.T A 3. COTSAMIRE, DEB Annual Staff 2,3,4. Band 1,2,3,4 Choir 1,2; French Club 1,2, Vice President 1; Y-Teens 2,3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Interclass Contestant 3,4, C.A A. 2; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, Ensemble 1,2; Homecoming Attendant 2; Class Play 3, N H S 3,4; Covaledictorian 4, Class President 1,2,3. CRIBLEZ, ROGER Industrial Arts Club 2,3; French Club 1. 2; Football 1.2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Varsity “A" 2.3.4, Treasurer 4. CRIDER, ANNA Voice Staff 1; Annual Staff 2,3,4, Class Play 3; Class Vice-President 3; Band 1,2,3.4, Librarian 3,4; Choir 1,2; Homecoming Attendant 4, N.H.S 3,4, C. A A 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Industrial Arts Club 3; French Club 1,2, President 2; Pep Club 1.2, President 1,2. CROWE, SUE Latin Club 1; Voice Staff 3. CURTIS, ANITA - F.H.A 1,2,3, Historian 3; Choir 1, Pep Club 1.2; D C.T 4 DAUGHERTY, VICKI - Annapolis High School 1.2, Spanish Club 3, Spanish Queen 3; Y-Teens 3; N H S 4; F T. A 3,4, Girls' Track 4 DECKER, STEVE Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, Track 1.2, 3.4, Varsity "A" 1,2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 4, Pep Club 4 DERINGER, CHERYL - Latin Club 1,2, President 2, F T A 1.2.3.4, Secretary 3, Band 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Choir 1,2,3, 4; All-Area Band 3; Class Play 3,4; Stage Band 2,3, NHS 3.4, Vice-President 4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1.2,3.4; Class Secretary 4; Ensemble 4; Salutatorian 4 DOCK, CHRIS - French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, Y-Teens 2.3.4, C.A.A 2; Girls' Basketball 4, Industrial Arts Club 3,4; Voice Staff 3,4; N H S 4; Band 1,2; Pep Band 2 DRAKE, BRUCE - Pompano Beach. Florida 1; Band 2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3; District Band 2,3,4; All-Area Band 2,3; Solo and Ensemble Contest 2,3,4, Track 2,3; Varsity "A" 2,3,4; Choir 4; Baseball 4; Class Play 4; F. T.A. 4; All-Ohio Bovs' Band 4 EARL, DAVID F.F.A 2,3; D C.T 4 FISHER, WARREN - Band 1,2,3,4, Drum Major 1,2,3,4; D. C T 4; F.F.A 1,2,3, Secretary 2; Spanish Club 3 FRIES, PEG - New Knoxville High School 1,2; Band 3,4, N.H.S. 3,4, Head Majorette 3, Mascot 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4, Y-Teens 3; Girls' Track 4, Class Play 3. GAHMAN, BILL Football 4 CARVER, MARK -O W E 3,4 GOSSARD, LYNETTE - Pep Club 1; F.T.A 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; G.A.A 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Industrial Arts Club 4, Choir 1,3; French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3; Office Cirl 3,4, N H S. 3,4 GOSSMAN, TERRI - Pep Club 1; F T A 3,4, Secretary 4; G. A.A. 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Industrial Arts Club 4, French Club 1,2; Choir 1,2,3; Office Girl 2,4; F.F.A. Queen 4, N H S. 3,4 158 GRIESEMER, SUE - Toledo Central Catholic High School 1,2; Band 4, Drama Club 4, Play 4 Pep Band 4 HEINFEl D, MARIANNE - Pep Club 1,2; C.A A 2; Y-Teens 2.3.4, Industrial Arts Club 4, F T A 3,4; French Club 1,2, NHS 3,4; Voice Staff 4; Choir 1,2,3; Class Play committee 3. HOFFFRBFRT, |OHN - Spanish Club 2,3; Cross Country 3, D.C.T 4 HUGHES, RICK D C.T 4 HULL, KEVIN F.F A 1,2,3; D.C.T. 4 HUNSICKER, BOB Industrial Arts Club 2; D.C.T. 4 IOHNSON, BOB Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4, Class Play 4. Drama Club 4, Play 4, Choir 4 KLINGLER, DENNIS Basketball 1. D.C.T 4, F.F.A 1,2,3 KLINGLER, |ILL - D.C.T 4, Secretary 4; G A A 2.3; Pep Club 1,2, Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2, Spanish Club 3, Interclass Contestant 3; Latin Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 1,2; Choir 1,2. KLINGLER, JIM - Spanish Club 2,4, Treasurer 2, President 4, Varsity "A” 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, Industrial Arts Club 3; N.H.S 3,4, President 4, Pep Club 4; F T.A 4. Football 1,2,3,4, Class Play 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Student Council 3,4, Vice-President 4; Class President 4 KLINGLER, JOYCE - Spanish Club 4, Vice-President 4; junior Varsity Cheerleader 1,2, Pep Club 1,2; G A A 2,4; F.H.A 1,2; French Club 1,2; Christian Club 1,2. KLINGLER, KATHY - Spanish Club 2,3, President 3. Pep Club 1,2,3; G A A 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3, Industrial Arts Club 3,4, President 4, Girls' Basketball 4, Girls' Track 4; Class Play Committee 3; Choir 1,2,3; Vice-President 3. LAMBERT, CARLA - D C.T 4, Treasurer 4, French Club 1,2; Choir 1.2; F.H.A. 3; Pep Club 1,2 LARUE, TOM Spanish Club 2,3, Vice-President 3; Basketball 1,2, Class Play 3, Cross Country 3,4, Honorary Captain 4, Varsity "A" 3,4. LONG, NOLAN Choir 1.2,3,4, President 3; Band 1,2,3.4, Student Director 4, Stage Band 2,3; All-Ohio Youth Choir 3; French Club 1,2; District Choir 3,4; N H.S. 3,4, Annual Staff 2,3,4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1,?,3,4 MANKEY, MIKE - Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1.2,3,4; F.F.A 1,2,3, D C.T. 4, President 4 MARSHALL, JUDY - Y-Teens 2,3,4; C.A. A 2,3,4, President 3.4, French Club 1,2,3, President 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1,2,3; Office Girl 4, Girls' Track 4, Student Council 1, Band 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4, G A A Attendant 3. MARTIN, JEFF - Gahanna High School 1,2; Football 4; Track 3, Band 3,4, Choir 3, Stage Band 3, Interclass Contestant 4, All-Ohio Boys' Band 3; Varsity "A" 4 MASSILLO, TERI - Allen East High School 1, C.A A 2, French Club 2,3, Secretary 2, Pep Club 2,3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4, Captain 4, Y-Teens 3,4, Industrial Arts Club 4, N H.S. 3,4, Girls' Track 4, Class Secretary 3; Homecoming Attendant 3. Prom Attendant 3. MILLER, RICK Football 2,3; Basketball 1,2; Latin Club 1; Industrial Arts Club 2,3; D.C.T 4 MISLER, ANDREA - Exchange Student from Hoety Cymna-sium in Wun Storf, Cermany 4; Drama Club 4, Play 4; Choir 4, Ensemble 4, Girls' Basketball 4, French Club 4. Vice- President 4, French Queen 4 MOLONEY, STEPHAN Latin Club 1,2, Vice-President 2 MONTGOMERY, BECKY - Choir 1. Latin Club 1,2, C.A A 2, Y-Teens 3; F T A 3,4, President 4; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Chemistry Bowl Team 3; N.H.S 3,4; Girls' Basketball 4, Interclass Contestant 2 MONTGOMERY, KEITH Choir 1, French Club 1,2, D.C.T 4; F.F.A 2,3, Basketball 1, Baseball 1,2,3 MOSER, CATHY - French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4, C.A A 2; F T. A 3, Industrial Arts Club 4 MUSIC, KATHY - F.H.A 1,2, Y-Teens 2, Choir 1; D.C.T. 4 NELSON, ALANE - French Club 2,3; Office Girl 4, Class Play Committee 3, Girls' Track 4 NEWLAND,MIKE F.F.A. 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Basketball 1; Track 1.2; D.C.T 4 PARK, MIKE Football 1.2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1.2.3.4, Varsity "A" 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Student Council 3,4; French Club 1,2, Treasurer 2; Class Play 3; N.H S 4, Industrial Arts Club 3. REAM, DON - Ripley, Mississippi 3; Latin Club 1; French Club 2 RETTIG, PAM - Choir 1; D.C.T 4 ROMICK, JIM - Industrial Arts Club 2,3; D.C.T. 4 ROMICK, JOHN -Track 1; O W E 3,4 SCHMIDT, LESLIE Band 1,2,3,4 French Club 1,2,3, Secretary 1, Vice-President 2,3; C.A A 2, Y-Teens 2 SCHWICKERT, KATHY - Spanish Club 1; Voice Staff 2 SMITH, SHEILA - Choir 1,2,3, Ensemble 1,2,3; C.A A 2; N.H S. 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; Voice Staff 1,2,3,4, French Club 1,2, Industrial Arts Club 4, Ada Herald Correspondent 4; Class Vice-President 4 STUART, NANCY - Columbus. Ohio 1,2,3 SOUSLEY, MIKE - Basketball 1,2,3,4. Cross Country 3,4, Industrial Arts Club 3; Varsity "A" Club 4, D.C.T. 4. THEODORE, KAREN - Choir 1,2.3,4, Secretary 4. Latin Club 1,2; French Club 1, C.A.A. 2; Band 2,3,4; Class Play 3.4, Librarian 2, Drama Club 1,2,3,4. District Choir 3,4, N H.S. 3,4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,4, Stage Band 2,3; All-Ohio Youth Choir 3. THOMAS, SUZANNE - Exchange Student from Gabriel-von-Buelou in West-Berlin, Germany. THOMPSON,.DELLA O W E. 3,4 VANDEBORNE, MIKE - D C T 4 VOTTERO, LOUIS French Club 1,2, President 1,2; Student Council 4, Drama Club 4, Play 4 WILHELM, LAURA - French Club 1,2, Vice-President 1, President 2, Band 1,2,3,4. President 4, N.H.S. 3,4, C.A A. 2, Y-Teens 2,3, Annual Staff 2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Stage Bcind 3; Class Play 3; Interclass Contestant 3,4, Math Team 4 159WILLEKE, SHERYL - Choir 1,4; C A A 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4 N H.S, 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Industrial Arts Club 4 Homecoming Attendant 1; Pep Club 1,2, Secretary 2 French Club 1,2, Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 3,4; Class Play 3; Office Girl 2,4; District Choir 4; Ensemble 1,4; F.T A 4; Annual Staff 2,3,4, Editor-in-chief 4 WILLIAMS, DENNIS dent 4 Baseball 1,2; Spanish Club 4, Presi- WINGFIELD, BARB F H A 1,2,3,4, President 2,4 C A A 2; French Club 2; F T A 3; Class Play 3; Y-Teens 3; Class Vice-President 2; Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow 4 WOOLCUTT, PEG - F H A. 2,3; Ensemble 1; Pep Club 1,2, O W E. 3,4, Treasurer 4 WORTHINGTON, CHERYL - C A A 2; Drama Club 1,2,3,4 French Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Spanish Club 3; Class Play 4; Industrial Arts Club 4, Office Girl 4; Voice Staff 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1, N.H.S. 4, Librarian 1; Choir 1 WRIGHT, MIKE Track 1,2,3,4, Varsity "A" 1,2,3,4, Class Play 4; Drama Club 4, Play 4; Choir 4; Video Tape Crew 4 WYSS, TOM Basketball 1,2,3; F F A 1,2,3; Cross Country 3; D C T 4; Varsity "A" 3,4; Baseball 3 ZIMMER, PAT - G.A A. 2,3,4, Sgt -at-Arms 4, French Club 1.2, Treasurer 2; Industrial Arts Club 3; Choir 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Sadie Hawkins Queen 4, G.A.A Valentine Attendant 2, Pep Club 1,2; Cheerleader 1.2. Dear Students: I can say for sure that this year's annual staff worked very hard to produce this year's annual Between the complications and all the fun times the staff had working together, "WE" did manage to get the annual put together for you, the students of A H .S. I would like to thank all of my section editors for doing a great job, and I thank our "night-working" photographers and our advisor Mr Robert Fox, for all their hard work. A special thanks goes to the students, administration, and the faculty who cooperated with the staff during the long picture days Cooperation is a big help, especially when pictures don't get taken as scheduled, and pictures have to be changed at the last minute But, through the complications we did get everything taken. I'm sure every student had some memory of the 1973-1974 school year, and the purpose of this year's annual was to bring these memories back through pictures and words. I hope this year's annual served its purpose for all the students of A.H.S. In conclusion, I would like to wish next year's editor and staff the best of luck on next year's annual, and I wish the students another successful year at Ada High School To the 1974 graduating class and the future graduating classes of A.H.S. I leave this poem of thought Graduation Time Time to say farewell to friends and happy, busy years. Time for fun and laughter, and maybe even tears. Time to gather memories to hold as souvenirs. And as the future's promise beams It's time to reach for higher dreams! Kay Andrew Sincerely, Sheryl Willeke editor 160


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