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in the spirit of seventy-sixThere was an enormous foree which strengthened the colonies, which exists today, and which has carried America through its great history. That force is known to us all to be the "Spirit of 76.’
It is a SPIRIT OF LIBERTY and the knowledge that one man's freedom is more important than anything else on earth.
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•— -l! is the SPIRIT OF FRONTIER — of not fearing to go where man has not reached.It is the SPIRIT OF DIVERSITY — of allowing every man his own view and his distinctive ways and of tolerating the differences of the society.George WashingtonAlexander Hamilton
It is the SPIRIT OFIM)IYIDl AUSM
— acknowledging a birthright of opportunity and freedom drawn from tin strength of our fathers.Indeed the "SPIRIT OF ’76” was, and Is, many things, eaeh of whieh has been a building hloek of our national greatness.
Our eountry grew on that spirit and prospered on that spirit.
When all else fails it is that spirit that will be there to guide us and keep us strong.
Presenting T o Ada High School,
Today Is Ours" was chosen by this year's staff As | the theme of the 1976 Yearbook. The theme is j carried throughout the book as each section is | represented by a sentence beginning with "Today Is Ours".
Special recognition and thanks goes to Mrs. Arlington, Mr. Evans, Powell Studios, Taylor Publishing Co. and Guy Grey. We would also like to thank Hallmark for the use of their picture on the •. cover, our advertisers, and the student body for their | ? support. |
About the cover: The blue cover background with J I would personally like to thank the 1975-76 staff and the white border around the picture and the red J Mrs. Lindabury- for all their hardwork and great endsheets were chosen to reflect the Senior class J imagination which helped to produce a fantastic colors; red, white, and blue. The Hallmark picture of J Yearbook, a sunrise represents visually our theme in that a 1 sunrise is the beginning of a new day just as our lives } are just beginning. 2
EDITOR SR. EDITOR
PHOTOGRAPHERSKEITH BELTZ TERI BENHAM
PAULA DORNBUSCHSHEILA GAHMAN
JIM JENKINSWAYNE JUMP
DEB WEIHRAUCH ERNIE WHITAKER
17"Cindy hasn’t changed much, has she?”
18“Just soakin' up the sun.”
“Ever had that blah feeling?”
“I didn’t do it.”
“Ix ok at the charm.”
1920"You handsome devil."
“Here we have the latest style in hats.”
“The Saturday morning hangover.”
“It's picture-taking time.”
“Mommy, I’ve got to go.”
21"What'd I do to deserve this?” "»% fewer cavities ” ”Look guys It just fits! ”
•Aren’t I sexy?”
‘Don’t drop me kid.”
22Say cheese Mark.
‘Another Pabst please”’
1-Kim Acheson; 2-Jeni Badertsche . 3-Marcella Bates; 4 Nancy Baughman, 5-Teri Benham 6-Jeanie Blevins; 7-.Cindy Brown; 8-Tammy Brummett; 9-Brenda Clum; 10-Carolyn Dearth. U-Paula Dornbusch; 12-Andy Fisher; 13-Jeff Fries; 14-Mark Haight; 15-Cheryl Hall: 16-Chris Hartonas; 17-Rhonda Henry; 18-Tessa Hines; 19-Vickie Hubbell; 20-Wayne Jump; 21-Deb Klingler; 22-Michelle Klingler 23-Judi Linger; 24-Mike Mathewson; 25-Jim McBride; 26-Diane Moore; 27-Kathy Ousley; 28-Chris Quattrocchi; 29-Beth Remsburg; 30-Ken Ring; 31-Terry Roberson; 32-Rhonda Romick; 33-Raymond Shroyer; 34-Lori Shull; 35-Robin Simon; 36-Jean Smith; 37-Betty Sousley; 38-Jim Sousley; 39-John Sousley; 40-Cindy Spar; 41-Jill Spar; 42-Mark VanAtta; 43-Vic VanHorn; 44-Deb Weihrauch; 45-Penny Worthington; 46-Crystal Zachariah
Treas. Cheryl Hall, Sec. Vicki Hubbell, V. Pres. Barb Agin, Pres. Tessa Hines.
Red, White and Blue Class Motto:
Yesterday’s dreams become today’s thoughts. Today’s thoughts become tomorrow’s realities.Awards, Honors, Scholarships
Cindy Spar: Betty Crocker Award
Judi Linger: Salutatorian
Chris Quattrocchi: Kiwanis
Beth Kemsburg: Co-Valedictorian Paula Dornbusch : Co-Valedictorian
Beth Remsburg: Mabel Crawford Paula Dornbusch: Mabel Crawford
Scholarship Award Scholarship Award
Crystal Zachariah: Hardin County Secretarial Award
Deb Klingler: Ohio State School of Cosmetology Award
Tessa Hines: Bowling Green Special Art Talent Scholarship Award
25Our Senior Exchange Students...
“I came to Ada in January 1976 from Melbourne. Australia, which is the second largest city in Australia with a population of two and one-half million. In Australia I attended the Ivanhoe Grammer School and was in my junior year. I will complete my senior year when I return home in 1977.
I have a brother and a sister who are both in the eighth grade. My mother teaches Science and Math to grades nine and ten while my father is a mechanical engineer.
My favorite hobby is to spend my spare time sailing with my brother and father near Melbourne.’ —David
“I arrived in the United States in August 1975 and so made my first contact with the American culture. The unique friendliness and warmth of the people I met helped me adjust quickly.
I feel that the American people possess many qualities such as generosity, progressiveness, sincere spirit of competition and kindness which are very unique among other nations' characteristics. While traveling and visiting many different places. I have been impressed by the splendour of the scenery and the richness of your heritage.
As far as my high school life is concerned, it has been a really great experience of making friends and sharing ideas.'’ —Chris
26282931GUIDESBOARD OF EDUCATION
DR. ROBERT B. ELLIOTT; PRESIDENT
Sitting: V. Pres. Charles Conley, Pres. Robert Elliott.
Standing: Oscar Darlington, Joseph Saltzman, William Robinson.
MAXINE McBRIDE SUPT. SEC.ADMINISTRATION-ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
SUPT. ERNEST E. LITTLER
PRIN. THOMAS COE
JACKIE KENT HIGH SCH. SEC.
35AUXILIARY STAFF TEACHERS AIDES
SPEECH HEARING THERAPIST
BETH BURTON DALE MADISON KAY ENGLISH
GUIDANCE COUNSELORS LIBRARY AIDE
ROW ONE: Beth Eibling ROW TWO: Left to right; DOROTHY FLEMING
Elwanda Casper, Evelyn Epley, Mable Hathaway, Doris Weihrauch, Violetta Fox
CLARENCE WEIHRAUCH-HEAD CUSTODIAN
TRANSPORTATION STAFF ALSO
EUNICE SCOTTTRANSPORTATION STAFF
EARL BAUGH MAN-TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR
MAINTENANCE STAFF ALSO
RICHARD LAWRENCE TED LEE
ARTHUR NORBERGJEAN SLEESMAN
SHARON PITTSTEACHERS?■ m() V fTJ2 HOMECOMING 1975
The Queen was crowned by Mike Gossman.
Queen Brenda hands the game ball to Mark VanAtta.
The 1975 homecoming weekend was held October 2, 3, and 4. Brenda Daugherty was chosen by the football team to reign as queen for the weekend’s festivities. Mark VanAtta and Mike Gossman served as the queen’s escorts. Holly Fries carried the queen’s crown and Shawn Fisher carried the game ball. The senior attendant. Cindy Brown, was escorted by Greg Dysert. The junior class chose Janice Henry as their attendant and her escort was Jay Zsembik. Bob Whitaker escorted the sophomore attendant, Sandy Wagner, and the freshman attendant. Kathy Bout well, was escorted by Stuart Brown.
The weekend began with a bonfire, which was held behind the school. A Perry dummy was thrown into the fire by the football players. A pep rally was also held.
On Friday, the Ada Bulldogs hosted Perry on their home field. A parade was held before the game which started at the railroad park and led out to the field.
The last event of the weekend was the homecoming dance. F. J. Boerog provided the music for the evening.
This year all the past homecoming queens were invited back for the weekend. Many of the queens attended the game and the dance.
Greg Dysert escorted Cindy Brown.Sandy
Queen Brenda Janice
The queen and her court watch attentively.
A large crowd was on hand.5051SPIRIT WEEK 1976
The 1976 Spirit Week took place during the days of January 12 through January 16. Each class worked many weeks on decorations and skits to be presented to the judges.
The decorations were put up at the beginning of the week and the skits were presented on Friday at the pep rally.
The spirit was judged all during the week and at the game.
The junior class reigned overall and won decorations and also tied with the eighth grade for first in the skit. They received second place in the spirit category.
To top off the whole week, the Bulldogs beat the Paulding Panthers, 70-56.
With the Spirit of '76, the seniors won first in overall spirit.
The junior class won first in decorations with such signs as this.
The junior class of 1977 won spirit week for the second year in a row.
The junior class and the eighth grade tied for first place with their skits.
52The sophomore skit finished in third place.
Seniors show that Bulldog Spirit never dies!
and Juniors Sophomores
Results .......... Juniors
Even though Spirit Week is over, the student’s spirit lives on! Sophomores
53SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS
FRANKENSTEIN SLEPT HERE
Pauline Barb Agin
Ted Mark VanAtta
Hanna Hoople Beth Remsburg
Dr. Frankenstein Tessa Hines
Frankenstein Vic VanHorn
Igor Greg Green
Invisible Man (Voice) Eric Martin
Jacquiline Hyde Deb Klingler
Hyde Rhonda Henry
Medusa Paula Dombusch
Mummy Andy Fisher
Phantom Bride Terry Benham
Vampira Cindy Brown
Werewolf Jim McBride
Director Mr. Minto
54JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS
Mrs. Winkle Joy Cornwell
Mr. Hodges Mark Lissner
Mrs. MacDonald Sylvia Rex
Hannah Mulligan Nancy Sanderson
Willie Winkle Mark Nichols
Eva Wood Kathy Fancher
Brenda Burton Brenda Naylor
Shirley Linton Debbi Lamb
Janie Lou Higgins Marilee Cassell
Mrs. Wood Judy Keller
Napoleon Jay Zsembik
Captain Kid Ramie Lambert
Indian Chief Gregg Dearth
Three nurses Ann Allen
Debbie Anspach, Beth Chaney
Orderlies Rick Gibson
Wes Stobbe also as: Dave and Joe)
Dead Body Mike Preston
Old Man Lonny Kent
Ben Franklin Hoyte Wilhelm
Christopher Columbus Ed Delp
55MARDI GRAS 1976
The Mardi Gras took place at the school on the night of February 14, 1976. The Spanish and French clubs each had various activities and booths. They included: flower booths, an art gallery, a fortuneteller, games, songs, skits, and the breaking of the pinata. Each club also made meats, vegetables, and desserts using French and Spanish recipes.
56SADIE HAWKINS 1976
Queen Rhonda Beth Jacque
The 1976 Sadie Hawkins dance was held in the multi-purpose room on February 20. 1976. Miss Rhonda Henry reigned as queen of the dance. Her attendants were as follows: Beth
Remsburg, Senior; Donna Daft, Junior; Jacque Gahman, Sophomore; and Valerie Rex. Freshman.
Several booths were set up including Marryin’ Sam. a jail and a “saloon.” Mr. Robert Minto served as Marryin’ Sam and Mr. Tim O’Donnell served as the Sheriff. Rex Hays called the square dances for the evening.
Couples found themselves square dancing, getting married, and also getting thrown into jail. It was a night of fun for all.
Here comes the sheriff!59INTERCLASS 1976
The Senior class of 1976 won their third consecutive Interclass contest which was held in the High School Auditorium on April 2, 1976. It was the seventieth year for the tradition which was first founded by Dr. C. H Freeman. It covers four categories and each class. Sophomore, Junior, and Senior, elect four candidates to fill each category. They are Heading, Essay, Short Story, and Oration. Each class also presents a skit which counts for points toward the Interclass cup. The decorations this year were done by the three classes together and didn't count toward the cup. In the end. the class with the most points wins the Interclass cup.
In the Reading category. Junior, Sylvia Rex. was judged first with her presentation of, “The Old Man’s Best Friend.” Senior, Emily Darlington, was second with Kris Spar, Sophomore, placing third. The Essay category found Sophomore, Joyce Deringer, in first place with her essay entitled. “Bubbles In The Air.” Senior. Deb Klingler, was second and Junior, Joe Awad. was third. Senior. Beth Remsburg, captured the Oration category with her presentation of “The Truth. The Whole Truth, and Nothing But The Truth.” Junior, Judy Keller, received second and Jeff Bischoff picked up the third place. In Short Story, Junior, Kelley Spallinger, placed first with her story of, “Ode to a Hickory Nut.” Second place was Senior, Vickie Hubbell. and third place was Roger McKinley, a Sophomore. The Senior class skit was judged first, with the Sophomores second and the Juniors third. The theme of the 1976 Interclass 60 was “This Is My Country.”HEADINGSKITS
“Memories” was the theme of the 1976 Junior-Senior Prom which was held in the Ada High School Gymnasium on May 15, 1976 from 8:00 till 11:30. Frumunda provided the music for the evening. The decorations featured a walk down memory lane with various high points in the Senior class’ history.
The Afterprom was held in McIntosh Center from 1:00-5:00a.m. “Cactus Flower" was the movie shown and also there were “Laurel and Hardy" and “Our Gang" comedies. Records were played along with a live disc jockey for those who preferred to dance. In addition, bowling, billiards, and ping-pong were available during all of the Afterprom
The Senior class voted on their classmates to fill various categories, which included: Best Dressed—Barb Agin and Mark Haight Most Talkative—Carolyn Dearth and Keith Beltz
Biggest Flirt—Andy Fisher and Vic VanHorn Best Couple—Tessa Hines and Mark VanAtta Most Shy—Judy Linger and Eugene Gossard Best Student—Beth Remsburg and Mark Haight
Teacher’s Pet—Paula Dornbusch and Jeff Fries
Most Athletic—Karen Boutwell and Jeff Fries Nicest Car—Teri Benham and Mark VanAtta Most Friendly—Jim McBride and Barb Agin Most Wild—Julie Ward and Dave Norberg Best Dancer—Kim Acheson and Jim Klingler Most Musical—Cindy Spar and Richard Theodore
Most Artistic—Tessa Hines and Greg Green Most Humorous—Emily Darlington and Mark Smith65ut tneituie wimnqt
Kathy Fancher Julie Lawrence Robin Simon Tina Lantz Amy Allen Holly Fries Paula Dornbusch
Sandy Wagner Wilma Fancher Nancy Quattrocchi Anita HopsonFROSH
Pam Zachariah LuAnn Wyss
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Mindy Berger Gina Hopson
Teresa Kipker Becky VanAtta Bernice Darlington Kim Lantz Rhonda HopsonHEAD COACH Jim Romich
HOW ONE: Trainers: Rod Archer and Jaime Zsembik, Mark VanAtta. Greg Dysert. Mike England, Denny Simon. Mike Gossman HOW TWO: Assistant Coach Terry Finegan. Jeff Campbell. Tom Wagner, Tony Hover. Kris Littler, John Arlington. Ray Lambert. ROW THREE: Assistant Coach Hal Honegger, Randy Simon, Rick Gibson, Wes Stobbe. Daryl Fensler, Dan Otten. Mark Reichert. ROW FOUR: Tim Campbell. Greg Davis, Bruce Price, Dave Badertscher, Jeff Criblez. Dan Tabor. Pat Jenkins.
Fostoria St. W’endelin
Video Tape Crew:
Richard Theodore, Doug Stuart,John Vottero, Cindy Spar. Bruce Elliott
ROW ONE: Keith Beltz, Ernie Whitaker. Jim Jenkins. Gary Long. Trainer: Larry Lile. ROW TWO: Mike Price. Ed Delp. Dave Risner. Mark Nichols, Stan Parshall, Head Coach Jim Romich. ROW THREE: Gregg Ballard. Mike Simon, Lon Chaney. Lonny Kent. Chris Binkley, Assistant Coach Ed Maykowski ROW FOUR: Craig Roberson. Gary Smith. Don Stobbe. Kenny Fleming. Lane ChaneyCross-Country
ROW ONE: Mark Littler, Lee Hood. Neal Dombusch, Randy Harris. Jeff Fries. Jim Klingler, Doug Fries. ROW TWO: Jeff McBride. Bo Michael, Eric Wolber. Keith Delp, Kyle Wilhelm. Dave Berton, Scott Stahl. John Stahl, Mark Haight. ROW THREE: Ty Michael. Don Spar. Randy Hanna, Hoyte Wilhelm. Mike Agin, Mike Elliott, Craig Reynolds, Dan Schumacher, Brian Willeke, Manager Kevin Fitzpatrick.
76Ada 26 Ottoville 32
Ada 15 Kenton 48
Ada 17 Spencerville 55 Liberty Benton 60
Ada 15 USV 50
Perrysburg Invitational (Ada was 7th of 15 schools)
Ada 28 Wynford 38 Ridgedale 71 Ada 21 Bluffton 40
Ada 17 Kenton 45
Ontario Invitational (Ada was 2nd of 17 schools)
Ada 21 Paulding 40
NWC (Ada was 1st of 8 schools)
Lakota Invitational (Ada was 4th of 16 schools) Sectional (Ada was 2nd of 14 schools)
District (Ada was 5th of 12 schools)
Indian l.ake Invitational (Ada was 3rd of 11 schools)
State Ada was 11th of 12 schools)
The Cross-Country Team had a record of 8 and 0 in dual, triangular, and quadrangular meets. They won the Northwest Conference Championship for the third year in a row and they made it to the State Meet taking Uth in the State.
ROW ONE: J.V.’S Brett Vottero, Don Anspach, Ron Rodeback, Walter Bet-tinger ROW TWO: Coach Mike Bruin, VARSITY Eric Martin, Guy Grey, Jim McBride, Eugene Gossard, Bob Prater.
Coach Mike Bruin
Ada 166 Fort Jennings 211
Allen East 198
Ada 180 Lincolnview 182
Ada 188 Delphos 190
Ada 179 Crestview 186
Allen East 191
Ada 173 Paulding 196
Ada 167 Allen East 183
Ada 160 Blulfton 175
Ada 176 Delphos 192
Ada 174 Lima Bath 162
Ada 184 Riverdale 160
Ada 175 Bluffton 169
Ada 174 Riverdale 159
Ada 179 Allen East 191
Ada 177 Paulding 187
HOW ONE: Guy Grey, Bo Michael, Gregg Ballard, Marc Farrington, Jeff McBride, Doug Stuart. HOW TWO: Coach Mike Bruin, Kamal Shah, Neal Dornbusch, Lee Hood, Bi ad Baker, Mark Littler, Mark Oliver, Mark Burton, Vimal Shah. Manager Joe Crider.
Coach Mike BruinVarsity Basketball
Doug Fries, Randy Harris, Jeff Fries, Kris Littler, Mike Elliott, Greg Dysert, Mark Reichert, Vic Van Horn, Mike Hall, Ty Michael, Lee Hood, Bo Michael and Coach Gene Fries.
Tr. Larry Lile Mgrs. Greg Nichols and Kevin Fitzpatrick81Senior Lettermen
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Perrv 56 Ada
Mendon Union 59 Ada
Minster 60 Ada
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Drawings of basketball and football by Guy Grey
Ada 70 Ridgemont 61
AU 60 Allen East 53
Ada 78 Indian Lake 63
Ada 80 Columbus Grove 74
Ada 65 Kenton 64
Ada 87 Delphos 70
Ada 85 Arlington 59
Ada 81 Perry 58
Ada 82 Waynesfield 70
Ada 63 USV 56
Ada 70 Riverdale 80
Ada 70 Paulding 56
Ada 87 Carey 76
Ada 77 Spencerviile 66
Ada 98 Lincolnview 73
Ada 84 Hardin Northern 66
Ada 69 Crestview 56
Ada 79 Bluffton 61
82J. V. Basketball
Doug Fries, Ty Michael, Gary Smith, Randy Hanna, Kris Littler, Mike Agin, Mike Hall, Jeff McBride, Kyle Wilhelm, Walter Bettinger and Coach Ted Lee.
Coach Ted Lee
Ada 39 Ridgemont 46
Ada 46 Allen East 35
Ada 60 ndianLake ,
Ada C L Grove |k ” ' 4fc
Ada Kenton % 43
Ada Delphos Jeff. 56
Ada 48 Arlington 20
Ada 56 Perry 44
Ada 58 Waynesfield 36
Ada 50 'j —■: 28
Ada 36 Riverdale 67
Ada •■jPH Paulding 44
Ada 48 Carey 37
Ada 47 Spencerville , . 65
Ada 46 ianccSview 51
Ada 56 Harcfm N'orfTTfern 44
Ada 46 Crest view _ 53
Ada 52 Bluffton r' % 46Freshmen Basketball
ALLEN EAST 29 23 PAULDING 41 26
COLUMBUS GROVE 50 40 LINCOLNVIEW 45 26
DELPHOS JEFFERSON 55 30 SPENCERVILLE 39 36
PERRY 36 20 CRESTVIEW 56 27
u.s.v. 37 34 BLUFFTON 36 24
Tim Griffin, Keith Delp, Mark Littler, John Stahl, Dan Umphress, Neal Dornbusch, Lane Chaney, Don Stobbe.
Coach Tim O’DonnellBasketball
Row One—Varsity: Bonnie Klingler, Charlene Oates, Kathy Decker, Karen Boutw'ell, Lynne Coe, Donna Hall, Cheryl Hall, Teri Benham, Teri Stahl. Row Two—Junior Varsity: Statistician Doug Stuart, Lulu Garcia, Leisa Miller, Lori Klingler, Cindy Evans, Manager Mike Simon, Patty Bow'den, Judy Long, Linda Bischoff, Vicki Oates, Anna Wright, Manager Randy Simon.
Coach Sharon Pitts and
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Paulding 33 57
Spencervllle 34 45
p - i y 21 32
Arlington 20 42
Crest view 45 36
Bluffton 31 40
Delphos Jeff. 42
Waynesfield 44 42
Allen East 22 52
Columbus Grove 28 56
SeniorsRow one - Annette McBride, Cathy Miller. Row two - Nancy Henry, Pattie Bow-den, Bonnie Klingler, Ann Allen, Tracy Brumett, Karen Spallinger Row three - Lynn Stansloski Pam Lissner, Shelly Gibson, Kris Spar. Lori Klingler, Debi Rogers, Robin Lamb, Susan Badertscher, Sue Dodge, Carma Long, Gretchen Herrington. Absent: Cathi Naylor, Barb Conley.
Ada Invitational Cleveland Lutheran East Versailles 80 Kidgemont 7112 Bluffton 59 Covington 34 Ada 30
Quadrangular Meet Riverdale 54 Liberty-Benton 42 Cory Itawson 34
Kenton 46 Ada 63
Bluffton 56 Ada : 3
Paulding 116 Delphos-Jefferson 99 Bluffton 82 2 Ada 59 2
Seniors Tessa Hines. Coach Karen Minto, Rhonda Henry, Robin Simon, Tammy Brumett,
Karen Boutwell. Freda Sanderson.JUNIOR
How One: Manager Jerry Ream, Gary Hall, Bob Mathewson, David Allen, David Haight. Row Two: Tom Farrington, Jon Busch, Jeff Hood, Tony Castle. Row Three: Russ Gibson. Steve Castle, Greg Criblez, Chuck Castle, Tom Evans, Coach Hal Honegger.
Row One: Steve Harris, Martin Fisher, N.W.C. CHAMPS Trophy, Chuck Busch, Sam A wad. Row Two: Brad VanAtta, Dwight McBride, Fred Wolber, Brian Fields, Richard Boutwell. Row Three: Manager Jerry Ream, John Elliott, David Evans, Greg Garver.HIGH
BOW ONE: Kurt Massillo, Steve Harris, Leland Knoop, Bob Mathewson, Joel Pifer, Chuck Busch. Sammy Awad. Randolph Dyer, Dave Allen, Jerry Crates, Tim Woodruff, Dan Norberg, Tom Farrington. Suresh Pillai, Bob Downing. ROW TWO: Scott Woods. Sateesh Pillai, Mike Stahl. Steve Staley, John Mankey, Jeff Hood, Jim W'olgamot. Mark McBride, Greg Nichols, Peter Berton, Brooks Bertl, Fred Wolber, John Carmean, Dennis Tabor, Rob Howard, Greg Campbell. ROW THREE: Coach Bill Anderson, Jon Fields, Richard Boutwell, Steve Castle, Alan Hubbell, David Evans, Chuck Castle, Doug Elliott. Jeff Long. John Elliott. Russ Gibson, John Denton. Rod Beck, Tom Evans, Jeff Oestrich, Jon Busch. Coach Hal Honegger.
ROW ONE: Coach Gary Wagner, Bob Rayl, Greg Peper, Greg Nichols, Tom Simmons, Jeff Hood. Bob Mathewson, Danny Norberg, Coach Tom Dearth ROW TWO: Jon Busch. David Allen. Russ Gibson, Allen Hubbell, Jeff Long, Dennis Tabor, Doug Elliott. ROW THREE: Greg Campbell, Greg Criblez, Jeff Acheson, Gary Hall, Rod Dysert, Tony Castle, Steve Castle. Chuck Castle, Ken Myers. ROW FOL'R: Brian Moore. John Elliott. Dwight McBride, Mike Stahl, Marty Gum. JoHn Fields, Kurt Massillo, Richard Boutwell, Jim Montgomery.
89V arsity Baseball
Cory Rawson 10 Ada 2
Spencerville 14 Ada 3
Arlington 4 Ada 4
Perry 5 Ada 2
Ridgemont 8 Ada 3
U.S.V. 5 Ada 6
Bluffton 10 Ada 13
Allen East 3 Ada 7
Hardin Northern 3 Ada 2
Columbus Grove 3 Ada 7
Lincolnview 10 Ada 5
Delphos Jeff. 8 Ada 2
Waynesfield 4 Ada 5
Ridgemont 4 Ada 3
Perry 11 Ada 2
Paulding 18 Ada 4
Arlington 5 Ada 2
Crest view 13 Ada 13
ROW ONE: Layne Moore, Don Stobbe, Jeff Bischoff, Eric Wolber, Doug Fries, Dan Umphress. Greg Davis, manager: Tom Hoffman. ROW TWO: Coach Tei. j Finegan Jim Jenkins. Dave Risner, Mike Price. Jeff Fries. Keith Beltz, Ed Delp, Mark Wolke, Eric Martin. Bruce Price.Senior Lettermen and Coach
Mark Wolke, Jeff Fries, Keith Beltz, Eric Martin, Jim Jenkins.
HEAD COACH: Terry FineganROW ONE: Lonny Kent, Dave Berton. Roger McKinley, Eric Farrington. Tom McBride, Chris Binkley, Randy Simon, Dean Devier, Brian Willeke ROW TWO: Coach Ed Maykowski. Hoyte Wilhelm, Mark Nichols, John Arlington, Stuart Brown, Mike England, Ernie Whitaker. Jim McBride, Stan Parshall, Dave W'elch, Craig Roberson.
COACH: Ed Maykowski
SEATED: Mr. A..derson, ROW l: Tessa Hines, President; Ann Allen, Librarian; Joe Awad, Treasurer; Charlene Oates, Secretary. ROW 2: Eric Farrington, Freshmen Representative; Jill Lawrence, Librarian; Cindy Spar. Vice President; Tracy Forsythe, Sophomore Representative.
The choir started off their year by preparing for a Christmas concert. The concert, featuring an elementary honors choir, the high school choir, and a new group, the Madrigals, was held on December 18, 1975 The choir kept busy through the months of January and February by selling swiss cheese to raise money for choir robes. Then in March they received an excellent rating at district contest, a fine showing for the first appearance in twelve years. The Madrigals also went to contest and received an excellent rating. The choir ended up the year with a spring concert on May 7, 1976. Congratulations choir, we’re looking forward to an encore!
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At Piano Doug Cotsamire, Sylvia Rex Row i:Lori Shull, Teresa Ring, Brenda Naylor. Jill Lawrence, Judy Keller, Joyce Deringer, Tracy Forsythe. Debi Lamb, Jeannie Wiley, Marilee Cassell.
Row 2: John Sharritts, Paul Weimer. Eric Farrington, Paul Sharritts, Joe Awad, Richard Theodore.
ROW l: LuLu Garcia. Beth Resmburg, Kris Spar. Carma Long, Rhonda Henry, Kathy Fancher, Charlene Oates, Amy Allen, Kamal Shah ROW 2: Ann Allen, Judi Linger, Debi Lamb, Brenda Naylor, Shelly Hofferbert, Deb Herold, Valerie Rex. John Sharritts. ROW 3: Jeannie Wiley, Sylvia Rex, Tracy Forsythe, Patti Bowden, Sherri Shull, Gretchen Herrington. Joyce Deringer. Don Spar, David Woodruff, Hoyte Wilhelm.
HOW I: Richard Theodore, Eric Farrington, Robin Lamb, Juli Lawrence, Linda Bischoff, Paula Hines, Lori Shull. Teresa Ring. Joyce Baier. Pam Norberg. ROW 2: Paul Sharritts. Kevin Young, Jill Lawrence, Kathy Boutwell, Marilee Cassell. Tessa Hines, Judy Keller. LuAnn Wyss, Joyce Hall, Stacy Harris, Terry Roberson. ROW 3: Mike Elliott, Doug Cotsamire, Joe Awad. Paul Weimer. Mark Littler. Linda Agin. Sheila Gahman, Lynn Stansloski. Gwen Peper. Diane Klingenberger, Cindy Spar, William Anderson.HONORS CHOIR DISTRICT CHOIR
LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Keller. Paul Sharritts, Jeannie LEFTTO RIGHT: Brenda Naylor. Joyce Deringer. Marilee
VOCAL AND PIANO CONTESTANTS
LEFT TO RIGHT Rachel Hall. Julie Lawrence, Joyce Hall, Brenda Naylor. Jeannie Wiley. Sylvia Rex, Joyce Deringer. Paul Weimer. Paul Sharritts, Doug Cotsamire.
SEATED: Mr. Ansley
LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe A wad. Student Director; Sylvia Rex. Reporter; Barb Agin, President ; Marie Searson, Treasurer; Cindy Brown, Librarian.
The band began the year by presenting a variety of half-time shows at football games. They were featured on WLSR in an hour long program Receiving a Superior rating at District Contest, the band went on to present ‘‘In Concert Again” on March 30. 1976 featuring the Senior High Band and the Cadet Band. In May. the band went to State Contest and received a second Superior rating. The Spring Concert, “Spring Concert 76”, was presented on May 18, 1976 and featured a guest trombonist. Mr. Laukhuf. The band finished up their busy year with a trip to Cedar Point on June 4. 1976.MAJORETTES
I.KKTTO RIGHT: Vicki Hubbell; Joyce Deringer: Head Majorette; Chris Quattrocchi: Featured Twirler, Debi Lamb; Diane Littler; Robin Lamb. Absent; Michelle Klingler.
ADA HIGH MARCHING BAND SENIORSPEP BAND
HOW 1: Greg Green, Cindy Spar, Tammy Brumett, Kathleen Berton, Cindy Brown, Tessa Hines, Teri Benham ROW 2: Linda Agin, Charlene Oates, Marilee Cassell, Tom Wagner, Hoyte Wilhelm. ROW 3: Joyce Deringer. Barb Conley. Jackie Gahman. Paul Weimer. Kris Spar, Dave Carmean. Kevin Young. ROW 4: Tina Brumett, LuLu Garcia. John Sharritts, Lori Simmons, Lynn Stansloski, Pam Norberg. ROW 5: Bonnie Klingler, Mark McBride, Paul Sharritts, Greg Brumett. ROW 6: Donna Daft, Valerie Rex, Don Spar, Dave Berton. Jeff Bischoff. Gary Cribley.
SEATKD: Cindy Spar. ROW l: Hoyte Wilhelm. Doug Cotsamire, Richard Theodore. Joe Awad, Tammy Brumett. ROW 2: Donna Daft.ADA HIGH SCHOOL
ROW l: Judi Linger. Sharon Theodore, Kathleen Berton, Juli Lawrence, Janet Baier, Kris Spar, Pam Norberg. ROW 2: Richard Theodore. Tessa Hines, Donna Daft, Cindy Spar, Mark Smith, Marilee Cassell, Lynn Coe, Marie Searson. Diane Moore. ROW 3: Jackie Gahman, Kim Acheson. Barb Agin. Debi Lamb, Paul Weimer, Chris Quattrocchi, Sandy Wagner, Deb Weihrauch, Jeff Bischoff. Gary Cribley, Cindy Brown, Mike Elliott, Doug Cotsamire. ROW 4: Cathi Naylor. Lu Ann Wyss, Bruce Elliott, Lori Simmons, Nancy Quattrocchi, Gina Hopson, Robin Lamb, Sylvia Smith, Joel Hinderliter. LuLu Garcia. ROW 5: Mark Littler, Neil Dornbusch, Dave Carmean, Deb Herold, Charlene Oates, Nancy Baughman. Greg Green
104CONCERT BAND 1976
HOW l: Brenda Naylor. Brenda Patton. Lynn Stansloski. Linda Agin, Sheila Gahman. Jean Smith. Barb Conley. HOW 2: Bonnie Klingler. Judy Keller. Robin Simon, Kathy Boutwell, Beth Hower. Rhonda Romick. Tammy Brumett. April Arlington. Kevin Young. Joyce Deringer. Don Spar. ROW 3: Teri Benham. Kyle Wrilhelm, Tina Brumett. Jeannie Wiley. Jill Lawrence. Valerie Rex, Sylvia Rex. Carolyn Dearth. John Sharritts. Paula Hines. Tom Wagner. Hoyte Wilhelm. Joe Awad. ROW 4: William Ansley. Greg Brumett. Dave Berton. Paul Sharritts.
ROW 1: Sam Awad. Mike Coe, Jeff Lawrence, Richard Williamson, Betsy Gordan, Lee Ann Stansloski. ROW 2: Sally Elwood, Kim Casper, Teresa Brumett, Diane Hinderliter, Lee Ellen Miller, Carol Pitts, Lynn Ansley, Janie Bern.. Chris Cole. ROW 3: Eddie Long, Jeff Oestreich, Jerry Ream. Linda Willeke. Tonya Musser, Tracy Brumett, Rhonda Hopson, Laura Deringer, Kelly Doudna. ROW 4: Patty Zimmerly, Stephanie Pitts. Diane Cotsamire, Ruth Shepard, Jodi Kindle, Diane Conley, Beth Cole, Suzanne Napier, Lonnie Wryss, Cathy Burton. ROW 5: Joe Crider, Mark McBride. Kory Krofft, Tom Simmons, Peter Berton, John Elliott, Bill Ansley, Doug Elliott, Chuck Busch, Carol Conley. Laura Brace, Mimi Awad, Denise Hawbecker STANDING: William Ansley.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dee Wyss. Chris Cole.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Simmons. Librarian; Stephanie Pitts, Secretary; Mimi Awad. Student Director; Lee Ellen Miller. Librarian.
CADET BAND OFFICERS
HOW I : Joyce Deringer. Joyce Baier, Gary Cribley, Paul Sharritts, Joe Awad. ROW 2: Doug Cotsamire, Hoyte Wilhelm. Neil Dornbusch.
JR. HIGH CONTESTANTS
ROW l: Betsy Gordan. Kelly Doudna. Diane Hinderliter, Lee Ellen Miller, Lee Ann Stansloski ROW 2: Linda Willeke. Tonya Musser, Tracy Brumett. Rhonda Hopson, Laura Deringer ROW 3: Denise Hawbecker, Diane Cotsamire, Ruth Shepard, Jodi Kindle. Mimi Awad. Laura Brace. ROW 4: Sam Awad, Bill Ansley, Joe Crider, Mark McBride. .Jeff OestriechAdvisor Mrs. Lindabury. Editor Deb Klingler.
HOW ONE: Mrs. Lindabury, Terry Roberson. Brenda Clum, Deb Klingler, Chris Quattrocchi, Diane Moore, Beth Remsburg ROW TWO: Paula Hines, Deb Anspach, April Arlington, Judy Keller, Beth Cheney. Bo Michael. Diane Klingenberger. Mark Reichert. Doug Stuart, Mark Lissner, Tracy Forsythe. Teri Stahl. Linda Elwood. Absent; Richard Theodore.
110ROW ONE: Nancy Baughman, Debi Lamb. Brenda Naylor, Jill Lawrence.
Sylvia Rex, Jeannie Wiley, Rhonda Henry. ROW TWO: Sally Elwood, Joyce Deringer, Marilee Cassell, Joyce Hall, Ray Baughman, Larry Lile. Jeff Fries.
ROW THREE: Adviser Mrs. Cummings, Lori Shull, Diane Hinderliter, Judi Linger, Paul Weimer, Cathi Naylor, Lori Simmons.
Co-Editors: Paula Dornbusch, Lori Shull. Advisor Mrs. CummingsHOW ONE: David Allen. Joe Crider. Mark McBride. Kim Lantz, Mr. Madison. ROW TWO: Denny Simon, Cheryl Hall. Eric Martin, Emily Darlington, Deb Klingler, Jay Zsembik, Sylvia Rex, Bo Michael, Joe A wad. ROW THREE: David Woodruff, Neal Dornbusch. Lori Simmons, Cathi Naylor. Kris Spar. Gary Cribley, Scott Stahl.
ROW ONE: Treasurer Cheryl Hall, Secretary Sylvia Rex, Vice-President Deb Klingler. ROW TWO: Adviser Mr. Madison, President Emily Darlington.
112ROW ONE: Jeff Campbell, Mark Nichols. Wes Stobbe. Jim Klingler. ROW TWO: Randy Harris, Gary Cribley, Lugene Gossard, Guy Grey ROW THREE: Bob Prater. Bob W’hitaker, Bo Michael, Kris Spar. Doug Fries, Coach Romick, Teri Stahl. Neal Dornbusch, Lee Hood. Lon Chaney. Keith Beltz. ROW FOUR Ed Delp, Mike Price, Jim Jenkins, Lynn Coe, Gary Long. Karen Boutwell, Jeff Fries. Cathi Naylor. Keith Delp, Dave Risner, John Arlington. ROW FIVE: Craig Roberson. Scott Stahl. Don Bryan, Jeff Hopson. ROW SIX: Hoyt Wilhelm, Gregg Ballard, Gary Smith. Craig Reynolds. ROW SEVEN: Ken Gibson, Jim McBride, Raymond Lambert, Rick Gibson. ROW EIGHT: Mike Gossman, Mark W'olice. Ernie Whitaker. Mark VanAtta ROW NINE: David Badertscher. Eric Martin. Kyle Wilhelm. Kevin Fitzpatrick. George Wolber, Dave Berton. ROW TEN Mike England, Greg Dvsert. Mark Reichert. Vic Van Horn. Tony Hover.
Top to Bottom. President. Mark VanAtta; Vice-President, Tony Hover; Second Vice-President. Ed Delp. Treasurer. Teri Stahl; Advisor. Mr. Romich; Secretary. Cathi Naylor.
113HOW ONE: Miss Strasbaugh. HOW TWO: Beth Remsburg. Jill Lawrence, Rhonda Henry. ROW THREE: Wilma Fancher, Sylvia Smith, Lulu Garcia, Lori Simmons, Mindy Berger, Nancy Quattrocchi, Pam Norberg, Gina Hopson. Susan Dodge, Pam Zachariah, Sandy Fletcher. ROW FOUR: Nancy Henry, Kathy Fancher, Lisa Castle, Anita Hopson, LuAnn Wyss, Sharon Theodore. Juli Lawrence, Amy Allen, Tina Brumett, Susan Badertscher, Valeria Rex, Charlene Oates. ROW FIVE: Kris Spar, Cathi Naylor, Teri Stahl, Diane Moore, Linda Bischoff, Gretchen Herrington, Jackie Gahman. Kathy Boutwell, Judi Linger, Tammy Brumett. Sheila Gahman. Freda Sanderson. ROW’ SIX: Deb Klingler, Carolyn Dearth, Cindy Brown, Janice Henry, Barb Conley, Pam Lissner, Annett McBride, Vicky VanAtta, Pam Boutwell, Cathy Decker, Donna Hall. ROW SEVEN: Lynn Coe, Judy Long, Stacy Harris, Shelly Gibson, Sylvia Rex, April Arlington, Debbie Boutwell, Patty Bowden, Cindy Evans, Ann Allen.
Front to Back: Treasurer Donna Daft, Advisor Miss Strasbaugh, Vice-President Jill Lawrence, Secretary Rhonda Henry, President Beth Remsburg.
114HOW ONE: Advisor Miss Stanley. ROW TWO: Teresa Kipker, Lynn Ansley, Patty Zimmerly, Linda Downing, Tracy Brumett. Lori Crowe, Lynn Stansloski, Jan Downing, Bernice Darlington, Carma Long, Anna Weight. ROW THREE: Karen Spallinger, Tonya Musser, Carol Pitts, Denise Hawbecker, Carolyn Theodore, Janey Bertl, Lee Ellen Miller, Becky VanAtta, Linda Willeke, Stephanie Pitts, Mimi Awad, Laura Brace. ROW' FOUR: Chris Cole, Shelly Homan, Tracy Sumney, Melody McKinney, Donna Smith, Teresa Brumett, Flora Jones, Nancy Quattrocchi, Wilma Fancher, Sandy Wagner. Tina Lantz. ROW FIVE: Dee Wyss, Gina Hopson, Mindy Berger, Lu Wyss, Pam Zachariah, Deb Rodgers, Sherry Fisher, Lori Klingler, Lori Simon, Sandy Fletcher. Susan Badertscher, Kathy Boutwell, Anita Hopson. ROW SIX. Jody Kindle, Laura Plummer, Carol Conley, Deb Hover, Craig Roberson, Robin Simon, Mike Simon, Beth Cole, Diane Conley, Diane Cotsamire, Sylvia Smith.
Front to Back: Advisor Miss Stanley, Vice-President Tessa Hines, Secretary Kathy Boutwell, President Robin Simon, Treasurer Lori Klingler.
115HOW ONE: Eulia Curtis, Debbie Romick, Robin Shepherd. Connie Judy, Crystal Dearth. ROW TWO: GiGi Hoffman, Susan Badertscher, Bev Krofft, Janice Henry, Tina Lantz, Becky Wilson, Lori Klingler, Cheri Rayl, Susan Dodge, Debra Rayl, Jolene Ream, Mona Binkley, Anna Weight. ROW THREE: Nancy Henry. Tracy Sumney, Linda Elwood
ROW ONE: Vice-President, Robin Shepherd; President. GiGi Hoffman; Secretary, Linda Elwood. ROW TWO: Historian, Bev Krofft; Parliamentarian, Janice Henry; Song Leader, Jolene Ream; Treasurer, Mona Binkley.ROW ONE: Mark Blevins, Bob Bass, Tim Griffin. Mark Preston. Dusty Klingler. Wilbur Steed. ROW TWO: Jerry Badertscher, Tom Wagner. Rick Gibson, Jay Zsembik, Russ Schwickert. Marie Searson, Mike Agin, Merle Cheney, Dan Tabor, Randy Dunbar. ROW THREE: Greg Sawmiller, Dave Gossman. Mark LaRue. Mike Gossman, Kenny Fleming, John Pflieger.
E.E.A. President Mark YanAtta
Top to Bottom: Secretary Mike Gossman. Reporter Marie Searson. Treasurer Jerry Badertscher. Student Advisor Mark Preston. Sentinel Dave Gossman, Vice-President Tom Wagner.LIBRARY
l () ONE: Cathy Miller, Gary Hall, John Mankey. Tom Simmons. Ed Long. Bob Mathewson. ROW TWO: Gary Cribley, Lisa Baker. Lori Shull, Jeff Hood. Tom Hoffman. Linda Elwood, David Woodruff. Jeff Long. Kory Krofft. Margie Stahl, Linda Agin, Tracy Forsythe, Penny Patton. Jeannie Wiley, Ray Baughman ROW FOUR: Larry Lile, Clay Stewart. John Arlington, Mark Lissner, Greg Brumett, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Bruce Price, Mrs. English ROW FIVE: Kris Spar. Beth Cheney. Deb Anspach. Jim Wolgamot, Sue Dodge, Cindy Rodeback. Marilee Cassell. Teresa Ring, Shane Bailey.
ROW ONE: Mona Binkley. Stephanie Pitts. Rhonda Henry. Paula Dornbusch. Pat Jenkins. Kathy Fancher ROW TWO: Teri Stahl. Pam Lissner, Gretchen Herrington, Beth Remsburg. Jeannie Blevins. I ayne Moore, Peter Berton. ROW THREE: Tim Hubbell, Jeff Bischoff, Bo Michael. Diane Klingenberger. Judy Keller, Chris Sch-wickert. Shelly Gibson, Alan Hubbell. Lynn Stansloski. Mrs. Lindabury ROW FOUR: Doug Stuart. Brett Vottero, Keith Delp. Keith Beltz. Sheri Shull. Patty Bowden. Paul Weimer, Cindy SparNATIONAL
HOW ONE: Beth Remsburg, Judi Linger. Kathy Fancher, Mrs. Burton, Cindy Spar. Jeff Fries. Donna Daft, Marilee Cassell, Paula Dornbusch, Jill Lawrence, Darla Hunsicker, Sylvia Hex, Cindy Brown. Tessa Hines. ROW TWO: Bonnie Klingler, Kamal Shah, Don Spar, Ed Delp, Joe Awad. DougCotsamireMark Haight. Bo Michael. ROW THREE: Rhonda Henry. Robin Simon, Diane Klingenberger, Judy Keller. Mike Elliott. Mike Gossman, Eric Martin, Chris Quattrocchi.
Sec.-Treas. Beth Remsburg, President Eric Martin. Vice-President Cindy Spar.
119HOW ONE: Wilma Fancher, Carma Long. Lulu Garcia. Anita Hopson, Lori Begley, Sylvia Smith. Chris Quattrocchi, Beth Cheney, Crystal Zachariah. Debbie Boutwell. ROW TWO: Kathy Fancher. Margie Gonzalez. Linda Elwood, Mona Binkley, Gretchen Herrington. Sheila Gahman. April Arlington, Robin Simon, Diane Klingenberger, BarbTelles, Ann Allen
120Top to Bottom: Chris Quattrocehi. Robin Simon, Kelley Zeleny, Cindy Spar. Beth Cheney, Emily Darlington. Brenda Clum, Cindy Brown. Deb Klingler.
121Treasurer, Rhonda Henry; Secretary, Jeannie Wiley; Vice President, Diane Klingenberger; President, Cindy Brown.
ROW ONE: Cindy Brown. ROW' TWO: Chris Quattrocchi, Sheila Gahman. Emily Darlington, Deb Klingler, Rhonda Henry, Bonnie Klingler, Pam Denton. ROW THREE: Jeannie Wiley, Cindy Spar, Tammy Brumett,Nancy Baughman, Kathleen Berton, Lori Shull. ROW FOUR: Brenda Naylor, Judy Keller, Sylvia Rex, Diane Klingenberger, Sylvia Smith, Janice Henry, Kris Spar, Beth Cheney. Donna Daft, Deb Herold, Linda Agin, Cheri Rayl.
122Left to Right: President, George Wolber; Vice President, Cathi Naylor; Secretary Treasurer, Dan Garver; Absent Advisor Mr. Dearth.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUBS
ROW ONE: Dean Devier, Randy Harris, Mark Preston, Tom McBride, Greg Hofferbert. Dan Garver ROW TWO: Teri Stahl. Cathi Naylor, Jacque Gahman. Beth Hower, Shelly Gibson. Cindy Evans, Annette McBride, Kathy Decker ROW THREE: Mr Dearth. Scott Stahl. Richard Shroyer, Lonny Kent. Kris Littler. Ray Lambert. Karen Bout well, Lynn Coe. George Wolber. Jerry Bader tscher.
123Clockwise: Advisor Mrs. Lindabury, Vice-President Dan Schumacher, Seargent At Arms David Woodruff, Secretary Linda Elwood, Treasurer Bruce Price, President Brett Vottero.
Front to Back: David
Woodruff, Vimal Shah, Shelly Gibson, Linda Elwood, Brett Vottero, Mrs. Lindabury, Dan Schumacher, Rick Gibson. Stephanie Pitts, Patty Bowden, Marilee Cassell, Peter Berton, Lynn Stan-sloski, Layne Moore, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Tim Hubbell.
Advisor, Mr. Bruin; Secretary-Treasurer, Eleanor Homan; President, Richard Ritchie; Vice President, Rowdy Sumney.
Top to Bottom; Secretary Jennifer Badertscher, Sergeant at Arms Carla Conley, Treasurer Andy Fisher, Reporter Jill Spar, President Julie Ward, Vice-President Michelle Klingler.
Charlene Dearth; Vice President, Robin Carver; Sgt. at Arms, Ronnie Tarr; Secretary, Lee Ann Grant; Treasurer, Penny Patton.
125FRONT to BACK: Advisor Mr. Neff, President Cindy Spar, Secretary Beth Remsburg, Treasurer David Woodruff. Vice-President Richard Theodore.
ROW ONE: David Woodruff,
Kamal Shah, Mr. Neff, Mark Lissner, Kevin Young. ROW TWO: Vimal Shah. Clay Stewart, Paula Dornbusch, Beth Rem-sberg, Lori Shull, Cindy Spar, Carma Long. Patty Bowden, Neal Dornbusch. ROW THREE: Troy Toland, Brett Vottero, Paul Sharritts, Keith Beltz, Mark Smith. Larry Lile, John Vottero, Doug Stuart. Richard Theodore, Bruce Elliott, Mark Burton.
126Left to Right: Treasurer. Brooks Bertl; President. Bill Ansley. Vice-President, Rowan Laing; Secretary, Dan Norberg.
ROW ONE: Jeff Lawrence. Janie Bertl. ROW TWO: Rowan Laing, Bill Ansley, Sammy Awad, David Vottero. Brooks Bertl, Advisor Mr. O’Donnell. ROW THREE: Diane Hinderliter, Laura Brace. Lynn Ansley. Dan Norberg
127ROW ONE: Secretary Kathy Bout well, Treasurer Jaime Zsembik, Vice-President Vicki VanAtta, President Craig Roberson. ROW TWO: Treasurer Kyle Wilhelm, President Brett Vottero, Vice-President Doug Fries, Secretary Patty Bowden.
Top to Bottom: Treasurer Dave Berton, Vice-President Layne Moore, Treasurer Joyce Deringer, President Bill Garver, President Paul Weimer, Treasurer Dave Berton.
Top to Bottom: Vice President Vickie Hubbell. Reporter Gwen Peper. President Paula Dornbusch
ROW ONE: Advisor. Mrs. Minto. ROW TWO: Vice President. Mark Preston; Secretary-Treasurer. Lori Klingler ROW THREE: President. Kelly Spallinger.
Secretary, Diane Klingenberger; President, Chris Quattrocchi; Miss Sale, Vice President, Cindy Spar; Treasurer. Judy Keller.
ROW ONE: Nancy Baughman, Diane Klingenberger, Chris Quattrocchi, Miss Sale, Cindy Spar, Judy Keller, Lori Shull, Tracy Forsythe. ROW TWO: Ann Allen, Shelly Hofferbert, Sheila Gahman. Karen Boutwell. Paula Dornbusch, Julie Lawrence, Nancy Quattrocchi, Kathy Boutwell. ROW THREE: Kathleen Berton, Stacy Harris, Tammy Brumett, Pam Dunbar, Carma Long, Annette McBride, Barb Agin, Kris Spar, Linda Bischoff, Tina Brumett.
130SENIOR CLUB PRESIDENTS AND EDITORS
Y-Teens .Cindy Brown D.C.T.. Julie Ward
Pep Club Robin Simor
Voice Lori Shull
Sr. High Science Club. .Cindy Spar
S.A.E.. Chris Quattrocchi
G. A. A... Beth Remsburg
Annual Deb Klingler
Voice . Paula Dornbusch
Student Council..Emily Darlington
Senior (lass President. Tessa Hines
F.F.A. Varsity "A”. .Mark VanAtta
N II 8.. Eric Martin134
135Linda Agin Ann Allen Debbie Anspach John Arlington
Joe Awad Steve Brown Jeff Campbell Marilee Cassell
Beth Cheney Sandy Cook Joy Cornwell Doug Cotsamire
Donna Daft Greg Dearth Teresa Dearth Ed Delp
Pam Denton Dave Deringer Jerry Downing Pam Dunbar
Mike Elliott Linda Elwood Kathy Fancher Sue Fensler
136Dan Garver Robin Garver Rick Gibson Lee Ann Grant
Guy Grey Deb Harold Randy Harris Janice Henry
GiGi Hoffman Larry Hopson Tony Hover Darla Hunsicker
Judy Keller Lon Kent
Diane Klingenberger Bonnie Klingler
Lisa Klingler Bev Krofft Debi Lamb Ray Lambert
Tina Lantz Mark LaRue Jill Lawrence Mark Lissner
137Kris Littler Rory Massillo Annette McBride Bo Michcel
Brenda Naylor Mark Nichols Dan Otten Gwen Pepper
John Pflieger Jerry Piter Mike Price Cheri Rayl
Ken Reed Sylvia Rex Teresa Ring Dave Risner
Debbie Romick Nancy Sanderson Kamal Shah Paul Sharritts
Kelly Spallinger Don Spar Wes Stobbe Doug Stuart
138Ron Tarr Barb Telles Mitch VanAtta Tom Wagner
139140141Amy Allen Sandy Anspach April Arlington Dave Badertscher
Brad Baker Gregg Ballard Bob Bass Lora Begley
Dave Berton Mona Binkley Mark Blevins Chris Bischoff
Jeff Bischoff Deb Boutwell Mary Jean Boutwell Greg Brumett
Mark Burton Tammy Campbell Dave Carmean Cathy Castle
Lon Chaney Lynn Coe Cathy Cole Rhonda Combs
Annette Conley Barb Conley Gary Cribley Jeff Criblez
142Gregg Davis Crystal Dearth Dave Dearth Kathy Decker
Joyce Deringer Dean Devier Tim Dicus Bruce Elliott
Kevin Ellison Jean England Cindy Evans Daryl Fensler
Janet Fisher Kevin Fitzpatrick Tracy Forsythe Jacque Gahman
Bill Garver Shelly Gibson Debbie Gordon Dave Gossman
Donna Hall Joyce Hall Mike Hall Jack Harris
Gretchen Herrington Paula Hines Greg Hofferbert Lee Hood
143Cindy Hover Beth Hower Teresa Jenkins Juli Lawrence
Larry Lile Pam Lissner Diane Littler Jeff McBride
Connie McKee Roger McKinley Ty Michael Layne Moore
Cathi Naylor Stan Parshall Penny Patton Mark Preston
Bruce Price Kathy Purcell Jolene Ream Kirk Reed
Mark Reichert Craig Reynolds Richard Ritchie Cheri Rogers
Greg Sawmiller Dan Schumacher Christine Schwickert Robin Shepherd
144Richard Shroyer Sherri Shull Mike Simon Randy Simon
George Sleesman Sylvia Smith Kris Spar Scott Stahl
Teri Stahl Rowdy Sumney Sharon Theodore Laura Umphress
Vickie VanAtta Sandy Wagner Paul Weimer Bob Whitaker
Eric Wolber Kevin Young Mary Zimmerman
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Mike Agin Steve Bates Ray Baughman Joan Clark Lori Cook Margery Gonzalez Mark Oliver Kevin Rayl
145146147Susan Badertscher Joyce Baier Teresa Battels Mindy Berger
Walt Bettinger Rocky Birkemeyer Chris Binkley Linda Bischoff
Kathy Boutwell Pam Boutwell Patty Bowden Tina Brumett
Tim Campbell Lane Chaney Merle Chaney Eulia Curtis
Keith Delp Susan Dodge Neal Dornbusch Randy Dunbar
Wilma Fancher Eric Farrington Sherry Fisher Jan Fleming
148Ken Fleming Sandy Fletcher Doug Fries LuLu Garcia
Tim Griffin Rachel Hall Randy Hanna Stacy Harris
Nancy Henry Joel Hinderliter Shelly Hofferbert Anita Hopson
Gina Hopson Tim Hubbell Pat Jenkins Connie Judy
Richard Kahley Dusty Klingler Lori Klingler Robin Lamb
Michael Layaou Marc Littler Carma Long Judy Long
149Tom McBride Cathy Miller Leisa Miller Cathy Newland
Pam Norberg Vickie Oates Brenda Patton Nancy Quattrocchi
Deb Rayl Valerie Rex Craig Roberson Deb Rogers
Ron Rodeback Diane Sanderson Vimal Shah John Sharritts
Lori Simmons Lori Simon Gary Smith John Stahl
Lynn Stansloski Wilbur Steed Clay Stewart Don Stobbe
150Tracy Sumney Don Stobbe Troy Toland Dan Umphress
Brett Vottero Kyle Wilhelm Brian Willeke Greg Williams
Becky Wilson David Woodruff LuAnn Wyss Pam Zachariah
Kathy Zimmerly Jaime Zsembik Troy Duer
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Don Anspach Stuart Brown Rodney Rayl Ron Ring Anna Wright
151Pres., Dave Haight; V. Pres., Gary Criblez; Sec., Deb Hover; Treas., Doug Elliott.
153Jeff Acheson Rob Agin Dave Allen Bill Ansley
Mimi Awad Shane Bailey Lisa Baker Doug Battels
Rod Beck Brooks Bertl Peter Berton Laura Brace
Teresa Brumett Jon Busch Butch Campbell John Carmean
Kim Casper Chuck Castle Steve Castle Tony Castle
Beth Cole Carol Conley Diane Conley Dereck Corley
Diane Cotsamire Jerry Crates Greg Criblez Joe Crider
154Beezer Darlington Pennie Dearth John Denton Jenny Deringer
Chris Dicus Jim Dilts Jan Downing Tim Downing
Randolph Dyer Kenny Dysert Rod Dysert Doug Elliott
Sally Elwood Tom Evans Tom Farrington Rusty Gibson
Kent Green Dave Haight Gary Hall Steve Hattery
Denise Hawbecker Barb Herrington Diane Hinderliter Tom Hoffman
Jeff Hood Deb Hover Alan Hubbell Jolene Johnson
155Flora Jones Randy Jump Jodi Kindle Deb Klingenberger
Leland Knoop Kory Krofft Tim Laing Mark Lantz
Eddie Long Jeff Long John Mankey Bob Mathewson
Mark McBride Steve McCurdy Mark McKinley Melody McKinley
Ramona Miller Byran Moore Kenny Myers Suzanne Napier
Greg Nichols Dan Norberg Greg Peper Suresh Pillai
Stephanie Pitts Laura Plummer Joey Pope Bob Rayl
156Beth Reiter Florence Ritchie Pam Ritchie Cindy Rodeback
Jim Sanderson Ruth Shepherd Brian Sheumacher Tom Simmons
Cindy Smith Donna Smith Margie Stahl Steve Staley
Dennis Tabor Carolyn Theodore Jim Wolgamot Lonnie Wyss
Teri Adams Eleanor Homan
157Lynn Ansley Sam Awad Scott Baker Bill Bass
Lisa Battels Jaynie Bertl Diane Binkley Richard Boutwell
Vicki Brown Tracie Brumett Cathy Burton Chuck Busch
Greg Campbell Karen Carmean Marty Clum Mike Coe
Chrissy Cole Lory Crowe James Dearth Laura Deringer
Kelly Doudna Dennis Downing Linda Downing Bob Downing
158Bill Downing John Elliott Phil Epley David Evans
Lisa Evans Jon Fields Don Fisher Martin Fisher
Greg Carver Bob Gonzalez Betsy Gordon Steve Harris
Rhonda Hopson Jeff Howard Rob Howard Cindy Hoyt
David Johansen Mike Kahley Teresa Kipker Lee Ann Klingler
Rowan Laing Jeff Laman Jeff Lawrence Kim Lantz
159Diane Long Kurt Massillo Dwight McBride Mark McCurdy
LeeEllen Miller Shelia Miller Jim Montgomery Tonya Musser
Jeff Oestreich Gail Peper Joel Pifer Sateesh Pillai
Carol Pitts Karen Preston Susan Rayl Jerry Ream
Karen Spallinger Mike Stahl Jana Stewart Julie Strayer
Tim Telles Kelly Toland Honda Vallance Carla VanAtta
Brad VanAtta Becky VanAtta David Vottero Bryan Wanless
Traci Welch Linda Willeke Lori Williams Richard Williamson
Brenda Wilson Ken Wolke Tim Woodruff Scott Woods
Eddie Wyss Patti Zimmerly Robert Zimmerman
ABSENT WHEN PICTURES WERE MADE An.
Joan Homan Barbara Ring Lee Ann Stansloski Fred Wolber
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B. M. AUTO PARTS, INC.
SPYKER’S TOWNE HOUSE
206 N. MAIN STREET 634-7686
REAL ESTATE INSURANCE
MILLER’S DRY CLEANERS
NORTH MAIN STREET ADA. OHIOStudent Action For Education
Every 4th. Monday of the month The Voice
at 8 p.m. in the Home Ec. Room.
Buy it bi-weekly when the voice comes out.
It can be purchased in classrooms.
El Circulo Espanol Price 10 cents per paper or $1.25 Subscription.
Los miembros del club dicen: j Los Dodos son numero!
Ada Future Homemakers Of America Chapter 1st. Monday of each month Y-Teens at 7:00 p.m. in the Home Economics Room.
Every 2nd. Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria.
Industrial Arts Club
Every 2nd. Thursday of each month
in Vocational Building.
Future Farmers of America Every 3rd. Tuesday of each month at 7:30 in the Vo Ag Room.
Monthly during class period in the French room. French Club motto “Help Stamp Out Foreign Languages!” “Learn One.”
Hardin National Bank 528 South Main Street Ada, Ohio
177Tri County Sales Hillcrest Mobile Homes Vespa Motor Bikes Rt. 1 Box 48 Ada, Ohio
Jeri’s Beauty Salon
108 East Buckeye Ada, Ohio Phone 634-2826
B H Garage General Repair
Ada, Ohio Phone 634-5961
Gentleman’s Choice Main Street
Manager Dale Westenbarger
Open and League Bowling
Special Student Prices
For all your miscellaneous needs 220 North Main Street Manager Dale Gardner
420 North Main Street
Paint and Wallpaper Supplies
634-5931Sousley Insurance Agency Inc.
Fire, Auto, Life and Hospitalization
The Villa Boutique Star Furniture and Carpeting Ferguson’s Agency Cheryl’s Style Salon Little Red Barn
John and Toni’s Tavern 209 North Main Ada, Ohio
RED FOX INN
KIM ACHESON—Spanish Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4.
BARBARA AGIN—Spanish Club 1; Student Council 2, 3; Treasurer 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Office Girl 3; SAE 4; Sr. Class Play 4.
JENI BADERTSCHER-Pep Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Recreation Leader 3; D.C.T. 4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Varsity 2,3; Track Attendant 3.
JERRY BADERTSCHER—F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Industrial Arts Gub 3, 4; Vice President 3; State Farmer Degree 4; Campus Life 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; Baseball 2.
MARCELLA BATES-Findlay High School 1, 2, 3.
NANCY BAUGHMAN-French Gub 1,2; S.A.E. 1,2, 3, 4; Science Club 1, 3; Voice Staff 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2,3; Production Manager Voice Staff 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 3; G.A.A. 3; Jr. Class Play 3; Student Director 3; Band 1,2, 3,4; All Area Band 1; Pep Band 2; Choir 2, 3.
KEITH BELTZ—French Gub 1, 2; President 1; Science Gub 1,2,3,4; Varsity ‘A’ 2,3, 4; Library Aide 3; Band 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1, 2; Tennis 3; Baseball 4.
TERI BENHAM-Pep Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Secretary, 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 4; Varsity A’ 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Class Play; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Girls Track 2,3.
KATHLEEN BERTON—Pep Gub 1,2; French Club 1, 2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Points Chairman 4; S.A.E. 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Choir 2, 3.
JEANNIE BLEVINS—Voice Staff 1,2; Spanish Gub 1, 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Library Aide 1,2,3,4.
KAREN BOUTWELL-Pep Club 1, F.H.A. 1, French Gub2,3; S.A.E. 1,2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; Library Aide 1, 2,4; Annual Staff 2; Varsity A’ 4; Indistrial Arts Gub 4; Girls Basketball 2,3,4; Girls Track 2,3,4.
CINDY BROWN—Pep Club 1,2; Office Girl 1; Spanish Gub 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; President 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1; JV Cheerleader 2; Tinsel Ball Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 4; National Honor Society 4.
BRENDA CLUM-Pep Club 1, 2, 3; President 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2; Parliamentarian 2; French Gub 2, 3; Science Club 1; G.A.A. 2; Annual 2, 3, 4; Senior Editor 4; Organizations 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Girls Track 3; Girls Basketball 2, 3; G.A.A. Attendant 2.
CARLA CONLEY-Pep Club 1, 2; F.H.A. 1; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Jr. Class Play; Student Director; D.C.T. 4; Seargent-of-Arms.
EMILY DARLINGTON-Pep Club 1,2,3; Secretary 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2; Choir 1; Y-Teens 2, 3; G.A.A. 2,3, 4; Interclass Contestant 2, 3, 4; Guidance Helper 3, 4; Student Council 4; President 4; Senior Class President; Spanish Mardi Gras Queen 2; Girls Track 2; Jr. Class Play; Sadie Hawkins Attendant 3; Industrial Arts Club 3.
CAROLYN DEARTH—F.H.A. 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; F.F.A. Queen 3.
PAULA DORNBUSCH-Pep Club 1,2,3; Voice Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor-in-Chief 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 1, 2; President 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2,3,4; Choir 1; S.A.E. 2,3, 4; G.A.A. 2,3, 4; Interclass Contestant 2; Track 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Varsity 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Gass Play 3; Sr. Class Play 4.
GREG DYSERT—Varsity A’ 1,2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 3; Library Aide 3; Jr. Class Play; D.C.T. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2.
MIKE ENGLAND—French Club 1, 2; Industrial Arts Gub 1; Varsity A’ 2,3,4; Jr. Gass Play 3; Pep Club 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4.
MARC FARRINGTON—French Gub 1, 2; Library Aide 1; Tennis 3, 4.
ANDREA FISHER-Pep Gub 1, 2; President 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; Vice-President 3; Girls State 3; G.A.A. 3; Vice-President 3; Jr. Class Play 3; D.C.T. 4; Treasurer 4; Sr. Gass Play 4; Track 3; Basketball 3; Cheerleader 2; Choir 3.
JEFF FRIES—Varsity A’ 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Voice Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Boys State 3; Interclass Contestant 3; Jr. Class Play 3; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; All Conference 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
182SHEILA GAHMAN—Christian Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; S.A.E. 2,3,4; Y-Teens2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Jr. Class Play; Prompter; Office Girl 4; Choir 3, 4.
KEN GIBSON—Pep Club 1,2; Industrial Arts Club 2,3, 4; Varsity A'4; Track 1; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 3.
EUGENE GOSSARD—Varsity A’ 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Honorary Captain 4.
MIKE GOSSMAN—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Varsity ‘A’ 2,3,4; Jr. Class Play 3; Class President 1, 2; National Honor Society 4; Football 1,2,3,4.
GREG GREEN-Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3; Football 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Sr. Gass Play 4.
GENE GRIFFIN—F.F.A. 1, 2; D.C.T. 4; Football 1; Basketball 1.
MARK HAIGHT—Varsity A’ 1,2,3, 4; Industrial Arts CTub 2,3; Boys State 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2; Basketball 1; National Honor Society 3,4.
CHERYL HALI -Pep Gub 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Historian 2; Treasurer 3; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity ‘A'2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3,4; Sgt-at-Arms 3; Guidance Helper 3; Student Council 4; Treasurer 4; Sr. Class Treasurer.
CHRIS HARTONAS—Exchange Student from Eleventh High School in Denoropotamas, Thessaloniki, Greece.
DUANE HELMS—F.F.A. 1,2; O.W.A. 1,2; O.W.E. 3, 4.
RHONDA HENRY-French Club 1, 2; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; Treasurer 4; G.A.A. 2,3, 4; Secretary 4; G.A.A. Queen 4; Track 2,3, 4; Voice Staff 4; National Honor Society 4; Sr. Class Play 4; Sophomore Gass Treasurer.
TESSA HINES—Pep Gub 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; French Club 1, 2; President 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Varsity 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 4; Competition 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 4; Drama Gub 1, 2; Christian Gub 1, 2, 3; President 3; Y-Teens 2; G.A.A. 2; Homecoming Attendant 2; Interclass Contestant 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; Madrigal Singers 4; Competition 4; Track 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity A’ 3, 4; Sr. Class Play; Sr. Gass President.
JEFF HOPSON—Pep Gub 3; Varsity‘A’3,4; Sr. Gass Play; Basketball 1; Track 1; Football 1,2,3.
VICKIE HUBBELI -French Gub 1, 2,3, 4; Treasurer 1, 2; Vice-President 4; Library Aide 1; S.A.E. 4; Interclass Contestant 4; Class Secretary 4; Majorette 2,
JIM JENKINS—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3; Varsity A’ 2, 3, 4; D.C.T. 4; Football 2, 3, 4.
FRITZ KAIN—French Club 1.
DEB KLINGLER-Pep Gub 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Reporter 2; President 3; Spanish Gub 1, 2; Treasurer 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 3; Vice President 4; S.A.E. 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 4; Drama Gub 1,2; Office Girl 2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Editor 4; Guidance Helper 4; Interclass Contestant 4; Sr. Gass Play.
JIM KLINGLER-Varsity A’ 1,2,3,4; French Gub, 1; Jr. Class Play 3; Cross Country, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorary Captain, 4; High School All-American, 3; All-Ohio, 4; Track, 2, 3.
MICHELLE KLINGLER-Pep Gub 1; G.A.A. 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Song Leader, 2, 3; D.C.T. 4; Vice President, 4; Track Attendant, 3.
JUDI LINGER-Voice Staff 1,2,3,4; Page editor 3, 4; French Gub 1,2,3; National Honor Society, 3,4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Reporter 3; News girl 4.
GARY LONG-Varsity ‘A’ 3, 4; F.F.A. 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 3; Football, 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1.
ERIC MARTIN—Varsity A’ 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Treasurer 1; National Honor Society 3,4; President 4; Boys State 3; Student Council 3, 4; Sr. Gass Play; Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Golf 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4.
MIKE MATHEWSON—Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3;
JIM McBRIDE—French Club 1,2,3; Industrial Arts 1, 2,3; President 3; Sr. Class Play; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Golf 4.
JULIE MILLER—Pep Club 1; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3.
DIANE MOORE—Pep Club 1,2,3; President 3; F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Jr. Gass Play; Basketball2,3; Band 1,2,3,4.
183KATHY OUSLEY—Spanish Club 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT PRATER—Varsity ‘A' 4; Cross Country 1,2; Golf 3, 4.
CHRIS QUATTROCCHI—Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1, 2,3; S.A.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; President 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Library Aide 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Head Majorette3, 4; Choir 1; National Honor Society 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Guidance Helper 3, 4; Office Girl 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Music Editor 3; Organizations 4.
BETH REMSBURG— Pep Club 1, 2; Reporter 1; French Club 1,2,3; President 2; Vice President 3; FT A 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3,4; President 3; Vice President 2; Secretary 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Senior Photographer 4; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Accompanist 3, 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Senior Class Play 4; Piano Contestant 2; Chemistry Bowl 3,4; Interclass Contestant 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Sec.-Treas. 3,4.
RHONDA ROMICK—G.A.A. 2; Y-Teens 3; Clarinet Quartet 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
FREDA SANDERSON—Transferred from Santa Rita High School, Tucson, Arizona; G.A.A. 4.
MARIE SEARSON—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Reporter 4; Guidance Office 3; Jr. Class Play Prompter; Sophomore Class Secretary; Girls Basketball 2, 3.
RAYMOND SHROYER—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; DCT 4.
LORRI SHULL—Pep Club 1; French Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 1; Secretary 3; S.A.E. 1,2,3, 4; President 3; Science Club 1,2,3,4; Library Aide 1,4; Voice Staff 2, 3, 4; News Editor 3; Editor 4; Track 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Choir 3, 4; Madrigal Singers 4.
DENNY SIMON—Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity ‘A’ 3, 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Library Aide 4; Vice President of Junior Class; Interclass Skit 3, 4; Footbball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Basketball 1.
ROBIN SIMON-Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Spanish Club 1, 3; S.A.E. 1, 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; Guidance Helper 3; Varsity ‘A’ 4; Office Girl 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Freshman Cheerleader; JV Cheerleader 2, 3; Captain 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Captain 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4.
JEAN SMITH—Spanish Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4.
MARK SMITH—Science Club 1,2,3,4; Voice Staff 2,4; French Club 2; Varsity A’ 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Video Tape Crew 2, 3.
CINDY SPAR—F.H.A. 1; S.A.E. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Pep Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Vice President 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; President 4; library Aide 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Vice President 4; Band 1,2,3,4; District Band 2,3, 4; Pep Band 2,3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3; All Area Band 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Accompanist 3, 4; Family leader of Tomorrow 4; Video Tape Crew 2, 3,
JILL SPAR-Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1; G.A.A. 2; D.C.T. 4; Reporter D.C.T. 4.
JIM SOUSLEY—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3; Industrial Arts Club 1, 3; D.C.T. 4; Baseball 1.
JOHN SOUSLEY—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 3; D.C.T. 4; Baseball 1, 2.
RICHARD THEODORE-Voice Staff 1; French Club 1, 2,3; Industrial Arts Club 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Library Aide 1,2; Video Tape Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Bowl 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigals4; National Honor Society 4; Annual 2, 3, 4.
MARK VANATTA—F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Varsity A’ 2, 3, 4; President 4; Jr. Class Play 3; Sr. Class Play 4; D.C.T. 4; Football 1,2,3,4.
VIC VAN HORN—Spanish Club 1; Student Council 1; Varsity A’ 4; Sr. Class Play 4; D.C.T. 4; Football 1, 2; Golf 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3.
JOHN VOTTERO-Voice Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Editor 3, 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Video Tape Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Bowl 3, 4
JULIE WARD—Pep Club 1,2, 3; D.C.T. 4; President 4.
DEB WEIHRAUCH—Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2; Y-Teens 3; Jr. Gass Play 3; Band 1,2,3,4.
ERNIE WHITAKER—French Club 1, 2; Pep Gub 3; Varsity A’ 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Honorable Mention All Northwest Conference Defensive End; Junior Class Treasurer; Basketball 1; Track 1; Freshman Class Sec.-Treas.
DAVE WILLIAMS—Industrial Arts Gub 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4.
MARK WOLKE-Varsity A’ 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Advisor 3; D.C.T. 4; Sr. Class Play 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 2.
PENNY WORTHINGTON—Office Girl 2, 3; French Gub 2; Y-Teens 3.
CRYSTAL ZACHARIAH—S.A.E. 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; In-terclassSkit2; S.A.E. 3; Secretary 3; Office Girl 4; Sr. Gass Play.
KATHY ZURN—in Florida, Track Team 1; Chorus Ensemble Group 1; State Contest Chorus 1, 2; G.A.A 2; in Bluffton, Chorus 3; State Chorus Contest 3.
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