Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

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You Had To Be There As we look back to the very first day of our school years, it brings forth fond memories. We reminisce about the time gone by and the highlights of the years. Now we focus our attention to the highlights of the 1985-86 school year' when YOU HAD TO BE THERE. To start the year, the marching band had an exceptional season as they carried themselves to state competition with their many talents and hard work. A big thanks to Mr. McDowell for all his hard-work and dedication throughout the past years. The Volleyball team also had a superb season. With a record of 20-4, Coach Morgan worked her girls long and hard, but it was all worth it. 1985-86 was also a great year for the concert band and choir. Both groups received I's at district competition which qualified both groups for state competition where they also received straight I's. Congratulations. There are many other outstanding events that took place throughout the year that it is hard to account for all of them, but the most important event that took place was the Graduation of 56 seniors. The day began in a hurry. The seniors awoke to the gleeming eyes of their closest relatives. Preparations for the big day were beginning. As the temperature rose, so did the joy and saddness shared by all who were involved. Then the moment arrived when each student rose and awaited the sound of his or her name to be called. As each student walked up the ramp to receive his diploma, cameras flashed and joyous cries were released along with a sigh of relief by each parent to finally see their children as young adults. I guess the old addage is true "YOU HAD TO BE THERE." We hope you will enjoy this yearbook and look back upon the pages to remember the year that was shared by all. Again we would like to thank the yearbook for all their hard work and dedication. Theme 34'he Best of '86 Yoshifumi Yamamoto, otherwise known to Ada High School as KC is from Nora, Japan. "It is a very historic city," he says. "There are many temples and many foreigners visit my city." He respects both of his parents as well as his grandfather, who means alot to him. Two brothers round out his family. KC plays all types of sports back home, such as volleyball, baseball, soccer and ping-pong. His favorite classes include: chemistry, typing, and calculus. KC's favorite teachers are Mr. Lusk, Mr. Hay and Mr. Me For-land. Hamburgers, fried chicken and corn are his favorite American foods, and his favorite place back home is — home. Marleen Hogeboom, too, is a new face at Ada, she is from Oos-terbeck, Holland. When asked about her first impression of the U.S., Marleen paused for a moment then replied, "The number of cars at the airport." She says the U.S. is different from Holland in many ways, including school. In Holland they have no homework, no lockers, and no individual desks. Marleen's favorite class at Ada is Art Crafts, and her favorite teacher is Mrs. Sleeseman. Her favorite foods include pizza and french fries. When asked to sum up her outlook of the U.S. in one sentence, she replied, "I think America is nice country, but if you are young, you can live better in Holland." Philip S. Allen John Alex Amburgy Jeffery Mark Anspach Jean Ann Baughman Charles Lee Bitler Sherri Lynn Brewer 6 SeniorsAt left; Morleen and K.C. Senior exchange students from Holland and Japan. Below; The building below is located in Nara, Japan which was Japan's capital in the 18th century. This building was built during that time, and is the biggest wooden building in the world. Vickie Lou Campbell Shelly Renae Carmean Paul D. Cheney Ryan R. Conley Julie Cook Linda Sue Counts Seniors 7Grace Michelle Crates Kari Ann Crozier Jill Patricia Davis Tammi Ann Dearth Scott A. Eibling Stacia Lee Fisher Bobby G. Game Jr. David A. Gonder Andrew Guidebeck Marleen Hogeboom Tammy Ann Howard Brian Jarrell 8 SeniorsKarin Leanne Kindle Larry Todd Klingler Tim Lawrence Haulie Ray Marshall Douglas Blaine Miller Christine Anne Minich Lisa Mullins Theresa Sue Nellis Cameron Vincent Nelson Cherie Ann Oates Gary Lynn Park Michael D. Paugh Seniors 9Robert W. Shields Stephanie Lynn Shull Douglas Smith Lisa Lynne Smith Marc Staley Steven Douglas Stansloski 10 SeniorsNOT PICTURED David Adams Tracy Rayl Joseph Keith Wauben Gary Jonathan Wells Carla Kay Willeke Michael Robert Willeke Douglas A. Winnegardner Starlene Rene Wright KC Yamamoto Brian Todd Young Seniors 11Class Officers: Chris Minich V. President, Todd Klingler President, John Amburgey, and Vicki Campbell Secretary. 'Yesterday's dreams become todays thoughts. Today's thoughts become tomorrows realities."Doug and Tammy watch as Linda demonstrates how a camera works. 14 HomecomingHOMECOMING SPECTACULAR '85 On Friday September 20, the Homecoming activities got underway with the announcement of the Homecoming court at the pep ralley. This years attendants were Geri Kipker Freshmen, Candy Howard Sophomore, Dee Wolber Junior, Vickie Campell Senior, Chris Minich Senior, and Andrea Traster Senior. During the Homecoming Parade, the court was escorted through town to the park where they circled the track. The attendants were then escorted down the field, before the game began, with the combined High School and Jr. High bands performing "Lady." The cool might air was filled with excitement as Senior Andrea Traster was crowned Queen. The game then commensed with the 1985-86 Homecoming court presiding. The Student Council and the Athletic Department sponsored a Homecoming reunion. Invited were members of past Homecom- ing courts and members of the undefeated football teams of 1942, 1944, 1955, and 1973. Many past queens and attendants were at the game as well as many former football players who served as escorts. Queens and attendants from the last forty-two years were honored at halftime of the football game. The halftime activities ended with the High School band performing "Mister Touchdown U S A." in honor of the Homecoming reunion. The Homecoming activities ended for another year with the Student Council sponsored dance Saturday night September 28. Many thanks go to all who were involved, the Cheerleaders for keeping up everyones spirit, the Parents for being so patient, the Faculty for being so supportive, the Band for performing entertaining music, the Student Council for organizing a spectacular Homecoming, and to the many more who were involved. Ted ond Andrea are having a great time The Homecoming court presides over the game. Homecoming 15Their Achievement Shines November 19th, marked the 80th annual competition of Interclass at Ada High School, this year the categories included Essay, Short Story, Poetry, and Dramatic Reading. Participants from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Classes worked long hours preparing themselves for the event. The Sophomores were the overall winners. Congratulations to all those who participated. A special thanks goes to the Student Council for sponsoring this annual event. Lisa shows her technique of achieving 16 InterclassESSAY Phil Allen Megan Shult Peg Gordon DRAMATIC READING Lisa Smith Bill Keller POETRY LeAnn Compton SHORT STORY Andrea Traster Jennifer Minich Sarbori Bhattcharya 18 Music FeastMUSIC FEAST 1985-86 The Eighth Annual Music Feast, held on Saturday November 9, 1985, was a fun-filled evening with entertainment from several guest groups. Performing groups included swing choirs from: Bluffton, Beavercreek, Columbus Grove, Kenton, O.N.U., Piqua, Riverdale, along with the Ada High School Marching Band, and the Jr. and Sr. High chorus. Music Feast also marked the end of a very successful 1985-86 marching band season, as well as the 90-voice concert choir's beginning. The evening was enjoyed by all who attended as they dined on steak dinners that were served in the Cafeteria and German style snacks of bratwurst and saurkraut were available to those watching performances in the Gym. The yearly musical event was a great success. The combination of good food and creative song was enjoyed by all who attended and participated. The Jr. High chorus starts off their year. Andrea sings the Blues Meogan accompanies the High School Chorus. Music Feast 19Everyone enioys the great music. SADIE HAWKINS GOES HAWAIIAN This year the Sadie Hawkins Dance was held on January 10, 1985. The Seniors had a new theme for the dance and went Hawaiian! The dance was held in the Multi-Purpose Room with sounds from the System and decoration straight from Old MacDonalds farm. Attendance was not limited to couples. The shyer girls could go with friends and hope to meet the man of their dreams. Many of the slow dances were fittingly, ladies choice, but the guys had a chance to make their preferences known, as well. On the whole, everyone who attended had a wonderful time. Phil, whot ore you doing? Learning to count at last? Steph, was the Hulo too much to handle? Sadie Hawkins 21Ada's "West Side Story" is a musical tale about kids of the street, rumbles, teen-age love, the outer and inner limits of city turfs, realism social significance and a segment of American life — young people set in a time and place with none of them understanding what's happening to them. "West Side Story" is all that and more. A modern-day version of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" that does not paraphrase the Elizabethan account, but rather utilizes it as a reference point. The atmosphere is stark, the ending tragic, but it has romance, humor, dance sequences and a collaboration that represents, spectacularly, the lively art of the American musical theater. The show opened Friday, April 11 at 8 p.m. and continued Saturday, April 12, at the same time. The costumes and the stage setting were designed by the directors, Lynn Knoble and Dean McDowell. The costumes used in "West Side Story" were designed by Mrs. Knoble. She researched the story itself set in the late 1950's, studied Action (Kevin) and Anybodys (LeAnn) discuss her loyalty. Middle: The Jets make their plans. West Side books showing styles of the times, and viewed pictures from "West Side Story" performed on Broadway in 1957, fhe remake of 1980, and the 1962 movie version. Costumes were found in attics of cast members and their families. Some came from the Music department collection made over the past eight years. Period costumes, such as the '50's-style prom dresses, were rented. The stage setting for "West Side Story" is the creation of teacher Dean McDowell. He designed the entire set. His ideas came, he said, from seeing different productions of the musical and looking at pictures from other productions. McDowell said, "I had to adapt ideas to fit our small stage area." Mr. McDowell designed two revolving turntables. They were built on stage and revolved to make a scene change. He added, "They open up so they can be used three ways — inside, front side and back side." Mr. McDowell planned the lighting design, coordinating the colors and making the decisions when and where to use light. Story The 16-piece orchestra plays an important role in the musical. Director Dean McDowell said, "West Side Story" is known in the theatrical world as one of the most difficult musical scores written for a Broadway-type musical. Because of the difficulty, professional musicians from Lima Symphony, Ohio Northern University, Bluffton College and Bluffton High School were added to Ada High School instrumentalists. Accompanist was Megan Shult. 22 MusicalMusical 23The Jets help Action (Kevin) to become o Cindy helps Estello (Rachel) with make-up. better person. Tony (Phil) and Maria (Stephanie) ex-Rosalia (Starlene) before the musical. change wedding vows. 24 MusicalThe Jets end their scene expertly. Tony and Maria share a private moment. Moose (Alan) is being made up. Tony and Maria meet secretly. Musical 25Jungle Love Coconuts, pineapples, formals, and tails all combined to create the atmosphere of Jungle Love Prom night. Members of the Junior class held a dance and sold magazines to raise money for this tribute to the Senior class. The early part of the day was spent decorating and then the fun began. Couples danced far into the night to the sounds of The System. After prom was held in McIntosh Center as well and ran into the early morning hours. 28 PromProm 29Outstanding Seniors The third annual Senior Awards Banquet was held to recognize the top academic Scholars from the High School. David Lusk, Student Council advisor, served as Master of Ceremonies. The presentations began with a few words from Superintendent Eugene Fries. The ceremonies honor top Sen- iors in all areas of the curriculum, past and newly inducted National Honor Society members, and Seniors with a 3.7 or higher grade point average. The announcement of this years Valedictorian and Salutatorian concluded the honors banquet. Seniors with a 3.7 or higher grade point overage: Jean Baughman, Andrea Tras-ter, Lisa Smith, Jill Davis, Todd Klinger, Cam Nelson, and Vicki Campbell 30 Senior AwardsSenior Awards 31Graduation '86 June 1, 1986 will be remembered performed a flute duet. The vale-by all the Ada seniors for a long dictorian address was given by An-time. Graduation, a special day drea Traster, and Jean Baughman that had been looked forward to gave the salutatory address, for years, was now a reality. At Special music was provided by precisely 2:00 p.m., the seniors the high school choir as well as a and faculty members filed into the senior ensemble. After receiving gymnasium. The seniors in silverish their diplomas and turning their gray robes, and all carried red tassels, the seniors tossed their roses. caps into the air in a moment of Lisa Smith and Stephanie Shull sincere elation! Top left: Posing proudly are Heather Saffel, Top middle: Salutatorian, Jean Baughmon, Chris Minich, Vickie Campbell, John Am- receives her diploma, burgy, K.C. Yamomoto, and Todd Klingler. At right: Phil Allen prepares for graduation. Bottom left: The graduating class of 1986. 32 GraduationTop right: Mike Runser and Mike Willeke Above left: Vickie Campbell helps Chris are glad it's over Minich with her hat. At left: Valedictorian, Andrea Traster and Above right: Cam Nelson and Mike Runser salutatorian, Jean Baughman enjoy all of the excitement Graduation 3334 GraduationGraduation 35Students Learn Student Council is an organization which supports academic and social involvement. Student council consists of two seventh graders, two eighth graders, three freshmen, three sophomores, four juniors and five seniors. Representatives are selected through a process of petition and election which involves the students and faculty. Activities for the Student Coun- cil includes: Homecoming, Sadie Hawkins Dance, Carnation Day and selling concessions. Academically the student Council sponsered the annual Interclass Competition, the Seniors Awards Banquet, and a special visit from Dave Williams who talked to the students and parents on the prevention of drug abuse. Row 1: A. Traster, V. Campbell, C. Nelson, C. Minich, H. Saffell. Row 2: Advisor D. Lusk, M. Heister, T. Hazelton, H. Fries, M. Williams, R. Wyss, P. Gordon, K. Moser Row 3: T. Griffith, M. Shult, J. Campoli, S. Stahl and J. Minich Absent: C. Griffin and S. Fisher. Top Right: Jennifer Minich pays close attention to the discussion. At Right: Dave Williams talks with Student Council president, Andrea Traster and other students on drug abuse. 36 Student CouncilAndrea Traster talks to her fellow Student Council Members. Shawn Fisher is amused with something other than the topic. Peg Gordon listens attentively. Student Council 37N. H. S. '86 The Ada High School chapter of the National Honor Society under the leadership of Advisor Dave Lusk, recognizes academic achievement and school involvement. The qualities of Leadership, Scholarship, Character and Service are stressed. The Society is open to Juniors and Seniors who carry a 3.4 grade point average or above, have participated in various school activities, and have been approved by the faculty. This year, twelve students were inducted into the Society in a special assembly held for their parents and the student body. A reception followed. Megan proudly displays her candle The Notional Honor Society members. Ted, do you need help? 38 National Honor SocietyNational Honor Society's new members. Chris concentrates on her job. Dee, are you having a good time? Jill lights the way. National Honor Society 39Helping Hands Each year many students volunteer to work in the high school, or elementary guidance office and the libraries. These students give up their study halls to perform various duties such as: deliver messages, distribute mail, answer the telephone, and make a fresh pot of coffee. Workers in the high school office are under the direction of Jackie Kent. Guidance workers are trained under Peggy Davis. The volunteers in the high school and elementary libraries are organized by Mrs. Meyer-Eley and Mrs. Campbell. Responsibilities include tasks such as: Checking out books and checking in books. Also shelving, maintaining the vertical file, and helping locate materials. At right: Leslie Allen helps out on the library cards. Above: Tony Boutwell and Brian Lee study hard in the library! At right: Mrs Kent Row I: L. Plaugher, E. Erickson, S. Wright, S. Wince, R. Simon, S. Gonder, J. Reese Row 2: B Keller, C. Dye, B Young, and V. Reichenbach 40 Otfice Guidance WorkersTop: J.R. Neuenschwonder, P. Davis, K. Dyer, J. Dearth, B. Keller, and Mrs. Bucher. Middle: D. Wire, S. Burris, T. Nelson, M. Hall, C. Dearth and M Miller. At left: Row 1: J. Ressig, R Klingler, D Bell, C. Robinette, B Byrant, T. Weaver, M. Lissner, L. Allen, T. Kiggms, Mrs. Meyer Eley. Row 2: T. Dongean, E. Erickson, M. Runser, J. Dearth, A. Shroyer, T. Robinson, P. Fleming, M. Murphy, and B. Ramsey. Office Guidance Workers 41SUPER BAND!!! The Ada High School Marching Band started it's season with the traditional Band Camp Rehearsals from 8-12 am in August. They performed at the F M Picnic and Cedar Point at the end of band camp as well as traveling to Marion, Ohio to watch the U. S. Open Drum and Bugle Corp Prelim Competition. The Marching Band performed shows at the Allen and Hardin County Fairs as well as all ten football games. This year the band competed in three marching competitions scoring higher each time and qualified for State Finals at Lancaster. The first show was at Spencerville High School where the band took fourth place. The second was at the very tough Westerville South Competition in Columbus where the band took first place in their division. The third competition was at rainy Fostoria, Below: Chrissi sparkles under the stadium lights. Ohio where the band placed third out of 16 bands in Class C and qualified for State. The band finished their season by performing at State finals receiving a II (excellent) rating and playing at the Music Feast. The band began rehearsing for District Competition and received a I (superior) rating qualifying them to go on to State level on April 18th the Band walked away with the very proud honor of receiving straight I's at State. Only 6 bands out of 28 received this honor and only 2, Ada and Hopewell Louden received straight I's in class C. On May 9th the Band gave their spring concert featuring their contest numbers, Andrea Traster performing the famous Slaughter on 10th Avenue piano concerto with the band, and Lisa Smith performing the difficult flute solo Night Soliloquy with the band. Cam Nelson relaxes "in style" as he watches the game Cindy Gossell concentrates on her playing 42 BandMr McDowell directs the bond The flog girls end the song with a BIG smile District III Band: Andrea Traster, Luke Johansen, Lisa Smith, LeAnn Compton, Lindy Dickson, and Amy Shroyer Band 43Making Music The Ada High School Jazz Band consists of four horns, a sax, drums, piano and keyboard. This group serves as a back-up for the Varsity Singers during all of their performances. The Pep Band consisting of both Junior High and Senior High Band members, provides entertainment between games and at halftime of all home games during the Basketball season. Performing lively pop tunes, marches and popular songs, the pep band kept the crowd entertained and helped to cheer the team on to victory. Above: Ado High School Jazz Band Angie Newlond, Karen Faulkner, Eric Roberds, Becky Ramsey, Jeon Baughman, Scott Thede, Cindy Gossell and Tammi Dearth. 44 Jazz Pep BandAt left: Phil Allen and Chris Wire entertain the crowd during halftime Below: Members of the Ada High School Pep Band. Jazz Pep Band 45Makin' Music The 86 voice Jr. High Choir performed at the Music Feast in their new purple and gold outfits. Many of the members participated in solo and ensemble competition. Spring brought the group a superior rating at contest. The year concluded with a combine concert with the Jr. High Band. The Jr. High Band began in the fall preparing for appearances in the Halloween and Homecoming Parades. Towards spring the group prepared for solo and ensemble competition as well as their final concert with the choir. At right: The excitement of choir overcomes Amy, Beth and Sharon. Above: Joey Hull demonstrates her expert flute ability. Above: Kerri Spallenger and Stephanie Dixon pay close attention to the music. 46 Junior High Band ChoirAbove: The Jr. High Choir rehearse for contest. Jr. High Band Choir 47Notes of Success This year the Varsity Singers consisted of 23 singer-dancers and a nine piece back-up group. Their performances included our own "Music Feast" Invitational with special guest from Piqua and Beavercreek High Schools and several local high schools, the Christmas Choral Concert, and invitationals at Kenton and Riverdale. The group sang for the ONU Arts Festival and performed in a Pops Concert at O.N.U. with their show choir, The Added Attraction. They entered competitions at O.N.U. (4th place) and Lancaster and performed at Spring Fever Follies. Pro- fessional choreographer, Cindy Shipley, of Ft. Wayne, Indiana worked with the group this year on two of their numbers ... a first for the Varsity Singers. The Concert Choir started the year with all 90 voices performing at Music Feast and the newly formed 30 voice Girls' Choir received straight superiors (I's) at District Competition and both groups were rated as excellent (ll's) at State Contest. The group completed the year with Spring Fever Follies and honored the 18 graduating seniors at this concert and at Graduation. The Varsity Singers perform at Music Feast. Accompanists: Megan Shult and Andrea Traster. Phil Allen and Steph Shull work hard at practice. 48 Choir Varsity SingersDistrict III Choir: Phil Allen, Dee Wolber, Starlene Wright, Linda Oates, Holly Fries, and Sabon Bhattacharya. Andy and Amy watch the director carefully. Choir Varsity Singers 49FFA FFA Officers: Jamie Pattom, Matt Klingler, Jerry Soltzman, Kent Everhart, Ted Griffith, Shawn Fisher, Dick Reichenboch. The Ada Chapter of Future Farmers of America offers both education and enjoyment to it's members. In these days of technological advances, farming is a science as well as a business. FFA is a club open to persons interested in mechanical, technical or professional careers in agriculture. The chapter meets once a month under the direction of advisor Mr. Feeser to discuss future projects and their monthly business. Highlights for the year include the FFA Banquet, State Judging, National Convention, Farm Science Review and their annual citrus fruit sale. FFA Members: T. Griffith, J. Soltzman, S. Fisher, D. Reichenboch, J. Patton, B. Robinson, M. Manley, B. Willioms, C. Griffin, S. Fisher, B. Gome, V. Reichenboch, P. Cheney, Mr. Feeser, J. Reese, G. Downing, G. Wright, K. Williams, R. Bell, J. Conley, M. Rohrer, P. Manns, R. Williams and R. Counts. 50 FFAHold, Bonjour The Foreign Language Club advised by Mrs. Traster, is a club that is devoted to French and Spanish students who want to learn more about the French and Spanish cultures and language. Activities for this year included French and Spanish food days, creating sweatshirts, and working concessions at the basketball games for their money making project. Language Club Officers: Amy Shroyer, Jodi Dearth, Phil Allen and Monica Chambers. Heather Saffell practices her conjugations Language Club Members: D. Rhoades, D. ton, P. Gordon, C. Forcey, S. Wince, A Shroyer, P. Allen, J. Dearth, B Sutherly, L. Neff, K. Hanratty, C. Barga, J. Stavenger, L. Newland, T. Downing, D. Anthony, S. Me- Plaugher, J. Farrington, J. Baughmon Preston, K Faulkner, C. Griffin, L. Comp- Coy, S. Bhattacharya, M. Chambers, A. Language Club 51SHH!! The traditional baking of goodies and making posters was once again a success. The 1985 Secret Admirers under the direction of Coach Dave McFarland continued to give encouragement to the football team as they prepared for their Friday rivals. Highlights of the year included the fall banquet and a weiner roast! At left: Row 1: L. Counts, Row 2: S. Stahl, V. Campbell, C. Minich, Row 3: L. Allen, L. Epley, K. Pederson, M. Chambers, Row 4: D. Wolber, T. Weihrouch, S. Stahl, C. Gos-sell, A. Shroyer, A. Simmons, Row 5: J. Dearth, T. Kiggins, D. Wofley, G. Kipker, T. Mumaugh, C. Manley, Row 6: T Clemons, B. Ramsey, B Badertscher, A. Reitz, S. Wince, J. Minich, L. Parks, Row 7: C. For-cey, A. Campoli, N. Epley, L. Plaugher, K. Hanratty, T. Everhart, H. Andrade, Row 8: H. Beckley, C. Fitzpatrick, L. Compton, P. Gordon. At left: Clint Rex, Joe Bruskotter and Brent Meyer enjoy the weiner roast. At bottom: Is she my secret admirer? At left: Marc, Linda and Tammi are relaxing in front of the fire. 52 Secret Admirersu Varsity "A" members in action Varsity "A" The Varsity "A" Club, under the guidance of Coach Doug Fries is agree that they have a great time open to any athlete earning a let- together. The Varsity "A" Club ter in sports or team management, serves to support and enhance the The activities of the group vary Ada High School athletic pro-from year to year, but all members grams. Top: Varsity "A" members Dee Wolber, Beth Young, Sandy Stahl, Wendy Morrell, Laurie Epley, Clint Rex, Mark Ryan, Brent Meyers, Todd Klingler, Dick Reichenbach, Advisor Coach Fries, Joe Wauben, Cam Nelson, Gary Wright, Ted Griffith, Heather Saffell, Chris Minich, Rodney Williams, Linda Counts, Sue Stahl, Mike Willeke, Jerry Salrzman, Marc Staley, John Amburgey, and Vicki Campbell Varsity "A" 53Doodles to Deadlines Every Thursday after school hard working annual staffers can be found in room 206 creating a new and exciting yearbook. A yearbook staffers duties begin in August selling ads to local businesses. In September the staff traveled to Urbana College for a work- shop on layout and design. During the rest of the year the staff works hard meeting deadlines, selling yearbooks, working concessions at basketball games and selling candy bars to raise money to fund the yearbook. Top: Advisor Beth Eibling shows Karen Above: Editors of the 1986 WE include Faulkner and Cheryl Forcey the technique Cheryl Forcey, Amy Shroyer, and Amy Cur- of layout and design. tis. At right: Annual staffers take a break during picture day. 54 Annual Stafff At left: Sabori Bhattacharya works hard to meet the deadline. Above. 1986 Annual Staff Sabori Bhatta-chorya, Cheryl Forcey, Karen Faulkner, Peggy Gordon, Tammi Mumough, Amy Curtis, Deyonka Holbrook, Stacy Dye, Advisor Beth Eibling, Amy Shroyer, Mindy Murphy and DeNita Wolfley. Above: Karen Faulkner relaxes for a minute at the Urbana Workshop. Annual Staff 5557SENIORS IN SPORTS Senior Football players: John Amburgey, Jerry Saltzman, Chuck Bitler, K.C. Yamamoto, Marc Staley, Todd Klingler, Doug Wmegardner, Rob Shields, and David Gonder Seniors in Girls' Track: Linda Counts, Heather Saffell, Chris Minich. Volleyball Seniors Linda Counts Vicki Campbell Cross Country Senior Heather Saffell 58 Seniors in SportsBaseball Seniors: Mike Runser, Mike Willeke, and Cam Nelson. Seniors in Boys' Track: Marc Staley, John Amburgey, Rob Shields, Todd Klmgler, and Jerry Senior Tennis Member: Teresa Nellis. Saltzmon. Basketball Seniors Vicki Campbell, Carla Willeke, Cam Nelson Mike Willeke, Mike Runser, Joe Wauben John Amburgey, Jerry Saltzman, Marc Staley Seniors in Sports 59At left: Mott Cole and the rest of the Bulldogs attack Spencerville. Below: Staley goes for the touchdown. Football Falters The 1985 football team showed great leadership this past season, they played every down, every quarter and every game with a "never die" attitude. "The team showed great character in the face of adversity — the kind of character that will make them successful throughout their lives." Kenton L Perry L Allen East L Paulding L Spencerville L Delphos L Columbus Grove W Bluffton L Upper Scioto Valley W Lima Central Catholic L 2-8 Many great accomplishments occured during the season to pave the way for a great season in 1986. The offensive line led by senior, Todd Klingler and juniors, Clint Rex and Brent Meyer paved the way for Marc Staley's 1,207 yards rushing. In addition to a strong and disciplined line, defensive standouts include: Rob Shields, Alan Simon, Mark Ryan, Rod Williams, Brent Meyer, Clint Rex and Joe Bruskot-ter which brought intensity and enthusiasm to the '85 squad. Above: Coach Me Farland discusses the next play with Mark Ryan. Football 61JUNIOR DOGS Be All You Can Be The Junior High Bulldogs had an upsetting '86 season. With a final record of 1-6, the junior dogs had an exciting win over Perry. Although the junior high squad had a tough season, they learned a valuable experience which will help them as they continue in their future years in football. 62 Junior High FootballCenter: Bulldog Shuffle. Below: Where's the boll?? Columbus Grove L Allen East L Perry W U.S.V. L Kenton L Bluffton L 1-6 —J Left: Top Row (L. to R.) C. Dearth, S. Wright, B. Price, J. Smith, K. Everhart, S. Anspach, J. Neiswander, R. Williams, B. Madison, R. Lemon, Coach Minto Bottom Row (L. to R.) N. Stoodt, H. Strayer, D Robie, S. Burris, J. Reissig, R Chandler, T. VanAtta, B. Brush, S. Williams, S. Rudasill, R. Robinette, T. Williams Junior High Football 63WINNING CONTINUES NWC Champs To accomplish anything we must have PRIDE in each other and their abilities, with this anything is possible and this years Lady Bulldogs is proof of this. This year the Lady Bulldogs brought Ada its third straight Northwest Conference Championship, under the coaching of Tracy Morgan. The team had the best record ever with 20-4 and a 9-1 conference record. Individual team honors went to Sandy Stahl, Most Valuable Player and Co-Captains were Vicki Campbell and Linda Counts, while Wendy Morrell was named Bulldog Playmaker. Special Awards were lavished on the players with District 8 recognition going to Dee Wolber, first team, Sandy Stahl, honorable mention and Linda Counts and Vicki Campbell. The District 8 game was coached by Morgan. Northwest Conference went to Sue Stahl and Dee Wolber first team. Congratulations on a great season!! At right: Wendy Morrell and Sandy Stahl go up for a block. w Kalida W Riverdale w LCC W West Liberty Salem L Wapak L Bluffton W Cory Rawson w USV W Bluffton w Paulding w Ridgemont w Spencerville w Allen East L Lincolnview w Columbus Grove w Kenton w Hardin Northern w Crestview w Bath w Ridgemont w Delphos Jefferson w Riverdale w Perry L Marion Local 20-4 At right: Coach Morgan explains the next strategy. 64 Varsity VolleyballTop: Linda Counts saves the ball. Above left: Dee Wolber sets the ball for her teammate. Above right: Sue Stahl up for the block. At left: Stats Managers: Beth Siekerman, Tracie Lewis, Rachel Acri, Jenny Simon, and Jodi Dearth. Varsity Volleyball 65J.V. Pride '85 The 1985-86 volleyball season was full of excitement for everyone on the J.V. team. Helping the team was manager and trainer, Jodi Dearth. This year's J.V. team ended with a highly regarded 10-6 overall record, proving their immense achievements. During the season between games and workouts, the J.V. team had time for some fun at cookouts and parties. The Lady Dogs played some very tough teams, but everyone enjoyed working together as a team to make 1985-86 a very prosperous year. Center: Cindy Gos el dinks the ball for on easy point. Kalida L L.C.C. W Wapok L Cory Rawson L Bluffton W Ridgemont W Allen East W Columbus Grove W Delphos Jefferson W Perry W U.S.V. W Paulding L Spencerville W Lincolnview L Kenton W Crestview L At right: Sharon Gibson makes the bump pass complete. For right: Beth Bodertscher bumps the ball as defender prepares a block. 66 J.V. VolleyballJr. High Learn At the beginning of the 1985 season, Coach Clum set 3 goals for the 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams; to learn the basic skills of volleyball, to play as a team, and to have fun. All of these goals were met by the conclusion of the season. The 7th grade team learned the basic skills while the 8th grade team polished their skills preparing for Junior Varsity. 7TH GRADE 8TH GRADE L Columbus Grove L L Bluffton W L Hardin Northern L L Pandora W W LTC L L Bluffton W W Hardin Northern W 2-5 4-3 At left: Dinkmg the ball over the net is Amy Reese Bottom Left: Serving for the point is Sharon Guy Bottom Middle: Lori Scott bumps the ball with ease Below: The team gathers for some advice from Coach Clum Junior High Volleyball 67Run for your life! The 1985 Cross Country team, because of the small numbers of runners they were unable to score as a team. However, competing individually the bulldog runners worked hard and gained valuable experience competing as individuals at large invitationals through- Above: Jennifer Hovis works hard at practice. At right: Heather "Runs for her life." out the season. This years team was lead by senior Heather Saffell as she took impressive first place honors at many of the meets. Congratulations to Heather S., Ernie, Mike, Heather C., Page, Eric, Jennifer and Coach Castle for an impressive season. Celina Invitational Spencerville Invitational Bluffton Perrysburg Invitational Lincolnview Col. Grove Riverdale Invitational Spencerville NWC Bluffton District 68 Cross CountryAt left: Watch out Ernie they're gaming!!! Below: Kneeling — Heather Castle, Page Murphy, Eric Rudasill, Jennifer Hovis. Standing — Ernie Daugherty, Heather Saf-fell, and Mike Dunbar Cross Country 69Seniors lead the way The 1985-86 boys basketball season included a very exciting schedule. The team was involved in many close games that went down to the wire. With a final record of 10-11 the Bulldogs had big victories over Lincolnview, Allen East, Perry, and USV. The team played very competitive basketball but lost hard battles twice to Hardin Northern, one to state bound Van Buren and also to Spencerville. Leading the Bulldogs this season were seniors Joe Wauben, Mike Runser, Mike Willeke, Marc Staley, Jerry Saltzman, John Ambur-gey and K.C. Yamamoto. Underclassmen who contributed to the team were Ted Griffith, Joe Cam-poli, Dan Allen, Eric Turner and Larry Castle. Receiving special honors were Willeke and Griffith MVP, Willeke was also first team NWC, second team All District 8, special mention NWC, and member of the All Star Game. Captains included Wauben and Runser. At right: Joe Wauben struggles tor the ball Above: Marc Staley fights to make the shot. Above: Griffith watches for the rebound Fort Jennings L Ridgemont W Spencerville L Lincolnview W Bath L Crestview L Waynesfield W Arlington W Bluffton w Cory Rawson w Allen East w Me Comb w Columbus Grove L Van Buren L Delphos L Kenton L Perry W Hardin Northern L USV W Paulding L Hardin Northern L 70 Boy's BasketballBoy's Basketball 71At right: Becky Ramsey struggles to get the ball. At right: Sandy Stahl makes two for the Bulldogs. Above: Carlo Willeke blocks her Wildcat opponent 72 Varsity BasketballLady Dogs Succeed The 1985-86 Girls' Varsity Basketball team was coached this year by a new face, Coach Faine. Along with a new face came new goals to challenge the Lady Dogs. They included: to win the conference, to win sectionals, and to have fun. They accomplished two of the three goals winning sectionals and having fun. The Bulldogs were led by two outstanding captains Vicki Campbell and Carla Wil-leke. Next year's version of the Lady Dogs should be very successful with five returning lettermen. Ridgmont W Anna L Hardin Northern W Bluffton L Bath L Allen East W Lincolnview L Arlington W Crestview L Col. Crove W Spencerville L Kenton L Kalida W Delphos Jefferson W Paulding W Miller City L L.C.C. W Perry W Ottoville L U.S.V. LL -------------------- 10-10 — At left: Vicki Campbell makes her move. Stats and managers: Brad Jones, Chris Minich, Amber Dearth, Rinaldi Britt, Tammy Dearth, and Tianna Wilson. Varsity Basketball 7374 Girls Boys J.V. and Freshmen BasketballHARD WORK AND HARD LUCK The 1985-86 J.V. Basketball team got off to a slow start losing 8 of their first 11 games. However, the young team won 6 of their final 9 games with big wins over Van Buren, Kenton, Hardin Northern, and Delphos. Coach Baker said, "I knew we might get off to a slow start due to our lack of experience and youth. We started 3 freshmen all season! The whole team grew up a great deal during the last half of the season. I felt we eally found out how to compete and acquire what it takes to win basketball games." During the season the future bulldogs also won 2 overtime games against McComb and Paulding. The overtime victory over McComb came right after the team was 3-8. The class seemed to give the team an added boost of confidence to finish the season strong. The Junior Varsity Girl's Basketball team finished their season with a 3-17 record overall, and 2-7 record in the league. This does not exemplify the progress made throughout the season. The girls had a strong desire to work and improve, and never gave up. Highlights of the season included wins over Spencerville, Columbus Grove, and Miller City. The J.V. Girls were coahced by Karen McConnell. With a final record of 5-8, the freshmen guys whipped Bluffton, twice, and triumphed over U.S.V., Allen East, and Parkway, during their tough season. Hardin-Northern beat our mighty dogs by only a single point each game, and all their other games were very close calls. Becky Ramsey goes up for the shot. Andreo Campoli shows her Freshman spirit. The J.V. Girls scramble for the ball. Girls Boys J.V. and Freshman Basketball 75BUILDING TOWARDS THE FUTURE For the first time, the seventh grade had two teams, A and B, both coached by Jon Fields. Under the direction of coach Charles Hawkins, the eighth grade team came out of the season very strong and ready to begin their freshmen year in basketball. The Jr. High Girls Basketball teams were again coached by Tim Buscher and Lori Klingler this year. These young players learned basic skills and rules of the game to help in achieving a successful season. 76 Jr. High Boys Girls BasketballAt left: Opponent attempts to block Nick Wolfe's pass. Lower left: The team looks on as Heather Castle shoots the ball. Below: The team discusses their next play. Jr High Boys Girls Basketball 77Top: The Varsity squad tries out a new pose for the photographer Above: Kelly Williams shows her spirit ot the Junior High game At right: The Freshman squad demonstrate an impressive mount. 78 CheerleadersAda Cheerleaders ' This years cheerleaders sparkled with energy and enthusiasm. They once again stole the show at the Hardin County Fair Cheerleading Competition, with the Varsity winning first place for the third year in a row and the JV putting on an excellent routine themselves. More of a family than a group of cheerleaders, these girls went the extra mile to be the best of friends. This was obvious in their performances, shown by their special ability to work together well as a team. Captain of the Varsity squad was senior Lisa Smith. Co-captains of the JV squad were Chrissi Sanders and Coleen Griffin. Freshman captain was Chris Manley and 7th and 8th grade captains were Melissa Williams and Sarah West respectively. Perfection was the girls' goal as was evident in their cheers and routines. The 1985-86 squads worked hard and displayed great school spirit. Win or lose, they supported the teams and never stopped believing in them. Cheerleaders 79Tennis Trouble The 1986 Varsity Tennis Team, coached by ONU student Diane Wartman had somewhat of a difficult season. With a final record of 1-8 Ada had a 4-1 victory over Paulding. The Bulldogs went down in 0-5 defeat to Kenton and Lima Central Catholic. This years team Ada 0 Kenton 5 Ada 1 Bath 4 Ada 1 LCC 4 Ada 4 Paulding 1 Ada 1 Van WErt 4 Ada 2 Paulding 3 Ada 0 LCC 5 Ada 1 Van Wert 4 Ada 2 Elida 3 1-8 was led by senior Teresa Nellis who also shared the honor of Co-captain with Clint Rex. Joe Campoli was named this years most valuable player. At right: MVP Joe Campoli in action Above: Todd Robinson returns the ball At right: Tennis members Todd Robinson, Teresa Nellis and Lussy Dede take time out for a break. 80 Varsity TennisBelow: Luke, ore you ready? Below: Scott Mullins concentrates on his return. Above: Sabori Bhattacharya, Lussy Dede, Teresa Nellis, Ady Dede, Scott Mullins, David Anthony, Todd Robinson, Clint Rex, Luke Johansen, Joe Campoli, and David Giradot. Varsity Tennis 81Difficult Season The 1986 Baseball Team had a hard and difficult season. With a final record of 6-19 the Bulldogs had big wins over Paulding, Del-phos and Crestview. The scores were close in many of the games but the Dogs just couldn't hold onto the lead. Honorary captain for this year's team was senior Cam Nelson. MVP honors and All Northwest Conference 1st team honors went to junior Ted Griffith. At right: Cam Nelson attempts to get his opponent out. Below: Eric Turner runs to his position in the outfield. Above: Mike Willeke swings at the ball Above: Rod Williams concentrates on hitting a home run. 82 Varsity BaseballBelow: Mike Runser catches the ball with Below: Todd Robinson returns to his posi ease. tion. Varsity Baseball 83Achievement The Ada Varsity Track Team demonstrated great athletic ability and self achievement this season. The boy's team led by seniors Rob Shields, Todd Klingler, Jerry Saltz-man, Marc Staley and John Am-burgey showed much accomplishment and hard work. Led by seniors Linda Counts, Heather Saffell and Chris Minich the girls track team was short on numbers and high on injuries. Despite this the girls managed to ac- complish many personal goals. The girl's placed eighth in the conference with three girls participating in the regional meet. Senior Chris Minich, Discus, Senior Heather Saffell, 3200m run and Junior Sue Stahl, 200m dash. This was a year of great selfachievement by dedicated hard working athletes. Their efforts speak for themselves. Above: Marc Staley off to a good start. At right: Sue Stahl a clear cut winner Above: Jerry Saltzman and Ernie Daugherty in the lead for Ada. 84 Varsity TrackAbove: On your mark, get set, GO! Varsity Track 85 At left: Todd Klingler prepares to throw for the Bulldogs Below: De Ann Turner glides over the hurdles.A Learning Season Warm-ups and enthusiasm often begin the Jr. High Track practices. Boy's coach, Bill Kent and Girl's coach Judy Miller do their best to keep the Bulldog Pride showing. The learning experience was one they will never forget as they worked their way to a victory. At right: Tony Archer up and over Below: Ryan Williams takes the lead Above: S. Romick. A Reese, J Hull, T. Lewis. S. West, N Curtis, P. Murphy, R. Wyss, S. Guy, T. Weaver, J. Simon, C. Dearth, L. Beanblos-som, J. Hovis, A. Mumaugh, T. Nelson, D. Kratzer Above: Coach Bill Kent, B. Dalton, B Price, R. Williams, S Wright, S. Anspach, V. Hopson, D. Baughman, C. Dearth, M Pelger, T. Archer, D. Hrushka, K. Robinette, T. Hazelton, R Lemin, R. Bucher, M. Conkling, D. Hinderliter. 86 Jr. High Track87MATH SCIENCES LEAD THE WAY This science year was very interesting. Mr. Neff again organized the local Science Fair for eighth graders with the exception of one freshman. Eighth graders Paul Allen, Amy Binkley, Matt Conkling, Sharon Guy, Matt Heister, Peter King, Beth Seikerman, Nick Wolfe, and freshmen Michael Crouse advanced to district Science Fair, at ONU, with Superior (1) ratings. Receiving I's at district were Sharon Guy and Michael Crouse. Michael then went on to earn another Superior at State Science Fair. For the second year, Mr. Lusk's Senior Physics class launched hotair balloons. A cold day in March was chosen for this event because the balloons would go farther. Other Science courses include: 7th and 8th grades, IIS, PCB, Biology, Biology CP, Chemistry I, Chemistry II, and Advanced Biology. In Math, seventh and eighth grades each have a single course, but ninth through twelfth grades have many to choose from. For those not college-bound students, there are General, Business, and Practical Math classes. College-Prep courses include: Algebra I II, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus, taught by Mr. Sperling. All other classes are taught by Mr. Wagner. 88 AcademicsBusiness Home Ec. Many types of commercial classes are offered here at Ada. There are 3 typing courses in which the students learn basic operating skills as well as arranging material. Business Law is for those students who would like to learn about their rights and privileges. General Business and Economics teach basics in understanding business and economic systems. Bookkeeping provides insight into the art of record keeping in everyday living and also in business. Many varieties of Home Ec. courses are available here at Ada. Comprehensive Home Ec. gives basic understanding of homemaking and family life. Preparation for Marriage and a Singles course direct students into looking at their problems realistically and making their own decisions. Courses on cooking and sewing teach preparation for living alone or in a family. Above: The typing closs gets down to work. Left: Diana Wireman and Stephonie Giror-dot work out a computer program. 89At right: Lefty strikes again! Below right: We're just one "big" family. Below: Sharing the work is much more fun! ENGLISH READING Basics of grammar skills and literature are taught in freshmen and sophomore English classes, while more in depth study of these courses are studied in junior and senior classes. Many times subject matter is chosen by the students, so that they will be interested fully in what they are doing. For seniors, there are other courses in which they can prepare themselves for college, such as Communications and Advanced English. A reading course is also helpful in strengthening reading skills. 90FOREIGN LANGUAGE SOCIAL STUDIES Four courses of Modern History and Sociology are offered for a semester each. American History is a class all Juniors are required to take, while the Seniors are required to enroll in American Government I II. Advanced Placement American History is offered in place of Regular History for all Juniors. Ada's Foreign Language De- partment consists of four courses each of Spanish and French. First and second year courses are for those students wanting to learn the basics of a foreign language. Advanced classes, which may be taken for either one or two years, help further the students' foreign language skills. Above: Scott, are you deep in thought, or lost in space? At left: Rachel Hawley, Megan Shult, and Crissi Sanders all listen closely to Miss Sale 91Art Industrial Arts Vo-Ag This year, Art has been really good. Many students have won awards and there are a lot of talented students in the Art classes. Jill Davis won a scholarship for $6000 for her artistic abilities. Keep it up! There are many different and interesting classes in the Category of Industrial Arts, including: Industrial Arts l-V, Crafts, and Mechanical Drawing classes l-lll. Some things that one does in these classes are: Photography, Woodworking, Ceramics, Metal-working, and designing and constructing model houses, to name a few. In the 1986 State Convention for Vocational Agriculture, Ted Griffith was recognized for receiving the American Farmer Degree — the highest honor awarded in FFA. Also, Ted Griffith received the State Farmer Degree, and Dick Rei-chenbach was nominated for State Secretary. The Ada FFA chapter participated in many contests including Public Speaking, Soil Judging, and General Livestock, to name a few. The Vo-Ag officers of 1986 are as follows: President — Kent Everhart, Vice President — Ted Griffith, Secretary — Virginia Reichen-bach, Treasurer — Coleen Griffin, Reporter — Gary Wright, Student Advisor — Jamie Patton, Sentinal — Matt Klingler, Historian — Mike Manley, and Chaplain — Rob Counts. Art winners: G. Wells, D. Gonder, C. Bitler, Top Center: Mr, Lee demonstrates to his V. Campbell, B. Meyer, R Acri, Mr. Minto class. 92 AcademicsBottom Center: Brian Williams and Mike Runser construct a shelf Top: Mr. Dearth reviews the basics of Drivers Ed. Above: Drivers Ed. is no laughing matter. David Robey asks Mr. Lee about his project. Academics 93MUSIC BAND The Ada High School Music Department offers many ways for students in grades five through twelve to get involved. In the Vocal Department, Mrs. Knoble does her best to keep everyone busy, including herself. She manages to direct three concert choirs, one show choir and many ensembles. These include: Jr. High Choir, High School Concert Choir, Selected Girl's Choir, and Ada's Show Choir, The Varsity Singers. Mr. McDowell, our Band Director, conducts three concert bands and one marching band, during the year. These include: fifth sixth grade band, High School Concert Band, Jr. High Concert Band, and the High School Marching Band. Mr. McDowell, we wish you all the luck in the world in your new job! Above left: Mrs Knoble conducts "Misty" at Music Feast. Above right: Rachel Meyer ond Todd Robinson perform with the Varsity Singers. Right: Scott Mullins ond Joey Bruskotter do their thing with the sax. 94 AcademicsScholastic Bowl Achievers This year's Scholastic Bowl team was a very gifted one, it consisted of Philip Allen, Jean Baughman, Cameron Nelson, and Andrea Traster; with Mr. Lusk as their advisor. Their group has attended many competitions including trips to Kenton, and Van Wert. Phil, Cam, Jean, and Andrea hope that you all use your talents in the future and we wish you the best of luck. Winners of the Scholastic Bowl ore: Philip Allen, Comeron Nelson, Jean Baughman, and Andrea Traster Academics 9596 Academics Condids97Behind the Scenes Most of us don't realize all of the people who work "behind the scenes" at the school. Many of these individuals are rarely seen, but play an important part in the functioning of the school. The board of Educations primary functions are to hire and release new teachers, to appropriate money for new equipment, and to approve salaries. Their dedicated hours have insured a prosperous future for both students and faculty. At right: Mr. Gene Fries, Superintendent of Ada Exempted Village Schools. At right: Mr Phillip Roudebush, High School Principal. Above: Board of Education: Nancy Allison, Joe Saltzman, Ron Fleming, Joonne Kindle, and William Robinson. 98 AdministrationAt left: Secretaries: Betty Quattrocchi, Maxine McBride, and Jackie Kent. Peggy Davis, Guidance Counselor Marion Johansen, School Nurse Janet Klinger, Secretary Administration 99FACULTY Kent Baker I Tiffany Boase Margaret Bozarth Joyce Busch Julie Chorovich Lyn Davis Tom Dearth Buddy Feeser At Right: Miss Chorovich relaxes by a tree. 100 FacultyAt right: Did you hear what he just said? Dean McDowell Dave McFarland Elizabeth Meyer-Eley Robert Minto Foculty 101Tracey Morgan Kevin Neff Myrna Neff Arthur Norberg Ann Sale Jean Sleeseman Robert Sperling Pat Traster 102 FacultyCan you guess who? Mr. Feeser Mr. Lusk Mr. Norberg Mrs. Morgan Mrs. Dovis Mrs. Meyer-Eley Mr. Baker Mrs. Boase Mr. Hawkins Mr. Neff Mrs. Knoble Mr. Wagner Mr. Sperling Mrs. Bozarth Miss Chorovich Mrs. Neff Faculty 103Always there and The bus drivers, cooks, and custodians are always here and ready to perform their job, but usually don't receive the recognition they deserve. The bus drivers, always up early in the morning to go out on their routes and pick up the students. They manage to make it through the good and bad days. No matter what, they're always there. The cooks are constantly busy stiring up tasty meals for lunch. As we go down the halls before noon we can always smell the aroma of different foods from the cafeteria. If you peak in before lunch you might see them scurrying around, but you can always count on smiles. The custodians are usually somewhere around to help us get into those locked doors or clean up something that we may have spilled. They may often be hard to find, but you have to say they do a pretty good job. Willing Top Right. Mr. Music sits and relaxes. Center Right: Custodians: Bob Shields, Harold Music, Earl Baughman, Max Klingler, Arden Crawford, and Jack Williams. Bottom Left: Bus Drivers: (L to R) Front Row: Nancy Wagner, Nancy Carmean, Judy Williams, Back Row: Bev Spar, Candy Ferrante, Janice Dearth, Sam Tong, and Max Klingler. Bottom Right: The real Earl shines through. 104 Bus Drivers, Cooks, and CustodiansAbove: Mrs McBride mokes final touches on clean up Above Mrs. Hathaway prepares to make something. Bus Drivers, Cooks, and Custodians 105Ted Alexander James Andrade Darla Battles Ron Bell Joe Bruskotter Valarie Burris Larry Castle Leslie Castle Rick Chamberlain Matt Cole Lindy Dickson Cyndee Dye Laurie Epley Kent Everhart Patti Fleming Sharon Gibson David Girardot Karen Graber Ted Griffith David Guidebeck Dorothy Hakin Drew Heister Sue Inmon Luke Johansen Phil Justice Bill Keller David Keller Chuck Liebrecht Phillip Manns Brent Meyer Jennifer Minich Derek Moore Wendy Morrell Scott Mullins Tammi Mumaugh ' ;. Juniors 106 JuniorsKim Pederson Shelly Pitts Gory Reese Kern Reiter Clint Rex Colin Reynolds Gina Rinaldi Mark Rohrer Mark Ryan Chnssi Sanders Megan Shult Alan Simon Sandra Stahl Susan Stahl Steve Sousley Junior class officers: Megan Shult, Deeann Turner, Jennifer Mimch, and Susan Stahl. Juniors Juniors 107Misti Troucht Deniese Treen Troy Treen Deeonn Turner Jeff Vermillion David Ward Traci Weihrauch Keven Weller Rodney Williams Sherri Wince Above: Mr. Lusk's Chem class hard at work? Juniors 08 JuniorsSteve Adams David Anthony Chris Barga Sabori Bhattacharya Joe Campoli Monica Chambers Tracie Clemons Shelly Clum Le Ann Compton Rob Counts Amy Curtis Jenny Dearth Jodi Dearth Chris Doner George Downing Kalin Dyer Jill Epley Erica Erickson John Fisher Shawn Fisher Patty Fleming Brian Fletcher Scott Gonder Peg Gordon Cindy Gossell Michele Hall Mike Hartman Deyonka Holbrook Candy Howard Andy Keller Teresa Kiggins Matt Klingler Tammy Lawrence Debbie Lawrence Chris Long Sophomores Sophomores 109Vicki Loop Mike Manley Tony Marshall Scott Me Cleese Sherri Me Coy Rachel Meyer Rob Mosley Mindy Murphy Daran Neff Daryl Neff Linda Oates Jamie Patton Drew Peltier Becky Ramsey Kevin Rex Davie Rhoades Brian Robinson Todd Robinson Amy Shroyer Ryan Simon Above: Sophomore class officers: Lee Ann Compton, Cindy Gossell, and Candy Howard. Sophomores 110 SophomoresTammy Sizemore Angie Smith r Stephanie Staley Brian Stull Gordin Walls Debra West Jason Wildman Tom Williams Shari Wyss Above: Amy Shroyer, Amy Curtis, and Deyonka Hoolbrook hard at work during the winter picture day. At left: Tom Williams, Tim Weller and Brian Stull welcome a new student, "Skelly". Sophomores Sophomores HIRachel Acri Leslie Allen Hilda Andrade Beth Badertscher Holly Beckley David Bitler Tony Boutwell Lance Brown Chad Brubaker Buddy Bryant David Bryant Andrea Campoli Todd Cockrell Darren Conley Jay Cotten Michael Crouse Ernie Daugherty Tim Downing Michael Dunbar Jamie Dunn Brent Dye Stacy Dye Nicole Epley Tonya Everhart Jodi Farrington Karen Faulkner Chanda Fitzpatrick Misti Fleming Cheryl Forcey Holly Fries Stephanie Garardot Coleen Griffin Kristine Hanratty Bryan Hayter Bonnie Jones Freshmen 112 FreshmenFreshmen At Left: Geri Kipker hard at work Georgia Kipker Jason Kipker John Kipker Don Lawrence Brian Lee Mern Lissner Shawn Mac Eachen Chris Manley Bart Meyers Kevin Moser Mark Music Tim Neubauer Angie Newland Lisa Park Marc Paugh Le Ann Plaugher Brad Pope Lynn Preston Heother Price Nick Prueter Freshmen 113Michael Reed John Reese Martha Reese Virginia Reichenbach Cindy Reigle Valerie Reissig Ann Reitz David Robey Eric Robirds Eric Rudasill Amy Simmons Jody Spangler Jason Stavenger Shanda Strayer Troy Thacker Above: Help! Let me go! At right: Freshmen Class officers: Angie Newland, and Kevin Moser. Freshmen I 14 FreshmenScott Thede Eric Turner Brian Williams Ken J Williams Ken R Williams 8th Grade Paul Allen Scott Anspach Jeanine Atkinson Linda Barker David Baughman Amy Binkley Mark Bridges Stacy Brown Ryan Bucher Jason Carey Heather Castle Matt Conkling Randy Crouse Brian Dalton Amber Dearth Colby Dearth Stephanie Dickson Chris Devore Keith Everhart Sharon Guy 8th Grade 8th Grade 115Jennifer Honrotty Matt Heister Troy Hazelton Eric Hinderliter Peter King Danielle Kratzer Rena Lawrence Rob Lemin Tracie Lewis Wendy McCoy Brian Madison Paige Murphy Jim Neiswander Mark Nelson Christine Oakes At right: 8th grade class officers: Tracie Lewis, Robbie Stanfield, and Keith Everhart 8th Grade 116 8th GradeAbove: Scott Anspoch takes a study break. 8th Grade % 8th Grade 117Josie Aronhalt Amy Acri Stacey Acri Todd Allen Virginia Amos Tony Archer Brian Badertscher Darrell Bell Lisa Beanblossom David Benson Dawn Brite Kevin Brown Brian Brubaker Bobby Brush Steven Burris Bonnie Bryant Julie Carpenter Robbie Chandler Nikki Conley Natalie Curtis Above: 7th grade class officers: Hans Strayer, Melissa Williams and Ryan Williams. 118 7th Grade 7th GradeAt Left: Miss Glovinsky helps a group of 7th grade boys with their homework Corn Dearth Debbie Deringer Brian Dodge Tim Donegan Mathew Earl Wendy Epley Travis Evans Loretta Flarita Jennifer Guidebeck Michelle Hall Jennifer Hawkins Shannon Hazelton Vaughn Hopson Jennifer Hovis Daniel Hruschka Joey Hull Michelle Hurst Linda Kidd Terry Kilfian Rodney Klingler 7th Grade 7th Grade 119Shane Klingler Nicky Krummery Clifford Maier Tammy Marshall Jason Me Clain Misty Miller Angie Mumaugh Amy Mumma Cindy Nelson Tanya Nelson Alex Niekomp Matt Pelger Kelly Podojil Amy Poe Amy Reese Tammy Riegel Joel Reissig Donald Robey Ronald Robinette Shannon Romick Stephen Ruasill Lon Scott Elizabeth Seagrave Cheryl Shirk Christine Spangler Nick Stoodt Hans Strayer Nancy Tidd Marshall Traster Jill Turner Todd Van Atta Shawn Vermillion Craig Ward Thereso Weaver Amy Wells 7th Grade 120 7th GradeMatt Wilch Tommie Wilcox Jennifer Wilkerson Kelly Williams Melissa Williams Ryan Williams Scott Williams Doug Wire Shannon Wireman Jason Wolke Mr. Me Farland captures the attention of his students. 7th Grade 7th Grade 121123Varsity Football Row I (left to right) B Williams, J. Kipker, T. Klingler, D Winegradner, C. Bitler, M Staley, R Shields, D. Gonder, J Amburgey, J. Saltzman, K. C. Yamamoto, M. Paugh Row 2 (left to right) J. Spangler, J. Andrade, G. Wright, T Williams, J. Bruskotter, A. Simon M Ryan, J. R. Neuenschwander, S. Mullins M. Rohrer, J. Patton, K. Williams, S. MacEa chen, C. Minich, J. Nimich, Coach McFar land. Row 3 (left to right) Coach Hay Coach Fame, J. Stavenger, P. Justus, B. Kel ler, C. Rex, J. Wildman, R. Williams, B Meyer, B. Stull, J. Conley, M Cole, L. Castle, D. Guidebeck, T. Robinson, B. Meyer, L. Brown, T. Downing, A. Castle, Not Pictured Coach Wright. High School Marching Band Row I (left to right) S. Strayer, C. Fitzpatrick, C. Willeke, D. Neff, C Barga, C. Wire, R. Crouse, C. Nelson, A Traster, D. Rhoades, A. Keller, L. Compton, C. Sanders. Row 2 (left to right) K. Faulkner, S. Bha-tacharya, N. Epley, C. Long, C B rubaker, M. Shultz, K. Hanratty, S. Shull, L. Dickson, P. Cheney, P Allen, T. Griffith, D. Keller, T. 124 Groups Thacker, E. Robirds, M. Crouse. Row 3 (left to right) L. Allen, L. Plaugher, B Bo-dertscher, A. Simmons, K Reiter, L. Oates, S. Dye, T. Nellis, H. Price, K. Moser, A. Reotz, V. Loop, M. Murphy, A. Shroyer, S. Wright, L. Knoble, D. McDowell. Row 4 (left to right) D. Heister, K. Rex, J. Wauben, J. Kipker, S. Wince, T. Dearth, A Newland, S. Gonder, D. Wolfley, S. Fisher, C. Forcey, H. Beckley, C. Griffin, P. Gordon Row 5 (left to right) M. Klingler, S. Wyss, B. Ramsey, S. Pitts, B Fletcher, H. Fries, S. Theede, A. Curtis, J. Baughman, D. Girardot, J. Davis, J. Farington, E. Turner, D. West, L. Johansen, R Meyer, C. Gossel, L. Smith, and D. Turner.Flag Corps Row 1 (left to right) H. Fries, S. Pitts, S. Wyss, A. Curtis. Row 2 (left to right) D. Turner, J. Farington, Captain J. Davis, M Chambers, L. Smith. Row 3 (left to right) D. West and R Meyer Drum Maior Andrea Traster Majorette Chrissi Sanders Seventh Grade Volleyball Row 1 (left to right) A. Mummaugh, N. Crummery, A. Poe, S. Hazzleton, Row 2 (left to right) B. Young, L. Scott, E. Sea-grave, A Reese, Row 3 (left to right) C. Dearth, J Hawkins, J. Ahernholt, K. Podijil, J. Hull, T. Nelson, T. Marshall, ond Coach Clum. Groups 125Eighth Grade Volleyball: Row 1: Stephanie Dickson, Karen Scott, Jeanine Atkinson, Rena Lawrence, Beth Siekerman Row 2: Manager Mary Lisner, Chris Oakes, Staci Robinson, Sharon Guy, Teresa Sheilds, Tra-cie Lewis, Amber Dearth, Coach Clum J.V. Volleyball: Row 1: Cheryl Forcy, Beth Badertscher, Nichole Epley, Karen Falkner Row 2: Sharon Gibson, Lindy Dickson, Chanda Fitzpatric, DeNita Wolfly, Becky Ramsey, Cindy Gossell, Coach Morgan Varsity Volleyball: Row I: Dee Wolber, Linda Counts, Vicki Campbell, Laurie Epley Row 2 Beth Young, Sue Stahl, Candy Howard, Sandy Stahl, Wendy Morrell, Coach Morgan 126 GroupsHigh School Choir: Row 1: H. Fries, L. Oates, L. Compton, M Murphy, S. McCoy, D. Wolber, A. Traster, P. Allen, K. Moser, C. Wire, K. Rex, S. Fisher, J. Davis, S. Shull, K. Hanratty, A. Rietz, S. Wright, S. Bhata-charyo Row 2: K. Faulkner, P. Gordon, C. Man ley, A Curtis, S. Wyss, D Turner, S. Clum, R Simon, S. Mullins, T. Thacker, A Keller, B. Game, T. Weirhrauch, J. Dearth, K. Kindle, S. Wince, S. Pitts, P Fleming, A Simion, Row 3: T. Sizemore, T. Dearth, C Willeke, C. Fitzpatric, T. Mumaugh, A Newland, M Chambers, B Ramsey, P Fleming, M. Ryan, A Simion, T. Robinson, D. Keller, E. Daughtery, C. Brubaker, H. Beckley, C. Long, E. Ericson, J. Minich, K Reiter, J. Dearth Row 4: N. Epley, M. Shultz, K. Pederson, J. Baughman, M Fleming, A. Shroyer, L Smith, D. West, C. Gossell, C. Nelson, E. Turner, D. Allen, M. Runser, J. Wauben, D Rhodes, T. Griffith, M. Willeke, V. Campbell, L. Epley, M Hogeboom, R Meyer, B. Young, L. Plaugher, C. Oates, Director Mrs. Knoble Varsity Singers: Row 1: Lisa Smith, Holly Fries, Jill Davis Row 2: Mrs. Knoble, Eric Turner, Star Wright, Rae Meyer, Kevin Rex Row 3: Chad Brubaker, Ann Reitz, Troy Thacker, Le Ann Compton, Dee Wolber, Kevin Moser, Sabon Bhatacharya Row 4 Shawn Fisher, Linda Oates, Cam Nelson, Kristine Hanratty, Todd Robinson Row 5: Steph Shull, Andrea Traster, Row 6: Phil Allen, Joe Wauben Groups 127Jr. High Band: Row I: (L to R) S. West, H. Castle, J. Smith, S. Robinson, J. Wilkerson, J. Guidebeck, J. Hull, M. Miller, R. Wyss, Director Mr. McDowell Row 2: (L to R) E. Seagrave, J. Turner, A. Wells, S. Acri, J. Hawkins, L. Beaublossom, K. Podojil, S. Ha-zelton, L. Tidd, Row 3: (L to R) J. Carpenter, C. Oakes, J. Hanratty, S. Guy, J. Simon, K. Spallinger, C. Nelson, L. Scott, P. Murphy, Row 4: (L to R) L. Barker, D. Kratzer, M. Hiester, P. King, J. Neiswander, M Nelson, N. Krummery, D. Benson, A. Reese, Row 5: (L to R) M. Sanders, B. Siekerman, R. Lawrence, C. Dearth, S. Wright, A Dearth, J. Atkinson, B. Brubaker Row 6: (L to R) A. Mumaugh, H. Strayer, B. Young, K. Maier, B. Rayl, E. Hinderliter, D. Hruschka, D Bnte J. Hovis Row 7: (L to R) S. Rudasill, N. Curtis R. Bucher, B. Madison, B. Badertscher, S Romick, C. Ward, A. Acri, Row 8: (L to R) T Nelson, R. Crouse, T. Lewis, J. Wolke. S Vermillion, R. Chandler, B. Walton, M. Tras ter Jr. High Choir: Row I: (L to R) S. Acri, J. Turner, J. Simon, S West, J. Smith, C. Ward, T Allen, D. Benson, H. Strayer, B. Brubaker, J. Wilkerson, K. Spallinger, M. Miller, K. Williams, R. Wyss, A. Acri, S. Hazelton Row 2 (L to R) C. Nelson, M. Williams, B. Long, A. Binkley, L. Florida, L. Barker, B. Badertscher, C. Robinette, N. Stoodt, T. Hazelton, M. Hiester, R. Lawrence, D. Der-128 Groups mger, E. Brite, C. Dearth, N. Krummrey, L. Beanblossom, Row 3: (L to R) A. Wells, A Reese, K. Podojil, L. Scott, D. Kratzer, K. Spangler, B Rayl, A. Mumaugh, D. Robey, M. Traster, M. Conkling, D. Hruschka, T. VanAtta, J. Aronhalt, A. Mumma, T. Nelson, E Seagrave, A. Dearth, T. Weaver, J. Hawkins, Row 4: (L to R) J. Hanratty, H. Castle, T. Lewis, S. Guy, B. Siekerman, T. Shields, C. Oakes, L. Kidd, R Stanfield, R Chandler, S. Wright, J. Neiswander, P. Al len, M. Nelson, M. Pelger, S. Brown, S. Dick son, W. McCoy, J Hull, S. Shirk, J. Hovis, M Sanders, S. Robinson, M. Hall, Director Mrs KnobleAt Top Seventh Grade Cheerleaders: Melissa Williams, Jill Turner, Michelle Hurst, Kelly Williams, Top: Rochelle Wyss Middle Left Eighth Grade Cheerleaders: Jenifer Hanratty, Jenifer Smith, Danielle Kratzer, Jenny Simon, Top: Sara West Middle Right Freshman Cheerleaders: Gen Kipker, Kristine Hanratty, Andi Campoli, Christine Manley At Bottom J.V. and Varsity Cheerleaders: Row 1: Jodi Fcrington, Shelly Pitts, Angie Newland, Stacia Fisher, Deb West, Chnssy Sanders, Amy Simions Row 2: Shan Wyss, Holly Fries, Lisa Smith, Dee Ann T urner, Co-leen GriffinVarsity Boys Basketball: (L to R) John Am burgy, K.C. Yamamoto, Marc Staley, Eric Turner, Larry Castle, Mike Runser, Joe Wauben, Dan Allen, Ted Griffith, Mike Wil-leke, Jerry Saltzman and Joe Campoli In Front: Coach Fries and Coach Baker Varsity Girls Basketball: (L to R) Bonnie Jones, Carla Willeke, Vickie Campbell, Sue Stahl, Cindy Gossel, Sharon Gibson, Sandy Stahl, Laurie Epley, Monica Chambers, Becky Ramsey, and Hilda Andrede J.V. Boys Basketball: (L to R) Tony Boutwell, Matt Klingler, Phil Manns, Brian Lee, Eric Turner, Larry Castle, Dan Allen, Todd Rob inson, J.R Neuenschwander, Rob Counts, and Ryan Simion In Front: Coach Baker J.V. Girls Basketball: (L to R) Sherri Wince, Hilda Andrade, Bonnie Jones, Mindy Murphy, Becky Ramsey, Rachel Acri, DeNito Wolfly, Monica Chambers, Patti Fleming, Jenifer Minich, and Lesley Allen In Front: Coach McConnell 130 GroupsFreshman Boys Basketball: (L to R) Manager Bruce Williams, Brent Dye, Nick Prueter, Ernie Daugherty, Mike Reed, Mark Music, Aaron Castle, Don Lawrence, Jay Cotton, Tim Neubauer, Kenny Williams, Eric Rudasill, Todd Cockerell, In Front: Coach Motter Eighth Grade Boys Basketball: Row I: Troy Hazelton, Rob Lemm, Nick Wolf, Jason Carey, Ryan Bucher, Matt Conkling, Eric Hinderliter Row 2: Coach Hawkins, Brian Dalton, Brian Price, Mark Nelson, Paul Allen, Keith Everhart, Scott Anspach, Jeff Smith, Scott Wright Front: Jason Hawkins and Keith Conkling Seventh Grade Boys Basketball: Front: Vonn Hopson, Brian Badacher, Hans Stray-er, Tony Archer, Ray Emlinger, Bobby Brush, Matt Wilch, Manager Todd Bucher Back: Coach Feilds, Jason Willeke, Marshal Traster, Steve Burris, Ryan Williams, Matt Pleger, Todd VanAtta, Robbie Chandler Eighth Grade Girls Basketball: Front: Shelly Scott, Paige Murphy, Missy Sanders, Karen Scott, Back: Rene Lawrence, Teresa Sheilds, Sharon Guy, Tracie Lewis, Wendy McCoy, Heather Castle Seventh Grade Girls Basketball: Front: Cindy Nelson, Misty Miller, Cory Dearth, Tammy Marshal, Nichole Conley, Angie Mumagh, Amy Poe Back: Loretta Florida, Christy Spangler, Nancy Tidd, Cheryl Shirk, Joey Hall, Teresa Weaver, Amy Reese, Jenifer Hovis, Beth Young Groups 131Varsity Baseball: Row 1: D. Lawrence, J. Stavenger, J. Cotton, B Williams, T. Cockerell, T. Marshal, S. MacEachen, B. Dye Row 2. Coach Newland, R. Simon, T. Wil- liams, M. Paugh, R. Williams, K. Willaims, T Boutwell, Coach Fries Row 3: M. Music, B Lee, J. Andrade, C. Nelson, J. Neuensch-wander, K. Everhart, M. Willeke Row 4: B. Stull, E. Turner, M. Runser, T. Griffith, D Allen, E. Castle Varsity Boys Track: Row 1: Ernie Daugherty, Mike Dunbar, Alan Simon, Jerry Saltz-man, Nick Pruter Row 2: John Amburgy, Rob Sheilds, Todd Klmgler, K.C. Yomamoto Row 3: Coach Baker, Rob Counts, Phil Manns, Marc Staley, Bill Keller, and Brent Meyer Varsity Girts Track: Row I: V. Reissig, T. Mumaugh, L. Counts, L. Dickson, P. Fleming Row 2: C. Minich, J. Minich, H. Saffel, D. Turner, H. Beckley, N. Epley, Row 3: Coach McConnell, C. Howard, S. Stahl, D. West, L. Epley, and S. Wince 132 Groups133FAMILY PRIDE IGA "We are the service people" 935 S. Main Ada, Ohio Party Trays and Cakes to 634-4881 order from our fresh bakery 134 Ohio Northern University invites you to explore the possibility of having your organization's next "main event” on our campus. McIntosh Center in combination with other campus facilities offers a versatile location for any conference. Excellence in Business Interiors company 120 S. Main 128 W. Columbus Kenton Bellefontaine - STATION HOUSE 135 ONU BOOKSTORE Books and school supplies available to all levels of education Located in McIntosh Student Center 772-2410 MILLER'S DRY CLEANING 1002 Bellfontaine Street Wapokeneta, Ohio 45895 738-3551 GOODLUCK SENIORS!! — k Anbersort All Typos of Photography Wedding - Studio - Outdoor Variety of Finishes Canvas - Textured - Smooth Framing and Matting DOUGLAS ANDERSON (419) 222-7283 516 N. Cable Rd. 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