Adams Central High School - Cen Trails Yearbook (Monroe, IN)
- Class of 1959
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i ' l t 1 ' t ' ■ - I : I ; 5 »■ t CEN-TMIS Adams Central School Volume 10 Monroe, Ind. 1959 Opening Academic People Sports Organizations Advertising 2 What Do Centralites Do? Come with us on a tour to see what Centralites do. We will show you who Centralites are, how they learn, and the fun they have. We will look in on clubs and other activities such as an¬ nual and newspaper staffs. Our academic section shows how classroom activity goes on. You will see students participate in sports and other activities. Social life will be reviewed and of course, you will meet us, Centralites. Open house, in addition to our yearbook, gives parents and friends a closer view of the school at work and thus, they become better acquainted with our educational system. We are proud to live in an ever progressing community; one that is interested in us as students as well as citizens. Thus you will see what Centralites do. 3 Most Central students start out each day by riding the school bus from home to school. Confabs, Intermissions, Lunch Lines The study hall at noon pro¬ vides a place for study or just passing time. Hungry students wait patiently in the long limch line. This is a very familiar sight. 4 A large group almost always as¬ sembles at the bulletin board at noon. Students discirss up to the minute topics which appear on the board. Illustrate Everyday Routine A familiar sight between classes is the msh of students from one room to another. Among the fashion notes of Central teenagers were different styles of hairdos including DA ' s, ponytails, and flattops. Knee-high bobby socks and Bermuda socks were popularized by the girls worn with flats, loafers, rock ' n roll, or saddle shoes. Sweat shirts with Greyhounds printed on the front rated high with the freshmen through seniors. Other sights were the between classes rush, students crowded at lockers, and the long lunch line. The lockers are a frequent meet¬ ing place where students discuss ball games and dates. 5 The St. Luke ' s Evangelical and Reformed Church is one of the many churches in the commimity which is attended by Central stu¬ dents. Janice Liechty and Lois Steury give curb service at a local drive- in restaurant. Church Youth Groups, Jobs, and Elementary and high school stu¬ dents alike enjoyed the hula hoop. Joan Yoder demonstrates at her home. 6 A typical scene where partygoers " linger awhile " is the table with many good things to eat. Sue Pageler, Maran Zimmerman, and Marcia Zimmerman chat over refreshments at the party. Outside of school activities, some Centralites have jobs at local business establishments. Attending church and working with church youth groups occupy some of the students’ time. Centralites also enjoy going to and giving parties with friends. A steady couple, Dave Isch and Sue Pageler, enjoy the surroundings of Carol, David, and Joyce Haggard ' s party. Parties Occupy Leisure Time David Haggard, Junior Isch, and other guests take out a few mo¬ ments for Coke and 7-Up. 7 i CEN-TRAILS KING AND QUEEN ' S COURT--Arlene Zimmerman, Alan Habegger, Mary Dick, Max Egley, Larry Zurcher, crownbearer. Queen, Carol Haggard, King, Tom Heyerly, Barbara Miller, flower girl, Jeannie Smith, Larry Foreman, Wanda Neuenschwander, Dave Isch. Special Occasions Rate Barbara Miller carried the roses and Larry Zurcher carried the crown. A very big event of the year was the crowning of seniors Carol Haggard, Queen and Tom Heyerly, King of the student body. 8 The crowning of the king and queen highlighted the A. C. " -Berne ball game. Candidates for the crown paraded across the gym floor under the light of a spotlight ... in dark surroundings. The crowning took place on the stage decorated with a spruce-covered arbor and red poinsettias. The first eight grades helped lighten the holi¬ day season when they presented the P.T.A. Christ¬ mas program. The Sunshine sweetheart banquet was held Valentines Day in the school cafeteria. On this occasion girls invited their dates and dressed for¬ mally. Entertainment was provided by Miss Irene Myers who has traveled all over the world. In the grade school Christmas program some of the students decorate a large Christmas card (above) and also worship the Christ Child (below). High with Centralites Sunshine girls and their dates attend the Sun¬ shine sweetheart banquet held Valentines Day in the school cafeteria. The head table--Carol Heller, Glen Stucky, Mrs. Stucky, Reggie Welch, Duane Arnold, and Rosalyn Mishler watch as Carmen Quinones translates English words to Latin. Latin and English Provide Many Centralites enrolled in English and Latin this year. Latin students, under the instruction of Mrs. Stucky, enjoyed many interesting discussions. Translating held new interests for each mem¬ ber of the class. Mr. Sprunger ' s English Class studied ex¬ pression through writing, sentence structure, and vocabulary. Mr. Sprunger, Mr. Shoup, and Miss Beavers taught English 9, 10, and 11 respectively. Mr, Sprunger shows Jerry Gerber the correct way to spell a word. Marvin Mann asks Mr. Sprunger a question about verb usage. Susan Helmrich, Judy Bercot, and Dennis Arnold profit from his answer. 10 i Firm Foundations for Business Courses Kathleen Adler, Phyllis Biberstein, Linda Reber, and Brenda Sommer do work in filing while Mrs. Arch- bold stands by to check their work. Business education courses include typing, office practice, bookkeeping, and shorthand. These classes open the doors to r any profitable positions in dif¬ ferent lines of work. Teaching these courses are Mr. Miller, general business; Mrs. Archbold, shorthand, bookkeeping, and office practice; Mr. Fruth, typing; and Mr, Frantz, bookkeeping. Mr. Fruth shows Larry Habegger the correct form for typing a manuscript. Mrs. Archbold explains to John Sommer, Carol McKean, and Den¬ nis Fuelling the correct procedure for completing the general journal. 11 A Bill Kohli, David Hamilton, Mervin Parrish, and Jerry Rowden do mechanical drawing in Mr. Collier ' s freshman shop class. Vocational Courses " Learning by doing " makes voca¬ tional classes some of the more in¬ teresting subjects. Homemaking is interesting and rewarding as we learn better ways to sew, cook, arrange homes, and care for children. The enthusiasm displayed in agri¬ cultural classes shows us " How to keep them down on the farm " by the study of soil and crop and livestock man¬ agement. Farm shop adds a knowledge of how to use spare time on the farm. Rosanne Lautzenheiser, Susan Frank, and Becky Collins prepare the in¬ gredients for a cobbler while Mrs. Neilsen helps Jane Jennings with the filling in the eighth grade home ec. class. Mr. Watso n, agriculture instmctor, gives pointers to Gary Workinger, Ronnie Schwartz, John Ross, and Forest Strickler on swine judging. 12 Students in Mrs. Archbold ' s freshman physical education class do exercises as a warm-up before the game of basketball they will play. Essential in Modern Era The ability to get along as a team is not an easy task, but at A.C.H.S. we have an opportunity to learn through our well- developed physical education classes. The freshman and sophomore boys and girls are enrolled in a required physical education class while the upperclassmen keep active with intramural sports. At the head of the physical education classes are Mr. Fruth, Mr. Miller, Mr. Archbold, and Mr. Stork. Our driver ' s training classes help us to be skillful, courteous drivers, and teach us how to operate a car. Mr. Stork teaches driver ' s education. Dian Baumgartner, Carolyn Yake, Denny Mertz, and Ron Maines listen as Mr. Stork explains the function of each part of the car in driver ' s training class. 13 J Palmer Urick, Lana McBride, Jack Wulliman, and Sandy Sanders of the eleventh grade chemistry class learn from Mr. Allspaw ' s explana¬ tion the process of water distilla¬ tion. Valences, Theories Test Mental Abilities Mr. Watson asks Julie Sanders and Janice Ringger to name some of the leaves of Indiana in the freshman biology class. Biology classes, made up of fresh¬ men, collected insects and disected fish and grasshoppers. Mr. Watson and Mr. Stork headed these classes. Chemistry class, taught by Mr, Allspaw, experimented with many dif¬ ferent acids and gases and also learned to formulate and balance equations. 14 Diana Kershner, Arlen Gerber, and Carolyn Andrews watch as Mr. Haggard locates on the map a country which the world history class is studying. Social Studies Make for Better Citizenship History is a ceaselessly flowing stream, ever widening and deepening its course. History includes the survey of the whole life of man in the past, as revealed by documents, archeological relics, and all other " sources " which may have shed light on history Two groups of social studies include history, the science of the way people act, and government, the study of making rules and providing services that help people live together. Sophomores were instructed in history by Mr. Sprunger, Mr. Haggard, and Mr. Shoup. Mr. Shoup also taught government and sociology to seniors. Mr. Shoup explains initiative and referendum to Evan Yoder, Olin Moeschberger, Carol Helmrich, and Georgianna Essex of the senior government class by means of an illustration on the board. The fifth grade instrumental class listens as Mr. Don Gerig, instructor, tells them how to count time. Training such as this helps in music organizations in high school. Music, Art Develop Poise, Self-expression Irene Merriman and David Haggard use a straight edge to draw stenciled letters while Mr. Feasel shows Jeanne Kaehr some dif¬ ferent color combinations. Art and music provide appreciation and new interest to Centralites. These are subjects which you can take with you after graduation. The ability to create artistic de¬ signs gives a person the satisfaction of using his own skills. Teaching art is Mr. Feasel. Music students also have active schedules with band and chorus. Mr. Don Gerig and Mr. Leon Gerig are the directors of this department. 16 Jim Bilderback proves to Miss Beavers and Joy Yoder in geometry class that line CD is parallel to line AB. Alice Steiner tells Ronnie Zimmer¬ man, Joe Cancilla, and Barbara Carver how she got the answer to her first year algebra problem. Theorems, Equations Wrestle Mental Aptitudes Directed by Amzie Miller and Miss Lucile Beavers, the freshman class chose either algebra or general mathematics. Miss Beavers led the sophomores through a very interesting course in geometry. Advanced algebra, a required course for college math majors, was offered to interested juniors and seniors. Olin Moeschberger from the advanced algebra class agrees that making the x ' s and y ' s add up is not always easy. Miss Beavers, teacher, checks a piece of work which he has just finished. 17 ARE CENTRALITES? SCHOOL BOARD--Sylvan Sprunger, Evan Yake, Clark Smith, Harold Schwartz, Robert Gay, Theodore Hel¬ ler, Verl Lautzenheiser. Administration Provides for Our Education Secnetan ta Sccfi encHteKctcHt Right--Mary Bahner Left--Flo Brandt ScifiencHtcHdcHt Left--Gail Grabill SufrencHtendeHt Right--Hugh Tate P.T.A. OFFICERS--Earl Harmon, Pres., Mrs. Elmer Beer, V. Pres., Mrs. Max Ogg, Sec., Loris Rich, Treas. Central grade students enjoy a P.T.A. meeting where a seeing- eye dog and his master are spe¬ cial guests. P. T. A. in Action The P.T.A. chili supper attracted many Adams Central patrons. The supper was held before the Monroe- ville--A.C. basketball game. 20 To the students of Adams Central: Today is yours to do with what you will. Today at Central will lay the fou n¬ dation of all your tomorrows. What you do today determines your happiness in all those tomorrows. I hope you have learned many things in the art of living. In addition to your as¬ signments, 1 hope you have learned to be a little more kind and thoughtful of others-- to be cheerful and enthusiastic--and that happiness grows a little more each time it is divided with others. If you have learned this, even in a small measure, the year 1958-59 has been a success. May the best of everything be yours. Herman E. Frantz Principal, Mr. Herman Frantz Mr. Frantz, in addition to being principal, teaches bookkeep¬ ing. He has studied at Manchester College where he received an A.B. degree. He also received training at Colorado Uni¬ versity and Indiana University where he acquired an M.A. de¬ gree. Student Council Practices Democracy STUDENT COUNCIL--Garry Barger, Judy Arnold, Sandy Strickler, Darrell Maitlen, Larry Foreman, V. Pres., Mr. Frantz, Adviser, Bill Hoff¬ man, Pres., Jeanne Kaehr, Sec., Duane Arnold, Wanda Neuenschwander, Donald Decker. ELOISE LEISTNER Mrs. Leistner studied at Indiana Central and Bowling Green Uni¬ versity. She also received a B.S. from Ball State. She teaches one of the first grades at Central. NAOMI GRIFFITHS Studying at Ball State, Manches¬ ter College, and Purdue and In¬ diana Extensions Mrs. Griffiths holds a B.S. She teaches the first grade. Teachers Make School Interesting MARTHA HABEGGER Mrs. Habegger teaches the first grade. She has studied at Ball State and Purdue Extension and received her B.S. at Capital University. She has completed 5 years at Central. FRANCES BEATY Having graduated from Madam Blaker College, Mrs. Beaty is now affiliated with Butler College and is taking work towards a B.S. at Ball State. She teaches the second grade. MARY EGLEY Studying at Manchester Col¬ lege and Huntington Col¬ lege, Mrs. Egley teaches the second grade. ELAINE HABEGGER Miss Habegger, second grade teacher, trained at Ball State where she received her B.S. She has taught 1 2 year at Central. 22 VEDA HAGGARD Mrs. Haggard studied at Tri-State and received her B.S. from St. Francis College. She teaches one class of the third grade. for Elementary MARGARET KUHN Receiving an A.B. at Alma Col¬ lege Mrs. Kuhn also attended In¬ diana University and Ball State. She teaches one fourth grade sec¬ tion. DELORES BYERLY HARRIET MILLS Grades KENNETH WATKINS A B.S. from Anderson Col¬ lege is held by Mr. Watkins who also studied at Wofford College. He teaches one fifth grade class and co¬ sponsors the Archery Club. ELMER EHRSAM Mr. Ehrsam, in his ninth year at Central, teaches the fifth grade. He received his education at Indiana State Teacher ' s College and Ball State. He holds a B.S. degree. Mrs. Byerly received her education at Manchester College, St. Francis, Ball State, Indiana University and her B.S. from Purdue University. She teaches the fourth grade. Studying at Ball State, I.U. Ex¬ tension and Teacher ' s College, Mrs. Mills teaches one of the third grades. 23 JOHN EICHENBERGER Graduating from Heidelberg College and receiving his A.B., Mr. Eichenberger also did Work at Butler University, Indiana University, and Ball State. He teaches the fifth and sixth grades in his second year at Central. JAY JOHNSON Mr. Johnson, receiving his B.S. from Canterbury College, also studied at Central Normal Col¬ lege. In his fourth year at Central he teaches the sixth grade. Showing Us How to Study THOMAS ADLER Mr. Adler received his B.S. from Himtington College. He teaches eighth grade math and science and has been at Central for nine years. ROBERT BROWN Mr. Brown received his B.S. at Huntington College. He also attended Manchester College and Indiana University. He teaches junior high history. LEO STRAHM Mr. Strahm, sixth grade teacher, has taught at Monroe and Central since 1940. He received train¬ ing at Central Normal College. He sponsors the safety patrol boys. 24 ROWENA STUCKY With an A.B. from Taylor Uni¬ versity and an M.S. from In¬ diana University Mrs. Stucky also received education at Ball State and Purdue. She teaches Latin and junior high English and spon¬ sors the Sunshine Society. AMZIE MILLER Mr. Miller received his B.S. from Manchester College. He teaches math and physical education. He sponsors the ninth grade, is bas¬ ketball coach, and sponsors other athletic teams. Is the Teachers’ Common Goal. LEON GERIG Mr. Leon Gerig, vocal music in¬ structor, received his education from Fort Wayne Bible College, Arizona State University, and In¬ diana University. He has both A.B. and B.S. degrees and sponsors the Pep Club. DONA VON GERIG Instrumental instructor, Mr. Don Gerig has studied at Taylor Univer¬ sity where he received his B.S., Fort Wayne Bible College, Dodge City Jr. College, Ball State, and Indiana University. He sponsors the four bands. HUBERT FEASEL Teaching art is Mr. Feasel who re ceived his GFA degree at Fort Wayne Art School and a B.S. de¬ gree from Ball State. He sponsors both art and photography clubs. 25 i WANDA ARCHBOLD Teaching shorthand, secretarial training, and girls ' physical edu¬ cation, Mrs. Archbold holds a B.S. degree from Ball State. She co-sponsors the sophomore class. JOHN FRUTH After receiving his B.S. degree at Manchester College, Mr. Fruth also attended I.U. Extension and Ball State. He teaches general business, typing 1, and arithmetic. He co-sponsors the freshman class and is intramural director. They Inspire Initiative; Help Prepare Us LUCILE BEAVERS Miss Beavers teaches mathematics 9-12, English 11, and sponsors the National Honor Society. She studied at Manchester College, Wisconsin University, and she attained an A.B. degree from Indiana University. RICHARD ALLSPAW Mr. Allspaw, chemistry and general science instructor, has a B.S. de¬ gree from Taylor University. He sponsors the tenth grade and the beginning photography club. He has been at Central for one year. RON STORK Teaching Drivers ' Training and biology, Mr. Stork also coaches the junior high basketball team. He received his education at Man¬ chester and has a B.S. degree. 26 HARVEY HAGGARD With his B.S. from Manchester College and studies at Tri-State and Indiana State Normal, Mr. Haggard teaches history 10-11 and general business. He is also in charge of school finances. ROBERT SHOUP Teaching English 10, History 11, and Government 12, Mr. Shoup also is yearbook adviser and spon¬ sors the senior class. He has at¬ tended Ball State and Defiance College, where he obtained his A.B. degree. DONALD SPRUNGER Mr. Sprunger attended Taylor Uni¬ versity and received his A.B. there. He also did graduate work at Western Michigan University. Teaching English and History he also co-sponsors the archery club. for Life ' s Ambitions. JOYCE NIELSEN Graduating from Purdue University Mrs. Nielson has a B.S. degree. She teaches Home Economics 7-12 and sponsors the Rekamemoh Club. DOYLE COLLIER A graduate of Ball State where he received his B.S. degree, Mr. Collier teaches industrial arts 8-12 and sponsors the Rifle Club. MARTIN WATSON Mr. Watson studied at Pur¬ due University, Ball State, Morehead State College, A.B. and University of Kentucky. He is FFA adviser and teaches agri¬ culture 9-12. 27 Keeping the library in order and helping us locate material and books are some of the services of librarians, Inez Merriman, Carol Haggard, Carole Miller, Carol Helmrich, Carolyn Andrews, and Gretchen Pyle. Our Appreciation to Those FRONT ROW: Jack Shoaf, Bruce Mann, Olin Neuenschwander, Brian McCullough; SECOND ROW: Don Hoagland, Marvin Mann, Mike Fuelling, Mervin Maim, and Mike Johnston, patrol boys, make sure Centralites board busses safely. 28 The cooks, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Hoffman, and Mrs. Byerly prepare meat for the day ' s meal. Transporting Centralites to and from school is the job of Lester Adler, Eugene Arnold, Paul Nussbaum, John Genth, Harold Barger, LeRoy Lehman, Harry Kershner, Loris Rich, Bob Bucher, Forest Sprimger, Brice Fisher, James Nussbaum, Rev. Wilson, and Eddie VonGunten. Who Serve Us Well i I i Our custodians, Hugh Landis, Floyd Rupert, and Rev. Vernon Riley help keep school a more pleasant and safe place for us. 29 Carol Haggard.Treas. Tom Heyerly.V. Pres. Max Egley.Pres. Arlene Zimmerman.Sec. Seniors — In September, 1955, numbering in the mid-fifties, we entered Central High and wondered what was lying ahead. Labeled " green freshmen " we bowed to, and carried the books of the mighty seniors. As sophomores in 1956 we sold stationery to start funds for our senior trip. Several parties also high¬ lighted the year. Our junior year kept us busy selling magazines to increase our funds. The class play was much work, but fun for all. The senior year was by far the busiest. Selling concessions and magazines, sponsoring a skating party, and ordering our gowns and invitations held new thrills for each class member. Then came graduation with a solemn note, climaxing four years of fun and hard work. KATHLEEN ADLER--Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Sunshine 3,4; News Staff 4; Ensemble 3,4; Class Play 3; Rekamemoh 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; State Music Contest 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LARRY ANDREWS—De¬ catur High School 1; Intramurals 2,3; Baseball 2,3. Kathleen Adler Larry Andrews 30 Phyllis Biberstein Steve Brandenburg Barbara Arnold with Diploma in Hand, BARBARA ARNOLD--Band 1,2,3,4; V. Pres. 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Trio 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Sec.-Treas. 4; Glee Club 3,4; Sunshine 3,4; V. Pres. 3; Class Sec. 2; Student Council 3; Cen-trails Staff 3,4; Intramurals 2,3. PHYLLIS BIBERSTEIN--Geneva High School 1,2; Intramurals 3; Pep Club 3,4; Rekamemoh 4; Photography Club 3; Art Club 3; Librarian 3; News Staff 4; Sunshine 4; Glee Club 4. STEVE BRANDENBURG--Mt. Clemens High School, Mich. 1,2; Archery Club 4; Class Play 3; Intramurals 3,4. MARY DICK—Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; V. Pres. 4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Rekamemoh 1,2,4; V. Pres. 4; Sunshine 3,4; Treas. 4; Art Club 4; Treas. 4; Chorus 3; V. Pres. 3; Glee Club 3. MAX EG LEY--Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Cross- Country 4; Track 3,4; Student Council 3; Class Pres. 4; Photography Club 3; Pres. 3; Math Club 2,3. Mary Dick Miss Beavers applies paint to Barbara Arnold for Max Egley the Junior play. 31 Alan Habegger Look Forward GEORGIANNA ESSEX--Chorus 3,4; Sunshine 4; Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Glee Club 4. JERRY GERBER— FFA 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, State V. J. Contest 1,2, 3,4, State L. J. Contest 2, District VI Treas. 4; Pep Club 1; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 4; Cen-trails Staff 3,4. DOROTHY GEYER--Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Sunshine 3,4; Glee Club 4; Intramurals 2. ALAN HABEGGER--Basketball 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross-Country 1,2,3,4; Band 1; FFA 1,2; Class Treas. 3; Class Play 3; Rifle Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. lARRY HABEGGER—Pep Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Rifle Club 2,3; Class Play 3. 32 CAROL HAGGARD--Class Treas. 1, Sec. 3, Treas. 4; Student Coun¬ cil 2; Pep Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Treas. 3; Chorus 1,3; Rekamemoh 1,2; Sec. 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Sunshine 3,4; Pres. 4; Queen ' s Court 3; Librarian 4; Cen-trails Staff 3,4. NORMAN HART-- Basketball 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,4; Rifle Club 2,4. CAROL HELM- R1CH--Pep Club 1; Band 1,2,3; Chorus 1,3; Class Play 3; Rekamemoh 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Librarian 4; Cen-trails Staff 4. TOM HEYERLY--Basketball 3,4; Baseball 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Math Contest 1,2; Class Pres. 1; Student Council 2; Class V. Pres. 4; Honor Society 4; V. Pres. 4; FFA 1; Math Club 1,2,3; Rifle Club 2. TERRY HIKE--Intramurals 1,2,3; Athletic Office 3,4; Class Play 3; Rifle Club 4. Norman Hart to the Future, 33 More play cast students get the finish¬ ing touches of make -up before the performance. James Hoffman with Courage, JAMES HOFFMAN--Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Cross-Country 1; FFA 2,4; Math Club 1,2; Class Treas. 2; Algebra Achievement Test 3; English Achievement Test 3; News Staff 2,3; State Music Contest 2,3; Boy ' s Quartet 3; Brass Ensemble 3,4; Honor Society 4. BILL HOFFMAN--Basketball 4; Cross-Country 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; FFA 1,2; Ass ' t. Reporter 2; Class Pres. 3; Math Club 1,2,3; Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Pres. 4; Math Contest 2,3,4; Class V. Pres. 2; In¬ tramurals 1,2,3,4. CLAIR INNIGER--Archery Club 1; Photography Club 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Reporter 4; Ass ' t. V. Pres. 3; Chorus 1,2,3; State L. J. Contest 4; State V. J. Contest 1,2,4; Intramurals 3; Track 3; Cross-Country 1. DAVID ISCH--Honor Society 4; Math Club 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Class V. Pres. 3; News Staff 1,2; Intramurals 1. JOE LAMBERT--FFA 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross- Country 1,2,3,4. Bill Hoffman Clair Inniger David Isch Joe Lambert 34 In the play Fred Mann ponders over his troubles in front of Jay, Evan Yoder, with his sister, Hildred, Inez Merriman, who makes a nuisance of herself. John Lantz JOHN LANTZ--Archery Club 1,2,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Sentinel 3; Intra¬ murals 1,2,3,4; Art Club 3; Cross-Country 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. FRED MANN--Chorus 2,4; V. Pres. 4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 3; Student Manager 4; Archery Club 1,2,3,4; V. Pres. 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; Class Play 3; Cen-trails Staff 4; Intramurals 1,2,4. EVELYN McKEAN-- Class Play 3; Sunshine 3,4; Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Cen-trails Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Art Club 4. INEZ MERRIMAN—Girl ' s Quartet 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Art Club 2,3,4; Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Class Play 3; Librarian 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; State Music Contest 2,3; Art Club Sec.-Treas. 3; Pep Club 1,2. OLIN MOESCHBERGER--Math Club 2,3; Honor Society 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Cen-trails Staff 4; District Math Contest 3,4. Faith, Perseverance, Fred Mann Evelyn McKean Inez Merriman Olin Moeschberger I I 35 Wanda Neuenschwander Sue Pageler Doveanna Nussbaum Shirley Osterman and Hard Work, WANDA NEUENSCHWANDER--Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Sunshine 3,4; Honor Society 4; Sec. 4; Cen-trailsStaff 3,4; Editor 4; News Staff 2; Intramurals 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; Choms 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 4; Girls ' Quartet 2,3; State Music Contest 2,3; Class Sec. 1; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Journalism Institute 3,4. DOVEANNA NUSSBAUM-- Rekamemoh 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Sunshine 3,4; Honor Society 4; News Staff 2,3,4; Intramurals 1; Glee Club 3,4; Ensemble 3,4; Class Play 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Librarian 2; Journalism Institute 4. SHIRLEY OSTERMAN--Band 1,2,3,4; Twirler 1,2,3,4; Student Coun¬ cil 1; News Staff 2,3,4; Editor 3,4; Rekamemoh 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Twirling Contest 2,3,4; Journalism Institute 3,4; School Reporter 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; District English Contest 3; Honor Society 4; Sun¬ shine 3,4. SUE PAGELER--North Side High School 1; Rekamemoh 2,4; Treas. 4; Intramurals 2,3; Glee Club 3; Class Play 3; Cen- trails Staff 4; News Staff 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Art Club 4; Sunshine 3,4. CARMEN QUINONES--Bluffton High School 1,2,3; Art Club 4; Reka¬ memoh 4; Sunshine 4. Carmen Quinones Mr. Sevinsky, a Russian, played by Max Egley, is offered a chair by Mrs. Eldridge, Sue Pageler. 36 Steve Brandenburg and Sue Pageler made up after an argument in the class play. LINDA REBER--Chorus 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Librarian 2,3; Re- kamemoh 1,2; Sunshine 3,4; News Staff 4; Intramurals 1,2,3. ROGER SCHLICKMAN--Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 3; In¬ tramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Pres. 2; V. Pres. 1; Photography Club 3; Honor Society 4; Pep Club 1. BERNARD SHOAF--FFA 1,2,3,4; In¬ tramurals 1; Cen-trails Staff 4. CAROL SHOAF--Art Club 1,4; Sun¬ shine 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3. KAY SINGLETON-- Chorus 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Rekamemoh 1,2; Art Club 3,4; Librarian 1,2; News Staff 4; Cen-trails Staff 4; Sun¬ shine 3,4; Photography Club 3,4; Glee Club 3. Trying to Gain Esteem Roger Schlickman 37 Brenda Sommer Joe Spmnger Mabel Steffen Karen Stultz Each in His Own BRENDA SOMMER--Sunshine 3,4; Rekamemoh 3; Band 2,3,4; Cen¬ tralis Staff 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Brass Quar¬ tet 3,4. JOE SPRUNGER--Band 1,2; Archery Club 3,4; Class Play 3- Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2. MABEL STEFFEN--Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Glee Club 3; Intramurals 1,2; Sunshine 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Art Club 3,4; Pres. 4; Archery Club 1; News Staff 1; Cen-trails Staff 4. KAREN STULTZ--Rekamemoh 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Art Club 3,4; News Staff 2,3,4; Photography Club 3,4; Sunshine 3,4; Class Play 3; Librarian 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANNETTE THO¬ MAS--Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Photography Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Cen-trails Staff 4; Class Play 3; Sunshine 3,4. Annette Thomas is very dramatic as she says, " He ' s gone! Gone, forever! " 38 Several seniors sell pop and ice cream at a home basketball game. Individual Way. Terry Witte TERRY WITTE--Archery Club 3; Honor Society 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2. BERNICE YAGER--Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Rekamemoh 1,2,4; Sunshine 3,4. EVAN YODER Band 2,4; Chorus 4; Cen-trails Staff 2,3,4; Photography Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Pep Club 3; Honor Society 4; Track 1. ARLENE ZIMMERMAN--Cheerleader 4; Class Sec. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Twirler 1,2,3,4; Twirling Contest 2,4; Class Play 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Pres. 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; News Staff 2; Rekamemoh 1,2; Sec. 2; Sunshine 3,4; Art Club 2,3,4; V. Pres. 4. Bernice Yager Evan Yoder Arlene Zimmerman 39 Tim Ringger . . Treas. Lois Steury, V. Pres. Jeannie Smith. . Sec. Loren Habegger. Pres. Skating Party, Magazine Sales Brooks Arnold Twila Arnold Nancy Bercot Garry Bluhm Mabel Bowers Jim Brown Bob Brown Sandra Collins Larry Decker Larry Foreman Dennis Fuelling Jerry Funk Larry Funk Jerry Gerber Philip Gerber Keith Griffiths Loren Habegger Carol Hamilton Bob Hart Madeline Hedington 40 Ted Helmrich John Heyerly Junior Hollinger David Houck John Inniger Russel Jauregui Jeanne Kaehr Joe Longs worth Ron Maines Lana McBride Philip McBride Carol McKean Spark Life for Juniors Denny Mertz Carole Miller Delora Mishler Caroline Myers Doris Myers Gretchen Pyle Tim Ringger Tom Ripley Joan Rupert Sandra Sanders Jerry Schwartz Sidney Schwartz Tony Sharp Dixie Smith Jeannie Smith John Sommer Dick Steiner Lois Steury Sandra Swygart Palmer Urick Jack Wulliman Glen Yager Janis Yoder Marcia Zimmerman 41 Carolyn Andrews Dian Arnold Duane Arnold Onalee Barkely Diana Baumgartner Richard Beard Janet Beer Jim Bilderback Karen Brandt Esther Brehm Rene Brown Karen Bucher Karen Cauble Nancy Christener Julian Cramer Jerry Franz Sophomores Seek Adventure, Allen Freels Arlen Gerber Don Germann Alvin Habegger David Haggard Louetta Hamrick Jane Heyerly Steve Hike Helen Hirschy Jerry Hirschy Linda Hirschy Luanne Hoffman Junior Isch Diana Kershner Diane Kohli John Landis Junior Lantz Janice Liechty Roy Mazelin Danny Michaels Rosalyn Mishler Dwight Moser Max Moser Karen Nussbaum 42 Rosemary Schlickman . . Sec. Jim Bilderback . . V. Pres. Clayton Strickler . Treas. Diane Baumgartner . . Pres. Excitement, and Fun Gene Ratcliff Nancy Raudenbush Kenneth Reed Roger Roth Janet Rupp Rosemary Schlickman Gyneth Schnepp Philip Shoaf Roger Shoaf Nancy Steury Clayton Strickler Sandy Strickler Claude Striker William Stutzman Reggie Welch Gene Wolf Carolyn Yake Joy Yoder Judy Yoder Maran Zimmerman 43 Judy Arnold Bernice Baumgartner Nan Boggess Barbara Brandenburg Diane Cable Joe Cane ill a Barbara Carver Kenneth Cauble Bob Christener Roger Dick Steve Ehrsam John Eicher Marvin Fosnaugh Rose Gerber Richard Habegger Joyce Haggard Dave Hamilton Max Hawkins Emma Heare Merlin Hedington Whirl of High School Bob Heyerly Sam Heyerly Larry Hoffman Jerry Hurst Vincent Huth Arlene Johnson Ronald Kaehr Lloyd Knittle Bill Kohli David Lister Susan Longsworth Deanna Maines Sharon Mattax Linda McClain Barbara McKean 44 Gary McKean Phyllis Meyer Ned Mitchel Marilyn Myers Ron Owens Linda Pageler Leo Parrish Mervin Parrish Ralph Parrish Janice Ringger Jerry Rowden Judy Royer Toni Rupert Julie Sanders Richard Schwartz Donna Shoaf Arvilla Smith Paul Sommer Karlo Stavenik Alice Steiner Diane Stout Sue Strickler Marilyn Stucky Marie Von Gimten Bill Tharp Barbara Tinkham Larry Urick Michael Worthman Steve Yoder Ronald Zimmerman Hits Freshmen Roger Dick.Treas. Joe Cancilla.Sec. Dave Hamilton.V. Pres. Janice Ringger .... Pres. 45 FRONT ROW: M. Mann, D. Quinones, D. Sommer, N. Von Gunten, F. Strickler, D. Sharp, J. Ross. SECOND ROW: S. Wagley, S. Mattax, A. Singleton, J. Roth, M. Vizard, K. Rich, K. Shoaf. THIRD ROW: M. Stutzman, J. Brown, B. Engle, S. Miller, R. Schwartz, S. Schlickman, G. Workinger, A. Moser, J. McCullough, B. Wolf, D. Patrick. Grade Eight FIRST ROW: J. Bertsch, M. Busse, S. Biberstein, D. Arnold, E. Hirschy, D. Hoagland, C. Fellers, J. Knittle. SECOND ROW: J. Jennings, J. Bercot, S. Helmrich, S. Frank, D. Brown, D. Gerber, R. Lautzenheiser, C. Hart. THIRD ROW: D. Gerber, M. Mann, G. Barger, M. Frauhiger, B. Collins, S. Hill, M. Baumgartner, M. Fuelling, G. Tonner, D. Heyerly, D. Johnston. 46 FIRST ROW; N. Boggess, F. Beitler, B. Hirschy, L. Bauman, D, Egley, P. Hirschy, J. Cauble, M. Johnston, M. Leyse. SECOND ROW: N. Habegger, M. Kaehr, A. Inniger, S. Cook, P. Bowers, D. Hirschy, D. Fellers, C. Hoagland, J. Hirschy. THIRD ROW: N. Bertsch, N. Aschliman, L. Conrad, J. Kaehr, J. Beard, R. Habegger, R, Aschliman, S. Hartman, M. Anderson, E. Dennison, S. Hazel¬ wood, S. Lehman, D. Decker, E. Beer, B. Bluhm. Grade Seven FIRST ROW: K. Urich, R. Warner, S. Miller, R. Wilson, L. Mailer, B. Mann, R. Rupp, B. Mc¬ Cullough, O. Neuenschwander. SECOND ROW: C. Michaels, J. Shoaf, L. Schaffer, E. Schwartz, D. Smith, G. Zimmerman, E. Miller, C. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: P. Workinger, C. Reed, M. Yager, J. Steffan, I. Steffan, G. Rupert, R. Poling, B. Osterman, R. Swygart, B. Tonner, D. Stucky, S. Teeter, R. Pyle. 1 I 47 FIRST ROW: S. Richer, K. Myers, N. Brokaw, B. Nickels, D. Harmon, J. Steffen, S. Minnich, D. Moser, D. Poling, K. Habegger. SECOND ROW: K. Whitacre, B. Hamrick, D. Aschliman, M. Kaehr, G. Engle, N. Longsworth, K. Witte, C. Steffen, L. Wickey, Mr. Johnson. THIRD ROW: R Smith, C. Teeter, A. Parrish, J. Gilbert, J. Irwin, S. Godsey, P. Gerber, J. Clark, S. Maines, M. Wechter, K. Pyle, R. Welch. NOT PICTURED: E. Schwartz, L. Schwartz, L. Lautzenheiser, E. Wickey, D. Troyer. Grade Six FIRST ROW: B. Hedington, P. Ehrsam, D. Hammond, R. Stucky, G. Straub, S. Von Gunten, D. Mankey, E. Nussbaum, R. Gonverse. SECOND ROW: R. Kershner, L. Lehman, S. Hildebrand, J. Yoder, K. Aschliman, M. Biberstein, M. Rowdon, C. Everett, S. Worthman, Mr. Strahm. THIRD ROW: T. Bebout, S. Kaehr, R. Sommer, D. Arnold, E. Harvey, K. Biebrich, V. Adler, R. Soldner, N. Brehm, P. Nidlinger, J. Hill, W. Macy, M. Ross, R. Clifton. 48 FIRST ROW: R. Collins, J. Thompson, R. Cable, B. Schwartz, A. Jasso, T. Nussbaum, R. Schnepp, S. Stucky, A. Baumgartner, R. Arnold. SECOND ROW: J. Sprunger, N. Hartman, J. Smith, J. In- niger, G. Cable, G. Longsworth, P. Harvey, B. Hirschy, G. Gauble, L. Genth, Mr. Watkins. THIRD ROW: J. Morningstar, W. Adler, C. Hildebrand, L. Osterman, D. Roudebush, D. Mendoza, S. Ploughe, S. Wagley, D. Maines, J. Hirschy, S. Nickels, L. Rich, E. Worden, M. Beer. Grade Five FIRST ROW: L. Fellers, T. Wulliman, S. Amstutz, J. Kaehr, J. Riojas, T. Ogg, K. Rupp, G. Ham¬ mond, E. Yoder. SECOND ROW: J. Welch, R. Engle, P. Shaffer, C. Arnold, V. McClain, C. Anderson, K. Ehrsam, S. Smith, Mr. Ehrsam. THIRD ROW: D. Griffiths, J. Ehrsam, D. Landis, B. Harden, S. Harmon, T. August, A. Borne, J. Soldner, M. Riojas, K. Watkins, K. McKean, S. Landis, D. Gerber, A. Shoaf, R. Mailer. NOT PIGTURED: A. Zook, N. Troyer, R. Hilty. 49 FIRST ROW: L. Beitler, A. Ringger, J. Ginter, S. Sommer, V. Heyerly, T. Hutcherson, J. Gilbert, D. Evans, D. Heyerly. SECOND ROW: C. Dick, D. Steffen, E. Hazelwood, R. Ogg, E. Mankey, L. McCullough, L. Brokaw, C. Gerber, D. Boys, B. Cable, N. Fox, D. Wilson, Mrs. Kuhn. THIRD ROW: R. Schwartz, G. Gerber, L. Rich, M. Schwartz, B. Brown, R. Adler, J. Hilty, R. Everett, R. Gaunt, J. Riojas, L. Werling, J. Quinones. Grade Four FIRST ROW: S. Rich, G. Hendricks, R. Aschliman, W. Stucky, R. Clark, L. Kaehr, L. Ratcliff, A. Knittle. SECOND ROW: P. Zimmerman, K. Barkley, C. Macy, E. Burkholder, B. Warner, Mrs. Byerly, J. Hoffman, L. Bieberich, H. Bercot, K. Sprunger, J. Double, P. Roe. THIRD ROW: D. Harvey, D. Miller, J. Gerber, M. Habegger, L. Tonner, A. Birch, L. Kauffman, S. Kirschner, R. McKean, G. Thoihas, T. Swygart. NOT PICTURED: M. Engle. 50 FIRST ROW: B. Zurcher, G. Clifton, S. Thompson, D. Hirschy, L. Mitchel, M. Anderson, D. Bie- berich, R. Hill, D. Harmon. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Haggard, I. Cauble, V. Burkhead, C. Honk, J. Beer, L. Shoaf, P. Johnson, L. Longsworth, D. Dennison, J. Stucky, K. Myers. THIRD ROW: D. Sanders, J. Lantz, D. Rich, L. Affolder, C. McClain, B. Mann, D. Geyer, L. Nussbaum, J. Wulliman, D. Roudebush, S. Brehm, J. Sommer, L. Jones, D. Evans. NOT PICTURED: C. Holsapple, P. Schwartz, S. Girod, M. Hilty, S. Troyer. Grade Three FIRST ROW: C. Schaadt, L. Reineck, L. Ellenberger, T . Bebout, J. Harvey, L. Hartman, J. Nuss¬ baum, T. Patrick, R. Oliver, J. Wagley, D. Eckelbarger, B. Genth. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mills, R. Neuenschwander, D. Wickey, R. Miller, M. Hilty, C. Schwartz, R. Harrell, P. Isch, M. Stucky, L. Henschen, H. Jasso, S. Bieberich. THIRD ROW: L. Rich, R. Miller, N. Irwin, W. Stout, C. High, K. Baxter, C. Borne, R. Stavenik, R. Tonner, M. Kaehr, P. Nussbaum, L. Soldner. NOT PICTURED: J. Schwartz, M. Zook, J. Wickey, L. Eicher. 51 FIRST ROW: S. Smith, B. Campbell, R. Johnson, K. Summersett, K. Steiner, N. Brown, N. Gerber, G. Hirschy. SECOND ROW: R. Smith, L. Bieberich, R. Longsworth, L. Steury, J. Mankey, D, Beitler, B. Birch, B. Harmon, D. Shoaf. THIRD ROW: H. Reed, N. Ogg, D. Aschliman, R. Havens, L. Harvey, T. Miller, M. Griffiths, L. Cavinder, G. Eyanson, G. Riojas, D. Ray, C. Ladd, G. Colter, B. Adler, Mrs. Inniger. Grade Two FIRST ROW: M. Cook, M. Sommer, D. Jasso, M. Burkholder, T. Wickey, T. Bebout, R. Eckel- barger. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Beaty, B. McBride, J. Funk, D. Snyder, S. Schwartz, N. Eicher, C. Fox, R. Neuenschwander, J. Connelley. THIRD ROW: G. Urich, M. Royer, S. Ross, S. Stump, M. Heare, N. Reed, V. Zurcher. 52 FIRST ROW: P. Arnold, J. Franz, W. Steury, D. Moeschberger, S. Steury, G. Yoder, B. Lutes, B. Borne. SECOND ROW: M. Lantz, D. Aschliman, G. Leyse, L. Beavers, M. Warner, J. Kaehr, C. Shaffer, S. Feasel, C. Harvey, B. Bowers, Mrs. Egley. THIRD ROW: J. Reineck, J. Nussbaum, G; Nash, A. Shetler, C. Moser, R. Kaehr, B. Zimmerman, M. Schwartz, A. Hilty, L. Nussbaum, S. Leyse, J. Burkhead. NOT PICTURED: R. Schwartz, E. Girod, J. Schwartz, L. Troyer, M. Shetler. Grade Two Grade One FIRST ROW: P. Eicher, A. Burkholder, D. Roe, D. Clark, A. Stoller, J. McClain, L. Hilty, E. Girod, A. Hamilton, N. Schwartz, J. Patrick. SECOND ROW: D. Hoffman, M. Jasso, S. Baum¬ gartner, C. Felty, C. Moser, R. Quinones, J. Redding, C. Bays, D. Evans, J. Riley, K. Mutschler. THIRD ROW: L. Nash, D. Sheets, N. Baxter, J. Borchers, P. Nickels, K. Nussbaum, V. Reinhart, P. Wickey, W. Schwartz, J. Schwartz, R. Minnich, B. Slusher, W. Johnson, Mrs. Griffiths. 53 FIRST ROW: S. Foreman, J. Nussbaum, J. Double, T. Stevens, B. Genth, V. Bowers, A. Nussbaum, T. Steffen, T. Steury, M. Kaehr. SECOND ROW: L. Mattax, C. Reinhart, P. Hirschy, C. Martin, C. Gaunt, L. Zurcher, D. Lehman, M. Gilbert, K. Gerber, A. Riojas, N. Biokaw, D. Shoaf. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Leistner, R. Harrell, B. Hilty, R. Schwartz, K. Holsapple, V. Vanette, A. Hirschy, K. Rich, E. Witte, A. Arnold, R. Aschliman. NOT PICTURED: S. Oliver, A. Hilty, F. Zook. Grade One FIRST ROW: D. Affolder, S. Bertsch, S. Gerber, D. Fisher, E. Geyer, P. Shoaf, M. Neuenschwander, C. Colter. SECOND ROW: M. Gerber, R. Hirschy, R. Stucky, K. Fruchte, D. Eckelbarger, B. Mil¬ ler, K. Shaffer, P. Zimmerman, S. Stucky, J. Fosnaugh. THIRD ROW: B. Kolter, M. Liechty II, D. Andrews, T. Steury, J. Mishler, T. Reinhart, R. Reinhard, D. Liechty, T. Soldner, R. Ladd, S. Tullis, Mrs. Habegger. 54 FIRST ROW: K. Lutes, E. Hutcherson, G. Busse, C. Gerber, R. Steury, K. Heyerly. SECOND ROW: C. Connelley, J. Workinger, K. Engle, M. Gerber, A. Dennison, L. Stevens, L. Summersett, R. Mat- tax, Mr. Eichenberger. THIRD ROW: J. Ringger, S. Bercot, S. Zurcher, T. St effen, B..Houk, M. Moeschberger, E. Harvey, L. Tonner, A. Ringger, T. Ehrsam. NOT PICTURED: J. Wickey, B. Girod, R. Schwartz, A. Hilty. Grades Five and Six Rolling the hoops keeps two fresh¬ man boys busy in the Freshman Initiation assembly. Initiation is just one of the activities which classes engage in. 55 CENTRALITES DISPLAY ACTION IN 56 SCOREBOARD Varsity Baseball Junior High Team AC . . 43 Geneva .... . 15 AC . . . 25 P. Grove . . . . . .40 AC . . 9 Hartford . . .4 AC . . 8 Berne . . 29 AC . . . 34 D. Catholic . . .36 AC . . 9 Monmouth .5 AC . . 24 P. Mills.... . 13 AC . . . 28 Monmouth. . . .23 AC . . 6 Berne .... .3 AC . . 18 Decatur.... . 25 AC . . . 24 Decatur . . . . . .31 AC . . 4 Geneva . . .3 AC . . 22 Bluffton.... . 35 AC . . . 29 Wilshire . . . . . .23 AC . . 7 D. Catholic .0 AC . . 26 Monmouth . . . 24 AC . . . 41 Jefferson. . . . .19 AC . 12 Pleas. Mills .5 AC . . 32 Portland . . . . 33 AC . . . 27 Bluffton . . . . . .37 AC . 14 Lancaster . .5 AC . . 60 Blue Creek. . . 20 AC . . . 25 Ossian. . .21 AC . , 5 Albany. . . .7 AC . . 25 Lancaster. . . . 29 AC . . . 32 D. Catholic . . .33 A.dams Co. Champions AC . . 37 Decatur.... . 47 AC . . Berne. EIC Runners-up AC . . 29 P. Mills . . . . 26 AC . . . Lib. Twp. . . Cross-Country Varsity Basketball AC . . . 31 Hartford. . 50 Montpelier. . .... 47 AC . . 45 Geneva . . 50 Geneva . . 95 AC . . 49 Monmouth . . . . 36 AC . . . 43 Hartford. . 40 Monmouth . . .... 80 AC . . 40 Hoagland. . . . . 52 Pleas. Mills. . 88 AC . . 57 Pleas. Mills . . . 46 AC . . . 24 Montpelier. . 34 AC . . 56 Lancaster. . . . . 39 AC . . . 33 Hartford. . 34 Pleas. Mills AC . . 67 Hunt. Twp . . . . 49 Geneva . Monmouth . . AC . . 68 D. Catholic . . . 49 AC . . . 18 Bluffton. . 49 AC . . 51 Beme. . 47 AC . . . 55 Ft. Wayne Central . . 17 Bluffton . . . .... 97 AC . . 69 Chester. . 53 AC . . . 49 Ft. Wayne Central . . 16 New Haven . .... 29 AC . . 36 Ossian . . 62 County Meet AC . . 61 Montpelier. . . . 68 AC . . . 53 Hartford 38, Monmouth 100, Berne 102, Pleas. Mills 112, AC . . 34 Geneva. . 33 Geneva 151, D. Catholic 163. AC . . 76 Pleas. Mills . . . 47 EIC Meet AC . . 45 Hartford .... . 53 AC . . . Second in a field of 8. AC . . 59 Union. . 65 Sectional Meet AC . . 44 Hartford .... . 55 AC . . . Eleventh in afield of 24. AC . . 68 Pennville . . . . 73 Note Low score wins. AC . . 51 Bryant. . 62 AC . . 52 Monroeville . . . 50 AC . . 66 Petroleum . . . . 69 AC . Bluffton. Second Team Freshman Team AC . . . 24 Geneva . . . 26 AC . . . 26 Geneva . 34 AC . . . 38 Monmouth . . . . 25 AC . . . 35 Lancaster . . . 25 AC . . . 46 Hoagland . . . . 45 AC . . . 27 Berne . 35 AC . . . 52 Pleas. Mills . . . 14 AC . . . 19 N. Carlisle . . . 50 AC . . . 45 Lancaster . . . . . . 39 AC . . . 34 Ossian. 49 AC . . . 45 Hunt. Twp . . . . 38 AC . . . 32 Decatur. 51 AC . . . 38 D. Catholic . . . 22 AC . . . 38 Bluffton .... 37 AC . . . 27 Berne . . . 32 AC . . . 35 Monmouth . . . 31 AC . . . 48 Chester. . . 30 AC . . . 38 Portland .... 45 AC . . . 32 Ossian. . . 44 AC . . . 27 Decatur. 41 AC . . . 36 Montpelier. . . . 39 AC . . . 21 D. Catholic . . 59 AC . . . 46 Pleas. Mills . . . 26 AC . . . 38 Monmouth . . . 23 AC . . . 24 Geneva . . . 26 AC . . . 29 South Side . . . 41 AC . . . 26 Hartford . . . . . . 29 AC . Berne . AC . . . 38 Union. . . 20 Tourney AC . . . 36 Pennville . . . . . . 39 AC . . . 43 Portland .... 36 AC . . . 38 Bryant. . . 26 AC . . . 43 Decatur. 54 AC . . . 42 Monroeville . . . 43 AC . . . 40 Petroleum . . . . 25 AC . . Bluffton. 57 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM— Dick Steiner, Claude Striker, Max Egley, Dave Isch, Larry Foreman, Bill Hoffman, Jim Brown, Alan Ha- begger, Tom Heyerly. KNEELING: Coach, Amzie Miller. Keen Competition Keeps Student Managers, Junior Isch, Jerry Schwartz, David Houck, and Garry Bluhm check percentages at half-time. A promising varsity of nine, the Greyhounds lost to Geneva in the first game of the season. A six-game winning spree sparked activity for the Greyhounds and Coach Miller. However, a five-game slump followed the County Tourney. The final game of the tourney was a hard- fought battle for the Greyhounds, losing to Hartford in the final minutes. The Greyhounds with 10 wins and 9 losses, thus far, have slightly better than a .500 percentage. 58 Dave Isch and Larry Foreman try to tip the ball into the goal. Greyhounds Running The Greyhounds watch intently as Tom Dave Isch jumps as teammates wait to get the tip. Heyerly jumps in a field goal attempt. Above: Max Egley slips past competition to try a shot under the basket. Carol Haggard Marcia Zimmerman Cheerleaders and Pep Club CHEERLEADERS: Marcia Zimmerman, Jeannie Smith, Arlene Zimmer¬ man, Carol Haggard. Left: Arlene Zimmerman Jeannie Smith 60 PEP CLUB: Appearing in red and white at each home basketball game, the pep club helped boost enthusiasm. Boost School Spirit, Team Morale " We want the Greyhounds! " This has been a favorite cheer at Central for the past few years, and always gets the crowd yelling. That may not seem like a hard job, but ask any one of our able cheerleaders, and she will tell you that it isn ' t easy to get the " gang " cheering, especially when the chips are down. Central ' s pep club wore red skirts and trousers, white shirts and blouses, small red megaphones, and red and gray beanies. The expressions on faces of the pep club members say that the Greyhounds have scored two more points. SECOND TEAM CHEERLEADERS: Rosemary Schlickman, Judy Yoder, Linda Hirschy, Sandy Strickler. SECOND TEAM--FRONTROW: L. Decker, R. Maines, R. Roth, D. Arnold, S. Sch¬ wartz, R. Brown. BACK ROW: Coach, Mr. Miller, B. Hart, L. Funk, G. Yager, P. Urick, J. Funk, J. Hirschy, C. Strickler. N Seconds — Frosh Build for Future Varsity FRESHMAN TEAM--FRONT ROW: D. Sch¬ wartz, J. Rowden, R. Owens, D. Maitlen, R. Dick, S. Yoder. BACK ROW: B. Heyerly, S. Ehrsam, D. Hamilton, L. Urick, L. Knit- tie, M. Hedington, M. Parrish, Coach, John Fruth. 62 JUNIOR HIGH TEAM--FRONT ROW: D. ner, B. Swygart, S. Schlickman, Coach, Decker, L. Bauman, E. Hirschy, D. Hoag- Ron Stork, R. Schwartz, S. Hill, N. Von land, G. Workinger, M. Marm, M. Busse, Gunten. J. Ross. BACK ROW: C. Fellers, G. Ton- Jr. Hi Teams Meet Rugged Competition Central ' s junior high team played a stiff schedule of 22 games and won approximately half of them. The Greypups were coached by Ron Stork. At the helm of the freshman team was John Fruth. The frosh competed in 14 contests and a 4-way tourney. Amzie Miller coached the second team through 20 games. The team had a little better the .500 percentage. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS--Gloria Zim¬ merman, Carol Schwartz, Carolyn Hart, Bar¬ bara Wolf. 63 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM —FRONT ROW: L. Decker, J. Lambert, M. Egley, C. Strickler, D. Steiner. BACK ROW: Coach John Fruth, A, Habegger, C. Striker, B. Hoffman, J. Brown, J. Hirschy, R. Schlickman. Cindermen Set a Fas t Pace TRACK TEAM--FRONT ROW: J. Lambert, Hoffman, L. Foreman, M. Egley, B. Hart, R. A. Habegger, T. Heyerly, J. Lantz, L. Habegger, Schlickman. C. Strieker. BACK ROW: J. Wulliman, B. 64 An intramural clash goes on between two freshman teams. The 1958 cross country season is now in the record books. The Greyhounds had a successful sea¬ son, winning ten meets and losing three. Our team placed second in both the EIC and County meets. They also ranked eleventh of the twenty-six sec¬ tional teams. Dick Steiner placed fifth in the County meet and tenth in the EIC meet. Alan Habegger placed eighth in the County and EIC meets. Lettermen were Alan Habegger, Bill Hoffman, Roger Schlickman, Joe Lambert, Max Egley, Dick Steiner, Larry Decker, Jim Brown, Claude Striker, Jerry Hirschy, and Clayton Strickler. Intramurals Develop Fair Play A couple of junior boys squabble for the ball. Larry Urick jumps to get control of the ball. 65 BASEBALL TE1AM--FRONT ROW: J. Rowden, S. Schwartz, J. Brown, C. Striker, T. Heyerly, A. Habegger, C. Strickler. BACK ROW: Coach Amzie Miller, B. Hart, L. Knittle, L. Foreman, D. Isch, M. Egley, J. Hirschy. Practice, Hard Work Adams Central ' s baseball team, not handicapped by the loss of seniors, showed their fans how well or¬ ganized and well trained they were. Enthusiasm paid off as Central won all county games, the Northern EIC championship, and was runner-up in the Northern and Southern EIC play¬ off. Outstanding pitchers were Larry Foreman and Clayton Strickler. David Isch won the batting crown. David Isch, batting champion, throws a practice swing at one of the local games. 66 Clayton Strickler waits at first base to catch the ball that will make another out. Finally Pay Off Larry Foreman makes a fast pitch which helped Central ' s squad win many games. Claude Striker shows his batting form at the plate. Joyous over victory, the teammates get to¬ gether for a few laughs. Fred Mann warms up the bat while one of his teammates goes to the plate. 67 CENTRALITIES PARTICIPATE IN 68 Georgianna Essex applies grease paint to Annette Thomas as other cast members await finishing touches. CAST—SEATED ON FLOOR: Evan Yo¬ der, Joe Sprunger. SEATED ON COUCH: Kathleen Adler, Inez Merriman, An¬ nette Thomas, Barbara Arnold, Carol Helmrich. STANDING: Sue Pageler, Terry Hike, Arlene Zimmerman, Ka¬ ren Stultz, Larry Habegger, Doveanna Nussbaum, Steve Brandenburg, Evelyn McKean, Fred Mann, Alan Habegger, Max Egley. Dramatics Display Hidden Talents The class of ' 59 presented " Corne Over to Our House” for their junior class play. This three-act comedy depicts the story of a middle- aged widow who receives two marriage pro¬ posals. Her three children oppose the idea of their mother ' s marriage and confuse the plot with their own romances. The children finally put their heads to¬ gether at their grandmother ' s direct request and decide to give up their selfish ways in order to please their mother. Miss Beihold puts make-up on Carol Helmrich to give her an elderly appearance. 69 FIRST ROW: B. Shoaf, J. Heyerly, J. Gerber, K. Singleton, J. Kaehr, M. Steffen, A. Thomas, F. Mann, A. Zimmerman. Recording A. C. Story Provides Selling ads, laying out pages, writing copy, and taking pictures are some of the things that kept CEN-TRAILS staff busy. Sponsor, Mr. Shoup, led the staff through four deadlines with Wanda Neuenschwander as editor and Loren Habegger as her assistant. FIRST ROW: T. Arnold, C. Meyers, L. McBride, C. Hamil¬ ton, N. Bercot, S. Sanders, L. Steury, C. Haggard, B. Som¬ mer, C. Helmrich. SECOND ROW: D. Mertz, O. Moesch- berger, L. Decker, D. Smith, G. Pyle, B. Arnold, S. Pageler. 70 EDITOR, Wanda Neuenschwander, ASSISTANT EDITOR, Loren Habegger, and PHOTOGRAPHERS, David Houck, and Evan Yoder discuss new angles of pic¬ ture taking. Fun and Work for Cen-trails Staff ANNUAL STAFF--FIRST ROW: B. Arnold, E. Yoder, S. Pageler, L. Stevuy, J. Gerber, Mr. Shoup, SPON¬ SOR, W. Neuenschwander, EDITOR, L. Habegger, C. Haggard, F. Mann. SECOND ROW: B. Som¬ mer, A. Thomas, C. Helmrich, M. Steffen, A. Zim¬ merman, K. Singleton, O. Moeschberger, D. Mertz, C. Hamilton, G. Pyle, C. Myers, J. Heyerly, B. Shoaf, D. Houck, J. Kaehr, L. McBride, L.Decker, D. Smith, S. Sanders, N. Bercot, T. Arnold. 71 )Btmiilunu! Sonro Sirtol Jconafets ' Mr. Sprunger, SPONSOR, Shirley Osterman, EDITOR, Don Ger- mann. Joan Rupert, Doveanna Nussbaum, and Delora Mishler look over headlines for the front page. News and Sports Make GREYHOUND GAZETTE STAFF--SITTING: S. Oster- man, D. Nussbaum, P. Biberstein, L. Hoffman, L. Re- ber, K. Adler, K. Stultz, C. Yake, O. Barkely, D. Kershner, D. Mishler, STANDING: S. Strickler, M. Zimmerman, M. Zimmerman, R. Schlickman, D. Germaim, D. Haggard, Mr. Sprimger, R, Welch, C. Strickler, C. Andrews, K. Singleton, D. Kohli, R. Mishler, J. Rupert. 72 SITTING: K. Singleton, S. Strickler, R. Schlickman, D. Kohli. STANDING: D. Kershner, C. Andrews, R. Welch, C. Strickler, R. Mishler, L. Hoffman. Headlines for Newspaper THE GREYHOUND GAZETTE, a member of the Quill and Scroll and Indiana High School Press Association played a part in the life Central. Shirley Osterman, editor, kept her staff busy to meet each deadline. The Gazette helped send its editor, Shirley Osterman and Doveanna Nussbaum, news editor, to Indiana University Journalism Institute for two weeks during the summer. SITTING: K. Stultz, L. Reber, K. Adler, P. Biberstein. STANDING: M. Zimmerman, M. Zimmerman, D. Haggard, C. Yake, O. Barkely. 73 r HONOR SOCIETY--FIRST ROW: S. Osterman, D. Nussbaum, J. Kaehr, D. Smith, J. Smith, D. Mishler, W. Neuenschwander. SECOND ROW: Mr. Frantz, Adviser, L. Foreman, D. Isch, B. Hoffman, J. Brown, J. Gerber, J. Hoffman, O. Moeschberger, T. Witte, T. Heyerly, R. Schlick man, E. Yoder, L. Habegger, Miss Beavers, Ad¬ viser. Character, Leadership, Service, Scholarship A chapter of the National Honor Society was established at Adams Central this year. The society is a national organization to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership and to encourage de¬ velopment of character in students of secondary schools. A formal ceremony was held before the student body to induct the society ' s nineteen members. Under the leadership of Miss Lucile Beavers, ad¬ viser; Larry Foreman, pres.; Tom Heyerly, v. pres.; Wanda Neuenschwander, sec.; and Jeanne Kaehr, treas. the society took part in several community projects such as the school ' s lost and found depart¬ ment. OFFICERS: Jeanne Kaehr, treas., Tom Heyerly, v. pres., Larry Foreman, pres., Wanda Neuenschwander, sec. 74 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB--G. Bluhm, E. Yoder, Heyerly, N. Boggess, D. Haggard, K. Singleton, Hubert Feasel, Sponsor, C. Inniger, Richard All- L. Beavers, K. Stultz. spaw. Sponsor, M. Fosnaugh, L. McClain, J. Flash Blubs, Films Keep Cameras Clicking The photography club with eleven members and two sponsors learned the methods of picture developing and enlarging. Learn¬ ing how to measure the correct distance for taking pictures plus other elements of picture taking also held new interest for club members. Photographers were under the instruction of Mr. Feasel and Mr. Allspaw. David Haggard demonstrates various dark room procedures to Kay Singleton and Karen Stultz. 75 Students interested in display¬ ing creative ability had the op¬ portunity of joining the art club. One of the big projects of the club was decorating the large Christmas tree in the school lobby with very different ornaments made of straw and other very common materials. OFFICERS: Carolyn Yake, sec., Arlene Zim¬ merman, V. pres., Mary Dick, treas., Mabel Steffen, pres. Centralites Display Creative Ability ART CLUB--FRONT ROW; C. Shoaf, C. Quinones, K. Stultz, T. Rupert, A. Johnson, A. Zimmerman, M. Steffen, S. Pageler, Hubert Feasel, Sponsor. SECOND ROW- J. Rupp, D. Kershner, C. Andrews, C. Yake, O. Barkely, M. Dick, K. Singleton. THIRD ROW: M. Moser, J. Morris, D. Moser, R. Brown, D. Haggard, A. Gerber, J. Lantz. 76 RIFLE CLUB--FIRST ROWr D. Steiner, A. Gerber, J. Inniger, D. Houck, D. Michaels, L. Funk. SEC¬ OND ROW: Mr. Collier, Sponsor, B. Kohli, D. Hamilton, P. McBride, J. Sommer, S. Ehrsam, M. Parrish, J. Rowden, B. McMillen, M. Hedington, B. Heyerly, D. Maitlen. THIRD ROW: R. Owens, M. Worthman, M. Hawkins, J. Hurst, S. Yoder, R. Zim¬ merman, D. Lester, S. Heyerly, R. Schwartz, J. Cancilla, L. Urick. FOURTH ROW: N. Mitchel, V. Huth, G. McKean, R, Shoaf, R. Beard, L. Knittle, B. Tharp, L. Hoffman, P. Sommer, K. Cauble, L. Parrish. FIFTH ROW: D. Arnold, B. Brown, M. Moser, B. Christner, K. Griffiths, L. Decker, R. Mazelin, J. Hirschy, J. Fimk, A. Freels. Rifle Club Stresses Safety OFFICERS--FIRST ROW: Dick Steiner, David Houck, Mr. Col¬ lier, Roy Mazelin, John Inniger, Jerry Hirschy. SECOND ROW: Larry Decker, Bob Heyerly, Darrel Maitlen, Joe Cancilla. The Rifle Club draws the interest of many of the boys at Central. The guns are examined and Mr. Collier shows how every precaution must be taken in handling a gun. Contrary to the old adage that boys shouldn ' t handle guns, in Rifle Club they are taught the proper way to handle them. Safety is their aim. 77 The REKAMEMOH CLUB with approximately 70 members watched demonstrations and sponsored a bake sale. Rekamemoh — Homemaker The Rekamemoh Club, derived from spelling homemaker backwards, was under the sponsorship of Mrs. Joyce Neilsen. The club’s purpose is to create a greater interest in homemaking among high school girls. Projects of the club were a bake sale and a senior breakfast. Demonstrations on foods and home¬ making were given at regular meetings. OFFICERS: Nancy Rauden- bush, news reporter; Mary Dick, V. Pres.; Rosemary Schlickman, Pres.j Janice Ringger, Sec.; Rosetta Ger¬ ber, Treas. 78 SUNSHINE SOCIETY—FIRST ROW: P. Biberstein, D. Geyer, B. Arnold, B. Yager, A. Zimmerman, S. Strickler; C. Sec., M. Dick; Treas., C. Haggard; Pres., D. Mishler; V. Pres., J. Smith; R. Sec., G. Essex, S. Pageler, M. Steffen, K. Singleton, B. Sommer, K. Stultz, K. Adler, Mrs. Stucky, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: L. Hoffman, R. Gerber, L. Hirschy, J. Rupp, T. Arnold, M. Zimmerman, M. Bowers, J. Kaehr, C. Miller, M. Hedington, C. Hamilton, J. Rupert, D. Baumgartner, D. Kershner, A. Thomas, D. Smith. THIRD ROW: J. Liechty, R. Mishler, J. Yoder, N. Steury, H. Hirschy, J. Beer, K. Bucher, E. Brehm, J. Heyerly, C. Yake, O. Barkley, C. An¬ drews, D. Arnold, K. Brandt, M. Zimmerman, L. Reber, D. Kohli, K. Cauble. FOURTH ROW: L. McBride, J. Yoder, L. Steury, N. Boggess, D. Cable, J. Haggard, R. Schlickman, N. Raudenbush, K. Nussbaum, J. Yoder, G. Schnepp, C. McKean, N. Bercot, S. Osterman, D. Nussbaum, W. Neuen- schwander. FIFTH ROW: E. McKean, C. Quinones, C. Shoaf, D. Stout, B. McKean, M. VonGunten, S. Longsworth, D. Maines, L. McClain, B. Baumgart¬ ner, B. Tinkham, A. Steiner, J. Arnold, E. Heare, J. Royer, M. Stucky, S. Mattax. SIXTH ROW: R. Gerber, J. Ringger, J. Sanders, L. Pageler, A. Smith, S. Strickler, K. Stavenik, B. Brandenburg, P. Meyer, T. Rupert, A. Johnson, B. Carver, D. Shoaf. Sunshine Spells Service for Others Tne Sunshine Society, composed of high school girls who have pledged themselves to make this a brighter world, was sponsored by Mrs. Rowena Stucky. The girls presented a program at the Adams County Old People’s Home. Selecting " ideal ladies " was another project of the society. Each girl selected one lady as her ideal. A letter sent to the lady, in¬ formed her that she had been chosen as an " ideal lady. " A party was held to identify the ideal lady with the respective club member. The most important social events of the year were a Mexican Christ¬ mas party and a sweetheart banquet. The club has enriched the lives of everyone here at Adams Central but especially those girls who take part in giving happiness and kindness to others. 79 Archers developed a steady hand and an accurate aim in archery club this year. The " Robin Hoods " under the sponsorship of Mr. Donald Sprunger and Mr. Kenneth Watkins held practice ses¬ sions and intra-club meets. OFFICERS--Fred Mann, Sec.-Treas., Gyneth Schnepp, Pres., Claude Striker, V. Pres. Archers Acquire Steady Hand ARCHERY CLUB--FIRST ROW: Mr. Sprunger, G. Yeager, J. Sprunger, R. Kaehr, R. Habegger, R. Brown, J. Lantz, R. Dick, R. Parrish, C. Strickler, C. Striker, Mr. Watkins. SECOND ROW: R. Ger¬ ber, L. Hirschy, K. Brandt, M. Stucky, J. Yoder, M. Zimmerman, S. Strickler, F. Mann, G. Schnepp, R. Schlickman, J. Haggard, K. Nussbaum, S. Mattax, J. Yoder, L. Steury. 80 i FFA--FIRST ROW: Mr. Watson, adviser, J. Lantz, C. Inniger, B. Brown, L. Funk, G. Yager, J. Gerber, J. Funk, T. Ringger, J. Inniger, P. Gerber, J. Sch¬ wartz. SECOND ROW: S. Heyerly, G. Wolf, D. Moser, D. Michaels, T. Ripley, J. Gerber, J. Longs- worth, T. Sharp, D. Schwartz, L. Habegger. THIRD ROW: L. Urick, R. Brown, A. Gerber, J. Lantz, R. Roth, K. Reed, R. Beard, R. Shoaf, R. Habegger, H. Godsey, J. Brown. FOURTH ROW: B. Christe- ner, B. Tharp, D. Maitlen, M. Moser, J. Hirschy, R Mazelin, C. Striker, G. Bluhm, L. Hoffman, R. Kaehr, L. Foreman. F.F.A. The Adams Central chapter of the Future Farmers of America went on field trips and entered many judging contests. One of the chapter’s biggest proj¬ ects was the annual Thanksgiving Pro¬ gram. Classes filled baskets with food which were delivered to needy families in the community. LAND JUDGING TEAM: R. Mazelin, P. Gerber, L. Habegger, C. Inniger, Mr. FFA OFFICERS: D. Moser, C. Inniger, R. Mazelin, J. Watson. Gerber, T. Ringger, J. Inniger, Mr. Watson. SENIOR BAND—FIRST ROW: J. Rupp, S. Sanders, M. Hedington, 01 Barkely, R. Schlickman, R. Owens, N. Steury, J. Yoder, T. Arnold. SECOND ROW; A. Steiner, J. Arnold, E. Heare, B. McMillen, M. Moser, J. Rowden, A. Johnson, K. Stavenik, J. Yoder, K. Nussbaum, D. Baumgartner, K. Brandt. THIRD ROW: B. Brandenburg, D. Shoaf, R. Sch¬ wartz, K. Reed, B. Kohli, G. Wolfe, M. Parrish, R. Roth, D. Michaels, D. Arnold, B. Sommer, R. Mish- ler, C. Yake, D. Mishler, S. Yoder, R. Parrish, S. Schwartz, L. Habegger, J. Hoffman. FOURTH ROW R. Mazelin, J. Royer, G. Schnepp, B. Arnold, L. Steury, R. Kaehr, D. Moser, G. Yager, E. Yoder, J. Franz, M. Stucky, Don Gerig, Director. Bands Parade and Perform at TWIRLERS: A. Zimmerman, J. Yoder, T. Rupert, J. Smith, Majorette, S. Osterman, S. Mattax. Mr. Don Gerig directs the instrumen¬ tal department of music. This year Adams Central is represented by the sen¬ ior, junior, intermediate, and beginners ' bands. Instrumental ensembles, such as the clarinet trio and quartet and brass en¬ semble also speak for music education at Central. Entering parades and contests and participating in county music concerts keep band members busy. CLARINET QUARTET: J. Arnold, E. Heare, B. Branden¬ burg, A. Steiner. Ballgames, Concerts, and Community Days BRASS ENSEMBLE: B. Som¬ mer, D. Arnold, J. Hoffman, E. Yoder, O. Barkley, D. Mishler. 83 JUNIOR BAND—FIRST ROW: A. Moser, K. Rich, A. Wulliman, J. McCullough, J. Shoaf, C. Workin- ger, S. Wagley. SECOND ROW: N. Habegger, J. Kaehr, M. Vizard, C. Schwartz, L. Conrad, M. Yager, B. McCullough, L. Johnson, R. Habegger, J. Bertsch. THIRD ROW: N. Bertsch, S. Hartman, J. Hirschy, D. Hirschy, A. Inniger, S. Mattax, D. Johnston, D. Sommer, R. Wilson, S. Lehman, B. Hirschy, S. Mil¬ ler, M. Frauhiger, M. Mann, M. Maim, N. VonGun- ten. FOURTH R OW: M. Busse, J. Ross, D. Arnold, E. Dennison, S. Helmrich, J. Roth, R. Schwartz, B. Wolfe, R. Lautzenheiser, B. Engle, J. Brown, D. Smith, G. Zimmerman, A. Singleton, A. Smith. Junior and Intermediate Bands INTERMEDIATE BAND--FIRST ROW: M. Rowdon, R. Mattax, J. Yoder, K. Beiberich, T. Bebout, M. Moeschberger, K. Witte, B. Houck. SECOND ROW: R. Soldner, J. Gilbert, L. Lautzenheiser, S. Worth- man, M. Ross, R. Converse, C. Everett, L. Summer- sett, A. Ringger, N. Brokaw, S. Zurcher. THIRD ROW: V. Adler, A. Parrish, G. Engle, R. Kershner, S. Kaehr, R. Steury, D. Moser, K. Myers, W. Macy, S. Von Gunten, K. Habegger, V. Hedington, P. Ehrsam. FOURTH ROW: R. Welch, J. Hill, S. Minnich, B. Wechter, J. Hirschy, J. Irwin, D. Fel¬ lers, C. Hoagland. 84 BEGINNERS BAND—FIRST ROW: D. Raudenbush, L. Rich, A. Borne, A. Dennison, C. Connelly, L. Stev¬ ens, J. Soldner, K. McKean. SECOND ROW: P. Shaffer, C. Anderson, C. Arnold, R. Engle, J. Sprun- ger, T. Nussbaum, S. Stucky, T. Wulliman, J. Inni- ger, K. Lutes, D. Landis. THIRD ROW: J. Smith, N. Hartman, S. Ploughe, K. Engle, B. Schwartz, C. Gerber, R. Smith, S. Landis, D. Gerber, J. Ehrsam, E. Yoder, G. Busse. FOURTH ROW: P. Workinger, J. Workinger, J. Kaehr. Beginners Band Junior Chorus JUNIOR HIGH CHORUS—FIRST ROW: G. Zimmer¬ man, M. Kaehr, C. Hoagland, J. Flirschy, S. Teeter, K. Shoaf, A. Inniger, S. Frank, J. Roth, K. Rich, S. Mattax, A. Singleton, K. Michaels, Mr. Leon Gerig, director. SECOND ROW: M. Bizard, S. Wagley, R. Lautzenheiser, C. Schwartz, D. Hirschy, M. Yager, A. Rupert, J. McCullough, A. Moser, J. Kaehr, S. Helmrich, J. Brown, A. Wulliman. THIRD ROW: N. Boggess, R. Roop, P. Hirschy, D. Egley, J. Sheaf, S. Miller, R. Wilson, J. Ross, D. Sommer, D. Arn¬ old, S. Biberstein, B. McCullough. FOURTH ROW: M. Busse, M. Mann, G. Workinger, N. VonGunten, R. Schwartz, M. Frauhiger, S. Hill, D. Decker, D. Stucky, D. Hoagland, M. Mann, E. Hirschy. I 85 CONCERT CHOIR--FIRST ROW: D. Shoaf, L. Steury, A. Steiner, J. Rupp, L. McBride, O. Barkely, D. Nussbaum, G. Essex, E Brehm, R. Gerber, T. Rupert, H. Hirschy, Leon Gerig, Director. SECOND ROW: L. Hirschy, D. Mishler, R. Owens, R. Kaehr, B. McMillen, S. Schwartz, K. Reed, L. Habegger, E. Yoder, N. Raudenbush, M. Stucky, C. Yake. THIRD ROW: W. Neuenschwander, T. Arnold, L. Hoffman, R. Welch, D. Michaels, J. Hoffman, J. Heyerly, D. Moser, G. Yager, L. Hoffman, K. Nuss¬ baum, B. Arnold. FOURTH ROW: N. Steury, L. Reber, K. Adler, R. Mishler, J. Rupert, M. Heding- ton, F. Mann, B. Hart, L. Decker, C. Striker, S. Strickler, M. Zimmerman, B. Brandenburg. Ac¬ companists, O. Barkely, and D. Mishler. Choir, Glee Club, and Special Groups GIRLS ' QUARTET: Accompanist, D. Nussbaum, N. Raudenbush, O, Barkely, K. Nussbaum, C. Yake. GIRLS ' TRIO: Accompanist, D. Nussbaum, L. Steury, B. Arnold, D. Mishler. 86 GIRLS ' GLEE CLLfB--FIRST ROW: D. Shoaf, T. Arnold, N. Steury, J. Beer, L. McClain, H. Hirschy, K. Stavenik, W. Neuenschwander, Leon Gerig, Director. SECOND ROW: B. Yager, R. Gerber, L. Steury, J. Rupp, L, Hirs¬ chy, L. Hoffman, T. Rupert, A. Johnson. THIRD ROW: O. Barkely, R. Mishler, D. Smith, K. Adler, P. Biberstein, B. Arnold, D Geyer, D. Mishler, L. McBride, E. Brehm,C. Yake. FOURTH ROW: J. Yoder, K. Nuss- baum, J. Rupert, G. Essex, D. Nussbaum, M. Zimmerman, S. Strickler, M. Zimmerman, N. Rauderibush, B. Brandenburg. Accompanist, D. Nussbaum. Vie for Superior Ratings The vocal department, headed by Mr. Leon Gerig, is represented by several groups. The concert choir participated in various contests, the county music festival, the spring con¬ cert, and several church programs. The smaller groups, such as quar¬ tet, trio, and ensemble also entered contests and provided music at various churches. The junior high chorus sang at chapel and in the P.T.A. Christmas program. GIRLS ' ENSEMBLE—FIRST ROW: D. Shoaf, T. Arnol d, W. Neuen¬ schwander, J. Rupp, N. Steury, H. Hirschy. SECOND ROW: L. Mc¬ Bride, D. Nussbaum, J. Rupert, R. Mishler, K. Adler, C. McKean. Accompanist, D. Mishler. 87 Community Plays Important Role 88 STUCKY CO. “Where Your $ Buys More” Monroe, Indiana Free Delivery Phone 6 " 6866 COPPESS CORNER SERVICE “Quality Food at Reasonable Prices” “Marathon Gas and Goodrich Tires” Monroe Indiana “Working for You” MONROE GRAIN SUPPLY, INC. Grain, Feeds, Coal, Fertilizer Phone 6-6541 Monroe, Ind. FARM BUREAU INSURANCE “RAYMOND G. 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CLIFF NUSSBAUM “REO And TORO LAWN MOWERS” Schwinn Sales Service Phone 2-2233 D. W. FIREOVED Veterinarian Berne, Ind. Phone 2-2460 Berne, Ind. ADLER BROTHERS GARAGE Auto and Tractor Repair Rural Route 4 Decatur, Ind. ZWICK FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 3-3603 Decatur Indiana Decatur BUTLER’S GARAGE Ski I led Mechanics Day Night Wrecker Service 126-28 South First Street Indiana WORTHMAN-RAYER, BARBER Stop Back Barber Shop Decatur, Indiana Mobiigas PETRIE OIL COMPANY Eighth and Monroe Streets Decatur, Indiana MobiIgas—Mobi loiI Dist. GILLIG DOAN FUNERAL HOME Embalming and Ambulance Service Phone 3-3314 Decatur, Ind. Pete Reynolds — Basketball Editor DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT Complete Sports School Coverage Adams County’s Only Daily Newspaper PRICE MEN’S WEAR Quality Clothes For Men and Boys 101 N. Second St. Decatur, Ind. DECATUR COMMUNITY BUILDERS Clark W. Smith Rt. 4, Decatur “Authorized Dealer for U. S. Steel Homes” Planning F inancing Construction » HA.; IT |. LELAND SMITH INS. AGENCY Glenn Hill Leland Smith Dial 3-3111 Decatur Indiana [ - 4 i r. j i o j ' 1 i THE SCHAFER STORE Phone 3-3200 Indiana THE BERNE WITNESS Published every Mon., Wed., and Fri. Carries More Adams County News Than Any Other Newspaper Decatur GERBER’S CENTRAL DAIRY Grade A Dairy Products 230 W. Market Phone 120 Bluffton Indiana RSM STUDIO “Photographs in Full Color” Box 305 State Road 1, North Bluffton Indiana GOODWIN FUNERAL HOME Bluffton Indiana OLD FIRST NATIONAL BANK “A Complete Banking Service” “Member F.D.I.C.” Bluffton Indiana GAL-HAM CORP. AIRPLANE SERVICE STATION “Phillips 66 Products” “Lee Tires and Batteries” Bluffton, Ind. Bluffton Indiana Phone 75 SPRUNGER, LEHMAN CO. “The Department Store to Serve You Better " Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2175 GLOBE HATCHERIES “Babcock Bessie " " America’s Real Business Hen " Berne and Ossian Indiana ECONOMY PRINTING CONCERN, INC. Letterpress, Offset, and Binding Berne, Indiana YAGER FUNERAL HOME Air-conditioned Ambulance Phone Collect 2-2158 2-2409 Berne Indiana NAGEL’S QUALITY FLOWERS Since 1910 Berne, Indiana RIESEN SCHUG MOTORS, INC. Chrysler—Plymouth Sales and Service Phone 2-2615 Berne, Indiana KEN HOFFMAN GARAGE “General Repair” Phone 6-6000 Monroe, Ind. CHRISTENER PLUMBING HEATING Box 84 Monroe, Indiana DALE’S SHOE SHOP Phone: 6-6575 Monroe, Indiana FRIEDA’S BEAUTY SHOP Frieda Gelaine Phone 6-6025 Monroe, Indiana MATTAX AUTO PAINT SHOP Louis Mattax Vaughn Mattax Telephone 6-6461 Monroe Indiana BAHNER’S BARBER SHOP Monroe Indiana CENTRAL MARKET P. B. Kohli, Mgr. Phone 6-6561 Monroe, Ind. WALBERT’S CAFE “Come try our home-made food pastries” Berne, Indiana ZURCHER’S MOBIL STATION Phone 6-6551 Monroe, Indiana BERNE MASTER FEED STORE, INC. “Buyers of Grain” Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2303 i SOClAT iQii ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP “Everything in Farm Supplies” GIFFORD’S LG. A. SUPERMARKET “Groc., Meat, Produce” “Swiss Cheese Our Speciality” Berne, Indiana Highway 27 Monroe Indiana UHRICK BROTHERS Phone 3—419 Decatur Indiana COMMUNITY GAS OIL 710 Adams Street Phone 3-2909 Decatur Indiana FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Bluffton Indiana Save at the FIRST STATE BANK Decatur Indiana " Established 1883 " DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE 136 North Second St. Phone 3-3353 " At your Massey—Ferguson Dealer " DIERKES IMPLEMENT SALES Phone 3-3311 13th Street Decatur Indiana Decatur, Indiana DECATUR READY MIX “Ready Mix to Meet Your Specifications” Decatur, Ind. Phone 3-2561 PHIL. L. MACKLIN CO. “Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge” 107 South First Street Decatur Indiana HI-WAY SERVICE 1013 North Second St. Phone 3-2928 Decatur Indiana LISTER’S STORE “Groceries, Meats, Frozen Foods, Drugs, Ice Cream, Post Office” Preble, Indiana Mobilgas Decatur KAYE’S SHOE STORE “Quality Footwear” Four Doors South of Bank Indiana PECK HARDWARE “Standard Service” “Paints, Electrical Supplies” Phone 12 on 27 Preble, Ind. HAUGKS Plumbing—Heating—App I i ances Decatur, Indiana NATIONAL OIL GAS, INC. Phillips 66 Petroleum Products Bluffton Indiana NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY Operated by Lydia Geyer Honduras Indiana BERNE LUMBER CO. “Quality Bui Iding Material” “Most complete mill room in Adams County” Shop and Save BLACKWELLS DEPARTMENT STORE Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods Decatur, Indiana PREBLE EQUITY EXCHANGE, INC. Grain, Feeds, Seeds, Fence, Coal Grinding and Mixing Preble Indiana Berne FOOD TOWN MARKET Indiana LIECHTY MOTOR SERVICE Buick Pontiac Sales Service Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2805 HOME DAIRY PRODUCTS INC. “Quality and Service You can Depend on” Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2307 NEUENSCHWANDER INS. INC. Anxious to please; Conveniently Located, Complete Ins. Service Berne, Indiana BERNE OIL COMPANY “The finest in petroleum products” Indiana GRABER TIN PLUMBING “Wayne Furnaces Gould Pumps’ Berne, Indiana Shop 2-2232 Berne Home 2-2394 Cen-trail Boosters Monroe Washer Repair Madge ' s Home Lunch Linn Grove Hardware Bixler Insurance Agency Hanni Furniture The Cardinal Inn Geneva Lumber Company Dutch Mill on the Banks of the Wabash Dot ' s Lunch Wasson Grocery Harvey Ginter Barber Shop Dr, Harry H. Hebble, Optometrist Mazelin Heating and Appliances Wertzberger ' s Confectionery Wagner Cigar Store Holthouse Drug Co. Western Auto Habegger Hardware Rentz Florist Downtown Texaco Goodin ' s IGA Commercial Print Shop Decatur Dry Cleaners Ideal Dairy Bar Teen Togs Shaffer Restaurant Vim Sporting Goods Poplar Drive-In Clauser Furniture E. D. and J. A. Bixler Liechty Jewelry Dr. Robert L. Boze W. M. Lehman Appliances Schwartz Gift Shop Mennonite Book Concern Berne Hardware Fern ' s Dress Shop Berne Hi-Way Hatchery Norman E. Beaver, M.D. Berne Locker Storage The Habit Cleaners Berne Ice Cream Horace Lehman Feed Mill Dr. Howard M. Luginbill f »♦ t . 4 Autographs r- T L i 1 I • ' . • i; A. i I Autographs 104 » i !
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