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Show Hide text for 1964 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1964 volume: “ CEN-TRAILS ADAMS CENTRAL SCHOOL MONROE, INDIANA VOLUME 15 1 We Work We worked for unity at Central with the coming of the reorganizational stu¬ dents from Pleasant Mills and parts of Berne. This year the new students joined ours in cheering our teams to victory, fighting the traffic through the hallways, and talking to that special someone on the way to classes. Other examples of the interweaving with the new students occurred when we strived for unity as we attended club meetings, assembly programs, worked on class projects, and participated in baseball, basketball, track, and band. 2 For Unity in School Life.4 Academics.10 Personalities.22 Sports . 66 Organizations.76 Advertising.92 Index.110 3 Students Relax As School SMILE! . . . You ' re on Candid Camera! AFTER arriving the students went to the lockers to get the books needed for the morning. Begins I STUDENTS arrived by bus each morning at ACHS. SENIOR girls gather in the halls during the noon hour to catch up on the latest news. 4 Students Enjoy Meals in Cafeteria and Snacks from Candy Shop CASHIER takes money from hiingry students who eagerly await dinner. STUDENT cafeteria workers clean plates after students had finished eating. AFTER receiving their food the students sat down to eat a nutritious meal. STUDENTS gathered round the candy shop to buy some treats. 5 1 GIRLS participated in the noon intramural league. AFTER lunch girls combed their hair for the after¬ noon ahead. Centralites Keep Busy During Noon Hour GROUPS of boys gathered in the hallways to gripe about the homework. STUDENTS gathered in the hallways to talk about the latest dates. 6 CEN-TRAILS editor and assistant editor attended classes for two weeks in the Journalism building located on the I.U. campus. LINDA GENTH donates to the senior class trip by- buying a coke. Centralites Participate in Outside Activities SUNSHINE GIRLS and their fathers enjoyed the armual " Daddy Date Nite. " 7 CEN-TRAILS KING AND QUEEN were crowned on January 24. The candidates as they appeared on the stage are Don Egley, Carol Schwartz, Bill Hirschy, Suellen Bentz, Louise Stucky, Nancy Miller, Gary Clouse, Mark Webb, Mike Leyse, Debby Smith, Paul Hirschy and Judy Hirschy. Royalty Is Supreme Ruler at C.H.S. LOUISE STUCKY carried a bouquet of mums for the queen; Mark Webb carried the crown. QUEEN NANCY MILLER was crowned by the newly elected king Gary Clouse. 8 CAROL SCHWARTZ ' S escort for the crown¬ ing was Don Egley. SUELLEN BENTZ was escorted to the court by Bill Hirschy. QUEEN CANDIDATE Judy Hirschy was escorted to the court by Paul Hirschy. QUEEN CANDIDATE Debby Smith was escorted to the court by Mike Leyse, 9 We Have The central students spent eight hours out of a day studying at school. There were daily assignments to pre¬ pare and exams to study for to keep the Centralites busy. Central offered a variety of courses in which the stu¬ dents could enroll, according to the subjects that interested them. All stu¬ dents worked together in preparing as¬ signments and reports. Agreement In Academics 1 MISS BEAVERS watches Roger Rupp, Carmi Stef¬ fen, and Brenda Hamrick explain algebra problem to class. Mathematics and Science In mathematics one is always encount¬ ering a new frontier. Central offers stu¬ dents general math, algebra, and plane and solid geometry. Freshmen were required to take one year of math, choosing between general math and algebra. In general business students learned to figure income tax. Algebra students solved equations in which there were two unknown letters. MR. ALLSPAW explains to Rex Roe and Nona Fox their mistake made in General Math. MISS BEAVERS shows Sara Ploughe the answer to her geometry problem. 12 Prepare Pupils for Ever-changing World Freshmen biology classes searched for months to find leaves and insects for their collections. The dissecting of fish and frogs helped them to understand the func¬ tions of the human body. Physics classes furthered their sci¬ entific studies with the application of forces, energy, and changes that take place in matter. They also studied such principles as how much power it would take to raise a given a mount or weight a given distance under a given condition. In chemistry classes, juniors learned the proper procedure for solving chemi¬ cal analysis. After learning many chem¬ ical symbols the students worked scienti¬ fic problems and compared their results with Einstein. LARRY JOHNSON, Steve Hildebrand, and Roger Burkl-iart prepare ingred¬ ients for a Chemistry ex¬ periment. DIANNE MOSER, Roger Currie, and Carol Tonner ask Miss Williamson questions about tlieir bug collections. 13 MRS. MUNSON explains the function of a word in a sentence to Sharon Currie, Sue Bentz, and Ed Beer. English, Latin, and Spanish Provide English was stressed even more to the Central students than ever before. Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Stucky, Mr. Sprun- ger, and Mr. Shoup taught the junior high and high school the principles of English. The students studied literature the second semester. MR. SHOUP explains to Libby Summer- sett the assignment. 14 MRS. STUCKY explains the translation of a Latin word to Cheryl Isch, Romona Merr- iman, and Dave Suman. Firm Foundation for Future Years Spanish and Latin grow rapidly as Central students want to learn more about foreign countries and their lan¬ guages. Miss Williamson, who has traveled to Mexico, teaches the Spanish class and Mrs. Stucky teaches Latin. V, .iiV ' a TED RASH translates Spanish to the class while Kathlee Ehrsam and Miss Williamson watch for a mistake. 15 Vocational and Business Courses Help MR. WATSON helps Norm Brokaw, Gary Clouse, and Barry Isch further their knowledge of agriculture. Mr. Watson taught the vocational agriculture boys many important farm¬ ing methods. The boys participated in many different judging contests which included all the things they had studied. In industrial arts Mr. Collier taught the boys mechanical drawing, facts about electricity, woodworking and welding. Typing was offered this year for those students interested in entering commercial occupations, as well as those interested in neat papers. Mr. Hoopingarner and Mr. Bryan were the instructors of the course. PATTY SCHAFFER asks Mr. Bryan a question about her typing lesson. 16 Centralites Prepare for the Future JIM HILL asks Mr, Collier a question about the floor plans for his house. KAREN BIEBERICH, Suzanne Kennel, and Libby Summersett watch as Mrs. Nielsen places a pattern in preparation for making a dress. 17 ED JACKSON, Miriam McAhren, and Don Weber learn more about the government under the supervision of Mr. Rosier. Social Studies, Physical Ed, and i MR. ENGLE watches as Bob Brown, Mike Sauers, and Nancy Lee Cook locate a city on the map of Europe eritage ' MMON law vdtniivaljc PETITION TUmwi Maftv A ftf Pk MAGNA CARTA Klag £weN to five uy kf to t x kry yowtf» Aa«nc«a fraadoa 18 COLLEEN BIBERSTINE and Lou Ann Tonner watch as Mr. Hoopingarner shows Bonnie Hirschy how to fasten her safety belt. Drivers Ed Acquaint Students with Laws Physical fitness was a daily part of the Adams Central students in grades 7-10. Mrs. Archbold instructed the girls; Mr. Zurcher, the boys. Health was also stressed, and it was taught to the sophomores on alternate week days. Safety was an important part of drivers training, taught by Mr. Hoop¬ ingarner and Mr. Bryan. Students learned the mechanics of the engine and traffic laws. American and world history, taught by Mr. Engle and Mr. Rosier, helped the students to compare present-day happenings with the events of the past. 19 Music and Art Help Centralites EIGHTH Grade girls met with Mr. Kenkel for nine weeks of music. MR. GERIG shows Niel Brown how to play a passage from his lesson. 20 Develop Their Skills THE PUPILS in Mrs. Egley ' s class made three dino¬ saurs. PAT WORKINGER, Sharon Fuelling, and Mike Berry cut designs for art class. STUDENTS further their ability to sketch in high school art classes. 21 % Strive for Unity With Our Friends SUPERINTENDENT, Mr. Souder. SECRETARY to superintendent, Mrs. Nussbaum. PRINCIPAL, Mr. Honaker. SECRETARY to principal, Mrs. Brandt. 24 GRADE PRINCIPAL, Mr. Brunso. GUIDANCE COUNSELOR, Mr. Baumgardner. Central’s Leaders Guide Us BOARD OF EDUCATION, Elisha Merriman, Fred Kaehr, Edwin E. Coil, Secretary; Clark W. Smith, President; Dan Habegger, Elmer Isch, Martin Steiner, Treasurer. 25 Central’s Leaders THOMAS ADLER—Huntington College, B.S.j Indiana Central, Indiana University Extension, Ball State; Mathematics, English. RICHARD ALLSPAW—Taylor University, Ball State Teachers College, Michigan State University; Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. WANDA ARCHBOI.D--Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Shorthand, Secretarial Training, Physical Education. FRANCES BEATY--Manchester College, Madam Blaker (Butler College), Ball State Teachers College; Second Grade. LUCILE BEAVERS--Indiana University, North Manchester, Ball State Teachers College, Wisconsin University; Math¬ ematics, English. ROBERT BROWN—Manchester Col¬ lege, Indiana University, Huntington College, B.S.; Ball State Teachers College, M.A.; History, Literature. EDWIN BRYAN--University of Delaware, Manchester Col¬ lege, B.S.; Ball State Teachers College; Bookkeeping, Typing, Driver Education. DOLORES BYERLY--Man- chester College, Ball State Teachers College, Indiana University, St. Francis, B.S.; Fourth Grade. 26 Train Us for Future DOROTHY FUHRMAN—Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Grade Music and Art. ELMER EHRSAM--Indiana Teachers College, Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Sixth Grade. DON EVERETT--Asbury College, A.B.; Ball State Teachers College, Iowa State College, Mississippi Uni¬ versity, Indiana University; Fifth and Sixth Grades. JAMES ENGLE—Texas Christian University; History. MARY EG LEY--Manchester College, Huntington Col¬ lege, Indiana University, B.S.; Fifth Grade. SYLVIA DUCKWORTH--Taylor University, Ball State Teachers College; Grade One. C. DOYLE COLLIER—Ball State Teachers College; In¬ dustrial Arts. MYRTLE CLEMENTS—Manchester Col¬ lege, Ball State Teachers College; First and Second Grade. NAOMI GRIFFITHS--Ball State Teachers College, Indiana University, Purdue University, North Manchester College, B.S.; First Crade. MARTHA HABECCER—Capital Uni¬ versity, B.S.; Ball State Teachers College, M.S.; Purdue Extension; First Crade. VEDA HACCARD--Tri State College, Indiana University, Ext., St. Francis College, B.S.; Third Crade. WALTER HF.N KF.T-Wayne State University, A.B,; Ball State Teachers College, M.A.; Music. DARRELL CERIC--Fort Wayne Bible College, B.S.M.; Indiana University, M.S.; Music. FRANK CREEN--Sam Houston State Teachers College, B.S.; Ball State Teachers College, M.A.; Northern Illinois University; Science, Social Studies. CENE HINDENLANC—Indiana University; Health, Sci¬ ence, History. TF.F. HOOPINCARNER--Western Michigan University, Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Typing, General Business, Driver Education. 28 DOLORES MITCHEL—Ball State Teachers College, In¬ diana University, Fort Wayne Bible College, St. Francis; Fourth and Fifth Grades. HARRIET MILLS--Ball State Teachers College, Indiana University, Ext.; Third Grade. MARGARET KUHN—Alma College, A.B.; Ball State Teachers College, A.M.; Fourth Grade. MYRTA KOCH--Huntington College, Indiana Univer¬ sity, B.S.; Second and Third Grades. THOMAS KIRCH- HOFER--Miami University, Bluffton College, B.A,; Art. JAY JOHNSON--Canterbury College, B.S.; Central Normal College; Sixth Grade. HELEN INNIGER--Fort Wayne Bible College, Ball State Teachers College; Third Grade. 29 ROBERT SHOUP—Defiance College, A.B.; Ball State Teachers College; English. SUZANNE SMALLEY--Col¬ lege of Mount St, Joseph on-the-Ohio Mount St. Joseph; Second Grade. DONALD SPRUNGER--Taylor University, B.A.; Ball State Teachers College, M.A.; Western Michigan Uni¬ versity; English. RUTH STAHLY--Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Second Grade. WANDA MUNSON--Manchester College, B.S,; Ball State Teachers College, M.A.; English. JOYCE NIEL - SEN--Purdue University, B.S.; Home Economics, SALLY REYNOLDS--Manchester College, B.S,; St. Francis College; Fourth Grade. JOHN ROSIER--Uni- versity of Notre Dame, Ball State Teachers College, Colorado State College; Social Studies. 30 VERNON ZURCHER—Franklin College, Huntington Col¬ lege, Ball State Teachers College, Indiana University; Arithmetic, Health, Physical Education. MARY WIL¬ LIAMSON—Western College, University of Michigan, Huntington College, University of Arizona; Biology, Spanish I and II. MARTIN WATSON—Morehead State College, A.B.; University of Kentucky, B.S.; Ball State Teachers Col¬ lege, A.B.; Purdue University; Vocational Agriculture. KENNETH WATKINS--Wofford College, Indiana Uni¬ versity, Ext., Purdue, Ext., Anderson College, Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Fifth Grade. VERA TEETER-- Ball State Teachers College, B.S.; Fifth Grade. ROWENA STUCKY—Taylor University, A.B.; Indiana University, M.S.; Ball State Teachers College, Purdue University; English, Latin. LEO STRAHM--Central Normal, Manchester College, Ball State Teachers Col¬ lege; Sixth Grade. 31 We Show Our Appreciation to Those STUDENT COUNCIL; Ted Rash, Pansy Zimmerman, Blair Brown, Kenneth Heyerly, Jean Clark, Steve Lehman, Kathlee Ehrsam, Judy Hirschy, Marlene Stucky, Joy Kaehr. 32 COOKS: Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs, Rowden, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Byerly, Mrs. Freels. JANITORS: Mr. Rupert, Mr. Landis, Mr. Riley. Who Help Run Our School JANITOR: Mr. Suman. COOKS: Mrs. Bebout and Mrs. Burkhart. BUS DRIVERS: FRONT ROW: J. Johnson, J. Stevens, E. VonGunten, J. Nussbaum, J. Genth, P. Nussbaum, H. Schwartz, G. Steffen, E. Arnold. SECOND ROW: R. Wable, H. Barger, C. Black, C. Workinger, C. Morrison, L. Rich, B. Fisher, R. Brandt, L. Adler, H. Kershner. 1 Seniors Take CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Allspaw, sponsor; Ed Beer, secretary; Mike Leyse, president; Gary Clouse, vice-president; Ben Bluhm, treasurer; Miss Beavers, sponsor. MABEL ANDERSON Pep Club 1234; Dramatics Club 34; Spanish Club 4; Sunshine 234; Librarian 4. NANCY ASCHLIMAN Volleyball 234; Sunshine 34; Newspaper Staff 3; An¬ nual Staff 34; Dramatics 4. EDWARD BEER Choir 1234; FFA 1234, V. Pres. 4; Intramurals 1234; Student Council 1; Class Treas. 2; Class Sec. 4; An¬ nual Staff 34; Business Manager 4. SUELLEN BENTZ Berne 123; Pep Block 123; Cheerleader 124; Latin Club 12; Spanish Club 3; Training Choir 12; A Cap- pella 3; GAA 123; AC 4; Annual Staff 4; Sunshine 4; Intramurals 4. I I t i I ni 34 Last Step GARY CLOUSE PM 123; Bible Club 14; Baseball 1234; Basketball 234; Track 1234; Band 12; Bowling 23; Honor Band 1; AC 4; FFA 4. JERRY CAUBLE Cross Country 234; Track 134; Basketball 1; Intramurals 1234. SYDONNA CARNALL Bluffton 1; GAA 1; AC 234; Sunshine 234; Choir 134; Pep Club 1234; Annual Staff 34; Dramatics Club 34; Intramurals 234; Girls ' Glee Club 2. ROGER BURKHART PM 123; Baseball 123; Track 123; Basketball 123; Cross Country 3; Ping Pong Tourney 12; Class Pres. 1; Class V. Pres. 3; AC 4. PRISCILLA BOWERS Sunshine Society 34; Pep Club 234. BEN BLUHM FFA 1234; Cross Country 34; Intramurals 14; Basket¬ ball 23; Crop Judging 34; Class Treas. 34; Class V. Pres. 2. TERRY BLACK Basketball 123; Choir 123; Baseball 123; Track 123; Cross Country 1; PM 123; AC 4. NANCY BERTSCH Band 1234; Choir 234; Dramatics 34; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 24; Sunshine 1234; YFC 3; Pep Club 1234. 35 LINDA CONRAD Band 1234; Choir 4; Sunshine 1234; Pep Club 1234; Dra¬ matics Club 3; Pep Band 24; County Band 3; Annual Staff 34; YFC 34. SUSAN COOK Band 1234; Sunshine 1234; Intramurals 1234; Pep Club Annual Staff 34; Dramatics Club 3. 1234 SHARON DIANA CURRIE PM 123; Twirler 123; Pep Club 123; Choir 123; Volley¬ ball 123; Cheerleader 23; AC 4; Sunshine 4. LARRY DAGUE Berne 12; AC 34; Intramurals 34; Track 4. PAMELA DEATH PM 123; Choir 123; Band 12; YFC 13; AC 4; Choir 4; YFC 4; Sunshine 4. EDITH DENNISON Band 123; Choir 123; Sunshine 1234; National Honor Society 34; Intramurals 123; Bowling Club 4; Pep Club 123; YFC 1234; Dramatics Club 3. CAROL DeVINE Monmouth 12; FHA 12; Library Club 1; Pep Club 12; Choir 2; Intramurals 2; AC 34; Sunshine 34; National Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 4; Dramatics Club 34; Pep Club 34; Annual Staff 34; Intramurals 34; Girls ' State 4. DICK EDGELL PM 123; Pep Club 123; AC 4; 4H 1234. 36 DARLENE FELLERS Sunshine 1234; Pep Club 12; Intramurals 12. EUGENE EVERETT PM 123; Pep Club 1; Choir 12; AC 4. CAREY ELLENBERGER PM 12; Bible Club 1; Track 1; Basketball 12; AC 34; Baseball 23; Ping Pong 1234. DON EGLEY Basketball 134; Cross Country 1; Golf 2; Track 3; Base¬ ball 4; Choir 4; Dramatics 4, Pres. 4. JANE GIROD PM 123; Choir 123; Pep Club 123; Honor Choir 2; Cheer¬ leader 23; PTA Queen 2; Volleyball 12; Twirler 23; AC 4; Sunshine 4. SHARON FUELLING Salem Center 12; Choir 12; Pep Club 12; AC 34; Pep Club 3; Sunshine 34. ANITA KAY FENNIG Sunshine 1234; Choir 1; Bowling 4; Intramurals 1234; Pep Club 1234; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 23; Dramatics 34. NANCY HABEGGER Sunshine 1234; Choir 1234; Pep Club 1234; Band 1234; YFC 4; Dramatics 34; Annual Staff 34. 37 1 f I PAUL HIRSCHY Cross Country 234; Track 1234; FFA 1234; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 1234; Dramatics Club 34; Chorus 1234; National Honor Society 34; Class Pres, 1. BILL HIRSCHY Basketball 1234; Band 12; Chorus 2; Annual Staff 34; Student Council 3; Intramurals 1234, CAROL HOAGLAND Pep Club 1234; Sunshine 1234; Dramatics 4; Choir 1234; Band 34; Annual Staff 34; Intramurals 1234, ANN INNIGER YFC 1234; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper 3; Sunshine 1234; Dramatics 34; Choir 1234; Band 1234; Honor Band 3; Pep Club 1234, RON HABEGGER FFA 1234; Dramatics 4; FFA Reporter; Math Contest 2; FFA Sec, 4; Intramurals 134; Dairy Judging 1234; Par¬ liamentary Procedure 234; Crop Judging 1, KATE HINDENIANG PM 123; Chorus 1; Choir 123; Bible Club 12; Honor Band 13; Pep Club 1234; Bowling 23; Volleyball 12; AC 4; Sunshine 4, DIANA HIRSCHY Pep Club 1234; Sunshine 1234; Band 1234; Chorus 134; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 23; YFC 4; Pep Band 2; Honor Band 13, JUDY HIRSCHY Newspaper Staff 234; Annual Staff 34; YFC 1234; Sun¬ shine Society 1234; Pep Club 1234; Band 1234; Choir 1234; Pep Band 2; Cheerleader 234; Honor Society 4, 38 MIKE LEYSE Choir 4; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 234; Basket¬ ball 1234; Track 34; Cross Country 234; Class V. Pres. 1, Pres. 34; Honor Society 4. MICHAEL JOHNSTON Intramurals 1234; Art Club 4; Basketball 2. LARRY WAYNE JOHNSON Band 1234; Intramurals 12; Annual Staff 34; Pep Band 1234; Honor Society 4. EDDIE JACKSON PM 123; Choir 1; Student Manager 23; 4H Club 1; AC 4. STEVE ISCH PM 123; 4H Club 123; AC 4. STEVE LEHMAN Band 1234; Baseball 234; Basketball 1234; Student Coun¬ cil 124. MARY JO KAEHR Choir 1234; Band 34; Sunshine 1234; Intramurals 1234; Pep Club 34; Newspaper Staff 34; Annual Staff 34; Cheerleader 2. JANE KAEHR Sunshine 1234; Band 1234; Choir 1234; Pep Club 1234; Annual Staff 34; Pep Band 234; Honor Society 34; Girls ' State 4; Band Sec. 34. 39 Seniors enjoy party which took place during the summer. LARRY MALLER FFA 1234; Sentinel 4; Land Judging 4; Parliamentary Procedure 4; Poultry Judging 234; Intramurals 24. BRUCE W. MANN Baseball 1; Manager 34; Intramurals 1234; Pep Club 12; Basketball 1; Annual Staff 34. MIRIAM McAHREN PM 123; Choir 123; Pep Club 123; YFC 1; Librarian 3; Class Reporter 2; Class Sec.-Treas. 3; AC 4; Art Club 4; Sunshine 4. BRIAN McCullough Band 12; Pep Band 2; Pep Club 1; Intramurals 1. 40 WILFRED MORRISON Band 1234; Pep Band 124; Chorus 1234; Bowling 2; Pep Club 3; Chemistry Contest 3. OUN NEUENSCHWANDER Intramurals 1234; Basketball 1. STEVE OTTO MILLER Band 1234; Choir 1234; Baseball 23; Manager 234; Intra¬ murals 123; Pep Club 1; Annual Staff 34; Honor Society 4; Boys ' State 4. NANCY MILLER Berne 12; Choir 12; A cappella 3; Latin Club 12; GAA 2; Pep Club 12; Class Sec. 1; AC 34; Choir 3; Band 4; News¬ paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Sunshine 34; Pep Club 34; Dramatics 34, EVA MILLER Pep Club 1234; Annual Staff 34; Choir 1; Intramurals 123; YFC 4; Sunshine 1234; Spanish Club 4. KATHY MICHAELS Sunshine 1234; YFC 234; Newspaper Staff 23; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1234; Dramatics 34; Choir 1234; Span¬ ish Club 34; Intramurals 23. BOB McMILLEN PM 123; Baseball 123; Basketball 23; Track 123; Cross Country 3; AC 4. RUTH ANN McCullough PM 123; Choir 123; Band 3; Pep Club 1234; Class Reporter 3; Sunshine 1; Library Club 23; AC 4. 41 BILLIE MAE RASH Lakeside 1; Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 3; Pep Club 234; Choir 1234; Dramatics 34; YFC 23; Intramurals 23; Sunshine 234; Bowling 4. DIANE RAUDENBUSH Beme 12; Bowling 2; Choir 12; A cappella 3; AC 34; Choir 3; Pep Club 1234; Sunshine 34; Dramatics 3; Annual Staff 4; Art Club 4; Pep Club Asst. Sen. Rep. LINDA RAYL PM 123; Pep Club 123; Choir 123; 4H 123; Class Reporter 1; AC 4; Sunshine 4; Annual Staff 4. SUSAN NOLL PM 123; Volleyball 1234; Chorus 1; Bible Club 12; Reserve Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 123; Bowling 23. ROLLAND LEWIS POUNG Basketball 12; Track 12; Pep Club 123. ROGER PYLE FFA 1234; Intramurals 1234; Crop Judging Team 1. BEVERLY OSTERMAN Sunshine 1234; Pep Club 1234; Newspaper Staff 3; Annual Staff 34; Dramatics 4; Chorus 4; Intramurals 23; SSS Rec. Sec. 3; SSS Girl-of-the-Month 3; SSS Pres. 4. 42 LINDA LOU SHAFFER Pep Club 12; Sunshine 1234; YFC 1234; Choir 1234; News¬ paper 3. CAROL SCHWARTZ Sunshine 1234; Band 1234; Choir 1234; Cheerleader 234; Pep Band 2; Pep Club 1; Dramatics Club 3; Annual Staff 3; Honor Band 13. LEONARD SCHUG Dramatics Club 34; Pep Club 124; Intramurals 134; bowl ¬ ing 24; 4-H; Choir 2; Class Pres. 2. ROGER RUPP PM 123; Bible Club 12; Annual Staff 3; Honorable Men¬ tion, Fisher Body Craftsman ' s Guild 12; AC 4; Pep Club 1234. GLORIA RUPERT Pep Club 123; Sunshine 1234; Newspaper Staff 23; Annual Staff 34; Chorus 14; Dramatics Club 3; Bowling League 4; Librarian 123. JEANETTE ROTH PM 12; Pep Club 12; YFC 1; AC 34. KRISTINE REED Sunshine 234; Pep Club 1234; Spanish Club 4; Dramatics 34; Librarian 4. 43 JANET SHOAF Pep Club 1234; Sunshine 1234. DERBY SMITH Band 1234; Annual Staff 34; Pep Club 1234; Sunshine 1234; Bowling 4; Intramural 1234; Feature Twirler 34. IMOGENE STEFFEN Band 1234; Choir 1234; Sunshine 1234; Pep Club 1234; Pep Band 234; Newspaper Staff 234; Annual Staff 34; Dramatics Club 34; National Honor Society 34; Honor Band 3. JUDY STEFFEN Annual Staff 34; Newspaper Staff 3; Sunshine 34. BILL STRAIT FFA 4; Intramurals 4. DON STUCKY Pep Band 1234; Annual Staff 34, Editor 4; Band 1234; Choir 1234; County Choir 24; Journalism Institute 34; Math Contest 3; Volleyball 124. PAMELA SOVINE PM 123; Choir 3; Pep Club 123; AC 4; Art Club 4; Sun¬ shine 4; 4-H. 44 DONALD WEBER FFA 4; Intramurals 124; Class Treas. 1; Class Vice- President 3. KENNY WAGNER PM 123; Chorus 1; Pep Club 12. WILLIAM C. TONNER FFA 1234; 4-H 1234; FFA Baseball 234; FFA Basketball 234; FFA Livestock Judging 1234; FFA Land Judging 34; Intramurals 4. SANDRA TEETER Sunshine 1234; Art Club 34; YFC 23; Newspaper Staff 1234; Editor 4; Pep Club 234; Bowling League 4; Honor Society 34; Choir 1. GLORIA ZIMMERMAN Twirler 1234; Choir 1234; Sunshine 1234; Annual Staff 34; Pep Club 1234; Bible Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Intra¬ murals 1234; State Con. 1234. MIRIAM YAGER Pep Club 1234; YFC 34; Pep Band 1234; Annual Staff 34; Dramatics Club 34; Sunshine 1234; Choir 134; Band 1234; Intramurals 1234. PAT WORKINGER Sunshine 1234; Annual 34; Pep Club 1234; Dramatics Club 3; Band 1234; Choir 1; Intramurals 1234. 45 CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Shoup, Mr. Hooping arner, and Mr. Watson, sponsors; Jim Rash, president; Steve Hilde¬ brand, secretary; Warren Macy, treasurer. Not pictured Tony Ehrsam, vice president. Verna Adler David Arnold Delia Aschliman Kay Aschliman Deanee Ayala Sharon Bercot Karen Bieberich Jill Brodbeck Norm Brokaw Melvin Burkhart Kathy Christman Ron Christner Jean Clark Reginald Converse Don Cook Paul Ehrsam Tony Ehrsam Norman Ellenberger Gloria Engle Connie Everett Rex Runk Peggy Gerber Janis Gilbert Stephen Green Kenneth Habegger Ronald Habegger Brenda Hamrick Dean Harmon Elaine Harvey Vernon Hedington Kenneth Heyerly Steve Hildebrand Jimmy Hill Margie Irwin Barry Isch Marie Kaehr Juniors Steve Kaehr Jerry Kelley Suzanne Kennel Robert Kershner Jackie Longenberger Nancy Longsworth Warren Macy Harold Mai land Dale Mankey Rita Mattax Steven Minnich Maris Moeschberger Carl Myers Kermit Myers Donna Noll Eric Nussbaum Richard Painter Arlene Parrish Donald Poling Kenneth Pyle James Rash Cloise Reinhart Norman Riley Art Ringger Colleen Ringger Judy Ringger Pauline Ripley Brenda Roe Gary Ross Mike Ross Judy Roth Margaret Rowdon Elizabeth Sapp Irma Serna Larry Sipe Ronald Smith Rebecca Soldner Roger Sommer David Speakman Edward Sprunger Charlene Steed Carmi Steffen John Steffen Terry Steffen Ronald Steury Gale Straub Rick Stucky David Suman Libby Summersett Harriet Tonner Marvene Wecter Richard Welch Kent Whitacre Jerry Young Stuart Zurcher 47 CLASS OFFICERS: Mr, Bryan, sponsor; Cary Gerber, president; Mrl Ro¬ sier, sponsor; John Geimer, vice-president; Ron Kipfer, secretary; Mar- cene Gerber, treasurer; Mrs. Nielsen, sponsor. Sophomores Wanda Adler Steve Amstutz Candace Anderson Connie Arnold Ronald Arnold Allen Baumgartner Tom Bebout Max Beer Mike Beery Edward Bentz Colleen Biberstine Eldana Bollenbacher Arleen Borne Robert Brown Roger Buettner Jim Butler Jim Byer Jim Case Cathy Cauble Ronald Collins Carol Connelley Delane Cook Nancy Cook Nancy Cook Raymond Currie Edward Daniels Arlene Dennison Mary Edgell James Ehrsam Kathlee Ehrsam Roger Ellenberger Karen Engle Rebecca Engle James Everett Lester Fellers Mike Fennig John Geimer Linda Genth Cary Gerber Marcene Gerber Richard Gerber Judy Hakes 48 Jerry Hamrick Melvin Hamrick Sharon Harmon Patty Harvey Carolyn Hildebrand David Hill Bonnie Hirschy Jo Ann Hirschy Cindy Hurst Jane Inniger Cheryl Isch Philip Isch Tom Isch James Kaehr Ronald Kelley Ronald Kipher Duane Landis Steven Landis Gloria Lor sworth Allen Mailand Rodney Mailer Glen Marckel Vickie McClain Charles McCullough Kathy McKean Romona Merriman Wayne Miller Jerry Momingstar Sara Nickels Ted Nussbaum Linda ©s term an Carol Painter Sara Ploughe Ted Rash Don Raudenbush Linda Rich Johnny Riojas Mary Riojas Linda Roe Diana Roudenbush Michael Sauers Roger Schnepp Brian Schwartz Etta Schwartz Patalina Shaffer Duane Shifferly Allen Shoaf Janet Smith Sharon Smith Steve Smith Janice Soldner Linda Stevens Camiel Striker Steve Stucky Lou Ann Tonner Dale Uhrick Susan Wagley Kathy Watkins James Welch Judy Workinger Tad Wulliman 49 r CLASS OFFICERS: Gretta Wulliman, treasurer; Mrs. Munson, sponsor; Mrs. Archbold, sponsor; Mrs. Williamson, sponsor; Raymond Adler, president, Gretchen Yost, vice- president; Diane Stetler, secretary. Raymond Adler Ralph Aschliman Linda Balsiger Harriet Bercot Lois Bieberich Allen Birch Richard Borne Blair Brown Jack Brown Jane Bryan John Bunner Michael Burke Judy Butler Richard Clark Bonnie Cook Robert Cook Roger Currie Cheryl Dick Judy Double Marsha Engle Richard Everett Nona Fox Barbara Garwood Cathy Gerber Gloria Gerber Janet Gerber James Gilbert Danny Green Janet Hamrick Myron Hamrick Dennis Harvey Darrell Heyerly Von Heyerly Janet Hill Harvey Hilton 50 Freshmen Amanda Hilty Carol Hilty Jerome Hilty David Hitchcock Judy Hoffman Nancy Irwin Lyle Kaehr Leon Kauffman Rita King Melissa Kipfer Ruth Kipfer Stephen Kershner Wayne Kirchner Carol Macy Eva Mankey Beverly Martin Leland McALhaney LaDonna McCullough Donna Miller James Miller Leon Morgan Dianne Moser Gregory Neiford Roger Noll Lynn Ratcliff Darlene Rich Stanley Rich Alan Ringger Deryll Ringger Jesse Riojas Jerry Ripple Rex Roe Robert Ross Phyllis Sapp Linda Sauers Edward Schwartz Mary Schwartz Patrick Sheehan Steven Sommer David Sovine Ann Sprunger Karen Sprunger Diane Steffen Diana Stetler Danny Strayer Bill Stucky Linda Tonner Anna Troyer Steve Tumbleson Gretta Wulliman Gretchen Yost Pansy Zimmerman 51 FRONT ROW: J. Dague, I. Cauble, D. Geyer, A, Girod, C. Cook, C. Elem, P. Irwin. SECOND ROW: D. Carver, E. Garwood, R. Haggard, P. Bentz, C. Borne, P. Fiechter, L, Henschen, Mr. Adler. THIRD ROW: A. Hough, N. Edgell, V. Burkhead, D. Denniston, M. Evanson, B. Harris, D. Bieberich. FOURTH ROW: L. Ellenberger, R. Boll nbacher, D. Harmon, J. Harvey, D. Echelbarger, G. Hart. Grade 8 FRONT ROW: L. Longsworth, I. Hindenlang, B. Miller, J. Beer, K. Myers, B. Mann, S. Hitchcock, S. Kirchner. SECOND ROW: J. Nussbaum, A. Knittle, R. Reinhart, J. Lantz, B. Miller, M. Hilty, C. Raudenbush, Mr. Sprung- er, THIRD ROW: J. Jones, C. High, M. Kaehr, P. Nussbaum, P. Isch, C. McClain, O. Mauricio, L. Nussbaum. FOURTH ROW: M. Anderson, L. Mitchel, T. Patrick, R. Miller, D. Hirschy, R. Hill, D. Manly, R. Reynolds, D. Luginbill. 52 FRONT ROW: D. Wickey, R. Wickey, J. Stucky, B. Tonner, M. Stucky, D. Roudebush, J. Wulliman, G. Ripple. SECOND ROW: W. Ross, L. Shoaf, G. Wable, A. Schug, D. Roe, T. Bebout, L. Roe, Mr. Green. THIRD ROW: J. Sommer, L. Soldner, D. Strayer, J. Riff, C. Watkins, D. Rich, A. Teeple, R. Tonner. FOURTH ROW: L. Rich, T. Schmitt, D. Sanders, D. Striker, B. Zurcher, J. Wagley, T. Swygart. Grades 7 8 FRONT ROW: K. Brodbeck, S. Everett, G. Case, C. Cook, R. Bailey, B. Brunner, C. Hammrick, C. Fox, J. Funk. SECOND ROW: R. Cook, G. Archer, B. Borne, J. Burkhead, M. Cook, N. Gerber, J. Frantz, P. Arnold, N. Brown, Mr. Engle. THIRD ROW: D. Haines, R. Fenning, B. Birch, B. Harmon, B. Irwin, D. Aschliman, L. Beavers. FOURTH ROW: J. Connelley, B. Bowers, J. Garwood, B. Adler, B. Genth, T. Bebout, R. Eckelbarger. 53 FRONT ROW: D, Shoaf, P. Springer, L, Springer, L, Steury, B. Zimmerman, R. Schwartz, S. Schaffer, Mr. Brown. SECOND ROW: C. Williamson, L. Stetler, L. Schaffer, J. Meser, S. Schwartz, L. Troyer, M. Shetler. THIRD ROW: B. Tinkham, J. Sipe, B. Striker, D. Tumbleson, K. Sommersett, S. Stump, K. Steiner. FOURTH ROW: R. Smith, S. Steury, M. Schmitt, S. Smith, W. Steury, M. Sommers, B. Tonnielier, J. Tinkham. Grade FRONT ROW: G. Hirshy, R. Neunschwander, M. Roth, J. Nussbaum, D. Light, R. Longsworth, M. Heare, B. Kip- fer, S. Leyse. SECOND ROW: M. Riley, M. Mihm, C. Moser, R. Kaehr, S. Hurst, L. Nussbaum, L. Kipfer, J. Mankey, Mr. Hindenlang. THIRD ROW: C. Harvey, A. Hilty, J. Kaehr, M. Lantz, J. Raudenbush, M. Isch, N. Reed, L. Mauricio. FOURTH ROW: G. Leyse, M. Royer, D. Ray, D. Moeschberger, G. Riojas, H. McDermott, H. Reed, L. Harvey. 54 FRONT ROW: D. Fisher, S. Tullis, D. Clark, A. Nussbaum, E. Geyer, G. Hart, A. Hirschy. SECOND ROW: J. Riley, K. Webb, M. Gerber, K. Shaffer, J. Redding, S. Stucky, C. Lawson, K. Martin. THIRD ROW: R. Aschli- man, D. Eyanson, D. Gaunt, P, Hill, R. Bryan, K. Mutchler, L. Balsiger, W. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: B. Slusher, T. Steury, K. Rich, T. Soldner, T. Reinhart, P. Elam, M. Liechty, T. Steffen, Mr. Ehrsam. Grade6 FRONT ROW: S. Bertsch, J. Miller, D. Haines, M. Kaehr, J. Double, R. Reinhard, T. Longenberger, T. Stevens. SECOND ROW: D. Hack, S. Fiechter, C. Ringger, L. Mattax, S. Smith, L. Teeple, M. Gilbert, S. Baumgartner. THIRD ROW: C. Martin, S. Geimer, C. Reinhart, K. Nussbaum, P. Vidal, A. Hilty, R. Wickey, A. Shifferly. FOURTH ROW: P. Wickey, S. Foreman, M. Terhune, J. Haugh, D. Reinhard, R. Minnich, S. Zurcher, J. Patrick, Mr. Johnson. 55 FRONT ROW: J. Brunner, C. Case, C. Noll, R. Morrison, A. Riley, R. Bollenbacher, R. Coil, C. Cook, J. Su- man, D. Tinkham. SECOND ROW: R. Crownover, C. Springer, J. Johnson, F. Nickels, K. Kraft, Mr. Everett, S. Lyons, M. Miller, D. Bailey, S. Neiferd. Grades 5 6 Grade 6 FRONT ROW: J. Myers, L. Zurcher, P. Shoaf, V. Bowers, A. Steller, D. Andrews, L. Dishong, D. Tinkham, V. Reinhart. SECOND ROW: S. Oliver, D. Jones, S. Roe, D. Eckelbarger, C. Hand, D. Heyerly, P. Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: M. Edgell, T. Stoury, B. Kelter, J. Becher, K. Riff, D. Hoffman, B. Hilty, C. Martin, K. Gerber, R. Stucky, J. McClain, S. Gerber, A. Hamilton, Mr. Strahm, 56 FRONT ROW: J. Rich, R. Fox, R. High, R. Geyer, B. Stroller, G. Watkins, R. Bollenbacher. SECOND ROW: D. Borne, J. Zurcher, A. Engle, D. Nussbaum, P. Tonnelier, L. Wulliman, C. Pierce. THIRD ROW: R. Arnold, C. Goldner, G. Garwood, L. Gerber, A. Rendon, K. Moeschberger, S. Silva, V. Schrock, C. Steiner. FOURTH ROW: J. Nussbaum, D. Studabaker, B. Hilton, T. Rupert, D. Barger, M. Jackson, O. Hilton, D. Longsworth, D. Gerig, Mrs. Egley. Grade 5 FRONT ROW: C. Hamilton, M. Shaffer, R. Moser, M. Ellenberger, J. Schwartz, J. Wickey, G. Tullis, D. Shet- ler, R. Smith, R. Rendon. SECOND ROW: E. Kipfer, L. Aschliman, S. Christman, P. Shoaf, L. Shetler, M. Jasso, C. Evanson, D. Zurcher. THIRD ROW: E. Gerber, J. Miller, A. Riojas, C. Wickey, P. Hirschy, J. Patrick, M. Schwartz, C. Germann, B. Neuenschwander. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Watkins, B. Genth, R. Irwin, N. Beer, B. Teeple, V. Shoaf, A. Arnold, G. Striker, P. Kershner. 57 Grade 5 Grades 4 5 FRONT ROW: J. Ortt, S. Ehrsam, J. Shoaf, M. Thatcher, T. Everett, S. Wolfe, M. Morrison, G. Hindenlang, M. Lyons, R. Rehm. SECOND ROW: D. Johnson, T. Moser, J. Irwin, P. Nickles, Mrs. Mitchel, B. Sheehan, B. Sheets, S. Workinger, C. Tinkham, FRONT ROW: T. Garner, A. Flores, J. Rich, K. Kauffman, D. Smith, A. Mauricio, D. Thomas. SECOND ROW: R. Garwood, K. Steury, R. Yost, T. Gerber, V. Baxter, A. Aschliman, S. Kaehr, L. Reed. THIRD ROW: S. Tor¬ rez, N. Haggard, L. Schwartz, M. Cauble, D. Everett, D. Neadstine, J. Merriman, M. Nussbaum, S. Webb, E. Gi- rod. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Teeter, N. Adler, F. Soto, B. Schug, P. Strait, J. Connelley, B. Liechty, S. Mailer, G. Schmitt. 58 FRONT ROW: R. Mailloux, K. Steiner, A. Heyerly, J. Gerber, T. Ruiz, T. Garwood, P. Jasso. SECOND ROW: P. Kennel, R. Martin, D. Cash, K, Fisher, V. Peterson, I. Kaehr, K. Ehrman. THIRD ROW: S. Mankey, S. Rich, S. Kiser, P, Terhune, C. Girod, R. Thapr, M. Hilty, R. Sommer. FOURTH ROW: E. Hilty, A. Yost, K. Hirschy, C. Rich, L. Adler, L. Gaunt, S. Bertsch, Mrs. Byerly. Grade 4 FRONT ROW: R. Engle, R. Owens, G. Roe, G. Gerber, R. Rich, R. Tullis, R. Andrews. SECOND ROW: T. Sprunger, B. Mailer, S. Studabaker, D. Kelsey, D. Ecklebarger, O. Vargas, M. Steury. THIRD ROW: D. Garwood, A. Mauricio, T. Biberstine, L. Heyerly, D. Leyse, J. Gilbert, J. Haggard, J. Funk, T. Hockenberry. FOURTH ROW: D. Torrez, C. Slausher, S. Meyers, P. Isch, K. Arnold, R. Miller, L. Wickey, Mrs. Reynolds. 59 FRONT ROW: R. Gerber, M. Klinger, L. Garner, M. Zimmerman, G. Hack, V. Steiner. SECOND ROW: C. Stoller, J. Harvey, M. Amstutz, W. Hirschy, D. Roe,D.Lo ngenberge r, N. Fiechter. THIRD ROW: J. Rich, J. Soldner, R. Borne, C. Byerly, T. Morningstar, S. Kaehr, D, Dailey, R, Garwood. FOURTH ROW: Miss Springer, A. Mitchel, J. Hilty, R. Osterman, S. Nussbaum, D. Welch, D. Roe, R. Troyer, Mrs. Kuhn. Grades 3 4 FRONT ROW: G. Double, J. Bluhm, M. Hilty, G. Landis, J. Wittwer, M. Zurcher, T. Steed. SECOND ROW: C. Bebout, L. Yost, R. Reichert, E. Torrez, K. Barger, B. Steury, M. Garwood, V. Kolter, N. Ruiz. THIRD ROW: D. Girod, S. Burkhart, S. Schrock, N. Wagley, S. Neadstine, M. Hilty, V. Schwartz, C. Johnson, G. Jasso, T. Jack- son. FOURTH ROW: J. Bergman, C. Martinez, R. Bryan, L. Schwartz, D. Harvey, B. Miller, K. Ringger, M. Raudenbush, S. Fiechter, Mrs. Inniger. 60 FRONT ROW: M. Kaehr, J. Groff, S. Lantz, K. Fruechte, J. Houk, B, Martin, J. Elder. SECOND ROW: L. Barger, S. Habegger, B. Kaehr, E. Miller, J. Vaughn, S. Bassett, K. Steffen, P. Reed. THIRD ROW: J. Miller, C. LaMar, C. Reinhard, M. Manley, S. Serna, S. Hoopingamer, J. Geisel, L. Schwartz, D. Biberstine. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Mills, S. Bieberick, R. Young, J. Beery, G. Patrick, R. Mutschler, G. Everett, J. Vaughn. Grade 3 FRONT ROW: R. Myers, D. Steury, J. Martin, M. Zurcher, D. Longsworth, T. Becher. SECOND ROW: J. Baxter, K. King, M. Bieberich, D. Wable, S. Hand, B. Arnold, S. Rash, C. Fruchte, S. Mattax. THIRD ROW: J. Wies- man, G. Hill, M. Gilbert, R. Sprunger, J. Moser, P. Sauers, A. Mitchel, S. Schwartz, D. Eyanson. FOURTH ROW: K. Zimmerman, J. Slusher, D. Kershner, R. Landis, L. Schwartz, R. Reynolds, D. Inniger, D. Haines, R. Hurst, Mrs. Haggard. 61 FRONT ROW: K. Jones, R. Dague, T. Tinkham, B. Hitchcock, S. Everett, S. Case, P. Brodbeck, J. Springer, R. Hoffman, R. Ortt. SECOND ROW: M. Riley, J. Thather, R. Mihm, K. Sowards, J. Ross, J. Workinger, L. Nickels, E. Watkins, M. Noll, Mrs. Koch. THIRD ROW: D. Huston, R. Lichtenberger, R. Cook, S. Elzey, C. Poor, T. Light, J. Johnson, J. Chapman, K. Sheehan, C. Thicker. Grades 2 3 Grade 2 FRONT ROW: J. Trevino, R. Landis, L. Marckel, B. Landis, M. Gilbert, K. Bowman, SECOND ROW: C. Zurcher, J. Kaehr, K, Terhune, C. Nussbaum, D. Kelsey, J. Hack, J, Dennison, B. Bergman. THIRD ROW: E. Smith, M. Weisman, D. Simon, L. Peterson, C. Mitchel, A. Raudenbush, J. Gilbert, D. Rupert, L. Stucky. FOURTH ROW: D. Adler, J. Funk, O. Ruiz, C, Hale, S. King, A. Irwin, D. Rich, G. Gerber, Mrs. Stahly. 62 FRONT ROW: E. Cavanaugh, S. Kaehr, D. Tinkham, R. Gerber, J. Miller, B. Hoffman, R, Niossbaum. SECOND ROW: D. Aschliman, J. Riff, D. Carr, D. Feichter, N. Bassett, M. Schwartz, L. Vaughn, A. Nussbaum, THIRD ROW: D. Christman, D. Mankey, J. Ellenberger, S. Gerber, J. Houk, S. Poorman, D. Miller, K. Nussbaum. FOURTH ROW: S. Mauricio, A. Steury, S. Schlickman, K. Wulliman, M. Nussbaum, N. Sprunger, J. Serna, M. Sauers, D. Moser, Miss Smalley. Grade 2 FRONT ROW: S. Longenberger, D. Bertsch, K. Ehrman, J. Harvey, B. Garwood, R. Manley. SECOND ROW: R. Martin, M. Double, R. Gaskill, D. Strayer, M. Mora, S. Girod, D. Roe, D. Klinger. THIRD ROW: I. Groff, D. Pierce, N. Engle, C. Manley, S. Fuelling, R. Myers, G. Andrews. 63 FRONT ROW: D. Noll, L. Ehrsam, D. Edgell, R. Bebout, M. Gallogly, T. Wolfe, K. Watkins, T. Girod, J. Thatcher, B. Wolfe. SECOND ROW: S. Bollenbacher, D. Johnson, L. Carter, G. Morrison, G. Everett, J. Ever¬ ett, J. Brodbeck, C. Cook, S. Morrison, Mrs. Clements. THIRD ROW: B. Sprunger, D. Workinger, S. Bailey, R. Mihm, L. Edwards, D. Feasel, R. Elzey, M. Hurst, B, Wolfe, J. Tinkham, D. Lyons, S. Huston. Grades 1 2 Grade 1 FRONT ROW: T. Kirchner, K. Barger, E. Steffen, J. Genth, M. Honaker, T. Kirchner, T. Sheets. SECOND ROW: J. Steffen, J. Gerber, L. Burkhead, J. Kauffman, C. Roe, J. Reed, J. Beery, L. Winans. THIRD ROW: D. Pumple, C. Hand, K. Ehrman, M. Amstutz, D. Gerber, D. Teeple, J. Mora, M. Hoopingamer. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Duck¬ worth, F. Coppess, B. Studabaker, N. Arnold, E. Fisher, R. Fiechter, J. Wilson, L. Myers, D. Garwood, D. Hirschy, M. Schwartz. 64 FRONT ROW: B. Groff, D. Gerig, R. Zurcher, M. Webb, R. Heiser, S. Garner, L. Stoller, D. Hilty, W. Shetler. SECOND ROW: P. Bryan, C. Hart, H. Ringger, A. Sells, C. Cavanaugh, C. Cavanaugh, T. Nussbaum, C. Eyan- son, L. Jackson, T. Schrock, L. Stucky. THIRD ROW: M. Bertsch, M. Mitchel, R. Conrad, J. Pierce, J. Rich, S. Eckelbarger, R. Fennig, L, Arnold, D. Leyse, D. Weisman, T. Adler, F. Trevino, K, Nussbaum, R. Rauch, T. Slusser. FOURTH ROW: Miss Driscal, Mrs, Habegger. Grade 1 FRONT ROW: A. Tonner, P. Vargas, R. Kaiser, D. Klinger, E. Dick, G. Hill, D. Gerber. SECOND ROW; S. Martin, L. Irwin, L. Steury, S. Weaver, C. Zurcher, P. Reinhart, L. Patric, R. Roe, J. Redding. THIRD ROW: B. Burkhart, T. Liechty, E, Mauricio, B. Gerber, A. Gerber, B. Ostermeyer, J. Byerly, R, Johnson, S. Borne. FOURTH ROW: M. Nussbaum, R. Jasso, G. Manley, K. Steffen, C. Hirschy, M. Parrish, J. Soldner, S. Bauman, Mrs. Griffiths. 65 Central had many other sports be¬ sides basketball in which students could participate in. From cross country and baseball in the fall to track in the spring, our athletes kept themselves in " shape. " The important role that sports played in the school activities was the ever growing spirit of competition that was created as the athletes strived for unity. Work for Teamwork Through Sports Pep Club Backs the “Flying Jets” " BLAST ' EM JETS, BOMBS AWAY! " With the consolidation of Pleasant Mills and Adams Central, the pep club and cheer¬ leaders had a new name to yell. The kids backed the " Flying Jets " all the way whether they won or lost. The new colors, red and white, were worn by pep club mem¬ bers at each home game. Words for a new school song sang to the tune of " On Wis¬ consin " were written by Gloria Rupert. PEP CLUB OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Donna Miller, Judy Workinger, rep.; Margaret Rowden, pres.; Debby Smith, sec-treas.; Diana Hirschy, v. pres.; Darlene Rich, rep. SECOND ROW: Kathy Ehrsam, Marie Kaehr, Maris Moeschberger, Miriam Yager, Diane Raudenbush, rep. Pep Club. 68 SECOND TEAM Cheerleaders: Katliy McKean, Lou Ann Tonner, and Bonnie Hirschy. FIRST TEAM Cheerleaders: Suellen Bentz. 69 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: R. Stucky, D. Suman, J. Hill, S. Minnich, B. Hirschy, M. Ross, B. Mann. SECOND ROW: S. Miller, M. Leyse, R. Schnepp, A. Ringger, G. Clouse, D. Egley, S. Lehman, Mr. Zurcher. STATISTICIANS kept a close record of the good and bad points of a basketball game. The hardwood quintet was put through their paces by Mr. Zurcher and ended the season with a 15 wins and 4 loses record. This is one of the best records of an Adams Central team. The boys were able to achieve this record due to the effort put forth by each boy as he worked for unity. 70 1964 Sectional Champs TEAM CAPTAINS accept trophy from tourney manager, Mr. Honaker. The Adams Central Jets captured the 1964 Sectional by defeating the Hoagland Wildcats in an overtime, 59 AC to 57 Hoagland. The quintet con¬ tinued their winning streak by defeating the Monmouth Eagles, 61 to 58. They finished the sectional by ousting the Berne Bears, 78 to 60. Central’s Jets Strive for Teamwork Through Unity VARSITY SCOREBOARD OPPONENT AND SCORE AC OPPONENT AND SCORE AC 54 . . . . Monmouth. 4 WAY TOURNEY 49 . . . . Leo. . 63 50 . . . . Monmouth. . . 61 47 . . . . Decatur. . 60 55 . . . . Ossian. . . 45 49 . . . . Lancaster. . 60 46 . . . . Decatur Catholic. . . . 63 46 . . . . Dunkirk. . 59 49 . . . . Portland. . . 58 62 . . . . Ossian. . 57 55 . . . . Hoagland. . . 53 60 . . . . Woodlan. . 64 51 . . . . Pennville. . . 96 62 . . . . Berne. . 48 57 . . . . Monroeville. . . 87 50 . . . . Elmhurst. . 60 64 . . . . Geneva . . . 71 62 . . . . Auburn . . . 86 64 . . . . Bluffton. . . 80 THE JETS worked hard during practices to improve their shooting. RESERVE TEAM. FRONT ROW: T. Rash. SECOND ROW: J. Butler, D. Raudenbush, S. Smith, S. Stucky, D. Cook. THIRD ROW: J. Ehrsam, G. Marckel, J, Momingstar, C. Striker, B. Schwartz, E. Bentz, Mr. Bryan. Reserve Freshmen, and Junior High OPPONENT AND SCORE AC 35.Monmouth.31 38.Leo.30 37.Decatur.31 32 .Lancaster.30 48.Decatur Catholic.45 28 .Dunkirk.66 41.Ossian.37 41.Woodlan.39 33 .Berne.44 44.Elmhurst.31 TOURNEY 32 .Monmouth.54 26.Berne.28 44.Portland.52 29 .Hoagland.36 33 .Pennville.60 25.Monroeville.44 35.Geneva.48 32.Auburn.71 46.Bluff ton.55 m 72 FRESHMAN TEAM. CHEERLEADERS: Carol Tonner and Dianne Moser. FRONT ROW: D. Ringger, B. Brown, R. Cook, B. Stucky, S. Rich, J. Miller, R. Currie. SECOND ROW: R. Borne, A. Birch, J. Gilbert, D. Green, R. Adler, D. Harvey, Mr. Hoopingarner. Begin Training for Varsity JUNIOR HIGH TEAM. CHEERLEADERS: D. Geyer, B. Brunner, D. Roudebush. FRONT ROW: L. Rich, M. Schmitt, S. Steury, P. Bentz, K. Sommersett, W. Borne, M. Heare, G. Hirschy, P. Arnold, Mr. Hoopingarner. SECOND ROW: J. Sipe, D, Bieberich, L. Mitchel, R. Reynolds, D. Sanders, T. Schmitt, B. Zurcher, J. Frantz. 73 Baseball and Cross Country CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. FRONT ROW: R. Stucky, P. Hirschy, T. Ehrsam, J. Cauble, D. Green, D. Egley, P. Isch, K. Heyerly, S. Smith, Mr. Bryan. SECOND ROW: J. Ehrsam, B. Brown, S. Green, J. Morningstar, W. Macy, M. Leyse, P. Ehrsam, B. Bluhm, A. Ringger, R. Schnepp, B. Schwartz, C. Striker, K. Habegger, J. Rash, R. Kip- fer. Winners and Runners-up for Season 9 9 63 Adams Central 15 Monmouth 55 9 12 63 Adams Central 27 Decatur 53 9 16 63 Geneva 25 Adams Central 33 9 19 63 Bluff ton 26 Adams Central 43 9 23 63 Adams Central 29 Bryant 41 9 30 63 Adams Central 21 Decatur Catholic E.W.V.C. 52 Geneva 30 Adams Central 39 74 Boys Produce Hot Scores BASEBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: B. Mann, S. Smith, J. Rash, S. Rich, J. Morningstar, Mr. Zurcher, J. Hill, R. Welch, J. Case, S. Green, R. Stucky, W. Macy, A. Ringger, D. Green, G. Clouse, D. Egley, S. Lehman, R. Funk, B. Schwartz. Monmouth ... 7 Adams Central.11 Leo.11 Adams Central.2 Monroeville . . 7 Adams Central.1 Monmouth ... 9 Adams Central.8 Ossian.7 Adams Central.3 Albany.5 Adams Central.6 75 School does not occupy all of the Centralites time. Students always have time to join a club and participate in its activities with other students. These clubs offer students a chance to learn to co-operate with others as they help on many different committees. There have been two new clubs added to the agenda. The students joined each other in back¬ ing the Spanish and Rifle Clubs. We Have Harmony In Organizations ANNUAL STAFF. FRONT ROW: D. Hirschy, B. Osterman, B. Rash, N. Habegger, Mr. Shoup, E. Beer, D. Stucky, M. Moeschberger, B. Soldner, M. Kaehr, C. Hoagland, C. DeVine, K. Michaels. SECOND ROW: M. Yager, L. Johnson, G. Rupert, J. Clark, V. Adler, D. Smith, P. Hirschy, C. Steffen, N. Bertsch, P. Ripley, S. Camall, J. Kaehr, E. Miller, A. Inniger, L. Conrad. THIRD ROW: W. Morrison, B. Hirschy, I. Serna, E. Sapp, M. Wechter, C. Schwartz, M. Leyse, P. Workinger, J. Hirschy, I. Steffen, L. Shaffer, S. Bentz, J. Steffen, N. Aschliman. FOURTH ROW: D. Egley, K. Heyerly, R. Steury, R. Habegger, T. Ehrsam, W. Macy, J. Rash, D. Aschliman, N. Longsworth, G. Engle, J. Ringger, D. Ayala, L. Ryle, G. Zimmerman, S. Cook. FIFTH ROW: A. Ringger, D. Poling, E. Nussbaum, K. Habegger, C. Ringger, K. Aschliman, E. Harvey, K. Christman, K. Bieberich, M. Row- den, S. Bercot, C. Everett, R, Mattax, M. Kaehr. SIXTH ROW: R. Stucky, L. Sipe, R. Kershner, V. Hedington, N. Brokaw, B. Strait, L. Springer, D. Harmon, B. Mann, S. Miller, S. Lehman, R. Welch, P. Ehrsam. News and Annual Staffs Work Hard ANNUAL OFFICERS: Maris Moesch¬ berger, asst, editor; Don Stucky, edi¬ tor; Mr. Shoup, sponsor; Mary Jo Kaehr, photographer; Ed Beer, business manager. 78 i FRONT ROW: D. Roudebush, M. Kaehr, C. Steffen, Mrs. Archbold, S. Teeter, C. Isch, SECOND ROW: J. Sold- ner, B. Soldner, N. Bertsch, P, Ripley, M. Moeschberger, R. Rash. THIRD ROW: M. Leyse, P. Hirschy, J. Hirs- chy, R. Welch, R. Kipfer, I. Steffen. To Meet Approaching Deadlines Students await the arrival of the newspaper as the editor, Sandy Teeter passes it out. The annual and newspaper staff ' s biggest problem to overcome was the meeting of the deadlines . The paper was edited by Sandy Teeter, and was produced every two weeks. The pic¬ tures for the annual were taken by RSM of several dates during the 1963-1964 year. 79 FFA OFFICERS; Steve Kaehr, John Steffen, Ron Habegger, Mr. Watson, Ed Beer, Paul Hirschy, Ben Bluhm, Larry Mailer. POULTRY JUDGING TEAM members, Ed Beer, Larry Mailer, Paul Ehrsam review books for extra pointers. The FFA chapter has been organized in Adams Central for fourteen years. It meets regularly once a month and has special meetings for the fathers. The active members of the chapter partici¬ pated in the soil, crop, livestock, dairy, vegetable, and poultry judging teams. The annual Thanksgiving program was another of its activities. Future Farmers of America. I 80 I SOIL JUDGING TEAM members, Larry Mailer, Steve Kaehr, Phil Isch, and Bill Tonner study samples of soil. CROP JUDGING TEAM members, Paul Hirschy, Kint Whitacre, and Steve Kaehr examine different crops. JOHN STEFFEN, Jim Ehrsam, Barry Isch, and Bill Tonner study magazine for tips about livestock. DAIRY JUDGING TEAM members, Brian Schwartz, Art Ringger, and Max Beer examine a Holstein, VEGETABLE JUDGING TEAM members, Richard Gerber, Phil Isch, and James Ehrsam study pamphlet on vegetables. 81 The YFC Club is growing in size as well as spiritually as Mr. Henkel leads the group toward their goal of reaching teenagers. The YFC Club meet weekly on Tuesday nights. The Club also has a quiz team that is lead by Miriam Yager. YFC OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Libby Summersett, secretary; Judy Hirschy, president; Linda Stevens, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Ted Nussbaum, Ron Ha- begger, vice-president; Miriam Yager, quiz cap¬ tain. YFC TRUMPET TRIO: Tad Wulliman, Maris Moeschberger, Reginald Con¬ verse, John Geimer. , 1 f f • YFC CLUB. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. FRONT ROW: Carol DeVine, Judy Hirschy, Kathy Michaels, Larry Johnson, Editli Dennison, Mike Leyse, Imogene Steffen, Paul Hirschy, Jane Kaehr, Steve Miller, Sandra Teeter, Miss Beavers, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Marie Kaehr, Jim Rash, Jeanne Clark, Verna Adler, Steve Hilderbrand, Art Ringger, Warren Macy, Becky Soldner, Maris Moeschberger, Steve Kaehr, Carmi Steffen, Reginald Converse. NATIONALj HONOR SOCIETYi NHS OFFICERS: Miss Beavers, sponsor; Paul Hirs¬ chy, president; Jane Kaehr, secretary-treasurer; Kathy Michaels, vice-president. The National Honor Society has grown from fourteen members to its present membership of twenty-three with the consolidation of schools. The new members of the society were pinned in the Thanksgiving Day Program. Dramatic Club Presents Plays Ih V Ml mM L I Hi T Hb w I i 1 p m DRAMATICS CLUB. FRONT ROW: N. Aschliman, J.Hirsc hy, M. Rowden, C. DeVine, D. Egley, Mr. Sprunger, Mr. Allspaw, M. Yager , S. Carnall, J. Kaehr, M, Habegger. SECOND ROW: K. Michaels, A. Fennig, D. Hirschy, E. Miller, N. Bertsch, K. Bieberich, G. Engle, D. Ayala, S. Bercot, C. Everett, R. Mattax. THIRD ROW: A. In- niger, B. Rash, C. Hoagland, R, Steury, K. Habegger, E. Nussbaum, J. Clark, C. Steffen, I. Steffen, J. Gilbert, L. Summersett. FOURTH ROW: B. Osterman, K. Reed, M. Anderson, P. Hirschy, R. Habegger, B. Schwartz, W. Miller, R. Schnepp, M. Sauers, M. Berry, L. Schug. DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS: Miriam Yager, secretary- treasurer; Don Egley, president; Mr. Sprunger and Mr. All¬ spaw, sponsors; Carol DeVine, vice-president. 84 i Sunshine Society Continues to Grow SUNSHINE OFFICERS FRONT ROW: J. Clark, v. pres.; B. Osterman, pres.; D. Hirschy, treas.; G. Engle, rec. sec. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stucky, sponsor; M. Gerber, cor. sec.; Mrs. Neilsen, spon¬ sor. The Adams Central Sunshine Girls sold candy and sweatshirts to obtain money to sponsor their formal initia¬ tion, " Daddy-Date Nite, " the Christ¬ mas party, the annual banquet, and the " Ideal Ladies-Mothers ' Tea . " The money was also used to pay for the food, clothing, shelter, and education of Wai Fong, the SSS ' s " adopted sister. " With Mrs. Neilsen’s and Mrs. Stucky ' s supervision, the Society ac¬ complished many helpful deeds with love in their hearts. Adams Central Sunshine Society. 85 Spanish and Rifle Clubs Are Organized I Rifle Club. SPANISH CLUB. FRONT ROW: J. Hakes, C. DeVine, J. Soldner, K. Michaels, C. Steffen, I. Sema, S. Hilde¬ brand, R. Welch. SECOND ROW: K. Reed, C. Gerber, J. Riojas, T. Rash, J. Clark, C. Painter, D. Hirschy, Miss Williamson. THIRD ROW: E. Miller, D. Roudenbush, K. Ehrsam, M. Riojas, C. Myers, J. Rash, W. Macy, R. Steury. 86 i Pep Band and Choir Provide Music for Enjoyment SENIOR CHOIR: FRONT ROW: L. Shaffer, G. WuIIiman, L. Genth, B. Rash, G. Zimmerman, R. Kipfer, K. Mi¬ chaels, C. Tonner, J. Ehrsam, B. Stucky, L. Kaehr, R. Kipfer, W. Morrison, R. Converse, H. Bercot, L. Sauers, V. Adler, C. Gerber, A. Inniger, G. Engle, Mr. Gerig. SECOND ROW: E. Schwartz, C. Arnold, L. Summersett, D. Roudenbush, M. Kaehr, G. Rupert, B. Osterman, C. Isch, S. Miller, S. Sommer, R. Borne, P. Ehrsam, R. Adler, E. Beer, J. Gillsert, M. Engle, K. Ehrsam, J. Hakes, J. Workinger, C. Anderson. THIRD ROW: D. Ayala, R. Mat- tax, P. Shaffer, J. Hirschy, A. Sprunger, S. Ploughe, L. Rich, C. Gerber, M. Sauers, J. Gilbert, M. Leyse, R. Steury, B. Schwartz, K. Bieberich, W. Adler, C. Everett, B. Hirschy, B. Soldner, G. Yost. FOURTH ROW: N. Ha- begger, D. Steffen, C. Connelley, N, Bertsch, A. Brone, B. Engle, M. Moeschberger, J. Hirschy, K. McKean, R. Gerber, R. Habegger, D. Landis, P. Hirschy, J. Geimer, N. Brokaw, C. Hoagland, S. Bercot, M. Rowden, S. Smith, D. Moser. FIFTH ROW: K. Engle, K. Christman, G. Gerber, L. Conrad, D. Hirschy, I. Steffen, M. Yager, J. Kaehr, G. Marckel, R. Welch, V. Hedington, D. Egley, R. Habegger, D. Stucky, L. Tonner, J. Soldner, M. Kaehr, M. Gerber, R. Merriman, J. Inniger. PEP BAND. FRONT ROW: W. Morrison, J. Workinger, L. Genth, V. Hedington, P. Ehrsam, V. Adler, Mr. Gerig. SECOND ROW: I. Steffen, L. Johnson, J. Hakes, M. Moeschberger, L. Summersett. THIRD ROW: D. Stucky, B. Soldner, R. Mattax, M. Rowden, J. Kaehr, K. Engle, L. Conrad. FOURTH ROW: M. Yager, R. Converse, C. Everett, T. WuIIiman, J. Geimer, C. Gerber. 87 Senior Band Marched FRONT ROW: J. Kaehr, D. Roudenbush, L. Stevens, I. Steffen, C. Isch, M. Kaehr, J. Soldner, L. Sauers, K. McKean, C. Connelley. SECOND ROW: M. Rowden, R. Mattax, R. King, A. Borne, D. Hirschy, C. Schwartz, A. Dennison, L. Johnson, M, Moeschberger, L. Kaufmann, D. Landis, G. Gerber, B. Stucky, J. Hakes. THIRD ROW: K. Engle, L. Conrad, J. Hammerick, P. Shaffer, C. Gerber, S. Ploughe, C. Arnold, L. Balsiger, D. Stetler, J. Smith, L. Rich, R. Borne, V. Heyerly, V. Hedington, P. Ehrsam, V. Adler, J. Gei- mer, S. Rich, J. Ehrsam, L, Ratcliff, R. Kershner. FOURTH ROW: M. Engle, A. Parrish, A. Inniger, B. Soldner, K. Bieberich, N. Ha- I Proudly in New Uniforms begger, N. Bertsch, R. Engle, L. Summersett, R. Clark, S. Miller, K. Habegger, A. Sprunger, S. Sommer, J. Gilbert, B. Schwartz, G. Engle, J. Hirschy, C. Everett, R. Gonverse, C. Gerber, M. Yager, S. Lehman, T, Wulliman, T. Nussbaum, R. Gerber, D. Heyerly. FIFTH ROW: D. Smith, J. Inniger, G. Zimmerman, C. Hoagland, J. Hirschy, D. Rich, A. Ringger, Mr. Gerig, D. Stucky, S. Landis, S. Kaehr, R. Adler, W. Morrison, S. Kershner, J. Workinger, L. Genth, C. Macy, L. Tonner, S. Bercot, S. Cook, P. Workinger, P. Zimmerman, M. Kaehr, R. Merriman, K. Ehrsam. DRLfM MAJOR, Art Ringger and Dmm Majorette, Debbie Smith. Beginners Prepare for Higher Goals BEGINNER ' S BAND. FRONT ROW: M. Cauble, D, Borne, S. Christman, V. Baxter, S. Webb, C. Eyanson, R. Yost, R. Arnold. SECOND ROW: E. Gerber, G. Garwood, M. Jackson, D. Nussbaum, L. Schwartz, R. High, J. Rich, S. Zurcher, K. Moeschberger, M. Nussbaum, B. Stoller, J, Merriman. THIRD ROW: A. Engle, L. Gerber, T. Gerber, C. German, V. Schrock, B. Nussbaum, D. Zurcher, Mr, Henkel, D. Smith, P. Kershner, J. Rich, D. Everett, D. Gerig, S. Mailer, G. Schmitt, G. Tullis, N. Adler, A. Arnold, R. Smith. INTERMEDIATE BAND. FRONT ROW: S. Geimer, D. Eckelbarger, C. Martin, M. Gerber, K.Nussbaum, S. Stucky. SECOND ROW: K. Webb, R. Stucky, K. Riff, D. Fischer, S. Tullis, M. Liechty, K. Rich, B. Slusher, A. Stoller, P. Elem. THIRD ROW: D. Heyerly, K.Fruchte, M. Gilbert, W. Johnson, Mr. Gerig, T. Soldner, S. Bert- sch, R. Minnich, L. Mattax, R. Reinhard, L. Zurcher. JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR. FRONT ROW: J. Moser, V. Zurcher, L. Nussbaum, L. Soldner, J. Sommer, J. Stucky, S. Smith, R. Smith, K. Summersett, M. Sommer, D. Tumbleson, C. Cook, S. Everett, J. Raudenbush, J. Kaehr, B. Kipfer, L. Kipfer, C. Harvey, Mr. Henkel. SECOND ROW: M. Schwartz, S. Shaffer, B. Zimmerman, L. Schaffer, D. Ray, N. Reed, P. Arnold, R. Neuenschwander, N. Gerber, J. Burkliead, B. Irwin, G. Case, D. Aschliman, J. Nussbaum, S Leyse, D. Roudebush, B. Mann, I. Hindenlang. THIRD ROW: R. Kaehr, C. Moser, R. Tonner, R. Tonner, V. Suman, N. Brown, J. Lantz, W. Borne, R. Tonnellier, G. McDermit, M. Stucky, J. Wulliman, J. Riff, R. Stavenik, M. Kaehr, P. Isch. FOURTH ROW: J. Cliristman, D. Dennison, G. Hart, J. Beer, P. Nussbaum, S. Raudebush, J. Frantz, R. Hill, S. Steury, J. Sipe, D. Moeschberger, M. Heare, D. Rich, C. Watkins, L. Henchen, I. Cauble, D. Geyer, C. Fox. FIFTH ROW: M. Lantz, J. Connelley, J. Mankey, G. Riojas, S. Schwartz, R. Longs- worth, D. Manly, R. Miller, J. Nussbaum, T. Patrick, R. Reynolds, A. Girod, A. Haugk, C. Borne, A. Teeple, C. Cook, L. Steury. JUNIOR HIGH BAND, FRONT ROW: C. Moser, J. Moser, D. Rich, M. Kaehr, L. Soldner, R. Kaehr, B. Kipfer, S. Shaffer. SECOND ROW: N. Reed, B. Harmon, C. Cook, D. Ray, L. Nussbaum, S. Schwartz, W. Borne, M. Isch, M. Lantz, R. Cook, J. Frantz, L. Steury, M. Schwartz, B. Mann, L. Nussbaum, R. Stavenik. THIRD ROW: J. Christman, J. Wulliman, J. Stucky, P. Nussbaum, B. Birch, B. Bowers, J. Nussbaum, L. Beavers, D. Sanders, D. Moeschberger, D. Bieberich, N. Brown, R. Smith, D. Manly, J. Riff, P. Arnold, K. Steiner, S. Steury, L. Schug, R. Reynolds, L. Mitchel. FOURTH ROW: L. Henchen, R. Tonner, R. Tonner, D. Roudebush, M. Stucky, D. Dennison, D. Geyer, M. Royer, R. Hill, B. Zurcher, P. Isch, S. Leyse, Mr. Henkel. 91 Advertising The dealers located in Monroe, Berne, Pleasant Mills, Lynn Grove, Decatur, Bluffton, Geneva, Preble, and Craigville helped make this annual pos¬ sible through the sale of merchandise and the buying of ads. Have Unity T Through Our Community M I PHONE 2-2162 MILK PRODUCTS ICE CREAM FROZEN FOODS THE FIRST STATE BANK Established " 1883 " Decatur, Indiana Cen-Trails Boosters BERr E Berne Locker Storage Berne Master Feed Store Clauser Furniture Dr. EdgiarP. Sprunger Dr. Howqrd M. Luginbill Dr. Max A. Lehman, Veterinarian G. C. Mo r Insurance Hendricks El tric Larry ' s Barber op Lehman Feed MiU Leichty Bros. Plmg Heating Mennonite Book Corkiern Mel ' s Restaurant Norman E. Beavers, MD yy Poplar Drive Inn m Rich ' s Barber Shop Schwartz Gift Shop and Food Center j Serv-us Store Inc. The Habit Cleaners BLUFFTON Croy ' s Machine Shop i Rauch ' s Barber Shop j Shafer Tractor Sales GENEVA Hanni Furniture, Home Furnishings Kozy Korner Restaurant Naas Foods, Inc. MONROE L-P Gas Monroe Washer-Repair Service DECATUR Adams County Trailer Soles, Inc. Cash ' s Gift and Floral Shop Chic Dry Cleaners and Laundry Culligan Water Cond. and Service Commercial Printing Shop Dairy Queen Decatur Auto Supply Decatur Dry Cleaners Decatur Equipment Inc. Decatur Supply House Inc. Donut Shop Downtown Texaco F. McConnell and Sons Gulf Super Service Kelly ' s Dry Cleaning Kenny ' s OK Barber Shop Mazelin ' s Coin Laundry Dry-Cleaning Mrs. Lloyd Miller, Fashion Frocks Norval S. Rich, MD Rentz Florist Shaffer ' s Restaurant Teen Togs Uhrick Brothers Village Beauty Salon Wertzberger ' s Confectionery Western Auto PLEASANT MILLS Fred ' s Barber Shop Credit Bank Building Equipment Corporation of America Save and Bank at EMICK ' S BOWL US 22 North Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2927 Featuring AMF ' S New-Sparemaker GRABER INSURANCE INC. Insurance and Bonds US27 N P.O. Box 84 Ph. 2-2904 Berne, Indiana BERNE LUMBER COMPANY Quality Building Material Most Complete Mill Room in Adams County NAGEL ' S QUALITY FLOWERS Since 1910 Berne, Indiana ZUERCHER MUSIC STORE Everything for the Musician P.O. Box 272, US Hi-Way 27 S. Berne, Indiana BERNE OIL COMPANY The Finest in Petroleum Products Berne, Indiana MOSER MOTOR SALES Ford and Mercury Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2171 NEUENSCHWANDER INC. Complete Insurance Service " Anxious to Please " Phone 2-2211 Berne, Indiana RIESEN SHUG MOTORS Chrysler—Plymouth— Valiant Body and Fender Work Phone 2-2615 Berne, Indiana Congratulations and Success to the Senior Class of 1964 BERNE 56 TO $1 The Paint and Wallpaper Spot BERNE HI-WAY HATCHERY Honegger Layers, Chicks and Pullets Ready-Built Buildings US 27 N.—Ph. 2-2607—Berne, Ind. BERNE WITNESS Published Every Mon., Wed., Fri. Carries More Adams County News Than Any Other Newspaper FLICK ' S BODY SHOP Berne, Indiana GLOBE HATCHERIES " Babcock Layers " American Real Business Hen Berne and Ossian Indiana STAN ' S MEN ' S WEAR In Our New Location at 168 West Main St. in Berne FIRST BANK OF BERNE Member: F.R.S. and F.D.I.C. Established 1891 Berne, Indiana BERNE MASTER FEED STORE The Garden Spot of the World Phone 2-2303 Berne, Indiana LEE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE For People Who Care What They Wear Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2175 I i GERBER ' S CENTRAL DAIRY Pasteurized Dairy Products Grade A Milk 230 West Market Street Bluffton, Indiana Phone 824-0610 THE DUTCH MILL On the Banks of the Wabash Bluffton, Indiana A Good Variety of Good Food CTS OF BERNE, INC. 406 Parr Road Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2106 D. W. FIREOVED, VETERINARIAN Phone 2-2460 Berne, Indiana YAGER FUNERAL HOME Air-Conditioned Funeral Home 24 Hr. Ambulance—Oxygen Equipped Phone 2-2158 Berne, Indiana FOOD TOWN MARKET Quality Meats and Grocery We Specialize in Swiss Cheese and Hickory Smoked Sausage Berne, Indiana GOODWIN FUNERAL HOME Bluffton, Indiana GERBER FURNITURE, INC. Phone 824-1200 Bluffton, Indiana I WM. STEFFEN SON Minneapolis—Moline Farm Equip. Phone 824-0722 657 Fort Wayne Road Bluffton, Indiana RSM STUDIO Portraits and Commercial Photography in Full Color Phone 313 Bluffton, Indiana GERBER FEED STORE " Your Honegger Dealer " Custom Grinding Bluffton, Indiana FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Bluffton, Indiana TOM WEIS MEN ' S WEAR Quality Clothes for Men and Boys 101 N. Second Street Decatur, Indiana BEAVERS OIL SERVICE " Friendliness Lives Here " Decatur, Indiana Pete Reynolds—Basketball Editor DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT Complete—Sports School Coverage Adams County ' s Only Daily Newspaper BOB ' S SEWING SERVICE CENTER Complete Line of Yard Goods Phone 3-4404 Decatur, Indiana DECATUR READY MIX " Ready Mix to Meet Your Specification " Phone 3-2561 Decatur, Indiana HAUGKS Plumbing—Heating—Appliances 209 N. 13th Ph. 3-3316 Decatur, Indiana DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE Home of Wurlitzer Pianos, Organs Decatur, Indiana HI-WAY SERVICE 1013 North Second Street Phone 3-2928 Decatur, Indiana PERSON INDUSTRY hooker paints UMSE!? ■■ GtASS HAR D £ ANDERSON INDUSTRY Hooker Paints Decatur, Indiana YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER PAUL W. REIDENBACH EQUIPMENT One Mile South of Decatur, Ind. Phone 3-2519 ADLER BROTHERS ' GARAGE Auto and Tractor Repair—Welding Craig. 2 on 8 6-6230 GERBER ' S SUPER MARKET Phone 3-2712 Hiway 27 Decatur, Indiana LELAND SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Monroe 1st St.—207 W. Wayne St. Decatur, Ind.—Fort Wayne, Ind. Phone 3-3111—Phone 742-3321 PHIL L. MACKLIN CO. " Chrysler, Dodge, Dodge Trucks " 107 South First Street Decatur, Indiana SHEETS FURNITURE CO. 150-152 S. Second Street Decatur, Indiana Quality Home Furnishings " Your Massey-Ferguson Dealer " DIERKES IMPLEMENT SALES Phone 3-3860 Decatur, Indiana ZINTSMASTER MOTORS Phone 3-2003 Oldsmobile—Cadi Mac—Rambler Sales and Service 108 W. Monroe St.—Decatur, Ind. ADAMS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 309 South 13th Street Phone 3-3104 Decatur, Indiana " Flowers for Every Occasion " LUTES FLOWERS Ph . 3-3304 Decatur, Indiana High-Quality Furniture HABEGGER-SCHAFER STORE Phone 3-3200 Decatur Indiana BANK OF GENEVA " A Complete Home Building Service " Geneva Indiana Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Co. STUCKY ' S GAS AND APPLIANCES Anhydrous Ammonia, 82% Nitrogen Phone 368-7228 Geneva, Ind. IDEAL SUBURBAN HOMES INC. 830 North 13th Street Decatur, Indiana MONROE TOWN HALL " Grow with Monroe " Monroe, Indiana K K MARKET INC. Monroe, Indiana PAULINE DICK " Rug-Weaving " 6-6583 Monroe, Indiana THE FRENCH ROOM Sharon Diehl, Hair Stylist Phone 6-5231 Monroe, Indiana FRIEDA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Frieda, Karlo, Jeanne Monroe, Indiana Phone 6-6025 LENGERICH PROCESSING SERVICE Custom Butchering Country Sausage Phone 2-6313 Monroe, Indiana ZEIGLER ' S BARBER SHOP Haircuts—Shampoos—Tonics Phone 2-6642 Monroe, Ind. COPPESS CORNERS Jet. 27 and 124 A Convenient Stop for Groceries, Fine Foods and Automotive Services Phone 2-6166 Monroe, Ind. RAY MILLER Farm Bureau Insurance mni ■■11 L. LANDRUM AND SONS Body and Paint Shop Monroe, Indiana E. D. SCHROCK General Contractor Builder of Fine Homes Monroe, Indiana Phone 6-5335 Working for You MONROE GRAIN SUPPLY COMPANY Grains, Feeds, Coal, Rat Bait Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6176 JOHN-ANN BEAUTY SALON John Ann U.S. 27 South of Coppess Corner Phone 6-5360 ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP LUMBER COMPANY Phone 6-6701 Monroe STUCKY FURNITURE CO. Where Your $ Buys More Monroe, Indiana Free Delivery DALE ' S STORE Phone 6-6575 Monroe, Indiana MODEL HATCHERY " Approved Hy-Line Baby Chicks " Monroe, Indiana ZURCHER ' S FIRESTONE SERVICE Your Firestone Distributor Phone 6-6551 Monroe, Indiana " AUTOMATIC " SPRINKLER CORPORATION OF AMERICA Monroe, Indiana LESTER K. SIPE General Agent Midwestern United Life Insurance Co. Phone 7-7530 R.R. 1—Monroe, Indiana " We Serve to Sell Again " R. H. EVERETT GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone 7-7430 Pleasant Mills, Indiana WILLIAMSON MARATHON SERVICE Pleasant Mills Tires, Gas,Oil, Grease Job, Clean Rest Rooms, Pop, Candy, Cigarettes MESHBERGER BROS. STONE CORP. Linn Grove 5-5311, Pleasant Mills Crushed Stone Truck Delivery CRAIGVILLE ELEVATOR COMPANY " Service with a Smile " Phone 565-3119 Craigville, Indiana PREBLE EQUITY EXCHANGE INC. Preble, Indiana LISTER ' S STORE " Groceries—Meats—Frozen Foods Ice Cream—Drugs—Post Office — Mobilgas " Preble, Indiana William Lister HEYERLY ' S MARKET INC. Phone 1 on 2 Bluffton, Indiana HEYERLY ' S BAKING INC. Phone 96 Ossian, Indiana GERBER LOCKER Custom Slaughtering and Curing Quality Beef Phone 565-3150 Craigville, Ind. PECK HARDWARE Standard Service Paints and Electrical Supplies Phone 7-4522 Preble, Indiana CONSULT US WALT ' S SUPER DOLLAR Berne Shop and Save at Walts FERRIS BOWER JEWELER Decatur Indiana Indiana INDEX Academics.10 Administration and faculty.24 Advertising.92 Freshmen.50 Grades.52 Juniors. 46 Organizations.76 Seniors.34 School Life.4 Sophomores.48 Sports.66 Autographs 112 it ”
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