Adams Central High School - Cen Trails Yearbook (Monroe, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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A dtJ VC ( O o Vv 2- 1 9 J JiX “ l- usi L tfo aJ,J 7 )fiil9zJ StlfctJ ' yjj9 J?aJ- jii LU 1 - 6 J -t£AJteJjLj. c9 L jLdktt iM sd 4 r c 7 ■V 7 s --g - fa. ■Ujk $Aj-vtUj ) 9 SK a, £ ‘ , .. x X % : ff C V , ■) TP W V o o c a w ■cJ ,J 1 CEN-TRAILS Monroe, Indiana Volume 16 Students moved in from all directions to attend Adams Central Community School in Monroe, Indiana. Central shot forward in education and recreation with its new kindergarten and the new tennis courts. Between classes Centralites hurriedly exchanged snatches of " Wasn ' t the his¬ tory test awful?” or " Meet me in the gym at noon. " Pupils rushed to the modern cafeteria for a hot lunch, and then chatted with their " atomic age " contempories or crammed in some studying in the library. In the brisk world of the presidential election, civil rights ' riots, and " hoots, " Centralites hustled all the time. As they jetted toward graduation, 1964-65 seemed to be THE SHORTEST YEAR. School Life 4 Academics 12 Organizations 24 Athletics 40 Personalities 52 Advertising 98 " ■ ' -i. v I The " Three Stooges " Janice Soldner, Cheryl Isch, " Boo! " yells the catcher, and Jim Hill jumps to and Kathy McKean are hiding behind the bus to do home plate, some last-minute memorizing. Jets Change Pace During Summer Vacation Steve Kaehr instructs a group in parliamentary procedure at FFA Camp. 4 Preparation for Blast-off in September Cary Gerber displays his ability to give an oil transfusion. Summer vacation proves to be just as busy and just as hurried as the school year. Band trips, swimming, baseball games, the 4-H fair and Monroe Com¬ munity Days, summer jobs, church camp, and institutes all unite in pre¬ venting students from getting " home¬ sick " for Adams Central during the summer months . Then all too soon September rolls around, and it ' s back to school--time to meet old friends and time to get in the old grind once again. Yes, Centralites are always on the move; there is no time to stop. Can we trust Flo Brandt with all our money?--Why not?? Dave Suman uses Sominex. What ' s your brand? s pmumkMbt Hra 1 : •: • gpjSl i m mmi % " For better or for worse " --Rita Mattax prompts Sharon Bercot as she applies Sharon ' s make-up. Here ' s my contact--underneath this piece of bubblegum. (Spanish students dive for goodies from the pinata.) Centralites hustled all year. Besides going to school for " book- lamin ' , " they took part in many extra-curricular activities in order to become well-rounded citizens. If there was no special thing to do one night, one could always call up a gang of his friends and have a party or go driving about town. During the shortest year their sprin gs were always wound tight. Maris Moe and her Dad prove that three legs are better than two. Jim Ehrsam possesses an unusual talent--the ability to play a trumpet while lying down. 6 The floor show holds the atten¬ tion of the players and the coaching staff. Margaret Rowdon chants that it ' s been " a hard day ' s night. " No, this isn ' t Benedict Arnold. Glenn Marckel is just strangling Ed Daniels. Richard Welch is enjoying his favorite pastime- listening to the radio. Linda Genth models a new hat. 7 Rex Funk and Marie Kaehr, Melvin Burkhart and Margaret Rowdon, crown bearer Neil Martin and flower girl Joni Nussbaum, Queen Sharon Bercot and King Tony Ehrsam, Steve Kaehr and Rita Mattax, Art Ringger and Gloria Engle. Centralites Wait in Breathless Suspense On January 29, the A.C.-Monroeville game was highlighted with the crowning of Cen- Trail ' s queen and king. A spotlight followed each of the five couples as they proceeded across the white carpet to the stage which was beautifully decdrated with red carna¬ tions . Red overhead lights added to the attraction. Queen Sharon and King Tony were chosen by a vote of the student body. This activity was sponsored by the year¬ book staff. Right--Cen-Trails Queen, Sharon Bercot. King Tony crowns Queen Sharon. for Announcement of Cen H-TRAU-: Queen Sharon Bercot pins a boutonniere on her escort, Mel Burkhart. -trails Royalty Rex Funk checks Marie Kaehr ' s pulse while fixing her corsage. Margaret Rowdon fixes King Tony Ehrsam ' s tie. Gloria Engle straightens Art Ringger ' s handker¬ chief. Flower girl and crown bearer, Joni Nussbaum and Neil Martin. Rita Mattax was escorted down the white carpet by Steve Kaehr. Rarities Add TOP: Where did she go, Danny? Did you lose her in the crowd? LEFT: Mr. Honaker and Flo Brandt got out their crying towel when the Cardinals whipped the Yankees. BELOW: " I want to hold your hand " --B. Schwartz (1.) and W. Miller pretend to look at C. Isch ' s (r.) and K. McKean ' s classrings. Let a woman once give you a task and you are hers. --Richter Spice to Routine Special events add variety to the rou¬ tine of classes and homework. Ball- games, math problems, parties, term- papers, banquets, and leaf collections made 1965 seem to be the shortest year of all. Kathy Ehrsam and Ron Kipfer share a hot dog at the Dutch Mill. Without consultation, Ron Habegger marks the bal¬ lot for the candidate of his choice. Academics was the most important part of our school life. It prepared us for our life ' s vocation. Six hours a day were spent gaining new knowledge of the many sub¬ jects offered at Central. We learned such things as how to make end tables for fu¬ ture living rooms, how to sew our own clothes, and how to raise a better bushel of corn. Our mind is a treasure chest, and whether we leave Central with a full or empty chest is entirely up to us. We are provided with qualified teachers and many varied subjects. The rest is up to each and every student. What did you do with your treasure chest during THE SHORTEST YEAR? Academics I Don ' t be asleep on voting procedures as Etta Sch¬ wartz is, but be alert like Arlene Dennison and Ted Nussbaum. Social Studies Pupils Follow Election; Dale Mankey, Connie Everett, Steve Minnich, and Rita Mattax pretend to discuss sociology while ex¬ changing gossip. No, the picture ' s not wrong--these history pupils are really studying. 14 Brian Schwartz points out to Jim Ehrsam, Arlene Borno, and Marcene Gerber his latest discovery, the location of the U.S. Psychology Class Studies Crowd Behavior Sophomores, juniors, and seniors were right up to date in history as they campaigned for the coming presidential election and voted for the candidates of their choice. They learned by reading current event maps, studying charts, and watching films. The psychology classes were also up to date as they study inkblots, degrees of intelligence, and Freud’s studies of mental illness. The inkblots Mr. Engle holds prove it--the men in white coats will soon be here to get Rex Funk and Dave Arnold. 15 Don ' t be a square. Join the " round-table " discussion Linda Row knows in her heart that Mr. Shoup is right, in speech class. English, Speech, and Foreign Languages In speech class, Mrs. Munson used many methods to help her students be¬ come better speakers. They had de¬ bates, listened to good speakers on records, learned how to gesture prop¬ erly by practicing in front of their class, and for the first time, they introduced the speakers at our assembly programs. Mrs. Munson awakens Ron Smith to an interesting article in the " Digest. " Mike Ross demonstrates the correct way to hold a beagle by its ears. 16 m Mrs. Stucky explains her point to Judy Ringer (r.) and Pauline Ripley (1.) her Latinae Scholae. Get the message, everybody? Combine Verbs, Voice, and Vocabulary Subjects, predicates, direct objects, clauses, and objective complements, themes, book reports, and term papers confront English students. Mrs. Mun¬ son, Mr. Shoup, and Mrs. Whittenburg taught freshman through seniors syntax, good writing procedures, and spelling. During the second semester freshmen read David Copperfield, sophomores discover Shakespeare as they memorize parts of Julius Caesar, Juniors study the heritage of America by reading great literature, and seniors struggle to understand Macbeth. Latin and Spanish pupils learn another language by conjugating verbs, declin¬ ing nouns, and translating. Miss Williamson taught Spanish I, II, and III pupils some Spanish customs. Mrs. Stucky ' s Latin I and II classes gave reports on Roman gods and goddesses. Margaret Rowdon and Melvin Burkhart can prove that this tape can do what Scotch tape can ' t do. 17 I Leaf Collections, Lab Work and Graphs It was necessary for all freshmen to take biology. Each individual searched for various kinds of insects and leaves for their collections. Dissecting fish and frogs aided the class to understand facts about animals and plants. Pupils taking chemistry gained knowledge about chemical elements and solved scientific problems. They experimented in the lab to determine the composition of various compounds. Studying facts about matter and motion in physics helped to enlarge the knowledge of the seniors. Included in this course are the studies of heat, light, sound, mechanics, forces, power, and electricity. Leafing through their collections, Brian Zurcher, Larry Rich, and Marlene Stucky compare their biology notebooks. With Mr. Allspaw ' s super¬ vision, Kathy McKean and Kent Whitacre avoid the danger of scorched chem¬ icals by using a small flame. Accent Science, Math The increase in the enrollment of the mathematics classes this year called for the establishment of new Algebra I, Algebra II, and trigonometry classes. The two Algebra I classes were taught by Mr. Allspaw while the general math classes were handled by Mr. Habegger and Mr. Adler. Miss Beavers kept busy with two Algebra II sections, two plane geometry classes, and one trig class. Geometry pupils learned the funda¬ mentals of circles and triangles while algebra students studied equations. Adams Central ' s math teachers were very experienced with their subject, having a total of seventy-five years of service. The " plot thickens " for Warren Macy as Miss Beavers explains the Mystery of the hyperbole to him. " X marks the spot " where Dennis Harvey bisects the angle Miss Beavers had drawn. Ron Kipfer and Linda Rich find that it takes " team¬ work " to work some Chemistry problems. 19 Health, Safety, Look! Up in the air! " It ' s a bird, it ' s a plane, it ' s . . . a basketball! " P.E. Jets fly high to get the tip. As Bill Stucky punches his finger into the maniquin ' s eye, Jim Gilbert stops the blood circulation in its arm. This is the way Adams Central ' s girls keep their figures. Mrs. Soldner and Mr. Zurcher taught seventh-through-tenth grade pupils the fundamentals of physical education. Sophomore health classes studied diets, mental health, and personality. Driver education prepared pupils to drive during all weather and traffic conditions. To avoid danger, Mr. Bryan instructed this course with one foot near the dual controls. Mr. Bryan and Danny Green show Harriet Bercot and Barbara Garwood the radiator and its cap. Art, and Music Develop Minds and Bodies Pupils from kindergarten to eighth grade marched, sang, and listened to records in music classes. Mrs. Fuhrman and Mr. Henkel taught these phases of music appreciation. Mr. Kirchoffer taught art to all twelve grades. Art was a weekly event for elementary pupils, a nine weeks ' course for junior high, and an elective in high school. Pupils experimented with de¬ sign, drawing, and crafts. After mowing the yard, raking the leaves, and trim¬ ming the hedge, three eighth grade girls begin their art project. OK class, most of you sing in the bass clef, but let ' s learn the treble clef too. Cheryl Isch seriously studies the music to the latest Beatle hit. Vocational and Business Courses Provide Mr. Bryan watches as Colleen Ringger and Barry Isch use the adding machine to find their mistake. Mary Lantz doesn ' t trust her own cooking, so she uses Sally Leyse as her guinea pig. Again this year we had a good selection of business courses here at Adams Central. Mrs. Archbold, Mr. Habegger, and Mr. Bryan were the teachers of these courses. Mrs. Archbold taught Typing I and II classes, a Shorthand, and Sec¬ retarial Training. Mr. Habegger also taught typing, and Mr. Bryan taught Bookkeeping and a new course this year, Business Law. The Home Economics classes taught by Mrs. Nielsen, have been busy this year covering a wide variety of subjects, besides cooking and sewing. Family life, marriage, home management, and child care were other subjects they studied. Judy Funk and Bonnie Bowers wait with baited breath to taste the results of their domestic efforts. Tom Bebout and Dave Arnold find their " racing goggles " useful when welding in shop. Practical Training for Future Careers Max Royer lends a helping wrench to Duane Scheiderer while Mr. Watson tells them how to correct the tractor ' s malfunction. One practical training course at Adams Central was Industrial Arts. This course was taught by Mr. Collier. There were many projects included in this course, such as mechanical and machine drawings, novice and advanced wood¬ working, and the working with metals. The big project for the seniors was to draw a complete set of house plans. Mr. Watson taught vocational agricul¬ ture to pupils in grades eight through twelve. The freshmen study crops, basic problems with livestock, and work in the farm shop. Sophomores study livestock, dairy diseases, and practical farm sheep problems. The study of soils, fertilizers, dairy and livestock management confronts juniors and seniors. They also study advance farm machinery repair in farm shop. •W.v. r % V VS ' -’ " ,r. . ' - V, V ' v ;f„ 1 ■I. - .......» .•■ % ••• « nt ' ' $ i ;!$?« I ! f 11 • nmm m 7 I ♦ ii • « i| iira . v. «r : j « 1 1 - " % |l Organizations helped to round out a stu¬ dent ' s life. They drew students together for fun, enjoyments, and education. They gave Centralites a chance to learn to co¬ operate with others on many different com¬ mittees and, in some cases, to take a hand in leadership. There were many top organizations to which the students be¬ longed. One was the high school band which won many honors last marching season. Another top organization was the Sunshine Society, whose motto is " Others.” Other organizations included the Rifle Club, National Honor Society, the Dramatics Club, and Pep Club. These were just a few of the organizations where common inter¬ ests were shared during THE SHORTEST YEAR. Organizations Band Captures Three Marching Firsts; SENIOR BAND: TWIRLERS: J. Hirschy, D. Rich, D. Geyer, D. Roudebush, J. Inniger, M. Stucky, R. Tonner, R. Tonner. SECOND ROW: (KNEELING) A. Dennison, P. Shaffer, G. Gerber, B. Mann, R. Stavenik, K. Engle, C. Arnold, R. Mattax, J. Hamrick, R. King, L. Rich, P. Feitcher, J. Double, D. Stetler, M. Rowdon, J. Stucky, C. Macy, B. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: Mr. Gerig, P. Isch, J. Workinger, L. Genth, J. Hakes, A. Borne, B. Soldner, K. Bieberich, C. Connelley, M. Kaehr, M. Kaehr, L. Soldner, K. McKean, J. Soldner, C. Isch, L. Sauers, D. Rich, L. Balsiger, D. Roudebush, P. Nussbaum, J. Christman, D. Dennison, D. Moser, J. Wulliman, S. Ploughe, J. Smith, B. Zurcher, S. Kershner, K. Habegger, A. Ringger. FOURTH ROW: C. Gerber, L. Nuss¬ baum, B. Stucky, D. Landis, L. Kauffman, C. Everett, R. Converse, S. Sommer, T. Wulliman, J. Gilbert, S. Rich, R. Gerber, L. Ratcliff, D. Heyerly, D. Bieberich, J. Ehrsam, J. Geimer, C. Gerber. FIFTH ROW: P. Zimmerman, K. Ehrsam, B. Hirschy, A. Sprunger, G. Engle, L. Summersett, J. Riff, S. Kaehr, R. Adler, N. Brokaw, S. Landis, J. Hill, D. Borne, V. Heyerly, R. Reynolds, V. Hedington, P. Ehrsam, V. Adler, L. Tonner, L. Tonner, R. Merriman. TWIRLERS: J. Inniger, J. Hirschy, D. Rich, R. Tonner, R. Tonner, D. Geyer, M. Stucky. Also Performs Well at Contest, Concerts The band members paid attention temporarily to have their picture taken, but resumed " playing " after the flash. Linda Rich wonders desperately where she left the directions of how to assemble her clarinet. DRUM MAJOR: Art Ringger FEATURE TWIRLER: Donna Roudebush Blasts of trumpets, the mellow sound of clarinets, the warbling of the flutes, and the bellow of the sousaphones--all these blend to produce a melodious A.C. band. Adams Central claims four bands--the be¬ ginner, intermediate, junior, and senior bands, all of which were very active throughout the year. The senior band is proud of their first place awards which they received on several marching occa¬ sions. Two concerts, contests, and march¬ ing routines at home ball games complete the band calendar. Award pins were dis¬ tributed at intervals throughout the year to reward senior band members for their ef¬ forts in the making of a better band. 27 I 4 w JP JUNIOR BAND. FRONT ROW: K. Riff, D. Heverly, M. Gilbert, K. Nussbaum, S. Shaffer, B. Kipfer, R. Kaehr, C. Martin, S. Stucky, M. Gerber. SECOND ROW: S. Geimer, K. Fruchte, R. Stucky, W. Johnson, J. Moser, L. Nussbaum, D. Ray, R. Smith, R. Minnick, S. Bertch, B. Slusher, P. Arnold, A. Stoller, J. Frantz, L. Mattax, M. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: K. Webb, S. Schwartz, C. Cook, B. Bowers, B. Birch, L. Beavers, C. Moser, B. Harmon, J. Nussbaum, D. Moeschberger, M. Isch, S. Zurcher, B. Borne, M. Liechty, K. Roch, N. Brown, J. Johnson, R. Reinhard, L. Zurcher, S. Steury, K. Steiner, S. Tullis, K. Huntley. TWIRLERS. S. Smith, R. Arnold, D. Evanson, J. Becker, P. Tonnellier, B. Brunner. PERCUSSION. T. Soldner, M. Royer, S. Leyse, J. Funk, J. Raudenbush, Mr. Henkel. Jr. High Music Makers Produce Good Harmony JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Mr. Henkel, M. Lantz, L. Mattax, K. Nussbaum, K. Mutschler, A. Mitch, D. Heyerly, C. Tingger, S. Stucky, J. Redding, K. Shaffer, D. Hack, P. Hill, M. Gilbert, M. Schwartz, L. Steury, K. Huntley. SECOND ROW: D. Edkelbarger, S. Fiechter, M. Carnall, J. Becker, M. Gerber, D. Eyanson, C. Martin, D. Hoffman, S. Baumgartner, K. Gerber, D. Aschliman, G. Cas e, C. Cook, S. Everett, V. Zurcher, B. Zimmerman. THIRD ROW: L. Balsiger, S. Geimer, D. Gaunt, P. Zimmerman, A. Shifferly, J. Riley, C. Lawson, K. Webb, S. Oliver, R. Schwartz, L. Kipfer, C. Harvey, B. Kipfer, J. Nussbaum, J. Kaehr, C. Moser, R. Kaehr. FOURTH ROW: J. Brewster, K. Fruchte, R. Bailey, B. Birch, B. Brunner, B. Bryan, D. Ray, L. Nussbaum, R. Stucky, S. Shaffer, J. Moser, S. Schwartz, L. Beavers, J. Funk, G. Leyse, J. Rauden¬ bush, S. Leyse. FIFTH ROW: T. Soldner, D. Moeschberger, M. Heare, D. Scheiderer, M. Sommer, D. Tum- bleson, M. Kaehr, M. Childs, A. Stoller, K. Rich, M. Edgell, S. Foreman, L. Zurcher, P. Shoaf, J. McClain, T. Steury, E. Geyer, B. Tonnellier, K. Summersett. SIXTH ROW: D. Allen, N. Brown, J. Frantz, J. Burkhead, P. Arnold. ’If ' ifril l 1 1 r K jjE j 1 INTERMEDIATE BAND. FRONT ROW: S. Christman, E. Gerber, C. Steiner, M. Cauble, R. Arnold, R. Yost, C. Eyanson, S. Webb. SECOND ROW: D. Zurcher, M. Jackson, D.Nussbaum, L. Schwartz, B. Nussbaum, A. Engle, L. Gerber, C. Germann, D. Borne, B. Stoller, J. Merriman. THIRD ROW: R. High, D. Gerig, J. Rich, D. Everett, G. Schmitt, G. Hart, K. Moeschberger, M. Nussbaum, N. Adler, G. Tullis, R. Smith, A. Arnold. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Gerig, D. Smith. ABSENT: J. Rich, V. Schrock. Beginner, Intermediate Bands Practice Hard BEGINNER BAND. FRONT ROW: K. Hirschy, N. Fiechter, M. Amstutz, D. Longenberger, J. Harvey, S. Kaehr. SECOND ROW: C. Byerly, C. Stoller, B. Mailer, J. Funk, L. Adler, I. Kaehr, P. Isch, B. Sommer, R. Borne, J. Rich, S. Rich, K. Steiner, G. Gerber, B. Rich, L. Reed. THIRD ROW: C. Slusher, D. Hack, T. Morningstar, L. Heyerly, C. Girod, R. Tullis, R. Gerber, S. Nussbaum, A. Mitchel, M. Klinger, V. Steiner, D. Leyse, G. Hack, K. Steury, J. Soldner, A. Heyerly. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Henkel, S. Flawbush, R. Owens. Over 100 Voices Blend to Produce Harmony CHOIR. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Gerig, D. Rich, A. Sprunger, D. Geyer, K. Christman, J. Hammond, B. Tonner, R. Currie, J. Geimer, M. Anderson, T. Wulliman, V. Adler, C. Everett, R. Mattax, W. Adler, J. Gilbert, K. Bieberich, J. Hakes, Mr. Henkel. SECOND ROW: M. Kaehr, L. Rich, K. Ehrsam, P. Zimmerman, L. Tonner, S. Sommer, R. Adler, A. Ringger, V. Hedington, N. Brokaw, S. Bercot, M. Rowdon, D. Moser, C. Tonner, K. Gerber, G. Yost, R. Merriman. THIRD ROW: C. High, M. Engle, G. Wulliman, K. Engle, R. Engle, J. Hill, B. Cook, S. Rich, J. Gilbert, B. Stucky, J. Wulliman, M. Stucky, E. Mankey, H. Bercot, A. Borne, M. Ger¬ ber, C. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: C. Connelley, K. Myers, J. Smith, S. Smith, J. Hirschy, D. Sanders, J. Nussbaum, T. Patrick, R. Converse, P. Ehrsam, L. Nussbaum, G. Gerber, L. McCullough, L. Sauers, R. Stavenik, L. Soldner, J. Inniger. FIFTH ROW: A. Hougk, L. Genth, D. Ayala, C. Arnold, E. Schwartz, C. Ger¬ ber, B. Zurcher, D. Bieberich, R. Reynolds, R. Borne, L. Tonner, G. Engle, P. Isch, B. Mann, M. Kaehr, D. Roudebush, R. Tonner. SIXTH ROW: J. Sommer, J. Christman, G. Hart, J. Beer, L. Henschen, R. Kipher, G. Marckel, J. Morningstar, K. Myers, R. Collins, R. Gerber, D. Roudebush, B. Hirschy, J. Soldner, K. Mc¬ Kean, L. Osterman, C. Cauble. SEVENTH ROW: P. Nussbaum, L. Summersett, D. Dennison, S. Ploughe, C. Raudenbush, J. Stucky, R. Arnold, S. Kershner, S. Landis, K. Habegger, V. Heyerly, J. Ehrsam, D. Landis, P. Shaffer, C. Isch, J. Workinger, A. Dennison, J. Riff. Melody drifting throughout the halls first period was an indication that rehearsal for the high school choir was in session. Under the direction of Mr. Henkel and Mr. Gerig, the boys and girls were di¬ vided into two groups for a portion of the course. Combined selections were also featured at the concerts given by the choir. Presenting a choir concert in Feb¬ ruary and joining the band in the annual spring concert kept the choir occupied. The group also performed at the Easter sunrise service and at Baccalaureate. Individual soloists and ensembles dis¬ played their talent at NISBOVA this winter. " El Circulo Espanol " is an active club to which only those students who have had more than one year of Spanish are eligi¬ ble. They lived up to their motto, " Ade- lante, Siempre Adelante " (Forward, Al¬ ways Forward), as their monthly meet¬ ings were highlighted by Spanish conver¬ sation and games. Every Christmas, the Spanish students look forward to the Gran Fiesta in which one of the main events is the breaking of the " piftatas. " The purpose of the Spanish Club is to help create a better relationship between the United States and Central and South America, by learning more about them. 30 Rifle and Spanish Clubs ' Bang!’ ' Ole! ' RIFLE CLUB. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Hendenlang, sponsor; H. Mailand, K. Ehrsam, treas.; D. Roudebush, sec.; C. McCullough, pres.; J. Kelley, G. Ross, K. Myers. SECOND ROW: J. Sipe, A. Mailand, D. Moeschberger, W. Johnson, R. Smith, J. Myers, R. Mailer, J. Kaehr, P. Ehrsam. THIRD ROW: S. Foreman, J. Franz, M. Liechty, R. Bittner, D. Shifferly, B. Brown, C. Myers, D. Harmon, T. Bebout. FOURTH ROW: D. Hack, M. Carnall, D. Eyanson, L. Rich, D. Roudebush, R. Bailey, B. Brunner, L. McClain, K. Riff, A. Mitch. FIFTH ROW: L. Dishong, D. Bailey, V. Bowers, D. Andrews, S. Lyons, D. Reinhart, J. McClain, R. Sommer, V. Hedington. Stand clear everyone, these fellows are still just amateurs. In the Adams Central Rifle Club all mem¬ bers learned the correct procedure of handling a gun before firing on the line each week. At practice each shooter worked to increase his number of bulls - eyes. Those marksmen with the best con¬ sistent practice scores showed their skill at competitive meets. ‘tomgy j Ffl E JF : .. ■ |H| i|jj 11 fcT 9 " Igflr ft MJfEJyyP- j SPANISH CLUB. FRONT ROW: S. Green, artist; C. Macy, reporter; D. Speakman, sec.; Miss Williamson, sponsor; R. King, pres.; M. Burkhart, treas.; G. Yost, V. pres.; R. Steury, parliamentarian. SECOND ROW: D. Rich, J. Smith, J. Soldner, D. Roudebush, K. Ehrsam, D. Green, D. Ringger, E. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: C. Steffen, M. Riojas, I. Serna, J. Brodbeck, D. Stetler, M. Wechter, L. Sauers, L. McCullough, R. Welch. FOURTH ROW: T. Ehrsam, W. Macy, J. Rash, J. Riojas, T. Rash, N. Riley, J. Riojas, C. McCullough. Cen-trail’s Staff Rushes to Meet Deadlines ANNUAL STAFF. FRONT ROW: K. Christman, E. Harvey, K. Aschliman, C. Ringger, H. Tonner, M. Moesch- berger, ed.; Mr. Shoup, advisor; J. Workinger, ass ' t ed.; C. Arnold, M. Gerber, K. Engle, W. Adler, J. Hirschy, B. Soldner. SECOND ROW: I. Serna, R. Mattox, D. Ayala, C. Everett, M. Kaehr, S. Bercot, K. Bieberich, J. Gilbert, L. Summersett, G. Engle, B. Engle, A. Borne. THIRD ROW: A. Parrish, M. Rowdon, R. Merriman, L. Tonner, B. Hirschy, P. Ripley, J. Brodbeck, C. Steffen, J. Smith, S. Wagley, L. Stevens, J. Ringger. FOURTH ROW: B. Schwartz, V. Adler, L. Rich, D. Roudebush, K. Ehrsam, V. McClain, J. Soldner, K. McKean, C. Isch, J. Inniger, C. Hildebrand, G. Marckel. FIFTH ROW: S. Amstutz, M. Beer, S. Ploughe, L. Osterman, P. Shaffer, A. Dennison, C. Connelley, C. Cauble, S. Smith, D. Harmon, J. Ehrsam, R. Gerber. SIXTH ROW: L. Sipe, J. Steffen, T. Wulliman, S. Landis, P. Ehrsam, E. Sprunger, M. Burkhart, R. Christner, D. Raudenbush, R. Schnepp, J. Morningstar, C. Striker, W. Miller. SEVENTH ROW: N. Brokaw, R. Kershner, B. Isch, T. Nussbaum, R. Smith, J. Rash, K. Habegger, E. Nussbaum, W. Macy, T. Ehrsam, V. Hedington, S. Stucky. BACK ROW: D. Arnold, D. Poling, R. Stucky, D. Speakman, M. Sauers, R. Kipfer, T. Rash, S. Zurcher, R. Welch, A. Ringger, K. Heyerly. Working late into the wee hours of the morning, the annual staff struggled against time to meet each deadline. Jam sessions at the editor ' s home were spent thinking of clever and funny cutlines for the ads and the informal pictures. Fitting headlines to the 39-letter space, writing copy, last minute typing, and put¬ ting the finished 3-R forms into the enve¬ lope preceded the rush to the postoffice and the elation of knowing there ' s one less deadline to meet. 32 Annual Editor Maris Moeschberger pushes typewriter aside to gaze longingly at tennis racquet while studying at Journalism Institute. Jet Journal Prints Hottest News at CHS Editor Carmi Steffen has kept her staff going at a lively tempo this year. The JET JOURNAL is a bi¬ weekly paper which contains informa¬ tion on all aspects of school life. After collecting articles, typing them on uniformly spaced lines, retyping them on a stencil, and duplicating the pages on the mimeograph, the JET JOURNAL finally came into being. Carmi Steffen and Becky Sold- ner accumulated many new ideas at a two-week Journalism Institute at Indiana University last summer. Extra efforts were put forth on the gigantic sectional and senior issues. An award banquet at the Dutch Mill last spring compensated the staff members for their hard work on the 1964-65 JET JOURNAL. NEWSPAPER OFFICERS: B. Soldner, co-editor; Mrs. Arch¬ bold, advisor; J. Soldner, ass ' t. editor; C. Steffen, co¬ editor; P. Ripley, art editor. NEWSPAPER STAFF. FRONT ROW: J. Brodbeck, B. Soldner, C. Steffen, J. Soldner, Mrs. Archbold, P. Rip¬ ley. SECOND ROW: C. Dick, C. Hildebrand, J. Inniger, S. Wagley, L. Stevens, C. Isch, G. Engle. THIRD ROW: S. Zurcher, R. Welch, R. Kipfer, T. Rash, B. Schwartz, M. Sauers, A. Baumgartner. 33 Youth for Christ Stresses Teen Witness YFC CLUB, FRONT ROW: J. Workinger, J. Soldner, C. Everett, S. Bercot, K. McKean, M. Moeschberger, Mr. Henkel, T. Wulliman, R. Converse, J. Geimer, R. Mattax, K. Bieberich. SECOND ROW: J. Smith, S. Wagley, J. Inniger, L. Stevens, D. Roudebush, B. Hirschy, K. Ehrsam, L. Rich, J. Hakes, M. Rowdon. THIRD ROW: C. Connelley, P. Schaffer, S. Ploughe, A. Dennison, C. Cauble, E. Mankey, G. Wulliman, J. Stucky, C. Macy, L. Genth, R. Merriman. FOURTH ROW: L. McCullough, G. Gerber, J. Bryan, J. Riff, L. Soldner, J. Wulliman, P. Isch, B. Mann, J. Butler, C. Biberstein. FIFTH ROW: L Balsiger, C. Borne, C. Elam, K. Myers, L. Henschen, D. Dennison, M. Stucky, G. Hartman, J. Christman, A. Sprunger. SIXTH ROW: L. Mitchel, R. Reynolds, D. Shif- ferly, R. King, J. Hamrick, R. Gerber, J. Welch, T. Nussbaum, K. Hagegger, R. Welch. Youth for Christ ' s well-planned pro¬ grams, under the guidance of new club director Wes Christian, have meant much to A.C. teens. Quizzing captained by Connie Everett, talent contest, ral¬ lies, singspirations, Holiday Teen, Campspiration, plus a " teen-to-teen " witness have made YFC a voice of Christian youth in action. The Sunshine Society ' s purpose is cheery helpfulness. The efforts put forth by the girls and their sponsors, Mrs. Stucky and Mrs. Neilsen, made it possible for them to adopt a Chinese orphan, to present a program at the Adams County Home, to select Ideal Ladies, and to spend a pleasant eve¬ ning at the Sweetheart banquet. YFC OFFICERS: R. Converse, promotions manager; K. McKean, sec.-treas.; T. Wulliman, pres.; M. Moesch¬ berger, v. pres.; Mr. Henkel, sponsor; J. Geimer, v. pres. i Charitable Sunshine Spreads Good Cheer SUNSHINE SOCIETY, FRONT ROW: Mrs. Stucky, I. Serna, R. Mattox, D. Ayala, C. Everett, M. Kaehr, J. In- niger, C. Isch, A. Parrish, R. King, K. Bieberich, B. Soldner, J. Gilbert, L. Summersett, G. Engle, Mrs. Neilsen. SECOND ROW: J. Workinger, J. Hamrick, K. Aschliman, E. Harvey, B. Roe, K. Christman, C. Ringger, H. Tonner, S. Bercot, J. Brodbeck, V. Adler, J. Ringger, P. Ripley, C. Steffen. THIRD ROW: M. Moeschberger, L. Bieberich, J. Hoffman, M. Kipfer, C. Tonner, D. Moser, M. Rowden, L. Tonner, B. Hirschy, R. Merriman, J. Smith, S. Wagley, L. Stevens, S. Smith. FOURTH ROW: H. Bercot, M. Engle, K. Gerber, P. Zimmerman, L. Tonner, J. Hakes, L. Rich, D. Roudebush, K. Ehrsam, V. McClain, J. Soldner, K. McKean, C. Hildebrand, C. Cauble. FIFTH ROW: E. Mankey, G. Wulliman, S. Kennel, C. Biberstein, P. Gerber, B. Flamrick, E. Sapp, M. Wechter, M. Riojas, S. Ploughe, L. Osterman, P. Shaffer, A. Dennison, C. Connelley. SIXTH ROW: J. Hill, K. Sprunger, K. Hammond, G. Yost, C. Macy, W. Adler, E. Schwartz, C. Anderson, L. McCullough, R. Kipfer, D. Rich, L. Sauers, K. Engle, M. Gerber. SEVENTH ROW: J. Gerber, G. Gerber, J. Bryan, L. Hodle, B. Cook, D. Noll, J. Irwin, D. Stetler, M. Irwin, L. Roe, K. Watkins, G. Longsworth. BACK ROW: L. Balsiger, D. Steffen, A. Sprunger, B. Garwood, C. Dick, P. Sapp, J. Double, J. Butler, M. Edgell, P. Harvey, A. Borne, B. Engle, J. Hirschy, C. Arnold. As Bonnie Hirschy (far right) posed for the birdie, the other girls chatted seriously about the next day ' s assignments. SSS OFFICERS, SITTING: A. Parrish, pres.; Mrs. Stucky, Mrs. Neilsen, sponsors; C. Isch, v. pres. STANDING: R. King, corr. sec.; K. Bieberich, treas.; J. Inniger, rec. sec. I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, FRONT ROW: J. Ringger, K. Ehrsam, C. Hildebrand, P. Gerber, C. Isch, J. Soldner, J. Brodbeck, C. Steffen, Miss Beavers. SECOND ROW: T. Rash, S. Kaehr, V. Adler, M. Moeschberger, B. Soldner, R. Kipfer, M. Kaehr, R. Converse. THIRD ROW: J. Rash, P. Isch, T. Ehrsam, W. Macy, A. Ring- ger, R. Steury, S. Hildebrand, K. Habegger, C. Gerber. Excellent Students Tagged for N.H.S. NHS OFFICERS: M. Moeschberger, sec.-treas.; M iss Beavers, sponsor; S. Hildebrand, pres.; W. Macy, v. pres. The eleven senior members of the Na¬ tional Honor Society tagged thirteen new members into the society last year. Besides striving to maintain a B aver¬ age, the NHS students also operated the candy shop, kept the bulletin board in the foyer up to date, and collected used glasses to give to needy people. In the spring the society sponsored the second annual party for all the high school students who had had high grades throughout the entire school year. In this way the National Honor Society encouraged students to develop character, service, leadership, and scholarship in order to become mem¬ bers of the society. DRAMATICS CLUB, FRONT RO W: M. Rowden, Mr. Allspaw, K. McKean, K. Habegger, J. Ringger, Mr. Sprunger, L. Genth. SECOND ROW: C. Tsch, J. Smith, S. Wagley, J. Inniger, L. Stevens, C. Steffen, D. Ayala. THIRD ROW: J. Soldner, R. Mattax, C. Everett, S. Bercot, K. Bieberich, R. Steury. BACK ROW: S. Green, R. Schnepp, C. Striker, W. Miller, D. Raudenbush, E. Nussbaum. Make-up, Lights Change Amateurs into Stars Play practice (almost every night after school) began the process of changing student amateurs into accomplished actors. Rehearsals progressed from a classroom to the bare stage to the dress rehearsal. When the production night came the stage frightened " actors " were weak with anxiety. But with the help of make-up, stage props, bright lights, an DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS: J. Ringger, sec.- treas., K. Habegger, pres.; Mr. Sprunger, Mr. Allspaw, sponsors; K. McKean, v. pres. expectant audience, and Mr. Allspaw ' s cue, the memorized lines came to life. Curtain call before a pleased audience climaxed the weeks of hard work. Adams Central ' s Dramatics Club pre¬ sented a Christmas play, " Grandpa Hangs the Holly, and also a play in the spring. If all spirits looked like this, it would be pleasant to have Halloween year round. 37 FFA Sows Seeds to Reap Future Careers FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA. BOTTOM ROW: G. Ross, N. Brokaw, sentinel; P. Isch, reporter- J. Steffen parliamentarian; Mr. Watson, advisor; S. Kaehr, president; B. Isch, sec.; B. Kershner, v. pres.; S. Amstutz. SECOND ROW: R. Adler, S. Sommer, R. Roe, P. Scheehan, D. Mankey, J. Young, G. Marckel T Patrick R ROW, J. Untz, J. Ripple, L. McAlhaney, D. Shifferly.D. Hill, R EUenberge D mtchc k G. Watde, D. Heyerly, D. Roe. FOURTH ROW: D. Harvey, D. Sovine, K. Whitacre, D. Eckelbarger, D. Landis J. Ehrsam, R-Mihm, K. Myers, K. Pyle. FIFTH ROW: B. Brown, E. Garwood, J. Case, C. Reinhart, B. Brown, ’ R. Buettner, D. Harmon, R. Bollenbacher, R. Reinhart, D. Cook. SIXTH ROW: R. Aschliman, D. Manly, M. Fenmg, S. Smith, D. Raudenbush, J. Butler, V. Heyerly, L. Mitchel, J. Nussbaum. BACK ROW: W. Kirchner S. Mmnich, R. Funk, A. Birch, R. Christner. In its fifteenth year at Adams Central, the FFA has sixty active members. At its monthly meetings the members dis¬ cussed new farming techniques, girls, and machinery. All members of the chapter competed in the District VI pest contest. The boys were out for the tails of rats, muskrats, mice, foxes, ground¬ hogs, and weasels, and for the heads of sparrows, starlings, and blackbirds. Other activities included crop, soil, poultry, livestock, dairy, and vegetable judging contest. Distributing 25 baskets of food to needy families for Thanksgiv¬ ing was one of the highlights of the year. DAIRY JUDGING TEAM: M. Beer, K. Pyle, B. Schwartz, G. Marckel. SOIL JUDGING TEAM: P. Isch, R. Adler, B. Brown. VEGETABLE JUDGING TEAM: P. Isch, D. Mankey, J. Steffen, R. Adler. 38 Pep Band, Art Club Provide Pep, Color at CHS PEP BAND, FRONT ROW: L. Genth, J. Workinger, S. Kershner, Mr. Gerig. SECOND ROW: V. Adler, V. Hed- ington, P. Ehrsam, L. Summersett, M. Moeschberger, J. Hakes, B. Mann, J. Soldner, M. Kaehr. THIRD ROW: J. Smith, B. Soldner, J. Hamrick, R. King, R. Mattax, C. Gerber, K. Bieberich, S. Ploughe. FOURTH ROW: S. Kaehr, D. Heyerly, R. Converse, C. Gerber, J. Geimer, T. Wulliman, C. Everett, D. Gerber. The pep band swung out last year with some of the favorite popular numbers, " Java, " " Alley Cat, " and " Swingin ' Safari. " Responding to the beat of Mr. Gerig ' s baton, the band provided pep and enthusiasm at each home ballgame. After the lively school songs, the band then played the national anthem. Under the capable direction of Mr. Kirch- hofer, the art club met after school each Monday. Anyone interested in art was eligible to join this club. Individual projects were worked on by the members. A field trip last spring highlighted the year ' s activities for the art club. ART CLUB. BOTTOM ROW: J. Welch, correspondent; A. Baumgardner, sec.-treas.; G. Ross, pres.; P. Isch, v. pres.; R. Welch, correspondent; Mr. Kirchhofer, sponsor. SECOND ROW: H. Mailand, R. Currie, J. Kelley, M. Irwin, D. Noll, P. Ripley. THIRD ROW: A. Mailand, S. Zurcher, M. Fennig, M. Sauers, C. Reinhart, E. Nuss- baum. 39 Centralites participated in a variety of sports throughout the seasons. Summer and early fall was the baseball season. Following this, athletes tested their en¬ durance with cross country. Winter brought with it the primary sport, basketball, or as it is often called, " Hoosier Hysteria. " As soon as the final game was played, the athletes started running in preparation for the spring track competition. Adams Central ' s students also participated in an inter-scholastic sports program. In¬ cluded in this were intramurals, volley¬ ball, and table tennis. Central ' s athletes used Hustle, Balance, Sacrifice, Pride, Sportsmanship, and Scholarship as its guideline to success during THE SHORTEST YEAR. Athletics Baseball, Golf Attract Warm-Weather Athletes BASEBALL TEAM. KNEELING-- J. Case, S. Stucky, S. Smith, P. Ehrsam, SECOND ROW--Coach Habegger, B. Cook, J. Morningstar, D. Harvey, S. Rich, J. Rash, R. Borne. THIRD ROW--W. Macy, R. Funk, R. Sch- nepp, D. Green, B. Schwartz, S. Green, J. Hill, Coach Zurcher. Golf was a new sport at Central this past Adams Central ' s baseball team finished year. It provided not only good exercise the year with a record of four wins and but also stressed courtesy, honesty, and three losses. Losing the services of good sportsmanship by the very manner Tony Chrsam after the first game through in which the game is played. injury, the Jets were carried through the Under the direction of Mr. Strahm sever- season led by the pitching of Rex Funk al boys learned proper driving and putting and Steve Smith. The batting Champion- techniques. Although the team didn ' t win ship was awarded to Rex Funk, who many matches this year, they hope to im- finished the season with a batting average prove with experience. of .481. GOLF TEAM. J. Ehrsam, M. Ross, J. Morninstar, W. Macy, J. Rash, T. Rash. 4 AC Monroeville 7 21 AC Bryant 4 1 AC Monmouth 6 2 AC Monroeville 33 13 AC Monmouth 6 10 AC Lancaster 9 4 AC Lancaster 3 42 Central ' s Harriers Rack-up Good Season CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. KNEELING--S. Smith, K. Heyerly, B. Brown, D. Green, A. Birch, C. Striker, T. Ehrsam, K. Habegger. SECOND ROW--Coach Bryan, J. Ehrsam, D. Striker, D. Everett, S. Rich, S. Green, M. Ross, S. Stucky, J. Rash, T. Rash. THIRD ROW--W. Miller, G. Marckel, D. Raudenbush, D. Harvey, S. Min- nich, R. Stucky, A. Ringger, W. Macy, J. Morningstar, P. Isch. The Cross Country team, led by Coach Ed Bryan started off on the right foot by running up a perfect score of 15 against Berne. To do this, a team must place their top five runners in the first five places. In six meets the Jet Har¬ riers defeated 14 teams while bowing to only 1. In the EWVC meet they were de¬ feated by Geneva by 17 points. Then in the county meet, the Jets almost topped the Cardinals, placing only one position behind, losing a 50-51 heartbreaker. 15 AC Berne 50 17 AC Decatur 43 57 AC Bluffton 17 34 AC Bryant 29 Decatur Catholic 69 62 AC Portland 26 Decatur 43 43 AC Geneva 35 61 AC Geneva (EWVC) 44 51 AC Geneva (County) 50 Blair Brown Tony Ehrsam 43 Cheerleaders, Pep Club Back Jets All the Way PEP CLUB OFFICERS. Sr. Rep., J. Ringger; Sec., M. Moeschberger; V.P., C. Everett; Frosh Rep., P. Isch; Pres., K. McKean; Jr. Rep., A. Borne; Soph. Rep., R, King. Adams Central ' s Jets were backed through victory and defeat by the wild enthusiasm of the girls in the pep club. These ardent fans looked great in their new red-and-white jerseys and dark skirts. The Jets ' fans ' spirits ' soared as they rooted their classmates, boy¬ friends, and brothers on to beat the foe. Central ' s cheerleaders inspired the pep club with new yells, acrobatic stunts, and routines which they learned at the Smith-Walbridge Cheerleading Camp. With the gay pom-poms and the new flashy motions to the school song, the Centralites were proud to be loyal Jet fans. PEP CLUB. Cheerleaders, L. Tonner; C. Tonner; K. Ehrsam; G. Yost; B. Hirschy; D. Moser; M. Rowdon. BOTTOM ROW: C. Everett; M. Kaehr; B. Soldner; S. Bercot; G. Engle; J. Gilbert; J. Ringger; A. Parrish; S. Kennel; D. Ayala; C. Ringger; H. Tonner; K. Christman; R. Merriman; A. Mitch. SECOND ROW: R. Mattax; V. Adler; K. Bieberich; K. McKean; W. Adler; C. Anderson; M. Gerber; E. Schwartz; C. Arnold; S. Smith; A. Borne; D. Roudebush; L. Rich; K. Fruchte; S. Oliver. THIRD ROW: L. Genth; L. Summersett; J. Soldner; C. Isch; J. Hirschy; P. Schaffer; L. Osterman; C. Cauble; V. McClain; A. Dennison; J. Inniger; S. Wagley; C. Hildebrand; M. Carnall; D. Heyerly. FOURTH ROW: J. Workinger; S. Ploughe; J. Smith; C. Bieberstine; L. McCullough; R. Kipfer; L. Sauers; L. Tonner; P. Zimmeriman; C. Macy; H. Bercot; S. Fiechter; L. Mattax; P. Fiechter. FIFTH ROW: M. Moeschberger; J. Hakes; B. Mann; C. Gerber; D. Rich; J. Bryan; M. Kipfer; J. Hoffman; J. Wulliman; E. Mankey; C. Connelley; D. Miller; L. Bieberich; K. Mutcher. SIXTH ROW: J. Hamrick; R. King; C. Gerger; J. Gerber; R. Stavenik; J. Sommer; J. Stucky; L. Soldner; G. Wulliman; M. Stucky; G. Hart; L. Nussbaum; S. Geimer; J. Meser. SEVENTH ROW: K. Hammond; D. Rich; C. Raudenbush; C. High; V. Burkhead; A. Teeple; C. Borne; J. Christman; D. Dennison; M. Schwartz; J. Riff. EIGHTH ROW: M. Kaehr; P. Nussbaum; P. Isch; B. Tonner; D. Roudenbush; D. Geyer; L. Henschen; J. Beer; K. Nussbaum; A. Hough. fr m SMB ■ B . BIBB " B jyQ " © M A IW a. IP n Uk U f i TJH U r 3 ® D H A fvBjr) a mm w f-y m-v v7 ? ml mat [J v ' pTJJT: W fT Tyj W ft jP C v | FV-rt n fe ft; fa. fi t 1iv fH - 1. pf I ' RIGHT from TOP to BOTTOM: Lou Ann Tonner practices a broad jump. Bonnie Hirschy combines a foothold and a wide jump. Kathy Ehrsam is com¬ ing down for a landing. Pyramid Formation. BOTTOM--L. Tonner, MIDDLE--K. Ehrsam, M. Rowdon, TOP--B. Hirschy. Margaret Rowdon flies through the air with the greatest of ease. This totem pole formation is from top to bottom G. Yost, C. Tonner, and D. Moser. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. KNEELING: T. Rash, R. Stucky, Coach Zurcher, J. Ehrsam. STANDING: S. Smith S. Stucky, T. Ehrsam, S. Minnich, R. Funk, R. Schnepp, A. Ringger, J. Momingstar, M. Ross, J. Hill, D. Speakman. Hustling Jets Sacrifice Pride for Balance The Flying Jets finished the 1964-65 campaign with a sterling 15-5 record. The key to the Jets’ success has been Hustle, Balance, Sacrifice, and Pride. Mr. Zurcher stressed that success was not based on the number of games won or lost, but rather on the basis of what each individual did in comparison with ot hers when all factors of the opponent were taken into consideration. The coach felt that it was just as im¬ portant for the boys to be ready men¬ tally for a game as well as physically. As George Moriarty once said, " Giving all, it seems to me, is not so far from victory. " Therefore, in the final analy¬ sis, only the individual himself can correctly determine his success. You may be able to fool others, but you can never fool yourself. 62 AC Leo 61 79 AC Lancaster 46 60 AC Decature Catholic 55 88 AC Monmouth 60 57 AC Dunkirk 55 62 AC Ossian 76 46 AC Woodlan 38 74 AC Berne 47 73 AC Decatur 4-Way Tourney 61 61 AC Monmouth 35 46 AC Ossisn 63 61 AC Portland 67 83 AC Pennville 61 67 AC Hoagland 57 62 AC Monroeville 51 67 AC Geneva 49 61 AC Auburn 76 76 AC Bluffton 67 74 AC Warren 62 69 AC Elmhurst 72 46 R. Schnepp (44) and R. Funk battle No. (43) for the rebound while T. Ehrsam (40) and A. Ringger (52) hope for the best. While A. Ringger covers the Tiger ' s eyes, T. Ehr¬ sam grabs the ball and R. Funk and R. Schnepp (44) await the whistle. Jets Jo Jet ’em! R. Schnepp (44) and T. Ehrsam (40) stretch for the tip while S. Smith and R. Funk (r.) look on. Rick Stucky, Ted Rash, and Jim Ehrsam are the Jets ' " leaders of the laundromat. " 47 JETS! KNEELING: J. Ehrsam, R. Stucky, L. Tonner, B. Hirschy, M. Rowdon, K. Ehrsam, T. Rash. SECOND ROW: Mr. Habegger, S. Stucky, Coach Zurcher, S. Smith, J. Hill, Mr. Bryan. STANDING: T. Ehrsam, D. Speak man, M. Ross, A. Ringger, R. Schnepp, R. Funk, S. Minnich, J. Morningstar, D. Green. Jets Thought They Could and Won Sectional Adopting the slogan, " If you think you can, you can, " the Jets defeated Woodlan, Berne, and Decatur and won their second sectional championship in two years. Fine shooting and an excellent team effort proved too much for their opponents. There were many thrills en route to the final victory. The Jets disposed of Woodlan easier than expected, but Berne gave them all they could handle for two periods. But experi¬ ence took over and Berne fell by the way- side. A very determined Yellow Jacket squad really made the Jets fight for their life, but the Jets never cracked under pres¬ sure once. Hats off to a great team! J. Morningstar (32), T. Ehrsam (40), and A. Ring- g er (glasses) watch as R. Schnepp gently picks up the ball. Future Jets: Melanie Zurcher, Lisa Bryan, and Dawn Habegger. 48 J. Hill, T. Ehrsam, S. Minnich, M. Ross, R. Funk, and A. Ringger accept the championship trophy from Mr. Honaker. Left: The Jets warm up before the game. Bottom Left: Bonnie Hirschy climbs the ladder to cut her piece of the net. Below: Coach Zurcher gets a ride to the showers. Coach Zurcher and the Jets give the victory sign while enjoying a victory shower. TRACK TEAM. BOTTOM ROW: B. Brown, D. Ringger, M. Ross, T. Rash, J. Morningstar, S. Smith, B. Sch¬ wartz, T. Ehrsam, S. Green. SECOND ROW: Coach Bryan, S. Rich, K. Habegger, W. Miller, K. Whitacre, P. Isch, R. Kipfer, K. Heyerly, R. Borne, Coach Zurcher. THIRD ROW: R. Stucky, N. Brokaw, S. Landis, A Ringger, R. Schnepp, A. Birch, D. Green, B. Cook, P. Ehrsam, B. Stuckey. Cindermen, B-Team Display Future Promise Adt ms Central ' s cindermen gained valu¬ able experience and set new records last year . The bulk of the scoring was done mostly by underclassmen, which makes the spring team look promising. Senior Don Egley set a school pole vault record of 11’10 " . P. Esch, R. Schnepp, K. Ha¬ begger, and A. Birch also set a school mile relay record of 3:50.5. The Junior Varsity has shown Adams Central ' s fans some very excellent ball¬ playing this past year. These boys, under Coach Bryan, will make welcome addi¬ tions to our varsity in the next two years. Due to balanced scoring, good rebounding, and alert plays, the reserve team won its tourney and compiled a 16-4 record in the regular season. RESERVE BASKETBALL. KNEELING: D. Ringger, J. Gilbert, B. Cook, S. Rich, D. Harvey, R. Currie. STANDING: D. Borne, manager; R. Adler, A. Birch, D. Green, B. Stuckey, B. Brown, S. Stucky, Coach Bryan. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: CHEERLEADERS: D. Geyer, D. Roudenbush, J. Sommer. SECOND ROW: L. Rich, M. Eyanson, B. Zurcher, L. Shoaf, J. Nussbaum, P. Bentz, R. Oliver, J. Harvey. THIRD ROW: Coach Ha- begger, R. Reynolds, T. Schmitt, D. Sanders, B. Miller, L. Mitchel, D. Bieberich, D. Harmon. Freshman, Junior High Teams Gain Experience The Freshman team, under Coach Ha- begger has improved immensely through the season. The most important trait is their tremendous desire to play basket¬ ball. These boys are the Jets future varsity. Mr . Habegger had done a great job with this team. They compiled a record of 5-11 for the year. The Junior High team, coached by Mr. Engle, competed against neighboring schools, learning major basketball funda mentals and team spirit. Good habits learned early are not forgotten. This year the Junior High teams finished with a combined record of 15-7. JR. HIGH BASKETBALL: CHEERLEADERS: S. Leyse, C. Nussbaum, B. Brunner, K. Mutschler. SECOND ROW: J. Burkhead, S. Tullis, D. Fisher, J. Double, E. Geyer, J. McClain, K. Rich, A. Stoller. THIRD ROW: G. HirSchy, T. Stuery, S. Zurcher, S. Stuery, Coach Engle, J. Franz, T. Soldner, P. Arnold, A. Hamilton. FOURTH ROW: B. Borne, B. Kolder, K. Sommersett, M. Liechty, J. Sipe, M. Heare, R. Minnich, B. Genth. 51 Laughing, crying, dreaming, hoping, working; our friends were always there, sharing with us these common experiences. What would a basketball game have been like without friends to cheer with or to share our disappointment? Of course, a trio or quartet wasn ' t complete without friends. The class parties, hayrides, and skating parties all called for friends. Friends had their place in our daily activ¬ ities; listening to the latest gossip in the gym at noon, playing in intramurals, and helping a fellow student with an algebra problem. And girls, don ' t forget that one " special " friend that you took to the Sun¬ shine Banquet. Yes, students from kinder¬ garten to high school shared friends during THE SHORTEST YEAR. Friends I PRINCIPAL, Mr. Honaker Central s Leaders GRADE PRINCIPAL, Mr. Brunso « 54 m SECRETARY to superintendent, Mrs. Nussbaum SUPERINTENDENT, Mr. Allen Administrative Decisions Regulate ACHS SCHOOL BAORD. Harry Raudenbush, Howard Habeg- ger, Carl Victor, Clark Smith, president; Martin Steiner, treasurer; Harvey Jones, secretary; Richard Borne. 55 Central’s Teachers TOM ADLER teaches 7th, 8th, and 9th grade math. Needless to say his favorite subjects is math. In his spare time he enjoys listening to good music. MR. ALLSPAW teaches Physics, Chemistry and algebra to 118 pupils each day. Besides sponsoring the Dramatics club, he is an official at our basket¬ ball games. PATRICIA AMSTUTZ, a new teacher at ACHS this year teaches first grade. She has one son of her own, Scott, 2 1 2 years. She holds a B.S. degree from Taylor and a M.S. degree from Ball State. WANDA ARCHBOLD teaches Shorthand, Typing I and II, and Office Practice. At home she enjoys gardening and raises ve y good strawberries. FRANCES BEATY teaches 34 second grade pupils. She has attended North Manchester College, Butler College, and has a B.S. degree from Ball State. Her hobby is flowers. LUCILE BEAVERS teaches Algebra II, Plane Geom¬ etry, and Trigonometry. She likes to travel and has visited Mexico and Hawaii. ROBERT BROWN teaches civics and English. He is a member of the Adams County Historical Society ’ and enjoys reading European and American History. EDWIN BRYAN teaches Bkkg., Dr. Ed., and Bus. Law. He enjoys working on old cars and reading books about auto repair. DELORES BEYERLY teaches fourth grade. She has attended Manchester College, Ball State, I.U., and St. Francis. MYRTLE CLEMENTS teaches 17 first grade and 6 second grade pupils. She has attended Manchester College and Ball State Teachers College. 56 i. Teach Responsibility C. DOYLE COLLIER, our Industrial Arts teacher, at¬ tends the Methodist Church, is married, and has 3 children. His outside interests include golf, in¬ surance, the Boy Scouts, boating and fishing. MARY EGLEY teaches 29 pupils in her fifth grade class. As a member of the Garden Club, she en¬ joys growing flowers and collecting vases to put them in. ELMER E. EHRSAM teaches 29 pupils in his 6th grade class. He has two sons and takes pleasure in traveling and taking and developing photographs. He attends the Monroe Methodist Church. JAMES ENGLE teaches American History, World History and Psychology. Mr. Engle has a B.S. degree in history and government from Texas Christian University. His favorite book is THE UGLY AMERICAN. DON EVERETT teaches 13 fifth grade pupils and 17 sixth grade pupils. He has a A.B. degree from Asbury College. DOROTHY FUHRMAN, our elementary music and art teacher, instructs about 500 students each week and teaches a Sunday school class at Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church. DARRELL L. GERIG, school music director instructs high school band and choir, sixth grade band, and junior high band students. He enjoys photography and is music director at the Decatur Missionary Church. FRANK GREEN teaches seventh and eighth grade health and science. One of Mr. Green ' s hobbies is eating. He holds a B.S. degree from Sam Houston State and a M.A. degree from Ball State. NAOMI GRIFFITHS, one of our first grade teachers, attended Ball State, Indiana University, Purdue Uni¬ versity, and North Manchester. Her favorite hobbies are sewing, cooking, and painting. ART D. HABEGGER, a new teacher at Adams Central this year, teaches general business, Typ- ing I, general math, and acts as assistant coach. He enjoys reading and golf. Teachers Care About MARTHA HABEGGER teaches a class of 28 first graders, the smallest she has ever had. Her hobbies include traveling, reading, and crafts. VEDA HAGGARD teaches third grade. She has a B.S. degree from St. Francis College. Her outside activities include working in her church, the Monroe Methodist. WALTER HENKEL teaches band, chorus, and general music. He sponsors the YFC Club and is a member of the Mennonite Choral Society. GENE MAX HINDENLANG a health, science, civics, and biology teacher, has an A.B. degree from Indi¬ ana University. He enjoys fishing and reading and is interested in genetics. HELEN INNIGER teaches third grade. She has a B.S. in education from Ball State Teachers College. Mrs. Inniger is interested in needle work. JAY JOHNSON, a graduate of Cedarville College in Cedarville, Ohio, teaches 31 sixth graders. Mr. Johnson is married and has 3 children. He attends the Methodist Church. MARY JOHNSON, a new teacher at ACHS this year, teaches second grade. She holds B.S. and M.A. degrees from Ball State Teachers College. THOMAS KIRCHHOFER teaches art to over 400 pupils each week. His hobbies are ceramics, let¬ tering, and music. His favorite color is olive green. MYRTA KOCH teaches 19 second graders and 10 third graders. Her hobby is collecting stamps. She has a B.S. degree from Huntington College. MARGARET KUHN teaches 32 fourth grade pupils. She holds her B.S. degree from Alma College, Alma, Michigan, and her M.A. from Ball State. 58 ■ Pupils’ Total Welfare DELORES MITCHEL teaches nine third grade pupils and 21 fourth grade pupils. Her hobbies are reading and playing the piano. Her favorite color is blue. WANDA MUNSON teaches freshman and senior English and speech. Her favorite subject is his¬ torical literature as it applies to individual per¬ sonalities. JOYCE NIELSON, who is teaching 133 AC girls to cook and sew, enjoys such hobbies as knitting, sew¬ ing, and swimming, MRS. REED enjoys children and allows them to express themselves freely. She teaches kinder¬ garten. SALLY REYNOLDS teaches fourth grade. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, horses, and St. Bernard dogs. She has a B.S. degree from Man¬ chester and is presently working on her M.A. from St. Francis. JOHN ROSIER teaches government, sociology, and United States History. He has attended the Uni¬ versity of Notre Dame, Ball State Teachers College, and Colorado State College. JERILYN SHEETS teaches fourth grade. She at¬ tends the Methodist Church and sings in the choir as well as being a sponsor for the youth group. ROBERT SHOUP teaches English and United States History. His favorite subject is English and his favorite book is PETER MARSHALL ' S SERMONS. SUZANNE SMALLEY, second grade teacher, re¬ ceived her B.S. from College of Mount St. Joseph on-the-Ohio. She enjoys reading, traveling, and golfing. MRS. FRED SOLDNER, phys. ed and health teacher, holds a B.S. degree from Bluffton College. She is the mother of four children and is very interested in homemaking activities. 59 rri n Teachers Challenge MRS. VERA TEETER--teaches 28 fifth grade stu¬ dents, has 2 children of her own, and teaches a Sunday School class. Her favorite hobbie are camp¬ ing and reading. MR. WATSON--teaches vocational agriculture. His favorite pastime includes reading, golf, nature study and wild life. Mr. Watson is married and has two children. DONALD W. SPRUNGER--teaches English to a total of 160 7th, 8th, and 9th graders. He is also a spon¬ sor of the Drama Club and a scorer at the high school basketball games. JOE SPRUNGER--teaches 28 fifth grade students. His outside actions include bowling and church ac¬ tivities. He attends the Pleasant Valley Wesleyan Methodist Church. LE6 n STRAHM— a 6th grade teacher, sponsors Adams Central ' s golf team. His favorite book is TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE. ROWENA STUCKY--teaches Latin and is librarian at Adams Central. She sponsors our local Sunshine Society and is state chairman of the Indiana Sun¬ shine Society. MRS. PHYLLIS A WELCHES--must like children. Being a kindergarten teacher, she is with 39 children in the morning and 34 in the afternoon. Also, she has 3 children of her own. MRS. SARAH WHITTENBURG--received her B.S. degree in education at Ball State Teacher ' s College. Also, she participates in Junior Achievement, League of Women Voters, and the Duplicate Bridge Club. MRS. MARY WILLIAMSON--teaches Spanish and biology. Her favorite songs are " America, " when sung by Americans in a foreign land, " Stardust, " and Spanish music. VERNON ZURCHER--besides coaching baseball and basketball, teaches arithmetic, health, and physi¬ cal education. His favorite hobbies are fishing and traveling. 60 Mr. Zurcher says, " All together now, clap your hands. " Mr. Brunso asks Tad Wulli man if the check is rubber Mrs. Munson recommends her tailor to anyone. Mr. Shoup gets his picture taken while he gets his picture taken. Pupils to Ask Questions, Study, Form Opinions " The Thinker " by Mr. Habegger. Bruce " Ringo " Burkhart rockets to stardom during a noontime hootenanny. JANITORS: Mr. Riley, Mr. Landis, Mr. Rupert. JANITOR: Mr. Suman. Responsible People Serve Centralites Well Many different people help to keep Adams Central running smoothly all the time. Throughout the day the jani¬ tors were always handy when we need¬ ed a lightbulb, a broom, or a ball off of the roof. During the year of ’65 the cooks prepared 7831 pies and 11, 253 doughnuts to satisfy hungry Centralites at noon. Every morning and evening the bus drivers and patrol boys were right on the job watching out for the safety of each student. This past year the student council sponsored a dress-up day which was very effective, but ended with aching feet for the girls and choked Adams ' apples for the boys. STUDENT COUNCIL. SEATED--Mr. Honaker, T. Ehrsam. STANDING--L. Zurcher, D. Stetler, D. Roudebush, L. Tonner, M. Burkhart, S. Stucky, T. Schmitt, G. Yost, J. Nussbaum. 62 If t BUS DRIVERS. KNEELING--B. Fisher, J. Genth, C. Workinger, J. Stevens, C. Black, H. Barger, E. Arnold, H. Schwartz, G. Steffen. STANDING--J. Nussbaum, L. Adler, M. Hart, L. Rich, C. Miller, H. Kennel, R. Brandt, C. Morrison, H. Kershner. Not pictured--R. Wable, J. Johnson. COOKS. Mrs. Freels, Mrs. Byerly, Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Rowdon. COOKS. Mrs. Bobout, Mrs. Burkhart Henschen, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Steffen, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. PATROL BOYS. R. Geyer, G. Tullis, B. Slusher, J. Burkhead, Mr. Strahm, D. Moeschberger, J. Frantz, R. Neuenschwander, E. Geyer. 63 V 1 Seniors Finish Their High School Career CLASS OFFICERS: SEATED--M. Moeschberger, sec.; S. Kaehr, pres.; Miss Williamson, sponsor; STANDING--B. Isch v. pres.; Mr. Allspaw, sponsor, R. Steury, treas.; Mr Shoup, sponsor. The Senior Class of 1965 began their high school careers in September 1961 with 81 members. Because of school reorganization the graduating class had 88 members. Funds for the class trip to Washington were raised by selling magazines, cards, and concessions, collecting class dues, and sponsoring skating parties. During their last year at Central, seniors studied hard, made college and job plans, and strengthened friendships. Jim Rash catches some extra shut-eye in study hall. Barry Isch, John Steffen, and Mr. Shoup tabulate a night ' s earnings. 64 with Mixed Feelings VERNA ADLER--NHS 3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Band 1, 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 2; Librarian 3; Band secretary-treasurer 4; Annual 3,4; Newspaper 4; Clarinet Quartet 1. DAVID LEE ARNOLD--Intramurals 1,2; Rifle Club 3; Annual 4. DELILAH ASCHLIMAN--Intramurals 1,2,3; SSS 2,3; Librarian 3; Annual Staff 2,3. KAY ASCHLIMAN--SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee Club 1; Choir 2; Annual Staff 3,4. DEANEE AYALA--Newspaper 1; SSS 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Annual 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Sea- crest High School 1,2; secretary 2. SHARON BERCOT--SSS 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Band 3,4; YFC 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,3,4; Annual 3,4. KAREN BIEBERICH--Band 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee Club 1; Annual 3,4; Dra¬ matics Club 3,4; YFC 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; SSS--Treasurer 4. JILL BRODBECK--SSS 4; Spanish 4; Annual 4; Bowl¬ ing Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Intramurals 3,4; NHS 4; Librarian 1,2,4; Class secretary-treasurer 2; Volleyball team 1. 65 Final Year Together NORMAN BROKAW--FFA 1,2,3,4, sentinel 4; Bowling 1; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Rifle Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Annual 3,4. MELVIN L. BURKHART--Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Bowling 1,2; Cross Country 2; Student Council 4; Spanish Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Bowling Champion 2; Ping-Pong Champion 1; Spanish Club treasurer 4. KATHY CHRISTMAN- SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Choir 2,3,4; Girls Glee Club 1; YFC 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; 4-H Club. RONALD CHRISTNER--Rifle Club 1; Bowling Club 1,2; Annual Staff 3,4; FFA 4; Berne 1; A.C. 2,3,4. REGINALD L. CONVERSE--YFC 2,3; promotions manager 4; NHS 3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; County Band 2; County Choir 1; NISBOVA and IMEA 1,2,3,4; YFC Talent Contests 2,3,4. DON COOK—FFA 3,4. PAUL EHRSAM--FFA 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2, 3,4; Rifle Club 3,4; Annual Photographer 3,4; Base- balll,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Cross Country 3; Pep Band 2,3,4; County Band 2. TONY EHRSAM--Class treasurer 2; Class vice president 3; Student Council 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Rifle Club 3; Annual 3,4; NHS 4; King ' s Court 4. I I ! ■ Binds Friendships NORMAN ELLENBERGER--Baseball 1; Track 1,2,3; Intramurals 2,3,4. GLORIA ENGLE--SSS 1,2,3,4, rec. sec. 3, Girl of the Month 3; Newspaper 2,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Annual 3,4; Dramatics 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; YFC 3,4; Librarian 4; Co-ed Correspondent 4; Queen ' s Court 4. CONNIE EVERETT--SSS 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; YFC 2,3,4, Quiz Team Captain 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; An¬ nual 3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; County Honor Band 2; Pep Club v. pres. 4. REX FUNK--Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; King ' s Court 4; FFA 4; Class Reporter 2. PEGGY GERBER--SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; NHS 4; Elementary Librarian 3,4. JANIS GILBERT—Band 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3; YFC 3,4; An¬ nual 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. STEVE GREEN--Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Dramatics. KENNETH HABEGGER— Intramurals 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4, pres. 4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Statistician 4; Pep Band 1; NHS 4; Pep Club 1; Hoosier Boys State 3. 67 Magazines, Cards, Cor RONALD HABEGGER--Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 1,2; Golf 4; Choir 1,2,3; YFC 1,2,3; Annual 3,4; Basketball 1; YFC.vice president 3. BRENDA HAMRICK--Spanish Club 2; SSS 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Intramurals 1; Elementary Librarian 3,4. DEAN HARMON--Intramurals 1,2,3; Annual 3,4; Bowling 1; Rifle Club 3; Baseball 1; Track 1,2. ELAINE HARVEY--SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 1; Choir 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Annual 3,4. VERNON HEDINGTON--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 43,4; Rifle Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Annual 3,4; Pep Band 3,4. KENNETH HEYERLY--Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Intramurals 1,3; Basketball 1,2; Student Coun¬ cil 2; Annual 3,4; Statistician 3,4. STEVEN HILDEBRAND--Intramurals 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; NHS 3,4; Track 3,4; Rifle Club 3; YFC 4; Math Contest 1; Chemistry Contest 3; Spanish Club vice president 3; Class Secretary 3; NHS vice president 4. JAMES KARLTON HILL--Basketball 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 4; Intramurals 1. ncessions Finance Trip MARGIE IRWIN —SSS 4; 4-H 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Art Club 4; Volleyball Team 1,2; Ping-pong 2. BARRY ISCH--Berne 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Training Choir 1; A Cappella 2; Annual 4; Class vice president 4; Intramurals 3,4; FFA secretary 4; Land Judging 1,2,3,4; Livestock Judging 1,2,3,4. MARIE KAEHR--NHS 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Dramatics 4; Honor Band 2; SSS 2,3,4; An¬ nual 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Queen ' s Court 4; NISBOVA 1,2,3,4. STEVE KAEHR--PPA 1,2,3,4; sentinel 2; parlia¬ mentarian 3; president 4; Land Judging Team 1,2,3; Crops Team 1,2,3; Dairy Team 4; Parliamentary Team 1,2,3,4; State FFA Band 2; Band 1,2,3,4, president 3, Sr. Rep. 4; Intramurals 1,3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 3; NHS 3,4; Rifle Club 3; Class presi¬ dent 2,4; King ' s Court 4. JERRY A. KELLEY--Basketball, student manager 1,2; 4-H 1; Art Club 4; Rifle Club 3,4; Annual 3,4; Baseball 1,2. SUZANNE KENNEL—Pep Club 1,2,3,4, YFC 4; SSS 4. ROBERT KERSHNER—FFA 1,2,3,4, vice president 4; Intramurals 1,3; Band 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2,3; Annual 3,4. JACKIE LONGENBERGER I Spare Time Spent WARREN L. MACY--NHS 3,4; Golf 3,4; Band 1; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Annual 3,4; Intramurals 1,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Class treasurer 1,3; NHS vice president 4; Regional and State Math Contest 2 . HAROLD F. MAILAND--Pep Club 1,2; Bowling 2; YFC librarian 1, president 2; Band 1,2,3; Rifle Club 4; Art Club 4; Intramurals 4; 4-H 1,2,3,4; PM Spring Festival King 1; County Honor Band 2. DALE MAN KEY—FFA 1,2,3,4; Soil Judging 4; Live¬ stock Judging 1,2; Vegetable Judging 1,2. RITA MATTAX--SSA 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; YFC 1,2,3,4; Honor Band 2; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Choir 1; Annual 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; NISBOVA 1,4; Queen ' s Court 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. RONALD MIHM--FFA 3,4. STEVEN MINNICH--FFA 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 3; Cross Country 4; 4-H 1,2,3,4. MARIS MOESCHBERGER--SSS 1,2,3,4; Girl of the Month 2, corr. secretary 2; YFC 1,3,4; NHS 3,4, sec.-treas. 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Honor Band 2; Honor Choir 1; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Newspaper 3; Annual 3,4, editor 4; DAR Citi¬ zen 4; Girls State 3; Class secretary 1,4; Student Council 2. CARL D. MYERS--Spanish Club 3; Rifle Club 3,4; Bowling 1,2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Class sec.-treas. 1. Building Memories KERMIT LEE MYERS--Intramurals 1,2,4; FFA 1,2, 3,4; Rifle Club 3,4; Choir 1,4; 4-H 2; Volleyball 1,2,4. DONNA NOLL--SSS 4; Pep Club 1,2; 4-H 1,2; Vol¬ leyball 1,2; Bowling 2. ERIC NUSSBAUM--Dramatics 2,3,4; Annual 3,4; Art Club 3,4; YFC 1. ARLENE PARRISH--SSS 1,2,3,4, president 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Bowl¬ ing 4; Annual 3,4; Choir 1. DONALD POLING--Rifle Club 3; Annual 3,4; YFC 1,2; Track 1,2; Intramurals 1,2. KENNETH PYLE--Intramurals 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Dairy Judging 3,4; 4-H 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Dairy Judging Metal. JAMES S. RASH--Baseball 2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; Golf 3,4; Annual 3,4; NHS 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Class president 3. CLOISE REINHART--FFA 3,4. 71 " T Final Exams—Washing NORMAN F. RILEY--Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Spanish C ub 4; Rifle Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Class secretary 1. ART RENGGER--Baseball 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2,3; Rifle Club 3; Band 1,2,3,4, Drum Major 2,3,4; Choir 4; King ' s Court 4; State Dairy Judging Contest 3; State FFA Band 2,3. COLLEEN RENGGER--Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Sunshine 3,4; Annual 3,4; Intramurals 3; Berne 1,2; Latin Club 1; Choir 1,2. JUDY M. RINGGER--SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 1,4; NHS 4; Annual 3,4; Class secretary 2; Bowling 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Ping-pong Champ 1,3. PAULINE RIPLEY—Band 1,2; Choir 1,2; SSS 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Dramatics 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Pep Band 1; Newspaper, art editor 3,4; Annual 3,4; Art Club 2,3,4; Librarian 4; Girls State Alternate 3; NISBOVA 1,2. BRENDA ROE--SSS 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Intra¬ murals 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2,3,4. GARY ROSS--4-H 1,2,3, vice president 3; Rifle Club 3,4; Bowling 1,2; FFA 4; Art Club 4, president 4; Pep Club 1; Intramurals 3,4; Class vice president 2 . MIKE ROSS--Golf 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. 72 ■ I ft m mm ton—Caps and Gowns JUDY A. ROTH--Pep Club 1; Volleyball Team 1. MARGARET ROWDON--SSS 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3,4; YFC 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; Annual 3,4; Pep Club 3, president 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Honor Band 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,4; NISBOVA 1,4; Queen ' s Court 4. ELIZABETH A. SAPP—SSS 2,3,4; Annual 3; YFC 1; Pep Club 1,2. IRMA O. SERNA--Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Annual 3,4; Intramurals 1; PTA Queen Contest 1; Spanish Regional Contest 2; PM 1; AC 2,3,4. LARRY D. SIPE--FFA 1,2,3,4, treasurer 4; Rifle Club 1; Annual 3,4; Berne 1; AC 2,3,4. RONALD SMITH--Intramurals 1,2; Annual 3,4; Basketball 1. BECKY SOLDNER--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; SSS 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 2,3,4; Annual 3,4, business manager 4; Pep Band 3,4; YFC 4; NHS 3,4; Intra¬ murals 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Democrat High School Reporter 4; Journalism Institute 4; Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 4. ROGER SOMMER--Rifle Club 3,4. 73 Commencement DAVE SPEAKMAN--YFC 1,2; Bowling 1,2; Track 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Baseball 1,2; Cross Country 1; Annual 4; Spanish Club 4, secretary 4; Intra¬ murals 3. EDWARD A. SPRUNGER—Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Band 1; Bowling 1,2; Annual 4; YPMB 1,2,3,4; Soft- ball 1,2,3. CARMI STEFFEN--Choir 2; YFC 1,2; SSS 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Annual 3,4; Newspaper 2,3,4, editor 4; Spanish Club 3,4, president 3; Dramatics 3,4; Art 1; Pep Club 4; Intramurals 2; Journalism Institute 4; Class vice president 2; Student Council 1; State Spanish Contest 2. JOHN STEFFEN--Annual 4; FFA 1,2,3,4, reporter 3, parliamentarian 4; Land Judging 1,4; Livestock Judging 1,2,3; Parliamentary Procedure 3,4; Vege¬ table Judging 1,2; Student Council 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 2,3; Free-Throw Tour¬ ney Winner 1; First in County Soil Contest 1. TERRY WAYNE STEFFEN--FFA 1,2,3,4; Livestock Judging 1,2; Poultry Judging 3,4. RONALD LEE STEURY--Spanish Club 3,4; YFC 1,2; Annual 3; Dramatics 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Honor Society 4; Class vice president 1; Class treasurer 4. GALE STRAUB RICHARD STUCKY--Basketball, student manager 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Base¬ ball 1,2,3; Annual 3,4. 74 H. DAVID SUMAN— Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Annual 4; YPMB 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4. LIBBY SUMMERSETT—Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4; Annual 4; Dramatics 3; YFC 2,3; Newspaper 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; YFC secretary 3. HARRIET TONNER--Berne 1,2; Training Choir 1,2; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Latin Club 1; AC 3,4; Pep Club 3; SSS 3,4; Annual 4. BARBARA MARVENE WECHTER--SSS 1,2,3,4; An¬ nual 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; YFC 1; Band 1; Choir 1,2; Dramatics 2,4. RICHARD WELCH--Spanish Club 3,4; Art Club 2.3.4, promotions manager 4; YFC 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Newspaper, sports editor 3,4; Annual 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2. KENT WHITACRE--Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Crop Judging 1,2,3; Volleyball 1.2.3.4. JERRY YOUNG--l,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . STUART ZURCHER--Newspaper 4; Annual 4; Bas¬ ketball 1. End and Beginning 75 Candace Anderson Connie Arnold Ronald Arnold Allen Baumgartner Tom Bebout Max Beer Ed Bentz Colleen Biberstine Eldana Bollenbacher Arleen Borne Bob Brown Roger Buettner Jim Butler Jim Byer Jim Case Cathy Cauble Ron Collins Carol Connelley Delane Cook Nancy Lee Cook Nancy M. Cook Raymond Currie Ed Daniels Arleen Dennison Mary Edgell Jim Ehrsam Kathalee 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 Kathie Hammond Jerry Hamrick Melvin Hamrick CLASS OFFICERS: Phil Isch, vice-president; Mrs. Nielsen, sponsor; Kathy Ehrsam, treasurer; Mrs. Whittenburg, sponsor; John Geimer, presi¬ dent; Cary Gerber, secretary; and Mr. Habegger, sponsor. Wanda Adler Steve Amstutz 76 Juniors Proudly Become Upperclassmen Sharon Harmon Patty Harvey Carolyn Hildebrand David Hill Bonnie Hirschy JoAnn Hirschy Cindy Hurst Jane Lnniger Cheryl Isch Phil Isch Tom Isch James Kaehr Ronald Kelley Ron Kipfer Duane Landis Steven Landis Gloria Longsworth Allen Mailand Rodney Mailer Glen Marckel Vicki McClain Charles McCullough Kathy McKean Romona Merriman Wayne Miller Jerry Morningstar Ted Nussbaum Linda Osterman Sara Ploughe Ted Rash Don Raudenbush Linda Rich Johnny Riojas Mary Riojas Linda Roe Diana Roudenbush Michael Sauers Roger Schnepp Brian Schwartz Etta Schwartz Pataliena Shaffer Duane Shifferly Allen Shoaf Janet Smith Sharon Smith Steve Smith Janice Soldner Linda Stevens C ami el Striker Steve Stucky LouAnne Tonner Susan Wagley Kathy Watkins James Welch Judy Workinger Tad Wulliman ■ 11 CLASS OFFICERS: Dianne Moser, treasurer; Carol Macy, secretary; Alan Ringger, vice-president; Miss Beavers, sponsor; Mrs. Munson, sponsor; and Rita King, president. Ray Adler Ralph Aschliman Linda Balsiger Harriet Bercot Lois Beiberick Allen Birch Richard Borne Blair Brown Jack Brown Jane Bryan John Bunner Mike Burke Judy Butler Bonnie Cook Robert Cook Roger Currie Cheryl Dick Judy Double Marsha Engle Richard Everett Barbara Garwood Cathy Gerber Gloria Gerber Janet Gerber Jim Gilbert Danny Green Kinley Gunder Karen Hammond Janet Hamrick Myron Hamrick Denny Harvey Darrell Heyerly Von Heyerly Janet Hill David Hitchcock I 1 78 Sophomores Push on Steadily to the Goal Linda Hodle Judy Hoffman Jayne Irwin Lyle Kaehr Leon Kauffman Stephen Kershner Rita King Melissa Kipfer Ruth Kipfer Wayne Kirchner Carol Macy Eva Mankey Beverly Martin Leland McAlhaney La Donna McCullough Donna Miller Jim Miller Leon Morgan Dianne Moser Gregg Neiford Roger Noll Lynn Ratcliff Darlene Rich Stanley Rich Alan Ringger Deryll Ringger Jesse Riohas Jerry Ripple Rex Roe Bob Ross Phyllis Sapp Linda Sauers Eddie Schwartz Pat Sheehan Steven Sommer David Sovine Ann Sprung er Karen Sprung er Diane Steffen Diana Stetler Bill Stucky Carol Tonner Linda Tonner Steve Tumbleson Gretta Wulliman Gretchen Yost Pansy Zimmerman 79 CLASS OFFICERS: Phil Bentz, vice-president; Mr. Bryan, Mr. Watson, spon¬ sors; Pat Isch, president; Mary Kaehr, secretary; Jo Ellen Wulliman, treasurer; and Mrs. Archbold, sponsor. Myles Anderson Tim Bebout Judy Beer Philip Bentz Dennis Bieberich Roger Bollenbacher Carol Borne Sheila Buettner Vickie Burkhead David Carver Iris Cauble Jaynie Christman Connie Cook Jane Dague Diane Dennison David Echelbarger Nancy Edgell Charlotte Elam Larry Ellenberger Mike Evanson Patty Fiechter Edward Garwood Darlene Geyer Anita Girod Jane Hammond Darrel Harmon Bob Harris Gladys Hart Jack Harvey Ann Haugk Linda Henschen Connie High Rick Hill Irene Hindenlang Dewain Hirschy 80 Freshmen Begin Their High School Career Janice Jones Mary Kaehr Sheila Kirchner Jim Lantz Linda Longsworth David Manley Beth Mann Olga Mauricio Cheri McClain Bertha Miller Becky Miller Bob Miller Leon Mitchel Karen Myers Jan Nussbaum Lalah Nussbaum Pamela Nussbaum Rex Oliver Tom Patrick Sheryl Raudenbush Ray Reinhart Ronnie Reynolds Diane Rich Larry Rich Jo Ann Riff Gloria Ripple Dennis Roe Leon Roe Wayne Ross Donna Roudebush Danny Sanders Tim Schmitt Alan Schug Leland Shoaf Linda Soldner Janice Sommer Roxann Stavenick Dennis Striker Joan Stucky Marlene Stucky Vicki Suman Anita Teeple Becky Tonner Rose Tonner Gary Wable John Wagley Connie Watkins Deliha Wickey JoEllen Wulliman Brian Zurcher 81 mm • y t j ... f | % Ll. ' BOTTOM ROW: G. Case, C. Brodbeck, S. Everett, B. Brunner, C. Cook, D. Aschliman, C. Harvey, J. Connelley, Mr. Sprunger. SECOND ROW: P. Arnold, B. Adler, J. Garwood, R. Cook, R. Fennig, B. Genth, R. Eckelbarger, D. Alle n. THIRD ROW: J. Funk, L. Beavers, A. Hilty, C. Hamrick, B. Bowers, B. Harmon, B. Birch, R. Bailey. FOURTH ROW: D. Fairchild, M. Cook, G. Archer, D. Aschliman, J. Frantz, N. Brown, T. Be bout, J. Burkhead, B. Borne. Mr. Sprunger—Section 8A Mr. Adler—Section 8B BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Adler, R. Irwin, B. Kipfer, M. Lantz, G. Leyse, D. Light, S. Hurst, M. Riley. SECOND ROW: L. Kipfer, L. Nussbaum, J. Nussbaum, J. Raudenbush, S. Leyse, C. Moser, R. Kaehr, J. Kaehr. THIRD ROW: R. Longsworth, M. Heare, G. Hirschy, R. Neuenschwander, D. Haines, D. Ray, J. Mankey, L. Mauricio. FOURTH ROW: L. Harvey, D. Luginbill, M. Isch, D. Moeschberger, L. Keys, H. Reed, H. McDermott. BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Green, G. Riojas, J. Wable, L. Stetler, C. Shaffer, C. Williamson, D. Shoaf, K. Huntley. SECOND ROW: S. Stump, M. Shetler, D. Tumbleson, S. Steury, M. Sommers, W. Striker, R. Smith, M. Schmitt. THIRD ROW: L. Springer, J. Moser, V. Zurcher, R. Schwartz, B. Zimmerman, M. Schwartz, S. Schwartz. FOURTH ROW: D. Schiederer, W. Tinkham, M. Royer, K. Steiner, L. Troyer, R. Tonnelier, J. Sipe, K. Summersett. Mr. Green—Section 8C Mr. Brown—Section 7 A BOTTOM ROW: A. Hamilton, D. Haines, V. Bowers, D. Andrews, Mr. Brown, M. Gilbert, M. Carnall, M. Ger¬ ber, D. Eyanson, J. Becker. SECOND ROW: L. Balsiger, S. Geimer, D. Gaunt, K. Fruchte, S. Fiechter, D. Hack, D. Fisher, S. Bertsch, D. Bailey. THIRD ROW: P. Elam, S. Gerber, R. Aschliman, L. Dishong, J. Double, M. Edgell, B. Bryan, C. Gerber, S. Baumgartner. FOURTH ROW: R. Crownover, J. Brewster, D. Eclcelbarger, G. Hart, E. Geyer, J. Haugk, S. Smith, S. Foreman. BOTTOM ROW: J. McClain, J. Johnson, C. Springer, W. Johnson, Mr. Hindenlang, A. Nussbaum, J. Myers, J Miller, R. Reinhard, T. Longenberger. SECOND ROW: M. Kaehr, A. Mitch, C. Martin, L. Matt ax, A. Hirshy, J. Patrick, C. Lawson, K. Martin, D. Jones. THIRD ROW: D. Heyerly, R. Mutschler, K. Nussbaum, B. Hilty, A. Hilty, L. Fairchild, C. Martin, D. Hoffman, S. Oliver. FOURTH ROW: P. Hill, D. Reinhard, B. Kolter, S. Neiford, M. Liechty, V. Reinhart, T. Reinhart, R. Minnich. Mr. Hinde nlang—Section 7B Mr. Engle—Section 7C BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Engle, R. Wickey, P. Zimmerman, L. Teeple, A. Shifferly, J. Riley, J. Redding, S. Stuckey, C. Rdngger, S. Smith. SECOND ROW: P. Vidal, M. Miller, S. Lyons, B. Slusher, K. Rich, M. Roth, C. Reinhart, J. Suman, K. Shaffer. THIRD ROW: P. Shoaf, S. Roe, K. Riff, R. Stucky, K. Webb, T. Stevens, T. Soldner, D. Tinkham. FOURTH ROW: A. Stoller, T. Steury, T. Steffen, P. Wickey, M. Childs, S. Tullis, R. Huntly, L. Zurcher, S. Zurcher. r i T ' ■ 11 JR ! « Don ' t BOTTOM ROW: J. Vidal, G. Schmitt, D. Longsworth, R. High, J. Rich. SECOND ROW: P. Tonnellier, J. Zurcher, C. Goldner, M. Jackson, D. Nussbaum, C. Pierce, A. Engle. THIRD ROW: L. Wulliman, K. Moesch- berger, G. Garwood, V. Schrock, D. Borne, J. Arends, R. Arnold, D. Barger, L. Gerber. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Ehrsam, R. Geyer, D. Gerig, J. Nussbaum, R. Everett, B. Stoller, R. Bollenbacher. ABSENT: C. Steiner, J. Brewster. Mr. Ehrsam—Grade 6 Mr. Johnson—Grade 6 BOTTOM ROW: D. Smith, D. Thomas, A. Mauricio, J. Rich, K. Kauffman, B. Liechty. SECOND ROW: A. Aschliman, K. Steury, L. Schwartz, L. Reed, R. Teeple, S. Kaehr, S. Webb, B. Neuenschwander. THIRD ROW: Mr. Johnson, M. Cauble, M. Nussbaum, B. Nussbaum, J. Merriman, D. Neadstine, R. Garwood, R. Yost. FOURTH ROW: J. Connelley, N. Adler, V. Jordan, S. Mailer, P. Strait, B. Schug, T. Garner, T. Rupert, D. Allen. 4 ' 9 u- % 1 i £«Pj B - ' X ]B Js WL- 1 4£i BOTTOM ROW: G. Striker, R. Irwin, G. Tullis, R. Smith, P. Kershner, D. Shetler, J. Schwartz, J. Wickey. SECOND ROW: D. Zurcher, N. Beer, C. Eyanson, L. Schwartz, L. Aschliman, S. Christman, E. Kipfer, P. Shoaf. THIRD ROW: A. Riojas, C. Germann, V. Shoaf, J. Patrick, P. Hirschy, M. Schwartz, C. Wickey, J. Miller, E. Gerber. FOURTH ROW: B. Genth, A. Arnold, C. Hamilton, R. Moser, M. Ellenberger, M. Shaffer, F. Ham¬ mond, Mr. Strahn. Mr. Strahm—Grade 6 Mr. Everett—Grades 5,6 BOTTOM ROW: M. Morrison, T. Everett, S. Ehrsam, R. Sheehan, S. Wolfe, J. Irwin, J. Shoaf, J. Brunner, C. Cook, C. Noll. SECOND ROW: S. Workinger, B. Sheets, K. Kraft, C. Case, M. Thatcher, J. Moser, D. Fair- child, D. Funk, M. Lyons, D. Johnson, Mr. Everett. THIRD ROW: D. McCullough, G. Watkins, C. Tinkham, A. Riley, R. Morrison, R. Bollenbacher, R. Rehm, D. Tinkham, E. Girod, G. Hindenlang. ™ . jTfvr TO C ) uT h ' (1 I If £ Ann l Q L ] 1 " T f ’ 1 BOTTOM ROW: M. Klinger, V. Steiner, G. Hack, D. Welch, L. Garner, R. Troyer, SECOND ROW: N. Fiech- ter, D. Roe, M. Amstutz, R. Sommer, W. Hirschy, D. Longenberger, C. Stoller. THIRD ROW: R. Gerber, J. Soldner, S. Kaehr, S. Fawbush, T. Morningstar, C. Byerly, R. Garwood, Mrs. Egley. FOURTH ROW: R. Oster- man, S. Nussbaum, D. Roe, J. Rich, A. Mitchel, R. Borne. ABSENT: J. Harvey, J. Hilty, J. Hilty. Mrs. Egley—Grade 5 Mr. Sprunger—Grade 5 BOTTOM ROW: R. Martin, K. Steiner, F. Wickey, K. Fisher, G. Hodle. SECOND ROW: E. Hilty, P. Kennel, K. Hirschy, I. Kaehr, S. Bertsch, K. Ehrman, L. Gaunt. THIRD ROW: Mr. Sprunger, C. Rich, S. Mankey, L. Adler, M. Hilty, R. Tharp, C. Girod, R. Mailloux, S. Kiser. FOURTH ROW: A. Heyerly, V. Peterson, S. Rich, M. Taylor, M. Steury, J. Garwood, M. Zimmerman. p I II I BOTTOM ROW: R. Miller, T. Sprunger, R. Tullis, J. Haggard, R. Engle, G. Roe. SECOND ROW: D. Kelsey, D. Eckelbarger, C. Slusher, S. Myers, K. Arnold, B. Mailer, A. Yost. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Teeter, J. Gilbert, T. Bieberstine, D. Leyse, L. Heyerly, A. Mauricio, J. Funk, P. Isch. FOURTH ROW: R. Andrews, D. Studa- baker, G. Gerber, L. Clark, R. Owens, R. Rich, D. Garwood. Mrs. Teeter—Grade 5 Mrs. Byerly—Grade 4 BOTTOM ROW: G. Landis, J. Bluhm, J. Wittwer, J. Bergman, J. Foreman, S. Fiechter, G. Double. SECOND ROW: C. Clark, C. Bebout, M. Garwood, K. Barger, L. Yost, V. Kolter, C. Fruchte, S. Neadstine. THIRD ROW: R. Bryan, M. Taylor, L. Schwartz, C. Johnson, S. Schrock, M. Hilty, S. Burkhart, N. Wagley. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Byerly, T. Jackson, B. Miller, M. Hilty, M. Zurcher, D. Harvey, M. Roudenbush, G. Childs, K. Ringger. BOTTOM ROW: R. Young, L. Shetler, D. Hilty, J. Elder, K. Fruechte, J. Houk, S. Lantz, D. Seitz. SECOND ROW: E. Miller, G. Everett, J. Beery, S. Habegger, R. Kaehr, J. Geisel, L. Barger, D. Biberstine. THIRD ROW: P. Reed, L. Schwartz, J. Miller, S. Serna, C. Reinhard, S. Hoopingarner, M. Manley, G. Patrick. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Kuhn, S. Bieberich, M. Kaehr, K. Steffen, K. Zimmerman, T. Carnall, M. Zurcher, J. Myers, S. Bassett, Miss Gisel. Mrs. Kuhn—Grade 4 Mrs. Reynolds—Grade 4 BOTTOM ROW : R. Myers, D. Eyanson, D. Steury, B. Mutschler, J. Slusher, T. Becher, D. Haines, R. Hurst, C. Hodle. SECOND ROW: R. Sprunger, B. Arnold, S. Studabaker, D. Wable, S. Rash, K. King, B. Bailey, S. Mattax. THIRD ROW: S. Schwartz, M. Bieberich, G. Hill, A. Mitchel, J. Moser, M. Gilbert, P. Sauers, J. Wiseman. FOURTH ROW: D. Kershner, R. Reynolds, L. Schwartz, R. Vidal, R. Landis, D. Inniger, D. Dailey, Mrs. Reynolds. BOTTOM ROW: K. Sheehan, S. Bollenbacher, F. Coder, R. Hoffman, G. Morrison, S. Elzey, J. Johnson, L. Edwards, L. Ehrsam, Mrs. Mitchel. SECOND ROW: S. Everett, M. Noll, P. Brodbeck, E. W atkins, J. Thatcher, D. Huston, C. Foor, J. Springer, D. Girod, J. Chapman. THIRD ROW: R. Mihm, R. Cook, B. Hitchcock, J. Workinger, M. Riley, R. Lichtenberger, S. Case, D. Edgel, S. DeFlon, T. Light. Mrs. Mitchel—Grades 3,4 Mrs. Haggard—Grade 3 BOTTOM ROW: D. Rich, R. Everett, E. Cavanaugh, D. Aschliman, J. Kaehr, J. Hack. SECOND ROW: S. Schlickman, E. Troyer, A. Irwin, E. Smith, D. Miller, N. Engle, B. Bergman, C. Nussbaum. THIRD ROW: E Tonner, D. Tinkham, D. Mankey, L. Peterson, C. Manley, J. Gilbert, J. Ellenberger. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Haggard, J. Serna, G. Gerber, K. Ehrman, B. Landis, B. Garwood, D. Ehlerding, D. Moser. BOTTOM ROW: D. Kelsey, D. Fiechter, D. Carr, M. Gilbert, K. Gerber, C. Zurcher. SECOND ROW: D. Pierce, M. Schwartz, A. Steury, J. Funk, L. Carter, M. Wiseman, S. King. THIRD ROW: A. Raudenbush, R. Jordan, K. Nussbaum, C. Mitchel, B. Hoffman, R. Nussbaum, D. Longsworth, L. Stucky. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Inniger, D. Taylor, J. Brewster, D. Adler, R. Manley, J. Miller, L. Marckle, M. Sauers, N. Poling. Mrs. Inniger—Grade 3 Mrs. Sheets—Grade 3 BOTTOM ROW: M. Hilty, R. Wickey, D. Roe, J. Riff, J. Dennison, N. Sprunger, R. Hodle, G. Andrews. SECOND ROW: N. Bassett, A. Nussbaum, J. Houle, D. Simon, K. Wulliman, S. Gerber, D. Christman, S. Poor- man. THIRD ROW: S. Kaehr, M. Nussbaum, S. Longenberger, R. Myers, D. Rupert, Mrs. Sheets, S. Fuelling, R. Landis, B. Gerber, K. Bauman. BOTTOfyl ROW: B. Sprunger, T. Wolfe, R. Mihm, D. Lyons, S. Bailey, S. Huston, D. Feasel, J. Brodbeck, Mrs. Koch. SECOND ROW: K. Watkins, B. Wolfe, M. Gallogly, D. Noll, R. Elzey, D. Workinger, H. Coder, M. Hurst, W. Fairchild, Jr.; G. Everett. THIRD ROW: K. Jones, C. Cook, D. Johnson, J. Ross, R. Bebout, S. Girod, C. Tricker, R. Dague, T. Tinkham. Mrs. Koch—Grades 2,3 Mrs. Beaty—Grade 2 BOTTOM ROW: E. Mauricio, R. Fennig, E. Taylor, D. Leyse, T. Carnall, D. Gerber, K. Nussbaum, T. Slusher. SECOND ROW: C. Roe, L. Steury, T. Nussbaum, C. Cavanaugh, C. Cavanaugh, L. Hilty, J. Kauffman, J. Beery. THIRD ROW: P. Bryan, J. Redding, R. Schwartz, D. Gerber, M. Amstutz, C. Vidal, L. Winans, H. Ringger, FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Beaty, C. Hirschy, K. Steffen, M. Parrish, N. Arnold, R. Beer, T. Sheets, S. Garner, R. Zurcher, M. Webb. ' V gf " . ? Jr T 4»t ' 4 f S% ti- , m _ I 1 s j l pffiy Li - -jJL —” vv • ! ' ’I £ V :Tf J l -slw.- 1 : -L r ZJr-J U 1 hf •■ BsSUL TwBLJr A w w m ft m l! BOTTOM ROW: A. Tonner, D. Klinger, E. Fisher, J. Mora, J. Harvey, M. Schwartz, W. Shetler. SECOND ROW: R. Heiser, A. Geyer, P. Reinhart, T. Nussbaum, S. Martin, T. Schrock, L. Jackson, J. Steffen, J. Pierce. THIRD ROW: K. Ehrman, J. Byerly, S. Borne, K. Seitz, D. Weisman, J. Engle, B. Gerber, D. Teeple, G. Mankey. FOURTH ROW: Miss Smalley, M. Hoopingarner, J. Genth, M. Honaker, B. Ostermeyer, L. Arnold, E. Dick, B. Burkhart, E. Steffen. Miss Smalley—Grade 2 Miss Johnson—Grade 2 BOTTOM ROW: D. Bertsch, R. Johnson, D. Garwood, T. Liechty, M. Mitchel, D. Hirschy, K. Barger. SEC¬ OND ROW: J. Gerber, L. Irwin, J. Rich, C. Eyanson, S. Weaver, L. Stucky, A. Sell, J. Reed, L. Patrick. THIRD ROW: R. Roe, J. Mora, C. Zurcher, T. Adler, S. Eckelbarger, L. Burkhead, D. Rumple, M. Bertsch, R. Fiechter. FOURTH ROW: L. Stoller, M. Double, D. Ross, J. Soldner, F. Coppess, D. Gerig, D. Allen, M. Nuss¬ baum, Miss Johnson. ABSENT: P. Shetler. yMw p fi % 1 mm JW4.SJL9I i ' 4 Jf.. 4 J k 4 i ’ 1 L 4P BOTTOM ROW: T. Brodbeck, C. Chapman, T. Edgell, T. Wolfe, G. Noll, J. Cook, C. Mihm, Miss Clements. SECOND ROW: C. Everett, N. Morrison, R. Rehm, K. Dick, S. Johnson, E. Miller, T. Lichtenberger. THIRD ROW: J. Girod, B. Ehrsam, C. Wolfe, J. Everett, B. Wolfe, S. Morrison, J. Tinkham, J. Thatcher, T. Girod. Miss Clements—Grades 1,2 Mrs. Amstutz—Grade I BOTTOM ROW: A. Wulliman, T. Roe, N. Hurst, C. Clouse, C. Steiner, N. Hurst, J. Sell, V. Ringger, V. Mitchel. SECOND ROW: L. Carter, L. Myers, G. Hill, B. Haugk, K. Ringger, C. Hilty, T. Hoopingamer, B. Manley. THIRD ROW: D. Bollinger, D. Schwartz, K. Ehrman, A. Steffen, J. Wickey, M. Barger, D. Gerber, T. Engle, Mrs. Amstutz. ABSENT: R. Kiser, S. Gerber. BOTTOM ROW: J. Mailer, R. Garwood, P. Beer, G. Fiechter. SECOND ROW: D. Carr, K. Steffen, S. Hilty, M. Schwartz, G. Miller, J. Tonnellier, C. Longenberger, C. Gerber. THIRD ROW: M. Amstutz, D. Winons, L. Schwartz, N. Schug, N. Hirschy, M. Gilbert, S. Abbott. FOURTH ROW: M. Webb, D. Nussbaum, R. Rey¬ nolds, M. Mitchel, T. Kirchner, D. Stout, B. Shetler, L. Hilty, Mrs. Griffiths. ABSENT: R. Zimmerman. Mrs. Griffiths—Grade I Mrs. Habegger—Grade I BOTTOM ROW: D. Klinger, N. Martin, M. Hirschy, D. Beer, D. Reed, F. Evans. SECOND ROW: R. Mattax, T. Young, J. Nussbaum, B. Ostermeyer, S. Palmer, V. Tharp, J. Bentz, R. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: R. Steffen, B. Nussbaum, C. Beer, R. Becher, S. Byerly, T. Kirchner, C. Clark. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Habegger, B. Stude- baker, G. Hirschy, T. Gerber, B. Troxel, R. Rumple, S. Bauman, J. Isch. BOTTOM ROW: D. Wilder, J. Fiechter, K. Elder, M. Rich, E. Garner, K. Engle, J. Heimann, E. Evans, V. Ringger, S. Braun. SECOND ROW: L. Loshe, A. Heimann, T. Eyanson, J. Bowers, G. Bixler, K. Shoaf, R. Stout, T. Williamson, N. Sprunger. THIRD ROW: M. Noll, P. Heimann, B. Heiser, J. Bluhm, S. Wilder, M. Miller, T. Bovine, L. Mailloux, S. Poling. FOURTH ROW: D. Eckelbarger, B. Dick, G. Seitz, S. Gerber, L. Tonner, L. Tonner, B. Childs, T. Geisel, J. Kaehr, P. Wilder, Mrs. Welches. Mrs. Welches—Morning Kindergarten BOTTOM ROW: M. Noll, S. Wilder, K. Elder, P. Wilder, P. Heimann, B. Heiser, J. Bluhm, L. Loshe, V. Ring¬ ger, G. Sertz, B. Childs, J. Bowers. SECOND ROW: L. Mailloux, J. Heimann, E. Garner, B. Dick, E. Evans, G. Bixler, A. Heimann, M. Rich, S. Poling, N. Sprunger, T. Williamson, K. Engle. THIRD ROW: T. Geisel, D. Eckelbarger, S. Gerber, T. Eyanson, M. Miller, R. Stout, L. Tonner, J. Kaehr, D. Wilder, L. Tonner, K. Shoaf, T. Bovine, S. Braun. m I BOTTOM ROW: J. Myers, D. Dailey, R. White, S. Hill, E. Spangler, J. Tinkham, B. Hurst, R. Johnson, A. Barkley, L. Barkley, Mrs. Reed. SECOND ROW: B. Sheets, J. Hitchcock, C. Butler, D. Bowen, S. Dick, B. Sprunger, G. Rawley, B. Hawkins, G. Elzey, R. Huston, B. Hirschy, D. Noll. THIRD ROW: R. Manley, D. Kelsey, J. Christman, C. Speakman, J. Grove, T. McCullough, D. Winans, S. Roe, R. Dague, B. Lyons, A. Riley, M. Bailey. Mrs. Reed—Afternoon Kindergarten Mrs. Welches—Afternoon Kindergarten BOTTOM ROW: B. Honaker, R. Liechty, R. Ross, M. Parrish, R. Hamilton, R. Rumple, J. Genth, K. Ulman, R. Pierce. SECOND ROW: D. Byerly, R. Bollinger, K. Strahm, C. Tharp, M. Gilbert, K. Busse, D. Strait, J. Ehlerding. THIRD ROW: D. Carr, P. Zurcher, K. Coyne, D. Myers, S. Soldner, P. Arnold, V. Nussbaum, T. Bluhm, N. Sauquist. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Welches, J. Amstutz, M. Slusher, D. Hirschy, R. Mutschler, R. Goldner, A. Gerber, R. Geyer, J. Teeple. ABSENT: T. Landis. Advertising plays a most important role in present day living. It would be virtually impossible to spend a single day without coming in contact with an advertisement of some sort. You see ads on billboards, in store windows, in magazines, in news¬ papers, on television, and in the yearbook. Much is gained from advertising. If you have something to sell, wish to buy an item, or have information to impart, ad¬ vertise. Many friends of Cen-Trails have placed their ads in our publication. To each and all, we say " Thank You " and hope that your ad in this book will reap you a good reward. To the consumers, we hope that you have bought from these advertis¬ ers during THE SHORTEST YEAR. Advertising Save and Bank at THE FIRST STATE BANK Established 1883 Decatur, Indiana Cen-Trails Boosters BERNE Berne Locker Storage Master Feed Store Berne Ranch House Clauser Furniture Faith and Life Book Store G. C. Moser Insurance Gulf Super Service The Habit Cleaners Hendrick ' s Electric Larry ' s Barber Shop Dr. M. A. Lehman Liechty Bros. Plbg. and Heating Poplar Drive Inn Rich ' s Barber Shop Schwartz Gift Shop and Food Center Dr. Edgar P. Sprunger GENEVA Hanni Furniture, Home Furnishings Kozy Korner Restaurant Naas Foods, Inc. MONROE LP Gas Monroe Washer—Repair Service PLEASANT MILLS Adams County Farm-Bureau DECATUR Adler Brothers ' Garage Chic Dry Cleaners and Laundry Commercial Printing Shop Culligan Water Cond. Sales and Service Dairy Queen Decatur Auto Supply, Inc. Decatur Dry Cleaners Decatur Equipment Inc. Decatur Supply House Inc. Downtown Texaco Kelly ' s Dry Cleaning Kenny ' s OK Barber Shop Mazelin ' s Coin Laundry Dry-Cleaning F. McConnell and Sons Rentz Florist Norval S. Rich, M.D. Shaffer ' s Restaurant Uhrick Brothers Village Beauty Salon Wertzbergers Western Auto BLUFFTON Shafer Tractor Sales VERA CRUZ Rauch ' s Barber Shop Croy ' s Machine Shop ADAMS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 309 South 13th Street Phone 3-3104 Decatur, Indiana 46733 U.S. Highway 27, South These Kids Are Growing with Monroe ANDERSON INDUSTRY hooker iUMSES GLASS PAINTS •. hardware Add Color to Your Life with Hooker Paints ANDERSON INDUSTRY Decatur, Indiana Have Home, Will Roam ADAMS COUNTY TRAILER SALES New and Used Mobile Homes Hi-Ways 27-33 Decatur, Indiana Don ' t Be a Square, Buy Your Supplies at ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP LUMBER COMPANY Monroe, Indiana Let Adler Brothers Do Your Dirty Work. ADLER BROTHERS ' GARAGE Craigville 565-3258 Decatur, Indiana AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER CORPORATION OF AMERICA " Keep It Cool " Monroe, Indiana Wise Up! Take Your Lump Sum to the GENEVA BANK Treat Your Car to Tender Loving Care at BEAVERS OIL SERVICE " Friendliness Lives Here " 168 S. Second St. Decatur, Indiana Congratulations and Success to the Senior Class of 1965 Spend Your Nickels and Dimes at the BERNE 5 : TO $1 Store Berne, Indiana Give Your Chicks a Good Start in Our Ready-Built Buildings BERNE HI-WAY HATCHERY U.S. 27 North Berne, Indiana Shingle Your Shed with Quality Supplies from BERNE LUMBER COMPANY Most Complete Mill Room in Adams County 205 E. Main St. Berne, Indiana Be a Brain, Get Your Grain from CRAIGVILLE ELEVATOR " Service with a Smile " Craigville, Indiana For the Master of All Feeds Go to BERNE MASTER FEED STORE The Garden Shop of the World Phone 2-2303 Berne, Indiana Everything for the Modern Seamstress BOB ' S SEWING SERVICE CENTER 116 W. Monroe St. Decatur, Indiana Fill-up at the Convenient Corner— COPPESS CORNERS Jet. 27 and 1 24 We " Witness " All the News BERNE WITNESS Published Every Mon., Wed., Fri. Monroe Indiana 2 ' 1, !5S3 ™i showroom CTS of Berne 406 Parr Road Berne, Ind. Pave Your Way with DECATUR READY MIX " Ready Mix to Meet Your Specification " Phone 3-2561 Decatur, Indiana Dear Helpful: How can I know all the news—? Dear Curious: Take the " Democrat " of course! Decatur, Indiana For a Swinging Date . . . Go Golfing! DECATUR GOLF COURSE U.S. 224 West Decatur, Ind. Have Music—Will Travel " DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE Decatur, Indiana Are You Running Bare? (Footed, That Is) See DALE ' S in Monroe Phone 2-6465 _ ‘ DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE SERUM THE MUSICAL INTERESTS OF THE COMMUNITY ' JAMES i WEBS EDWARD J HEIMANN Get Traction with Action DIERKES IMPLEMENT SALES Phone 3-3860 Decatur, Indiana Go " Dutch " at the Mill DUTCH MILL On the Banks of the Wabash Bluffton, Indiana Let Schrock Build Your Future E. D. SCHROCK Building Contractor Monroe, Indiana Buy Your " Jalopy " Insurance at FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Ray Miller Monroe, Indiana Strike It Lucky! EMICK ' S BOWL U.S. 27 North Berne, Indiana Bring Your Animals to the Vet with the " Gentle Touch " Phone 2-2460 Berne, Indiana Fellas! Buy Your Jewel a Gem at FERRIS BOWER JEWELER Decatur, Indiana They ' ll Never Get Away with It at FARMERS MERCHANTS BANK Bluffton, Indiana Be Safe, Take Your Money to FIRST BANK OF BERNE Member: F.R.S. and F.D.I.C. Established 1891 Berne, Ind. Is Your " Body " Out of Shape??? If So, Go to FLICK ' S BODY SHOP Berne, Indiana Hungry? Go to FOOD TOWN MARKET Quality Meats and Grocery We Specialize in Swiss Cheese and Hickery Smoked Sausage Berne, Indiana Has Your Flip Flopped? Get It Repaired at FRIEDA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Frieda, Karlo, Jeanne Phone 2-6512 Monroe, Indiana mo GOODWIN FUNERAL HOME Bluffton, Indiana We Kill ' em. We Chill ' em at GERBER LOCKER Custom Slaughtering and Curing Quality Beef Phone 565-3150 Craigville, Indiana For Super Food, Go to GERBER ' S SUPER MARKET Hiway 27 Phone 3-2712 Decatur, Indiana Need a New Light in Your Life? Go to GERBER FURNITURE Phone 824-1200 Bluffton, Indiana GERBER FEED MILL " Your Honegger Dealer " Custom Grinding Grain Buying Bluffton, Indiana GERBER ' S CENTRAL DAIRY Pasteurized Dairy Products Grade A Milk 230 West Market Street Bluffton, Indiana Your Neighbor Insures at GRABER, Why Don ' t You? U. S . 27 North Berne, Indiana " Instant Sleep " at HABEGGER-SCHAFFERS Decatur, Indiana At the End of a Perfect Date Be a " Big Guy " and Drive in at the " Dump " HAPPY HUMPTY Decatur, Indiana Don ' t Go " Plumb " Crazy— See HAUGKS for Plumbing and Heating Decatur, Indiana You Can Have Your Cake and Eat It too at HEYERLY ' S BAKERY INC. Phone 96 Ossian, Indiana HEYERLY ' S MARKET, INC. Phone 824-0300 Bluffton, Indiana If You ' re Feeling " Run-Down " Call HI-WAY SERVICE Phone 3-2928 Decatur, Indiana Can You Expect to Lead an " Ideal " Life Without an " Ideal Suburban Home? " IDEAL SUBURBAN HOMES INC. 830 North 13th Street Decatur, Indiana If You Want to Have Fun, Be a Blonde, Go to the JOHN-ANN BEAUTY SALON U.S. 27 South of Coppess Corner Phone 2-6221 Monroe, Indiana Having a Party? Get Your Supplies at K K Market K K MARKET INC. Monroe, Indiana LEE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE INC. " For People Who Care What They Wear. " Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2175 How Do the Jets Celebrate Their Victories? Together at the " Jet Grill. " JET GRILL Monroe, Indiana " Johnsons ' Welcome You to " 4-J ' S CAFE 1 Block North of Courthouse 117 W. Perry St. Bluffton, Indiana R.R. 1 The Best in the " Country " LEHMAN FEED MILL Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2451 To Lengerich, to Lengerich to Butcher a Pig, Food-agin, Food-agin, " Hot Doggity " Dig! LENGERICH PROCESSING SERVICE Custom Butchering Phone 2-6313 Monroe, Indiana LELAND SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Monroe 1st St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 3-3111 207 W. Wayne St. Fort Wayne, Ind. Phone 742-3321 LISTER ' S STORE Groceries—Meats—Frozen Foods Ice Cream—Drugs—Post Office Mobilgas Preble, Indiana Blue Bells, Cockelshells, Evy, Ivy over to—LUTES FLOWER SHOP " Flowers for Every Occasion " South Winchester Street Phone 3-3304 For the Hottest Rod Around, Go to L. LANDRUM AND SONS BODY AND PAINT SHOP Monroe, Indiana Decatur McIntosh inc. Berne Division Berne, Indiana Crushed Stone Truck Delivery LinnGrove Pleasant Mills I ' m Not Afraid, I ' m Insured with MIDWESTERN UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. Lester K. Sipe Phone 7-7530 R.R. 1 Monroe, Indiana " If You Need More Rocks Than You Already Got " Go to MESHBERGER BROS. STONE CORP. Fellas! If You Need a Real, Cool " Chick " Go to MODEL HATCHERY INC. " Approved Hy-Line Baby Chicks " Monroe, Indiana MONROE MAINE, SUPPLY Mt. Girls! If You ' ve Run Down Some Fence Posts and Need New Farm Equipment, Go toMinneapolis-Moline Farm Equipment WILLIAM STEFFEN AND SON 657 Fort Wayne Road Bluffton, Indiana " Kill Them Before They Multiply with Hobby ' s Rat Bait. " MONROE GRAIN SUPPLY CO. Grains, Feeds, Coal, Rat Bait Phone 2-6176 Monroe, Indiana il ESURAVC If You ' ve Got That Faint Feeling— You ' re Sick! ! NORMAN E. BEAVERS, M.D. Berne, Indiana If You Want to Be an " Evening Star " Morningstar Comes First. MORNINGSTAR AUTO SALES (Better Cars for Less Money) U.S. 27 North Decatur, Indiana Those Beautiful Flowers Are from Nagel ' s NAGEL ' S QUALITY FLOWERS Since 1910 Berne, Indiana These Are " Winners! " RIESEN SHUG MOTORS Chrysler--Plymouth—Valiant Body and Fender Work Phone 2-2615 Berne, Indiana NEUENSCHWANDER INC. Complete Insurance Service " Anxious to Please " Phone 2-221 1 Berne, Indiana Can You Afford a " Ford? " If Not, Buy a " Mercury. " MOSER MOTOR SALES Ford and Mercury Phone 2-2171 Berne, Indiana Take Your Pick at PECK ' S HARDWARE Paint—Electrical Supplies Preble, Indiana Let PAULINE DICK Weave Your Rags Into Rugs 2-6618 Monroe, Indiana PREBLE EQUITY EXCHANGE INC. Preble, Indiana OllAIIVV i amm IOUIPMINI Dear John, Meet Me at PAUL REIDENBACH ' S John Deere and Jeep Dealer Decatur, Indiana P.S. I Love You John Deere Don ' t " Dodge " a Chrysler Buy Them Both at PHIL L. MACKLIN CO. 107 South First Street Decatur, Indiana Fill Up With Gas Groceries at R. H. EVERETT GENERAL MERCHANDISE " We Serve to Sell Again " Phone 7-7430 Pleasant Mills, Ind iana [fl r 1 a 348 7228 Get the Portrait With the Unfadable Proof from RSM STUDIO (In Years You ' ll be Glad You Did) Phone 824-2200 Bluffton Indiana s From That Witch to Wonderful Look, Get Your Hair Styled at THE FRENCH ROOM Sharon Kessler, Hair Stylist Phone 2-6300 STUCKY ' S GAS APPLIANCES INC. Anhydrous Ammonia 82% Nitrogen Phone 368-7228 Geneva, Indiana SHEETS FURNITURE Carpet Furniture Westinghouse Appliances Interior Decorating Services Available 150-158 South Second St. Phone 3-2602 Decatur, Indiana For the Sharpest Stereos in Town Twist Over to STUCKY FURNITURE CO. Where Your $ Buys More Monroe, Indiana Time for a Pit Stop at WILLIAMSON MARATHON SERVICE Pleasant Mills, Indiana Are You Up in the Air About the Way Your Car Runs? Get It Fixed at BERNE OIL CO. Berne, Indiana Let Stu Wash Your Windows for You Buy Your Gas and Tires at ZUERCHER ' S FIRESTONE SERVICE Monroe, Indiana To Make the Best " Noise " in Town Buy Your Musical Instruments at ZURCHER ' S MUSIC STORE P.O. Box 272 U.S. Hi-Way 27 S. Berne, Indiana " The Best Dressed Man Relies on Stan " Stan’s Men’s Wear Berne, Indiana Steadies Get Your Matching Sweaters at TOM WEIS MEN ' S WEAR This Area ' s Leading Clothier 101 N. Second Street Decatur, Indiana Hey—Joe—It ' s What ' s on Top That Counts at ZINTSMASTERS MOTORS Oldsmobile—Cadi I lac—Rambler 108 W. Monroe St. Decatur, Ind. YAGER FUNERAL Air-Conditioned 24 Hr. Ambulance—Oxygen Equipped Phone 2-2158 Berne, Indiana WALT ' S SUPER DOLLAR Shop and Save at Walts Berne, Indiana Say Beatles—Get Your Hair Cut at ZEIGLERS BARBER SHOP Haircuts Shampoos Tonics Monroe, Indiana Are These Kids Visiting the Grand Canyon? No, This Natural Wonder is YOST GRAVEL—READY MIX, INC. Decatur, Indiana General Index Acknowledgements 118 Cooks 63 Physics 18 Agriculture 23 Cross-Country 43 Principal 54 Art 21 Custodians 62 Psychology 15 Art Club 39 Dramatics Club 37 Queen and King ' s Court Advertisements 100-117 Drivers Training 20 8-9 Band, Beginners 29 Elementary Grades 85-97 Rifle Club 31 Band, Intermediate 29 English 16 School Board 55 Band, Junior 28 FFA 38 Secretary to Principal 54 Band, Senior 26-27 Freshmen 80-81 Secretary to Superinten¬ Baseball 42 Golf 42 dent 55 Basketball, Freshman 51 Guidance Counsellor 54 Seniors 64-75 Basketball, Junior High 51 Home Economics 22 Social Studies 14 Basketball, Seconds 50 Industrial Arts 23 Sophomores 78-79 Basketball, Varsity 46-49 Juniors 76-77 Spanish 17 Biology 18 Junior High 82-84 Spanish Club 31 Bookkeeping 22 Latin 17 Student Council 62 Bus Drivers 63 Mathematics 19 Sunshine Society 35 Cheerleaders, Junior High Music 21 Superintendent 55 51 National Honor Society 36 Teachers 56-61 Cheerleaders, Seconds 45 Newspaper Staff 33 Track 50 Cheerleaders, Varsity 45 Patrol Boys 63 Twirlers 26 Chemistry 18 Pep Band 39 Yearbook Staff 32 Choir, Junior 28 Choir, Senior 30 Pep Club 44 Physical Education 20 Youth for Christ 34 To Everyone, The editor wishes to thank all those people who have helped to make this yearbook possible. The tolerance and co-operation of the advisor, the teachers, the administration, the parents, the worknight buddies, the photographers, the last minute recruits for typing and cutlines, and the postmistress have been greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Maris Moeschberger 1)8 Afterthoughts Which Made ’64-’65 a Short Year slumber parties . . . . . . snow storms . . . dates. . . sectional celebrations . . . band trips . . . cramming for tests . . . hoots . . . textured hose . . . eating suckers . . . . . . laughing with Harry . . . study hall . . . pep rallies . . . music groups . . . SSS banquet ... a smile . . . skating parties . . . quizzes . . . noon in the gym . . . senior trip . . . waiting in lunch line . . . lab . . . backing election candidates . . . term papers . . . clashing colors, big ties . . . all this made it a short year. Paul Ehrsam, at 8:29 a.m. Steve Smith, Sharon Bercot, and Rex Funk listen for the no-school announcements on the radio. Sharon Bercot, Rita Mattax, Janis Gilbert (sitting), and Karen Bieberich, Libby Summersett, Connie Everett (standing) perform bedtime ritual at slum¬ ber party. Senior boys celebrate sectional win. BOTTOM ROW: P. Ehrsam, M. Burkhart, R. Smith. SECOND ROW: V. Hedington, J. Steffen, N. Brokaw, S. Zurcher, J. Kelley. BACK ROW: D. Suman, R. Funk, E. Sprunger. U-ce a c yS 9 yZU n a £ u?n? % r » 9h - W - p Ux fp uv + Cs L 7lSl(9 9 JfaAj% S 2 k gaMd■ XU ? jvfl V-CO i cle- ' aaAj ' fatSVTrtS n Wm w r- r c £ ' ev .. , ' .■ :«■ ' ' iftj; .• .v ' ieiTOMEWMEl CM f3jL jdt jJLst " ' - v m Z d ?% Jo " 66 " lift ,f ' A £i { - ■ ' y X 9 , Cl . X ? J cJL c zyC A I 1- ■ ' ' • m : -i i- .•vk« ■ c ; ' «j ■ i• ■ • ' r: ,- -- ■ •. - . ■■■■ " ‘ ' ■■■ • . ' • ,. ' •• ' ' •J ' .: • I • - «J; ¥ « V-4, v « t H . •- t r T ’ t ,[ jt ' V 1 ■. ■ •


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