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

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1967 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2425 26 27 28 2930 31 Cen-trails Adams Central Community School Monroe, Indiana Volume 18 ! This Was The Year TABLE OF CONTENTS School Life 4 Academics 16 Organizations 36 Sports 56 Friends 72 Elementary 96 Advertising 110 That Was 1966-67 Cen-trails King and Queen Court. Sunshine Society Christmas party. S.S.S. Banquet Mansion Special Events And Sports This, the year of the Camaro, earth-shaking world events, and more space than ever before known to man, create headlines all over the world. But memories, which exceed all headlines, remind Cen- tralites of the innumerable episodes originating in the halls, lunchroom, and classes. The memories of the first football game, the ever-excit¬ ing basketball season, the Spring Prom, and the crowning of the king and queen create a high-pointed out¬ line of the year. However, these would mean little without the pencils and notebooks, noon hour joking, and the unavoidable traffic jams in the halls associated with every¬ day school life. Tomorrow, when these years are history, 1966-67 will loom largely in our minds be¬ cause - - THAT WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS Hoosier Hysteria forms weekly entertainment Alter Routines Football joins Central’s sports scene. Central ' s Pep Club inspires enthusiasm for our newest sport. 5 Now take good care of that Jet, Diane. i Custodian Harold Schwartz takes a ' fast break ' from his school duties. Friendships Are Strengthened Junior sell one more bottle of pop and add 40 to the prom fund. Don ' t you wish you could have dolls like this under your tree on Christmas morning? 6 • ' G. Leyse collects absentee slips. " I wish I were an octopus, " laments M. Liechty as he struggles with his books. By Shared Experiences 7 Sorry about that chief! I won’t talk again. Spanish Club members cajole a customer into buying just one more item. There ' s always room for one more! Rare Moments PRIDE 8 Only Mike ' s hairdresser knows for sure. S. Zurcher and L. Rich experiment with the fe¬ male beauty routine. Add Enjoyment To School Life Special projects occupy students ' time. Miss Starns demonstrates how Jets fly high. 9 Two ' s company, three ' s a crowd. " Bye, Darlene, " says Mary and Leon. Friendly Chats After A Nourishing Smile you’re on Candid Camera, Bill. " Mike the Messer " strikes again! Meal Enliven Students’ Day Speaking of ladies ' gossip circles, the boys seem to be doing pretty well themselves. Junior acrobats perform for their senior critics. 11 j I l i I Too Funny For Words 12 You ' ve got all the books, girls. Why not take the locker, too? G. Wulliman opens another jar of " Love Potion No. 9 " . It Could Only Happen Here While chomping on a piece of candy C. Moser heads toward her bus. These girls have found their own specialized curriculum. The ’Fountain of Youth ' is sampled by D. Hirschy. 13 The Centrail ' s King and Queen Court was Carol Tonner and Deryll Ringger, Pansy Zimmerman and Roger Currie, Jane Bluhm and Tony Landis, Dianne Moser and Bill Stuckey, Carol Macy and Blair Brown, Linda Tonner and Allen Birch. Homecoming Highlights Year On the evening of December 16, 1966, Centrails crowned its King and Queen. At the half of the A. C. -South Adams B-team game, the fans became hushed as the ceremonies began. Each of the six couples met at the golden arch and proceeded to the stage. The excitement came to a climax as Bill Stuckey became Centrail’s King and Dianne Moser was crowned Queen. Centrail ' s King and Queen - Bill Stuckey and Dianne Moser. 14 Royal Centralites Of 1967 Allen Birch escorted Linda Tonner. Carol Macy ' s escort was Blair Brown. Flower girl Jane Bluhm was escorted by crown bearer Tony Landis. Roger Currie escorted Pansy Zimmerman. Dianne Moser was escorted by Deryll Ringger. Carol Tonner was escorted by Bill Stuckey. 15 Academics include the overwhelm¬ ing majority of school life. Teachers, administrators, and other school per¬ sonnel strove to give students the best possible education. Students were able to choose their courses from a wide field of subjects. Individual goals gov¬ erned their choices because " That was the Year that Was " in Academics MR. JAMES ENGLE, Principal 1 Administration Succeeds In MR. ROBERT SHOUP, Assistant Principal MR. STUART SCHNEPF, Guidance Counselor 18 MR. A. F. ALLEN, Superintendent Co-ordinating Student Activities MR. DON RUSH, Grade Principal 19 MRS. MILLER MRS. BRANDT MRS. STEFFEN MRS. WORKINGER MRS. SPRUNGER MRS. HOFFMAN SCHOOL BOARD: Harvey Jones, Richard Borne, Howard Habegger, Harry Raudenbush, Melvin Weisman, Laurel Mattax. 20 Goals Teachers Guide Students Tov a rd MR. ADLER Junior High Math MR. ALSPAW Science and Math MISS BEAVERS Math MISS FORD Secretarial Courses MR. GAST Student Teacher MR. GERIG Music MR. BROWN Junior High Social Studies MR. BRYAN Business Courses and Coach MR. FALLIS Math and Coach 21 Devoted Faculty Teaches And Counsels MRS. KELLOG English and French MR. KIRCHHOFER Art MRS. NIELSEN Home Economics ab 22 While Gaining In Knowledge MR. SPRUNGER English MR. STAUFFER Student Teacher MISS STARNS English and History MRS. STUCKY Latin and Librarian MISS TODD P. E. and Psychology MR. WATSON Agriculture MISS WILLIAMSON Spanish and Biology MR. ZEHR English, Speech, and Journalism MR. ZURCHER P. E. , Health, and Coach 23 People Behind The Scenes COOKS: Mrs. Freels, Mrs. Henschen, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Nussbaum, Mrs. PLEASANT MILLS COOKS: Mrs. Zurcher, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Schriderer, Mrs. Riley. Bowen, Mrs. Bebout. JANITORS: Mr. Schwartz, Mr. Rupert, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Landis. 24 1 PATROL BOYS: ROW ONE: Mr. Strahm, R. Owens, R. Osterman, R. Hurst, J. Slusher. ROW TWO: J. Haggard, C. Bollenbocher, G. Tullis. BUS DRIVERS: FRONT ROW: P. Nussbaum, C. Carver, O. Merriman, J. Gerber, C. Workinger, J. Nussbaum, J. Genth. ROW TWO: D. Fisher, H. Barger, G. Strahm, L. Rich, J. Andrews, L. Engle, C. Black, C. Morrison, M. Hart, J. Genth. NOT PICTURED: L. Adler. 25 K1 i I i Understanding our language greatly increases our ability to communicate with others properly. Expressing one¬ self on paper is a necessary part of learning to live with each other. Studying and evaluating what others have written helps literature students understand human nature and the world around them. We Deepen Our Study hall provides valuable preparation time. Speech student T. Patrick looks disbelieving as Mr. Zehr lectures on speech giving. G. Wulliman intently studies her English and A. Birch follows suit. 26 Knowledge And Vocabulary Through Languages Scrapbooks containing Latin root words were part of Latin II ' s semester test. Spanish class members practice Spanish sentence structure. Students at Adams Central were offered three foreign languages this year. French, Latin, and Spanish opened new doors to unusual customs and interesting places. The students viewed slides and films, listened to tapes, tasted foods native to the three lands, and dreamed of someday visiting these countries. French, a new addition to the curriculum, gave future travelers an insight into French living. Spanish classes studied history and social customs as well as sen¬ tence structure and verb placement. Latin prepared students for medical careers and gave them a sound background for understanding the English language. Janice Jones, Roxann Stavenick, Linda Mattax, and Steve Lyons make up the French Club officers. 27 The study of history goes beyond memorizing dates and names. Stu¬ dents at A. C. learn the importance of past and present day happenings and how they affect today ' s and tomor¬ row ' s world. Newspapers were scanned daily by U. S. History stu¬ dents in an attempt to prepare for Current Events. Current Events ranged from tic-tac-toe to the Match Game. World history classes ex¬ plored the changes that have taken place in nations of the world. History teacher Miss Starns pauses from the weary task of grading papers. We Keep Pace With The Future 28 I Government students voiced opinions on controversial topics. While learning about their government, seniors studied the functions of the twelve Cabinet posts. Students studied government agencies and their importance. Sociology classes studied the problems in democracy such as adverse propaganda and communism. Students strove to understand and find solutions for these problems. Assistant principal Mr. Shoup takes time out from his government classes to write D. Car¬ ver a pass. ...And Relive The Past Mr. Shoup lectures his class on the problems in democracy. i 29 fflsumi iM Students Master Electrons, Scalpels Biology students explore the wonders of the aquatic world as Miss William¬ son looks on. Chemistry students J. Stucky and J. Wagley experi¬ ment with the fundamentals of chemistry. This year as school resumed, bi- ology students displayed talent in chas¬ ing elusive butterflies. This, along with collecting seeds and romping through forests for leaf specimens, composed the main requirements of the course. The odor of formaldehyde in the biology room was proof that the students have been exploring the com¬ position of star fish, clams and frogs. Freshmen and sophomores looked with awe and anticipation at the lab which chemistry and physics students use daily. In this room of bases, acids, burners, and scales, young chemists experimented and conducted tests to evaluate chemical compounds and discover their compositions. The rest of their time is spent in the classroom where they learn other fundamentals of chemistry. Physics students focused on the laws of energy and the matter. Morning math classes begin with a friendly chat. Co sines And Quadraties Miss Beavers offers some plane help in solving a geometry problem. Problem: erect a perpendicular at Q through P. The modern-day math which is employed at ACHS is more complicated than that of yesterday. Algebra, geo¬ metry, and trigonometry students must familiarize themselves with sets, brack¬ ets, and functions, the common language of modern math. Math students involved themselves in solving linear equations, graphing sets, working sets, working with triangle s, and developing sines and tangents. All of these made up the average math classes held daily in the class rooms of Central. 31 Art And Music Develop Cultures An angel ' s background from top to bottom. I " Musical Money " Beauty takes many forms. Art and music guide students in discov¬ ering the beauty of works of art and musical masterpieces. Art is a high school elective and a weekly subject in grade school. Band and choir give high schoolers a chance to develop musical ability, while the elementary music classes march in time and learn new songs. 32 Is G. Wulliman hiding her dishpan hands??? Tomorrow ' s Leaders Trained Today Students who plan to launch bus¬ iness or homemaking careers take advantage of AC ' s Business and Home Economics courses. Business courses, ranging from secretarial training to bookkeeping, prepare stu¬ dents for secretarial and administra¬ tive jobs. Home Ec trains girls in the complicated matters of home- making and family life. Mr. Habeggar helps Jerry Ripple with his Ap¬ plied Business Law. 33 IKK Instrument of instruction Vigorous calisthenics promoted physical fitness in A. D. ' s gym classes. Physical And Dri ver s Education l J. Raudenbush practices relaying the volleyball. Physical skills benefit students now and in future years. Coordination of mind and body is important in all walks of life. Adams Central ' s health and phy. ed. departments strive to teach students proper health habits. Weekly phy. ed. classes kept the boys’ muscles bulging and the girls 1 figures trim. Drivers Training teaches student drivers how to react in all types of situations. Drivers Education includes classroom instruction, supervised driv¬ ing, lectures from experts in related fields, and learning the mechanics of how an engine functions. 34 ‘Learn by doing ' inspired the cadet teaching program at Adams Central. For one hour each day, six senior girls became teachers or tutors in elementa¬ ry classrooms. Exploratory teaching gives students an insight into the teach¬ ing profession. " Agriculture The Strength of Amer¬ ica " was the 1966-67 theme which helped the agriculture students progress. Mr. Watson and the student teacher, Mr. Reese, taught the ag students the latest methods so that they could compete suc¬ cessfully in the nations largest industry. Record keeping, ration planning, proper use of soil and farm tools comprised part of the ag program of study. Cadet teacher Linda Sauers gives a student special help in reading. Cadet Teaching And Agriculture Initiation is the first step for a freshman green- hand. B. Brown receives a commendation from F.F.A. president R. Adler. 35 Extra-curricular activities keep Centralites busy during after-school hours. Play practices, club meet ¬ ings, andballgames add color to an already colorful day. Jets had 17 different organizations from which to choose. Organizations provide a chance to develop leadership, re¬ sponsibility, and co-operation. " That was the Year that Was " in Organizations WET Jr. High Choir | Band And Choir Establish A Basis I i JR. HIGH BAND: ROW ONE: J. Shoaf, C. Steiner, D. Nussbaum, L. Schwartz, S. Webb, K. Eyanson, B. Yost, S. Kaehr, J. Heyerly. ROW TWO: L. Adler, K. Hirschy, B. Mailer, P. Isch, C. Stoller, C. Byerly, D. Barger, R. Tullis, K. Steiner, R. Borne, R. Gerber, B. Sommer, G. Gerber. ROW THREE: M. Jackson, E. Gerber, S. Christman, D. Borne, C. German, B. Sheets, L. Gerber, G. Tullis, N. Adler, D. Allen, D. Everett, D. Gerig, R. Miller, J. Rich, S. Nussbaum, M. Klinger, J. Rich, S. Rich, R. Rich. ROW FOUR: T. Morningstar, K. Slusher, J. Merriman, B. Stoller, K. Moeschberger, M. Nussbaum, L. Heyerly, V. Schrock, B. Nussbaum, D. Zurcher, D. Leyse, A. Heyerly, V. Stiener, A. Mitchell, J. Soldner, A. Arnold, B. Morrisson. TWIRLERS: J. Brunner, P. Tonnelier, S. Neadstine, S. Schrock, R. Arnold, ROW FOUR: D. Smith, M. Steury, S. Fawbush, S. Bertsch, M. Morrison, Mr. Henkel. [VI 38 INTERMEDIATE BAND: ROW ONE: L. Barger, R, Sprunger, S. Rash, S. Habeggar, J. Slusher, M. Gilbert, P. Sauers, C. Johnson, S, Shrock. ROW TWO: A. Mitchell, S. Burkhart, K. King, N. Wagley, B. Bailey, R. Kaehr, S, Rhodes, J. Geisel, B. Miller, G. Childs, S. Bassot, M, Zurcher, D. Eyanson, M. Zurcher. ROW THREE: C, Bebout, S, Mattax, M. Manley, G. Everett, C. Fruchte, V. Kolter, J. Pratt, R. Bryan, J. Weisman, B. Arnold, K. Steffen, J. Wittwer, R. Reynolds, R. Lanids, J. Haugk, J. Bluhm, K. Fruchte, S. Bieberich, K. Zimmerman, K. Barger, For Future Musical Enjoyment BEGINNERS BAND: FRONT ROW: P. Rhodes, C. Mitchell, T. Williams, E. Smith, C. Manley, K. Nussbaum, J. Gilbert, S. Poorman, S, King. SECOND ROW: S. Fuelling, S. Arnold, N. Engle, M. Weisman, N. Sprunger, L. Stucky, R. Nussbaum, G. Gilgen, M. Gilbert, K. Gerber, S. Kaehr, B. Bergman, K. Wulliman, N. Basset. THIRD ROW: S. Gerber, L. Carter, C. Nussbaum, A. Nussbaum, J. Funk, S. Schlikman, D. Mankey, D. Moser, J, Kaehr, D. Christman, Mr. Henkel, J. Haugh, D. Miller, R. Landis, M. Nussbaum, D. Fiechter, M. Sauers, D, Kaehr, D. Lehman, G. Gerber. i if? Band Members Display Musical Talent Rewards for excellence. Adams Central claims four bands--the beginner, intermedi¬ ate, junior, and senior, all of which are under the direction of Mr. Darrell Gerhig and Mr. Walter Henkel. The senior band, led by Drum Major Jim Gilbert and Majorette Donna Roudebush, has coped several firsts in march¬ ing contests and presented two band shows for football games. Award pins were distributed throughout the year to reward members for their efforts in improving the band. 40 | I DRUM MAJOR: Jim Gilbert MAJORETTE: Donna Roudebush Leaders Of The Marching Musicians TWIRLERS: Debbie Eyanson, Susie Smith, Darlene Rich, Rose Tonner, Becky Tonner, Marlene Stucky, Darlene Geyer. CHOIR: ROW ONE: K. Webb, D. Steffen, S. Schaffer, S. Stucky, C. Riff, K. Myers, J. Stucky, L. Zurcher, M. Childs, B. Stoller, B._ Slusher, D. Allen, P. Arnold, D. Moser, J. Riff, L. Mattox, D. Hack, J. Gerber, L. Sauers. ROW TWO: R. Stucky, C. Ringger, S. Oliver, A. Sprunger, M. Gerber, J. Riley, A. Shifferly, A. Mitch, B. Zurcher, P. Elam, M. Leichty, B. Tonnelier, S. Steury, J. Burkhead, M. Giloert, L. Steury, M. Stucky, D. Hoffman, D. Heyerly, L. McCullough. ROW THREE: K. Gerber, S. Smith, J. Redding, B. Harmon, B. Bowers, D. Gaunt, L. Balsiger, S. Tumbleson, S. Zurcher, B. Borne, B. Kolter, K. Steiner, L. Ratcliff, R. Stavenik, J. Wulliman, D. Eyanson, K. Mutschler, S. Geimer, C. Martin. ROW FOUR: Mr. Gerig, S. Schwartz, J. Christman, D. Ray, G. Hart, P. Nussbaum, J. Becker, D. Geyer, R. Reynolds, R. Minnich, S. Sommer, D. Ringger, D. Moeschberger, T. Soldner, R. Kaehr, C. Gerber, M. Schwartz, C. Nussbaum, L. Nussbaum, Mr. Henkel. ROW FIVE: R. Schwartz, D. Dennison, H. Bercot, C. High, K. Rhodes, V. Zurcher, D. Rich, D. Bieberich, B. Cook, D. Borne, B. Stuckey, J. Miller, K. Gunder, M. Kaehr, B. Mann, L. Soldner, C. Moser, B. Zimmerman, K. Fruchte. PEP BAND: ROW ONE: Mr. Gerig, director; S. Leyse, P. Isch, B. Zurcher, L. Zurcher, D. Borne, V. Heyerly, L. Kauffman, J. Riff. ROW TWO: M. Engle, D. Stetler, P. Nussbaum, L. Nussbaum, M. Schwartz, G. Gerber, R. Stavenik, B. Mann. ROW THREE: R. Adler, N. Brown, B. Borne, D. Bieberich, S. Sommer, J. Hamrick, R. King. J. Double, J. Wulliman, M. Leichty. 42 « Council Solves Problems, Airs Disputes This Year ' s Student Council acted as a mediator between the administration and the students. Many problems were solved and compromises reached in bi¬ weekly sessions. A suggestion box kept the Council informed of the students ' opinions. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Ray Adler, President; Connie High, Vice-President; Jane Irwin, Secretary; Miss Ford, Sponsor; Stan Steury, Treasurer; Mr. Sprunger, Spon¬ sor. ROW ONE Miss Ford, C. High, G. Yost, R. Adler, Mr. Sprunger. ROW TWO: R. Miller, R. Yost, S. Geimer, C. Martin, B. Brunner, J. Irwin. ROW THREE: L. Zurcher, D. Bieberich, W. Ross, S. Steury, D. Moeschberger. 43 ii Rifle Club Many after-school practices, stage preparations, and jars of make¬ up helped make the Dramatics Club ' s plays a success. Rifle Club members participated in a series of challenging meets this year. A special instructor taught new members how to handle guns prope rly. RIFLE CLUB OFFICERS: Don Andrews, Vice-President; Max Royer, President; Don Moeschberger, Treasurer; Mr. Hindenlang, Sponsor; Donna Roudebush, Secretary; Debbie Eyanson, Reporter. ! I ROW ONE: R. Smith, D. Reinhart, D. Moeschberger, R. Smith, M. Helsel. ROW TWO: D. Andrews, D. Rauda- bush, D. Eyanson, B. Brunner, M, Cauble, J. Myers. ROW THREE: Mr. Hindenlang; Sponsor, D. Harmon, J. Miller, M. Royer, J. Sipe, S. Smith. 44 □eft 1 DRAMATICS OFFICERS: (Counter-clockwise) Mr. Allspaw, Director; Ruth Kipfer, Vice-President;Jane Hammond, Secretary; Bob Cook, President; Jim Gilbert, Treasurer. Talented Students Present Plays ROW ONE: C. Tonner, D. Ogan, J. Gerber. ROW TWO: L. Nussbaum, D. Dennison, P. Zimmerman, J. Hammond, C. Macy, L. Sauers, L. McCullough. ROW THREE: G. Hart, C. Gerber, D. Rich, C. High, Buettner, R. Kipfer, Mr. Sprunger, Director. ROW FOUR: G. Yost, J. Chri stman, L. Henchen, J. Beer, Helsel, C. Dick, J. Double, J. Riff. ROW FIVE: Mr. Allspaw, Director; A. Haugk, L. Tonner, B. Cook, D. Green, J. Gilbert, B. Stuckey, R. Adler. 45 | 1 i f - Wp — ’lay Ith u M HP • f mm] WL m §65 m. , y [H Mil WL v ' M M ft 1C ' k PL t J r v. • aEA Cl JPI |v J J V. , V v F • t ' U m I T lAI 1 i-L ! ROW ONE: D. Striker, R. Oliver, V. Heyerly, T. Patrick, R. Adler, B. Brown, L. Mitchel, R. Aschliman, L. McAlhaney, Mr. Watson. ROW TWO: N. Brown, J. Sipe, B. Striker, M. Riley, D. Roe, M. Cook, N. Gerber, M. Fennig, B. Genth, J, Ripple, D. Hitchcock. ROW THREE: S. Sommer, E. Garwood, J. Lantz, S. Stump, H. McDermott, L. Harvey, M. Sommer, M. Royer, D. Sovine, P. Sheehan. ROW FOUR: S. Steury, M. Isch, S. Hurst, R. Bollenbacher, D. Fairchild, D. Heyerly, W. Kirchner, R. Roe, R. Currie, B. Ross. ROW FIVE: D. Harmon, D. Reinhart, R. Hill, J. Nussbaum, M. Mihm, E. Garwood, R. Eckelbarger, M. Edgell, P. Miller. ROW SIX: T. Steury, G. Wable, S. Gerber, W. Johnson, A. Nussbaum, D. Aschliman, V. Bowers, M. Hoffman, B. Vaught, J. Johnson. ROW SEVEN: J. McClain, D. Tinkham, L. Dishong, T. Stevens, T. Straub. F. F. A. OFFICERS: (Kneeling) Rex Oliver, Vice-President; Tom Patrick, Chaplain; Ralph Aschilman, Treasurer. (Standing) Mr. Watson, Advisor; Leon Mitchel, Reporter; Ray Adler, President; Blair Brown, Secretary; Leland McAlhaney, Sen. 46 Future Farmers Master Varied Trades The Adams Central F. F. A. was very successful in their con¬ tests in 1966-67. The dairy team won trips to Virginia, Chicago, and Washington D. C. The livestock and soils teams placed high in the district contest. The chapter was also awarded the superi¬ or chapter award and classified as a first class department. The advisor, Mr. Watson, received the much coveted Honorary State Farmer Degree. DAIRY TEAM: Stan Steury, Tom Patrick, John Sipe, SOIL TEAM: Dean Reinhart, Ray Adler, Blair Brown, Leland McAlhaney. Von Heyerly. LIVESTOCK TEAM: Neil Brown, Rick Hill, Blair Brown, Ray Adler. 47 CROP TEAM: Neil Gerber, Randy Fennig, Ralph Aschilman, Jerry Ripple, Darrell Heyerly. Sunshiners Spread Cheer And Goodwill ROW ONE: Mrs. Stucky, B. Martin, G. Wulliman, G. Gerber, J. Bryan, J. Hoffman, L. Bieberich, M. Kipfer, D. Rich, L. Beavers, L. Tonner, M. Engle, P. Nussbaum, P, Zimmerman, D. Moser, C. Tonner, D. Rich, D. Steffen, R. Kipfer, L. Sauers, Mrs. Neilson. ROW TWO: J. Hill, L. Hodle, C. Macy, G. Yost, E. Mankey, L. McCullough, L. Balsiger, D. Miller, J. Gerber, C. Gerber, J. Butler, J. Irwin, D. Stetler, A. Sprunger, M. Helsel, J. Double, P. Sapp, B. Garwood, C. Dick, K. Sprunger. ROW THREE: H. Bercot, B. Cook, J. Ham¬ rick, R. King, J. Dague, L. Soldner, R. Stavenick, J. Sommer, J. Stucky, G. Hart, M. Stucky, J. Wulliman, D. Geyer, A. Girod, J. Hammond, C. High, M. Kaehr, L. Longsworth, S. Kirchner, O. Mauricio, C. Mc¬ Clain, C. Cook. ROW FOUR: D. Aschliman, C. Brodback, R. Schwartz, L. Nussbaum, V. Suman, C. Watkins, C. Borne, P. Fiechter, J. Riff, V. Burkhead, I. Hindenlang, S. Buettner, I. Cauble, C. Elam, S. Raudenbush, B. Tonner, B. Mann, D. Dennison, J. Christner, L. Henschen, J. Beer, L. Nussbaum. ROW FIVE: M. Schwartz, C. Hamrick, C. Harvey, C. Cook, W. Ruble, L. Kipfer, J. Funk, R. Bailey, C. Wulliman, B. Bowers, V. Zurcher, B. Harmon, J. Mankey, K. Rhodes, S. Schwartz, R. Kaehr, C. Moser, M. Lantz, J. Kaehr, A. Teeple, C. Ruble, A. Haugh. ROW SIX: B. Zimmerman, D. Ray, S. Shaffer, S. Everett, L. Steury, K. Huntley, J. Connelley, D. Shoaf, J. Wable, L. Stetler, K. King, R. Longsworth, G. Riojas, B. Kipfer, J. Nussbaum, G. Leyse, B. Brunner, J. Raudenbush, Birch, S. Leyse, P. Isch, R. Tonner, C. Kirkpatrick, D. Roudebush. ill MmW SSS OFFICERS: Linda Tonner, President; Lois Beavers, Corresponding Secretary; Diane Rich, Vice-President; Pam Nussbaum, Recording Sec¬ retary; Marsha Engle, Treasurer. 48 Betcha you can’t eat just one-- See, I told you! SUNSHINE CREED With love in my heart, forgetting self, with charity for all, I will make the ob¬ ject of my life helpfulness and kindness to others. I shall try to fit myself to give intelligent service in making my community a safer and more beautiful place in which to live. Thus will my own life become rich and complete. Emblem .... The Rising Sun Song. " My Sunshine Girl " Flower . . . Yellow Rose Color . . . Yellow and White Motto. . Others 49 Y.F.C. Strenthens Spiritual Ties c’kf £■- } 1 -f K? . T ■■ | MB. m mBk it zmZ P, y |jr j£| LiS. in jfl i lAi ROW ONE: Miss Starns, M. Stucky, J. Wulliman, L. Soldner, E. Mankey, B. Zimmerman, C. Hamrick, G. Gerber, M. Schwartz, A. Sprunger. ROW TWO: C. Macy, G. Hart, L. Bieberick, C. Borne, C. Elam, I. Cauble, L. McCullough, D, Rich, V. Zurcher. ROW THREE: D. Ogan, H. Bercot, J. Nussbaum, P. Isch, J. Stucky, L. Nussbaum, J. Mankey, K. Shaffer, D. Echlebarger, M. Gilbert, L. Steury. ROW FOUR: G. Wulliman, R. King, S. Stucky, S. Geimer, L. Mattax, K. Fruchte, R. Stucky, A. Mitch, J. Riley. ROW FIVE: R. Reynolds, B. Zurcher, M. Helsel, D. Sanders, S. Tumbleson, M. Hamrick, P. Zimmerman. The Youth for Christ organization meets for Christian fellowship every Tuesday after school. The purpose of this club is to bring students together with the same out-look on life. The forty students who attend regularly par¬ ticipate in such activities as having guest speakers, films, panel discus¬ sions, skits, parties, and planning se s sions. YFC OFFICERS: Jo Wulliman, Vice-President; Marlene Stucky, Secretary-Treasurer; Roya Ann Stucky, Reporter; Gretta Wulliman, President; Miss Starns, Sponsor; Brian Zurcher, Reporter. i - i . _ ; tmsS- R jjj - 1 50 Honor Society Merits Scholars ROW ONE: E. Mankey, C. Gerber, L. Kipfer, Miss Beavers, Sponsor; J. Jones, D. Miller, T. Schmitt. ROW TWO: J. Wagley, P. Isch, D. Roudabush, D. Moser, D. Steffen, C. Elam, D. Rich, S. Kershner. ROW THREE: B. Zurcher, B. Brown, C. Macy, G. Yost, D. Stetler, J. Hamrick, C. High, R. King, R. Adler, A. Ringger. Selling sweatshirts was the NHS mon¬ ey making project in 1966-67. A Christ¬ mas party, with Gretchen Yost serving as hostess, highlighted the Society ' s social calendar. The society hosted a party in honor of students who were on the honor roll at least four times. NHS OFFICERS: Blair Brown, President; Miss Beavers, Sponsor; Rita King, Secretary-Treasurer; Alan Ringger, Vice-President. 51 Newspaper . . NEWSPAPER OFFICERS: Jane Hammond, Assistant Editor; Miss Ford, Advisor; Rita King, Editor. Weekly deadlines were met by Rita King, editor, and Jane Hammond, assistant editor. Writing, typing, editing, and artwork kept twenty- three Jet Journal staff members busy. Approximately 19,857 papers were printed and distributed to Adams Central students to inform the Central- ites and their parents of school activi¬ ties and achievements. ROW ONE, left to right: J. Hammond, J. Riff, J. Double, Miss Ford, E. Mankey, S. Raudenbush, R. King. ROW TWO: J. Hamrick, D. Miller, W. Ross, S. Sommer, D. Carver, M. Engle, L. Balsiger, C. High. ROW THREE: M. Anderson, B. Miller, P. Isch, C. Macy, G. Yost, L. McCullough, L. Soldner, R. Adler, D. Harvey. Annual Record Important Events Of Year Last minute work sessions, rare brain storms, countless cokes, and a lot of erasers, went into making ,r That was the Year That Was. " ANNUAL OFFICERS: Mr. Shoup, Advisor; Ray Adler, Business Manager; Alan Ringger, Editor; Connie High, Assistant Editor; Steve Sommer, Sales Manager. ROW ONE: Mr. Shoup, Advisor; J. Hoffman, M. Kipfer, E. Mankey, S. Sommer, P. Zimmerman, A. Ringger, C. High, L. Sauers, R. Adler, L. McCullough, D. Everett, D. Moser, B. Martin. ROW TWO: M. Burke, C. Dick, D. Steffen, J. Hill, K. Hammond, K. Sprunger, E, Schwartz, B. Cook, J. Double, L. Ratcliff, R. Kipfer, G. Yost, G. Wulliman. ROW THREE: C. Gerber, J. Miller, P. Sapp, G. Gerber, D. Ogan, J. Bryan, M. Helsel, R. King, L. Balsiger, M. Engle, D. Rich, L. Kaehr, H. Bercot, J. Irwin. ROW FOUR: K. Gunder, J. Butler, D. Stetler, L. Hodle, L. McAlhaney, J. Hamrick, A. Sprunger, C. Macy, C. Tonner, B. Garwood, J. Gilbert, B. Stuckey, D. Ringger, A. Birch, D. Borne. ROW FIVE: B. Cook, V. Heyerly, L. Kauffman, D. Green, B. Brown, W. Kirchner, D. Hitchcock, R. Roe, L. Tonner, R. Currie, L. Bieberich, D. Miller, S. Kershner, D. Harvey. ' WW«»L 8Tg ' • .,7snr 53 ART CLUB: FRONT ROW: L. Steury, J. Riff, M. Helsel, J. DoubTfe. BACK ROW: Mr. Kirchhofer, S. Buettner, B. Miller, D. Carver. Art, Language Broaden Scopes FRENCH CLUB: ROW ONE: K. Mutchler, M. Childs, J. Double, J. Irwin, T. Longenberger, S. Tullis, L. Mat- tax, Mrs. Kellog. ROW TWO: R. Stavenick, H. Bercot, J. Jones, S. Geimer, R. Kipfer, D. Bailey, C. Martin, D. Fisher, L. Ellenberger. ROW THREE: A. Haugh, L. Sauers, S. Lyons, M. Liechty, B. Cook, B. Miller, K. Nussbaum, T. Soldner, A. Stoller. 54 Vocabulary Is Deepened Through Language Understanding through learning was one of the Spanish Club ' s goals this year. Breaking pinatas and tasting Spanish foods helped bring students closer to Spanish life. OFFICERS: Miss Williamson, Sponsor; J. Burkhead, Vice-President; D. Allen, Secretary; J. Nussbaum, President; L. Beavers, Treasurer. SPANISH CLUB: ROW ONE: Miss Williamson, L. McCullough, L. Sauers, L. Beavers, J. Nussbaum, D. Allen, J. Burkhead, D. Rich, P. Isch, P. Bentz. ROW TWO: J. Sommer, R. King, D. Stetler, J. Hamrick, A. Sprunger, J. Stucky, R. Stavenick, L. Soldner, C. High, G. Hart. ROW THREE: D. Green, J. Dague, C. Borne, L. Nuss¬ baum, G. Riojas, J. Franz, J. Funk, B. Kipfer, D. Roudenbush, B. Mann. ROW FOUR: A. Haugk, C. Macy, G. Yost, P. Arnold, V. Zurcher, M. Heare, D. Harvey, E. Schwartz, D. Striker. 55 Sports play an important part in school life. The scope of Central ' s sports was broadened this year with the introduction of football. A newly organized pep club cheered the season al favorites through victory and defeat. All sports stressed physical fitness and muscular coordination. Those who participated gained great lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, and playing by the rules! All this made 1967 the year that was in Sports HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: ROW ONE: E. Geyer, manager; A. Hamilton, G. Hirschy, D. Light, A. Stoller, M. Childs, K. Rich, S. Lyons, B. Slusher, J. Burkhead, P. Elam, B. Striker, S. Smith, manager. ROW TWO: D. Carver, R. Bollenbacker, S. Foreman, K. Steiner, L. Dishong, S. Zurcher, S. Stump, J. Haugk, M. Isch, L. Roe, R. Reynolds, B. Kolter. ROW THREE: J. Franz, manager; Mr. Fallis, M. Royer, T. Soldner, M. Sommer, L. Harver, R. Minnich, B. Miller, D. Schriderer, M. Anderson, G. Wable, D. Moeschberger, M. Heare, Mr. Hilbert, M. Cook, manager. Football’s Debut Spotlights During the 1966-67 school year, Adams Central celebrated in having its first football team in the history of the school. Under the direction of head coach Fred Hilbert, the team won two out of eight games during the season. The Jets lost their first six games be¬ fore winning their first game, defeat¬ ing the Portland reserves 7-0 on a dramatic touchdown pass from Barry Kolter to Steve Zurcher. The Flying Jet football team then closed out the season with a 40-7 victory over the South Adams reserves. A. C. -- 0 Decatur Catholic 26 A. C. --14 Woodlan 18 A. C. --19 Leo 31 A. C. -- 6 Decatur Catholic 26 O l U Bluffton 25 A. C. - -13 Parkway 21 A. C.--7 Portland 0 A. C. --40 South Adams 7 58 JR. HIGH FOOTBALL: ROW ONE: J. Vidal, R. Geyer, A. Mitchell, G. Hack, R. Owens, R. Moilloux, G. Hodle, K. Fisher, R. Miller, D. Gerhrig, B. Patch, M. Lyons. SECOND ROW: G. Roe, manager; J. Soldner, R. Rich, S. Rich, L. Roe, D. Johnson, R. Reams, C. Bollenbacker, R. Borne, D. Funk, M. Steury, G. Striker, M. Zimmerman, manager. THIRD ROW: Mr. Glass, L. Clark, R. Garwood, R. Smith, R. Sharp, F. Ham¬ mond, D. Leyse, D. Welch, A. Arnold, Mr. Clark. Fall Sports Program In addition to the initiation of foot¬ ball on the high school level, it was also added on the Jr. High level. The Jr. High squad, coached by Mr. Ted Clark, and Mr. Norman Glass, won two out of three games during their season. The team won both of their games over Montpelier, while losing to Parkway by one point. Jesse Vidal was the lead¬ ing scorer for the team, tallying six T. D. 1 s for the Jr. Jets. A. C. -- 9 A. C. --12 A. C. --21 Montpelier Parkway Montpelier 6 13 12 59 CROSS COUNTRY: S. Tullis, R. Everett, D. Harvey, D. Striker, R. Currie. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bryan, B. Brown, A. Birch, D. Green, T. Steury, manager. Jets Run For Victory Despite being plagued with injuries, the cross country team won its share of meets during the 1966 season. The team, which had six out of its seven top lettermen returning from their previous championship team, defeated nine teams and lost to five during the regular sea¬ son. The C. C. team finished in a tie for second in the county meet, but they were hampered by the loss of Blair Brown due to a hip injury. A. C. - -21 Areola 45 Ossian 64 ACAC CONFERENCE MEET A. C. - -134 Churbusco 45 Leo 51 Woodlan 84 Huntertown 85 Hoagland 111 Monroeville 184 Areola 201 Ossian 283 A. C. --25 Bryant 30 A.C. --44 Churbusco 26 Hoagland 52 A. C, - -41 Bluffton 23 Decatur 69 A. C. --64 Leo 28 Huntertown 34 A. C. --22 Southern Wells 37 A. C. --28 Woodlawn 33 Monroeville 76 A. C. --39 Lancaster 30 Decatur 52 COUNTY MEET A. C. --49 South Adams 27 Decatur 49 Monmouth 105 60 TRACK: ROW ONE: Managers: D. Scheiderer, J. Frantz, B. Tonnelier. ROW TWO: Mr. Bryan, D. Striker, L. Mitchell, R. Currie, B. Brown, A. Birch, D. Green, G. Wable, D. Harvey, J. Sipe, M. Isch, S. Steury, W. Ross, S, Tullis. ROW THREE: Mr. Habeggar, S. Zurcher, T. Soldner, R. Minnich, K. Summerett, B. Miller, D, Ringger, S. Stump, M. Liechty, B. Kalter, P. Shoaf, Mr. Zurcher. Cindermen Break Records For the track team, 1967 was a satisfying year at Adams Central. The Flying Jets, coached by Mr. Bryan, had eleven returning lettermen from the previous year. Three of the lettermen were school record holders: Blair Brown broke the mile record with a time of 4:56. 2; Allen Birch set the half-mile record with 2:10.3; and Roger Currie established the two-mile record with a time of 11:15. The team participated in nine- school Allen County Conference for the second year in a row. " ' Speed and Endurance 1 by hard work " served as the abiding motto for the ' 66 team. Many hours of after-school practice prepared the cindermen for their strenuous meets. During the 1966 season the Jets placed fourth out of ten teams in the Berne Relays. They also placed 3rd in the County Meet and second in the E. W. Y. C. , losing to Geneva by three points. 61 FIRST ROW: R. Currie, J. Gilbert, D. Ringger, L. Mitchel. SECOND ROW: Coach Zurcher, D. Sanders, B. Stuckey, D. Green, B. Cook, A. Birch, D. Bieberich, B. Brown, L. Ratcliff, W. Ross. Central’s Varsity Strives For The 1966-67 basketball season will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the many successful cam¬ paigns in Adams Central ' s history. The Flying Jets were victorious in fourteen out of twenty regular sea¬ son games, which included a six game winning streak. The Jets finest hours of the season came when they bombed previously un ¬ beaten Montpelier for the Spartans only loss of the season, and then flew high past Union City the follow¬ ing night. For the first time in A. C. his¬ tory, the Jets competed in the Allen County Tourney in Fort Wayne. The team won the opening game against Huntertown before bowing out to Leo in the second game. 62 A. C. 57 Leo 68 67 Lancaster 61 61 Decatur Catholic 42 72 Hoagland 71 75 Dunkirk 57 69 Ossian 91 75 Woodlan 50 51 South Adams 53 86 Huntertown 57 77 Churbusco 60 64 Decatur 56 79 Monmouth 65 61 Portland 50 65 Huntertown 61 50 Leo 62 82 Monroeville 65 82 Montpelier 77 68 Union City 65 65 Bluffton 68 49 Bishop Dwenger Monmouth 67 48 59 Allen County Tourney Sectional H Mid pom pons and cheerleaders, Central Jets take to the floor. Varsity cheerleaders form a pyramid for victory. Teamwork , Hustle, And Balance Varsity Jet Allen Birch stretches to get the all- important tip. 63 II Flying Jets Display Danny Green was the Jet ' s high scorer for the year with a 15. 6 average. He also had the top free throw percentage, hitting on 71% of his shots. Deryll Ringger was the top scorer from the field, sinking 44% of his shots. The team member leading in rebounding was Allen Birch with 207, while Ringger also had the most assists totaling 96. Bill Stuckey toes the charity stripe. Dan Green kills five birds with one shot. 64 Scholarship And Sportsmanship Singing the school song be¬ gan each hardwood action. Cheerleaders prepare the mighty red Jet for battle. Jet and opponent demonstrate the Freddie. RESERVE: FIRST ROW: S. Zurcher, S. Steury, S. Stump, B. Kolter, SECOND ROW: Mr, Bryan, D. Scheiderer, R. Minnich, B. Miller, K. Summersett, T. Schmitt, B. Tonnelier, J. Frantz. Experience Is Gained Through The 1966-67 second team, coached by Mr. Bryan, finished the season with eleven wins and seven losses. They did not participate in a tourney even though Mr. Bryan 1 s teams had won three previous tourneys. This year the team was composed of two juniors, three sophomores, and three freshmen. Bob Miller led the team in field goal percentages hitting on 47% of his shots. Steve Zurcher had the best free throw percentage as he canned 71% of his free throws. 66 FRESHMEN: FIRST ROW: S. Bertsch, S. Tullis, A . Hamilton, B. Slusher, P. Shoaf, K. Rich, P. Elam. SEC¬ OND ROW: D. Fisher, M. Childs, S. Lyons, S. Neilford, A. Stoller. THIRD ROW: M. Liechty, J. Haugk, Mr. Habegger, T. Soldner, D. Reinhart. Practice And Hard Work JR. HIGH: D. Hirschy, D. Zurcher, M. Cauble, C. Beyerly. SECOND ROW: J. Rich, R. Geyer, E. Girod, C. Hamilton, D. Bollenbacker, D. Gehrig, B. Stoller. THIRD ROW: G. Schmitt, G. Tullis, R. Moser, B. Liechty, A. Arnold, R. Smith, Mr. Fallis, K. Kauffman, B. Genth, J. Vidal, P. Smith, M. Schaffer. i BASEBALL: FRONT ROW: M. Childs, L. Ellenberger, G. Hirschy, C. Scheiderer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Habeggar, B. Kolter, L. Harvey, L. Mitchell, S. Zurcher, S. Lyons, J. Sipe, Mr. Zurcher. THIRD ROW: T. Schmitt, R. Minnich, B, Brown, D. Green, K. Summersett, D. Harvey. Sports Provide An Energy Outlet GOLF : M. Childs, T. Schmitt, B. Stuckey, Mr. Strahm, B. Cook, R. Neuenschwander, L. Ellenberger, K. Rich. ■ , la 68 1 I VOLLEYBALL: D. Ringger, J. Gilbert, B. Cook, B, Stuckey, K. Summersett, P. Shoaf, S. Steury, Mr. Habeggar, L, Mitchell, W. Ross. Through Interscholastic Contests GAA: Miss Todd, I. Cauble, S. Stucky, C, Williamson, D. Moser, D. Hack, M. Kipfer, K. Riff, S. Rauden- bush, L. Henschen, S. Fiechter, J. Connelley, B. Brunner. SECOND ROW: K. Webb, L. Steury, D. Aschliman, P. Fiechter, M. Lantz, R. Kaehr, J. Raudenbush, S. Martin, A. Mitch, J. Redding, D. Eyanson, K. Mutschler, K. Gerber, B. Kipfer. THIRD ROW: K. Huntley, B. Birch, D. Heyerly, S. Geimer, M. Schwartz, P. Nussbaum, J. Nussbaum, C. Ringger, S. Smith, J. Mankey, B. Harmon, S. Schwartz, S. Gerber, L. Kipfer. FOURTH ROW: G, Leyse, J. Kaehr, J. Dague, C. McClain, R. Kipfer, C. Elam, D. Gaunt, L. Bieberick, R. Schwartz, A. Girod, M. Kaehr, S. Leyse, J. Hoffman, B. Tonner, D. Roudebush. FIFTH ROW: C. Nussbaum, C. Borne, B. Mann, R. Tonner, L. Nussbaum, L. McCullough, V. Zurcher, C. Moser, L. Tonner, C. Tonner, L. Sauers, P. Isch, B. Bryan, J. Gerber. 69 PEP CLUB Cheering Boosts School Spirit A red jet and a Jet sign helped boost pep club members morale dur¬ ing the 1966-1967 sports season. Pep club members proudly represented their school at exciting athletic con¬ tests. The cheering season began early as new yells for football were learned. The start of the basketball season saw an enlarged pep club as the club was opened to high school boys and Jr. High students. Varsity cheerleaders Carol Tonner, Janice Sommers, Dianne Moser, and Pansy Zimmer¬ man 15 5 B-Team cheerleaders: Barb Brunner, Jackie Nussbaum, Gretchen Leyse. Pansy Zimmerman Janice Sommers Freshman cheerleaders: Claudia Ringger, Carleen Nussbaum, Kris Mutschler. Dianne Moser Carol Tonner 71 i Friends forget, forgive, and start over. They help us study and relax. Being together at parties, prom, and noon-hour seems to strengthen friend¬ ships. No matter what the age, friends help us travel over life ' s rough pathway. " That was the Year that Was " with Friends b Significant Goal Is Reached RAY ADLER-- President 1; Treasurer 3; FFA 1,2, 3,4, Vice-presidentS, President 4; Soil 1,2,3,4; Livestock 1, 2,3,4; Star Greenhand 1; Hoosier Farmer 3; NHS 3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Newspaper 3,4; Annual Business Manager 4; Band 1., 2,3,4, Vice-president 2; Chemistry Contest 3; Boys ' State 4; State FFA Officer 4; Pep Band 4; Student Council President 4. RALPH ASCHLIMAN-- FFA 1,2, 3,4, Treasurer 4, Crop Judging 1,2,3,4. LINDA BALSIGER-- SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Band 1, 2,3; YFC 1,2; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4. HARRIET BERCOT-- SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; GAA 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; YFC 2,3,4, Secre¬ tary 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. LOIS BIEBERICH-- SSS 2,3,4; GAA 3,4; Annual Staff 4; YFC 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. ALLEN BIRCH-- FFA 2; Class President 3; Dramatics 2,3; Intramurals 1; CC 2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Golf 2; Mile Relay Record 1,2,3; Indus¬ trial Arts 1,2; Half Mile Record 3,4. RICHARD BORNE-- Intramurals 1,2,3; Band 1,2, 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Track 3, Manager 1,2; Base¬ ball 2,3, Manager 1; Basketball Manager 1,2,3. BLAIR BORWN-- FFA 1,2, 3,4, Assistant Secretary 3, Sec¬ retary 4; NHS 3,4, President 4; Dramatics 3,4; Student Council’1,2, President 2; Class President 4; Intramurals 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Mile Record 3; CC 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4. 74 As Sen iors Graduate JANE BRYAN--SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Art Club 1; GAA 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; YFC 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; 4-H 1,2. JOHN BUNNER--Intramurals 3,4; Band 1; YFC 3,4. MIKE BURKE--Annual Staff 4; 4-H 8 years. JUDY BUTLER--SSS 2,3,4; News Reporter 3; Class Trea¬ surer 4; Intramurals 2; GAA 3; YFC 1,2; 4-H 8 years. BOB COOK--Dramatics 3,4, President 4; Track 1,2; Volleyball 3,4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,3, 4; Choir 2,3,4. BONNIE COOK--SSS 2,3,4; GAA 3; Annual Staff 4. ROGER CURRIE--FFA 1,2, 3,4; Dramatics 3; Intramurals 2; Track 3,4; CC 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2. CHERYL ANN DICK--SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Pep Club 1,2. 75 Unity Is Developed JUDY KAY DOUBLE-- SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 4; Art Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Pep Band 4; Pep Club 1,2; NISBOVA 1,3,4. MARSHA ENGLE-- SSS 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Camp 4; Intra¬ murals 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2; Pep Band 3,4; Librarian 4; NISBOVA 1,2. RICHARD EVERTT-- Intramurals 2,3,4; Track 4; CC 2,3, 4; Basketball 1; Annual Staff 4. BARBARA GARWOOD-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3; Rifle Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Annaul Staff 4. CATHY GERBER-- SSS 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2,3; Choir 1,2,3; An¬ nual Staff 3,4; Pep Band 2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Business Co-op Program. GLORIA GERBER-- SSS 2,3,4; Band 1, 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; YFC 2, 3; Pep Band 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; 4-H 7 years. JANET GERBER-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 4; Art Club 4; GAA 4; Choir 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. JIM GILBERT- - Dramatics 3,4, Secretary 4; CC 3; Volley¬ ball 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 3, 4; Choir 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4. By Working Together DANNY GREEN-- Dramatics 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; CC 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; YFC 1. KINLEY GUNDER-- Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Choir 4; YFC 3. KAREN HAMMOND-- SSS 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; YFC 1. JANET HAMRICK-- SSS 2,3,4; NHS 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Class Representative 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4, Reporter 3; YFC 2; Pep Band 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. MYRON HAMRICK-- YFC 3,4. DENNY HARVEY-- FFA 1,2, Crop Judging 1,2; Intramurals 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; CC 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4, Sports Editor 3,4; Statistician 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Annual Staff 3,4. MARLENE HELSEL-- SSS 3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Art Club 1, 3,4, President 4; Cadet Teacher 4. DARRELL HEYERLY-- FFA 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Intramu¬ rals 1,2,3; Art Club 4; Track 3; Pep Band 2. 77 Seniors Ponder Memories VON HEYERLY-- FFA 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Statistician 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2; Pep Band 3,4. JANET HILL--SSS 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; 4-H 1,2,3. DAVID HITCHCOCK--FFA 1,2,3,4. LINDA HODLE --SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; GAA 3; De¬ catur 1; Pep Club 1; FHA 1. JUDY HOFFMAN--SSS 2,3,4; GAA 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. JANE IRWIN--SSS 2,3,4; Student Council 4, Secretary 4; Volleyball 2; Band 3. LYLE KAEHR--Rifle Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Industrial Arts 1,2,3. LEON KAUFFMAN - -Statistician 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 3; Pep Band 4. 78 Of Past Twelve Years STEPHEN KERSHNER-- NHS 4; Class Vice-President 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Statistician 3; Band 1,2,3; Choir 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Pep Band 3. RUTH KIPFER-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4, Vice-Presi¬ dent 4; GAA 3,4; Choir 1; Annual Staff 3,4; Cadet Teach¬ er 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. RITA KING-- SSS 2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 2; NHS 3,4, Secretary 4; Class President 2;Band 1,2, 3,4; ClassRep- resentative 3; Newspaper Staff 3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Edi¬ tor 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, President 2; YFC 1,2, 3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Chemistry Contest 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Girls’ State 4; Journalism Institute 3,4; Democrat High School Reporter 3. MELISSA KIPFER-- SSS 2,3,4; GAA 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. WAYNE KIRSHNER-- FFA 1,2, 3, 4. CAROL MACY-- SSS 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Reporter 2; YFC 1,2,4; Ca¬ det Teacher 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; NISBOVA 2. EVA MANKEY-- SSS 2,3,4; NHS 4; Intramurals 2,3; GAA 3,4; Choir 2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; YFC 1,2, 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; YFC Quiz Captain 3. PANSY ZIMMERMAN-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Student Council 2; Rifle Club 1; Choir 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; GAA 3; Band 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Cheerleader 1,4. 79 Eighty-One Graduates Anticipate LELAND McALHANEY-- FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 4. LaDONNA McCULLOUGH-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; YFC 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4. DONNA MILLER-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3; Art Club 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Spanish Club 4; YFC 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Class Representative 1. JIM MILLER-- Rifle Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1; Choir 1,2,4. DIANNE MOSER-- SSS 2,3,4; NHS 4; Dramatics 3; Stu¬ dent Council 3, Treasurer 3; Class Treasurer 2, Secretary 4; Rifle Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; GAA 3,4; Band 1, 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Pep Club 1; NISBOVA 1,2,4. GREGG NEIFORD ROGER NOLL-- FFA 4. DEAN OGAN-- Dramatics 4; Intramurals 3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3; Bluffton 1; Basketball 1; YFC 3,4. 80 College And Careers LYNN RATCLIFF--Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Choir 3,4; Basketball S. Manager 3,4. DARLENE RICH--SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2; GAA 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Cadet Teacher 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 2. A LAN RINGGER--NHS 3,4, Vice-president 4; Class Vice- president 2,3; Intramurals 3; Annual Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Ping Pong Champ 2,3; Statistician 3; Journalism Institute 3,4. DERYLL RINGGER--Track 1,2; Volleyball 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. JESSE RIOJAS--Spanish Club 2. JERRY RIPPLE--FFA 1,2,3,4. REX ROE--FFA 1,2,3,4. BOB ROSS--FFA 2,3,4. 1966-67 Proves PHYLISS SAPP-- SSS 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4. LINDA SAUERS-- SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,4; Rifle Club 1; GAA 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3, 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2, 3,4; NISBOVA 1,3. EDDIE SCHWARTZ-- Intramurals 2,3; Art Club 3,4; Span¬ ish Club 2,3,4. PAT SHEEHAN- - FFA 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. STEVE SOMMER-- FFA 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Band 1, 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; An¬ nual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; YFC 1; Pep Band 3,4. DAVE SO VINE-- FFA 1,2,3,4. ANN SPRUNGER-- SSS 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 3; GAA 3; Band 1,2, 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Span¬ ish Club 4; YFC 1,2,3,4. KAREN SPRUNGER-- SSS 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,3,4. 82 Exciting, Active, And Memorable DIANE STEFFEN--SSS 2,4; NHS 3,4; Choir 1,2, 4; Annual Staff 3,4. DIANA STETLER--SSS 2,3,4; NHS 4; Student Council 2; Class Secretary 1; GAA 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4, Club Historian 2; Pep Band 3,4; 4-H 4 years. BILL STUCKEY--Dramatics 4; Track 2,3; CC 1,3; Volley¬ ball 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4. CAROL TONNER--SSS 2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Rifle Club 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; G A A 3,4, Representative 3; Band 3; Choir 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Pep Club 1,3; Cheerleader 1,2,4. LINDA TONNER--SSS 2,3,4, President 4; Dramatics 3,4; Rifle Club 1, President 1; GAA 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Choir 2, 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Trea¬ surer 3. STEVE TUMBLESON--Intramurals 2,3,4; Basketball S. Manager 3; Choir 3,4; YFC 3,4. GRETTA WULLIMAN--SSS 2,3,4; Class Treasurer 1; In¬ tramurals 3; GAA 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Annual Staff 4; YFC 1,2,3,4, President 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 3. GRETCHEN YOST--SSS 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Dramatics 3,4, Secretary 3; Student Council 2,4; Class Vice-president 1; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Vice-president 2; Cadet Teacher 4; Pep Club 1,3,4; Cheerleader 2. 83 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Dianne Moser, Secretary; Judy Butler, Trea¬ surer; Blair Brown, President; Stephen Kirschner, Vice-president; Mr, Kirch- offer, Mrs. Kellog, Mr. Allspaw, sponsors. Leon Morgan, a senior, was involved in a serious automobile accident at the beginning of the 1966-67 school year. At the time of this picture (4-67) he was recuperating at the Lutheran Hospital in Ft. Wayne. Best of luck to Leon as he will soon return to finish his high school career at ACHS. 84 Seniors Enjoy Final Year We don ' t count on our fingers anymore, we use beads. Sugar an ' spice an ' everything nice. That ' s what senior girls are made of. Hey, Al, are you trying on new Easter bonnets? This is Central ' s improved version of ' The Thinker. 85 Concessions Are An Experience, To Juniors, Myles Anderson Tim Bebout Judy Beer Phil Bentz Denny Bieberich Roger Bollenbacher Carol Borne Sheila Buettner Vicki Burkhead David Carver Iris Cauble Janie Christman Connie Cook Jane Dague Diane Dennison Nancy Edgell Charlotte Elam Larry Ellenberger Mike Eyanson Patty Feichter Ed Garwood Darlene Geyer Anita Girod Jane Hammond Darrell Harmon Gladys Hart Jack Harvey Ann Haugk Linda Henschen Connie High Rick Hill 1 Irene Hindenlang Dewain Hirschy Susie Hitchcock Pat Isch Janice Jones Mary Kaehr Sheila Kirchner Charlene Kirkpatrick Jim Lantz Linda Longsworth Beth Mann Olga Mauricio Cheri McClain Bob Miller Leon Mitchell Karen Meyers Lilah Nussbaum Pam Nussbaum 86 Prom, A Delight OFFICERS: (Sitting) Brian Zurcher, president; Roxann Stavenik, secretary; Sheryl Raudenbush, treasurer; Rick Hill, vice-president. (Standing) Miss Todd, Mr. Watson, Miss Starns, Miss Ford, sponsors. Jan Nussbaum Rex Oliver Tom Patrick Sheryl Raudenbush Ray Reinhart Ron Reynolds Diane Rich Larry Rich Jo An Riff Gloria Ripple Dennis Roe Leon Roe Wayne Ross Donna Roudebush Georgia Ruble Danny Sanders Tim Schmitt Alan Schug Leland Shoaf Linda Soldner Janice Sommer Roxann Stavenik Dennis Striker Joan Stucky Marlene Stucky Vicki Suman Anita Teeple Becky Tonner Rose Tonner Gary Wable John Wagley Connie Watkins JoEllen Wulliman Brian Zurcher 87 Sophomores Gain Experience And Knowledge Bradford Adler Dennis Allen Gary Archer Phil Arnold Diane Aschliman Rita Baily Lois Beavers Barb Birch Bill Borne Bonnie Bowers Cathy Brodbeck Neil Brown Barb Brunner Joe Burkhead Janet Connelley Cheryl Cook Mike Cook Ronnie Cook Ronald Eckelbarger Susie Everett Charles Eckhart Dennis Fairchild Randy Fennig Jim Franz Judy Funk Jerry Garwood Bob Genth Neil Gerber Dewight Haines Cheryl Hamrick Beth Harmon Carolyn Harvey Larry Harvey Mike Heare Marvin Helsel Gary Hirschy Kenda Huntley Steve Hurst Mike Isch Joy Kaehr Rita Kaehr Karen King Beverly Kipfer Lois Kipfer Mary Lantz Gretchen Leyse Sally Leyse Dennis Light Rita Longsworth 88 CLASS OFFICERS: Randy Fennig, Secretary; Mr. Bryan, Sponsor; Gretchen Leyse, Vice- President; Miss Beavers, Miss Williamson, Sponsors; June Raudenbush, Treasurer; Kip Summerset, President David Luginbill Janice Mankey Harry McDermott Marvin Mihm Don Moeschberger Cindy Moser Ryan Neuenschwander Jackie Nussbaum Linda Nussbaum June Raudertoush Deborah Ray Kathy Rhodes Mike Riley Mary Riojas Wendelin Ruble Max Royer Duane Scheiderer Mike Schmitt Margery Schwartz Ruth Schwartz Sherry Schwartz Sandy Shaffer Darlene Shoaf John Sipe Rodney Smith Michael Sommer Kerry Steiner Linda Stetler Linda Steury Stanley Steury Bill Striker Steve Stump Kip Summerset Bob Tonnellier Doug Tumbleson Joyce Wable Cneryll Williamson Barbara Zimmerman Vicki Zurcher 89 OFFICERS: Steve Zurcher, President; Barry Kolter, Vice- President; Kris Mutschler, Treasurer; Karleen Nussbaum, Secretary; Mrs. Nielsen, Mr. Zurcher, Mr. Hilbert, Mr. Fallis, Sponsors. Don Andrews Richard Aschliman Dennis Bailey Lucinda Balsiger Shirley Baumgartner Terry Bebout Jolandia Becker Virgil Bowers Janet Brewster Becky Bryan Stanley Bertsch Mark Childs Larry Dishong Jerry Double Diana Eckelbarger Mike Edgell Phil Elam Debbie Eyanson Lavonne Fairchild Sharon Fiechter David Fisher Steve Foreman Karen Fruchte Diane Guam Sara Geimer Cathy Gerber Myra Gerber Steve Gerber Eddie Geyer Mavis Gilbert Debbie Hack Darrell Haines Allen Hamilton Gary Hart Jim Haugh Donna Heyerly Patsy Hill Anna Hilty Barbara Hilty Arlan Hirschy Donna Hoffman Milton Hoffman Freshmen Enter The High School Scene Roger Huntly Jack Johnson Walter Johnson Donna Jones Myron Kaehr Joe Kirkpatrick Barry Kolter Cheryl Lawson Mel Liechty Terry Longenberger Steve Lyons Cheryll Martin Rita Mattax John McClain Joe Miller Monty Miller Paul Miller Rick Minnich Aleta Mitch Kristine Mutschler John Myers Steve Neiford Arthur Nussbaum Karleen Nussbaum Sandy Oliver Jim Patrick Janell Redding Carolann Reinhart Dean Reinhart Randy Reinhart Tom Reinhart Vaughn Reinhart Keith Rich Kerry Riff Janet Riley Claudia Ringger Sonja Roe Kathy Shaffer Arlene Shifferly Paul Shoaf Bruce Slusher Steve Smith Susie Smith Calvin Springer Tim Soldner Ted Steffen Tim Steury Tom Stevens Allen Stoller Tom Straub Roy a Ann Stucky Sandra Stucky Jayne Suman Linda Teeple Don Tinkam Steve Tullis Paula Vidal Bobby Vought Karen Webb Becky Wickey Paula Zimmerman Larry Zurcher Steve Zurcher 91 FIRST ROW: D. Tinkham, J. Vidal, G. Watkins, D. Daily, Mr. Gast. SECOND ROW: R. Crownover, D. Shet- ler, R. Smith, G. Striker, D. Thomas, C. Tinkham, A. Riojas. THIRD ROW: J. Patrick, R. Rehrn, A. Riley, M. Shaffer, J, Schwartz, R. Bollenbacher. FOURTH ROW: C. Hamilton, P. Hirschy, J. Miller, D. Longsworth, J. Nussbaum, D. Borne. FIFTH ROW: J. Connelley, E. Echart, M. Ellenberger, G. Garwood, B. Genth. Mr. Gast--Grade 8 Mr. Sprunger--Grade 8 FIRST ROW: J. Wickey, M. Cauble, T. Garner, D. Zimmerman, E. Girod, C. Pierce, J. Shoaf. SECOND ROW: C. Eyanson, M. Schwartz, V. Jordan, D. Gehrig, J. Brewster, K. Moeschberger, P. Shoaf, D. Smith. THIRD ROW: K. Kauffman, E. Kipfer, P. Kershner, R. Arnold, R. Moser, D. Nussbaum, C. Steiner, V. Schrock. FOURTH ROW: S. Christner, B. Stoller, J. Zurcher, C. Bollenbacher, L. Wulliman, S. Mailer, V. Shoaf, L. Gerber. FIFTH ROW: E. Gerber, B. Schug, A. Engle, B. Patch, P. Tonnellier, F. Hammond, D. Hoffman. STANDING: R. Geyer. 92 FIRST ROW: C. Noll, K. Kraft, B, Sheets, M. Jackson, D. Barger, S. Kaehr. SECOND ROW: L. Aschliman, N. Beer, C. Goldner, S. Workinger, J. Brunner, R, Garwood, D. Neadstine, G. Schmitt. THIRD ROW: A. Aschliman, D. Allen, B. Neuenschwander, K. Steury, B. Nussbaum, D. Everett, B. Teeple, B. Yost. FOURTH ROW: J. Rich, B. Morrison, B. Liechty, L. Schwartz, S. Webb, C. Germann, D. Zurcher, A. Arnold. FIFTH ROW: T. Rupert, N. Adler, C. Cook, M. Thatcher, J. Merriman, C. Wickey, G. Tullis, M. Nussbaum. Mr. Glass--Grade 8 Mr. Adler--Grade 7 FIRST ROW: L. Adler, M. Amstutz, S. Bertsch, C. Byerly, S. Ehrsam, K. Fisher, T. Garwood, L. Gaunt. SECOND ROW: J. Gilbert, C. Girod, G. Hack, J. Haggard, J. Harvey, L. Heyerly, M. Hilty, J. Soldner. THIRD ROW: B. Mailer, E. Hilty, K. Hirschy, J. Irwin, I. Kaehr, S. Kiser, D. Leyse, R. Mailboux. FOURTH ROW: R. Sommer, R. Miller, S. Wolfe, M. Morrison, S. Myers, R. Rich, C. Rhodes, R. Sheehan. FIFTH ROW: C. Stoller, D. Welch, T. Morningstar, A. Yost, D. McCullough. STANDING: M. Steury, Mr. Adler. 93 ■HI FIRST ROW: R. Tullis, V. Steimer, S. Rich, D. Funk, J. Shetler. SECOND ROW: D. Roe, D. Roe, T. Sprunger, J, Rich, K. Arnold, V. Peterson. THIRD ROW: R. Osterman, A. Mitchell, S. Mankey, M. Lyons, J. Hilty. FOURTH ROW: S. Kaehr, D. Johnson, P. Isch, C. Hoffman, D. Longenberger. FIFTH ROW: R. Gerber, G. Ger¬ ber, L. Garner, J. Funk, C. Rich, N. Fietcher, SIXTH ROW: S. Fawbush, D. Fairchild, R. Andrews, R. Borne, C. Slusher. SEVENTH ROW: K. Steiner, A. Heyerly, T. Everett, K. King. Mr. Brown--Grade 7 Mr. Hindenlang--Grade 7 FIRST ROW: R. Owens, R. Garwood, D. Kelsey, D. Eckelbarger, K. Ehrman, T. Moser. SECOND ROW: R. Engle, R. Tharp, G. Hodle, M. Zimmerman, G. Roe, W. Hershey, P. Jackson. THIRD ROW: L. Clark, M. Klinger, S. Nussbaum, G. Hindenlang, D. Garwood. FOURTH ROW: J. Hilty, R. Troyer, L. Wickey, T. Bieberstine. 94 .. and a little child shall lead them. " Isa. 11:6 Recesses spent jumping rope, swinging, playing ball, or just goofing off were the most popular part of the school day for ACHS ele¬ mentary students. Elementary teachers have the special responsibility of teaching youngsters to want to learn. Twenty-four teachers guided the students in their search for knowledge. Special projects added spice to the daily routines and made school something to look forward to for the 644 elementary students at Adams Central. Christmas and Valentine exchanges, birth¬ day parties, and unexpected vacations highlighted the " Year that Was. " 95 w FIRST ROW: B. Kaehr, S. Bieberich, S. Studebaker, R. Vidal, L. Jackson, T. Becker. SECOND ROW: S. Rhodes, K. Steffen, D. Haines, S. Lantz, D. Hilty, J. Myers. THIRD ROW: S. Schrock, M. Bieberich, J. Slusher, D. Inniger, A. Mitchell, J. Haugk. FOURTH ROW: E. Miller, M. Hilty, K. Zimmerman, M. Gilbert., S. Burkhart, M. Hilty. Mr. Johnson--Grade 6 Mr. Strahm--Grade 6 FIRST ROW: M. Kirpatrick, S. Patch, L. Schwartz, D. Daily, D. Harvey, M. Raudenbush. SECOND ROW: S. Habegger, M. Zurcher, T. Jackson, J. Miller, V. Kolter, G. Everett. THIRD ROW: S. Schwartz, C. Johnson, J. Wittwer, G. Patrick, R. Young, J. Geisel. FOURTH ROW: R. Bryan, G. Double, I. Jackson, K. King, D. Steury, L. Shetler. FIFTH ROW: G. Hill, J. Pratt, K. Barger, M. Manley, G. Landis, K. Ringger, V. Schwartz. STAND¬ ING: P. Sauers. ABSENT: J. Weisman, P. Ogg. 96 FIRST ROW: J. Johnson, J. Thactcher, J. Chapman, L, Miller, S. Elzey, S. Everett, Mr. Clark. SECOND ROW: P. Brodbeck, M. Noll, D. Girod, E. Watkins, J. Springer, R. Cook. THIRD ROW: J. Workinger, C. Foor, R. Mihm, B. Hitchcock, M. Riley, T. Light. Mr. Clark--Grade 6 Mr. Ehrsam--Grade 6 FIRST ROW: C. Fruchte, D. Biberstine, S. Bassett, R. Sprunger, J. Bluhm. SECOND ROW: M. Kaehr, M. Gar¬ wood, B. Bailey, R. Hurst, D. Wable, C. Clark, G. Childs. THIRD ROW: M. Zurcher, N. Wagley, J. Beery, S. Neadstine, R. Reynolds, L. Schwartz. FOURTH ROW: J. Foreman, S. Rash, S. Mattox, L. Yost, D. Eyanson, K. King, C. Reinhard. FIFTH ROW: B. Arnold, D. Seitz, J. Bergman, B. Miller, R. Landis, S. Feichter. STAND¬ ING: C. Williams, Mr. Ehrsam. ABSENT: E. Hilty. FIRST ROW: Mr. Clark, G. Everett, D. Johnson, R. Dague, C. Tricker, T. Tinkham, Mrs. Mitchel. SECOND ROW: S. Girod, L. Edwards, L. Ehrsam, R. Hoffman, C. Cook, R. Bebout. THIRD ROW: K. Sheeham, B. Lichtenberger, J. Ross, K. Jones, S. Bollenbacher, G. Morrison. Mrs. Mitchel - Mr. Clark -- Grade 5 6 Mrs. Egly -- Grade 5 FIRST ROW: Mrs. Egly, D. Christman, N. Bassett, L. Carter, D. Rupert, E. Smith, J. Funk, D. Miller, K. Nussbaum, D. Simon, C. Nussbaum, A. Nussbaum. SECOND ROW: R. Brock, N. Poling, R. Landis, D. Roe, S. Longenberger, N. Sprunger, D. Ehlerding, J. Dennison, G. Gilgen. THIRD ROW: S. Kaehr, G. Gerber, R. Watkins, D. Lehman, D. Moser, M. Sauers, M. Gilbert. FIRST ROW: S. Arnold, J. Straub, D. Longsworth, S. Fuelling, J. Gilbert, C. Mitchel. SECOND ROW: B. Ger¬ ber, L. Stucky, R. Nussbaum, E. Tonner, B. Landis, D. Adler. THIRD ROW: D. Kelsey, K. Gerber, M. Lowry, B. Garwood, J. McBride, E. Cavanaugh. FOURTH ROW: D. Aschliman, K. Ehrman, S. Poorman, M. Weisman, J. Ellenberger, S. Schlickman. FIFTH ROW: G. Andrews, S. King, M. Dailey, R. Hodle.D. Mankey. ABSENT: P. Rhodes, C. Ogg. Mr. Sprunger--Grade 5 Mrs. Teeter Grade 5 FRONT ROW: N. Engle, A. Steury, A. Raudenbush, S. Gerber, B. Bergman, E. Troyer, M. Schwartz, J. Houk, K. Wulliman, H. Jackson, C. Manley, D. Carr. SECOND ROW: D. Feichter, D. Rich, M. Nussbaum, J. Kaehr, C. Zurcher, L. Marckel, J. Brewster, J. Hack, D. Pierce, L. Peterson, Mrs. Teeter. THIRD ROW: D. Tinkham, R. Herman, R. Myers, T. Gledhill, B. Hoffman, J. Riff, T. Eckhart, R. Manley, K. Bowman, L. Ross. 99 i—m m FIRST ROW: J. Pierce, J. Steffen, J. Soldner, A. Tonner, D. Teeple. SECOND ROW: R. Ross, D. Hirschy, J. Lehman, M. Schwartz, L, Arnold. THIRD ROW: L. Hilty, D. Gilgen, R. Zurcher, K. King, J. Kauffman, K. Nussbaum. FOURTH ROW: T. Nussbaum, K. Ehrman, F. Coppess, D. Allen, S. Garner, J. Engle. FIFTH ROW: L. Stuckv, K. Steffen, N. Arnold, D. Gerig, C. Cavanaugh, L. Burkhead. SIXTH ROW: R. Gledhill, W. Shetler, S. Eckalbarger, D. Bertsch, R. Heiser. Mr. Nelson--Grade 4 Mrs. Mitchel Grade 4 5 FIRST ROW: J. Thatcher, B. Wolfe, J. Tinkham, B. Sprunger, K. Watkins, D. Noll, B. Wolfe. SECOND ROW: M. Hurst, B. Robinson, L. Winans, C. Wolfe, C. Everett, S. Bailey, M. Gallogly, S. Morrison. THIRD ROW: R. Elzey, D. Workinger, D. Lyons, R. Mihm, J. Brodbeck, D. Feasel, T. Wolfe. 100 FIRST ROW: C. Zurcher, T. Schrock, D. Ross, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: D. Gerber, J. Harvey, L. Steury, C. Eyanson, R. Patch, H. Jackson. THIRD ROW: D. Garwood, R. Schwartz, K. Sietz, J. Rich, S. Borne, C. Hirschy. FOURTH ROW: M. Nussbaum, L. Jackson, F. Kirkpatrick, J. Mora, M. Webb. FIFTH ROW: T. Adler, A. Geyer, B. Gerber, J. Beyerly, D. Pratt. SIXTH ROW: C. Cavanaugh, D. Weisman, T. Slusher, J. Genth, T. Liechty. ABSENT: T. Sheets, D. Klinger. Mrs. Kuhn--Grade 4 Mrs. Byerly--Grade 4 FIRST ROW: H. Ringger, D. Nussbaum, E. Dick. SECOND ROW: T. Nussbaum, K. Richards, L. Stoller, B. Burkhart, B. Beer, M. Bertsch. THIRD ROW: J. Redding, S. Weaver, R. Fiechter, J. Vaught, D. Hilty. FOUR¬ TH ROW: J. Beery, E. Steffen, R. Fenning, M. Double, K. Barger. FIFTH ROW: D. Gerber, M. Amstutz, L. Patrick, P. Bryan, C. Roe, A. Sell. SIXTH ROW: D. Leyse, P. Reinhart, G. Manley, J. Gerber, E. Fisher. 101 FIRST ROW, front to back: J. Cook, C. Chapman, V. Bienz, T. Lichtengerger, C. Wolfe. SECOND ROW: T. Wolfe, S. Johnson, D. Winaus, G. Everett, K. Dick, N. Morrison. THIRD ROW: R. Lawson, B. Ehrsam, T. Girod, G. Noll, R. Rehm, C. Mihm, W. Fiarchild. FOURTH ROW: T. McCullough, B. Hurst, S. Dick, A. Riley, C. Speakman, R. Sheets. FIFTH ROW: M. Bailey, A. Barkley, B. Sprunger, M. Bowen, G. Rawley, T. Brodbeck. Mrs. Esther Dellinger--Grades 2 3 FIRST ROW, front to back: C. Clark, D. Gerber, D. Klinger, D. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: J. Sells, D. Bollinger, B. Studabaker. THIRD ROW: J. Rhodes, D. Witt, N. Hirschy, P. Loy, J. Wickey. FOURTH ROW: T. Kirschner, T. Roe, L. Meyers, S. Gerber, J. Mora. FIFTH ROW: R. Steffen, D. Nussbaum, J. Bentz, K. Steffen, A. Wulliman, J. Isch. SIXTH ROW: B. Haugk, G. Fiechter, M. Gilbert, K. Watkins, N. Hurst, N. Martin. Mrs. Inniger--Grade 3 102 FIRST ROW, back to front: C. Clouse, C. Kirkpatrick, M. Parrish. SECOND ROW: C. Gerber, S. Abbott, M. Amstutz, T. Young. THIRD ROW: R. Reynolds, B. Manley, K. Ringger, C. Beer, R. Roe. FOURTH ROW: V. Mitchel, M. Barger, J. Tonnellier, C. Hoffman, F. Evans. FIFTH ROW: C. Hart, N. Schug, R. Zimmer¬ man, S. Byerly, R. Becher. SIXTH ROW: G. Hill, M. Schwartz, D. Stout, R. Rumple. Mrs. Johnson--Grade 3 FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Deckrow, P. Williams, P. Beer, S. Miller. SECOND ROW: T. Kerchner, S. Bauman, R. Schwartz, J. Mailer, M. Webb, D. Beer. THIRD ROW-: T. Patch, D. Bauman. FOURTH ROW: R. Dailey, V. Ringger, S. Hilty, G. Miller, B. Nussbaum, M. Mitchel. FIFTH ROW: K. Ehrman, A. Steffen, N. Hurst, C. Steiner, J. Nussbaum, R. Mattax. SIXTH ROW: L. Schwartz, L. Hilty, L. Carter, C. Longen- berger, M. Mitchel, B. Troxel. Mrs. Haggard--Grade 3 103 FIRST ROW, left to right: J, Thatcher, B. Wolfe, J. Tinkham, B. Sprunger, D. Watkins, D. Noll, B. Wolfe, Mrs. D. Mitchel. SECOND ROW: M. Hurst, B. Robinson, L. Winans, C, Wolfe, C. Everett, S. Bailey, M. Gollogly, S. Morrison. THIRD ROW: R. Elzey, D. Workinger, D. Lyons, R. Mihm, J. Brodbeck, D. Feasel, T. Wolfe. Mrs. D. Mitchel--Grades 2 3 Mrs. Meyers--Grade 2 FIRST TABLE, clockwise: E. Wickey, M. Parrish, J. Teeple, R. Manley, K. Engle, R. Rumple. SECOND TABLE: T. Williamson, L. Hilty, M. Gilbert, M. Hilty, K. Strahm, T. Landis, M. Miller. THIRD TABLE: J. Bluhm, D. Arnold, T. Bovine, B. Hawkins, J. Patch, J. Christman. FOURTH TABLE: R. Bauman, D. Carr, R. Garwood. FIFTH TABLE: R. Stout, D. Dailey, C. Hilty, S. Taylor, V. Ringger, P. Zurcher. 104 FRONT ROW, left to right: D. Kelsey, D. Yoder, J. Hamrick, B. Engle, S. Gerber. SECOND ROW: G. Seitz, D. Watkins, R. Pierce, D. Carr, J. Amstutz, P. Arnold, T. Engle. THIRD ROW: R. Bollinger, B. Heiser, D. Hirschy, K. Shoaf, L. Tonner, E. Garner. FOURTH ROW: T. B luhm, R. Hamilton, L. Brock, S. Soldner, N. Eckhart, R. Liechty. FIFTH ROW: D. Myers, R. Mutschler, R. Goldner, E. Evans, R. Ross. Miss Johnson--Grade 2 ► Mrs. Beaty--Grade 2 FRONT ROW, left to right: K. Gilgen, D. Robinson, J. Garwood, N. Sprunger, R. Geyer, J. Fiechter, D. Byerly, M. Rich, K. Ulman, J. Meyers. SECOND ROW: L. Tonner, K. King, V. Nussbaum, T. Herman, H. Hilty, A. Gerber, H. Schwartz, J. Kaehr, C. Jackson, M. Slusher. THIRD ROW: G. Bixler, D. Hart, T. Eyanson, L. Mailboux, S. Poling, J. Ehlerding, D. Eckelbarger. 105 -.j, Mb 2 f HPW, ' Hr " Jf Kafr, jggfi -L UHL.. —— T H SmBBI Hggi ’ HUMk-■ {--v it - m Ora- 1 B • u V I • »T . ‘ ■PTUB K _ J B J M mf y - c Wf- 1 aBL ,A FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Lawson, J. Clenenger, L. Barkley, R. Dague, J. Girod, B. Suman, D. Hurst, M. Liehtenberger, L. Brunner, G. Edwards, Miss Clements. SECOND ROW: J. Hitchcock, R. Johnson, B. Lyons, S. Roe, M. Holloway, T. Wolfe, D. Cook, B. Bebout, B. Frey. THIRD ROW: D. Noll, G. Elzey, C. Butler, D. Wolfe, G. Hoffman, K. Rehm, F. Morrison, J. Speakman, L. Tumbleson, D. Kindle. Miss Clements--Grades 1 2 FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Fruechtte, R. Brodback, N. Sell, L. Longenberger, J. Gerber, A. Fiechter. SEC¬ OND ROW: P. Patch, D. Call, N. Tinkham, S. Mitchel, M. Schwartz, J. Parrish. THIRD ROW: T. Garwood, S. Ringger, E. Herman, T. Bebout, L. Miller, K. Hawkins, J. Dailey. FOURTH ROW: A. Hirschy, L. Jackson, D. Engle, D. Isch, C. Vaught, V. Dynes, S. Bailey, D. Weaver, V. Isch, G. Gerber, D. Habegger. Mrs. Griffiths--Grade 1 FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Haines, E. Hack, D. Girod, D. Witt, M. Noll. SECOND ROW: B. Byerly, T. Zimmerman, P. Lowry, M. Egly, V. Schwartz, K. Dick. THIRD ROW: T. Eckhart, L. Hurst, M. Barger, S. Johnson, D. Cowans, D. Soldner. FOURTH ROW: P. Baumgartner, T. Bryan, R. Taylor, D. Cavanaugh, J. Genth. FIFTH ROW: W. Sheets, K. Seitz, M. Shetler, A. Simons, D. Lehman. Miss Hiatt--Grade 1 FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Studabaker, J. Isch, D. Gerig, R. Trevino, R. Hirschy, K. Kaehr. SECOND ROW: S. Harvey, V. Troxel, S. Mattax, R. Gerber, I. Schwartz, D. Amstutz. THIRD ROW: D. Engle, R. Dailey, D. Bixler, L. Burkhart, J. Kahlert, C. Elzey. FOURTH ROW: K. Raudenbush, C. Geisel, T. Harmon, K. Rauden- bush, M. Troyer, R. Hirschy, D. Bowman. OUTSIDE ROW: A. Weisman, P. Garwood, R. Wickey, C. Gilgen, J. Ringger. STANDING: D. Tonnellier. Mrs. Habegger--Grade 1 107 ] TABLE 1: T. Roe, D, White, Y. Prizer, K. Peterson. TABLE 2: R. Brawn, L. Shaffer, T. Stout, D. Heimann. TABLE 3: T. Bertsch, R. Steffen, K. Rich, D. Wilder, L. Braun. TABLE 4: J. Schmitt, R. Wilder, R. Evans, K. Richards, P. Burkhart. TABLE 5: L. Roudenbush, T. Garner, C. Meyers, S. Manley, R. Braun. Mrs. Baxter--Kindergarten, A. M. Mrs. Baxter--Kindergarten, P. M. TABLE 1: S. Suman, S. Dick, K. Reidenbach, T. Fairchild, J. Jones. TABLE 2: R. Roe, N. Wolfe, C. Cook, S. Hindenlang, T. Wolfe. TABLE 3: R. Kiley, J. McCullough, B. Snyder, K. Elyey. TABLE 4: J. Cook, C. Barkley, T. Foor, P. Barkley, S. Wolfe. 108 TABLE 1: K. Lehman, T. Lehman, B. Dick, H. Lehman, R. Nuenschwander, L. Ely. TABLE 2: D. Bluhm, J. Parrish, D. Moses, J. Eyanson, L. Rich. TABLE 3: J. Loy, J. Genth, S. Wilkins, J. Kiser. TABLE 4: S. Nuss- baum, K. Coppess, T. Spade, M. Lengerich, L. Nussbaum. TABLE 5: B. Heiman, M. Lee, K. Loy, F. Geisel, B. Kershner, L. Andrews. CENTER: S. Eckelbarger, J. Kipfer, J. Isch. CADET TEACHER: L. Sauers. Mrs. Westfall-Kindergarten Mrs. Westfall--Kindergarten TABLE 1: M. Kahlert, L. Bryan, M. Reinhart, F. Smith, M. Steury. TABLE 2: E. Bieberick, S. Kaehr, J. Nussbaum, C. Gerber, S. Steiner, K. Dynes, J. Busse, L. Vaught. TABLE 3: D. Lehman, J. Miller, J. Rhodes, L. Aschliman, J. Ringger, K. Hilbert. TABLE 4: D. Robinson, M. Baulman, L. Rich, C. Amstutz, G. Harvey, V. Gerber, B. Slusher. TABLE 5: J. Taylor, L. Morningstar, K. Hirschy, C. Ulman, C. Rumple, L. Mitchell. 109 V Business firms play an important part in the life of every community. They, with their financial support through advertising helped make this annual possible. THAT WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS IN Advertising ALWAYS BUY YOUR MILK IN THE NEW Easy Open Easy Pour Leakproof Tuffy Carton " A Home Dairy Exclusive” HOME DAIRY PRODUCTS Box 309 Berne, Indiana 46711 Phone 589-3141 112 PHOTOGRAPHY TRYING TO PICTURE EVERYTHING BETTER MAKING OUR ANNUAL A VIVID REFLECTION OF 1966-1967 SCHOOL YEAR COMPLIMENTS OF LAWRENCE STUDIOS CEN-TRAIL BOOSTERS BERNE Berne Furniture, Inc. Berne Hi-Way Hatchery Berne Locker Storage Clauser Furniture Dr. Edgar P. Sprunger Dr. M.A. Lehman Faith and Life Book Store Hendrick’s Electric Larry’s Barber Shop Liechty Plumbing and Heating Poplar Drive-In Rich’s Barber Shop Schwartz Gift Shop and Food Center The Habit Cleaners BLUFFTON Shafer Tractor Sales CRAIGVILLE Gerber Locker Compliments of E.F. Gass Culligan Water Conditioner Sales Service Decatur Dry Cleaners Downtown Texaco F. McConnell and Sons Kelly’s Dry Cleaning Kenny’s OK Barber Shop Mazelin’s Coin-Op Laundry Norval’s. Rich, M.D. Shaffer ' s Restaurant Village Beauty Salon Wertzbergers GENEVA Hanni Furniture, Home Furnishings Naas Foods, Inc. Steven’s Barber Shop MONROE Adams County Farm Bureau K K Babbitry DECATUR VERA CRUZ Chic Dry Cleaning Croy’s Machine Shop 113 ADAMS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. 309 South 13 St. Phone 7249127 Decatur, Indiana 46733 U.S. Highway 27, South ADAMS COUNTY TRAILER SALES Hi-Ways 27-33 Decatur, Ind. ADLER BROTHER’S GARAGE Decatur, Indiana Craigville Monroe 565-3258 692-6225 BEAVERS OIL COMPANY, INC. 168 S. Second St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2705 BOB’S SEWING AND SERVICE CENTER 116 W. Monroe St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-4404 DAIRY QUEEN 123 N. Thirteenth St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2929 114 DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT The only daily newspaper in Adams County 141 South Second Street Phone 724-2121 DECATUR READY MIX Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-7169 DIERKES IMPLEMENT SALES North 13th Decatur, Indiana Phone, 724-3860 DECATUR GOLF COURSE U.S. 224 West Decatur, Indiana DECATUR SUPPLY HOUSE 140 West Monroe St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-3363 HOFFMAN TV AND APPLIANCES Admiral Color TV Headquarters Larry Hoffman-Owner Decatur, Indiana 115 wi GERBER ' S SUPER DOLLAR North 13th (Highway 27) Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-7174 HI-WAY SERVICE 1013 N. 2nd Street Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2928 LUTES FLOWERS So. Winchester St. at the City Limits Phone 724-7126 Flowers for all Occassions HAUGK’S ELECTRIC 209 N. 13th St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-9184 MORNINGSTAR AUTO SALES U . S. 27 North Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2046 HOLTHOUSE DRUG CO. 2nd and Monroe Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2001 r car a 116 PHIL L. MACKLIN CO. 107 South First St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-7129 SHEETS FURN URE COMPANY ) SHEETS’ FURNITURE 152 S. Second St. Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-7181 WESTERN AUTO STORE 152 North Second Street Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2757 YOST GRAVEL-READYMIX CO. R.R. 1 Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-7116 -jo mm rm r . Congratulations and Success to the Senior Class of 1967. 5-10 BEN FRANKLIN Berne, Indiana BERNE ELECTRIC Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2819 117 BERNE LUMBER, INC. 205 E. Main St. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2268 BERNE MASTER FEED STORE Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2303 Put a Tiger in Your at BERNE OIL CO. Berne, Indiana Tank BERNE WITNESS Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2101 C.T.S. OF BERNE Berne, Indiana Phone 589-3111 118 FLICK’S BODY SHOP 618 Parr Road Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2333 FOOD TOWN MARKET 168 N. Jefferson St. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2178 GIFFORD’S I.G.A. North on U.S. 27 Berne, Indiana Phone 589-3167 r GRABER INSURANCE, INC. U.S. 27 North of Berne Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2904 bixlee ■SHWMiB (5 ' Hk ; HERMAN J. BIXLER INSURANCE 179 W. Main St. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2142 LEE’S DEPT. STORE, INC. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-3106 119 LEHMAN FEED MILL R.R. 1, Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2451 MOSER MOTOR SALES 218 W. Main St. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2171 NEUENSCHWANDER, INC. 100 State Street Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2211 McINTOSH INC. Berne division Berne, Indiana Phone 589-3121 NAGEL ' S FLOWERS 1009 East Main Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2472 PALMER HOUSE " downtown Berne " Smorgasboard Every Friday Phone 589-2306 120 " The Best Dressed Man Relies on STAN " STAN’S MEN’S WEAR Check Our Ladies Sportswear Dept. Berne, Indiana TREES DRIVE IN R. R. 1 Berne, Indiana Phone 589-3434 STUCKEY’S SHELL U.S. 27 Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2216 YAGER FUNERAL HOME Dignified, Courteous Service 365 W. Main - Berne, Indiana Phone 219-589-3101 ZURCHERS MUSIC STORE P.0. Box 272 Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2361 ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Monroe, Indiana 121 m AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER Monroe, Indiana i I ! I E.D. SCHROCK Building Contractor Monroe, Indiana BEFORE AFTER FRIEDA’S WIG CENTER Phone 2-6512 Monroe, Indiana BUIlDiftO CONTR DALES Monroe, Indiana Professional Care Is Best For Hair THE FRENCH ROOM BEAUTY SALON 107 E. Jackson, Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6300 Sharon Kessler, Hairstylist JEANNE’S BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6609 122 JET GRILL Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6517 JOHN ANN BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6221 K J COIN LAUNDRY Monroe, Indiana Open 7 Days a Week 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Weekdays 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sundays LENGERICH BUTCHERING Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6313 iROCERIES ft MEATS JUK MARKET K. K. MARKET Monroe, Indiana Congratulations Graduating Class Build for the Future With MIDWESTERN UNITED LIFE INSURANCE Lester K. Sipe Monroe Pleasant Mills RR 1 592-7530 123 MODEL HATCHERY, INC. Monroe, Indiana STUCKY FURNITURE CO. Monroe, Indiana MONROE GRAIN SUPPLY CO. Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6176 ZEIGLER’S BARBER SHOP Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6642 ZURCHER’S FIRESTONE Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6171 COPPESS CORNERS Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6166 124 LISTER’S STORE Groceries—Drugs--Post Office Mobilgas Preble, Indiana If You Have Some ’’Equity” EXCHANGE at PREBLE. PREBLE EQUITY EXCHANGE INC. Preble, Indiana KOLTER HARDWARE Robert M. Kolter Preble Phone 547-4522 MESHBERGER BROS Crushed Stone Linn Grove 334-5311 . STONE CORP. Truck Deliver Pleasant Mills 582-7211 y R. H. EVERETT General Merchandise " We Serve to Sell Again” Phone 592-7430 The Only Way to Win the " Marathon” Is to Fill Up at WILLIAMSON MARATHON. Pleasant Mills, Indiana 125 For Sure Insurance C. DOYLE COLLIER, GEN. AGENT COLUMBUS MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. Life--Health--Annuities If You Enjoy Going " Dutch”, Eat at the DUTCH MILL. On the Banks of the Wabash Bluffton, Indiana HEYERLY ' S Phone 622-4196 HEYERLY’S Phone 824-0300 BAKERY INC. Ossian, MARKET, INC. Bluffton Ind . I nd . Bank with the Farmers and and the Merchants FARMER AND MERCHANT’S BANK " Your Friendly Bank " Bluffton, Indiana Let Gerbers Grind Your Grain. GERBER FEED MILL " Your Honegger Dealer " Custom Grinding Grain Buying Bluffton, Indiana CRAIGVILLE ELEVATOR " Service with a Smile " Craigville, Indiana 126 BRANCH OF BANK OF GENEVA CONTRACTORS RAINBOW CONSTRUCTION_GENEVA ROTH ELECTRIC_MONROE HANNI PLUMBING_GENEVA JEFFERSON HOUSE INTERIORS-FT. WAYNE WILLIAM C. BAER. CONSULTING ENGINEER FT. WAYNE EXPECTED COMPLETION DATE IS DECEMBER 1966 New Extension in Monroe GENEVA BANK RINGGER SOFT WATER RAY (565-3573) Craigville (565-3240) George Complete Water Conditioning Service " WATER KING” Sales Rentals On Display at HABEGGER-SCHAFERS, Decatur And At Farm Home Center, Berne To Everyone: The editor wishes to thank all those who have helped to make this year’s annual tell a more realistic story of THAT WAS THE YEAR THAT WAS. Sincerely, Alan Ringger 127


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