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

 - Class of 1968

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Talking in the halls at noon, exchanging gossip between classes, stuffing books back into overcroweded lockers, and fighting your way through the traffic jams in the hallways are all events that take place as we " Stroll Along Cen-trails. " Academics 14 Organizations 28 Sports 50 Friends 66 Advertising 114 Cen-trails—Lead to After-School Activities Rick Loshe--Treasurer; Rhonda Arnold--President; Barbara Nussbaum--Secretary; Greg Jesionowski--Vice-President. Sponsers: Mr. Zehr, Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. Stein, Mr. Allspaw. TRADE YA! ! ! 4 To Sally Leyse and Beth Mann happiness is roasting their own hot dog. Hey, we weren ' t supposed to write on this line, were we? A.C. ' s " scarecrow " in action! " What ' s the matter Sally? Won ' t they ever grow up? 5 Centralite Activities Did your motorcycle break down, Max? Sophomore class offi¬ cers: Larry Zurcher, Pres.; Rosie Braun, Treas.; Pam Mauller, Sec.; Steve Tullis, V-Pres. Sponsors: Mr. Zurcher, Mr. Hakes, Mr. Fallis, Mrs. Dil¬ lon, Mrs. Neilson. 6 Groundbreaking ceremonies are conducted by Brad Nussbaum, Greg Childs, Stan Steury, Trina Bluhm, Cheryl Byerly, and Diane Rich. Activities for All Seasons Look, Mom! I got my wish after all. Vicki Zurcher prepares for the all important hole-in- one. 8 Karen Fruchte and Pat Isch will soon know if ' Ultra Brite ' really gives your mouth sex appeal. The candid camera catches Gretchen Leyse before the completion of the beautification process. Max Royer strains to attain the perfect male physique. 9 Ron Reynolds takes time out to practice his yoga. Spotlight Shines on Active Seniors " Better Idea Guys " are at it again. Liz?? No, just Pat Isch. 10 Will these boys need 24 hour protection after their work is done? I thought girls were only suppose to jump when they see mice ! We could have danced all night! 11 Coronation Adds Special Touch to Year Dave Carver, Mary Kaehr, Gary Wable, Donna Roudebush, King Denny Bieberich, Queen Linda Henschen, Jeni Isch, Timmy Spade, Becky Tonner, Tim Schmitt, Pat Isch, Leon Mitchel. Centrail ' s King Denny Bieberich and Queen Linda Henschen. 12 On December 22, from the moment the first couple entered the gym, suspense and anticipation mounted in the hearts and minds of everyone. Scenery for the crowning consisted of a gate, where the couples met and a red-brocaded backdrop accented with silver crowns. The moment everyone was waiting for came when Denny Bieberich became Centrail’s King, and Linda Henschen was crowned Queen. The voting for the King and Queen is done by the student body. The annual staff sponsors this yearly event. Crowning of’68 King, Queen Becomes Reality Mary Kaehr was escorted by Dennis Bieberich. Pat Isch was escorted by Leon Mitchel. Linda Henschen was escorted by Dave Carver. 13 Flower girl with Jeni Isch and crown bearer was Timmy Spade. THE ACADEMICS TRAIL Studies are an important part of the days activities in any school. Many subjects were offered at Adams Central this year and students chose those that in¬ terested them . The usual rou¬ tine was changed completely with the switch to the float system. Unlike other years, classes met only four days a week for 70 minutes a day. Although " psy¬ chology and Latin were dropped from the curriculum, industrial arts was added and Spanish III was offered. The high school ate lunch during two separate lunch periods. There was no homeroom in which to work on lab reports or compare book¬ keeping. Instead, fourth periods on Thursday were replaced by a n activity period. Although the daily routine was changed, stu¬ dents still had to study for weekly tests and semester exams. ' Lectures, General Elections and Problems This year at AC, Mr. Mossburg and Mr. Hilbert brought students closer to U.S. History, World History and cur¬ rent happenings. Slides and movies of historic happenings were discussed after being shown. Questions were asked and answered, and tests were suffered through. The different wars were compared and linked together -- how they began, how they were fought , how they ended, and the similarities and differences. Discussions were often held on the draft since most boys were interested in this topic. Mr. Hilbert tries intently to find the lost " colony " . U.S. History students focus their minds on the day ' s lesson with varying degrees of intentness. 16 of Democracy Interest Students With the help of Mr. Shoup and Mr. Mossburg, the Seniors now have a bet¬ ter idea of how the United States government operates. The govern¬ ment classes studied the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, powers of Congress, the court system, and how State gov¬ ernment is organized. The pros and cons of county, township, local, city, and village governments were dis¬ cussed and solutions to the problems of these governments were suggested. The government students suffered through tests, and tried to decipher blackboards. Current Events con¬ cerning the day ' s lesson were fully dis¬ cussed and " solved, " speeches on the day ' s lesson were given to the class, and income tax forms were explained. The Seniors discovered how farms are identified by townships, ranges, sec¬ tions, and quarter sections. All in all, the government students learned of the organization, operation, problems, and finance of the governments of the United States. Speeches were common occurrences in Mr. Shoup ' s government classes. Now, Donna, are you sure ranges run north and south ? 17 Studying Languages Broadens Outlook While Stu j Student librarians are a great help to everyone. Susie Smith and Barry Kolter enlist the aid of AC ' s dictionary cart to find the latest words of the week. By looking at the ancient urn and the old works in literature, Larry Zurcher, Mrs. ' K 1 , Diane Gaunt, and Karen Webb see how history affects literature. idents Explore Foreign Customs and Cultures Buenos dias, Bonjour, and Hi! were heard in the halls of A.C. this year. To some, it may have been baffling, but the A.C. students seemed to know what they were saying. In the halls between classes, you could hear French and Spanish students frantically trying to memorize their vo¬ cabulary words for the day, or literature students reciting their Shakespeare. Mrs. Kirchoffer and Mrs. Stucky helped us in our native language, unrelentlessly drill¬ ing us on the parts of speech, word usage, and sentence structure. Our back¬ ground in English formed the basis for understanding the structure of a foreign language. Miss Williamson spoke to us in Spanish and expected to hear answers in Spanish. Slides on Spanish explorers were shown and students listened to tapes of conversations. Mrs. Kellog presented in¬ teresting facts on French life and cultures as well as teaching us to conjugate verbs and understand sentences. With these teachers to help us, we are well on our way to a mastery of several languages. Joan Merriman and Bob Morrison try to find Havre on the map of France. students! amS ° n Schmitt $h ° W Becky Yost 1116 S P anish bulletin board displaying the club ' s outstanding 19 Science and Math Classes Help Prepare Scientists Simple mathematics play an important role in everyday life. All calculations from bushels per acre to density per cubic centimeter must be made ac¬ curately . Students enrolled in general math., Algebra I, and Algebra II classes, plane and solid Geometry and trigonometry. These classes formed basis for future training or practical ap - plication. Factor combinations, volume, functions of logarithms and graphs were all presented to the students. Proving equations and proofs, graphing equations and searching for unknowns provided homework for six mathematics classes. Yes, Tim Soldner, corresponding parts of similar triangles are equal. While the other students consult each other, Jug Fisher looks for help. 20 and Engineers of Tomorrow’s World Brian Zurcher, Mr. Alspaw, and Phil Bentz determine that the IMA is Le over Lf. Bill Stoller and Darrell Gerig help each other dissect a crawfish. Did you know that sound travels at the rate of 1087 ft. per sec.? This and other facts were used by AC ' s physics students. Heat, sound, illumination and energy were four main topics the class delved into. Is it possible that there is a fourth dimen¬ sion? What are the principles behind a rocket lift off? Why does a train whistle sound shriller as it approaches you? In¬ quisitive young minds voiced thought- provoking questions such as these in all of AC ' s science classes. Chemistry students memorized valances, and symbols, and tested their memories by identifying " un¬ known " elements. Biology students found themselves chasing prayi ng mantisses, lady bugs, and falling leaves. Class time was spent discussing biological organisms, genes, and dissecting specimens. 21 Cadet Teaching and Vocational Agriculture Becoming the teacher gave A.C. ' s ex¬ ploratory teachers a chance to see classroom problems from the teachers point of view. Working with young children tried the patience of seven sen¬ iors but their efforts were often re - warded with smiles and " You look nice Today. " In many cases their experi¬ ences served as a basic for career choices. Ag Boys learned new and better tech¬ niques in the field of farming. Films judging teams, and field trips added a variety of ways to help the boys under¬ stand agriculture. In their studies they worked on farm management, keeping accurate records, and studying parlia¬ mentary procedure. Connie High helps one of her students in learning how to pronounce a word. Seniors fill out applications for State Farm Award. Mr. Gerig prepares Debra Miller for the musical world. Musical and Artistic Abilities Are Encouraged This year Miss Mazelin joined A.C. as the elementary art teacher. With her help, the children in grades 1 -6 made puppets, snowmen mobiles, moccasins, rocking chair people, and sno w scenes. In high school, Mr. Kirchhofer helped his art students with their still life drawings, and their crafts. Some of their accomplishments included sculp¬ tures, paintings, drawing in perspec¬ tive and lettering. The music depart¬ ment was headed by Mr. Henkel and Mr. Gerig. At the first meeting it was decided to have a girls glee club and a choir. The glee club presented a variety of musical selections at the annual Win¬ ter Concert. Mr. Gerig prepared the choir for the Pops Concert with popular songs. Mr. Kirchhofer helps Lynnette Wilder develop her artistic abilities. 23 Home Economics Prepares Future Homemakers Do your souffles fall? Your upside down cakes turn right side up? Why don ' t you join A.C. ' s home Economic class? All the classes spent the first semester studying the hows and why ' s of home- making. The last semester was spent applying knowledge learned during the first semester. Freshman students studied foods and proper nutrition, while sophomores learned about the care and feeding of babies. Juniors tried to balance budgets, and manage a home. Seniors studied marriage and covered topics from dating to divorce. Students were allowed to choose the garment they wished to sew. The smell of cookies, fancy cakes, yeast and din¬ ner rolls, and complete dinners, floated through the halls of Central. Freshmen students rise and shine in the morning, after eating the breakfast which they prepared themselves. Sandy Oliver points out the basic points for keeping a clear complexion to Donna Heyerly and Paula Zimmer¬ man. 24 and the World of Business There are many courses offered to the students in preparing for the business world. Mrs. Dillion helps prepare the A.C. girls to become better secretaries by teaching Secretarial Training. They are taught how to dress, how to conduct themselves in an office, how to help their boss, and how to operate many of the machines found in an office. She, along with Mr. Bryan, also teaches typ¬ ing to the young business men and women of tomorrow. Almost everyone will have to take care of books some time in life and Mr. Bryan helps to make this task easier. In Bookkeeping you are taught about the journals, different ledgers, balance sheets, etc. Mr. Habegger and Mr. Bryan teach a semester of Business Sales. You are taught the primary sell¬ ing techniques and what makes a business a success. A.C. ' s girls prepare for the business world. 25 Denny Striker and Larry Ellenberger practice using their selling techniques. Industrial Arts Teaches Mechanical Skills ■ m % v iU; » t if .till!1 ■ ».;d. ! 1N vvv 1 m H EH Wm K Mgffl ■ Mr. Hakes shows Paul Shoaf and Virgil Bowers how to design the plans for a home of the future. Industrial arts prepares our architec¬ tural designers, engineers, draftsmen, and handy men of the future. In ’’shop " the boys are taught the proper way to use hand and power tools, safely. These tools include the three basic power saws, the joiner, the circular, and the band saws. They also learn to use wood and metal lathes and various types of welding equipment. 26 The boys prepare themselves in learning how to handle the different types of saws. Physical Education Driver’s Training Mr. Habegger shows his students in drivers training class the best way to plan a trip and to get the best gasoline mileage._ _ Freshman and sophomore girls kept in good physical condition this year by participating in P.E. classes. Girls first warmed up doing calisthenics with the famous " Chicken Fat " record. After warming up they were eager to display their talents in basketball, volleyball, softball, and tumbling. Freshman and sophomore boys weren ' t left out. They keep their muscles swelling by parti¬ cipating in a variety of sports also. Drivers training was a course offered during the summer at Adams Central. An increase in enrollment caused the addition of one more driver education car and teacher. Would you know what to do if a tire suddenly blew out? This and other problems were presented to drivers training students for their in¬ spection and solution. Practical ap¬ plication of ideas was received as stu¬ dents accumulated their driving hours. Mrs. Stine teaches her P.E. classes the arts of acro¬ bats. THE ORGANIZATIONS TRAIL Participating in clubs and organi - zations kept after school hours occupied for many Centralites Basketball games, the Sunshine Banquet, marching in parades, singing at concerts, and sponsor¬ ing soc hops added spice to the daily routine. Working together on committees, shouldering re¬ sponsibilities, and completing plans helped students mature as the school year progressed. 28 SSS Spreads Sunshine Through the Community ROW ONE: Mrs. Glen Stucky, G. Ripple, C. Cook, I. Hindenlang, V. Burkhead, N. Edgell, P. Isch, S. Geimer, L. Beavers, B. Kipher, C. Borne, D. Rich, D. Geyer, K. Myers, A. Teeple, C. Watkins, A. Girod, S. Buettner, L. Nussbaum, Mrs. Marvin Neilson. ROW TWO: S. Raudenbush, J. Christmas, D. Dennison, L. Henschen, V. Braun, J. Beer, J. Wulliman, G. Hart, M. Stucky, L. Soldner, R. Stavenick, J. Stucky, V. Suman, M. Groves, J. Lenger- ich, R. Miller, P. Fiechter, J. Dague, C. Elam, A. Haugk. ROW THREE: P. Nussbaum, B. Mann, J. Hammond, J. Riff, R. Tonner, C. Kirkpatrick, D. Roudebush, S. Hitchcock, J. Eckhart, G. Ruble, L. Longsworth, S. Kirchner, I. Cauble, J. Funk, E. Miller, S. Miller, D. Aschliman, L. Kipher. ROW FOUR: C. High, M. Kaehr, B. Tonner, C. Cook, C. Hamrick, C. Harvey, M. Schwartz, J. Connley, D. Shoaf, K. Klopfleisch, S. Shaffer, D. Ray, B. Zim¬ merman, B. Bowers, S. Schwartz, B. Harmon, L. Nussbaum, C. Brodbeck, E. Loshe, C. Fairchild, R. Braun, D. Hack, S. Stucky, J. Redding, K. Webb, D. Gaunt, L. Balsinger, K. Gerber, C. Ringger, J. Mankey, G. Leyse, S. Leyse, J. Nussbaum, J. Raudenbush, B. Brunner, K. Hakes, R. Bailey. ROW SIX: R. Longsworth, C. Williamson, L. Mattax, D. Hoffman, S. Oliver, U. Mitch, D. Hyerly, L. Fairchild, B. Bryan, L. Heiman, C. Moser, B. Birch, J. Kaehr, M. Lantz, R. Kaehr. ROW SEVEN: C. Lawson, C. Reinhart, C. Martin, D. Eyanson, S. Smith, K. Nussbaum, C. Mutchler, P. Mailer, K. Shaffer, J. Riley, J. Suman, E. Miller, P. Zimmerman, L. Teeple, A. Shifferly. ROW EIGHT: P. Hill, S. Roop, M. Gerber, R. Stucky, K. Fruchte, J. Becher, E. Baker, A. Reiff, R. Garwood, S. Baum¬ gartner, L. Stetler, S. Roe, K. Riff. Officers: Bev Kipher; Secretary, Carol Borne; Treasurer, Sarah Geimer; Corresponding Secretary, Lois Beavers; Vice-President, Diane Rich; President. After the initiation of the new SSS girls, the ceremony is ended in a circle of candle¬ light. Charlotte Elam and Carol Bornel prepare for the hun¬ gry football fans. Linda Henschen stops to rest as she and Diane Rich complete Banquet preparations. In following their motto of ’OTHERS’, the Sunshine Society spread sunshine and good will at home and across the sea. The organization kept busy by sponsoring two orphans, one Japanese and one In¬ dian. " Rendezvous in Holland " was the theme of the Banquet. As an added event, the girls honored Mrs. Nielson with a baby shower. auijMim ■ Buii’ National Honor Society Promotes High Ideals OFFICERS: Pres.--Tim Schmitt Vice. Pres.--Brian Zurch Sec. -Treas. - -Diane Rich Sponsor--Miss Beavers CITIZENSHIP SCHOLARSHIP LEADERSHIP SERVICE Scholarship, citizenship, service, and leadership are the ideals that Adams Centrals National Honor Society pro¬ motes throughout the school. It brings new ideas into the organization the officers, along with sponsor, Miss Beavers, attended a day long workshop in Marion. The society celebrated the yuletide season by holding their Christmas party at the home of Charlotte Elam. With the array of food served, the members filled themselves and then attended the play " Here ' s Love. " In honor of all stu¬ dents, who made the honor roll four out of five times, the society hosted a spring- party . B. L zScher Fr e - R ° Student Council Voices Student Body Opinion AC ' s Student Council ' s main function was to act as a buffer between the adminis¬ tration and the student body. Each activity period of the high school was represented by one student and the seventh and eighth grades each had one representative. " Do you have any complaints? " It seemed as there were always many answers to this question. The Council often discussed several alternatives and suggested a solution to the administration. Surprise locker inspections, and a dance enabled the Council to undertake a special project. OFFICERS: Barb Birch, Sec-Treas.; Connie High, Pres.; D. Bieberich, Vice-Pres.; Mr. Sprunger, Sponsor. Student Council members D. Moeschberger and S. Martin decide that locker 112 is clean enough. FRONT ROW: Mr. Engle, C. High, J. Raudenbush, B. Birch, Mr. Sprunger. ROW TWO: R. Stavenick, B. Yost, S. Kaehr, S. Geimer, S. Martin, G. Childs. ROW THREE: D. Bieberick, B. Vought, D. Moeschberger, D. Leyse, R. Geyer. 33 Annual Presents Unique Story of This Year OFFICERS: Phil Arnold, Ass ' t. Editor; Connie High, Editor; Dave Carver, Photographer; Ed Garwood, Business Manager; Mr. Shoup, Advisor. " We ' re going to meet our deadline! " Phrases heard more often were, " that copy written yet? " and " I hope those pictures come today! " With one more deadline met there was little time left be¬ fore the next one loomed ahead. Drawing layouts, typing, planning pictures and scheduling work sessions kept dedicated staff members busy. Recording changes in our school and special events that took place is just part of CEN-TRAILS job. Will you remember what English- Lit. was like and who your classmates were? This, then, is what the CEN- TRAILS staff has struggled for--to give you a memory book to be proud of. Pam Nussbaum, Jane Hammond, and Pat Isch write copy and count headlines among typewriters and cries of " Isn ' t this enough copy yet? " FRONT ROW: C. High, J. Riff, L. Henschen, J. Christman, D. Dennison, J. Beer, V. Burkhead, N. Edgell, I. Hind- enlang, C. Cook, L. Longsworth, S. Buettner, Mr. Shoup. ROW TWO: V. Braun, P. Nussbaum, B. Mann, D. Roude- bush, P. Isch, M. Kaehr, D. Geyer, G. Hart, M. Stucky, J. Stucky, K. Meyers, L. Nussbaum. ROW THREE: C. Watkins, A. Girod, R. Hi 11, D. Sanders, D. Hirschy, M. Anderson, R. Oliver, D. Striker, L. Ellenberger, T. Pat¬ rick, J. Nussbaum, L. Mitchel. ROW FOUR: A. Teeple, V. Suman, J. Wulliman, L. Soldner, R. Stavenick, S. Raudenbush, J. Hammond, D. Carver, D. Bieberich, T. Schmitt, B. Zurcher, P. Arnold. 34 Jet Journal Informs Public of School Events Sports scores, news of the building pro¬ gram, club news, and editorials were just a part of the contents of Adams Central ' s bi-weekly publication, the Jet Journal. Nineteen staff members and Sponsor Mrs. Dillon kept the school and community informed of the current happenings of the school. Sponsoring the coat check at home ball games provided the funds for a spring banquet at the Dutch Mill. iBfiLt J -• War ' ' n |ju BF. OFFICERS: Mrs. Dillon, Sponsor; Jane Hammond, Ed¬ itor; Joe Burkhead, Ass ' t. Editor. Staff members return patrons coats following a ball- game. FRONT ROW: J. Burkhead, J. Hammond, Mrs. Dillon. ROW TWO: M. Kaehr, J. Riff, P. Isch, L. Soldner, S. Raud- enbush, P. Nussbaum. ROW THREE: C. High, R. Kaehr, C. Moser, J. Funk, B. Kipfer, G. Hart. ROW FOUR: K. Steiner, W. Ross, D. Carver, M. Anderson, B. Miller. 35 Future Farmers Sponsor Community Projects Tom Patrick and Jan Nussbaum load a teepee of goodies for a needy family. FFA OFFICERS: R. Fenning--Treasurer, J. Sipe-- Sentinel, N. Brown--V. Pres., L. Mitchel--Pres., S. Steury--Reporter. Absent: J. Garwood--Sec. The Adams Central F.F.A. had a very active year. The chapter had such judging teams as soil, dairy, livestock, crop, poultry, and parliamentary. June Raudenbush was chosen the F.F.A. Sweetheart and won second in the District Contest. For the first time some members of the chapter motored to Kansas City to attend the National F.F A. Convention. At this Convention Ron Habeggar received an American Farmer Degree. Other activities sponsored by the Future Farmers included the sale of ve¬ hicle safety emblems, supporting the WOWO Penny Pitch, and teaming with the P.T. A. in its Annual Slave Auction. This year the chapter also competed with other local chapters in basketball. FFA: Stan Steury, John Sipe, Neil Brown, Randy Fennig, Leon Mitchel, Jim Lantz, D. Harmon, J. Nussbaum, T. Patrick, R. Oliver, G. Wable, D. Striker, M. Royer, N. Gerber, M. Sommer, L. Harvey, M. Isch, B. Striker, B. Vaught, T. Stevens, A. Hirschy, A. Nussbaum. 3rd ROW: P. Miller, M. Edgell, J. Johnson, W. Jackson, S. Nei- ford, D. Reinhart, D. Fairchild, D. Tinkham, M. Hoffman, R. Aschliman, D. Adler, D. Roe, R. Bollenbacher, H. McDermitt, M. Riley, J. Nussbaum, J. Connelley, D. Wilder, D. Thomas, R. Moser, K. Kauffman, K. Summer- sett, M. Mihm, R. Reinhart, A. Schugg, R. Rehm, A. Riley, A. Hamilton, V. Bowers, P. Miller. Rifle Club Shoots for Safety and Accuracy RIFLE CLUB, FRONT ROW: J. Berry, K. Barger, L. Barger, S. Everett, J. Workinger, D. Roudebush, V. Braun, C. Bebout, R. Filheim, M. Riley, Mr. Hindenlang. ROW TWO: M. Helsel, T. Braun, R. Fenning, M. Royer, D. Moeschberger, N. Gerber, D. Welch, J. Haggerd, D. McCullough. ROW THREE: K. Steffen, C. Hodle, R. Smith, J. Myers, D. Andrews, R. Andrews, M. Klinger, R. Felheim, D. Harvey. ROW FOUR: V. Reinhard, R. Cook, D. Daily, T. Jackson, J. Foreman, M. Raudenbush, J. Bergman, D. Girod, S. Bassett, J. Chapman, J. Sipe. Rifle Club is an organization made to develop its members ' skills in handling and caring of guns. Be¬ ginning members are taught the basic principles in using guns. Before a beginner may even start the actual practice with a gun, he must go through a series of training sessions. The advanced members take part in matches with other schools. Matches are scored on the basis of scoring on ten different targets. A bullseye counts as ten points. The prone sitting positions are scored separately. John Sipe, Max Royer, and Steve Smith prepare for up-coming matches. M. Helsel, Treas.; D. Moeschberger, Pres.; D. Andrews, V. Pres.; D. Roudebush, Sec.; V. Braun, Rep.; Mr. Hindenlang, Sponsor. 37 ROW 1: R. Stucky, G. Hart, L. Soldner, J. Wulliman, P. Isch, M. Stucky, B. Nussbaum, P. Isch, S. Mankey, L. Wulliman, C. Steiner. ROW 2: D. Steury, K. Fruchte, C. Elam, C. Borne, L. Henschen, K. Meyers, J. Mankey, L. Nussbaum, M. Gilbert, J. Nussbaum. ROW 3: T. Stevens, R. Reynolds, R. Borne, S. Rich, M. Steury, M. Helsel, R. Reynolds, C. Hambrick, B. Zimmerman, J. Riley, K. Schaffer, S. Roop, D. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Sprunger. YFC Joins Spiritual and Social Lives YFC officers; RoyaAnn Stucky, Ass ' t Sec.-Treas; Gladys Hart, Song Leader; Linda Soldner, Pres.; Jo Wulliman, Sec.-Treas.; Charlotte Elam, Pianist; Linda Nussbaum, V-Pres.; Mr. Sprunger, Mrs. Sprun¬ ger, Ron Reynolds, Rec¬ reation Leader; Marvin Helsel, Publicity Chairman. Mr. Habegger tries his hand at housework at the YFC party. The Y.F.C. is an organization whose members are easily recognized by their actions and attitudes to others in their everyday school life. A variety of speak¬ ers, unusual skits, plus many films the average teenager could apply to his life, made Y.F.C. meetings a joy to attend. 39 Foreign Language Clubs Present Opportunities Spanish Club members prepare Spanish tacos for the Christmas fiesta. This year as Spanish Club members walked the halls, they greeted each other with " Buenos Dias” or another Spanish greet¬ ing. The idea of speaking Spanish in the halls turned into a contest to find the best conversationalist. To boost the Club treasury, the Club sold Hurricane lamps and sponsored a bake sale . Break¬ ing pinatas and tasting Spanish tacos created a Spanish atmosphere at the Christmas Party. To add a finishing touch, the Club honored their senior members at the Spring party. OFFICERS: Ruth Miller, Reporter; Claudia Ringger, Sec.; Dave Carver, President; Tom Heiman, Treas.; Jim Haugk, Vice-Pres. Miss Williamson, Sponsor. FRONT ROW: G. Hart, T. Heiman, J. Haugk, R. Miller, C. Ringger, J. Krugh, B. Mann, D. Roudebush, P. Isch, P. Bentz, D. Striker, J. Wagley, D. Carver. ROW TWO: J. Wulliman, L. Soldner, R. Stavenick, J. Sommers, J. Stucky, A. Martin, D. Eyanson, S. Smith, A. Haugk, C. High, P. Arnold, Miss Williamson. ROW THREE: B. Bryan, K. Webb, M. Nussbaum, S. Stucky, C. Balsinger, C. Gerber, D. Gaunt, J. Becker, M. Gerber, K. Fruchte, C. Borne, J. Dague, I. Cauble. ROW FOUR: L. Fairchild, M. Heare, D. Allen, J. Burkhead, J. Frantz, J. Nussbaum, L. Nussbaum, L. Beavers, L. Kipfer, J. Funk. ROW FIVE: K. Rich, L. Zurcher, S. Zurcher, B. Kolter, R. Minnich, P. Elam. 40 French Club OFFICERS: Allen Stoller, Pres.; Dennis Bailey, Vice. Pres.; Dave Fisher, Treas; Ann Haugk, Sec. (absent); and Mrs. Kellogg, Sponsor. Many A.C. students became new French Club members this year. At the first meeting a copy of the Club Constitution was given to each member and the 1967- 68 officers were elected. Monthly meet¬ ings were held in the cafeteria, films shown, and refreshments were served. Students who had previously visited France gave talks, showed slides, and displayed French money and newspapers . To earn money for the French Club party the Club sponsored a dance featuring a school band. At the December meeting, Christmas songs were sung in French and new French songs were learned. French students practiced their conversational French while coming to and going from the Club meetings, the students assembled in the gym for games. Len Heiman waves a French flag as Diane Rich dis¬ plays the latest French newspaper. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Kellogg, G. Leyse, J. Raudenbush, M. Grove, A. Teeple, J. Hammond, S. Raudenbush, R. Stavenick, J. Zurcher, C. Pierce, M. Cauble, K. Kraft. ROW TWO: D. Aschliman, M. Schwartz, B. Birch, B. Brunner, J. Kaehr, J. Hammond, S. Kaehr, C. Goldner, B. Sheets, K. Moeschberger, ROW THREE: B. Liechty, S. Workinger, J. Funk, E. Baker, R. Longsworth, J. Mankey, L. Mattax, S. Geimer, K. Mutschler, K. Nussbaum, S. Martin, P. Mauller, J. Jones. ROW FOUR: D. Zurcher, M. M. Nussbaum, D. Nussbaum, S. Tullis, T. Stevens, D. Fisher, A. Hamilton, D. Reinhart, M. Liechty, A. Stoller, M. Childs, D. Bailey, T. Soldner, T. Longenberger. ROW FIVE: S. Webb, L. Schwartz, K. Steury, K. Cook, L. Aschliman, V. Schrock, B. Morrison, G. Striker, S. Mailer, P. Jesinowski, G. Tullis, B. Striker, L. Heiman. 41 Pep Club Inspires Schools Enthusiasm ADAMS CENTRAL PEP CLUB B. Zimmerman quietly reflects on the scores other pep club members voice their enthusiasm for the game. The A.C . Pep Club took on a different appearance this year with red vests and white blouses. A new constitution was written and row captains were busy see¬ ing that it was enforced. Visiting schools were welcomed by the pep club ' s famous banner saying, " JETS SAY HI TO ALL " . No matter how far away the game was members followed the team faithfully. Cheerleaders kept up school spirit by decorating the halls with clever signs and posters. Skits put on by students boosted spirits before games. One thing not to be quickly forgotten was sitting in the cold and sometimes even rain to back the football team. We are sure this added greatly to the over all spirit of the team. 42 G.A.A. was a favorite activity among the sports minded females of A.C. Under the direction of Mrs. Steine the girls participated in many activities such as basketball, softball, track, and bowling. Every other week the girls would gather in the gym and learn new skills and techniques in accordance to the sport in which they were then participating. On the weeks when balls weren ' t flying or legs aching from jumping hurdles, the G.A.A. bowling team assembled at Villa Lanes to try to bowl that perfect game of " 300 . " Although no one achieved this task, many fun-filled hours were spent trying to raise averages and be¬ come the top team in the league. Awards were presented at the end of the year to deserving girls who had faithfully and actively participated in the sports offered by G.A.A. G.A.A. OFFICERS: Sally Leyse, Vice-President; Pat Isch, President; Mrs. Stine, sponsor; Jane Hammond, Secretary-Treasurer. GAA Provides Girls with Energy Outlet FRONT ROW: M. Schwartz, J. Connelley, B. Bryan, Mrs. Stein, P. Isch, J. Hammond, L. Fairchild, M. Swoveland, S. Fiechter, P. Zimmerman. ROW TWO: J. Dague, P. Fiechter, P. Nussbaum, M. Kaehr, S. Raudenbush , A. Girod, L. Henschen, B. Tonner, R. Tonner, D. Roudebush. ROW THREE: R. Kaehr, C. Moser, M. Lantz, S. Leyse, J. Raudenbush, K. Brodbeck, B. Harmon, S. Schwartz, V. Zurcher, L. Teeple. ROW FOUR: R. Arnold, D. Barger, M. Jackson, D. Nussbaum, V. Schrock, S. Smith, C. Ringger, K. Gerber, K. Fruchte. ROW FIVE: K. Steury, S. Webb, S. Kaehr, S. Geimer, S. Martin, C. Steiner, F. Shoaf, L. Wulliman, L. Nussbaum. ROW SIX: B. Nussbaum, J. Hammond, D. Everett, J. Brunner, M. Cauble, L. Schwartz, D. Borne, P. Tonniler, R. Stucky. 43 Art Club Promotes Creative Ability OFFICERS: Pres. Sheila Buettner, Sec. Karen Myers, Vice. Pres. Dave Carver, Treas. Neil Gerber. Sponsor, Mr. Kirchhofer. ROW 1: J. Riff, D. Geyer, J. Raudenbush, C. Kirkpatrick, K. Myers, S. Buettner, M. Isch, Mr. Kirchofer. ROW 2: D. Carver, V. Schrock, K. Moeschberger, A. Wilder, J. Wilier, B. Zimmerman, N. Gerber. During the Easter vacation, the Art Club traveled to Chicago, toured the art museum and Marshal Fields. They also visited the Fort Wayne Art Museum dur¬ ing the Christmas holiday. Among the Art Club ' s many duties are decorating for the Christmas program and the Easter sunrise service. Mr. Kirchhofer, the capable mentor, guided the Art Club members as they met Monday nights after school. The activities of the members range from crayon sculpture to drawing still lifes. Art Club members Shiela Buettner and Barb Zimmer¬ man add the finishing to the garden wall for the Sunshine Banquet. 44 FRONT ROW: Mr. Gerig, G. Tullis, N. Adler, D. Allen, B. Morrison, L. Zurcher, P. Isch, S. Leyse. SECOND ROW: J. Merriman, B. Mann, L. Mattox, M. Schwartz, D. Barger, L. Nussbaum, K. Moesberger. THIRD ROW: L. Gerber, V. Schrock, L. Zurcher, D. Ray, C. Moser, R. Kaehr, B. Kipfer. FOURTH ROW: W. Johnson, J. Wulliman, L. Beavers, K. Webb, D. Heyerly, B. Harmon, B. Bowers, C. Cook. FIFTH ROW: M. Liechty, J. Rich, R. Miller, D. Gerig, J. Johnson, D. Everett, D. Moesberger. Bands Gain Experience, Provide Entertainment Twirlers: S. Neadstime, C. Bebout, J. Workinger, S. Schrock, K. Arnold, S. Mankey, J. Gilbert. ROW ONE: Kaehr, V. Kolter, C. Fruchte, G. Everett, S. Mattax, S. Kaehr, J. Harvey, M. Gilbert, C. Johnson, P. Sauers. ROW TWO: R. Sprunger, L. Barger, J. Pratt, M. Mankey, T. Morningstar, C. Slusher, L. Heyerly, J. Slusher, K. Zimmer¬ man, J. Houk, K. Steffen, J. Wittwer, J. Bluhm, S. Bieberich, K. Fruchte. ROW THREE: A. Mitchel, E. Watkins, S. Burkhart, K. King, D. Eckote, C. Stoller, J. Funk, R. Gerber, K. Steiner, G. Gerber, M. Clinger, R. Landis, K. Barger, D. Eyanson, M. Zurcher, M. Zurcher, S. Bassett, J. Rich, R. Rich. ROW FOUR: L. Adler, K. Hirschey, B. Mailer, C. Beyerly, P. Isch, S. Nussbaum, J. Giesel, R. Tullis, D. Leyse, A. Heyerly, R. Reynolds, B. Summer, R. Miller, R. Borne, G. Childs, B. Miller, J. Soldner, G. Hack, V. Steiner, A. Mitchel. ROW FIVE: Mr. Henkel, S. Fawbush, B. Arnold, S. Bertsch, R. Bryqn, M. Morrison, M. Steury. Choirs Present Spring, Winter Concerts HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR: ROW 1: B. Kipfer, K. Klopfleisch, B. Bowers, S. Shaffer, B. Stoller, D. Allen, R. Clark, P. Kerschner, S. Mailer, B. Slusher, J. Hammond, J. Raudenbush, C. Cook, Mr. Gerig. ROW 2: P. Nussbaum, S. Raudenbush, K. Myers, V. Burkhead, M. Childs, L. Zurcher, D. Smith, P. Arnold, P. Shaof, D. Gerig, C. Moser, B.Simmerman, L. Beavers. ROW 3: R. Kaehr, J. Christman, L. Henschen, J. Beer, J. Riff, B. Tonnelirr, N. Gerber, M. Helsel, D. Moeschberger, J. Burkhead, B. Morrison, L. Soldner, j. Wulliman, R. Stavenik. ROW 4: D. Geyer, D. Ray, M. Schwartz, M. Kaehr, B. Mann, A. Stoller, S. Steury, T. Soldner, B. Borne, M. Leichty, M. Lsch, C. High, L. Nussbaum, V. Braun. GIRLS GLEE CLUB: ROW 1: N. Beer, S. Karhr, K. Riff, R. Stucky, S. Stucky, M. Gerber, E. Kipfer, D. Hack, C. Martin, M. Gilbert, L. Mattax. ROW 2: J. Hammond, J. Brunner, S. Workinger, Workinger, D. Gaunt, L. Balsiger, K. Webb, J. Redding, J. Shoaf, D. Hoffman, A. Engle, C. Steiner, K. Mutschler, S. Geimer, P. Mauller. ROW 3: L. Wullimaan, K. Gerber, C. Ringger, J. Becker, B. Sheets, L. Gerber, }. Merriman, K. Moeschberger, L. Schwartz, D. Heyerly, P. Hirschy, C. German, V. Shoaf, J. Patrick, D. Borne, K. Bieberich, K. Nussbaum. ROW 4: A. Mitch, M. Cauble, D. Everrett, S. Oliver, V. Schrock, J. Riley, K. Schaffer, A. Shifferly, J. Brewster, J. Miller, R. Arnold, D. Barger, D. Nussbaum, K. Friekte, M. Nussbaum, D. Zurcher, B. Yost, S. Webb, K. Steury, B. Nussbaum. 46 Drum Major, Majorette Set the Pace This year our majorette was Donna Roudebush and our drum major was Mel Liechty. With their help, along with Mr . Gerig ' s, A.C. ' s band marched to victory several times during the year. They added that special " spice " that helped A .C. bring home our many first place ratings. Drum Major: Mel Leichty Majorette: Donna Roudebush PJ (5 a TWIRLERS: J. Brunner, B. Tonner, R. Tonner, D. Eyanson, S. Smith. High School Band Receives Recognition A.C. Band members check rank and file as they prepare to perform. ADAMS CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND 48 INTERMEDIATE BAND: ROW 1: E. Smith, J. Gilbert, C. Manley, S. Schlickman, K. Nussbaum, S. Poorman. ROW 2: S. Kaehr, B. Bergman, N. Bassett, K. Wulliman, S. Gerber, C. Nussbaum, S. Fuelling, C. Mitchel, N. Engle, S. Arnold, A. Nussbaum, J. Haugk. ROW 3: D. Miller, R. Landis, D. Fiechter, M. Nussbaum, J. Stucky, J. Dennison, R. Nussbaum, M. Weisman, N. Sprunger, G. Gilgen, M. Gilbert, K. Gerber, G. Gerber, D. Lehman, M. Sauers. ROW 4: D. Mankey, D. Christman, J. Kaehr, D. Moser, M. Gerig. Intermediate Bands Stage Concert BEGINNERS BAND: ROW 1: T. Nussbaum, D. Rumple, C. Zurcher, J. Gerber, S. Weaver, D. Habeggar, J. Rich. ROW 2: J. Beery, D. Gerber, J. Kauffman, M. Double, E. Steffen, D. Gilgen, D. Klinger, C. Hirschy, T. Liechty, R. Gledhill, M. Nussbaum, S. Borne. ROW 3: H. Ringger, T. Adler, B. Gerber, J. Beyerly, D. Ross, D. Weisman, K. Steffen, L. Stoller, Mr. Henkle. ROW 4: T. Schrock, L. Stucky, J. Lehman, M. Webb, K. Nussbaum, N. Arnold, R. Fiechter, J. Soldner, R. Johnson, E. Dick, D. Leyse, F. Coppess, D. Gerig, D. Geber. THE SPORTS TRAIL • M Shivering at track meets, breath¬ lessly watching the basketball roll around the hoop, or surging onto the football field following a last-second touchdown boosted the spirits of loyal Jet fans . Sports provide an energy outlet for many Centralites. Countless after school practices prepared the Jets to execute successful plays and display skills . Teamwork, Balance, Hustle, Pride, Sports¬ manship, and Scholarship were some of the ideals that Central athletes strived toward. The Pep Club members voices were hoarse and their spirits high following exciting games. Cheerleaders Boost School Spirit and Morale Varsity Cheerleaders: Barb Brunner, Jackie Nussbaum, Joy Kaehr, Gretchen Leyse. Reserve Team Cheerleaders: Karleen Nussbaum, Debbie Eyanson, and Kris Mutschler. Jackie Nussbaum Barb Brunner Jackie Nussbaum, Grethen Leyse, Kris Mutschler, Debbie Eyanson, Karleen Nussbaum, Barb Brunner, Joy Kaehr. Gretchen Leyse Joy Kaehr FRONT ROW: Wayne Ross, Manager, Mr. Zurcher, Coach, Steve Zurcher, Leon Mitchell, Stan Steury, Barry Kol- ter, Jim Franz, Manager, Kerry Steiner, Manager. SECOND ROW: Dan Saunders, Kip Summersett, Bob Miller, Denny Bieberich, Rick Minnich, John Sipe. Even though many fans felt this would be A.C. ' s rebuilding year, the young inex¬ perienced Jets proved them wrong. With desire, teamwork, and hustle making up for the lack of size and experience, the Jets racke d up a string of 5 consecutive victories before losing to Wes-Del. The remainder of the season found the Jets in a scoring slump, but they came through in fine style for the sectional. The Jets aim their sights on another basket. ‘Hoosier Hysteria’ Develops School Spirit Kip Summersett jumps to pull down one more rebound for the Jets. The expression on Bob Miller ' s face says that in his heart he knows he is right because he is rebounding for the Jets. . FRONT ROW: Mr. Bryan, C. Campbell, S. Tullis, G. Grove, B. Slusher, M. Childs, B. Tonnelier. ROW TWO: G. Archer, J. Haugh, T. Soldner, D. Reinhart, A. Stoller, S. Lyons, D. Fisher. Reserve, Frosh Follow Varsity Footsteps Freshman Basketball. Cheerleaders: P. Yost, D. Zurcher. FRONT ROW: M. McKean, A. Riley, E. Giro, B. Stoller, D. Wilder, D. Smith, R. Geyer, Mr. Habbeggar. ROW 2: G. Tullis, A. Arnold, G. Jesionowski, R. Moser, B. Schug, D. Gerig. 56 8th Grade: ROW 1: Carol Hakes, D. Sprunger, R. Engle, R. Rich, K. Fischer, R. Borne, D. Johnson, S. Byerly. ROW 2: D. McCullough, R. Miller, V. Peterson, J. Soldner, J. Gilbert, R. Tharp, Mr. Fallis, G. Hack. ROW 3: R. Osterman, J. Haggard, S. Rich, M. Lyons, D. Leyse,L. Clark. 7th, 8th Grade Teams Prepare for Future From November to late March the supreme sport at A.C. and all other high schools in Indiana is basketball. The re¬ serve, Jr. High, and Frosh teams showed the fans their desire for victory through their hustle and teamwork and sportsman¬ ship. The teams, though young and inex¬ perienced, finished the season well. Steve Lyons and Jug Fisher wait impatiently for the ball to come down. 57 Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it ' s an A.C. flying JET! Rick uses his JET POWER to out rebound two Norwell Knights. Steve Zurcher uses ballet to help the JETS capture another victory. Sock it to ' em Mitch. Sports Dominate Extracurricular Activities " X " marks the spot. " Kick " off. Wable takes over as his teammates lay down on the job. Jets meet their opponents head on in an attempt to gain yardage. Enthusiastic Fans Follow the Football Trend VARSITY FOOTBALL ROW ONE: M. Helsel, E. Geyer, K. Steiner, C. Campbell, A. Hirschey, K. Rich, D. Light, P. Jesionoski, A. Hamilton, L. Heinman, B. Genth, D. Allen, B. Striker, A. Stoller, R. Reynolds. ROW TWO: Mr. Hilbert, D. Scheiderer, D. Harmon, D. Carver, D. Striker, J. Burkhead, S. Stump, D. Moeschberger, S. Hurst, L. Foreman, B. Slusher, M. Childs, S. Lyons, M. Campbell, B. Kolter, J. Franz, Mr. Fallis. ROW THREE: M. Anderson, J. Sipe, G. Wable, C. Bowers, S. Smith, B. Borne, M. Isch, B. Miller, L. Harvey, J. Haugk, R. Minnich, K. Sommersett, M. Royer, S. Zurcher, Mr. Green. RESERVE FOOTBALL. ROW ONE: P. Kershner, C. Hamilton, R. Rehm, D. Bollenbacher, L. Heiman, D. Allen, V. Jordan. ROW TWO: M. Childs, C. Campbell, M. Campell, D. Smith, R. Smith, A. Hamilton, S. Foreman, A. Hirschy, M. Shaffer. ROW THREE: K. Rich, B. Slusher, M. Royer, S. Smith, G. Striker, G. Jesinowski, A. Arnold, P. Jesinowski, D. Thomas, F. Hammond, B. Genth, E. Geyer. jj» j ' 1 1 r 1 wiJw ‘ !■ .. • .—.—a j mJ W ' -i Jr Hi Players Begin Gridiron Careers JR. HIGH FOOTBALL. ROW ONE: R. Hurst, J. Slusher, S. Bassett, J. Wittwer, D. Steury, G. Hodle, G. Roe, J. Weisman, M. Zurcher, T. Sprunger, R. Miller. ROW TWO: M. Steury, R. Owens, J. Houk, M. Kaehr, J. Bluhm, C. Foor, B. Mutschler, R. Young, K. Fisher, S. Rich. ROW THREE: D. Leyse, Mr. Clark, J. Soldner, R. Tharp, D. Welch, C. Girod, R. Garwood, R. Reynolds, S. Kiser, M. Lyons, R. Landis, R. Rich, D. Kershner, K. Fruechte, A. Mitchel, Mr. Glass, S. Bieberich. A.C. ' s defense in action. We began each game with a C-H-AR-G-E. TOP SEVEN CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS FRONT ROW: Mr. Habegger, B. Tonnelier, S. Tullis, S. Steury, Mr. Bryan. ROW TWO: V. Reinhart, G. Archer, L. Mitchel, D. Sanders, G. Tullis. Cross Country Track Develop Stamina TRACK: Mr. Habegger, M. Isch, D. Striker, G. Wable, G. Acher, S. Steury, Mr. Zurcher. ROW TWO: W. Ross, E. Girod, D. Sanders, R. Minnich, S. Lyons, T. Soldner, J. Sipe, S. Tullis, L. Mitchel. ROW THREE: S. Zurcher, J. Haugk, D. Bieberich, B. Miller, B. Striker, V. Reinhart. ROW FOUR: B. Morrison, G. Striker, D. Martin, R. Felhiem, G. Tullis, D. Smith, V. Jordan. ROW FIVE: K. Steiner, D. Bollenbacher, J. Franz, B. Tullis. 62 Jets Sports Scoreboard VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY FOOTBALL AC AC 60 Leo 50 19 Hamilton 12 64 Southern Wells 41 53 Hoagland 51 8 Parkway 14 64 Dunkirk 62 58 Wes -Del 71 39 Yorktown 33 60 Norwell 50 50 Woodlan 57 26 Leo 18 46 South Adams 67 51 Huntertown 54 6 South Adams 26 45 Churbusco 36 58 Bellmont 65 6 Payne 8 53 Portland 80 69 Norwell 54 32 Churbusco 19 66 Areola 57 49 Woodlan 67 27 Bluffton 6 52 Monroeville 69 80 Montpelier 89 14 Norwell 0 49 Bryant 70 48 Bluffton 69 70 Areola 68 45 Bishop Dwenger 48 ACAC CROSS COUNTRY AC 70 South Adams 45 Bellmont 19 45 Bellmont 18 69 Huntertown 21 RESERVE BASKETBALL Churbusco 50 AC 47 Areola 66 29 Leo 39 Woodlan 20 26 Southern Wells 20 73 Norwell 27 27 Hoagland 44 Hoagland 35 25 Dunkirk 26 62 Southern Wells 29 20 Wes-Del 52 Montpelier 35 32 Norwell 45 77 Bluffton 25 35 Woodlan 55 Bellmont 34 25 South Adams 30 67 Leo 17 35 Huntertown 40 Monroeville 50 42 Churbusco 43 237 Bluffton 51 38 Bellmont 50 Norwell 54 16 Portland 53 Muncie Burris 84 33 Monroeville 32 Bellmont 99 24 Montpelier 69 Winchester 128 25 Bryant 31 Portland 160 37 Bluffton 49 South Adams 180 33 Areola 31 Bryant 184 41 Bishop Dwenger 46 Montpelier 257 63 Mr. Strahm, P. Jesionoski, K. Rich, T. Schmitt, M. Childs, R. Reyonlds, L. Ellenberger, J. Long, T. Rupert, N. Newenschwander, E. Geyer. Interscholastic Sports Provide Letterman’s ROW 1: Mr. Habbegar, K. Rich, B. Kolter, S. Lyons, B. Tonnelier. ROW 2: L. Mitchel, J. Sipe, M. Childs, L. Zurcher, S. Tullis. ROW 3: S. Zurcher, T. Soldner, R. Minnich, L. Harvey, J. Haugk, K. Sommersett. 64 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD A.C. 13 Monmouth OPP. 0 2 Monroeville 8 3 Monroeville 16 2 Eastside 8 1 Monroeville 9 11 Redkey 6 8 Woodlan 16 0 Churubusco 8 4 Bryant 11 2 Areola 11 7 Hunter town 3 0 Hoagland 11 0 Leo 6 6 Bryant 8 3 Redkey 14 2 South Adams 15 3 Hoagland 14 1 Southern Wells 0 VOLLEYBALL SCOREBOARD A.C. Defeated: Norwell 3 times Churubusco 2 times Woodlan 2 times Lost to: Leo 1 time Monroeville 1 time Hoagland 2 times Dennis Bieberich was chosen to the All Confer - ence Squad. GOLF SCOREBOARD A.C. OPP. 315 Monmouth 265 236 Bluffton 225 260 S. Adams 243 270 Hoagland 231 253 Huntertown 227 251 Lancaster 231 246 Woodlan 239 220 Monroeville 236 239 Areola 240 239 Leo 203 251 Bluffton 235 Points, and an Outlet for Energy VOLLEYBALL: ROW 1: B. Tonnelier, S. Tullis, P. Arnold, W. Ross, G. Tullis, D. Gerig. ROW 2: Mr. Habbegar, V. Reinhart, T. Steury, S. Steury, G. Archer, Mr. Bryan. ROW 3: T. Soldner, L. Mitchel, D. Bieberich, D. Sanders. 65 THE PERSONALITIES TRAIL Friendships are an important part of school days. Plotting mischievous pranks or working on worthwhile projects strengthen bonds of friendship. Working late on the annual, sectional paper, or Prom decorations, brought underclassmen closer together and held special meaning for seniors. Many memories, happy and sad, will be drawn from happenings at Adams Cen¬ tral. dministration Organizes Float System MR. DON RUSH, grade principal MR. ROBERT SHOUP, ass ' t. principal MR. STUART SCHNEPF, guidance director high school principal MR 68 School Board Finalizes Construction Plans A. C. ' s administration had many new tasks this year with the change to the float period system. New lunch schedules had to be organized, class schedules set up, and activity period meetings scheduled. A.C.’s teachers and students learned together where they should be when. Cries of " Where should I be now? " were quickly answered in the high school office. The Superintendent kept the public informed of the building program and school policies thru the Jet Journal. Construction on the new addition began and again the adminis¬ tration was faced with new problems. Where would the buses park? How would the students get to the buses? Where will the teachers park? Where will the fans park for the ballgames? Our adminis¬ tration met the challenge and once again came up with the solutions to our many problems. MR. A. F. ALLEN, Superintendent SCHOOL BOARD: Howard E. Habegger, Secretary; Harry Raudenbush, President; Harvey L. Jones. STANDING: Laurel Mattax, Carl Fiechter, Vice-President; Richard Borne, Melvin Weisman. Mrs. Erlene Steffen Mrs. Arlene Workinger Mrs. Karen Hoffman Each year much time is spent preparing the curriculum. Accurate files must be kept, and constantly revised. Countless duties are performed by AC’s adminis¬ tration, many of them the students are unaware. Behind the Seen Mrs. Peg Dick 70 Mrs. Carolyn Sprunger Teachers Aid in Career Preparations Mrs. Amstutz has taken over AC ' s home ec department. Miss Beavers teaches algebra, geometry, and senior math. Mrs. Beaty teaches our special education class. i Mr. Bryan teaches typ¬ ing, bookkeeping, and business law. Miss Clements teaches the first and second grades. Mrs. Dellinger teaches the second and third grades. Mrs. Beyerly teaches the fourth grade. Mr. Brown teaches in junior hi. 71 r Dedicated Teachers Strive To Prepare Lessc Mr. Ehrsam teaches the sixth grade. Mr. Fallis teaches alge¬ bra, junior hi and he coaches football. Mrs. Furman teaches elementary music. Miss Crose teaches kindergarten. Mrs. Dillon teaches typing, and secretarial courses. Mr. Gerig teaches music. Mr. Green teaches junior hi. Mrs. Griffiths teaches the second grade 72 t Papers, Sponsor Activities Mrs. Johnson teaches the sixth grade. Mrs. Kellogg teaches French and English. Mrs. Kirchhofer teaches English and Literature. r. Hindenlang teaches , and junior hi. . Inniger teaches the third grade. Mrs. Johnson teaches third grade Miss Johnson teaches the second grade. (jU- " " ■ Adams Central’s Teaching Staff-of 50 Kuhn teaches the fourth grade. Miss LaFontain teaches the second grade. Pre Miss Mayer teaches the fourth grade. Miss Mazelin is AC ' s elementary art teacher. Mrs. Sprunger teaches the first grade. ' Mrs. Sprunger teaches the fifth and sixth grades Mrs. Mitchel teaches grades five and six. Mrs. Myers teaches the second grade. Mr. Mossberg teaches world history and government. 74 sents Stores of Knowledge to 1500 Students Mr. Joe Sprunger teaches the fifth grade. Mr. Don Sprunger teaches junior hi and sophomore English. St in eo hi Mrs. girl ' s phy. ment. JJ Mrs. Stucky is librarian, and teaches English. Mr. Strahm teaches the sixth grade. Miss Williamson teaches Spanish and biology. Mr. Zehr teaches speech, journalism and English. Mr. Zurcher teaches health, phy. ed. and coaches basketball. grade. Mrs. Teeter teaches the fifth Mr. Watson teaches vo. ag. Cooks and Janitors Work Behind the Scenes Cooks: Mrs. Freels, Mrs. Henschen, Mrs. Zurcher, Mrs. Scheiderer, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Dick, Mrs. Nussbaum. How many times have you needed a ladder, or a door unlocked? AC ' s janitors were always around to lend a helping hand. " Um. I smell doughnuts!” Basic nutritional needs and sweet-tooth cravings were satisfied daily by AC ' s kitchen staff. Pleasant Mills Cooks: Mrs. Bowen, Mrs. Bebout. Pleasant Mills Janitor: Mr. Crownover. Janitors: Mr. Landis, Mr. Fisher, Mr. Rupert, Mr. Schwartz. Patrol Boys, Bus Drivers Insure A C’s Sajety PATROL BOYS: FRONT ROW: J. Slusher, R. Hurst, J. Hack. ROW TWO: Mr. Strahm, R. Mailboux, R. Osterman, J. Haggard, R. Owens. BUS DRIVERS: J. Genth, J. Nussbaum, P. Nussbaum, M. Hart, C. Black, L.Engle, L. Rich, J. Gerber, D. Fisher, C. Workinger, A. Merriman, O. Gerber, L. Adler, H. Barger, J. Andrews, J. Johnson, C. Morrison, J. Genth. NOT PICTURED: J. Stevens, H. Kershner. 77 Final Year Is Filled with Studies, M. RICHARD ANDERSON—Annual staff 4; Choir 1,2; Football 3,4; Newspaper staff 2,3,4; Pep club 3,4; Rifle club 1; Track manager 3. TIM S. BEBOUT—Rifle club 1,2. PHILIP DEAN BENTZ--Basketball 1; Class Vice-pres. 1; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; Student council 2. JUDY BEER—Annual staff 4; Choir 1,2,4; Dramatics 3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2, 3,4; Volleyball 2. DENNIS BIERBERICH--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2, 3; Class treas. 2; Cross country 4; Pep band 3; Student council 3,4, Vice-pres. 4; Track 1,4; Volleyball 2,3,4. ROGER WAYNE BOLLENBACHER--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 3; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 1,2. CAROL BORNE--G.G.A. 2; Pep club 1,2, 3,4; Spanish club 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4, treas. 4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Student librarian 4. CHARLIE BOWERS—F.F.A. 4; Football 3, 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Rifle club 1; Track 4 VICKIE BURKHEAD--Annual staff 3,4; Choir 4; Pep club 1; Rifle club 1; S.S.S. 2, 3,4. DAVID CARVER--Annual staff 3,4; Art club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Class officer Vice-Pres. 4; Football 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2,3; Newspaper staff 3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 4, President; Y.F.C. 3,4. Games, Assemblies, and Meetings for 91 Seniors IRIS CAUBLE--G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep club 1,2, 3,4; Spanish club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 3. JAYNIE CHRISTMAN--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3; G.A.A. 2; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2. VICTORIA BRAUN - -Annual staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep band 3; Pep club 4; Rifle club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 4. SHEILA R. BUETTNER--Annual staff 3,4; Art club 3,4, President 4; Dramatics 3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Pep club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3, 4. CONNIE COOK--Annual staff 3,4; G.A.A. 1; S.S.S. 2,3,4. JANE DAGUE--Annual staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3,4; Intramurals 2,3; Spanish club 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4. 79 Caps and Gowns, Pictures, Cards, and DIANE DENNISON--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; Dramatics club 3; G.A.A. 2; Intramurals 1; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2; Business Co-op 4. JACKIE ECKHART—Art club 4; S.S.S. 3,4. NANCY J. EDGELL--Annual staff 3,4; Intra- murals 1; Rifle club 2; S.S.S. 2,3,4. CHARLOTTE ELAM--G.A.A. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Pep club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3, 4; Student Librarian 4. LARRY ELLENBERGER--Annual staff 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; French club 3; Golf 2,3, 4; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 3. MICHAEL R. EYANSON--Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2; Rifle club 1; Track 1. PAT FIECHTER - -Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; Pep club 1,2; S.S.S. 1,2,3,4. 2 , EDWARD A. GARWOOD--Annual staff 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. , 4 ; 80 Announcements Make This a Special Year DARLENE KAY GEYER--Annual staff 3,4; Art club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; Pep club 1,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1; Cheerleader 1; Rifle club 1. ANITA GIROD--Annual staff 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4. MARILYN GROVE--French club 4; Pep club 4; S.S.S. 4. JANE HAMMOND--Annual staff 3,4; Choir 1,4; Class Sec. 4; Dramatics 3,4, Treas. 3; French club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Newspaper staff 2,3,4, Ass ' t. Editor 3, Editor 4; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Elementary Librarian 1,2; Bowling 1; A.I.F.S. 4. DARREL L. HARMON—Basketball 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Pep club 3,4; Rifle club 1,2,3,4. GLADYS HART--Annual staff 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Dramatics 2,3,4; Newspaper staff 4; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4, Song Leader 4; Cadet Teaching 4. JACKHARVEY--Basketball Ass ' t. Manager 1; Weight Lifting 3. ANN HAUGK--Annual staff 3,4; Choir 1; Dramatics 3; French club 3,4, Sec. 4; G.A.A. 2; Intramurals 2; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4. 81 Preparations for Careers Include Law LINDA HENSCHEN--Annual staff 3,4; Dramatics 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramurals 1; Pep club 1,2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2; Y.F.C. 2,4. KAREN S. HITCHCOCK--Annual staff 4; G.A.A. 2; Intramurals 3; S.S.S. 4. CONNIE HIGH--Annual staff 3,4, Ass ' t. Editor 3, Editor 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Intramurals 2; Newspaper staff 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4, President 2; Student Council 3,4, Vice-pres. 3, President 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Journalism Institute 3,4; Cadet teaching 4; Girls State 4; Elementary Librarian 1,2. RICHARD HILL--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1; Choir 1,2; Class Vice-pres. 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3. IRENE HINDENLANG--Annual staff 3,4; Rifle club 1; S.S.S. 2,3,4. DEWAIN HIRSCHY--Annual staff 3,4; Art club 1; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Y.F.C. 4; Weight lifting 3,4. PATTI ISCH--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4, Vice-pres. 4, Rep. 1; Choir 1; Class President 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice-pres. 2, President 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Newspaper staff 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep band 2,3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2, 3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Student Librarian 4. JANICE IRENE JONES--French club 3,4, Vice-pres. 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Business Co-op 4. 82 Business, Trig, Business Co-op, Teaching MARY KAEHR--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 1; Intramurals 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; G.A.A. Secretary 2; Newspaper staff 3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4, Corres. Sec. 2 . SHEILA KIRCHNER--S.S.S. 2,3,4. JON KRUGH--Baseball 1; Basketball stat. 1,3; Rifle club 1; Spanish club 4. JIM LANTZ--Annual staff 4; Art club 1,3; Choir 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2; Pep club 1; Track 1; F.F.A. judging team 2,4. JOYCE LENGERICH--Choir 1,2,3; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Rifle club 1,2,3, Sec. 3; S.S.S. 4; A.F.S. 1,2. LINDA LONGSWORTH--Annual staff 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4. BETH MANN—Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Rep. 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Rep. 2; Intramurals 1,2; N.H.S. 4; Pep band 1,2,3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4, Rep. 2; Spanish club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Cadet teaching 4. BOB MILLER--Annual staff 3,4; Art club 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 3,4; French club 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Newspaper staff 3,4. 83 SA T Tests, Trips to Colleges, and RUTH MILLER--Band 1,2,3, Class vice-p president 2; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep band 3; Spanish club 4, reporter; S.S.S. 4; Gold Teens 3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4. LEON MITCHEL--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Cross Country 4; Dramatics club 3; F.A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3. KAREN JO MYERS--Annual staff 4; Art club 1,2,4, Secretary 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep club 1,2,3; Rifle club 3; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Golden Teens 4. LEON MORGAN--Annual staff 4; Intra¬ murals 1,2. JAN E. NUSSBAUM--Annual staff 4; Basket¬ ball 1; Choir 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Track 1. LALAH NUSSBAUM--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Pep band 2,3,4. PAMELA NUSSBAUM--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, representative 3; Choir 1,2, 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Newspaper staff 4; N.H.S. 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4, recording sec. 3; Y.F.C. 4; Cadet teacher 4. REX OLIVER--Annual staff 4; Basketball 1; Choir 1; F.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1, 2; Pep Club 4. 84 Job College Applications Occupy Seniors TOM PATRICK—Annual staff 4; Choir 1, 2; F.A.A. 1,2,3,4, parliamentarian 3. SHERYL RAUDENBUSH--Annual staff 3,4; Choir 1,4; Class treas. 3; French club 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramurals 2; Newspaper staff 3,4; N.PI.S. 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Cadet teaching 4; Bowling 1; A.I.F.S. 4. RAYMOND L. REINHART--F.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 4; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 4. RON REYNOLDS--Annual staff 4; Band 1,2, 3; Basketball 1; Choir 1,2,3; Football 3,4; Golf 3,4; Pep band 2,3; Track 1; Y.F.C. 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . DIANE RICH--Annual staff 4; Band 1; Class treasurer 4, French club 4; G.A.A. 2; N.H.S. 3,4, Sec.-treas. 4; Pep club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4, Vice-pres. 3, President 4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1; Choir 1. LARRY RICH--Basketball 1; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Y.F.C. 2,3,4; Weight lifting 3. JO ANN RIFF--Annual staff 3,4; Art club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Newspaper staff 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Pep band 2,3; Pep club 1; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2. GLORIA RIPPLE—S.S.S. 4. 85 Memories Are Made of Crowded Hallways, gffli DENNIS ROW--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. LEON ROE--Football 3; Pep club 1,2; Track 1. DENNIS ROOP WAYNE ROSS--Basketball 2,3,4; Class Treas. 2; Newspaper staff 3,4, Ass ' t. Sports Editor 3, Sports Editor, 4; Student council 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4. DONNA ROUDEBUSH--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Feature twirler 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Rifle club 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, Sec. 3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Cadet teach¬ ing 4; Student council 1. GEORGIA RUBLE--Choir 1,2; S.S.S. 3,4. DAN SANDERS--Annual staff 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Class Vice-pres. 2; Cross country 4; Intramurals 1,2; Track 1, 3,4; Volleyball 2,4; Y.F.C. 2,3. TIM SCHMITT--Annual staff 3,4; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Class President 4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4, President 4; Student council 1; Track 1; Boys State 4. 86 Jokes, Conversations, and Noon Hour ROXANN STAVENICK--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Sec. 3; French club 3,4, President 4; N.H.S. 4; Pep band 3; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; Student council 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Bowling 1. STEVEN STRAUB DENNIS M. STRIKER--Annual staff 4; Baseball 1; Cross country 1,2,3; F.F.A. 2, 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 4. JANICE SOMMER--Annual staff 3,4; Choir 1,2; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Cheer¬ leader 1,3; Business Co-op 4; Spanish club 2,3,4. ALAN D. SCHUG--F.F.A. 3,4; Track 1. DICK SCHULTZ--Annual staff 4; Intra¬ murals 2,3. LELAND K. SHOAF--Basketball 1,2; Intra- murals 3; Pep club 3; Track 1. LINDA SOLDNER--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Newspaper staff 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1, 2,3,4, President 4; Cadet teaching 4; Student librarian 4. 87 Dates Special to Seniors Are Prom JOAN STUCKY—Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2, 3,4; Spanish club 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3; Bowling 1; Business Co-op 4. MARLENE STUCKY--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Twirler 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2; N.H.S. 4; Pep club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4, sec.- treas. 3; Cheerleader 2; Business Co-op 4. VICKI SUMAN--Annual staff 3,4; Pep club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Goldteen 4. ANITA TEEPLE--Annual staff 3,4; French club 4; Pep club 1,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 3; Goldteen 4. BECKY TONNER--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Sec. 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Pep club 1,2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; cheerleader 2. ROSE TONNER--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Pep club 1,2,3,4. GARY WABLE--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Pep club 3,4. JOHN WAGLEY--Dramatics 3; Intramurals 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep club 1,3; Spanish club 4. 88 King Queen Crowning, and Graduation CONNIE WATKINS--AnnuaI staff 3,4; Pep club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Goldteen 4. JO ELLEN WULLIMAN--Annual staff 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Choir 1,2,3,4, Class officer, Sec. 1; Treas. 2; Pep band 2,3,4; Pep club 1,2,3,4; Spanish club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Y.F.C. 1,2,3, V. Pres. 3; Sec.- Treas. 4. BRIAN ZURCHER--Annual staff 4; Band 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Choir 1,2,3, Class officer, Pres. 3; Intramurals 1,2; N.H.S. 3,4, V. Pres. 4; Student Council 2; Track 1; Vo lleyball 2; Y.F.C. 2,3; Pep band 3. CHARLENE MARIE KIRKPATRICK—An¬ nual staff 4; Art club 4; Band 4; Choir 1,2; GAA 2,3; Pep club 1,2,3; Rifle club 4; Student Council 1; SSS 3,4. 89 Beavers Lois Birch Barb Borne Bill Bowers Bonnie Braun Ted Brodbeck Cathy Brown Neil Brunner Barb Burkhead Joe Connelley Janet Cook Cheryl Cook Mike Cook Ron Eckhart Charles Everett Susie Fairchild Collen Fairchild Dennis Feruling Randy Filheim Rick Franz Jim Funk Judy Garwood Jerry Genth Bob Gerber Neil Haines Dwight Hakes Karen Harmon Beth Hamrick Cheryl Harvey Carolyn Harvey Larry Heare Michael Heiman Tom Helsel Marvin Hirschy Gary Hurst Steve Isch Mike Kaehr Joy Kaehr Rita Kipfer Bev Kipfer Lois Klopfleisch Karen Lantz Mary Lengerich Don Leyse Gretchen Leyse Sally Loshe Eileen Light Dennis Longsworth Rita Luginbill Dave Mankey Janice McDermatt Harry Mihm Marvin Miller Sue Moeschberger Don Moser Cindy Neuenschwander Rayn Aschliman Diane Adler Brad Allen Dennis Archer Gary Arnold Phil Bailey Rita Baker Eileen Prom Is Reward for Hours of Concession Work Junior Class Officers FRONT ROW: K. Summersett--treasurer; G. Leyse--V. Pres.; R. Kaehr--secretary; S. Steury--pres. BACK ROW: Mr. Mossburg, Miss Beavers, Mrs. Stucky, Mr. Hilbert: Sponsors. Nussbaum Jackie Nussbaum Linda Rauch John Raudenbush June Ray Debbie Riley Mike Royer Max Scheiderer Duane Schmitt Mike Schultz Catherine Schwartz Ruth Schwartz Sherry Schwartz Margery Shaffer Sandy Shoaf Darlene Sipe John Smith Rod Zurcher Vicki Sommers Mike Steiner Kerry Stetler Linda Steury Stan Striker Bill Stump Steve Summersett Kip Tonnelier Bob Tumbleson Doug Willeamson Cheryll Zimmerman Barb 91 Andrews Don Aschliman Richard Bailey Dennis Balsiger Lucinda Baker Ruth Baumgartner Shirley Bebout Terry Becker Jolandia Bertsch Stan Bowers Virgil Braun Rosie Brewster Janet Bryan Becky Campell Cecil Campbell Mike Cano Faustine Childs Mark Double Jerry Edgell Mike Elam Phil Eyanson Debbie Fairchild LaVonne Fiechter Sharon Fisher Dave Foreman Steve Fruchte Karen Gaunt Diane Geimer Sarah Gerber Kathy Gerber Myra Geyer Ed Gilbert Mavis Brove Gary- Hack Debbie Haines Darrel Hamilton Ala n Hart Gary Haugk Jim Hawkins Terry Heiman Lennard Heiman Linda Heyerly Donna Hill Pat Hirschy Arlan Hoffman Donna Hoffman Milt Jesionowski Paul Johnson Jack Johnson Walter Jones Donna Kaehr Myron Kahn Diana Kirkpatrick Joe Kolter Barry Lawson Cheryl Liechty Mel Long Jan Lyons Steve Longenberger Terry Mauller Pam Martin Cheryl Martin David Mattax Linda 92 Sophomores Celebrate Magazine Sales Victory Miller Eileen Miller Monty Miller Paul Minnick Rick Mitch Aleta Mutschler Kris Myers John Neiferd Steve Nussbaum Arthur Nussbaum Karleen Oliver Sandy Patrick Jim Redding Janell Re iff Angela Reinhart Carolann Reinhart Dean Reinhart Randy Reinhart Tom Reinhart Vaughn Rich Keith Riff Kerry Riley Janet Ringger Claudia Roe Sonji Roop Sheri Shaffer Kathy Shifferly Arlene Shoaf Paul Slusher Brace Smith Steve Smith Susie Soldner Tim Springer Calvin Steffen Ted Steury Tim Stevens Tom Stoller Allen Straub Tom Stuckey Roya Ann Stucky Sandra Suman Shirley Swoveland Mary Teeple Linda Tinkham Don Tullis Steve Vaught Bob Vidal Paula Webb Karen Yancy Lynn Zimmerman Paula Zurcher Larry Zurcher Steve Adler Neal Allen Daryl Arnold Alan Arnold Rhonda Aschliman Arlene Aschliman Loretta Baker Cindy Barger Debi Beer Nancy Bieberich Kathy Bollenbacher Dick Bollenbacher Rick Borne Debbie Brewster Janean Brunner Jo Cauble Margie Christman Sheri Clark Ron Connelley Jim Cook Carla Crownover Ross Decker Sharon Eckart Elaine Engle Ann Ellenberger Merle Everett Debbie Everett Roger Eyanson Cathy Garner Ton Garwood Gloria Garwwod Rita Gerber Elaine Gerber Linda Gehrig Darrell Germann Carol Geyer Roger Girod Ed Goldner Carolyn Grove Jim Hamilton Chuck Hammond Fred Hammond Joy Heiman Paul Hirschy Phyllis Hoffman Diane Jackson Monica Jesionowski Greg Jordan Victor Kaehr Sharon Kauffman Kerry Kerchner Phil Kipfer Elaine Kraft Karen Liechty Barry Longsworth Dennis Loshe Richard Mailer Steve McKean Mike Merriman Jo Ann Miller Janet Miller Judy Miller Pat Miller Bill 94 Float Schedule Adds to Freshmen Frenzy Miller Phil Moeschberger Karen Morrison Bob Moser Randy Neadstine Debbie Neuenschwander Beth Noll Carol Nussbaum Barb Nussbaum Debbie Nussbaum Jed Nussbaum Mary Jo Patch Bill Patrick Judy Pierce Cheryl Rauch Don Rehm Rick Rich Joe Riley Arnold Rupert Tyler Schmitt Gary Schrock Vicki Schug Bruce Schwartz Joe Schwartz Leslie Schwartz Martha Sheets Barbara Shaffer Marty Shetler David Shoaf Jane Shoaf Pam Shoaf Vicki Smith Dave Smith Roger Smith Sarah Steiner Carolyn Steury Karen Stoller Bill Striker Greg Swoveland Linda Teeple Becky Thatcher Marilyn Thomas Don Tinkham Charles Tinkham Dan Tonnellier Patty Tullis Gary Watkins Gary Webb Sharon Wickey Clara Wickey Levi Wilder David Wilder Lynnette Workinger Sharon Wulliman Linda Yancy Theresa Yost Becky Yost Patti Zimmerman Donna Zurcher, Diane Zurcher Janet 95 Mr. Shoup, Grade 8-A FRONT ROW: R. Tullis, R. Borne, D. Funk, D. Johnson, M. Lyons, R. Owens, T. Sprunger, D. Decker, K. Steiner, L. Garner. ROW TWO: C. Slusher, K. Hakes, T. Everett, K. King, N. Fiechter, D. Longenberger. ROW THREE: P. Campbell, S. Kaehr, K. Klopfleish, D. Echrote, S. Mankey, C. Teeple, J. Funk, D. Fairchild, J. Rich, R. Gerber, V. Steiner, V. Peterson, R. Andrews, C. Hoffman, Mr. Shoup. ROW FOUR: R. Osterman, D. Roe, A. Heyerly, D. Allen, S. Rich, S. Fawbush, C. Rich, P. Isch. Mr. Glass, Grade 8-B FRONT ROW: L. Wickey Jr., W. Smith, J. Shetler, G. Hindenlang, T. Roop, M. Zimmerman, D. Kelsey. ROW TWO: E. Mead, E. Washington, K. Ehrman, T. Moser, J. Hiltz, M. Klinger, G. Roe, R. Engle, G. Hodle, D. Criade, W. Hirshey, Mr. Glass. ROW THREE: R. Tharp, L. Clark, T. Biberstine, D. Studabaker, R. Garwood, D. Garwood, S. Nussbaum, R. Troyer, R. Felheim. Mr. Green, Grade 8-C FRONT ROW: G. Gerber, J. Soldner, K. Fisher, R. Rich, G. Hack, R. Mailloux, A. Mitchell, T. Garwood. ROW 2: S. Wolfe, S. Myres, E. Hilty, J. Irwin, I. Kaehr, B. Mailer, M. Hilty. ROW 3: C. Hirschy, L. Adler, M. Amstutz, T. Morningstar, C. Byerly, J. Harvey, A. Yost, R. Sheehan, L. Hererly, M. Morrison, L. Gaunt, S. Fawbuster, R. Sommer, J. Arnold, S. Bertsch, S. Ehrsam. ROW 4: Mr. Green, D. McCollough, D. Welch, J. Gilbert, C. Girod, D. Leyse, M. Steury, S. Kiser, J. Haggard, R. Miller. Mr. Adler, Grade 7-A FRONT ROW: G. Double, S. Bassett, J. Foreman, J. Bluhm, D. Steury, S. Fiechter, L. Shetler, K. Steffen. ROW TWO: S. Patch, R. Hurst, P. Ogg, E. Miller, V. Yancy, J. Slusher, T. Jackson, M. Raudenbush. ROW THRF G. Patrick, J. Geisel, L. Schwartz, M. Hilty, M. Bieberich, V. Kolter, S. Neadstine, M. Riley, J. Workinger, Kaehr, T. Becher, D. Haines, M. Noll, R. Felheim. ROW FOUR: T. Adler, J. Houk, T. Light, J. Weisman, Bryan, D. Kershner, R. Reynolds, D. Hilty, M. Manley, K. King. 2 S Mrs. Stein, Grade 7-B FRONT ROW: J. Myers, K. King, R. Cook, J. Chapman, J. Johnson. ROW TWO: D. Biberstine, G. Everett, S. Mattox, D. Eyanson, S. Elezy, M. Hilty, J. Beery. ROW THREE: D. Girod, S. Lantz, G. Hill, C. Clark, J. Miller, M. Trevino, D. Wable, V. Swartz, C. Bebout, D. Roop, C. Fruehte. ROW FOUR: L. Swartz, T. Cano, R. Landis, D. Harvey, D. Bailey, B. Hitchcock, P. Brodbeck, J. Bergman, C. Hodle, Mrs. Stein. Mr. Hindenlang, Grade 7-C FRONT ROW: B. Miller, G. Childs, B. Mutschler, R. Myers, K. Ringger, J. Allen, K. Zimmerman, G. Landis, M. Zurcher, J. Wittwer. ROW TWO: L. Yost, J. Thatcher, R. Mihm, M. Garwood, L. Barger, S. Everett, L. Miller, B. Kaehr, S. Bieberich. ROW THREE: M. Zurcher, K. Fruecte, C. Foor, N. Wagley, P. Sauers, S. Burk¬ hart, C. Williams, K. Barger, B. Arnold, E. Alczar, R. Sprunger, E. Watkins, R. Young. ROW FOUR: L. Schwartz, C. Reinhart, S. Schrock, D. Inniger, C. Johnson, A. Mitchel, M. Gilbert, J. Pratt, Mr. Hindenlang. Mr. Clark, Grade 6 FRONT ROW: L. Edwards, L. Trevino, D. Tricker, B. Lichtenberger, R. Dague, J. Roww, R. Felheim, C. Cook. ROW 1: G. Everett, K. Jones, K. Sheehan, D. Johnson, R. Hoffman, L. Ehrsam, S. Bollenbacher, R. Bebout, S. Firod, Mr. Clark. Mr. Strahm, Grade 6 ROW 1: D. Ehlerding, G. Gilgen, D. Aschliman, N. Sprunger, J. Kaehr, M. Nussbaum, D. Rich. ROW 2: J. Riff, J. Brewster, D. Moser, G. Andrews, D. Tinkham, L. Stucky, E. Tonner, S. Longenberger, R. Meyers, D. Carr, L. Ross. ROW 3: S. Schlickman, C. Manley, D. Mankey, E. Troyer, A. Raudenbush, C. Ogg, K. Wulliman, B. Bergman, M. Dailey, C. Nussbaum, Mr. Strahm. 99 Mr. Ehrsam, Grade 6 FRONT ROW: D. Kelsey, R. Hodle, J. Decker, S. Arnold, N. Bassett, T. Williams, J. Dennison, J. Houk, M. Weisman. ROW TWO: J. Funk, G. Mead, S. Kaehr, N. Poling, M. Gilbert, T. Gledhill, K. Bowman, S. Poor- man, A. Steury, D. Simon. ROW THREE: K. Nussbaum, J. Arnold, B. Hoffman, D. Longsworth, B. Gerber, B. Landis, E. Smith, R. Woods, C. Mitchel, Mr. Ehrsam. Mr. Johnson, Grade 6 FRONT ROW: D. Roe, C. Zurcher, G. Gerber, R. Watkins, K. Ehrman, E. Cavanaugh, M. Echrote, R. Nuss¬ baum, D. Adler. ROW TWO: J. Hack, R. Manley, M. Sauers, K. Gerber, D. Lehman, K. McCormick, R. Landis, B. Garwood, A. Nussbaum, M. Washington, N. Engle, D. Fiechter. ROW THREE: S. King, S. Gerber, D. Christman, J. Gilbert, J. Ellenberger, S. Fuelling, L. Peterson, D. Rupert, D. Miller, Mr. Johnson. Mr. Clark and Mrs. Mitchell, Grade 5 FRONT ROW: C. Ruble, R. Elzey, D. Noll, L. Winans, J. Brodbeck, T. Wolfe, S. Morrison, M. Gallogly. ROW 2: Mr. Clark, M. Hurst, R. Everett, B. Wolfe, D. Feasel, R. Mihm, B. Wolfe, K. Watkins, B. Robinson, Mrs. Mitchel. ROW 3: J. Tinkham, J. Thatcher, D. Workinger, D. Lyons, C. Everett, C. Wolfe, B. Sprunger, S. Bailey, M. Trevino. Mrs. Egley, Grade 5 FRONT ROW: K. Mann, K. King, L. Hilty, T. Schrock, J. Kauffman, T. Nussbaum, D. Hirschy, M. Bertsch. ROW TWO: H. Ringger, J. Redding, J. Beery, D. Gerber, K. Ehrman, T. Adler, D. Bertsch, R. Beer, K. Steffen, D. Garwood, J. Harvey, F. Coppess, M. Nussbaum. ROW THREE: Mrs. Egley, R. Fennig, R. Gledhill, M. Allen, D. Leyse, L. Arnold, D. Weisman, R. Johnson, S. Borne, B. Gerber. Mr. Sprunger, Grade 5 FRONT ROW: E. Fisher, M. Double, R. Fiechter, L. Jackson, C. Eyanson, A. Sell, L. Stoller, N. Arnold, R. Fleiser. SECOND ROW: R. Patch, C. Hirschy, L. Burkhead, C. Cavanaugh, J. Gerber, L. Patrick, D. Gerber, T. Slusher, D. Allen, J. Genth. THIRD ROW: E. Steffen, J. Soldner, D. Pratt, D. Klinger, J. Pierce, M. Am- stutz, C. Zurcher, J. Lehman, K. Seitz, A. Mead, Mrs. Teeter, Grade 5 FRONT ROW: D. Habegger, D. Teeple, L. Steury, J. Rich, J. Steffen, P. Bryan, R. Ross, K. Nussbaum. SECOND ROW: T. Nussbaum, A. Roop, L. Stucky, S. Weaver, W. Shetler, K. Barger, D. Ross, D. Gerig, R. Zurcher, M. Webb, A. Tonner, T. Sheets, B. Burkhart, Mrs. Teeter. THIRD ROW: C. Cavanaugh, A. Geyer, E. Cano, J. Byerly, J. Engle, D. Rumple, T. Liechty, K. Richards, J. Vaught, E. Dick. Mrs. Byerly, Grade 4 FRONT ROW: J. Isch, D. Klinger, D. Schwartz, D. Gerber, B. Manley, V. Micthel, N. Hurst, S. Gerber, T. Young. SECOND ROW: M. Ogg, A. Steffen, C. Hoffman, M. Barger, K. Steffen, D. Stout, T. Gerber, J. Wickey, T. Kerchner, R. Steffen. THIRD ROW: R. Reynolds, L. Hilty, S. Young, L. Schwartz, C. Clark, F. Evans, K. Ringger, C. Hilty, R. Rumple, Mrs. Byerly. Mrs. Mitchell, Grade 4 FRONT ROW: B. Ehrsam, C. Mihm, J. Campbell, G. Trevino, T. Girod, D. Winans, J. Fairchild, T. Lichten- berger, K. Dick, C. Everett. ROW 1: T. Wolfe, E. Miller, V. Bienz, G. Noll, C. Wolfe, N. Morrison, S. John¬ son, J. Cook, C. Chapman. Miss Mayer, Grade 4 FRONT ROW: D. Bollinger, T. Roe, M. Webb, R. Dailey, S. Miller, B. Studebaker, D. Beer, E. Schwartz. ROW 2: C. Clouse, C. Hart, R. Mattax, S. Deckrow, K. Erhman, P. Beer, S. Bauman, P. Williams, Miss Mayer, N. Schug, M. Gilbert, M. Amstuitz, M. Parrish, S. Abbott, R. Fairchild, A. Wulliman, J. Bentz, N. Flurst. Mrs. Kuhn, Grade 4 FRONT ROW: E. Smith, L. Myers, D. Nussbaum, J. Mailer, G. Fiechter, D. Bauman, C. Gerber, J. Nussbaum, C. Longenberger. ROW 2: B. Troxel, C. Steiner, D. Witt, J. Tonnellier, B. Yancy, J. Arnold, R. Rehm, T. Patch, G. Miller, K. Watkins. ROW 3: T. Kirchner, B. Haugh, B. Nussbaum, G. Hill, N. Martin, N. Hirschy, C. Beer, M. Mitchel, B. Shetler, Mrs. Kuhn, Miss Heiskel, student teacher. f M wit f L f .11 k fa jP Mrs. Johnson, Grade 3 FRONT ROW: N. Sprunger, T. Eyanson, R. Pierce, V. Ringger, R. Garwood, R. Hamilton, D. Myers, R. Rumple. ROW TWO: J. Garwood, K. Omen, B. Kahn, T. Bluhm, L. Mailloux, T. Engle, L. Mead, R. Liechty, J. Ehlerding. ROW THREE: Mrs. Johnson, D. Carr, J. Teeple, K. King, S. Soldner, R. Geyer, M. Hilty, T. Landis, M. Miller. Mrs. Inniger, Grade 3 FRONT ROW: L. Hilty, R. Decker, D. Watkins, M. Gilbert, J. Amstutz, J. Myers, B. Childs, D. Kelsey, M Parrish. ROW TWO: R. Mutschler, P. Arnold, S. Poling, D. Hart, M. Wickey, K. Shoaf, J. Bluhm, B. Smi ROW THREE: C. Kirkpatrick, D. Arnold, J. Kaehr, B. Hawkins, P. Zurcher, B. Engle, S. Taylor, H. Hilty, Seitz. W| M fpS . a ; 1 : n » : £1 s, JryM %• i Bp - mm ■Li. ‘jM. ■ jt. Ip 1 Ai j XX Mrs. Dellinger, Grade 2 3 FRONT ROW: M. Bailey, A. Barkley, K. Hawkins, C. Butler, M. Bowen, A. Riley, D. Noll, T. McCullough, R. Johnson, J. Hitchcock, R. Sheets. ROW 2: R. Hurst, R. Dague, C. Speakman, L. Barkley, B. Sprunger, D. Wolfe, J. Girod, D. Winans, S. Dick, J. Clevenger, B. Lyons, T. Ruble. ROW 3: B. Frey, B. Bebout, D. Cook, M. Halloway, F. Morrison, G. Hoffman, P. Trevina, T. Brodbeck, S. Roe, G. Elzey, Mrs. Dellinger. FRONT ROW: J. Hamrick, J. Fiechter, K. Strahm, T. Bailey, J. Christman, R. Bollinger, N. Eckhart, J. Patch, E. Garner. ROW TWO: T. Rambo, F. Criado, B. Heiser, T. Williamson, J. Alcazar, B. Dick, D. Robinson, G. Bixler, L. Brock, M. Rich. ROW THREE: Mrs. Haggard, A. Gerber, S. Gerber, R. Manley, R. Goldner, M. Slusher, D. Hirshey, H. Schwartz, J. Engle, D. Dailey. Mrs. Haggard, Grade 3 FRONT ROW: J. Taylor, S. Hilty, P. Reinhart, R. Roe, M. Mitchel, D. Pierce. BACK ROW: Mrs. Beaty, S Studabaker, F. Kirkpatrick, A. Clark, T. Tinkham, M. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Beaty, Special Ed. School busloads full of children converge on Central each morning to deliver students for another day of full activity. FRONT ROW: A. Simon, K. Dick, A. Hirschy, Jim Ginth, R. Ickhart, L. Longinberher, D. Studabaker, D. Bixler. ROW TWO: R. Wicky, S. Wingger, B. Schwartz, V. Dynes, G. Nunez, D. Fehman, M. Egly, S. Harvey, E. Ebans, K. Kaehr, K. Seitz, I. Schwartz. ROW THREE: P. Baumgartner, L. Tonner, F. Ringger, D. Tonnellier, D. Haines, S. Johnson, R. Hirschy, K. Raudenbush, D. Isch. Miss LaFontaine, Grade 2 Miss Johnson, Grade 2 FRONT ROW: P. Patch, S. Bailey, M. Sherler, D. Call, T. Bryan, K. Rehm, K. Engle, E. Hack, D. Cavanaugh. ROW TWO: V. Isch, C. Geisel, S. Mitchel, A. Weisman, D. Witt, K. Raudenbush, D. Soldner, J. Kahlert, P. Garwood. ROW THREE: L. Miller, N. Tinkham, K. Gilgen, D. Weaver, L. Hurst, M. Barger, C. Elzey, D. Am- stutz, D. Bowman. 108 Mrs. Myers, Grade 2 ROW 1: K. Gilgen, R. Brodbeck, R. Gerber, L. M. Hilty, A. Fiechter, V. Troxel, J. Isch, R. Dailey. ROW 2: J. Gerber, M. Rambo, J. Fruechte, D. Girod, D. Habegger, D. Gerig, N. Sell, G. Gerber, S. Mattax, R. Taylor. ROW 3: B. Byerly, M. Noll, R. Hirschy, T. Harmon, T. Garwood, L. Kahn, D. Cowans, L. Tonner, Mrs. Myers. Miss Clements, Grade 1 2 FRONT R OW: K. Elzey, R. Trevino, S. Flindenlang, S. Dick, T. Fairchild, S. Wolfe, N. Wolfe, C. Cook, J. McCullough, S. Suman, R. Roe. ROW 2: B. Snyder, B. Noll, J. Cook, J. Jones, D. Kindle, K. Ruble, K. Hakes, R. Riley, P. Barkley, C. Barkley, T. Wolfe. ROW 3: B. Suman, L. Brunner, G. Edwards, J. Tinkham, L. Tum- bleson, T. Wolfe, J. Speakman, D. Hurst, Miss Clements. HIV m i 109 Mrs. Griffiths, Grade 1 FRONT ROW: L. Nussbaum, L. Hilty, S. Schwartz, T. Stout, D. Bluhm, M. Reinhard, K. Dynes, J. Hilty, M. Bauman, ROW TWO: T. Genth, T. Sell, D. Hilty, B. Schwartz, Y. Priser, L. Morningstar, K. Hilbert, E. Hilty, T. Miller, V. Gerber, P. Burkhart, L. Rich, S. Wilkins. ROW THREE: E. Bieberich, R. Evans, K. Rich, R. Neun- schwander, A. Schwartz, H. Lehman, D. Moses, L. Burkhart, J. Landis, Mrs. Griffiths. Mrs. Habegger, Grade 1 FRONT ROW: S. Rambo, L. Bryan, S. Nussbaum, L. Andrews, J. Kipfer, F. Smith, T. Lehman, B. Kershner, J. Ringger. ROW 2: L. Mitchel, F. Geisel, L. Eby, T. Garner, T. Spade, T. Bertsch, B. Slusher, J. Taylor, S. Man- ley, D. Engle. ROW 3: P. Arnold, student teacher, J. Parrish, L. Hilty, R. Steffen, K. Hirschy, K. Richards, R. Zimmerman, M. Steury, E. Hilty, C. Gerber, Mrs. Habegger. r. .A r v jjf ft rw JR fM . j? « J i W TKT .wmm tew—■si Mrs. Sprunger--Grade 1 ROW ONE: G. Harvey, J. Eyanson, J. Nussbaum, L. Aschliman, C. Amstutz, N. Kahn, J. Parrish, K. Coppess, R. Beer, B. Dick. ROW TWO: L. Rich, L. Vaught, C. Ulman, P. Numez, T. Bebout, C. Rumple, B. Ivans, S. Stei¬ ner, J. Isch. ROW THREE: Mrs. Sprunger, D. Engle, K. Peterson, D. Lehman, J. Schmitt, M. Kehlert, S. Kaehr, M. Hoffman, L. Raudenbush, C. Roop. Mrs. Nichols, Afternoon Kindergarten FRONT ROW: T. Longenberger, B. Hart, M. Slusher, M. Engle, R. Patch, B. Cavanaugh, M. Slusher, L. Strahm, R. Neuenschwander. ROW 2: D. Call, J. Brewster, M. Zurcher, B. Zeigler, G. Engle, D. Ringger, S. Kaehr, C. Bluhm, J. Landis, L. Hirschy. ROW 3: T. Taylor, S. Beer, T. Kipfer, M. Gilbert, I. Eby, B. Mailer, D. Robinson, M. Bowman, Mrs. Nichols. Afternoon Kindergarten Miss Crose FRONT ROW B. Brunner, T. Gallogly, P. Frey, M. Gremaux, J. Marbach, R. Elzey, T. Brunner, D. Feasel, J. Speakman, T. Robinson. ROW 2 L. Hawkins, L. Sheehan, L. Sovine, B. Hill, J. Morrison, J. Archer, M. Wilson, S. Campbell, B. Grove, S. Rauch, D. Crose. Mrs. Nichols Morning Kindergarten FRONT ROW R. Miller, K. Arnold, C. Liby, D. Loshe, R. Eckrote, B. Coyne, J. Mitchel, B. Byerly, K. Martin, N. Brock. ROW 2 L. Aschliman, C. Kelly, B. Roop, K. Scott, K. Troxel, C. Garwood, L. Lengerich, L. Trout- ner, J. Wyss, G. Sheets, D. 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DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT The Only Daily Newspaper in Adams County 141 South Second Street Phone 724-2121 Bank with the Farmers and the Merchants FARMER AND MERCHANT ' S BANK " Your Friendly Bank " Bluffton, Indiana If You Enjoy Going " Dutch " , Eat at the DUTCH MILL. On the Banks of the Wabash Bluffton, Indiana 122 LUTES FLOWERS So. Winchester St. at the City Limits Phone 724-7126 Flowers for All Occasions ADAMS COUNTY TRAILER SALES Hi-Ways 27-33 Decatur, Indiana 724-9134 DECATUR CANNING CO. 403 So. 11th Street Decatur, Indiana Omaha Badger Bodies Harsh Hoists Win Power Alternators DANIEL LANTZ AND SONS R.R. 4 Decatur, Indiana Phone 565-3328 Put a Tiger in Your Tank at BERNE OIL CO. Berne, Indiana HOFFMAN TV AND APPLIANCES Admiral Color TV Headquarters Larry Hoffman — Owner Decatur, Indiana DECATUR SUPPLY HOUSE, INC. Office Supplies Sudden Service Printing Decatur, Indiana 46733 Phone 724-3363 DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER 123 N. 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Monroe, Indiana COPPESS CORNER Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6166 ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Monroe, Indiana JET GRILL Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6517 127 FRIEDA ' S WIG CENTER 209 W. Washington Street (1 Mile E. on Hwy. 124 off U.S. 27) Monroe, Indiana 46733 MONROE GRAIN SUPPLY CO. Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6176 DALES Redwing Shoes Shoe Repairing Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6465 ZEIGLER ' S BARBER SHOP Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6642 JEANNE ' S BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6609 E. D. SCHROCK Building Contractor Monroe, Indiana 128 FRENCH ROOM—BEAUTY GIFTS Gifts and Greeting Cards Sharon Kessler, Stylist 107 E. Jackson, Monroe Phone 692-6300 JOHN ANN BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6221 AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER Monroe, Indiana K J COIN LAUNDRY Monroe, Indiana Open 7 Days a Week 6 a.m.-lO p.m. Weekdays 8a.m.-5 p.m. Sundays STUCKY FURNITURE CO. LENGERICH BUTCHERING Monroe, Indiana Monroe, Indiana Phone 2-6313 129 GERBER MARKET Monroe, Indiana R. H. 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