Adams Central High School - Cen Trails Yearbook (Monroe, IN)
- Class of 1970
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DISCOVERY OF ACADEMICS, Page 17 DISCOVERY OF LOYALTY, Page 71 1970 . . . the beginning of a new era for the Adams Central Schools. Faced with an increasingly technological world, we explored our own fields of knowledge while our astronauts explored the moon. We met chall enges and began looking for new ones. With our friends, we worked toward goals and learned more about ourselves. Learning, try¬ ing, having fun, getting involved--all these set the stage for DISCOVERY, 1970 DISCOVERY OF COMMITMENT, Page 49 " Coming ' round the bend, " Cindy Balsiger drives the prize-winning senior float. Fall Brings Time for Fun, Frolics Senior boys use the Commons to plot their next moves. What ' s up, Smitty? Who ' s bossing whom around here? 4 Work and Play Cement Close Friendships Alan Hamilton tries a last resort in his desperate attempt to hide from Mrs. Grove ' s lectures. 5 Football Victory Tops Fall Homecoming; On the evening of October 3, 1969 Centrail crowned its first Football Homecoming Queen. Before the start of the A.C. -Carroll game, the fans be¬ came hushed as the ceremonies began. Each of the seven couples met at the goal post, walked to the 50-yard line and proceeded to the stage. The ex¬ citement came to a climax as Rosie Braun was crowned Queen by Paul Jesionowski. Homecoming Queen Mary Rose Braun receives the game ball from her escort, Paul Jesionowski. 6 Queen Rosie, King Paul Reign at Ceremonies Kris Mutschler was escorted by Barry Kolter. Barb Nussbaum was escorted by Cecil Campbell. Sharon Kaehr was escorted by Jim Haugk. Karleen Nussbaum was escorted by Rick Minnich. Sarah Geimer was escorted by Steve Lyons. Diane Zurcher was escorted by Mike Campbell. 7 Everyday Events Blend into Overall Picture 8 I " Ho! Ho! Ho! " That ' s the same in any language; right, Dave Zoll and his trusty French horn put in some Bertlinde? practice time. Second place in the Homecoming float contest went to Art Club. 9 ( Final School Days Provide Nobody but the seniors could average four-and-a-half people per carrel. It ' s a great way to study. Apparently there ' s something more interesting than studying going on around here. Any ideas, Cindy Hoffman? How romantic! Sharon Workinger and Barb Nussbaum do a little dreaming about the Prom. 10 Break from Year-Long Study Routine You ' re beginning to look old before your time, Cindy. Ugh! From the look on S arah Geimer ' s face, something ' s got to be going on here. " They ' re nice, but do I have to WEAR one of those gowns ? " 11 " Camelot " Theme of Junior-Senior Prom " This is the dawning of the age of Aquarius . . . " Entertainment was provided by the swing choir. Juniors spent a hectic May 15 giving the gym a The Brown St. Music Company made their appearance at the " Camelot look. " Prom on May 16. JB 1 v-TS SShT • ■ . The top ten (L-R): Larry Zurcher (1), Eileen Miller (2), Cheryll Martin (3), Dennis Bailey (4), Steve Tullis (5), Keith Rich (6), Debbie Hack (7), Ruth Baker (8), Sarah Geimer (9), Tim Soldner (10). Scholarship winners: Dave Zoll, Karleen Nussbaum, Eileen Miller, Cheryll Martin, Debbie Hack. Music award winners: Dave Zoll, Larry Zurcher, Pam Mauller, Jolandia Becher. 13 or Janell Redding straightens Sandy Stucky ' s cap before they enter the gym. Class of 1970, Rev. W. T. Murphy delivers the commencement ad¬ dress, " Mountain Movers. " W ■■ • n ■ r k | :1 I if ' i I || ; i | ff A 14 Largest in A.C. History, Graduates May 24 Linda Teeple and Stan Bertsch take the " final walk " of their high school careers. Larry Zurcher, valedictorian, gets his diploma. Salutatorian Eileen Miller receives her diploma. 15 i Juniors Reign After Departure of Seniors A leading candidate for next year ' s can-can team, Bill Patch shows what he can do when he ' s given a chance. There were a few serious moments during the year . . . or is Rhonda Arnold just a good actress? Mayb it ' s just a confused look as the modular system is unveiled for her . . . wasn ' t everybody a little mixed up? A.C. ' s very own Super Cupid struck throughout the year without regards to Valentines ' Day. Who needs a special day, right, Darrell ? 16 i Discovering, exploring, learning. Finding joy in knowledge or sadness in the lack of it provides a reason to keep trying. With a new modular system and extra opportunities, we used our I.S. to explore ourselves and the world around us. Gaining unequaled experiences helped make 1970 a year for DISCOVERY OF KNOWLEDGE Size, Scope, Appeal The Adams Central Industrial Arts Department offers a variety of courses which range from Woodworking to Home Mechanics. This year the Graphic arts department is a new addition to the curriculum. The department has done practically all school printing. It is an extensive and highly complex department which includes photographic equipment and an offset printing press which each student learns to handle. In the building trades class students study the forms of architecture and make scale model of homes. Drafting students learn the fundamentals of mechanical drawing and drafting. Mrs. Stucky instructs Goldie Hill in laying out a pattern. Dan Funk uses the lathe in constructing a leg for his table. Lynn Roe and Phil Brodbeck work 18 of Central ' s Practical Arts Dep ' t Grow This year in Home Ec the freshmen studied nutrition and made basic break¬ fasts . They also made basic sewing projects. The sophomores studied home nursing, childcare, and luncheons. In sewing they made dresses. For the juniors teas and foreign foods occupied their class hours. They also studied in¬ terior decoration and more advanced sewing. The seniors studied budgeting, consumer buying, individual projects in sewing, and foods for two people. Each student in every, class was required to prepare a home project of some type. Carol Noll and Theresa Everett try their best to save Nancy Fiechter. cedar chest in shop. Sandy Neadstine shows off her homemaking abilities while cleaning the Home Ec room. 19 Juniors end the day by learning the causes of World War II in U. S. history. Social Studies Classes Study Past, Mr. Brown lectures to a history class in large group. One of the main reasons for taking social studies is to see life today in comparison with that of other times, in¬ cluding what has happened and what is to come. By dividing their time between small groups and large groups, stu¬ dents were able to get background ma¬ terial and then make it more relevant through discussions. Mr. Hilbert, Mr. Brown, and Mr. Smith combined to teach world history, U.S. history, government, psychology, sociology, and economics. 20 Souvenirs from her trip to Haiti are featured in Karen Fruchte ' s culture speech for sociology. Stop! Sandy Stucky tests Don Tinkham ' s reaction time in one of many psychology experiments. Evaluate Present, Look to Future The work never stops, does it, Mr. Smith? You could always quit giving grades, you know . . . 21 Last Minute Rushes To Get Assignments " My name is Sue! How do you do? " Tim Soldner ' s never going to live this one down. Aren ' t small groups great for messing around in? The freshmen think so. " Percy Bysche WHO? " Looks of amazement are seen as seniors stare at a lit test. 22 Are Typical of English Students With English classes meeting four times each week, twice for eighty min¬ utes and twice for forty, A.C. English students had their hands full this year. Mrs. Grove kept the seniors ' pencils moving as many could be seen hurriedly scribbling their final ink copy of some literature or comp assignment. Mr. Roth drilled the juniors in the lives of American authors and also led the speech class in a televised " Laugh-In” called " Chuckleberry A.C.H.S. " Guided by Mrs . Wilks, sophomores tried their hands at a term paper, and in the freshman class Miss Rimmel steered her pupils toward better English. " Got you! " Steve Bieberich and Scott Bas¬ sett act out a pantomime for English. The sign? Oh, yeah. " Mr. Roth ' s and Mrs. Grove ' s Sanitation Dep ' t TRUCK. " Chuckleberry had everything . . . Mrs. Garby lectures to a senior class on England. 23 Teaching correct pronunciation was an important function of the language lab. Foreign Languages Broaden Scope of Students Expanding vistas, widening points - of-view--these are reasons for studying foreign languages . Enabling A.C. stu¬ dents to learn about the cultures of Spain, Mexico, and France, Miss Wil¬ liamson and Mrs. Phipps combined classwork, lab exercises, and accounts of personal experiences while they taught. Becky Teeple " talks back " to the lab in her Spanish class. 24 Special Classes Introduce Future Work Exploratory teaching was for seniors who planned to become teachers. The main purpose of this program was to give the students some teaching experi¬ ence before entering college. During the first week of school, 26 starry-eyed students gazed at the con¬ glomerate mess in the electronics cen¬ ter . After they had learned to operate the equipment efficiently (six months and ten million mistakes later), they were taught the theory behind electron¬ ics. Teachers were Mr. Pat Nelson and Mr. Gene Chronister. Tom Stevens and Mr. Ransbottom go over the lesson plans for M.S. math. 25 L A.C. ' s Vocational Ag. and Mechanic Shop The agriculture department of A. C. H. S. had a very productive year. Ag students studied every thing from sheep to hogs, from chickens to soil. A Farm Management project took nearly two months to complete, covering nearly every phase of farming. A supplement to class work was the machine shop and vocational mechanics course. Paul Miller and Don Tinkham checking the spark on a tractor for ag. Mech. Mike Edgell and Arlen Herschy are working on Arlen ' s tractor. 26 I Art, Music Develop Talent, Creativeness Art is something almost everyone enjoys. A.C. ' s art department offered students a chance to learn to draw better and to develop ideas better. This sub¬ ject was enjoyed by those who made the signs and posters around school. Arts and crafts students expressed them¬ selves through leather, paints, and ceramics. The individual practice sessions of¬ fered music students a chance to better themselves as much as they wanted. Extra time was required as both the band and the choir participated in con¬ tests around the state. Co-op Is Reward for Seniors ' Efforts Through the many courses offered at A.C., students became aware of the business world around them . General business, taught by Mr. Hoffman, in¬ troduced the students to this world. Mr. Bryan instructed all in the techniques of bookkeeping. Many girls learned the art of becoming efficient secretaries through shorthand and secretarial train¬ ing, taught by Miss Benz. One-semester courses of business law and sales taught by Mr. Hoffman taught the laws and principles of the business world. Besides the regular typing courses, a new one-semester personal typing course was offered to college-bound students. Seniors who had completed the necessary work were eligible for C.O. E., in which they worked half-days in office jobs. Miss Benz ' s shorthand class isn ' t interested in anything but that tape. Barb Sheets concentrates on her bookkeeping, but Monica Jackson has found some¬ thing more interesting. 28 Jerry Double gets instructions from his C.O.E. super¬ intendent, Tom Wiseman of Decatur Industries. Going through the files at Duo was routine for Janet Riley. C.O.E. advisory board: (L-R) Mr. Allen, Mr. Henry Ford, Mr. Bryan, Mr. Schnepf, Mr. Norman Steury, Mr. Earl Caston. 29 tm Miss Beavers shows Dave Wilder the equation for a parabola. It ' s not the geometry that ' s confusing, it ' s the alphabet you used to think you knew! Well, um- I 11 tell you how I got my answer if you tell me how you came up with yours. " be so enlightening ... Algebra classes can 30 Scientific Minds Work on Class Problems " Math is directly proportional to the time I use for preparation and is in¬ versely proportional to the grade I re¬ ceive . " This is a statement made by a senior math student. Throughout the year students worked problems to earn the approval of Miss Beavers and Mr. Fallis. Many a scholar found that he didn ' t know as much as he thought he did. A.C. ' s math courses included general math, Algebra I and II, geom¬ etry, and senior math. The science classes, especially biology and zoology, made extensive use of the new audio- tutorial system, in which teachers taped most lessons and instructions. This enabled students to proceed at their own rate. Miss Williamson, Mr. Hindenlang, and Mr. Allspaw also taught chemistry, physics, and botany. Dave Fisher and Mark Childs use the ripple tank to study various wave forms, one of the problems in physics. Bob Grove attempts to dissect a frog in the biology lab. Cindy Baker: " My calculations are right, therefore the book must be wrong. " 31 Becky Sommer prepares to return a serve and help her side win in a hard-fought P.E. volleyball game. Physical, Mental Development Stressed Drivers ' Education students began their summer school course in 1970 a little more eagerly than students in other years, if that ' s possible, because they knew that their chances of getting licenses earlier were improved. The reason for this was the new law which stated that those who successfully passed a drivers ' ed. course no longer had to take a driving test before getting that piece of paper. What a relief! " Ugh! Don ' t tell me I really look like that, " was a typical response as health classes probed the workings of the body. 32 Challenge is everywhere. Finding challenge, meeting it, discovering our limitations and discovering our strengths, are all a part of living. In meeting trials every day, sometimes we win, sometimes we face defeat . . . Learning whether we can walk away with a smile, in victory or in defeat, is discovering ourselves, growing up. This was what made 1970 a year for the DISCOVERY OF CHALLENGE A.C. Has an Undefeated Football Season! A.C. 34 — 0 Parkway, Ohio A.C. 22 — 6 Heritage A.C. 20 — 6 Leo A.C. 22 — 12 South Adams A.C. 34 — 7 Carroll A.C. 8 — 0 Woodlan A.C. 44 — 0 Churubusco A.C. 46 — 6 Eastside A.C. 20-- 0 Norwell Victorious Jets show off the trophy they won by beat¬ ing county rival South Adams. fcrrsK a.a;;: ° ■ « " -■ -■ “• « ys®es m. s . ‘.s-asas t- 34 wsam Cecil Campbell leaves the field af¬ ter setting a new record for inter¬ ceptions. " Who said the odds for escaping are good in this game? " Six Jets Named All-Conference Stars; Kolter, Minnich Gain State Recognition This year football at Adams Central could be summed up in one word: VICTORY. Nothing could stop Coach Hilbert ' s Flying Jets as they fought their way up the ladder to the top, compiling a record of 9--0. Named to the All-Conference team were the following: Barry Kolter, offensive back; Paul Jesionowski, offensive lineman; Keith Rich, defensive lineman; Cecil Campbell and Steve Lyons, best defensive backs. Rick Minnich, A.C. ' s leading scorer, ranked second in ACAC scoring and was also named to the team. Kolter and Min¬ nich were honored further by being named to the All-State Honorable mention team. Practice sessions often made the real game seem easy--almost. 35 Allen Stoller receives some last-minute orders from Coach Hilbert before entering the Heritage game. Jim Haugk crosses the goal line as he scores against Chur- ubusco. While leading scorer Rick Minnich scores with inches to spare, Jim Haugk seems glued to the field. 36 Coach Hilbert presents the ACAC trophy to team captains at an all-school as¬ sembly. Team captains (L-R): Paul Jesionowski Rick Minnich Barry Kolter Steve Lyons FRESHMAN FOOTBALL, FRONT ROW (L-R): Mr. Green, J. Wittwer, J. Johnson, J. Foreman, R. Hurst, T. Jackson, J. Bluhm. ROW 2: S. Bassett, M. Kaehr, G. Childs, M. Zurcher, B. Mutschler, T. Becher, R. Gremaux, K. Steffen. ROW 3: D. Eyanson, K. Zimmerman, J. Weisman, D. Kershner, D. Jesionowski, A. Miller, R. Landis, K. Fruechte, J. Houk, D. Harvey. 37 VARSITY BASKETBALL, FRONT ROW (L-R): Dave Fisher, Barry Kolter, Alan Arnold, Mark Childs, Steve Lyons, Allen Stoller, Bill Stoller. ROW 2: Mr. DeTurk, Randy Moser, Rick Minnich, Greg Jesionowski, Tim Soldner, Don Welch and Cecil Campbell, managers. Jets Drop Heartbreaker in Sectional 55 A. C. --Blackford Co. 73 67 A. C. - -Pennville 63 52 A. C. --Norwell 40 54 A.C. --Woodlan 83 53 A. C. --South Adams 66 44 A.C. --Carroll 56 73 A.C. --Churubusco 81 41 A.C. --Bellmont 51 49 A.C. --Bishop Luers 67 63 A.C. --Southern Wells 77 62 A.C. - -Portland 63 63 A.C. --Carroll (A.C.A.C.) 79 84 A.C. --Eastside 73 51 A.C. --Eastbrook 56 63 A.C. --Bryant 76 53 A.C. - -Bluffton 90 54 A.C. --Leo 80 64 A.C. --Bishop Dwenger 77 63 A.C. --Heritage 73 55 A.C. --Bellmont (Sec.) 59 Players move down the floor as the Eagles get the tip. A.C. ' s Rick Minnich stands ready for action as the ball is moved in-bounds. Alan Arnold volunteers: " Don ' t fight about it, boys. I ' ll take it. " 39 JUNIOR VARSITY, FRONT ROW (L-R): Richard Engle, Ron Borne, John Hammond. ROW 2: Alvin Mitchel, Mike Lyons, Jeff Soldner, Kim Fisher, Don Johnson, Mark Steury--manager, Roger Osterman, Dean Leyse, John Gilbert, Dan Funk, Mr. Bryan. 40 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL, FRONT ROW (L-R): Tim Jackson, Stan Fiechter, Jim Johnson, Jack Stepler, DeWayne Haines, Dave Eyanson--manager. ROW 2: Steve Bieberich, Ron Gremaux, Rick Hurst, Ked Ringger, Mark Zurcher, Greg Childs. ROW 3: Dan Kershner, Joel Houk, Andy Miller, Kim Fruechte, Robin Landis, Rodney Bryan--man- ager. Coach: Art Habegger. 41 BASEBALL, FRONT ROW (L-R) Cecil Campbell, Coach John Fallis, Kim Fisher, Ron Borne. ROW 2: Allen Stol- ler, Mike Lyons, Alan Arnold, Dave Fisher, John Hammond, Larry Zurcher. ROW 3: Barry Kolter, Jeff Soldner, Keith Rich, Tim Soldner, Jim Haugk, Steve Lyons. The mood is tense as A.C. takes the offensive during sectional action. 42 BASEBALL SCORES A. C. 1-- 2 Heritage A. C. 10-- 1 Portland A. C. 10-- 3 Southern Wells A. C. 15-- 0 Pennville A. C. 14-- 5 Pennville A. C. 0-- 3 Leo A. C. 0--16 Norwell A. C. 3-- 4 Heritage A. C. 7-- 0 Sectional Pennville A. C. 2-- 9 South Adams RIFLE TEAM RESULTS Won 8, lost 8 . Four-positions team won fourth at the state meet. Girls ' team took first at the NR A Sectional. In individual matches, team members won 97 out of 124. 16 Good old refs never miss a thing, do they, Jim? RIFLE CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R) Shelley Everett--treasurer, Kathy Barger--secretary, Don Andrews--president, Ross Andrews--vice-president, Mr. Hindenlang. ROW 2: Debi Barger, Janice Ross, Lila Barger, Don Harvey, Renee Bebout, Vaughn Reinhart, Tony Braun, Phil Miller, Glen Everett, Margie Cauble, Bertlinde Hilterhaus, Gary Andrews. 43 Cross Country, Track Teams Have Good Year Dave Eyanson catches the pole as Jim Haugk makes it over. Roger Tullis races not only the clock but also that string of guys behind him while winning his event. ■HHhhF v - ¥ " 4 ”1 1 r| I CROSS COUNTRY FRONT ROW (L-R): Kent Steiner, Steve Tullis, Arnold Riley, Dave Wilder, Bill Patch. ROW 2: Phil Miller--manager, Bill Stoller, Randy Moser, Roger Osterman, Gary Tullis, Roger Tullis. Coach--Ed Bryan. 44 1 J fl ■[if, ' I ■ . ! Si M I % [ 1 2||. J. ;■ it e W e " r 1 M jPS m M 0? H larjAHL TRACK FRONT ROW (L-R): Dave Eyanson--manager, Dave Seitz, Coach Art Habegger, Tom Sprunger, Jim Fore¬ man, Kent Steiner, Steve Tullis, Ed Girod, Mark Kaehr, Rex Myers, Scott Bassett. ROW 2: Robin Landis--man- ager, Chuck Hodle, Dale Girod, Leo Heimann, Mike Lyons, Cecil Campbell, Steve Kiser, John Hammond, Roger Tullis, Vic Jordan, Kent Steffen. ROW 3: Don Welch--manager, Kim Fisher, Dave Jesionowski, Gary Tullis, Steve Rich, Corky Girod, Andy Miller, Paul Jesionowski, Alan Arnold, Kim Fruechte, Bruce Slusher, Steve Lyons. 45 VOLLEYBALL TEAM, FRONT ROW (L-R): Stan Fiechter, Darrell Gerig, Paul Shoaf, Ked Ringger, Mike Rauden- bush, Steve Bieberich. ROW 2: Mr. Habegger, Dewayne Haines, Vaughn Reinhart, Tim Soldner, Dean Leyse, Ron Borne. . md PP Mr us ' j • .. mm ■ GOLF TEAM (L-R): Mr. Strahm, Gary Hack, Daryl Allen, Greg Childs, Allen Stoller, Tyler Rupert, Jeff Weisman, Dennis Bailey, Ken Zimmerman, Roger Geyer, John Wittwer. 46 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS (L-R): Jo Brunner, Joy Hammond, Diane Zurcher, Patti Yost. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS (L-R): Cheryl Byerly, Karol Hakes, Connie Stoller. 47 I GAA, FRONT ROW (L-R): Mrs. Stine, Jane Shoaf, Dolores Heimann, Sharon Fiechter, Debbie Everett, Diane Sprunger, Becky Kaehr, Jill Beery, Barb Mailer. ROW 2: Susie Mattax, Shelley Everett, Nancy Fiechter, Karla Yost, Karen Steury, Kathy Hirschy, Diane Sprunger, Cheryll Martin, Marcia Riley. ROW 3: Debi Barger, Pat Tonnelier, Sandy Rhodes, Jo Ann Heimann, Sandy Neadstine, Gwen Everett, Diane Wable, Linda Wulliman, Kathy Barger. ROW 4: Janet Workinger, Barb Nussbaum, Connie Johnson, Nancy Wagley, Connie Stoller, Christi Slusher, Carolyn Clark, Angie Mitchel, Vickie Kolter, Beth Arnold. ROW 5: Dixie Eckrote, Sharon Workinger, Rhonda Arnold, Marilee Gilbert, Kathy Bieberich, Sherri Schrock, Patty Sauers, Patti Yost, Pam Isch, Vicki Schrock, Terri Morningstar. G. A. A. Officers: Dolores Heimann, Secretary Sharon Fiechter, President Mrs. Stine Debbie Everett, Vice-president Diane Sprunger, Treasurer 48 o To get involved in something--any¬ thing--is extremely important. Whether staying late to get that part just right or running around in a last-minute rush to meet a deadline, trying to raise funds for the club ' s big night out or giving up valuable Saturdays to do judging, each of us made 1970 the year for our own DISCOVERY OF COMMITMENT ' i " NHS FRONT ROW: Diane Zurcher, Sarah Geimer, Eileen Miller, Rhonda Arnold, Bertlinde Hilterhaus, Miss Beav¬ ers. ROW 2: Bob Morrison, Debbie Hack, Annie Engle, Carol Germann, Kris Mutschler, Ruth Baker, Sharon Kaehr, Cheryll Martin, Daryl Allen. ROW 3: Alan Arnold, Dave Zoll, Paul Jesionowski, Tim Soldner, Keith Rich, Gary Tullis, Mark Childs, Karleen Nussbaum. ROW 4: Joe Rich, Steve Tullis, Barry Liechty, Larry Zurcher, Mel Liechty, Dennis Bailey, Darrel Gerig, Tom Stevens. NHS Entertains Honor Students in Spring " Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service " was the motto of the National Honor Society. Led by pres. Keith Rich, v.p. Larry Zurcher, and sec. -treas. Cheryll Martin, the organization consisted of eighteen seniors and twelve juniors. Nov. 17 proved to be the big day for the eighteen new members who were tagged. On April 27, the club sponsored its annual all-school party for honor roll students. Formal induction for the probationary mem¬ bers was held on May 5. NHS officers: Cheryll Martin, Miss Beavers, Keith Rich, Larry Zurcher. 50 Football Homecoming Initiated by Council STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED (L-R): Sherri Schrock--treasurer, Bob Morrison--vice-president, Tim Steury--pres- ident, Cheryl Byerly--secretary. STANDING: Mr. Hilbert, Mark Steury, Bill Stoller, Dean Leyse, Andy Miller, Dave Zoll, Dave Fisher, Beth Arnold, Karen Steury, Mrs. Stucky. Changing the election procedures for the Student Council meant choosing officers and representatives from-among four " political parties " in the spring. Those chosen to lead the group were Tim Steury, Bob Morrison, Cheryl Byerly, and Sherri Schrock. Once they were in office, mem¬ bers offered suggestions, based on stu¬ dents ' requests, to the administration throughout the year. Getting to work as soon as school started, the council spon¬ sored A. C. ' s first football Homecoming, featuring a parade, coronation ceremonies, and a dance. Another year-long task was to paint the Commons and keep it clean. Senior girls dance to the music of the " Fewdle Lords " at the Student Council-sponsored Homecom¬ ing dance. 51 JET JOURNAL STAFF, FRONT ROW (L-R): Mrs. Grove, Judy Gremaux, RoyaAnn Stucky, Cheryll Martin, Becky Yost, Debbie Hack, Karen Moeschberger, Dolores Heimann, Miss Benz. ROW 2: Linda Mattax, Ruth Baker, News Ed. Virgene Lengerich, Kris Mutschler, Feature Editor Sarah Geimer, Cindy Hoffman, Diane Hoffman, Linda Hei¬ mann, Exchange Ed. Donna Hoffman, Debi Barger. ROW 3: Janet Riley, Rhonda Arnold, Ass ' t Ed. Darrell Gerig, Jim Patrick, Tom Garner, Paul Jesionowski, Editor Larry Zurcher, Sports Ed. Dennis Bailey, Kathy Bieberich, Patti Yost, Rosie Braun. Jet Journal Becomes Regular Bi-Weekly Junior girls order their ad for the sectional edition. " Buy your new Jet Journal here for only ten cents! " This cry could be heard quite distinctly in the halls every-other - Friday as the papers, which were print¬ ed in Decatur, went on sale. Writers for the paper were kept busy all the time as deadlines came every two weeks without fail, but those special eight-page edi¬ tions really made things hectic. In order to boost its funds, the Jet Journal staff sponsored the coat check at home bas¬ ketball games and hosted the Klem Kad- diddlehopper Klop (that ' s a dance) on March 6. Fall Delivery Means More Complete Coverage Adding sixteen pages and changing to a fall delivery enabled the annual staff to provide a more complete outlook on the school year. Staff members found that the work is not as easy as it looks when they attended some pretty hectic after-school and late-night sessions of writing copy, drawing layouts, and cropping pictures in their effort to meet oncoming deadlines. It is their hope that they have provided a book that will provide memories both now and years from today. Ass ' t Ed Gary Tullis, Mr. Shoup, Ed. Ruth Baker. DCEN-TRAILS STAFF, FRONT ROW (L-R): S. Stucky, P. Shoaf, D. Allen, G. Tullis, R. Baker, S. Tullis, E. Geyer, M. Gerber, L. Fairchild, C. Lawson, S. Fiechter. ROW 2: L. Mattax, T. Longenberger, B. Morrison, D. Gaunt, L. Heimann, R. Braun, T. Stevens, S. Bertsch, M. Kaehr, B. Hiterhaus, L. Heimann, K. Shaffer. ROW 3: R. Stucky, C. Germann, K. Mutschler, S. Lyons, K. Nussbaum, S. Smith, D. Bailey, S. Geimer, K. Gerber, E. Miller, A. Mitch, D. Hoffman, D. Hack. ROW 4: J. Redding, A. Stepler, J. Myers, C. Campbell, D. Fruchte, B. Bryan, A. Shifferiy, C. Martin. ROW 5: D. Fisher, F. Patrick, V. Reinhart, M. Liechty, P. Jesionowski, T. Soldner, K. Rich, A. Stoller, J. Haugk, M. Childs, B. Kolter, J. Riley. 53 I Practice Hours Pay When " Like Father, Like ’ ' irarT 5 ML A Jm A ic A HE iKa y -m . k. ' mm gjk i -i ■ mkf f sH T id Jt 1, ft If w jpfit A DRAMA CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R): L. Mattax, N. Beer, A. Aschliman, K. Steury, J. Gremaux, D. Barger, L. Wulliman, S. Christman, D. Heimann, L. Aschliman, J. Shoaf, S. Stucky, C. Eyanson, Mrs. Grove. ROW 2: S. Ehrsam, C. Martin, L. Gaunt, C. Steiner, B. Nussbaum, S. Smith, K. Gerber, S. Workinger, B. Yost, A. Engle, C. Stoller, K. Arnold, C. LaFontaine, D. Hack, P. Mauller. ROW 3: J. Riley, L. Braun, B. Zoll, D. Longenberger, D. Eckrote, M. Jackson, C. Noll, E. Gerber, B. Sheets, C. Hoffman, V. Lengerick, S. Mankey, D. Sprunge r, C. Slusher, A. Yost, C. Balsiger. ROW 4: M. Steury, C. Germann, V. Schrock, C. Byerly, T. Morningstar, C. Rich, D. Clark, D. Smith, S. Kaehr, M. Cauble, D. Nussbaum, P. Yost, J. Merriman, L. Gerber, D. Borne. ROW 5: S. Tullis, C. Campbell, M. Nussbaum, K. Bieberich, R. Braun, S. Geimer, B. Bryan, K. Nussbaum, D. Bailey, K. Mutschler, K. Fisher, L. Heimann, R. Arnold, D. Allen, B. Morrison. ROW 6: L. Zurcher, S. Lyons, D. Fisher, M. Childs, M. Campbell, K. Rich, D. Leyse, T. Soldner, B. Miller, P. Jesionowski, R. Minnich, D. Zoll, A. Stoller, B. Kolter, A. Arnold, D. McCullough. j j I Townspeople enjoy the festivities as John Hammond draws the " winner " in the lottery. Cheryll Martin changes Bob Morrison into a new man before his performance in " Footfalls. " 54 Son ' " The Lottery, " " Footfalls " Are Hits Boaz Portuguez, played by Mark Childs, attempts to find the murderer. Dave Fisher and Dave Zoll in " Like Father, Like Son " : " We’re dying! Help! " 55 FFA, FRONT ROW (L-R): K. Barger (Sweetheart), R. Moser, J. Johnson, D. Reinhard, D. Wilder, K. Kauffman, S. Neiford. ROW 2: Mr. Watson, S. Lantz, R. Cook, D. Fairchild, E. Girod, R. Engle, D. Allen, J. Johnson, J. Chap¬ man, M. Kaehr, Mr. Kipfer. ROW 3: M. Klinger, A. Riley, T. Becher, D. Tinkham, J. Connelley, M. Edgell, J. Nussbaum, R. Rehm, V. Bowers, T. Moser. ROW 4: R. Loshe, G. Gerber, G. Grove, G. Hart, J. Houk, D. Rauch, V. Steiner, A. Hirschy, W. Johnson, T. Steffen, R. Reinhard. ROW 5: A. Nussbaum, D. Dailey, D. hunger, V. Peterson, D. Thomas, D. Funk, P. Miller, T. Biberstine, T. Straub, D. Roe, D. Johnson, D. Haines, T. Reinhart. FFA Boys Take FHonors in Area Contests The Adams Central F.F.A. is active in the following Judging Contests: Live¬ stock, Dairy, Soil, and Vegetables. F.F.A. boys took trips to the National Livestock Show at Chicago and to lead¬ ing businesses. The F.F.A. sponsored a Chicken Barbeque and a Thanksgiving Program. They had 5 acres of soybeans, and also planted Apple Trees and Grape Vines. Richard Aschliman, Dean Rein¬ hard, and Walt Johnson made State Farmer. Dean Reinhard made District Star Farmer. Senior boys work on their farm blueprints for FFA. 56 FFA STATE JUDGING TEAMS, FRONT--Dairy: Vic Steiner, Mike Klinger, Richard Engle, Greg Gerber. REAR--Soil: Ted Steffen, Art Nussbaum, Walter Johnson, Dean Reinhard. FFA OFFICERS (L-R): Dean Reinhard, Pres.; Randy Moser, Sentinel; Kerry Kauffman, Reporter; Jack Johnson, Sec.; Steve Neiford, Treas.; Mr. Watson, sponsor. Not pictured--Dave Wilder, v.p. 57 SUNSHINE SOCIETY, FRONT ROW: Mrs. P. Stuckey, S. Stucky, J. Suman, K. Shaffer, A. Engle, R. Braun, D. Barger, K. Klopfleisch, J. Redding, C. Martin, D. Hack, L. Mattax, Mrs. R. Stucky. ROW 2: C. Lawson, M. Ger¬ ber, K. Gerber, C. Balsiger, S. Smith, J. Becher, C. Ringger, D. Gaunt, S. Geimer, E. Miller, K. Fruchte, B. Bryan, K. Nussbaum, K. Mutschler, C. Reinhart, J. Riley, P. Hill, D. Heyerly, P. Mauller. ROW 3: L. Fairchild, B. Hilterhaus, M. Thatcher, J. Shoaf, P. Shoaf, E. Eckhart, K. Moeschberger, L. Aschliman, L. Wulliman, B. Yost, K. Steury, C. Baker, A. Aschliman, E. Kipfer, C. Cook, N. Beer, L. Heimann, A. Shifferly, A. Mitch. ROW 4: S. Kaehr, J. Brunner, B. Nussbaum, B. Sheets, M. Jackson, J. Zurcher, L. Wilder, D. Neadstine, B. Teeple, R. Gar¬ wood, J. Merriman, D. Zimmerman, D. Hoffman, V. Shoaf, C. Germann, C. Steiner, P. Tonnelier, D. Zurcher, J. Hammond. ROW 5: L. Gerber, C. Pierce, J. Patrick, J. Miller, S. Workinger, D. Nussbaum, D. Everett, R. Arnold, K. Bieberich, J. Gremaux, K. Hakes, P. Campbell, M. Nussbaum, M. Cauble, V. Schrock, P. Yost, C. Noll, E. Gerber, B. Neuenschwander, P. Hirschy. ROW 6: S. Myers, D. Roe, C. Stoller, S. Bertsch, V. Lengerich, K. Hirschy, J. Irwin, I. Kaehr, C. Rhodes, B. Mailer, C. Slusher, D. Longenberger, S. Mankey, N. Fiechter, D. Hei¬ mann, L. Heyerly, A. Yost, S. Ehrsam, C. LaFontaine, L. Gaunt, K. Arnold, S. Wolfe. ROW 7: L. Braun, M. Am- stutz, P. Patton, J. Funk, P. Isch, D. Sprunger, C. Rich, C. Hoffman, B. Sommer, C. Teeple, S. Fawbush, S. Kaehr, T. Momingstar, C. Byerly, J. Arnold, B. Sheehan, B. Zoll, D. Eckrote, K. Ehrman, L. Adler, T. Everett. Sunshine Members Concentrate on " Others " Officers: Mrs. Stucky Debi Barger, Vice-pres. Rosie Braun, President Kathie Klopfleisch, Corr. Sec. Roy a Ann Stucky, Treasurer Mrs. Stuckey Not pictured: Ann Engle, Rec. Sec. 58 Sweetheart Banquet Held on Valentine ' s Day Trying to keep a secret all year long proved to be a harder task than it first seemed for many Sunshine girls as they at- temped to keep their Ideal Ladies guessing until the May 1 tea. After new members were inducted on Sept. 22, everybody pre¬ pared for a busy year. A Ma-Pa-and-Me Potluck on May 10 and Daddy Date Night on March 13 provided entertainment for parents. After an evening of carolling on Dec. 11, Sunshine girls returned to school for their Christmas party. Weeks of prep¬ aration proved worthwhile as the Sweet¬ heart Banquet was held on Valentine’s Day. The final activity for Sunshine this year was the Senior breakfast, which was held on May 22. The Sweetheart Banquet was held Feb. 14. 59 I Speech Club Presents ' Chuckleberry ACHS ' A. C. ' s Speech Club proved that there really is hidden talent around the halls of Adams Central, as members wrote and presented " Chuckleberry A. C. H. S. ”, a take-off on television’s Laugh-In. Sponsor¬ ing a dance after the Bryant game, mem¬ bers made enough money to sponsor a speech team. The team, in its first year at A.C., traveled to area schools to partici¬ pate in meets. Officers for the year were Sharon Kaehr, pres.; Paul Jesionowski, v.p.; Deb Nussbaum, sec.; and Dave Clark, treas. A.C. ' s busy speech team ignores Mr. Roth and takes a well-deserved break. SPEECH CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R): Barb Nussbaum, Linda Mattax, Karen Steury, Sharon Workinger, Debbie Nuss¬ baum, Sharon Kaehr. ROW 2: Mr. Roth, Cindy Balsiger, Sarah Geimer, Karleen Nussbaum, Kris Mutschler, Myra Gerber, ' Ruth Baker. ROW 3: Larry Zurcher, John Myers, Darrell Gerig, Steve Lyons, Dennis Bailey, Becky Bryan, Dave Clark. ROW 4: Allen Stoller, Rick Minnich, Ti m Soldner, Karen Fruchte, Paul Jesionowski, Keith Rich, Mark Childs, Barry Kolter, Bill Stoller. 60 ART CLUB, SEATED (L-R): Mrs. Weber, Dave Clark--president; Lynnette Wilder--vice-president; Vicky Shoaf-- secretary-treasurer. STANDING: Karen Moeschberger, Linda Heimann, Diane Hoffman, Rod Owens, Mark Steury, Jim Patrick, Len Heimann, Elaine Eckhart, Dave Eyanson, Scott Bassett. Artists Develop Talent, Appreciation Numerous field trips to museums and regional campuses for art appreciation were taken by the Art Club. A Christmas party at Mrs. Weber ' s home was held on December 22. The club, with pres. Dave Clark, v.p. Lynnette Wilder, sec.-treas. Vicky Shoaf, and reporter Diane Hoffman, sponsored a car wipe on April 25 in order to raise money for their spring trip to Ball State University in Muncie. Jim Patrick works on his wood carving for Art Club. 61 Spanish, French Clubs Share Cultures SPANISH CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R): J. Shoaf, D. Hack ' , K. Hirschy, K. Arnold, D. Leyse, D. Smith, L. Braun, C. LaFountain, C. Baker, E. Kipfer, R. Baker, Miss Williamson. ROW 2: C. Stoller, J. Redding, C. Balsiger, K. Ger¬ ber, B. Yost, B. Neuenschwander, D. Everett, B. Nussbaum, S. Smith, S. Stucky, K. Hakes, L. Gaunt. ROW 3: A. Engle, D Longenberger, V. Lengerich, M. Gerber, D. Eckrote, J. Miller, B. Sheehan, J. Becher, B. Teeple, J. Funk, C. Steiner, C. Pierce. ROW 4: C. Hoffman, D. Zimmerman, C. Eyanson, J. Merriman, C. Teeple, Carol • ruc lte Miller, C. Rich, D. Gaunt, P. Hill, L. Gerber, D. Neadstine. ROW 5: P. Yost, K. Bieber- lch D. Gerig T. Sprunger, G. Gerber, A. Mitchel, B. Stoller, S. Kiser, J. Myers, G. Schmitt, D. Wilder, J. Rich, R A ™ 0 i d - ROW 6: A Arnold M. McKean, D. Andrews, P. Miller, R. Rich, R. Minnich, G. Jesionow- ski, B. Miller, B. Schug, T. Rupert, L. Zurcher, J. Haugk, B. Kolter. Miss Williamson and Virgene Lengerich help Barry Kolter get ready to TRY to break a Spanish pinata. Under the direction of Miss William¬ son, Spanish Club members sold Christ¬ mas candy, candles, and other items during November. They celebrated Christmas by using the profits to pay for the Spanish-French Club Christmas party on Dec. 11. Led by pres. Dave Smith, the club members sponsored a dance after the Norwell game. Senior members were honored on April 17 with a catered meal of Spanish food, which was fol¬ lowed by a dance. Other officers were Dean Leyse, v. p.; Kathy Hirschy, sec.; Kathy Arnold, treas.; and Lois Braun, reporter. While Combining for Christmas Party FRENCH CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R): C. Campbell--vice-president, B. Morrison--president, S. Kaehr--secretary, K. Fisher--treasurer, Mrs. Phipps. ROW 2: D. Zurcher, S. Bassett, K. Moeschberger, B. Sprunger, L. Barger, B. Kaehr, J. Hammond. ROW 3: M. Caudle, S. Bertsch, B. Patch, J. Foreman, M. Kaehr, V. Lengerich, S. Kaehr, J. Gremaux. ROW 4: A. Yost, N. Wagley, S. Workinger, D. Lengerich, M. Nussbaum, D. Nussbaum, B. Zoll, S. Man- key, S. Mailer. ROW 5: D. Welch, M. Childs, A. Stoller, T. Soldner, D. Fisher, J. Hammond, J. Soldner, C. Foor, C. Byerly, T. Morningstar. Although they may never hit the big time, French Club dancers gave it a good try at their first (and last) appearance on Dec. 11. In the words of French Club sponsor Mrs. Phipps, the club ' s Homecoming float was " a disaster. " The problem? Its only support was a bicycle wheel, so it broke. They had better luck the rest of the year, though. If the club was known for one thing, it would have to be for those seven little can-can dancers at the Christmas party. Spring brought with it a car wipe and a bake sale to pay for the big project—the French dinner at Johnell’s, the most exclusive restau¬ rant in Fort Wayne, was held on May 5. 63 PEP CLUB: KNEELING: J. Hammond, D. Zurcher, J. Brunner, P. Yost. FRONT ROW: C. Stoller, K. Shaffer, P. Mauller, B. Bryan, S. Geimer, K. Nussbaum, R. Braun, K. Mutschler, S. Stucky, C. Martin, K. Hakes, C. Byerly. ROW 2: J. Becher, M. Gerber, D. Gaunt, E. Miller, M. Thatcher, N. Beer, J. Shoaf, L. Aschliman, E. Kipfer, C. Cook, S. Smith, C. Balsiger, K. Gerber, J. Redding, L. Mattax, D. Hack. ROW 3: K. Steury, L. Gerber, J. Merri- man, C. Germann, B. Sheets, M. Cauble, M. Nussbaum, R. Arnold, M. Jackson, C. Steiner, S, Workinger, D. Nussbaum, C. Noll, E. Gerber, D. Everett, A. Engle. ROW 4: S. Kaehr, L. Wulliman, P. Tonnellier, P. Hirschy, B. Neuenschwander, S. Myers, D. Heimann, V. Lengerich, S. Wolfe, J. Gremaux, C. Pierce, J. Patrick, V. Shoaf J. Zurcher, B. ' ' lost, D. Barger. ROW 5: W. Hirschy, B. Mailer, C. LaFontaine, S. Ehrsam, K. Arnold, S. Mankey, K. Klopfleisch, K. Ehrman, L. Heyerly, K. Hirschy, C. Rhodes, A. Yost, L. Gaunt, N. Fiechter, I. Kaehr, B. Nuss- baum ROW 6: D. Roe, D. Longenberger, B. Zoll, D. Sprunger, J. Arnold, C. Teeple, T. Morningstar, S. Fawbush, Kaehr, P. Isch, C. Rich, J. Funk, L. Braun, C. Slusher, B. Sommer, D. Eckrote. ROW 7: L. Miller, J. Miller, P. Ogg, L. Barger, L. Yost, J. Heimann, T. Miller, S. Rhodes, S. Neadstine, A. Mitchel, K. Barger, E. Watkins, E). prunger, K. Yost, B. Kaehr, S. Mattax. ROW 8: S. Everett, J. Thatcher, B. Sprunger, R. Mihm, J. Geisel, C. Johnson, P. Sauers, S. Schrock, D. Lengerich, V. Kolter, M. Bieberich, N. Wagley, J. Workinger, B. Arnold M Riley, M. Noll. TWIRLERS, TOP TO BOTTOM, from right: Sherri Schrock Rhonda Arnold Janet Workinger Sharon Mankey Kathy Arnold Susie Smith Sandy Neadstine LETTERMEN ' S CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R): Roger Geyer, John Hammond, Darrell Gerig, Mike Lyons, Alvin Mitchel, Kim Fisher, Cecil Campbell, Dave Wilder, Mr. Hilbert. ROW 2: Steve Tullis, Bill Stoller, V.P. Dave Fisher, Barry Kolter, Phil Miller, Don Andrews, Gary Tullis, Alan Arnold, Mark Childs, Pres. Steve Lyons, Rex Tharpe. ROW 3: Paul Shoaf, Marty Shaffer, Vaughn Reinhart, Ross Andrews, Larry Zurcher, Jim Haugk, Mike Campbell, Gary Grove, Don Welch, Jeff Soldner, Alan Hamilton, Steve Foreman. ROW 4: Tony Braun, Dave Zoll, Sec. Paul Jesionowski, Roger Osterman, Steve Rich, Tim Soldner, Greg Jesionowski, Randy Moser, Dean Leyse, Corky Girod, Allen Stoller, Treas. Keith Rich. POM POM: Pat Tonnellier, Carolyn Bebout, Debbie Nussbaum, Kathy Bieberich, Margie Cauble, Cathy Eyanson, Carolyn Steiner, Connie Johnson, CENTER: Monica Jackson. 65 ROW 1 (1-r): B. Sheets, L. Gerber, C. Steiner, J. Heimann, L. Barger, B. Sprunger, M. Gerber. ROW 2: M. Jack- son, S. Christman, E. Gerber, B. Nussbaum, D. Eckrote, D. Borne, J. Gerber, B. Zoll, J. Slusher, K. Moeschberger. ROW 3: P. Isch, B. Kaehr, V. Kolter, E. Watkins, S. Mattax, K. King, D. Gerig, J. Rich, D. Everett, B. Slusher, R Borne, K. Steiner, R. Gerber, G. Gerber. ROW 4: C. Germann, J. Shoaf, C. Fruchte, A. Mitchel, K. Fruchte, A. Engle, M. Childs, M. Steury, D. Smith, A. Miller, R. Bryan, A. Heyerly, D. Clark, M. Leichty. 66 I Practice Hours Pay; Bands, Choirs Honored Competing in area contests through¬ out the year, the bands and choirs won both individual and group medals . The top individual award winners were Larry Zurcher and Steve Tullis, who received perfect ratings at the state contest. Also, Dave Zoll, winner in a Young Mu¬ sicians ' Contest, was a guest soloist with the Indianapolis symphony orches¬ tra. Mrs. Betty Lee served as director of the high school choi r, girls ' glee club, and swing choir, which was new this year. Directing the stage band and concert band was Mr. Zoll. He was also in charge of the marching band. The music department performed in concerts all year, highlighted in the spring by the Pops Concert and the Spring Concert. ROW 1 (L-R): R. Arnold, D. Sprunger, S. Schrock, C. Johnson, P. Sauers, D. Sprunger, S. Kaehr. ROW 2: J. Mer- riman, C. Slusher, T. Morningstar, B. Sommer, N. Adler, G. Tullis, D. Allen, S. Tullis, D. Zoll. ROW 3: K. Bar¬ ger, S. Bassett, D. Eyanson, K. Zimmerman, M. Zurcher, K. Fruechte, S. Bieberich, R. Landis, J. Blohm, R. Tul¬ lis, J. Geisel, S. Nussbaum, J. Rich, D. Barger. ROW 4: D. Leyse, R. Reynolds, B. Arnold, T. Soldner, G. Childs, A. Mitchel, J. Soldner, A. Arnold, B. Morrison, L. Zurcher. m. £ - IHpJI 67 p PEP BAND, FRONT ROW (L-R): K. Moeschberger, L. Zurcher, B. Morrison, D. Smith, R. Bryan. ROW 2: S. Kaehr, J. Funk, J. Shoaf, L. Gerber, C. Germann. ROW 3: D. Allen, S. Tullis, G. Tullis, D. Zoll, J. Rich, S. Nussbaum. ROW 4: A. Heyerly, G. Gerber, K. Steiner, B. Slusher, J. Rich, D. Gerig, D. Everett. MARCHING BAND, ROW 2 (L-R): R. Landis, D. Borne, D. Smith, D. Barger, A. Engle, J. Shoaf, E. Watkins, (Twirlers) B Sprunger, D. Sprunger, B. Kaehr, L. Barger, M. Gerber, C. Martin, D. Allen, R. Tullis. ROW 3: S. Christman, E. Gerbe’r S. Tullis, R. Gerber, K. Barger, B. Arnold, C. Fruchte, J. Geisel, K. King, P. Sauers, B. Sommer, B. Morrison, S. Bassett, K. Zim¬ merman, D. Eyanson, G. Childs, S. Bieberich, R. Bryan, D. Smith. ROW 4: B. Nussbaum, P. Isch, B. Zoll, V. Kolter, A. Mit- chel, J. Heimann, C. Slusher, T. Momingstar, K. Moeschberger, D. Everett, B. Sheets, J. Merriman, L. Gerber, C. Germann K. Fruchte, M. Zurcher, A. Arnold, J. Rich, K. Steiner, R. Gerber, J. Rich. ROW 5: J. Funk, D. Sprunger, S. Kaehr, P. Hei-’ mann, D. Zoll, L. Zurcher, B. Slusher, S. Mailer, D. Clark, R. Reynolds, D. Leyse, A. Heyerly, T. Soldner, B. Liechty M Steury, J. Soldner, N. Adler, G. Tullis, A. Mitchel, D. Allen, D. Gerig, R. Borne. GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB, FRONT ROW (L-R): S. Christman, A. Aschliman, J. Beery, J. Shoaf, N. Beer, S. Mattox, C. Martin, D. Barger, M. Riley, A. Engle, P. Mauller, C. Steiner. ROW 2: Mrs. Lee, L. Wulliman, C. Balsiger, L. Mattox, J. Miller, D. Sprunger, G. Patrick, M. Noll, S. Rhodes, K. Mutschler, R. Arnold. ROW 3: B. Sheets, J. Becher, I. Kaehr, K. Shaffer, K. Moeschberger, K. Sprunger, V. Kolter, M. Bieberich, J. Geisel, S. Burkhart, D. Biberstine, D. Wable, J. Heimann. ROW 4: V. Schrock, D. Everett, M. Jackson, C. Eyanson, L. Heyerly, B. Mai¬ ler, P. Isch, D. King, M. Manley, M. Gilbert, J. Redding, J. Zurcher, V. Shoaf, J. Patrick. ROW 5: M. Cauble, A. Shifferly, E. Gerber, C. Noll, L. Gerber, J. Merriman, K. Nussbaum, K. Fruchte, S. Geimer, C. Johnson, P. Sauers, M. Nussbaum, C. Germann, D. Borne, A. Mitchel, S. Schrock. 69 SWING CHOIR: FRONT ROW (L-R): J. Shoaf, L. Mattax, L. Wulliman, P. Mauller, C. Steiner, D. Barger, C. Martin. ROW 2: B. Sheets, J. Becher, S. Geimer, K. Nussbaum, M. J. Nussbaum, R. Arnold, S. Schrock. ROW 3: S. Lyons, R. Bryan, B. Slusher, A. Stoller, D. Zoll, M. Childs, D. Clark, D. Gerig. CHOIR, FRONT ROW (L-R): M. Gilbert, C. Martin, J. Redding, D. Barger, G. Patrick, D. Biberstine, P. Mauller L. Wulliman, L. Mattax, J. Shoaf, J. Beery, S. Mattax. ROW 2: S. Rhodes, B. Mailer, L. Heyerly, A. Engle J. S Burkhart, D. Wable, C. Steiner, I. Kaehr, A. Mitchel, J. Heimann, M. Noll, A. Aschliman, S. Bassett. ROW 3: N. Beer, D. Sprunger, K. King, M. Manley, A. Shifferly, V. Kolter, E. Gerber, P. Isch, M. Bieberich, J. Geisel, K. Mutschler, C. Balsiger, K. Shaffer. ROW 4: D. Everett, C. Eyanson, J. Zurcher, V. Shoaf, L. Gerber, B. Sheets, M. Jackson, M. Cauble, S. Mailer, V. Schrock, C. Germann, J. Becher, J. Merriman, J. Patrick, C. Noll, S. Christman. ROW 5: D. Borne, D. Steury, R. Arnold, D. Gerig, M. Nussbaum, P. Sauers, K. Nussbaum, D. Zoll, K. Fruchte, M. Childs, B. Slusher, S. Schrock, S. Geimer, C. Johnson, R. Bryan, J. Slusher, M. Raudebush. Not Pictured: A. Reiff. T E | S A i FRONT ROW: Arlene Aschliman, Nancy Beer, Jayne Suman, Kathy Shaffer, Pam Shoaf, Elaine Eckhart. ROW 2: Loretta Aschliman, Karen Steury, Linda Heimann, Linda Teeple, Arlene Shifferly, Ruth Baker, LaVonne Fairchild, Judy Gremaux. ROW 3: Bertlinde Hilterhaus, Virgene Lengerich, Becky Sheehan, Kathy Bie- MiUer H ° ffman ’ Sandy Fawbush Rosie Braun Diane Hoffman, Donna Zimmerman, Janet Riley, Therese Youth, a time of discovering our¬ selves and one another. We learned to get along even while competing against each other, but just as important is the fact that we worked and co-operated among ourselves at ALL times. The collection of administrators, employees, and students at A.C. made 1970 a great year for the DISCOVERY OF LOYALTY Administration Initiates Modular System Facing what seemed to many to be an impossible task, Mr. A. F. Allen, Super¬ intendent of Schools, and the Adams Cen¬ tral School Board showed that even the hardest of tasks could be completed. After overseeing the entire building program, they began setting up the new flexible scheduling in order to make the most of the available facilities. Along with the other administrative personnel, Mr. Allen and the School Board made sure that the school year went as smoothly as possible in the midst of the confusion which comes with something new and different. SCHOOL BOARD (L-R): Earl Gerber; Harvey L. Jones, V.P.; Howard E. Habegger, Sec.; Harry Raudenbush, Pres.; Floyd Engle, Laurel Mattax, Melvin I. Weisman. Mr. A. F. Allen, Superintendent 72 Mr. James Engle, High School Principal Mr. Robert Shoup, Assistant Principal Mr. Kenneth Payne, Middle School Principal, Athletic Director. 73 Mr. Stewart Schnepf, Mr. Donald Rush, Elementary School Principal Guidance Counselor 74 Mrs. Flo Brandt, High School Secretary Mrs. Kathy Liechty, Guidance Secretary Mrs. Rose Jackson, Middle School Secretary Mrs. Sandy Mutschler, Elementary Secretary Mrs. Earleen Steffen, Supt ' s Office Mrs. Karen Kraner, Supt ' s Office Mrs. Karen Beer, School Nurse Mrs. Eloise Nussbaum, Teachers ' Aide Mrs. Carolyn Sprunger, Teachers ' Aide Mrs. Cynthia Mitchel, Teachers ' Aide 75 Mrs. Doris Burkhead, Library clerk Mrs. Betty Addison, M.S., Home Eco¬ nomics. Mr. Tom Adler, M.S., Math. 1 1 lay ■ bmI » n 1 S I Mr. Richard Allspaw, Physics and Chemistry Mrs. Sharon Allspaw, El. Librarian Mrs. Mary Amstutz, El. Music Mrs. Bertha Anderson, Grade 2 Miss Mary Baker, Grade 1 Mrs. Frances Beaty, Special Ed. Miss Lucile Beavers, H.S. Mathematics Miss Sandra Benz, Business Mr. Robert Brown, Social Studies 76 Mr. Ed Bryan, Business Mrs. Delores Byerly, Grade 4 Mr. Gene Chronister, Electronics Miss Darlene Crose, Kindergarten Mrs. Esther Dellinger, Grade 5 Miss Nancy Derhammer, Special Ed. Mr. Lee DeTurk, M.S., Science, Coach. Mrs. Mary Egly, M.S., Social Studies. Mr. Elmer Ehrsam, M.S., English. Mr. John Fallis, Math., Coach. Mrs. Sheryl Frahm, Grade 2 Mr. Norman Glass, M.S., Social Studies. 77 Mr. David Gorrell, Grade 5 Mr. Frank Green, M.S., Science. Mrs. June Grove, H.S. English Mr. Art Habegger, E1. P.E. Mrs. Martha Habegger, Grade 1 Mrs. Veda Haggard, Grade 4 Mr. Ted Hakes, Ind. Arts Mr. Walter Henkel, M.S., Music. Mr. Fred Hilbert, W. History, P.E., Health. Mr. Gene Hindenlang, Science Mr. Doug Huffman, Business Mrs. Helen Inniger, Grade 3 78 Mr. Jay Johnson, M.S., Math. Miss Mary Johnson, Reading Mrs. Phyllis Johnson, Grade 3 Mr. Wm. Kipfer, Ind. Arts Margaret Kuhn, Grade 4 Mrs. Betty Lee, Music Miss Helen Mayer, Grade 4 Miss Gerda Mazelin, El. Art Mrs. Dolores Mitchel, Grade 3 Mr. Robert Mossburg, M.S., Social Studies. Mrs. Barbara Myers, Grade 2 Mr. Pat Nelson, Electronics 79 Mrs. Lois Nichols, Kingergarten Mrs. Janice Phipps, French Mr. Robert Ransbottom, M.S., Math. Miss M. Elline Rimmell, English Mr. Larry Roth, Speech, English. Mrs. Rachel Schaadt, Grade 5 80 Mrs. Dawn Smith, Grade 2 1 ■ Mr. Wayne Smith, Social Studies Miss Rebecca Soldner, Grade 1 Miss Janice Soldner, Kindergarten Mr. Don Sprunger, M. S., English. Mr. Joe Sprunger, M.S., Science. Mrs. Margaret Sprunger, Grade 1 Mrs. Mary Ann Stine, P.E. and Health Mr. Leo Strahm, M.S., English and Coach. Mrs. Pat Stucky, Home Ec. Mrs. Rowena Stucky, Librarian Mrs. Vera Teeter, Grade 5 4 Mr. Martin Watson, Agriculture Mrs. Sandra Weber, Art Miss Emma Lou Whittenbarger, Grade 3 Mrs. Carmen Wilks, English Miss Mary Williamson, Spanish and Science Mr. David Zoll, Music 82 BUS DRIVERS, FRONT ROW (L-R): Bud Fisher, Obed Gerber, Austin Merriman, Charles Workinger, Harold Bar¬ ger, Joyce Genth, Doris Fisher, Jerry Gerber, Jim Nussbaum, John Johnson. ROW 2: Rene Brandt, Loris Rich, Charles Morrison, Harry Kershner, Joe Stevens, Lester Adler, Clarence Black, John Genth, Luther Engle, Dan Ha- begger, Jack Andrews. JANITORS, FRONT ROW (L-R): Harold Schwartz, Clara Thomas, Loretta Mattax, Louis Mattax. ROW 2 : Harry Kershner, Hugh Landis, Rene Brandt, Willie Schwaller, Raymond Thomas, Bud Fisher. 83 i COOKS, FRONT ROW (L-R): Phyllis Reinhart, Joan Zurcher, Melba Scheiderer, Alice Henschen, Genevieve Par¬ rish, Dorthy Singleton, Marge Ulman, Lela Arnold. ROW 2: Lucille Freels, Sara Barger, Thelma Arnold, Pauline Dick, Lavana Seitz, Adline Bebout, Esther Klinger, Lilian Steiner, Mary Brewster. Not Pictured: Mrs. Paul Stucky. 84 Don Andrews Richard Aschliman Dennis Bailey Ruth Baker Lucinda Balsiger Alumni at DON ANDREWS--Spanish Club 3,4; Speech Club 4; Letterman ' s Club 3, 4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; V.P. 1,2, Pres. 4. RICHARD A. ASCHLIMAN—FFA 1, 2,3,4, Crop Judging 1,2; Hoosier Farmer 4; Pep Club 3,4; Yearbook 4. DENNIS BAILEY--Drama Club 4; NHS 3,4; French Club 1,2, V.P. 2; Newspaper 3,4, Sports Editor 3,4; Pep Club 3; Speech Club 4; Year¬ book 4; Football 3; Golf 2,3,4; Class Pres. 4. RUTH BAKER--Gold Teens 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Speech Club 4; Speech Team 4; Yearbook 3,4, Editor 4. LUCINDA BALSIGER--Choir 1,2,3,4; -Drama Club 4; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. 101 Seniors Are Pronounced May 24 Graduation Exercises One of the major problems facing all seniors was the task of planning for the future and deciding whether ' or not to go on to school. Parents’ Night for college- bound students was held in November. Most clubs honored their senior mem¬ bers at parties in the spring before the class took their trip on May 15. They returned only to go to the Prom the next night. Baccalaureate and graduation ex¬ ercises for the Class of 1970 were held on Sunday, May 24. 85 Jolandia Becher Stan Bertsch Virgil Bowers Rosie Braun Janet Brewster Becky Bryan Cecil Campbell Mike Campbell JOLANDIA SUE BECHER--Choir 1,2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook Staff 4. STAN BERTSCH--Band 1,2; Choir 1; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1; Track 1; Electronics 4. VIRGIL F. BOWERS, JR.—FFA 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Rifle Club 1,2. MARY ROSE BRAUN—Drama Club 3,4; Treas. 3; V-Pres. 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Pep Club 1,4; Spanish Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Cadet Teaching 4; Student Librarian 3,4; Gold Teens 2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Class Officer- Secretary 1,3; Treasurer 2; Cheerleader 1. JANET LOUISE BREWSTER--Choir 1; Girl ' s Glee Club 1. REBECCA BRYAN — Drama Club 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; GAA 1,2; Gold Teens 2,4; Student Librarian 3,4. CECIL CAMPBELL—Drama Club 4; French Club 3,4, V-Pres. 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 3,4. MIKE CAMPBELL--Drama Club 3,4; Base¬ ball 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 4. Mark Childs David Clark Jerry Double Mike Edgell LaVonne Fairchild Sharon Fiechter David Fisher Steve Foreman MARK CHILDS—Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1,2,4; NHS 3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Explora¬ tory Teacher 4. DAVID CLARK—Art Club 4, Pres. 4; Band 4; Drama Club 4; Speech Club 4, Treas. 4; Speech Team 4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4. JERRY L. DOUBLE—Art Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Co-op 4. MIKE DEAN EDGELL—Choir 1; FFA 1,2,3,4, Livestock Judging 1,2,3,4, Vegetable Judging 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Yearbook 4. LA VONNE FAIRCHILD--Gold Teens 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Student Librarian 3,4. SHARON S. FIECHTER--Choir 1; Pep Club 1,3,4, Pres. 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2,3,4, V.P. 4; Co-op 4. DAVID FISHER--Drama Club 4, Sec. 4; French Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2; Student Council 3,4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Golf 3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4, V.P. 4; Track 2; Class Sec. 4. STEVEN FOREMAN--Drama Club 4; French Club 3; Newspaper 4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3. Alan Hamilton takes a break from a rough practice. 87 Karen Fruchte Diane Gaunt Sarah Geimer Kathy Gerber Myra Gerber Ed Geyer Mavis Gilbert Gary Grove KAREN FRUCHTE--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,3,4; Drama Club 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; YFC 1,2; Year¬ book 4; GAA 1,2. DIANE GAUNT--Choir 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; GAA 1; Yearbook 4. SARAH GEIMER--Band 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4; NHS 4; Newspaper 3,4, Feature Editor 4; Speech Club 3,4, Treas. 3; Student Coun¬ cil 1,2; SSS 2,3,4, Corr. Sec. 2; Swing Choir 4; YFC 1,2; Yearbook 4; GAA 12 3; NISBOVA 1,2. KATHY GERBER--Band 2; Choir 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2. MYRA SUE GERBER--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Pep Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; NISBOVA 3; Explora¬ tory Teacher 4. ED GEYER--Choir 1; Pep Club 1; Yearbook MAVIS GILBERT--Band 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 1,4; SSS 2,3,4; YFC 1,2. GARY GROVE--FFA 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 4. Deborah Hack Darrel Haines Alan Hamilton Gary Hart Jim Haugk Terry Hawkins Leonard Heimann Linda Heimann DEBORAH KAY HACK--Band 1,2; Choir 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 2; NHS 3,4; Newspaper 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2; Spanish Club 4; Student Li¬ brarian 3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Rec. Sec. 3; GAA 1; Yearbook 4. DARREL LEE HAINES—FFA 1,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Yearbook 4. ALAN E. HAMILTON—Drama Club 4; French Club 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Letter- men ' s Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1; Track 3. GARY R. HART--Band 1,2; FFA 4; Pep Club 2,3; Pep Band 2; Track 2. JIM HAUGK—Drama Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Sec. 2; Yearbook 4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 2. TERRY HAWKINS—Rifle Club 1. LEONARD HEIMANN--Art Club 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 3; Pep Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Football 2,3; Electron¬ ics 4. LINDA HEIMANN—Art Club 2,3,4; News¬ paper 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; SSS 2,3,4; Year¬ book 4. DONNA HEYERLY--Band 1,2; Choir 1; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Pep Club 1,2; Pep Band 1; SSS 2,3,4; GAA 1; Yearbook 4. PATSY DIANNE HILL—Spanish Club 4; SSS 2,3,4. BERTLINDE W. HILTERHAUS—NHS 4; Pep Club 4; SSS 4; Rifle Club 4; Gold Teens 4. ARLAN R. HIRSCHY—FFA 2,3,4, Livestock Judging 2,3,4; Football 2,3,4. DONNA HOFFMAN— Drama Club 3; Choir 1,2; Newspaper 4, Exchange Editor 4; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Co-op 4. PAUL A. JESIONOWSKI--Drama Club 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; NHS 4; Newspaper 4; Pep Club 2,3; Speech Club 4, V.P. 4; Yearbook 4, Bus. Manager 4; Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Golf 2; Letter- men ' s Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Track 3,4; Weight¬ lifting 2,3,4. JACK DWIGHT JOHNSON--Band 1,2,3; FFA 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2, Sec. 4; Livestock Judging 1,2,3,4, Vegetable Judging 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Yearbook 4. WALTER JOHNSON--Band 1,2; FFA 1,2, 3,4; National Dairy Judging 3, State Soil Judging 3,4; Pep Band 1,2. Donna Heyerly Patsy Hill Bertlinde Hilterhaus Arlan Hirschy Donna Hoffman Paul Jesionowski Jack Johnson Walter Johnson 90 DONNA M. JONES MYRON G. KAEHR--Yearbook 4; Track 1. DIANA KAHN BARRY KOLTER--Choir 1,3; Drama Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Golf 2; Letter- men ' s Club 3,4; Class V.P. 1; FB. Captain 4. CHERYL LAWSON--Pep Club 1; SSS 2,3,4; YFC 1; Yearbook 4. MELVIN E. LIECHTY II--Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; NHS 4; Pep Band 1,2; Yearbook 4; Basketball 1; Track 1; Class V.P. 3. TERRY W. LONGENBERGER--French Club 1,2,4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4. STEVE LYONS —Choir 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1, Sec. 1; Speech Club 3,4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Rifle Club 1; Track 1,2,3,4. Donna Jones Myron Kaehr Diana Kahn Barry Kolter Cheryl Lawson Melvin Liechty Terry Longenberger Steve Lyons Cheryll Martin Linda Mattax Pam Mauller Eileen Miller Monty Miller Paul Miller Rick Minnich Aleta Mitch Some kids meet their friends in the Commons, but what about this, Darrel? CHERYLL MARTIN--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; Girls ' Glee Club 2,4; NHS 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; News¬ paper 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, V.P. 3; SSS 2,3,4, V.P. 3; Swing Choir 4; YFC 3; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2, 3,4; NISBOVA 1,2,3. LINDA MATTAX--Art Club 3; Band 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1,2, Treas. 1; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2; Speech Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Swing Choir 4; YFC 1,2; Yearbook 4. PAM MAULLER--Band 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 2,3; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Class Sec. 2; NISBOVA 3. EILEEN MILLER--Band 1; NHS 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1; Spanish Club 3,4, Pres. 3; Student Council 3; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Girls ' State 4. MONTY D. MILLER--Yearbook 4. PAUL L. MILLER—FFA 1,2,3,4, Soil Judging 3; Yearbook 4. RICK MINNICH--Band 1; Choir 1,2; Drama Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Yearbook 4, Bus. Manager 4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Golf 3,4; Let- termen ' s Club 3,4; Track 1,2. ALETA SUE MITCH—Choir 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 2,3,4; GAA 1; Rifle Club 1; Yearbook 4. 92 Kris Mutschler John Myers Steve Neiford Arthur Nussbaum Karleen Nussbaum Sandy Oliver James Patrick Jane 11 Redding KRIS MUTSCHLER--Cheerleader 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Home¬ coming Court 4; NHS 3,4; Newspaper 4; Pep Club 1,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2,3; Class Treas. 1 . JOHN W. MYERS--Spanish Club 3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Track 2. STEVE D. NEIFORD--FFA 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Basketball 1; Yearbook 4. ARTPIUR NUSSBAUM--FFA 1,2,3,4, So il Judging 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. KARLEEN NUSSBAUM--Band 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; NHS 4; Pep Club 1,3,4; Speech Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2,3; NISBOVA 1,2; Class Sec. 1; Homecoming Court 4. SANDY OLIVER--Choir 1,2,3; Drama Club 3; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 2. JAMES H. PATRICK--Art Club 2,3,4; Newspaper 4; Yearbook 4. JANELL REDDING—Choir 1,2,4; Girls ' Glee Club 2,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1. Angie Reiff Dean Reinhard Randy Reinhard Carol Ann Reinhart Thomas Reinhart Vaughn Reinhart Keith Rich Vicki Ricketts ANGIE REIFF--Choir 1; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 3; Yearbook 4. DEAN REIN HARD--French Club 2; FFA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Nat ' l Dairy Judging 3, State Soil Judging 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Rifle Club 1. RANDY L. REINHARD--FFA 2,3,4, Soil Judging 4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4. CAROL ANN REINHART--SSS 2,3,4. THOMAS E. REINHART--FFA 2,3,4, Soil Judging 3; Yearbook 4. VAUGHN D. REINHART—Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Cross Country 2,3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Volleyball 2,3,4. KEITH MICHAEL RICH—Drama Club 4; NHS 3,4, Pres. 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; YFC 1; Yearbook 4; Base¬ ball 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4, V.P. 3, Sec. 4; Weight Lifting 2,3,4; Boys State 4; Class Pres. 3, V.P. 4. VICKI RICKETTS—A.C.H.S. 4; Band 1,2; Choir 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; SSS 2; GAA 3; Bowling Club 3; Purple Ink 3. 94 Janet Riley Claudia Ringger Kathy Shaffer Arlene Shifferly Paul Shoaf Bruce Slusher Stephen Smith Susie Smith JANET RILEY--Choir 1,2; Drama Club 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Gold Teens 4; News¬ paper 4; SSS 2,3,4; YFC 1,2,3; Yearbook 4. CLAUDIA RINGGER--Band 2,3; Choir 1,2,3; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Pep Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4, V.P. 2; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2; Cheerleader 1 . KATHY SHAFFER—Choir 2,3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 2,4; Gold Teens 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; YFC 1,2,3; Yearbook 4; Elementary Librarian 4. ARLENE K. SHIFFERLY--Choir 1,2,4; Girls ' Glee Club 2,4; Gold Teens 4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. PAUL SHOAF--Choir 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Track 1; Volleyball 1.4. BRUCE SLUSHER--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 4; Pep Club 3; Pep Band 3,4; Swing Choir 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3. STEPHEN L. SMITH--Drama Club 3; Newspaper 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Speech Club 4; Yearbook 4; Football 1,2; Rifle Club 1; Track 1. SUSIE SMITH—Choir 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Twirler 1,2,3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . TIM SOLDNER--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Drama Club 4; French Club 1,2,4; NHS 3,4; Speech Club 4; Swing Choir 2; Year¬ book 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3; Football 1; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 1; Volleyball 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2. TED L. STEFFEN--FFA 2,3,4, Soil Judging 4; Hoosier Farmer 4; Pep Club 3; Yearbook 4. AUDREY STEPLER--Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 3,4; Yearbook 4; GAA 1. TIMOTHY STEURY--French Club 3; FFA 1,2; Student Council 4; Pres. 4; Cross Country 1,2. TOM STEVENS--Exploratory Teaching 4; French Club 2; FFA 1,2; NHS 3,4; YFC 1,2; Yearbook 4; Student Librarian 3,4. ALLEN STOLLER--Band 1,2; Choir 1,2; Drama Club 4; French Club 1,2,4, Pres. 2; Speech Club 3,4; Student Council 3; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 2,4; Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Golf 2,3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Glee Club 1,2. THOMAS STRAUB—FFA 1,3,4; Yearbook ROYA ANN K. STUCKY--Band 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2,3; Newspaper 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; SSS 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Swing Choir 4; YFC 1,2,3; V.P. 3; Rec. Sec. 2; Yearbook 4; GAA 1,2; Co-op 4. ( i Tim Soldner Ted Steffen Audrey Stepler Tim Steury Tom Stevens Allen Stoller Thomas Straub RoyaAnn Stucky | 96 SANDRA STUCKY--Band 1,2; Choir 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; GAA 1; Yearbook 4. 5. JAYNE SUMAN--Gold Teens 2,3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4. MARY LOU SWOVELAND--GAA 3, Yearbook 4. LINDA C. TEEPLE--Gold Teens 2,4; Newspaper 3,4; Pep Club 1; SSS 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Yearbook 4; Co-op 4. DON TINKHAM--FFA 1,2,3,4 STEVEN C. TULLIS--Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 4; French Club 1,2; NHS 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1; Bas¬ ketball 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Class V.P. 2. DAVID ZOLL--Band 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Choir 3,4, V.P. 3; Drama Club 3,4, Pres. 4; French Club 2; NHS 4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,4; Swing Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Football 1,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 1,3; NISBOVA 1,2, 3,4; State 1,2,3,4; Electronics 3,4; Stage Band 3,4. LARRY ZURCHER--Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3, V.P. 3; Drama Club 4; NHS 3,4, V.P. 4; News¬ paper 3,4, Editor 4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; Yearbook 4; Base¬ ball 2,3,4; Golf 1,2,3; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Class Pres. 2. Sandra Stucky Don Tinkham S. Jayne Sum an Steven Tullis Mary Swoveland David Zoll Linda Teeple Larry Zurcher 97 Class of 71 Wins Sectional Decoration junior boys use their lunch period to compare grade cards. Stepping into a new realm of pres¬ tige, the class of ' 71 captured the hon¬ ors of designing a winning Thanksgiving basket, most perfectly disguising a hall at sectional time, and setting a record in magazine sales. Enroute to their diplomas, juniors took control of con¬ cessions and sponsored a skating party, using the profits for the Prom on May 16. The luckier students escaped the daily shuttle of the big yellow wagon by obtaining their own sets of keys. The more studious juniors attempted to un¬ ravel the mysterious SAT tests, prob¬ ably regretting having napped through certain key history lectures or having remembered more of Mr. Roth ' s jokes than his grammar. Neal Adler Daryl Allen Alan Arnold Rhonda Arnold Arlene Aschliman Loretta Aschliman Cindy Baker Debi Barger Keith Barnes Nancy Beer Dick Bollenbacher Rick Bollenbacher Kathy Bieberich Debbie Borne Janean Brewster Jo Brunner Margie Cauble Sheri Christman Jim Connelley Carla Cook 98 Competition, Magazine Sales ... Again Elaine Eckhart Merle Ellenberger Ann Engle Debi Everett Roger Everett Cathy Eyanson Tom Garner Gloria Garwood Rita Garwood Elaine Gerber Linda Gerber Darrell Gerig Carol Germann Roger Geyer Ed Girod Jim Grove Chuck Hamilton Fred Hammond Joy Hammond Paul Heimann Phyllis Hirschy Diane Hoffman Monica Jackson Greg Jesionowski Vic Jordan Sharon Kaehr Class officers--Dave Smith, Loretta Aschliman, Becky Teeple, Debbie Everett. 99 Tradition Broken! Juniors Wear Oval Rings Kerry Kaufman Elaine Kipfer Phil Kershner Barry Liechty Dennis Longsworth Rick Loshe Steve Mailer Mike McKean Joan Merriman Bill Miller Janet Miller Pat Miller Phil Miller Karen Moeschberger Bob Morrison Randy Moser Debbie Neadstine Beth Neuenschwander Carol Noll Barbara Nussbaum Debi Nussbaum Jed Nussbaum Mary Jo Nussbaum Bill Patch Judy Patrick Cheryl Pierce Dan Rauch Ricky Rehm Joe Rich Arnie Riley Tyler Rupert Gary Schmitt Vicki Schrock Bruce Schug Marty Shaffer 100 Barbara Sheets Jane Shoaf Pam Shoaf Vicky Shoaf David Smith Roger Smith Carolyn Steiner Karen Steury Bill Stoller Becky Teeple Marilyn Thatcher Don Thomas Charles Tinkham Dan Tinkham Pat Tonnellier Gary Tullis Gary Watkins Dave Wilder Lynnette Wilder Sharon Workinger Linda Wulliman Becky Yost Patti Yost Donna Zimmerman Diane Zurcher Janet Zurcher 101 Future Plans Begin To Take Shape for Sophomores Although they were surprised in September to find that high school really wasn ' t " the same old thing " , the sophomores adjusted quickly to the changes. Led by president Joy Arnold, vice-pres. Jim Bowers, sec. Steve Rich, and treas. Mike Lyons, they sponsored a dance on December 20 after the A. C. -Bellmont game. The class took second place in both mag¬ azine sales and sectional decorations. By examining their NEDT results and other factors, members of the class of ’72 were able to start making tentative future plans. Ordering class rings in the spring made each sophomore realize that high school days are already half over for them. Class officers--SEATED: Jim Bowers, Joy Arnold. STANDING: Steve Rich, Mike Lyons. Lora Adler Marjorie Amstutz Ross Andrews Joy Arnold Kathy A rnold Shirley Bertsch Ted Biberstine Ron Borne Jim Bowers Lois Braun Tony Braun Cheryl Byerly Paula Campbell Larry Clark Dixie Eckrote 102 Sandy Fawbush Leo Feasel Nancy Fiechter Kay Ehrman Sharon Ehrsam Richard Engle Theresa Everett Dan Fairchild Beth Arnold proves that she can really work --if it ' s for a worthy cause. Kim Fisher Dan Funk Janis Funk Lynn Garner Dwayne Garwood Rockie Garwood Tom Garwood Linda Gaunt Greg Gerber Rex Gerber John Gilbert Corky Girod Gary Hack J. Haggard Karol Hakes John Hammond Leo Heimann Dolores Heimann Arlin Heyerly Lois Heyerly Gary Hindenlang Kathy Hirschy Wanda Hirschy 103 Gary Hodle Cindy Hoffman Jackie Irwin Pam Isch Don Johnson Irene Kaehr Sara Kaehr Steve Kiser Mike Klinger Kathie Klopfleisch Carol LaFontaine Virgene Lengerich Dean Leyse Debbie Longenberge r Mike Lyons Randy Mailloux Some sophomores even worked on Saturday to get their Homecoming float ready! Barb Mailer Sharon Mankey B. Mata Dennis McCullough Alvin Mitchel Teri Morningstar Terry Moser Sherrill Myers Steve Nussbaum Roger Osterman Rod Owens 104 Priscilla Patton Vem Peterson Cindy Rhodes Cindy Rich Jon Rich Robby Rich Steve Rich Lynn Roe Debbie Roe Becky Sheehan Christi Slusher Jeff Weisman Becky Sommer Di anne Sprunger Tom Sprunger Kent Steiner Vic Steiner Mark Steury Connie Stoller Cindy Teeple Rex Tharp Roger Tullis Don Welch Sheila Wolfe Amy Yost Marshal Zimmerman Barb Zoll Judy Gremaux 105 Beth Arnold Kathy Barger Lila Barger Scott Bassett Carolyn Bebout Tim Becher Jill Beery John Bergman Donna Biberstine Marlene Bieberich Steve Bieberich Jan Bluhm Becky Braden Mike Braun Steve Braun Philip Brodbeck Rodney Bryan Susan Burkhart Martha Caudle John Chapman 117 Freshmen Learn Rigors of High School Getting accustomed to high school life was a little harder for this year’s freshmen as they had to cope with the new scheduling. The 117 freshmen elected class officers in the fall, choos¬ ing Dave Jesionowski as president. Other officers were Becky Braden, vice- president; Ron Gremaux, secretary; and Janet Workinger, treasurer. October brought a hayride for the class before the winter and spring months provided social activities in ball games, dances, and parties. The class skating party was held April 13. The freshmen found themselves wait¬ ing for June when they would no longer be " green little frosh. " Class officers--Ron Gremaux, Becky Braden, Dave Jesionow¬ ski, and Janet Workinger. 106 Classes, Games, Dances Keep Freshmen Busy Greg Childs Carolyn Clark Russell Cook Don Dailey Gary Double Steve Elzey Gwen Everett Shelley Everett Dave Eyanson Stan Fiechter Charlie Foot Jim Foreman Connie Fruchte Kim Fruechte Mary Garwood Joyce Geisel Maralee Gilbert Dale Girod Ron Gremaux Bob Grove DeWayne Haines Donald Harvey Joan Heimann Goldie Hill Dan Hilty Ervin Hilty Martin Hilty Bill Hitchcock Chuck Hodle Joel Houk Rick Hurst Don Inniger Tim Jackson Dave Jesionowski Connie Johnson 107 i Jesionowski Chosen To Lead Class of 1973 Jim Johnson Mark Kaehr Becky Kaehr Dianne Kelsey Dan Kershner Karen King Vickie Kolter Robin Landis Steven Lantz Diane Lengerich Tim Light John Loshe Marilyn Manley Susie Mattax Rozella Mihm Andyn Miller Elizabeth Miller Jackie Miller Janet Miller Lynn Miller Therese Miller Angie Mitchel Bob Mutschler Jack Myers Rex Myers Sandy Neadstine Marlene Noll Pam Ogg Stan Patch Gloria Patrick Judy Pratt Jim Rauch Mike Raudenbush Carol Reinhard Randy Reynolds 108 Hamming it up at the sight of a camera is a specialty of the freshmen football players. Not Pictured: Marie Hilty Laura Schwartz Verna Schwartz Levi Shetler Rex Young Sandy Rhodes Marcia Riley Ked Ringger Patty Sauers Sherri Schrock Larry Schwartz Levi Schwartz Dave Seitz Jim Slusher Doug Smitley Denise Sprunger Becky Sprunger Kent Steffen Jack Stepler Doug Steury Joyce Thatcher Diane Wable Nancy Wagley Elaine Watkins Jeff Weisman John Wittwer Janet Workinger Karla Yost Lisa Yost Ken Zimmerman Mark Zurcher Greg Landis 109 James Arnold Shari Arnold Renee Bebout Barbara Bergman Sue Bollenbacher Myra Caudle Eric Cavanaugh Linda Ehrsam Tom Feasel Sharon Fuelling Jay Funk Bruce Garwood Mike Gilbert Tod Gledhill Julie Hammond Milo Hilty Debbie Johnson Kim Jones Dean Lehman Leslie Marckel Cindy Ogg Linda Peterson Angela Raudenbush Debbie Rupert Mark Sauers Emily Smith Norman Sprunger Amee Steury Cindy Tricker Not Pictured: Keith Gerber Dale Adler Derryl Aschliman Beth Baker Jackie Brewster Richard Brock David Carr Carol Cook Margie Dailey Tim Eckhart Mike Eckrote Laura Edwards Duane Ehlerding Glen Everett Robert Gerber Sherry Girod John Hack Bryce Hoffman Rick Hoffman David Kelsey Brent Landis Steve Longenberger Roger Manley Scott Ma nsfield Loretta Miller Ronnie Myers Cheryl Nussbaum Pam Rhodes David Rich Eric Tonner Emma Troyer Cary Zurcher no 8-C Gary Andrews Kevin Bowman Ron Dague Keith Ehrman Janice Ellenberger Roger Hodle Scott Kaehr Helen Kahn Dwight Longsworth Neal Poling John Riff David Roe Janice Ross Lester Ross Debbie Simon Jim Straub David Tinkham Terry Tinkham Richard Watkins Reuben Wickey Debbie Christman Jim Dennison Nyla Engle Don Fiechter Gordon Gerber Suzanne Gerber Jean Gilbert Gene Gilgen Julie Houk Jon Kaehr Sheryl King Randy Landis Ricky Lichthenberger Diane Mankey Carolyn Manley Debbie Miller Carla Mitchel Doug Moser Arlene Nussbaum Kim Nussbaum Mike Nussbaum Randy Nussbaum Sonja Poorman Kathy Rumschlag Sue Schlickman Karen Sheehan Lynn Stucky Mindy Weisman Doug Wilks Kathy Wulliman Not Pictured: Nan Bassett 111 Larry Arnold Kevin Barger Robert Beer David Bertsch Sandy Borne Greg Braun Jackie Braun Candy Cavanaugh Cindy Cavanaugh Roland Conrad Eric Dick Marvin Double Cindy Eyanson Steve Garner John Genth Angie Geyer Diane Gilgen Rod Gledhill Doug Klinger Brad Miller Kip Nussbaum Teresa Nussbaum Jill Pierce Rex Rauch Clara Roe Lynne Rumschlag Brent Sprunger Edwin Steffen Lori Steury Darla Teeple Arlan Tonner Linda Winans Not Pictured: David Hilty Ruby Schwartz Paul Shetler Wm. Shetler 7-D Mary Amstutz 7-D Steve Bailey Bill Burkhead Lisa Burkhead Deborah Feasel Rodney Fuelling Edward Fisher Dan Garner Jerry Harvey Dean Hirschy Dennis Leyse David Lyons Teresa Nussbaum Randy Patch Joan Redding Kevin Richards Ronald Ross Cindy Ruble Karen Seitz Sandy Shaffer Tony Slusher Janice Steffen Janice Thatcher Kevin Watkins Byron Wolfe Cathy Wolfe Teresa Wolfe Dan Working er Nan Yost 112 7-C David Allen Jon Brodbeck Gabriel Brock Pam Bryan Minerva Caballero Kendra Ehrman Randy Elzey Julie Engle Jr. Everett Ronnie Heiser Bob Loshe Gerald Manley Rex Mihm Debra Noll Linda Patrick Donald Pratt Dan Ross Anita Sell Jane Tinkham Kevin Werst Bruce Wolfe 7-B Teresa Adler Ned Arnold Janalee Beery Mike Bertsch Jayne Byerly Frank Coppess Rick Fiechter Myrna Gallogly Beverly Gerber Darryl Gerber Debra Gerber Jacqueline Gerber Duane Gerig Debra Habegger Colin Hirschy Lori Jackson Ronald Johnson Jerine Kauffman Jill Lehman Tom Liechty Merlin Nussbaum Janet Rich Holly Ringger Diana Rumple Teresa Schrock John Soldner Keith Steffen Larry Stoller Louise Stucky Sharon Weaver Diane Weisman Pam Wilks Colleen Zurcher 113 6-A Janis Arnold Charles Beer Danny Beer Vicki Bienz Jack Campbell Debbie Christianer Julie Cook Rose Marie Dailey Rosie Fairchild Candy Gerber Darrell Gerber Sandy Gerber Mona Hurst Susan Johnson Tim Lichtenberger Joel Mailer Elaine Miller Mike Parrish Jim Rhoades Steve Ricketts Kendall Ringger Rick Rumple Neal Schug Cynthia Schwaller Terry Sheets Carla Steiner Tina Wolfe Not Pictured: Jake Wickey 6-D Not Pictured: Christy Hilty Larmar Hilty Elmer Schwartz Ben Shetler Ronnie Becher Philip Beer David Bollinger Connie Chapman Kevin Ehrman Kim Dick Brian Ehrsam Coni Everett Gary Fiechter Malcolm Gilbert Bill Haugk Cheryl Hoffman Nancy Hurst Natalie Hurst Tim Kirchner Gertie Miller Ruth Montgomery Denver Nussbaum Tammy Patch Pat Patton Rodney Rehm David Schwartz Connie Wolfe Trudi Young 114 Scott Abbott Mike Amstutz Mike Barger Dianne Bauman Jane Bentz Carol Clouse Tim Gerber Ned Hirschy Jeff Isch Cindy Longenberger Rhonda Matt ax Barbara Manley Neil Martin Doug Miller Mark Mitchel Vicki Mitchell Greg Noll Brad Nussbaum Joni Nussbaum Valerie Ringger Tammy Roe Debbie Sprunger Allen Steffen Karen Steffen Robert Steffen Julie Tonnelier Brent Troxel Karen Watkins Amy Wulliman Steve Bauman Fred Evans Walter Fairchild Gary Hill Tim Kershner Duane Klinger Calvin Mihm Steve Miller Mike Mitchel Lynn Myers Mike Ogg Rex Reynolds Darrell Stout Dan Winans Rick Zimmerman 115 Not Pictured: Tom Kirchner Leroy Schwartz Steve Miller, Darrell Stout, Fred Evans, and Mike Ogg attempt to assemble the skeleton of a calf in Mr. Joe Sprunger ' s science class. 116 Chrissie dolls and Hot Wheels were mentioned in most of the letters to Santa this year. Elementary students anx¬ iously await their turns as the jolly man takes requests. Some of the teachers in elementary school dressed up so much for Halloween that nobody even tried to com¬ pare them with the witches who ran around Monroe last fall. Special Education Tammy Baumgartner Vivian Baumgartner Sharon Boothby Jeff Butler Cheryl Clark Penny Clark Ronald Everett Cynthia Hart Ruth Jordan Larry Kahn Levi Miller Dike Pierce Patti Reinhart Dennis Robinson Ronette Roe Jeanette Sell Sharon Studabaker Joy Taylor Doug Young Mrs. Beaty Miss Derhammer 117 Mrs. Schaadt Grade 5 Gail Bixler Jane Bluhm Melanie Bowen Brad Childs Brian Dick Jayne Ehlerding Brenda Engle John Garwood Scott Gerber Beth Hawkins Belinda Heiser Randy Johnson Linda Mailloux Ronnie Manley Diana Myers Duane Noll Vincent Patton Gregory Rawley Annamae Riley Steven Roe Tammy Ruble Gary Seitz Mark Slusher Cindy Speakman Bobby Studabaker Kerry Werst Brad Wilks Tammy Williamson Doug Yoder Mr. Weiss Mrs. Rachel Schaadt Mrs. Teeter Dean Arnold Pamela Arnold Marcia Bailey Theresa Bailey Tim Brodbeck Melinda Caudle Julie Christman Douglas Dailey Tad Engle Ricky Garwood Alan Gerber Donna Hart Robert Hurst Darla Kelsey Tony Landis John Myers Mark Parrish Rodney Pierce Susan Poling Diana Robinson David Shafer Sue Soldner Nedra Sprunger Kathy Strahm Kent Ulman 118 Alice Barkley Lovett a Barkley Ricardo Bauman Trina Bluhm Christine Butler Diana Carr Romana Dague Sheri Dick Jimmy Engle Kemberly Fuelling Eric Garner Randy Geyer Marietta Gilbert Teresa Girod Kelly Hawkins Jeffrey Kaehr Brenda Lyons Tim McCullough Randy Mutschler Joe Patch Von Ringger Randy Rumple Keely Shoaf Susan Taylor James Teeple Debra Watkins Dennis Wolfe James Rumschlag Martin Caballero Mr. Wilson Mr. David Gorrell Mrs. Dellinger Jeffrey Amstutz Rebecca Bollinger Theresa Bovine Lori Brock Debrah Carr Norman Eckhart Gary Elzey Theresa Eyanson James Fiechter Jodi Hakes Rex Hamilton Henry Hilty David Hirschy William Kahn Rick Liechty Larry Miller Valerie Nussbaum Kimberly Or me Mark Rich Rodney Ross Becky Sheets Brenda Sprunger Robin Stout Jennifer Zoll Penelope Zurcher Mrs. Esther Dellinger 119 Miss Mayer Grade 4 Mrs. Kuhn Debbie Amstutz Sheryl Bailey Darlene Cook Denise Cowans Jay Dailey Vicki Dynes Christine Elzey Gene Gerber Joni Gerber Ronald Gerber Ed Hack Randy Hirschy Rodney Hirschy Jim Hitchcock Lori Hurst Sheila Mattax Julie Nelson Melanie Noll Marcus Shetler Dave Soldner Billy Suman Lyle Tonner Rick Tricker Donna Weaver Dee Ann Wood Miss Mayer Michele Barger Penny Baumgartner Debbie Bixler Dana Bowman Lori Clark Roberta Eckhart Gary Edwards Kevin Engle Jennifer Fruechte Cathy Jo Gilgen Kenny Gilgen Jack Girod Gary Hoffman Darlene Isch Jodi Isch Susan Johnson Patty Patch Kevin Raudenbush Robert Ricketts Julie Ringger Julie Speakman Debbie Studabaker Randy Taylor David Tonnelier David Winans Miss Beanblossom Mrs. Kuhn 120 Mrs. Haggard Tim Bryan Brad Byerly Dennis Call Dawn Cavanaugh Kevin Dick Peggy Garwood Teresa Garwood Carla Geisel Dawn Gerig Tammy Harmon Michael Holloway Vicki Isch Mark Lichtenberger Lisa Longenberger Scott Mitchel Tom Montgomery Kelly Raudenbush Kevin Seitz Nancy Sell Alan Simon John Tinkham Verona Troxel Art Weisman Tammy Wolfe Mrs. Haggard Not pictured Lydia Hilty Irene Schwartz Mrs. Byerly Bradley Bebout Susan Braun Randy Brodbeck Larry Brunner Eddie Evans Ann Fiechter Annette Feasel Nancy Christianer Brenda Frey Jimmy Genth Diane Girod Dawn Habegger Kenneth Hawkins Dale Haines Anita Hirschy Debra Hurst Debra Jackson Jo Ann Kahlert Keith Kaehr Doug Lehman Kevin Rahm Shelley Ringger John Schwaller Nancy Mae Tinkham Leon Tonner Miriam Troyer Mrs. Byerly 121 Miss Whittenbarger Grade 3 Not Pictured: Laura Hilty Samuel Hilty Susan Shetler Laurinda Andrews Laura Aschliman John Boothby Lisa Bryan Karen Coppess Daniel Engle Tina Fairchild Rod Fuelling Fonda Geisel Jerry Hilty Jeni Isch Mike Kahlert Jeff Landis Todd Lehman Steve Manley Dave Moses Tammy Murray Suzanne Nussbaum Jacky Rhodes Kelly Richards Jodi Ringger Randy Roe Freddi Smith Brad Snyder Ray Steffen Tonya Wolfe Miss Whittenbarger Mrs. Inniger Tracy Ainsworth Cindy Jo Amstutz Melinda Bauman Todd Bebout Charlotte Cook Jane Cook Ronald Dailey Trina Foor Teresa Garner Tony Genth Kim Grose Kristine Hakes Steven Hindenlang Brent Ivins James Jones Michael Kipfer James McCullough Lee Ann Mitchel David Nelson Liesa Raudenbush Kevin Rich Timmy Roe Sheryl Rumple John Schmitt Timothy Spade Dean Sprunger Shelly Steiner Susan Suman Mrs. Inniger 122 Mrs. Johnson Rodney Beer John Belisle Timmy Bertsch Susan Biberstine Debbie Bluhm Linn Burkhart Bruce Dick Kim Elzey Dennis Engle Jeff Eyanson Kelly Hilbert Joleen Kipfer John Kiser Hal Lehman Tammy Miller Jody Nussbaum Yvonne Priser Lora Rich Lynn Rich Ward Sheets Beth Ann Slusher Joy Taylor Scott Wilkens Susan Wolfe Tracy Zimmerman Mrs. Johnson Not Pictured: David Hilty Elmer Hilty Levi Hilty Benny Schwartz Susie Schwartz Mrs. Mitchel Not pictured: Amos Schwartz Milton Shetler Cathy Barkley Perry Barkley Carl Bieberich Pamela Burkhart Mark Caudle Scott Dick Kathy Dynes James Ellenberger Cheryl Gerber Vicky Gerber Gregg Harvey Elma Hilty Kevin Hirschy Sandra Kaehr Brian Kershner Deidre Lehman Leesa Luginbill Lisa Morningstar Brent Noll Lisa Nussbaum John Parrish Robin Riley Kevin Ruble Mary Schwartz Michael Steury Teresa Stout Cynthia Ulman Nancy Wolfe Mrs. Dolores Mitchel 123 Mrs. Myers Lou Ann Aschliman Irene Bollinger Marlin Bowman Douglas Call Brian Cavanaugh Patti Eckhart Greg Engle Karen Gerber Maureen Gilbert David James Douglas Kaehr Chris Kelly Carrie Liby Jan Mitchel Steven Myers Susan Myers James Oliver Andrea Orme Randy Ringger Stephen Ross Tony Rothgeb Jennie Sauers Tim Sell Michael Slusher Marlene Steffen Mrs. Myers Not Pictured: Elizabeth Gingerich Melinda Schwartz Mrs. Frahm Kerry Arnold Kim Beltz Tony Bixler Nikki Brock Ted Brunner Roxann Eckrote Rhonda Elzey Ronald Evans Dan Feasel Rodney Gerber Kelli Grose Donna Hack Kari Hakes Leonard Hirschy Nancy Kahn Terry Kipfer Jill Landis Pamela Miller Mike Murray Roger Patch Dale Ringger Lee Sheehan Tonya Simpkins Larry Strahm Joyce Weber Melissa Wilson Mrs. Frahm 124 Mrs. Smith Alvin Schwartz Jacqueline Archer Kim Bailey Sandra Beer Linda Braun Joy Brewster Betty Byerly Sara Campbell Melinda Engle Thomas Gallogly Clifford Garwood William Hart Roger Jackson Sharyl Kaehr Robert Mailer Rick Ogg Jimmy Parrish Marvin Reinhard Craig Seitz Jeff Speakman Teresa Taylor Jeff Yoder Mrs. Smith Mrs. Anderson Chad Bluhm Brett Brunner Eric Childs Melinda Dailey Cameron Erekson Pam Frey Karen Garwood Larry Hawkins John Lee Tracy Longenberger Mikki Ludwick Curt Main Kem Martin Ken Peterson Kip Reidenbach Guy Sheets Michele Slusher LaNae Smitley Lori Sovine Lori Troutner Kae Troxel Dean Vanhorn Adeline Wickey Barry Williamson Brenda Zeigler Mrs. Anderson 125 Mrs. Sprunger Grade 1 Not pictured: Roy Schwartz Miss Soldner Not pictured: Lynne Waltmire Kathi Abbott Barry Baumgartner Cheryl Bluhm Timmy Braun Laura Elzey Lynn Fiechter Bruce Gagle Christi Girod Nancy Hilty Lori Hirschy Jodi Holtsberry Juli Isch Terry Jackson Alan Lautzenheiser Deanna Moeschberger Ken Neadstine Dee Ripley Lynnette Rothgeb Kristi Rumschlag Jon Scott Smith Jed Speakman Rose Steffen Scott Taylor Julia Thatcher Jimmy Tinkham Dudley Vanhorn Danny Weber Lisa Zimmerman Farrel Zurcher Mrs. Sprunger Tony Arnold Cheryl Bailey James Bauman Teresa Boothby Carl Evans Brian Fenning Patricia Fawbush Kelli Fox Joe Fuelling Patricia Gayton Nathan Gerber Twila Gerber Rex Harris Laurissa Hawkins Cindy Heiser Eldon Hilty James Huser Kevin Ivins Daniel Lambert Kenneth McCullough Michell Noll Rena Reidenbach Stanley Ringger Amy Ross Tom Schwaller Irene Schwartz Esther Shetler Dallas Studabaker Troy Wilkins Jani Wulliman 126 Mrs. Habegger J. T. Andrews Ted Barger Stan Bebout Willie Beltz Nancy Braun Pam Christianer Andrea Clark lisa Clark Mark Ellenberger Kevin Frank Marlon Geisel Clifford Hill Jonas Hilty Keith Hirschy Shelly Holloway Brian Jacobs Victoria Kahlert Kent Klopfleisch Andy Lehman Vickie Liby Kim Mailloux Shari Noll Marvin Nussbaum Linda Orme Peggy Parrish Karla Rich Levi Shetler Debra Smith Elinor Sprunger Tod Striker Joan Winans Mrs. Habegger Miss Baker Gregory Bailey Margaret Caudle Rodney Cook Gary Dillman Donna Edgell Brian Fiechter Lisa Garwood Marion Gilgen Lynne Hilbert Loretta Hilty Jerry Isch Jill Johnson Jack Kahn Beth Kipfer Lori Luginbill Gary Manley Kevin Murray Darla Nussbaum Cheryl Rich Jeffrey Schaadt Randy Sell Vincent Simpkins Paul Steury Keith Stoller Barbara Taylor Penelope Vanhorn Troy Walker Scott Wittwer Leann Wolfe Not pictured: Miriam Schwartz Marcus Wickey 127 Miss Crose A.M. Not Pictured: Pete Schultz Chris Bauman David Biberstine Peggy Beer Ronda Byerly Trudi Kolter Dean Dubach Amy Foor Sherri Frauhiger Keith Fruchte June Gerber Jim Isch Daren James Jim Jesionowski Jennifer Kaehr Debbie Kahlert Eric Lehman Jeff Lengerich Mike Mansfield Gary Mitchel Gary Nussbaum Suzey Rhodes Nick Ringger Dean Saunders Jeff Teeple Susie Walters Joy Williamson Jay D. Wood Miss Darlene Crose Kindergarten Miss Crose P.M. Jerry Barkley Pam Belisle Karen Bergman Lisa Edwards Don Elzey Todd Fellers Craig Foor Julie Frey Audrey Fuelling Diane Gremaux Jeanie Holloway Sue Kipfer Debby Lambert Brent Lehman Jon Lichtenberger Rhoda Longenberger David Marbach Roger Roe Mike Rauch Bruce Smith Ked Snyder Kim Snyder Leroy Striker Yvonda Tinkham Tracey Walker Marsha Williams Lori Workinger 128 Mrs. Nichols, Miss Soldner A.M Max Barger Timmy Bixler Chad Bryan Lisa Conrad Lori Dick Timmy Dillman Gerald Ehlerding John Eiserman Cindy Gerber Richard Gerber Wendi Gilliom Steve Heimann Kim Ivins Greg Kable Greg Kaehr Sammy Kaehr Scot Kershner Tandy Lehman Kelly Meyers Troy Mitchel Diann Nussbaum Rose Quakenbush Kent Richards Jaci Ringger Timm Ross Dale Sprunger Brian Stout Tracy Troutner Vicki Wilder Mrs. Nichols, Miss Soldner P.M. Lori Becher Brad Edgell Tina Eicher Alan Foreman Carey Free Scott Garner Johnny Grose Neal Hart Diana Hindenlang Kathy Hurst Jody Lee Deanne Lehman Becky Liechty Julie Litmer Sara Longenberger Michael Luginbill Tonya McCullough Linda Myers Pat Rauch Jeff Smitley Marilyn Strayer Jackie Tinkham Greg Weil Twyla Wolfe Johnny Zoll 129 As an educa tional bonus, the elementary grades got a first-hand look at sheep-shearing from Mr. Mitchel. Rubella vaccines were given to grades K-3 this spring. 130 NO SALE! Wonder why? With teen-age buying power at an all-time high, the students of A.C. proved to be no exception where current trends and fads were concerned. We knew what we wanted and we bought it, helping to make 1970 a year for the DISCOVERY OF COMMUNITY GERBER GROCERIES AND MEATS Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6515 f -T. or: STUCKY FURNITURE COMPANY Monroe, Indiana LENGERICH ' S CUSTOM BUTCHERING AND COUNTRY MEAT MARKET Route 1—Monroe, Indiana ZEIGLER ' S BARBER SHOP Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6642 COPPESS CORNER Monroe, Indiana 132 COLONIAL BREAD Robert Mitchel TOWN AND COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6212 ZURCHER ' S TIRE INC. Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6171 Serving Agricultural Needs of the Area ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Monroe, Indiana ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP LUMBER YARD Farm Building Plans and Erection Monroe, Indiana E. D. SCHROCK BUILDING CONSTRUCTION Monroe, Indiana JEANNE ' S BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana MONROE BANK Branch of Bank of Geneva Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6125 BANK OF GENEVA Geneva, Indiana Phone 589-2847 Member of F.D .1 .C . MESHBERGER BROS. STONE CORP. Linn Grove—Phone 334-5311 Pleasant Mills—Phone 592-7211 R. H. EVERETT GENERAL MERCHANDISE Pleasant Mills " We Serve To Sell Again. " WILLIAMSON ' S 66 SERVICE Pleasant Mills, Indiana PLEASANT MILLS ELEVATOR Grain—Feed—Fertilizers 592-7316 134 LUTES FLOWERS South Winchester Street Decatur, Indiana Ph. 724-7126 Flowers for All Occasions HAUGK PLUMBING HEATING CO., INC. 209 N. 13th Decatur, Indiana HI-WAY SERVICE Body Work and General Auto Repair 1013 N. 2nd—Phone 724-2928 Decatur, Indiana YOST COMPANIES, INC. General Construction Prestressed Concrete Gravel Readymix Phone (219) 724-7117 P.O. Box 470 Decatur, Indiana REYNOLDS ELECTRIC R.R. 4 Decatur, Indiana BARKLEY FARM STORE AND AUCTION R.R. 3 Decatur, Indiana 135 CULLIGAN SALES SERVICE Corner of Madison 3rd Decatur, Indiana BOB ' S SEWING SERVICE CENTER 116 W. Monroe Street Decatur, Indiana GERBER ' S SUPER MARKET, INC. 230 E. Monroe Street Decatur, Indiana DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT Adams County ' s Only Daily Paper Ph. 724-2121 DECATUR CANNING COMPANY Decatur, Indiana 136 LANE-WAY DISCOUNT STORE 929 South 13th Street DECATUR READY MIX CORP. Decatur, Indiana Ph . 724-7169 Decatur, Indiana " Drive a Little, Save a Lot. " PHIL L. MACKLIN CO. Decatur, Indiana CUSTOM AUTO ASSOCIATES, INC. 152 N. 2nd Decatur, Indiana DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER 123 N. 13th Decatur, Indiana SHEETS FURNITURE, INC. 152 S. Second Street Decatur, Indiana DECATUR GOLF COURSE Box 343 Decatur, Indiana DECATUR SUPPLY HOUSE, INC. 140 W. Monroe Street Decatur, Indiana Congratulations to the Graduating Seniors, on Whom So Much Depends. UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. A Member of United Telephone System u T 5 HAMMONDS MARKET Fresh Fruits Vegetables 240 N. 13th Street Decatur, Indiana ADAMS COUNTY TRAILER SALES Highways 27 33 Decatur, Indiana Ph . 724-9134 MORNINGSTAR AUTO SALES Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2046 -- 309 South 13th Street Phone 724-9127 Decatur, Indiana U.S. Highway 27, South Serving the Area in All Types of Building Needs ADAMS BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. BERNE FURNITURE CO., INC. Berne, Indiana 46711 NAGEL ' S QUALITY FLOWERS 1009 E. Main Berne, Indiana STAN ' S MEN ' S WEAR 168 West Main Berne, Indiana HABEGGER-SCHAFER ' S Gifts and Appliances " Where Old-Fashioned Courtesy Prevails. " 112-114 N. 2nd Decatur, Illinois Phone 724-3200 BOWERS BROTHERS FARM DRAINAGE AND ENGINEERS R.R. 4 Decatur, Indiana Phone 547-4147 ADLER BROTHERS ' GARAGE R.R. 4 Decatur, Indiana Craigvi lie—565-3258 Monroe—692-6225 140 BERNE WITNESS Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2101 Put a Tiger in Your Tank BERNE OIL COMPANY Berne, Indiana GRABER INSURANCE COMPANY U.S. 27—Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2904 PETERSON GRAIN COMPANY R.R. 2—Decatur, Indiana Omaha Badger Bodies Win Power Alternators Harsh Hoists DANIEL LANTZ AND SONS R.R. 4 Decatur, Indiana Phone 565-3328 BERNE LUMBER INC. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2268 141 ■ NEUENSCHWANDER, INC. " Complete Insurance Service " Berne, Indiana—Ph. 589-2211 LEE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. Berne, Indiana Phone 589-3106 LIMBERLOST INN Food You Will Remember Us By Banquet Facilities 1 to 50 Capacity Family Food Complete Menu, Elegantly Prepared Open 6a.m. to 8p.m. Daily 11 —3 Sunday 302 South Main — Highway 27 Geneva, Indiana—Ph. 368-7897 BERNE MASTER FEED STORE Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2303 FIRST BANK OF BERNE Berne, Indiana Continuous Service Since 1891 Member of F.D.I.C. 142 GIFFORD ' S I.G.A. SUPERMARKET, INC. Quality Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Dairy, and Groceries U. S. 27 North Berne, Indiana BERNE AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 566 Highway 27 South Berne, Indiana—Ph . 589-2866 HERMAN J. BIXLER INSURANCE 179 W. Main — Berne, Indiana Phone 589-2142—Res. 368-7879 TREES DRIVE INN R.R. 1, Berne, Indiana, 589-3434 143 YAGER FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service—589-3101 MOSER MOTOR SALES, INC. 218 W. Main Berne, Indiana CTS OF BERNE, INC. 406 Parr Road Berne, Indiana JOHN-ANN BEAUTY SALON Berne, Indiana Phone 692-6221 STUCKEY ' S SHELL SERVICE U.S. 27 Berne, Indiana—Phone 589-2216 LEHMAN FEED MILL R.R. 1, Berne, Indiana, Ph. 589-2451 PALMER HOUSE RESTAURANT Berne, Indiana 144 HOME DAIRY PRODUCTS Box 309 Berne, Indiana 46711 Phone 589-3141 CLAUSER FURNITURE Highway 27 North—Berne, Indiana Two Floors of Fine Home Furnishings Congratulations and Success to the Class of 1970 BEN FRANKLIN 5—10 Berne, Indiana LEHMAN FEED MILL, INC. R.R.l, Berne, Indiana AFFOLDER IMPLEMENT SALES 589-2964 U.S. 27 South Berne, Ind. GERBER FEED MILL-SUPERSWEET FEEDS 500 S. Indiana Street Bluffton, Indiana DUTCH MILL RESTAURANT Bluffton, Indiana Compliments of EDGAR P. SPRUNGER, D.D.S. 159 N . Jefferson St. Berne, Indiana GERBER FURNITURE 1157 Fort Wayne Road Bluffton, Indiana HEYERLY ' S MARKET 728 South Main Bluffton, Indiana 146 MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE Wm. Steffen and Sons 756 Ft. Wayne Road—Bluffton, Ind. POPLAR DRIVE INN P.O. Box 145 Berne, Indiana MERS - MERCHANTS BANK FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 101 South Main Street Bluffton, Indiana RINGGER SOFT WATER Ph. 565-3373 or 565-7240 R.R. 4, Bluffton, Indi ana 147 Without the support of area businesses, this yearbook would not be possible. We there¬ fore ask you to support our advertisers and patrons. Thank you. The Cen-trails Staff BERNE Berne Hi-way Hatchery Berne Locker Storage Faith and Life Book Store The Habit Cleaners Max Lehman, D.V.M. Lehman Auction and Real Estate Rich ' s Barber Shop Schwartz ' Gift Shop and Foods Center The White Cottage CRAIGVILLE Gerber ' s Locker DECATUR Kelly Dry Cleaning Kenny ' s O.K. Barber Shop Mazelin ' s coin-op Laundry F. McConnell Sons, Inc. Shoaf Plumbing and Heating Wertzberger ' s Confectionary West End Restaurant GENEVA Hanni Furniture Myra ' s Beauty Salon Naas Foods, Inc. MONROE Dale ' s Store SALEM Salem Store VERA CRUZ Croy Machine Shop I would like to thank everyone who helped make this book possible—Mr. Shoup, for his patience and advice; staff members for coming to those hectic after-school sessions; and faculty members for allowing their classes to be interrupted. Most of all, though, I would like to thank the students of ACHS for having made 1970 a real Year of Discovery. Ruth Baker, Editor 148 I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood and I- ' I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference --Robert Frost u 150 Autographs 151 In Memoriam Mr. Leo F. Strahm Mr. Strahm taught in the Monroe area for 42 " And let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us: and establish thou the work of our hands upon us; yea, the work of our hands establish thou it. " Psalm 90:17 gam
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