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

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t Cen—Trails ’72 Adams Central CommunitySchools 222 W. Washington Monroe, Indiana Volume 23 The Year — 1972. . . ■ ABOVE-Mr. Hoffman sells concessions at a ball game. RIGHT-Carefully Terry Moser paints in art on his I. S. time. It was a year that won ' t be forgotten easily. The excitement of beating South Adams at Home¬ coming, the misery of losing a close game at the Bluffton Sec¬ tional, the thrill of an all-night prom, and the shock of Mike Gibb ' s death have all made 1972 a year that will stay fresh in our minds for a long time to come. The pains and pleasures blend to¬ gether in our memories to make all our yesterdays. . . . . . and All Our Yesterdays TOP LEFT-Greg Childs doesn ' t seem to enjoy the expe¬ rience as Mrs. Grove makes him up for the Drama Club play. BOTTOM LEFT-The majority of students arrive at school by bus to start another day. TOP RIGHT-Theresa Everett thinks of the past and enjoys the present on the Senior trip. MIDDLE RIGHT-Band is a regular thing for these musicians. TABLE OF CONTENTS Student Life. • « 4 Organizations. Athletics. .... 42 Academics.. . . Companions. Middle School. Elementary. Advertising. • • • 142 3 Dianne Victorious, Gridiron-men Successful (UPPER RIGHT) Lots of hard labor into the Home¬ coming float even though the Sophomores didn ' t win a prize for their creation. (ABOVE) Friday afternoon, the program was closed with an all¬ school pep session. (MIDDLE RIGHT) Giving her last minute instructions to Cheryl Byerly is Mrs. Stucky, Student Council Sponsor. (LOWER RIGHT) As Cindy Hoffman waits for her turn to line up, amateur mechanics try desperately to fix one of the convertables to haul a queen candidate. $ LJT ■ If . ’ { 1 1 i w; ,; v ' I i • ; yi • . s» (TOP) Homecoming Court-Kathy Arnold, Cheryl Byerly, Sara Kaehr, Diane Sprunger, queen, Becky Braden, Connie Johnson and Karla Yost. (MIDDLE LEFT) Queen Dianne innocently watches Alvin Mitchel place the crown on her head. (MID¬ DLE RIGHT) After getting the touch¬ down somebody gives the ball a bounce. The Jets beat South Adams 19-0. (LEFT) Action in the game keeps the gidelines interested. Driver’s Training, 4-H, Rescue Annie Keep Students Busy UPPER LEFT-Dan Gremaux and Mike Gilbert gain val¬ uable practice changing tires in Driver ' s Training. MIDDLE LEFT-At a display at the 4-H fair Don Welch gives Greg Landis some advice. LEFT-Mouth-to-Mouth resuscitation can save lives so Linda Gaunt aided by Cindy Rich learns to do it properly. UPPER RIGHT- Rodney Bryan cleans his stall at the 4-H fair. ABOVE- Fall is the time of the year to sell yearbook ads and Candy Parrish helps the cause by buying some cookies at Gerber ' s. 6 Long Table Removed, As Result of Mischief TOP-Mr. Houlihan singles out Denise Sprunger and tells her to get busy. ABOVE-Before the long table was removed, Rex Mayers and Randy Reynolds worked on Algebra II together. 7 Free Time — at School, Away From School 8 UPPER LEFT-What could John Bergman and Jack Myers be doing in the same pair of pants? LOWER LEFT-The extremely ticklish Rick Fiechter is being assaulted by a feather. UPPER RIGHT-Marcia " Byrd " Riley and Marlene " Duck " Noll try their be sts to fix Marlene Bieberich ' s hair. LOWER RIGHT- Juiie Hammond is very interested in someone outside the Burger Chef. OPPOSITE PAGE LEFT-At the Sophomore skating party, Ron Gremaux discovers a soft landing place. TOP RIGHT-To escape for a while, four Juniors girls play on the Monkey Bars. MIDDLE RIGHT-Caught in the act, Rex Myers prepares to send a " flying jet " . BOTTOM-Filling a bench on their IS time are Dan Fairchild, Leo Feasel, Garry Hindenlang, Bill Hitchcock, and Rex Tharp. 9 A 18 Year Olds Vote, Get Drafted Recruiters from the Armed Forces talked to the Junior and Senior boys when they landed a helicopter in back of school and during activity periods. FAR RIGHT-Leo Heimann regis¬ ters to vote with the help of a man from the county gov¬ ernment who came to sign up all eighteen year olds. 10 Assemblies Break Routine TOP-The gymnasium was packed as the Impe¬ rials preformed for an eager audience. MIDDLE LEFT-An interesting skit was presented about Nathan Hale. LOWER LEFT-A small group from one of the choirs sang several songs during the concert. MIDDLE-Richard Engle hesitantly pro¬ ceeds around the back end of a donkey as he try ' s to mount. ABOVE-Don Johnson and Arnie Riley wait for the basketball to fall through the hoop. LEFT-Waiting to interview one of the musicians for the news paper is Dixie Braden. A 11 TOP LEFT-Dressing as beauty ' contestants, these Sophomore boys attract the eye of several other boys. MIDDLE TOP-Mrs. Fruechte and Miss Gilbert arouse spirit at the pep session. TOP RIGHT- Cheryl Byerly and Karol Hakes are caught at their lockers on red and white day. LOWER LEFT-Wanda Hirschy and Carol McAhren anxiously watch the ball game. MIDDLE RIGHT-Leading the pep club in yells is Mike Lyons. RIGHT-Taking a break, Jim Slusher lets Becky Braden work on hall decorations. 12 Juniors Host All-Night Prom, Treat Seniors to Dancing, Movie, Bowling i. r j 1 r i i MIDDLE LEFT-Dancing is easy to do to the music played by the Brotherhood. LOWER LEFT-The smiles on the faces around the refreshment table tell the story of a wonderful night. ABOVE- Ked Ringger must be up to some mischievous deed from the look on his face. 13 Detroit, Windsor Greet Seniors of 72 RIGHT-Taking it all in is Richard Engle finishing his Spaghetti dinner at the Italian restaurant in Windsor Canada. SECOND IN RIGHT COLUMN-The view of Detroit from Windsor, Canada is that of an industrialized city. THIRD IN COLUMN-Relaxing a bit in Greenfield Village, the Senior boys sprawl out in the grass. BOTTOM RIGHT-Candy Parrish and Wanda Sprunger sleep on the bus while Lora Adler and Priscilla Patton catch up on their letter writing. MIDDLE TOP-Irene Kaehr adds hers to the burning pile of I. S. cards in Canada. MIDDLE BOTTOM- A relieved Steve Rich exists the washroom on the bus. LEFT TOP- " Should I buy this one? " asks Kathie Klopflisch of Marjorie Amstutz in a gift shop in Windsor. LEFT BOT- TOM-Five Senior girls take a break on the porch of the Inn at Greenfield Village. Pranks, Breakfast, Graduation Keep Seniors Busy LEFT-Surveying the picture, Al¬ vin Mitchel watches Mr. Nelson pin on the carnation. ABOVE- At the Senior Breakfast Dianne Sprunger gives Mrs. Stucky a last kiss. MIDDLE LEFT-Caught in an emotional moment, Janis Funk brushes the hair from her eyes. LEFT BOTTOM-The class prank was a decorative addition to the back of school. ABOVE-Senior girls have mixed emotions at S. S. S. breakfast. After Twelve Years of Waiting. . . TOP LEFT- Valedictorian Cheryl Byerly gives her address on love at Commencement. TOP RIGHT- Junior Class President Kathy Barger and Vice-Presi dent Susie Mattax serve as usherettes. TOP TEN-Marjorie Amstutz, ninth J. Haggard, seventh; Kathy Klop- fleisch, fifth; Irene Kaehr, third; Cheryl Byerly, first; Barb Zoll, second; Judy Gremaux, fourth; Dianne Sprunger, sixth; Virgene Lengerich, eighth: Becky Sheehan, tenth. ABOVE-Changing the tossels as J. Haggard and Judy Gremaux are doing is symbolic of graduation. UPPER LEFT-Superintendent Kenneth Paine awards Teri Morningstar her diploma after twelve years of work. LEFT-Three Seniors gfrls, Barb Zoll, Connie Stoller, and Dianne Sprunger, sing the " Halls of Central. " In Memoriam of Michael R. Gibbs The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth;. 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 La Francaise Trique Officers-Nancy Wagley, Pres.; Mrs. Phipps, Sponsor; Renee Bebout, Vice-Pres. FRENCH CLUB-FRONT ROW- Mrs. Phipps, Cindy Tricker, Sue Schlickman, Renee Be¬ bout, Myra Caudle, Sonja Poorman, Susie Gerber, Lila Berger, Araee Steury, Lisa Burkhead; ROW 2-Cindy Par¬ rish, Jayne Byerly, Laura Ed¬ wards, Shirley Bertsch, Debbie Johnson, Cindy Ogg, Pam Wilks, Debbie Habegger, Cheryl Rich, Ed Fisher; ROW 3- Sharon Mankey, Becky Brad den, Kim Nussbaum, Angie Raudenbush, Debbie Miller, Debbie Christman, Nancy Wag- ley, Carol Reinhard, Sharon Ehrsam, Frank Coppes; ROW 4- Debbie Rupert, Theresa Ad¬ ler, Virgene Lengerich, Eric Cavanaugh, Doug Wilks, Randy McKean, Keith Steffen, Karen Seitz, Debra Gerber, Jon Kaehr. 20 El Espanol Circulo SPANISH CLUB ROW 1-Miss Williamson, Lynn Miller, Cindy Schwartz, Larry Stoller, Jackie Gerber, Colleen Zurcher, Jane Grove, Duane Gerig, Julie Hammond, Susie Mattax, Don Fiechter; ROW 2-Karen Sheehan, Cary ' Zurcher, Kevin Sipe, Dave Rich, Carolyn Man- ley, Carol LaFontaine, Karol Hakes, Cheryl King, John Gremaux, Darryl Gerber, James Dennison; Linda Gaunt, Arlene Nussbaum, Denise Sprunger, Angie Mit- chel, Beth Arnold, Leslie Markel, Emily Smith, Julie Flouk, Kathy Wulliman, Joan McAhren, Karla Yost; ROW 4: Denny Leyse, Kevin Richards, Connie Johnson, Kathy Rumschlag, Hollie Ringger, Linda Winans, Cathy Wolfe, Becky Lichtenberger, Joyce Geisel, Mindy Weisman, Rodney Gledhill; ROW 5-Kathie Klop- fleisch, Barb Zoll, Angie Geyer, Nancy Morrissey, Virgene Lengerich, Diane Weisman, Cindy Hoffman, Bev Gerber, Jill Lehman, Myrna Galloghy, Dianne Sprunger; ROW 6-Jean Gilbert, Vicki Kolter, Patty ' Sauers, Connie Stoller, Joy Arnold, Dave Somers, Cindy Rich, Cindy Teeple, Lois Braun, Wanda Sprun¬ ger, Sue Bollenbacher; ROW 7-Norman Sprunger, Brent Landis, James Arnold, Richard Brock, Dan Ker- schner, Andy ' Miller, Kim Fruechte, Dean Lehman, Tom Jesionowski, Gene Gilgen, Jr. , Gorden Gerber. STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED-Renee Bebout, Nancy Fiechter, Kim Nussbaum, Secretary, Sara Kaehr, President, Keith Steffen, Treasure, Dave Lyons, Denise Sprunger, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stucky, Mr. Hilbert, Ron Borne, Becky Braden, Randy Landis, Ed Fisher, Mr. Schnepf. Student Council Don ' t cry Linda. 22 SPIRIT BOOSTERS: FRONT ROW: Miss Gilbert, Judy Gremaux, Beth Arnold, Angie Rau- denbush, Renee Bebout, Dianne Sprunger, ROW 2: Marca Riley, Patty Sauers, Jayne By- erly, Debbie Habbegar, Laura Edwards. Pep Club in Action MIDDLE LEFT: One of the many talents of the Pep Club. MIDDLE RIGHT: Come on you guys. LOWER RIGHT: Eat em up. I FRONT ROW: Mrs. Grove, Dara Kaehr, Becky Sommer, Greg Childs, Virgene Len- gerich, Don Welch, Cheryl Byerly, Joy Arnold, Dolored Heimann. ROW 2: Cindy Hoffman, Barb Zoll, Rodney Bryan, Rod Owens, Jeff Weisman, Bob Grove, Ken Zimmerman, Barb Mailer. ROW 3: Theresa Miller, Dave Eyanson, Amee Steury, Mindy Weisman, Dave Som¬ mers, Angie Raudenbush, Scott Bassett, Ron Gremaux. Newspaper Staff Sells Ads to Make Money « (UPPER LEFT) Typing steadily, Barb Mailer prepares copy to be sent to the Decatur Daily Democrat. (ABOVE) Editing the newspaper is no easy job as Virgene Lengerich and Greg Childs design a layout. (LOWER RIGHT) Trying to capture the real Snoppy, Becky Sommer draws for the newspaper. 24 Yearbook Staff Battles Deadlines; Editors Lose Sleep Using the soft sell, Candy Parrish gets an ad from Gerber ' s in Monroe. Miss Rimmell; Judy Gremaux, editor; Wanda Sprunger, Setion editor; Rex Young, assistant editor. Cen-Trails Staff 25 Sunshine i i MIDDLE RIGHT-Sunshine Officers Mrs. Rowena Stucky, Sponsor. Lila Barger, Vice-President. Connie Johnson, Recording. Mrs. Pat Stuckey, Sponsor. Sara Kaehr, Treasure. Kathir Klopfleisch, State Recording Secretary. Dianne Sprunger, President. Kim Nussbaum, Correspond¬ ing Secretary. LOWER RIGHT-Shucks, I didn ' t get any. MIDDLE RIGHT-Sandy Rhodes, winner of the candy sales. 26 CENTER LEFT: Up to your old tricks again girls? CENTER: Your wish is my command. LOWER: FRONT ROW: Jill Pierce, Jackie Miller, Dave Somers, Dave Rich, Margie Dailey, Cindy Parrish. ROW 2: Judy Gre- maux, Cindy Eysnson, Pam Bryan, Therese Miller, Debbie Simon, Elaine Watkins. ROW 3: Gloria Patrick, Carolyn Clark, Goldie Hill, Sandy Borne, Sharon Fuelling, Loretta Miller, Angie Geyer, Darla Teeple. 27 I Punch, Cookies for Guests NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW-Miss Beavers, Lila Berger, Irene Kaehr, Denise Sprunger, Martha Caudle, Sheila Wolfe, Judy Gremaux; ROW 2-Kent Steiner, Nancy Wagley, Barbara Zoll, Virgene Lengerich, Greg Lan¬ dis, Carol LaFontaine, Beth Arnold; ROW 3-Becky Sheehan, Kathie Klop- fleisch, Marjorie Amstutz, Joy Arnold, Connie Stoller, Sharon Ehrsam, Dianne Sprunger, Gary ' Hack; ROW 4-Carol Reinhard, Mark Zurcher, Greg Gerber, J. Haggard, Jeff Soldner, Greg Childs, Patty Sauers, Cheryl Byerly, Rex Young. ABOVE-Miss Beavers, Sponsor; Gary ' Hack, Pres.; Barbara Zoll, V. Pres.; Kathie Klopfleisch, Sec.-Treas. MIDDLE RIGHT-Punch is served to parents and new members by Irene Kaehr at the N.H. S. induction. RIGHT -These members of N.H. S. sang at the formal induction on May 8. National Honor Society Holds Induction Services, I Librarians Give Party to Honor Mrs.Stucky LEFT-John Hack stuffs himself with the food Mrs. tries to hide. MIDDLE LEFT-Janet Miller calculates the number of books circulated during the day. UPPER RIGHT-A sad but sweet party honors Mrs. Stucky before she takes a leave of absence. LOWER RIGHT-Jim Slusher smiles as he shelves books. STUDENT LIBRARIANS--ROW 1-Dave Somers, Pam Bryan, Debbie Miller, Barb Mailer, Lisa Burkhead. ROW 2-Jim Slusher, Carol Reinhard, Becky Braden, Vicki Kolter, Janet Miller, Wanda Sprunger. ROW 3-Mrs. Fruechte, Mrs. Burkhead, Phil Brodbeck, Jeff Weisman, Roger Osterman, Rodney Bryan, Ed Scheiner. 29 Future Farmers of America (RIGHT) One of the State FFA Officers pins a corsage on Debbie Johnson, the FFA Sweetheart. (BELOW) A project that FFA under¬ took was to all shrubs pruned, and three Freshman boys get out of class to trim. xr xrV. . BfcMw,AtV r tS ESiFmihM IK ' • ' 1 ■ “ is ; I (UPPER RIGHT) Don Inniger and Mr. Watson hold the meeting of the annual Thanksgiving program. (LOWER RIGHT) To beautify the school grounds the FFA boys plant some trees. (ABOVE) Singing " A Bushel and A Peck, " the pretty entertainment flirts with Mr. Watson. Awards Presented at Spring Banquet 31 Speech Club Wins Prize (RIGHT) Winning third place prize in the Homecoming Parade, was the simple Speech Club float. (BELOW) Officers-Mr. Markley, sponsor; Cheryl Byerly, treas. ; Kathy Arnold, Pres. ; Mike Lyons, V. Pres. ; and Judy Gremaux, Sec. SPEECH CLUB--(FRONT ROW) Mr. Markley, Angie Mitchell, Karol Hakes, Vicki Kolter, Irene Kaehr, Candy Par¬ rish, Lois Braun, Lora Adler, Kay Ehrman; (SECOND ROW) Judy Gremaux, Nancy Fiechter, Kathy Arnold, Sharon Ehrsam, Barb Zoll, Pam Isch, Dianne Sprunger, Shirley Bertsch, Linda Gaunt, Priscilla Patton, Becky Kaehr; (THIRD ROW) Connie Stoller, Teri Morningstar, Joy Arnold, Don Welch, Greg Childs, Ron Gremaux, Cheryl Byer- ]y, Cindy Rich, Carol McAhren; (FOURTH ROW) Alvin Mitchel, Mike Lyons, Kim Fisher, Robby Rich, Dean Leyse Jeff Soldner, Ron Borne, Don Johnson, Greg Gerber, Wi t I m 1 1 Barb, Greg Have Leads Drama Club Presents “Alas Babylon” LEFT-Drama club officers-FRONT ROW-Linda Gaunt, Sec-Treas.; Barb Zoll, Pres.; Nancy Fiechter, Vice-Pres. ; STANDING-Mrs. Grove, Spon¬ sor. ABOVE MIDDLE-Suspense rises in the play when Dennis McCullough holds Rod Owens and Barb Zoll at gunpoint. ABOVE RIGHT-A touch of romance is added to the night when Priscilla Patton tries to seduce Greg Childs. FAR LEFT- Sitting erect Greg Childs allows Mrs. Grove to add the final touches. LEFT- Acting in a natural role, Sue Schlickman plays a librarian. 33 Outlets for Pleasant Voices High School Choir MIDDLE: SWING CHOIR FRONT ROW: Colleen Zurcher, Dave Zurcher, Teri Morningstar, ROW 2: Sonja Poorman, Sue Schlickman, Linda Gaunt, Barb Zoll, Carla Mitchel, Vickie Kolter, Sharon Mankey, Barb Miller, Myra Caudle, ROW 3: Scott Bassett, Dave Somers, Brad Miller, Rod Owens, David Seitz, Rodney, Bryan, Kent Steffen, Jim Slusher. LOWER: Sing ' m up a storm ? 34 ■V w hip ; - - - . W i v . mA f A- m. Girl’s Glee Club CENTER LEFT: POM POM GIRLS; FRONT ROW: Mindy Weisman, Sue Bollen- bacher, Vicki Kolter, Debbie Christman, ROW 2: Linda Ehrsam, Connie Johnson, Pam Isch, Denise Sprunger. CENTER RIGHT: TWIRLERS: Carolyn Manley, Deb¬ bie Habeggar, Cindy Eyanson, Nan Bassett. LOWER: A. C. Renews old tradition of presenting the flag. 35 Junior High 36 Sixth Grade Band School Band MIDDLE LEFT: What ' s so funny, Anita? MIDDLE RIGHT: Are you sure you don ' t have my music? 37 UPPER RIGHT-Arlin Heyerly-Drum Major UPPER LEFT-Sharon Mankey-Feature Twirler High School i y Hearty appetites made the Music Loyalty fish fry a success. FRONT ROW: Thersa Adler, Jerine Kauffman, Angie Mitchell, Janis Funk, Sara Kaehr, Barb Zoll, ROW 2: Gordon Gerber, Dean Lehman, Duane Gerig, Frank Coppes, Ed Steffen, Jim Slusher, Greg Braun, ROW 3: Don Fiechter, Norma Sprunger, Dave Eyanson, Scott Basset, Kathy Barger, Joyce Geisel, Gene Gilgen, ROW 4: Arlin Heyerly, Rod Owens, Diane Weisman, Rodney Bryan, Dave Bertsch. Concert Band High School Marching Band BOTTOM: STAGE BAND; FRONT ROW: Greg Braun, Sue Schlikcman, Jim Slusher, Ed Steffen, ROW 2: Darryl Ger¬ ber, Frank Coppess, Duane Gerig, Arlin Heyerly, ROW 3: Ken Zimmerman, Dave Eyanson, Kathy Barger, Scott Bassett, Piano-Carla Mitchel, Drums-Dave Bertsch, Guitar-Teri Morningstar, Rod Owens. 40 Electronics Broadcasts Home Sports Events RIGHT-Running the controls, Ross Andrews waits for Leslie Markel to wind up the sports broadcast. BELOW-Electronics Club-STANDING-Steve Braun, Richard Watkins, John Hack, Leslie Markel, Lynn Garner, Leo Heimann, John Gilbert, Mike Gibbs, Mike Braun, Bob Grove, Mr. Nelson, sponsor; FRONT ROW-Gary Hack, Pres.; Ross Andrews, V-Pres. ; Jon Rich, Sec. - Treas. ; Arlin Heyerly, Reporter. Art Club Visits Chicago ART CLUB--(FRONT ROW)Maralee Gilbert, Carolyn Clark, Debbie Siman, Sherry Girod, Janice Ellenberger, Janice Ross, Karen Sietz, Nancy Feichter; (STANDING) Dave Rich, Goldie Hill, Dennis Gardner, Roland Conrad, Jim Slusher, Dennis McCullough, Mike Gerber, Cindy Teeple, Loretta Miller, Mr. Walsh. 41 42 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: BOTTOM ROW: Karol Hakes, Janet Workinger, Cheryl Byerly, TOP ROW: Connie Stol- ler, Sandy Neadstine, Karla Yost. CENTER LEFT: They finally made it? CENTER RIGHT: BOTTOM ROW: Nan Yost, Bev Braden, Karen Coyne, TOP ROW: Lori Jackson, BOTTOM: It was this big! UPPER LEFT: B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS: Debbie Christman, Julie Hammond, Debbie Johnson. UPPER RIGHT: Gibbs gets cake cause his wife can ' t bake. CENTER LEFT: 7 TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Becky Sheets, Melonie Bowen, Kathy Strahm, Pam Arnold. CENTER RIGHT: 8TH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: FRONT: Cindy Longenber- ger, BACK: Tammy Roe, Rosie Fairchild, Vick ie Mitchel. LOWER LEFT: Practice make perfect. LOWER CENTER: I can ' t believe they lost the game! LOWER RIGHT: Power to the Jets! 45 ROW 1: Kim Fruechte, Dave Jesionowski, Jim Johnson, John Wittwer, Jeff Soldner, John Hammond, Mike Lyons, Scott Bassett, Greg Childs, Mark Kaehr, Jim Foreman, ROW 2: Coach Huffman, Richard Watkins, James Dennison, Rick Hurst, Norman Sprunger, Lynn Stucky, Dan Gremaux, Derryl Aschliman, Jim Bowers, Gene Gilgen, Ron Gre- maux, Bruce Garwood, Coach Fallisj ROW 3: Carey Zurcher, Ron Myers, Keith Gerber, Randy Nussbaum, Jim Ar¬ nold, Eric Tonner, Steve Longenberger, Leslie Marckel, Dean Lelman, Mark Sauers, Doug Moser, Scott Kaehr, Scott Mansfield, ROW 4: Coach Hilbert, Kim Fisher, Don Johnson, Alvin Mitchel, Joel Houk, Rick Hoffman, Bob Mutschler, Dean Leyse, Corky Girod, John Gilbert, Robin Landis, Kent Steffen, Coach Ransbottom Victory is never definite until the final buzzer sounds, and Mr. Hilbert shows it as he paces the sidelines during the South Adams game. FOOTBALL A. C. - Blackford 0-22 A. C. - Heritage 0- 0 A.C. - Homestead 7- 6 A.C. - Churubusco 34- 7 A.C. - So. Wells 6-10 A.C. - Eastside 36- 0 A.C. - Norwell 12-21 A.C. - S.o Adams 19- 0 Because it is a game of impact, only the fitest and strong¬ est can survive. 46 4 FRESHMAN TEAM: FRONT ROW: Roland Conrad, John Soldner, John Gremaux, Dave Bowers, Dean Hirschy, Larry Stoller, Ed Fisher, Keith Steffen, Denny Leyse, ROW 2: Dave Lyons, Tom Jesionowski, Mike Marbach, Kip Nussbaum, Scott Kohne, Dan Workinger, Jerry Braun, Brad Miller, Larry Stoller, ROW 3: Coach Green, Char¬ lie Bowers, John Sipe. Studying the situation, Scott Kaehr awaits his turn in the game. i i 47 8th Grade Football 7th Grade Football (UPPER RIGHT) Roger Tullis, A. C. ' s best harrier, hurries to the finish line against Bellmont. (MIDDLE LEFT) A two mile run seems to be hard on Roger Osterman. (MIDDLE) The runners are waiting for Mr. McIntosh to fire the gun start¬ ing the pre-season conditioner. (LEFT) Mr. Minch awards Roger Tullis with a trophy. CROSSCOUNTRY: FRONT ROW: Dave Rich, Steve Bieberich, Lynn Garner, Randy Patch, Jerry Harvey, Tom Sprunger, Dan Ross, Don Fiechter; ROW 2: Coach Humble, Dale Adler, Mike Raudenbush, Roger Osterman, Mike Gibbs, Ron Borne, Doug Wilks, Roger Tullis, DeWayne Haines. 49 A.C. Loses Close One in Sectional i Basketball A.C. - Blackford 66-85 A.C. - Eastside 73-58 A.C. - Pennville 75-59 A.C. - Homestead 71-80 A.C. - So. Wells 56-65 A.C. - Bluffton 50-60 A.C. - Norwell 65-53 A.C. - Leo 62-106 A.C. - Woodland 63-65 A.C. - Bellmont 50-71 A.C. - So. Adams 73-77 A.C. - Bryant 58-54 A.C. - Carroll 57-77 A. C. - Eastbrooks 59-61 A.C. A.C. - Churubusco - Portland 86-64 57-80 A.C. - Heritage 48-49 A.C. - Bishop Luers 54-45 ACAC-A Sectional . C. - So. . - A.C. - Wells 64-65 Norwell 60-62 UPPER RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Dave Rich, DeWayne Haines, Kim Fruechte, Ron Borne, Kim Fisher, John Hammond, ROW 2: Jim Dennison, Randy Landis, Mike Gibbs, Jack Stepler, Dan Kershner, Carey Zurcher, ROW 3: Coach Gibbs, John Gilbert, Andy Miller, Dean Leyse, Bob Gerber, Coach Mc¬ Intosh. UPPER LEFT: Randy Landis gets one foul shot against Bellmont. A.C . lost that game, 71-50. LOWER LEFT: Ron Borne cuts for the basket during one of the practice sessions. LOWER RIGHT: John Hammond tries to go under a Eastbrook player in game won by Eastbrook, 61-59. Coach Gibbs yells instructions from tire bench during the sectional against Norwell. UPPER LEFT: Jack Stepler gets ready for a rebound after a foul shot in a game against Bellmont, LOWER LEFT: Concentrating on making a foul shot against Eastbrook, Andy Miller hopes to take the lead early in the game. FRONT ROW: Lynn Stucky, Dale Adler, Greg Childs, Randy Nussbaum. ROW 2: Jim Dennison, Jim Arnold, Doug Wilks, Ron Myers, Carey Bur- cher. ROW 3: Dan Kershner, Jack Stepler, Mike Gibbs, Randy Landis, Coach McIntosh. 51 DeWayne Haines and Andy Miller go for a rebound against Norwell in the Sectional. Basketball Trying to be an imposing figure, Coach McIntosh pushes one of the players. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: Ned Arnold, Dan Ross, Larry Arnold, Colin Hirschy, Ed Fisher, Dean Hirschy, ROW 2: Keith Steffen, John Soldner, Jerry Harvey, Tony Slusher, Dave Lyons, ROW 3: Jerry Braun, Dan Workinger, Joe Baker, Bill Burkhart, Scott Khone, John Genth. 52 Trying to instill pride and deter¬ mination, Coach Gibbs lectures the teams. 8th Grade - BASKETBALL, FRONT ROW-Brian Ehrsam, Jeff Johnston, Kendall Ringger, Brent Troxel, Kevin Ehrman, Gary Fiechter, ROW 2-Fred Evans, Dar¬ rell Stout, Mark Mitchel, Mark Mansfield, Brad Nussbaum, Darrell Gerber, ROW 3-Terry Sheets, Mike Barger, Mike Jesionowski, Bill Haugk, Malcolm Gilbert, Rick Rumple, Coach Carr. Genth take a break. 7th grade-BASKETBALL, FRONT ROW: Randy Geyer, Randy Rumple, Jim Engle, Von Ringger, Bob Hurst, Mark Rich, ROW 2: Brad Childs, David Hirschy Dean Arnold, Scott Gerber, Randy Mutschler, Rodney Ross, ROW 3: Coach Markley, Randy McCullough, Ron Manley, Tony Landis, Doug Yoder, Rex Hamilton. 53 VARSITY TEAM: KNEELING: Rex Tharp, Steve Rich, Keith Gerber, Mark Sauers, Ron Gremaux, STANDING: Coach Humble, Steve Braun, Doug Moser, Dan Gremaux, Scott Bassett, Tom Sprunger, Larry ' Stoller. Wrestling H as Winning Season Pinning theNorwell wrestler aided by Ton Sprunger in his undefeated regular season action. RESERVE TEAM: FRONT ROW: Dave Bowers, Lynn Garner, Brad Miller, Derryl Aschliman, John Gremaux, John Kaehr, Rick Fiechter, ROW 2: Gene Gilgen, Richard Watkins, Mike Mar- bach, Dave Eyanson, Keith Steffen, Gary Andrews, Kip Nussbaum, ROW 3: Coach Sprunger, Steve Miller, Tom Jesionowski, Dave Jesionowski, Mic Gerber, Gary Hodle, Les Marckle. 54 MIDDLE SCHOOL FRONT ROW: Randy Mutschler, Joe Mailer, Gary Seitz, Jimmy Fiechter, ROW 2: Jeff Johnston, Brad Wilks, Mark Slucher, Jim McKean, Rex Reynolds, Art Weisman, ROW 3: Jack Bertsch, Doug Daily, Denver Nussbaum, Jim Rhodes A. C, - Eastside 54-18 A. C, - Carroll 38-23 A. C. - North Field 42-20 J «c - Wayne 8-54 A. C. - Blackford 34-23 A. C. - Homestead 20-42 A. C. - South Adams 33-31 A. C. - Woodlan 21-40 A.C. - Norwell 28-31 A. C. - Winchester 42-20 A.C. - Monroe Central 38-26 (UPPER LEFT) Staying off the mat is hard work for Coach Humble. (UPPER RIGHT) Using a figure four on the opponent ' s stomach, Dan Gremaux tries to force a pin. (BOT¬ TOM RIGHT) Arms and legs seem to be out of place as the wrestlers practice " stacking. (BOTTOM MIDDLE) Before matches, wrestlers often had to spend time in the sweat room to lose weight. 55 The G.A. A. for the first time ever, has had a winning season ' s in all of the inter scholastic sports this year. In softball the G.A. A. had an undefeated season with a record of 7 wins and no loses. The surprise of the year came when Adams Central beat Leo, who was undefeated for two years. The Basketball team had an equally good season this year with only one defeat and 8 wins. A.C. beat Huntington this year, a team which also hadn’t been beaten in two years. The volleyball team, for the first time, had a record of 9 wins and only five loses. Adams Central placed runners-up in the A.C.A.C. tourney. 56 LEFT: Did anyone see a small boys blue coat, a hat, num¬ ber 13, or a coat, number 312? RIGHT: This cake was given to the seniors by the rest of the team, in memory of an undefeated softball season. i i FRONT ROW: J. Berry, K. Barger, D. Sprunger, N. Fiechter, C. Rhodes, K. Coyne, T. Nussbaum. ROW 2: Coach Gilbert, A. Mitchel, D. Rumple, J. Ross, C. Clark, D. Habeggar, L. Jackson, ROW 3: B. Heiman, G. Hill, B. Gerber, Bev Braden, S. Fuelling, Becky Braden, P. Sauers, M. Gilbert. 57 GAA Basketball Has a Good Season GAA BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Coach Gilbert, N. Fiechter, D. Sprunger, C. Rhodes, T. Nussbaum. ROW 2: K. Coyne, L. Jackson, K. Barger, H. Ringger, P. Wilks, D. Habbegar, P. Bryan. ROW 3: J. Ross, B. Gerber, Bev Braden, C. Mitchel, S. Fuelling, Becky Braden, P. Sauers, D. Weisman. MIDDLE LEFT: Nancy, anybody who stands flatfooted on a basketball court needs to hide their face. MID¬ DLE RIGHT: Didn ' t anyone ever tell Miss Gilbert it is not polite to point. LOWER RIGHT: Hey guys, the action ' s on the floor. 58 I " jg yMmm jv • W£ " S.. i - ii£JR 1 SU ® mm GAA VOLLEYBALL: FRONT ROW: Coach Gilbert, C. Rhodes, D. Sprunger, C. Bylerly, S. Kaehr, N. Fiechter, ROW 2: J. Beery, J. Rich, J. Byerly, D. Teeple, J. Beery, C. Clark, T. Alder, K. Ehrman, P. Sauers, J. Ross, E. Smith. 59 Rifle Team H as Good Season Positioning his gun for off-hand shooting, Tony Braun concen¬ trates only on the target. ROW 1: Mr. Hinden- lang, Kathy Barger, Karen Barger, Karen Sietz, Greg Braun, Martha Caudle, Lila Barger. ROW 2: Tim Lichtenberger, Kevin Barger, Roland Con¬ rad, Tony Braun, Carlos Pierce, Ron Hieser, Neal Martin. ROW 3: Eric Cava¬ naugh, Gary Hodle, Don Harvey, Robbie Rich, J. Haggard, Ross Andrews, Jim Bowers, Gary An¬ drews. (ABOVE) Grading and recording target scores keeps Martha Caudle busy at the Bellmont rifle range. (ABOVE RIGHT) Shooting prone, Gary Hodle gets in a comfortable position for the next relay. 60 Dale Adler, John Hammond, Corky Girod, Alvin Mit- chel, John Gilbert, Mike Lyons, Steve Rich, Kim Fis¬ cher, and Ron Borne pose with the trophies they re¬ ceived at the Fall Athletic Banquet. LETTERMAN ' S CLUB FRONT ROW: Mr. Hoffman, Scott Bassett, Derry] Achliman, John Wittwer, Richard Watkins, John Hammond, Tony Braun, Dave Rich, Tom Sprunger, Dan Gremaux, Don Fiechter. ROW 2: Randy Nussbaum, Jim Foreman, Kent Steffen, Dale Adler, Mark Kaehr, Joel Houk, Mike Roudenbush, Ron Gremaux, Jim Bowers, Mike Nussbaum, Lynn Stucky. ROW 3: Kim Fischer, Bob Mutcshler, Alvin Mitchel, Ross Andrews, Don Johnson, Robby Rich, Randy Reynolds, Rick Hurst, Dave Jesionowski, Jeff Soldner, Robin Landis, Mark Zurcher. ROW 4: Mike Lyons, Doug Wilks, Kim Fruechte, Mike Gibbs, Steve Rich, John Gilbert, :Andy Miller, Dean Leyse, Jack Stepler, Roger Osterman, Randy Landis, Ron Borne. Intramurals Occupy Boys Free Time LEFT TO RIGHT: First place team: FRONT ROW: John Wittwer, Mike Lyons. ROW 2: Bry ce Hoffman, Jim Foreman, Rick Hurst, Bob Mutschler. Second place team: FRONT ROW: Dan Funk, Bob Gerber, Ted Biberstine. ROW 2: Joel Houk, Jeff Weisman, Don Johnson. Don Fiechter trys to guard Eric Tonner in an intramural basketball game. Bet¬ ween games, Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Carr take it easy. 61 AC Sends Four Boys to Golf Sectional RIGHT-GOLF TEAM-Duane Gerig, Frank Coppess, John Hack, Gary Hack, Mike Raudenbush, Jeff Weis- man, Jack Stepler, Tim Jackson, Eric Dick, Rex Young, Greg Landis, Mr. Habbeger. Teeing off first, Jack Stepler makes Gary Hack wait in line. Waiting his turn, John Hack watches Greg Landis putt the ball. These four boys, Jack Stepler, Gary Hack, John Hack, and Greg Landis, participated in the golf sectional. 62 Track Men Set Records FAR LEFT-It was not uncommon for Jim Foreman to vault with his sweats on, up to heights of 11 ' 6 " . LEFT-Coming to the fin¬ ish line at Bellmont, Randy Landis strains to make the last steps. MIDDLE LEFT-To do their calisthenics before track practice, Kim Fisher and Mike Lyons work on the Nine-man-gym. LOWER LEFT-Just a little farther and Kim Fruechte will over the bar in the high jump. I I ABOVE-RESERVE TEAM-FRONT ROW- Jerry Braun, Kip Nussbaum, Keith Stef¬ fen, Don Fiechter, Ed Fisher, Carey Zurcher, Steve Longenberger, Keith Ger¬ ber; BACK ROW-Ron Myers, Gene Gil- gen, Jr. , Kevin Richards, Tom Jesionow- ski, James Arnold, Neal Poling, Ed Stef¬ fen. LEFT-VARSITY TEAM-FRONT ROW- Leslie Markel, Dave Seitz, Mike Lyons, Kim Fisher, Mark Kaohr, Jim Foreman, Kim Fruechte, Roger Tullis, Don Welch, Mr. Hoffman; STANDING-Norman Sprun- ger, Dean Lehman, Randy Landis, Rick Hurst, Dean Leyse, Andy Miller, Robin Landis, Randy Reynolds, Mr. Gibbs. 63 4 Summer Team Wins ACAC Title SUMMER BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW-Kent Steffen, Richard Wat¬ kins, Randy Nussbaum, Greg Childs, Vicki Kolter, Beth Arnold, Lynn Lynn Stucky, Ron Gremaux, John Hammond, Mike Lyons; ROW 2- Mike Nussbaum, Ron Myers, Mr. McIntosh, James Arnold, Ron Borne, Alvin Mitchel, Mark Zurcher, Bob Mutchler, Jeff Soldner, Alan Ar¬ nold, Rick Hurst, Kim Fisher, Mr. Fallis, Dale Adler. RIGHT MIDDLE-Warming up before a game, Mike Lyons winds up and hurls the pitch. LOWER RIGHT-Mike Lyons presents the ACAC Trophy and the Sectional trophy to the school at an assembly. 64 Jets Bow to Defeat Lose to Bellmont » BASEBALL TEAM-FRONT ROW-Carey Zurcher, Lynn Stucky, Ron Gre- maux, Greg Childs, John Hammond, Mike Lyons; ROW 2-Kim Fisher, Randy Nussbaum, Rex Myers, Bob Mutschler, Rick Hurst, Dale Adler, Alvin Mitchel; ROW 3-Mr. McIntosh, Jeff Soldner, Ron Borne, Mark Zurcher, James Arnold, Mr. Fallis. UPPER LEFT-Bat girl Vicki Kol- ter, watches the game with Mr. McIntosh. MIDDLE-A spectator ' s view of Dale Adler as he hurls his pitch to John Hammond. RIGHT- Hoping to save AC from a sectional defeat, Mike Lyons waits for the pitch. LEFT-Being good sports, the Jets congratulate Bellmont after they bowed down to the Braves. 65 Multi-Phase Experimental English ProgramTested on Seniors (UPPER LEFT) To fulfill her assignment in MassMedia, Virgene Len- gerich interviews Linda Gaunt and Nancy Fiechter. (LOWER LEFT) Even Miss Rimmel ' s English classes can be being. (UPPER RIGHT) To keep English III interesting, students act out parts. (MIDDLE RIGHT) To be comfortable is the key to successful reading. (LOWER RIGHT) Do Mrs. Grove ' s Comp. Classes really stink. I 68 Drama, Speech Good Training for Students (UPPER LEFT) Acting as if she knows what she ' s doing is Linda Gaunt demonstrat¬ ing how to clean a gun. (MIDDLE LEFT) Posing as town drunks, Wanda Sprunger, Kay Ehrman, and Lora Alder act out a skit for Drama. (LOWER LEFT) Revealing one of his trade secrets, Don Johnson shows how to set off firecrackers. (UPPER RIGHT) Seriously fitting into roles as mice, Linda Gaunt and Kathy Arnold plan to get some cheese. (LOWER RIGHT) Virgene Lengerich becomes hysterical in her skit when Dennis McCullough dies. 69 ABOVE-After mixing several elements, Kathie Klopfleisch then tests for acid-base in a Bio- Chem demonstration. UPPER RIGHT-Having pro¬ blems with a dissection, Ron Johnson receives help from Miss Hallman, a student teacher. MID¬ DLE RIGHT-Theresa Adler, Jerine Kauffman, and Jan Beery tease the Boa Constrictor during their I. S. time. BOTTOM RIGHT-Relaxing while studing for a quiz, Tom Sprunger and Roger Tul- lis review Physics. 70 m; Mice, Chickens, Boa Constrictor Exercise Authority in Science Department TOP LEFT-These Physics boys, Ross Andrews and Jon Rich, are caught playing with a tuning fork. LEFT-General Science prepares Dan Ross, Jim Patton, Rex Mihm, Bob Loshe, and Gerald Manley in the art of blowing up the science lab. 71 Graphs, Planes, Solids Keep Math Students Busy (RIGHT) Knowledge is a pleasant thing to Debbie Habegger as she listens to Spanish tapes. (BELOW) What could Jeff Soldner and Dianne Sprunger be talking about during Senior math class? (MIDDLE RIGHT) While the lesson is being explained, Bev Braden seems to be daydreaming, but is that possible? (LOWER RIGHT) Sometimes people learn better if others their own age explain things to them, so Dave Bowers and Ned Arnold are working together. 72 Foreign Languages Present Challenge ■ m n (UPPER RIGHT) While Mark Zurcher trys to improve his Spanish reading, the rest of the class listens for mistakes. (MIDDLE LEFT) Ed Fisher writes out his French verb tenses for review. (LOWER LEFT) John Gremaux laughs at Holly Ringer when she is told to get rid of her gum. 73 Routine Depends on the Center RIGHT-Shirley Fruechte does her thing as she works in the center. BELOW - Mike Braun shows off his ability as TV cameraman. MIDDLE RIGHT-It’s been a rough day in the center for Mr. Nelson. LOWER RIGHT-Roving the halls is a past time of the electronics boys after their cart is loaded. 74 Industrial Arts— Good Training RIGHT-The angry machine spits fire at John Riff as he grinds down his rod. BELOW-Dean Hirschy is ashamed that he made Kip Nussbaum do all the work. LOWER LEFT-Building Trades has taught Randy Mailloux how to nail his hand to the wood. MIDDLE RIGHT-With nothing else to do, Paul Swygart traces around his ruler. LOWER RIGHT-Cleaning up afterwards as Rod Gledhill does, is just one the chores that accompanies Shop Class. Girls Prepare for Homemaking (ABOVE) The seniors take a break before they begin their discussion on marriage. (TOP RIGHT) Miss Hunteman ' s seventh graders show no fear as they sample their culinary ' creations. (MIDDLE RIGHT) How does one make a bed without disturbing a patient? Ask Kathy Rumschlag and Becky Lichtenberger. (BOTTOM RIGHT) Arline Nuss- baum sends her little sister swinging over the audience during the fash¬ ion show that the Home Ec. Department presented to model the clothes that students made. 76 Business Courses Prove Experience Best Way CO-OP STUDENTS-FRONT ROW-Mr. Watson, Carol La- Fontaine, Shirley Bertsch, Sheila Wolfe, Kathy Hirschy, I Irene Kaehr, Mr. Bryan; ROW 2-Sherril Myers, Jackie Birch, Pam Isch, Becky Sheehan, Lois Heyerly, Sharon Mankey, Debbie Roe; ROW 3-Dan Fairchild, Mike Klinger, Vern Peterson, Terry Moser, Marshall Zimmerman, Margie Am- stutz, Carol McAhren; ROW 4-Vic Steiner, Dave Roe, Corky Girod, Ted Biberstine, Steve Nussbaum, Richard Engle. TOP RIGHT-Making Christmas Cards was one of the many activities by the CO-OP students. TOP RIGHT-Typing II has helped Becky ' Kaehr ' s speec and accuracy. LEFT-Does Connie Johnson alway ' s get help from Denise Sprunger in Bookkeeping? 77 . ' (LEFT) In World History, Les Marcke explains some slide. (ABOVE) A missionary from South America speaks to the U.S. History Class during a large group sessi on. Social Studies (UPPER RIGHT) Listening intently, Rodney Bryan takes notes in U. S. History. 78 k Students Study Way People Live, Think, React (UPPER RIGHT) Trying to get a momopoly, Don Welch advances from North Carolina Avenue. (BE¬ LOW) In another Econ. game, Ron Borne pays off his debt to Jeff Soldner. (MIDDLE RIGHT) Mike Gibbs runs the maze in psychology. (LOWER RIGHT) Cindy Teeple appears to be interested in the film strip Mr. Gibbs is showing. Self - expression Developed in Music, Art RIGHT-Doing her own thing, Becky Sommer carves an abstract clay sculpture. BELOW- Susie Gerber and Janis Funk are really interest¬ ed in the piece they ' re playing. 1 j j I ABOVE-Middle school band members have private lessons with Mr. Henkel. LOWER RIGHT-The sixth grade choir class attentively listens to Mr. Potter. MIDDLE RIGHT-Because he has nothing else to do, Jack Myers paints walls in the art room. 80 »m PWT » ■ (UPPER LEFT) Studying first aid, the health class learned to carry patients without injurying them. (UPPER RIGHT) Demonstrating for parents, Jim Foreman works out on the new nine-man-gym. (MIDDLE LEFT) Poised with her ball, Cindy Rhodes tries to get a strike in Advanced P.E. (ABOVE) Surprised Sue Schlickman falls into a seat drop. (LOWER LEFT) Playing the champion¬ ship game occupies the P.E. team ' s activity, period. Athletic Department Buys Nine-Man-Gym c o M P A N I O N S mm Administration UPPER LEFT-SCHOOL BOARD (LEFT-RIGHT) FRONT ROW: Howard Habegger, Vice Presi¬ dent; Harvey Jones, President; Earl Gerber, Secretary " . ROW 2: Harry Raudenbush, Floyd Engle, James Teeple, Robert Mitchel. UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Payne, Superintendent. MIDDLE LEFT: Mrs. Rosalyn Striker, Secre¬ tary of Superintendent ' s Office. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Earlenn Steffen, Financial Secretary " , Superintendent ' s Office. LEFT CENTER: Mrs. Donna Hilbert, School Nurse. LEFT RIGHT: Mrs. Karen Beer, School Nurse. 84 5 UPPER LEFT: Mr. Hayes, Principal, UPPER RIGHT: Mr. Schnepf, Guidance Counselor, MIDDLE LEFT: Mr. Hilbert, Athletic Director, MIDDLE RIGHT: The true personalities of our administration finally come out. LOWER LEFT: Mrs. Brandt, High School Secretary, LOWER RIGHT: Mrs. Mutschler, Guidance Secretary. Administration UPPER RIGHT; Mr. Shoup, Middle School Principal LOWER LEFT; Mr. Gorrell, Elementary Principal UPPER RIGHT; Mr. Gerig, Middle School Guidance Counselor MIDDLE RIGHT; Mrs. Rose Jackson, Middle School Secretary LOWER RIGHT; Mrs. Cynthia Mitchel, Elementary Office 86 Custodians (L-R)Mr. Gene Arnold, Mrs. Landis, Mr. Hugh Landis, Mrs. Louis Mattax, Mr. Rene Brandt, Mrs. Thomas, Mr. Raymond Thomas, Mr. Bob Genth, Mr. Willie Schwaller, Mr. Bud Fisher, Mr. Harold Schwartz. FRONT ROW; Sara Jane Barger, Thelma Arnold, Lucilld Freels, Jeanette Stucky, Phyllis Reinhart, Alice Henschen, Jeneviene Parrish, Joan Zurcher. SECOND ROW; Dortha Singkton, Lillian Steinger, Lila Arnold, Aldine Bebout, Lavana Seitz, Pauline Dick, Esther Klinger, Mary Brewster, Melba Scheiderer. Being help down from the emergency door of a bus during an e- vacuation drill is Diane Gremaux. Bus Drivers; Mr. Morrison, Mr. Andrews, Mr. Rich, Mr. Genth, Mr. Adler, Mrs. Workinger, Mrs. Bebout, Joyce Genth, Mrs. Fisher, Mr. Gerber, Mr. Byerly, Mr. Engle, Mr. Gerber, Mr. Barger, Mr. Habeggar, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Clarence Black, Mr. Merriman. Not Pictured; Mr. Stevens, Mr. Kerschner. 87 Robert L. Brown Social Studies Edwin C. Bryan Mrs. Doris Burkhead John F. Fallis Business Library Clerk Math Mrs. Shirley Fruchte Teacher Aide Jo Gibbs Miss Teresa Gilbert Social Studies Phys. Ed. Mrs. June Grove English Teacher ' s try to entertain the student body at the Christmas program. Ted Hakes Ind. Arts James Hayworth Gene Max Hindenlang Vo. Ag., Shop Ind. Arts Science 88 Whats ' going on here?! Thomas Houlihan Head Librarian Douglas L. Huffman Business Jerome T. Markley Mrs. Janice Phipps Miss Elaine Rimmell English French English Mrs. Rowena Stucky Head Librarian Thomas Walsh Art Martin Watson Vocational Arts Mrs. Carmen Wilks English Miss Mary Williamson Spanish David Zoll Music ll Mr. Fallis and Mr. Carr warm up before an intramural basketball game. Seniors Visit Detroit, Windsor on Class Trip (STANDING) Lois Braun-Secretary; Dianne Sprunger-Treasurer; (SITTING) Janis Funk- Vice-President; Don Welch-President. Lora Jane Adler Marjorie D. Amatutz Ross Andrews Joy Arnold Kathy Arnold Shirley Bertsch Ted W. Biberstine Jacquelyn L. Birch 90 Ron Borne Jim Bowers Lois Braun Tony Braun Cheryl Byerly Dixie Eckrote Braden Kay Ann Ehrman Sharon Ehrsam Richard Engle Theresa R. Everett Dan Fairchild Sandy S. Fawbush 91 Leo Feasel Nancy Fiechter Clinging to the five dollar deposit, Janis Funk waits to pay for her announcements. Kim Fisher Dan Funk Janis Funk Lynn D. Garner Dwayne Garwood Rockie Garwood Tom Garwood Linda Lou Gaunt 92 Gregory W. Gerber Rex Gerber John W. Gilbert Colin F. Girod Judy Gremaux Gary Hack J. Haggard Karol Marie Hakes John Hammond Dolores M. Heimann Leo R. Heimann Arlin N. Heyerly 93 Lois Ann Heyerly Garry Hindenlang Kathleen Jo Hirschy Wanda Hirschy Gary Holde Cindy Hoffman Pamela S. Isch Donald Perry Johnson Irene Kaehr Sara Lee Kaehr Steve Leroy Kiser Mike Klinger 94 Kathie Klopfleisch Carol LaFontaine Loretta Larkin Virgene Lengerich Dean E. Leyse Deborah Longenberger Mike " Spide " Lyons Randy Mailloux Barbara Mailer Sharon Kay Mankey What do these Speech students think they are demonstrating! 95 Carol McAhren Dennis Alan McCullough Alvin Mitchel Teri Morningstar Terry Lee Moser Sherril Ann Myers Steve Nussbaum Roger C. Osterman 96 Rebecca Kay Sheehan Cynthia Rich Steven James Rich Jeff Soldner Jonathan Rich Cindy Rhodes Robert K. Rich Dave Roe Rebecca Sommer Steadying herself so as not to fall, Joy Arnold carefully puts Sectional decorations up. Dianne Sprunger Deborah Kay Roe Tom Sprunger Wanda Marie Sprunger Kent Steiner Vic Steiner Connie Stoller Cynthia Teeple Rex Tharp Roger Tullis Donald Welch Sheila June Wolfe Marshal Zimmerman Barbara Zoll 98 3,4; Pep Club 1; N.H. S. 3,4; S.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Student Council 2,3; Sec. 2; Year¬ book 4; Speech Club 4, Treas. 4; French Club 1,2; Band 1; Drama Club 2,4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer-VP 1; Homecoming Court 3,4. DIXIE ECHROTE BRADEN—G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Quill Scroll 3; S.S.S. 2,3; Newspaper Staff 3; Yearbook 3; Spanish Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 3; Student Li¬ brarian 1, 2, 3. KAY ANN EHRMAN—Pep Club 1, 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Drama Club 4. SHARON EHRSAM—Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 3,4; French Club 3,4; Drama Club 2, 3,4. The simplicity of the Senior ' s Homecoming float both in afternoon and evening parades. LORA JANE ADLER—Pep Club 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Band 1; Drama Club 4. MARJORIE AMSTUTZ--Pep Club 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Quill Scroll 3; S.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Yearbook 4. ROSS ANDREWS—Wrestling 3; Rifle Club 1,2, 3,4, VP 2, Pres. 3, Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4; Electronics 3,4, VP 4. JOY ARNOLD—Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Class Of- ficer-Pres.; Newspaper 4. caught everyone ' s eye Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Band 1, 2; Drama Club 4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4. JIM BOWERS--Football 1, 2, 3,4; Rifle Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Boy ' s Intramurals 3; Class Offi¬ cer-VP 2. LOIS BRAUN--Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Span¬ ish Club 2,3,4; Choir 4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Class Officer-Sec. 4. TONY BRAUN--Football 1; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . CHERYL BYERLY—G.A.A. 1,2, RICHARD ENGLE--Football 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Parliamentary 1, 2, 3, 4; Boy ' s Intramurals 4. THERESA R. EVERETT—S. S. S. 2,3,4. DAN FAIRCHILD—F.F.A. 1,2,3. SANDY S. FAWBUSH--Pep Club 1,2,3; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Gold Teens 2,3. LEO FEASEL—Football 3. NANCY FIECHTER--G. A. A. 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Class Officer 3; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Band Banner Carrier 3,4; Drama Club 4; Art Club 4. KATHY ARNOLD— G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Year¬ book 4; Speech Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, Treas. 2; Band 2,3; Twirler 2,3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3,4; Homecoming Court 4. SHIRLEY BERTSCH—Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; French Club 1, 2; Choir 4; Drama Club 3,4. TED BIBERSTINE--F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4; Yearbook 4. JACKIE L. BIRCH—Pep Club 1; S.S.S. 2,3; Band 1; Choir 1; Busi¬ ness 4. RON BORNE--Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Crosscountry 3,4; Track 1,2; Vol¬ leyball 2; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Speech Club 4; A requirement of eighteen year old boys is that they register for the draft as John Hammond does in the Selective Service Office. 99 DAN FUNK--Basketball 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Boy ' s Intramurals 4. JANIS FUNK--G. A. A . 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Year¬ book 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Band 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Class Officer- VP 4. LYNN D. GARNER--Wrestling 4; Crosscountry 4; Electronics Club 4. DWAYNE GARWOOD— ROCKIE GARWOOD — TOM GARWOOD—Boy ' s Intramur¬ als 3; Electronics 3. LINDA LOU GAUNT— G. A.A. 1; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; S.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Span¬ ish Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Girls Club 4. GREGORY W. GERBER--N. H. S. 4; FFA 2,3; Yearbook 3; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Band 2; Drama Club 4; Pep Band 1,2; Boy ' s Intramurals 4. REX GERBER--Band 1, 2; Choir 1. JOHN W. GILBERT--Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Letter- man ' s Club 2,3,4; Drama Club 3, 4; Electronics Club 3,4, Treas. 4. COLIN F. GIROD—Football 1,2, 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 2, 3,4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3. JUDY GREMAUX--Rifle Club 4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Spirit Booster 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Quill G Scroll 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4, Recording Sec. 3; Newspaper Staff 2; Art Club 2; Yearbook 3,4, Ass ' t Ed. 3, Ed. 4; Speech Club 4, Sec. 4; French Club 1,2; Drama Club 2,3,4; Gold Teens 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4. GARY HACK—Golf 1, 2, 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4, Pres. 4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4; Band 1; Electronics Club 3,4, Sec. 4. J. HAGGARD — Football 1; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. KAROL MARIE HAKES—Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; S. S. S. 2, 3, 4, Girl of the Month 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Span¬ ish Club 2, 3, 4; Elementary Libra¬ rian 4; Homecoming Court 3; Jr. Leader 1, 2,3,4. JOHN HAMMOND--Football 1,2,3, 4, Cap. 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Golf 1; Letterman ' s Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, VP. Yearbook 4; Speech Club 3,4; French Club 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Base¬ ball 1, 2,3, 4. (LOWER) Adding the final touch to the rain¬ bow at the entrance of the Senior Hall is Carol LaFontaine. (UPPER) Taking the game of Life seriously, Greg Gerber confers with Jon Rich on an important invest¬ ment. STEVEN LEROY KISER—Football 1; Track 1,2,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Redlands High School 4. MIKE KLINGER--Basketball 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. KATHIE KLOPFLEISCH—Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4, Corres. Sec. 2, VP 3, State Record. Sec. 4; Year¬ book 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Drama Club 3. CAROL LA FONTAINE—Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; N.H.S. 4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Band Flag Carrier 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4. LORETTA LARKIN—Eastside 1,2; Adams Central 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; S.S.S. 3,4; Yearbook 4; Pom Pom 1, 2; Spanish Club 1,2. WANDA HIRSCHY—Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 3,4; Art Club 1; Choir 2, 3,4; Gold Teens 3. GARY HODLE—Wrestling 4; Rifle Club 3, 4. CINDY HOFFMAN—G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1,2; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Ecology Club 3; Gold Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. PAMELA S. ISCH--G. A.A . 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; S.S.S. 2, 3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Choir 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleaders 1; Pom Pom Girl 4; Drama Club 3,4; Pep Band 3. DONAL PERRY JOHNSON—Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; F.F.A. 1, 2.3, Sec. 3; Lettermen ' s Club 2, 3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3,4. IRENE KAEHR--G. A.A. 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Choir 1, 2; Drama Club 4. SARA LEE KAEHR—G. A. A. 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; S.S.S. 2, 3.4, Treas. 4; Student Council 4, Pres. 4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 3,4; French Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Band 1,2, 3,4; Choir 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4. Sometimes known as Class Clown, Rod Owens poses for a picture. DOLORES M. HEIMANN—G.A.A. 1,2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; S.S.S. 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 2,3; Art Club 1,2; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Ecology Club 3. LEO R. HEIMANN--Football 1,3; Track 1,2,3; Pep Club 3; Letter- man ' s Club 2,3; Drama Club 4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3; Electronics Club 4. ARLEN N. HEYERLY—Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Band 1,2, 3,4, Drum Major 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3,4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3; Electronics Club 3,4. LOIS ANN HEYERLY—Pep Club 1, 2,3; S.S.S. 2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Newspaper 3. GARRY HIMDENLANG—Pep Club 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3. KATHLEEN JO HIRSCHY--G. A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S. S. S. 2, 3,4; Yearbook 4; Spanish Club 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Gold Teens 3. VIRGENE LENGERICH--N.H. S. 3, 4; Quill G Scroll 3,4; S.S.S. 2,3, 4; Newspaper Staff 1,2, 3, 4; Year¬ book 3,4; Speech Club 4; French Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Drama Club 2,4. DEAN E. LEYSE--Football 1, 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 2,3; Volleyball 2; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2, VP 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3. DEBORAH LONGENBERGER—Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Year¬ book 4; Spanish Club 2; Choir 4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Elementary Librarian 3,4. MIKE " SPIDE " LYONS--Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1, 2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4. RANDY MAILLOUX— Golf 1, 2; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. Days before the paper comes out the staff must work hard to get the typing and layouts done. BARBARA MALLER—G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 1,2, 3; SSS 2, 3, 4; Year¬ book 4; Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Swing Choir 4; Drama Club 3,4; Student Librarian 2,3,4; Ecology Club 3. SHARON KAY MANKEY— GAA 1, 2; Pep Club 1,2,4; SSS 2, 3,4; Yearbook 4; French Club 1,2, 3, 4; Twirler 1, 2; Head Twirler 3; Fea¬ ture Twirler 4. CAROL McAHREN--Pep Club 4; SSS 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Art Club 1,2,3; Yearbook 2; Speech Club 4; Band 1,2, 3; Drama Club 3; Pep Band 1, 2. DENNIS ALAN McCULLOUGH— Football 1,3; Track 1; Rifle Club 1; Newspaper Staff 3; Art Club 3, 4; Drama Club 1,2, 3,4; Boy’s In- tramurals 3; Electronics Club 4. ALVIN MITCHEL—Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 4; Span¬ ish Club 2,3; Band 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3,4. TERI MONINGSTAR--GAA 1,2, 3; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; SSS 2,3,4; Year¬ book 4; Speech Club 3,4; French Club 1, 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Swing Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,3; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY LEE MOSER--FFA 1, 2,4. SHERRIE ANN MYERS--Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; SSS 2,3,4. STEVE NUSSBAUM--Band 1,2, 3; Pep Band 1,2, 3. ROGER C. OSTERMAN--Basket¬ ball 2; Crosscountry 2,3,4; Volley¬ ball 2; Pep Club 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3, 4; Student Librarian 4. RODNEY L. OWENS—Football 1; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Yearbook 4; Band 4; Choir 3,4; Drama Club 4; Pep Band 4; Stage Band 4; Student Librarian 2, 3. CANDY PARRISH--Coronado 1, 2, 3; Adams Central 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; SSS 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Art Club 3; Yearbook 3,4; Speech Club 4; FHA 3. PRISCILLA ANN PATTON--Pep Club 4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Drama Club 4. VERN PETER SON - - Footb a 11 1; FFA 1, 2, 3,4; Art Club 1. CINDY RHODES--GAA 1, 2, 3 VP, 4 VP; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; SSS 2, 3, 4; Newspaper 4; Speech Club 4; French Club 3. CYNTHIN RICH—Pep Club 1,2, 3; SSS 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3; Yearbook 4; Spanish Club 2, 3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Drama Club 2, 3,4. ROBERT K. RICH—Football 1,3; Basketball 1; Crosscountry 4; Rifle Club 2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Span¬ ish Club 2, 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Boy ' s Intramural 3,4. STEVEN JAMES RICH--Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 3,4 Captain; Golf 1,2; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Speech Club 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4. DAVE ROE--Football 1; Track 1; FFA 1,2,3,4. DEBORAH KAY ROE—Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; SSS 2, 3,4. REBECCA KAY SHEEHAN—Pep Club 3,4; N.H.S. 4; SSS 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3; Spanish Club 2. JEFF SOLDNER--Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Golf 1; N.H.S. 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; News¬ paper Staff 3; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Drama Club 4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3; Boy ' s In- tramurals 4. Janis Funk and Cindy Rhodes offer no sympathy to Sara Kaehr as she re¬ ceives her four dot test. 102 JONATHAN RICH--Track 1; Band 1,2; Drama Club 3,4; Pep Club 3, 4; Boy ' s Intramurals 3,4 Pres. Life in the library gets boring sometimes so Robby Rich finds ways to amuse himself. REBECCA SOMMER--GAA 2,3; SSS 2, 3,4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; Yearbook 3,4; Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 3; Student Libra¬ rian 2, 3. Shoulders back and stomach in, Steve Rich gets measured for a cap and gown. DIANNE SPRUNGER—GAA 1,2, Sec.-Treas. 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, Spirit Booster; N.H.S. 3,4; SSS 2,3,4, Pres.; Girls Glee Club 2; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Choir 2,4; Drama Club 3,4; Class Sec. 3, Treas. 4; Homecoming Court; Queen 4. TOM SPRUNGER--Football 1; Wrestling 4 Cap.; Crosscountry 3,4; Track 1,2; Lettermen ' s Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3. WANDA SPRUNGER—South Adams 1; Southern Wells 2; Adams Cen¬ tral 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Yearbook 4 Section Ed.; Latin Club 1; Spanish 3,4; Drama Club 4; Health Careers 2; Student Librarian 4. KENT STEINER--Crosscountry 1,2; Track 1,2; Volleyball 1; N.H.S. 4; FFA 3,4; Band 1,2; Choir 1; Pep Band 1,2, VIC STEINER--FFA 1, 2, 3 VP 4 Pres.; Band 1,2; Pep Band 1,2; FFA Band 1,2. CONNIE STOLLER--GAA 1,2,4; Pep Club 1; N.H.S. 3,4; SSS 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2; NISBOVA 1; Choir 1,4; Cheerlead¬ ers 2,3,4; Drama Club 2,3,4; Elementary Librarian 2; FFA Sweet¬ heart 3; Homecoming Court 3; Girl ' s Glee Club 4. CYNTHIA TEEPLE—Pep Club 1, 2, It ' s pretty serious business for Marshall Zimmerman as he tries on his cap and gown. 3,4; SSS 2,3,4; Art Club 4; Year¬ book 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Student Librarian 4. REX THARP—Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1; Boy ' s Intr a murals 3. ROGER TULLIS--Basketball 1; Wrestling 3; Crosscountry 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Volleyball 1; Band 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . DONALD L. WELCH--Football 1,2, Statistician 3,4; Basketball Mgr. 1,2,3; Track Mgr. 1,2,3; Letter- men ' s Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Sports Ed. 3,4; Speech Club 4; French Club 1,2; Boy ' s Intramurals 4; Class Officer Sec. 1, Pres. 4. SHEILA JUNE WOLFE--Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; N. H.S. 4; SSS 2,3,4. MARSHALL ZIMMERMAN—Rifle Club 1; FFA 1,2,3, 4; Art Club 1. BARBARA ZOLL--GAA 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Yearbook 4; Speech Club 3,4; French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4, VP 3; Choir 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Drama Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. CLASS COLORS: Lavendar and Purple CLASS FLOWER: Carnation CLASS MOTTO: We ' re Not Finished; We ' ve Just Begun. 103 £ Beth Arnold Kathy Barger Lila Barger Scott Bassett Tim Becher Jill Beery John Bergman Donna Biberstine Marlene Bieberich Steve Bieberich Jan Bluhm Bekcy Braden Mike Braun Steve Braun Phil Brodbeck Rodney Bryan Susan Connelly Martha Caudle John Chapman Greg Childs Carolyn Clark Russell Cook 104 Don Dailey Gary Double Steve Elzey Gwen Everett Shelley Everett Dave Eyanson Stan Fiechter Charles Foor Janies Foreman Connie Fruchte Kim Fruechte Susie Garwood Joyce Geisel Mike Gibbs Maralee Gilbert Dale Girod Ron Gremaux Bob Grove DeWayne Haines Don Harvey Joann Heimann Goldie Hill Bill Hitchcock Chuck Hodle Joel Houk Rick Hurst Don Inniger Tim Jackson Dave Jesionowski Connie Johnson Jim Johnson Mark Kaehr Rebecca Kaehr Dan Kershenr Karen King Vickie Kolter Greg Landis Robin Landis Steve Lantz Diane Lengerich 105 Tim Light John Loshe Marilyn Manley Susan Mattax Rozella Mihm Andy Miller Jackie Miller Janet Miller Lynn Miller Therese Miller Angie Mitchel Bob Mutschler Jack Myers Rex Myers Sandy Neadstine Sarah Newby Mark Kaehr, Steve Bieberich, and Rick Hurst get ready for a basketball game by helping at the concession stand. Marlene Noll Pam Ogg Stan Patch Gloria Patrick Judy Pratt Jim Rauch Mike Raudenbusl Carol Reinhard Randy Reynolds 106 Juniors Plan All-Night Prom Sandra Rhodes Marcia Riley Ked Ringger Patty Sauers Patty Sauers takes a nap during her return trip from Haiti. Debbie Schoenherr Kurt Schoenherr Dave Seitz Becky Sprunger Denise Sprunger Kent Steffen Jack Stepler Joyce Thatcher Nancy Wagley Elaine Watkins Jeff Weisman John Wittwer Janet Workinger Karla Yost Rex Young Kin Zimmerman Mark Zurcher Not Pictured Dennis Gardner Dianne Kelsey Doug Smitley Diane Wable Rozella Mihm helps on the junior float for the football homecoming. 107 Sophs Have Christmas Party, Skating Party to Keep Busy Dale Adler Gary Andrews Jim Arnold Shari Arnold Derryl Aschliman Beth Baker Nan Bassett Renee Bebout Barb Bergman Sue Bollenbacher Kevin Bowman Jeanette Braun Jack Brewster Richard Brock Dave Carr Myra Caudle Eric Cavanaugh Debbie Christman Carol Cook Ron Dague Margie Dailey James Dennison Tim Eckhart Mike Eckrote Laura Edwards Duane Ehlerding k 108 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Suzie Gerber, President; Dan Gremaux, Vice-President; ROW 2: Don Fiech- ter, Secretary ' ; Lora Larkin, Treasurer. Keith Ehrman Linda Ehrsam Janice Ellenberger Nyla Engle V Glen Everett Tom Feasel Don Fiechter Sharon Fuelling Joy Funk Bob Gerber Gordon Gerber Keith Gerber Mike Gerber Suzie Gerber Jean Gilbert Mike Gilbert Gene Gilgen Sherry ' Girod Todd Gledhill Dan Gremaux John Hack Julie Hammond Don Heimann Roger Hodle Bry ' ce Hoffman Rick Hoffman Julie Houk Debbie Johnson Kim Jones 109 John Hack, Doug Moser, Jon Kaehr, Richard Watkins, and Les Marckel are contestants in A.C. ' s sectional beauty contest. Jon Kaehr Scott Kaehr Dave Kelsey Sheryl King Brent Landis Laura Larkin Dean Lehman Becky Lichtenberger Steve Longenberger Dwight Longsworth Ken Macklin Dianna Mankey Carolyn Manley Roger Manley Scott Mansfield Leslie Marckel Joan McAhren Randy McKean Scott McKean Debbie Miller Ken Miller Loretta Miller Mike Miller Steve Miller Carla Mitchel Doug Moser no Ron Myers Arlene Nussbaum Cheryl Nussbaum Kim Nussbaum Mike Nussbaum Randy Nussbaum Cindy Ogg Linda Peterson Neal Poling Sonja Poorman Angie Raudenbush Pam Rhodes Dave Rich John Riff Dave Roe Janice Ross Lester Ross Kathy Rumschlag Debbie Rupert Mark Sauers Ed Scheiner Sue Schlickman Don Schultz Cindy Schwartz Karen Sheehan Debbie Simon Emily Smith Dave Somers Norman Sprunger Amee Steury Lynn Stucky Paul Swygart Terry Tinkham Eric Tonner Cindy Tricker Richard Watkins Mindy Weisman Kathy Wulliman Carey Zurcher Not Pictured: Bruce Garwood Randy Landis Jim Straub Dave Tinkham Doug Wilks i L Displaying typical sectional spirit the Freshmen ' s hall was decorated with devils, pitchforks, and fire. Freshmen Blend in With Crowd Cathy Adair Theresa Adler Mary Amstutz Larry Arnold Ned Arnold Steve Bailey 1 Joe Baker Kevin Barger Robert Beer Jan Beery Dave Bertsch Mike Bertsch Sue Bertsch Sandy Borne Dave Bowers Bev Braden Greg Braun Jackie Braun Jerry Braun Gabriel Brock Jon Brodbeck Pam Bryan Bill Bu rkhead Lisa Burkhead Jayne Byerly Candy Cavanaugh 112 Cindy Cavanaugh Roland Conrad Teresa Cooper Frank Coppess Karen Coyne Eric Dick Marvin Double Kendra Ehrman Randy Elzey Julie Engle Junior Everett Cindy Eyanson Deb Feasel Rod Rennig Rick Fiechter Ed Fisher Myrna Gallogly Steve Garner Dan Garwood John Genth Bev Gerber Darryl Gerber Debbie Gerber Jackie Gerber Duane Gerig Angie Geyer Diane Gilgen Rodney Gledhill John Gremaux Jane Grove Debbie Habegger Jerry Harvey Betty Heimann Ron Heiser Colin Hirschy 113 Showing their spirit, the boy ' s pep club passes Dan Ross through the crowd during sectional half-time. A G, mmh Dean Hirschy Lori Jackson Tom Jesionowski Ron Johnson Jerine Kauffman Doug Klinger Scott Kohme Gary Krugh Larraine Larkin Jill Lehman Denny Leyse Tom Liechty Bob Loshe Dave Lyons Gerald Manley Kathy Mann Mike Marbach Tony McCullough Rex Mihm Brad Miller Nancy Morrissey Debbie Noll Kip Nussbaum Merlin Nussbaum Teresa D. Nussbau Teresa K. Nussbau Cindy Parrish Randy Patch Linda Patrick Jim Patton Carlos Pierce Jill Pierce Donald Pratt Joan Redding Janet Rich Kevin Richards Holly Ringger Danny Ross Ron Ross 114 Freshmen Spend Much of Their Time—Off I.S. Freshmen cl ass. , o fficers: Marvin Double, Gremaux, vie coresident; Larry Arnold, Teresa Nussbaum, treasurer. Lynne Rusmchlag David Scheiner Karen Seitz Keven Sipe John Soldner Brent Sprunger Ed Steffen Janice Steffen Keith Steffen Larry Stoller Louise Stucky Darla Teeple Janice Thatcher Janie Tinkham Arlan Tonner Kevin Watkins Sharon Weaver Diane Weisman Kevin Werst Pam Wilks Linda Winans Bruce Wolfe Byron Wolfe Cathy Wolfe Teresa Wolfe Daniel Workinger Nan Yost Colleen Zurcher Diana Rumple secretary; John president; 115 M l D D L E S C H O Middle School Faculty Thomas Adler Math Douglas Carr Science, Health Coach Mrs, Mary ' Eg ley Soc. Studies, Lang. Arts Mrs. Mary Ann Chase Eugene Chronister Elmer E. Ehrsam Norman L. Glass Reading Science Language Arts Social Studies Frank L. Green Science, coach Walter Henkel Music Miss Linda Hunteman Jay K. Johnson Home Economics Math Middle School Faculty Galen E. McIntosh Social Studies Robert Ransbottom Math, Coach Donald W. Sprunger Language Arts Mrs. Beaty - Special Education Sharon Boothly Linn Burkhart Stuart Cowans Ronnie Dailey Brian Hullinger Larry Kahn Dixie Pierce Dennis Robinson Diana Smith George Smith John Smith Kathy Smith Joy Taylor The purpose of Special Education is to help students overcome learning disabilities. This year there were fourteen students ranging in age from seven to seventeen years enrolled in Special Education classes. Subjects taught in this area are reading, arithmetic, spelling and language. Students are also assigned to other classes if it is felt they will benefit. Younger Children are often enrolled in music, art and physical education; while older students participate in home econo¬ mics and typing as well as music, art and phys¬ ical education. 119 Scott Abbott Michael Amstutz Janis Arnold Steve Bauman Ronald Becher Vicki Bienz David Bollinger Gregg Braun Debbie Christianer Kim Dick Kevin Ehrman William Haugk Gary Hill Ned Hirschy Tim Kirchner Tim Lichtenberger Cynthia Longenberger Calvin Mihm Vicki Mitchel Brad Nussbaum Joni Nussbaum Mike Parrish Valerie Ringger James Smith Debra Sprunger Julie Tonnellier Brent Troxel Amy Wulliman Mike Barger Dianne Bauman Charles Beer Daniel Beer Jane Bentz Jack Campbell Carol Clouse Fred Evans Connie Everett Candy Gerber Darrell Gerber Cheryl Hoffman Mona Hurst Natalie Jane Hurst Jeff Isch Jeffrey Johnston Tom Kirchner Duane Klinger Barbara Manley Mark Mansfield Neil Martin Rhonda Mattax Mark Mitchel Gregg Noll Tammy Roe Allen Steffen Robert Steffen Cuffy Swygart Karen Watkins Ramie Jasso Cheryl Clark Julie Cook Brian Ehrsam Ronnie Everett Rose Fairchild Gary Fiechter Malcolm Gilbert Cynthia Hart Susan Johnson Joel Mailer Janet Marbach Elaine Miller Mike Mitchel Television aids student notetaking in Mr. Glass ' s history class. Lynn Myers Tina Ratcliff Rodney Rehm Rex Reynolds Steve Ricketts Neal Schug Cynthia Schwaller Terry Sheets Karen Stffen Darrell Stout Ernie Sum an Connie Wolfe Tina Wolfe Ricky Zimmerman Philip Beer Connie Chapman Rose Dailey Melvin Eicher Walter Fairchild Sandy Gerber Tim Gerber Nancy Hurst Mike Jesionowski Robert McKean Jennifer Mies Steve Miller Denver Nussbaum Michael Ogg Susan Parrish Tammy Patch Pat Patton Sonja Pierce Ann Rauch Patti Rinhart Jim Rhodes Ronette Roe Kendall Ringger Ricky Rumple David Schwartz Gerald Schwartz Carla Steiner Steve Wilder Daniel Winans Truid Young Doug Miller NOT PICTURED Elmer Schwartz Leroy Schwartz 1 121 hi Gail Bixler Jane Bluhm Trina Bluhm Theresa Bovine Melonie Bowen Lori Brock Doug Dailey Brian Dick Brenda Engle Teresa Eyanson Jim Fiechter Kim Fuelling Alan Gerber Tony Landis John Lichtle Linda Mailloux Randy McCullough Diane Myers Greg Raw ley Mark Rich Jim Rumschlag Brenda Sprunger Kerry Werst Brad Wilks Tamara Williamson Doug Yoder Jennifer Zoll Penny Zurcher Pam Arnold Rick Bauman Debbie Carr Brad Childs Julie Christman Ramona Dague Norman Eckhart Ricky Garwood Scott Gerber Marietta Gilbert Jodi Hakes Rex Hamilton Jeff Kaehr Brenda Lyons Duane Noll Valerie Nussbaum Kim Or me Von Ringger Steve Roe Randall Rumple Becky Sheets Becky Simmons Sue Soldner Nedra Sprunger Robin Stout Kathy Strahm Kent Ulman Debra Watkins Duane Wilder Dean Arnold Marcia Bailey Jack Bertsch Becky Braun Christine Butler Diane Carr Melinda Caudle Sheri Dick Jayne Ehlerding Eric Garner Randy Geyer Teresa Girod Donna Hart David Hirschy Gail Jesionowski Theresa Bailey Randy Johnson Darla Kelsey Linda Loshe Ronald Manley Larry Miller Randy Mutschler Mark Parrish Vincent Patton Annamae Riley Rodney Ross Gary Seitz Dennis Wolfe Jeff Amstutz Alice Barkley Lovette Barkley Rebecca Bollinger Timothy Brodbeck Gary Elzey James Engle John Garwood Beth Hawkins Judy Hawkins Kelly Hawkins Gerald Heinmann Belinda Heiser Robert Hurst Kris Johnston Ruth Jord an Rick Liechty Timothy McCullough John Myers Joe Patch Rodney Pierce Suzan Poling Barry Ratcliff Diane Robinson Keely Shoaf Cindy Speakman Bobby Studebaker Susan Taylor James Teeple Mark Slusher 123 John Parrish Kelly Raudenbush Kevin Raudenbush Julie Ringger John Schwaller Billy Simmons Debbie Studebaker Nancy Tinkham Leon Tonner Tamara Jo Wolfe Brad Bebout Dennis Call Mark Canter Nancy Christianer Lori Clark Jay Dailey Gary Edwards Annette Feasel Brenda Frey Jennifer Fruechte Kathy Gardner Jimmy Genth Joni Gerber Ronald Gerbei Kelly Jo Gibbs Diane Girod Dawn Habegger Tamera Harmon Anita Hirschy Vicki Isch John Jesionowski Mark McKean Tim Meyers Julia Nelson Kevin Rehm David Soldner Julie Speakman Lyle Tonner Sheryl Bailey Bradley Byerly Dawn Cavanaugh Vickie Dynes Christine Elzey Kevin Engle Edward Evans Jack Girod Dale Haines Rodney Hirschy James Hitchcock Debra Hurst Jo Ann Kahlert Thomas Lambert Douglas Lehman Penny Baumgartner Dana Bowman Randy Brodbeck Timothy Bryan Denise Cowans Kevin Dick Roberta Eckhart Teresa Garwood Gene Gerber Kenny Hawkins Gar) ' Hoffman Darlene Isch Susan Johnson Keith Kaehr William Kahn Vickie Lichtle Melanie Noll Patty Patch Shelley Ringger Rae Lynn Schoenherr Kevin Seitz Alan Simon John Tinkham Lori Toole David Winans Dee Wood Debbie Amstutz Michele Barger David Bertsch Susie Braun Darlene Cook David Eicher Ann Fiechter Peggy Garwood Carla Geisel Dawn Gerig Dwayne Gerber Jacob Gii ' erich Edward Jodi Is Mark Lisa Loi v Becky Mcz-, Sheila Mattax Mike Mies Robert Ricketts William Suman Randy Taylor David Tonnellier Verona Troxel Mark Waltmire Donna Weaver Art Weisman Mark Wilson Pela Trevino NOT PICTURED Barbara Schwartz Verena Schwartz 125 E L E M E N T A R Y Mrs. Maurine Reed Miss Janice Soldner Mrs. Martha Habegger Kindergarten Kindergarten Grade 1 Mrs. Rebecca McClure Grade 1 Mrs. Mary J. Nichols Grade 1 Mrs. Margaret Sprunger Grade 1 Mrs. Sheila August Grade 2 Miss Marcia Knapp Grade 2 Mrs. Jill Mark ley Grade 2 Mrs. Wayne Smith Grade 2 Mrs. Bertha Anderson Grade 3 128 Mrs. Diane Humble Grade 3 Mrs. Helen Inniger Grade 3 Miss Gretclren Yost Grade .3 Mrs. Delores Byerly Grade 4 Mrs. Phyllis Johnson Grade 4 Miss Helen Mayer Grade 4 Mrs. Delores Mitchel Grade 4 Mrs. Winifred Miller Grade 5 Mrs. Rachel Schaddt Grade 5 Joseph N. Springer Grade 5 Mrs. Vera Teeter Grade 5 Mrs. Frances Beaty Special Education Mrs. Mary Amstutz Music Art Habegger Phys. Ed. Coach Miss Gerda Mazelin Art Mrs. Sharon Allspaw Librarian Elementary School Teachers Mrs. Eloise Nussbaum Teacher Aide Mrs. Linda Liechty Teacher Aide Mrs. Joyce Speakman Teacher Aide 129 Jeff Eyanson Jeff Ford Kenneth Gilgin Laura Aschliman Perry Barkley Rodney Beer Jane Cook Dennis Engle Brent Irvins Sandra Kaehr Joleen Kipfer Michael Kipfer James McCullough LeeAnn Mitchel Esmeralda Monsibaiz Lisa Morningstar Tamara Phifer Tim Pierce Yvonne Priser Leesa Raudenbush Tim Roe Cheryl Rumple Freddi Smith Ray Steffen Shelly Steiner Jana Taylor Nancy Wolfe Lauraine Andrews Richard Andrews Cathy Jo Barkley Deborah Bixler Lisa Bryan Charlotte Cook Bruce Dick Kimberly Elzey Rodney Fuelling Vickie Gerber Gregg Harvey Kelly Hilbert Kevin Hirschy James Jones Jeffer r Landis Todd Lehman Leesa Luginbill David Nelson Jody Nussbaum Suzanne Nussbaum Lora Rich Kelly ' Richards Randall Roe John Schmitt Mike Stuckey ' Elida Trevino Scott Wilkins Tracy Zimmerman 130 5-A Maria Gonzales Dianne Heimann Steve Hindelang Cindy Amstutz Melinda Bauman John Belisle Debbie Bluhm Kathy Dynes Jim Ellenberger Trina Foor Fonda Geisel Tony Genth Kimmi Grose Mary Jasso Duane Johnson Tammy Kable John Kiser Steve Manley Rita McCullough Cary Meyers Scott Mitchel David Moses Jacky Rhodes Kevin Rich Lynn Rich Jodi Ringger Brad Snyder Dean Sprunger Mike Steary Teresa Stout Rudy Trevino Cynthia Ulman Susan Wolfe Lisa Nussbaum John Parrish Robin Riley Ward Sheets Timothy Spade Susan Suman Tonya Wolfe NOT PICTURED Amos Schwartz Mary Schwartz Ron Dailey Tracy Ainsworth Todd Bebout Ernie Bieberich Pamela Burkhart Mark Caudle Karen Coppess Scott Dick Daniel Engle Tina Fairchild Teresa Garner Cheryl Gerber Cathy Gilgen Kristine Hakes Jennifer Isch Denise Johnson Michael Kahlert Brian Kershner Deidre Lehman Hal Lehman Brent Noll Mrs. Miller S-A Mrs. Schaadt 5-B Mr. Sprunger 5- G Mrs. Teeter 5-D Jacquelin Archer Lou Ann Aschleman Kim Bailey Danny Baker Sandra Beer Nikki Brock Brett Brunner Sara Campbell Patricia Eckhart Tom Gallogly Karen Gerber Elizabeth Gingerich Bill Hart Mark Johnson Victor Kable Jill Landis John Marbach Susan Myers Andrea Orme Kip Reidenbach Randall Ringger Matthew Schwartz Craig Seitz Jeff Speakman Dean Vanhorn Charles Bertsch Tony Bixler Chad Bluhm Mike Cooper Steve Craft Roxann Eckrote Ronald Evans Dan Feasel Maureen Gilbert Paul Gensjolas Kari Hakes Lennie Hirschy David James Douglas Kaehr Nancy Kahn Carri Liby Tracy Longenberger Don Loshe Kim Martin Jan Mitchel Jim Oliver Roger Patch Guy Sheets Marlene Steffen Lori Troutner . Joyce Weber Troy Zimmerman Cathy Andrews Kerry Arnold E. J. Bird Irene Bollinger John Boothby Tim Busse Maria Chavey Eric Childs Melinda Dailey Kgjljpp NOT PICTURED Pam Miller Brenda Zeigler Cameron Erekson Brian Faber Karen Garwood Rodney Gerber Kelli Grose Larry Hawkins Lee lesionowski Sharyl Kaehr Simona Lambert Brenda Leigler Pam Mailer Cynthia Pierce Marvin Reinhard Lee Sheehan Larry Strahm Kae Troxel Mellissa Wilson Tim Bertsch Marlin Bowman Linda Braun Joy Brewster Betty Byerly Doug Call Greg Engle Melinda Engle Rhonda Elzey Pam Frey Donna Hack Chris Kelly Terry Kipfer Curt Main Greg Mies Adam Miller Steve Myers Kenny Peterson Dale Ringger Steve Ross Jennie Sauers LaNae Smitley Lori Sovine Teresa Taylor Linda Wilder Barry Williams Jeff Yoder h. Tony Arnold Teresa Boothby Nancy Braun Jeffrey Butter Brian Cavanaugh Jeff Eicher Kurt Farber Brian Fenning Kelli Fox Joseph Fuelling Nathan Gerber Keith Hirschy Jodi Holtsberry Kent Klopfleisch Seane Lehman Vickie Liby Lori Luginbill Darla Nussbaum James Parrish Cheryl Rich Brenda Simmons Tonya Simpkins Hon Scott Smith Elenor Sprunger Ephrian Trevino Dudley Vanhorn Dan Weber Lisa Zimmerman Farrel Zurcher Greg Bailey Jim Ball Cheryl Bluhm Barry Baumgartner Margaret Caudle Donna Edgell Carl Evans Brian Fiechter Bruce Gagle Marlon Geisel Rex Harris Clifford Hill Cindy Hullinger Silvia Isaquirre Jerry Isch Julie Isch Jack Kahn Ron King Beth Kipfer Hohn Lambert Laura Middendorf Deanna Moeschberger Shari Noll Linda Orne Rena Reidenbach Mateo Rendon Amy Ross Tom Schwaller Debra Smith Jed Speakman Elvea Vego Lynn Waltmire Le Ann Wolfe Jani Wulliman Kathi Abbot Ben Alfaro Cheryl Bailey Ted Barger Johnny Compas Susan Chapman - Debra Loshe Alicia Monsibiaz Ken Neadstine Michele Noll Rick Ogg Peggy Parrish Laurissa Hawkins Cindy Heiser Lori Hirschy Greg Johnston Vicky Kahlert Daniel Lambert Pam Christianer Andrea Clark Lisa Clark Tomas Dabila Lynn Fiechter Matt Ford Clifford Garwood Lisa Garwood Marion Gilgen Lynn Hilbert Jimmy Huser Kevin Ivins Jill Johnson David Loshe Kim Mailloux Gary Manley KennthMcCullough Laura Myers Marvin Nussbaum Karla Rich Stan Ringger Jeff Schaadt Rose Steffen Scott Taylor Julie Thatcher Jimmy Tinkham Joan Wilkins Jerry Andrews Jimmy Buman Stan Bebout Timothy Braun Linda Castilla Peggy Clark Mark Ellenberger Laura Elzey Patty Fawbush Lori Gay George Gehrett Kristi Rumschlag Irene Schwartz Tod Striker Paula Tovar Mrs. Anderson 3-A Mrs. Himble 3-B Mrs. Inninger 3-C Mrs. Yost 3-D Penny Vanhorn Troy Walker Ron Wilder Steve Winans Scott Wittwen Chris Bauman Karen Bergman Ronda Byerly Lupe Campos Lori Dick John Eisenmann Craig Foot Cindy Gerber Richard Gerber Neal Hart Sammy Kaehr Scott Kershner Brent Lehman Deanne Lehman Tandy Lehman Tina Luginbill Mike Mansfiled Tonya McCullough Linda Myers Susie Rhodes Roger Koe Dean Saunders Barbara Schwaller Sheryl Simmons Jeff Smitley Keith Stoller Tony Tovar , Kathy Winans Lori Workinger Randy Amstutz Peggy Beer Toni Costillo Rodney Cook Lisa Edwards Donald Elzey Audrey Fuelling Sherri Frauhiger June Gerber Steve Heimann Diana Hindenlang Greg Kaehr Kennifer Kaeht Debbie Kahlert Jeff Lengerich Jon Lichtenberger LeAnn Manley Troy Mitchel Robbie Pierce Martina Rendon Nick Ringger Jimmy Rosales Salvasor Rosales Peter Schultz Dawn Smith Dale Sprunger Marilyn Strayer Dallas Studabaker Tracy Troutner Jay Wood Scott Yoder Soila Afala Lori Becher Emestina Chaves Lisa Conrad I 136 Dean Dubach Brad Edgell Todd Fellers Alan Foreman Christi Girod John Grose Kathy Hurst Jimmy Isch Teresa Jones Greg Kable Sue Kipfer Debby Lambert Eric Lehman Rhoda Longenberger David Marbach Kelly Meyers Diann Nussbaum Gary Nussbaum Jaci Ringger Bmce Smith Kim Snyder Brian Stout Kathy Sum an Marsha Williams Joy Williamson Twyla Wolfe John Zoll Leann Andrews Max Barger Jerry Barkley Pam Belisle Tim Bixler Chad Bryan 2-D Mrs. Smith performs a science experiment under the attentive gaze of a group of second graders. Mrs. August 2-A Mrs. Knapp 2-B Mrs. Markley 2-C Mrs. Smith 2-D NOT PICTURED John Schwartz Trudi Colter Tina Eicher Carey Free Julia Frey Wendi Gilliom Tony Henkie Kim Ivins Brian Jacobs Daren James Jim Jesionowski Bekcy Liechty Julia Litmer Sara Longenberger Tim McKean Lisa Miller Gary Mitchel Kent Richards Vince Simpkins Leroy Striker Francela Swygart Jeff Teeple Yvonda Tinkham Jesus Vega Susan Walters First graders Todd Swygart, Chris Beery, Greg Vanhorn and Lisa Oliver assist Mrs. Nichols in decorating the hall. Dary Hirschy Stacy Lautzenheiser Kelli Moser Shaun Nussbaum Lisa Oliver Rose Quakenbush Jennifer Saunders Darla Sprunger David Todd Swygart John Biberstine Randy Bluhm Armando Bocanegro Fred Campos Chris Cook Sallie Craft Amy Jo Fellers Sandra Fuelling Lynn Gagle Karen Girod Jay Gruber John Huppert Charles Kahn Jamie Landis Adam Monzebiaz Angela Gerber, Rebecca Archer, John Heller, and Brad Gerber show their Sectional spirit. Mary Gingerich Jim Grose Jackie Hawkins Scot Moses Timm Ross Jacqueline Salvidar Ked Snyder Lori Sprunger Amy Striker Ann Tonnellier Bertha Tovar Tracey Walker Ronnie Wilks Chris Beery Kenneth Brodbeck Troy Butler Matthew ' Dick Jeannell Ellenberger Todd Elzey Madelyn Gerber Tammi Gilliom Jackie Tinkham Greg Vanhorn Mrs. Habegger 1-A Mrs. Nichols 1-B Mrs. McClure 1-C Mrs. Prunger 1-D The first graders enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, Pilgrims style. Barbara Ball Guadelupe Costello Jerry Costello Leondia Dubach Gerald Ehlerding Ed Everette Scott Garner Angela Gerber Brad Gerber John Heller Hill Isch James Liter Helen Pyle Sam Schultz Vicki Simmons Bobby Tinkham Fred Trevino Julie Urich Greg Weil Carla Wilder A1 Zeigler Jill Arnold Tracy Ball Jodi Black Kay Boothby Craig Bordbeck Felix Chavez Melody De Armond Keith Fiechter Jodi Gerber Lisa Gerber Martha Guadelupe Bradley Hackenjos Mark Hamilton Teresa Kable Paul Kahlert Troy Kipfer Tommy Litmer Scott Millington Monica Myers Dan Nelson Peggy ' Orme Dora Renya James Roth Sherri Sprunger Soveanna Vanhorn Nicheal Wroblewski Randy Andrews Rebecca Archer Lisa Bailey Ervin Schwartz Martin Rosales Vicky ' Rosales Ruben Schwartz NOT PICTURED Barry Fairchild Ronald Slusher Anna Lavy r Brian Amstutz Bob Barger Scott Bluhm Patty Braun Tim Clouse Jamie Death Shanon Everett Dan Farber Joan Frauhiger Sonja Gehrett Doug Gerber Rhonda Gibson Kevin Girod Brad Hackman Janice Heimann Brent Hodle Staci Howell Janean Isch Rhonda Jauregui Tom Kelly Greg Klenk Coleen Loshe Greg Mitchel Pat Miller Lila Ringger Penny Ringger Brent Tonner Todd Wilkins Kelly Zesser Philip Achleman Jackie Allen Becky Bauman Todd Birch Lisa Bowen Tim Brain Stacey Butler Charles Dailey Rhonda Fallis Cheryl Fisher Larry Free Cathy Huffman Ellen Hullinger Kim Hurst Lance Lehman Tammy Lehman Kari Lutes Shawn Main Carla Meyer Amy Owens Ben Parrish Ernie Ryle Denise Roth Darain Schug Roger Schwartz Dina Smith Sharon Strayer Christine Watts Gary Weil Lisa Wilder Tracy Zurcher Mark Bauman Chelle Beer Paula Black Trudi Brown Nat Bryan Brian Byerly Joyce Clark Craig Erekson Terry Fawcett Gregg Ford Kelli Gerber Shelley ' Gerber Sidney ' Gerber Tammy Girod Billy ' Griffiths Sharon Haines Troy Heyerly ' Scott Inniger Hal Kipfer Tami Landrum Amy ' Lengerich Janalee Middendorf Lonny Moser Todd Riley ' Gary ' Steffen Larry ' Toole Jack Wulliam Jaila Yager Kim Zesser Ray r Ashley ' Stanley ' Becher Jeff Belise Jeff Bertsch Paul Bluhm Hershel Boothby Mark Brodbeck Jeff Bruner Todd Clark Kevin Cook Danny ' Carft Denny Cummings Mark DeArmond Barry ' Fairchild Norman Fox Roger Fox John Fuelling Chris Jacobs Delin Johnson Danny ' Lehman Darin Macintosh Jimmy ' Moeschberger Johnnie Patch Barry ' Roe Raymond Schwartz Tommy ' Smith Gary ' Strait Terry ' Thieme Jim Wroblewski Mrs. Reed ' s Kindergarden class enjoy r ed a Halloween party ' with refreshments provided by r the mothers. A D V E R T I S I N G s» • ' t . . V 11 jp i t iW ZEIGLER S BARBER SHOP Monroe, Indiana Phone — 692-6642 STUCKEY FURNITURE COMPANY 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.I.C. mtm fftww COPPESS MARATHAN SERVICE Jet. 27 124 Monroe, Indiana GERBER GROCERIES AND MEATS Monroe, Indiana Phone — 692-6515 144 Serving Agricultural Needs of the Area ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Monroe, Indiana LENGERICH ' S CUSTOM BUTCHERING AND COUNTRY MEAT MARKET ircMon ZURCHER’S TIRE INC. Monroe, Indiana Phone 692-6171 WILLIAMSON ' S 66 SERVICE Pleasant Mills, Indiana MESHBERGER BROS. STONE CORP. Phone 334-5311 Linn Grove Phone 592-7211 Pleasant Mills 145 ADAMS COUNTY CO-OP LUMBER YARD Farm Building Plans and Erection Monroe, Indiana TOWN AND COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON Monroe, Indiana Phone —692-6212 PARRISH ELECTRIC ELECTRIC MOTOR Repair and Rewinding Monroe, Indiana Phone — 692-6416 RICHARD ' S FAMILY RESTAURANT Decatur, Indiana 146 HAUGK PLUMBING HEATING CO., INC. 209 N. 13th Street — Decatur, Ind. JET GRILL Monroe, Indiana Phone —692-7612 HI-WAY SERVICE Body Work and General Auto Repair 1013 N. 2nd — Phone 724-2928 ADAMS COUNTY TRAILER SALES Highways 27 33 Decatur, Indiana — Ph. 724-9134 309 South 13th Street ADAMS BUILDERS Phone 724-9127 SUPPLY, INC. Decatur, Indiana U. S. Highway 27, South Serving the Area in All Types of Building Needs 147 DECATUR FAIRWAY MARATHON 13th and Nuttman Decatur, Indiana Phone — 724-4424 LUTES FLOWERS South Winchester Street Decatur, Ind. Phone — 724-7126 Flowers for All Occasions MOSER MOTOR SALES, INC. 218 W. Main Berne, Indiana PHIL L. MACKLIN CO. Chrysler — Dodge — Dodge Truck Decatur, Indiana DECATUR GOLF COURSE U. S. 224 West Decatur, Indiana HAFLICH MORRISSEY 125 N. 2nd Street Decatur, Indiana 148 MORNINGSTAR CHEVY-BUICK Decatur, Indiana Phone 724-2046 PETERSON GRAIN COMPANY R. R. 2 Decatur, Indiana ADLER BROTHER ' S GARAGE ECKROTE BODY SHOP R. R. 4 R. R. 4 Decatur, Indiana Phone — 547-4302 Craigville — 565-3258 Monroe —- 692-6225 Decatur, Indiana YOST COMPANIES, INC. General Construction Prestressed Concrete Phone — 724-7117 P. O. Box 470 Decatur, Indiana HABEGGER-SCEIAFER’S Gifts and Appliances “Where old-Fashioned Courtesy Prevails’’ 112-114 N. 2nd Street Decatur, Indiana Phone — 724-3200 149 REYNOLD’S ELECTRIC R. R. 4 Decatur, Indiana DECATUR READY MIX CORP. Decatur, Indiana Phone — 724-7169 SHEETS FURNITURE, INC. 152 S. Second Street Decatur, Indiana WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 152N. 2nd Decatur, Indiana FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 101 S. Main Street Bluffton, Indiana 150 TH DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT Adams County ' s Only Daily Paper Phone— 724-2121 ' ■’Ttf " 1 CUSTOM DESIGN BUILDERS’S, INC. 352 W. 16th Street Decatur, Indiana DECATUR SUPPLY HOUSE, INC. 140 W. Monroe Street Decatur, Indiana BOB’S SEWING SERVICE CENTER 116 W. Monroe Street Decatur, Indiana GERBER’S SUPER DOLLAR INC. 230 E. Monroe Street Decatur, Indiana 151 CLAUSER FURNITURE “Two Floors of Fine Furniture” Highway 27 North Berne, Indiana BIXLER INSURANCE 179 W. Main Berne, Indiana Phone — 589-2142 Res. — 368-7879 Have your clothes cleaned at KEFFY DRY CFEANING Decatur, Indiana Phone— 724-9181 HAMMOND’S MARKET Fresh Fruit and Vegetables 240 N. 13th Street Decatur, Indiana 152 STAN’S MEN’S WEAR 168 West Main Berne, Indiana ALFOLDER IMPLEMENTS U.S. 27 South Berne, Indiana i j | T” l”— f— T - !“ BERNE WITNESS Berne, Indiana CTS OF BERNE, INC. 406 Parr Road Berne, Indiana TREES DRIVE-IN R.R. 1 Berne, Indiana Flares and Stripes in Double Knits for girls and guys at LEE’S DEPARTMENT STORE. 153 GRABER INSURANCE, INC. U.S. 27 — Berne, Indiana EDGAR P. SPRUNGER, D.D.S. 159 N. Jefferson St. Berne, Indiana Put a Tiger in Your Tank BERNE OIL COMPANY Berne, Indiana JOHN-ANN BEAUTY SALON BERNE AUTO SUPPLY, INC. Berne, Indiana Phone — 692-6221 Berne, Ind. — Phone 589-2866 154 BEN-FRANKLIN 5-10 Berne, Indiana LEHMAN HEATING PLUMBING CO. 164 N. Jefferson Street Berne, Indiana FIRST BANK OF BERNE Berne, Indiana Continuous Service Member of F.D.I.C. and Federal Reserve System DAS BLUMEHAUS 1009 E. Main Berne, Indiana NEUENSCHWANDER, INC. Complete Insurance Service Berne, Indiana Phone — 589-2211 155 LEHMAN FEED MILL R. R. 1 — Berne, Indiana Phone — 589-2451 BERNE FURNITURE CO., INC. Berne, Indiana BERNE LUMBER, INC. Berne, Indiana Phone — 589-2268 » PALMER HOUSE 118 W. Main Berne, Indiana VILLA NORTH AUTO CENTER 1045 Ft. Wayne Road Bluffton, Ind. — Phone 824-1987 156 DAVE ' S SHELL SERVICE U.S. 27 Berne, Indiana YAGER FURNITURE STORE Down-town-in-Berne Featuring 3 Big Floors Berne Furniture YAGER FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service — 589-3101 Berne, Indiana “Since 1910” PATRONS DALE’S STORE AND SHOE REPAIR WEST END RESTAURANT CULLIGAN SALES AND SERVICE BERNE HI-WAY HATCHERY, INC. FAITH AND LIFE BOOK STORE GERBER FURNITURE 1157 F. Wayne Road Bluffton, Indiana 157 HEYERLY’S MARKET 728 South Main Bluffton, Indiana DUTCH MILL RESTAURANT Bluffton, Indiana WHITE MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE Wm. Steffen and Son 756 Ft. Wayne Road — Bluffton, Ind. GIFFORD’S EG.A. SUPERMARKET, INC. U. S. 27 North Berne, Indiana 158 GERBER FEED MILL SUPERSWEET FEEDS 500 S. Indiana Street Bluffton, Indiana 159 PIZZA KING 516 N. 13th Street Decatur, Indiana Phone — 724-2712 Pizza — Spaghetti - Sandwiches One by one Our tomorrows become our yesterdays 160

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