v ' AVy .. , osuaxxxtii fVM ' vtf- tr . MM. MjWl if. ' v ' Mi L vtgs € ' ' ■ j fiB rrtWwk | ■jp W jk ■ j|Tf 7 V ■ 1 liin " 3 i ;: ' 4 ijD iA - Fa ’ w? sm 1; S 19 6 7 j I I Angola High School Angola Indiana Volume 46 : ,• V: 5 FOREWORD In this, the 1967 yearbook, the KEY staff has at¬ tempted to satisfy as many of the student body as pos¬ sible. This involves a great amount of compromising and listening to the ideas of many people. The job of editor was a completely new experience for me, and I believe it was a very rewarding one. I would like to thank everyone who contributed his time and effort into this year’s annual. Special thanks go to Mr. Thompson for his guidance and helpful hints concern¬ ing this project. My main hope is that this year’s Key will be enjoyed by all who look at it. Jack Croxton, Editor 2 DEDICATION MISS RUBY SHULTZ We, the senior class, wish to dedicate this KEY to Miss Ruby Shultz. She has given many years of her time, talent, and unselfish interest to the education and development of Angola students. She will always be held in the highest esteem by the teaching staff of the school and by all the students who were associated with her. We hope that this annual will serve as a re¬ minder of the many incidents both large and small dur¬ ing the past year. During the years Miss Shultz has been a member of the Angola faculty, she has taught many hours of English to the seniors. She has taught journalism and she has given her ability to organize and her patience to publish the HORNET. Besides publishing the HOR¬ NET, for over 30 years she has given her time by help¬ ing different senior classes publish the KEY. We, the class of 1967, wish to say, " Thank you, Miss Shultz. " We hope that this annual will be a trea¬ sure of memories of this year at Angola High School. Bill Guthier, Senior Class President t CONTENTS Administration.5 School Life.29 Senior Class.81 Underclasses. 101 Activities.119 Sports.165 Boosters.197 5 etc —.v i State reports. Changing schedules. Conferences with students and teachers. . Scheduling games. Building problems. Faculty meetings. Writing absent excuses. Tourney administration. Board meetings. These are the worries of an administrator. ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Upon being graduated from high school, one realizes that learning is a never-ending pro¬ cess, that it certainly doesn’t stop with gradua¬ tion. To a great extent, an individual’s future is determined by his desire to learn. The more one learns the better are his opportunities to earn money, have more job opportunities, to own his own home, to have a happier family life and to have a greater understanding of people and events. The completion of high school is only one of many steps towards a successful life resulting from the continual process of learning. One never gets too old or too experienced to learn but what is done with one ' s ability to learn is an individual decision. F. K. McCutchan, Superintendent of Angola Schools Mrs. Edith Cox, favorite check writer of the teachers, is always willing to discuss pertinent matters with the teach¬ ers. Miss Mary Sanders, secretary to Mr. McCutchan and the school board, readily extends a helping hand to teachers needing information about school work and licensing. 6 To the Seniors High school graduation is truly a commence¬ ment rather than an ending. Our hopes are that each graduate has prepared himself to begin and to continue to find answers and solutions to many of life ' s vexing problems. We have watched this class throughout high school as it met its challenges—some successfully and some as failures. We know that you can go forth from this start to make your lives fuller and richer. May your lives also enrich those with whom you come in contact so that the influence of An¬ gola High School will be promulgated by your actions. Mr. John F. Hammel, Principal Angola High School Mrs. Kathy Moor and Mrs. Rita Herl, efficient secretaries of Angola High School, are always busy on some task. Work piles up but they never complain. BOARD OF EDUCATION Robert Berkes, treasurer; F. K. McCutchan, super¬ intendent; Paul Strock, R. L. Nedele, Burdette Hall, D. G. Mason, president. The School Board of Angola Schools is a group of dedicated men who meet once a month to discuss the various problems confronting the schools. In their aim of betterment for the schools, they assist the staff and administration in discussing and working on such issues as finances, management, and maintenance of the schools. It is due largely to their efforts that the school is able to realize its dream of expansion with the new addition to the high school building. Mr. Harry Kelley, Assistant Principal 8 1 Bus Driver: John Hornbrook, Clifton Nilson, Janice Nilson, Hollis Fisher, Jess Greenamyer, Dale Somerlott, Naomi VanMeter, Larry Klink, Helen Linnemeier, Otto Linnemeier, Maynard Landis, Dale Ordway, and George Coney. Not Pictured: Don Anstett, Ross Holman, Herb Moore, Ed. T. Reese, Duane Rose, and Carl Waymire. Dr. Bernice Horrall, School Psychometrist Mr. Harry Sowle, School Safety Patrolman 4 Hr Sue Boyer, Mathematics Mrs Mrs. Elizabeth Trennepohl, Home Economics Mrs. Helen Buse, Home Economics Mr. Rodney Wells, Boys Phy. Ed. 12 Mr. Garst Haughey, Social Studies Mr. John Fiandt, Social Studies Mr. Carroll Nesbitt, Social Studies 14 Mrs. Gladys Kile, Mathematics Junior High Mr. Jack Prosser, Spanish Mrs. Elizabeth Thai Is, Mathematics Junior High v Mr. Tom Berry, industrial Arts Mr. John Wearly, Industrial Arts Mr. Russell Brayton, English Mr. Charles Avery, English Mr. Rodney Boyd, Instrumental Music Miss Nancy Siebold, Vocal Mr. Elwood Nichols, Instrumental Music Mr. Noble Thompson, Business and Latin Mr. James Flemming, Guidance Mr. Paul Schock, Guidance ■Ml 18 Mrs. Janet Grabill, Girls’ Phy. Ed. Mr. Charles Dygert, Mathematics Mr. Harold S. Arney, Science Mr. Donald Immel, Art Mrs. Marion Clark, Science Miss llene Penn, Commerce Mr. A. B. BarkdulI, Commerce Mr. Joseph Sirk, Social Studies Mr. David Burnau, Social Studies 22 rw.. ' ;.. Mr. Doba s Sophomore Mathematics Class Miss Shultz s Senior English Class Mrs. Chokey s Freshman English Class Crowded halls.... Building noises.... Classroom activities Athletic contests Study halls. Club meetings. These are the sounds of school living. SCHOOL LIFE GROUND IS BROKEN FOR ADDITION Excavation for new addition begins. Truck load after truck load of dirt is hauled away. Bulldozer makes digging easy. f Morning Class LARGE DRIVER TRAINING CLASSES ATTEND SUMMER SCHOOL Afternoon Class 31 Mr. Heier, Mr. Haughey, Mr. Wyatt, Mr. German, Mrs. Schindler, Mrs. McKeever, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Kyle, Ginny Shoup, Karen Schindler, Debbie Emrick, Martha Fulton, Linda Mortorff, and Jeff Hornbacker watch a skit is presented at a pep session. Mr. Shelton and Mr. Erwin prepare to work on the lawn. Mr. Moller practices as a student teacher in science. Gregg Sassman, Dick Waymire, Lance Zim¬ mer, and Bob Moore engage in the Egg Throwing Contest. OLYMPIC GAMES - HOMECOMING STYLE • ?+ • . v Steve Thai Is and Jackie Stevens pull out in front in the Three Legged Race. V 3 »- fSEI ' -%rLv- - ' » Alan Bal, Jim Hornbacker, Rick Yarian, and Bob Tarpley try their skill in the Mud Dive Contest. The Juniors take to the Mud Dive Contest in the Olympics. Merky King is the only out-of¬ schooler allowed in the Olym¬ pics. Contestants in the Pie Eating Contest are Jim Graham and Steve Bruner. Wendy Mc¬ Bride and Tom Bal are the pie holders. The Freshmen win this heat in the Tug-of- War Contest. 34 Queen Victoria works on the Spanish Float. Victoria Velkoff is crowned " Queen of the Football Homecoming’ by Jim Hornbacker, Student Council president. The Attendants are Kathy Sanxter, Debra Summers, Theresa Howard, Shelia Hoffman, and Beth Summers. ii m Brad Hale cycles to a picture assignment. Mike Myers, Bill Wellman, Nicky Nix, John Hamme l, Cheryl Ralston, Margie Burger, Linda Sunday, Terri Cotner, and Conni Willig discuss week-end activities. Mr. Kelly, Kathy Moore and Rita Herl have a con¬ fabulation outside the office door. Carolee Moore arrives at school early. Hornet defense is in action. Editor Jack Croxton and Business Manager Nicky Nix check on completed pages of the KEY. Mr. Boyd directs the marching band in a salute to Indiana. Lee Fisher, Joyce Rockwell, and Kathy West work on the underlayment of the Spanish dragon. 38 Sarah Goodwin and Debbie Hemrick induct Greg Sharrow into the Spanish Club. Mr. Avery looks on as Mr. German is given the Tine test by Mrs. Riccono. Student Body president, Jim Hornbacker, introduces a performer to the student body. Hornet line stops Garrett. Greg Sharrow takes charge of a Pep Session with Jim Horn- backer and Mrs. Grabill in the background. The senior bell is decor¬ ated with cheerleaders Karen Schindler, Ginny Shoup, and Marty Fulton. . BOOMERSHINE FIELD icea 40 KING BASKETBALL TAKES OVER David Anspaugh leads out the Hornets as Sheila Hoffman, Pam Friskney, Diane Lanman, and Liz Andrews look on. Ticket taker, Rita Herl, takes the tickets of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilton. 41 Jo Stevens parades before the Howe boys. The hornets fight it out under the basket for two points. Janice Chard, Elsie Gordon, and Ronda Nichols are late for Pep Club. WRESTLING ATTRACTS MANY BOYS Referee Moran watches as Mike Liechty ties up an opponent. Tom Morse pins an opponent. Seniors, Jan Morley, Kim Tubergen, Pat Wyatt, Linda Zimmer, Vickie Crone, and Cheryl Ralston try to see what it’s all about. Debbie Maugherman is working hard on Latin as Colleen Pat¬ terson watches. Senior cords! Jean Stevens, Marilyn Wild, Linda Sunday, and Kathy Sanxter model their cords. Wendy McBride watches in anticipation. J Freshman cheerleaders, Debbie Summers and Julie Nielson are on the losing end of a contest. Coach Haughey introduces his basketball players, Dave Anspaugh, John Anderson, Bill Guthier, Larry Myers, Don Harter, Steve Brubaker, Ralph Hall, Richard Bruner, Richard Call, Joe Bledsoe, and John Hammel. I Richard Bird, Ed Erwin, and Mike Thomas wait on a customer. Typing project held by Mr. Barkdull and Mr. Thai Is. The more words a minute a student typed without a mistake above 30, the higher he placed his Christmas ornament. Mr. Burnau leaves orders for Keith Myers for operating the ju¬ nior stand. Tim Hasselman admires Carol Ferris ' s start of the bulletin board. When it was finished it said, “Even devils are angels at Christmas time. Part of the clothing that was collected by the Y- Teens. These are the girls who took a course in baby-sitting taught by Mrs. Clark. Back Row: Nancy Sheffer, Pam Som- merville, Connie Fulton, Mary Day, Marjorie Stokes, Celestia Firestone, and Patty Orlosky. Second Row: Molly Wheaton, Linda McKeever, Ruth Beer, Julia Hostetler, Esther Bruner, and Sally Hammel. Front Row: Sally Remenicky, Jane Thomas, Linda Yates, Glenda Clev- ereley, Rosalind Arbuckle, Carol Walt- mire, and Jackie Van Wagner. Jr 1 f l V 4 Jr 47 Susan Austin, Phyllis Mann, and Jan Morley lead the choir through the halls while Miss Siebold directs. Mr. Wells donates money for the senior king. Ronda was the chairman for the collection. Michelle Franze, Jan Morley, Cheryl Ralston and Janice Chard pass the collection blanket for the WOWO penny pitch. Charlotte Easterday, Roger Green, and Auburn cheerlead¬ er give away a colored tele¬ vision. JUNIORS RECEIVE THEIR LONG-AWAITED RINGS I ? K S Shirley Williams, Rita Rowe, Marsha Orewiler, and Alice Lawson purchase their rings from M. C. George, company representative. Mary DeLong, Pete Gamiere, and Sheila Huff¬ man admire their rings. Senior class jewelry is displayed by a proud senior. I 50 Sandy Eggleston, David Anspaugh, Marsha Swank, and Judy Clancy read the induction ceremony for the F. T. A. FUTURE TEACHERS HOLD FORMAL INITIATION Cheralyn Fee, Tammy Bledsoe, Jo Stevens, Tom Chaudoin, Kay McFadden, Jane Chard, and Charlotte Eas- terday are inducted into the F. T. A. Jan Morley, Nancy Zabst, Ann Ryan, Marsha Swank, Marilyn Wyatt, and Connie Barnum decorate the Christmas tree. Y-TEENS DECORATE THE CHRISTMAS TREE Marsha Swank places the star on the top of the Christmas tree. Linda Sunday gives her approval. Up " V AS WINTER PROGRESSES, SO DOES OUR BUILDING The steel goes up first. ROAD CLOSED ' - r ' . Jane Holderness arrives at school early. Betty Gould and Vickie Elliott work on the Y-Teens’ cookies. r , Mr. Hammel answers questions for a visitor. Rita Herl listens attentively. 54 Mrs. Clark colors Bonnie Tritch’s pictures. Steph Kersten and Ann Ryan are working on a skit to present to their English class. The Pep Band is in action. SENIORS WORK HARD AND PLAY Nancy Field passes judgment as Phyllis Mann and Kay McFadden measure Kim Tubergen for cap and gown. John Hammel and Cheryl Ralston are deeply engrossed in studying the band picture. Dick Moser, Jon Carson, Terry Coggeshall, and Lynn Hilton have the pleasure of serving two visiting students. Rick Yarian plays dolls with Sam Cope as Colleen Patterson looks on. HARD AS THE YEAR WEARS ON Charlotte Easterday and Jerry Hubart take charge of selling scholarship tickets. Don Harter adds two points to the score as Eastside players watch. Pam Friskney, Donita Good, Becky Beekman, Debbie Croy, Bud Derbey- shire, Bruce Householder work hard but Betty Gould has to see what is taking place. Carol Chokey, chairman of the cover committee is caught in the halls. Mr. Kelley and Mr. Prosser are caught filling it up. Mr. Dygert seems to be en|oying himself also. 58 Tom Chaudoin says, " Who, me? " Nancy Field is the onlooker. Gil Rogers threatens Jeannie Haynes with his cane. The Bees come onto the floor as the sophomores shout. 59 Mr. Clark, the school photographer, prepares to " shoot.” Cheryl Sommerlott has a tete-a-tete with Gary Ransburg as Ted Alleshouse looks on. 60 Is Kay McFadden thinking about Joey Chaudoin or is David Anspaugh thinking about Charlotte Easter- day? Wendy McBride joyously waits on customers as Joyce Rockwell sulks. One of the customers is Debbie Sum¬ mers. THE LINE UP Front: Rick Yarian, John McFadden, Jon Carson and Glen Snidel. Back: Dick Moser, and Lynn Hilton. 61 KIM IS KING Hl-Y SPONSORS CHRISTMAS DANCE Kim Tubergen is crowned King of Awholaapc by Lee Fisher and her escort, John Hammel. Kim escorted Fyrn Worchester to the dance. Many couples dance during the Christmas dance. Kim and Fyrn lead this dance after being crown¬ ed king. SENIORS ARE IN THE SPOTLIGHT Richard Bruner points with determination, “It went that-a-way. " The opposing player says, Oh my! " Larry Wyatt is the onlooker. John Hammel lets fly Four seniors pose for the cameraman. They are Carol Chokey, Judy Mortorff, Terri Cotner, and Marilyn Wild. a long one. 63 Jim Sandidge and Tom Chaudoin measure the height of Glenn Snidle. Daphne Hauke is in a pensive mood. Mr. Berry prepares a list of gymnastic entries. Terry Coggeshall signs Jerry Hubart’s wrestling sign. Tom German watches the progress of a basketball game as the Hornets fall behind. Tom Wenzel and Terri Cotner talk over their private affairs. Charlotte Easterday, winner of the Senior Scholarship ticket sales happily talks to David Anspaugh. Jim Holse, Jeff Duguid, Jim Spangle, and Linda Clancy enjoy their activity period. | nn ,, " Gil Rogers argues with Tom Chaudoin in the play, " Minor Miracle. " Jack Croxton and George Gilbert are the other two characters in the play. Jim Thirkell lays down the law to Peg Al- leshouse as Nancy Zabst is frightened in the play, " Egad, What a Cad. " Jack Croxton knocks George Gilbert down as Gil Rogers catches him. Tom Chaudoin watches the action in the play, " Minor Miracle. " Sam Cope and Tom Chaudoin cut up on the stairs. The Thespians present the two one-act plays, " Minor Miracle " and " Egad, What a Cad. " A study of concentration—Mr. Deetz, Mr. Rodman, Mr. Berry, Mr. Burnau, and Mr. Nesbitt are deeply engrossed in watch¬ ing the progress of a basketball game. - . ' T Is Mr. Wearly telling Mr. Clark all about the theory of photography? The second team bench is composed of Dennie Bumgarner, Bob Brady, Larry Bassett, Joe Bled¬ soe, Dale Smothers, Eric Melby, Bob Chapman, Larry Wyatt, and Scott White, student manager. Mr. Thai Is is expounding to Mr. Barkdull about his good faculty team. WO WO Aces of the Air are on the offensive drive led by star Air Ace Mr. Pelkington. Mr. Cigna, as usual, is out of the action. Greg Sharrow refuses to learn what Dennis DeMara is showing Mike Liechty and Bob Moore. Doug Zuber and Marsha Orewiler lead the noon parade from the school. John Day is busy in the drafting room. Connie Willig is telling Cris ture taken. Jean Van Aman Brown how much she wanted is in the background. her pic- Five seniors and one junior pose. Bill Wellman, Dennis Putman, Don Hosack, Greg Sharrow, Jack Croxton, and Jack Fisher line up for the photographer. 70 STUDENTS WIN AWARDS IN LOCAL SCIENCE FAIR. Richard Wilkie in Engineering and Electronics Priscilla Porter in Chemistry Barbara Ann Meyers in Earth Science Jo Ellen Stevens in Botany and Microbiology 71 STUDENT COUNCIL HOLDS A SADIE HAWKINS DANCE. Nick Nix, Jean Thomas, Bill Bryan, Vikki Velkoff, Terry Coggeshall, and Connie Barnum rest after a strenuous dance. Joyce Rockwell, Ginny Shoup, Mike Brubaker, and Eric Melby try their hand. Jan Morley leads her date, Bob Baldwin, away. Kathy Moor and Rita Herl show them how it’s done. Carolyn Hutchins and her date are enjoying them¬ selves. Mike Brubaker, Ginny Shoup, Erik Melby, Kay McFadden, Jean Wells, and Tom Chaudoin have a get-together. Greg Sassman, drummer of the popular " Barons of Soul " gives forth. This year ' s Miss School Spirit ' ' were Jo Ellen Stevens, Phyllis Mann, Connie Anderson, Jan Morley, Diane Lanman, Sally Guthier, Susie Fulton, and Sandy Eggleston. These girls were chosen after home games for being the best cheerers. Principal Hammel addresses the student body. Karen Schindler typing by direct dictation in a business class. Dick Moser addresses his class in a public speaking class. 73 A TRIP THROUGH THE NEW ADDITION Dennis Putman and Linda Wong enter the new addition. The view from the large windows is wonderful. Linda and Dennis try the new lab desks. Dennis is almost caught in the walk-in freezer. Something new! Just drop your library books in. Dennis and Linda leave by a new exit. Editor Jack Croxton and Business Manager Nick Nix check over last minute assignments. 75 The D. C. E. club has plenty of cakes in its annual cake raffle. These senior boys Brad Hale, Mike Myers, Glenn Snidle, Lynn Hilton, and John Carson seem to be enjoying themselves. Marsha Swank and Jo Ellen Stevens demonstrate the art of wrestling in physical education class. 76 SENIOR ADDITIONS Cal Lintz transferred to Angola High School from Thomas A. Edison High School, Elmira, New York at the first of the second semester. Ricky Ken Deller transferred to Angola High School from Fremont High School, Fremont, Indiana. He also transferred at the first of the second semester. The public library’s librarians have been a great help to many of the students. They extended to the students a cordial welcome at all times and put their resources at the students ' disposal. The librarians were Mrs. James Barger, Miss Orewiler, and Mrs. Zabst. The visiting students were Deb¬ bie Coleman and Lou Ann Long. PUBLIC LIBARIANS ;■ • 77 Graduation. Senior keys. Scholarship tests. Athletic contests. KEY Staff. Coat Check Stand. Miss Shultz’s English class. HORNET Staff. Ordering Invitations. These are the things that we will always member. SENIOR CLASS JOE ALBRIGHT STEVE ALLESHOUSE DCE 4 JEFF ANDREWS Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Art Assistant 3; HORNET Staff 3 JIM ANDREWS Basketball 1; Cross Coun¬ try 2; Wrestling 1; Band 1, 2; Music Contest 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4 DAVID ANSPAUGH LEE ARMEY SUSAN AUSTIN ROBERTA BARTON Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1; FTA 2 , 3, 4; Hi- Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club; Exploratory Teaching 4 Gymnastics 1, 2, 3 Y-Teens 2 , 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4 ; JCL 1, 2 ; GAA 1, 2, 3; Phy. Ed. Show 1, 2; Phy. Ed. Asst. 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Choir Contest 1, 2 , 3, 4; Vocal Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; District and State Ensemble Contest 3; KEY Staff 4; Thespians 2 , 3; Girls Sextet 3 Vocal 1, 2; Band 1, 2; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Art Asst. 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Thes¬ pians 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Con¬ test 1, 2 ALICE BRABANDT Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y-Teens 1 CRIS BROWN Style Show 2; H OR NET Staff 3, 4 WILLIAM BRYAN Choir 2, 3, 4, Quartet 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Sergeant-at-arms 4 - Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Varsity Club 4 Vice-Presi¬ dent; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Math. Contest 3, 4 PATRICIA BRYAN Thespian Society 2, 3,4; Vice-President 4; Asst. Di¬ rector 4 ; Float Ch. 4 ; DCE Secy. 4; Choir 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 ; Pep Club 1; Style Show 1; Asst. Librarian 2, 3; Office Asst. 3 MARGARET BURGER JACK BURRELL Attended Southport 1; Sci- Science Fair ence Fair 2; Twirler 3,4; Band 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens2, 3, 4; GAA 2, 3, 4; JCL 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Ensemble and Vocal Con¬ test 3, 4; Thespians 3,4; KEY Staff 4 ; HORNET Staff JON CARSON JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4 JANE CHARD GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FT A 4 JANICE ANN CHARD Class Secy.-Treas. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; VP 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; GAA 1 2, 3, 4,VP 4; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Champs 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 ; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4 TOM CHAUDOIN Thespian 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Art Club 3, 4; Co-Pres. 3, VP 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Mem¬ bership Chairman 4; Span¬ ish Club 1, 2, 3; KEY Staff Asst. Editor 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; Basketball Mgr. 1; Wrestling Mgr. 2, 3; Var¬ sity Club 4; HORNET Staff 4; FTA 4; Art Assistant 3 CAROL CHOKEY Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 2; En¬ semble Contest 1; BOV Con¬ test 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Secy. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Fiesta Ch. 3, 4 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; FTA 1, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Summer Conference 2, KEY staff 4; Cover Ch.; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4 JUDY CLANCY FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Historian 3; VP 4 ; GAA 2, 3; Choir 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, JCL 1, 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Ticket Ch. 1; Program Committee 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; State Band, Orchestera, and Vo¬ cal Contest 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 3 DANNY CLARK TERRY COGGESHALL Basketball 1; Golf 2; Wrest¬ ling 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Western Michigan U. Summer Science Training Program 3; Mathematics Contest 3, 4; Band 1; KEY Staff 4; Photo Club 4 KAY COLE FTA 1; GAA 4 ; Pep Club 4; DCE 4; Band 1; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1; Thes¬ pian Committee 2 LYNDA COPE Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Art Club 3; DCE 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4 VICKI CRONE Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2; Girls Intramur¬ al Basketball 2; Science Fair 1; Intramural Volley¬ ball 4 ; KEY Staff 4. TERRI COTNER Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; BOV Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; HORNET Staff 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; District and State Solo and En¬ semble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; FTA District Conference 3; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4 ; KEY Staff 4 ; Intramurals; Sax Sextet 3, 4; Smith-Walbridge Band Camp 1 JACK CROXTON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Finance Ch. 4; Thespian 2, 3, 4, Float Committee 4; NHS 3, 4 - JCL 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Band 1, 2; BOVA 1; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 2, 3, 4; Football Statistician 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Biology Asst. 3; District Ro¬ tary Speech Contest 3; Math. Contest 3; Science Fair 1; Hoosier Boys State 3; KEY Editor 4 DIANA CUNEO DCE 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES EASTERDAY Rochester H. S. 1; Golf 2; Thespian 2 , 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Class Business Mgr. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4 DENNIS DEMARA Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Track 1; Science Fair 1; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Music Contest 1 CHARLOTTE EASTERDAY Rochester H. S. 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 ; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; FTA 4 ; NHS 3, 4; Asst. Class Business Mgr. 3; Homemaking Asst. 4; Intra¬ murals 2 , 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4 DIANA EASTERDAY MIKE ERWIN Football 1; Basketball Mgr. 1; Hi-Y 1; DCE President 4 SANDRA EGGLESTON Y-Teens 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; FT A 3,4; NHS 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 4; KEY Staff 4; Hoosier Girls ' State 3; War¬ ren High School 1, 2 NANCY FIELD GREG FIFER Spanish Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff Layout Editor 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Parlimen- tarian 4; Choir 3, 4; Girls ' Gymnastics 1, 2; JCL 1, 2; Exploratory Teaching 4; Chairman of FTA Float 4 JACK FISHER Castle High School 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Vice- President 3; Football 1, 2; Track 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3 LEE FISHER Spanish Club 2, 3; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4 ; GAA 2, 3; FTA 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; President 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; DAR Good Citizen Runner-up CHERYL FLEGAL Spanish Club 1; Science Fair 2; Dress Revue 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Intra¬ murals 1, 2, 4; KEY Staff 4; Chairman of Senior Pictures STEPHEN FRENCH Thespians 2, 3, 4; Letter- mans Club 4; Basketball 1; Track 3, 4; Intramural Bas¬ ketball, Volleyball, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Phy. Ed. Asst. 4 ROGER GREEN PAUL GREISER DCE 4, Treasurer 4 ELSIE GORDON JCL 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2;AHS Band Coun¬ cil 4; Secretary 4; Flute Trio 1, 2; Woodwind Trio 1, 2; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Orchestra 4; HORNET Staff 4 ; KEY Staff 4 WILLIAM GUTHIER Chetek High School 1; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2,3, 4; Class President 4; Lettermans Club 4; Choir 3, 4; Choir Contest 3, 4; Thespians 4; KEY Staff 4 RICK GOWTHROP Basketball 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club; JCL 1, 2; Cross Country 2, 3 BRAD HALE Basketball Mgr. 1; KEY Staff 4 ; Photo Club 2, 3, 4 ; HOR¬ NET and KEY Photographer 4 SUSAN FULTON Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; GAA 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Songleader 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Sextet 3; District and State Vocal Contest 3; Band and Choir Contest 2, 3, 4; KEY Staff Asst. Editor DONITA GOOD Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Style Show 3 JOHN HAMMEL Class VP 1, 3, 4; Student Council 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 2, 3, 4 ; NHS 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; State BOV Contest 2, 3, 4; Mathematics Con¬ test 3; Lettermans Club 4, Pres. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base¬ ball 1 ( 2, 3, 4 ; NEIAC Foot¬ ball third team 3, Honor¬ able mention Baseball and Basketball 3; Hoosier Boys ' State 3; KEY Staff 4 PAUL HARMON Hi-Y 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; DCE 4; Attended Paschal Senior High School, Fort Worth, Texas 2 DON HARTER Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Lettermans Club 4; KEY Staff 4 JAMES HORNBACKER LYNN HILTON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Golf 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; Lettermans Club 4; KEY Staff 4; Intra¬ mural Sports 3, 4 DONALD HOSACK Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Hi-Y Camp 4; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 3; Thespians BRUCE HOUSEHOLDER JERRY HUBART Golf 4; Football 1, 2, 4; Track 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Staff 4; Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sp. Club Enter¬ tainment Ch. 4; Junior Class President; President of Stu¬ dent Council 4; Lettermans Club 4; Thespians 3, 4; In¬ tramural Basketball and Volleyball 3, 4 2, 3, 4 ; NHS 3, 4 ; BOVA 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter- mans Club 4, Treasurer 4; Boys State Delegate 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3; Mich¬ igan State University Sum¬ mer Band Program 4; Math- ematics Contest 3; KEY Staff 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrest¬ ling 3, 4; Track 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; HORNET Staff 4; Letter- mans Club 4 MARLENE JOHNSON Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4 - Pep Club 1, 4; GAA 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Thes¬ pians 1; Library Asst. 1, 2, 3 GENE JULIAN Football 1, 3; Track 1 JAMES KAUFMAN RONALD KELLY CINDY LANDIS Home Ec. Asst. 3, 4; Health Asst. 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; StyleShow 1,2 SUE LEHMAN Columbia City Schools 1, 2; Style Show 1, 3, 4; Sun¬ shine Society 2 MIKE LEICHTY Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Gymnastics 1; Wrestling 2; Golf 3, 4 ; Hi-Y 1, 4 ; KEY Staff 4; Art Club 4; Thes¬ pians 3; Intramural Basket¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Vol¬ leyball 3 LINDA LINN Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; GAA 4 - Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3; Phy. Ed. Show 1, 2; Phy. Ed. Asst. 4; Thespians BEVERLY MAIER Pep Club 3, 4; Librarian Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4 ; HORNET Editor 3; Art Club 4; Thes¬ pians 3, 4; Dress Revue 1, 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS MANN Thespians 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; BOV Contest 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; HOR¬ NET Staff 4; Girls’ State 3, Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 3, 4; State Solo and En¬ semble Contest 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Smith-Walbridge Band Camp 1, 2; Vocal Sextet 3; Vocal Trio 4; Vocal En¬ semble 4; Phy. Ed. Show 1, 2; Phy. Ed. Asst. 4. KAY McFADDEN GAA 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Y-Teen Summer Conference 3; FTA 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; Nurse ' s Asst. 3; Girls ' Intramural Sports 3, 4; Ex¬ ploratory Teaching 4; Style Show 1; Dennis Junior High, Richmond, Ind . 1. VIRGINIA MESTON Socorro High School 1, 2; FTA 2; Style Show 1, 2; Y- Teens 3, 4; HORNET Staff 4. CHERYL MEYERS FTA 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Art Club 3, 4. ANNE MOORE Cheerleader 1,2, Cheer¬ leader Clinic 1, 2; Hoosier Girls ' State 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra¬ mural Basketball 2, 3; Intra¬ mural Volleyball 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary- Treas. 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Stu¬ dent Council 1, 2, 3, Chair¬ man of Fall Festival Queen Contest 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2; HORNET Staff 4. ROBERT MOORE Football 1; Basketball 1; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4; Art Asst. 4 CAROLEE MOORE DCE 4; Home Ec. Asst. 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4 JAN MORLEY Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2 ,3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2 ( 3, 4 ; NHS 3, 4 ; KEY Staff 4; District Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; State Contest 3, 4; Nurses Asst. 3, 4; Girls Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls State 3; KEY Sales Ch. JUDY MORTORFF Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Finance Ch. 2; Y-Teen Summer Confer¬ ence 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4, Quaestor 2; Thespians 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Science Fair 1; Cho¬ rus 1; Hoosier Girls ' State 3; Junior-Senior Prom Ch. 3; Health Asst. 4 WILLIAM NIX Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Institute, Michi¬ gan State University 3; JCL 1, 2, 3; Lettermans Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Christmas Prom Chairman 4; KEY Staff 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Mathe¬ matics Contest 4; Mechani¬ cal Drawing Asst. RICHARD MOSER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Track 1; JCL 3, 4 ; Golf 3, 4 ; HORNET Staff 4 ; KEY Staff 4 RONDA NICHOLS Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Ch. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; Asst. Business Mgr. of the HOR¬ NET MIKE MYERS Band 1; Band Contest 1; KEY Staff 4 ; HORNET Staff 4; Gymnastics 1 , 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Golf 3, 4; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Lettermans Club 4; Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Sci¬ ence Fair 1, 2 JACK ORMISTON Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1; Track 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Lettermans Club 1, 2; JCL 1, 2. KEVEN PARRISH Cross-Country 3; Track 3, 4. GLEN PATTERSON Choir 1; Football 4; Wres¬ tling 3, 4. JAMES PENICK Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross- Country 2, 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; Lettermans Club 4; Wres¬ tling 4. DENNIS PETRE JAMES POLLARD JOSEPH POTTS DENNIS PUTMAN Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4 ; BOV 2, 3, 4 ; Hi-Y 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3 ; 4; JCL 1, 2, 3; Regional Science Fair 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Wres¬ tling 1; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Solo and Ensemble Contest 2, 3, 4. REBECCA RICHMOND Thespians 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; JCL 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Phy. Ed. Show 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vocal District Solo Contest 2, 3, 4 ; KEY Staff 4. GIL ROGERS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 ; JCL 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; HORNET Staff 4; Letter- mans Club 4. CHERYL RALSTON Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1 ,2, 3, 4, President 4; Stu¬ dent Council 2, 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Hoosier Girls State 3. DANNY REESE Basketball 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4 ; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 ; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4; Letter- mans Club 4. RICHARD REYNOLDS DONNA RICHARDS FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Span¬ ish Asst. 4; French Asst. 4; Health Asst. 4. RICK ROMINE Basketball 1; KEY Staff 4; DCE 4, Vice-Pres. 4. JAMES SANDIDGE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling Mgr. 1; Wrestling 2; Golf 1, 2; Thespians 3, 4; Band 3. Mr RANDY SHEETS GEORGE SHEPHERD Basketball 1; HORNET Staff Spanish Club 1; FTA 2, 3, 3, 4 ; DCE 4. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 . KATHY SANXTER Band 1, 2, 3 , 4; Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Band Contest 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3; JCL 1; Thes¬ pians 1, 2, 3, 4 ; KEY Staff 4 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN SCHINDLER Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 4; Cheerleader Camp 4; GAA 1 2, 3, 4; Phy. Ed. Asst. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3 ; 4; KEY Staff 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA SUNDAY VIRGINIA SHOUP Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4; JCL 1, 2, Scribe 2; GAA 1, 2 , 3 , 4 ; Pep Club 1, 3; Cheerleader 2, 4; Thespians 1, 2 , 3, 4, Secy.-Treas. 3; FTA 1, 2 , 3 , 4 ; KEY Staff 4; NHS 3, 4; Cheerleading Camp 2 , 4; Y-Teen Summer Conference 4; Band Camp 1; Psi lota Music Scholar¬ ship 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4. GLENN SNIDLE Thespians 3, 4; HORNET Staff 4 ; KEY Staff 4; Thes¬ pians 1, 2, 3, 4; Projection¬ ist 3, 4. JEAN STEVENS GAA 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; FTA 1; Pep Club 1, 2,3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Ensemble 3; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 3; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 3, Choir 2, 3, 4; State BOV Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; FT A 2, 3, 4 ; JCL 1, 2, 3; KEY Staff 4; Psi lota XI Music Scholar- ship 3; Thespians 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Girls ' Sextet and Ensemble 3, 4; State Solo and En¬ semble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Wood¬ wind Trio 2, 3, 4; Smith- Walbridge Band Camp 1, 2, 3; Band Asst. 3, 4. BOB TARPLEY Football; Gymnastics 1, 2; Cross-Country 1; Hi-Y 1, 2; HORNET Staff 4; Phy. Ed. Asst. 4. LINDA THOBE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3; Home Ec. Asst. 4; KEY Staff 4; Science Fair 1, 2; FTA Conference 3; Intramural Volleyball and Basketball 2; GAA Camp- out 2. JEAN VAN AMEN Thespians 2, 3, 4; HORNET Editor 4; KEY Staff 4; Class Secy. 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4; GAA 1,2, 3, 4 ; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4 ; NHS 3, 4, ROBERT VAN AUKEN KEY Staff 4 ; HORNET Staff 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1,2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Class Presi¬ dent 1, 2; Science Fair 1. BONNIE TRITCH Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1; HORNET Editor 3. VIKKI VELKOFF GAA 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 , 3, 4; Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4, Float Ch. 4; Home¬ coming Queen 4; Girls Gymnastics 2; Math. Contest 4. KIM TUBERGEN BOV Contest 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Science Fair 1; JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2 , 3 ; 4; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 4; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 3; Hi-Y 1, 2 , 3, 4, Secy. 3, Pres. 4; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3; Thes¬ pians 2, 3, 4; Officers Training Camp 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; Sextet 3, 4; Math. Contest 3. LARRY VERGON Photography Club 2 , 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Vice-Pres. of Photography Club 3. Ml RONALD WEST Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Math. Contest 3; HORNET Staff 4; Science Fair 2. VERNA WAITE Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Ec. Asst. 3, 4; KEY Staff 4; Hoosier Girls ' State 3; Dress Revue 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA WANG Arista Honor Society 1, 2; Tennis Club 2; Ushers Corps 2; NHS 3, 4. BILL WELLMAN NHS 3 ; 4, President 4; Class Vice-Pres. 2; Student Council 3, 4; Lettermans Club 4, Secy. 4; JCL 1; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; National Science Foundation Program at Western Michigan Univ. 1; State BOV Contest 2, 3, 4. JEAN WELLS Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3, Chaplain 4; Thespians 3, 4; GAA 2, 3, 4; JCL 1, 2; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 ; NHS 3, 4 ; Pep Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Woodwind Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Smith-Walbridge Band Camp 1, 2; Psi lota Zi Music Scholarship 3; All State Band 3. IRrl - v TOM WENZEL Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnas¬ tics 1, 2 ; Golf 2, 3, 4; Phy. Ed. Asst. 3; Hi-Y 1; Spanish Club 2, 4; Thespians 3; Let¬ termans Club 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Science Fair 2; Football All Conference 4; KEY Staff 4; Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Choir 1. LINDA VOGT MAN Band 1, 2; GAA 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 4. HILDA VIERLING FYRN WORCHESTER Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; GAA 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2 ; KEY Staff 2, 3; HOR¬ NET Staff 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA WYATT Pe p Cl u b 1,2, 3, 4; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Phy. Ed. Asst. 4; KEY Staff 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Style Revue 1; Phy. Ed. Show 1. MARILYN WILD Thespians 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 3; Fiesta Ch. 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; State BOV Contests 2, 3, 4; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Girls ' State 3; FTA 3, 4; FTA Conference 3; Explor¬ atory Teaching 4. RICHARD WILKIE Band 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4; Photo Club 2, 3, 4 ; KEY Staff 4. CONSTANCE JO WILLIG JCL 1, 2, 3, 4; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; HORNET Staff 4; KEY Staff 4; Intra¬ murals 2, 3; District Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; Style Show 1; Choir 1. NANCY ZABST JCL 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; KEY Staff 4. BARBARA WILSON Pep Club 1, 2; Style Show 4. RICK YARIAN Basketball 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 4; Span¬ ish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; I ntra- murals 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1 , 2 . LINDA ZIMMER Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 ; GAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Asst. 1; Style Revue 1; Girls ' Ensemble 1; KEY Staff 4; Home Ec. Asst. 4; Girls ' Intramurals 1, 2. MARIANNE ZINTSMASTER Decatur Catholic School 1, 2; Decatur High School 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Drama Club 2; Cheerleader 2; Sodality 1, 2; Yearbook Staff 3; Y-Teens 4; FTA 4; JCL 4; Thespians 4. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Bill Guthier. President John Hammel. Vice-President Janice Chard. Secretary-Treasurer Class Motto. “With a Better Today We Wifi Make a Better Tomorrow.’’ Class Colors. Mint Green and White Class Flower. White Orchid I Seniors, Janice Chard, Karen Schindler, Vicki Crone, Cheryl Flegal, and Linda Zimmer, work on the Senior Float. " Happiness Is A Victory " was the theme of the Senior Float. Senior Cheerleaders, Ginny Shoup and Karen Schindler watch as the Hornets are scored against. ■% • Christmas prom. Fan buses. Class rings. Christmas vacation. Junior-senior prom. Six-week ' s grades. Chokey ' s term papers. Homecoming. These will always remain in our memories. JUNIOR CLASS President .Mike Thomas Vice-President .Ralph Hall Secretary .Wendy Tressler Treasurer .Greg Sassman Business Manager .Keith Meyers Class Motto. . “Today We Follow; Tomorrow We Lead’’ Class Colors. Blue and White Class Flower. White Orchid Mr. David Burnau, Co-sponsor of the Junior Class Mr. Paul Schock, Co-sponsor of the Junior Class Steve Peggy Patricia John Allen Alleshouse Alwood Anderson Howard Beekman 4 Robert Bird Duane Blanchard Robert Boyle Elizabeth Cindy David Connie Andrews Ballard Barlett Barnum Steve Richard Gary Richard Brubaker Bruner Butz Call Mary Garland DeLonq Derbyshire Linda Scott Darlene Clancy Cowell Cox Sylvia Crone Joe Crossley Robert Chapman David Mary Jerry Wealtha Ellen Edwin Dilts Donnelly Duguid Duke Eberhardt Erwin Linda Everett Richard Faught Carol Ferris Dian Flegal Debra Foglesong Michelle Franze Pam Friskney Marty Fi iltnn Peter Gammiere Marlin Gill Sheila Hoffman Jon Hostetler Theresa Howard Howard Hubler Rex Kelly 103 Stephanie Dorsey Rosalee Joe Gay Jeannine Diane Alice Kersten Ketzenberger Kilburn Kirchen Knecht Landis Lanman Lawson Donna Roger Locke Mann Wendy Lawnie John Ronald McBride McClelland McFadden Mead Stanley Monroe Keith Tom Bonnie Philip Mortorff Mott Munn Murden Keith Larry Nancy Myers Myers Neuenschwander Neil Marsha Mary Nix Orewiler Orlosky Jim Brent Parsell Pastor Sharon William Howard Payne Penick Petre Lisa Phelan Larry Eddie Pike Radabaugh Dennis Rausch Hugh Reamer Shirley Reichard Linda Rinehart Randy Ritter 104 Joyce Mike Rita Annette Laura Danna Geri Rockwell Romine Rowe Ryan Sailor Sanders Sanders Jerry Schlosser Jim Shire Charles Shiveley Linda Shumaker Larry Roger Sauter Schimmoller Greg Sharrow Michael Thomas Wendy Tressler Kay Stowe Linda Deborah Smith Somerville Tom Strawser Jean Ann Thomas Sheila Gloria Linda Underwood Wagoner Walsh Robert Walter Ronald Jerry Warsler Webb Shirley Williams Don Wolf Larry Wyatt Charolen Zeigler Michael Zeigler Michael Zuber Gary Spa 11 inger Greg Sassman Dale Smothers Stephen Tritch Mike Wisner 105 SOPHOMORE CLASS President .Dennis Bumgarner Vice-President .Robert Brady Secretary-Treasurer .Cheryl Somerlott Class Motto. “The Toil of Today Is the Triumph of Tomorrow’’ Colors. Burgundy and White Flower. Yellow Rose Mr. Russell Brayton, Sponsor of the Sophomore Class Connie Jacquie Anderson Andrews Eric Terry Jackie Anspaugh Archbold Areaux John Artz Alan Larry Bal Banta h«Bur Larry Beckie Vicki Bassett Beekman Berry Edward Marsha Bickel Birch 106 p at Joe Tammy Tony Robert Cynthia Linda Michael Blanton Bledsoe Bledsoe Bolinger Brady Braman Brown Brubaker Judy Darrell Debbie Tony Dan William Lynn John Counterman Crone Croy DeRosa Derbeyshire Disbro Eddy Elliott Greg Griffis Bruce Denny Paula Bryan Bumgarner Burris Vickie Elliott Jane Gilchrist Barbara Gates Sara Goodwin Judy Gebhart Gene Gorrell life Pam Penny German German Jim Betty Gowdy Gould George Gilbert James Graham Sally Guthier Mary Hagerty Carol Hancock Becky Hanson Ronald Harnishfeger Jeannie Haynes Richard Hedglin Joe Carpenter Janet Chiddister George Clark Jeff Clark Cynthia Cope Henry Erwin Cheralyn Fee 107 Debbie Jane Clark Denny Hemrick Holderness Holtzman Hoolihan Tom Hoover Don Horman Kristina Horn Judy Horny Keith William Robert Carolyn John Stan Barbara Joy Huffman Hughes Hull Hutchins Hutter Johnson Kaufman Kelly Norman Dale Jack Jerry Penny Donna Lee Linda King Krantz Lancaster Lower Malston Manco Mason Mason Debbie Mike Larry Maugherman McBride McCutchan John Vivian Mark Tom Meek Meston Miller Morse Linda Mortorff Eric Jeffery Mike Connie Mike Robert David Sally Nolan Oberlin Osborne Pardue Parrish Penix Putman Putt Gary Ransburq Avery Rathburn Ann Richardson Marlene Rickman Tom Ringle Sharon Sherry Sandy Ritter Ritter Rowe 108 Michael Lynn Ron Marilyn Marilyn Todd Evelyn Ryan Sack Sanders Schannen Schimmoller Schworm Sheets Kent Jeri Shelton Shire Wayne Spallinger Steve Thalls James Thirkell Jeananne Smith Sherry Sunday Sharon Smdle Steven Sutton Cheryl Somerlott Marsha Swank Mindy Spurgeon Jerry Throop Sandra Sheffer Sybil Steiner Linda Scott Jackie Rex Lynette Judy Pat Audrey Tuttle VanWagner Velkoff Wall Walters Waltmire Wandel Warstler Dick Don Kathleen Scott Richard Robert Jeff Marilyn Waymire Wenzel West White Wilcox Wilson Wolf Wyatt Marie Yoder 109 FRESHMAN CLASS President .Lynn Smothers Vice-President .Jeffrey Ott Secretary-Treasurer .Debra Summers Class Motto. . . . “Conquer We Must; Conquer We Will” Class Colors. Light Blue and White Class Flower. White Orchid Mr. A. B. Barkdull, Sponsor of the Freshman Class Kedric Bobbie Mike Sarah Beard Beekman Beekman Beer Patty Bennett Tom Bledsoe Sharon Boyle Sharon Debbie Kathleen Sally Sue Kathryn Bonnie Chrysler Clark Clark Clouse Clouse Coggeshall Conley Candace Converse Charles Brown Barbara Carr Mike Bratton Gary Carpenter Patsy Dailey Debbie Fifer John Day Tim Dirr Patty Fulton Jeffery Mindy Roger Duguid Dygert Eberhardt Doug Franze Harold Dilts Neal Frye Marcia Cummings Walter Cox Antoinette Eff Connie Everett Antoinette Gammiere Bonnie Gibson Glen Gibson Mike Nancy Karen Mary Dan Jeanne Daphne Wynn Karyl Gowthrop Gramling Hagerty Hammel Hardiek Hartman Hauke Hensel Hilton 111 Rex Holman Jack Latson Pamela Jackson Norman Light Ralph Holman Ralph Kugler Nancy Hughes William Lewis John Johnson Pat Jarrard Greg Hoffman Jim Holse Diana Lee Pam Leland Robert Huffman Vickie Leslie Danny Hoffman Sheldon Cheryl Terry Jana Joy Kay Norma Sheilah Dennis Likes Lininger Mansberger Mansfield Markiton Markiton Mason McConnell Merilat Charlene Pat Barbara Karen Metz Meyer Meyers Miller Tony Mike Susie Mitchell Moore Morrison Thomas Nedele Tim Mark Nedele Nelson Jean Judi Julee Neuenschwander Nichols Nilson Fred Orten Cathy Munn Paul Osborne Jeffrey Ott Barbara Myers 58 ® Roxanne Colleen Rita Parrish Patterson Payne Janet Pentico John Pentico Dorothy Pilliod Priscilla Mark Porter Proehl Jerry Putt 112 Carla Randolph Steve Romine Chriss Wild Al Reichard Albert Remenicky Rick Rensch Dave Richardson Cindy Richmond Jeff Ridenour Gary Ritter Wayne Rowe Randy Sanders Phil Sandidge Glenn Sapp Virginia Sattison John Schindler Billy Schnetzler Doug Zuber Lance Zimmer Ricki Winebernner Denise Worchester Ed Williamson Lynn Smothers Chris Ray Barry Rose Debora Sell James Spangle Karen Thomas Joe Shoup Dianna Shumaker Jo Ann Shumaker Janet Silbert John Smith Ronnie Smith William Scott Charles Thomas Danny Wilcox Brad Sutton Lyle Tritch f Cheryl Thirkell John Thompson Pat Waggoner Steve Wagner i Jackie Stevens Deborah Debra Stoll Summers Kathy Thomas Marilyn Walcutt Anne Wearly in Richard Spurgeon Douglas Stackhouse EIGHTH GRADE Greg Aldrich, Bobby Anstett, Sheila Arnold, Vicki Austin, Jackie Bal, Valorie Banta, and Ruth Beer. Jack Berry, Anne Birchman, Linda Bird, Greg Bran- ning, Kim Branning, Nancy Bright, and Susan Brown. Debbie Burkett, Bob Butz, Judy Call, JoAnn Carpen¬ ter, Sue Carrick, Mike Ciolkos, and Sheila Clancy. Brent Clark, Steve Cleverly, Debra Coleman, Carol Cope, Marcia Cosper, Dona Croy, and Tracy Count¬ erman. Ladonia Crossley, Kathy Daler, Steve Davis, Sandra Day, Doug Deller, Danette DeMara, and Kathy Dowi- dat. Mike Dunham, Susan Dygert, Sue Easterday, Jill Egly, Jeffrey Erwin, Mike Flegal, and Paul Flegal. Don Foglesong, Deva Franze, Bobbie Fulton, Randy Gilchrist, Greg Golden, Lizabeth Gonser, and Debbie Good. Susan Goodwin, Jan Guthier, Gary Hancock, Jean Harvey, Rick Hawthorne, Dan Headley, and Cathy Heer. Jim Hemrick, Laurie Herl, Pamela Hill, Roger Hohl, Joel Holtzman, Linda Hoover, and Ron Hostetler. Connie Hoyer, Karen Hull, Barbara Hutchins, Joyce Inman, Doug Kersten, Patricia Kinsey, and Richard Kinsey. Allen Lancaster, Chuck Lawson, Greg Leininger, Deb¬ orah Leslie, Edith Lininger, Lu Ann Long, and Bill Lons- bury. Carol Longheed, Julia Mann, Devon Marks, Loretta Mason, Dara Maugherman, Garry May, and Rita McCormick. Linda McKeever, Mike Meek, Pamela Meston, James Meyers, William Meyers, Deborah Morrison, and Charles Morse. 114 Karen Mote, Kevin Mote, Kirk Mow, Kathy Neff, Brent Nelson, Margaret Nichols, and Rex Nichols. Zoe Ann Noll, Rene Odle, Roger Ordway, Mike Os¬ borne, Mike Ostrander, Ricky Pardue, and Monica Pastor. Donald Payne, Marcia Petre, Susan Petre, Randy Plank, Margaret Porter, Dick Powers, and Dave Pu- fahl. Cathy Ralston, Larry Ransburg, Tom Ray, Greg Resler, Darlene Richmond, Holly Ritter, and David Rowe. Katherine Ryan, Gerald Sanders, Daryl Schimmoller Wayne Scott, Kevin Schiveley, Rocky Smith, and Jim Snyder. Al Sommerlott, Valerie Sommerville, John Stevens, James Strayer, Jeffrey Strite, Judy Thobe, and Nor¬ man Thomas. Tom Throop, Mary Tyler, Mickey Velkoff, Ron Waite, David Warstler, Kenneth Wattier, and Sharon Webb. Ken West, William Westenhaver, Molly Wheaton, Debbie Williams, Jeannie Williams, Diana Willig, and John Wogoman. Bernard Wogoman, Harold Woodward, Paula Wood¬ ward, Larry Zabst, Barbara Carpenter, and Marsha Crone. Eighth Graders not pictured are Gary Brandeberry, and Debbie Goings. sti Public Library r |« | I _.;i ■fv. - ( 1 JH Ijjiipr Is._- - , fmmr- _ ?l- SEVENTH GRADE Otto Alleshouse, Sheila Anderson, Rosalind Arbuckle, Lou Ann Archbold, Richard Artz, Dinah Baldwin, and Jerry Banta. Mike Bassett, Bruce Beattie, Nancy Beck, Deloris Berry, Paul Birchman, Sue Boardman, and Phil Boyer. Pam Braman, Mary Brown, Esther Bruner, Chris Bryan, Jackie Bryan, Laura Budd, and Gail Bumgarner. Linda Burch, Cindy Call, Cindy Campbell, Larry Car¬ penter, Kathy Carr, Denny Carrick, and Claudia Chap¬ man. Janny Charles, Carla Chiddister, Robert Christen, De¬ nise Chrysler, Dana Clark, Sandra Clark, and Glenda Cleverly. Carthel Coffey, Carolyn Cook, Steven Cope, Derold Covell, Mike Cox, Alan Crain, and Lucinda Crain. Steve Cummings, Mary Cuneo, Sandy Davis, Mary Day, Ronald Demorest, Bruce Dilts, and Ricky Dodge. Julie Duguid, Valerie Eff, Randy Elliott, Tammy Er¬ win, Carolyn Everett, LuAnn Eyster, and Rebecca Fifer. Celestia Firestone, David Foglesong, Jeff Folck, Steve Franze, Connie Fulton, Galen Gates, and Jerry Gib- beny. Carolyn Gibson,Larry Greenwalt, Cindy Griffis, Jim Hale, Patricia Hall, Sally Hammel, and Dianne Han¬ son. Tim Hasselman, Kim Headley, Deborah Hensel, Allan Henzell, Mike Holcomb, Gary Holse, and David Hor- man. Julie Hostetler, Barry Householder, Anita Huffman, Tim Inman, Ricky Jenkins, Robert Johnson, and Deb¬ orah Kimpel. Kathy Knecht, Debbie Kratz, Jennifer Landis, Gary Leininger, Chuck Lewis, Leslie Libey, Danny Likes. 116 Connie Lovell, Vikki Maier, John Mallory, Randy Mann, Marjorie Markiton, Joan Maugherman, and Joyce Maugherman. James Meek, Diane Metz, Vickie Miller, Barbara Mon¬ roe, Mark Moore, Gary Morales, and Shirley Morri¬ son. Neal Murden, Pam Myers, Sharon Myers, Alan Nich¬ ols, Michele Nyikos, Dean Opdycke, and Patricia Or- losky. Robin Osborn, Diane Pardue, Jon Parrish, Ricky Penix, Linda Pentico, Tom Powers, and Chris Presley. Cheryl Randolph, John Rathburn, Sally Remenicky, Linda Richardson, Greg Ridenour, Dave Romine, and Kathleen Rose. Jerry Rosselot, Pat Rothrock, Donna Rowe, Martin Rowe, Karen Sanxter, Billy Sattison, and Della Satti- son. Sharon Sauter, Terry Schnetzler, Don Scherin, Gary Sharp, Ricky Shaw, Donna Sheets, and Nancy Sheffer. Vickie Shepherd, Roxanne Sherburne, Diana Shipe, Donna Shipe, Gary Shoup, Terry Shumaker, and Doug¬ las Slocum. Gary Smith, Robert Snyder, Pamela Somerville, Steven Sorg, Pamela Sorg, Steve Spallinger, and Cindy Sparks. Deborah Stackhouse, Virginia Stevens, Marjorie Stokes, Sharon Taner, Jayne Thomas, Sandra Tritch, and Ka¬ thy Underwood. Jacquelyn Van Wagner, Melanie Walcutt, Janet Wall, Carol Waltmire, Jack Wang, Donald Wattier, and Ronny Wattier. Dave Wearly, Steve Wilson, Betty Wogoman, Nancy Word, Linda Yates, and Sandra Zerby. Seventh Graders not pictured are John Bauer, Sarah Jo Taylor, and Vonda Varner. 117 Pep rallies. Music contests. Dances. Club meetings. Concerts. Plays. Marching band. Intramural games. These are the activities that keep us busy. ACTIVITIES ART CLUB This year marked the second season for the Art Club of Angola High School. The Art Club, sponsored and directed by Mr. Immel, art instructor, had many projects that kept it busy throughout the year. Some of these projects included making posters for the Span¬ ish Club, Y-Teen candlelight service programs, design¬ ing and making a paper-mache HORNET mascot, and helping with the Thespian stage sets. The Art Club consists of many students who have a special interest in art. These students take turns work¬ ing after school Monday through Thursday and some¬ times on Saturday. During the meetings held every even Tuesday, plans for projects were discussed. Occasionally, the club was entertained by a guest speaker who would talk to the club about some phase of art. The officers of the club were Carol Ferris, president; Tom Chau- doin, vice-president; Marie Yoder, secretary; and Cheryl Myers, treasurer. Barbara Kaufman works on some detailed paste- ins. DIVERSIFIED CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION The Diversified Co-operative Education Club is now in its second year. The students in the D. C. E. program were selected by the school officials and other members of the faculty. The club had 17 members this year—4 more than the membership last year. The members Lynda Cope, Mike Erwin, Rick Romine, Randy Sheets, Joe Albright, Paul Harmon, Diane Cuneo, Carolee Moore, Richard Reynolds, Jim Pollard, Rex Kelly, Ron Kelly, Mike Mc¬ Clelland, Roger Green, Pat Bryan, Dennis Petre, and Danny Clark spent one-half a day at school attending classes and the other half day working in a wide va¬ riety of jobs throughout the school district. The club itself has been very active this last year. It entered a float in the annual homecoming parade and won first place in originality. The float was enter¬ ed in the Tri-State parade and won a first place and received a trophy. Several members attended the state convention at the I. U. Medical Center in Indianapolis. Some of the members ran for different state offices. A news¬ paper drive was held again this year. At the last bas¬ ketball game the club again held its cake give-away. Some of the members attended a conference in April at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. A scrapbook was started this year and Carolee Moore and Diane Cuneo were in charge of it. Officers of the club the first semester were Mike Erwin, president; Rick Romine, vice-president; Pat Bry¬ an, secretary; Roger Green, treasurer. The second se¬ mester officers were Randy Sheets, president; Richard Reynolds, vice-president; Lynda Cope, secretary; and Roger Green, treasurer. Mr. Roger Etzler is the group co-ordinator. On the following three pages are pictures of D. C. E. students and their employers. 121 Roger Green and Richard Bratton at Golden Auto Parts. Ronald Kelly and Jim Kinsey at Jim’s Standard Service Joe Albright and Jerry Houlton at Research Machine Tool Co. Randy Sheets and Willis Lockwood at Maxton ' s Paul Harmon with Jerry Houlton at Research Machine Tool Co. i James Pollard with Jim Shumm at A. and P. Mike Erwin with Mr. Barnes at the Steuben Printing Company Lynda Cope with Mr. Jack Tippy at Weatherhead Corp n with Mr. Webster at Moore Business Forms Richard Reynolds with Howard Beard at All-Metal Spinners Clark at Bassets Restaurant erson at Weatherhead Com il 5 I ' ‘ 1 SWK h M m --— - L_J | ' L eseSl L—» Diane Cuneo with Mrs. Decker at the General Telephone Com Dennis Petre with John Shipe at McIntyre Pontiac-Buick Com BUXCk ENGINEER APPROVED ACCESSORIES Rex Kelly and Darrel Wagner at Wagner Ford. Rick Romine with Roman Beer at Punctual Printing. Carolee Moore with Mr. Ray Alwood at Elmhurst Hospital. EXPLORATORY TEACHING Exploratory teaching is in its second year at An¬ gola High School. It is for those seniors who are in¬ terested in a teaching experience that they learn whether or not they would like to go into the teaching field. Mr. Roger Etzler is the advisor. For the first four weeks, the members are sub¬ jected to classroom participation, learning more about the younger student, and also relating their summer working experiences on how people react in different situations. Different aspects of colleges are also dis¬ cussed. During the last two weeks of their six weeks they observe various classes from kindergarten to the sixth grade. While observing, the students learn var¬ ious teaching techniques that the different teachers use. At the start of the second six-weeks, they are then sent out to the class they prefer for 12 weeks of daily participation with an experienced teacher. Periodically, they turn in the reports they have written of their daily experiences to Mr. Etzler. These reports are also read by the teacher under whom they are working. The program in which they are participating is in coordination with the F. T. A. club, sponsored by Mrs. Gladys Kile. This program continued throughout both semesters. Jean Wells helps a second grader. Jane Chard watches a fifth grader write her spelling words. 125 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA President .David Anspaugh Vice-president .Judy Clancy Treasurer .Marsha Swank Secretary .Susan Fulton Historian .Sharon Snidle Parliamentarian .Nancy Field The Future Teachers of America local chapter, led by Mrs. Kile, has dedicated itself to giving people op¬ portunities of learning more about the teaching field and their own abilities. This club helps members culti¬ vate respectful qualities as personality, character, and leadership. These are essential for a good teacher. This year the F. T. A. Club has worked on many different projects. In the fall a large group went to the area conference at Elkhart. A group of members help¬ ed at the Open House. Another group helped at Col¬ lege Night and at Career night. Toward the end of the first semester the whole group sold toothbrushes as a money-making project. We also had several active members in the Ex¬ ploratory Teaching group. They were David Anspaugh, Kay McFadden, Jan Morley, Marilyn Wild, and Nancy Field during the first semester. Those in the group the second semester were Lee Fisher, George Shepard, Tom Chaudoin, Linda Sunday, Jean Wells, Terri Cot- ner, Susan Austin, Marianne Zintsmaster, and Jane Chard. 126 The purpose of the Girls Athletic Association is to improve sportsmanship, cooperation, and friendship among the girls through participation in the various sports. This year the club sponsored a G. A. A. campout in the gym on September 23. The association played host to Prarie Heights and Auburn for a Play Day on January 21. Members of the G. A. A. pose for the camera. Other sports in which the G. A. A. participated included dodgeball, basketball, softball, soccer, and gymnastics. The officers during the past year were: Joyce Rockwell, president; Jan Morley, vice-president; Marty Fulton, secretary; and Wendy McBride, treasurer. Mrs. Grabill was the faculty advisor. GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Hl-Y The Angola Hi-Y, a branch of the Young Mens Christian Association, was formed in 1921. Its purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. It is affiliated with the state and national Y.M.C.A. There are 91 members in the club this year. Mayor John McBride was the guest speaker at the candlelight induction, held at Hendry Park School this year. Other speakers during this year were Rev. Ben. E. Antle, Mrs. Earl Sharrow, Mrs. Koch, and Mr. Fred Stevens. The club this year participated in the Youth and Government Program for the third time. Ten members, along with Mr. Wearly, attended the Pre-legislative Assembly at Manchester College on January 24. Kim Tubergen was a candidate for nominee for governor, Officers of the Hi-Y are Kim Tubergen, president; Richard Call, vice-president; David Putman, secretary; Bill Guthier, treasurer; Dennis Bumgarner, chaplain; and Don Hosack, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Wearly and Mr. Servis are the sponsors. and Bill Bryan and Jim Hornbacker were the voting delegates. Kim also acted as chairman of a standing Committee for the model legislature. The purpose of the model legislature is to provide young men and wo¬ men with the opportunity to better understand the moral and political leadership desired by our Ameri¬ can democratic process. Each club presented a bill in some field such as transportation, education and rec- Mayor John McBride gives the candlelight in¬ duction message. 128 reation, conservation, agriculture, public health and safety, and labor and economic development. One of the highlights of the Hi-Y ' s activities was the Christmas Prom—“Awinhalapich " (A Winter Hol¬ iday in an Alpine Chalet). It was held on December 17 in the high school gym. A false ceiling was put up and a fireplace was built in the corner. The gym was made to represent a ski lodge. Kim Tubergen was crowned king of the prom. Another project was the candy sales for the W.M.C.A. World Service. World Service is a joint program of the Y.M.C.A. of the United States and Canada to cooperate with the Y movement in other countries. The purpose is to help launch new Y.M.C.A.s, cooperate with men ' s basic needs for health, educa¬ tion, social and economic welfare and spiritual grow¬ th. World Service started in 1889 and is now in its 69th year. The World Service Committee was under the chairmanship of Larry Wyatt, and the committee chose to sell candy from the Gold Leaf Corporation to earn money for both World Service and club ex¬ penses. The boys picked up Christmas trees in Angola for the Lutheran Church ' s annual “Burning of the Greens’’ ceremony ten days after Christmas as a community service project. David Putman, secretary of the Hi-Y, pins the new group of mem¬ bers. Mr. Servis receives his Hi-Y leadership pin from Mayor John McBride. Mr. Wearly and Kim Tubergen watch the procedure. The officers this year were: Kim Tubergen, presi¬ dent; Richard Call, vice-president; David Putman, secretary; Bill Guthier, treasurer; Dennis Bumgarner, chaplain; and Don Hosack, sergeant-at-arms. Greg Sharrow was the program chairman. All officers attended the Summer Training camp at Camp Tecumseh, Delphi, Indiana. The purpose of the summer camp was to acquaint officers with their duties. David Putman was elected as third District Re¬ presentative at the Summer Training Camp. Dave was appointed by the state to represent the state Hi-Y at the March of Dimes program in Indianapolis this fall. This year the program ' s main concern is “birth de¬ fects.” David Putman attended the Youth Power Con¬ ference on March 3-5. The topic, food, was discussed. The conference was sponsored by the Farm Bureau and various food companies. Those who attended listened to speakers and visited different food com¬ panies to better understand the food process from producer to consumer. Some of the officers of the Hi-Y are caught by the photographer. These are Bill Guthier, Don Hosack, and Kim Tubergen. Don Hosack and Linda Sunday and other couples are enjoying themselves at the prom. 130 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council offers an opportunity for the student body to help govern themselves through repre¬ sentation. This is achieved through the cooperation of the faculty and the students. Student Council Offi cers and Advisor Student Council. This year, Jim Hornbacker held this position. Other officers for the Student Council were Greg Sharrow, vice-president; and Mary Hammel, secretary-treasurer. Membership in the organization consists of four representatives from each high school grade and two representatives from each of the junior high grades. This year ' s members were seniors — Cheryl Ralston, Marilyn Wild, Kim Tubergen, Bill Wellman; juniors— Marty Fulton, Wendy McBride, Rick Call, Greg Shar¬ row; sophomores—Cheryl Fee, Jean Haynes, Joe Bar¬ ger, Jim Graham; freshmen—Marcia Cummings, Mary Hammel, Jim Holse, Lance Zimmer; eighth grade— Sandy Day, Dave Rowe; seventh grade — Gail Bum¬ garner and Dave Romine. The paperback book sales in the upper hall were continued this year by the group. The “Fall Festival ' was sponsored by the Student Council again this year. An Olympic day was featured, which was a new event, with the purpose of raising the weekend spirits. A foreign exchange student program was under¬ taken by the Council this year. To help raise money for this program a Sadie Hawkins dance was sponsor¬ ed. The student body elects its president each year to represent all students. He also acts as president of the Mr. Arney was the faculty advisor of the Student Council this year. Student Council Members 131 JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Co-con suls . .Penny Malston Ralph Hall Scribe . .Gay Knecht Quaestor . .George Gilbert Song Leader . .Ann Richardson Sgt.-at-arms . .Keith Mortorff Sponsor . .Mr. Thompson The J. C. L. club was organized in 1953 by Miss Reed. Since that time the club had grown to 130 mem¬ bers then declined to the present 30 members. The purpose of the organization is to promote in¬ terest in the classics and in Latin. This year a Roman banquet was held. The follow¬ ing people had charge of the evening; Cheryl Ralston, time and place; John Hammel, food; Lee Fisher, enter¬ tainment; boys in Latin II, cleanup. After the banquet a slave auction was held and games were played. The J. C. L. float entered in the homecoming pa¬ rade this year was Little Red Riding Hood in a Roman chariot. Penny Malston ' s sister rode in the float as Little Red Riding Hood. The float was made by David Put¬ man, Penny Malston, Debbie Maugherman, Keith Huff¬ man, Robert Wilson, Sherry Sunday, Mike Brubaker, Pat Alwood, Lynette Walters, and Ann Richardson. Little Red Riding Hood riding in a Roman chariot in the homecoming parade. 132 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society consists of juniors and seniors chosen from the upper third of their classes and maintaining a B average. The faculty voted on the students on the basis of character, lead¬ ership, and service. Some of the seniors were selected last year. This year, five more were selected. Seniors selected in the junior year were Jack Croxton, Charlotte Easterday, Sandra Eggleston, John Hammel, Don Hosack, Jan Morley, Judy Mortorff, Dennis Putman, Cheryl Ral¬ ston, Virginia Shoup, Jean Van Aman, Linda Wang, Bill Wellman, and Jean Wells. Seniors named this year were Terry Coggeshall, William Nix, Larry Ver- gon, David Anspaugh, and Donald Harter. Members selected from this year’s junior class are Mary Orlosky, Connie Barnum, Dennis Rausch, Greg Sharrow, Michael Thomas, Carol Ferris, Ralph Hall, Ellen Eberhardt, Dorsey Ketzenberger, Dale Smothers, Judith Miller, Peggy Alleshouse, and Rich¬ ard Call. New members received a formal initiation into the National Honor Society in March. Officers elected for this year were Bill Wellman, president; Sandra Eggleston, vice-president; and Lin¬ da Wang, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Fleming is the faculty advisor of the Na¬ tional Honor Society. Officers and Sponsor NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY Angola High School Thespian Society was organized in 1952. Now in its fifteenth year, troupe 1264 is still active and is one of the largest clubs in the high school. The society was estab¬ lished to advance and promote dramatic arts in the secondary schools. Thespian members are students who have acquired a certain number of points by working on various club projects and play productions. The Thespian officers were pres¬ ident, Tom Chaudoin; vice-president, Pat Bryan; secretary, Carol Chokey; treasurer, Linda Sun¬ day; and sergeant-at-arms, Kim Tubergen. The new sponsors this year were Miss Mary Wilson assisted by Miss Shirley Gartrell. The first project done by the Thespians this year was the float for the fall festival. The club received an honorable mention for the float, which displayed the story of ' Hansel and Gret- el. " The first play production was presented on February 1 and 2. There were two one-act plays, " Minor Miracle, ' ’ and " Egad, What a Cad.” Miss Gartrell directed both plays, assisted by Mrs. Chokey. “MINOR MIRACLE” " Minor Miracle " was a one-act drama that had a small cast of four shipwrecked men. The entire action of the play took place on a life raft drifting in a coastal lagoon. Jordan, the practical one, had hope and managed to keep the crew from going to pieces. Hale, the weak one, lacked the pa¬ tience and bravery that was needed during the tense days of drifting in the becalmed sea. Maclaine, the cynical one, tried to hide his fear but finally broke down. The fourth man was Laslos, the burly one, who held a gun in his hand. Their only hope for survival was a seagull that flew over the raft. In a tense moment of fear Laslos shot the gun, but missed. As the curtains closed, the raft was slowly, but surely drifting into the shore. The cast included Jordan, Jack Croxton; Maclaine, Gil¬ bert Rogers; Hale, George Gilbert; and Laslos, Tom Chau¬ doin. “EGAD, WHAT A CAD” Egad, What a Cad was a one-act melodrama. The comical play concerned a middle-aged couple and their son. Excitement began when the villain, Bertram, arrived. He poisoned the father, a successful business man, and came close to destroying a budding romance between Manly, the sheltered son, and Constant Hope, the father ' s beautiful young nurse. But all lived happily ever after when the villain Tom Chaudoin, Gill Rogers, Jack Croxton, and George Gilbert, lost in a life raft, show consternation as Tom tries to shoot a seagull. was taken off to jail and Man¬ ly very heroically denounced the villain and exclaimed, ‘Egad, What a Cad.’’ The roles were taken by Mike Parrish, Manly; Terri Cot- ner, Constant Hope; Peg Al- leshouse, Ursula; Jim Thirkel, Augustus; Greg Sharrow, Ber¬ tram Oleander; and Jan Mor- ley, Milly Smith. “THE GREAT BIG DOORSTEP " In March the Thespians presented the three-act play, “The Great Big Doorstep.” The cast consisted of Mrs. Crochet, Ronda Nichols; Commodore, Tom Chau¬ doin; Evvie, Margie Burger; Topal, Jean Van Aman; Elna, Marie Yoder; Fleece, Cynthia Cope; Tobin, Glenn Snidle; Arthur, Gil Rogers; Dewey, Tim Thirkell; Mrs. Dupre, Linda Clancy; Mrs. Crochet, Wendy McBride; and Tayo, Steve French. When a doorstep floated down the Mississippi River to the rented property of the Crochet family, Mrs. Crochet hoped that the doorstep would be the begin¬ ning of a new home that her family was badly in need of. Her seventeen year old daughter, Topal, was tired of living in a tumbledown shack.-Her husband, whom she called Commodore, was constantly upset about several dogs belonging to their son, Arthur. Because of the many problems she had, Mrs. Crochet was afraid of her family breaking up. Just when everything was looking the darkest the Crochets heard that a home was being sold for only sixty dollars, but they didn t even have a mere sixty dollars. Mr. Tobin, who was charmed by Topal, offered to lend the money to the happy but poor family. Un¬ fortunately he was injured by one of Topal s former boyfriends and was unable to give his assistance. Then as their last hope, the Commodore ' s brother, Dewey, gave the family a check for $100 — but they found out the check was no good. (pictured left) Greg Sharrow over¬ whelms Terri Cotner in the play " Egad, What a Cad. " (pictured right) Jan Morley cap¬ tures the villian, Greg Sharrow in the one-act play " Egad, What a Cad. " Terri Cotner, Peg Alleshouse, Mike Parrish, and Nancy Zabstare quite surprised. 135 y ANGOLA The Pep Club, organized by Mrs. Grabill a few years ago, has been very active this year. The club not only yelled at home games but also traveled to the away games. Highlights of the Pep Club season was a card show put on by the club at the Auburn game on De¬ cember 21. Members of the club were given cards and formed Hi’, “V " , a basketball shoe, a reindeer’s head, a candy cane, and the word “Xmas” for the final stunt. Once again this year, the pep brick was used. At each home game, the name of the class yelling the loudest was printed on the brick. At each home game, the one individual yelling the loudest and cooperating the best was awarded the title of “Miss School Spirit. " She was given the privilege of carrying the trophy until the next home game. For each home game the Pep Club made a hoop for the Varsity and B team members to run through. These hoops were made by the different classes and the class that made them got to hold them for the boys to run through. Different designs were created by the classes. Another feature this year, was the “marching in of over 250 Pep Club girls. The girls lined up in the halls and marched in to their seats while the Pep Band played The Saints Come Marching In. ’ Mrs. Grabill is to be congratulated for the fine showing of the Pep Club this year and for her fine or¬ ganization of the club. 136 OFFICERS President .Cheryl Ralston Vice-president .Janice Chard Secretary .Michelle Franze Treasurer .Jan Morley Sponsor .Mrs. Grabill PEP CLUB PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Members: Back Row-. Terry Coggeshall, Jerry Putt, and Larry Vergon. Front Row: Wynn Hensel, Richard Wilkie, Brad Hale, and Mr. Wearly, sponsor. The Photography Club has furnished a great num¬ ber of pictures for the HORNET and the KEY. Mr. Wearly, the sponsor, has tried to work in closer cooperation with the club this year and to im¬ prove the quality of work being produced. Failure of the electronic flash equipment this year has caused the club great worry and great expense in buying flash bulbs to take the place of the unit. Equipment owned by the club includes an enlarger, a dryer, and a 35mm Pantex camera with an electronic flash. This is the first year that Mr. Wearly has been sponsor of the club. THE HORNET (Pictured above) Elsie Gordon and Ronda Nichols are busily selling the HORNET. (Pictured below) Jim Andrews, business man¬ ager; Ronda Nichols, asst, business manager; Jean Van Aman, editor; Miss Shultz, advisor; and Tom Chaudoin, associate editor. The HORNET, the school’s monthly journalism newspaper, is published by the journalism class of Angola High School. Besides writing news and fea¬ ture stories, the class gains experience in advertis¬ ing, editing, and the elements of reporting. For the third year the HORNET was printed professionally. It has reached a circulation of about 600, and is sold in several uptown locations. The paper is distributed to the advertisers and exchang¬ ed with various schools around this area. This year the |ournalism class elected the edi¬ tor, associate editor, business manager, and asso¬ ciate business manager each semester. Miss Shultz has been the advisor of the paper for several years. THE STAFF Editors.Jean Van Aman, Chris Brown. Associate Editors.Tom Chaudoin, Jon Carson. Business Managers.Jim Andrews, Glenn Snidle. Assistant Business Mgrs.Ronda Nichols, Bob Moore. Exchanges.Terri Jo Cotner. Sports.Bob Van Auken, Mike Myers, Jeff Andrews, Bob Moore, and Steve Allen. News Writers.Jon Carson, Janice Chard, Elsie Gordon, Lynn Hilton, Jerry Hubart, Dick Moser, Glenn Snidle, Chris Brown, Cindy Ballard, Danna Sanders, Ron West, Jean Van Aman, Marilyn Wild, Connie Willig, Larry Wyatt, and Gilbert Rogers. Feature Writers . . . .Tom Chaudoin, Danny Reese, Bob Van Auken, Ronda Nichols, Nancy Field, Margie Burger, and Terri Jo Cotner. Artists.Randy Sheets, Carol Ferris, Marie Yoder, Shirley Reichard, Gilbert Rogers, and Mike Parrish. Typists.Pat Wyatt, Karen Schindler, and Phyllis Mann. The KEY staff committee heads: Editor-in-chief. Associate editor. Layout editor. Senior pictures. Classes. Organizations. Advertising. Art. Girls’ athletics. .Jack Croxton Typists.Sandy Eggleston Tom Chaudoin Boys’ sports.Bill Wellman .. Nancy Field Photography.Brad Hale .Cheryl Flegal Business manager.Nick Nix . . .Jon Carson Features.Jean VanAman Cheryl Ralston Dramatics.Ginny Shoup . . .Jan Morley Snapshots.Lee Fisher ..Lynda Cope Cover design.Carol Chokey Ronda Nichols Music.Jean Stevens Editor Jack Croxton and business manager Nick Nix are busily proofreading final copy. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club has now completed its fourth year as an organization of Angola High School. Its main activity this year was raising money and plan¬ ning for the annual " Fiesta " , which is usually given sometime in the early spring. The theme of this year ' s fiesta was that of a Spanish nightclub—complete with banquet, stage show, and dance. This was also the first time that the fiesta was held in the high school gymnasium. Another memorable event of the Spanish Club was the initiation of the new members. The stunts for this year ' s initiation were quite unique not to mention " messy " ), but all in all it was an evening enjoyed by both old and new members. In the fall of the year, the Spanish Club won a first prize for having the most original float in the Homecoming Parade. This was the second time for the club to have won such an honor. The entry featured a huge, animated, fire-breathing dragon and a knight in shining armor. The motto of the float was " Our Spirit isn ' t Dragon. " The float also had the privilege of being entered in the Tri-State College Homecoming Parade, in which it received no placing. Officers this year were Bill Bryan, president; Peg Alleshouse, vice-president; Wendy McBride, secretary; and Jo Stevens, treasurer; John Anderson was the fi¬ esta chairman. Senor Prosser is the sponsor of the club. _ Officers of the Spanish Club Fiesta chairman and his committee ART ASSISTANTS Bob Moore, Mike Parrish, Mr. Immel, instructor, Shirley Reichard, Jeff Andrews, and Linda Brown. I0NISM EXPRESSIONISM REALISM SURREALISM NON-OBifaiVISM Glen Snidle, Rex Kelly, James Thirkell, Mike Zuber, Mrs. Houlton, audio-visual director, Jerry Duguid, and Gil Rogers. FRENCH ASSISTANT Donna Richards and Mrs. Owens. SPANISH ASSISTANT Donna Richards and Mr. Prosser. GUIDANCE ASSISTANT Sue Austin, Mr. Fleming, and Mr. Schock. 143 GIRLS ' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Nancy Zabst, Jan Morley, Ginny Shoup, Linda Linn, Joyce Rockwell, Rita Rowe, Karen Schindler, and Mrs. Grabill, instructor. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Back Row: Mrs. Houlton, librarian, Diane Lanman, Gil Rogers, Candance Converse, and Linda Shoemaker. Front Row: Donita Good, Marsha Swank, Judy Counterman, Beverly Maier, and Paula Burris. I l|cjk A m W im3FWI MUSIC ASSISTANTS Carol Ferris, Bill Bryan, Bill Guthier, Linda Sun¬ day, Wendy McBride, and Jean Wells. HOME ECONOMICS ASSISTANTS Mrs. Buse, instructor, Carolee Moore, Charo- lette Easterday, Cindy Landis, Linda Thobe, Verna Waite, Linda Zimmer, and Mrs. Tren- nepohl, instructor. SCIENCE ASSISTANTS Mr. Rodman, instructor, Paul Grieser, Mr. Arney, instructor, and Sandy Eggleston. 145 BOYS’ PHYSICAL ASSISTANTS Back Row-. Steve French, Mr. Wells, instructor, Brad Hill, and Jerry Duguid. Front Row: Randy Sheets, Mike Hull, Don Wenzel, and Wayne Spallinger. HEALTH ASSISTANTS Judy Mortorff, Kathy West, Becky Hanson, Donna Richards, Virginia Meston, Cindy Landis, and Mrs. Riccono, school nurse. 146 MECHANICAL DRAWING ASSISTANTS Mr. Wearly, instructor, Nick Nix, Rick Gowthrop, and Lee Armey. !! tltllUkt 1 ,IWlW mi Ilf mmk METAL AND WOOD SHOP ASSISTANTS Roger Green, Mr. Berry, instructor, Jack Burrell, Danny Clark, Ted Pollard, Jim Shire, and Mr. Heier, instructor. 147 Y-TEENS The purpose of the Y-Teen organization is to pro¬ mote good will and Christian living in young girls. Y- Teens is a worldwide organization affiliated with the YMCA. There are Y-Teen clubs in 75 countries and in practically every city in the United States. This was a very active year for the Y-Teens. The Pa-Ma-Me Banquet, Christmas Candlelight Service, Se¬ nior Swingout, installation of officers, Mid-winter In¬ stitute, and cookie making were some of the events enjoyed by the Y-Teens this year. The Y-Teens gave much of their time to service projects. At Halloween the club worked for UNICEF. Around Christmas time, the Y-Teens gathered 82 sacks of clothing for the underprivileged people of the south¬ ern Allegheny mountain section. Lee Fisher served as president; Joyce Rockwell, vice-president; Linda Sunday, secretary; Jane Chard, treasurer. Committee chairmen were Cheryl Ralston, program; Peg Alleshouse, assistant program; Ginny Shoup, social; Connie Barnum, service; Judy Mortorff, publicity; Mary Ann Orlosky, finance; Michelle Franze, scrapbook; Jean Stevens, pianist; Sue Fulton, song lead¬ er; and Jean Wells, chaplain. Mrs. Boyer and Mrs. Thalls served as advisors. (Pictured above) Officers of Y-Teens were Joyce Rockwell, Janice Chard, Lee Fisher, and Linda Sunday. Mrs. Boyer and Mrs. Thalls were sponsors. (Pictured below) Cabinet members were Connie Barnum, Peg Alleshouse, Jean Wells, Jean Stevens, Mi¬ chelle Franze, Sue Fulton, Judy Mortorff, Ginny Shoup, Cheryl Ralston, Jane Chard, Lee Fisher, Joyce Rockwell, and Linda Sun¬ day. Mrs. Boyer and Mrs. Thalls were spon¬ sors. 1 f % 1 m f 148 The Y-Teens made the headless horseman for the homecoming parade. Jean Stevens and Diane Lanman work on the Y-Teen Christ¬ mas cookies. Marsha Swank places a decoration, handed to her by Jean Wells, on the Christmas tree. Ginny Shoup, Jan Morley, Mar¬ ilyn Wyatt, and Nancy Zabst help decorate the tree. World fellowship day is celebrated by the Y-Teens. Charlotte Easterday represented Sweden; Marsha Swank, Netherlands; Jean Thomas, Mexico; Jan Morley, India; Kay McFadden, Japan; Becky Richmond, Egypt; Theresa Howard, France; and Penny Malston, Columbia. Top Row: Larry Banta, Steve Thalls, Scott White, Jim Goudy, Don Hosack, Jim Sandidge, and Jon Carson. Second Row: Clark Holtzman, Gary Ransburg, Greg Sharrow, Richard Call, John Hammel, Bill Wellman, and Richard Bruner. Third Row: Pam Friskney, Marty Fulton, Wendy Tressler, Ann Richardson, Linda Sunday, Rebecca Richmond, Phyllis Mann, Ginny Shoup, and Linda Clancy. Bottom Row: Michelle Franze, Sybil Steiner, Linda Mortorff, Cheryl Ralston, Lee Fisher, Nancy Field, Susan Austin, Shirley Williams, Sandra Sheffer, and Peg Alleshouse. The Angola High School Choir presented a Christ¬ mas concert as its first performance this year. The theme of the program was " A Child Is Born. " Once again Miss Seybold s choice of selections and settings was excellent. Both she and the choir are to be con¬ gratulated on the fine performance rendered to a large audience. In March the choir presented a concert in conjunc¬ tion with the band. The Spring concert was presented in May. HIGH SCHOOL The accompanists for the choir this year were El¬ len Eberhardt and Jean Stevens. Jean is a senior and Ellen is a junior. They are to be congratulated for their fine perfo rmances this year. The ch oir entered the District Music Contest in April and placed high in the contest. Graduating seniors will be missed by the whole choir next year. Some of their places will be exceeding¬ ly hard to fill. 150 Top Row: Eric Melby, Bob Brady, Jim Parsell, Bruce Bryan, George Gilbert, Bill Bryan, Bill Guthier, and Rick Yarian. Sec¬ ond Row: Jerry Duguid, Randy Ritter, Joe Barger, Richard Wil¬ kie, Doug Good, Alan Bal, Joe Meek, Keith Mortorff, and Jeff Oberlin. Third Row: Jean Haynes, Wendy McBride, Nancy Neuenschwander, Carol Chokey, Sarah Goodwin, Connie Bar- num, Sue Fulton, Carol Ferris, and Jan Morley. Bottom Row-. Margie Burger, Gay Knect, Geri Sanders, Debbie Hemrick, Cher- alyn Fee, Dale Krantz, Jean Wells, and Judy Gebhart. Accom¬ panists are Ellen Eberhardt and Jean Stevens. Miss Nancy Siebold, Choir Director CHOIR I i CONCERT The Concert Band, made up of juniors, sen¬ iors, and a few sophomores, presented its Fall Concert in honor of Miss Sylvia Butler, Indiana ' s Sesquicentennial Queen. Miss Butler made an ap¬ pearance during the evening and, after receiving a corsage of roses from the band, took her old place in the French horn section and played with the band. The Concert Band presented a Christmas Con- Miss Butler receives a corsage of roses from the band. Margaret Burger has the honor of pinning it on. II BACK ROW: Larry McCutchan, Jim Sandidge, Bob Brady, Dick Waymire, Sybil Steiner, Dave Bird, Tom Ringle, John Elliott, Scott White, Greg Sharrow, Mr. Nichols, Don Hosack, Buzz Penix, Jim Goudy, and Clark Williams. SECOND ROW: Jean Van Aman, Dale Smothers, Jeff Oberlin, Carolyn Hutchins, Ronda Nichols, Charles Easterday, Richard Hedglin, Miss Sylvia Butler, Ellen Eberhart, Dennis Putman, Phyllis Mann, Cheri Fee, and Mindy Spurgeon. THIRD ROW: Larry Banta, Joe Barger, Peg Alleshouse, Marilyn Wild, Judy Miller, Debbie Sommerville, Jeanie Haynes, Carol Hancock, Lynn Sack, and Carol Chokey. FRONT ROW: Jean Wells, Linda Sunday, Connie Barnum, Jan Morley, Ginny.Shoup, and Richard Wilkie. Miss Butler graciously signs autographs for several of the younger people present. BACK ROW: Keith Myers, Bill Wellman, Jeff Wolf, Mr. Boyd, Jo Stevens, Jerry Duguid, Margie Burger, Gary Ransburg, Bruce Bryan, Kim Tubergen, Allen Bal, Bob Chapman, and George Clark. SECOND ROW: Connie Pardue, Barbara Gates, Cheryl Ralston, Judy Gebhart, Sandy Sheffer, Sara Goodwin, Terri Cot- ner, Tony De Rosa, Bill Disbro, Bill Bryan, John Meek, Mike Thomas, and George Gilbert. THIRD ROW: Tammy Bledsoe, Nancy Neuenschwander, Susan Fulton, Doug Good, Erik Mel- by, Richard Bruner, Cheryl Somerlott, Judy Waltmier, Scott Cowell, and Jim Graham. FRONT ROW. Wendy Tressler, Sally Jo Putt, Gay Knecht, Elsie Gordon, Jackie Areaux, and Wendy McBride. BAND cert to the high school, playing old-time Christ¬ mas favorites. This was the beginning of the Christ¬ mas vacaton. The Spring Concert was held in conjunction with the Choir. This concert was another success. Mr. Nichols, director of the Concert Band, is to be congratulated for the band ' s fine perfor¬ mances during the year. THE PEP BAND Back Row-. Jim Cook, Doug Franze, Chris Randolph, Bill Lewis, Doug Zuber, Ronm Barlet, Ted Alleshouse, Pat Jarrard, John Day, and Mr. Rodney Boyd, Director. Second Row: Cindy Richmond, Terry Butz, Patsy Dailey, Mary Hammel, Diane Shoemaker, Mike Bratton, Can- dance Converse, Jerry Putt, Patty Fulton, Chuck Thomas, John Thompson, Tom Nedele, Rog¬ er Eberhart, Janet Silberg, Steve Bruner, Debbie Clark, Colleen Patterson, and Cathy Munn. The Pep Band, composed of members from the other bands, played at all pep sessions and all home games. The members practiced during homeroom on Fridays. The playing of the Pep Band added greatly to the enthusiasm of the Pep Club in marching in to the tune of “The Saints Come Marching In. " Mr. Nichols is the director of the band. Back Row: Mr. Nichols, Bill Wellman, Pat Jarrard, Jeff Wolf, and John Day. Second Row: Greg Sharrow, Tom Ringle, John Elliott, George Clark, John Meek, Mike Thomas, George Gilbert, and Bill Bryan. Third Row: Terry Boots, Larry Banta, Scott Cowell, Doug Good, Mary Hammel, Jerry Duguid, Kim Tubergen, Bruce Bryan, Ronda Nichols, Colleen Patterson, Charles Easterday, John Thompson, and Roger Eberhart. Front Row: Jean Wells, Connie Barnum, Mindy Spurgeon, Dennis Putman, Charles Thomas, Larry McCutchen, Dale Smothers, and Jeff Oberlin. Third Row: Cindy Brown, Toni Eff, Priscilla Porter, Mindy Dygert, Barbara Carr, Debbie Fifer, Sharon Chrysler, Pat Waggoner, Jean Hartman, Debbie Sell, Chriss Wild, and Diane Fee. Front Row: Jana Mansfield, Sara Beer, Pat Myer, Dorothy Pilliod, Pam Jackson, and Ann Wearly. VARSITY BAND The Varsity Band, composed of freshmen and a few sophomores, made its first appearance in the homecoming parade last fall. The band played several numbers in the band concert held last fall and the one held this spring. Quite a number of the members of the band pined the Pep Club Band. Besides enjoying it, they gained valuable experience. Several members of the band entered the district music contest this spring. Some played solos, others joined separate groups and formed ensembles. All received high ratings. Mr. Rodney Boyd, who came here in the latter part of last year, is the director of the Varsity Band. He is to be congratulated for the fine job he has done. ANGOLA HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND TWIRLERS Back Row: Percussion, Patricia Orlosky; Trombones, Patty Ful¬ ton, Margaret Nichols; French Horn, Ellen Eberhardt; String Bass, Todd Bledsoe; and Conductor, Rodney Boyd. Second Row: Violins, Jackie Areaux, Nancy Sheffer, Kathy Rose, Lucinda Crain, Dawn Scott; Flutes, Pat Meyer, Dorothy Pillod, Pam Jack¬ son; and Cellos, Sue Boardman, Jeff Duguid. Front Row: Vio¬ lins, Sandy Sheffer, Cheryl Randolph, Ann Birchman; Violas, Bill Westenhaver, Janet Wall; and Cellos, Doug Deller, Debbie Good, (not pictured) Anne Wearly, Dennis Putman, and Jean Wells. SCHOOL ORCHESTRA The School Orchestra is purely an extra-curricular activity as it practices after school each week on Tues¬ day and Thursday. The orchestra was hit hard by grad¬ uation last year as several of its members were seniors. This loss was felt keenly by the rest of the orchestra. In April, the orchestra entered the state contest for orchestras. Mr. Rodney Boyd, the director, has worked quite faithfully with the group. Since it is a young group, much should be heard from it in the future. THIS GROUP IS WITHOUT A NAME A popular singing group has sprung forth this year. This group, who as yet is unnamed, is composed of Gary Ransburg, Steve Thai Is, Debbie Hemrick, Cher- alyn Fee, Bob Brady, and Bruce Bryan. They have entertained quite a few groups this year. They sang at the Christmas musical, a teachers ' party, a J. C. L. meeting, a Home Economics Club meeting, a Y-Teen meeting, and other places. The guitars are played by Larry Ransburg and Bruce Bryan. Bob Brady takes charge of the bass, and Steve Thai Is keeps the music lively with the tambou¬ rine. The two girls, Debbie Hemrick and Cheralyn Fee, keep the vocals going. The people in this group cannot think of a suit¬ able name for themselves. Maybe, it might be well if different individuals would suggest a name for this group. They can ' t continue to go ‘playing around without a name. Much more will be heard from this group in the future. GIRLS’ TRIO This group is composed of Carol Ferris, Phyllis Mann, and Jan Morley. Carol is a junior and the other two are seniors. HORN QUARTET Cheralyn Fee, Mindy Spurgeon, Dennis Putman, and Ellen Eberhart make up this quartet. c : F r 1 i 0 : m 0 J JT 159 WOODWIND TRIO The woodwind trio, com¬ posed of Jackie Areaux, Linda Sunday, and Ginny Shoup, is an unusual com¬ bination of instruments. TROMBONE QUARTET Bill Desbro, George Clark, Mike Thomas, and George Gilbert make up this group. 160 CLARINET QUARTET i I 1 y y i y y This music group was com¬ posed of Jean Wells, Lin¬ da Sunday, Connie Bar- num, and Jan Morley. CLARINET TRIO The clarinet trio, although composed of younger members of the band, still has shown outstanding ability. The members were Joe Barger, Jim Gra¬ ham, and Larry Banta. fir k 1 rL 4 F ' ■1 161 LETTERMANS CLUB This was the first year for the varsity Lettermans Club. To be eligible, a boy must earn at least one var¬ sity award. The Lettermans Club sponsored three sports ban¬ quets this year—these being held at the end of the fall, winter, and spring sport season. Athletes who had participated in sports during the particular season were honored for their achievements at these ban¬ quets. Outstanding speakers were brought in for these special events. The Lettermans Club was in charge of the conces- Aces by the score of 69 to 49. sion stand at the football games this last season. The club sponsored a basketball game between the Angola faculty ‘Ferns’ and the WOWO “Aces of the Air. This turned out to be a huge success as the two teams played before a near capacity crowd at the Angola gymnasium, with the faculty beating the Officers of the club this year were John Hammel, president; Bill Bryan, vice-president; Bill Wellman, secretary; Don Hosack, treasurer; and Tom Wenzel, sergeant-at-arms. The sponsors of the organization were Mr. Thalls and Mr. Sirk. WOWO " Aces of the Air " are trying to find out how to stop the faculty " Ferns. " WOWO- FACULTY GAME Mr. Haughey is receiving a low pass while Mr. Cigna is not " where the action is.’’ Mr. Prosser steals the ball while Mr. Dygert and Mr. Schock start down court. Mr. Tom Berry leads the bal¬ let in this action scene. Mr. Stevens of WOWO gets into the dance followed by Mr. Do¬ ha and Mr. Wells. Mr. Sirk seems to be having a little trouble with Mr. Albright of WOWO. Football Games. Track meets. Baseball games. Cross-country meets. Golf matches. Wrestling meets. Gymnastic meets. Basketball Games. These are our competitive sports. SPORTS VARSITY FOOTBALL Coach Bill Doha’s Hornets compiled a two won, five lost, and one tie record for the 1966 season. It was a frustrating year for a talented bunch of Hornets. Fumbles and injuries kept the team from achieving its full potential. The team got off to a great start in the traditional Jamboree by scoring 7 points against Bluffton in the third quarter. The team got to the one yard line against the Railroaders but could not punch the ball into pay¬ dirt. Bluffton and Garrett won the game 17-7, but all of their points were scored against East Noble. Columbia City invaded Angola for the season’s opener and defeated the Hornets 26-0. The Confer¬ ence Champs to-be simply had too much depth and j strength. i Angola then traveled to Auburn only to have a 20-6 I oss pinned on them. Injuries to key personnel hampered the Hornets in this closely fought game. The Lakers of Lakeland dealt Angola a 13-6 set¬ back on the Hornet s field. Angola couldn t get going in the first half and gave away two touchdowns that made the difference. Angola next took on the Garrett Railroaders. The always tough Garrett bunch squeaked out a 17-14 vic¬ tory. The margin being decided by a first-half field goal. The gridders next journeyed to Bluffton and were edged out by a last minute touchdown by the Tigers 20-14. The first taste of victory for the Hornets came at Eastside. The Hornets stung the veteran Blazers 20-12. The staunch Angola defense gave up only one first down during the entire game. Angola kept its unbeaten Homecoming record by playing East Noble to a 21-21 deadlock. Angola lost five fumbles in this, the last home game for the seniors. In the f inal game of the season Angola soundly drubbed the Yellow Jackets of Decatur 32-7. A strong defense and stronger offense made this victory possible. Coaches Doba, Prosser, and Sirk and the twelve seniors on the team will remember this season as the one in which the breaks did not fall the Hornet’s way. Bill Bryan carries the ball for many yards. Top Row: Jeff Wolf, Ed Bickel, Ron Sanders, Bruce Bryan, Steve Thai Is, Mike Brubaker, Bill Disbro, Keith Huffman, and Buzzy Penix. Second Row: Dorsey Ketzenberger, Dennis Bumgarner, Brad Hill, Greg Sassman, Pete Gammiere, Jim Shire, Rick Bruner, John Anderson, Roger Harvey, Jerry Schlosser, Steve Brubaker, and Gil Rogers. Bottom Row: Bill Bryan, Dave Anspaugh, John Hammel, Don Harter, Jerry Hubart, Jack Ormiston, Bill Wellman, Tom Wenzel, Jim Hornbacker, Rick Yarian, Glen Patterson, and Don Hosack. SENIORS Bill Wellman, Tackle and End Don Hosack, End John Ormiston, Fullback John Hammel, Quarterback Gil Rogers, Guard Rick Yarian, Flankerback » Glen Patterson, Tackle 168 FOOTBALL PLAYERS ksi; 7i xi, • jeJfe to . £ -»J oa Tom Wenzel, Halfback ■ , a i. - .:. , .; ' - e¥ " - • W« . acrs ’ v« - J ..V s • ■ Bill Bryan, Fullback David Anspaugh, Guard § • % , 1 ; :’• ' »•:, • VjSJ « » Don Harter, Tackle Jerry Hubart, Guard 169 VARSITY STATISTICS Rushing: Carries Yards Gained Average T.D.’s Bill Bryan 141 658 4.67 9 Tom Wenzel 107 514 4.80 2 John Hammel 72 281 3.90 4 Roger Harvey 31 121 3.95 1 Rick Yarian 14 35 2.50 1 Passing: Attempts Completed Yards Per Cent Hammel 112 55 492 .491 Gammiere 23 8 65 .350 Bryan 2 1 12 .500 Wenzel 1 1 2 1.000 Receiving: Catches Yards Per Cent Completion Hosack 19 183 .655 Wenzel 16 96 .533 Wellman 11 85 .550 Brubaker 7 106 .305 Defense: Tackles Anspaugh 80 Hammel 74 Wenzel 58 Hosack 53 Bryan 49 Wellman 43 SEASON’S BEST Longest run from scrimmage: Tom Wenzel—60 yards against Bluffton, Jamboree. Longest forward pass play: John Hammel to Steve Brubaker—36 yards against Decatur. Longest kickoff return: Jack Ormiston—32 yards against Auburn. Longest punt return: Rick Yarian—22 yards against Auburn. Longest punt: John Hammel—51 yards against East Noble. Most yards gained in one game: Bill Bryan —152 yards against East Noble. FOOTBALL COACHES Joe Sirk, Bee Team; Rod Wells, Freshman Team; Bill Doba, Head Varsity; Gus Haughey, Freshman Team; and Jack Prosser, Assistant Varsity. ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS Don Hosack and Dave Anspaugh were named on the All-Conference first team. Bill Bryan was named on the second team. John Hammel was placed on the third team and Don Harter received Honorable mention. MANAGERS Keith Meyers, Jim Thirkell, James Cook, Mark Nelson, and Duane Blanchard. 171 BEE TEAM The Bee Team found the going very rough last fall. The team lost the opening game to Auburn by one touchdown. In the second game, Prarie Heights won by an identical score. The third game found East Noble gaining a nine point victory. Auburn defeated the Bees in the next game. Garrett smothered the Bee Team in the final game. Although not winning a game, the boys played quite well and many of them will fill the shoes of graduating seniors next year. Mr. Sirk was the coach of the Bee Team. SEASON RECORD Angola 7.Auburn 14 Angola 7.Prarie Heights 14 Angola 12.East Noble 21 Angola 13.Auburn 28 Angola 0.Garrett 21 Top Row-. Keith Huffman, Robert Wilson, Dennis H oolihan, Don Wenzel, Gary Barlet, and Gary Ransburg. Second Row: Lee Mason, Tom Morse, Dan Derbeyshire, Larry Bassett, and Bob Brady. Third Row: Greg Griffith, Jeff Wolf, Bruce Bryan, Bill Disbro, Jerry Schlosser, and Robert Penix. Bottom Row: Steve Thalls, Ron Sanders, Greg Sassman, Mike Brubaker, Ed Bickel, and Dorsey Ketzenberger. i-- —sum 1 mm t « . v lH m 1 r ■ f I V W mg ' mm i 14 J 1 V 172 Top Row: Tom Nedele, Lynn Smothers, Lyle Tritch, John Thomp¬ son, Jeff Ott, Bill Lewis, and Steve Bruner. Second Row: Jim Holse, Tom Bledsoe, Larry Huffman, Jerry Putt, Jim Spangle, Terry Boots, and Tim Nedele. Bottom Row-. Tom Bal, Charlie Brown, Kedric Beard, Joe Shoup, John Johnson, Paul Osborne, and Gary Ritter. FRESHMAN TEAM The freshmen played four football games last fall and were very successful. After losing to Garrett by only a touchdown, they ran all over South Adams. They more or less got revenge in the next game—they played Garrett to a tie. The last game of the season also ended in a tie with Auburn. According to Coaches Wells and Haughey several members of the team will prove valuable to the Bee Team next season SEASON RECORD Angola 6.Garrett 14 Angola 13 Angola 20.South Adams 0 Angola 6 Garrett 13 Auburn 6 173 John Hammel ; voted the " Most Valuable Play er of the Year in football, is ready to throw one of his long ' . ' » hvroi V MaaT- ' . j Jf T v Mtyf - I 1 RMHHHIRh " HP bbbwspmpp. f 5 - m m ’ Jpfcih. )UP - A , " ?! g; IP P» ■ __ x 1R I ■ iffiF-ViSl! passes. Angola Hornet, Dennis Bumgarner, is ready to stop a Garrett player. Steve Brubaker makes a valiant effort to catch one of John Hammel’s passes. 175 ! ' f; H A " c Mmm K| :si$grW sS «l||lft ■ wJMli SBl BnJ 1BI S Don Hosack, Forward John Hammel, Guard Don Harter, Center Bill Guthier, Guard Richard Call, Guard Rick Bruner, Guard Ralph Hall, Forward THESE MEN SHAPE OUR ATHLETIC PROGRAM Back Row: Mr. Heier graduated from Angola High School and Ball State University. He coaches basketball and football. Mr. Wells graduated from Fremont High School and Butler Un¬ iversity. He coaches basketball and football. Mr. Avery graduated from Connersville High School and Ball State University. He coaches wrestling. Front Row: Mr. Prosser graduated from Lincoln High School, Cambridge City and Earlham College. He also attended La Universidad de Las Americas, Mexico City and Universidad de Guadala¬ jara, Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico. He coaches football and track. Mr. Doba graduated from New Carlisle High School and Ball State University. He coaches football and basketball. Mr. Kelley graduated from Garrett High School and Manches- Mr. Berry graduated from Fort Recovery High School and Ball State University. He coaches gymnastics. Mr. Haughey graduated from Hamilton High School and Ball State University. He coaches basketball and football. Mr. Dygert graduated from Angola High School and Ball State University. He coaches cross-country and baseball. ter College. He obtained a higher degree from Ball State Un¬ iversity. He is the Athletic Director of Angola High School. Mr. Sirk graduated from Oak Hill High School and Ball State University. He coaches football and basketball. Mr. Brayton graduated from Fort Madison High School, Iowa and Manchester College. He obtained a higher degree from Ball State University. He coaches golf. 179 Don Hosack scores 2 points. Don now holds the school scoring record. He scored 45 points. The Hornets fight hard for the ball First Team Cheerleaders Karen Schindler, Ginny Shoup, and Marty Fulton give a cheer after a long, hard game. Student Managers Back Row: Scott White, varsity basketball; Larry McCutchen, wres¬ tling; Tony DeRosa, gymnastics. Front Row-. Duane Blanchard, var¬ sity basketball, Dick Waymire, B-team basketball; Mark Nelson, freshman basketball, (not pictured) Glenn Snidle, wrestling. Back Row-. Steve Brubaker, Don Hosack, Don Harter, John Anderson, Ralph Hall, and Joe Bledsoe. Second Row-. John Hammel, David Anspaugh, Larry Myers, Bill Guthier, Richard Call, and Richard Bruner. THE HORNET SEASON IN REVIEW Angola s Hornets closed their regular season with a 5 won and 15 lost record. In the first game of the season, after falling be¬ hind, Coach Haughey used combinations of players until all the players saw action. The Hornets lost the game 86 to 44. The Hornets bounced back in the next game and took the measure of Eastside 60 to 48. Ho¬ sack was high point man in the game with 13 points. The Hornets traveled to Bluffton on December 2 and went down to defeat 88 to 62. Howe then out- shot the Hornets and won 67 to 64 in the next game. Hosack was high point man in this game with 30 points. On December 10, Columbia City defeated An¬ gola 76 to 51. New Haven, an underrated team, ran over the Hornets and won 91 to 51. As a Christmas present, the Hornets presented Coach Haughey with a win over Auburn 55 to 45 on December 21. Hosack again led all scorers by scoring 21 points. Angola met Garrett in the first game of the Holi¬ day Tourney and were able to stay with the tall Rail¬ roaders during the first quarter as the quarter ended 17 to 17. The Railroaders then pulled away to an 80 to 58 win. Angola won the consolation game 71 to 62 by defeating Ligonier. Garrett again defeated the Hornets, as the new year began, by the score of 99 to 68. South Adams then defeated the Hornets 72 t o 66. Angola soundly trounced the Prairie Heights team 67 to 44. In this game, Don Hosack broke the old school record of 44 points in one game by scoring 45 points. The Hornets tasted victory for the second straight time and won over Ligonier again. Hammel was the high point man with 17 points. This was the last win in the regular season for the Hornets. The score was 85 to 59. 182 The Hornets lost to Decatur 64 to 51; then to Al¬ bion 88 to 71. Huntertown won over the Hornets 82 to 53 and in the next game East Noble defeated the Hornets 77 to 68. Leo then eked out a 60 to 59 vic¬ tory. Hosack scored 22 points in this game. In the next game Lakeland won over the Hornets 62 to 51. In the final game of the regular season, Concor¬ dia beat the Hornets 75 to 63. The Hornets kept pace with the Cadets for the first half of the game 32 to 31 then faltered. Hosack was the high point man in this game with 26 points. In the Sectional tourney the Hornets won over Prairie Heights 66 to 54. This win put them in the Sat¬ urday afternoon semi-finals where they met the strong Hamilton team. Angola, after falling behind 22 points, hit 32 points in the fourth quarter, but still lost to the Marines 63 to 70. Hosack was high point man with 31 points. John Hammel was elected Player of the Year ' by his teammates. Mr. Gus Haughey was the coach of the Hornet squad. VARSITY STATISTICS Player Quarters Shots Shots Percent Free Free Percent Total Points Played Taken Made Made Throws Taken Throws Made Made Made Anspaugh 39 60 21 35% 4 3 75% 45 Guthier 66 157 51 33% 36 26 72% 128 Hammel 78 210 73 35% 48 25 52% 171 Harter 43 54 16 30% 16 3 19% 35 Hosack 73 294 116 40% 126 92 73% 324 Anderson 72 161 61 38% 66 39 59% 161 Brubaker 59 99 26 26% 34 20 59% 72 Bruner 11 18 2 11% 9 2 22% 6 Call 54 89 29 33% 22 15 68% 73 Hall 8 8 3 33% 5 2 40% 8 Myers 74 222 74 33% 100 65 65% 213 183 CHEERLEADERS The Bee team cheerleaders were Debbie Hemrick and Linda Mortorff. Both did an excellent job in lead¬ ing cheers for the Bee team and in addition supported the varsity. BEE TEAM SEASON Angola 27 Angola 16 Angola 23 Angola 26 Angola 28 Angola 39 Angola 36. Angola " B " Tourney 36. Angola “B " Tourney 36. Angola 32. Won 6. . . . Churubusco 38 Eastside 19 . Bluffton 60 . . Howe Military 33 Columbia City 56 New Haven 48 Auburn 44 Lakeland 43 . Eastside 22 . . Garrett 57 Lost 1 4 Angola 50.South Adams 31 Angola 33.Prairie Heights 25 Angola 52.Ligonier 41 Angola 34.Decatur 51 Angola 30.Albion 45 Angola 34.Huntertown 27 Angola 33.East Noble 59 Angola 42.Leo 30 Angola 20.Lakeland 53 Angola 24.Concordia 30 Coach Mr. William Doba Back Row-. Joe Bledsoe, Steve Thalls, Eric Melby, and Bob Chapman. Second Row-. Gary Ransburg, Larry Bassett, Den¬ nis Hoolihan, and Bob Brady. Front Row: Dale Smothers, Dennis Bumgarner, Keith Huff¬ man, and Larry Wyatt. 184 CHEERLEADERS The freshman cheerleaders this year were Debbie Summers and Julee Nilson.They not only cheered the freshman team on to a fine season, but were also avid rooters for the Bee team and varsity—congratulations on a great job. FRESHMAN SEASON Angola 34. 28 Angola 43. 31 Angola 49. 16 Angola 42. 36 Angola 33. 17 Angola 46. 51 Angola 41. 48 Angola 45. 25 Won 12.Lost 4 Angola 42. 46 Angola 45. 31 Angola 40. 29 Angola 35. 44 Angola 50. 32 Angola 54. 41 Angola 38. 33 Angola 45. 39 Coach Mr. Joe Sirk Top Row: Lance Zimmer, Paul Osborne, Jim Holse, Brad Sutton, Tom Bledsoe, and Roger Eberhart. Second Row: Dennis Merillat. Mar., Steve Bruner, Tim Nedele, Jeff Ott, Jim Spangle, and Ed Williamson. Bottom Row-. Mark Nelson, Doug Franze, Al Remenicky, Lynn Smoth¬ ers, Tom Nedele, Bob Huffman, and Mr. Joe Sirk, Coach. Mr. Avery encourages Lynn Hilton. Tom Morse seems to be getting the best of it • . - _ £ Back Row: Coach Avery, John Meek, Ron Sand¬ ers, Tom Morse, Roger Harvey, Jeff Oberlin, Buzz Penix, Larry Banta, and Ed Bickel. Second Row-. Mike Zeigler, Charles Hedglin, Mike Bru¬ baker, Glen Patterson, Jack Ormiston, Dennis WRESTLING SEASON Angola ' s wrestling team, having completed its fourth year of inter-school competition, had a record of 2 wins and 8 losses this season. The Hornets traveled to Howe to open the season and suffered a 42-15 loss at the hands of the Cadets. The matmen of Edgerton, Ohio were Also victorious over the Hornets 38-13 in a meet held at the Edgerton gymnasium. Angola, how¬ ever, triumphed over the Lakeland Lakers 33-20 in a contest held on December 8. Angola then came up against a strong New Haven team and were de¬ feated 45-3. An outstanding Decatur team proved too much for the Angola matmen and defeated them 41-13. The Hornet wrestlers suffered defeat again 39-13 at the hands of New Haven in a return match held on January 3 at the New Haven gymnasium. On January 10, the matmen had a return meet with Howe and were defeat¬ ed 36-18. This meet was also held at An¬ gola. John Meek grapples with an opponent. DeMara, John Johnson, and Bruce Bryan. Front Row: Greg Hoffman, David Putman, Jerry Hu- bart, Bill Bryan, Lynn Hilton, Charles Shively, Jim Penick, and Kedrick Beard. IN REVIEW A powerful Edgerton squad defeated the Hornets 47-5 in a match on January 24. The Angola wrestlers regular season closed when the East Noble Knights de¬ feated the Hornets 39-8. An invitational tourney was held at New Haven high school on January 28, in which the Angola matmen placed fourth. Angola had one first place winner, Bill Bryan in the heavyweight division. The Hornet squad participated in the area wrestling sectional at New Haven, scoring 21 points and coming in eighth in a field of stiff competition. Bill Bryan, defeated only once in regular competition and a sectional fi¬ nalist, was chosen the Most Valuable Player " for the 1966-67 year. Lynn Hilton served as captain of the group this year. Mr. Charles Avery was the coach of the Hornet squad. Charles Hedglin struggles to keep on top. Larry Banta falls his opponent. Bill Bryan starts a match. GYMNASTICS Back Row: Coach Tom Berry, Mike Myers, Dan Derbyshire, and Tony DeRosa. Second Row: John Day, Eric Anspaugh, Don Wenzel, John Artz, Mike McBride, and Terry Archbold. Front Row-. Rick Rench, Mike Thomas, Clark Holtzman, Lee Mason, and Ralph Holman. SEASON RECORD The Gymnastic Team won only one event during the season and that was a forfeit by Quincy, Mich. Two additional wins by Angola were forfeited due to the ineligibility of Mike Myers. These were to Hillsdale, Mich, and Hoagland, Indiana. With the loss of senior Mike Myers, our leading gymnasts and Dan Debryshire, a hard working sopho¬ more, we suffered several losses which should have been wins. Mr. Tom Berry coached the gymnastic team this year. The team participated in the sectional held at Wabash, Indiana on March 17. Angola won over Quincy, Mich. Angola 72. Angola 64.5.(forfeit). Angola 81.(forfeit). Angola 8th place at Concord, Indiana Angola 67. Angola 41. Angola 58. Angola 60. Angola 71 . Angola 70. .(forfeit) . . Wabash 81 Hillsdale 61.5 . Hoagland 72 . Hillsdale 104 . Concord 108 . Hoagland 89 . . Wa bash 84 . Ji mtown 81-Jr . . Portland 83 188 w Clark Holtzman shows his ability on the parallel bars. Keith Myers displays the use of strength and balance. John Artz takes his turn on the rings. Don Wenzel jumps high on the trampoline. 189 i i m CROSS-COUNTRY The Cross-Country team, in its fourth year of competition, was hit by graduation last year and faced a period of rebuilding. Although the team won only one meet this last fall, several of the meets were decided by only a few points. The team lost to East Noble, the “Conference Champs”, by the close score of 28 to 27. Two year ago a 200-mile club was organized by Mr. Dygert. Miles were accumulated in practice and in meets. Members of this year ' s club were: Harold Dilts, Al Remenicky, Lance Zimmer, Joe Bledsoe, Bob Chap¬ man, Ralph Hall, Larry Myers, Charles Shiveley, Mike Thomas, Bob Walter, Larry Wyatt, Dave Grieser, and Jim Penick. Angola 35, Angola 42, Angola 31, Angola 77, Angola 39, Angola 29, Angola 43, Angola 61, Angola 27, Angola 28, Hamilton Hamilton Auburn East Noble Lakeland Auburn Huntertown Lakeland Eastside East Noble Freshmen Mike Bratton P John Day P Harold Dilts P Al Remenicky P Lance Zimmer P SEASON SUMMARY Fremont 62 Angola 33, Garrett 23 Fremont 59 Lakeland 50 Garrett 37 Southside Invitational Meet Angola 13th—won by Valpariso NEIAC Conference Meet Angola 8th—won by East Noble East Noble Freshman-Sophomore Invitational Angola 10th—won by Fort Wayne Snider AWARDS (P—participation; M—major) Sophomores Juniors Joe Bledsoe M Bob Chapman M Les Gowthrop P Ralph Hall M Larry Myers M Charles Shiveley M Mike Thomas P Bob Walters M Larry Wyatt P Seniors Dave Grieser M Jim Penick M Top Row: Coach Chuck Dygert, Jim Penick, Dave Grieser, and Student Man¬ ager Steve Allen. Second Row: John Day, Mike Bratton, Al Remenicky, Lance Zimmer, and Harold Dilts. Bottom Row: Larry Wyatt, Ralph Hall, Bob Walter, Les Gowthrop, Mike Thomas, Bob Chap¬ man, and Charles Shiveley. Nick Nix has no troubl As evening approached, Bill Bryan heaved the shotput for a record-breaking 50 ft. This set a new school compe¬ tition record. Kim Tubergen sinks a put. 192 GOLF TEAM Top Row: Neal Nix, Jim Spangle, Larry Barnes, Tim Nedele, and Tony DeRosa. Second Row: Rick Yarian, Nick Nix, Jack Croxton, and Mr. Brayton, coach. Bottom Row. Mike Leichty, Tom Wenzel, Don Hosack, Ed Williamson, and Phil Sandidge. SPRING SEASON 1966 Angola 241.Auburn 220 Angola 148.Howe Military 149 Angola 174.Garrett 178 Angola 178.Howe Military 174 Angola 177.East Noble 171 Angola 216.Auburn 217 Angola 221.East Noble 207 In the Conference meet, Angola placed seventh out of ten competing teams. In the Sectional meet, the team placed eighth out of twenty-seven competing teams. Bob Van Auken qualified for the state meet by having a 78 for eighteen holes in the sectional. Mr. Brayton is the coach of the Golf Team. Bottom Row-. Joe Meek, Gil Rogers, Roger Harvey, Bob Brady, and Larry Banta. Second Row: Bill Bryan, Jim Penick, Steve Thalls, Bob Walter, Rick Gowthrop, Larry Wyatt, Larry McCutchan, and Rick Bruner. Third Row: Bruce Bryan, Joe Bledsoe, Gary Barlett, Don Harter, Steve French, Bob Chapman, Mike Thomas, John Mc¬ Connell, and Duane Blanchard. Top Row: Coach Jack Prosser, Denny Hoolhian, Ed Bickel, Keven Parrish, Bob Crain, George Clark, Bill Disbro, Dennis Bumgar¬ ner, Don Wenzel, Larry Basset, and Asst. Coach Heier. TRACK AND FIELD The 1966 Track Team had very little re¬ presentation from the upperclassmen. The team was young and shows some potential for the coming years. Of the seven meets, the team was vic¬ torious in only one. The reserves had several close meets and won three of six. A summary of the season s scores is: Concordia.108 Angola ..15 Kendallville.95 Angola.28 Angola .84 Waterloo.79 Eastside.61 Garrett.85 Angola.38 Howe Military.92 Ashley.40 Angola.32 A new school record was set in the shot put by Bill Bryan, a junior. He bested the existing 48 feet with a heave of 50 feet. Bill Bryan, Bob Crain and Bob Walters were our only representatives at the sectional, Bryan in the shot, Crain and Walters in the two-mile run. Lakeland.91 Angola .27 FROSH - SOPH RELAYS Kendallville.93 Concordia.75 Garrett.41 Angola. .... 18 Auburn.5 194 BASEBALL Spring — 1966 Angola 8.Prairie Heights.0 Angola 7.Kendallville.8 Angola 10.Prairie Heights.1 Angola 0.Concordia.1 Angola 1.Columbia City.2 Angola 8.Bluffton.10 Angola 0.Kendallville.3 Angola 0.Concordia.3 Angola 5.Garrett.4 Angola 2.Berne.1 Angola 5.Auburn.2 Angola 6.Decatur.2 Angola 3.New Haven.2 Angola 11.Kendallville.1 Conference Games Conference Record Won 6 — Lost 3 Won 9 — Lost 5 SEASON AVERAGES At Bat Hits Average Rathburn 41 13 .317 Ransburg, Carl 45 10 .223 Meyers 38 8 .210 Boyer 17 6 .353 Horny 14 4 286 Hammel 48 9 .181 Guthier 45 15 .333 Reese 41 7 .171 Gammiere 36 11 .306 Call, Rick 23 4 .174 Call, Roger 6 0 .000 Remenicky 6 1 .167 Anspaugh 5 0 .000 Bryan 4 0 .000 Ransburg, Gary 2 0 .000 Bumgarner 4 0 .000 PITCHING RECORD Won Lost Innings Pitche Ransburg 4 2 45 Horny 3 1 30 Gammiere 1 1 14 Hammel 1 1 7 Remenicky 0 0 1 [Bottom Row ) Bill Bryan, Denny Bumgarner, Gary Ransburg, Bill Rathburn, John Hammel, Richard Call, Danny Reese, Mike Reme- nicky, Bill Guthier, and Coach Charles Dygert. (Top Row) Asst. Coach Tom Ber¬ ry, Steve Crooks, Richard Boyer, Dave Anspaugh Carl Ransburg, Phil Meyers, Dick Horny, Rojger Call, Pete Gammiere, and Bob Kaufman. Runs MH _ PP V —- ! - A . Av £4 ' - Trips up town. Callbacks. Convincing salesmanship. Unsigned checks. Owner out of town. Duplicate calls. These are the problems of advertising. PATRONIZE OUR BOOSTERS ABSTRACTS: Goodale Abstract Company.665-2314 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS: L. G. Maxton Sales, Inc.665-6513 Jim McIntyre Pontiac-Buick.665-2125 Wild Mercury-Comet.665-6414 Cheryl Ralston orders pictures. 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