Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH)

 - Class of 1971

Page 1 of 136

 

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1971 Edition, Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1971 volume:

'N 1-0 -4 4- u fm N N ', .. Q, .1 A nn , . .W VA ,' v. 13 1 M . off .1 7U DE 6 LUESCH6 Li I 1 5 ! I "Growth " Talking in circles riding on air flying high and then low finding sweetness that hurry tried to hide dreaming secrets and breathing hopes - searching for answers that were written deep in the1minds of those who spoke finding how we were different and how much alike. These were days of growing, learning, and learning to grow, Accomplishment was simple: getting things done on time scoring high or hitting the right notes We ran - stumbled - and fell. Cot up and fell again. We laughed till our stomachs ached - and cried till we fell asleep. These were days of looking ahead with hopes of finding our dream And when we finally find our place in the universe we'll look back to where it all began To these days when growing hurt and tickled and made us laugh and cry and Weill see and remember and maybe wish for these days again. Barb Kleck Admin Senior U ndere . Aetiv S jiorts Senior Activities mmmavmw .. nv- + n an 421 t 6 T ,A X 1 W ,ff f , 4 " gi E2 1 f ' ' , . , if' "lege-my , ,m 5.iw,z:sagg45ggEgzg,.:Q,f A an W , A,:. 5, .,.,,, , H ...W M Faculgf and A i 2 X A S' 1 1 1 ministmtion Superintendent Mr. Harris . . . Concerned . . . about the school . . . about us . . . accepting responsibility . . . the man leading "tho whole showi' . . . keeping our school, its programs, its reputation, wortl1y,of respect . . . unas- sumed dignity as well as an air of casualncss . . . Mr. Harris . . . a fine school superintendent. MR. RICHARD HARRIS Board qt Education STANDING, left to right: John Zimmerman, Lowell Short, Glenn Heer, Elias Frey. SEATED: Pres. Dale Nafziger, Richard Harris, and Dale Pape. Deciding school policies . . . maintaining a good staff . . . approving new dress codes . . . managing all finances . . . working behind the scenes to keep our school running smoothly. MARVA BAUS, Secretary to the Superintendent SM? MR GENE RUPP Mr. Rupp . . . always busy . . . assigning schedules . . . organizing lst day classes . 4 . caring . . . about the school . . . the students . . . wanting the best in education for them . . . probably wondering if some will make it . . . retrieving the wandering . . . disciplining . . . stern, yet at times lenient . . . serious, but always smiling. MRS. MARY CORNETT, Secretary to the Principal U Director 0 Guzdance Willing to listen . . . offering help . . . opinions . . . walking information . . . about schools . . . colleges . . . exams . . . yearbooks . . . helping students with their decisions . . . their plans . . . pleased with some, disappointed with oth- ers . . . patient and- humorous . . . he usually survives the nine periods . . . MR. CHARLES WINZELER Director of Guidance MR. DAVID REX Director of Athletics Director qf Atlzletics Arranging games . . . contacting referees . . . attempting to sell every seat in the gymnasium . . . issuing occasional warnings to Nstudyi' . . . coaching . . . teaching . . . joy in making awards. MR. GERALD GEIGER Chemistry, 8th Science MR. RON DILBONE Biology Science Survey MR. GEORGE CLARK Physics, Gen. Science Gen. Math Science and Detailed explanations learning that something simple can be com lex somethin com lex sim Jle . . . "could 'ou P 5 P I l go over that again? when the book fails, experiments e 1 the challenge of lab period fun time or a learn ing process Lipton Noodle Soup or litmus paper . . SCICIICC a learning experimenting curriculum. il an 1 MR. WENDELL BECK Advanced Math Algebra II, Geometry MRS. JUDY SCHAFER Science, Algebra MR. JAMES FIELDS 8th, 9th Math M azfh Equations and formulas . . . logical reasoning, illogical rea- soning? . . . theorems . . . postulates . . . logariuthms and ta- bles . . . putting problems on the board . . . attempts to solve problems . . . teacher's logical explanations . . . simple con- clusionsf 3 :fb BIQL ! 4 i QE MRS. CAROL HACKETT Spanish MR. KEN LAUSE Spanish MISS CHARETTE FRITZ 9th English Latin 1 N. S 2,2 K, Foreign Language Conjugations and tenses . . . a basic language for further stud derstanding other cultures . . . translating . . . memorizing . . speaking in broken phrases, then fluently. . . . excitement in hearing and learning a living language . . . un MISS CAROL SCHLATTER 10th English MISS SANDRA NOFZIGER 12th English Speech MRS. CHERIE SHORT 11th English Journalism J, .,.V , --...dm "'X" ..,"4f'A' . 1 l, 'tv I. ,af ,K English The universal language vocabulary drills . .. "will we ever learn them all?" . . . reading and more reading . . . appreciating and criticizing great works sharing ideas and thoughts both verbally and written . . . creative writing . . . research . . . learn- ing the meaning of objectivity. Physical Education and Health Balance, skill, coordination .. . discovering something different that the body can do . . . team work and individual efforts . . . per- spiration and showers . . . youthful bodies . . . vigorous exercises . . . health . . . a contribution toward a good life. MR. JACK MILLER Boys' Physical Ed. MISS CHARLOTTE SHARPE Girls' Physical Ed. MR. MIKE WALKER Health Driver Education MR. RANDY RIDDLE Senior Social Studies 10th History MR. JOHN FRAAS Sociology, Economics ? 'B' X lt Rig kg f ll' i V H ,g3,,5Qi Social Studies iisizfsgrf American Humanities Classical Studies information . . . about people . . . events . . . important flutes . . . learning about our systoin of governincnt and other governments . . . why groups of people fight wars . . . crown kings . . . elect pres- idents . . . learning from the past in order to do better in the pres- ent and future. gif Wi' MR. THOMAS EHRMAN Instrumental Music MR. DAVID McDONEL Vocal Music MRS. SHARON KOLB Fine Arts M usic and Art Practice and more practice . . . trying to achieve harmony, not only in sound but also in color and design . . . keeping on top ofa pitch . . . creating something from nothing . . . disap- pointments ofa goal not realized . . . pride at the final out- come of our efforts. MRS. ELANOR ENGLER, Strings 9 ' fy l I I f ' 2 l fm. M F H E lem! ' g lam M if law W MRS. JOY LINK MRS. ELAINE SCHNITKEY MRS. BETTY COUCH Preparing for harzler vonrsvs . . . longing for longvr lmrmlks . . . hearing but not always lislvning . . . swing and soma-- times coniprehcmling . . . hoping but not rvully wnnling . . . hating and at the sumo limo loving . . . Sill grumlc, lln' linn- for somclliing unifierll LN ., x 55, ,-cr: .-gn-ul My ,. X ,qv . 1,11 Non- Teaching Personnel LEFT: WARREN KINCSBURY, Maintenance Dept. LEFT BELOW: BONNIE LUABER, Secretary for Faculty . , , ww f't 4 HV! -:Wys e "' ?-1 , , v-:Q - .--.Qi-1 an A n,,vv.,5S A 5'-,jg X, tf ,- , gm '- 31 mf- , N gmkigw : I 6' ,gg if i ,A f.. .E a 5- 14", gs 1. A " gif' bww page Y W- N .r , ' we-'+ - 5 X-iff Q P-ug? f 1 . .'-,-,t.:f. , gf ' , ,. S-. 0 if: ' 4.2. 5- '- 4 I qt ng is-:Q..,'5 21- QM- ak W "'a::N?2Nf ti w.2"":" f -.V . f ,Q ' y-ff' . .0-,. , t - ,..,,f.5,, . .xl . ,H :ee ASIQ . it M "-t E 4 mm, ,,...,.. ,..,..., . , 1, ,. , , , ,, Q1,,,gn silt'-2.Tf,e,.siEg '-" ' W E ' ' " .,--0.-,..,,wN.w,w.t,......,..-.-- E N Cafeteria Staff: Ella Beck, Florence Crime, Elnora Rupp, Joan Eash, Betty Barger, Margarita Kingsbury. BUS DRIVERS Seniors Q ii w l 1 4 3 The future qfers an open hemai' it is ours to grasp. Linda Diane Alexander Kay Ann Arend Nancy Sue Armstrong Barbara Jean Arnos Charles Arps Joyce Ellen Aschliman Mary Anjelyn Barber The point is . . . uhhlihh . . . let's drop ill Rosemary Eileen Barlel Anna Marie Beck William Randall Beck Susan Michele Beck Beverly Ann Benecke Grant E. Bernaih Lonnie D.. Blosser Paul C. Boddiger Mark Boeller Edward J. Bohner Loveliness is a N.H.S. reject Yellow Roses and Blue Robes Antz'ezQoatz'on and Fuwllment Margaret ,lean Boliner Pamela L. Bostelman William Guy Boyer Robert William Buehrer Charmaine Sue Burkholder Robert Charles Crossgrove Darlene DeGroff Barbara ,lean Dominique National Hrecordingu star tries for a hit dl D nique k D que K y Durst My A Emmons JA Fl H ldEF chcy Mem0rz'es . . . Moments cyf Exhz'tamtz'0n Exhaustton Expectation tz Lost Biology chickens found hiding under staircase! ...Zta Yolanda Gallaga Dale A. Center Y' Ned Eugene Graf Cynthia Grieser Pamela Sue Ccrken Jane Marie Gleason Kathleen Sue Gnage Keith A. Gnagcy Juergen Goertz Michael Graber Undivided attention. James A. Gricscr Timothy W. Gricser Toynetta Lynn Griescr Give me the ball or l'll tell mom! Barbara Ann Hill Penny Yvonne Hitt William Stephen Hull Linda Kay Crime Anthony Lee Crime Michael Harry Hackett Linda Sue Hcslvrman Ballgames . . Musz'cals Tests. . . Romances . Friends . . LW . Paul Edward Keim Barbara Ann Kruse Jane Marie King Karen A. King Barb Kleck Darlene Sue Leininger Linda Kay Lero Betty Jean Lienau Bridge Builder Nafziger. ?ZW Deborah Jean Lienau Beth Ann Riegsccker Elaine Rebecca Roth Bruce A. Rupp wx Danny J. Rupp Joseph A. Rupp Patricia S. Rupp ReNee R. Rupp Keep the Clark wrappers coming in girls! The Paraguayan Texan! Christine Rychener Vicki Sue Rychener Toby L. Schang Peggy Lea Schroeder Ruth E. Seilcr Mark L. Shirley Betty Jane Short Dianne Sue Short. Douglas Peter Short Jeffery G. Short Mary Beth Short Peter Douglas Short D3V1d Alan Sommer Happiness is N.H.S. Bradley Stamm Curt D. Stamm James Michael Stevens Richard Wayne. Spiess James A. Springer Randy J. Stuckey Ronald J. Stuekey Diane Sue Taylor Diane S. Thatcher Juvcnal Torres A bit of Europe . . . Germany . . . Finland. Karen Kay Trowbridge Douglas Scott Vajen Robert Wayne VonDeylen The future . . hope . desjyaze. . . faith . searching James A. We-yandt Bonnie Jean Wyse Charlinda K. Wyse Douglas F. Wyse Shucksl Everyone needs one friend. Ralph Earl Watkins Faith Kay Wyse "l'll tell him l'm innocentf' aammunsnn u ms imsn ard! Karen Sue Wyse Norma Elizabeth Wyse Rhonda Lee Wyse Sally Ann Wyse Teresa Renee Yoder Luis Oscar Boeltner Asuncion, Paraguay Heikki Heikkola Finland all Eva Ramlelirock Math' is ffbeautifulj' Haniburg, Germany grasping attazhing Happiness in '71 Martha Nofziger, Top Ten, Reader's Digest, Senior Girl of the Yearg Mike Hackett, Top Ten: Jo Anne Fielitz, Top Ten. if 1 I .ii Myra Emmons, Defiance College Poetry Award RIGHT: Ralph Watkins, Top Ten and National Merit Semi-Finalist, Norma Wyse, National Merit Finalist LEFT: Linda Hesterman, Top Teng Kathy Gnagey, Top Ten, Norma Wyse, Top Tong Charlinda Wyse, Top Ten. Barb Hill, BPW Award l f"i Charmaine Burkholder, DAR Awards 1 Top Ten and . . , ..,, fitqq. - . L Q 'W Senior A caa'emz'c A cards " v S s , ,g Y r .,,.,. . Y 1-,f,r.,1,i- ..., Ss '- -s "tv iv: 4 5 W S 'fs -it 1: u t: , svn.. ' 1, - -f 1,- gg wwf- r -gaffswy-,. s my--5, , sl uwavrfiff ?5G5si itet is , slr N t N Rotary Award, Peter Short and Mike Hackett LEFT: BPW Winners, Jane Gleason and Barb Hill -M Q .wi ,z - X- g -4. N , t N X tl E31 Q, , A H :ff Q .ry -f - a V. .., . - , gn - W is ,, ji 3 if Fw E v E s Kp S P S MES N . + 'gs M A 52,4 it tgxllr Jf5bi"1f" -we Qi is t .5 Q 5. 11 t -w ff we 51 B RQ niggas-Brit, L We Q 4 N . X. . ye V. P. Vajen bids school "Farewell', ,lane King, Top Tenq Beth Riegsecker, Top Teng ReNee Rupp Top Ten and Senior Girl ofthe Yearg James Nafziger, Elks Bev Benecke, Top Ten. RIGHT: Bruce Rupp, Elks, Sen- ior Boy of the yearg James Nafziger, Top Teng Darlene Leininger, Arion Awardg Martha Nofziger, Elks "The Future Holds an 0119672 Hama' It I5 Uwfs 1f0 Grasp Q JJ Never Fear the Truth" "What It Means To Usv "Our Debts" "Pressing Toward the Prize ...lt A good driver . . . some organization . . . and . . . Washington 4 1 Boat trips . . . amusement parks . . . seniors . . . heat . . . lines . . . ,f f 1 1 . . . New York . . . big . . . frightening . . . lines . . . crowds . . . It all started here for S24 . . . Even though most monuments . . . lines . . . monuments . . . motels . . . lines . . . monuments . . -"f'v'i'A'f, J fflff an :avr 'x! "T'7f f ffff flu fff,7,,,A Jvffs f . ffvx 2,1 ,Q iff JA, ynu, memorials . . . busses . . . seniors . . . tiredness . . . sentiments . . . and then . . . people . . . foreign languages . . . cathedrals . . . people . . . marvelled at it . . . many would like to ive it back to the Indians. S 7 M4 4 ,A 2 Mmjf f.. As fSf'L.,L ', Q41 Tw. 419' 1 ,, ,mx ,., Afffi '1', . J ' 'Q f , f"' , ', fg Y VE' ,Q QAJA, s ,- Uw: ,S ,XT ,.,f ., W JM ,Q , .K ,G 1 , .WJ , 22,9 ,ff xify '-f '2..5,X rm f SM' I Y 1 A fi,-.,. Q. 4 A 'f . ::.,,.,: , QA 1 , fgy. , , .K wgzgnlw ,f A X ww f N, .fa , 7 ,K ,dfvfqp W,-gpzzffm, pf n- -J, .qw ,wmffy ,, ,M ,, L, ,.- ,MJ 13' JM., If 9, .3 .,,v x A , 1 L . f , ---M U' , , .. , A, t f ML., . , l ,f If ,ff , W 'L QA, . 'K f 1:-mf, 1, N5 , tw '-W. wx 11x,., 1 f x ,HJR Q X - V rf Y X1 ..,Q1:.'1? Q12 Q i fx-. 1 Q., ff ' xi 5 Q ,ff X 5' , .' , Q' U' y 5 1 Y 5 f , , 2 S 2 , 1 A f ' M ,, 3 K . 2. X 4 W . PWM 1-1 354 LJ 4 li .,,-1 -1 r i 5 i 4 1 i a i 3 x 3 A l i J 1 1 5 A . 1 4 4 1 x 1 x 1 I 1 X 1 4 1 1 imiors . . . anticipation . . . Banquet . . . American Humanities y .lane Aeschliman ,lay Aeschliman Keith Aschliman Grace Armstrong Jane Arnold Jean Arnold Sue Arthur Amy Barber Randy Barnes Pat Beck Paul Beck Tom Benecke Cordell Boddiger Norma Britsch Pat Burkholder Bill Cameron Richard Clevcnger Becky Cowell Russel Dohm Marty Dominique Pat Dominique Patsy Ebersole Mike Erbskorn .lim Fluckinger Leticia Gallaga Mario Garza Roger Gerken Leslie Gnagey Daryl Graber Don Grieser Steve Hesterman Toby Hines Steve Hoffman Elroy Holsopple Mel Holsinger Bill Hood Dennis'Huner Tom Hurst Carol .lantzi Diana Jiminez Jernigan l,l Arnold Crime lg Cathy Crime nj A Ed Crime f xi 'fgfiifff f , ig y Mike Crime James Hayes Tom Heckel I Q' , . i- 'H an y, f, , iii" Y a fi ,v gy ytyy. , vi. wavy: ,,, 1 :ii my ,K , .. ,rg ,,Mf5,m1afn5w,,,gf ,.-we ,Q IZ 's 1 I 44 ,+ nw., w L fs '-ff' Barbara .lohnson Twila Kauffman Elizabeth Kauffman 'K iz., Dean Kinsman Philip Lange Pam Lantz 9 "N, X me Doug Lehman Doug Liechty Bill Leininger 1" iwfffg it ii gli 51 43 , ,i 2 f f 'X'-+..g,lT?' . re 3' ET 'f 'Wir W f f th f Larry Lohse Ed Lugbill David Meyer Mark Meyer Kevin Miller Connie Miller Mike Miller Shannon Miller Paula Mohr .lulia Nafziger Beth Nelson Marlene Nofziger Pat Norden Diane Overmier Mary Palacios Cheryl Purdy Matti Purje Mark Quillet Debby Rice Joan Rice Karen Rich Brooks Richer Steve Riegsecker Lydia Rodriguez Nancy Roehl Stuart Schnitkey Joyce Schrock .lulia Schrock JoAnn Schwiebert Sue Shaffer Andy Short Donald Short Joanne Short Nancy Short Peggy Short Ward Short Paul Sigg Cathy Spotts Sam Stamm pairing W. . .P AT . . . Vocational School " WT' ' in get lc . gr ji- ij I Deborah Roth Rick Roth Bill Rueger Ned Rupp Carol Rychener Roger Rychener Dean Sauder Rosanne Sauder Steve Sauder -X ji - 1 X M get S l alio K F ifi S 1. ' Ii i K' if 5 ,. 'Q' Sue Storrer Speelman F xx 1 A l 55 1 l 2 Marlene Zimmerman Roger Zimmerman No pictures available for: Kay Burkholdcr, Judy Howard, Cathy Nofziger, ,lack Russel, David Vielma, Richard Volk- ATKHIS man, Douglas Wade. Gary Swalley Allen Stuckey Cathy Thieroff Toni Tijerina Eloise Uribes Roy VonDeylen Terry VonDeylen Crystal Walter Mark Warner Kirsten Weldy Brent Winzeler Linda Wolf David Wyse Mark Wyse Pat Wyse Sara Wyse Dan Yoder Denton Yoder Stanley Yoder Elisar Zavala - 1 3 Sophomores . . . Drivers Ea'ueatz'0rz . . . hio Survqf Test . sharp curves 3+ Joyce Arend June Arnold I A 'EL J 'i' ,,,f"' Kenneth Arnos Calvin Aschliman Ronda Baer Linda Bernath Peggy Beck Cathy Bertsche Lori Bettison Mary Bohner J Neil Buehrer , sg, Wendy Buehrer , ' Barbara Burk - Joe Burkholder A 5 Karen Clark i , fm 'l': .. M. , V ri in E' i ' :li fl' 4 5 John Cowell ' 22 'l" 'Q V ?7jl,J' V Ruth Delacruz V 2:3 i 1' Jack Dominique A 'V' A grief:-tt J Jeff Dominique ' ,, i s l Mike Dunning I hw .R if Keith Eicher Kevin Eicher John Engler Kathryn Etheridge John Fluckinger Martha Fraker Ann Frazer James Frey Keith Fruchey Diana Gallaga Joani Crime Margaret Hackett Dan Harmon Rich Harris Nancy Heckel Russell Hess Mike Hesterman Sue Hesterman Brad Hildebrandt Brenda Hill Mark Holsopple Beverly Horst John Huffman Gary Hurst Linda Hutchins Angie Jimenez Peggy Johnson Ron King David Kleck Linda Gautsche Nancy Gleason Marvin Cnagey Pamela Graf Barbara Grieser Jill Grieser Phil Crieser Becky Crime varsiy sports . . . stop signs bake sales . . . speea' laws . . . slave week . . . the ear on saturday night !!!f R Ir: ' Karla Klinger D 'd K avi ruse Rosemarie Laneve Stephen Lange Eugene Lantz Danny Leininger Suzette Leininger Peggy Lero Kenneth Leupp Michael Lindhorst Kevin Link Rick Little Timothy Ludeman David Lugo Manuel Luna Marsha Merrilat Debbie Miller Eileen Miller Elaine Miller Glen Miller Joan Miller John Miller Linda Miller L M'lle ynn 1 r Barbara Miner .loe Moreno Terry Mull Bill Nafziger Susan Nafziger Ann Nofziger Kandy Personctte Sandy Personetle Barb Plassman Judy Plassman Stephanie Rettig Roxanne Rice Anne Ripke Debra Roth Jenelle Roth Lou Ann Roth Patsy Rowe Shcrric'Rufenacht Larry Rupp Richard Saaf Tim Saneholtz Dennis Sattison Norman Schnitkey Connie Sharpe Cynthia Short Debbi Short Curtis Nofziger Karen Nofziger Edward Overmier Mark Pape H - A., S, M or .,V syy , is r if' 2 ' .. 211 :za 2 I V , gg, i :ft le Q ,,,i No pictures available for Rogerio Sierra, Don Corbitt, and Steve Corbitt. V was X Patrick Wyse Roxanne Wyse, Ted Yoder .lerry Zuver Dennis Short James Short Linda Short Timothy Short Patrick Sigg Eugene Smith Tom Smith Edwin Springer Susie Stamm Linda Storrer Steven Storrer Elizabeth Stotzer Bonnie Thomas Jeff Thompson Guillermo Tijerina Guadalupe Torres Dennis Volkman Sharon Vondeylen Georgia Wallace Pam Wanemacher Fran Warner Debbie Weber Kim Weldy Kevin Wyse Molly Wyse Q. I s r E r Y 1 r munwmwwmwswmmwnwumsmmavmnxmsswwwaw:s1swwwf"11!"'i3L'3""""" JAH , , , E RE Kiiiiliiisxxuumxwi 3 - J' ' ff ' "' 'I 7aiZa5"f'5?iaifl5f?li-fk ' 'kv ff Freshmen . . . reedom qt classes C 0 .A as, ll . . ' 2 I F 1 , 1 , .- .- 5 rf 1 l' , . r if , , , is J-ii 1 ,'EM.'2 'J h 2 f 14 515-'E f6.S'fS 3 ll , . 4 ,Q we i f fi 1,4 NA, s fi Q S l w ' -2 .11 W" :tk A+ .s i F NX ,, 1 K, 41 srfft ? W GE, M 12? lv 6: V f, . 'R if ggi L17 4 k 'Q Zi. M. i,,2,,,, x ,, s s ' A ,e sss +3 K I 'J an 452,561 ' me .1 iw ' w .M is . Q . ni I 1 11 ' is U' ft 2' Deborah Apger Robert Apger Marvin Armstrong Dana Barber Carol Beck Jerry Beck Kevin Beck Marilyn Beck Neal Beck Mary Benecke Danny Bernath Michael Bernath Scott Bernath Deborah Berry Nancy Bischoff Matt Boddiger Andy Brodbeck Scott Burkholder Brenda Cameron David Clark Tom Crossgrove ,Ian Dominique Jenny Dominique Terri Dominique Romona Dunning Myra Eash .lim Ebersole Susan Finleyi Josie Fuentes Mary Carman Cary Gerken Edward Grieser June Grieser Ann Hackett Vicki Hamm Ceann Harris Jeffrey Humbarger Sharon Jacoby Glenda Jantzi Patti Johnson Roger Johnson Peggy Keim Cheryl King Dan Kleck Sandy Lantz Connie Lauber Michael Lecklider Danny Leininger Edward Leininger Barbara Liechty Michael Licnau Craig Link .lim Lugbill Patty Lumbrezer Andrea Mclntosh Lowell Merillat John Meyer Arlene Miller Cindy Miller .lulie Miller Michael Miller Robert Miller Doug Nafziger Greg Nafziger Neil Nofziger ' Jon Nofziger Wendy Hcer David Hess Ruth Higgins Becky Hildebrandt Connie Hoblet Steven Holian Robert Holsinger Martha Holsopple 1'irtl 'tllfla , fl f in ,. , lfilu ill 4 C A i Mimi , . ,..,, N,,,e.,,,,,,H ,.,.. . ., ,NAM , my K GW .V H .i,t llyi ff ki! ia Douglas Short- Geoff Short Greg Short Harold Short Reid Short Steven Short Craig Spotts Mark Stockman Gwen Stamm Gary Oyer Keith Oyer Sally Palacios Dan Pape Glenn Patterson Sally Personette Virginia Quillet Cathy Riegsecker Mark Riegsecker Sharilyn Robertson Moses Rodriquez Debbie Rosebrock Gary Rosebrock Rick Rosebrock Dawn Roth Jim Roth Teresa Rupp Anne Rychener Debbie Sauder Paul Sauder Susan Schmucker Evelyn Seiler .lerry Sharps Vickie Shirey a'ecz'sions . . . dating. . . conflicts . Laura Stotzer Glenda Stuckey Sandy Stuckey Lynn Taylor Keith Thierry Rebecca Thomas ,larnes Trowbridge Joe Tijerina ,Ian Ulrich Mary Lou VanDoozer John Waidlelich Peggy Watkins Vicke Weires Debra Wesche Judy Wolf Edward Wyse Rodney Wyse Sharon Wyse No pictures available for: Vernon Ball Cindy Fultz Cathy Gore Estella Vielma boredom . . . excitement !! William Yedica Barb Yoder Robert Stamm Teresa Parsons L N 5 , if 3 r S fa as Qzm:vsQ,M Qapwf'v:vf1f.mgw..,fe+w,....,,,. ws ,sa me .mmmmmwwmwmw wwwmmww fwwaww Ezghth Grade the time to ...laugh...c1j2...tease Grace Aguilar Diane Amstutz Lois Andre Dan Arend Terry Aschemeier Denny Baer Lenny Baer Gary Beck Greg Beck Judith Beck Mark Beck Lynn Beck Teresa Beck David Bernath Daniel Bettison .lenny Bischoff Vicki Bischoff Patti Brodbeck Cindy Buehrer Todd Buehrer Cathy Burk Dawn Cannon June Childs Cathy Clair Ronald Cody Karen Cowell Timoth Cro le . Y Y Andy Dominique ,lane Dominique Nick Drain George Emmons Victor Eash Cecilia Eicher Carolyn Fluckinger Becki Frey Marcia Frey as ka ..:- ,, 5 Www l Fl? l K? y , 1 ww . his ffh, , ' rip ,gf I 'rf if :' ,J . QM' ' View ,ffm .xx , f 1 5 Sy ' 2 W af . Y 2 ' if , -fi ,W as ' IU .4 W 552, , . iw., 1. f 5 ,N g, i mf' . ma , f 'W aw nf 1 'ft' . faq, B, KGB. Q ' A 1 X, H ,yykb ef J 5 . 1 ., if .Q if if if f k 9 1 fa ..,' 4-5, f, ,fha 1- V ,,, awww Ei WWW V ai, J,, , ii, 1 , ax Vky, L J, - VLVL SE P-. ri A I ,Ay-x f' :VI my f vw 1aawa iawg faux 'eil' Wyfi HMT A 1 rk' I wi: M ,,,, 'f V , , i ik, K fa "-iw ' ' Z "f ' :fi'ff, i',,f 5155522 W e V iyyyy me 'i'1 -. - " g ' "if , QM " ""' 'ff -211 ',h,, K1 4 W4-" 1 1,:. i ,.1,,,,L,. i, la, fe ,f ,e gi H ai 2 W QX, w - , f5!if.Y212, f V 5 V . . S 1 ,, ,.,. 3 V 'I if Q, W W 'M '5 , an M if a 3 H Stephen Lindhorst Lisa Mack Mark Madden Susan Merillat Margie Mignin Cindy Miller James Miller Kevin Miller Mary Miller Merrill Miller Pamela Miller Donna Moraz Ricky Fricke Tom Graf Ann Grieser Dave Crieser Sara Grieser Melinda Crime Tim Crime Dean Harmon Joe Heer Wayne Henry LuAnn Horst Dale Horst Pam Howell RoxAnn Hutchins Cary Johnson Sandy Johnson Marlo Kauffman Michael Kauzlick Harry Kohv Mike Kruse Pamela Lange James LaNeve Robert Leichty Mary Leininger by alk . . . wait in line or a'rz'nks squzrm . . . hate. . . love . . . be alive!! Theresa Myers Mark Nafziger Norma Nafziger LaMont Nofziger Lonnie Nofziger Ross Nofziger Michael Norden William Overmier Michael Penrod Jeff Phipps Brenda Plassman David Pearson Kathy Quillet Kim Rice Mike Robinson Bruce Rosebrock Billy Roth Ron Roth Charles Rowe Deb Rufenacht Rick Rufenacht Randi Sallows Randy Saaf Vilma Schenhals Ruth Schoenhals Sara Schrock Teri Sharps Scott Shirley Gwen Short Brad Short Lavonne Short Linda Short David Sigg Julie Silcox Jefferson Smucker Steven Spengler .V i .fsaziogss , I ll Q v 1 WZLEEJ5 WM, 2o i estot K W A--'Y -jg! V , . 3 'Gigl i A 'E To '23 f' o 1 K :Zo Q mr , tw- 'E A' so f . 6 all 1 I wma' liz xv-t if' N . W4 1 , N' we i g, 2 1 ,n.' ' A 'Vx A , uit QM! 3: in if 4 tl f we if V. . 9-2. . of 1 as L' ' 4' E 4 x Jr' D: twi g, , , o , , in ft 1, f ' I 131.5 :..'35.s if Z ' 1' 355 wx! Y, fra w it a -T .- ' "f :,fm,.:B1..wm-W .sw 3 , ,X Cindy Stamm Judy Stamm Laura Shirey Brent Stockman Karen Storrer .lon Stotzer Mike Stuckey Priscilla Sluckey Laura Taylor Rodney Taylor Cynthia Thieroff Alfa Tijerina Tom VanDoozer Mark Wanemacher Lowell Weber Don Welke Jeff Wells Anna Wlasiuk Cynthia Wyse LuAnn Wyse Greta Yoder Linda Yoder Timothy Yoder Sonia Zavala Susie Zimmerman Douglas Zuver Actz ztzes x W 1, Q , 1 X QU? : x .pw ,. , . Wm. fi- fs' W., M, mf. y I 5 4.1, 4, ,A -Qw- , -V ,wap , f aff' . b 4 . iz- A f 1 ' ,kvriih L- VM,-fm-.i Mgmt,-,, W ,za Qc , 4' ,e , W, N . 9.2 Q' ies L u 4 A nk. 1 Q' fa N 61 Drama Heightened as Marcellus puts on the robe. Marcellus finds peace through the robe. T -I r " ' , kh' V ' . . V - , f' fr, 4 ...Q , Q, ,av ., , - ,,u,' f r rrl' ,Wt vf---f ,.t.-sf. ,r., if ,L eaf .. +V. . .. ,pf ., Um, ,,ah?s1af 1g1f.u,. ,. , 6... .f,' H -"k , . . , V I ' A ,.., , ., le' -, in ff . : '- " Q ' 1 V: , "". -:gf . 'V zz, it " ,jzwfw ff s a ' ' ' - -'l' ' "" " 4 fs ,az 15 ., -, ,' If g. ,, .?s,,:A?ess,:fw ,ff-5 .a K 1- , 1 ,L ' 1, f ,afwfwl-Sat-1 .3151 .M-. in 1 , f green t . 1- 1- I . - 'Higgqp e . . M, 95.1.1 . 1 1 ff, 1, ,ffl 'f.:f. p2i .yi 5 wie? '52 ., , ,ff V - z' ,, ,:-vf.??s3ws,'.1'1.fe .rj -: :,, f4'li ' rp ,f-3.15, f 'fi lam .,,, f, , . I .V ' . f ,',' ,-,' 1 f e, T' T L 'T - ,c-l ,.o, .-,J.g2f:eszz ,,,. ffrfegrsflfi'F'f'Vfff.s:wi3fS?ff'1e:'1-fffflffafzsxww:is.fs,:fm-weiszszwgggggrfsg91 - 3 1 My r,o' -1 f5'?5M -".r' . , .. S , "' - ff ' - , , V. vwffifg 1-wi-Mafha' fs ' ' . ' ,t to ' A 5 The Roben Marcellus greets Diana. The Junior and Senior classes united their dramatic skills on Nov. 20th, and 22nd, to present the play Q'The Robef' Their efforts, along with the efforts of their director Miss Nofziger and set director Mr. McDonel, were greatly appreciated by the audience, which nearly filled the auditori- um for the two performances. The play centers around the lives of a Roman Enturian, Marcellus, and his slave, Demetrius. lt tells how their lives are changed by the Robe which Christ wore at the time of his cruci- fixion. Principal roles were: Marcellus, Bruce Rupp, Diana, Jane Gleasong and Demetrius, Keith Aschliman. Demetrius is hesitant to give Marcellus the robe. Q f X ,, Q---AN--Q-.-I-. an 1.1. rename- we "Taming qt the Shrewj' "The Necklace" "The Witches" Front: Jim Fluckinger, Sue Plassman, Con- nie Nofziger, Cathy Thieroff, Mark Warner Dan Yoder, Paul Sigg, Beth Nelson Keith Gnagey, Chris Rychnner, Barb Kleek, Faith Wyse Patsy Ebersole, Nancy Short, Cathy Thieroff, Toni Crieser These three one-aet plays were presented hy the Junior and Senior Classes on February 26th, tlireetefl by Miss Nefziger. M iss iss 21912 2' Madness x . i Mississippi Madness . . . This was the theme ofthe 1971 .lunior-Senior ban- quet which was held April 30th. Guests were welcomed at the door and ushered into an old Mississippi Steamboat. There they were treated to punch and then escorted ashore for a lovely dinner served in front of an old southern man- sion. As the guest ate, they could view a lovely garden complete with live birds and also negro slaves working in the cotton fields nearby. Other attraetions for the evening of entertainment were: Formal dancing accompanied by the i'Page 6', from Bryan, Hypnotism, Movies, Informal Dancing by "The Originalsw from Defiance, and bowling. Parents served a breakfast for the tired but happy survi- vors. 1-...- 1 .m PAM GRAFF, Freshman CRYSTAL WALTERS, Junior LINDA WOLF, Sophomore RENEE RUPP, Senior Raindrops keep falling . . . - - - OH my head ueen, Barb Dominique Junior Attendants: Mary Hartshorn and Randy Bostleman W' ' We "The Blue Machine" had support, Spirit of "71" "I think I see a blue machine." S core board told the sxory!!! Homecoming 1970 An almost blue machine . . .l f'-gk N 'xW5QiS'2S"-wi "ii X L-"X . ,Y Q? gsiaaxtf : XXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXQ Meg Hackett and Ed Lugbill Sarah Brown and Sky Mastersonw " uys and 0115 'J "Follow the fold and stray no moref' was thc admonition to the audience at Archbold High School as they enjoyed watching the cho- rus' interpretation of the broadway musical "Guys 'n Dollsfl lt was presented on April 1, 2, 3 and 5th., to a completely sold out house. The musical which had its set- ting in New York City, told of the influence ofa young mission work- er on a gang of gamblers. Martha Nofsiger and Bill Beck "Miss Adelaide and Nathan Detroit Randy Stuckey and .lay Aeschliman "Benny Southstreet and Nicely-Nicely Johnson" RIGHT. Dale Phipps as Arvxde Abernathy sings "More I Cannot Wish You." "Not that I wish to seem petty!,' l hope he gets stabbed by a Studebaker." "A bushel and a peck." "All you Eeeeeeevil Sinnersf' "Let me tell you a little story 79 M usic ARCHBOUP HGH SCHOQL SENQQR AND ACHPPELLA 535525 frfzmfatfff 'ff APRIL - ., W, ,,,, 3+ Accompanists: Beth Riegsecker, Cathy Spotts, Kirsten Weldy, Pam Wanemaeher, Sue Ann Arthur, Darlene Leinginger, Karen Rich, Suzette Leininger, Martha Nofziger. P racn ice makes perfem. A Choir Senate: BACK ROW Dale Phlpps Ron Stuckey Steve Storrer Bull Nafziger. FRONT ROW Beth Rlegsecker Charlmda Wyse Barb Kleek Beth Nelson, JoAnne Fiehtz Senior Choir The vocal program at AHS continued to provide students with many and varied musical experiences. They presented concerts at many ofthe local churches, performed a Christ- mas concert, appeared at civic groups and highlighted their year with a performance of the Broadway musical "Guys and Dollsf, Mr. Dave McDonel . . . - a smile for everyone - Folk Group, BACK ROW: Bob Crossgrove, Keith Aschliman, Bill Beck, Randy Stuckey, Ron Stuckcy, Tim Cries' er, Dave Sommer. FRONT ROW: Kirsten Weldy, Nancy Short, Karen Rich, Sue Ann Arthur, Barb Kleck, Julia Schrock. C-.- . .,.. I X! I, ,., W NW s l so tl T Girls' Gleia The training choir performed a part ofthe annual Christmas concert. They also competed in the music auditions which are sponsored by thc state music organiza- tion. This year these were held at Napoleon, Ohio. The training choir worked at learning the rudiments of good choir performance and vocal production. Training Choir B4 Exciting rehearsal of "Guys and Dollsf, Mrs. Engler patiently rehearscs strings. J B Q25 Glee String players put in extra time Strings ,,........-sv-"""""" Bob feels the beat!!! Symphony Band The Symphony Band under the direction of Mr. Thomas Ehrman continued to he one of the superior performing groups at the school. They strived for and for the most part achieved tonal, harmonic, melodic and rhythmic perfection. Saxes strike a melodious chord. Mr. Ehrman makes a point. 8:30 A.M. The Coneert Band provides a training ground for fu- ture symphony hand members. In their own way, they reeeive 3 t0l21i mUSiCHi CXpCT'iCT1CC. oncert Band "That Certain Something f if ABOVE: Presenting the 1970 Marching Band. BELOW: Tom marches on. LEFT: Charmaine lwirls flaming baton! . if ' Qft- ',', fm J 1970 Marching v X 5 5 J si? 2 5 A ,355 , "lf V id' ' 1 I , M- M 1 i5f' i 5 "V, if 'f,5,'5'19""- Qf' Q 6 gf . fry A llimlfgi I? "Y'.. ' 3' N. ' K N L' fi . "ig - ji . WX. Q L! 'f . .f , 2, A , , a , - VXwnw ,rdf W ?gXJl S i.s A 9,64 , , , .f 'f' xx If Y ,-sf srl "Fi ' A .. " '. 0. I 'L -1 , s I - X - .. 'wx rg' gg, as ' K ""f'f f u' A ' W 0' 5? A Brass Sextet: Peg Keim, Deb Sauder, Cathy Hiegsecker, Ed Leingin- Cr, ,lim Ebersole, CeAnn Harris. l Woodwind Quintet: Kirsten Weldy, June Grieser, Patsy Ebersole, Julie Schrock, Suzette Lcininger. Vocal Trio: Linda Short Meg Hackett Debbie Short Woodwind Choir: Suzette Leininger, Deb Weschc, Lynn Taylor, 90 .Darlene Lcininger, Crystal Waller, Cathy Thicroff. Soloists: Lynn Taylor, Ed Lciningszr, Suzette Loiningcr, Patsy Ebcrsole, Darlene Leininger, Deb Wcsche. Ensembles Flute Trio: Kirsten Weldy, Beth Nelson, Joyce Schrock. ,Y y 8th Grade Band The 8th Grade Band provides a further experienee in ensemble playing as well as eon- tinued work in technique and other skills which lead to finished musical perforinunees. They performed several limes during the sehool year and reeeivecl inueh praise for lln-ir efforts. 8th graders "tune-up." -f :.:4x W' W 'ffl wt 15-3 N Xxx Mamma sf?-G3 nl an 1 uw 4 -:Nw-:gif . 1, -gy. , 1 we 2 lk 5,i l'f K5 A - A ?1l'2'J"1Q I ROW 1: Coach Dilbone, Tony Crime, Grant Bernath, Mike Hackett, Ned Graf, Joe Pursel, Tim Griescr, ,lim Stevens, Dennis Lugo, ,lim Nafziger. ROW 2: Coach Furko, Keith Aschliman, Jerry Zuver, Dave Sommer, Bob Crossgrovc, ,lim Wcyandt, Fred Dominique, Jake Dominique, Bruce Martz, Jeff Short, Eugene Lantz, Steve Storrer, Kevin Wyse. ROW 3: Head Coach, Randy Riddle, Doug Lehman, Stan Yoder, Tom Heckel, Marty Dominique, Roger Rychcner, Russell Dohm, Mel Holsinger, Stuart Schnitkcy, Mike Crime, Ted Yoder, Mark Quillct, ,lack Russell. ROW 4-: Kieth Eicher, Jeff Dominique, Ed Overmicr, ,lohn Cowell, Kevin Eicher, Manuel Luna, Dave Lugo, Ed Springer, Steve Lange, John Huffman, Joe Burkholder, ,lack Dominique. " he lue Maehz'neJ' . . . 1970 . . . the Memorable ootball Season . . . more tender loving care? Each Player refewed len' der loving care. Coaches Dilbone, Riddle and Furko. ,lake Dominique looks for open field. The Archbold Bluestrcaks took on a new image last year which was christened "The Blue Machine." The Blue Machine acquired more than the obvious winning season. An eight game winning streak tallied by the streaks broke a previous record of 5 straight wins. The Bluestreak grid- ders also took their place among the other school trophies and a N.B.L. Championship pennant now hangs in the school gymnasium. At thehelm of the Bluestreak attack was the new head coach Randy Biddle. Mr. Rid- dle not only "built characterw with the boys but he gave the school, the community and the boys a magnificent year of football! Special recognition for Tim Grieser included the following: Ist Team Halfback, NBL, NWOAL, District and State by AP and UPI. Tim was also selected to play in the North-South Game at Kenton, Ohio. Special recognition for Robert Crossgrove included: Offensive Guard and Defensive Linebacker, NBL, NWOAL and District, State 2nd Team Defense by AP and UPI. One of many exhilerating moments for State star Tim Grieser. Mr. Kiddie is mighty proud of this sign GRID SCOREBOARD. AHS OPPONENTS 26...Wauseon... ....O 42...Northwood ....O 35 . . .Bryan ....... . . . .6 38 . . .Liberty Center . . . . .8 32 . . .Patrick Henry .... . .O 27 . . .Swanton ........ . 12 56 . . .Evergreen .... . . . .6 51 ...Montpelier . . . . . .0 20 . . .Napoleon . . . . .30 XX YREAKS H363 9 6 RZ! ll ' 3 ' ik g 32 Q' 2 A , ' ? f,11, x n l, Lk , . - ., 'i yitrfp, Q a. WA ,' Y-:if 45 '31 . .Ak , , ,fg L 'fa K ,W fin-11 1 X 4 U mammamx fix I' SBS v-"0 O -.Qi. if rs i ii no , Q is .. S S " - if' . ff 5 F of ., - i ff. ar. H e , SRA mA, S , Sig .fm W . .A1,g I A ' RJ sa if so W r W 1 J S ... ' J 9th Football, ROW 1: C. Link, J. Sharps, S. Bernath, T. Crossgrove, N. Nofziger, D. Bernath, M. Boddiger. ROW 2: J. Meyer, K. Beck, J. Tijerina, G. Short, G. Short, J. Lugbill, J. Humbarger. ROW 3: Mr. Beck, D. Clark, D. Kleck, B. Stamm, R. Johnson, A. Brodbeck, J. Ebersole, J. Nofziger, and Mr. Fraas. unior H zlgh Football Shows Promise Ebersole threatens! 8th Football, ROW 1: Manager, R. Moraz, T. Graf, M. Penrod, A. Dominique, M. Kauzlick shows potenual Nofziger S Spangler L Beck G Beck. ROW 2: C. Rowe, T. Yoder, B. Liechty, D. Grieser, W. Henry, D. Arend, R. Cody. ROW 3 Mr Llrol G Beck R Saff, B. Rosebrock, H. Kohv, D. Bernath, M. Kauzlick, J. Smucker, and Mr. Miller. 98 Pat sets the pace! ROW 1: Bill Beck, Ken. Leupp, Brooks Richer, James Grieser, Heikki Heikkola, Dan Nofziger, Dean Kinsman. ROW 2: Dennis Short, Steve Riegsecker, Richard Harris, Paul Sigg, Paul Keim, Pat Sigg. Coach Walker checks the results with team leaders. Cross oun tw "Run, Run, Run, just as fast as you canf' That is the tacked on motto of the Bluestreak Cross Country team. This year was the Harrieris Sth season and they post- ed a very respectable 8-l record, beaten only by Swanton. Mr. Walk- er coached his boys to 2nd place in both NBL and NWOAL and they ran to 3rd place in the Sectional. 00 Varsity Squad, BACK ROW: Coach, ,loc Furko, Tony Crime, Keith Eicher, John Cowell, Doug Lehman, Randy Stuckey, Rick Merillat, Lowell Merillat, Marty Dominique. ROW ONE: Grant Bernath, Dennis Lugo, Dave Lugo, Bruce Martz, Blaine Martz, Stan Yoder, Ted Yoder. Coach Furko was pleased and very proud of the 1971 wres- tling squads as they wrestled to a 12-0 rccord in dual-match competition. A Gold modal trophy at the Napoleon matches, a 1st place trophy in the NWOAL league and a 1st place tro- phy in the NBL league were some of the rewards of the sea- son. This squad now has a 31-0 record in the NBL league for the past five years. l Wrestlers Earn Trophies Lehman applies a "figure 4 Reserve Squad, BACK ROW: Kevin Link, Mark Pape, Dennis Short, Dan Leininger, Dan Leininger, Jr. Zavala, Richard Clevenger, Ed. Leininger, Ed. Overmier, ,leff Smunker. ROW ONE: John Cowell, Roger Rychener, .lim Short, Tom Smith, Craig Link, Scott Bernath, Monty Nofziger, Andy Dominique. LEFT: Yoder gets a take down. -.1 Stuckey looks for a possible receiver. Basketball Varsity Squad, BACK ROW: Stuart Schnitkcy, Jerry Zuver, Jeff Short, Keith Aschliman, Tim Grieser, Dave Meyer, Doug Vajen, Coach Jack Miller. FRONT ROW: Steve Storrer, Kim Weldy, Mel Holsinger, Fred Domi- nique, Ron Stuckey, Ed Crime and Robert Crossgrove. Stuckey looks for the basket. Keith at the charity stripe 3' ...,-,gLQ,ll,M-WW" " 'iit fi " f ,. H "' QQU' U ug: 2 'W A 69016 -M K 4 2 jx. ' 11:4 'ii1"'Qfl5iiiw 54 gg .. Q :Q!gXxUn-K bl . K, aaiaa ' 9' . .... me . -... at ' in Jeff finds a loose ball. SCOREBOARD ARCHBOLD OPPONENTS 86 ,,,, Erlon . . ..... 59 74 ,,,, Evergreen . . . . . . . .44 70 ,,,, Delta ' .............. 75 90 Liberty Center ....... 49 .... 70 .... Stryker ............ 39 82 Evcrgrcon . . . . . . . .66 89 .... Van Wort . . . . . .71 63 ,,,, Bryan ..... . . .70 49 ,,,, Napoleon . . . .61 83 .... Stryker . . . . .66 87 .... Montpclicr. . . . .65 51 .... Swanton ..... . . .55 72 ,,,, Wauscon ...... . . .54 100 .,,, Patrick Henry ....... 71 65 ,,,, E Bryan ........ . . .67 74 ,,,, Wauscon ...... . . .62 38 .... Delta .............. 35 73 .... Ottawa Glandorf ..... 55 TOURNAMENT 81 .... Paulding ........... 44 60 .... Patrick Henry ....... 67 Coach Miller plots strategy. Crossgrove fires strike. 10 Stllflkey Ollt-PHCCS OPPOHCHL .5 j 'fx Crime shoots jump shot! Basketball Action LEFT: Grieser puts in an easy one. BELOW: Crossgrove doesn't Believe it either FROM LEFT: John Englcr, Bill Nafziger, Daw: Klcck, Phil Criuscr, Tom Bencckc, Daw Meyers. Slu- art Schnilkcy, Michael Limlhorst, Steve Storrcr, Kim W0l4ly', Mark Holsopplo, zmll Courh Dave Rvx. Squad Posts 14-4 Seasen Reserve ezsketball 6 BACK ROW: 9th Grade Basketball Squad: Coach Wendell Beck, Dan Kleck, Jim Ebersole, Roger John- son, David Clark, Jon Nofaiger. FRONT ROW: Andy Brodbeck, Tom Crossgrove, Kevin Beck, Neil Nofziger, Edward Wyse, Dan Bernath. 12 H zlglz Basketball Junior High Basketball continued to provide a good proving ground for the young roundballers. Coach Beck was pleased with his 12 and 4- record as was Coach Lausc with their 9 and 3 record. 8th Grade Basketball Squad: ROW THREE: Dave Bernath, Cary Beck, Mike Kauzliek, Bruce Rosebrock, Randy Saaf, Ron Cody, Coach, Ken Lause. ROW TWO: Dan Bettison, Craig Beck, jon Stotzcr, Mark Wanemackcr, ,lefl Wells, Dan Arend, Tim Yoder, Mike Stuckey, Jim LaNevc, Kevin Miller. FRONT ROW: Dale Horst, Bob Liechty, Wayne Henry, Lynn Beck, Rick Rufenacht, Mark Beck, Brent Stockman, Mark Nafziger. 4:i2fxiiiizi2iQ'ii2b ' 45539 555317 Coach Mr. Larry Lirot, Joe Pursel, Richard Spiess, Brad Stamm, Lonnie Blosser, Andy Brodbeck, Peter Short, Bill Boyer, Bill Beck. The 1971 golf team posted a very impressive record this sea- son under their new coach Mr. Larry Lirot. Their record in regu- lar play was 8-5. They placed 2nd in NBL and 4th in NWOAL. Andy Brodbeek earned the most points for the team and Brad Stamm with an average of 40 had the lowest average. Four sen- iors lettered for 4- years in golf. They were: Brad Stamm, Rich Spiess, Lonnie Blosser and Bill Beck. BACK ROW: Bill Beck, ,Ioe Pursel, Rich Spiess, Brad Stamm, Bill Boyer, Andy Brodbeek, Peter Short, Lonnie Blosser, Coach, Larry Lirot. FRONT ROW: David Hess, Jeff Humbarger, Glen Miller, Glen Patterson, Eugene Lantz, John En- gler, ,lames Hayes, Craig Spotts. QE ls Wii' Honest, the ga IHC Eg E Sim Em Wasn t Hxedu Zuver looks for the mark Baseball 08 Coach Beck Gang believe ity Another hit for Springer and Stuckey. Q' ffm'-Q. 2 it 5 iii 5153:-i!.L.,1s?5a . 1 Lxywv ,, .. D, i ikyiimgit Q 4, f VI ,l . y y :,. K ftgigj P r V.-J ' ' 55' nl travel- E' .35 .' V 1 f -. 1512? ' I - ff- - x?fT,5'1l li X 11,36 ' .riiwll ,V ' -f , 3 N,,A, , 1 .V .-i, :M Vg:-G-wsitry I KM M ,wr ,, - MVHZH A I 3 N 2 S Q , it VV ta, Q 'Z' ' ' Q11 ,M jfpva law ' ' N-.. - " -' I " 1 !,' ic' 3' V ' ,,,...-.-- WN.. ' :V ' 1. Q y' . i V . ya-.tf,,,,, , ly V VVV, ,, 4 , 4 . , .gp A W' if " W V - - ,pf jg ,. VH g,:,Vh,i"?t:g,a at Q ,M ff--ax -Wafer ' . 1 ' ,i',Jg,lf '. Q,Vfl,fV'lF ' N 'eff l w -A 'ly RV" "ll, I 4, g ,M 4' 1-'us I.. -:fx , Y ,713 1 53 xx ' ' , we N 1 t Q we -:lift 1x25-' V Q,V ' uf, g M A vc peg -W' V 11' lil il-A ' ' I - Q wh' 4 -"A I 3--f F42-1 Q i4 ' I' I V N ' '5"'jic,-ff V' W3 .ij Vg, 3.33 'fig ,V .,, t film 'f 5, f 4- 1 -' "' -,V ,, - , 5 im, V A , ' .VA ' gt, V V, . 4 4,15 ,, 4, ,may V , ,371 ' - V, "-VVtj',:-,yu A 34, ' ,xr 'B .' f f' A " , X V " 71 f fl-' 4' A " f" ,,,. V4 5, ,' ,, -P, 5' ' Q Q 1. , t -V 4 .. 'J ' 2 fa I gllsffat, ij 'Wil TVQH1. ' X4 'uf r all ir, rw f' i,1"1W ' w 4: 4 welt' N X' f 1 N V 1 1, r :fr ,, , N , 2 -- ' gr, , ' . ,,,,ff,,,, , , VVV, - ' Sv if I ' N N ... 1 1," V 1 1 1 , x I - Fly! I "" ' ' 4' S' EEF' -' sf- E Eg F' '54 ' if f f iff V HSL - ' " ff 'eg' ' - Y V ' ' w Q -g ' ' X ' . . Vq gl, W ' ' V I M , a ., 'X -' ., - r N W v,,,,,,,, VV V ' was L+ new t ' ' .4 cliff, ' 'B ' A , , 'Mff'fWn"e he ---gli ., W . A lf - - . -I ., ,. ffl . 5" , ' E ' . , , '- E: Q a - ' E ' ggaif-'M ' - ,, ,.,, , W V SEE Wx 55- ' VJ -Q .L..w.!. X , V- ,yiffjgg Yfviima VL ,QV yi, ,K 2 , V I , N V M ,,,,,,, M QV . ' ' ' as Va, ,, t ..,, We ' ' ,gli 1' ,' 'QQ--fl' ' f- U' '- msd 51 ,tail 51VV.Z.,73h: 1 5, f . . ' , fd' Q ff, . . . T ' fly' fe 'geapzgf ', M, an . ' 1 It JA gy 4, ,,V,, f- ' , , A L 5' ,,.j' uqligyi' fp, ' .mu -, W ' it 'Q ,-" , ,W V 0 X U - V, 5, .V,V,V,rVV, V . 1 ,, at ,,,N t , l, L 11 u, 2 Q ' . K A ' f W ff' 'B QL ' ' ' ' ,""",,'f7 ,,,,, " ' . 4 'yt L- ,V A.:-,,..,.Mfw -f-af' "fn, ,f ,KV V , Q V . , iv lfliii' ' A 53254 if f ' : f N isfrfi? , , fl A . 'P lk' 1"-,f Zia 3 'f , - R 4. f " r qft-pg "' in 7 , it 5 ' I -5' '-If 7305 ' " 97 fl- N 2, ' " ., f ' e . W ' " Ll ' , 'E Y - ' F' , A ,,,,, ay A, W ,V ' ' . " gf' , ,,., we V' ' ' " 351' M'Q'4A., WS, 56 ,' V ,. V, ,, ra 3, 2, ,, it J MV ,VVV h v, ,.,, :rf I 1 ', 1 fr ,e ' x f , . ,,i J ,, f" 4 ,,, j .wgyxg 4 'WH V M' ' L 1, nfl fg1i2'?y W . ,, i , ' wp Ln Q- iw W af lg' ' ZW tflelfweg xr gg W Tkiwa 4 if 'Q 'N " xgw Nm 'sem 'MMNW Ng' ga, me "VS wa-1 FRONT ROW Tom Crossgrove Matt Boddxger Nell Nofzlger Tlm Short Ed Ovcrmmr Steve Hoffman Mlke Cr1mc BACK ROW Jlm Sprlnber Dave Kleck Doug Vajen Jerry Zuver Stuart Schnltkcy Ron Stuckey Bob Crosegrove Ed Crlme Coach Wend1llB1ck Coach Wendell Beck was very pleaeed mth the Baseball team last yc ar Thclr rrcoul lst Place NWOAL 2nd Place NBL and a wln at the Sectlonal Tournamm nt Ed GFIITIE' rr CC1VCd the Most Valuable player award and lerry Zuvcr had the Best Battlnb Avtrag Stuart Schnltkcy was the Most Improved Player Crossgrove 4 year letterman Ed Grlme burns one n bl 8 5 a? 'A'-Efm? .r if A img el- zw On ,N W ,.qy.,.,.xa-vw.-1 !,,,1"a""'W M12-nnmmm"'Q Www W ""Pf?MFi-wi'-If My ww- 14 de rumma- Although the over-all performance of the track team was disappointing, the individual effort on the part of most of the members of the team was considered outstanding. Mr. Riddle in his first year as coach felt the team lacked depth hut that it had been a fine group of boys to coach. The Relay team of ,lim Stevens, Fred Dominique, Kevin Wyse and Tim Griescr qualified for District competition. BACK ROW: Mike Hackett, Jim Stevens, ,lim Weyandt, Fred Dominique, Jeff Short, Tim Grieser, Kevin Wyse, Doug Lehman. ROW TWO: Pat Sigg, Paul Keim, Rick Merillat, Ken Leupp, Kevin Eich- er, Richard Clevenger, Dan Nofziger. FRONT ROW: ,lim Grieser, Dennis Short, Michael Lindhorst, Mark Pape, Rick Saff, Paul Sigg, Jr. Zavalla. , it . 1 'I'l0 Track '71 Track Queen, MARY BETH SHORT kk L., K .,,. . :VK Alltogethernow...l...2...3... Varsity Cheerleaders, LEFT: ,lean Arnold, Norma Britsch, Martha Nofziger, Jane King, Jane Arnold. Reserve Cheerleaders, LEFT: Don Weber, Linda Short, Angie Jiminez, Kirsten Weldy, Sue Ann Arthur. Z Me, 444 W? "You're kidding! The rain didn't stop them. Freshman Cheerleaders, LEFT: Cathy Ricgscckur, ,lunny Dominique, Anne Hackett, Terri Dominique. Spirit Leaders Homecoming game spirit. f ' ' -f-irwa ' it . wa. wi' ,, 1513 41 " Q' " 'Q 1 4- ir r"' at ff of uf 4- w t g QQ," Y "',,', 1 . . In ' YZ, Q" ,, ,,,. , " . . What so proudly we hailed" , The Hells' Angels ride again. 8th Grade Cheerleaders, LEFT: Cathy Burk, Laura Taylor, Lisa Mack. TOP: Jane Domi- nique. f f , ,Lf 1. 5144 242' f alt.. A I ' " I ju, If J ffl 1 ' f fs..-, -12.1. .. A V1 ' 5.3 ..5f:,,, ,i K f"'fj7s7ifTf' Q. Q 41 W .,.,f,,. . "if ":7F"t"ff:-rajzf-9f1"' 5,554 . y ,f I i T . n W 14v,-,. za 7' ' 'Y L Q A J' T ' 1 , ' .. 'EL V ,rl J 4 4' 6,5 Am' 1 W- . -L 1 if L' . J i H' s 'Vw , ' .1 1 P " t ' 1 K " ' 4 .iw Hwiirfji vigr x f ' ' I I 1 1 5 1 or i . 1 f C ' , Eifiizflff -1 4 , J 1-.zwizefftr f f if 1111is,:'?mffafwfe2f'ii ' 1 4 ima' vtttew'-52-f,iL:fQ' 4:1 11 , f I R if 2 . stss . f F W t YL . Qu in ,V 3 12? ra r L if , 13: Q. H wav, 1 if F. in . xx V, jf? ,L t :Q A, M 1 .11 my I , . rw . Y 1 Q I ', 3. A 4 i ,ga 29 " ' . , ,rn Q ,M Mg Z ,rf , e W ?,,?i3g,34 a 'mf' 1 if' 2 'M 4' 'Jvi 'Y al M' 4 313: J? . + sq? . 7, 5 F . W N A W , -an .1 ,gi AM' 4 1 1 if . .3 'r f? -5 I-' 'pw u ' 'rv A 271561 fvfi V .M ,L f fl ' 3'5'ww -J' 'L br' P' 53 ?'Iggi'iJ?:?3fH fl V' lf., - ' 71- ' A 1 1 ,.,. M FFA FFA Sweetheart CHARLINDA WYSE State Farmers: Ronald and Randy Stuckey. Not pic- tured but also State Farmer was Jay Aeschliman. Parliamentary procedure ruled during the FFA invclings. The group toured Liechtyls. Lugbill's, and many farms. Thrvv boys were chosvn as State Farmers: Ron Stuckoy, Randy Stuckcvy and Jay Auschliman. Ron Sluckey also had thc Star Bvcf and Pork Projcvts. lst ROW: Mr. Callaway, C. Oyer, L. Morillal, D. Nofzigor, Trcasg J. Criescr, Student Advisorg K. Cnagey, V. Presidcntg Ron. Stuckey, Presidentg S. Ricgseokcr, Reportefrg R. Stuckey, Sec.g J. Aschli- man, Sentinelg D. Bernath. 2nd ROW: R. Little, S. Miller, S. Burkholdcr, C. Miller, ,l. Waidclich, G. Hurst, D. Nofziger, S. Short. J. Beck, M. Quillel, J. Trowbridge. 3rd ROW: K. Nofzigcr. D. Volkman, D, Leininger, K. Arnos, R. King, P. Gricser, L. Rupp, J. Short. B. Richer, M. Holsopple. M. Licnau. . .. . . .. ,.,, f --J. . ...1.u. . ......::...Q.511.11.xx11as-1:n:.1w"NilsenrmaremallsG21:umm:rwgggz''gifs2,i1:::2QMEHWH:fkiieftfwvfE2-5z31f?!l2?5WQ2?i2SLEiZ515WiTfffff'f"551f,'2i5bi3'Tififli?5fnTfY .. .. .... . . . . .... , . ..... - .. . - .. lst ROW: Mrs. Weldy, S. Robertson, S. Finley, C, Personettc, Sec., E. Miller, V,P.g C. Armstrong, Re- corder, K. Trowbridge, Treas.g S. Hesterman, Pres.g B. Meyer, B. Cameron, R. Wyse. 2nd ROW: N. Bischoff, A. Ripke, C. Purdy, L. Roth, G. Stuckey, D. Baer, M. Beneckc, S. Wyse, S. Personoltc, S. Personette, S. Short. 3rd ROW: C. Mclntosh, J. Roth, A. Miller, D. Apger, C. Miller, D. Barber, A. Barber, B. Crime, L. Hutchins, S. Stamm, R. Rice, B. Hildebrandt. Let's serve tea. FHA FHA promoted tha' ideas the members had learned during Home Er. Thr-y served the FFA Bamluc-t, gave a style Show, wont tobogganing, and had a tally pull. The tree is decorated. 9 Science lub Science Club motivated its members in many dif- ferent ways. All members were urged to display an experiment at the Science Fair. They all worked hard and made the Science Fair a great success. Jim Nafzigefs work paid off because he won a trophy for his outstanding experiment. FIRST ROW: A. Jiminez, C. Burkholder P Burkholder L Alexander C Repogle SEC OND ROW: A. Short, R. Harris, C. Thleraff B Hill THIRD ROW P Ebersole N Rupp T. Benecke, J. Nafziger. Clerical skills. Small engine repair. Betty Crocker Award PAM BOSTLEMAN 44" Accounting. Drafting. Four Radio Mechanics. Vocational Auto Mechanics. Appliance service. Coumfy School Beautician. Queen: PENNY HITT .lr. Accounting. ',.. Related course work Future business leaders. Studying Hard? Pep Club ROW 1: M. Nofziger, R. Laneve, D. Weber, J. Dominique, L. Short, E. Miller, A. Jiminez, L. Stot- zer. ROW 2: Mrs. Short, J. King, K. Weldy, K. Rich, C. Sharp, B. Hill, J. Schrock, J. Schroek, Miss Sharp. ROW 3: S. Leininger, B. Hill, J. Roth, B. Yoder, A. Hackett, N. Gleason, P. Ebersole, C. Short, S. Arthur, N. Britsch. ROW 4-: J. Arnold, B. Crime, J. Arnold, K. Nofziger, B. Plassman, E. Miller, P. Lero, D. Leininger, A. Barber, J. Arnold. f F419 J ilie J lg P' K 'l" J , ,61"t'j,, W. 7 The Pep Club cheered the teams on to many vic- M tories. The members did much work behind the scenes. . 1 Signs and hoops were made for basketball, while spirit QQ V ppV' 'p'pii' boosters were put in players yards the night before the J Q ,V game for football. 4 err. p rr Q f. , , , - WM, ABOVE: Deb leads crowd. ll U, Future ursesp ssociation President JoAnne Fielitz finds a friend while Vice President Jane Aeschliman and Secretary Mary Barber look on. FRONT ROW, Left: JoAnne Fielitz, Barbara Hill, Kay Arend, Carol Rychener, Eva Rande- brock. BACK ROW: Wendy Buehrer, Pam Graf, ,lane Aesehliman, Patsy Ebersole, Mary Bar- ber, Patty Johnson and Brenda Hill. The FNA Club gave interested students a chance to learn just a little more about the medical fields and their related subjects. The group had lectures by people in the field of medicine and they also toured the Fairlawn Haven Rest Home as a field trip. Their advisors were: Mrs, Helen lde, Mrs. Doris Ebersole R.N. and Mrs. Sharon Stuckey R.N. Club members appreciate lecture by nurse at Fairlawn Haven. FIRST ROW: Miss Sharp, B. Liechty. R. Wysv, ,I. Dominique-. R. Lt-Neve, M. Huvkn-tt, M. Nofzigur, L Short. L. Stotzer, A. Jiminoz, V. Quillct. B. Ymlcr, M. Bcriwvkv. P. Stwhrocdc-r. SECOND ROW: C Sharp. K. Burkholder, C. Nofziger, C. Buvk, ,l. Plussman. S. Nutxigcr, C, Harris. A. Hzuwkvtt. J. Arond L. Stotzcr, A, Rychner. S. Svhmuckcr. L. Burnulh. THIRD ROW: N. Clf'z1son.J. Arnold. J. Arn0ld,j Schrock, S. Arthur. K. Notnziger, L. Lcro. N. Bischoff, J. Wolf, L. Ail'XHIltil't', C. Rvpioglc. N. Rovhi FOURTH ROW: S. Plussman, N, Short. P. Lvro, E. Millvr, P. Ewvrsolo. K. Clark, A. Barber, M. Bar ber, B. Kleck, B. Nelson, C. Short. K. Wulmly. B. Plassman. GAA tlcvclopmi the lailvnts ot' .ill its mum- hcrs. Volleyball, haskutlvull and travk wore the thrcu sports in whivh thv girls pairtivipatcd. Thvy worked hard and won iiiuny ot' their ganics. BELOW Sue Ann dribbles. BELOW: Dig that crazy shot. H 'f FRONT ROW: S. Plassrnan, B. Riegsecker, N. Rupp, B. Plassman. ROW TWO: S. Rufenaeht, S. Sehmucker, P. Wanemaker, S. Nafziger. ROW THREE: P. Ebersole, D. Leininger, J. Fielitz, S. Leininger. ROW FOUR: C. Burkholder. P. Burkholder, Miss Rupp. The FTA met regularly and these meetings helped many girls realize the need for teachers. The members toured the Vocational School to see how different people taught. They also graded pa- pers for the elementary teachers and they tutored some of the slow learners ofthe elementary. FTA STANDING: B. Riegseeker, President, K. Gnagey, Historian. SEATED: P. Ebersole, V. President, T. Grieser, Treasurer, J. Fielitz, See- retary. 127 The NHS serves as an inspiration for under- classmen to strive for scholastic improvement. The noon meetings were not always scholastically inclined but all members had the four cardinal principals: character, scholarship, leadership and service. ROW 1: S. Wyse, L. Wolf, K. Weldy, N. Wyse, N. Britsch, P. Dominique, K Walter. ROW 2: Mr. Beck, C. Burkholder, B. Riegsecker, M. Nofziger, K Cnagey, C. Wyse, N. Rupp, P. Ebcrsole, B. Benccke, J, Fielitz, T. Gricser, .l King, Mrs. Keim. ROW 3: R. Rupp, B. Nelson, M. Hackett, K. Aschliman P. Sigg, T. Grieser, T, Benecke, B. Rupp, M. Warner, J. Nafziger. ". .. the symbol of kno unused . . ." Renee tells all. wledge Officers: .lim Nafziger, President, Bev Bcnccke, Secretary-Treasurer Mike Hackett, ,Vice-President. Charlinda is keyed. Ralph wants details before he attends "D Code" committee meeting. ress Secretary-Treasurer, JoAnne Fielitzg Vice President, Bruce Ruppg President, Ralph Watkins. Student Council Student Council is made up of members elected by their class to help govern the school in regard to student affairs. Along with their usual tasks of running the Homecoming and the Thanksgiving Chapel they collected and mailed Clark gum wrappers to UNICEF. They also worked along with the principal in a matter ollgreat concern to the stu- dents - The Dress Code. FROM LEFT: Linda Short, Ralph Watkins, Vicke Wcires, Beth Nelson, JoAnne Fielitz, Karen Clark, Matti Purje, Keith Aschliman, Pat Sigg, Jim Ebersole, Bruce Rupp, Richard Clcvenger and Mark Boelter. Senior ACIfZ'UZ'fZ'6S LINDA ALEXANDER: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4: Scholarship Team 3: Spanish Club 2: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha 4: Ir.-Sr. Play Programs and Tickets 4. KAY AREND: FNA 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Stage Crew 3, 4. NANCY ARMSTRONG: FHA 1, 2, 3: GAA 1: Member of VICA at 4-County 4. BARBARA ARNOS: Band 1, 2: FHA 1, 2: FNA 1, 2: GAA 1, 2. CHARLES ARPS: Varsity Basketball Manager 1. JOYCE ASCHLIMAN: FHA 1, 2. MARY BARBER: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1, 2: Drama Club 2: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: Repre- sentative of Drama Club 2: Carousel 3: Guys and Dolls 4. ROSEMARY BARTEL? ANNA MARIE BECK: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Librarian 4. BILL BECK: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 4: Boys' Glee 2, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensembles 2, 4: Solo 1, 2: Scholarship Team 2: Ir. Play: Guys and Dolls 4. BEVERLY BENECKE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensembles 1, 2: Band Representative 4: Class Secretary 1, 3: Annual Staff 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Top 10 Honor Student: FHA 1, 2: FTA 1, 2: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1: Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 1, 2: Sec.-Trcas. of Pep Club 2: Treasurer of FHA 2: Sec.-Treas. of National Honor Society 4: Girls' State Delegate. GRANT BERNATH: Track 1: Football 1: Wrestling 4: Cross Country 1: Freddie Stamm Award: First in NBL Football: Second in NWOAL in Football: First in Gold Medals. LONNIE BLOSSER: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2. PAUL BODDIGER: Basketball 1, 2: Football 1, 2: Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3: FFA 1, 2: Secretary of Sr. Farm Mechanic Class at 4- County. LUIS BOETTNER: Chorus 4: Solo 4: Guys and,Dolls 4: Boys' Glee 4: Spanish Club 4. ED BOHNER: Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Wrestling 2, 3. PEG BOHNER: Pep Club 2, 3: FTA 3: Librarian 1, 4: Drama Club 2: Spanish Club 2. PAM BOSTELMAN: Chorus 1: Band 1, 2: Ensembles 1, 2: Class President at 4-County 4: GAA 2: Ohio Office Education Associa- tion Delegate to the Convention: Ir. Play: Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow: 4-County Representative 3. BILL BOYER: Golf 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Blue 'N Gold 4: FTA 1, 2: Scholarship Team 3: Librarian 2: Spanish Club 1. ROBERT BUEHRER: Chorus 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Ensembles 1, 2: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3: Librarian 2: Spanish Club 1, 2. CHARMAINE BURKHOLDER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: District and State 1, 3: Majorette 2, 3, 4: Blue 'N Gold 4: National Honor So- ciety: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Top 10 Honor Student: Pep Club 3: Alpha Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 2: Music Club 2: Vice-President of Science Club 4: Latin Composition Scholarship 2: District Winner of American Legion: Good Citizen's Award: jr. Play: Pork Queen: Fulton Co. TB School Press Award: Ohio Cancer Society Journalism Scholar- ship 2: Kiwanis Essay Award 1, 2. BOB CROSSGROVE: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: First NBL and NWOAL Football: All District Football 4: Second Team State Football 4: Chorus 1, 3, 4: Boys' Glee 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Carousel 3: Guys and Dolls 4. DARLENE DEGROFF: Librarian 1 BARB DOMINQUE: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3: Ensem- bles 2: Solo 2: Librarian 1: GAA 1, 2, 3: Jr. Play: Homecoming Queen 4. FRED DOMINQUE: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football All League Honorable Mention 4: CYO 1, 2, 3, 4. JAKE DOMINQUE: Track 1, 2: Basketball 2, 3: Football 2, 3, 4: Second Team Offense Quarterback in NBL 4: Most Improved Player 4: Co-Captain 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Ensembles 1, 2: Class President 1: Vice President of Class 2: Student Council 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Guys and Dolls 4. JIM DUNNING: ROMA DURST: MYRA EMMONS: Chorus 1, 4: Girls' Glee 4: Ensembles 1: FTA 1: GAA 1: Guys and Dolls 4: First Place Poem all Defiance Col- lege. ,IoANNE FIELITZ: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4: Blue 'N Gold 4: Student Council 4: FTA 3, 4: FNA 3, 4: GAA 1, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: President of FNA 4: Secretary of FTA 4: Sec.- Treas. of Student Council 4: Jr. Play: Carousel 3: Guys and Dolls 4: Student Director of Guys and Dolls: Top 10 Honor Student. HAROLD FRUCHEY: YOLANDA GALLAGA: FHA 2 DALE GENTER: Boys' State Delegate. PAM GERKEN: Cheerleader 2: Band 1, 2: Student Council 2: FHA 1, 2: GAA 1, 2. JANE GLEASON: Chorus 4: Girls, Glee 4: Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary 2: Class Treasurer 2: Blue 'N Gold 4: Science Club 1, 2: Scholarship Team 2: Drama Club 2: BPW Award 4: Sr. Play: Kiwanis Essay Award 1, 2: Pepsi Cola Award 3. KATHY GNAGEY: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl's Glee 3, 4: Blue 'N Gold 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1, 3: Drama Club 2: GAA 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: .Ir. Play: Sr. Play: Carousel 3: Guys and Dolls 4: National Merit Commend- ed: Top 10 Honor Students. KEITH GNAGEY: Football 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee I, 2, 3, 4: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Play: Carousel 3: Guys and Dolls 4: Vice- President of FFA 4. .IUERGEN GOERTZ: Football 1: Band 1, 2, 3. NED GRAF: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Honorable Mention NBL Foot- ball 4: Band 1, 2, 3. CINDY GRIESER: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1: Drama Club 2: GAA 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2: Car- ousel 3: Guys and Dolls 4. JIM GRIESER: Track 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Ir. Play: Sr. Play. TIM GRIESER: Track 1, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: All League Basketball 3: All League, All State, All District and Prep All American Football 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4: Ensembles 4: Blue 'N Gold 4: Spanish Club 3: Award of Distinction: Ir. Play: Carousel: Guys and Dolls 4. TONI GRIESER: Cheerleader 2, Chorus I, Student Council I, FTA 3, 4, Drama 2, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. LINDA GRIME: TONY GRIME: Track I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention Football 3, First in NBL and NWOAL in Wrestling, First in Gold Medals, Third in Invitational in Wres- tling, Most Improved Wrestler. MIKE HACKETT: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Solo I, Class President I, Class Vice President 3, Blue 'N Gold 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Top I0 Honor Student, Student Coun- cil Scholarship Team I, Spanish Club I, Rotary Award, Jr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, Boys' State Delegate. LINDA I-IESTERMAN: Cheerleader 2, Band I, 2, 3, Ensembles I, 2, Class Vice-President I, Annual Staff 4, Top I0 Honor Stu- dent, FHA I, 2, FTA I, 2, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, GAA I, 2, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club I, 2, GAA Treasurer 2. BARB HILL: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Science Club I, 2, 3, FNA 3, 4, Librarian 2, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. PENNY HITT: Chorus I, 2, FHA I, 2, 3, Jr. Play. BILL HULL: PAUL KEIM: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Intcrmural Basketball 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, State Cross Country 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, Boys' Glee 2, 3, Band I, 2, Ensembles 2, Jr. Play, Carousel 3. JANE KING: Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Class President I, Annual Staff 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top I0 Honor Student, GAA I, 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4. KAREN KING: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Ensem- bles 3, Annual Staff 4, Science Club 2, Librarian 2, Drama Club 2, GAA I, 2, Spanish Club I, Jr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. BARB KLECK: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Class Presi- dent 3, Class Vice-President I, Blue 'N Gold 4, Student Council 2, 3, Science Club 2, Scholarship Team 2, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent of GAA 3, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. BARB KRUSE: Band I, FHA I, 2, GAA I. DARLENE LEININGER: Glee Club's Aecompanist, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles I, 2, 3, 4, Solo I, 2, 3, 4, Choir Aecompanist I, 2, 3, 4, Arion Award, Scholarship to B.W. Summer Music Clinic 3, All Ohio Band 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Music Club 2, Spanish Club 2. 3, Jr. Play Stage Crew, Sr. Play, One-Act-Plays 4, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. LINDA LERO: Chorus I, FHA 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Aeeounting Club 4, First and Second Year Award in GAA. BETTY LIENAU: FHA I, 2, Scholarship Team I, FNA 2, GAA I, 2. DEB LIENAU: Annual Staff 4, FHA I, 2, FTA I, 2, GAA I, 2, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club I, 2, Sophomore Attendant. DENNY LUGO: Track 2, Football 3, Wrestling 2, All League Second Team Football. BLAINE MARTZ: Football I, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. BRUCE MARTZ: Track I, 3, Basketball 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, NBL and NWOAL All League Football 4, NBL and NWOAL All League Wrestling 3, 4, Gold Medal Winner Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. JANET MERRILAT: GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Training Choir I. RICK MERRILAT: Track I, 2, 3, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, First in NBL, Second in NWOAL, First in NWOAL, Sectional Champ, Two Gold Medals, and Two Invitational Champs in Wrestling. MIKE MEYER: Chorus I, Vice-President ofSr. Ag. Mechanics at 4-County, Secretary of Ag. Council at 4-County 4. SANDY MILLER: Band I, 2, 3, Majorette I, 2, FHA I, 2, GAA I, Freshman Attendant, Volunteer Nurse I, 2, Class Treasurer at 4-County 4. VIRLINDA MILLER: Student Council 2, FHA I, 2, GAA I, 2, Girls' State Delegate, President ol' Sr. Accounting Class at 4- County, Vice-President ofTradc Council ol' Business at 4-County. VICKY MULL: Chorus I, Science Club I. JANIE NAFSIGER: Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Blue 'N Gold 4, Drama Club 2, GAA I, 2, 3, Jr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, Jr. Homecoming Attendant. JIM NAFZIGER: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Most Improved Player in Football 2, Second Team NBL Football 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles I, Solo I, Top I0 Honor Sutdent, Elks Leadership Award, Blue 'N Gold 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, President of National Honor Society 4, Science Club 4, Scholarship Team 3, Spanish Club 2, President of Seienee Club 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students, International Science and Engi- neering Fair Finalist 4, Mikc Desmond Memorial Award 4, Out- standing Teenager of America 4, Jr. Play, Boys' State Delegate. CONNIE NOFZIGER: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles I, Annual Staff 4, FHA I, 2, Science Club I, 2, FNA 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. KARLA NOFZIGER: FHA I, 2, 3, Librarian I, 2, Spanish Club 3, Vice-President of FHA 3, Jr. Play Stage Crew. MARTHA NOFZIGER: Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 2, 3, Scholarship to Baldwin Wallace for Summer Camp, Blue 'N Gold 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top I0 Honor Student, Student Council 3, FTA 3, Scholarship Team I, 2, Drama Club 2, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, Readcr's Digest Award, Sr. Girl, Elk's Leadership Award, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, Out- standing American High School Student, Delegate to Jr. Science and Symposium. M. DAN NOFZIGER: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, FFA 3, 4, Member ol' Livestock Team, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. RANDY NOFZINGER: Track I, 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling I, VICA President and Secretary 4. DALE PHIPPS: Chorus 4, Boys' Glee 4, FTA I, 2, Librarian I, 2, Drama Club 2, Jr. Play, Guys and Dolls 4. SUE PLASSMAN: Chorus I, 2, Girls' Glee 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles I, 2, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian I, 2, 4, Drama Club 2, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Sr. Play. JOE PURSEL: Track 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling I, Golf I, 2, 4, Chorus I. EVA RANDEBROCK: FNA 4, Sr. Play 4. CHLORIS REPLOGLE: Science Club 4, GAA 4. BETH RIEGSECKER: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles I, 2, 3, Solo I, 2, Class Treasurer 4, Scholarship to Music Camp, Vice-President of Band: Sr. Repre- sentative to Choir Senate, Choir Aceompanist, Blue 'N Gold 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top 10 Honor Student, FTA 4, President of FTA 4, Drama Club 2, GAA 3, 2, Secretary of GAA 3, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. ELAINE ROTH: Science Club 2, 3, Librarian 1, Spanish Club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, .lr. Play. BRUCE RUPP: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Wrestling 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 2, Class President 4, National Honor Society 4, Student Council 3, Elks Leadership Award, Sr. Boy, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, Member of Outstanding Teenagers of America. DANNY RUPP: Track 1, 3, Basketball 1, Football 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boy's Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Carousel 3. IOE RUPP: PATTY RUPP: Class Secretary of 4-County 4, Member of OEA, Jr. Play. ReNEE RUPP: Cheerleader 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Girls' Glee 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 1, 2, President of Band 4, Blue 'N Gold 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top 10 Honor Student, Scholarship Team 1, 2, FNA 3, Drama Club 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, President of GAA 4, Outstanding Athletic Award 3, Sr. Girl, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. CHRIS RYCHENER: Homecoming Attendant 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Ensembles 1, 2, 3, FTA 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, One-Act Plays 4. VICKI RYCHENER: Science Club 1, GAA 2. TOBY SCHANG: PEGGY SCHROEDER: FHA 2, Science Club 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, One-Act Plays 4. RUTH SEILER: FHA 1, 2, 3. MARK SHIRLEY: Blue 'N Gold 4. BETTY SHORT: Chorus 1. DIANNE SHORT: Chorus 1, 2, Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, GAA 1, 2. DOUG SHORT: Chorus 2, Boys' Glee 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensem- bles 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. JEFF SHORT: Track 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, Chorus 1. MARYBETH SHORT: Cheerleader 1, Chorus 1, Drama Club 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Girls' State Delegate, Streak- 6116. PETE SHORT: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 2, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Rotary Award, Freshman Scholar at ONU3 .Ir. Play. DAVE SOMMER: Track 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 3, Sec- ond Team in NBL and NWOAL in Football 4, Chorus 2, 4, Boys' Glee 2, 4, Ensembles 4, Annual Staff 4, Guys and Dolls 4. RICH SPIESS: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, I.M. Basketball Team 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 1, Spanish Club 1. JIM SPRINGER: Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. CURT STAMM: K. BRAD STAMM: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Lowest Average in Golf 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 1, Scholarship to Band Camp 2. JIM STEVENS: Track 1, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Jr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. RANDY STUCKEY: Track 1, Football 1, Wrestling 3, 4, Base- ball 1, 2, Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Member Of Livestock Team 4, .Ir. Play, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, FFA Chaplain 3, FFA Secretary 4, State Farmer Degree 3. RON STUCKEY: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Third Team All League NWOAL in Basketball 3, Second Team All League NWOAL in Basketball 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 4, Blue 'N Gold 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Member of Livestock Team 4, State Beef and Pork Champion 4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, FFA President 4, FFA Vice- President 3. DIANE TAYLOR: FHA 1. DIANE THATCHER: Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee 2, 3, Science Club 2, GAA 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, Jr. Play, Carousel 3. JUVENAL TORRES: KAREN TROWBRIDGE: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 3, FHA Treasurer 4, Voting Delegate for FHA State Convention. DOUG VAJEN: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Baseball 2, 4, Class President 2, Class Vice-President 4, Class Treasurer 3, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 2, Scholarship Team 2, Spanish Club 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play. BOB VON DEYLON: Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2. RALPH WATKINS: Chorus 3, Boys' Glee 3, Blue 'N Gold 4, Student Council 4, Scholarship Team 3, Librarian 3, Top 10 Honor Student, National Merit Semi-Finalist, District Winner of American Legion. JIM WEYANDT: Track 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, Hon- orable Mention NBL and NWOAL in Football 4, Best Defensive Lineman of the Year 4, Chorus 4, Boys' Glee 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Jr. Play, Guys and Dolls 4. BONNIE WYSE: Science Club 3, GAA 1, 2. CHARLINDA WYSE: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, En- sembles 1, Secretary-Treasurer of thc Choir Senate 4, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 2, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Spanish Club 3, Jr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, Fresh- man Homecoming Attendant 1, FFA Sweetheart, Top 10 Honor Student. DOUG WYSE: Class Treasurer 1, Award of Distinction. FAITH WYSE: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Class Secre- tary 1, GAA 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Won Mixed Doubles in Ping-Pong 3, .lr. Play, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, One-Act Plays 4. KAREN WYSE: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, FNA 4, Drama Club 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. NORMA WYSE: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 1, Class Secretary 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Top 10 Honor Student, Scholarship Team 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, Award of Dis- tinction, 31200 Scholarship to Goshen, National Merit Semi-Fi- nalist, Sr. Play, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4, American Legion Award 1, 2, 3. RHONDA WYSE: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Treasur er 3, FNA 3, Spanish Club 3, ,lr. Play, Sr. Play 4. SALLY WYSE: FHA 1, 2, GAA 1. TERESA YODER: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Ensembles 1, 2, Solo 2, Librarian 4, GAA 2, Music Club 3, Carousel 3, Guys and Dolls 4. A cknowledgememfs The following businessmen, merchants, professional men, service clubs and others have made this annual possible through their fine cooperation and financial assistance. The 1971 Staff and thc cntire Senior Class wish to thank all who are listed in the Directory for their kindly assistance and encouragement. The presence of your name indicates your support your interest in the school and the youth of this community. A 81 P Food Store Archbold Buckeye Archbold Dry Goods Archbold Lanes Archbold Medical Group, Inc. Archbold Rotary Archbold Sales and Service Archbold Truck Lines Arch Motel Bancroft Cleaners Vincent Beck, Insurance Bernath Super Dollar Bil-Jax Inc. C 81 R Furnishings Christy Motor Sales Colon-Gype Rambler Sales John Couch Country Squire Restaurant Crossgrove Garage D 81 W. Collision Service Deluxe Cleaners Dick and Deeis Photo Dielman Supply Enterprise Cleaners Farmers and Merchants Bank Fielitz Builders First National Bank Forecraft Inc. Fraas Plumbing 81 Heating Georgeis Field 81 Crop Service Herb Grieser Trucking Dr. Hal Hackett Hayes Poultry Heer Garage Hess Shoes Hughes Radio 81 TV Huner Jewelry lckeys Bar 81 Grill Jim 81 Dale's TGA Junioris Sohio Kleck's Home Bakery LaChoy Lantz Electric Lauber Clothing Lauber Manufacturing Leininger Home Supply Liechty Farm Service Liechty Motors Lugbill Brothers Meadow Gold Milk Willard Mack Herb Meier, Insurance Lloyd Meyer Miller Brothers Miller Gas Co. Nafziger Ice Cream Nofzinger Motor Sales Dr. J. Peters Oriville Pursel Quick Printing Red Cross Drug Store Rice, Pugh, Plassman, and Rupp Rufenacht Clothing Paul Ruffer Rupp Agency, Inc. Rupp Furniture Co. Rupp Lumber Co. Nelson Rupp S 81 W Mills, Inc. Sauder Manufacturing Lowell Sauder TV. Sauder Woodworking Co. Scott Theater Donald D. Short, Insurance Short Furniture Co. Kenneth Short, Insurance Storrer Contractors Storreris Marathon Stotzer Hardware Stuckey 81 Short Auctioneers Toledo Edison Tri-State Elevator Co. Wyse Motors Sales Jesse Wyse, Sewing Machines Lowell Wyse Trucking Yoder Sz Frey lnc. Yoder Compost Young Spring 51 Wire Zaerr's Home Restaurant Zehr 81 Co. Dr. Sterling King TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" N JL mL flu LJ 3 if ,ami xfgff' Cf-xg C M3 ki K . fy ff M f m I ww N! 0 o VI I 1 f fxr ' FN w X Y i X Y , 3 ,D '.i VA! 5905.3 . fb yoalet' if QU Q I. V S 11 Q V Q LLAWD 73' W, KVM' 90 EQ? qw Qi, ,.,,,.., , , VV.-,-,v,-,......v.-.......p-e..+.4.1""-'---v-M--W'.,.4-4-31-v-ve - w .w.wr--- ,M . ,- f--, l - 4 nv. .w -.a.......-,. ... . . . """'-H-rv.-l...,.-....,...,7. ',', 5 ' 1 Ht M 4 H ,lM.,,,,,.,.,v,.,....,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.Wg.,..,,m+.m.xM,xvgqqLgg11j:'1f1g1:,y,,gg:-ggfvyggifll,,wQW5TQT,T2,!T.I2V!1!.f7flTf3fT!.H,!T!1f+.-3.I !.3.f,1,1,.f3', bf M 3- -s.L-..- ff- X , ...... ..,..,. .,.., . ....... .,.,. M .. , .... ., , ., H,H,U1y y,,yH.sHq41gyy4.,4.,U.,,,-.Uyvnnuuw1.gx v'.14 'V' ' :xr .iz .W '49- T-Il .rf -Q--. H.-Q1 -v-.., ,.,.,. ,., ,.,. .... -..., ...,. 1-,. .V- '74 F4- N ...., -1-, A-.. 5-. ,,. .ru "T: .512 I-L2 .5 W 4-E, ,- --Q K, X ,, I 5 3 1- 3. 4? in . '3 M Y. 'A 31' n n U . A ,M n. EE via 1 I2 . 'iff E-' V'-s 3 Ii. 3 nil " Z ,.,..22 PI Ei :F .ui 1 Q1 " HQ, ,.. 0511 H" ' 1-If . gg-1 E, . 51 ,,. J Q4 .. 0-, Y J' if Ls .. ..- rr '-- -A ll', u A '1 ' 2 , hh. 1.4! F 1 In 9 we 4 pa.. FV' PO? " ia A ,xii Om, 'U --as f- All .,.,. un? .z..4. TK' .,.,:. 1,531 :M .. ,,,., vw ,..,1 ,.., , , v- , V-1 Jw T- . 2"x -v


Suggestions in the Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) collection:

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

1959

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Archbold High School - Blue Streak Yearbook (Archbold, OH) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.