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

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1 I' J V- , 1 J f .T!' ,JT ...Tl fizigil mir- .. N V-. 1- .. ,... 11:1 :.. J.,i . ' 'rl' 111' p. 1:1 Ffa, I I l I .1 1.' ::..: I 1 , J .xiii-: 4 5 Q S a if Those were the days IH .V fri en d We thought . N 7 they d never end We 'd sing and dance 6 forever and ez day . We'd live the life we choose -fy' , WJ We 'd fight and never lose . . For We Q Q " Q , Vk,k K., Q X 0 i1 "Q" u sf, ' ' ,in W WMQWP - M -:,., is Q an were young and Sure to have our way Uh yes .nil Q, , M ' Q, 'Mgt I iw' 'M' those were e days. Gene Raskin Q ' " f As'sf-SJ11Ssvr51wims4sr:iSirx:.ePwXaPQ1x'r21keQ1isQw2N1mbwH"""?EefQimx2S?.vmw1m--wig--1,N. M 1 S es fmuWY1DfIf?:1.5f:s24Qfgg1L2.1".QxmR4sLWSm2 ima is I 1 SE 101-25 4 .2 ff 4 Wim Q. " ' ,"' X I8 S an.- n annul aw Q WW 6 Q, Don 't let it bring you down It's only Castles burning just find someone Who's turning And you will come around Y 515 Stephen Stills unix ,- O V3 1 Moving the mountains That got in our Way Prayer books and meetings To find a plan Deciding the fate of The family of man Three Dog Night Tim Short, Vice President Joyce Marie Arend My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue,' An everlasting vision of the ever changing View, A wondrous Woven magic In bits of blue and gold, A tapestry to feel and see, impossible to hold. . . . Carole King June A. Arnold Kenneth J. Arnos Calvin Jay Aschliman Peggy Beck Linda Kay Bernath Catherine' Sue Bertsche People all over the world 10111 hands H Lorl Ann Betuson Ojays Steven James Brlghty Nell Roger Buehrer MP" ,X Wendy Sue Buehrer Barbara A Burk l qxtbgn gh Josephl Burkholder Karen Sue Clark .lohn E Cowell -a"""' Jack Dominique Jeff Dominique Daniel J. Dunson Peggy Durham Keith Alan Eicher Kevin Dean Eicher Sitting on my own, not by myself' EVerybody,s here with me I don't need to touoh your face to know, And I don 't need to use my eyes to see. John Erie Engler . . Cat Stevens . neither can Linda and Eileen it... Yes Kmth they re very nice. Linda Sue Gaulsche Nancy Ann Gleason Marv Gnagey Eleazar Gracia Pamela S. Graf "Anyone have an extra 1llow9 Joani M. Crime Marsha Merillat Crime Barbara J. Grieser Jill Ann Crieser Phillip John Grieser Rebecca S. Grlme Margaret Helen Hackett Richard L. Harris Nancy Ann Heckel -E .W im , Q. Russell R. Hess Mike L. Hesterman Sue Ann Hesterman Bradley E. Hildebrandt Brenda Sue Hill Mark Lee Holsopple Beverly Joy Horst John William Huffman Cary L. Hurst . . . far out, K' 'v , and . . . suave new ideas? Peggy Lee Johnson Elizabeth Kaufmann r foreign exchange student O Will you try to change things, Use the power that you have, The power of a million o 1 Ronald Dean King Dave Kleck Chicago Karla Jane Klinger David M. Kruse Diana L. Kunkle Rosemarie Kathryn LaNeve Stephen L. Lange ur resident foreigner 1' 1. Diane Gallaga Leahy Danny Ray Leininger Suzette Adele Leininger Peggy A. Lerol Kenneth L. Leupp Michael D. Lindhorst Eugene H. Lantz i Isn't life thrilling? Kevin Link Rick Little Winter, spring, Summer or fall All you have to do is cell. And I '11 be there, You'Ve got a friend. Timothy A. Ludeman Mary B. Martz . . . Carole King Debra Lee Miller Eileen Miller Elaine Miller Glen A. Miller Joann Miller J. Scott Miller Linda Anne Miller Sometimes in our lives 'Y W Lynn D. Miller .hn.,-m1' We all have pain We all have sorrow, But if we are wise We know that the1'e's Always tom orro W. Bill Withers Barbara Ann Miner duff- 'J Seniors found '73 an amusing year. "I knew you were in theref ee -mmm' 24k 1 Terri Mowery Joe Moreno Terry Lee Mull Bill Nafziger Susan Faye Nafziger Ann Lynette Nofziger Curtis Lee Nofziger Karen Nofzinger Thomas Oberdieck Edward H. Overmier Mark W. Pape "Hi Momln Kandy Personette Sandy L. Personette Barbara Plassman Judith Claire Plassman Stephanie A. Rettig Anne Louise Ripke Brilln, Pano, and Buford acc uno. Sometimes it would get lonely, But it taught me how to Cry. And laughter Came too easy, For life to pass me by. a a n Gordon Ligh tfoot. Xi I Xen X s 'L .f2'1:' Th f l ia's food is so-0-0-0 good!" Jenelle L. Roth Lou Anne Roth Palsy Ann Rowe Sherrie Ann Rufena1'ht Larry K. Rupp Tim Saneholz "t' easy, Martha. Dennis M. Sattison Connie Sue Sharpe Cynthia Eugenia Short James Short Linda Lee Short Tim Short Debra Kay Short Dennis Short W i AC or DC? Pat Sigg Dean E. Smith Edwin E. Springer Keep those cards and letters coming, folks Susie Marie Stamm Steven D. Slorrer Linda Storrer Elizabeth L. Stotzer Bonnie Lou Thomas "I'm called lillle bultercupf' Guillermo Gonzalo Tijerina, Jr. Dennis Volkman Have you lwo ever met? Sharon S. VonDeylen Georgia Annette Wallace Pamela R. Wanemacher Happinvss is . , . Meg arriving at srhool and Sue leaving school. Q Fw-W '--rr Wi? azufzufaww f 'V .A :Q I We We We We can make it happen. can change the World now. can save the Children. can make it better. fm ..V,, 2,:f,fa11.4 Q K Y-'j f jgif Y y fl h I 4331347119 I 1-,, ,AQSH 2? 1 1 -,ggi , 'ss " . . .Chicago Fran Warner Deborah L. Weber Kim A. Weldy Kevin Lowell Wyse Molly Lou Wyse Patrick Richard Wyse Roxanne Wyse Ted Alan Yoder Jerry L. Zuver Awards Day LEFT: Steve Storrer, Honor Student and Outstanding Senior Boyg Tim Short, Honor Stu- dentg Mike Lindhorst, Honor Student and Rotary Scholarshipg Margaret Hackett, Honor Student and Arion Awardg Judy Plassman, Honor Student, Reader's Digest Award for Top Senior Student, President's Scholarship at Capital University. i l l , W, LEFT: Elizabeth Stotzer, Honor Student and Award of Distinctiong Linda Gautsche, Honor Student, National Merit Com- mended Student, Menno Simons Scholar- ship at Goshen College, BPW Scholarshipg Richard Harris, Honor Student: Peggy Lero, Honor Studentg Stephanie Rettig, Honor Student. J Z ABOVE: Georgia Wallace, Regional Art Awardg Sue Hesterman, Freshman Scholarship, Adrian Collegeg Peg Beck BPW Scholazshipg Calvin Aschliman, Award of Distinction. ABOVE: Scott Miller, State Farmerg Mark Holsopple, lst in Agriculture-Mechanics, State Farmer: Phil Grieser, 3rd in Crop Production, State Farmerg Larry Rupp, State Farmer. ABOVE: Suzette Leininger, Honor Student, Arion Awardg Wendy Buehrer, Honor Studentg Linda Short, Honor Student and Outstanding Senior Girl. . I 5 ' W Q , I . AWS ,N fi fi' ' W I i if 3 f is 1 ,' fy' ff 'L 9 l 'fl 5 " M Q' gf 5 f 4 if X f 5 .P r . 1 s ,L Q ' . 1 A J' 5 5 1 F if if S' if Q si, ff Ks' EL f J uf 4 f 5 ,A gy M 5 1, gg- ind zs Swkff vfw 5ifHvWw W ifipf fwfx -QA ' 'X ,S ? x 4 l ' F .J Q Q?:,.l,,::- .J -' ,Ji 'E 1' M? j 5' 1.1 Swig, -tp If is img L If 5' , 4 . ,NK Am-. 1 f A J 5 gb' jjgii ,W jf ff .3 5 gt z,,. 5' .9 :,,1 i f55iS - ., ,. W... Ny., L. J 4 -fm. 1--fx Y I '12, " Y x! 1' A I T 12,5 5 W asvwfgsef wf-z f . A,,, ? ,, J Q 5 , .. Q f' 1 4 : R ,, if 3 . is sl--M 5. ff gf H g ,wig K ?1JEffg,,.,,fK I1 ,L , 3 f X ' ' Q 1. L, Q .f +1 1' 1 N X . Q Q w 'S , 1 H . f..- K 191, .,,.,.,, N wzgfy- in S. X gf' 3 L --13 .F 1.,L 15' 1 -,fi if 5' , SL-,Mft I? 1, ,I-,f -iwmi? gi :sf 5.5Q- Q Sa, gxlrg x 5 HQ .. ,X :N 'E - Q H A , 0,5 WW J ,,., W 1 M M5 hx f f' ,www 1 Q 1 -'-- fs me E Q 5 k v "P: N f SL Q f S q,,, -, W. 3. ,ff-H.. V f -A-1, wwf ,.,, .aff .... ' K fi s P 5' Be RJ T- EW: i, wi Every Senior Trip needs . , . "concemed parents" . . . L 1 t.,, ..mm...-mu. . . .a bit of reverence . . . Y 4 se as I if ...TVprograms rr! . . .great chaperones , . . ..,.......-Q.-5 ...boattrips... ..... . . .X rated statues . . . a good boss!! , I I . . . impressive buildings ...partiesintheha "' ff. 5 -QQ Af . , 1 Q K agile, 0 IIIUS r w l V F l 1 f , . .cutglass . .. V, .. ny Qzgf::1.s,fff:'1 " M .ff . . ' ff Zi? iv' - 'V 1 fm: ,X z is 1,1 wi ' -s a :H 5 -2 in fi M is IIL. 1 f I5 . . .WRX in ..fA . . .wax soldiers . ' ff an , vi ag fx, .9 3 'fi' ' 'A 5 1 ?l W' M5 1' X nd E fi? wg, A f 5' A5 Z' as 2 9 Q Q, 2 fa f J . .,.. ,f J 'iz A ,M WW! . . .VISII to the U.N. . fx l if W .-nl . P' " X K -. . L --VVV . l , A y 1 1 , 4.4 p g.. ,,.. " l 1 , A K 1q:15vv:9!!f L, . "-!. "?:w- 53W " ' "' -:5!!735E??fi' ' ' - ' , K , . . .food to Sl1Sl8lIll1fC . . . . .a big welcome home . . . . . .search for mom and dad 1:9 . . .tall columns UNDER CLASS- MEN 'We'll Sing in the Sunshine Gale Garnett 'I'Ve Gotta Be Me" Walter Marks 'We'Ve Only just Begun" Williams-Nich ols IUHIUFS . . . "We,I1singin the sunshine" Deborah Apgc-r Rolwrl Apgvr Marvin Armstrong Vernon Ball Dana Barlwr Carol Bcvk jerry Buck Kvvin Bw-k Marilyn Bvrk Neal Bs-vk Mary Bmic-vkv Danny Bscrnath Mike BCI'IlLllll Scott Bernalli Deborah Bs-rry Cinday Bingaman Nanvy Bischoff Mall Bodcligvr Andy Brmlln-uk Scott Burkliolrlvr Junior Class Officers: Roger Johnson, Prcsidrfzlg Andy Brodbcck, Secreturyg Vicke Weires, If Pres.g Jeff H umbarger, Treasurer. David Clark Thomas Crossgrovc ,Ian Dominiquv Jenny Dominiquc Terry Dominiquc' Josie' Hash James Elwrsnlc- Kathryn Etllcridgf 'lf "Lf Anne Hackett CeAnn Harris Wendy Hear David Hess Becky Hilde-brandt Connie Hoblvl -fi ,,1. ' ,:,7r,f:. Q Glenda Jantzi Patti Johnson Ruger Johnson Peg Keim Chu-ryl King Dan Klcvk Sandy Lum! Con nie Luuber ever dey Martha Hulsopple Jeff Humbarger Sharon Jacoby Wk'I1fiy' Leahy Mivhuel Lvvklimlvr Dan Llallllllgil' We 'II Ie ugh Steve Holian Robert Holsingcr X v Q Y, r Ed Lviningvr Mivhael Livnau Cralg Lmk Jlm Lugblll Pat Lumbrezer Gayle Mclntosh Lowell Merillat John Meyer Sally Palauios Dan Pape Glenn Patterson Sally Persorlelte Arlene Miller Robert Miller Julie Miller Michael Miller Doug Nafziger Greg Nafziger Jon Nofzigcr Neil Nofziger Cary Oyer Keith Oycr Virginia Quillct Cathy Riegsecker Sharilyn Robertson Moses Rodriguez Teresa Rupp Ann Ryrriwricr Dcbbiv Sandor Paul Saurivr Susan Sclimucker Evelyn Sailor Jerry Sharps Douglas Short Geoff Short .VQ-.. N Jenny Rohcla Deb Rosebrock Gary Rosebrock Rick Rosm-brook Dawn Roth Jim Roth , A is Wx . . . We'II sing in the sunshine Greg Short Harold Short Reid Short l Steven Short Glenda Stuckcy Sandy Stuckcy Lynn Taylor Keith Thierry Rebecca Thomas Joe Tijerina James Trowbridge Jan Ulrich Estella Viclma Craig Sputls Gwen Starnm Rohvrt Stamm Mark Stockman Laura Stotzer Then We'lI be on our way! Lori Bankey Kim Wyse Rmlnvy Wysv Sliarun Yvysv Bill Yvdirfa Barbara Yodvr John Waida-lif'l1 Pvggy Watkins ,Y -, ,N Q ,X Vicks Wc?ires Debra Wt'Sl'lll? Judy Wolf Edward Wyse " it E A W1 ,rl1, fi, 5 , will I, f Q. , lf , f is m i ,.,A ,ff i ' f Pivturvs not available for: Cheryl Armstrong. Bri-uflzi Cunivron Manuel Luna, Cindy Miller, joyve Durlium SOphO1iHO1'6S . . . "Whether I'm right Qs-.Q 'QT Lynn Berk Mark Beck Tvrvsu Beck Gracie Aguilar Diane Ainslulz Lois Andre- Dan Aronrl Terry Aslneinvlvr Denny Baer Lenny Baer Gary Beck Greg Beck Judy Beck Sophomore Officers: Ann Cries:-r, Treasurerg Jeff Wells, V Presizlzfnlg Patty Brodbfn k Prfsuifril Lu Ann Horst, Secretary, Daw Bvriuitli Dan Bvllisun ,Ivnny Bisvlmff Vim-ki liism-linff Pal Brmllivvli Cathy Clair Ron Cody Karen Cowvll Tim Croyle Andy Dominique: .lane Dominique Victor Easli Cecilia Eichcr George Emmons Carolyn Fluukinger Becki Frey or Wh ether I 'm wrong I O I Grant Drake Cindy Buehrer Todd Buehrer Cathy Burk Robin Campbell Dawn Cannon .lunc Childs Q Davie Cricvser Sara Gris-ser Melinda Grimv Tlm Grimc' .loc Heer Wayne Hun ry fm mi, g ix Marvia Fray Ricky Frimzkc Danicl Graria Tom Graf Ann Criffsvr Sandy .fohnsnn Marlo Kauffman Mike Kauzlirk Harry Knhv Mike Krussr .Igmcs LaN0vc Dale Horst LuAnn Horst Pam Hmvvll Roxann Hutchins Gary Johnson Whether Ifjnd . . . Mary Lvininger Steve Lindhorsl Shiela MuCl0ry Lisa Mack Mark Madden www.. mf, ,, 4 M 4 . J 1 Pam Lange Robert Leichly Susan Mvrillal Stvvcn Mcyvrs Margie Mignin Cindy Miller Jim Miller Kvvin Millcr ii. 56 Mary Miller Morrill Miller Pam Miller Donna Mnruz Thc-r4-sin Myvrs Mark Nufzigvr Q'- www A place in this world or never belong i 'Sl' Norma Nafzigfvr LaMonLc Nofzigor Lonnie Nofzigrzr Ross Nofzigcr Mike Norden Bill Overmier Michael Penroml Brenda Plzissmun Kathy Quillcl Mike Robinson Kandy Rohmlzl Bruce Rosvlirork Billy Roth Chuvk Rows? Dclilnc Rule-nLu'lit Rick Rufeiiaclil G 2 Vllllll Si ht nh als Ruth Sc hoc nli ils I'Ve gotta be meli' Teri Sharps Alice Shenlcc Laura Shircy Scott Shirley Brad Short Sa ra Snhrmtk I A - ..... .I-Ph Gwvn Short Lavonne Short Linrla Short Sherri Short Daw' Sigg lulir- Silcox .lvff Smuclur lnml Sp: ll! 4 r Stu: Spingler Cindy Slamm .lully Slamm Brvnt Sim-kman Q., 7. 'I' Jon Stoner Miko Stuukuy Priscilla Stuclwy Laura Taylor Rod Taylor Cindy Tliivrulf Alpha Tijcrinzi Mark WUllC?l1IHC'ilEf Lowell Wcbur Domus Ws'lk1f Donalil Dvnnis Jeff Wells Anna Wlasiuk Cindy Wysv LuAnn Wyse- Miriam jarquin Greta Yuclvr Linda Yoder Tim Yumlvr Nora .luun Rupp Roxann Russvll Sonia Zuvula Susie Zimmwrman Douglas Zuvur Mike Avina LaDrmnu Beck Piclurm- missing fnr Ron Rolli F1'6'ShHl611 . . . "And yes We've just begun Tcrcsa Apgcr Christie Badenliup Brian Bank Dawn Beck Jan Bcrnath Denny Berry Paul Bffrlschc Brenda Boddigfrr Jeff Bosco Pam Bowman Kim Brighty Holly Buehrcr Ann Burd Daniel Burk Vicki Cameron Class Of-Hcers: Vierkey Springer, Seag Ann Huffman, Treas.g Jerri Vitello, Pres.g Jan Bernath, V Pres. 60 ,aw Sanrly Cartwright Sherry Cochran Cindy Curessm-l Audrey Cowell Allan Crossgrove Thomas Croyle Sharing horizons that are new to us . . . Diane DeLaCruz Debbi Degroff Ronald Double Wendy Edwards Joyce Eichcr Valerie Elling ive :wg Donna Grleser Elizalxclll Criesvr Gary Griesfrr Judy Grioser Julie Franks Eli Fuentes Nora Gallagu Rayman Garvin Lee Center Douglas Cnagc-y lane Gran-ia john Grieser Watching the Signs along the Way. . . Mike Hamm .lamcs Henson Terry Hill Ann Huffman Gcnc Hors! Sarah Leahy Scot Lcininger Porfirio Lerma Calf' L1-wis .lerry Lewis Sandra Luhse Melody Criescr Mark Crime William Hackett 4-nw. 'E . ' Y s 5 llfiif ' Ti' 3 . Ruin rl .lam oln om Jarqum Ann: Johnson Bvllv King Douglas Kinsman Kullly Kramer Ralph Krueger Daniel Lange- Jalnvs Lanlz fi W' ff- l 3 x in -A- 'ESQLR 1 :gal lif S xi li S s NM mi mx im lunar, Rid, ll lille talk? .M xg, 1 mm in N 495, if 'il MQ is swf -1' la iv' .i T ww. .lsr lff' rm? K, ff fi. ?m"'wf v vw 1:24 ,vw i Q S X. s 1 eff 5 f f 3. ,,.. Nz. -- ua, ,ri,. , -iw , f N - 221 1 "' FV -A V. .. -2-'mix :+A-. .1 - LV.:MwL,.gL :QQQ.k.' n an Mefll l'-f. ., -. -. ,Qi -'yl'+,.: t -- .vez -,,.ag A- , is F3215 1 M J 1 ,Ni L' U Q -mi? '75lfiTfQQ- jg., X i f' m -ii K x ., J, .xy John Meier "E"-vi Tcrric Purdy Lembit Purje Talking it over just the two of us Sue Mcrillal Sandra Meyers David Mignon Anita Miller Cynthia Miller Deanna Mowcry Slove Myers Chris Neucnschwandvr Cynthia Nofzigcr Jean Norden Bcrnadcttc Osborn Rosa Padron Greg Palavins Cliff Patterson Linda Plassman Jeff Rc-nm Susan Robinson M1 Y -iffy? iz ','r 551-I m f M- M 1 , 1 Q , Edward Ruffer Y 2 H W M Qi f u M' Jeff Rupp Y X if , 5 M, s 4 if 'Wifi Workmg together. . . Edwin Svlinilkey Michael S1-liriner Rivliarrl Slivnkcl DUIIVEFI' Short Slivrri Sliorl Daniel Ryclienf-r Raymoml Santiago Diane' Sauder Harold Scarbcrry Monika Svlimidt Janefllu Svlnnuckrrr ,lov Sli-rra Vivlu-3 Springa-r Bri-inla Slamm Tina Slumni .lone-ll Slannaral Ks-ron Stom- Ti-il Slune Craig Stoner Mary Slorrer Pamela Rupp Philip Rupp aw! .Q IWW- 'Qi x Sandra Storrer Leo Suarez James Swalley day to day! Fermin Torres Thomas Thatcher Douglas Thierry ,lane Tijcrina james Trudel Becky Turkerman Tom Urihcs Jerri Vitcllu Max Walter Pat Watkins Evarme Webb Paul Wlasiuk Debra Wyse Julia Wyse Patricia Wyse Steve Zaerr .Ai Angie Zerlakvr Travy Ziegler Beth Zimmvrman ACTIVITIES J 6 I Ye' .- IP 66 9 What's the buzz. . . tell me What's happening. . . s jesus Christ Superstar .4 L . -,, ,ll-..-.4 k F Q i .f -,e-:,f1f V ' M fr - V- --x1::Qqw miami 1 .ll-11.5-1 ,,.21f.az-nv ., 1, . . 66198499 "Freedom is Slavery," "War is Peace," these slogans rang across the stage of Archbold High during the Junior-Senior class production of George Orwell's "l984." The play was directed by Mr. David A. McDonel, and it gave evidence to the possibilities of what might happen in a country where the leader, "Big Brotheri' controlled all thoughts and actions. The story centered around an illegal love affair of Julia and Winston, and the way the Party, through Comrade O,Brien controlled their thoughts and lives. v1' -tex .. ' ' W .Q ,, Q 1 .Q - X f La ' 1- M aye 1 ' .ff K' ,.-b f H - , ,- if Qf'ff5'E?-ffm ,fa 1 51? 1-- f27li'9f? iitf 1-WE.Y5'351 t" 2 .vi 9375 .":: - -., . . r , e " yyei Play Cast, ROW 1: Cary Oyer, Ann Hackett.. ROW 2: Josie Eash, Georgia Wallace, Mike Lindhorst, Sherrie Rufenacht, Dave Clark, Ed Leininger, Meg Hackett, Pam Wanemacher, Nancy Heckel. ROW 3: Dan Leininger, Barb Miner, Brenda Hill, Deb Sauder, Pam Graf, Arlene Miller, Keith Oyer, w l "The Music Man" On April 12, 13, 14-, 16 and 17th, the Archbold Choir presented "The Music Man." The outstanding production was played to five sold out houses. Every night the audience was generous with their applause and gave the cast standing ovations. The musical which recreates small-town America around 1912, told the story of a traveling salesman who came to River City, Iowa. Mike Lindhorst as the lead charmed the people into buying musical instruments and uniforms for a boys' band and guaranteed to teach them how to play - although he didnlt know one note from another. "Professor,' Harold Hill, the Music Man captured the heart of the town, and in turn surrendered to the charms of Anne Hackett, who was River City's pretty "Marian the librarianf, The play itself which is considered a classic has such rousing tunes as "Seventy Six Trom- bonesl' and the lovely "Till There Was You." This 4th annual production was appreciated by the audience and will be long remembered by the cast and the school. Cast, BACK ROW: John Huffman, Constable Lockg Jon Stotzer, Ewan Dunlop, Mark Nafziger, Jacey Squires: Jeff Wells, Oliver Hixg Ron King, Olin Bring Ed Grieser, Conductorg Georgia Wallace, Maud Dunlop, Alice Shenkel, Mrs. Squires: Judy Wolf, Eulalie Mackenknie Shinnq Ken Leupp, Mayor Shinng Karen Clark, Alma Hixg Jane Dominique, Ethel Toffelmierg Dave Sigg, Marcellus Washburng Steve Slorrer, Charlie Cowellg Mary Benecke, Zaneeta Shinng Mike Lindhorst, Harold Hill, Ann Hackett, Marian Paroog Josie Eash, Mrs. Paroog Jill Wilson, Amarylisg Jon Ebersole, Winthrop Paroog Linda Shon, Gracie Shinng Bill Nafziger, Tommy Djilas. "Music Man Memoriesu 1 w ' v- 5 Www 72 Linge1'...0n...an in w 3 O , , iw-E junior-Senior Banquet On May 11th the Junior-Senior prom was held. "Rome" was the theme around which this year's Juniors planned the night of activities. After the delicious dinner the classes watched a fascinating show by a hypnotist. Other activities which helped make the evening memorable were a formal dance, the movie "The Solid Gold Cadillac," bowling, a rock dance and finally breakfast. This yearls prom was one of a group of events which helped to make the Senior's final days of school memorable. , 2 , 1 i rf- I LLVVLL ww-ww fn 1 ms. . fill' '1-nf A.: , -WM W ,, ,.-,.. iwzgny SPOR TS For what is a man What has he got If not himself Then he has not. To say the things He truly feels And not the Words Of one who kneels The record shows I took the blows And did it my Way, yes, it was my way! Reva ux-Fraoois-Anka J f X Varsity Squad: ROW 1: Glen Miller, Mgr, Steve Slorrer, Mike Lindhorst, Jerry Zuver, Ted Yoder, Ed Overmier, Tim Short, Dave Lugo, Kim Weldy Gene Lanlz, Kevin Eicher, Slove Lange, Bob Apger, Mgr. ROW 2: Coach Dilbone, Jeff Smueker, Bob Stamm, Jim Ebersole, John Meyer, Harry Kohx Gary Beck, Mike Kauzlick, Roger Johnson, Kevin Wyse, Ed Springer, Coach Furko. ROW 3: Coach Dominique, Dave Bernalh, Tom Crossgrove, Monty Nofziger, Ron Cody, Kevin Beck, Dave Crieser, Andy Dominique, Dan Bernalh, Eli Gracia, Joe Burkholder, Coaeh Riddle. Z 7s SCOREBOARD AHS OPPONENTS 12 Wauseon 8 14 Patrick Henry 6 34 Bryan 6 44 Liberty Center 8 44 Evergreen 0 33 Swanton 0 32 Della 0 22 Montpelier 0 Napoleon 38 Football "A great yearf' that was the only way to describe it. The first of August saw 15 seniors, 8 juniors, and 9 sophomores who would not accept the word defeat. From the senior leadership down through the juniors and sophomores , the word was win. It was a winning season which saw the only defeat come from the hands of arch-rival Napoleon. The year also saw a number of men named to all league teams, with Kevin Wyse being named special mention all-state at offensive halfback and Jerry Zuver was named second team all-state at defensive back. The boys, the coaches and their fans will remember the year with pride and satisfaction of a job well done. ABOVE RIGHT: Asst. Coach-Trainer Dilbone works with player. RIGHT: Managers, Bob Apger, Dale Horst and Glen Miller. BELOW: Head Coach Riddle receives thanks from the team while assistant coaches Dilbone, Dominique and Furko look on, iii kxii X ' .1 .fi Q .ax!2e itt , Q Sei qf. It T 667379 S E H I Q 80 The Almest Perfect Season " Coaches Bock anrl Walker plan side- line strategy. Freshman Football 5 gg it Freshman Squad: ROW 1: Eli Fuentes, Max Walter, Jan Bernath, Bill Hackett. ROW 2: Paul Wlasiuk, Alan Crossgrovu, Tum Uribes, Terry Hill, ,lim Hi-nson, Tom Thatcher. ROW 3: .lm-ff Bosco, Dan Ryclicner, Dan Burk. ,lim Truflcl, Phil Rupp, Lembit Purjc, Cliff Patcrson. Davc Mignin. BACK ROW: Coach Wcndell Burk and Courh Mike- Walker. 4 4- I x , X i . 1 W f c c nu ' ' will A 'V . -W Q f. Q - V- -xiii ' - J ' ' K tw if Q X ',' ' ' L. V -1-' , K, 'T f - , , f I"'1 . - " 'S' 'f ' , ' "li Inj-+ V X ' A -lik' xl, ' 1 - ,V ,7 ' ogy., Tom Oberdieck won four first places for his team and qualif fied and ran in the District Meet. Cross Country Although the final tally of team wins does not show it, this was a great year for Cross Country at Arehbold. Coach Faler in his first year, provided fine leadership for the large and inexperienced squad of boys who tried this sport. A trip to Lake Michigan Sand Dunes as well as having breakfast together before the Sectional meet, welded the group together as a "Team.H Cross Country Team: ROW 1: Dan Bettison, Jim Lantz, Denny Berry, Mark Crime, Richard Shenkel, Mike Pen- rod. ROW 2: Coach Faler. Dale Horst, Dave Clark, Wayne Henry, Andy Brodbeck, Tom Oberdieck, Dennis Short. Lynn Beck. Ken Leupp, John Huffman. Missing from the picture Ralph Krueger. Varsity Squad, FRONT: Mark Wanemacher, mgr.g Gary Beck, Bill Nafziger, Steve Storrer, Kim Weldy, loc Frank, mgr.g Neil Nafziger, Mike Lindhorst, Mark Slorrer, mgr. ROW 2: Asst. Coach Wendell Beck. .lim Ehorsole, Bruce Rosebrock, Gene Lantz, ,lerry Zuvrzr, Andy Brodheck, Mike Kauzlick, and Head Coach Jack Miller. eee ' ABOVE: Coach Miller is happy over Sec- tional Trophy. LEFT: Ehersolf- in flight. BELOW: Tha- squad watches Zuver sink another. Basketball In describing the Streak roundballers, Coach Jack Miller called them a tremendous defensive team allowing opponents only 55 points. No team scored in the 70's against the Streaks and six teams were held in the -4L0,s. The lack of offensive punch caused the number of losses as 8 games were lost by the sum average margin of 4.7 points. The worst defeat was by only 10 points. Highlight of the season was' winning the "AAN Sectional, which was the Streaks Sth sectional title in the last 9 years! The Streaks then lost to Rossford, ranked 5th in final state AA polls, in a real thriller at the District tournament at Whitmer by' a score of 66-64-. Jerry Zuver capped a tremendous career by being unanimously named to both the NBL and NWOAL first teams for the second year in a row. Jerry was also All District "Ti First Team Selection, and Special Mention All-Ohio in AA. 'Y Managers: Mark Wanemacher, Joe Frank and Mark Storrer. RIGHT: Storrer moves on down the court. Fwy' Q, A .gilltfl H8533 ' SCOREBOARD A H S OPPONENTS Edon Dc fldHCC De-lla StrykPr Llbf rty Cs mer Eve rgreen Van Wert Bryan Montpelmr Wauseon Swanton Patrick He n Bryan Stry ker Wauv-on Della Ottawa Clandorf TOURNAMENT Dvlta Bryan Romford VHFS1fy we U 0 O 0 65 66 46 : " 53 75 , 67 62 A 55 71 ' E ' 3 45 64 2 59 54- 45 - 61 48 4 ' 56 Napoleon 66 80 3 66 40 44 87 ' 56 58 ' : ry 67 75 ' 52 81 ' 63 50 ' . . 56 56 ' 57 ..zL 75 ' - ' 61 54 , 45 65 ' 40 64- . ' 66 .9 X 'He 5' Performance ,CHIQWX 3 2 Reserve Basketball Miko is up!! Reserve Squad: FRONT: Chuck Rowe, Wayne Henry, Lynn Beck, Brad Short, Mark Beck. ROW 2: Coach Wendell Beck Steven Meyers, John Nofziger, Bruce Rosebrock, Gary Beck, Mike Kauzlick, Dave Bernath. ABOVE: Nofziger reaches for the ball. LEFT Rosehrork srorvs. reshm an asketball Rychener looks alert. Defense at work! Freshman Squad, LEFT: Chris Neuenschwander, Jeff Bosco, Jan Bernath, Gary Grieser, James Lantz Douglas Cnagey, Denny Berry. ROW 2: James Trudel, Daniel Rychener, Dean Coevart, Terry Hill Mark Crime, James Henson and Coach Mr. John Young. Missing from picture, Phil Rupp. Wrestling Squad, FRONT ROW: Craig Link, Scott Bernath, Monte Nofziger, Lonnie Nofziger, Keith Eieher, Dan Bettison, Mike Penrod. ROW TWO John Cowell, Kevin Link, Dave Grieser, John Meyer, Harry Kohv, ,leff Smucker, Gary Beck, Dan Burk and Eli Fuentes. ABOVE: Lowell Merillat makes a fast pin. RIGHT: State Champ John Cowell appraises opponent, Wrestling Although the team record of 5 wins and 5 losses was not impressive, Coach Greg Wojcie- chowski had a great deal to be pleased about his first year at Archbold. His Junior wrestler Lowell Merrillat tallied a cham- pionship in NBL, NWOAL and Sectional as well as 2nd in the district. Senior wrestler .lohn Cowell was even more impressive with championships in NBL, NWOAL, Section, District, and State. His 26 and O season was climaxed by his championship match in St. Johnls arena. Coach Wojciechowski had a great deal to be proud of in his first year squad and he can certainly look forward with anticipation as he views the next yearis possibili- ties. Cheerleaders Freshman Squad: Anne Johnson, Jan Schmucker, Julie Frank, Julia Wyse, Mary Storrcr. RIGHT: Reserve Squad: Donna Moral, Jane Dominique, Anne Hackett, Susie Zimmerman, and Laura Tay- lor. Varsity Squad: Terri Dominique, Linda Short, Cathy Riegsecker, Deb Weber, Jenny Dominique. D 'N--. Cheerleaders appr-ur In enjoy their urldvrl rcspuri sibility. in V 3 ,M GAA Valle ball Varsity Volleyball, ROW 1: Anne Ryvhvner, Meg Hackett, Julie Wyse, Mary Bernenke. ROW 2: Barb Yoder, Joyce Arend, Carol Beck, Linda Bcrnath, Laura Taylor, Suzy Zimmerman. Wolf. Reserve Vollcylmll, ROW 1: Karen Nof- zinger, Liz Slotzcr, Lisa Mack, Poz Har- ris. ROW 2: Susan Smucker, Judy Plass- man, Nancy Bisfhoff, Teresa Myers, Judy 1 Basketball Varsity Basketball, LEFT: Liz Stolzer, Meg Hackett, Joyce Arencl, Karen Clark, Nancy Bischoff, Barb Yoder, Poz Harris, Carol Beck, Manager Cath " ' " ' "" C' L l l lR lL Julie Wyse. eserve Basketball, LEFT: Mary Storrer, Jan Dominique, Wendy Heer, Donna Grieser, ynn Taylor, Coach Sharpe, Laura Taylor, Sue Merillat, Mary Bencckc, Anne Johnson, Mary Benecke raises the score and the tcam's hopes for the season. 2 GAA Baseball Track .,. WMM! Baseball Squad, ROW 1: Laura Taylor, Theresa Myers, LaDonna Beck, Nancy Bischoff Jenny Cindy Thieroff, Sue Zimmerman, Jan Dominique. ROW 2: Mary Benecke, Clndy Croessel Becky T Carol Beck, Meg Hackett, Sue Schmucker, Shiela McClory, .lane Dominique and Coach S Sharpe Track Squad, ROW 1: Pam Rupp, Evanne Webb, Donna Moraz, Pat Watkins, Brenda Plassman, Carol Beck, Shiela McClory. ROW 2: Linda Yoder, Cathy Clair, Jan Domini- que, Ann Hoffman, Jean Norden, Cynthia Nofziger. ROW 3: Glenda Janmi, Margie Mig- nin, Nancy Bischoff, Grace Aguilar. ,, ,., f', ,rw -Q-M with' ' fl. Golf The Archbold High School golf squad under the direction of Larry Lirot was a young team. The majority of the team will return next year, including Archboldls two district placements, Andy Brodbeck and Glen Patterson. Both players who shot in the low 30's should give a very bright outlook for the next golfing season. 5' U ' GoU Squad, FRONT: Marlo Kaufffman, George Emmons, Lonnie Nofziger, John Engler, lim Lugbill, .lim Short. ROW 2: Jim LaNeve, Dan Leininger, Rick Rufe- nacht, Andy Brodbeck, Craig Spotts, Glen Patterson, Cliff Patterson and Coach Larry Lirot. Baseball uh , J , f- 7 T f 41 -' , 1 , , ., W , " . ,'f5f1'i?VfixiEf ' V - f zzggn -"' . 2, , ,K if 3,g5.,,mK,,fQ,,,WA,,w5Q1,, ,W ,ww ' ,,..., ,. ,,,... M, , , . f ' '- f ,, ,, -' Ji, ' ' 1- "' I f -iv ' 'iff 4 1 ,153 VZL: 1,"sf'1,WA 2 -iii I I g'Qf1eE'Q , ,, ,,,. ,, . .,.. A-,,. N ' A '1 9 - ' ,M W,,,A, m W,L, , ,mL,,LM,L,,LW , , . S ii' f 'V ,Aff - Wi I , ,, ,, niI.Al: , ,,., , .. um Wt -" . immwam. f 42 vii. Qwgg1iff,1'ff ., rmefriwwwzrfw eerzriiim ff . " ww 5 .V 4 , M I ww w wmmw: Www ff Qv?1f'1If2'5fwr' 1 f wma, ,, W ., ,M ,,, , 2 Q V " f7?7L ," F, . 2 ' aenmesy .,., 9 f ' if :gy , bf, X 'E , f 2'2" 41 W' ,F M' 5 f I If : ,gi Pg p 9 8 ff Q , 525 gg jf Q L Q- f 'Hs me Q f I 5 . ,f .FX K XV S 43 is A 5 f 5 11 S, 3 V' , "Y f 4 1 1 1' A ' v fa' . r Wm ' . . f 1 ' . ,, 42 ,f11'p 5,- "f ' J-1--' M-: "' f -'-V ' :M-A A' 1 fn, W f Lf f ew - M, . --W. ,L I f A H . .. .. .4 V .Q,1,,k:,3u,H,,,M M 4 'ir ,.,, . . A Y The Archbold Baseballers, under the guidance of first year head coach John Young, compiled a 11-4 won-lost record. The team was led by ace pitcher Dave Kleck, and five other seniors. Although the team failed to get any tour- nament wins, they still added one more victorious season to Archbold's baseball program. - I ,Q 1 7 vw-A 1. K '-no Varsity Squad. ROW 1: Jerry Zuver, Ed Ovcrmier. Dave Kleck, Tim Short, Kim Weldy. Ed Springer. ROW 2: Jim Trudel, Jim Henson, Jeff Bosco. Nici Nafziger, Tom Crossgrove. .leff Wells, Mike Norden, Dean Coevart. ROW 3: Brent Stockman, Dan Rychener. Mike Kauzlick, Bruce Rosebrock, Max Walter, Phil Rupp, Dan Kleck and Coach Young, Track At the beginning of the season, the A.H.S. track program had nowhere to go but up, and up it went. Seven one-year lettermen, and two, two-year lettermen returned, and under their coaches Riddle and Faler, the program came alive. Surprising many people, the team's strength was in the field events and relay teams. The mile relay team broke the school record 3 times, and it now stands at 3:4-0.3. The team consisted of Kevin Eicher, Dave Bernath, Steve Lange and Tom Oberdieck. Archbold's field events were led by ,lerry Zuver in the long jump, and Jerry and Jim Ebersole in the high jump. Jerry placed first in the sectional and district and qualified for the state meet in the long jump. ,lim placed among the top 3 qualifiers in both sectional and district and also quali- fied for state. The team will lose 12 seniors, but there is still a good solid backbone left behind for future A.H.S. track teams. refs-1,231+-'wi'l'3"r kg,,.ae"!::-yff-I . 1. , . l I Track Queen, Karla Klinger W k,.,-,, M., ,,,, ,..,. WA.,A,L.., , , We W BELOW: Track Squad, FRONT: Denny Berry, Mark Crime, Bill Hackett, Dave Mignin, Terry Hill, Steve Storrer, Jim Ebersole. ROW 2: Ken Leupp, Ali Cracia, Kevin Eicher, Mark Page, Kieth Fruchey, Dan Bettison, Greg Beck. ROW 3: Dennis Short, Dave Bernath, Steve Lange, Ron Cody, Tom Oberdieck, Mike Lindhorst and Gary Beck. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Jerry Zuver, Kim Weldy and Dan Rychener. 'Opp 101 Music Music is love, and love is music - if you know what I mean. People who believe in music are the happiest people I 've ever seen. fi Mac Davis f QL Sf .X A - lx f. xx X 2 'M I , 3 1 I 22 5 f I 4 ,,,..a-nw 11: This Q59 v-"""' Com bined Choir +L.-NN M..,,..... Mr. McDom-I df-cidvs on MUSIC MAN for this ye-ur's pvrformanu Suzette Lt7illtllg0l', Pam Wan0mar'hf'r, Patsy Rowv, Slvphit' Rettig, Pgfg Kvim, and Dvb Wfwsfthc gave tim' uwornpanimcnt throughout the year. lm lt 'N' lt Guitars add new flare to "Pops Concert." Vocal Music Recognition of the Vocal Music Department grew vastly this past year as both the Mixed and A Cappella Choirs presented superior concerts. Archbold was fortu- nate to host a winter concert with the West Ohio Method- ist Ministers Choir. The chorus was further honored as they visited Mr. McDonel's Alma Mater. At Ohio North- ern University they presented a truly moving interpreta- tion of Vavaldils Gloria. As the Freshman Choir worked hard on contest music, the Combined Choir spent morning, afternoon, and eve- ning on their annual musical production. MUSIC MAN was performed in front of a full house April 12, 13, 14-, 16. and 17. A Cappella Choir f - - . iariiifsw. y .43 . 1 :g,gwb, ,1fbf21 .. - it I as-SM Mixed Ch oir K ' . ,limw XR I I 1.35 Soloists rm'vivrcl high ratings ut fouls-sl. .Ianv Dominiquv. M1-g Hawks-ll. Prisvillu Slurkcy. Crvla Yodvr, Anus- Hurkvlt, Mary Ann Bl'llQ'Ck9. Sara Srllrovk. und Josh- Hush. RIGHT: Clwir Swzulf-.' Nanvy Hecke-l. Donna Moraz. .Inna Grim-sm-r Laura Slnlzcrr, Culhy Ric-gs:-rkvr, Linda Short, Jeff Wvlls and Slvw Storrcrr. Not picturz-al: Pam Wzmenwfrhc-r. The Company Snprano Mvmhers.' Meg Hackett, Deb Short, Josie Eash, Bucky Frey, Elaine Miller. Altos: Deb Sauder, Terri Dominique, Linda Short, Pam Graf, Arm Hank- elt. Tenons: Dan Bettison. Mark Nofziger, .lon Stot- zer, Curt Nofzigcr. Bases: Ron King, Joe Tijerina, Tom Graf, Jeff Wells, Brent Stockman, Ed Lein- inger, Rick Rufcnacht. Pianist: Peg Keim. Choir President - Bill Nafziger Freshman Choir 7 Marching Band 72 From hot August days to cold November nights the 1972 marching band showed fine precision drills and one of the best musical sounds ever presented at an Archbold Halftime performance. The new bright blue uniforms added a new zest as the band marched at both home and away games. A highlight of each show were the majorettes led by Miss Sandy Lantz. They entertained with such feats as a double baton routine and twirling fire to the music "Light My Fire." Mr. Thomas Ehrman was director of the fine '72 marching band. 1 1972 Majorr'1lf'.v.' Ann Grieser, Pal Brodbeck, Cathy Clair. Kathy Quillel. and Sandy Lanlz. i .r 4 O x l X ' 'X 'X . X.?,a.: 'Q , ,sn 1 , ? W4- -F .g , 2.3 4 2 L KLh, ...yi P' ,ew gi W "Nl, .4 X 4 1 , .Q 5 - an 315' A ps I A . ' Q 5 5 9 1 1, x Kim W ,K ,1 my ,,,,.,. 3, 5 . f f,-' 4314, ,Q , , .- :.: S32 6' f fri st IH, I ,. Instrumental Music Pride and appreciation of a fine department are part of the tradition for superior music with the Archbold High School Instrumental groups. Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Ehrman, both the Symphonic and Concert band gave high quality performances, which showed many weeks of practice and hard work. There were also many talented individuals in the band who formed ensembles which performed at school functions and districts and state music competitions. The band continued its excellence in performance by winning Superior Ratings at both district and state level. 4-4' I Symphonic Band Clarinet Quartet can even play with their eyes closed! Suzette Leininger, Deb Wesche, Patsy Rowe, Marlo Kauffman, Meg Hackett and Mark and Greta Yoder. Stockman make up fine Trumpet Trio. g 1.1 -r -1 1 - 1 -r-1? i1ugim- ki ,,,, ,X ., , IA,, l ad 5 ff 4, W W K , f aw 1 f ,JZ L ,,,. G, ,, ,, , fly ! iw L , gg ,,,, ..!,. . w i 4, , ii - . N A hifi 51,3 W-4 1 g ' , 354 f mv: 4. ri' 5 Wk? 8 , if X 3 W , Q 2. z W fx ,T 5 Qxfaxi 2 rs 'W , N X I ffffgff 5 'x JW.. X Qiixxfy fix ff 'jf 112 N . .. .:1.. f.,f ' if i , if W' --' I , . 'H V g f "7 lf? it M' 5 N kk K V, 'uw .gh f yi, .. 3 'NEWT lp sy, V zr if .,,L. Q M lg gummy x M: -f -11,1 -um ., ZIKVLA zill f l ? , Q ,,.,, 1 ,. we A, ----,, ins? N' 1.12 'i w is fa Qi Music is the universal language, and love is the key to brotherhood, peace, and understanding, living in harmony. Take your brother by the hand and sing along with me. Find out what it really means to he young, and rioh, and free. Mao Davis is SN f ff I O I IN Q GR GANIZA TI ONS Gonna build a mountain from a little hill. Gonna build a mountain least I hope I will Gonna build a mountain, gonna build it high I don 't know how I'm gonna do it, only know I 'm gonna try. 1.3.1 Student Council fi: a, 2 4 I 5 5 W, V V 'Q .1 1 , Anyone missing a pair of legs? Christmas Cheer for needy Student Counril, FRONT: David A. lVlcDonel, advisor, Pam Graf, Mrs. Cherie Short, advisor, Steve Storrer, James Eber- sole, Georgia Wallace, Kim Weldy, Mary Ann Bencckc, Roger Johnson, Dave Clark, Cathy Burk, Pat Brodbeck, Jeri Vitello, Karen Cowell. ational Honor Society Diogenes finds intelligent prospects!!! Junior Member.9, ABOVE: Mary Benecke, Anne Haekett, Terri Rupp, Mary Carman, Debbie Sauder, Roger Johnson, Mark Stockman, Evelyn Seiler, Virke Weires, Lynn Taylor, James Ehorsole, and Craig Sputls. Absent from picture, Susan Sehrnueker. Senior Members, BELOW: James Frey, Calvin Aschliman, Mike Lindhorst, Steve Storrer, Tim Short, Jerry Zuver. ROW 2: Liz Stolzer, Jill Crivsvr. Stephanie Rettig, Bonnie Thomas, Judy Plassman, Linda Short, Wendy Buehrer. ROW 3: Meg Hackett, Pam Graf, Pam Wannmacher, Martha Fraker, Suzette Leininger and Linda Gautsche, ,F-vw. 7 Blue 'N Gold Staff Eag Staff SEATED: Mrs. Cherie Short, advi- sorg Karla Klingcr, Martha Fraker, Geor- gia Wallace, Pam Wanemachtvr, Elaine Miller, Cinrly Short. STANDING: Peggy Johnson. Judy Plassman, Editor in Chiefg Jerry Zuver, Cent- Lantz and Steve Stor- rer. Ahsent from pirture, Sue Hestcrman. er faces show the anticipation for school news. Deadlines came early? 'B Mrs. Short oversees group's efforts. Annual Staff Mr. Winzcler, advisurg Pam Graf, Musicg Linda Gaulsche, Editorg Eileen Miller, Undcrclassmeng Joyce Arend, Seniorsg Susan Nafzigcr, Acliviliesg Rich Harris, Pholographerg Pal Wyse, Organizations: Mike Lindhorsl, Sports. 1 .A- Linda "crops" her favorite teacher! ,, fwsaa was Richard anticipates busy year . . . Staff makes difficult decision. Fou VOCHffOHH af -I v h 1 if 'I 9' 1 f 1 .1 If .3 ,aim SER-'VIH S fm una-.vzmw mwxomuum xxvvbummldwdm if E wowialiadia dwbuiavliis sf wa Jak-BR Awhmki f-'Was f 'W-V1 W ,ff'7""Z""'W" ' H W' ' Winn" S-1 W W ' ff , ff 'QA S2711 :,iLn,lg County Students 'www' X x N Medical Careers Club i , f , rs r M i -',-e 1 , i 'M ' Members provided Christmas stockings for the elderly. . .,., .,., sm f-M ' ,A 1- V ,M--"""" Marilyn and Nancy "search" for the right career. Medical Careers Club, FRONT: Pam Graf, Presidenlg Mrs. Shelly Wanner, Faculty Aduisorg Peg Keim, Vice President, Karen Clark, Secrelarjyg Nancy Heckel, Linda Yoder, Wendy Buehrer, Cathy Bcrtsche, Nancy Gleason, Joyce Arend, Susan Schmucker, Marilyn Beck, Poz Harris, Diane Amstutz, Brenda Hill, Stephanie Rellig, Barb Yoder, Cathy Burk, Margie Mignin, Barb Burk, David Clark, Peg Lcro. Future Teach ers , Assocja tion I - Jill identifies with her future work. Miss Rupp, faculty advisor offers advice to future teacher. O. ftififfi Q Future Teachers Club, ROW 1: Judy Plassman, Presidenlg Susan Naf- zigcr, Srvrelaryg Peg Buck, Treasurerg Teresa Rupp, Vim: Presizlrfrzl. ROW 2: Jill Criescr, Jan Ulrich, Jan Dominique. ROW 3: Connie Sharpe, Janelle Roth, Joyce Durham. ROW 4: Bonnie Thomas, Cindy Short, Cindy Binghaman. ROW 5: Eileen Miller. Elaine Miller, Pam Wanemachcr, Linda Gautschv. 4 l GAA CAA is a very active club. Many girls participate in the after-school activities. Members take part in various sports areas to earn the needed points for a letter. BELOW, ROW 1: S. Nafziger, C. Sharp, J. Plassman, Serrelarjvg J. Wolf, Vim Prrsidlfnlg A. Hackett, Trms., J. Arend, Prvsirlffnlg L. Bernath, Int. Dir.: K. Clark, N. Gleason, ROW 2: C. Tliicrolf, A. Miller, N. Bischoff, C. Beck. P. Johnson, M. Benerke. D. Cvrieser, K. Nolzinger, Miss Sharp. ROW 3: L. Mack, J. Silcnx, T. Myers, V. Schenhals, C. Wyse, L. Taylor, S. Zimmerman. J. Dominique, L. Yoder. ROW 4: S. Cartwright, T, Purdy, J. Frank, S. McClory, A. Rychener, W. Hcer, J. Wyse, D. Sauder, S. Johnson. ROW 5: S. Schrnuclcer, C. Harris, B. Yoder, G. Jantzi, B. Tuckerman, J. Vitello, K. Brighty, A. Johnson, J. Schmucker. ROW 6: J. Dominique, L. Taylor, B. Plassman, G. Short, S. Merillat, M. Storrer, A. Cowell. Pep Club ES 5 4' f A , gt I I' 'g,5f:.f gf. . , " Members present Senior athletes scrapbooks. Hats were defintely "inf Pep Club, ROW 1: Mrs. Short, Advi- sor: K. Clark, Sr. rep.: M. Mignin Soph. rep.: D. Crieser, Fr. rep.: N Clt-ason, President: B. Yoder. fr. rep., C. Sharp, Serretaryg Mrs. Shininger Advisor. ROW 2: T. Dominique, J Dominique, J. Cricscr, C. Short, J Wolf, M. Bcncke, A. Miller, J. Wyse ROW 3: J. Dominique, C. Bunk, A Cowell, C. Eicher, P. Brodbervk, M Crime, T. Myers, B. Plassman, .l Schmurtkcr. ROW 4: M. Crinsnr, C Clark, P. Lcrn, R. Lancve, C Bertschfr, K. Nofzingcr, T. Sharps, A Johnson, K. Brighty. ROW 5: C Ricgseckcr, P. Rupp, C. Coressel, C Badenhop, .l. Criescr, S. Myers, J Roth, J. Frank. ROW 6: L. Taylor, J Dominique, A, Hackett, D. Moraz, B. Thomas, D. Beck, S, Short, C. Miller. ROW 7: S. Zimmerman, C. Nofziger, J. Norden, A. Hoffman, P. Beck, A. Frazer, S. Nafziger, J. Plassman ROW 8: L. Short, L. Bettison, M Fraker, E. Miller, E. Miller, L Cautsche, .l. Art-ind. S IZA 'F hi P10 55 U J FFA Smle President greets Ron King and Phil Grieser LEFT FFA QUEEN Deb Short. 'TW FFA Club, ROW 1: S. Zaer, R. Nofziger, B. Roth, N.Nofziger, J. Rupp, A. Crossgrove, D. Kinsman, Sc. Leininger. ROW 2: D. Rychener, R. Gigax, L. Merilal, J. Short, M. Miller, M. Stuckcy. J. Trowbridge, S. Miller, Treasurerg M. Beck, L. Rupp, Reporlerg B. Short, P. Grieser, Vice Presidenlg T. Saenhalz, R. King. Presidenlg L. Center, M. Holsopple. Secremryg Mike Avina, Gary Oyer, T. Crime, Sc. Burkholder. M. Wanemacher, J. Miller, G. Palacios, M. Swancy. ROW 3: D. Nofziger, K. Miller, C. Rowe, K. Oyer, J. Waidelich, D. Bernlh, B. Rosebrock, J. Smucker, S. Short, T. Aschemier, D. Dennis, D. Bernath. 2 Q FI-IA FFA Officers, ROW 1: Deb Apger, V Pres.g Becky Crime, Pres.: Jenelle Roth, Co. Rep. ROW 2: Miss Marchal, Advisor: Ann Crieser, Historian, Deb Short, Co. Treasurer, Lou Roth, Secretary, Evelyn Seiler, Treasurer. FFAers and FHAers .. - - .bfi f at. ,J .A 1333, E , ' M, Li S Qt . . v. . . Candy sales meant a sweet tooth. FHA, ROW 1: A. Hoffman, D. Wyse, S. Merillat, M. Leininger, R. Campbell, J. Spencer, T. Purdy, S. Luna, D. Crieser. ROW 2: Miss Marchal, V. Bischoff, B. Osborn, C. Nofziger, S. Storrer, L. Roth, A. Shenkel, L. Miller, B. Miner. ROW 3: D. DeLaCruz, S. ' Cartwright, A. Crieser, A. Miller, A. Nofziger, K. Storrer, J. Roth, D. Short, S. Robertson. QNSWRE H MAK 'Ps 'S..,,,,tf'i AMERICA 542 -IP .Q ,Q ,S S i' Career Day N ursingi' "Medical Careers" "Law Enforcement" "Cake Decorating" 'Business Managementv "Leather Work" Industnal Arts Stages a Show Spamsh Club Held a F16Sf3 , , FACULTY AND ADMINIS- TRA TI ON 30 Two and two are four, Four and four are eightg That's all you have on your businesslike mind. Two and two are four Four and four are eightg How can you be so blind? Inch worm, inch worm, measuring the marigolds, You and your arithmetic, you'll probably go far. Inch worm, inch worm, measuring the marigolds, Seems to me you'd stop and see how beautiful they are Frank Loesser Superintendent and Board of Education I walk the unfrequented road Mr' Richard Hams Superintendent With open eye and earg I watch afield the farmer load The bounty of the year. A beauty springtime never knew Haunts all the quiet wayg And sweeter Shines the landscape Thro' its veil of autumn haze. I face the hills, the streams, the woods, And feel with all aking My heart expoundsg their fortitude And peace and joy flow in. American Folk Hymn -. iuql ImXX Board of Education. LEFT: Dr. Hal Hackett, Mrs. Nancy Taylor, Mr. Elias Frey, M. Dale Pape, Mr. John Zimmerman, Mr. Dale Nafziger, and Superintendent Harris. l32 Mrs. Mary Curnett. sm-rf-tary to the upnrinu nd ent and the hour cl of education has 1 plnasant smile for exeryone. 1 Being a principal is searching . . . Mr. Gene Rupp, Principal Mrs. Mary Ann Rupp, Secretary Prin cjpal Stand, in the end you'll still he you, One that's done all the things you set out to do. Stand, therels a cross for you to hear, Things to go through if you're going anywhere. Stand, for the things you know are right, ltis the truth that the truth makes them so uptight. Stand, all the things you want are real, You have to compete and there is no deal. Stand, Stand, Stand! Sly and the Family Stone 'Wx talking. . .a "mouthful" . . . MR. GENE GRIME Athletic Director wexsww-+-1-fmN,o...w.,.. ..,.. . ,,. . 1. ., .3 MRS. HELEN WELDY Guidance MR. CHARLES WINZELER Guidance MR. GREG WOJCI History, Sociology ECHOWSKI gy ,,,,v ,, MR. LARRY FALOR History, Psychology MR. RANDY RIDDLE Govern ment MRS. JOY LINK History, Speech MRS. SHARON KOLB Art K1 MRS. CHERIE SHORT English MRS. CAROL WACKER English IAM MRS. SHELLEY WANNER English MR. DAVID MCDONEL Vocal Music: MRS. CHARETTE SHININGER English, Latin MR. THOMAS EHRMAN Instrumental Music .47 mmm Wk ,f .fff'1ff"N-:i2ff2'1ff'f 'wVf-'ii11Z"a- " my if -Iffliiiiiizqgz " ' ,mfilxsffi I l .... . -. . N I ' f ' fig H MISS CHARLOTTE SHARPE MR. JACK MILLER Girls' Physical Ed. Boys' Physical Ed. 1 2 M910 MR. GEORGE CLARK Science MR. RON DILBONE Science MR. GERALD GEIGER Science if fi-f , mf' ii 4 h 1 I., MRS. CAROL HACKETI' Spanish MR. WENDELL BECK Mathematics MR. JACK SEXTON Special Education MR. KEN LAUSE Spanish MR. MIKE WALKER Health, Driver Ed. S MRS. 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Q . 7 ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Q - Q Q Q 4'Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 2Q ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Q f' ' Q Q Q Q Q Q 1 - Q Q Q Q ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q - Q Q ' 9 Q Q - Q Q - Q Q Q . . Q Q Q - Q Q Q Q Q 1 ' Z Q I ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q ' ' Q Q Q Q Q Q Z - Q Z Q Q Q Q Q Q Q f Q Q Q Q , Q Q Q Q - RUSS HESS MIKE HESTERMAN SUE HESTERMAN: Choir 3, Band 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue 'n Gold 4, FHA Treasurer 3, FHA President 4, Class Vice President 2, Adrian Fresh- man Scholarship. BRADLEY HILDEBRAN DT BRENDA HILL: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, EFA 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Medical Careers Club 3, 4. MARK HOLSOPPLE: Basketball 2, 3, Choir 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Musi- cal 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, FFA Secretary 3, State FFA Award 4. BEV HORST: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 1, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3. JOHN HUFFMAN: Football 1, 2, Cross Country 4, Choir 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 3, 4, Boys' State 3. GARY HURST PEG JOHNSON: Choir 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, Blue 'n Gold 4, Scholarship Team 1, 2. LIZ KAUFMANN: GAA 1. RON KING: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Company" 3, 4, Class Play 3, Musi- cal 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Sec- retary 3, FFA President 4. DAVE KLECK: Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4. KARLA KLINGER: Choir 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Blue 'n Gold 4. DAVE KRUSE DIANE KUNKLE: Class Play 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 4-County Class Secretary 4. ROSEMARIE LANEVE: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVE LANGE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Class Vice President 3. GENE LANTZ: Football 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, Track 1, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team 2. DIANA LEAHY DANNY LEININGER: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Golf 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Class Play 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Pep Band President 4. SUZETTE LEININGER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Musical 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Top Ten. PEGGY LERO: Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 4, Medical Careers 4, Honor Student. MIKE LINDHORST: Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Student, Rotary Scholarship. KEN LEUPP: Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2. KEVIN LINK: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, 1st in Gold Medals, Choir 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President of Band 4, Musi- cal 2, 3, Junior Class President. RICK LITTLE: FFA 1, 2. 3. MARY MARTZ EILEEN MILLER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 1, Class Play 3, 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Vice President FHA 2, Choir Librarian, Teacher Aide 3, 4. ELAINE MILLER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 2, Company 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, FHA 3, Spanish Club 1, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Blue 'n Gold 4. GLENN MILLER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2. J. SCOTT MILLER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, State FFA, Reporter and Treasurer FFA. LINDA MILLER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, GAA 1. LYNN E MILLER BARBARA MINER: Class Play 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRI MOWERY TERRY MULL ANN NOFZIGER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, FHA 4. BILL NAFZIGER: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, President of Choir 4, Class Play 3, Musical 2, 3, 4. SUSAN NAFZIGER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 1, Class Play 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Yearbook 4, Secretary of FTA 3, 4, Alternate for Girls' State 3, Who's Who. CURT NOFZIGER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Company 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Musi- cal 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN NOFZINGER: Choir 1, GAA 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Medical Careers 4. TOM OBERDIECK: Cross Country 4, Basketball 4, Track 4. ED OVERMIER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. MARK PAPE: Cross Country 1, Wrestling 2, Golf 3, Track 2, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Musical 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1. KANDY PERSONETTE: Choir 2, 3, Musical 2, FHA 2, 3, GAA 1. SANDY PERSONETTE: Choir 2, 3, Musical 2, FHA 2, 3, GAA 1. BARB PLASSMAN: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 14 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2. JUDY PLASSMAN: Choir 1, Band 1, 2, 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Blue 'n Gold 4, President of FTA 4, Student Council 3, Who's Who, Honor Student, Reader's Digest Award, President Scholarship to Cap- ital U. STEPHANIE RETTIG: Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Secretary 3, Class Play 3, Musical 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, NHS 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, Medical Careers 4, Class Secre- tary 2, Girls, State 3, Who's Who, Honor Student. ANN RIPKE: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musi- cal 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3. ,IENELLE ROTH: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 4. LOU ROTH: Choir 1, 3, 4, Musical 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of FHA 4. PATSY ROWE: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 4, Class Play 3, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SHERRIE RUFENACHT: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 1, Class Play 3, 4, ETA 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2. LARRY RUPP: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, State FFA. TIM SANEHOLTZ: FFA 3, 4. DENNIS SATTISON CONNIE 'SHARPE: Choir 1, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Musical 1, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Pep Club Secretary-Treasurer 4, Class Secretary 4. CYNTHIA SHORT: Band 1, 2, Class Play 3, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue 'n Gold 4, Student Council 3. DEBRA SHORT: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, 3, Company 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, GAA 1, Class Secretary 1. DENNIS SHORT: Football 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Spanish Club 1. JAMES SHORT: Football 1, Wres- tling 1, 2, Golf 1, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Vice President of Pep Band 4, FFA 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 1. LINDA SHORT: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo and Ensem- ble 1, 2, 3, Company 3, 4, Choir Sen- ate 3, Choir Vice President 4, Musi- cal 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA Treasurer 2, Student Council 2, NHS 3, 4, Honor Student, Outstanding Senior Girl, Choir Award, Freshman Scholarship at Hesston. TIM SHORT: Football 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, Track 1, Baseball 3, 4, 1st Team NBL in Football 4, Band 1, NHS 4, Spanish Club 1, Vice Presi- dent of Class 4, Honor Student. PATRICK SIGG: Cross Country 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Class President 2. DEAN SMITH ED SPRINGER SUSAN STAMM: FHA 1, 2. STEVE STORRER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Choir Senate 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Blue 'n Gold, Class Vice President 1, Student Council President 4, Honor Student, Outstanding Boy, Rotary Scholar- ship. LIZ STOTZER: Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, I GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Student, Award of Distinction. BONNIE THOMAS: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, NHS 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 4, Freshman Scholarship to Hesston. BILL TIJERINA: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Scholarship Team 3. GEORGIA WALLACE: Choir 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, Blue in Gold 4, Student Council 4, Regional Art and Scholarship Award. PAM WANEMACHER: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, Science Club 3, Blue 'n Gold 4, Secretary of Sci- ence Club. DENNIS VOLKMAN SHARON VONDEYLEN FRAN WARNER DEB WEBER: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2. KIM WELDY: Football 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 4, lst Team NBL Football 3, Ist Team NWOAL 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Musical 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Presi- dent 4. KEVIN WYSE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, Baseball 1, 1st Team NBL and NWOAL 3, 4 in Football, Class President 1. MOLLY WYSE PATRICK WYSE: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4. ROXANNE WYSE: FHA 1. TED YODER: Football 1, 2, Wres- tling 1, 2, Band 1, Student Council. JERRY ZUVER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Musical 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Blue in Gold 4, Football Scholarship to U. of Michigan. The following businessmen, merchants, professional men, service clubs and others have made this annual possible through their fine cooperation and financial assistance. The l973 Staff and the entire Senior Class wish to thank all who are listed in the Directory for their kind assistance and encourage- ment. The presence of your name indicates your support, your interest in the school and the youth of this community. Archbold Buckeye Archbold Dry Goods Archbold lns. 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