Chippewa High School - Chippewa Yearbook (Doylestown, OH)

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' , , - f H f ' ' ' f ' - s ,K - K J r - , AV Q -'--f M , 'vi ' , a- ' A ' 55.213, , .-Q: A , mx V . A ,,. 1 k - -. ! 1 5- - if -"F"'-s I l ff" L,.hlnik .,- ! r-'QM - - , AQ ' A gif' J- :H 0- . - ' ' 5 V 1' J ' v. -A .- . ,A -....,.... M.. 4 mn wamu q . -1' " if 4 Ml 5 .1-,N " ii 1' I -.., I QM! OF K Will' ,x 1 Xa hm as af , 2 4, 3351, sem xfgj 'big BART ANDERSON BETSY ATWOOD A A TAMMY BAKER DEAN BIERI , I KARL BOOTH ' LINDA BOYAN BARB BAILEY i ALBERT BIRKS MIKE BRANDENSTEIN 1 Int-na- BARB BUFFINGTON DEBBIE BURNS JERRY BUSSON JEFF BUTZER DENISE CLECKNER DIANA COOK s a f MARTY CREED JOHN DAKOSKI III ANN DANNEMILLER M, GTE A w QQ ,,,--1 J XX k 1 xx' a f' N Y Y ,. RICK DARBY ANITA DODDS KEITH DUNCAN . .A, 9- ' 'C ' Nl . . fi-':' f-2:32 , 1, 5 I , .1 . If SHERI FARMWALD JIM FEESLER RANDY FINNEY xf fe? DENISE FORAKER JOYCE FOUTS SUE FUNK if ED GENET KIM GESAMEN JEFF GRIGSBY 'P W , fag J: , A E 1 4 9 own F 4779 Ex ' 21' L 5 STEVE HANAK KATHY HANAWALT COLETTE HARTNEY JIM HARVEY SHARI HERSMAN ' NORMA HOFF I ' Oi' we-111' WILLIAM HOUSEWORTH JERRY HUFFMAN II KEN JARVIS 1 W' 'T' it ':..,g34 L '-f4 q PATTY JARVIS TERRIE JERNIGAN LINDA JETT E F ' fi ' 3 'fwfr' -lf - ,- ax 3 Y: ' wx , 4 ,Y 1 , K . - . Xxsmr if - . s ff? , f 5 A TAMMY JONES KARLA KALLENBORN CHERYL KELLER JEFF KING ANEL KLOPFENSTEIN MARK KOLLERT BRUCE KRAEMER JULIE KUN DIANE LANDIS VIC KNIGHTON MARILYN KULCSAR LAURA LEPLEY VINCE LEPLEY VICKI LOWMAN KATHY LUDWICK TIM MERKEL TODD MILLER CAROL MINOR ':...3'7, li Q! I DANETTE MITCHELL MIKE MOORE CAROL MORGAN JOHN MORGANSTERN RONALD OSIVNIK THOMAS PAPPAS HESUS PAREJA BONNIE PATTERSON JEANNE PETIT I MICHELLE PANDREA JAN PARKS TIM PETIT I '54 fi I JERRY POL SCOTT POST PATTI PRICE STEVE PURDY DAVE ROACH LORIE ROBERTSON JEFF SALES PHILLIP SALES KIM SELL JOAN SHULTZ BOB SORRELL BRUCE STEINER ANDREA SHUTWAY JEFF SNYDER DON SROCK TREASURE STEELE PEARL STEPHENS DAVE STOCKWELL 'u 'ai AE is --I ed? .insuf- , M . , ' 5' f' - i K A ED STOLLER STEVEN SUMMERS MIKE SZITTAI SCARLET TALBOTT LYN TERRY KELLY TREADWAY DIANNA TROYER JERRY UNDERWOOD PHOEBA VANCE 'W-.. Time for discussing an eventful day comes at lunch for seniors Denise Van Horn, Diana Cook, and Jeanne Petit. Contributing decor to the office, Treasure Steele and Tammy Jones paint a design. -e 17" s mv' rw" , ' ll, , To finance ti summer trip to Mexico, Wendy Wooster ggllg For Jeff Butzer, whipped cream topped ice cream is the muin dish of a pep rally contest Party Nuts to John Haught, in which no spoons are allowed. QW' Mm UNDER CLA SSMEN ,II VI ' UNI ORS Class of '79 officers worked diligently to lead the junior class in earning money for the prom. Projects included candy sales, sell- ing mums for the football homecoming, bake sales, and cleaning up the park after home football games. As a new money-maker the juniors introduced the CHS students to "Secret Suckers" on Valentine's Day and "Secret Burrniesv at Easter.'Students bought suckers for the certain girl or guy they'd been eyeing, and junior class members delivered the goodies without letting them know who sent them. This good idea earned S75 for the juniors. Connie Allen Keith Anderson Terry Andre John Armbrust Jackie Ashley Kevin Bachman Don Baker Victor Banacki Barb Booher Carol Boyan Tim Burns Kirk Carpenter Terrie Carpenter Sandy Casto Mary Chapman ,wh Brenda Cole ' wx Mark Dakoski 'F' Bob Dannemiller " 0 Denny Dannemiller Ron Dannemiller Gary Durbin Bill Duskey Linda Farrell Virginia Frase John Friedrichsen Tim Garcea Mark Gardner Belinda Geiser Dave Gromofsky Gary Guess Mark Hammer Jon Hartney Terry Jeffery Frank Jewett Kris Kallenborn Tammy Kallenborn of fa QM! . eat-tif r 'D' 'X ' A. ri OFFICERS: Missy Sungy, Secretary: Don Baker, Presidentg Dave Whitman Vice President: Mark Stahl, Treasurer. :ii ,nf MX! 'Ma if it : ii . air' gf . .gs ,, F' S- V 4 H ya ti M I J :,, , lf, X . K if r X A . wt it W r ' , 1 R jfs aria .Nga ,ef i 2:21 11 s f .A , 4 .. 5 5 . R ' X . ing X I A , f ' g- I - . , m--- -4 - 7 -' 1' - f - fl : , 4' 1 A, , .4 4 , ' so . -E ff? J -Q., r by , J Xxthfw ,g I Sue Kemp Bob King Rick Manning Cindy Mclindree Carole Miller Karen Molnar Jeff Mollohan Joe Munday Sandy Nagy Amy Neely Tom Obradovich Steve Ousley Judi Oxley Bonnie Perrera Bob Perone Tracy Pertz Ken Petit Kim Price Jeff Pride Dan Racin Mike Ray Minda Reed Jim Reeves Beth Roberts Betty Rohr Jim Rohr Meri Ross Frank Russell Jeff Santmyer Todd Shaw Jennifer Shimer Tracie Shobe Vicki Smith John Srock Mark Stahl Tami Stanley 3 H I Q 4 I . , ,W N - lf "2.'!."PL1"?f"O4 ' ' ,.L. 2 '4 ' H- ' .J 1 TX-NNN W , M -f ,av , -an Nh While cheerleaders prepare him for the ice cream eat- The hum of the mechanized modern office holds fascination for Betty Rohr and Jim Rohr on ing contest, Don Baker concentrates. visitation day at the JVS. Larry Stiles Missy Sungy Sinda Talbott Lynette Taylor Jeff Taylor Dorothy Underwood Frank Vetter Jim Vetter Tim Vielhaber Steve Vinez Nola Walker Kim Walsh Kathleen White Larry White Bill Whitehead Dave Whitman James Williams Tim Williams Tony Williams Laura Yearick Dirk Yerian Mike Yurick Joel Zimmerly ,Kas ...xx I, M ,ll 1 -12 Concentration is the key to Keith Anderson's successful weaving on the table loom. 'il Q S UPER S OPHOMURES As tradition has it, sophomores chose class rings and started to earn money through various projects. The rings whose style was chosen by the members of the class, were rectangular shaped. Money making projects included bake sales and selling jewelry. The jewelry sales were very successful and brought S1500 to the class. In their second year at C.H.S. the class of 1980 found many new activities to involve themselves in. , il 4 ,Q tai ' r ' . ,'i' J , , Q fa , i , tx. r if r 1' 4 ' " metre Q-'te Kali. ti 1 C trec' ' r rg, f - - 1 SQ. niigvgss A if J g ' we rt? 1 Q f Q pe s , VVV Q A . k A x. f t l 'XXX ' L lv' z 5 'ff 2 is I A EOFI' OFFICERS: Lori Genet, Secretaryg Celeste Cook President Ronnie Gromofsky, Vice President: Judy Steiner Treasurer Judy Adair Roy Adams Cheryl Adkins Mark Adkins Tim Andrews Dan Ashcraft Lisa Baker Don Basler Mark Bellar Annette Bennett Jim Berenyi Melody Brown Jacky Brownlow Cheryl Burns Pam Burns Beth Butzer Lois Busson Ron Busson Rhonda Canter Sam Chapman Jill Clark Paula Conkle Celeste Cook Jill Cornachione Kris Cunard Howard Curry Kathy Curry Kathy Damron Joanna Deerman Richard Delaney Cheryl Deken Patty Dillon Janet Dodds Ron Duncan Tracy Durbin Denise Dyer Don Eckenrode Lisa Edwards Mary Evans Doug Everson Nancy Farmwald Debbie Ferrell Donna Finney Seth Fleming Dawn Foraker L .fig ' A All .t , X ,A his 5 X M in we " tl X is 'airs Q' s ...W ,W kk.. , K ,, , ,Q K , kv Q . , Y X 1 X we Sophomore class members gain experience in Exploratory Business class as they learn how to speak on the telephone properly with equipment borrowed from Ohio Bell. Bill Fouty Deborah Fowler Ruth Franks Jim Frizell Mary Beth Fry Mike Funk Lori Genet Tony Genet Teresa Gorsuch Debbie Greenman Veronica Gromofsky Candy Guess Cheryl Hagenbaugh John Hammer Shannon Hammer Randy Hart Todd Hecker Tami Helmick Becky Hicks Jill Huffman Amy Hummel Tina Jarrett Sue Jarvis Anita Jett Debbie Jones Rhonda Johnston Jim Kasburg Patricia Kays Sandy Kocsis Laura Kollert Ken Krizay Jeff Krska Cheryl Landis Dan Lepley Pat Lewis M Deananne Lindeman Gary Lindeman Laurie Lusk Matt Manning Robert McCulty Dan McEndree Jeff McEndree Terry McEndree Verna McEndree Marty McKeand Clyde Miller Jill Miller Ron Miller Leigh Ann Mitchell Craig Mullett Geri Lou Munday Penny Murdock Beth Myatt Pat Neely " Susie Neiswander It s okay to be spirited, but Dawn Foraker finds it hard to concentrate on pep rally activities at the end of the day a E' 5-J '59 gl if . V if sw .. A:-itqggw, F ,lqfb 1 iz sf-Q - an , , li' K' 2 -o f'f'l .S gross ' J y ,, 'si U'-Wm' iw 3 Mike Noble Jim Osivnik Dave Ousley Lisa Pamer Mike Pandrea Teresa Paridon Pam Patterson Sandy Pedro Brian Pelfrey Jackie Petit Scott Pond Sam Rhodes Sue Roberts Brenda Ross Michelle Sales Jeff Shaffer Tammy Shieffer Nina Shutway Chris Size Bryan Slabaugh Barb Smith Mary Smith John Somerick Bill Speicher Sherri Stanley ,ff It's the job of Celeste Cook to keep track of and record jewelry purchases Class rings of many sizes and colors bring smiles of pride to Chipp sopho- like those of high salesman, Bruce Vetter. mores. I Becky Steele Dan Steiner Judy Steiner Jeff Stiles Carol Stephens Tony Storad Terry Stover Kathy Tacchio Tom Taray Tony Tiano Beth Troup Craig Tucker Bruce Vetter Don Watts Duane Weber Don Wehling Jeff Weinsheimer Dave Whitman Brian Williams Dave Williams Lori Young Tom Zelei Sue Zellefrow "1Gr..5..r , . I I , - I t f -F a E -. J ti W V vt -t is FI E FRE HME In their first year at C.H.S., the class of 1981 started out the year gradually fitting into high school life. At first they were scar- v ed and anxious but as the year progressed they became more and more confident and spirited. Bake sales and cleaning up the gym after home basketball games headed the money makers for the freshmen. no I 4' safe' I ' Nh ,H 44 N5 iii' ' e rf - :or OFFICERS: Milly Pavkovg Vice Presidentg Dave Dakoski, Presidentg Shelly Durbin, Treasurer: Terri Hajek, Secretary. Jessie Adamson Jeff Andrews Dianna Ashley Paul Hatala Keith Bachman Karl Bachman Ronda Bailey Tammy Baker Bob Ball Scott Barat Dan Beers Chris Benak Donna Bennett Tony Bernatovicz Sherry Blankenship Tina Blankenship Kelly Bowman Nancy Buffington Tim Burrows Brad Burton Cathy Busson Jackie Butzer Carla Carnes Victoria Carnes Robby Carpenter Farian Cole Chris Cook Pam Craddock Stephanie Cramer Rick Crummel Dave Dakoski Brian Dannemiller Eve Deckard Paul Deckard Mike Decker Connie Duncan David Duncan Jim Duncan Dana Durbin Doug Durbin Melissa Durbin Shelly Durbin Steve Durbin Willard Duskey Mike Eggert Robin Evans Jerry Feesler Tom Finley Bryan Foster Karen Fouts Jim Fretwell Lisa Galehouse Desi Garcea Jay Gardner Vic Gerber 5 ' es it W Q ff- f""f' 1 "" Av , Q .gf 1 ' ' ""A 1' r 2 39 V Q, if OWA Students like Paul Hamm can get help with then- Study halls for Jerry Feesler and Dave Dakoski prove to be useful while other find them to be classes during their time with Mr. Lloyd. 3 Ume f0I 1'elaX2ifi0H- dg X' V, -Q 1 u, 'Y Eg ' X 1 1 3 le- 1 ilk X L 3 Q Y W 1 A A L r di , 'M 4' u Z lsxlifeiim ' fl L K . Q' , L,X'4 V .., h ge:-' .-' 6 L ,,vA ' W V. , O :rv TW, g Mary Gorsuch Laura Grigsby Chris Gromofsky Greg Guess Terri Hajek Kim Halliwell Lesa Halliwell Margaret Hammer Maureen Hammer Traci Hanawalt Barb Hardgrove Rob Heil Bob Higginbotham Linda Hohenshil Jim Horvath Kathy Horvath Tina Hughes Sandy Hurt Lesa Jett Lisa Jewett Tina Johnson Dean Kallenborn Kip Kallenborn Wayne Kays Ashley Kendricks Scott Kirkhart Karla Kiser Cindy Konich Brian Koval Eileen Kraemer Carla Kun Cort Labo Lisa Labo Debbie Lepley Tom Lepley Karen Lewis Diane Lindeman Jim Lusk Mike MacDonald Laura Matuch Mike McCuen Duane McCulty Tim McNutt Duane Meeker Charlene Miller Rena Miller John Morgan Mike Murdock Lori Nagy Dannette Newman Susan Osburn Jon Paridon Marty Paridon Milly Pavko Chris Perrera John Perry Jerry Petit Joann Pol Greg Pratt Deb Pritchard Dave Purdy Adam Resecker Cherry Rhodes Joe Rogal John Rohr Barbie Ross Patty Ross Donna Ruckman Lois Saeger Martin Scudder Larry Shaffer Brett Shaw Robin Shockey Anne Shue John Shutway Kathy Slabaugh Michelle Smith Vicki Smith John Snyder Tracy Snyder Don Sorrell Hedi Stanley Deb Steiner Jenny Stiles Brad Stockwell Delly Stoll Mike Stoner Ann Sungy rf, QS F' 'He 'l iii J at Q N! ' r .f 'J E is i wg , 4 ' y 5 Q-fi.: 4 ' kin , A 1 I ' 4 2 I is ep 'A-ti Elizabeth Tacchio Shawnna Talbot Dan Taray Scott Taylor Beth Tate Debbie Telin Mark Troup Dianne Underwood Greg Vetter Debbie Vincent Jim Walker Lisa Walker Tina Walker John Walsh Robert Watkins Denise Weber Melanie Welshhans Todd Weyand Dan White Roberta Whiteman Jerry Whitehead Judi Williams Leeann Williams Leo Witschey Cecilia Willis Steve Zimmerly SI A sf.. lf, A 'J J bg, Li ,Ci 'H Freshman Shawna Talbott finds it easy to express her artistic abilities as AH CXCiIiHg event f0f the freshmen is attending their 5FSf football home she discovers the slick art of tingerpainting. Wming dance- l 33 The Joint Vocational School Twenty-one Seniors and forty Juniors from Chippewa High Lorraine Adams School attended the Wayne County Joint Vocational School in Smithville this year. The students were well spread out in the twenty-three programs available. They received practical educa- tion in their chosen fields as well as completing their academic credits. ,,t.t, , J . s Robert Busson Barry Goffinet if-F' 'T-CQ Fred lson Terri Busson Cathy Griffin . -If 2 '-1 ,Q 'iii Xt. , S23 :gg 1' ,, h Steve Justice Steve Boychi 'fffiii 'L 'Qi , iii? si Trudi Conkle ., .gtgs-."3 , Q ,th if f tg ffi a ' A r 'TVN A .7 'fli- . X ak at a QQ X ,, . ' it 1 - - V f . get F- Q f-w f . 4 we M t V We it ye fl J 4 . t lf? Qemaaetff Dale Hoover J - gs ri James Kelley f. . . x Q Bart Anderson if f St 'i if K, W I N 'Q 7, Steven Bullard an 1 5: :rw-. , W' 5? . t X , ' i w xt X iv , 1 .w ,fr , -, A fat .x-: .- Annette Genet g ' 2 X .K Eel,-rl, M Lg-s5f,5f XA Q, J , Z , Tony Hughes ,IIN 2 A Kevin Kirkhart ri GS vs 53 P ' 7-me k - ,, Af , 9, - fig, ' L. iv -3 41,1 I ,N. Randy Lawless .5-.ww 0 f ,rf Q X N .fu g iii 1 by K . ig, Sue Morgan we cf K rf -:W 'X W i"'- 5 ' TE r f l I I ' Kelly Lower Jeff Mullet! ., 7 , iRi:"fQs V? -1 ,419 Peggy Novak Gary Ross , A hx- i , ,ff y . ,' l, i J ' I 5:1-W , "' ' . I' -5 , 146 X4 is gb ssgtlg, . fu Q' 7:3 Nga, I. Q K is 'R Xl f X- .V 4 g , , .xl 3 - ",l '14'-254114, ,N ""' Mark Semonin Mike Smith E wg:- Diana Steiner Kenneth Stoller I' .K .. as if er- ,f 'fi - XR: 53 'I i ' ,ar , 'Qu a a 5 Q I fe 3:55. r , X5 fl 7 li ,..xWFr-ff in' . ,-- GE A ,Q - A : -'- .' M h Q Michele MacDonald il Dorine Nicholas -c'::f" " Phillip Rowe f A, f -Q-:zAa 9.5.2-Lee W Wesley Speicher . Vit. , rpg- K . .V K ,jg f. M. G. ,s,l Q- , 1 , L- ,. ' 'if ,. W Mark Summers Tim MeKeand VW 7? ax .lil C77 We Ly! Kim Noble Michael Sehiefer Teresa Stanger 4232 ,,, , ' , I lx il M. Jim Tredway gf 'Q 'Q Z 1 Z 19 5 '4 Q ' fi? Jeffrey Wurnlrr Debbie Watts Teresa Watts John Zimmerman , ggi' .. gi, 5 it ., ,.,... ,MW i, , :.... By breaking cars down into their many parts in the Auto Mechanics lab, Dave Guod and Vince Lepley can get 11 clear view ofthe brakes that will be harder te get at in the cars they will work on later. , S The friendly service of John Murganstern is available Maintenance al the JVS is handled by the Building Maintenance class and member Randy Law in the .IVS Tea Rmmi fur persons with nmmtime less. reservations. Steady employment in the Machine Trades field is assured by the many Q I, i hours of close work Mark Kollert puts in on the drill press. ri er waves and blow dry cuts are part ot the 1500 hours Terri Busson Iti g . . . t , . ' has to put in before her State Boards. S Q E 5, I 3, A. a4'N! Y i , 'S-'I 4 at It takes love as well as planning to fill the hours of the children Annette The mouth mirror is used by Sue Morgan to practice the charting of cavi Genet helps watch over in the Child Care lab, ties for the record ol' "patient" Doreen Nichols. 2 S 3 2 A CA DEMICS ADMINIS T RA TIO V 5: 135 -Si Xgi 5g 5 J , 1i 1 275335 E Q K Q 1 'Q' .07 e 1 S. iQ 'WH-Q-. PRINCIPAL: Robert Herbst, ASST. PRINCIPAL: Rudy Yaksich SUPERINTENDENTI Ralph W. Jarvis L..L,,?L, Q h 3 if ,L Qc- SECRETARIIISZ Ruth Kruemer, Marge I-Ianak ,.. The warmth and competence of Mrs. Ida Leksan graced the Chippewa School Board for eight eventful years. BHK YOU CR NOT .-HOKING Although Dr. Philip Gilcrest retired from the Chippewas School Board after sixteen years, his service to the district continues. K i 4 5' I M!! as Q51 1 , - . Q! SCHOOL BOARD? FTOHT. Row: H. Lepley, R. Marshall, D. Lindemang Row 231. Foster, R. First. 41 SOCIAL S TUDIES SOCIAL STUDIES: Carl Dulin, Larry Durbin, Denny Schrock, Bill Wallace, Steve Caples Ann Dannemiller is ready for Mr. Herbst to take his oath in a mock trial in Mr. Dulinls Supreme Court and Constitutional Law class. y, l ' Highlight of 1920-Present class is a study of the attack on Pearl Har- bor which is illustrated by Dave Whitman. A ,,.,-me 'Ab-'f'5 LV if F-ig Q 553' ' , Q t I , ' fi l 1 s, K 2 M, 5 QQ us Junior Mark Dakoski is wary of his decision to let Mr. Wallace tie him to his facsimile of a Puritan dunking chair. i r-4 9.x Q-, ENGLISH Z -igd ENGLISH: Doris Murray, Jean Sturpe, Sara Hubacher, Larry Bolman limp, 'r 412 .qt if iii ff 1 K ,l 'xt ,. gm., ,' L W runny. Characters from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales are brought to life by Jerry Team Jeopardy enlivens Types of Literature class for Maureen Hammer Underwood, Barb Bailey, Linda Farrell and Dianna Troyer. Don Sorrel and Brian Koval. 1 an SCIENCE AND MA TH l Aside from doing proofs, Veronica Gromofsky, Todd Shaw and Jim Rena Miller and Joann Pol experiment with sound, a bell jar and vacuum lfrizell do colorful geometric designs. pump. A-c 2 A 'P' A kr If class time is used efficently, books can remain in the SCIENCE: Jon PHPP, Dave Parfitt, Ermie Moore lockers overnight. E ,-1 L Q MATH: Mike Motil, Tom Buch. Bob Landis Lisa Baker, Rhonda Johnston and Jeff Krska search for the center of a triangle with the help of a ruler. I Mirrors are used to measure proportions indirectly by Ashley Kendrick, Ceclia Willis amd Todd Watkins Litmus paper is utilized in a titration experiment by Jon Hartncy. ARTS AND VOCATIONAL 1 IG" ,- -----.....,,,-Q it-N 1..X. Stained glass, a new course offered by the art department, takes concen- tration and a steady hand for Treasure Steele. 'N is ART: Denise Robbins M K E V xt ., .. A . xf1t.ff ' K il , is It usually takes an entire 9 weeks period to finish a project such as the one Ken Petit has tackled with the help of Mr. Miller. N ,,.,. 1 V, . ,, , ..j'lq E! .El aka ,o hv f 5 ff7'f5" 'Q-73 g C 'Q-:N HOME ECONOMICS: Marlene Dennison, Eloise Bishop, Jane Buch 4, i . ., i .. t xg 7 W 0 '- 5 E V 'xx ,K W 4 b , , - I . pf! I P 1 ' V W J MUSIC: Donna Robertson, Dennis Herris 1,7 ' 'Ay-Jaw ' 5' 'lil ' My , , . N 9, X1 I , X' R, K . . r. -15 ' ' , ,J fig QW? I , E is -l 8 ,I , 1 .5 V: "wwf l I Y. 1 1 .Ni ,Z 'Ma l T-l: 9 1 A project of Home EC 1 is a pre-school party, A skit performed by class INDUSTRIAL AR-1-S: Alan It-ft Richard Miller members has its young audience enthralled. P.E. and Special Ed 1 90 Study hall proves to be worthwhile for Kathy Tacchio and Michelle Sales as Michelle teaches herself to type. J' u '1 Daredevils as they may seem, climbing the ropes to the top is merely fun for the boys in Mr. Moore's class. l , Spec. Ed.: Denny Lloyd, Chris Cikra, Chuck Hartz 48 3, ,yy Q 5...m.w+N,.,,,, ' HJ M Qi -wi. iw " i -full ,H .9 L ,-,,, When everyone else takes a break from the day to eat, Carol Stephens and Kelly Stahl go to work cleaning up after them. 3 DRlVER'S ED.: Terry Dennison PHYS. ED: Deb Dobney, Ernie Moore 121' ITC: ' '1fff1T?, T37 1"1ft i . ve 35, ...pun-1 Practice and the use ofthe videotape will give David Duncan the experience he needs when it's time for a realjob interview. BUSINESS AND SERVICES i 'N , -. kv' yt.- ... JS- A . . K .sg . S gas. g - . ' COUNSIZLORS: Mr. Casey, Mr. Johnson. .Lx ,AM A filmstrip and presentation given by Mr. .lenis makes freshmen aware of the opportunities available at the JVS. ,ru X LIBRARIANSS Mrs. lfeesler, Mrs. Watkins. f l- With well-trained students like Chuck MacLane around teachers don't have to worry about setting up audio-visual machines. , if V ' - t. .-., ., W . if ., 7 A -1: A .t g 2 K. rn' Q - Q r i .figs LN +2 , :gr 'f .. - i t t -,- gb tjffgygtf . M, g Jn 5' G - iii' - l f.5,i5a!' lit" -I I-Isa my 4, zq, t -2, vii Q ,wlgx Q is H Y be Y 1 f S t SP J .3 5 is l ' ff 'W ww? Q -A 1 we ,Wg t 5 .Y , ' ati? L' A -fffi X 1-'Q , fiiifit 4' ' ,J Exit 5 it 1 "' X' ff tgirl t ' t' t G f 4 . ,,,, ,- A. I rig. t. , Q. ,1 vt, .gf -' , f J 2 Ill t Jay . I tit 1 1 NYXM l I 4 xxx f ,ff .rl goood... I UJUI EZ :- QS 3 'UG Cjl' 'O Z0 EFF C 7'-r 7:13 93 4 wx no 777 2 HS 72 SE . .49 C7 EZ 'ICT' zz 'O 'f-E, E: :sf S! Sw 5-3 V? - S? '2 lf' A demonstration on the tasteful use of cosmetics provided by Montgomery Ward is' u feature of Exploratory Business eluss. ei U Cv- ,.-.was .audi Exploring the business world Brian Pelfrey, Bruce Vetter, Lori Young and ln typing l-B Kris Kallenborn practices the basics to sharpen her skills ut Lisa Iidwards practice selling their elite products. typing letters and transcripts. MUSIC, MUS C, MU IC The Marching Chipps Band under the direction of Mr. Dennis Herris participated in contests at Wadsworth, Coventry, and Newton Falls. They also participated in the Wayne County Bandarama and the Canal Fulton Christmas parade. The band also made a return appearance at a Cleveland Cavaliers halftime show. The Chippewa High School Choir, directed by Mrs. Robertson, con- sisted of 22 members. The choir performed at the Christmas and Pop Concerts and Lions Club. They also participated in the Smithville Fes- tival. A STAGE BAND: Front Rowg D. Purdy, B. Dannemiller, S. Rhodes, Row 2: V. Marching is a skill in itself, but marching while carrying and playing Young, L. Farrell, Mr. Herris, R. Delaney, Row 3g B. Perone, J. Oslivinik, T. Ber- a heavy tuba requires even more coordination for Jeff Weinsheimer natovicz, J. Grigsby, S. Purdy. CONCERT 8r MARCHING BAND: Front Rowg R. Johnston, J. Stiles, L. Grigsby, K. Walsh, D. Telin, E. Kraemer, C. Allen, Director Mr. Herris, Row 2, L. Hohenshil, S. Jarvis, M. Gorsuch, C. Rhodes, M. Reed, T. Shobe, S. Rhodes, L. Baker, Row 3, K. Hunawalt, N. Farmwald, K. Booth, C. Dekan, D. Pur- dy, J. Huffman, B. Dannemiller, Row 45 R. Delaney, B. Perone, R. Canter, T. Bernatovicz, J. Osivinik J. Grigsby, J. Kun, S. Purdy, Row 55 G. Burns, V. Young, J. Pride, S. Kirkhart, D. Ferrell, M. Evans, L. Farrell, Row 6, Weinsheimer. Head majorette Norma Hoff struts her stuff under the lights to the tune "Livin' Thing." Mascot Debbie Ferrell performs to "Superstar" during one of the band's many half-time shows on their home field. .,v, Warm-ups come first, especially first period, then comes practice over words, parts, and finally the parts are smoothly put together. li Q,-, -uiii fl .lll nrfr 1 5 - EW, f . ' t '. " 1 ' x 'qi ,Qin .4 3 ., ,G , . ,. Q A . K ,f In '35 X- vga ,Fi , by . I . 55: . . , .i 'Q 5 4 . ---, ,L 'Q .' ,- 'gNx..-.fZT.,x Q.. Af" , 12' -,z,... 5.422 ',-A, 4' W . ,. , I . ' , 4 - 1- rifffffi?-j i . , fiQg,.,3 ' ' W Medleys ot' Christmas Carols put the student body in a singealong mood during the assembly the day before Christmas vacation. PEP BAND: Front Rowg G. Burns, T. Shobe, Row 23 M. Reed, V. Young, L. Farrell, Row 3g K. Booth, J. Osivinik, T. Bernutovicz, J. Grigsby, Row 45 K. Walsh, K. Hunawult, B. Dannemiller, J. Kun. S. Purdy. -Ili ef, sf 'KM V Sophomore Lisa Baker is purt of the semi-circle surrounding the drum and efer feature, "Coke" 53 ,,'ss.wm lllllltl 6 ..Am 'Malkin-...Q The honor of tearing down the lust of 53 links in the When he signs out every day after third period, Ron Tacchio is still technically in school as teachers' end ot' school chain goes to Mrs. Murray. he works at the Doylestown Police Station. . 171 The footrest used occassionally by Mrs. Bailey is to aid her recovery from surgery in March. .,...,,,4 nv Public relations with the small folk at Hazel Harvey goes with the cafeteria job held by OWA students Dave Duncan and Bryan Yurick. Coaches Steve Caples, Dennis Sehrock, and Mike Motil's morning hall duty frees them for practice right after school. r Clara the clown provides attention-getting special effects for Carol Boyan's storybook reading in Speech class. 5' rl- ,,,-f' N...-n-P' , Wjff BL.. .4 .This year's Home Ec l students are immortalized on a wall hanging by student teacher Mrs. Cathy Motil from Akron University. D. C. DOINGS This year our nationis capital hosted sixty-four members ofthe class of '78 the week of March 13th. The class toured the city and saw many ofits highlights. They visited the National Art Museum, the Smithsonian and a night visit to the memorials. The trip was highlighted by dinner at the Golden Table and "The Mighty Gentsf' a play at the Kennedy Center. ln anticipation of seeing Jimmy Carter, Jeff Grigsby, Barb Bailey and Mr. Dulin stand in front ofthe White House. Washington D.C. attracts visitors from all over. Diana Cook, Ann Danne- miller and Denise Foraker talk with twins from England. -'flu-U F X-...NWWM k Denise Van Horn, Mrs. Lepley and Mrs. Van Horn prepare for the senior D.C. dinner and raffle. Sleep is a commodity in short supply. Bruce Steiner and Marty Creed show the signs ofa sleepless week. I hu ,sr , CUSTODIANSZ R. Cornelius, D. Hicks, C. l-licks. BUS DRIVERS: Front Ruwg J. Stephens, B. Jarrett, B. Santmeyer, Row 2g J. Keller, B. Burns, P. Neel, C. Sales. J. Nash. lf. Busson, J. Burtram. ng C ', '. " ' A A , , Any F' 1- fr: R 'L R af Ln R C P f ' 1: 1 . , COOKS: M. Miller, M. Richards, B. Post, J. Van Horn. fl ,f Aff , CLERK ASST. , CLERK: V. llartcl, B. Nuglic. fi - .. Lk 4h:'lQaq.!- ' ,Q , W 1 A 1 f . ' 1- K 4 ,NN ll" 3-r... , , K ,NN9 4 x 40 3 SUPliRlNTEND1iNT'S SECRETARY: A. Watkins. awww ...J STUDENT LIFE GRAD UAIT I ON '78 On June 4, 1978, 134 Seniors graduated at the stadium. Of the 134 Seniors 29 were gold cord and 1 1 recieved scholarships. The class salu- tatorian was Kathy Ludwiek, class valedictorian, Dianna Troyer. Speak- ing at commencement were, Tom Pappas and Dianna Troyer. Salutatorian Kathy Ludwiek and Valedietorian Dianna Troyer receive their medallions after four years ofhard work. To eheers of, "ole," Hesus Pareja reeieves his diploma from board member Don Lindeman. Graduation for Mike Moore and Tom Pappas is a serious occasion but they still find time for a few laughs. ...... if ' ei in ,, 4.w'f.w1Q..,1.wi - ':'- im- - Ht .A ' ' ' s.... .A ., issyi ' - " , 5 2. ,'.r- r W -iti B'f?"'i?' . - ' ' ' i I 'Nw '3 4 "1-A 5,7 U ii' " 'i3,'S , at ft' L 4 4' S L. w - 'Q . 71 , " .' Q s ii' t iii igiu i f s 'asm' T351 i 4319! 'mu -gg fl FQ' i 4 , I S Siu ',' , :i"f' it , of P , if gp. :li-fl' ' . . i' , .. . Sitting together for the last time, every Senior must wonder what lies ahead for them. The Class of '78 is on parade for proud relatives and friends for the final time. For Kathy King the thought of graduation holds many possibilities for the future. Valedictorian Dianna Troycr expresses her feelings with N song lyrics. X f K 'K Revcrand Garth presents Mike Moore Mr. Yaksich presents Linda Boyan the with thc Ernie Moore Scholarship. Sunset Open Scholarship. ,jg If K X Z fi if 3 r' Q 1 Class president Torn Pappas gives his Speech in Support Qf A sly grin from Linda Boyan seems to echo the mood of every Senior who wus at the the sciiogi levy, 95th annual commencement. WHITE SA TIN KNIGHTS Candlelight, soft music, and good food were all a part of the 1977-78 Junior-Senior Prom held at Stan Hywet Mansion on a Y long-looked-forward-to June evening. V After a buffet including ham, chicken and roast beef catered . by Balaun's, King Joe Williams, Queen Sandy Willison, Prince . Frank Russel and Princess Karen Molnar, dressed in their finery, V danced to the tune of Knights in White Satin, the theme song, as performed by Madhouse. Celebrating being chosen as Prom royality with a kiss are Prom Prince Frank Russell and Princess Karen Molnar. M KKFQN The formal attire worm at the prom doesn't stop Jerry Busson and Rick Audience P211'iiCiPiiTi0H, Sh0WU in the Hokey POICCY, iS Pflfi of MHdh0l1SC'S Manning from boogieing. entertainment. 3 2 fr. ,il as ,:. 1 ni The low lights and the late hour mingled with the slow beat of the music helps to set the mood that draws the slow dancers out on to the floor. l 2. l l, Prom night was a special night for everyone, exceptionally so for Joe Wil- Tuxes and tails and long flowing dresses transform everyday guys and girls liams and Sandy Willison who reigned as King and Queen for this elegant into Knights and Ladies in White Satin. evening. r 1 an i PRE PROM A fun filled night at Steiner Youth Center started off the big weekend. Steiner was open for swimming, basketball, pool, table tennis and even tennis on the outdoor courts. lf anyone happened to get hungry the junior class parents arranged for everyone to be fed. 0 if I f ESV An opportunity for a free game of billiards is taken advantage of by Jim Harvey, Dave Stockwell, Frank Vetter, and Joel Zimmerly. Steiner Center's indoor pool is the sight of an evening of refreshing dips and daredevil diving. A if Q. 1 - 1: - ff X fs... .,"i W...---'-f""""'M5mW'm The king of table tennis, Dave Whitman, plays junior advisor Mr. Wallace With the gym to themselves Jerry Underwood, Tim Williams and Mike for a couple of quick games. Brandenstein can shoot without the pressure of an audience. Chaparone Mr. Casey chalks his cue as he waits for his turn, but his attention is on the challenge leveled by Tom Obradovich. ,mx E F 6 xx i I Pooling their nickels for a round of Sweet Tarts, lcr and Tami Stanley crowd the candy machine. Missy Sungy, Carole Mil- ,.-1' 5 .., if 12""'f' .. jeff' - . 'G-n., K 47 lm' , ,K is 'V i I if Hot ham and all the fixings along with good conversation serves up u lot of hungry juniors and seniors. if i f "-'-f vw V SPECIAL TUESDA YS Tuesdays were considered special days at CHS. Intramurals and ' , A, 'VY,'f , 'Zim A ' V the frogjumping contest topped the list of activities. ff , A V V i,, , . 5 i "' it A i " M " 'l srudemspafuciparedm W1iifnebai1,baskeiba11, volleyball crab T i T soccer, and Weightlifting, all trying to qualify for the finals on i Qi ' , 5" ii lx 5 V Intramural Day. YQ: Q' ' A " T W A 'Q sei ,.T2'z,z2:-v a Y figs-55 M Q A n v H , 74 lil itil 7 i id 1 u A 3 " " A Ernie Moore's biology classes hosted the 12th annual Frog " M" Jumping Contest in which Jerry Busson and Todd Miller's frog leaped the farthest to give them a S15 first place prize. W , W ' 'll 'f t :Ll A mkmmvwm A minute instructions on how far tojump. Fr, f aa. J J 'im W .Wm W -...Wax ,aww .MN ,sm Senior Todd Miller hovers over his frog, Leaping Lenny IV, giving him last E,- J' Everyone stops to watch the ball that sophomore Jackie Brownlow man- The last words of Todd Miller apparently did help as he and Jerry Busson's aged to get up despite senior Carol Minor's defensive efforts. frog capture first place with a jump of 6'9W'. When the senior and sophomore guys get together in bas- INTRAMURAL MANAGERS: Front Rowg Mike Moore, Row 2g Dan Taray, sandy Nagy, liefbally WS Ways a baffle- Tom Gafcca has ideas of Put' Diana Ashley, and Jim Frizell tmg the Seniors ahead' v Intramural Managers Wendy and Mike represent the class of '78 as the winners oflntra- murals this year. Both their names will be placed on the Intramural Chief. Freshman Dan White quickly marks the spot of a frog's last jump while Bruce Steiner hopes it measures enough to take a first, 67 IN TRAM URAL DA Y Intramural Day was held on the 22nd of May, the Seniors last day of school. And of course they weren't going to leave without a remembrance of them. Consequently Winners of Intramural Day were the seniors. Sophomores and Juniors placed second and third respectively. The Freshmen brought up the rear and won the hon- or of cleaning up after the event. But despite wins and losses among the classes, all had fun. u 'il 9 The most brutal event ofthe day is crab soccer. In final competition the ju- nior girls are once again edged out ofa first place, but this time by the sophomores. 1, we-mn. ,, .. 1-...mesa ta.-.ww-aqqggql,-.. g,. ln basketball competition, freshman Milly Pavkov is a big scoring threat as 1110 ffvshmen SUP by U10 juniors in HH OVCYUIIW' Senior first baseman, Jerry Pol grasps for the whiffleball but is outbeaten by the airborne sophomore runner. tink---w x FRESHNEN A , lf iqwwwmrj W vi' ,dy ,xr 'w 1 F Jifl, PILWJ, - C. A. 'r-gf f -1 - vgpfgc X, The taste ofnurnber one must be really sweet, at least it is to seniors Todd Miller, Mike Williams, Steve Hanuk, Bruce Steiner, Jim Feesler, and Albert Birks. Determined not to loose the crab soccer ball, Phil Sales puts up with the kicking and shoving in hopes that his team will be victorious. r r llltll , r r 1 1 , i 'l'i'N'NHl,1j+Ai,J,it . fe., 7.3: TNF, rzsf. ',,,,,,,, 9 47 Wiftleball action shows pitcher Denise Van Horn and third basewoman Barb Bailey preparing to defeat the juniors. Genesis, who invaded the Coliseum Stage before a sell-out crowd, played nearly all the songs that their loyal and waiting fans stood in line and spent their hard-earned money to hear. Alice Cooper plays chicken with the chickens in a song from his "Lace and Whiskey" album in a performance well worth seeing. Genesis has a show which is full of music, lights, and lasers. As for their showmanship, they are the tops without a doubt. F IDDLER Students and teachers working together produced one ofthe most successful plays in the area. The play was directed by Mrs. Hetsch with Mrs. Murray as her assistant. The cast started practic- ing in October and spent Christmas vacation practicing six to eight hours a day. Opening night was Friday, January 13. The atten- dance was estimated at 350 for their Hrst performance and rose to 550 for the Sunday matinee. The total amount cleared was 5850. The fiddler, played by Martin Scudder, practiced many hours to play in four scenes. Tzietcl, Lyn Terry, plays matchmaker to her sister Hodel, Diana Cook, while the mop plays the handsome prince in Hodel's life. A surprise visit by Grandma Tzietel's ghost, Diana Troyer, helps Tevye convince Golde to let Tzietel and Motel be wed. The butcher's departed wife Fruma-Sarsh, Marilyn Kulscar, threatens Tevye of Tzietel's fate it' she marries Lazar Wolf. Through her tears Tzietel tells her father that she would rather dig ditches or haul rocks than marry Lazar Wolf. Tevye's, "Do You Love Me'?", startles Golde, Kathy Ludwig. But they de- cide, "after twenty-five years, it's nice to know." sm H 5. as 'lid if wgtxtil. .M ,. tr ma if XY ...pi0"' Under the wedding canopy and before witnesses, Motel and Tzietcl repeat their vows to the Rabbi, Mr. I-lerbst. An unlikely match with a radical flowers for l-lodel, Diana Cook, with the Milkman Tevye, Mr. Dulin, substituting for his lame horse, takes a break radical Perchick, Mr. Wallace. and dreams of his life as a rich man. The engagement ofthe butcher Lazar Wolf and Tzietel is an occassion for celebration by the hard working men of Anetevka. FORTY CARA TS Forty Carats, a two act play adapted by Jay Allen, was pre- sented by the C.H.S. drama department on May 5 and 6. In the play, Ann Stanley, 40, falls in love with 22 yr. old Peter Latham but wonit admit it until she see's that her 17 yr. old daughter Trina is in love with 45 yr. old Eddy Edwards. She then decides age doesn't matter. Cast: Connie Allen, Ann Stanley, Jeff Butzer, Peter Lathamg Miss Sungy, Trina Stanleyg Todd Miller, Eddy Ed- wardsg Kim Walsh, Granny Maud, Don Baker, Billy Boylan, Greg Burns, Patg Kevin Bachman, Mr. Lathamg Carole Miller, Mrs. Lath- am, Denise Van Horn, Mrs. Adams. A portion of Plaza Suite was presented at the Dalton One Act Play Contest. Performers were Lyn Terry, Greg Burns, Jay Gard- ner and Sheri Farmwald. M ii CAST: SITTINGQ D. Baker, K. Walsh, C. Allen, J. Butzer, M. Sungy, ROW 25 G. Burns, T. Miller, K. Bachman, C. Miller. f f. K ,aa aa .Y Granny Maud watches while Ann Stanley tries unsuccessfully to hide her face from Peter Latham. T r lf Admitting her love for Peter, Ann yields to his kiss. Eddy Edwards enters Ann's apart- ment to disclose his plans to mar- ry her daughter Trina. Mention of engagement sends Granny embracing Ann with joy only to find that it is Trina that is getting married. Every little bit of experience will help Katy grow up to be an actress so Mrs. Hetsch is sure to attend practice. For many students thc day begins and comes to an end on the school bus. 'NT i .l A field trip to LaCita, a Spanish restauran ony of the semester. t, is a perfect way for the Spanish classes to break the monot- 1.-ni-I an-......l fr Af' 5. ,S 53 .5 L., Speeches are short but sincere as candidates for next year's sophomore officers face their class- mates gathered in the gym. ,gl P ,,,.. A fretting Jill Clark backs against the wall, but We all know that it's Bill Fouty behind that mask. Carole Miller speaks on the qualities of National Honor Society members as candidates arc tapped. HARLEM ALL-S TAR On February 14, the Art Club sponsored a basketball game be- tween our own fantastic Chipp faculty and Tricky Dicky's Harlem All-Stars. The moneys earned were used for the trip to Mexico in the summer. The fans enjoyed all of the All-Stars practical jokes, but watched their teachers fall to defeat. The Harlem All-Stars prove they're not just tricksters by helping this young lady improve her lay up. ,,..-5 The Chipp teachers have worn out one of Tricky's men and he must be revived with the help of a shoe. QQ All-Stars add to the effect of the water fake-out by joining the crowd for a confetti shower. Taking a cue from the high-jumping All-Stars, faculty team member Mr. Marshall goes up in style. f-mr-Marv-,-Q. Q . . .. A-sa. .wi A 't Y A Hf'w'.fs's . Battle 0 the Sexes f The tennis team held a match between their star female player Diana Cook and vice-principal Mr. Yaksich on February seventh. The match was to raise funds for indoor play at Springside. The match-up brought in S200 while Ms. Cook defeated Mr. Yaksich eight games to one. M,,,..,w-W tg wma grief .Ares ease N ,, ez V ffp ffr ' r ' .e sf 139 JQQI 4 .,. z , ... T , 3,15 fs 355 ss sw NEB' W9 s rs I There are smiles on the faces ofboth the winner and the loser as good sportsmanship triumphs over bad. in -wr-11 Pre-match publicity is over and honor is at stake as both Sides hope to Say, A cool and Collected Diana Cook awaits Mr. YakSiCh'S fireball Serve, which "We are the Champions," often ends up in the net. ily f With the tennis team serving as line judges for their money-making project and Dave Whitman as referee and announcer, the stage is set for the match. CHEERLEADER Cheerleading is not just performing under Friday night lights. It takes hours of practice until you're ready to get out in front of a roaring crowd and give it all you've got. lt all begins with the nervousness of tryouts, and everyone does her best to attain one of the available spots. For the girls that make it, itis only the beginning. With the arrival of summer comes clinic. This year the Frosh chose O.C.C. at Findley. The Varsity picked Firebird Camp at Ashland College, and were honored as one of the top six squads present. The Reserve decided not to attend a clinic, but to rent a Cabin and work on their own. They also participated in money-making projects including a clinic for live to fourteen year olds. In September, football season seems like it will never arrive, but in the end, everyone was glad to get out ofthe chilly weather and into the gym. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Carole Miller, Sue Zellefrow, Carol Boyan, Tami Stanley, Kim Price, Missy Sungy It's the kick-off, and in order to see it Carol Boyan mounts the shoulders ol' Carole Miller and joins in the chanting. Even before the crowds arrive Chipp cheerleaders are convinced that their team will come out on top in the first tournament game against Louden- ville. .ff ,mr F. - 5 :tt ,.,.f-"' ,405 -.azEL,,g . 3 S 1 Q3 ' wi A 6,5 I' r . , ,t A . , A., gd, Smithville gymnasium houses a tough match-up and a pair of psyched crowds. At the whistle the cheerleaders run on to the court and do their "Varsity Victory" cheer with hopes that they, and the team, will satisfy the funs. Mft f f WE, WW ' 5 fi RA' X, ff af L" ,ar 'I J. t .QQ K Y A 2, A .X 5 , A""i" S X' ' , 14 1 f f K' 7, ll, . 7' S an ,, 5. 4' """- ,- , .s , wg? .. F 1 eq r k' A ,A - H , ii lx' i t Q- c ll gr 'I ll I Y ,n it l ll L ' 4 JA RI, 3 Y. Q ,, . .I V , A "L K' QP' 4 - at J 11- X... .vmrs , . f , . . F, P ,Ft ff ' X ,-wa, u ' - w 2 V Siitfzttrftai e A ' 5 S free' '- , W S, w w le.. -'A ,, V - ff 1 Pg? x Sw pg...-...ug W Q h . ,t M ..,r2g,, . N. . S14 5 5 '35 vFi?'-'ehiatt' ' - s ae: F k mQ m.2Z.g'1 ',.'oI1ifSQv A RESERVE CHEERLEADERS1 Betty Rohr, Jill Miller, Beth Butzer, Jill Huffman, Judy Steiner Ashley, Terri Hajek, Jackie Butzer Q. it ... vqyv. I .N . 'f,'-'.-... ,. O1 ' ' 0 P S A K, f : f irq 5 NW ' s X Q 3, 1 yy FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERSZ Shelly Durbin. Milly Pavkov, Dizxnnu CHS GONG SHOW On April 20th, Chippewa High Student Council held its first annual Gong Show. The enthusiasm was great with sixteen acts vying for the first place prize of 325.02 Second place received 513.28 while the third finisher earned 54.98. Jon 'LChuckie" Papp, the man of the lab, served as MC. Our celebrity judges were Doris "Juicy JP." Murray, Carl "Diller', Dulin, and Denise "Rex" Robbins. Six ofthe acts received the almighty gong and some ofthe re- maining acts just barely survived it. First place was shared by Joe Munday with a superb drum solo and Dianna Troyer and Greg Burns in 'flieelini it" which was a love scene in a park all done in robot-like movement. Hemo and the Hemostats captured second place. Ann Dannemiller took home third place after a fine sing- ing performance of "Send in the Clowns". Everyone really likes the announcing oflon "Chuckie" Papp, but then again everyone really likes physics. Seniors Kathy Ludwick and Dianna Troyer munch down on fried embryos and lizard tongues at the Conehead King Resturant. Ci 1 a. .-v- V ,N g i tu 2 X - 1 s it t S H 3 H NJ 3 ' q eg Q s C.: r in ,ws B I 1 Celebrity judges Doris Murray, Carl Dulin, and Denise Robbins make it evident which acts they think are bearable. The talent Joe Munday displays on the drums gives him not only u share of first place but also a standing ovation. In an unforgettable performance of "Ifeelin it", Dianna Troyer and Greg Burns touch the hearts of all lovers. Their robot-style act brings down the house and a Shure of first place. i Mitt hex iiolvlvn: ,MH Second place winner, Hemo and the Hemostats, performed a unique and hilarious version ot' "When the Saints go Marching In", DEAR ECHO BLUE DIARY Dear Diary, Well it's June already and today is our last deadline. What a relief. It's really been an experience for all of us. We'll always remember Mrs. Cikra's dreaded announcements coming over the p.a. warning us to be at those Wednesday night meetings. When you would hear her or Mrs. Robbins call your name from down the hall you'd run in the opposite direction only to be greeted by one of them later in the day with a "little somethingu that needed done. Not much gets said about all the work that,s done by the annual staff. You don't hear about all the layouts drawn that can't be used, or all the notebook paper with useless words written on it that gets thrown in the waste basket. Remember that iirst deadline? Up until all hours ofthe night trying to get Hnished, knowing that in the morning, everything would be sitting just where you left it, unfinished. Some things that we'll never forget are our dinner at Tangiers that we all agreed we deserved, and our new salesman with the blue eyes. The few of us that went to yearbook camp at Hiram College won't forget the food or how much we Wanted to go home. Connie and Tami will always have the numb fingers from typing in the back of their minds. Carole won't let us forget that she had to do six whole pages for her last deadline. All year we wait for our last deadline and now it's here. It's sort of sad when you look back on all the fun we had together. We were sort ofa family I guess. Love, Missy 8a Lynette ECHO BLUE STAFF: Front Rowg Mrs. Robbins, L. Boyan, M. Sungy, Mrs. Cikra, K. Bachman, Row 2g A. Birks, D. Baker, T. Shobe, J. Steiner, J. Shultz, C. Allen, L. Taylor. - Copywriter Carole Miller employs concentration and solitude to combine CHPUOYIS written IO iHf0r111 readers are fYP9d bef0f0 511211 deadline bb' MiSSY layouts and captions into memories. SUHSY ilfld Tami SUIHICY. y .5 5 A vnf I Q L' ' si! z ,N S! l 'E . , X F 4511? NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: FRONT ROW, T. Stanley. M. Sungy, D. Baker, B. Steiner, T. Millcr, T. Pappas, C. Miller, K. Kallenborn, H. Pareja, ROW 25 P. Jarvis, B. Bailey, D. Troyer, B. Atwood, K. Ludwick, L. Robertson, A. Neely, S. Nagy. . t .... g ..........,,,,,, M Q . A . ,N,' ,Q .......,""f'f........,....YT ,Q A,. 5 , gk.. f 4F ,P I ff, as V rfxlti-Q,wy bi f f mgwsewirziswss . www' H... .L.. I l A STUDENT COUNCIL: FRONT ROWg D. Baker, K. Ludwick, D. Troyer, D. Whitman, ROW 2: D. lforuker, J. Petit. A. Dunnemiller, M. Kulscar, D. Cook, S. Hanak, T. Miller, B. Steiner, L. Terry, ROW 3: T. Pappas, C. Miller, T. Stanley, M. Sungy, M. Telin, D. Dannemiller, S. lfarmwald, ROW 4: L. Genet, S. Zelle- frow, J. Steiner, .L Petit, R. Gromofsky, J. Cornacliione, C. Cook, ROW 5: T. Baker, K. Lewis, H. Stanley. S. Durbin, lf. Cole, ROW 6: S. Durbin, D. Dakoski, T. Hajek, M. Pavkov. DRAMA CLUB: lfRONT ROW, Mrs. Zletsch, A. Shutway, J. Kun. V. Young, C. Allen, ROW 2gN. Shutway, J. Deermnn, B. Hardgrovc, M. Welshans, C. Mil- lcr, K. Kallenborn, K. Walsh, K. White, M. Sungy. C. Hartncy, D. Troycr, ROW 3g L. Busson, N. Walker, D. Underwood, K. Sell, P. Jarvis, D. Kun, L. Nagy, J Adamson, M. Kulscar, L. Ludwick, ROW 4: M. Reed, P. Craddock, L. Halliwell, D. Telin, G. Munduy, T. Paridon, R. Canter, N. Ifarmwald, E. Kraemer, M. livuns, ROW 51J.G?:11'dfl6f, T. Shobe, M. Telin, Cv. Burns, J. Pride, L. Baker, C. Deken, L. Terry, S. Jarvis. - BLUI-I Rl-lVIliW STAI-'I-'z l-'RONT ROW: C. Allen, T. Shobe, T. Kallenborn, L. Boyan, K. Anderson, J. Zimmerly, ROW 23 B. Cole, K. Kallenborn, M. Kulscar D. Van Horn, D. Cook, D. Mitchell, K. Gesaman, ROW 3gT. Williams, R. Manning, M. Chapman, B. Buffington, M. Ross, ROW 45 M. Reed, J. Pride, V. Frase, S. Nagy. B. Ruhr. .Q :lvl bg, SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW, Mr. Wallace, L. Robertson, P. Jarvis, S. Hanak, M. Sungy, S. Hurt, L. Baker, A. Kendrick, L. Jcwctt, M. Gorsuch, N. Shutway L. Williams, C. Dekcn, K. Kallenborn, B. Coval, J. Stiles, C. Rhodes, C. Michaels, T. Burns, T. Baker, K. White, C. Willis, N. Farmwald, L. Hohenshil, A. Shut- way, T. Gorsuch, T. Shobe, J. Shutway, W. Farmwald, B. Ball. ff., NS . . -. ,.... -,..X FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROWQ Mr. Bolman, ROW 23 B. Atwood, L. Terry, C. Hartney, D. Baker, ROW 33 T. Jarrett, D. Farrell, M. Evans, J. Shultz, D. Troyer, B. Bailey, ROW 4: S. Jarvis, C. Hagenbough, T. Snyder, K. Ludwick, S. Farmwald, ROW 51 L. Galehouse, K. Fouts, J. Adamson, B. Tate, ROW 6: B. Sorrell. 85 ART CLUB: FRONT ROWQ L. Galehouse, S. Durbin, ROW 2, J. Pride, D. Bennett, W. Wooster, M. Kulsear, ROW 3: K. Walsh, S. Zellefrow, C. Gromofsky L. Lubo, ROW 4, A. Neely, D. VanH0rn, L. Lepley, L. Taylor, ROW 5: B. Geiser, A. Dannemiller, T. Steele, T. Jones, ROW 61 D. Foraker, Mrs. Robbins, J Petit. SKI CLUB: FRONT ROW: K. Kallenborn, D. Cook, M. Kulsear, P. Lewis, K. Kallenborn, K. Walsh, K. White, T. Paridon, B. Hicks, Mr. Parfitt, ROW 23 S. Kemp, C. Konieh. T. Haject, M. Pavkov, K. Lewis, M. Ross, B. Geiser, J. Paridon, D. Ousley, ROW 33 T. Shaw, J. Butzer, J. Reeves, M. Winkler, T. Jones T. Steele, D. Burns. P. Burns, J. Pride. D. Troyer, S. Farmwald, ROW 45 T. Merkel, M. Creed, T. Petit, M. Gardner, M. Noble, M. Telin, G. Burns, B. Ball, R. Miller, S. Hanak. r,.,,i,-,.. . J 'Chi PEP CLUB: FRONT ROW, J. Fouts, D. VanHorn, J. Petit, S. Willison, L. Lepley, W. Wooster, T. Steele, L. Jett, M. Kulscar, A. Dannemiller, K. Gesaman. ROW 21 A. Hummel, J. Petit, S. Hammer, J. Steiner, D. lfuraker, J. Miller, L. Genet, J. Clark, D. Dyer, A. Jett, D. Mitchell, ROW 3: N. Hott, K. Kallenborn, T Hajek, L. Sagear, M. Welshans, C. Konich, S. Durbin, L. Halliwell, J, Rohr, ROW 41 M. Evans, T. Snyder, D. Underwood, T. Baker, R. Carpenter. J. Butzcr, M. Pavkov, ROW 53 A. Neely, C. Miller, T. Stanley, J. Ashely, M. Hammer, D. Ashley, ROW 6g B. Steele, J. Hut'l'man, B. Butzer, C. Guess, B. Ross. ax if in LIBRARY CLUB: FRONT ROW: L. Matic, N. Walker, P. Jarvis, D. Baker, C. Michaels, ROW 25 B. Ross, C. Hagenbough, T. Hughes, D. Underwood, L. Bus- son, C. MacLane, C. Landis, C. Burns, S. Stanley, Mrs. Watkins. 87 xi OFFICE HELP: FRONT ROWQ Mrs. Hanak, K. Molnar. D. Cook, D. VanH0rn, B. Bailey, Mrs. Kracmer, ROW 25 T. Stanley, C. Miller, J. Shultz, S. Farmwald. 1 pnunnw- Lg. 3322 .IUNIOR IOICZ FRONT ROWQ B. Bucher. B. Rohr, B. Cole, Mr. Marshall, T. Carpenter, L. Taylor, ROW 2, J. Ashley, J. Oxley, V. Frase, S. Talbott, S. Nagy, NOT PICTURISD: K. Price 4-X f sa... ,, 1-.-ell' 1 OWE: FRONT ROW, J. Vetter, J. Freidrichson, M. Phillips, L. Yearick, S. Kemp, M. Yurick, ROW 25 B. Blankenship, D. Newman, T. Starling, C. Wertz, Mr. Hartz, S. Vinez, L. White, J. Williams, R. Pullen. . .5 496 OWA: FRONT ROW, Mr. Lloyd, T. Hanawalt, C. Carnes, K. Bowman, K. Stoll, L. Jett, ROW 2g C. Labo, D. Duncan, D. Bieri, P. Hatala, J. Blankenship, B. Yurick, J. Weyand. 41421- .ni fliW ' il Mm-MH 1+ ffl S E111 1 Y i I., 8 in SPORTS FRIDA Y NIGHT FEVER A psyched Chipps football team exploded into the season with a first game victory over the Northwest lndians, 33-8. The Dalton game, one of the most intense of the season, was a struggle be- tween tough offensive strategies and super-tough defenses. As re- ported by the Wooster Daily Record, 'Tears were streaming down the faces of the Doylestown Chipps at midfield. Dalton players consoling the Chipp players, but also congratulating themselves. Both teams were helping their wounded off the fieldf' The Chipps . fell to defeat by a narrow margin. The final score: Chipps 3, Bull- ,, dogs 6. As a result, Doylestown concluded the season with a satisfying second place in the W.C.L. The Sportsmanship Award was presented by the Doylestown Pride to Mike Williams, and Phil Sales was given the Mutt Stevens Award. Jerry Busson ranked as Most Valuable Player. Loyal Chipp fans can be counted on to keep up the noise and excitement that gives the teams an extra edge. l l VARSITY FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW, J. Huffman, V. Lepley, T. Miller, D. Srock, M. Williams, J. Busson, J. Butzer, J. Williams, P. Sales, E. Genet, ROW 23 J. Dakoski, D. Stockwell, J. lfeesler, J. Sales, J. Underwood, T. Petit, M. Winkler, M. Birch, H. Yates, S. Mills, ROW 33 K. Bachman, J. Srock, R. Manning, D. Gromofsky, T. Watson, M. Dakoski, L. Stiles, K. Carpenter, G. Guess, ROW 4g G. Durbin, T. Williams, B. Whitehead, R. McCulty, K. Mills, J. Bereni, D. Whel- ing, R. Busson, T. Obradovich, ROW 53 D, Williams, J. McEndree, J. Krska, M. Pandrea, D. Watts, B. Fouty, S. Pond, ROW 6g J. Zimmerly, D. Saeger, B. Wil- liams. Total body involvement is put to use by this Dalton player against the well-conditioned strength ofju- A familiar clash pits Jerry Busson against thc nior running back Tony Williams. inpenetrable orange crush. l An overcrowded stadium filled with rual fans as well as teams is only one ofthe problems at the dissappointing Rittman game. I o gy In QllllHlL5 Although their eyes are on the current play, the minds of Mick Winkler, Ripping paper and C.H.S. gridders are awaited by Carol Boyan and Missy Head Coach Durbin and Coach Dennison are on what will happen next. Sungy during pre-game ceremonies. HOMECOMING '77 Students and parents wore white mums in celebration of l-loinecoming 1978. To Queen Jeanne Petit. senior attendants Laura Lepley and Sandy Willison, junior attendant Jackie Ashley, sophomore attendant Lori Genet, and freshman attendant Shelly Durbin. the night was special. The C.H.S. football team played the chilly, October game in their honor. The teams entered the playing Held, one in blue, one in green, to the sound of cheerleaders and chanting fans. Almost before the game began, it was over with the Chipps on top 'll-0. The victory over the Smithies gave us our first shut-out of the year and in- creased our record to 3 wins, 2 losses. The theme 'gAutumn Dreams" was carried out the following night honoring the Queen and her court. The band Hoody Ways entertained the dancers. Queen Jeanne Petit is admired by Brandy McKee and lsltlian Watkins as well as senior attendants Sandy Willison and Laura Lepley. To seniors Henry Yates and Mick Winkler, football is more than tr game. lfrom early August to November, it is a life of hard work and preparation, and the end product is seen lfriday nights on the battlefield. Wu-s me YZ Exhilerating strength and determination is shown by the blue and white defense as they once again hold back the green and white offense from gaining that necessary yardage. The outcome is a Doylestown shut-out. Af? -v If 3 'Nl is ' asf K 'L -.V mx, xg, V . . . , " 2 i kiwi. is . .-W.. .- +1 1 ,. ' -we--if' it M ,ig , "1" sf '- ff' , ' ,L ' . H 4 ,Ii.:gz,8, .5 ii .. .t gf" "s'. r -A f A ' "Q , filo " 'ff ta:-J '- r-Q ff. .tt f H T, ff f --.riff .1 . V - -5 f 13.6, ,ff oy: J 1191 ",'x,rlJ 'xJgq4YL:31lfA' N .x.1S ' : , Y Nggiyggfffvs, , ,,4 .an3a.+E'...F25.-f2ot.i..124Q FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: FRONT ROW: M. Paridon, K. Bachman, S. Durbin, K. Bachman, li. Villers, G. Pratt, ROW 2: J. Whitehead, B. Koval, J. Walsh, D. Kallenborn, L. Witchey, R. Heil, ROW 3, J. Perry, D. Durbin, D. Purdy. T. McNutt, J. Petit, J. Lusk, V. Gerber, ROW 4: W. Kays, S. Barret, R. Ball, D. Dakoski, M. Troop, M. Eggert, P. Decker, ROW 51 D. Meeker, Coach Young, Coach Denni- son, Coach Landis, B. Shaw W' X Qhkntn, --We . After the offensive line is positioned, center Mike Williams places one hand on the with the Pigskin embraced in his hflndf 1sff52leS mes to free him' football and awaits the signal to make the snap. self from the tight grip of a Smithie. DISTANCE WITH DIS TINC TION Many miles and long practices were the key to the successful season for the girls and boys cross country teams. The girls, running for their second year, ended the season with a 5-0 record. They ran in five invitationals, mostly against AAA schools, and they gave fine performances in all of them. They took first at the All-Ohio CAAAJ Invitational, which took the place ofa state meet. The boys team finished with a 7-O dual season and this year they had a lot of firsts in the history of Chippewa cross country runnin. For the first time they qualified a team to districts. The team consisted of Jim Rohr, Bruce Steiner, Tom Pappas, Mike Brandenstein, Frank Russell, Dan Racin and Denny Dannemiller. Jim Rohr was the first state qualifier. The special awards given to the runners were: MVR Karen Molnar and Bruce Steiner, MIR Veronica Gromofsky, and Kris Cunard. , . . ' ,W .Lei The practice and dedication pay off for state qualifier Jim Rohr as he strides the length of the home course in hope of another victory for the Chipps team. The first ten places are claimed by Chipps including Keith Anderson, Chris Cook, Jim Fretwell and Todd Shaw at the W.C.L. meet open race held at Chippewa High School this year. A chance for a W.C.L. championship in sight, Denny Dannemiller and Dan Racin concentrate on the final mile and a quarter. Their eleventh and tenth place finishes help win a team championship. After a successful season, a team meeting is called in Coach Jane Buch's room to vote for special awards. Sophomore Jackie Petit listens intently and tries to decide who deserves the trophies. l . if - ww ' ' f'r?.9Q 5 f. '- 1 'Q' ' Q., , . ' d Ginn! Q NN' 'F 'M few ..... r S152 We x X xx I it .4 r llzii 4.1" ' Q , 4. - " " , ' - ' ' Q ' LQ, . fm ' V. f Q.-- .gag .tr ff . J if a 3 t VV gj J- 'vs 4 is , - :V -' fj"i'-J. .N ' C ,'g:.l,,' fi. V1 if ' YA' ' ' 2 'dugg 'S .-' , Q-3 tg AJ I ,Q - uf Msg, 'M ' he 'I ,. A-' --,-xq ,gift ,,-Y 'eg - ' ' " ff- it W1 . ,ff I' x . GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: FRONT ROW, V. Gromofsky, J. Petit, C. Cook, D. Lepley. K. Lewis. ROW 23 D. Durbin, K. Molnar, T. Busson. ROW 3gJ. Shultz, J. Petit, Coach J. Buch. J ,I 'rf . J X' Llgi 4 BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: FRONT ROWQ K. Anderson, D. Racin, J. Taylor, T. Shaw, B. Steiner, D. Sorrell, J. Rohr, J. lfretwell, D. Dannemiller, ROW 25 D. Leplcy, S. Zimmerly, K. Cunard, J. lfrizell, ROW 3gCoach T. Buch. M. Brandcnstein, F. Russell, T. Pappas, C. Cook. B. Burton. SPIKES WITH SPIRIT Thc 1977 season record for varsity girls volleyball was 5-9. Mrs. Dobney served her third year as head coach. The Chipps began very slowly, opening with four losses. As the season progressed the team began to warm up. and their talents blossomed. They produced a comeback victory over Smithville and won five ofthe remaining ten games. The Chipp netters lost to Fairless. a tough team rated second in the drawings, in high school tournament action at Lake Middle School. 'ttlw .KN slr' Varsity action for Melissa Durbin includes a bump hit with ready help wait- ing from Denise Vanllorn and Lori Young. A young squad lead by captain Denise VanHorn has to come from behind for a victory over Smithville after a first game loss. ...... .V ,.. J - 7 - V S 3 , 1 i. 'WW .A Q 'ff-32 t-., - ' 55' X ' T s gd , ,V ml , V spur. ,r.., ,.,, W.. - , , The captain ot' the team, Denise Vanl-lom, shows her leadership ability with a successful hit to the front row. Yvf'.'2i'.ieLi.'1IlAQ'E:'i.. siwlv ' A long, hard practice will improve Karen Fouts' spiking ability, especially ,W H . -N ew-Q . - , if-r-za ' when she's pitted against Sandy Nagy. 'A . M , 'M' 41. . .- A ..,...,.,M,...,..f-N ya. f . Y 2 ' . Q A s 1 F4-. X Difficult top spin serves from Sandy Nagy limit the number of returns by the Chipps opponents. Victory over the Smithville Smithies gives Lori Nagy, Lori Young, Heidi Stanley and Judy Williams a chance to cool down. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: FRONT ROW, H. Stanley, B. Ross, L. Young, D. Van Horn, M. Durbin, ROW 2g D. Linde- man, K. Fouts, C. Kun, L. Nagy, A. Dannemiller, ROW 33 Coach Dobney, S. Nagy, J, Williams, C. Guess. ON THE GREEN For the eighth year in a row, our swinging Chipps golf team finished first in the Wayne County League. The team consisted of five members including captain Marty Creed. They were led by Coach Dick Miller. Marty made history this past year when he be- came the first Chippewa High School golfer to qualify for state competition. 's ur an " . f ,, 49 ff J - , 1 , ,sa - , ' , Y' H ,. ,. 0 s , ' I ,f7, JS "m A., .f-gat '-Ffh ' cl- 31' fy ?'-tt f'-5652.11 ' ,, ,., Y . ,L ,. , 1, ':.,,n,f-2 A' ,.,. f',,, -.t' 4-hy? 'S faf-:".k I-" "x .'. If ' .4 ' 'i5.b7it' " 'Q The team golf' balls, labled Chippewa High School, lend a considerable amount of class and style to our golf team. Shown mastering his putt, captain Marty Creed has the handicap neccessary to compile a 38.42 low medalist average and qualify for state competition. r Chipp Varsity Goll'Tt-:amg Al Birks, Mark Gardner, Marty Creed, Doug Everson, and Matt Manning. 100 After a long walk down the fairway, an ametuer might be confused but second teamer Al Birks knows which ball is his. ,,s- 'S is 'hi .-0 'vii wi? .WW ' IMP! . ' yin? ..L,f 42. ."'gfA. e.,',, : ' ,3Q'.,, , ' ,w lik f" I. tag, 4433? ftcfyr ft. ' ' 'Q' M. Aa. .-LQ bf 9- ' - 5 ' 5 " " 'g 'MG A. . is '7 .' .:f.- 51' -f A 'fi-AV-V 3 Q, D ', I ,gig Jn. . ,Q vi -. 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Mhfuwfn A at 0-.A As Al Birks and Mark Gardner watch, Matt Manning gives senior Marty Creed some helpful hints on his putting. Sophomore Matt Manning, practicing his putting, realizes that his All- County honors weren't achieved on the fairways alone. SUCCESS AT SECTIONALS Being a contender for the Wayne County League championship wasnlt expected of this year's varsity basketball team, but near the end of the season it was the Chipps, Bobcats and Bulldogs in a three-way tie for first. A surprise defeat by the Rittman Indians knocked them down but they got back on their feet to keep them- selves in the race. In an exciting, physical game, the Chipps fell to the Norwayne Bobcats, ruining the hopes of first place in the League. The C.H.S. varsity entered Canton Fieldhouse psyched spir- ited, and ready to rough up Loudenville on February 15. After defeating the Redbirds they went on to beat St. Vincent-St. Mary in an action-packed game going into overtime and ending with the Chipps on top as Sectional Champs. 7- ,., ., , As well as giving him a spot on the W.C.L. second team, the ball handling of .lim Rohr dazzles opposing learn members. The skilled hands and distinct style of capturing rebounds makes Todd The pressure is on Phil Sales as he shoots the foul shot sending the Section- Millcr a valuable addition tothe Cl-LS. team. al game with St. Vincent-St. Mary into overtime. ,nv f r .. According to Coach Casey, "When you put Henry Yates in the game you know something is going to happen." This is pointed out as Henry Yates recievcs the Newton Kerr award. N 0 . - 1 I ,ie .1 v d 2' Getting rebounds is more than pulling a ball out of space for Jerry Underwood. 2' - ,,...-W -W H' V . . .wr .fy ' 'like W 4, at L ,w rt . '-- . -1-r-...::"' . in , tm: 'Y a ,, 9 , Q -, ' 5, ' 7..g,w:li4f:.' V ' 5 - -, f:f'35?+ - . rt? T, V Center Phil Sales goes up for two in display of his crowd-pleasing iumping ability. VARSITY BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: M. Moore, J. Rohr, J. Sales, T. Pappas, ROW 2: M. Birch, T. Miller, J. Underwood, ROW 3: P. Sales, B. Steiner, ROW 41CoaCh D. Miller, Coach B. Casey, J. Zimmerly. 103 2 V J MY HEART "You're in My Heartf' a pop hit by Rod Stewart, served as the theme to the 1977-78 basketball homecoming. The three seniors nominated for queen were Diana Cook, Carol Morgan, and Dianna Troyer. Escorted by seniors Jerry Underwood and Tom Pappas, Queen Diana Cook was crowned and received a kiss from her two escorts. The fighting Chipp basketball team came up with a victory for the court, defeating Smithville 78-76. The following Friday night the court was honored at a semi-formal Christmas dance as the group "Madh0Uge" performed, A smile from Queen Diana surely will lead the Chipps to victory. r-'f""' E 3 1977-78 BASKETBALL HOMECOMING COURT: Freshman Lisa Galehouse, Junior Missy Escort Jerry Underwood congratulates newly crowned Sungy, Queen Diana Cook, Seniors Dianna Troyer, Carol Morgan, Sophomore Jackie Petit. queen Diana Cook with a kiss. 4 3' QQ Bn e 1 i i 1 MORE TEAMS Fighting Chipps reserve basketball team, led by Coach Dick Miller survived a hard-fought season with a 15-3 overall and 12-2 leauge record to capture a first place title in the W.C.L. shared with Dalton. JV team members accumulated the best rec- ord in many years, an accomplishment to be proud of. Sophomore team, coached by Bill Wallace, achieved a 2-4 record against a schedule of tough opponents. Determi- nation, skill, and aggressive battles against their rivals brought to these young men a satisfying season to reflect upon. Fighting Chipp freshmen compiled a 9-4 record under the coaching of Terry Dennison. D. Taray ef Bl .iitlxliis .,.,ig'1Ui I tt2.,yN.' :lf Q. tw -,if :If tr - X t., 35,57 5, in ff- 'E if f. V ,wuts Y S ttiifff5?frg!J'1'J,?il" , it iff fl lg ' ' K? 3 52 gif 4? 1 t ,I Wifi? fi e ,fc J' 'hw 55 " ' iiiilf M rr ,ta H, E -' ffj eff it if' J l J 'ry 4 si tl? SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL: CLOCKWISE, TOP: S. Pond, T. Taray, D. Everson, C. Tucker, M. Funk, G. Lindeman, Coach Wallace, M. Manning, T. Hecker, J. Berenyi, T. Storad, D. Watts. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Front Row1G. Pratt, S. Durbin, J. Paridon, J. Petit, B. Dannemiller, Row 23 T. Lcpley, J. Feesler, M. Stoner, J. Lusk, D. White, Row 3g D. Durbin, M. Paridon, M. McKuen gy ...tg ,....,........ - 4... he Q3 c M .. aff . L '- 1 ...W--W...-1 '- L 'W' -v , A rs. "' L. A 1 RESERVE BASKETBALL! Front Rowg T. Garcea, D. Dannemiller, J. Hell. D- Wehling- G- Dllfbiih B- Whiiihelld. T. Andrews, C. Miller. Coach er. 105 STRAIGHT SHOOTERS Chippewa girls basketball ended the season with a 3-3 Wayne County League record and a 5-7 overall record. The 77-78 season opened with a close win over Akron South, but then they dropped to a l-4 record before winning again. Norwayne was the highlight of the Chipps schedule. With the boys varsity in the race against Norwayne the girls game also proved to have excitement ofits own. An upset special, the Chipps managed to put together their best game of the season, dropping the Norwayne Bobcats 54-48. Special awards went to leading rebounder Shannon Hammer, most improved Wendy Wooster, hustle award Carol Boyan, and most valuable Sandy Nagy. VARSITY BASKETBALL: FRONT ROWQ J. Clark, S. Nagy, B. Bailey, W. Wooster, M. Chapman, C. Boyan, ROW 2, S. Hammer, L. Young, C. Cook, V. Gromofsky, J. Cornachione, L. Edwards, ROW 3, M. Boyan, Coach E. Novinc. RESERVE BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW, S. Hurt, L. Nagy, D. Durbin, M. Durbin, H. Stanley, D. Lindeman, ROW 23 C. Stevens, M. Sales, J. Wil- liams, C. Kun, L. Williams, ROW 3, N. Shutway, Miss Camden, B. Hard- grove. 106 Three against one make two! Shannon Hammer entangled with three oppo- nents, drives left of the key, to score. The flight path of Heidi Stanley takes her in close and under the hoop for an easy lay-up. Y!!! L f I '- KT 4, t Up for grabs! Carol Boyan ter and Mary Chapman. 5, ,.4inl tips the ball to waiting teammates Wendy Woos- wx X '11 iw. Qin' I P r :Q 1? Q z.-, An example of a good percentage shot is taken by Shannon Hammer durin tournament action against St. Thomas Aquinas. 13 The purpose of Mary Chaptnarfs position is to dribble down Court and Sometimes an action shot draws a foul and permits Carol Boyan to sink work the ball in for the good percentage shot. two ff6CbSffS' WEIGHT WATCHING WINNERS The highlight of this year's wrestling season was the victory at the W.C.L. tournament. There were four county champs, and John Srock was voted the tourney's most valuable wrestler. The Chipp Wrestlers Hnished the season with a 5-2 dual record, placed eighth in the sectional and sent three wrestlers to districts. They were Jerry Busson, John Srock and Don Srock. The team voted Jerry Busson most valuable wrestler and John Srock most improved wrestler. In order to put his Rittman opponent on his back and work toward a pin Jcft' Butzer threads the needle. r FSM Sit-ups during the team warmup before the county match help the wres- tlers loosen up for their individual matches. V ff o ' 2 , ,.,,..., . A ...V . V . ' tti' 1 ' r-'rom the neutral position Albert Birks sizes up his opponent and searches The Cradle is 21 gvod IUOVC YO USC f0f SCOYUIE back P0i111S- TONY Genet USGS tor some clues to what his next move might be, it to keep his Waynedale opponent on his back. 'IO8 Tri Captain Jerry Busson signals victory and a W.C.L. crown for him and a championship for the team. WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROWQS. Fleming, D. Purdy M hgizert D Sorrel J Ro al T Genet K Bachman ROW2 D. Kallenborn, F. .lewett,J. Walsh, A. Birks, M. Da.koski,J Busson J Huffman R Busson K Banhman G Pond ROW 3 Coach Krajcik, T. Williams, M. Williams, J. Srock, S. Purdy D Srogk B I outy D Gromofsky Coach White CHALLENGE ON CINDERS The '77-'78 Boys Track team had a season to be proud of. They won first place honors at the Smithville Night Relays, the Doylestown Invitational, and the Clay- mont Relays. Freshman and Sophomore boys and girls won the WCL combined team score. The dual meet record was 4-1. Nine boys qualified for districts. The Most Improved Award went to Jerry Underwoodg Total Points and Most Valuable Field to Kirk Carpenterg Most Valuable Runner went to Phil Sales, Most Dedicated went to Jeff Grigsbyg Tony Williams got the Coaches Award. X -.. i""' '- M i S Head Couch Dennis Schrock continues the togetherness which 880-yard relay runners Jeff Sales and Kirk Carpenter felt as they and their teammates took second place at the Kent Stark Branch to qualify for districts. 42:1 -.1214 'H ,- .. 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'M Versatile Keith Anderson piles up points in both field and running events. it vc .. - ,ai , ' yt , t .ufimkfa fi -kg ' A .. it ' , . ,,vvV, 3 2 . ov W., f . v 1 : I I V wins :N-vids S C A W ' 'aw wwaww 7 '4v-.1 -'rw There is no letting up in the 880-yard run. District qualifier and county record holder Frank Russell's final push drives him into the finish line. fr H x ji "5 ' 1 Q 5 I tl ,I Qt li'-2 - .. s 1 ' - 32' .2 ff ' Q 3 '. - -J ' - Xs.. , .LN - G rggika rg rs. . WY J at K., Q: '-.' an ,Arif-I"'E.. - . M -if : A " I ---My 5 . S , if v3 if f- K v 1, 'ir dx F N , 1 . . 1. W 1 F3 ' Q - if gi' -I . ' 75... 5 1 Q 41 R 'sf W2 X iw.. Q. ' I .. Tiff K . sg 1 it P? A! ww EE F R: . ,f . . --4. gg - . , f- -V ' .Pi . . ' 7 '7 "' "fs ' ' ' ' .tif--. I , I .5 . Ts, .' ref: it fr ' r' -' ',,'J':,s s fi . .a 1 3 " .. 2 , H!! fu if f"f fa , ,sg "Y- kvqX.,l'. ,-,sri-,H . - f Y rg- QM, Fw' I 'w fa "" Y Aff-tr ifww t 'N Track Court And Escorts: D. Lepley, Petit, P. Sales, L. Boyan, M. Williams T. McNutt, C. Boyan, K. Carpenter, N. Hoff, M. Brandenstein, J. , R. Gromofsky, S. Pond. ON THE RIGHT TRACK This year there were many changes for the girls track team. There was a new coach and all the girls and guys meets were run together. The girls finished first in the county and sectional meets, and sent two girls to the state track meet, Carol Boyan and Sandy Na8Y, who finished fourth and sixth respectally. 1 n r The team has a fully set of stretching excercises that they use. Jackie Butz- er loosens up so she is ready to run. x 3 ., L. ' So as not to get disqualified Carol Boyan and Beth Myatt, members of the 440-yard relay team, listen to the starter's instructions. l The "set" position is a moment of anticipation. Carol Boyan, the lead off runner of the 440-yard relay, gets set for the gun. The placement of the baton is important in any relay, Norma Hoff hands off to Joan Shultz during the mile relay. The hand offs are important, but so is what happens betweeng Judi Williams takes the baton around the curve in the 880 relay. 'WF Qi ' iw R In ,. f yf ,d- 2 "W ' W J" Q V Mn- V 1 ' 1, 2 W0 we " i S?" kfj , QM' ,, 1f :' The determination and dedication that a distance runner needs is shown by Celeste Cook and Karen Molnar as they participate in the mile run at districts I .L . . . is I Track Court and Escourts: D. Lepley, T. McNutt, C. Boyan, J. Rohr, N. Hoff, B. Steiner, B. Bailey, J. Underwood, J. Shultz, M. Brandenstein, King, V. Gromofsky, D. Lepley The final flow of adrenalin gives Linda Boyan the needed energy to kick in- fo the finish of the 220- The Doylestown Invitational gives Debbie Lepley and Jackie Butzer the chance to gain experience. 'FJ . 'sl .Q s iifgfgiw' 5 ,. I 0,-bil., After the finish of their events Sandy Nagy and Barb Bailey help keep other Freshman hurdler Diana Ashley concentrates on the form and on staying team members calm with their easy going ways. -out front as shc goes over the hurdles. VARSITY BA TMEN The 1978 Chipp Varsity Baseball team was faced wih the challenge of capturing the W.C.L. crown for two years in a row. The squad, coached by Denny Lloyd, produced a season to be proud of. Compiling a 14-5 overall and 10-4 league record was good enough to finish second in the league. The season, extreme- ly tense at times, was a hard fought battle for first place. At one point in the season four squads were tied for the number one position. Having defeated top contenders Norwayne and Rittman twice, the title rode on the last game against Hillsdale, a win would assure the Chipps the championship. A highly emotional and disappointing game for the Chipps gave the Falcons a 64 vic- tory. Finishing only behind Rittman in the league, Doylestown shared the second place spot with Northwestern. Receiving awards were Senior Jerry Huffman who was voted as Best Pitcher, Best Offensive Player, and Most Valuable Player. Dave Roach, Senior letterman, earned the Coach,s Award. . -..t' wr- . 3 . 52 , 4 , , . p y. A "RQ An alert opponent makes it impossible for first baseman Dave Stockwell to make a pick-off play. CH Cm? if 51 f i if , in it Q G 5 I 1 I dr? wg A rw ' 1' VARSITY BASEBALL: Front Row, T. Haller, batboy, Row 2, J. Busson, J, Pride, D. Wehling, J. Dakoski, R. Busson, G. Linde- man, Row 3g J. Huffman, D. Stockwell, T. Pappas, D. Roach, J. Feesler, B. Whitehead, J. Bereny, J. Harvey, Coach Lloyd. H6 'D 3-, I 1 ...ap .. Inclement weather causes more labor for Busson's field keepers the playing area so the Chipps' schedule can be completed. -wi , . l jp' ., I-QQ ui' to ready Pitching ace Jerry l-luffman's E.R.A. of 2.17 and batting average of 473 are the reasons he is this year's most valuable player. s , . 2 i A g -a s 3 3 2 Ai g,-5 ' "sais l t l' ' 19915 . ,Br b lv ' - , 3, I -K -m-f-- X, , ,. P' x t , tw - 1 159' ','.-J x .-" if- .3 f"Y" -, I '..- '-. . 1 K- A- n. -Q , . i t V qw K Mug ,WE ,,8-Mag:-egujs -M 5,1 ik:m,3,,..,3,. :,. ,. u a , , l 5 j eve1f2,qa4.m1av,9 ,,pa3'z:'. N 1- , H., - te. wg, Q ' ' 3,. --.qv ' 1 Hn. infix X gp 'A--g,3 . v:'n.wf' - xlgxfuw ,L .. Z . 0 1 - . X .Q "ft, , -33 ' I '-ff," .."-aTL'1r.x,1szvufd'IS....'i'i' -. .,. - : 'W ifi-Y-' . Q.. s "lf-.Q , X- -4. The challenge intensifies for Senior Dave Roach to beat the ball to first base as Smithie opponent stretches within inches to nab the throw from the pitcher. RESER VE S The 1978 Reserve baseball team, coached by Rob Marshall, compiled a 4-5 league and 4-9 overall record. Consisting of many rookies, the team was lacking ex- perience. As the season progressed, the quality of play improved. Despite many cancelled games as a result of rainy weath- er, these young Chipps gained valuable insight for their future years playing Var- sity ball. , , f A. fy,-W ug - K , . x, RESERVE BASEBALL: Front Rowg M. Manning, T. Lepley, J. Steiner, T. Storad, C. Burns, T. Taray Row 2, M. Funk, B. Dannemiller, B. Burton, B. Foster, D. Taray, J. Lusk, J. Frizellg Row 35 Coach Marshall, D. Dakoski, J. Mollohan, L. Witschey, M. Stoner, D. Watts, M. Anderson, C. Tucker. Varsity and Reserve player Gary Lindeman comes to the assistance of varsity teammate Jim Feesler as he makes an effort to re- cover a well-hit ball from his Waynedale opponent. 'IIB U 6' J ., -14" CHAMPS A 6,41 if 'LJ P-4 fU CD :II U: o- o K4 V3 4 2. 'E' 14 o- B- H FV U2 93 5 E D3 ffl 4 ,.. G P? o 3. o r: ffl c :1 G fb N oo H7 ,.. :t Q ill they racked up a first place to defend their title. Other schools ., .f L' 1 j that participated in the tournament were Cuyahoga Valley Chris- ' ' .',,. tian Academy, Norton, Rittman, Waynedale, and W.C.J.V.S. Coach Ernie Moore and his team practiced long and hard for the tournament. The first game they had a bye but quickly knocked off Cuyahoga in their second match. This put the mighty blue and white into the finals against our rivals Rittman. But the Chipps pulled through to remain number one. fbi. Q. I, .. . " ' fb Teammates Watch as Mike Moore helps Jim Rohr after the agony ot' a The defensive duet oi' senior Mike Moore and junior Jim Rohrjump the missed shot. However the Chipps still retain their title. height of the net to block the ball. . , ,ac ' 'U N 4 , Q Volleyball Team: Front Rowg B. Steiner, J. Rohr, M. Moore, P. Sales, J. Dakoski, D. Roach. Bill Whitehead watches his teammates do the job as Row 23 T. Pappas, B. Whitehead, D. Dannemiller, J. Underwood, J. lfrizell, D. Lepley, Row 3: Bruce Steiner sets up the volleyball for Phillip Sales Coach Ernie Moore leap and spike against the opponets. DIAMOND LADIES The Chippette softball team finished the season with a 1-12 record. Their sole win came in the first round of sectionals against Norwayne. Diane Lindeman received the Most Valuable Player award while the Sportsmanship award was given to Carole Miller. Diane and Dianna Troyer made All-League and Jill Huffman and Carole made Honorable Mention. Things look promising for next year as there were only two seniors and twojuniors on this year's squad, SOFTBALL TEAM: Front Rowg Coach Wallace, J. Kun, D. Lindeman, B. Genet, B. Hardgrove, A. Sungy, Row 2g M. Gorsuch, T. Snyder, C. Kun, P. Burns, T. Stanley, J. Hut'l'man, L. Young, C. Miller, Row 3g K. Hanawalt, C. Benak, S. Jarvis, C. Gromofsky, D. Farrell, L. Baker, B. Pcrrera. xi' f XS Chippewa's Most Dedicated Coach maintains good team spirits even when victories are hard to come by. While Carole Miller crouches into position at nisi base, Chris Benak delivers With ii look of deierniinfitinn and the beginning of 2 Powerful Swing, Kathy a strike across home plate. Hanawalt anticipates the pitch. 120 'rf A P' t may M5 . .. fer' T ' A . -A-1 K Q ',,'L,2iIx475'f','34Q ' 2 ' -: ..fv352-ZJXQL ?'4't' A "ff " " 3' vQ',':qsv ' '51 .V ..-3,0 ' at . .- --r -gs, .J 1 V ' ' 3 . .. .f -I , x' its 'W fr, R - ', .a p .Lrg :Qt nr. ...., . . . 1.--:fue- ' if 4-.sg K E! VE When Jill Huffman realizes that the oncoming ball is high, she immediately rises to the occasion and fulfilling her job, sees to it that the ball doesn't get past her. Another solid hit places sophomore Pam Burns safely on second base. 4. 5 Even the fine techniques of Most Valuable Player Diane Lindeman were not enough to stop the opponent from advancing to second. Dianna Troyer acts as a backup for Diane. I'-' " 1 1 Ll This time Diane Lindeman's efforts pay off while Dianna Troyer and rightficlder Lisa Baker watch the out. NET ACTIUN For the Chipps tennis team the year started well and ended even g g ,gg 1 wg- 4 f A better. In January a Rock-a-thon was held netting the team over 8500.00 Q -M' 5 i7"'+ A. 'ii '77 M which was used for indoor practices and team trips. The 1977-78 Varsity .- M, A 2 . 'A M . J' team finished the year with a record of 8-10 after being rained out many 1 4 times. At Sectionals, 2nd singles player, Diana Cook became the first 'U' I 'f is 335 Q: L .ri .Fif ' I fri -pf , I . W . ,NVQ st. . girl to qualify for Districts. At the Spring Sports Banquet Diana was al- 4 i , rrtc fy so chosen Most Valuable Player, Jim Osivnik received Most Improved, ' "'t 'J and Craig Mullett received the Sportmanship Award. W-7 W- M it fs' k '. . ' 54: 6 'L ' I .- gg 11. - 3 ' -5 vii-.ave ' "IF IT5 :: Il' !: 'YJ r,g'::"'m'x5"?' - at K i" i .ii ?"' 4' . ' . ' - ' ffc' -f .. .,... Q. -.........-1., ..... , M... . . .W .. ... W , K, u "' ' F I W -QQ f -- ,g.,.QQ3g2j5'?,.'.fFQs?QQ'.,',"'+ ',, M., ...X M , . .e11f?eM:e' The service is an essential part of any tennis game. Greg Burns demonstrates the form that leads to his first singles position. VARSITY TENNIS: Front Rowg Coach Papp, J. Hartney, G. Burns, J. Osivnik, D. Cook, D. Whitman, C. Mullett, J. Kasburg. ' Q xr X , W, 1 ff.. . g X' . 1 I xr HQ 1 N lr AA e bf . I...jy V' ..r ,ta A MA? K +V IX ,fungal fv Illl I'lJ A A X A I I R ,MTM The roving camera of Al Birks catches Jon Hartney and Tami Stanley waiting on the Dave Whifmafl, well OH his WHY to beating his NOFWHYHC OPPO' other side of the fence for Jon's turn to play. nent, PIHYS OH private courts owned by Don Cameron. 7 V w i if lr 9' I fs- Q A ,I . tw iff it .V -F r' 4 2 - Q M eff H G 2 5 .. lv , 3, V g f . . ' ull" W 'Y a W' ,l rftfvvw - N , , , t , 2 , 51,2 f Q , I Rn x , Haig ,,w, P. - 3 ,. NF I f H Q Q7 7' vw 'Twig I, 5 J. 'Af 'tl .Q - it M i ' mi' 2-'gm V 'I sein- 3- J' 'W .f , ll L' K fi fa M -lf' V I , A L xv r. Q op m l em- Q i ' Q wa 1' f 5 J ,ffii i i wk if Eb-df' 5 ' 'ff ' ye- We '.-5 QQ . . .... . . if i 1 ff' One of the highlights of the year, the trip to the Billy Jean King Tennis Clinic, Y' fifgi K ,N f m! - V , A , 1' ' , allows varsity and reserve players to meet Billy Jean King. 4 ' ' 3 " ' X' Q .., ..... ,,.f,Hh, no V W.. F gg, , 6 . V i 1 o A y ' 1 wg A V --.1 , 1 ,wir P.-1 -31.4 omg? -,r l A-Q.. ku? ' A ji? I , 'H' Y, highs! - ffileilgi'-., 1. 'i i S7555 . a"YTrg'Yit l I V . M' A hwgw' ' ' it ' .. ' 3-Qv. wif' il .V '1 7?l'f"'tf4f'A X ' 1' " m Vff'M' uw, 2 , ' , ,f"i-4' f in! - asf 1 1, ,, ' rgf,gg?5,g" 4g'5 ' C'f",,' . , .,-f' X M i r, ,., Q fer., t, - 'H 'ii-in- 5-, 1,:?ir--' o ff . -nl as ,C .. A ,Q Lew f Q vu """"-wif--k., N' vigil, if-21 -1' -3 'Yi - i Sophomore Craig Mullet, the team good sport, acquires valuable var- "'w.ff"'Y5'l2'5i "il 195' 'kd Y-. ' ' 1 ' b thd bl f d ' 1 ,mm N-:-.'Y:',j.Qg,g , A , 5 ,Ltr 'Ag 8 sity experiencepaymg o ou es an smg es. "N ---M A v - 5,1- , A .. " i ' 5554 A "' it 12 is A g 1 .fo , F -gr vw' 3-fm I V' - 5 on 5..f..f-:JW l "Ulf N' je, '1 f . '. '.1 V f is .' I .1?,'. .:. 5' 3 ' l "Jil M x .X Concentrating intently, Greg Burns keep his eyes on the ball as he sends it fly- ing across the net to his waiting opponent. 1- 1 rifswvv' W .fa f f fr 2 '3"ef,f9...i, "' .---"v9'9'9"""'e'f 3 ?iv1i35gi'50e0'0t "5 " f' f'?"""3" V4 It nr 'I 'V 0' V.'l,v5' ' l ' ROA .lg3t,i?oQ6Q.Q5 h ta funn 43 E we 3.50.00 i 'Z' . mg, ,wt :Qg006QQ340QO6Q . F V . sf A . .-'Q ' . ' ,iz me: se V in 'v' Q? i ia E, .x ,ll ,I 4 K . I KN - , . J A i no i' t A While Coach Papp's entourage looks on, he features the look which enables him to win friends and influence tennis players. Reserve player Pat Lewis takes an orange juice break during the money-raising rock around the clock. 123 SPOR TS SCORES CHS 47 35 33 20 23 49 51 CHS 65 80 72 69 100 66 58 78 69 83 40 66 81 65 83 70 55 52 61 47 50 CHS 33 0 17 3 21 7 14 13 31 16 Wrestling Rittman New Philadelphia Canton Timken Massillon Perry Norwayne Northwestern Boys Basketball Hillsdale Coventry Norwayne Waynedale Northwestern Northwest Dalton Smithville Rittman Orrville Hillsdale Norwayne Waynedale Northwestern Central Christian Rittman Dalton Smithville SECTIONAL Loudonville St. V.-St. Mary DISTRICT Akron Hoban Football Northwest Lake Waynedale Dalton Smithville Hillsdale Northwestern Rittman Norwayne Manchester Girls Basketball CHS 37 Akron South 21 Orrville 24 Canton Central Catholic 23 Wooster 49 Norton Opp 54 Norwayne 17 28 Rittman 25 32 Waynedale 27 34 Smithville 37 38 Northwestern 33 45 Hillsdale 12 SECTIONAL 16 35 St. Thomas Aquinas Tennis Opp CHS gg 4 Green 60 4 Barberton 61 2 Kenmore 71 4 Triway 22 0 Orrville 76 3 Akron Buchtel 71 6 Avon Lake 93 3 Rittman gi 2 Hoban 57 2 P011 C1l1'1tOn 68 1 Sanduskey Perkins 55 2 Manchester gg 4 Norwayne 78 1 Talmadge 2 Wadsworth 54 4 Norwayne 42 3 camera 71 Girls Cross Country OPP CHS 8 25 Kenmore 3 34 Cloverleaf 8 34 Wooster 6 26 Kenmore 0 20 Dover 6 INVITATIONALS 7 Cloverleaf- lst place 16 All-Ohio-ilst place 12 Wooster-2nd place 0 Dover- 2nd place Wadsworth-5th place OPP 35 51 57 60 45 48 48 34 58 35 38 40 OPP l 1 3 1 5 2 5 2 3 3 4 3 1 4 3 1 1 OPP 35 45 48 32 40 Boys Cross Country CHS Opp 27 Norwayne 28 15 Smithville 48 15 Waynedale 50 19 Manchester 43 22 Norwayne 35 22 Waynedale 84 15 Hillsdale 50 INVITATIONALS Wooster-9th place Cloverleaf-10th place Malone-13111 place Ontario-6th place Wayne County- lst place Sectional-5th place District-10th place Girls Track CHS Opp 90.5 Barberton 19.5 86 Smithville 24 104 Hillsdale 6 57 Norwayne 53 INVITATIONALS Smithville Relays- 1 st place Wayne County Meet-lst place Boys Track CHS Opp 78 Barberton 49 80 213 Tuslaw 37 1!3 121 Hillsdale 6 79 Smithville 48 62 Norwayne 65 INVITATIONALS Smithville Relays-lst place Mapleton Relays-2nd place Doylestown- lst place Claymont Relays- lst place WCL Track Meet-2nd place Sectional-4th place Volleyball CHS Opp 7 Wooster 15 4 15 8 Rittman 15 1 15 12 Hillsdale 15 10 15 1 1 Rittman 15 7 15 9 Smithville 15 15 8 15 8 2 Norwayne 15 4 15 15 Waynedale 9 12 15 13 15 15 Central Christian 10 15 8 10 Norwayne 15 4 15 9 Waynedale 15 15 9 15 8 15 St. Thomas 8 9 15 4 15 15 Akron South 12 15 6 3 Orriville 15 3 15 15 Triway 4 15 12 CHS 160 161 165 156 162 172 170 171 163 156 171 174 174 177 153 154 176 173 173 349 359 332 333 CHS 10 5 3 6 8 4 6 10 7 11 6 3 2 O 5 4 8 4 2 CHS 11 11 5 3 5 0 2 7 0 5 7 9 22 3 Golf Triway Coventry Norwayne Orrville Waynedale Northwestern Manchester Rittman Coventry Smithville Norwayne Orrville Tuslaw Waynedale Northwestern Rittman Smithville Triway Manchester TOURNAMENTS Sectional- 1 2th place OPP 158 160 178 147 199 185 174 201 167 175 201 164 167 194 175 181 200 172 162 Cuyahogas Falls-13th place Chippewa-6th place WCL-lst place Baseball Akron South Norwayne Waynedale Revere Northwestern Smithville Rittman Dalton Central Christian Hillsdale Central Christian Northwestern Waynedale Dalton Rittman Smithville Norwayne Hillsdale Tournament Orrville Girls Softball Northwestern Norwayne GlenOak Manchester Our Lady of the Elms St. Vincent-St. Mary GlenOak Wooster Manchester Barberton Our Lady of the Elms Norwayne Tournaments Norwayne Manchester OPP 4 4 15 5 4 3 1 3 6 2 1 6 0 1 3 1 3 6 6 OPP 12 12 19 19 20 18 15 18 22 14 13 23 21 10 JEFF ABEREGG: Play Crew 1,2,3,4. BART ANDERSON BETSY ATWOOD: NHS 2,3,43 Vice President 43 Newspaper Staft' 11 French Club l,2,3,43 Vice President 31 President 43 Who's Who 43 Gold Cord. BARB BAILEY: NHS 3,43 Basketball I,2,3,4I Track 2,3,43 Stage Band 1,21 Band l,2,3,43 LCHPIJQ Pep Band 2,3,43 COS I tbusiness mgrjg Office Aid 4ZIntran1ui'al Mgr. 33 Gold Cord. TAMMY BAKER BRUCE BENNETT DEAN BIERI MATT BIRCH: Football 1,21 Basketball l,2,3,43 Track 1,33 Play Crew 4. ALBERT BIRKS: Goll' 2,3,43Wrcst1ing l,2,3,43 Newspaper SliIlil14QI..CIlCl'I1lCT1 Club 3,4: Gold Cord. KARL BOOTH: Volleyball 4: Band l,2,3,4Z Pep Band 4. LINDA BOYAN: Basketball 1,23 Track 1,2,3,4: Volleyball 1,23 Annual Stal't'43 Newspaper StalT43 Gold Cord. MIKE BRANDENSTEIN: Basketball 23 Track 2,41 Cross Country 43 Tennis 3: Ski Club 1,2,3, 4: French Club l,2. DEBBIE BURNS: Volleyball 21 Spanish Club 3. BARB BUFFINGTONI Stage Band 13News- paper Staff 1 3 French Club 13Gold Cord. JERRY BUSSON: Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Baseball l,2,3,4Q Wrestling 2,3,4. JEFF BUTZIQRI Football l,2,3,43Track 2,3,43 Wrestling 2,33 Ski Club 4: Play Cast 43 Letter- mcn Club 2,3,4. TERRY CLEGG: Play Cast l1Clioir 4. DENISE CLECKNER: Cheerleading 13Choir43 Pep Club l,2. DIANA COOK: Student Council 3,43 Volleyball 3,43 Tennis 1,2,3,4: Ski Club l,2,3,43 Vice Pres- ident 2g Play Cast 4: NFL 23 Newspaper Staff 41OlTice Aid 23 NHS 43 Gold Cord. MARTY CREED: Football 13Golf l,2,3,43 Ten- nis 33 Ski Club 2,3,43 Lettcrinen 4. JOHN DAKOSKI III: Football 41 Basketball 1, 2,32 Baseball 3,43 Volleyball 43 French Club 1, 2,31 Pep Club 3: Lettermen Club 4. 126 ANN DANNEMILLER: Student Council 1,2,3, 41P1'l?SldC11I 1,23 Treasurer 33 Track 2,3,43 Vol- leyball 3,43 Cheerleading 2: Art Club 3,43 Span- ish Club l:Pep Club l,2,3,4. RICK DARBY ANITA DODDS: Volleyball 23 Ski Club 33 Play Crew 4: Spanish Club 13 Gold Cord. KEITH DUCAN SHERI FARMWALD: Student Council 43 Ski Club 1,43 Play Cast 23 Play Crew 3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 French Club 33 Librarian 2301-F100 Aid 4: CIA 22 Gold Cord. .IIM FEESLER: Football 3,41 Basketball l,2: Baseball 2,3,4. ROBIN FINLEY RANDY FINNICY DENISIQ FORAKIQR: Student Council l,2,3,43 Class Vice President 1,2: Annual Stall' 1,23 Art Club l,2,3,43 Newspaper Statl' 1,21 Pep Club 1, 2,3,4. JOYCE FOUTSZ Basketball Stat 43 Track 21 Stat 3,41 Cross Country 13 lfrcnch Club 1,22 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. JEFF FOX SUI-1 FUNK: Pep Club 1,31 CIA 2. DENNIS FRY: Football 1. TOM GARCEA: Basketball l,2,31 Track 2. ED GENFT: Football l,2,3,43 Basketball I3 Ski Club 2: Play Cast 43 French Club 1. KIM GESAMAN: Baseball Stat 2,3,43 News- paper Stat't'43 Pep Club l,2,3,4. BRENDA GILCREST DAVID GOOD .IEFF GRIGSBY: Baseball 1,23 Track 3,43 Stage Band 2,3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,4. STEVE HANAKZ Student Council 43 Vice Pres- ident 43 Track 13 Ski Club l,2,3,43 Play Cast 43 Spanish Club 2,33 Band l,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,33 NHS 43 Gold Cord. KATHY HANAWALT: Band l,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,31 Stage Band 2,33 Gold Cord. COLETTE HARTNEY: Basketball Stat 2,43 Softball Stat 2,3,4Q Band 1,23 Play Crew l,3,4Q NFL 1,23 Annual Stall' 33 Art Club 23 French Club 3,4 fsecjg NHS 43 Gold Cord. .IIM HARVEY: Baseball 43 Newspaper Staft'4. SHARI HERSMAN: Student Council 13Play Cast 23P1ay Crew 2,33 NFL 1,23 Annual Staff 1,21 CIA 23 Marching Band 2,3. NORMA HOFF BILL HOUSEWORTH TIM HOUT JERRY HUFFMAN: Football l,2,3,43 Baseball 2,3,43Wrcst1ing 1,2,3,4. KEN JARVIS PATTY JARVIS: NHS 23 Play Crew 1,3,43 An- nual Staft' 2,33 Art Club 13 Spanish Club 2,31 Librarian 2,3,43 Choir 43 CIA3 Gold Cord. TERI JISRNIGAN: Librarian 2. LINDA JETT: Pep Club 1,2,3,4. TAMMY JONES? Art Club 2,3,43 Pep Club l,2, 3,41 Ski Club 43Go1d Cord. KARLA KALLENBORN2 Track 23 Newspaper Statif43 French Club 1,23 Pep Club l,2,3,4Q Softball 1. CHERYL KELLER: Librarian IZCIA 2. JEFF KING KATHY KING: Volleyball 2. ANEL KLOPFENSTEIN: Art Club 1. VIC KNIGHTON: Newspaper Staff4. MARK KOLLERT BRUCE KRAEMER: Football lg Basketball lg Track 2. MARILYN KULCSAR: Student Council 1,2,3, 43 Secretary 1,21 Cheerleading 2,3Q Ski Club 2, 3,43 Play Cast 3,43 Play Crew 33 Art Club 1,2,3, 43 Newspaper Sl2ll1I'I,4Q French Club 1,23 Pep Club 1,2,3,4. JULIE KUN: Play Cast 43 Stage Band 1,23 Art Club 1, French Club 23 Softball l,2,3,43 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Band l,2,3,4 U03 Drama Club 4 fvicc presidentJ3 Gold Cord. DIANE LANDIS: Play Crew 3,4: Librarian 2,3. LAURA LEPLEY: Student Council 1,2,33 See- retary 33 Cheerleading 1,2,33 Annual Staff 33 Art Club l,2,3,43 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Softball 3,4 VINCE LEPLEY VICKIE LOWMAN GORDON LYNCH KATHY LUDWICK: NHS 3,41 Student Council 3,41 Class President 31 Secretary 41 Tennis 3,41 Play Cast 45 Play Crew 3: Annual Staff 21 French Club 2,3,41 CIA 2: Librarian l1Gold Cord: Salu- tatorian. SANDY MALLARNEE TIM MERKEL: Ski Club 4. TODD MILLER: NHS 3,41 Student Council 1, 2,3,41 Football l,2,3,41 Basketball l,2,3,41 Track 21Golti I1 Volleyball 3,41 Lettermen Club 2,3,41 Play Cast 41 Gold Cord. STEVE MILLS: Football l,2,3,41 Lettermen Club 3,4. CAROL MINOR: Annual Stall 31 Softball l,2, 3,41 Gold Cord. DANICTTE MITCHELL: Art Club 3,41 News- paper Staff 41 Pep Club 2,3,4. MIKE MOORE: Basketball l,3,41 Volleyball l,2,3,41 Tennis 1,21 Lettermen Club 41Girl-Boy State 41 Gold Cord1 NHS. CAROL MORGAN: Student Council 1,2131 Volleyball 21 Cheerleading 1:Newspaper Staff 31 Pep Club 1,21 Track Stat 3. JOHN MORGANSTERN DARRELL NEWMAN RON OSIVNIK MICHELLE PANDREA: French Club l,2,3. TOM PAPPAS: NHS 3,41 Student Council l,3, 41 Class President 41 Football 11Basketball l,2, 3,41 Baseball 1,2,3,41 Cross Country 2,41 Volley- ball 3,41 Annual Staff 3,41 Girl-Boy State 31 Gold Cord. HESUS PAREJA: NHS: Student Council 2: Football 11Track 1,2,31 Cross Country 2,31 Volleyball l,2,31 Ski Club l,2,3Q Play Cast 2: Annual Staff 31 Art Club 2,31 Newspaper Staff l1Gold Cord. JEFF PARIDON JAN PARKS BONNIE PATTERSON JEANNE PETIT1 Student Council 2,3,41 Trea- surer 3,41 Track 2,3,41 Cross Country 3,41 Art Club 41 Pep Club l,2,3,41 Basketball Stat 1. TIM PETIT1 Football 1,41 Basketball l1Track 3,41Golf 1,2131 Ski Club 2,3,4g Play Cast 21 Lettermen Club 2,3,4. JERRY POL: Basketball I1 Track I1 Ski Club l,2. DAVE POST PATTY PRICE: CIA l,2. STEVE PURDY: Wrestling 1,2,3,41Lettermen Club 2,3,41 Stage Band 2,3141 Band 1,2,3,41 Pep Band. DAVE ROACI-It Baseball l,2,3,41 Volleyball 45 Lettermen Club 41 Gold Cord. LORIE ROBERTSON: NHS 3,41 Ski Club 31 Play Crew 2,3,41 NFL l,2,31 Annual Staff 2,31 Spanish Club l,2,3,41 French Club 31 Marching Band l,2,31Majorette 2,31 Basketball Stat 41 Gold Cord. JOHN ROHR JEFF SALES: Football l,2,3,4Q Basketball l,2, 3,41 Baseball 1,21 Track 3,41 Volleyball 2,3,41 Lettermen Club 3,4. PHIL SALES: Football 3,41 Basketball 2,3,41 Track 2,3,41 Volleyball 3,41 Lettermen Club 3,4 KIM SELL: Play CLISl4Q Art Club 21 Librarian 21 Drama Club 4. JOAN SHULTZ: Student Council 21 Track l,2, 3,41 Cross Country 41 Volleyball 31 Ski Club 1, 2,31 Play Crew 41 Annual Staff 2,3,41 Art Club 31Freneh Club l,2,3,41 Pep Band l,2,3,41 Band 1,2,31 Wrestling Stat l,2,3,41GAA 2,31Ol'llce Aid 3,4. ANDREA SHUTWAY: Art Club 21 Spanish Club 2,3,4: Band 11 Drama Club 4 fpresl. BOB SORRELL: French Club 4. DON SROCK: Football l,2,31Wrestling 3. TREASURE STEELE: Track 21 Ski Club 41 Art Club 1,2,3,41 Pep Club l,2,3,41 Treasurer 41 GAA 21 Track Stat 41 Gold Cord. BRUCE STEINER: NHS 3,41 Student Council 3,41 Class Vice President 31 Basketball 1,2,3,41 Cross Country 1,2,3,41 Volleyball 3,49 Letter- men Club l,2,3,41 Gold Cord. PEARL STEVENS DAVE STOCKWELL: Football 25 Baseball l,2, 3,41Lettermcn Club 3,4. ED STOLLER: Gold Cord. STEVE SUMMERS MIKE SZITTAL: GOlF2,3Q Ski Club 2,3,41GoId Cord. RON TACCHIO SCARLET TALBOTT1 Pep Club 2. MIKE TELIN LYN TERRY: Student Council 41 Play Cast 41 Play Crew 31 NFL 2,31 Annual Staff 31 News- paper Staff 31 French Club l,2,3,41 Drama Club 41 HNS 41 Gold Cord. KELLY TREADWAY DIANNA TROYER: NHS 213,41 President 41 Student Council 2,3,41 Vice President 31 Trea- surer 21 Play Cast 4: Drama Club 4: Annual Staff 31 Newspaper Staff 1,31 French Club l,2, 31 Girl-Boy State 31 Softball 3,41 Gold Cord: Valedictorian. JERRY UNDERWOOD: Football 1,3141 Bas- ketball 3,4: Baseball 1,21 Track 4: Volleyball 3, 41 Lettermen Club 3,41 PHOEBA VANCE DENISE VAN HORN: Student Council l,2,31 Treasurer 11Sol'tball 3,41 Volleyball 3,41 Cap- tain 41 Cheerleading 21 Annual Stall' 31 Art Club 2,3,41 Newspaper Staft'41 Pep Club l,2,3,41 Track Stat 21Ol'fiCe Aid 2,31 Basketball Stat ll GAA I. ELLEN VIELHABER: Student Council 1,21 Newspaper Staff 11 French Club 1: Pep Club 1,2 MARK VILLERS MARK WARNER: Wrestling 2,3,4. ANDREW WATTS CHRIS WERTZ: OWA 3,4. DAVE WHYTSELL JOE WILLIAMS: Football 1,21 Basketball l. MIKE WILLIAMS: Football l,2,3,41 Track 2,3, 41 Wrestling l,2,3,41 Play Cast 41 Lettermen Club 2,3,41 NHS1Godl Cord. SANDY WILLISON: Pep Club 2,4. MICK WINKLER: Football l,3,41 Basketball 2: Baseball 21 Tennis l,4Q Ski Club 4: Play Crew 3, 41 Newspaper Staff 3. WENDY WOOSTER1 Basketball 1,3,41Volley- ball 2,3,41 Cheerleading 11 Annual Staff 3,41 Art Club 1,2,3,41 Pep Club 1,2,3,41Prcsident 41 Wrestling Stat 2,4. 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Service Rittman, Ohio Phone 925-6055 Compliments of HAWKINS MARKET 81 HAWKINS CAFETERIA Portage Square Plaza Wooster Appliance-T.V. BICKSLER ELECTRIC 153 Main Street, 334-1552 Wadsworth, Oh., 44281 Amana-Frigidare-Kitchenaid Magic Chef-Maytag-Whirlpool Zenith 133 Compliments of THE ALLEN GROUP INC. CROWN DIVISIONS Orrville, Ohio ALL-SPORT Uniforms Jackets Athletic Shoes 229 South Court Street Medina, Ohio 44256 Phone C2161-725-8110 4 FORGET-IVIE-NOT , sHoPPE ,.gf.fe4.i:?f. .E?g'iii ' 6 74,1 wqaiyigggjlf 137 N. Portage Street Q' if? jf 'gg jffjgggifaggiii Doyle-srown ' fi 'iii I fi 6:21. Qliziiliiliii 658-4646 aegi- Flowers For All Occasions, . Gifts, And Hallmark Cards "H Qt. ,Q LEPLEY S ., sr .6 r U 4 f - -- 24 N. Portage St. ' Q . Doylestown, Ohio, 44230 Qt Q Phone 658-2721 SYLVART STUDIOS Home of Award Winning Photography 504 Tuscarawas Ave. Barberton, Ohio Phone: 745-9921 J. 81 J. AUTO WFZECKING 8558 Black Diamond Rd. Joe 81 Jim Bebesi HAL NAFiAGON'S Barberton Sporting Goods 162 N. 2nd St. Barberton, Ohio Phone: 753-3615 ffrwfl V1Li.,m3iNN w....y-.R . 'Tin' 'i""' MiIich's Village Inn 4444 Cleve.-Mass. Rd. Barberton, Ohio 44230 Phone: 825-4553 Best Wishes: Rick, Perry 81 Dale NAW4kEDE9VNKIDFfTI1 fS!XSH-I57E3CIXCDFiCIDCIZ id IQiiiiiliLnnF-1iiW-i WADSWORTH . I SASH aooora In t il 334-2566 MIRROR BIFOLD DOORS INTERIOR TRIM Bi HARDWARE PACKAGE HOMES TFIUSSES CRAFTLINE WOOD WINDOWS Si DO ORS INTERIOR PREHUNG DOORS PERMA DOOR EXTERIOR DOORS ALUMINUM WINDOWS ANDERSEN WOOD WINDOWS B4 DOOR ALUMINUMSSLIDING ooons 40 West Walnut, Post Office Box 407 Wadlworth, Ohio 44281 PHONE 334-2566 SUNSET IPJIJ, IPJC3. 1275 Norton Avenue Norton, Ohio 44203 Telephone: 825-3310 a I 6568368 G, " 1757 I 5 -f I I .fro X ,L ,, zqxfgi,-sf? Y 1 sesief2253E ACMCCARTINE y AND SONS FRUIT FARM A. C. MC CARTNEY AND SONS Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone: 658-2362 17596 Grill Road 'vw' DOYLESTOWN SUPER MARKET Reliable Locker Service 169 North Portage Street Doylestown, Ohio 658-2673 FROSTDALE WINKI-ER FOCUS INSURANCE IN C ' 200 Fairview Dr. Doylestowny 658-2408 Doylesto n Congratulations Seniors PARIDON HARDWARE 68 N. Portage Doylestown, Ohio 658-2661 SEIFRIED DRUG "On The Square" O II Oh "en g ,- p E riff 11- rf i s H , 'il t A Swo5,'Xf2i,1f51f' PUBL C SQUARE WADSWORT ' L E T U S L I G H T Y 0 U R F U T U R E Il r Wayne Savnrggs T H E CONGRATULATIONS! QUALITY CASTINGS C P As new graduates, we welcome you as you take h x W y VA h your place in the community. Whatever your "The Quality . . . And An Equal Opportunity Employer" Orrville, Ohio future plans include- whether if: a job or further schooling, we at Chippewa Valley Bank wish you well. ' A VALLEY BAN K Rulhnon and Chippnuol k Oh Mi 935' H povugserowm SPRANGS BEVERAGE LOUNGE T K "coldest beerintown" S EA Beer Chips W. . . , P526 u C'i'p1Z1'fQ SPRANG S Cigarettes Restaurant 81 Lounge Phone: 658-2671 Pi22a 81 Chicken 150 E. Ohio Avenue Rittman Phone 925-9826 I I Open 7 Days a Week Real Estate Nationwide Broker Insurance ROBERT D. NETTLE 31-31 sr. s.w. DGVCRES AT .1oHNsoN's cohnens HOPOCAN-GARDENS Barberton, Ohio 44230 Phone: 825-4514 HOPOCAN AVE. EXT. BARBERTON, OHIO Phone: 825-9923 Specializing In Luncheon Special Chicken Dinners Daily Congratulations, Graduates Wayne Savings and Loan Company S. Main St. Rittman, Ohio RUFENERS Fine Furniture Carpets And Draperies 137 East Ohio Avenue Rittman, Ohio 925-9665 HUGH L. STRICKLAND, INC. Chevrolet 81 Buick Ftittman Congratulations-Class of '78 RUPP BROS. Pontiac-GMC Trucks 44 South Main Fiittman 140 THE OLD PORTAGE PUB T.O.P.P. 113 North Portage Street "Cuisine for the Trencherman" "Potables for the BibuIous" Open 6 A.M.-2:30 A.M., Closed Sundays OWNED AND OPERATED BY: BOB BRAGG Also Visit THE POST HOUSE Intersection of 585 and 57 Open All-day Sunday and Everyday Till 11 P.M. PRIDE Plumbing and Heating ERNIE PRIDE-OWNER FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL 658-6207 142 Homan Dr. Doylestown, Ohio WAYN E AUTO PARTS Complete Parts and Accessories Machine Shop and Service 11 SOUTH MAIN ST. RITTMAN 925-5015 Fiittman-Creston-Lodi Compliments Of ACCURATE OFFICE MACHINES 81 EQUIPMENT Typewriters Office Supplies Calculators Adding Mahines 112 Watrusa Ave. Wadsworth, Ohio 334-1079 336-3149 Compliments Of 5Nm'w4W4-0 WAYNE COUNTY SN 5 ef' 00 6' 4' 5 'Z-1. S 5 NATIONAL BANK ESTAILI ED IM 4 ,psy 'E' 0 My 0 U' lNpgpg1tD9- Wooster, O. Ph. 264-1222 Member: FDIC Federal Reserve SHAFFEFVS of DOYLESTOWN Clothing for the Entire Family 74 N. Portage St. Phone 658-4277 Iliil The Huntington First National Bank of Medina County Wadsworth and Brunswick CONGRATULATIONS Class of 1978 Q 1 ALL-SPORTS BOOSTERS PHONE E334-1498 S T l.J D I CJ 183 HIGI?I ST WADSWCRTH, OH. 44281 4 Office 658-6300 658-6159 Durbin Floors, Inc CARPET-LINOLEUM FORMICA-CERAMIC -DRAPEFlIES- 108 N. Portage St. Doylestown, Ohio CLARK AGENCY General insurance 64 E. Marion St. Doylestown, Ohio Phone 658-2111 A Thought For The Class of '78 Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it ought to be done whether you like it or not, it is the first lesson that ought to be lea rnedp and however early a man's training beginsp it is probably the last lesson that he learns thoroughly. Thomas Henry Huxley, i877 Rubbermaid Incorporated IVIONBAFIREN Funeral l"lOl'TlG "Personalized Service" 24 HR. AMBULANCE SERVICE Pladio Dispatched E.M.T. Personnel Doylestown Dalton 132 N. Portage 29 E. Main 658-2211 828-2536 MIDWEST CONTAINER CO., INC Frank C. Scheillen Doylestown, Ohio GOOD LUCK, CHIPPS THE CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY Formerly The Commercial Banking 8t Trust Company, Wooster, Ohio Pontiac-Oldsmobile, Inc. 289 Broad Street, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281 Phone C2169 334-2557 SW? ' "iw , 1-"1v53f xr . Y sfvf Lf ' ui - V+." '. 4 -QI I 1-... .-gm.. , - '715'-: .r -N u - 1-- .3-,-, -4 gg " L-' .- , ,, Y A' ' " :g. ' ' 1,.- ., 'N- , -' ' ,fri-. , . ,. g..,"'ff ?'f,x Tfg, Y " .. . -:F lr C:?7?'5-' ., , ' . ,.? -- ' N 'f Sfiflf. r, ffigicy-r :" ? ' '?if:Q'f"j,,,., 'ii . 5 1. ,f 2-S-A5 ,.,-..:ff5:3?fff' 1 ' 1 1- 'gg X , 3: gc: f N fl .p f- :P V ur, A E.:?1 '5'f?,x K' Y 3. ,g lf 453. .- ":2fs1qT:' f:1'A- F' . -' -. , ' i 44.4 .- 'F 5 lf' eff! .. '1v:'1 '- Q V Qu A1 3 , .hun X35 ' -, HS ' 'bm ,,.1 rW15l 5. ,W 'g': " ix' m O , ,495 W 5-1 -f , w 1, . 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I4 GGCD LUCK JERRY Q Q ...p vm. ff Ita.. , , , wigs X if-Q, wi, V K' 7 , I7 W. Marion Sf. P.O. Box I24 Doylesfown, Ohio 44230 216 - 658-2939 INSULATION INSULATION SUPPLIES SIDING PRINTING ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES Q 153 Compliments of DR. P. N. GILCFREST and DR. B. E. NEISWANDER I - as-w.w.W5 , , , 7' f' - I A ,a,.f,v 1: ' iw- ,M K 1' LL i m . A H f . -1'-f ' 2 aff? gg -4 +:2QsfQ'?'i' , aff -. - ,wx . EN .mf -, fp, pf '1 + L., :,, -kbsgw, 57.5 A . f 3255 5' if tw- ' I" " ws, .':,-aww . .. 1.3.x , .M ff, , ,W Amff --iw.fw?i4f5' ,L ew . Wf?i ' ' :Z L L , , ,,LL. -:awk MM, , A a , sf Ke' in , .V 35 g.. Q Vx ,K , .. v if N' g A ! .v Y .iff 7 q, 1 as ,x 14 '- BA , ,.. , A , X , A , .Ja - fig vw 0 3 HTA. V iw' , ' Q ,,,L x ,--, W W ii , I Q A y 1' . , fam mi V ' er xii In A - - V V y - Q A ..,V G, ,7 .U , ? W , few ,. VV If V Q Ai Q M , , 2 5 , , , 4 g 1 1'- "' -3 ig.'w.. 1- 5 . .v...:-4 A . Q ,gy 1 . fr 1 K n ,T Aka , ,ii LW , , ' Wfwgf 3' Q? 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Tuscarawas Ave., Barberton, Ohio Doylestown Auto Parts-113 N. Portage, Doylestown, Ohio Eastern Pools, Inc.-Barberton-"Good Luck Seniors." Freedlanders-125 W. Liberty St., Wooster, Ohio Hilltop Nursery-29 Howard St., Doylestown, Ohio Hilltop Restaurant-334 31st St., Barberton, Ohio Krinkle House-534 S. Tuscarawas Ave., Barberton, Ohio MacGregor Supply Co.-5340 Wooster Rd. W., Barberton, Ohio Magic City Body Shop-1336 Wooster Rd. W., Barberton, Ohio Magic City Candies-619 W. Tuscarawas Ave., Barberton, Ohio The Marketeer-409 S. Main St., Orrville, Ohio 44667 Marshallville Equity-Marshallville, Ohio Packaging Corporation of America-Industrial St., Fiittman, Ohio Pierce's Sport Shop Inc.-117 W. Liberty St., Wooster, Ohio Rhonemus, Dalbey, Bradford 81 Flynn-Attorneys At Law-68 E. Thomas E. Smoot, O. D.-89 E. Ohio Ave., Fiittman, Ohio Sparky's Pizza-66 E. Ohio Ave., Rittman, Ohio Sun Way Dry Cleaners-136 Akron Rd., Wadsworth, Ohio Sweet Henry's-1365 Gardner, Norton, Ohio, 825-0365 Terrace Gardens-288 Hillsdale Ave., Barberton, Ohio Tomaso's Italian Villa-3271 Barber Rd., Norton, Ohio, 745-6063 Union Prescription Center-1226 Wooster Rd., W., Barberton, O Weigand's insurance Agency-682 W. Tuscarawas Ave., Barbert Werner Auto Electric-742 Wooster Ftd., W., Barberton, Ohio The William Annat Company-Public Square, Wooster, Ohio Wooster Daily Fiecord-212 E. Liberty St., Wooster, Ohio Youngs' Holland Oil-4997 Wooster Fld., W., Norton, Ohio rth, Ohio Ile, Ohio Marion St hio on, Ohio X X , Nh . NN X .Xxx .X K Q. 4. . 9. S, 1 f., .Lb L 1.. W KX 11, -v--.,.. . 34... ..-. V 513:-' -gg,-: gf 4.40-P fp , or crulhargic purse. amz. me--1,-11 553,-g gfyzf im 'irq-fQqfgjwigfgf.-'-g.'1g 51' Q24 1431.51-7. ' .lp mafia' 11112-3:5151 5-23,-1: 1,-f,3ig,:f - 1k 1-lg. ,gi cz-mznvf.: -' gd- ,- wg. ' v 'jiffx-1. 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