Eastwood High School - Aquila Yearbook (Pemberville, OH)

 - Class of 1967

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v, J' L 4 7 A' ':-- Q. . ' 0' - 3 , M' '-,VS '11 - f'-rn .: ml., V 1,1-Q " , . V A., ,Q W I 5 V --H: -3- ' , V7 1 .-1... -..- WAY ...xv National Honor Society, Principal's List Named FIRST ROWS Alice Kfihlellbefg, Peg Brough. Nancy David Huprich, Greg Matthews, Tye Henschen, Ed Amos, Jane Busdeker. Sherri Matheriy, Dorene Coy, Mark Schulte, Mike wesrerhaus, Dennie wieg Frederich, Barbara Metzger, Bonnie Watkins, Teri man, Bob Bruggemeier, Mike Gardner. Wegman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Richard Lowrie, Mr. Richard Lowrie, Sherri Matheny, Jane Busdeker, Alice Kahlen- berg, Sharon Hummel, Ed Coy, Mark Schulte, Tye Henschen. To many at Eastwood High School, the most coveted award that a sen- ior can receive is to be named to the Principal's List. The only re- quirement needed to achieve this title is a 3. 5 scholastic average maintained throughout the high school career. National Honor Society, an organ- ization for those sophomores, jun- iors, and seniors who have achieved an outstanding academic average of 3. 25, as well as having partici- pated in various extracurricular activities, is also a highly respected group at Eastwood. These students are honored at an annual banquet held at Bowling Green for all Na- tional Honor Society Chapters in Wood County. Top Scholors Honored AT Scholastic Bonquef ' .5 V Y FIRST ROW: B. Watkins, S. Cole, J. Schneider, mcief, M, C,3,rg111Qf, D, Hupfieh, D, Swartz, S. Snyder, J. Moore. M. Kuhlman. M. Bfilllwfr FOURTH ROW: G. Castillion, D. Fredrich, R. K. Seifert, K. Aufdencanip, C. Fredrich. SEC- Smith, D. Martinez, B. llannan, B. Metzger, D. OND ROW: S. Matlieny, D. Becker, J. Busdeker, Hupfich, A. Algxandef, 5. Liblyci D, lgfucggc- K. Oeisehlager, C. Burkholder, S. Meyer, K. mcigf, 1, One, 1, Martinez, N. Amos. FIFTH Ilascl, CI. Mengering, I.. Rolf, R. Gungwcr. THIRD ROW. K. Yargcr, p, Davis, A. Ixflcczill, M. WCS- ROW: li. Coy, M. WGSICFIUUS. R. ROIUOH, A- terhaus, O. Griefelt, R. Gross, T. Bockbradcr, M. Titkeineier, T. Hensehen, G. Brown, B. Brueggc- Lcsuey M. Brown, 5, 12011, f or x .,,,N K 4A Above: L. Aufdencamp receives Betty Crockcr Award. Center: K. I-lascl is given Citizenship award. Right: National Honor So- ciety members J. Busdckcr and S. Mathcny accept certificates. Awards, Speeches Mark Annual Dinner At its annual Scholastic Banquet on May 2, 1967, Eastwood High School honored its students in an evening devoted to scholastic recognition. After a dinner served by the Eastwood Band Boosters, Mr. Franklin Titkemeier took over as toastmaster. The music for the evening was provided by the junior ensemble. In the award presentations, Ed Coy and Alice Kah- lenberg received the "I Dare You" awards. Na- tional Honor Society members Ed Coy, Tye Hen- schen, Alice Kahlenberg, and Mark Schulte gave their impressions of the qualifications needed for this society. Barbara Fries was the recipient of the FTA scholar- ship award. This award is to be used for the pur- chase of her first semester books at college. Home Economics teacher, Mrs. Helen Coe, presented Linda Aufdencamp with the Betty Crocker Award, The guest speaker of the evening, Mr. James Gallo way, Director of Placement at BGSU, delivered the address. Students and faculty members await the time in which they must speak. Mr. James Galloway captured the attention of the audience with the address. Sic Sic Sez Left to right: Miriam Frobose, Dick Bruns, Mrs. Caroll Halley, Advisorg Debbie Grolle, Mariann Romaker, Larry Caudill. Varsity Trock Teom Sprints To New Records FIRST ROW: Mr. Gene French, Mr. Edison Barney, Franz, Fred Morelock, Mike Hannan. THIRD ROW: Coachesg Bill Mapes, Steve Firsdon, Ed Coy, Rob David Martinez, Jim Siefert, Gary Emch, Tom Wilson, Ted Bowlus, Kenny Michelsen, Mike Par- Donaldson, Lyle Schroeder, Charles Knott, Kevin rish. SECOND ROW: Dennis Snyder, Dave Vickers, Michelsen, Bruce Hannan, Larry Blausey. Ron Grolle, Gary Dennis, Steve Oberhouse, Bill 1967 VARSITY RECORD WE THEY 57 Cardinal Stritch 44 52 Anthony Wayne 75 93 Elmwood 34 60 Genoa 67 87 Lake 40 37 Maumee 90 53 Perrysburg 74 54 Springfield 73 67 1X2 Rossford 59 112 Lakota Invitational - - - - - Third Elmwood Relays - - - ---- Third Huron Relays ---- - - Eighteenth N, L, L, ----- ---- F ourth District ---- - - - Sixth As the league competition steadily grows tougher in all areas of sports, the track team of EHS con- tinues to put forth a fine record. Although the schedule shows a net 4-5 result, the effort put in at the meets merits a much finer record. Many individual and school records were broken as the relay teams, hurdlers, and runners sprinted to new heights. At the NLL league meet, the EHS thinclads placed a good fourth. Two third place positions were the result of the Lakota Invitational and the Elmwood Relays. ln District, a sixth place was captured. EHS Bosebollers Continue Excellent Gomes J 1 FIRST ROW: Larry Brockbrader, Steve Bolt, Dana Dauer, Roger Sergent, Dennis Mock, Dave Huprich, Dan Vestel, Jim Robinson, Mike Fields. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gary Bierly, coachg Jim Mandell, Den- After a resounding 1966 season, the baseball team of Eastwood High School continued its fine work by tying for second place in the Northern Lakes League., The Eastwood baseballers ended the season with a 6-2 league record. The only loses came at the hands of Rossford and Anthony Wayne. The 1967 season was a great one for individual ac- complishments. Jim Reitzel led the sluggers with a . 347 batting average. Mike Gardner headed the pitching department with a fine . 50 ERA. On the NLL All League Baseball Team, Eastwood placed several of its players. Taking first team honors were Jim Reitzel, Jim Mandell, and Mike Gardner. Jim Robinson was named to the second team. ny Helm, Rich Miller, Ken Hamen, Jim Reitzel, Jim Goodman, Dave Schatz, Dennis Brueggemeier, Mike Gardner. 1967 VARSITY RECORD WE THEY 3 Bowling Green '7 2 Northwood 0 7 Woodville 1 9 Fremont Ross 4 2 Rossford 7 3 Perrysburg 0 1 Springfield 3 3 Northwood 2 9 Springfield' 1 4 Anthony Wayne' 5 1 Genoa 3 2 Lake' 1 8 Maumee 8 2 Maumee' 0 10 Genoa' 9 14 Elmwood' 3 0 Rossford' 3 5 Perrysburg' 3 "' denotes league games Reserves Blast Season To 6-4 Season sv JV!-lilifgg ' QKGLEK9 :C ig., iaqfox We vlvfe I9 so ,.d,.- .- fr. Q 'p'.,.a4 ' ...g'4r'- I 35 -kan , ' L , y? f -.s '-Alera . . 5,14 K,g1QrS,ag -.1 sh., lg- . Q .... . , Q , g r,t?,:.5 . . in A ,- A FIRST ROW: John Kahlenberg, Scott, Libbe, Dave Evans, Gary Bockbrader, Oscar Sanchez, Lonnie Caudill, Rick Freeman. SECOND ROW: Denny Brueggmeier, Bob Coakley, Terry Michel, Denny With the advance of spring, the sports eye at East- wood High School is directed to baseball, varsity and reserve alike. This season was no exception as the fans turned out to see the reserve baseball team of EHS post a fine 6-4 record. Guided ably by their coach Mr. Edison Barney, the reserves gained the experience and knowledge needed for the varsity team and the stiff Northern Lakes League competition. ll L X5 6 X45 X6 My ll, -s Q as-ss Wegman, Mr. Elwood Gebhardt, coachg John Nel- son, Dennis Cousino, Bob Helm, Roger Bostdorff, Terry Thompson. 1967 RESERVE RECORD WE THEY 2 Rossford 0 7 Lake 0 4 Anthony Wayne 3 1 Lake 5 12 Maumee 0 4 Genoa 0 2 Genoa ll 6 Maumee 5 7 Rossford 15 4 Perrysburg 5 EHS Golfers Tee Off To 6-4 Season Record hnlxn. . Left to Right: Dan Huprich, Mike Brown, Dave Schroeder, Craig Reed, Mike Brinker, Roger Weber, Ray Metcalf, Dave Michels, Jim Mandell, Tim As the winter months turn to spring, it's not un- common to see several of the boys at Eastwood High School walking down the halls with a bag of golf clubs slung over their shoulders. These boys consti- tute the golf team of EHS. Using the Tanglewood Golf Course as the home base, the golf team went on to compile a fine 6-4 record. Aside from the regular season, the golf team also placed second in the NLL Championships and fourth in the District Championships. Meyer, Mike Gardner, Dave Huprich, Gary Fries Raleigh Smith, Art Alexander. 1967 GOLF RECORD WE 12 Anthony Wayne 1 18 Lake 1 1 Maumee 12 7 Perrysburg 12 13 Genoa 6 7 1X2 Maumee 11 4 Perrysburg 9 7 Rossford 6 17 Genoa 2 8 Lake 0 NLL Championships - Second Place District Championships - Fourth Place Athletes Recognized Ai Sports Bonquei Coach Dale Bruning presents a trophy to Rob Wilson, one of his many fine basketball players. Praise from Coach Emmons is accepted by wrestler John Migliori. Each year to honor its athletes, EHS has several athletic banquets. Tl1e first dinner, late in the fall, honored the victorious 1966-67 football team. The co-captains presented trophies to their coaches. Then the coaches in turn gave their players a variety of trophies and certificates. The second banquet, after the end of the basketball season, recognized the basketball and wrestling teams. Aside from league honors, Mr. Dale Brun- ing and his crew were also honored for taking the runner-up trophy in district action. Wrestling was also included in this banquet. John Migliori was honored as the outstanding wrestler of the year. The final sports banquet of the year was in May and it honored the golf, track, and baseball teams. The varsity baseball team was recognized for its second place tie. The track team also was honored for taking fourth place in the NLL meet. Football captains Ed Coy and Rob Wilson present a trophy to end coach Paul Neeb. "Golden Sands" ls Theme Of 1966-67 Prom VV Ln, t QQ Q -0 we vw O ,Fa rw- ' 'ri ff .. r or 1 -- ' -:- .. 1: fxl' . r N, 'rx Q1 y A native bamboo hut is the scene for refreshments during the prom. Couples dance on while the night grows longer. Amid palm trees, volcanoes, and an oceanic mural "Golden Sands", the 1966-1967 Junior-Senior Prom took place May 20 in the high school gymnasium. In the course of the evening, Janice Bushman read the prophecy which was written by Bonnie Watkins. The prophecy was written in verse and based on a l-Iawaiian theme. Hal Sullivan, representing the senior class, read the will. The willed articles ranged from traffic tickets to broken pop bottles. Following the dancing, the activities moved to Lehman's Lodge in Fostoria. -.1 1 1' . x hut IA Douglas Gallier and Nancy Vavrick inspect an apple taken from the pig's mouth. Mardi Gras Festivities Mark GAA Formal Queen Marlene Restemeyer arrives with her escort Merlyn Hoodlebrink. April sixteenth marked the evening of the annual GAA spring formal. Second only to the prom in grandeur the theme for 1967 was Mardi Gras. Also, following custom, a queen and attendants were chosen by the GAA members. The queen chosen was Marlene Restemeyer and the attendants were Barbara Fries, seniorg Teri Wegman, juniorg Diane Taulker, sophomoreg and Carol Mandell, freshman. The Town Criers completed the mood created by the decorations of balloons, streamers, and colored lights with their music for dancing. Dancing in the festive setting or strolling in the gar den occupies much of the evening. beniors don caps and gowns. 'l'he solemn march begins. Below: The moment of final achieve- Ill CHI COIHCS. Class Of 1967 Leaves EHS With Confidence For Future if ...: Q-rigffk bl Q. lr Q P P' Zia' Ld Loy voices the hopes oi the cl its president. Graduation marks the end of twelve years ol climb- ing through the maze ol' knowledge and experiment It is the supreme goal which becomes steadily clearer as the student completes one year after another. It is approached with mixed emotions of pride and regret, hope and anticipation. The class of 1967 was no different. The words of their class motto express their ideology. "The greatest thing in this world is not so much where we arc, but in what direction we are moving. " " Right: The 'X 3 ceremony 1 over and the end accom- plished, they rise to leave. l I 76. ' Distribution Cf Aquilos Highlights Assembly Tye Henschen, president of the forensics club, col- lects the many trophies which he has won at various meets. 00TBAll CHAMPS With the flags unfurled, Mr. Dale Bruning accepts the gifts of the Senior class. One morning late in May at EHS is set aside for an awards assembly. At this convocation, the seniors with balloons in hand, started the proceedings off with a bang. Following the senior processional, the choral, band, speech, publications, and ag- riculture departments presented their awards. Tye Henschen, president of the forensic club, was named as the outstanding forensic student. Karen Hasel was voted as the outstanding senior band mem ber, In addition to the other presentations, the senior class of 1967 presented the school with two large flags depicting the tremendous athletic achieve- ments of the school year. Aside from these, the class also donated a new podium with built-in microphones. Mr. Dale Bruning accepted the gifts for the school. The assembly was concluded with the distribution of the 1967 Aquila. The distribution of the yearbooks is the highlight of the assembly. Brenda Nollenberger helps with the process. TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY Dallas, Texas AQUILA 1967 Eosfwood High School Pemberville, Ohio V I me ix Eostwood: On The Move ff .11 P "All the world is a stage," according to William Shakespeare, and all who live in it are merely players. As a play must be kept in motion, moving from scene to scene, the play of life is also kept moving. Adventurous men have their eyes on the moon, while others are scouring the depths of the oceans. But this is only one scene on life's drama. Great literary dis- coveries continue to confound scholars, and artisans are crushed by the losses of treasures through the earth's many calamities. Moreover, athletes have long ago broken the four minute mile record along with nearly every record set in previous generations. Some of the greatest statesmen in our nation's history meet the im- mense task of preserving peace between our land and that great communist nation thousands of miles across the ocean. However, these achievements are decidedly those of the present adult generation. Whatof the youth in America? America's youth, especially those of Eastwood High School, are also on the move. They have great dreams for the future which they intend to make come true. But while yet young and in school where the opportunity for education is nearly unlimited, these youth are getting the background needed to become great, and they are, in their own spheres, making names for themselves. Through academic achievements, organizational de- velopment, artistic discovery, and physical discipline, the youth of Eastwood High School are making the initial and important steps in their movement to great- ness. 'Lf Table of Contents SCHOOL LIFE - - - ACADEMICS ---- ORGANIZATIONS - - - SPORTS ------- ADMINISTRATION, JUNIOR HIGH - - - ELEMENTARY - - - ADVERTISING - - - CLASSES Eastwood Moves Ahead In Education, Pam Reitzel types intently on a letter in typing class. The youth of Eastwood are on the move in academics With some of the best teachers in the country, excel- lent scientific equipment, fine research sources, and necessary health and physical education facilities, these young men and women are taking giant steps toward the education so vital in the world today. For the first time in the school's history, class periods were lengthened to permit ten minute super- vised study periods, so that pupils could begin their homework under the direction of the teacher who assigned it. The curriculum was also strengthened by the addi- tion of courses in economics, German, and mathe- mathics seminar. However, no matter how advanced the curriculum of the school is, little can be accomplished without scholars who are concerned with advancement. ln that category, Eastwood leads in determination and perseverance. Teaching, Curriculum "wmv-g . i , -s-Q... 5 M ! 1: . ABOVE: Pat Brinker, Connie Robinson, and Janice Bauman examine contents of a Roman house in Ancient History. Mr. Stearn explains the concentric circle to Cindy Gottschalk. wg '-1-1 1 .- 3 ,.."7'f'W:'C."!""A'f-gf, ' 'I e i ""g"N" -ras.-...z r e 'i 'I w v. usa- W we.-fs' H' sf'.'s'11v3,s 11 cze-'N 4- 4- 1 - ' ar-g:::.-vi ' ' 7 as 1!"?.N".fLV.,k' iE1:rer.'-.'rs+--1--- 4 ti 1 if QM If g,,!1:.:j. my Y-515i ' - vi 'cfm ,' ' ..- ....:v.. f. .r.fr.umg, ,A :1 s .Ph LEFT: Susan Baker, Dorene Fredrich, and Fred Enriquez prepare oriental masks for the musical. The El-IS marching band highlights the half-time at football games. Move In Activities Is The Pep Club with their pompoms is always present at pep sessions. 'x-fin...-Q S-s The junior girl's ensemble, one of the many ensem- EHS sings at the 1966 football banquet. bles at Chorclcierized By Leadership, Responsibility Leadership and acceptance of responsibility toward society are qualifications needed by youth who are on the move toward fulfillment in a future society. These traits are developed honed, and polished through actual situations as created by varied pro- grams of activities. Through the process of demo- cratic elections, the members of the activities learn the qualities to be aware of in choosing a leader, and the chosen leaders soon learn of the cumber- some burden which comes with responsibility. However, the ability of leadership alone is not the only trait to be gained from participation in school activities. The ability to work with others, sharing ideas, and collectively attempting to reach a pre- destined goal is another attribute gained through participation in an organization. Aside from the social aspects which organizations provide, they also allow the student to develope a special interest which he may have in a given field. Nearly every subject offered in the school's curricu- lum provides for extra investigation through some form of extracurricular activity. 40' Michael Phillips, edits the needed copy for the year- book. awe 11 Kathy Oehmke sings a solo in The King and I. What ever the pupil's reason for joining an activity he finds within its scope of influence a broadening of his cultural horizons and a psychological change in his re- lationship with his fellow man. From this basic beginn- ing some may rise to greatness while others will not., yet the values learned from participation in these activities will enable these youth to move ahead with an ever pro- gressing society. 7 N-"Nun-Rvws, Ted Bowlus aims for a basket. An Eagle player is buried under a pile of Anthony Wayne Generals. 8 I . Victory, Defect, Everyone can 't win all of the time. Someone must lose. But win or lose, one must learn to accept his role in good spirits. This acceptance is the goal of the athletic program of Eastwood High School. As the pupils of EHS move up in the world, they must learn to take victory or defeat in stride. The ground work for this is laid on the athletic courts, fields, diamonds, and tracks of EHS. "Let's Make Sportsmanship Our Law. " This is the sign that greets one's eye upon entering the Eastwood gymnasium. Summing up the goal of the athletic program, the slogan symbolizes everything the coaches try to instill in the players--on the field of action and off. This spirit, as one could call it, is passed on to the crowd through the pep and vigor of the cheerleaders. To move up, to succeed in life, one must learn to accept victory or defeat graciously, This is the goal of the athletic department of EHS. Jim Mandell steals the ball from Perrysburg. A , ' 35 5 'ws W f, 5. 'S ,if- f'ff ,, Q X' , 5 Wg," ms. 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I gzip- .1 7.1 sr .zmtfjlllfils tt' F af 1 ,ij ,A ' Q- I , ' fix - M 1 , f Q-nr mfi 2 1 wg ,wi7fWc?T' 1 f ' P-g W ' T H------'--f " i H- Sql' ' Q Ag I 2 i '---Q '-- -1- --- - ,, Q , 0 9 f "-1 L " e 0 2 V W' In Our Space Age Because of nuclear bombs, Gemini flights, and water pollution, mathematics and science are no longer "just subjects in schoolp" now they play important roles in man's life, not only in his community, but also world-wide. . . ln realization of these and many more modern advancements, the pupils at Eastwood take advantage of the research made available to them. The math curriculum at Eastwood is geared to these ever increasing needs of the students. Those not in- tending to continue their education in college re- ceive instruction in basic math through General Math I and II. Those intending to continue in college Algebra I, ll, and III, Trigonometry, and Geometry are offered. Also, a special mathematics seminar is offered for those interested in higher math. The study of all high school sciences in general, the science of living things, the composition of elements, compounds, and mixtures: and the study of funda- mental laws and principles underlying changes in the form or position of matter are the topics en- countered in General Science, Biology, Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry, and Physics. Mr. Stearn explains an algebraic function to puzzled pupils. Physics can produce surprising results Trigonometry has its problems, while confusion reigns. Spoken, Written Word Are Best Meons X . . N ' 155 E I 1 ! I h Ken Martin defends the status quo in debate. When one thinks of communications, the first things that comes to one 's mind are the spoken and written words. The English and foreign language depart- ments of Eastwood High School combine to give the pupil a firm basis for expressing his ideas and thoughts about the world around him. Word study, sentence structure, and composition are the steps to better spoken and written English. Inter- mingled with these steps such works as Return of the Native, Giants in the Earth, and Macbeth are read. With the addition of German to the curriculum this year, the language department has become four- strong. French, Spanish, and Latin complete the four. These languages not only increase the number of tongues one can speak, but also provide a valuable source of derivatives to help the pupil strengthen his English vocabulary. The program at EHS is designed to promote a strong, clear knowledge of foreign languages and English which may be the key to a better understanding be- tween peoples. Carol Mandell gives background on Roman Empires. 'fx ,av i Of World Communication Today xs Y FIESTAS-ZZ Y - A f 'ti Mrs. Mary Kulhman explains dramatic playwrights. I U 3' R S ION PRUFUNDA-CI' S 40 ES VERDAD? - Q Senior' students ponder test on Lord of the Flies. Susie Sanchez models Spanish mantilla and fan Art, Home Economics Develop Talents Kathy Zellin and Richard Burns demonstrate molding techniques. lt has been said that "one picture is worth a thousand words, " and through Eastwood 's extensive art pro- gram, pupils are given the opportunity to prove this old cliche. Throughout the school year, exhibits are held to dis- play the many fields that can be entered in an art career. Weekly exhibits are also on hand for pupils who "lack but 1ove" this artful talent. In the halls, found mingling with the aroma of oil paints, is the aroma of freshly baked cookies. While walking down the hall, the average student is tempted to run to the nearest entrance to the Home Economics room. Upon entering, one finds not only cooking, but also, sewing, home planning, and food nutrition, are taught to our future homemakers. Home Economic girls study color schemes and the design of their clothing. Business Classes Emphasize Skill, Accuracy Typing Il class expands knowledge of typing pupils. ABOVE: Diane Schramm and Karen l-lasel practice notehand skills. RIGHT: Shorthand I pupils build dictation speed. Business, a major world occupation and profession is one of the fields of study at Eastwood. Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, and Journalism keep students engaged in learning and performing a few of the many tasks required for a complete business background. Languages in themselves, Shorthand and Notehand in- clude signs and symbols representative for words and phrases which are unrecognizable by students who are not enrolled in its time consuming study. Typing, on the other hand, demands the exercise of many fingers, accompanied by a comparable thinking speed. Added to these other courses of study, Bookkeeping and Journalism each contribute from their fields of educa- tional interest. Bookkeeping with its many records con- sisting of almost innumerable figures, and Journalism with its study of news stories and newspaper writing techniques help to complete the total Eastwood business department. K , 4,., an 5....t..-e Archery, Volleyball On Physical Education Agenda "--.M Nearly everyone knows that to have a healthy mind, a healthy body is needed. To meet these requirements, the Health and Physical Education Departments of Eastwood have advocated and initiated a vigorous health education and physi- cal fitness program. Through such games as volleyball, basketball, soc- cer, football, and hockey, the youths learn to ap- preciate the benefits of healthy competition. Bodies are under greater physical discipline when classes endeavor tumbling. As a result of the health program, pupils not only learn what a body should be like physically, but also what should go into that body. They also become familiar with and practice the rules of good health care. tsstsss sltsst E ttss gina-'-' ABOVE: "Whatdaya mean by 'monkey business ! ' This is hard work!" RIGHT: Physical Education has its ups and downs. Concerts, Contests Highlight Music Department Although the music department is made up of two subdivisions: vocal and instrumental music, the de- partments work closely to produce some of the most impressive music in the community. With football games, the musical, the annual Christ- mas Concert, the 'Pops' Concert, and the county- wide music contest in the spring, quite an air of enthusiasm is spread over the high school by the mem bers of the band and choruses of Eastwood High School. In addition, the drill team and majorettes add other touches to final precision for the "Eag1e Entertain- ment Department. " Highlighting the musical season this year, was the trip the marching band took to Detroit to play for the Detroit Lions. The Eastwood High School Band performs for the spectators during the half time. Mr. Deerwester gives the countdown, launching the Funny business reigns in the practice room when Rick chorus into a musical escapade. I-lagg is present. Sociol Studies Promotes World Understanding In family living, Connie Caudill and Ken Kruke- meyer study colors for interior decoration. r iss: f--........ i 2 i Z J 2 1 I i E L t 2 t E gf? Mr. Calvin Freund, government teacher, points out some principles of American government. In this world of politics, social studies plays an ever-increasing role in one's life. At Eastwood High School, ancient history, sociology, family living, economics, American history, and American Gov- ernment serve to increase the the pupil's knowledge about the world in which he lives. Through American history, American government, and economics, the pupil gains a working knowledge of his country's background and the intricate funct- ioning of its government. The tracing of the development of civilization from the age of the cave man to present day occupies the time and attention of the ancient history classes. Sociology and family living combine to help the pupil prepare for the responsibility of adulthood. A panel on human relations is part of Sociology class. Humanities Studies The Age Of Reclson T Q E ' 5 i S , ,S - - .Ns : I 'K - A b i S f 9 rw miie i 77: I in " - l. FIRST ROW: Mary Jo Lowrie, Debra Peters, Sherri Matheny, Carol Fredrich, Marianne Romaker, Nancy Amos. SECOND ROW: Barbara Metzger, Elaine Alexander, Barbara Fries, Diane Brinker, Jane Busdeker, Teresa Wegman, Brenda Nollen- A Humanities Course was initiated at Eastwood High School in 1965 in co-operation with the Wood County School System and BGSU. University faculty members present lectures on Monday morn- ing in the areas of art, music, philosophy, English, and history as the relate to the Age of Reason, the 18th century. On Friday, discussions are held. A primary aim of the course is to correlate the areas of culture that foster humanism as it was born in the Age of Reason, and has influenced our present thought. Mrs. Clctus Sheffler is the coordinator, and she is assisted by teachers who are specialists in the various areas. -betger, Sandy Snyder. THIRD ROW: David Hup- rich, Bob Brueggemeier, Mike Brinker, William Franz, Ron Grolle, Randy Gross, Dick Rohloff, Mike Gardner, Raleigh Smith. Humanities pupils take notes during one of the panel discussions. 2I Shop, Vo-Ag Develop Vocotlonol Interests During the day, if one were to walk past the cafe- teria, one would hear the sounds of saws, drills, and tractors coming from the other side of the halls. These sounds are a part of the industrial arts and vocational agriculture departments of Eastwood High School. In industrial arts, projects such as gun racks, cedar chests, and chairs occupy the time of the pupils. These projects are displayed in the case across from the cafeteria and make a handsome exhibit. Vocational agriculture pupils participate in such projects as crop raising, stock raising, and the studying of better general farming methods. Often one may see the hybrid ears of corn on display at different times. The climax of the vocational agriculture program is achieved when several mem- bers are selected to attend the national convention. Two freshmen find their talent in chest making during an industrial arts class Penio County Enrolls Mony More EHS Pupils In 1965 a new vocational school was opened to Eastwood High School juniors and seniors as well as students from the surrounding five counties. This school--Penta County--has offered vast amounts of specialized training in the fields of agriculture, home economics, business education, distributive education, and trades and industry. Qualified applicants are determined by an aptitude test ad- ministered at Penta County on a day designated as open house. Seventy-one Eastwood students enrolled in Penta- County keep in contact with friends at Eastwood by participating in extra curricular activities, attend- ing athletic contests, and sponsoring dances open to everyone. The car is a complicated machine, as David Feasel and Mike Bihn find out. W' X f JAZZ INV' 1 V, A'," TT--i?f K xX Wg-, X xx . Ex A-5 . -A fl 4 'X 1 . x x A, Q ON THE MOVE IN ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS Q 2 0 -1 E CQ I 6. D' -0- U5 -I 3' CD 0 ON Xl :V .Q E. :T W M ww.-f.w..,..4 it ily, FIRST ROW: Michael Parrish, Brenda Nollenberger, Bonnie Watkins, Sherri Matheny, Jane Busdeker, Barbara Fries, Michael Phillips. SECOND ROW: Mrs. June Davis, Advisor, Dorene Fredrich, Lynette Abke, Gretchen Gottschalk, David Hup- The Annual Staff with its many members spend at least one night a week working on lasting memo- ries of academic experiences and extracurricular activities reflected in a traditional Aquila. An array of pictures with descriptive paragraphs typify the annual with its many new freshman faces and familar faces of graduation seniors. Color intermingled throughout the book for the first time, catches the reader's eye, enabling him to relive past events in their original splendor. With the delivery of the books in the spring, the efforts of the previous months have been realized. rich, Anne Kirkbride. Janelle Schneider, Dede Metcalf, Marlene Restemeyer. THIRD ROW: Susan Briggs, Debbie Busdeker, Diane Brinker, Roger Weber, Bill Franz, Lois Burkholder, Elaine Melcher, Brenda Schutt, Connie Caudill. Dorene Fredrich, Marlene Restemeyer, and Jane Busdeker select pictures. Newspoper Staff Works Toward Another Trophy l i Y .ai G FIRST ROW: Jane Busdeker, Cheryl Hatas, Mike Parrish, Connie Caudill, Mary Musson. SECOND The recently popular cliche, "where the action is", can aptly be used to describe Eastwood 's journalism room. Something is always happening there. If staff members are not writing stories, setting up pages, or printing papers, they are in- evitably deeply involved in discussions on all types of subjects. Despite the fact that the Eagle 's Eye is printed in Room 13, the semiminthly publication has been rated superior by the Northwestern Ohio Journalism Association. The paper is written, laid out, and printed by the eight Journalism II pupils, and it is assembled with the aid of study hall pupils. As advisor, Mrs. Sue Clausen proofreads the pages and suggests improve- lT1Cl'1TS. X y , X Y' ROW: Mrs. Sue Clausen, Advisor, Susan Briggs, Linda Aufdencamp, Sharon Duquette. 'iff I 1 Q., if g ' 'T Q ,vm " ' N rg' , . ,..-,ff , ,,, 'FS ,, Ln , hr' ,Za f , V? A vw r , A H- ,A ba IQ .2 Ag ' fr Jane Busdeker reviews the latest edition of the Eagle's Eye. Student Council Sponsors Homecoming, Donces Y ty, ,V l i 5 5 v Q s xv FIRST ROW: Debra Griner, Karen Avers, Tye Henschen, -Mike Gardner, Karen Hasel, Susan Matthews. SECOND ROW: Mr. Thomas Stearn, Advisor, Carol Mandell, Brenda Brown, Janice Bauman, Peg Brough, Denise Chamberlain, Debra Peters, Art Alexander, Mrs. Janet Bell, Advisor. The busy activity schedule of Eastwood 's student governing body, the Student Council, is placed in the hands of trustworthy, capable individuals who act as one voice for the entire student body. Their leadership is reflected throughout the year as they sponsor such events as the Homecoming, Pep Week, Christmas and Spring dances, and a dance for the Wood County Area Student Council members. Their constructive leadership is also applied to serious endeavors such as a penny pitch for the March of Dimes at a basketball game and a Teen Queen for the Crippled Children's Associa- tion. This hard working organization meets twice a month on Fridays. THIRD ROW: Dennis Mock, James Griner, Patrica Brinker, Janet Sundermeier, Susan Schellhase, Pat Gardner, Barbara Hasel. FOURTH ROW: Gary Fries, Greg Matthews, Dennis Helm, Mike Brinker Dennis Wegman, Robert Helm, Judy Hagemeyer. lf The Varsity cheerleaders put a tiger in the eagles tank fcagej for a homecoming victory. Senior Lii Discusses Prominent World Novels fi 44 i ' ii 'L x! FIRST ROW: Alice Kahlenberg, Sherri Matheny, Sandra Frobose, Nancy Dean, Dorene Fredrich. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mary Kuhlman, Advisorg Michael Phillips, Susan Schellhase, Elaine Alex- The Senior Literary Society offers its members opportunities to broaden their knowledge in the fields of art, expecially literature as designated by the name. It is the only school organization which continues through the summer when they meet every two weeks. During the summer of 1966, the plays Oedipus Rex by Sophocles, A Doll's House by Ibsen, Faust by Van Goethe, and Cyrano de Bergerac bymhand, along with the books Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky and Lost Horizon by Hilton were dis- cussed by the members under the guidance of Mrs. Kuhlman. Meetings are held once a month during the school year. At one of these meetings, the members learned how to interpret modern art and listened to recorded plays. t, L. as P' . L ,, 'ZF 1 I ' i ' 5- I f ' , ander, Peg Brough. THIRD ROWg Barbara Fries, Karen Hasel, Michael Westerhaus, Tom Gerke, Mark Haar. Seniors enjoy an evening at Mrs. Kuhlman's home Students Help To Run An Efficient Library A M'-, ,',,.4Q, ""' 'v. ? 5 r- News SEATED: 1211161163 SChf1CidCT. 51131011 Hummel. Barbara Metzger, Diane Brinker, Darla Reed, Dede Shirley Cobb, DOTCYIC Ffedfiflh. NON Moore- Metcalf, Mrs. Jeanette Corenll, head librarian. STANDING: Kathy Schumaker, Peggy Brough, ji I J we iz i -Lil E Y , ,- ,Z W " Ng- ff? x.. ' , 23 .1 -"ii Barbara Metzger studies in a spare moment in the library. Every period of the day, there is a girl behind the desk in the library. She is the student librarian. These girls are here to assist the pupils in finding the right books, and to check the books in and out. To be a librarian, these girls give up a study hall, and they work in the library. The eleven girls also help Mrs. Cornell catalogue the many new books the library has gotten. To accommodate these new books, an extra book shelf has been added to the library. Forensics Club Encourages Debate, Public Speaking 1515: i i FIRST ROW: Sharon Hummel, David Huprich, Mr. Edison Barney, Advisor, Tye Henschen, Barbara Fries. SECOND ROW: Barbara Brown, Dorene Fredrich, Nancy Vavrik, Barbara Metzger, Nancy Dean, Linda Duncan, Raleigh Smith, Diane Jacobs, Alice lialilcnberg. THIRD ROW: Sue Schellhase, Dorene Fredrich practices for District Forensic's Tournament. Miriam Frobose, Mark Haar, Janice Bushman, Julie Conant, Karen Hasel, Rich Hagg, Charles Marshall, Sue Myers. FOURTH ROW: Dick Rohloff Roger Weber, Jack Bortel, Tom Gerke, Ed Coy, Gerald Brown, Mike Westerhaus, Bill Franz, Ken Marten, Bob Brueggemeier. Nearly every Saturday morning around eight o'cl0ck, at EHS you will find carloads of pupils waiting to leave for another school. These people are members of the Forensics Club of EHS. At the Saturday meets, they compete in debate and individual events. This year Eastwood is having its own invitational meet, and the league meet will be held at our school. Mr. Edison Barney, EHS speech teacher, is the advisor. SPQR Sponsors Lotin Week, Roman Banquet E .. it J ,i FIRST ROW: Daniel Dierksheide, Carolyn Stein, Brenda Nollenberger, Bruce Hannan, Charles Mar- William Franz, David Michel, Mary Jo Lowrie, shall, Lee Hutchinson, Linda Kohring, Sally Meder Mrs. Adeline Ridenour, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Sandra Snyder, Lois Aufdencamp. FOURTH ROW: Pat Lahman, Carol Fredrich, Margaret Franz, Anne Kathy Aufdencamp, George Babcock, Steven Bolt, Kirkbride, Janelle Schneider, Janice Bauman, Tom Bockbrader, Ken Hamen, Roger Weber, Sherry Matheny, Pam Reitzel, Shirley Cobb. Randall Gross, Lois Burkholder, David Swartz, THIRD ROW: Deborah Jacobs, Raleigh Smith, Diane Brinker. The SPQR, referred to at Eastwood as the Latin Club, is an organization of approximately thirty pupils who have taken two years of Latin or are in , , .af E the process of taking their second year of Latin. it The function of the club is to give these pupils a better background of the ancient Roman civilization and its language. The club also tends to develop an extracurricular interest on the subject. Some of the organization's activity highlights are a field trip to the Toledo Art Museum to observe the display on the ancient Romans, a banquet-- Roman style, a Christmas party, and the initiation of new members. D. . d. . . . Mrs. Cletus Seeffler is the other advisor. She was lane Bunker lsplays her Latin Prmect not present at the time the picture was taken. FTA Members Volunteer Help To Teochers FIRST ROW: Mr. Elwood Gebhardt, Advisor, Teresa Wegman, Barbara Fries, Debbie Peters, Mary Jo Lowrie, Mrs. Dorothy Amos, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Brinker, Pat Karns, Mari- ann Romaker, Carol Fredrich, Susan Matthews, Karen Siefert, Linda Beeker, Dorene Fredrich, Nancy Amos. THIRD ROW: Janice Bauman, Bon- Guest speaker elaborates on teaching methods. 71' nie Watkins, Raleigh Smith, MaryAnn Kuhlman, Bruce Hannan, Sandy Snyder, Gretchen Gottschalk Barbara Metzger, Janelle Schneider, Linda Firsdon FOURTH ROW: Brenda Nollenberger, Linda Coy, Dennis Konzen, Diane Brinker, Martha Frobose, Bill Franz, Sue Wilson, Marilyn Abke, Daniel Dierksheide, Roger Hansen, Debbie Beeker. FTA is an organization of about 25 pupils who are interested in the field of teaching as a career. These pupils not only participate in bimonthly meetings, but also accept the responsibility of teaching a class on the occasion that a substitute teacher is needed for a short time. Throughout the year, in addition to regular busi- ness meetings, the members enjoy programs deal- ing with various phases of education, such as teaching, special education, and discipline. To inform the student body of such observances as National Education Week and Teaching Career Month, posters are affixed reminders of the club's activities. Varied Activities Are On Agenda Of FHA FIRST ROW: Linda Dierksheide, Elaine Borcherd- ing, Darlene Bickford, Lynette Abke, Marilyn Teachout, Karen Miller, Lois Burkholder. SECOND ROW: Diane Dauer, Cheryl Grover, Betsy Tucker, Pat Webb, Charlene Barr, Laurel 1 nf- r I If t. r yt, if Li? Good grooming is part of the program of FHA. Evans, Sharon Neal, Linda Wheeler, Mrs. Helen Coe, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Ida Glenn, Magda- lene Webb, Janet Borcherding, Sue Baker, Cindy Gottschalk, Roberta Grabenstetter, Ann Snyder, Pam Schroeder, Diane Jacobs. "Sailing the Harbor of Maturity" was the theme of the Future Homemakers of America this year. FHA meets twice a month, the first being the business meeting and the second, revolving around the theme. This year there were two objectives for the club to acheive. The first was to help each of the members to increase her abilities and strive for their full development. And secondly, they were to participate actively in projects for family, community, and worldly improvement. On the recreational side, the club had a Halloween Party, Christmas Party, and a "Girls' Night Out". FFA Chapter of EHS Plans Many Projects lsiilfl 2L1ii!-Zl.i.?E:1 . l -L A ,, .- FIRST ROW: Mike Phillips, Wayne Fausey, Mark Swartz, Dick Burkholder, Arlyn Witker, Keith Avers, Randy Abke, Mike Philo, Mr. James Has- kins, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Ken Brueggemeier, Charles Heermeier, Dallas Coppler, Mike Young, Jack Recker, Donald Young, Craig Grover, Dick Sattler. THIRD ROW: Carl Lohrbach, Lee Hutch- FFA member, Dick Burkholder, proudly displays his champion steer. inson, Mike Jacobs, Erlin Moritz, Bob Henline, Tom Henline, Gary Emch, Dan Marten, Bob Buch- man. FOURTH ROW: Aaron Marten, Merlin Moenter, Ken Luidhardt, Steven Huss, David Schroeder, Walter Shiffert, Mike Schulte, Glen Dierksheide, Craig Reed. Future Farmers of America is one of the most active clubs in Eastwood High School. Money raising projects of the chapter include the selling of seeds annually to members of the com- munity and also the managing of fifteen acres of farm land. Five members of the club went to the National FFA Convention which was held in Kansas City, Missouri in the fall of the year. Additional activities they participate in are bowl- ing parties, hayrides, and an FFA banquet. Con- tests for the judging of dairying, livestock, parlia- mentary procedure, and many other catagories are entered by many of the members. Political Science Examines World Situations it-Y FIRST ROW: Dede Metcalf, Nancy Amos, Daniel Dierksheide, Bonnie Watkins, Charlse Marshall, Tye Henschen, Mary Kaczor. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dale Bruningg Advisor, Margaret Franz, Anne Kirk- bride, Barbara Metzger, Brenda Schutt, Kathleen Zellin, Sherri Matheny, Miss Lorna Hurley, Mr. Calvin Freund, Advisors. THIRD ROW: John Wid- The Political Science Club consists of those stu- dents most interested in discussing current events. The meetings, which are held twice monthly, deal with world problems facing our generation today. Through the supervision of Mr. Dale Bruning, Mr. Calvin Freund, and Miss Lorna Hurley, who make up Eastwood 's History Department, the pupils learn more about these problems and how they possibly might combat similar ones in the future. Filmstrips provided by The Toledo Blade summarize the events that have occurred during the week. The filmstrips, many times, form the background of the discussions. Q 3 l i mer, Michael Gardner, Greg Matthews, Richard Rohloff, Richard Miller, Robert Bruggemeier, James Mandell, David Huprich. FOURTH ROW: William Franz, Edwin Coy, Ron Grolle, Robert Wilson, Mark Schulte, Mark Westerhaus, Michael Brinker, James Witker. rx Hr , z , ,.. lie' ,,, . rx '-ig-s,r Mr. Freund points out a major distress area on map of the world Photogrophy Contest Highlights Comero CIub's Yeclr man, Mary Jo Lowrie. THIRD ROW: Dan Dierk- sheide, Tom Bockbrader, Art McGill, Randy Gross, Jim Hill, Roger Weber, Dick Rohloff, Den- nis Konzen, Diane Brinker. The Camera Club of EHS, is one club that performs one of the most valuable services in the high school When called upon, they will take pictures for whoever requests their services. This club works closely with the newspaper and annual staff for both groups use many pictures that they are not able to take themselves. The Camera Club meets every Thursday afternoon in the Chemistry room. LEFT: Bill Franz developes film in the school's darkroom. Clit I C7 Merry Messers Display Creations In The School -4' 'N-9 FIRST ROW: Susan Schellhase, Mariann Romaker, Terry Long, Jean Rife, Laura Cochran, Debra Grolle. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Caroll I-lalley, Linda Briggs, Sue Spanton, Cheryl Hatas, Susan Baker, 1 Aldl. Inspired artists are engrossed in their project. i 3 i .X 4 I 4, me V Cathy Moore, Dorene Fredrich. THIRD Jerry Bruns, Connie Jones, Connie Bockbrader, I Steve Oberhouse, Roberta Prose, Becky Kirian, Richard Bruns. ROW: The Merry Messers, alias the Art Club, meet after school every other Tuesday in the art room. Under the supervision of Mrs. Halley, they undertake the duty of making the sets for school productions. Whenthey aren't busy with this big task, they relax and enjoy stretching their imaginations with such things as fingerpainting and unusual sculpture. This October the Merry Messers entertained them- selves with a Halloween party for a change of pace. Whether they're building sets, painting with their fingers, or having parties, the Merry Messers add fun to their artistic talents to give a sum total of excitement. Proieciionisis Serve School By Showing Movies s If s . i E " , Q s , , , , ,.- , ' Q M 1 1 Q. f , . ', ' ... ,B - N V A ...., X , ,s - 7 s Q, ' EU 'f f Q K I 'jj 1 L Av L' A Vets..- K ---v it 4 5 r FIRST ROW: Mike Phillips, Mr. Clarence Heck- Brueggemeier, Dave Huprich. FOURTH ROW: man, Advisor, Mark Schulte, Dennis Wiegman, Greg Matthews, Don Ernsthausen, Mike Wester- Tye Henschen. SECOND ROW: Raleigh Smith, 118115, Ed COY. Mark Westerhaus, Randy Gross. Gary Fries, Mike Gardner, Dave Michel, Bob i ' 218- M352 Greg Matthews and Dave Huprich prepare a movie for showing. During any period of the day when a teacher wants to show a movie, the teacher can go to the study hall, and a projectionist will come and show the movie. These members are scheduled so that one of them is always in study hall so that they can show the movie when called upon. Mr. Clarence Heckman is the advisor, and he keeps a record of where the equipment is being used. To have a movie shown, just contact Mr. Heckman and he will take care of the details. Office Workers Assist Secretory, Teachers Z, ' 1 ..,..... .,,N. SEATED: Brenda Brown, Sally Meder, Pan Reitzel, Karen Hasel. STANDING: Pat Brinker, Sue Schellhase, Laura Cochran, Janet Sundermeier, Assisting the school secretary are fifteen girls who perform any kind of service one can think of. Commonly, one can find them in the halls going after a teacher or pupil who is wanted on the phone or other wise. Also, they type tests, record grades, and take care of the office when Mrs. Sanders is not present. These girls are chosen from a study hall and work that period. -Si Barbara Fries, Mrs. Milda Sanders, Secretary, Connie Caudill, Sue Rumer, Dianne Schramm, Nancy Dean, Janice Welling, Nancy Vavrik. Brenda Brown and Sue Schellhase type tests for a teacher. Arion Club - For Those Wanting Musical Enrichment PCG , , , x, 5 1 'lo -aww 4 FIRST ROW: Mr. Mark Deerwester, Advisory Peg Brough, Tom Gerke, Brenda Brown, Pat Brinker, Bonnie Watkins. SECOND ROW: Barbara Brown, Mary Davis, Carol Jones, Margaret Franz, Carol Campbell, Debbie Jacobs, Nancy Miller. SECOND ROW: Barbara Mtezger, Anne Kirkbride, Mr. Deerwester sharpens a wavering pitch. to E T' Janet Sundermeier, Sue Myers, Nancy Dean, Barbara Coppler, Linda Duncan, Lynette Abke. FOURTH ROW: Randy Abke, Mark Haar, Dan Dierksheide, Jim Witker, Bill Frnaz, Janice Bush- man, Karen Hasel, Karen Avers, Mike Parrish. The Arion Club of EHS builds the music pupils musical background. The members study the dif ferent types of music, and they learn about music theory. The members of this club are limited to juniors and seniors who have previously participated in other choral work. Mr. Mark Deerwester, advisor, leads the discus sions which range from classical music such as that of Bach to modern jazz. Ensembles Are Called Upon Often To Sing BOYS' ENSEMBLE, FIRST ROW: Keith Hamen, Robert Spencer, Michael Parrish. SECOND ROW: Randy Abke, William Franz, Daniel Dierksheide. THIRD ROW: Richard Hagg, Jerold Carpenter. FOURTH ROW: Thomas Gerke. l Ei Q T I. , i J, . 'S' ' -,., I , W C fi. :',g, ' lil v t-I, - . Jn., , iz, ., L: W wa ig I ll l SOPHOMORE ENSEMBLE, FIRST ROW: Kathy Oehmke, Janice Bauman, Janelle Schneider. SECOND ROW: Mary Jo Lowrie, Irene Martinez. THIRD ROW: Shirley Cobb, Elaine Melcher, Zedda Rush. Sa P. if 4 -N 1, 5 3 I 'I C -v- I I w ,I .. r .2 ' Qi at ' . -3 . I -5 h ay , 1 5 ia 3 11 Q, I 2 3 5 ' i EL- I 0 , , eb . Nl e-f-:1 FRESHMAN ENSEMBLE, FIRST ROW: Barbara Hasel. SECOND ROW: Constance Bockbrader, Marilyn Abke. THIRD ROW: Patricia Gardner, Patricia Karns, Nina Broka. FOURTH ROW: Martha Frobose, Susan Wilson, Carol Burkholder. . .,,- 5 K, : i 1 t r 1 , . I. . 3 . 5 3 - f Hz ' s i , 4 6 pf", Q i I i W 1 rf! +I' J il 'fifb JUNIOR ENSEMBLE, FIRST ROW: Margaret Franz, Deborah Jacobs, Carol Jones, Deborah Peters, Carol Campbell. SECOND ROW: Barbara Metzger Bonnie Watkins. THIRD ROW: Anne Kirkbride, Carol Burkholder. FOURTH ROW: Janice Bushman yf...v...,w ,.,...,......-vw-fbvvvf ,,..,f. f SWINGIN' Ez, FIRST ROW: Bonnie Watkins, Mark Randolf Abke, Richard Hagg. FOURTH ROW: Haar, Anne Kirkbride, Linda Duncan, Barbara Deborah JaCObs, Keith Hamen. FIFTH ROW: Metzger, Carol Campbell. SECOND ROW: Robert Thomas Gerke, Elaine Melcher, Susan Meyers, Spencer. THIRD ROW: Barbara Brown, Gary Bock- NHUCY DGHH, JHHCI Slllldermeier- brader, Daniel Dierkshiede, Michael Hannan, 5 ' 5? ' l ' E f R f I I 5 an I lf ' 1 ' vs. 1 " '- :W-r' g -1 In , D Q V I 'J "M 1 J - MIXED ENSEMBLE, FIRST ROW: Richard Hagg, SENIOR ENSEMBLE, FIRST ROW: Brenda Brown, Sheryl Vetter, Keith Hamen. SECOND ROW: Barbara Brown, Irene Kahlenberg. SECOND ROW: Robert Spencer. THIRD ROW: Daniel Dierksheide, Susan Schellhase, Sheryl Chamberlain, Pat Brinker Susan Myers, Nancy Dean, Thomas Gerke. THIRD ROW: Sandra Rolf, Betty Pringle. FOURTH FOURTH ROW: Peggy Brough. ROW: Karen Hasel. Mixed Chorus, Girls Chorus Sing AT Annuol FIRST ROW: Mr. Mark Deerwester, Tom Gerke, Jane Busdeker, Sandy Frobose, Kay Graff, Miriam Frobose, Dan Dierksheide, Randy Abke, Bob Buch- inan, Pat Brinker, Mark Haar, Sue Myers, Nancy Dean, Elaine Alexander, Mike Parrish, Brenda Brown, Jean Rife. SECOND ROW: Bruce Hannan, Bonnie Watkins, Jane Puse, Barbara Coppler, Janelle Schnieder, Janet Pringle, Lynette Abke, Oscar Sanchez, Barbara Metzger, Carol Campbell, Susan Ciiughey, Belinda Dagleish, Mary Davis, Carol Jones, Debbie Jacobs, Joe Motter, Bob Spenser, Irene Martinez, Pat Karns, Connie Robin son, Howard Kruse, Nancy Miller. THIRD ROW: Keith lflamen, Raleigh Smith, Kathy Hansen, ...L .X,.i15i...l ...5..B1.K.J,1X-.s..i.. Kathy Zellin, Nancy Price, Norman Romaker, Roger Bostorff, Manuel Enriquez, Janice Bauman, Nina Broka, Lonnie Gambill, Carol Babcock, Terry Thompson, David Martinez, Tim Meyer, Mary Kuhlman, Linda Duncan, Mary Kaczor, Kathy Oemke, Ann Kirkbride. FOURTH ROW: Ron Grolle, Mike Jacobs, Craig Conaway, Dennis Eisenhour, Vicki Wagner, Bill Franz, David Vickers, Janice Bushman, Martha Frobose, Connie Bockbrader, Marilyn Abke, Elaine Melcher, Sandy Coy, Jim Witker, Rick Haag, Carol Burk- holder, Karen Avers, Roger Weber, Gerald Car- penter. The Swingin' Ez' express their Merry Christmas in a song about Christmas. ,y r, r , 3 i W ,I AH- 05 A ti Lf Nl Christmos, Pops Concerts And Contest lil V- Q U g skkt, ,-Q: IH. b gb, x R 4 1 - It :A fi V: Y ' fu ' V Y T FIRST ROW: Gilda Castillon, Barbara Brown, Debbie Jacobs, Pat Karns, Irene Martinez, Kiplyn Bailey, Dietra Metcalf, Jeanette Shaffer, Jean Rife, Connie Robinson, Nancy Miller. SECOND ROW: Kathy Oehmke, Margaret Franz, Debbie Griner, Carol Campbell, Carol Jones, Bonnie Watkins, Mary Kaczor, Lynette Abke, Carol Kriston, Susan Caughey, Mary Davis, Debbie Grolle, Debra Shaffer, Janet Pringle, Barbara Metgzer. THIRD ROW: Nina Broka, Carol Bab- cock, Barbara Coppler, Jane Puse, Kathy Hansen, Peggy Brough, Miriam Frobose, Nancy Price, Mary Kuhlman, Linda Duncan, Janelle Schneider, Janice Bauman, Ann Kirkbride, Brenda Brown. FOURTH ROW: Pat Brinker, Susan Myers, Kay Oeschagler, Sandy Coy, Sandy Frobose, Karen Avers, Marilyn Abke, Vicki Wagner, Carol Burk- holder, Connie Bockbrader, Janice Bushman, Elaine Melcher, Kay Graff, Jane Budkeker, Janice Sundermeier. Mr. Deerwester launches the Girls' Chorus into song at the Christmas concert. ! L J an Special Bonds Add Color To Music Department FIRST ROW: Terry Long, Dennis Konzen, Jerry Westerhaus, Arlyn Witker, Dennis Wiegman, Tom Bruns, Dick Guiiufsen, Mike sanier. SECOND Bockbrader. Doug Losey. R011 Gable. Chuch ROW: Keith Hamen, Tom Geisbuhler, Mike Blausey, Lawrence McCormick, Gary Bockbrader. FIRST ROW: Gretchen Gottschalk, Scott Carpenter, Rifrk Hagg. 101111 Widmef. Keith Hamefl- FOURTH Gary Bockbrader, Dick Miller, Denny Kgnzen' ROW: Tom Bockbrader, Ron Gable, Arlyn Witker, Terry Long, . SECOND ROW: Mike westerhaus, Lee Hutchinson, Bill Franz, John Hanely, Richard Dennis Wiegman, Mike Sattler, Barb Brown, Sandy Bloomfield, Ralldy SIOUTIS- FIFTH ROW2 Miflhael Snyder, jerry Bums, Dick Gullufsen, Mark Krift, Phillips, Daniel Dierksheide, Connie Mengering, THIRD ROW: Bob Helm, Mark Westerhaus, Zedda JeffY Brown, Larfl' Bockbfadef' Rush, Peg Brough, Margaret Franz, Mary Jo Lowrie, Twirlers, Drill Corps Add To Marching Bond , .L T?K'l'N ' " Tirwfr - J nw.: I 6 FIRST ROW: Marlene Miller, Jean Rife, Feature Moore, Terry LOU8, Head Drum Major: Salldra Twirlerg Mary Martinez. SECOND ROW: Pamela Rolf- FIRST ROW: fLeft to Rightj Marilyn Teachout, Dorene Fredrich, Mariann Romaker, Anne Kirk- bride, Colleen Wagner, Debra Shaffer, Marilyn Brinker, Sharon Duquette, Bonnie Ferree. FIRST ROW: fTop to Bottomj Vicki Wagner, Darla Reed, Jane Obrock, Marlene Restemeyer, Janice Bauman, Kathy Ohemke, Lynette Abke. The EHS Bond Ploys Cn Through Concert, XX I as sr it L Q. r 1 FIRST ROW: Marlene Miller, Pam Moore, Jean Rife, Terry Long, Sandy Rolf, Mary Martinez. SECOND ROW: Gretchen Gottschalk, Candy Cole, Pat Gardner, Keith Hamen, Fred Edens, Dan Ves- tal, Gary Bockbrader, Ronald Hamen, Norman Romaker, Kenneth Michelsen, Richard Miller, Alan Titkemeier, Gayle Otte, Rick Hagg, John Widmer, Scott Carpenter, Linda Firsdon. THIRD ROW: Sharon Meyers, Mike Westerhaus, Linda Beeker, Dick Sattler, Linda Coy, Dana Long, Dennis Konzen, Dick Gullufsen, Jerry Bruns, Becky Linke, Barbara Brown, Mark Westerhaus, Mr. Law- rence McCormick. FOURTH ROW: Connie Brol- host, Nancy Amos, Denise Chamberlain, Kathy Aufendcamp, Deborah Beeker, Sue Wilson, Sue Schellhase, Barbara Hasel, Carol Fredrich, Debo- rah Peter, Dennis Wiegman. FIFTH ROW: Bob Helm, Nancy Miller, Dave Evans, Peggy Brough, Margaret Franz, Zedda Rush, Wesly Long, Mary Jo Lowrie, Charles Blausey. SIXTH ROW: Karla Aring, Vicki Long, Debbie Griner, Alice Kahlen- berg, Judy Christiansen, Carol Mandell, Lois Aufdencamp, Sue Caughey, Mary Musson, Pat Lahman, Lois Evans, Tim Henline, Doug Losey. SEVENTH ROW: Pam Reitzel, Barbara Drews, Janice Welling, Sheryl Chamberlain, Miriam Frobose, Judy Hagemeyer, Diane Brinker, Karen Bockbrader, Barbara Fries, Linda Aufdencamp, Sue Matthews, Sandy Gable, Carol Stein. EIGHTH ROW: Lee Hutchinson, Arle Metcalf, Arlyn Witker, Karen Hasel, Tom Bockbrader, Bill Franz, Tom Geisbuhler, John Hanely, Connie Mengering, Teresa Wegman, Ron Gable, Rick Bloomfield. NINTH ROW: Mike Phillips, Doug Gallier, Larry Bockbrader, Dan Dierksheide, Jim Griner. Marching Seosons Students interested in an extensive and perpetually active instrumental music program find all the could wish for at Eastwood High School. After finishing a summer of parades, mass band at Cedar Point, the band started a full scheduled year of activities. Heading the list was an all precision football season, playing for the opening of the new Doyt L. Perry Stadium at Bowling Green State University, and pre-game and half-time perform- ances at Tiger Stadium in Detroit, and also at Defiance College. With marching season completed, auditions were held for positions and a concert band was selected. Concert band devotes most of its time to preparing for contest, but it also performs at a Pops Concert in the spring, an evening concert, and an occasion- al exchange tour to another high school. Along with concert band, music pupils find them- selves participating in such activities as all-county band, solo and ensemble contest, pep band, and dance band. Rick Hagg, Barbara Drewes, and Lois Aufdencamp assemble their horns in preparation for band the last period of the day. The Pep Band, which performs at all home basket- ball games, is whipped into a version of the song ','Mame. " The EHS marching band performs the traditional formation of an "E" at most football games. 49 The wives express their views on Anna's appearance in "Western People are Funny." -Tfffzamss , The King checks the schoolroom to see the progress of his wives and children. Oriental Musical, A smash hit, The King and I, was presented by the pupils of the Eastwood School District under the di- rection of Mark Deerwester and Lawrence McCor- mic on November 18, 19, and 20. The auditorium was filled the first two nights, and after the news of the musical's success had spread, it was filled to an overflow for the Sunday perfor- mance. Susan Meyers, as Anna, and David Evans, as the King, played the leading roles in the musical ver- sion of Anna and the King of Siam. The support- ing roles were filled by Susan Schellhase, as Lady Thiang, Kathy Oehmke, as Tuptim, and Jim Wit- ker, as Lun Tha. As the curtain rose, Anna and her son were newly arrived in the small country of Siam. Here, Anna taught the royal children. During the course of her stay, she was surprised by the servility of the subjects in the presence of their king and by the indignities she felt were dealt her by the King. ln the second act we experience tears of happiness during the ball scenes and tears of sorrow over the King's death as the curtain falls. The King is in a "Puzzlement" over his duties. Qlfld.l, is Big Hit at EHS i ff ' 2 1 5 5 it 1 X Anna arrives in Siam and is met by the Prime Minister. V .MW . ,,a A . K X L , ' 0 "Getting to Know You" is the topic of discussion " Hold still please. There's still 15 minutes between Anna and the children. GAA, Pep Club Provide Outlets For Energy , Lx T ' 5 ,-1 ' '97 faq, 3.--, -. fri-bf FIRST ROW: Mrs. Katon, Advisor, Linda Kohring, Pat Lahman, Margaret Franz, Marlene Restemeyer, Teresa Wegman, Barb Fries, Sandy Rolf, Sheryl Chamberlain. SECOND ROW: Diane Dauer, Mary Ann Harmeyer, Nancy Miller, Bonnie Ferree, Connie Robinson, Jeneatte Shaffer, Mary Lucas, Marilyn Whachter, Sue Sanchez, Lois Evans, Cheryl Grover, Dawn Parrish. THIRD ROW: Linda Michel, Kathy Moore, Beth Schramn, Pat Karns, Linda Beeker, Sandy'Gable, Sue Briggs, Linda Briggs, Diane Taulker, Marilyn Brinker, Lana Dennis, Christi Marsh, Nora Moore. FOURTH ROW: Carol Jones, Carol Fredrich, Judy Christiansen, Sue Jacobs, Carol Kriston, Janet Borcherding, Mary Musson, Kathy Lafferty, Elaine Borcherding, Brenda Adams, Connie Drewes, Carol Mandell, Dorene Fredrich, Debbie Shaffer. FIFTH ROW: Sylvia Graham, Mary Davis, Linda Duncan, Sue Spaton, Barb Cop- pler, Gretchen Gottschalk, Sharon Meyers, Ruth Gerke, Pat Gardner, Denise Chamberlain, Kathy Deuble, Becky Linke, Debbie Grolle, Janelle Schneider, Laura Cochran, Belinda Dalgleish. SIXTH ROW: Nina Broka, Barb Hasel, Carol Lucas, Roberta Gangwer, Kathy Zellen, Dianne Schramn, Gayle Otte, Sheryl Snyder, Debbie Jewel, Linda Rolf, Lucy Miller, Carol Glanzman, Joyce Snyder, Jane Obrock, Darla Reed, Carol Reddin. SEVENTH ROW: 'Roseanne Konesky, Ann Snyder, Bertha Jewell, Laura Hansen, Bobbi Prose, Connie Cock- brader, Connie Mengering, Vicki Wagner, Susie Wilson, Julie Conant, Lois Burkholder, Carol Burkholder, Sandy Coy, Jane Busdeker, Joanne Dean, Carol Jones, Kathy Hansen, Cheryl Hatas. s . Pep Of Numerous Girls A fast moving game of basketball is one of the GAA 's many activities. The boisterous laughter of energetic girls can be heard every Monday afternoon, as the GAA par- ticipates in its athletic activities. These activities consist of volleyball and basketball, softball, hockey, and badminton. The traveling volleyball and basketball teams are also a part of GAA. These girls are chosen by the club advisor and they compete with various area schools. Some of the primary events of the year include the initiation of new members, the Spring formal dance, which is second only to the prom in the social life of the school, and the party for honor- ing the departing seniors. From these activities, the girls develop lasting friendships, rewarding goals in leadership, and learn the laws of good sportsmanship. FIRST ROW: Karen Siefert, Tresa Kirian, Carol Campbell, Laurie Hansen, Mrs. Sylvia Katon, Advisor, SECOND ROW: Cheryl Grover, Lynette Abke, Dede Metcalf, Bonnie Watkins, Betsy Tuck- er, Beth Schramm, Lana Dennis, Sandy Gable, Carol Fredrich, Diane Taulker, Marilyn Brinker, Roberta Gangwer. THIRD ROW: Zedda Rush, Carla Aring, Debbie Busdeker, Brenda Nollenberger, Gretchen Gottschalk, Carol Kriston, Christi Marsh, Elaine Borcherding, Brenda Adams, Jackie Smith, Shirly Cobb, Kathy Zellin. FOURTH ROW: Vickie Wagner, Janet Pringle, Carol Reddin, Cheryl Snyder, Sharon Myers, Jane Obrock, Darla Reed, Debbie Shaffer, Billie Clark, Debbie Jewel, Debbie Moore, Jo Ann Dean, Bobbie Prose, Nina Broka. Cheerleaders Lecld Sfudenf Body In Cheers Qi Y W XX ABOVE: FIRST ROW: Salley Meder, Karen Avers, Janet Sundermeier. STANDING: Teresa Wegman Linda Coy. LEFT: SEATED: Susie Sanchez, Barbara Hasel, Pat Gardner. STANDING: Nina Broka, Carol Mandell. 5 FIRST ROW: Linda Duncan, Nancy Vavrik, Alice H8561- Kahlenberg. STANDING: Janice Bushman, Karen Wrestlers Hove Trouble But Goin Needed Experience I ' Y' . ik I FIRST ROW: Rodney Bockbrader, Calvin Adams, Wesley Long, Gary Briggs, Mike Parrish, Dana Dauer, Ken Davis, Ralph Beckman, John Migliori, Lonnie Caudill, David Hatas. SECOND ROW: Mike Fields, Art Alexander, Norman Romaker, TT I John Migliori ends his wrestling season at district finals. We Ricky Beeker, Dick Gullufsen, Larry Caudill, Phil Davis, Davil Lowry, Alan Smith. THIRD ROW: Dennis Eisenhower, Kevin Michelsen, Dana Long, David Evans, Allan Titkemeier, Terry Thompson, Larry Titkemeier, Mike Aring. Those who are fast thinking, strong and light on their feet choose to participate in wrestling. The grapplers of 1966-1967 were led by returning let- termen John Migliori and captain Rod Bockbrader. In the Milan Invitational, the team ranked fifth with Rod Bockbrader and Ken Davis placing third, and Calvin Adams, Wesley Long, and Mike Parrish placing fourth. In the NLL tourney, Migliori and Bockbrader earned fourth. Migliori who received first in the sectional tournament, advanced to district. 1966-1967 MAT RESULTS They We They Milan 43 8 Northwood 43 Lake 44 22 Elmwood 26 Anthony Wayne 36 3 pen-ysburg 43 Maumee 42 5 Rossford 35 Springfield 32 13 Genoa 38 1966 Eagle Footballers Bring Home NLL Hosting NLL foe Springfield, the Eagles started off their 1966 campaign on a sour note as they lost the game 6-0. The Eagles won everything but the game as they got 14 first downs to Springfield 's 9, and out gained the devil 's 218 yards to 169. Eastwood broke an 18 game losing streak by mauling Perrysburg 40-14 in an NLL tilt. Dennis Henline started the scoring spree by running back a Perrys- burg pass 87 yards for the touchdown. Mike Gardner scored on runs of 1 and 5 yards and threw two TD passes of 13 and 4 yards to Bob Wilson. Wilson caught a conversion pass from Gardner. Roger Han- sen scored on a 5 yard keeper play. In front of a Parent's Nite crowd, the Eagles downed the Lake Flyers 42-30. Mike Parrish scored on runs of 23, 5, and 13 yards. Bob Wilson and Jim Alexan- der caught TD passes from Mike Gardner. Ed Coy caught three conversion passes from Gardner and Ken Michelsen scored a touchdown from the 1 yard line. Eastwood brought back the Log Trophy after a two year absence downing the Elmwood Royals in the annual "Battle of the Woods", 28-26. Tom Donald- son caught a 15 yard pass from Mike Gardner for the TD. Bob Wilson scored on a 24 yard run and a 45 yard pass from Gardner, besides tallying two conver- sions. The Eagles stayed ahead for good as Gardner threw a TD pass to Denny Henline. The Eagles downed Anthony Wayne for the first time by defeating the Generals 21-12. Bob Wilson ran for three TD's and two conversions, while Denny Henline caught a Mike Gardner aerial for 6 points. After 8 straight losses to Rossford, the Eagles came from behind to bring home the cider jug 22-20. Bob Wilson scrambled 66 yards for pay dirt and caught Mike Gardner PAT pass, while Roger Hansen and Ed Coy combined for two TD's and a conversion. The Eaglesgained the undisputed first spot in the NLL by defeating the Maumee Panthers for the first time in eight meetings, 28-14. Roger Hansen scored on a 1 yard sneak, while Mike Parrish scored a touch- down and conversion. Bob Wilson had two TD's and a PAT run. Eastwood won its first gridiron crown in the school's nine year history as the Eagles downed the Comets 30-18. The Eagles got a break as Rodney Bockbrader recovered his own opening kickoff, Mike Parrish scored from the 4, and Mike Gardner passed to Ed Coy to give the Eagles a lead they never relinquished. Parrish added a conversion run and a TD on a 25 yard run. Bob Wilson also scored two touchdowns and a conversion. The Eagles closed their 1966 campaign by downing the Lakota Raiders 22-12 for their eighth straight win. Bob Wilson scored three touchdowns and a conversion, while Wesley Long added another PAT run. Mike Gardner eludes General tackler. Trophy, SchooI's Besf Record Ever FRONT ROW: Mike Parrish, Rod Bockbrader, Jim Brinker, Ken Michelsen, Jack Bortel, Ted Bowlus, Ed Coy, Denny Henline, Bob Wilson, Mike Diebert, Ken Davis. SECOND ROW: Raleigh Smith, Mana- ger, Mike Hannan, Dan Vestal, Dave Derr, Mark Rowland, Dave Huprich, Roger Hansen, Dick Roh- loff, Mike Aring, John Migliori, Denny Mock, manager. THIRD ROW: Bob Bruggemeier, manager: Fred Enriquez, Denny Eisenhower, Craig Reed, Dave Evans, Jim Alexander, Ron Grolle, Scott Haas Mike Gardner, Larry Titkemeier, Dennis Helm, manager. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Paul Neeb, Mr, Geral Emmons, Alan Titkemeier, Doug Losey, Bob Coakley, Calvin Adams, Gary Emch, Tom aldson, Wes Long, Mr. Fred Kocster, Mr. Gene French, Mr. Edison Barney Don 1-fs-sl . . .Ama 'pam-I effsfgsfzisi viikkiig Mr. Gene French, backfield coach, Mr. Paul Neeb, Koesterg line coach, and Mr. Gerald Emmons, tackle end coach: Mr. Edison Barney head coach, Mr. Fred coach. Senior Letfermen Lead Eagle Team To MIKE DIEBERT--Guard ED COY--End TED BOWLUS--Guard Second Year Letterman Second Year Letterman Second Year Letterman .ff 1 .,'. 2.4 .qw 44- qw . , , 've .W t a 1 5 a Y S. in . M M . ul , t i A e M kt at ' ',Ia..L....-ae, if Y- X ergo, ,Q-e,N,i--fftfpiw i,i'j,-Sf W r. A, ,M AM, L.. ,W f::f..1f,.5gq gs - 1 A K 1f..,..,, IME: ,qi , ,. 3 . 1. ,ft -A . 2 ' p , a,.wr-I-.ev - ft. ., "ff fi- --ff ar e nl-:M It 1 wi' 2. . 7 554. ,Elf-If ' 1:12, If . as : E" "1 I f f Irv U""t" .N ..- -r .-I ., fy. 5. . M, . ., "fX3.v:,.t 'Q-1' .Y tice- .-Smear' M H ,, n ,,,., A A .. A A, ...N-yi. . 3. 'fr"xN,1-I . .f u :V 5' 5:5 ,f,.-ini, I :M n Q-1 ?'i 'v 1 ' .' ,V E 'fig -LL'-1 af." -f- 'ffl -, A f"" .1 1 sf' 4 wfw 'N-.1 V' Y DENNIS HENLINE--End JIM BRINKER--Center KEN DAVIS--Halfback First Year Letterman Second Year Letterman First Year Letterman RODNEY BOCKBRADER--Tackle MIKE PARRISI-I--Fullback JACK BORTEL--Fullback Second Year Letterman Second Year Letterman First Year Letterman A Victorious 8-I Football Seoson . 5 s A is ' I 1, ,, , is Y ,Q L: Q 'ii -Zi.. i i' U 1 iA"5s'i?:,X3i" i'ff'f'Kri"?5i3'-X3 'ff--W ' i - -if-.fff"',. 'T. .I-Qs -35 ?5'v 1-761555 5 in fl'f,.zg2v-.ff-7 , g . if iff " N ay-elif, s'g'gf "3" 'ff . qv? 5 'jfs' 135 1 g KEN MICHELSEN--Fullback BOB WILSON--Halfback First Year Letterman Third Year Letterman , 1- , 4 f ' Eagle spirit boosts moral at 1966 Homecoming pep Tri-captains Ed Coy, Bob Wilson, and Ted Bowlus session talk over forthcoming game. 59 Action, Excitement, Victory Mork 1966 Season VARSITY We Springfield - - - - - 0 Perrysburg - - - - -40 Lake - - - - - - 42 Elmwood ---- - - - 28 Anthony Wayne ----- 28 Rossford ----- - - - 22 Maumee - - - - - - 28 Genoa - - - - - 30 Lakota - - - - - 22 They 6 14 30 26 12 20 14 18 12 . . . . , K.. ....,,...i Mike Parrish moves in for a block. Ed Coy and Denny I-Ienline tackle Anthony Wayne 's General. i Bob Wilson Sprints for a touchdown. 155. f. . , , r . . . f f Frosh, JV Teams Gain Valuable Experience Inman gm . .. f... FIRST ROW: David Hatas, Jack Recker, Oscar San- chey, Daniel Deer, Kevin Michelsen, Jack Marten, Alan Smith. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gary Bierly, Rick Beeker, Charles Rupp, Daniel I-Iuprich. James Vick- ers, Dennis Cusino, Larry Bockbrader, Mr. Keith This year the reserves posted a fine 4-2-1 record under the direction of Coach Jerald Emmons. The Eagles defense held their opponents to 26 points while offensively the reserves scored 66 points. Ken Michelsen lead the TD 's in scoring with 30 points, while Roger Hanson scored 18 and Scott Haas tallied 16. The Freshmen footballers under the direction of Coaches Gary Bierly and Keith N eiderkohr posted a 1-4 record. Jesse Enriquez lead the Freshmen in scoring with 18 points while Phil Donaldson scored 10 points. Although the freshmen 's record did not equal the reserves, both teams gained valuable experience needed to keep the NLL title at EHS, Niederkor. THIRD ROW: Daniel Martin, Thomas Wohltman, Terry Coyer, Phillip Donaldson, Terry Thompson, Norman Romaker, Dana Long, Jesse Enriquez, Robert Helm. FRESHMAN We They Lake - - - ---- - 0 22 Lakota ------- - - - 14 6 Anthony Wayne - - - - 0 22 Rossford ------ - - 8 42 Maumee ---------- 6 32 RESERVE Springfield -------- . 8 0 Perrysburg - - - - - 6 14 Lake ----- - - 8 0 Elmwood ----- - - - 36 0 Anthony Wayne - - - 8 6 Maumee ----- - 0 0 Genoa ------ - - '0 6 Victory, Enthusiastic Crowd, Beouhful Queen Highlight -W. M A ,- lj Eagle fighter crashes through victory arch. Bob Wilson charges toward the goal line for a touch 1966 Football Queen and Court: Susan Matthews, sophomore attendantg Brenda Brown, senior at- tendantg Queen Susan Schell- haseg Sally Gullufsen, 1965 Queen, Sylvia Gra- ham, junior attendantg Mary Ann Harmeyer, fresh- man attendant. Escorts: Michael Brinker, Daniel Harmon, Mark Schulte, James Reitzel, James Rob- inson, James Mandell. Ei down. C3 A! f s at L A Yu 9 4 ' J? A ,V 1 ' - s it I 966 Foofboll Homecoming The 1966 Football Homecoming was a two-fold suc cess. Not only did Eastwood have an enthusiastic and lovely queen and court, but the team laid a glorious victory at the feet of their exuberant queen. The October seventh homecoming game was pre- ceded by the entrance of the court in convertibles, followed by Queen Susan Schellhase on a pink and burgundy float. The tri-captains presented Queen Sue with a bouquet of roses, the traditional pendant, and a kiss. The game and halftime show were in Queen Sue's honor with the team winning a decisive victory of 28612 over Anthony Wayne. Finally, the festive event ended with a dance the next evening. If you were to ask Queen Sue if she felt the 1966 Homecoming was a fabulous event, she would most certainly answer with an emphatic, "You bet your booties Granny!" . X 'WL' bill y.,6.,,,x, 6 6 ' 1 ay: 539, i . ,, V J My t ffm it Sify xv . his ty 'flee 'fbi' Ut.. ,qi ,Jw tvtffixhmr , A fwyjgk , , . , M. - f Fay P'-lifriai ' wg?-' ,n.,L,,V E - '52 1 - , 'Xalan ' 1 x'i,,fQ:1a.t ,L ., if .s tftifr' ,A we 3,:g1jyt1k,4f g igitzs . :ow W s f . -N,-J - 0. Queen Sue Mr. Richard Lowrie, principal presents football tri- faculty. captains with Victory Petition signed by all of the T ..J First Undefeoted Seoson In History Of The In the first week of November, Eagle fans turned from a NLL gridiron championship, to hope and speculation for the basketball team. Coach Dale Bruning and his charges did not waste much time in proving that the Eastwood Cagers were indeed going places, beating Genoa 78-54, Clay 69-41, Perrys- burg 88-48, and for the first time in EHS history going over the century mark by beating Springfield 109-64. The Eagles sped through the season downing foe after foe, clinching the Northern Lakes League title with an 89-43 win over Elmwood. Beating Lake 53-45 the Eagle five became the first Eastwood team to reach an 18-0 record. Statistics show why the Eagles were so successful. In 18 games the Eagles scored 1372 points for a 76.2 average, while their opponents tallied only 896 for a 49-8 point average. Co-Captain Jim Mandell, who was fourth in County and League scoring hit 340 points for a 18. 9 point average, while Mike Gardner averaged 15.4 and Co-Captain Bob Wilson cashed in with 14.4. Sophomore Ken Hamen grabbed 191 rebounds, Bob Wilson was a close second with 183 and Ted Bowlus accounted for 153. Bowlus averaged 8.8 points a game as I-lamen connected for 7.3. Eastwood 's Rob Wilson and Perrysburg's Jack Simmons vie for the opening jump ball in the Perrysburg-Eastwood league game. ! . Y I Managers. FIRST ROW: Tim Myer, Jack Recker. SECOND ROW: Dave Huprich, Joe Motter, Dennis Brueggemeier, 'Ron Hamen. LEFT: ,Coach Bruning calls the team in for last minute instructions. Eosfwood School Is Gained By 1966-1967 Teom QQ, s IJ LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Gardner, Keith Avers, Robert Wilson, Ted Bowlus, Gary Dennis, Dennis Kenneth Michelsen, Mark Schulte, Kenneth Hamen, Henline, Mike Brinker, Roger Hansen, Jim Mandell Mr. Robert Geiger, Reserve Coach, Mr. Dale Brun- Coach. ing, Varsity Coach, Mr. Fred Koester, Freshman Senior Lefrermen Spork Undefeored Seoson E , N 'W , if Y S i ' 1 X U X X Co-Captain ROB WILSON Co-Captain JIM MANDELI. TED BOWLUS Second-Year Letterman Second-Year Letterman First-Year Letterman Center Guard F01'WHTd KENNETH MICHELSEN MARK SCHULTE DENNIS HENLINE First-Year Letterman ' First-Year Letterman First-Year Letterman CCDISI Forward Guard With 18-O Record VARSITY RECORD We 78 Genoa 69 Clay 88 Perrysburg 109 Springfield 71 Oak Harbor 88 Elmwood 73 Lakota 74 Perrysburg 70 Genoa 69 Clyde 84 Maumee 59 Lake 56 Rossford 96 Metamora 63 Anthony Wayne 89 Elmwood 83 Bowling Green 53 Lake They 54 41 48 64 61 37 40 52 56 50 52 34 34 46 54 43 67 45 1 Rob Wilson shows off his talents as he stuffs a basketball for a score. "I Mike Gardner lines up a lay-up shot for two points against Perrysburg. Jim Mandell passes the ball off to Mike Gardner as they advance the ball down the court. 67 Successful JV, Frosh Teams Lead To Good Varsity JUNIOR VARSITY They Genoa 32 Clay 49 Perrysburg 53 Springfield 38 Oak Harbor 33 Elmwood 34 Lakota 46 Perrysburg 69 Genoa 38 Clyde 22 Maumee 63 Lake 25 Rossford 53 Metamora 41 Anthony Wayne 43 Elmwood 32 Bowling Green 65 Lake 53 FRESHM EN Perrysburg Lakota Springfield Bowling Green Northwood Genoa Maumee Rossford Lakota Anthony Wayne Bowling Green Elmwood Lake Rossford They 44 33 32 32 30 60 30 48 39 21 35 38 25 49 There is a split second of suspense as the players watch the ascending ball. The scoreboard shows Eastwood in the lead as Jerry Bortel adds two points. JV, Frosh Add Fine Records To Thor Of Vorsiiy I ?A5yf fi K it T ,,,, , -4144, 3' x J Q' QHIYX my F' ft QQ, L X 'Inf' S an .W -mf WW LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Bortel, Tim Fogle, David Roger Sergent, Gregg Matthews, Terry Snyder, Michel, Steve Bolt, Dennis Wegman, Gary Fries, Lyle Schroeder, Calvin Whittaker, Dennis Snyder. Roger Bostdorff, Dennis Mock, Bruce I-Iannan, Q 4 FIRST ROW: John Kahlenberg, Raymond Beck, Dennis Cousino, SECOND ROW: David Vickers, David Martinez, Ricky Freeman, Scott Libbe, Daniel Martin, Larry Bockbrader, Bob Helm, Ken Daniel Huprich, Oscar Sanchez, Jesse Enriquez, Luidhardt, Steve Huss. The 1967 Basketball Homecoming Queen, Pat Brinker l P Jim Mandell proves why the Eagles are the best. Eagles Honor Queen Pat Brinker, a brown-eyed brunette, was crowned queen of the 1966-1967 basketball season during a dramatic ceremony which included the blaze of spotlights, the thunder of applause, the chill of suspense, and the romance of soft music. One girl from each class was chosen as an atten- dent and the seniors chose two girls leaving the selection of the queen to the basketball team. Finally, at the game that weekend, the 1966-1967 queen was crowned by Shirley Baumen the 1965- 1966 queen. The team honored their new queen with a rousing victory against Metamora High School with a score of 96-46. The festivities were then concluded with a dance held in the queen's honor. The 1966 Queen, Shirley Baumen crowns Pat the 1967 Homecoming Queen. Pot With A 96-46 Home Coming Victory Queen Pat is radiant as Captain Jim Mandell gives KSU HBIUSH gO6s up for two points her the traditional kiss. MASCOTSQ Linda Schultz, and Scott Holcomb. THE COURTg Denise Chamber- lain, Pat Layman, Pat Brinker, Elaine Alexander Sue Caughey. ESCORTSg Dan Vestal, Tom Don- aldson, Jim Brinker, Ed Coy, Ron Grolle. Q 1' -L-wi. X . .lx L,,v , . l 'n-sand" 5Z3w.rssws -1555 X A' ON THE MOVE IN ADMINISTRATICDN CLASSES Administrofion Runs School, Shopes Policies .17 -5. '. Pip I KKK! 3 -, 'Mx ' DALLAS GARDNER, Superintendent JOHN EAKEN, Guidance Counselor RICHARD LOWRIE, High School DAVID BORTEL, Junior High Principal Principal i 1-in Ill I N! "S 213 H 'hr fx LORNA HURLEY, Guidance Counselor DAVIDJACOBS, Elementary Principal FYI' IMIINIEWMM1 fJI,ll. film IH VUE! ,nhl Mr. Norman Hamen, Mr. George Brinker, Mr. Marion Hasel, Mr. Norman Swartz, Mr. C. W. Menter,' Mr. Harold Siek. Administration, nvfxs 6 ff' Teachers Guide Student Body MR. DALLAS GARDNER Superintendent MR. RICHARD LOWRIE High School Principal MR. DAVID BORTEL Junior High Principal MR. DAVID JACOBS Elementary Principal MR. JOHN EAKEN Guidance Counselor MISS LORNA HURLEY Guidance Counselor Ancient History MRS. DOROTHY AMOS English Advisorg FTA MRS . MARY ASMUS Spanish Outside Clossroom, Teachers Find Time To Advise Clubs MR. EDISON BARNEY Speech Advisory Forensics, Head Football Coach MR. GARY BIERLY English, General Business Advisor, Baseball MRS. JANET BELL English, French Advisory Student Council MR. DALE BRUNING American History, Sociology Advisory Political Science Head Basketball Coach MRS. SUE CLAUSEN English Advisor, Newspaper staff MRS. HELEN COE Home Economics, Family Living Advisory FHA MRS. JEANETTE CORNELL French, Library MRS. JUNE DAVIS Bookkeeping, Notehand, Business Law Advisor: Annual Staff '09 6- Teachers Have Own Organizations, Clubs Such gi: ik bf wlr"""' Nur 9"'7lv .aa-...Q-""' t-ay wud" MR. MARK DEERWESTER Vocal Music MR. DOYCE FILIERE Biology MRS. MARGARET FILIERE Typing, Shorthand MR. GENE FRENCH Physical Education, Health Advisor: Wrestling Coach MR. CALVIN FREUND Government, American History Advisorg Political Science MR. ELWOOD GEBHARDT Mathematics Advisory FTA MRS . CAROL HALLEY Art Advisor, Art Club MR. JAMES HASKINS Vocational Agriculture Advisorg FFA As Eastwood ond Ohio Education Associations MR. CLARENCE I-IECKMAN Chemistry, General Science Advisory Projectionists MRS. SYLVIA KATON Physical Education, Health Advisorg GAA, Pep Club MRS. MARY KUHLMAN English Advisory Senior Literary Society MR. ADOLPH MADARAS Industrial Arts MR. LAWRENCE MCCORMIC Instrumental Music MRS . ADELINE RIDENOUR Latin, English Advisorg Latin Club Q- MISS HELEN ROLFES Mathematics Q1 MRS. CLETUS SHEFFLER ' English, Latin N Advisorg Latin Club, Humanities I, Outside Clciss, Teachers Aid Pupils With Other Problems 4 a . X ll Q"1"'PP Mrs. Filiere times the shorthand pupiIs to check their speed. MR. THOMAS STEARN Mathematics Advisorg Student Council MR. JOSEPH STEARNS German, Physics, Advanced Chemistry Advisorg Camera Club Mrs. Ridenour explains Caesar in Latin II Sfclff Works Behind Scenes To School In Shope Q FIRST ROW: Andrew Brueggemeier, Modesta Brueggemeier, Troy Rodenberger, Walter Franz, Norman Fredrich, Wayne Schutt. SECOND ROW: Warren Krukemeyer, Joseph Burkholder, Charles Burkholder, Kenneth Bockbrader, Darley Morlock, Glen Welling, Donald Johnson. ABSENTg Elwood Restemeyer. FRANK BROWN High School Janitor ROBERT BEEKER High School Janitor Hord-Working Secretoriol Sfoff Keeps School Running Smoofhly MRS. ALICE LAHMAN 7 MRS. JACQUELINE SHAFFER Executive Secretary Lemoyne Secretary MRS. MILDA SANDERS MRS. MARTORIE DONALDSON High School Secretary Luckey Secretary -K... N Staff Works After Hours To Aid Teachers ,.f-1-'A Mrs. Mable Sander, Mrs. Ruth Welling, Mrs, Wilhelmine Westerhaus. COOKS PEMBERVILLE MRS. BETTY LONG Pemberville Secretary "'-in, """w-Q.. 'fN"w-spy,- V Q' . ' A f' ' . ,s,.s ss Y X MRS. RUTH BROWN Mr. Jurdin Smith, Mr. Harry Sander. Secretary Webster Janitors Pemberville 83 Cooks Work To Prepare Hoi Meols For Pupils A-5 f if Marjorie Caris, Wilma Rife, Mary Ruswinkle HIGH SCHOOL COOKS S . . .-.,.ww..a- Q ,.tw.M,.., I . in-as Margaret Krukemeyer, Ramona Martinez, Mary Nelson WEBSTER COOKS ' 5 Esther Sandwisch, Helen Hagg LeMOYNE COOKS ,,.............w....... . , Garnet Ruswinkle, Alice Mock LUCKEY COOKS Personnel Perform Mony Unrequired Jobs 'rr 'I 2 ' , 3 r 9 T Howard Schroeder, janitorg Helen Welling, sec- EUGENE HAAS, Lemoyne Janitor retaryg Violet Roller, cook, UNION. f E 1 - Q . yn 1 1 J L 1 , 4 ELMER LONG, Websterjanitor PAUL LESLIE. Luckeylaniwf Closs Cf 1967 Looks Bock On Four Yeors PRESIDENT EDWIN COY: Basketball 1,2, Football 1, 2, 3,4, Track 1, 2, 3 4, Wrestling 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Senior Literary Society 4, Student Council 3, Projectionists 1, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 1, 2, 3, 4, District Scholarship Team 2,3, Bo 's State Dele ate 3, Honor fav' Y g swf' Society 2, 3,4, Political Science 4, Class Officer 4, Human- ities 3. VICE PRESIDENT ALICE KAHLENBERG: Senior Literary Society 4, Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3, WCASC Queen 4, FFA Sweetheart Queen 3, Foren- sics 4, District Scholarship Team 1, 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Ensemble 1,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, GAA 1, S115 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Queen- Attendant 1, Class Officer 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, Pep Club 1, 4. SECRETARY MIRIAM FROBOSE: Student Council 1, Forensics 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Sic Sic Sez 4, Girls' Chorus 3,4, Mixed Chorus 3,4, 4' Band 1, 2,3,4, Office worker 3, Class Officer 4, c-ms' state Yr--9 Alternate 3. TREASURER NANC Team 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus 2,3, GAA 1, 2, 3' "V Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 4- Class Officer 4 Pe , : P -"""' Club l, 4. Y VAVRIK, Forensics 4, Musical 4, District Scholarship Of Friendship, Leorning, Social Life RANDOLPH ABKE: FFA 1, 2,3,4, Foren- sics lg Musical 1, 2, 39 Play 33 Arion Club 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Ensemble 1,2, 3, 4: Swingin' E's 2, 3, 4. ELAINE ALEXANDER: Senior Literary Soi ciety 4g District Scholarship Team 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' State Alternate 35 Art Club 4g Humanities 4. LINDA AUFDENCAMP: Newspaper Staff 45 Latin Club 2,3g Political Science 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE BABCOCK: Basketball Manager 3g Athletic Assistant 1, 2,3,4g Latin Club 2, 3, 4g District Scholarship Team 1, 3. DAVID BAILEY: Basketball 3g FFA l, 2, 3, 4. SUSAN BAKER: FHA 43 Art Club 4. RALPH BECKMAN: Football 23 Track 4, Wrestling 4g Varsity Club 2, 3. MICHAEL BIHN: Football 1. if-5 5 'L-D-nl A , ff 111757 Quang '+V 'fE?'f 64.1 In Freshman Yeor, Adjustments To High Tv?-v 'THQ' gui,-r :O-v...,: Nt, fu if... IG! lv' LESLIE BOCKBRADER RODNEY BOCKBRADER: Basketball lg Football 1, 2, 8, 45 Track 3,45 Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3. JACK BORTEL: Football 2,4g Wrestling 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,49 Musical 3, Ensem- ble 2, 3, 4. REBECCA BOURDEON: FHA 1, 2, 3. THEODORE BOWLUS: Basketball 1, 2,3,4g Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 3. n PAUL BRAUCKSIECK: FFA 1, 2, 3,45 Dis- trict Scholarship Team 2. SUSAN BRIGGS: Annual staff 4, GAA 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Librarian 25 Musical 3. JAMES BMNKER: Football 1, 2,3,4g var- sity Club 3g Band 1, 2. School Life Were First Steps Toword Groduohon PATRICIA BRINKER: Student Council 45 Arion Club 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Band 1, 25 Office Worker 45 Class Officer 1, 2. PEGGY BROUGH: Senior Literary Society 45 Student Council 45 Musical 3, 45 Libra- rian 45 District Scholarship Team 1, 2, 35 Arion Club 3,45 Girls' Chorus 3,45 Mixed Chorus 35 Ensemble 3,45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 2,45 Girls' State Alternate 35 Humanities 3. BARBARA BROWN: Forensics 45 GAA 1,2, 35 Musical 2, 3,45 Arion Club 45 Girls' Chorus 1,2,45 Mixed Chorus 25 Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Swingin' E's 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3,4. BRENDA BROWN: Student Council 3,45 Latin Club 2, 35 District Scholarship Team 1, 25 Arion Club 3,45 GAA 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Class Officer 1, 25 Ensemble 1, 2, 3,45 Band 1, 25 Pep Band 1, 25 Queen Attendant 3,45 Office Worker 4. RICHARD BRUNS: Latin ciub 2,35 sic src sez 45 cudk Clique Club 1,2,3, 45 Art Club 4. ROBERT BUCHMAN5 Football 1,2,35 Base- ball 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 35 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 4. WILLIAM BUCHMAN: Football 15 FFA 1, 25 Musical 15 Mixed Chorus 1.2. LOIS BURKHOLDER: Annual Staff 3,45 FHA l,2,45 Latin Club 2,3,45 GAA 1, 2,3, 4. As Sophomores, Closs Projects Used To RICHARD BURKHOLDER: FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Click Clique Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2,3,45 Dance Band 1, 25 Pep Band 1, 2. JANE BUSDEKER: Annual staff 3,45 News- paper staff 45 Senior Literary Society 45 Latin Club 2, 35 District Scholarship Team 1, 2, 35 Honor Society 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 IQ Team 1, 25 Girls' State Alternate 35 Pep Club 15 Humanities 4. ROGER CARPENTER: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID CARR KAT HY CARR CONNIE CAUDILL5 Annual Staff 3,45 Newspaper Staff 45 Librarian 25 Office Worker 4. PATRICIA CHAMBERLAIN: FHA 1, 2. SHERYL CHAMBERLAIN: Latin Club 2, 35 Girls' Chorus lg Ensemble 3,45 Band 1, 2, 3,49 GAA 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1. Rouse Money For Prom Absorbed Their Time. SUSAN C HAMBERLAIN JUDY CHRISTIANSEN: FHA 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 45 Pep Club 1. EARL CLARK JAMES CLINE: Football lg Wrestling 1,35 Play 25 District Scholarship Team 15 Click Clique Club 2, 3. JULIA CONANT: Girls' Track 25 FTA 25 Forensics 45 Latin Club 25 GAA 2,3. DALLAS COPPLER: Athletic Assistant 3, 45 FFA l,2, 3,4. PATRICIA CROWLEY DANA DAUER: Basketball 15 Football 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Wrestling 45 Varsity Club 2, 3. 'g ' Q- lx '-A-4 """""i ,lin-uni 479' 4, M. Efforts Of Freshman, Sophomore, Junior 'Cla-, flu. if if KENNETH DAVIS: F0Otball 2,45 Wrestling 3, 4. NANCY DEAN: Senior Literary Society 45 Forensics 45 Latin Club 35 Musical 3, 45 Play 25 Pom Pom Girl 25 Arion Club 3,45 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Ensemble 3,45 Swingin' E's 3,45 GAA 1, 2, 35 Office Worker 4. MICHAEL DIEBERT: Football 1, 2, 3,45 Wrestling 35 Varsity Club 3. DANIEL DIERKSHEIDE: FTA 45 Forensics 35 Latin Club 2,3,45 Play 25 Musical 2, 3, 45 Political Science 45 Click Clique Club 2, 3, 45 Arion Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,45 Swingin' E's 3,45 Band 3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Boys' Chorus. GLEN DIERKSHEIDE: Basketball 25 FFA l, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD DOBSON: Click Clique Club 2, 3, 4. SHARON DUQUETTE: Newspaper Staff 45 Drill Corp 3, 4. MICHAEL EHMKE: Football 15 Baseball 1, 25 FFA 1,25 Band l, 25 Pep Band l,2. l Yeors Are Reolized In "Moonlight Over The Alps ESTER ENRIQUEZ WAYNE FAUSEY: FFA 1,2,3,45 District Scholarship Team 1, 2. DAVID FEASEL BONNIE FERREE: Musical 3,45 GAA 1, 2,3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 35 Drill Corp 45 Pep Club l. STEVEN FIRSDON: Track l,2,3,45 Senior Literary Society 45 Click Clique Club 2. DORENE FREDRICH: Annual Staff 45 Senior Literary Society 45 FTA 2, 3,45 Fl-lA 15 Forensics 3,45 Latin Club 2, 35 Librarian 45 District Scholarship Team 35 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Drill Corp 45 GAA 3,45 Art Club 4. BARBARA FIRES: Senior Literary Society 45 FTA 1,2,3,45 Forensics 3, 45 Latin Club 2,35 Girls' Chorus 15 Band 1,2,3,45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Queen Attendant 25 Office Worker 45 Humanities 45 Annual Staff 45 SANDRA FROBOSE: Senior Literary Society 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Mixed Chorus 45 GAA 1, 2, 3. t 9 Closs Of 1967 Assumes The Responsibilities X' 4.1 '73 W? "-4-.M -A Ez? A ., 1 ' 41144 4' DOUGLAS GALLIER: Wrestling 1, 25 Musi- cal 15 Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1. THOMAS GEISBUHLER: Baseball 1, 2g Musical 2, 3,4g Click Clique Club 3g Band 1, 2, 3,43 Dance Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1, 2. THOMAS GERKE: Senior Literary Society 43 Forensics 49 Latin Club 29 Musical 1, 2, 3, 47 District Scholarship Team 3g Arion Club 3,49 Boys' State Delegate 3, Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g swmg1n"E's 2,3,4. D UA NE GOLDEN JAMES GOODMAN SANDRA GOODMAN KAY GRAFF: FTA 13 Latin Club 19 Musi- cal 4g Girls' Chorus 33 Mixed Chorus 4g Band 1,2g GAA 1. JAMES GRINER: Wrestling 3g Student Coun- cil 3,4g Musical 3g Band 1, 2, 3,4. Of School Leadership As Club And Class Officers MICHAEL GULLUFSEN: Latin Club 2. MARK HAAR: Senior Literary Society 45 Forensics 45 Latin Club 25 Play 15 Arion C1ub5 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Swingin' E's 4. DANIEL HARMONg Track 1,2,3,45 Var- sity Club 3. MARVIN HARTMAN KAREN HASEL: Senior Literary Society 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3,45 Forensics 45 Latin Club 25 Musical 1, 2,3,45 Arion Club 45 Girls' Chorus 1,35 Mixed Chorus 15 Dance Band 1, 25 Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 15 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 GAA 15 Office Worker 45 Girls' State Dele- gate 35 Pep Club 4. CHERYL HATAS5 Girls' Track 25'NewS- paper Staff 45 FHA 1,25 GAA l,2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,45 Art Club 4. DENNIS HENLINE: Basketball 3,45 Foot- ball 354. TYE HENSCHEN5 Student Council 45 Pro- jectionist 1,2, 3,45 FFA 15 Forensics 1, 2, 3,45 District Scholarship Team 2,35 Boys' State Alternate 35 Honor Society 2, 3,45 Political Science 45 Class Officer 2. Selechon Of Closs Motto, Color And Flower JAMES HILL: Latin Club 15 Click Clique Club 3,45 Bowling Team 1. JOLENE HIMBURG: Newspaper Staff 45 Pep Club 4. STEPHEN HOUGHTON CANDACE HUDSON: Latin Club 25 Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 35 Office Worker 45 Pep Club 1. SHARON HUMMEL5 Senior Literary Society 45 Forensics 3,45 Musical 25 Librarian 45 District Scholarship Team 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Ensemble 1,25 Pep Band 25 Band 1, 2,35 Class Officer 35 IQ Team 15 Girls' State Delegate 3. ALLAN JACOBS SANDRA KNAUSS LINDA KOHRING: Girls' Track 25 FHA 15 Latin ciub 2,3,45 GAA l,2,3,4. Are On Agenda Of Senio KENNETH KRUKEMEYER: Basketball 2. CHARLES LADD: Athletic Assistant 3, 4 Sic Sic Sez 2g Art Club 3. LOIS LINKE: Girls' Chorus 1,23 FHA 1,2 3,49 Art Club 1,25 GAA 1, 2g Dramatic Club 1. TERRY LONG: Musical 35 Click Clique Club 2, 35 Band l,2, 3,4g Dance Band 2, 3 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Drum Major 4. JAMES MANDELL: Basketball 1, 2,3,4g Baseball 1, 2,3,4g Golf 45 Varsity Club 2, 3g Boys' State Alternate 3, Political Sci- ence 4, Mixed Chorus 15 Class Officer 3.2 WILLIAM MAPES: Varsity Club 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH MARTEN: Baseball l, 2, 3,45 Forensics 4. MARY MARTlNEZg FHA 1,2: Play lj Librarian l,2,3g Girls' Chorus 1,35 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Majorctte 2,3,4g GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1. r Class Meehngs will "f rl' 'Q Their Trodifionol Decision Of A Gift To The SHERR1 MATHENY: Annual Staff 3, 4g Senior Literary Society 43 FTA 1, 2, 3, Forensics 45 Latin Club 2, 3,45 District Scholarship Team 1, 25 Political Science 4: Girls' State Delegate 3, Pep Club ls Girls' Chorus lg Humanities 4. Kwys mpeg' SALLY MCCLURE: FHA 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. STUART MCLEAN: Football 15 District Scholarship Team 1, Click Clique Club 3. KENNETH MICHELSEN: Basketball 1, 2,3, 4, Football 4g Track 1, 2,3,4g Varsity Club 2, 35 Boys' State Alternate 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1. MARLENE MILLER: Latin Club 2, 35 Band 1, 2,35 Majorette 3,4g Pep Band 1,33 GAA 1. NORA MOORE: Librarian 1,2,3,4g GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. -'EV PAMELA MOORE: Band 1, 2,35 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4. f 4' MARY MUSSON: Newspaper Staff 45 QR Musical 3, Band 1,2,3,4g GAA 1,2,3,4. N...-V School Is Of Moior Importance To The Seniors SUSAN MYERS: Senior Literary Society 45 Forensics 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Click Clique Club 3, 45 Arion Club 3,45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Musical 45 Play 25 Play 25 Drama Club 35 Ensemble 1, 2, 3,45 Swingin' E's 3,45 GAA 1, 25 Pep Club 1. GARY NEAL: Baseball 1, 25 Wrestling 15 Musical 15 Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. MICHAEL PARRISH5 Basketball 1, 25 Foot- ball 1, 2,3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Track 45 Wrestling 45 Varsity Club 35 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Musical 1, 3,45 Arion Club 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Swingin' E's 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL PHILLIPS: Annual Staff 2,3, 45 Senior Literary Society 45 Projectionists 1, 2, 3, 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Musical 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTY PRINGLE5 Pom Pom Girl 1, 25 Cheerleader 15 Girls' Chorus 1,25 35 GAA 15 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Ensemble 2,3,45 Arion Club 35 Student Council 2. FRANK REARDON: Football lg Baseball 4. EDMUND RECKER5 Football 15 Baseball 25 Athletic Assistant 35 Varsity Club 2, 35 FFA 1,2, 35 Forensics 3,45 Musical 1,2,35 Play 25 Political Science 45 Click Clique Club 2,35 Band 1,2,35 Dance Band 2,35 Pep Band 1,2,35 Drum Major 2,35 Football Mas- cot 4. JAMES REITZEL5 Basketball 15 Football l, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 3, 4. ll Q I -A "FTP 75333- xx Inf" "- fbi 'lf ,f Mui 1'- fy cst,,..' 5 is 'ci With The End Of First Semester, Seniors Look PAMELA REITZEL: Band l,2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3,45 Office Worker 3,45 Pep Club 1. MARLENE RESTEMEYER: FHA 1, 25 Annual Staff 45 Musical 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Drill Corp 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Queen Attendant 3. THOMAS RIDENOUR: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN RIFE: Musical 45 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Majorette 2,3,45 Art Club 2, 4. JAMES ROBINSON: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Assistant 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3. WILFRED ROBINSON SANDRA ROLF: Ensemble l,2,3,45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Majorette 2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Pep Club 1. RONALD RUCH: Football 1. Forward To An Enchanting Prom And Rewarding Graduation SUSAN RUMERg Office Worker. SUSAN SCHELLHASE: Senior Literary So- ciety 45 Student Council 2, 3,45 Forensics 3,45 Latin Club 2, 35 Musical 2,3,45 Play 15 Arion Club 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Art Club 45 Ensemble l,2,3,45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Cheerleader 15 Homecom- ing Queen 4. DIANNE SCHRAMM: Track 25 FTA l, 2, 3 Forensics 35 Latin Club 2,35 GAA 2, 3,45 Office Worker 3,4. MICHAEL SCHULTE: Football 15 FFA 2.3, 4. MARK SCHULTE5 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 35 Projectionists 1,2, 3,45 Latin Club 25 District Scholarship Team 2 35 Boys' State Delegate 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Political Science 45 Click Clique Club 4. KATHY SCHUMACHER: FHA 1,2,3,4. JAMES SERGENT: Athletic Assistant 1, 25 Varsity Club 3. RONALD SMITH: Football 1,25 FFA 2. V? if gn.-us vi '1:::":' I?" 4.4.3 ' , "Sify As Four Yeors Drow To A Close, Seniors Face Akon' A-.fr 36.4 QA MN 45...-P 7 i"'..1P' ,vm-.Q if -nf,-5 SHIRLEY SMITH: FHA 13 Pom Pom Girl 2, 4g Girls' Chorus lg GAA 1, 2g Pep Club 1. DAVID SNYDER: Musical 4. JOYCE SNYDER: Girls' Track 2, FTA i,2, 3g Latin Club 2,:3g Girls' Chorus 1, GAA 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1. SANDRA SPRINKLE HAL SULLIVAN: Boys' State Delegate 3. DAVID SWARTZ: Latin Club 2, 3,45 Play lg Musical 15 Click Clique Club 25 Mixed Chorus 1, Boys' Chorus 1. MARILYN TEACHOUT: FHA 1,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus l,2g Band 1, Pep Band 1, Drill Corp 4, GAA 1,25 Pep Club 1. WILLIAM THOMPSON: Track 2, Annual Staff 2, 3, FFA 13 Musical 2, 3, Click Clique Club 1, 2,35 Band 1, 2,3g Dance Band l,2, 35 Pep Band 1, 2, 3. Challenges And Expectations Of New Horizons. SHERYL VETTER: GAA 25 Band l,2,3: Ensemble 3g Swinging E's 3g Girls' Chorus 3 MICHAEL WESTERHAUS: Annual Staff 3g Senior Literary Society 45 Projectionists 1, 2, 3, 45 Forensics 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2g Musical 2, 3g District Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3: Boys' State Alternate 3g Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Political Science 3,4g Click Clique Club 45 Band 1,2,3,4g IQ Team 1,2g Hu- manities 3. ROBERT WILSON: Basketball 2, 3,4g Foot- ball 1,2,3,4g Track 1, 2,3,4g Varsity Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Boys' State Delegate 3: Honor Society 3, 45 Political Science 4. ARLYN WITKER: FFA 1,2,-3,45 Band l,2, 3,45 Dance Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1,2, 34. To the seniors of EHS, this year marks more than an end to another school year's activity. For them 1967 is a year marking a sad ending to one part of their lives and an exciting begin- ning to another. Looking back on their four years of high school, many things come to mind. They can remem- ber the strangeness and slightly bewildered feel- ing of freshman. Then they were seasoned sophomores, and they too could laugh at the green freshmen and help dream up new stunts to vex them at club initiations. As juniors, the prom was their responsibility. Their efforts were united and the prom which resulted was "Moonlight Over The Alps." Then they were seniors and they found them- selves in positions of responsibility as club offi- cers, staff editor, and team captains. Life was becoming more complicated as the seniors were forced to think about what would come after 'B e1T"'3' high school, and if they had prepared them- selves for it. The class motto which states that "The greatest thing in the world is not so much where we are, but in what direction we are moving. " Along with choosing the motto, the class chose the colors emerald green and gold as its colors, and a white carnation edged in green as its flower. As the year drew to a close, all too quickly the seniors realized that the years at Eastwood had meant more than an education. Perhaps the words of the alma mater express the true feel- ing best when it says "A loyalty foreverg a friendship long and true. These thoughts will be our memories as we the years review. This pledge we make together though be fleeting by. May we inspire lasting faith in all that is East- wood High." A 4 A.. In President A X ,. CL J x 'Wit .. "5 H 3 f '-v , . x' 'Q rLQ,,y..f Vice Secretary Treasurer President Robert Brueggemeier Keith Avers Janice Bushman Teresa Wegman Juniors Begin Yeor With Prom As Gool .1 , Q?" " 5 'W 1 N fl. , 5 ,U fy Y 'TTZ9 if I 31 X '77 Lynette Abke Calvin Adams James Alexander Alice Alvarez Arcadio Alvarez Nancy Amos Leslie Atkins Lois Aufdencamp Karen Avers Sandra Barr Darlene Bickford Deborah Beeker William Biers Larry Blausey Sondra Blevins Gary Bockbrader Elaine Borcherding Larry Bowers Garry Briggs Linda Briggs Michael Brinker Gerald Brown Kenneth Brueggemerer Diane Buchan Linda Burkholder Barbara Coppler Carol Campbell Steven Canode Larry Caudill Cathy Chamberlain Edwin Cobb Stephen Cole Iames Colwell Craig Conaway Debbie Cook Sandra Coy Belinda Dalgleish Mary Davis Philip Davis Gary Dennis David Deer Linda Dierksheide Thomas Donaldson Linda Duncan Gary Emch The junior girl's ensemble gives one of its many performances. Here they sing at the football banquet. Bake Soles, Dances Are Money Roisers 3,95 ff? 171 i Z 'iw Q., , is 7 Qi i Q ,,,xJ mf X... 3 2 E? A ' . Lai. Juniors Sponsor Successful Valentine Dance J , '.'I"., l H ,A,4 so P R, an y ,V 'W ' , fzj - KA ' 1-if JJ, Ki Lf. A L L .s as gg 1. its F ii E, ,a i .Q ' 1, G-my if A js W N , XX ya- Y 1 Q xx Q' I ,jr ,, 'Yin-nf' ..- Fred Enriquez David Evans Lois Evans David Feasel Michael Fields Rosanne Fox Margaret Franz William Franz Ronald Gable Michael Gardner Gretchen Gottschalk Sylvia Graham Richard Greulich Ronald Grolle Craig Grover Roger Grover Richard Gullufsen Judy l-lagemeyer Ronald Harnen Valerie Hankinson Michael Hannan Kathy Hansen Roger Hansen Robert Henline Claude Hillard Janet Himburg Twila Huff David Huprich Lee Hutchinson Debra Jacobs Diane Jacobs Michael Jacobs Bertha Jewell Carol Jones Donna Judy Juniors Study To Attom Proflclency In Coursework Kathy Chamber- lain concentrates on her short- hand to build up her speed. Mary Kaczor Harold Kasch Anne Kirkbride Norman Knitz Dennis Konzen Kathleen Lafferty Patricia Lahman Vicki Long Wesley Long Carol Lucas Charles Marshall Aaron Marten Michael Martinez Chris Matheny Gregory Matthews Cynthia McGill Georgia McGee Mary Mendez Constance Mengering Dietra Metcalf Sports, Extracurricular Activities Are Many 12'-7 .xy wr 'Xi me 4a 1""'-1 4-'T X, mg X nf Q rg 'C -Q- wr A IFN' 'if 1 10 -aff Y - ' f I i sc -od? at ft in ,gf 'EF' an 1 i -cr Q, I I . fa. A4 f 'ar 'tg-f IA .L ..,,-1 Junior, Larry Caudill, wrestles with his opponent at the Genoa meet. Ray Metcalf Barbara Metzger James Meyer Linda Michel Glen Miller Karen Miller Nancy Miller Richard Miller Jon Moenter Jo Ann Morris Robert Newton June Niggemyer Brenda Nollenberger Steven Oberhouse Michael Opelt Michael Philo Debra Peters Douglas Prince Carol Reddin Richard Rohloff Year Ends Roberta Rollo Richard Sattler David Schatz Richard Schmeltz Terry Schmeltz David Schroeder Lyle Schroeder Brenda Schutt James Seifert Richard Singeldecker Melany Spahn Susan Spanton Carolyn Stein Janet Sundermeier Mark Swartz Larry Titkemeier Daniel Vestal Colleen Wagner Bonnie Watkins David Weber Janice Welling John Widmer Dennis Wiegman James Witker Larry Woodward Donald Young Michael Young Kathleen Zellin ABSENT: Lupe Garcia Charollote Kruse Howard Kruse Ninagail Wilcox David Wohltman Dennis Eisenhour Janelle Schneider Sophomores Start Year Wlfh Studies In Mmd Arthur Alexander Scott Alexander Mary Alverez 'Karla Aring Kathy Aufdencamp Janice Bauman Charles Blausey Karen Bockbrader Keith Bockbrader Thomas Bockbrader Steve Bolt Jerome Bortel Roger Bostdorff Joseph Bowen Diane Brinker Marilyn Brinker Thomas Brockschmidt Jerry Bruns Marie Buchan Thomas Buchman Debbie Busdeker Scott Carpenter Roxanne Carr David Caudill Susan Caughey In Their Second Yeor In Hugh School, They Hove Adlusred Janelle Schneider and Linda Coy drill on French lessons. Barbara Clark Billie Caark Shirley Cobb Laura Cochran Sandra Cole Rodney Collier Linda Coy Barbara Drews Gorden Dunipace Carolyn Duquette Fred Edens Donald Ernsthausen Laurel Evens Linda Firsdon Tim Fogle Carol Fredrich Gary Fries Carolyn Glanzrnan Roberta Grabenstetter Donald Greulick The Prom Lles Ahead As Goal Of Thelr Efforts Debra Griner Randall Gross Sandra l-laar Richard Hagg Kenneth Hamen John Hanley Bruce Hannon Charles Heermeier Denis Helm Karen Henline Robert Henline Teresa Kirian Douglas Knitz Charles Knott Mary Ann Kuhlman Dennis Lahey Sahron Lamb Michel Leslie L David Michel solves geometry problem at the board . Carl Lohrbach Douglas Losey Sophomores Become Involved In Social Life Mary Lou Lowry Mary Lucas Linda Marshall Mark Marten Irene Martinez Susan Matthews Bruce McLean Arthur McGill Sally Meder Elaine Melcher Timothy Meyer David Michel Terry Michel John Migliori Rick Miller Dennis Mock Mer1in,Moenter Larry Morlock Fred Morlock Vicki Morlock Darcy Mottmiller Sharon Neal John Nelson Jane Obrock Kathy Oehmke Kaye Oelschalger Janet Pringle Roberta Prose David Reardon Craig Reed Darla Reed Edward Rife Constance Robinson Deborah Robinson Mariann Romaker . W F . ' ' 1 r' r 1 9 41:5 L 'QQ ' za sr' 11 if ' R ,""x' , 'Q' . c as Q ah gd Qt v . Q, 4 s wi " I Lash AIN A -da J' ff' ' Fefe' K if it A A i',..4-6' Clubs, Sports, Music Toke Up Extro Time, Energy gv .Av nv QR X ik 1 . if L scam S ,.fq ' i f -1 za' vi' eff" 'vii S-I .L . QQ fvx I , W' if ,fi ,ww in... Nuff 1 tru? if 1 A. s. ...IL Ai W 'A .1 iv- fpdb A I I Ron Grolle escorts Susie Coughey, sophomore basketball attendant. Steven Rothenbuhler Ronald Rowland Steven Ruch Zedda Rush Michael Sattler Ann Schramm Peggy Schumaker Karen Seifert Roger Sergent Arnold Smith Jacquelyn Smith Raleigh Smith Dennis Snyder Russell Snyder Sandra Snyder Terry Snyder Robert Spencer Elaine Stewart Kevin Sullivan Larry Swartz Sophomores Look Forword To Junior Yeor And Prom Diana Taulker James Teachout Mary Thatcher Alan Titkemeier Roger Weber Dennis Wegman Calvin Whitaker IH' X 1' X 41 iii M ABSENT: Jane Grover, Tom Henline, John Huff, Shirly Knitz, Carolyn Marshall, Glen Miller, Janelle Schneider, Patricia Vestal, Lawrence Woodward. x., w Kathy Oehmke performs in KING AND I. i w Dennis Mock puts in two points for the Eagle Jv's. C ft Q iv i"':.':' ' W' President Vice President Secretary Dana Long Sharon Myers Connie Bockbrader S 'gfwiwsi John Kahlenberg wa f Treasurer -Freshmen Begin First Step In Their Education . Q' H 1, a s , En K r , , If we f T, A Charlene Barr Raymond Beck ' ' - L Lrnda Beeker T Rrcky Beeker T . 4 raw, , 'K Rrcke Bloomfreld Ml 'mf ' y y in Marrlyn Abke Brenda Adams Tom Appelhans Carol Babcock Klplyn Barley Larry Bockbrader Janet Bocherdmg Charles Brrggs Nrna Broka Mlchael Brown Dennrs Carol Burkholder Theresa Busler Sandra Carr Grlda Castrllon Lonme Caudrll Denlse Chamberlaln ...J Terry Coger Dennls Couslno Dlana Dauer Learning Hugh School Rouhne Is Exciting To Freshmen Joanne Dean Lana Dennis Daniel Derr Philip Donaldson Eric Donnell Connie Drewes Kathy Deuble Mary Ellen Ehmke Jesse Enriquez Lorraine Feasel Patricia Finn Daniel Forbess Rick Freeman Martha Frobose Sandra Gable Lonnie Gambill Roberta Gangwer Paul Garcia Patricia Gardner Ruth Gerke Mr. Stearn explains a problem to his freshman algebra class. Freshmen First Become Familiar With Classroom inn f MQ iv" Q S5 I ' r-Ir, + t.::" QW-vi rs - f r. ,,. - J 'sf-,gg-F' se- -: l r ai , f S -Q., Location Louis Glanzman Ida Glenn Nicky Gossett Cynthia Gottschalk Duane Gottschalk Otto Griefelt Deborah Grolle Cheryl Grover John Gurtzweiler Keith Hamen Laura Hansen Mary Ann Harmeyer Barbara Hasel David Hatas Robert Helm Timothy Henline Denis Hiser Daniel Huprich Stephen I-luss Rebecca Hyatt Freshman concentrate on the basics of English. Joining Clubs Consumes Time Of Freshmen Debra Jacobs Michael Jacobs Susan Jacobs Paul Jaso Deborah Jewell William Johnson Constance Jones Patricia Karns Rebecca Kirian Roseann Konesky Mark Krift Carole Kriston Kenneth Kruse Scott Libbe John Lowry David Lowry Kenneth Luidhardt Carol Mandell Christie Marsh Daniel Marten Lyle Marten David Martinez Bobbie Meritt Arle Metcalf Kevin Michelsen Lucianne Miller Cathy Moore Judy Moore Elrin Moritz Sharon Moritz Joseph Motter Gary Muchler Dallas Obetdick Gayle Otte James Otte M ' W i U ""' sw: Xi, is ii! L W' 5 19' Y A, "'b'4,f sw , .. z 5 an-Q - a 2' x af R 'IN M i J' f L L . X 1 L gs xb - s 15" v As Yeor Progresses, Freshmen Swing Into School Life sxrsns Y nesns-a x esrumo Y meomclon PROFUNDA-il' N0 ES vemgmnr Susie Sanchez poses in a traditional Spanish mantilla and fan. E3 S me . f kJs,,5-'X 1. TBP' Dawn Parrish Joseph Patterson Nancy Price Jane Puse J ack Recker Gale Rife Edward Rogers Linda Rolf Norman Romaker Mark Rowland Julia Rumer Charles Rupp Oscar Sanchez Susie Sanchez Beth Shcramm Pamela Schroeder Debra Shaffer Jeanette Shaffer Walter Shiffert Penny Singleton End Of First High School Yeor Brings Thoughts Of Next Vicki Singleton Alan Smith Ann Snyder Cherll Snyder Randy Storms Terry Thompson Dora Tucker Betty Vestal David Vickers Marilyn Wachter Vicki Wagner Magdalene Webb Mark Westerhaus Linda Wheeler Patricia Webb Carol Willard Susan Wilson Michael Young xii I ' Y f , gs, V ' V " I H' X H S-.fm , ,, A - gf-iirgg-.-Q, fLL'GI'P Z5 Q 13353 vita fig 1:1 1533 . 5-Hr 9' .-.5 Q afar if 1!"'5 1... ,x l Sw 'il . 'X-.Q N 3 o-. XX 4. aa K A .Q ABSENT: Theresa Alver- ez, Connie Brolhose, Becky Lenke, Thomas Wohltman. Marilyn Abke waits for last minute adjustments to be made on her costume for The King and I. vt . . A lt 'lik r rr i f A n T , -,,1. 5. G 1 ' - ff' ' 'F' .V -1- Dan Vestal escorts freshman basketball attendant Denise Chamberlain. We if fn ITM My -wg. H gy-. . s .' 0 . 1 'L Q' 5 - X 1 5 x 4 Q I Q .4 ', xq-175' I . l.4k50x I M1 qv K .IN bm 1 X AQ f 1 k2:ff1',.4 X .ffklil J: f. :si Q ' .lb vfiyxf ,fn x if ., ISM" 'Q i n - Qqia 1 g i . - 11' f ., Tv- :1 14zf'zifg+' 4 CDN THE MOVE IN JUNICDR HIGH FIRST ROW: Gloria Enriquez, Christy Schulte, tal, Patti Ehmke, Janis Hagemeyer. Marilyn John- Susan Woodruff, Jeff Smith, Jeanne Abke, Mr. son, Cynthia Muir, Betty Lowrie. THIRD ROW: Warren Phillips, Advisor, Janie Sanchez. SECOND Susan K3-FHS, Greg Smith, R0biH Evans. Chuck RQW: Terry Griffisy janeue Brinker, Cheryl Long, Ron McCormick, Kenneth Bostdorff, Bill Davidson, Jane Swartz, Debbie Lenke, Cindy Ves- Hfielfef, TOTU Fflfd. ROD R01f. Mary LOU AUGU- Siudeni Council Conducts Business Of Jr. High em' Y' 'X fwff' Gfvm YW ' BETTY CLINE GERALD EMMONS ROBERT GEIGER NATHAN HAGEMEISTER Library Mathematics Mathematics English Jr Hugh Teochers Loy Bosls For Hugh School 551 RUTH MATHENY Home Economics Physical Education PAUL NEEB KEITH NIEDERKOHR WARREN PHILLIPS KARL RIKER Industrral Arts Socral Swdleg Socral Studres Science Mr Fred Koester prepares to answer one of the many questions posed to hrm FIRST ROW: Tom Nagy, Cynthia Vestal, Kathy Michel, Linda Vetter, Keith Zellen, Robert Frobose, Ted Hansen, Pamela Philo, Susan Simp- son, Gary Weiland. SECOND ROW: Tim Merritt, Kirt Amos, Rick Meyer, David Brinker, Bill Hoel- ter, Mike Woessner, David Losey, Ed Oberhouse, James Hagemeyer, Roger Welling, Mike Thornton, Ed Wozniak. THIRD ROW: Keith Watkins, Marilyn Johnson, Linda Restemeyer, Janell Brinker, Melissa Sattler, Beth Henschen, Janice Young, James Opelt, Lorrain Moritz, Cathy Henry, Christy Schulte, Pat Aufdencamp, Donna Huffman, David Downey. FOURTH ROW: Craig Kreine, Linda Hutchinson, Nancy Leslie, Janis Hagemeyer, Dennis Sullivan, Steve Bushman, Patti Ehmke, Melissa Bockbrader, Janet Metzger, Susan Woodruff Mary Lou Aring, Tony Vavrik, Diana Miller, Craig Heffelfinger, Tom Titkemeier. 45 VW' ...t FIRST ROW: Jayne Gullufsen, Debbie Lenke, John Bennett, Debbie Brown, Helen Rolf, Barbara- Eisenhour, Carlton Brinker, Jeff Frost, Beth Firsdon, Meyer, Wanda Kazmaier, Judy Burkholder, Linda Lora Rife, Jeff Simpson, Debbie Fritz. SECOND Spengler, Linda Russell, Cindy Ruch, Susan Stein, ROW: Terry Lahman, Jeff Gottschalk, Betty Lowrie, Beverly Merritt, Shelley Freeman, Dennis Huprich. David Sheldrick, Cindy Muir, Karen Hale, Linda Blausey, Tim Ernsthausen, Fred Rist, LuAnn King, FIFTH ROW: Tom Sieving, Ken Rahe, Paula Schroeder, Beverly Beier, Jeff Kirkbride, Debra THIRD ROW: Tom Ford, Rick Rahe, Jane Sanchez, Heminger, Cindy Matthews, Kathy Geisbuhler, Robin Evans, Steve Vickers, Jay Dierker, James Hamen, Sherry Henry, Gaylene Hamen, Kathy Phillips. FOURTH ROW: Craig Landwehr, James Sandra Buchman, Jeanne Abke, Paul Kemner, Suzanne Gerwin, Beverly Gable. Bonds, Choruses Provide Outlet For Musical Talent J"- O 9 we FIRST ROW: Keith Watkins, Melissa Sattler, Jayne Gullufsen, Sandra Shaffer, Pam Graham, Diane Kriston, Pam Philo, Linda Hutchinson, Shelley Freeman, Kathy Kuhlman, Helen Rolf, Jeff Davis. SECOND ROW: Charles Kirkbride, Ted Hansen, Betty Lowrie, Susan Mil1er,,Debra Heminger, Sus- anne Schumaker, Robin Barber, Lou Ann Adams, Janelle Brinker, Janice Snyder, Brenda Thatcher, Ardel Dalgleish, Marilyn Weddell, Kathy Phillips, Robin Evans. THIRD ROW: Donald Spencer, Terry Lahman, Chris Frtiz, Linda Vetter, Jeanne Abke, Debbie Brown, Donna Huffman, Judy Burkholder, Anne Madaras, Barbara Bockbrader, Madonna lf n,El!l9.,5 Blevins, Nancy Leslie, Linda Russell, Jeff Kirk- bride, Roger Welling. FOURTH ROW: Ed Ober- house, Jay Dierket, Beth Henschen, Mary Lou Aring, Linda Caudill, Sheila Cole, Janis Hagemeyer Jane Swartz, Linda Restemeyer, Carol Shaffer, Sandy Buchman, Susan Karns, Sherry Henry, Susan Busdeker, Jack Witte, Dennis Sullivan. FIFTH ROW: Rodney Duty, James Opelt, Patti Ehmke, Karen Beck, Susan Shaffer, Janice Young, Marilyn Johnson, Marcia Losey, Linda Blausey, Melissa Bockbrader, Janet Metzger, Karen Hale, Joyce Wohn, Debbie Lenke, Kathy Michel, Dan Martinez, Keith Zellin. BOTTOM: Linda Hutchinson. SECOND ROW: Linda Vetter, Beth Henschen. THIRD ROW: Janis Hagemeyer, Christine Fritz, Mary Lou Aring. FOURTH ROW: Karen Beck, Janet Metzger. TOP: Jane Swartz. Junior High Sports Develop Sportsmanship ...sw x . FIRST ROW: Paul Rollo, Carlton Brinker, James Hamen, Rick Rahe, Terry Fredrich, John Enriquez, Mark Schulte, Bill Wauford, John Eisenhour, Steve Vickers, Fred Rist, Jeff Frost, Tim Ernsthausen, Jeff Smith, Chuck Long. SECOND ROW: Randy Haas, Lupe Alvarez, Jay Dierker, Joe Glanzman, Terry Eisenhour, Jimftlhamberlain, Tom Titke- meier, Joe Machefski, Bob Plouck, Jim Hagemeyer, Mikel Alvarez, John Otte, Kirt Amos, Rick Meyer, Frank Foster. THIRD ROW: Mr. Calvin Freund, Coachg Jim Bockbrader, Jim Graham, Donald Brockschmidt, Tim Merritt, Joe Kriston, Ted Han- sen, Jim Dennis, Greg Smith, Morey Loomis, Galen Emch, Robin Evans, Ron Rolf, Ken Greulich, Dennis I-luprich, Jeff Gottschalk, Jeff Simpson, David Hill. FOURTH ROW: Ron McCormick, Dan Hatas. David Brinker, Donald Spencer, Kevan Joseph, Rick Swartz, Ken Bostdorff, Keith Zellin, Mike Woessner, Jim Baker, David Losey, Bill Hoelter, Steve Grolle, Gary Weiland, Frank More- lock, Kevin Lahey, Alan Martinez, Mr. Elwood Gebhardt, Coach. FIRST ROW: Susan Karns, Ann Madaras, Sandy Buchman. SECOND ROW: Debra Fritz, Jean Abke. TOP: Cindy Ruch. 7th Grade Cheerleaders KNEELING: Jeff Smith, Rick Meyer, Bill Miller, Mr. Keith Neiderkohr, Coach, Carlton Brinker, Keith Watkins, Ted Hansen. STANDING: Terry Eisenhour, Tony Vavrik, Jim Baker, Tom Schmeltz, Dan Martinez, Keith Zellin, Robert Frobose, Ed Oberhouse, Ken Bostdorff, Bill Hoelter, Kitt Amos. KNEELING: Kenny Rahe, Gary Nelson. STANDING: Jeff Davis, Jim Beck, Morey Loomis, Chuck Long, Gary Marten, John Enriquez, Jay Dierker, Tom Marsh, Terry Speck, Rick Rahe, Tim Ernsthau- sen, Terry Lahman, Ron Rolf, Greg Smith, 'Galen Emch. 8th Grade WE THEY 31 Genoa 41 34 Perrysburg 35 15 Elmwood 63 42 Gibsonburg 28 18 Lake 44 41 Rossford 60 39 Lakota 25 25 Anthony Wayne 33 31 Elmore 43 27 Rossford 34 28 Lake 51 ,18 Lakota 38 39 Anthony Wayne 52 23 Elmwood 51 Tournament 12 Lake 37 7th Grade WE THEY 27 Genoa 7 41 Elmwood 17 41 Woodville 11 23 Lake 7 27 Rossford 25 39 Genoa 16 38 Bowling Green 9 31 Rossford 21 13 Lake 14 29 Lakota 19 37 Bowling Green 21 29 Elmwood 25 31 Lakota 29 LEFT TO RIGHT: Janelle Brinker, Susie Simpson, Terry Dennis, Beth Henschen, Jane Swartz. 8th Grade Cheerleaders President Vice Secretary Treasurer President Kenneth Bostdorff Cynthia' Vestal Patti Ehmke Pat Cochran Lost Year In Junior High Begins With Homework if 'S .if l ii' if V, Mike Alvarez Kirt Amos Mary Lou Aring David Atkin Pat Aufdencamp James Baker Larry Barnes Bert Bayes Karen Beck Tim Bihn Madonna Blevins .James Bockbrader Melissa Bockbrader John Bocherding Irene Bourdeon Phillip Braucksieck David Brinker Janell Brinker Jo Anna Brough Steven Bushman Barbara Carpenter Ida Castillon Sharon Cole Jennie Cousino Judy Craig Student Council Donces Are Looked Forward To Ardel Dalgleish Terri Dennis David Downey Rodney Duty Terry Eisenhour Gloria Enriquez Robin Evans Robin Fincher Michael Firsdon Frank Foster Terry Fredrich Christine Fritz Robert Frobose Robert Garcia Joseph Glanzman Sylvia Gloria Juan Gonzales Ioan Greathouse Wayne Greathouse Kenneth Greulich Mr. Paul Neeb demo strates the art of leather craft to his onlooking pupils. As Eighth Graders, They Assume New Duties an K 1 f?"x QT' -AEP" ,fs -9 f f - wt A 'Q X -' 1 QW? Nd' S' id Q mi-nv' Qsfq WB" OJ' "E," A scientific experiment is always a thing of interest to the eighth grade pupil. David Grover Donald Grover James Hagemeyer Janis Hagemeyer Glenn Hall Pamela Hankey Theodore Hansen Craig Heffelfinger Marcia Henline Catherine Henry Beth Henschen William Hoelter Linda Hoodlebrink Lucinda Hudson Donna Huffman Linda Hutchinson Alfredo Jaso Marilyn Johnson Kevan Joseph Ted Kanke Different Subiects, Activities Are Challenges Charles Kirkbride Craig Kleine Randy Knitz Joseph Kriston Kevin Lahey Dennis Lamb Nancy Leslie Beth Little Joe Machefski David Losey Carol Marsh Vivian Marshall Daniel Martinez Christi McDo1e Sylvia Mendez Tim Merritt Janet Metzger Richard Meyer Kathleen Michel Diana Miller Susan Miller Lorrain Moritz Tom Nagy Wilma Nye Edwin Oberhouse James Opelt Pamela Philo Ronald Pierce Robert Plouck Linda Restemeyer Paul Rollo Melissa Sattler Thomas Schmeltz Stephanie Schramm Christy Schulte X , 1 ' 1 in-S r 'Q--sv' t 5 X179 1rL -J NCI' As f r i , as fu- X . L.- . i 'x sk 1, Qyi. V 3 it ,X X Gia Q4 A Il-'yi i G :its F! With The Reglstrotlon For High School, The Yeor Ends as "" f 1 I X . .... is K ati Susanne Schumaker Carol Shaffer Susan Shaffer Susan Simpson Jeffrey Smith Karen Smith Terrill Smith Deborah Snyder Robert Stevens Nancy Storms A Bruce Strawman E. 1 Dennis Sullivan " Kay Ann Swartz as Michael Thornton Thomas Titkemeier l I Anthony Vavrick Linda Vetter William Wachter Keith Watkins Mary Webb Activity in the halls between class provides the chance for the pupils to talk about that English or Math test coming up. Leoving Junior High, They Awoit The Things To Come Patricia Webb Marilyn Weddell Gary Weiland Beth Welling ,,,, I if Roger Welling Jack Witte Michael Woessner Joyce Wohn Edwin Wozniak 1 i Janice Young Keith Zellin ABSENT: Alice Clark Sherman McManis Frank Morelock Jane Swartz Jeanne Tapia Susan Woodruff 0' ., 4-ff" 'Cf ,..,x tl! -v N' -'Q xtr' , AA YH' ll A quick reference to the map answers a question in Ohio history class. -E Mr. Nathan l-iagemeister and Mr. Koester converse in the halls between classes. I35 President Vice- Secretary Treasurer President Charles Long Robin Evans Betty Ann Lowrie Juanita Sanchez The First Doy Of Junior High Is One Cf Confusemenf 'P' 212.-M .ix-w ,- . 4' x 'I -144.0- 'UCF' "':.""9 4.1 Jeanne Abke Lou Ann Adams Robin Barber James Beck Beverly Beier James Bennett Linda Blausey Barbara Bockbrader Tina Bolt Carlton Brinker Donald Brockschmidt Debra Brown Rita Brueggemeier Evelyn Buchan Pat Buchan Roseann Buchman Sandra Buchman Judy Burkholder Susan Busdeker Kathleen Cajka Gene Carr Tina Castillon Linda Caudill James Chamberlain Dale Clark As They Learn Their Classes Things Become Easier Geometric shapes are part of the course of study in the seventh grade M ath class. Kim Cochran Sheila Cole Sheryl Davidson Jeffrey Davis James Dennis Jay Dierker James Donnell Ray Eckelbarger John Eisenhour Galen Emch John Enriquez Tim Ernsthausen Paul Essinger Charles Fincher Beth Firsdon Annette Forbess Thomas Ford Shelley Freeman Jeffrey Frost Beverly Gable If si s X - ,Irv -m"51-f ffl. V-La fr X '49 The Subiecis Are Different, But They Are Fun Rosie Garcia Kathy Geisbuhler Suzanne Gerwin JeffGottscha1k Christine Graf James Graham Pamela Graham Diana Gray Terry Griffis Steven Grolle Jayne Gullufsen Karen Hale Gaylene Hamen James Hamen Ioan Harmon Dan Hatas Debra Heminger Sherry Henry Rosey Hernandez Dennis Huprich Susan Karns Wanda Kazmaier Paul Kemner Lu Ann King Jeffrey Kirkbride Pamela Knepper Diane Kohring Diane Kriston Larry Kruse Katherine Kuhlman Terry Lahman Craig Landwehr Debra Lenke Morey Loomis Marcia Losey Campaigning For Class Offices Is New Experience Anne Madaras Robert Marsh Thomas Marsh Myron Marshall Gary Marten Cynthia Matthews Ronald McCormick James McKee Linda Mentink Beverly Merritt Jeffrey Merritt Barbara Meyer Paula Miller William Miller Danny Mock Mary Mock Elaine Moenter Sue Ann Moore Cynthia Muir Robert Neal Janie Sanchez demon- strates her athletic ability in phys. ed. l y I9 'Y 40 L. I N., N Mony Friendships Are Formed And Are Enioyed A 5' 1l'C"N-A is 4t'l. 5 .P -27 'of-.4 ge- i eg Q 1 ,, Ar- "" S C' '3' S FIX ,' I .4 132' - li al xi DS li' U li-1 WIT? Gary Nelson David Otte John Otte Dale Pertner Kathleen Phillips Kenneth Rahe Richard Rahe Linda Richcreek Lora Rife Fred Rist Helen Rolf Ronald Rolf Cindy Ruch Linda Russell Rene Sattler Robert Schmeltz Paula Schroeder Mark Schulte Jane Schutt Sandra Shaffer David Sheldrich Thomas Sieving Jeffery Simpson Gregory Smith Janice Snyder Lynn Speck Terry Speck Donald Spencer Linda Spengler Susan Stein Kathy Stewart David Sybert Brenda Thatcher Debra Thornton Lou Ann Vestal Seventh Graders Are Prepared For Responsibilities Stephen Vickers William Wauford Rhonda Whitaker Paul Wilcox Steven Young ABSENTEES: John Alvarez Lupe Alvarez Debra Fritz George Jacobsen William Jacobsel Charles Long Diane Barr Donald Barr Grace Bowen James Dobson Charlotte Knott Duane Marshall Donald Reid Mary Reid Rickey Swartz 'Fred Thornton Students find wealth of knowledge open to them in Practice is necessary for a good band and here school library. the seventh grade band warms up before beginning 6 Merry Ch f'IS+n1q3 .-PM A .- X x ii Al 6' NL .4 . J-er 1 A ,A J as - N gf? ! A . ,.c,..,,..-. A . A .kg CN THE MOVE IN ELEMENTARY Elementary Schools Form Bosis For A Child's Life Many times when people think of the Eastwood School District, they think only of the high school and its related activities. However, more integral than the high school are five elementary schools in the district. It is in these five elementary schools that the basis for a child 's whole life is laid. Here he learns to share with others, express himself, and form study habits. These things will be a part of him as long as he lives. The world of an elementary pupil is an extremely active one. The activity begins with the bus ride in the morning, continues through recesses, lunches, classes, and ends with the homeward ride. Inter- mingled are the little indescribable incidents such as the time Johnny went to get a drink, the foun- tain stuck, and he burst into tears because he thought he had broken it. Or what about the time when every elementary pupil looks innocently into the face of his teacher and asks "Why?" This is elementary life in a nutshell. While there are many things that go on that can not be cap- tured by the pen, the following pages have tried to do it with a camera. This is the Eastwood Elementary. I'm eating. I don 't know about you." An active basketball game is part of recess at Webster. Students concentrate on perspective in art class Lemoyne Kinder- goden Karen Voigt Kinder- goden xvlg S-A FIRST ROW: Sandra Marsh, Marlene Carstensen, Kevin Layman, Steven Shook, Steven Kur- fess, James Wenz, Daniel Briscoe, Amy Winters. SECOND ROW: Bradley Fincher, David Bockbrader, Jeffery Faykosh, Edward Trader, Linda Lowry, Kelly Minarik, Karen Harris, Brent Craine,'Julie Predmore. THIRD ROW: David Hudson, Karen Layman, Tina Holtman, Konnie Michelsen, John Briggs, John Henry, Matthew Hoffman, Mrs. Karen Voigt. FIRST ROW: Robin Humbarger, Janey Getz, Ricky Hoodlebrink, Ricky Smith, Douglas Brough, Sandy Roberge, Susan Raglow, Amy Sattler. SECOND ROW: Laurie Welling, Craig Dennis, Kim Snyder, Kellie Cochrane, Douglas Hayward, Brenda Hauck, Lee Pertner, Michael Cochrane, Karen Schramm, Beverly Snyder, Keith Doxsie. THIRD ROW: Daniel Klink, Dennis Leck, Vicki Marsh, Tom Spencer, Steven Leek, Laurel Daman, Kent Moenter, Brenda Boggs, Debbie Stout, Mrs. Karen Voigt. E 5 . - . I , 5 2 ? li F' 5 . ,,, wo, 1 'XA :ft ll Y ri K , ssssrs S S J riff S J I FIRST ROW: Jill Matheny, Sharon Gorby, Brenda Eaton, Charlotte Chamberlain, James Richards, Kenneth Baumgartner, Walter Linke. SECOND ROW: Debbie Shook, Mark Minarik, James Schmeltz, Randy Middaugh, Daniel Hayward, Jake Humbarger, Margaret Thorton, Bfyan Musser, THIRD ROW: Karen Downey, Laura Holtmyer, Debbie Recker, Joe Martin, Ann Jacobs, Daniel Foster, Miss Miriam Hobart. Absent: Norman Whittaker, Douglas Al- bright, Lisa Schramm. FIRST ROW: Valerie Snyder, Bonnie Schacht, Lee McCormick, James Engleman, Brian Craine, Jerilyn Glanzman. SECOND ROW: Tanya Hartman, Patty Jarchow, Michelle Jackson, Thimothy Sybert, Diane Thompson, Tice Marshall, Ronald Baker. THIRD ROW: Becky Schulte, Tom Lahey, Alvin Adams, John Schmeltz, Jeffery Caistensen, Dean Forbess, Miss Diane Espenmiller. fX.fs ,,..h , ,A 5 . L 1 S n , M, t First Grade arngt 4"-r' w'IZ',"T7' Miriam Hobart 4? Diane Espenmiller First Grade -yne i Second Grade FIRST ROW: Jackie Ann Wenz, Tammy Cochrane, Aaron Estes, Carol Roberge, Daniel Thornton, Paula Kibler, Thomas Woodruff. SECOND ROW: Shawn Levorchick, Marica Haas, Roy Dannenberger, Kay Baker, John Marshall, Scott Simpson, Chris Gorby, Carol Ann Daman. THIRD ROW: Cindy Hartman, Lynda Welling, Janet Kurfess, Ricky Thompson, Ralph Turner, Jackie Stout, Mrs. Ruth Bockbrader. Ruth Bockbrader FIRST ROW: Dennis Eschedor, Candy Yant, Scott Fincher, Lori King, Shelly Winters, Pam Faykosh, Beth Getz. SECOND ROW: Terri Lewis, Brent Moore, Mary Haas, James Welling, Charles Caudill, William Briggs, Michael Rowland, Kathy Rolf, William Roberge, Lisa Winters. THIRD ROW: Susan Henry, Medina Kincaid, Susan Snyder, Janet Reitzel, Laura Lahey, Sandy Baker, Marvin Burns, Mrs. Georgene Taggert. s V sf I i .wx at X Georgene Taggert Second Grade Third Grade FIRST ROW: Paula Getz, Bruce Downey, Kenneth Brinker, Brian Predmore, Randy Snyder, William Kind, Brenda Lewis. SECOND ROW: Sharon Woodruff, Debra Morlock, Becky Briggs, Ronnell Stout, Laura Wetmore, Ellen Hudson, Rebecca Drewes. THIRD ROW: Pamela Recker, Richard Hayward, John Layman, Daniel Rolf, Terry Klink, Mark Greifelt, Mrs. Judith Jacobs. FIRST ROW: Loretta Sattler, Mark Buchman, Michael Fincher, Daniel Ray Mannon, Daniel Losey, Cahrles Schulte. SECOND ROW: Sharon Feist, Daniel Jarchow, Robert Spengler, Lois Hayes, Rebecca Eaton, Sharilyn Glanzman, Matthew Schact, Debra Roberge. THIRD ROW: Lynn Albright, Billie Jean Sybert, Joyce Maltby, Jeffery Schmeltz, Darrell Forbess, Marcia Kurfess, Mrs. Jo Ann Robison. "-vxbl 1 Judith Jacobs Jo Ann Robison Third Grade ne Fourth Grade 19' x if Laurel Beeker Gladys Storms Fifth Grode FIRST ROW: Pamela Marsh, Richard Losey, Martin Vavrik, Pamela Brinker, David Moore, Barry Hillabrand, Marianne Sattler. SECOND ROW: Joseph Minarik, David Marsh, Paul Faykosh, Cynthia Levorchick, William Barnes, Duane Snyder, Linda Collet, William Kibler. THIRD ROW: Barbara Hanley, Mary Ann Sybert, Donald Ward, Steven Schulte, Daniel Dannenberger, Eva Hauck, Carol Spengler, Mrs. Laurel Beeker. FOURTH ROW: Terry Haas, Loren Caudill, Mark Hoodlebrink, Nadine Thornton, Martin Snyder, Robert Briggs, Jack Matheny. ABSENTg Gary Hudson, Juliana Lucas, James Wauford. FIRST ROW: Cindy Albright, Linda Greulich, Pamela Rowland, Cindy Feist, Peggy Oates, Kim Albright, Carol Gallier. SECOND ROW: Denee Winters, Douglas Jackson, Judith McCormick, Terry Edens, Rodney Snyder, Dale Marsh, Gail Pertner, Vicke Getz, Debra Drewes. THIRD ROW: Nancy Metzger, Scott Dennis, Larry Michael, Douglas Snyder, Thom as Jarchow, Rose Trader, Darlene Dennis, Mrs. Gladys Storms. FOURTH ROW: Teresa Brink er, Dores Richards, Debra Kurfess, Robert Maltby, Terry Recker, Jay Schmeltz, Patty Collet, Mary Wilson, Philip Klink. s 5 Ili! l fl FIRST ROW: Robert Schacht, Steven Thornton, Gene Hannan, Debbie Eaton, Rose Marie Vavrik, Robert Hillabrand. SECOND ROW: Nick Barnes, Susan Otte, John Schulte, James Gangwer, Pamela Predmore, Dennis Kibler, Linda Snyder, Vicki Buchman. THIRD ROW: Colleen Lahey, Jill Sandwisch, Ronald Spencer, Dana Schulte, Jerry Sybert, Paul Weber, Arthur Brough, Fredrick Middaugh, Mr. Dennis Aeschliman. FOURTH ROW: Lori Morlock, Sandra Caudill, Debbie Harris, Glen Kohlenberg, Larry Downey, Steven Haas, Karen Burns, Marilyn Glanzman, Frances Frost. FIRST ROW: Betty Hasel, Joanna King, Wayne Camp, Jeffery King, Joann Barber, Steven Tracy, Bart Merritt, Suzie Turner. SECOND ROW: Wesley Heidebrink, Scott Jacobs, David Dotson, Scott Sheets, John Cousino, Roxana Williams, Luann Otte, Steven Schnitkey, Dena Baker, Bryan Pierce. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Mary O'Connor, Timothy Clark, Amy Landwehr, Gregg Bamey, Teresa Alexander, Jay Griffith, Randy Gray, Vicki Nowlin, Teri Swartz. T iff . :A 'T f Lu Lemoyne Sixth Grade I la ,fam l,.QX 'YI Dennis Aeschliman 3 3 Xt Mary O Connor Kinder- gclrfen :ey First Grade I 1 Carolyn Grumney Janet Smith Second Grade FIRST ROW: Gail Davis, Randy Aspacher, Lori Loomis, Jayne Tucker Jeff Doll Jack Otte Ronda King. SECOND ROW: Julie Dotson, Scott Holcomb, Tom Ballard Laurie Hutchinson Mark Heber, Tim Sarver, Patty Myers, Janet Stinchcomb, Brenda Clark Norman Jacobs THIRD ROW: Mrs. Carolyn Grumney, Tonya Miller, Robbie Haar, Ginger Moritz Susan Tracy, Kay Ernsthausen, Glenn Moore, Norman Knepper, Brad Rolf Elizabeth Emans ABSENT: .Tim Cajka. FIRST ROW: Bonnie Vestal, Connie Vestal, Brenda Ford, Sandra Barber Robert Hazel Jay Haas, Randall Doll. SECOND ROW: Charles Butler, Curtis Alexander Kathy Lucas Tamara Vickers, Eric Heffelfinger, Cheryl Kirk, Ricky Marshall. THIRD ROW Mrs Janet Smith Sally Musser, Judy Clark, Mary Moenter, Bethany Shaffer, Scott Tracy Ricky Woodruff Dawn Dahne, Duane Peters. ti ffl? 4' 4 1. V . FIRST ROW: Gary Peters, Robert Gray, Joy Tyner, Norman Brockschmidt, Gary Loomis, Jane Stinchcomb, James Haas. SECOND ROW: Roy Alexander, Cheryl Miller, Jeffrey Otte, Amy Layman, Brenda Meyer, Kevin Gottschalk, William Sheets, Daniel Sarver. THIRD ROW: Miss Mary Crocker, Mark Miller, Steven Fahle, Randall Emans, Connie Smithers, William Heber, Tammy Jacobs, Thomas Richcreek, Raymond Wohltman. FIRST ROW: Patricia Patterson, Cynthia Tucker, Ernest Gable, Mark Welling, Timothy Davis, Darrell Parmer, Brooke Evans, Dawn Aspacher. SECOND ROW: Joseph Dotson, Robin Miller, Pamela Musser, Jerry Vestal, Bruce Oelschlager, Thomas Moenter, Jay Baumer, Kim Alexan- der, Kathleen Helm, Jeffrey Haas, Lori Doll. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Joan Lowrie, Thomas Knott Ora Moore, David Hankey, Belinda Shaffer, Cynthia Rolf, JoAnn Young, Randall Ernsthausen, Peggy Perkins, John Moritz, Jeffery Ruch. ABSENTg Howard Nollenberger. Lu Third Grade Mary Crocker Ioan Lowrie Fourth Grade GY Fifth Grade Susan Spengler Norma Hansen Sixth Grade will Ewqgiii FIRST ROW: Laura Essinger, Wendy Doll, Wade Loomis, Douglas Davis Betty Bostdorff, Karen Jacobs, Mary Layman, Cynthia Hill. SECOND ROW: Rodney Merritt, Sam Sarner, Connie Heber, Joan Evans, Markjacobs, Dennis Tucker, Kevin Oberdick, Marsha Meyer, Rebecca Emans, Garry Rife, Larry Marshall, Kerry Huss, Teresa Richcreek, Daniel Miller. THIRD ROW Mrs. Susan Spengler, Roger Leslie, Rebecca Miller, Randy Warise, Cheryl Miller, Sandra Tracy, Kenneth Burkholder, Sandra Brick, Jackie lloelter, Lola Pierce, Nancy Smith. FIRST ROW: Cynthia Haas, Debra Rolf, Gay Jacobs, Susan Ballard, Robert Musser, Debbie Cousino, Henrietta Marshall, Scott Myers. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Reardon, Rebecca Knitz, David Helm, Ronda Barber, Roger Swartz, Robert Knitz, Loubertta liuglres, Louann Hutchinson, Douglas Alexander, Lou Ann Kirk, Joy Sarver. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Norma Iliin- sen, Sue Richcreek, Linda Metzger, Craig Snyder, Debbie Ford, Debbie Woodruff, Michael Smithers, Robert Rolf, Linda Hill, Nanette Oelschlager. ABSENT: Joe Cajka. .ti A".-o FIRST ROW: Judy Hiser, Debbie Briggs, Linda Collins, Ricky Evans, Oscar Garcia, Frank Hiser, Robert Collins. SECOND ROW: Miss Marion Debelak, Glenn Evans, Susan Diebert, Becky Knott, Bobby Eaton, Paula Heffelfinger, Rita Marshall, Linda Reid. FIRST ROW: Stephen Hiser, Randy Hernandez, John Young, Cheryl Tracy, Susan Marshall, Marsha Tracy, Alfred Collins. SECOND ROW: Mark Marsh, Benny Clark, James Marshall, Mrs. Nedra Sheets, Ruth Diebert, Donald Evans, Emmitt Humbarger, Delbert Parrner. ABSENT: Tom Bowen . .Q ...- - Y. , ..., W 1 - , is 1 fx K 35. it ? , F . 5 t s Lucke Spedol Educohon Marion Debelak 15" 511 Nedra Sheets Spedol Educohon mber- ville 7 Kinder- gorien iv- 'Virginia Finken Kinder- gorien ii FIRST ROW: Susan Wegman, Denise Davis, Sandy Smith, Jackie Coakley, Steven Griffis, Bonnie Camp, Christine Offerman. SECOND ROW: Shonna Spicer, John Vandersall, Douglas Cobb, Douglas Rubel, Lynn Rahe, Dawn Camp, Diane Bejarano, Jeffery Morlock. THIRD ROW: Karen Asmus, Tammy Garwood, Brian Eisenhour, Michael Melcher, Michael Damon, Robert Rist, Chris Clay, Mrs. Virginia Finken. FIRST ROW: Mario Martinez, Sylvia Thompson, David Gerwin, Brian Damron, Carol Abbott, Kim Kahler, Amy Jo Eulberg, Brenda Wegman. SECOND ROW: Denise Dean, Penny Picket, Jenifer Lane, Carlotta Clink, Tanya Jividen, Debroah Smith, Jeanie Clark, Deanna Hacker. THIRD ROW: Russell Hummel, Lisa Bruning, Linda Stein, Randy Nissen, Kevin Cochran, Tim Miller, Kathy Panning, Mrs. Virginia Finken. ? .-- - Q .-,, W yr 'l E i X my if x FIRST ROW: Russell Rife, Homer Bejarano, Larry Ward, Cheryl Helberg, Kyle Reiser, Kent Kokomoor, Sandra Henline. SECOND ROW: Mary Hale, David Fahle, Robert Wegman, Steven Headley, Bonnie Brolhast, Michael Pickett, Judith l-Iagley, Scott Wheeler. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Margaret Staib, Linda Beeker, Brenda Stein, Joanne Rolf, Carol Hiser, Mark Becker, Anne Vandersall, James Wheeler. FIRST ROW: Clayton Damron, Cheryl Smith, David Wheeler, Harmon Wegman, Julie Dierker, Lisa Aring, Deborah Helberg. SECOND ROW: Kirstin Asmus, Kimberly Reiser, Craig Vanek, Karla Offerman, Michael Fritz, Dandra Heckman, Matt Lenke. THIRD ROW: Jill Coakley, Deborah Dewyre, Steven Eulberg, Thomas Oberhouse, Kimberly Haar, Ted Dean, Mrs. Carol Reed. Y Pemk First Grade Margaret Staib 'Nav Carol Reed Second Grade ille Third Grode Arvella Sanders Irene Rhoads Fourth Grade 5 si ' ,I-. , l nw- '-wfmwvwmv-1 .fs . 1 X S 5 ,,., FIRST ROW: Barbara Bushman, Kathleen Schmeltz, Scott Samson, Kathleen Hagley, Bobbi Jo Webb, James McDole, Thomas Heckman. SECOND ROW: Gary Duquette, Linda Enriquez Kevin Eisenhour, Raymond Enriquez, Kevin Kennedy, Kelly Sigler, Kirk Smith, Linda Kahler, Eva Beckman. THIRD ROW: Pamela Ebka, Susan Rahe, Gary Johnson, Sandra Blausey, Lisa Juergens, Kimberly Kohring, Bradley Vandersall, Mrs. Arvella Sanders. FIRST ROW: Norman Watkins, Cynthia Sigler, Manuel Sanchez, Connie Crispen, Louis Hiser Janeen Matthews, Teresa Cochran, Steven Helberg. SECOND ROW: Lisa Krift, Mary Lynn Jividen, Debra Griffis, Beth Headley, Ann Asmus, Daniel Schmeltz, Jayne Dierker, Steven Hilgenberg, Kim Long, Kimberly Smith, James Abbott. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Irene Rhoads, Gregory Hiser, Warren Hale, Mark Lenke, Marcus Sanchez, Thomas Swartz, Stephen Phillips Bradley Bockbrader, Rodney Beeker, Nancy Ehmke, Bruce Harmon. Q i , A S 5 l v 1 2 FIRST ROW: Cindy McDole, Robin Rahe, Linda Wegman, Beth Ann Clink, Carlos Martinez, Denise Wegman, Kathy Rist, Elizabeth Hiser, Scott Muir. SECOND ROW: Peggy Hagley, Andrew Kriston, David Wozniak, Laurie Oberhouse, Judith Grover, Vicki Blausey, Randal Rahe, Carol Webb, Craig Smith. THIRD ROW: Connie Griffis, Michael Samson, Timothy Schmeltz, Susan Abbott, Rex Mengering, Randy Beeker, Gail Phillips, Michael Dewyre, Kay Ann Bockbrader, Miss Grace Fahle. FIRST ROW: Mary Enriquez, Nancy Bockbrader, Randal Wiegman, Judy Bruns, Shawn McDole, Susan Vandersall, Colleen Lowrie, Julie Wegman, Shane McDole. SECOND ROW: Ricky Ward, Samuel Wegman, Mark Asmus, Linda Henline, Cheryl Kahler, Kathy Wozniak, Corwin Smith, Harland Hale, Linda Hagley, Kathy Myers. THIRD ROW: Wendy Reed, David Deuble, Carol Ehmke, Beth Rolf, David Hook, Patty Pringle, Robert Kohring, Kurt Panning, Thomas Bowlus, Mrs. Carol Beeker. ember- ville Fifth Grade Grace Fahle 'J-'S X feds Carol Beeker Sixth Grade Union Kinder- gcxrfen Mrs. Gibson's pic- ture was not avail able. .- aww, 15 Nancy Close First Grade P s- . S ., ., ,le f , - "N - f " .A-. x 'W . x . AM .v, Xezix E 5' A FIRST ROW: Thomas Venis, Tamara Speck, Thomas Burnfin, Steven Speck, Susanna Glenn. SECOND ROW: Katherine Carpenter, Steven Feasel, Kent Davidson, Vicky Meagley, Richard Steele. THIRD ROW: Roger Sams, Leo Snyder, Ann Kuffess, Bruce Speck, Lou Ann Snyder, Gary Dennis, Mrs. Ruth Bandeen. FIRST ROW: Donna Jean Grolle, Fred Veryser, Joseph Wohn, Kenneth Bailey, Do Ann Feasel, Loreli Steel. SECOND ROW: Cindy Goodman, Ronald Miller, Larry Getz, Susan Busler, Todd Kurfess, Cheryl Venis, Dean Dunipace. THIRD ROW: Rose Blair, Randy Rader, Howard Gurtzweiler, Keith Graff, Diana Baker, Terry Dorfner, Mrs. Bernice Mercer. .-.. X -- rwvv- --Q. W .vel ,W - ,, fel-er 5 Union Second Grade A ...aa Ruth Bandeen Bernice Mercer Third Grade Webster Kinder- gorten :Ub- Joyce Martin First Grade f 1 FIRST ROW: Fawn Dierksheide, Julie Kohring, Marly Lanham, Michael Dierker, Jody Philo, Danny Morlock, Sharon Shaffer. SECONDROW: Nancy Karns, Jeremy Walston, Carol Welty Mark Baker, Tanya Getz, Jeff Tuthill, Julie Woessner, Judy Sergent. THIRD ROW: Ricky Cajka, Paul Sheldrich, Mark Venis, Mark Alenander, Tim Szabo, Allen Redding, Ty Lopez, Steve Sanders, Mrs. Mary O'Conner. FIRST ROW: Ann Mendez, Mary Knepper, Tony Garling, Debra Hiser, Brude Bryant, Timothy Abke, Carol Brueggemeier, Debra Snowden, Robin Dierksheide. SECOND ROW: Lisa Atkin, Randy Rush, Robert Bankey, Kenneth Gerwin, Gary Gerwin, Mark Huffman, David Welling, Mario Garcia, Debra Baker, Yolonda Jaso. THIRD ROW: Valerie Freisner, Darla Davis, Russell Abke, Gary Krukemyer, Michele Shammo, Robert Bloomfield, Scott Webb, Jerri Gaskin, Kristi Bortel, Mrs. Joyce Martin. ABSENT: Roxanne Rideout. gl Q' FIRST ROW: Nancy Shaffer, Todd Aldrich, Cindy Sue Reitzel, Keith Starkey, Brenda Maudlin, Randall Pace, Elvira Jaso, Kevin Shaffer. SECOND ROW: Kimberly Schultz, Cynthia Muir, Keith Schlumbohm, Debra Siek, Shirley Banky, Stacy Davidson, Calvin Kohring, Allen Hagemeyer, Dawn Hentges. THIRD ROW: Linda Hollister, Allen Reitzel, James Knauss, Duane Seifert, Mark Melcher, Ida Garcia, Barbara Heermeier, Larry Dean, Gay Morlock, Tracy Bassett, Mrs. Marian Clontz. ABSENT: Sandra Dierksheide. FIRST ROW: William Evans, Lynn Lattanza, James Venis, Christine Castillo, Donna Shaffer, Timothy Jividen. SECOND ROW: Thomas Lanham, Jane Aufdencamp, Randall Cajka, Mary Firsdon, Theresa Muir, Pamela Sergent, Ronald Pace. THIRD ROW: David Bruning, Cheryl Downard, Cynthia Walters, Scott Zellin, Thomas Getz, Randall Gardner, Deborah Garwood, Mrs. Martha Sheffer. We First Grade Marian Clontz -uv Martha Sheffer Second Grade fer Second Grode Burkholder Pauline Henschen Third Grade fx! FIRST ROW: Joan Knauss, Dixie Smith, Duane Starkey, Mark Beckstein, Christine Alvarez, Betty Mauldin, Karen Hagemeyer. SECOND ROW: John Patrick Eaken, Sandra Ernsthausen, Perry Walston, Richard Jones, Thomas Jacobs, Michael Litle, Tamela Getz, Linda Gardner. THIRD ROW: Larry Sabo, Lori Bushman, Amy Morlock, James Duty, Penny Peters, Steven Bankey, Pamela Bruning, Mrs. Isabelle Burkholder. FIRST ROW: Karol I-Iagemeyer, Eric Schlumbohm, Glen Gerwin, Alice Phillips, Cathi Jividen, John Bockbrader. SECOND ROW: Richard Bloomfield, Michael Starkey, Donetta Davis, Rhonda Shammo, Frances Foster, William Sheldrick, Laura Freeman. THIRD ROW: Gary Sabo, John Krukemeyer, Matthew Schramm, Constance Johnson, Charles Friesner, Richard Nelson, Mrs. Pauline I-lenschen. 5 5 K 1 I iw cel mfg FIRST ROW: Kathy Weaver, Lonnie Karns, William Kuhlman, James Philo, June Bortel. SECOND ROW: Anna Snowden, Anita Castillo, Ofelia Garcia, Carlton Dippman, Pamela Philo, Ronald Joseph. THIRD ROW: Cynthia Downard, Keith Alexander, Rex Rideout, Manuel Ruiz, Karl Litle, John Hollister, Miss Marjorie Eckert. FIRST ROW: Timothy Schult, Diana Burnfin, Timothy Vandeneynde, Karen Baker, Clarence Snowden, Theresa Getz, ,Michael Roller. SECOND ROW: Daniel Frobose, Wanda Baker, Ellen Veryser, Ruth Marten, Pamela Buchman, Timothy Speck, Luann Schuerman, Elizabeth McGill, Nora Logston, Mrs. Madonna Hiser. THIRD ROW: Caryl Knauss, Craig Kuhlman, Marcy Savial, William Gerwin, Dennis Downard, Gary Davis, Kathleen Machefski, Richard Pace, Terry Foster. ABSENT: Russell Carpenter. W WI Mio Third We Grade Marjorie Eckert Madonna Fourth Grade f "K Hiser T fer Fourth Grade Anna Allan lvuk IN--X Catherine Getz Fifth Grade FIRST ROW: Rodney Kirian, Kevin Emch, Patricia Bortel, David Firsdon, Roger Gottschalk, Shirley Shaffer, Debra Dauer. SECOND ROW: Sally Murdock, Gloria Jaso, Kathleen Beck- stein, Marcus Thompson, James Thornton, Marlene Gerwin, Susan Hagemeier, Fred Vetter, Terry Merritt, Lawrence Smith. THIRD ROW: Kenneth Venis, Judith Puse, Daniel Woessner, Velia Garcia, David Gottschalk, Isabel Schramm, Eugene Thomas, Kenneth Peters, Gail Oman, Mrs. Anna Allan. FIRST ROW: Debra Tracey, Cheryl Lahman, Linda Beck, Patty Greathouse, Vicky Philo. SECOND ROW: Dennis Weaver, Mark Blausey, Bruce Feasel, Paulett Plouck, Mitchel Free- man, Wanda Brinker, Irene Mendez Gregory Lattanza. THIRD ROW: Lu Ann Carpenter, Mark Bushman, Janet Coy, Terry Joseph, Becky Speck, Ronald Snyder, Richard Rupp, Margaret Fegley, Daniel Gerwin, Gaytha Baker, Mrs. Catherine Getz. FOURTH ROW: Karen Bruning, Barry Dorfner, Lester Blair, Donald Huprich, Dianna Cook, Ruth Wohn, John Sheld- rick, Victor Singleton, Terry Bassett. ABSENTg Robert Jacobson. FIRST ROW: Keith Brueggemier, Daniel Shaffer, David Teachout, Kathryn David, Nancy Davidson, Michael Freeman, Ronald Seiving, Debra Busler, Tamra Tuthill. SECOND ROW: Glen Brueggemier, Delores Castillo, Kent Libbe, Nancy Moore, Randy Weiland, Leopold Jaso, John Bailey, Gail Dunipace, Scott Garwood, Sulema Jaso, Sandra Muir. THIRD ROW: Shirley Rogers, Theresa Massie, Faye Dean, Thomas Goodman, Holly Hollister, Scott Atkins, Michael Bruning, Craig Schlumbohm, Mrs. Sarah Jameson. ABSENT: William Starkey, Ronald Babcock, Becky Jacobsen. FIRST ROW: Diane Weaver, Janet Huffman, Patricia Shaffer, George Plouck, Cheryl Bloom- field, Paul Miller, Kennard Oman, Valerie Lattanza. SECOND ROW: Carl Busler, Michael Oehmke, Sandra Gardner, Jodine Smith, Debra Murdock, Kenneth Gerke, Herman Glenn, Ester Mendez, Michael Saviel. THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Bumpus, Diane Moore, Judith Knauss, Robert Baker, Douglas Dauer, Carol Melcher, Robert Logston, Cynthia Seifert, Robert Gurtzweiler, Mrs. Schroeder. el. We Fifth Grade a -sr L J Sarah Jameson Margaret Schroeder Sixth Grade SI' Sixth Grade XX' Thomas, Robert Himburg, Mr. Keith Davis. Keith Davis FIRST ROW: Kenneth Busler, Alan Sundermeier, Dianne Aufdencamp, Frederick Speck Carol Kaczor, Mary Bennett, Robert Rickels. SECOND ROW: Robert Kuhlman, Dorothy Greathouse, -Jose Jaso, Timothy Jacobs, Rose Mary Foster, Karen Alexander, William Brinker, John Jividen, Cheryl Baker. THIRD ROW: Karen Sergent, Dennis Johnson, Cindy Massies, Lydia Garcia, Douglas Johnson, Timothy Sullivan, Susan Woessner, Stephanie Special Elementary Instructors "Us QS- JENNIE HOBART ANNA DUDLEY SANDRA DeVERNA Vocal Music Vocal Music Physican Education IRETA WILLIAMS Speech and Hearing N, ffipf- ,fjff ,, 'v,,,- ff" 'Ily- fff 'ffx,,ff -p'L??:f'f" :" 31'-.f-- rM,,,,.,- K ,,,,.,...- ',r,,. iii., ,.-f"' ,,,..-f' ,.,-'- ,...--"' "QQ,f ,....v-f-""" ,,,...o-"' '-,,,....-oe-" ON THE MOVE IN ADVERTISING We Salute You Eastwood Schools Teaching the Principles of Freedom and Good Citizenship QMURIBUSUNUNN FRED CHAMBERS Virginia Hayward Michael Jacobs James Cline Fred Chambers THE WILLIAMSON'S LocKER PEARL OIL 81 Meat Cutting and Freezing L' P' CO' INC. Pemberville, Ohio MARSH WINTON Distributors of Marathon Products Bottled and Bulk Propane Gas Phone Bowling Phone 352-6792 Green LUCKEY HARDWARE 123 South Main St. Bowling Green Dealers in household, farm, and busines s hardware APPLIANCE CENTER Luckey, Ohio WOOD COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATlON,INC. If LANDMARK Box 31 7, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402 Telephone: 352-5231 BRANCHES AT: CYGNET CYGNET FERTILIZER PLANT HASKINS Phone: 655-3191 Phone: 655-3261 Phone: 823-6331 T G 8. W FOOD PRODUCTS OF OHIO INC. "The Pizza That Pleases the Most People" Refrigerated and Frozen TO SUIT YOUR - -EY' State Route 199 ' " VJ 1 1K TASTE Pemberville gl,- fx I Q 6339 ' QC J Sheet Music 'IV , Records Radios Stereos Eg Gmc. b-A .Jon TaPe ...r Recorders Admiral -.Motorola Sylvania T. V. Guitar s Drums Ukeles I-Ieatherdowns at Key Avenues IIEIIIIV .- d o Q Y , le 0 Says: S ,ml 'A' 'E we want 5 rennm m I T Asn "nel Annan" 3? -- Today's classrooms furnish knowledge that will help in tomorrow's world. That's why Toledo Edison urges employees to improve their skills, abilities and mental growth through company-sponsored educa- tion and training programs such as: EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PLANS ADVANCED MANAGEMENT COURSES FOREMANSHIP CLASSES SPECIAL ON THE JOB TRAINING AND STUDY But, we also encourage other people to continue their education so they can qualify for increafingly important jobs such as those at Toledo Edison. TOLE D0 EDISON A good place to work THE BANK OF WOOD COUNTY CO. The Largest Bank in Wood County 130 S Main Street Bowling Green Branches Offices University Offices Perrysburg Office 445 East Wooster Street 131 Louisiana Ave. Bowling Green Perrysburg North Baltimore Office 214 North Main Street North Baltimore Member of Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE LORRAINE OIL CO. Distributor of Sunoco Products Printed Invoices Radio Dispatched T k k 1006 North Main st. XX an True S Bowling Green Phone: 354-6801 WOOD COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS ASS'N I-Ieermeier Implement, B. G. Reinhart Sales Inc. , B. G. Massey-Ferguson Farm Center, B. G. Speck Sales Co. , B. G. Len's Implement Sales, North Baltimore Wood County Farm Equipment, B. G. LAFFERTY'S LEISURE Homes 4 vswfl Aff, X I! K JW-1 a' yn y N, .fxjl 4 , if H nm, AX' 1 4 i"'7"ff-In ww ' If fhvx-'X in 'Z' ' g LX ' 'F 2 " V X I 1 e if' f fqt XXX g il, rf' I I . f 1 8 O 'I av. gf In '- - 5 , Q 9 ,Q 1 4, M , -fi' L 1 E f 1 e .ffl .Q X YE A4 LW As l , x fy. 1 1 i n Vesxv Y ' J 5. E nu I- i -i-up - Y I I' l!ll!l N" 'ug I' N - 2 1 '-- H' N f ' . . if , A E 4 fjx " y 1 NV! W1 F F wx 51 ' fi 1' mwmllw all F S F 2 ....e F 1 f N , p . 1.2 ,. V vm.: - E-, H My J,-Mlm - ,W . ,guy - -f 1 - .. , -an "'- -5741. " - ' " 7. uf L , , CV . ' 7 ' X ' lr - ' ' .: F. V, 1 . X J f X , o f , fre , K azz: I , Q --.o L Take a New Look at Living . . . Created by a Proven Manufacturer of Fine Homes . . . . . Marshfield's Family of Fine Homes. JOHN AND DOROTHY LAFFERTY U.S. Route 20 Lemoyne, Ohio Phone 837-5575 Stony Ridge, Lemoyne ROTHSCHILD LIVESTOCK division of the Bachrach Co. stocker and feeder cattle buyers of fat cattle I-Iogimarket every Monday and Wednesday Phone 837-5000 Stony Ridge GROVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY Manufacturer of the "Harogators" Luckey Phone 833-3183 ED-AL BARBER SHOP Pemberville Phone complime nts of THE HOBART AND BOWLUS COMPANY Pernberville's only department store appliances paints dry goods shoes Pemberville Phone 287-3204 KLOTZ FLOWER FARM Bowling Green Phone 353-3911 ARI NG MEAT PROCESSING Cutting, wrapping, and freezing Beef by quarter and half Open November 15 - April 15 Phone 833-3914 Bowling Green THE NEUHAUSER HATCHERIES INC. For more profit on the farm, I P Talk to us about . 'I Hy-Line layers in cage houses I . - ,., ,,.1. --4-N ' . , . . -tn Q P V vg1?":.iir g32j5fZ??"TiQ1af":r A ? , NORMAN C. DR EWES "ly, 9,9 I up ,A in N3 3 ' ' 41:92-T fwWf?:.1'i 14: 93 "fi manager - law' -Q. if54-.55 Phone 287-32.59 Pernberville t I ' to ' ' Q- -5 M 'IV' ' BUSDIECKER INC. Plumbing Heating Electric 109 Portage Street Woodville LUCKEY LUMBER CO. "Everything for the Builder" Cabinet-Making Phone .833-2.191 Luckey ROY H. LONGENECKER Northwestern Ohio Realty Company For Farms, Houses, or Business Opportunities Wood County Phone 287-3292 Pemberville E'EEKER'5 GENERAL STORE HERCULES STAMPING co. The Corner Store Dry Goods and Groceries Phone 287-3274 , State Route 105 Pemberville Pe1'nberv1l1e LANDWEHR CHEVRCLET INC. "Always a Good Deal" AAA Wrecker Service Phone: Luckey 833-2701 Lemoyne 837-5870 Luckey LEADER Eastwood School District's Only Newspaper All of the Area news for over 82 years Commercial Printing The Area's Largest Selection of Wedding Invitations Phone 287-3261 Pemberville w- - f , NIEMAN-BECKMAN FURNITURE-INC. Armstrong Linoleum and Tile Famous Name Furniture and Carpeting C. R. BECKMAN 221 East Front St. Pemberville I SAMSOM PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal Work TED AND DICK OTTE, QP1-ops. 3 234 Main Street Phone 833-2901 Luckey MEYER ELECTRIC 232 Main Street, Luckey Electrical Contracting Residential- - Commercial Electric Heat Installation Phone 833-2642 ,K :fame .W ,-....-,.,. , ,M U Y K f N-lffmiiiifir 1' pr., -L , -K ' , !:r-N.mL , Uk ' ' Til, I 'M' It - .... ..x,,r., I -Q . - 11.6 VARSITY LANES Snack bar Pro shop Shoe rental-Lockers Automatic pinsetters Air conditioned Subway ball return system ,.- ::::+.w GOTTSCHALK APPLIANCE Hotpoint Appliances Z enith, G. E. , Motorola T. V. 1 I Pho ne 3 5 2 - 5 Z4 7 Sa le s and S e r vi c e PUTT-,ZQPUT T Corne r of Sugar Ridge Road ::.1. zzi and U ' S ' R Oute Z 3 'iegiizie 'lz zzl. Q 5 X .eg zz. p .,.' zlgzzizii Q , ,... ',1-,, 3 ..1 , south Main st. R t 1 Amer ca ,S .L..- , npl- El, up .:.:: 2 2522522 B ng Gr e e n O11 C Most Popular Pernberville Nam? In Phone 833-3253 Puthng Courses! LIFETIME THE STONEY RIDGE MANUFACTURING CO. LUMBER CO. Sheet metal Dealers fabricating in and Lurnbe r A lurni num and spot Welding Phone 287- 3296 Pernberville Building Supplies Phone 837- 5262 Stony Ridge EDGEWOOD INN-MOTEL-RESTAURANT Air Conditioned Jct. U.S. 6 and 23 Phone 287-6339 Pemberville N W 'Q' . ' El-a - PETE'S SOHIO Gas, Oil, Accessories Confections, Tobacco, Ice West Front Street Phone 287-4242 Pemberville WHITE HUT DRIVE-IN Home of the Fabulous Super King Sandwich NOW . . . a SECOND Great White Hut to serve You 1480 East Wooster Street 945 South Main Street Open around the clock to serve you I oBlE's FLOWERS S ff, , ""rf. xx ilhvki xx I 'x , I L- I Flowers For Every Occasion ' A E We services 15 Mile Radius Area Ill I 411 Sherman Street 4 phone 237-3725 pemberville GLEN GRAFFICE AND SON INC. CONTRACTORS 31' General :lf Farm Surface Drainage 1' Excavating :if Equipment Rental 31' Highway :if Site Development if Paving 24 Sewers and Water Lines OFFICE: SHOP: Gibsonburg Woodville 114 Mile North on Route 300 112 Mile East on Us 20 Phone 637-2991 Phone VI 9-4661 VIC'S IDEAL INN Ideal Food Ideal Service Ice Cubes Sold for Parties, Etc. Monday Through Sunday . at to 6-00 A M to 2'3O A M 1 I l ,Q , . Y v o s - o o 1 lw,,'I1 "f'!"rxp 4 Sunday 12 Noon to 8:00 P. M. i if V .4 Q 4- Luckey HELM INSURANCE AGENCY "You've Tried the Rest, Now Get the Best Phone 833-2829 Luckey NATIONAL HIGHWAY GARAGE I 5 -, ,. , 8 in Qlmug R . N On Route 20 " y 'A 1 I Sales, Service, and Wrecker Service , A W ! A e2t'e M- 8 -, rr. 1 ,,,.. y- Phone 837-2866 Lemoyne W3" I S - 3 3 7 - 3 3 7 6 I I f 5 'ii f g z Compliments of: 1 SKU' 5 noN Blanc:-I BEAUTY INSURANCE SHOPPE Stony Ridge Ohio Stony Ridge 837-5140 Phone 837-5604 Lemoyne HECKMAN SUNOCO Gasoline Oil Tires Batteries Phone 833-3505 Luckey BIGELOW MUSIC SHOP 1 I-1 If-Il r G 1'-A J .. Sheet Music, Records, Band Instruments Radios, Organs, Televisions, Record Players, All Musical Accessories Your CG. Conn Inst. Dealer RCA Victor Dealer All Makes of Band and 5' Orchestra Instruments 'Your Neighborly Wood County Dealer' Only 12 Miles from Pemberville Rental Plans Available, Terms If Desired 126-130 Woester St. Evening by Appointments Bo lin Green Phones: 353-7303, 353-7308, 353-0261 W g Checking Saving Loans 222 South Main St. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member of F. D. I. C. Drive-Up Windows Walk-In Windows Farm Representative Bowling Green " 'TuCK'EY oE'AN'i' EQUIPMENT COMPANY Distributor of Tank Truck Service Tanks, Neptune Meters--Also Ser vice Gates Hose and Whiteway Lighting Western Hoists and Saylor Beall Compressors Fill-Rite Farm and Hand Pumps and A. Y. McDonald Brass Goods. Ever-Tite Quick Couplings and Balcrank Luckey Lube Equip. 833-4441 HAHN S IGA STORE Top Quality Groceries Choice Meat and Dairy Products Pernbe1'v111e Pemberville Rd. STONY RIDGE MOBILE HOMES Sales - -Service- -Parts Custom Styling in Your Choice of Monarch--Crest- -Tara RCA Vlctor Admlfal Toledo CH 4-7684 837-2881 Stony Ridge """"-"ii s'A'-'-I THE LUCKEY FARMERS' EXCHANGE ASS'N. Manufacturers of "Gro-Mor" Feeds Seeds, Grain, Liquid Nitrogen Bu1kFerti1izer, Farm Chemicals I Elevator s at Luckey Lemoyne' Woodville "7" TRUNKS DRIVE-IN Dairy Bar and Restaurant I U. S. Route 6 and Z3 Pemberville Phone 287-4121 I --1 - RIDGELY'S BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON Phone 287-3205 Pemberville L 1 u l l - '-r PEMBERVILLE I TRACTOR I SALES me 9153133 mum STORE Phone 287-3230 Pernberville I I l L. BURGE SMITH Nationwide Insurance Auto - Fire - Life - Health Phone 287-3231 Pemberville i 1 l THE PEMBERVILLE LUMBER CO. Builde r s Supplie s Cabinet Work Pemberville Phone 287-3206 -I EA I NN., I.. .. WNV" I f ,f- ' .wrap ' , v,M.i.,, f i KAHLER PHARMACY Cosmetics I Greeting Cards Records Diabetic Needs Sickroom supplies School Supplies Film and Photo Developing Prescription Service Phone 287-3238 Pemberville REEDERS FURNITURE 1 AND A uPHoLsTERY The Finest in Complete Home Furnishings Phone 354-2751 Bowling Green Tractors, Tillers, Lawn Mowers, Snow Casters, and other Power Equip. R 8: B Power Equipt. Lemoyne and Rees Road Phone 287-4492 Pemberville mm 1 m Q .. f , 5 l wxh. 1, '- BOWLING GREEN RAMBLER SALES Used and New Cars Quality Service North Dixie Highway Phone 353-7691 r...... ... ... .. THE CITIZENS : SAVINGS BANK CO. tw- . 'Q---...t MMNM, . D- , is fa, W" ' Q I , ,nd-1 K 2:25- rzwfii VE H1-: I ll H 1 ,,, i . ff,.,..t , . mf?-Hr, N I .. yi I "We Will Do for You Anything Any Other Bank Will Do." Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve Bank Phone 2.87-3211 Front St. Pemberville LUCKEY SUPER DOLLAR Top Quality Meats Fresh Vegetables as well as Frozen Foods Open Daily 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Closed Sundays Main. Street GRABENSTETTER s. soNs Dealers in Used Cars Chrysler' s Simca Sales and Service Bolen's - Toro - Lawnboy Outdoor Power Equip. 8:00 to 6:00 Daily 8:00 to 5:00 Saturdays Woodville Phone 849 - 2140 ,Y VVYYV,YYY Luckey THE STUDENT BOOK EXCHANGE New And Used Textbooks School Supplies and Stationery Books of All Types Sweat- shirts Souvenirs And ewelry U.S. Route 6 Bowling Green Complete Banking THE FARMER'S SAVINGS BANK "Your Friendly Bank" I Service 470 Interest on Savings State Route 20 stony Ridge Office Stony Ridge Member of Federal Reserve Banks Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Woodville Road Branch Office at Great Eastern Shopping Toledo Center DEL'S SUPER DOLLAR Complete Line of Groceries and Frozen Foods Garden Fresh Produce and USDA Choice Beef 106 Main St. Woodville HCLCOMB FUNERAL HOME L 3 'H OLCOIIBNP FUIEIA EARL K. HOLCOMB - -Director Z4-Hour Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped 110 West Main St. Phone 833-3991 Luckey, Ohio Area Code 419 BOBBIE ANN'S FLORIST Bubble AN Llp 5 T We Telegraph Flowers Anywhere Rental Service We Design to Your Satisfaction Member of Florafax Phone 833-3701 Luckey -..Q ..... .1 I... . S -. .- THE EXCHANGE BANK I Complete Banking Service in Two Locations with Savings Now Insured to 51515, 000 Luckey Office Ch e c kin g A c c ount s f ""'m'5"fM""i"""' 'i" 1 'MM ' Savings Accounts Ah' s s 5 E D . , Safe DeP0SitBOXeS WALBRIDGE OFFICE Loans , 9 I Member of Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Walbridge Office Luckey Walbridge I Phone 833-3401 Phone 691-4608 I l 1 B l 1 l92 n v. E. PETERSON co. p Lawn and Garden Equipment T Air Cooled Engines and Parts Toro---Wheel Horse 838-5911 Moline p EISENHOUR MOTOR SALES INC. WALTER EISENHOUR, Prop. Sales and Service 24-Hour Wrecker Service Phone 287-3771 Pernberville THE EAGLES NEST Fountain Service Fine Food Open Sundays Phone 287-3278 Pemberville STONY RIDGE DARI-SNAK Sandwiches and French Fries Cones --- Shakes --- Sundaes -- Malts Prop. EVERETT M. HAAS State Route 20 837-5899 Stony Ridge NEIDERMEIER AND HAAS SERVICE STATION C omplete Lubrication YOU ll TROIIBLES if 44 VAIISII Tire and Battery Service ' we Motor Tune-Ups 5'-Q N x . .3 I " R Phone TE 7-5751 stony Ridge . H ' C E WEISI.OW FORD, INC. ,,,. 'P ,.,-.- -5 izi ,, jQl3-l,g,Agf1i2,. t"- N- Main Street 1.,q .V s zlq gi f G' IX Bowling Green, Ohio FORD W Mustang . Falcon . Fairlane . Galaxie . Thunderbird "BUS" ROJEWSKI Bus. Phone 353-5361 . General Manager Res. Phone 288-4862 -nuq 'Utd DILL JEWELERS Quality Watches and Diamonds Fine Silverware and Gifts Registered Jeweler "American Gem Society" 129 South Main Bowling Green CAIN'S MARCELLE POTATO CHIP CO. INC. Chips Snacks Bowling Green, Ohio MOORE'S MARINE SERVICE N Q i 3 Henry Skiff Craft X Mariner Fibergla S Evinrude Motors Phone 287-4513 Pembervill THOMAS MOTOR SALES Studebaker Lark Sales Rees Road Pernbervill il . I HECKMAN'S TEXACO Ph 287-3773 em erv THE FORKS Food and your favorite beverages KEN BOCKBRADER and PAUL WIGGINS fProp. I Phone 287-3239 Pemberville SPRATT Music CENTER ee I accordions - guitars - band " 7 55 'S instruments I s N 5 E h yzf' M ' .5 pianos organs ' . I l N W y ""p ' S- sales - lessons - repairs - rentals . " .I 'lin' -.355 411' A of band instruments -- sisti .illlllllillllyll Qt N1'E2xNiXi' jj" -P V H, A 130 E. Washington Bowling Green l f , I , . Q -AA. .. 9. '-scam- I BOB SPRATT Phone 354-8215 , -, if ' ' THE PEMBERVILLE ELEVATOR ASS'N Feed - Seed - Coal - Grain Bulk and Bag Fertilizer Liquid Nitrogen and Anhydrous Ammonia Norge Appliances Motorola Radios and Televisions Complete line of Hardware Phone 287-3241 Pemberville As Business Manager of this yearbook I wish to thank the advertising patrons of this book for their cooperation. For those students reading this page I ask that you give these businessmen the patronage that they have given you and your school. One again I say thank you. Michael A. Phillips Business Manager Acknowledgments Dear Subscriber: At the beginning of the year, the staff was selected. During the year they worked diligently to make the 1967 Aquila the best yearbook in the history of Eastwood. While they contributed their time and energies, so did many other people. l would like to extend special thanks to the administration of our school, for they have helped make several important decisions. The cooperation of the teachers is also greatly appreciated. This book could not be printed without acknowledging the two people who had as much to do with this book as many people on the staff. These two people are the high school janitors, Mr. Brown, and Mr. Beeker. Many times they kept the school open late after school and opened it early Saturday mornings so that we might work. Although these few lines do not seem adequate, I especially thank these two people. To publish a yearbook, one must have two special advisors. The first is the staff advisor, Mrs. June Davis. She has been a great aid in helping us with all the problems involved in assembling the book. Many times she has stayed late after school just to help us. The second advisor is a person whom few people outside the staff ever met. He is the Taylor yearbook counselor, Mr. Dick Swiech. Mr. Swiech has given invaluable advice to us in any area in which we have been troubled, and has helped us out of trouble more than once. I wish to thank him for his extreme patience. While it may seem out of place, here I would like to interject and extend a thank-you to the staff of the 1967 Aquila. My staff this year has been a very excellent one, and as time passes each succeeding yearbook should be better than the last. Finally, there is one person whom I have failed to thank, and that is you, the subscriber. Without you this book could not be printed. We of the Aquila staff feel that this book belongs not only to the school, but alsoto the community. As I conclude this letter, I again wish to thank all those I have previously mentioned. Lastly, I wish good luck to the staff of the 1968 Aquila. May you have the pleasant memories that I have. Yours truly, Sherri Matheny E Editor-in-Chief Michael Phillips - - Jane Busdeker - - Barbara Fries ---- Brenda Nollenberger Bonnie Watkins - - - Michael Parrish - - Associate Editors - - Business Manager ---------- CopyEditor - - Senior and Underclassmen Editor Junior High and Elementary Editor - - Organizations Editor - - Sports Editor Autographs Autographs TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" - xyfrds r 1- 3? 35 11 ,Q nw'-f -. wg: , 51.5 v


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