Edison High School - Reflections Yearbook (Milan, OH)
- Class of 1973
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TOP FAR LEFT: Penny Krenzer, senior attendant. BOTTOM
FAR LEFT: Kathy Likes, senior attendant. CENTER: Marilyn
Cline, 1972 Homecoming Queen. TOP RIGHT: Suzi Lambert,
freshman attendant. TOP: Patti Brunow, junior attendant. BOT-
TOM: Judy Spoerr, sophomore attendant.
SHAFER STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Milan 84 Lakewood, Ohio
TOP LEFT: Co-Captains Dave Gormley and John
Hyde presenting Queen Marilyn with the game
football and the traditional roses. BOTTOM LEFT:
1972 Homecoming Queen and her court. TOP
RIGHT: Denise Plumb and Paul Slone enjoying the
Homecoming dance. BOTTOM FllGHT: Queen
Marilyn Cline takes a break from the dance to cut
the homecoming cake while her escort, Craig
Finnen looks on.
Students Get Spirit
of '72 Homecoming
To get the spirit of everyone moving for the Home-
coming October 20-21, a bonfire and pep rally were
returned to the festivities this year. They were held
the night before the game at the high school athletic
field with everyone enjoying cider and doughnuts
served by the Edison Athletic Boosters. ln addition to
this, the usual crowning of the Queen and the dance
On the crisp and rainy October day of Edison's
Homecoming, Marilyn Cline took the crown as
Queen. Marilyn and her court were presented to the
public prior to the high-scoring win over Western
This year the student body and the football teams
chose lVlarilyn to represent Edison High School as
their Queen. Her court consisted of seniors, Kathy
Likes and Penny Krenzerp junior, Patti Brunowp soph-
omore, Judy Spoerrp and freshman, Suzi Lambert.
To the beat of "The Thief" a large crowd enjoyed
the Homecoming Dance held in the school cafeteria
the evening of October 21.
Planning of the festivities were headed by the Stu-
dent Council and advised by lVIr. lVlichael Schifer with
members of the Senior Class participating. Finances
of the dance were shared between the Student Coun-
cil and the Class of '73.
TOGETHER WE SHARE THE
MOMENTS WE HAVE
TOP LEFT: Edison students show creativity by collecting wood
for the bonfire. BOTTOM LEFT: Roger Rooker takes time out to
practice. TOP CENTER: Twirling to the beat is senior majorette,
Kim Buehrle. BOTTOM CENTER: Building the school spirit up
are senior cheerleaders: Robin Bartlett, Sandy Easier, Shelley
Obermiller, Jamie Foos, Penny Krenzer. TOP RIGHT: Jamie Roos
and John Cooke share the cleanup work in family living. FAR
RIGHT: Bud Bishop, Gary Whaley and Dan Rosekelly view films
of EHOVE classes. RIGHT: Ty Martin and Doris Heckelman work
"WELCOME TO THE MONKEY
HOUSE" Was Presented
By E.H.S. Drama Club
Edison Drama Club presented "WELCOME TO
THE MONKEY HOUSE," a play in two acts, on
November 17 and 18 in the high school
The play, written by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., cen-
tered around a community theater group involv-
ing rehearsals, casting, and producing perform-
ances for the public.
The cast included Julie Hibbard as Hazel
Bergeron, Craig Gribben, George Bergeron, Laura
Micheals, Diana Glampers, Patsy Hamons, Doris
Sawyer, Harry Nash, Patty Hall, Helene Shaw,
Debbie Hohman, Catherine, Marcia Gabel, Nancy,
Margie Davis,Mary, Bill Schroeder, Arthur Baker,
Fran Early, Susan Baker, Vicki Taylor, Edis
Baker, Karla Kamens, Marion Bockman, Rob
Johnson, Lew Harrison, Bill Fecych, Jim Donnini,
and Estel Canterbury as Mrs. Crane.
Revolving around the trend of buying happi-
ness, the plot is about a young school age boy,
who is really turned off by school, however one
particular teacher has trust and faith in him and
helps him find happiness.
TOP RIGHT: Bill Schroeder, Rob Johnson, Craig
Gribbon-broadcasting Euphio. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Laura Micheals, Marcia Gable, Debbie Hohman,
Patti Hall, Danny Hutchinson, Patsy Hammons,
Karla Kamens, Estel Canterbury, Bill Fecych,
Vickie Taylor, Margie Davis, Fran Early. BOTTOM
ROW: Bill Schroeder, Dennis Boose, Rob Johnson,
Craig Gribbon, Julie Hibbard. TOP LEFT: Bill
Fecych getting made-up. BOTTOM LEFT: Dennis
Boose and Patti Hall in the first act.
TOP: Choral Ensemble members sing at
Arbor Day program. MIDDLE LEFT: Mrs.
Thomas Ward, Berlin Garden Club, serves
punch at the reception. MIDDLE RIGHT:
Garden Club members during program in
auditorium. BOTTOM: Mr. Nick Georgia-
fandis conducts Stage Band.
TOP: Robin Bartlett prepares to place jar containing names of seniors by the tree.
Other seniors in picture are Bernie Fleming, Becky Bristol, John Hyde, Charles
McConnell, Mike Poyer, John Zadell and Wayne Whitehead. LEFT: Miss Ovidia
Guraderrama, Ecology Club adviser and Spanish teacher, speaks on ecology prac-
tices. BOTTOM: Greg Hire, Senior class president, accepts tree from the Garden
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TOP LEFT: Peter IKerry Wescottl, Mrs. VanDaan
lPatty Halll, Anne Frank lLaurie Simpsonl, Mr.
Frank IDennis Boosel, Mr. Dussell IEdwin Marksl,
Mrs. Frank lGlenda Brunsl, Margot iLaura
Michealsl celebrating Chanukah. BOTTOM LEFT:
Anne Frank lLaurie Simpsonl teases Peter IKerry
Westcottl. TOP CENTER: Glenda Bruns being
made-up backstage before the play. BOTTOM
CENTER: Mr. Frank IDennis Boosel comforts
Anne lLaurie Simpsonl. TOP RIGHT: The shock
of being discoveredg left to right-Rob Johnson,
Patty Hall, Laurie Simpson, Kerry Westcott, Den-
nis Boose. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. VanDaan lFlob
Johnsonl seeks condolence from his wife lPatty
Halll. FAR FIIGHT: Mr. Frank IDennis Boosel
Life at Edison
Grovers Chemical Inc.
TOP LEFT: Randy Deehr, Randy Barker, and
Tony Robinette use their library privileges.
FAR LEFT: Making crystals. BOTTOM
LEFT: Biology aquarium. TOP CENTER: Mr.
Ross, Booster Club president, serves refresh-
ments at the Snake Dance and Bonfire. BOT-
TOM CENTER: Mr. Kile feels the tensiDr1 of
the match. TOP RIGHT: Cheerleaders Linda
Lake, Jamie Foos, Shelley Obermiller sit out
half time. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tom Hillman
stretches for the catch.
Recalling the Memories of 1972
TOP LEFT: Dave Dunham
persuades Joyce Twaddle to
make the right choice. BOT-
TOM LEFT: A rest for both
after a long hard marching sea-
son. TOP CENTER: David
Hupfer - "These darn pants!"
CENTER: A moment of re-
membrance. BOTTOM CEN-
TER: Mr. Rex Stanford,
speech teacher, taking a break
from every day chores. TOP
RIGHT: Micky Payne - "The
pain of it alIl" BOTTOM
RIGHT: Patty McWilliams
helps trim the tree to start the
holiday spirit. FAR RIGHT:
Janitor Larry Burdue ends a-
nother day at Edison.
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TOP LEFT: Crutches didn't stop
Tom Sanders from attending the
annual Junior-Senior Prom. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Mark Gribben and
Diane Siebert take time out. CEN-
TER: Dan Pritt and date enjoy the
evening. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Quenching her thirst, Mrs. Grimm.
TOP RIGHT: Karin Meyers and es-
cort dance to the music of the
On the morning of lVlay 19 it was a cafeteria.
By noon it was a mass of crepe paper and a tangle
of ladders with students working energetically to-
ward the completion of "Childhood lVlemories."
The transition from cafeteria to a dreamland
was completed by 8:00 and was made possible by
the work and planning of the Junior class of Edi-
son High School with Lindy Agee as social chair-
man, and lVIrs. lVlargery Lindecamp, and lVlr. Jim
Whittington as faculty advisers.
Entertainment started off the evening with the
"Mach 4" performing variations of slow moving
music. lntermissions provided Warner Brother
Cartoons. Throughout the evening refreshments
were served by the Junior class mothers.
The moods of childhood memories were set by
cartoon characters arranged systematically around
the cafeteria and the auditorium. Olive Oil,
Dumbo, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs were
featured as lifesize characters with cartoon paint-
ings on the walls. Center table decorations pro-
vided suckers which gave the students a chance to
go back into their childhood memories.
After Prom entertainment was held at Jolly
Lanes, Bellevue, Ohio, where recreational facil-
ities were provided.
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of attraction. BOTTOM CENTER: Chaperones, Mr. and IVlrs. Nick Georgia-
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1972 EDISON CHARGER SQUAD
TOP ROW: Head Coach Jim Whittington, Mgr. Mark Mason, Bruce Doerner, Jeff Geason, Mike Phillips, Randy Taylor, Mike Lutes, Bob Boyden,
Howard Swartz, Brian Willis, John Bostater, Russ Bristol, Coach Tom Ferguson, Coach Dick Taylor, Coach Jerry Osborne. ROW TWO: Coach Dave
Kile, Ken Springer, Dale Shane, Tom Sanders, Dave Dunham, Tom Moon, Jim Salmons, Dan Lake, Dan Willis, Terry Cheesman, Jim Springer, Mgr.
Bill Boyden. BOTTOM ROW: Dan Pritt, Gene Fernandez, Paul Slone, John Hyde, Dave Gormley, Co-Captains, Jeff Einerson, John Zaclell, Ralph
O'Hara, Craig Finnen.
Chargers Tie for Second in F.C.
Coming within a half game of the Firelands Con-
ference Crown, the Chargers compiled a 6-1-2
ln the opening game, the Chargers had a con-
vincing 26-0 defeat over Columbia Station for their
eighth consecutive win. This marked the fifth year
in a row that the Raiders failed to score a single
point against the Chargers' tenacious defense.
The next Edison opponent was the Wellington
Dukes who held the Chargers to a 14-14 draw. The
Dukes tied Edison in the final tvvo minutes of play
to steal a victory from the Chargers that was
The Edison gridders opened up their conference
play with a 64-O shellacking of the South Central
Trojans. The Chargers rolled up an astounding 636
yards in total offense.
Edison's next conquest was the New London
Wildcats. The Chargers soundly defeated the Cats
with a 13-0 victory on a mudsoaked field.
The Chargers' most challenging and physical
game came when they faced the Black River
Pirates. The Pirates held the Chargers to a 14-14 tie
at the half. Edison came back in the second half
and took advantage of the penalties against the
emotional Pirates to defeat them.
ln a close game the Edison Chargers defeated the
Monroeville Eagles by the score of 14-12. The
Chargers kept their finesse through the game even
though they had two apparent scores called back
Facing the Western Reserve Roughriders for
their fifth annual Homecoming game, the Chargers
scored at least twice in each quarter to defeat the
Roughriders by a lopsided score of 64-25.
When the Chargers faced their perennial rival,
the St. Paul Flyers they suffered their first defeat
of the season. This defeat ended the Chargers' thir-
teen game winning streak. The Flyers defeated
Edison on a mudsoaked field by the score of 14-6.
The final game of the season and a must win for
the Chargers came when they faced the Mapleton
Mounties on another mud spattered field. Neither
team could hold on to the pigskin long enough to
score although the Chargers did have a score called
back by a holding penalty late in the fourth
quarter. The Edison Chargers ended their season
with a O-O tie with the Mounties and also losing a
piece of the crown by a half a game.
Edison Varsity Scoreboard
26 Columbia Station 0
14 Wellington 14
64 South Central 0
13 New London 6
28 Black River 14
14 lVlonroeville 12
64 Western Reserve 25
6 St. Paul 14
0 Nlapleton O
Gene Fernandez being brought down by a South Central Trojan after a
Dave Dunham runs wild against South Central.
TOP: Torn Sanders picking up a
first down against Black River on a
pass from Fernandez. BOTTOM:
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yardage in the Nlonroeviile game.
BOTTOIVI: Gene Fernandez being brought down by a South Cen-
tral Trojan. TOP: Dan Lake picking up long yardage against South
LEFT: Dave Dunham picking up another score in the South Cen-
tral game. TOP RIGHT: Jim Salmons about to end a South Cen-
tral receiver. TOP LEFT: Gene Fernandez plunging over for a
score in the Columbia Station game.
Freshmen Have Successful Season
FRONT ROW: Randy Porter, Ed Rice, Paul Bennett, Roger
Dubuc, Mark Slsson, Jack VanWinkle, Tony Robinette, Ron
Hutchins, Pete Brunow, Randy Deehr, Andy Haeuptle, Terry
Gable, Tim Shelly. ROW TWO: Jerry Osborne, Head
With a 5-2 Mark
Dan Plumb, Randy Barker, Ken Pittenger, Dale Koch, Jim
Henry, Dan Payne, Dan Flosekelly, Mark Sommers, Chuck
Thomason, Assistant, Tom Bibb, Assistant.
Edison Chargers Scoreboard
6 Black River 27
14 Willard 6
28 New London 6
14 Keystone 6
26 Columbia Station 0
18 Huron O
8 Norwalk 20
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TOP LEFT: Dan Plumb and Pete Brunow moving in to make a tackle.
BOTTOM LEFT: Flon Hutchins putting on the moves against a Nor-
walk clefender. TOP FllGHT: Randy Deehr picking up blocks from Jim
Barker and Mark Sommers. BOTTOM RIGHT: Pete Brunow bolting
ahead for yardage.
Three Edison Grapplers Attend State
Dave Gillard struggling to gain control over another opponent. KNEELING
LEFT: Dave Gillard, Pat Haeuptle, Jeff Einerson, Mike Lewis, Pete Brunow, Scott
Schaeffer, Jim Springer, Ken Springer, Jim Fortsen, Dan Willis, Terry Cheesman,
Bart Hibbard, Terry Nolan, STANDING: lVlgr. Mike Shover, Coach Wayne Roth,
Coach David Kile.
58 Port Clinton 3
26 Woodmore 24
16 Norwalk 32
22 Vermillion 27
21 Bellevue 27
20 Toledo Rogers 36
18 Southview 34
23 Huron 22
Edison had three grapplers go to State this
season, and one came home ranked. Jeff
Einerson, the Chargers 112 pounder, ended
up sixth in the A-AA wrestling.
Edison compiled a 3-5 dual meet record
but collected an envious amount of tourna-
ment wins including first in the Edison Invita-
tional and the Firelands Conference.
Jim Springer and Dan Willis were the other
two Chargers that made it to State, but both
were defeated in their first match and knock-
ed out of competition. Einerson made it to
State by placing first in the District and first
in the Sectionals for the second season in a
row. Springer gave himself State hopes by
ranking fourth in the District and third in the
Sectionals. Willis made it by placing third in
the District and second in the Sectionals.
Einerson ended up the season with a 28-3
record and a career record of 70-12.
TOP LEFT: A tense moment for Coach David Kile. TOP RIGHT:
Mike Lewis in full control. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jeff Einerson places
first in Edison Tourney. ABOVE: Bruce Kinnard about to pin his
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Edison's reserve wrestlers came up with a winning
record of 4-2 this season by placing second in the Belle-
vue tournament and also ranking second in the Monroe-
The other matches the reserve grapplers encountered
were victories against the Western Reserve Roughriders
Narsityl, Toledo Woodmore, Bellevue Redmen, and the
Lorain Southview Saints. The only two defeats placed on
the reserve's record were at the hands of the Norwalk
Truckers and Toledo Rodgers.
Some of the top reserve wrestlers for the Chargers were
Clarence Stanley, who placed first in the Monroeville
tournamentp Mike Lutes, who also placed first at Monroe-
ville and third in the Bellevue tourney, Andy Haeuptle
and John Knallay both placed third in the two tour-
20 Norwalk 32
35 Bellevue 23
21 Toledo Rogers 34
31 Lorain Southview 24
57 Toledo Woodmore 12
STANDING: Mark Mason, Bob 5
Boyden, Tom Moon, Roger Dubuc.
KNEELING LEFT: Bill Boyden,
Ty Martin, Howard Swartz, Dan
Rosekelly, Don Van Winkle. SIT-
TING: John Knallay, Andy
Haeuptle, Randy Deehr, Jack Van
Edison Varsity Falls to 3-16 Halt
Edison High's varsity basketball squad, under the
direction of Coach Micheal Schifer, ended the season
in seventh place in the Firelands Conference. Edison
had an overall record of 3-16.
In the Chargers' first win they beat the St. Paul
Flyers in their first encounter of the season by a close
score. In that squeaker Ron Young tallied 19 points
to pace the way.
The next win came against St. Paul's for the second
time in the 1972-73 season. John Cooke led the way
with 17 points.
In the season final the Chargers won in a come-
from-behind victory over the Black River Pirates. .
John Cooke, senior, led the team in scoring with
217 points for an average of 12.0, and Dan Lake,
junior was second with 161 points and an average of
The big Blue and Orange hit the boards for 283
offensive rebounds and 463 defensive rebounds for a
total of 746 karooms.
At the charity stripe the Chargers made 224 of 409
free throws for 59 percent.
48 Norwalk 78 66 Monroeville 91
57 Monroeville 75 35 South Central 63
44 South Central 75 30 Western Reserve 38
75 Western Reserve 98 59 St. Paul 52
50 St. Paul 49 53 Mapleton 66
49 Mapleton 50 59 New London 90
55 Firelands 62 56 Black River 48
60 New London 67
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RIGHT TOP: Ralph O'Hara coming
down with a rebound against New
London with John Cooke 144i
looking on. BOTTOM, KNEEL-
ING: Coach Michael Schifer.
STANDING: Mgr. Tom Klepper,
Ron Young, Bill Latham, Dale
Shane, John Cooke, Ralph O'Hara,
Dan Lake, Paul Phillips, Jim Pyle,
John Zadell, Mgr. Mike Smith.
Ron Young, junior, led the team in steals with 82.
John Cooke had the highest percentage of field
goals. He attempted 193 and canned 83 of them for
John Cooke was selected to the second team all-
conference with Ron Young getting honorable
John Cooke was voted most valuable player of
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tions during a time out. BOTTOM RIGHT: Rich Mills all alone for two.
Reserve Pull Through 8 10 Season
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39 Norwalk 43
41 Monroeville 37
45 South Central 26
38 Western Reserve 31
42 St. Paul 41
45 Mapleton 50
38 Firelands 48
23 New London 34
28 Huron 50
30 Black River 36
33 Margaretta 38
32 Monroeville 40
44 Western Resenre 22
49 South Central 34
46 St. Paul 41
36 Mapleton 46
58 New London 48
30 Black River 32
Despite an 8-10 record the Reserves played excit-
ing ball throughout the season.
They lost their first game to Norwalk and then
went on to win four conference games in a row
against Monroeville, South Central, Western Reserve
and St. Paul. The Chargers then lost seven in a row,
three which were non-conference games. The Reserve
cagers then bounced back to win three games against
South Central, Western Reserve, and St. Paul.
Near the end of the season the Reserves lost to
Mapleton, and then came back to defeat New Lon-
don. ln the season finale the Chargers lost a squeaker
to Black River.
Rich Mills, junior, led the team in scoring with 165
points for an average of 9.2 points a game.
The Reserves averaged 40.0 points on offense and
gave up 39.0 points on defense.
UPPER RIGHT, KNEELING: Manager Loren Heckelman, Coach Jerry
Osborne, Manager, Micheal A.. Smith. STANDING: Jeff Geason, Terry
Hall, Steve Crecelius, Brian Willis, Rich Mills, Tony Robinette, Scott
Burras, Pat Livengood, Darrell Maines, Wayne McCoy, and Gordy
Moyer. BOTTOM RIGHT: Finding it hard to make 2 is Tony
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Finishing the 1972-73 season, the Chargers little
cagers posted a commendable 5-6 won-loss record and
finished fourth in the Black River Invitational Tour-
nament. The little Chargers were coached by first-
year mentor, Tom Ferguson.
For the season, the Chargers posted a game point
average of 41.0 points and held their opponents to
39.9 points a game.
Edison was lead by two outstanding shooters, with
Wayne Raboin and Dan Payne averaging 9.9 and 9.5
The highest total points scored in one game were
23 by Dan Payne in a losing cause to New London.
Wayne Raboin was the only player to be selected
to the all-tournament freshman team.
28 St. Paul 32
50 New London 53
49 Huron 47
39 Margaretta 31
48 New London 46
38 Black River 17
40 Huron 42
41 Perkins 55
29 Norwalk 41
40 St. Paul 65
49 Black River 10
Black River Tournament
49 Medina 29
36 Lorain Catholic 57
43 Mapleton 47
UPPER LEFT, FRONT ROW: Coach Tom Ferguson, Wayne Raboin,
Dan Payne, Jim Henry, Tim Fahning, Manager Roger Rooker. BACK
ROW: Chuck Hippler, Mark Sisson, Todd Taylor, Chuck Morgan, Dale
Koch, Jim Weilnau, Bob Wikel. BOTTOM LEFT: Dale Koch going for
two against St. Paul's.
Edison's Track Squad Places Second
Edison track team finished the 1973 season in sec-
ond place behind IVlapleton in the Firelands Confer-
ence track meet. Dennis Spradlin was the first track-
man ever to win the 220 and 100 yard dash three
years in a row.
ln dual meets the Chargers finished with 1 win and
4 losses. The only win was against Western Reserve
73-54. The thinclads also competed in three trian-
gular meets. They won against Western Reserve and
South Central 83M-542-19 and came in second
against lVIargaretta and Old Fort 682-62M-24M-28,
and Columbia Station, Columbus South 69M-65-242.
At the sectional track meet John Bostater finished
first, Dan Pritt and Tom Sanders finished second, and
Dennis Spradlin third in their events and qualified for
Although Dan Pritt failed to go on into the state
finals, he finished fourth in the District.
During the track season four records were broken:
John Bostater in the discus 139.72 feet and the shot
put 51.1 feetp Dan Pritt, long jump 21.421 feet, and
Tom Sanders in the pole vault, 12.6 feet.
Dan Pritt was voted most Valuable Player for the
eighth annual lVlargaretta relays. Dennis Spradlin
scored the most points during the season with 181
points and was also named the lVlost Valuable in
UPPER LEFT, ROW ONE: Mike Smith, Bruce Kinnard, Dale
Weitzel, Dan Pritt, Dennis Spradlin, Ron Wallace, Bill Weitzel.
ROW TWO: Roger Phillips, Emery Putnoky, Brad Hayes, Don
Opfer, Jeff Chauvin, Ed Putnoky, Bob Wilcox. ROW THREE: Jim
Springer, John Bostater, Bob Hayes, Harry Viock. ROW FOUR:
Howard Yunghans, assistant coach: John Feyedelem, head coach.
BOTTOM LEFT: Charger scorekeepers waiting for the field events
to begin. TOP LEFT: Don Opfer pushing hard at the finish line.
FAR UPPER RIGHT: Nancy Bastien, Joy Graham, and Robin
Taylor waiting for the meet to start. FAR LEFT: John Bostater
watching the discus fly. ABOVE: Most Valuable Trackman Dennis
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during meet with Huron. ABOVE: Coach Howard Yunghans looks on
while Bob Wilcox and John Bostater are talking to a fan. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Dennis Spradlin stretching for yardage in the long jump.
RIGHT: John Bostater preparing to throw the discus.
Edison Western Reserve
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fourth Columbia Station Relays
Edison Western Reserve South Central
Edison placed 54M 19
Edison placed Toledo Blade Relays
fgurth Firelands Invitational
second lVlargaretta Invitational
Edison Nlargaretta Old Fort
622 68M 28
Edison placed Firelands Conference
UPPER LEFT: Roger Phillips leading the pack in the 100 yd. dash.
LEFT: Bruce Kinnard, senior runs the 120 high hurdles against Western
Reserve. ABOVE: Dale Weitzel high jumping during the Conference
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TOP ROW: Jeff Geason, Brian Willis, Loren Heckelman, Tony Robinette, Jim Salmons, Dan Willis. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Gfell, coach: Dennis
Barker, Darrell Maines, Randy Deehr, Gene Fernandez, Jack VanWinkle, Randy Barker. BOTTOM ROW: Richard Taylor, head coach: Bart Hibbard,
Tom Hillman, John Zadell, Jeff Still, Steve Shaw, Jack Meyers, Craig Finnen.
Edison Wins Sectional Crown
Edison High School turned out its winnlngest
baseball squad ever, including a sectional crown.
The Charger diamondmen got off to an outstand-
ing start by knocking off its first 13 opponents,
but then lost Lady Luck and thus dropped its last
Edison's opener came on April 7, a double
header with Vermilion. In the first game the Charg-
ers dropped out five hits which was enough to give
them a 4-0 win. The Chargers came on strong in
the nitecap as they knocked out seven hits to give
them an 8-3 victory.
Edison played errorless ball the first game and
made only one miscue in the second.
The next victim of the Charger big orange
machine was the lVlapleton lVlounties, who gave
Edison its biggest test but still fell to a 6-5 defeat.
On April 16, Edison faced its first Firelands
Conference opponent, New London. The Wildcats
plated four runs in the top of the first, but no
more the rest of the game. The Chargers then took
over and sent 16 runs across to mark their fifth
victory without a loss.
April 19 proved to be Edison's day as they
played their last game of the regular season and
downed lVlargaretta 3-O in a non-conference
Edison came upon its toughest encounter yet as
they met the lVlonroeville Eagles on the Charger's
home diamond and made them their eighth victory
by a score of 4-2.
lVlay 5 was the day Edison's team made school
history as they won their first sectional game by
defeating Ashland Crestview 5-1, which gave the
Chargers a 11-0 overall record.
Three days later the Chargers brought home the
first Sectional Crown ever at Edison, plus their
thirteenth victory, which was over Vermilion.
The Chargers dropped their last six games. The
other loss was their district encounter to Crestline,
The leading hitter on the squad was junior, Dan
Willis, with a .428 average. The leading pitchers on
the team were Steve Shaw, 6-3, and Jim Salmons,
5-3. Two fielders, Dan Willis and senior, Bart Hib-
bard went errorless this season.
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TOP LEFT Steve Shaw, senior pitcher, winds up for another
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Chuck McConnell was selected most valuable golfer
this year for Edison. Low score for the team was a 42
shot by freshman, Mark Sisson. This year's varsity
team broke last year's total team score three times.
Last year's team record was 202 strokes. This year
198, 201, and 200 were shot against St. Paul, one of
the matches they won. The team also beat Firelands
The Golf team finished their season with a 2-9
record. The varsity team consisted of seniors: Dennis
Boose, Chuck McConnell, Walt Frasher: sophomore,
Rick Hemchakp and freshman, Mark Sisson.
The reserve team freshmen Mark Stratton and
Terry Gable: and sophomore Bruce Dorner. They
finished with 05 record.
Varsity letters were awarded to Dennis Boose,
Chuck McConnell, Mark Sisson, and Rich Hemchak.
Mr. David Grimm was head coach.
TOP RIGHT: Mark Stratton, Terry Gable, Rich Hemchak, Walt
Frasher, Chuck McConnell, Mark Sisson, Eric Meyers, Chuck Hippler,
Mike Shover. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mike Shover practicing his putting at
the EIk's Country Club. ABOVE: Mark Sisson teeing off at the EIk's
Country Club. RIGHT: Chuck McConnell receives M.V.P. award on
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Open New Era
lntroducing girls interscholastic basketball
at Edison was another first in sports this year.
The team, although organized late in the sea-
son, showed steady improvement in team play
as well as in individual endeavor. However,
they had to settle for a 1-6 record.
The victory was over New London 28-18
with Linda Lake scoring a fantastic total of
The varsity team members were Linda
Lake, Joanne Stein, JoEllyn lsenburg, Kathy
Buehrle, Robin Taylor, Cindy Gliatta, Ann
Heckelman, and Joy Graham.
High point for the Varsity season was taken
by Ann Heckelman. Linda Lake was Most
Valuable Player of the season. JoEllyn lsen-
berg was the best foul shooter averaging 57
percent. The most improved player award was
given to Joy Graham.
The resenle basketball team finished their
season with a 3-3 record. Members of the
team were Libby Toler, Diane Moyer, Bonnie
Garwood, Sue Heckelman, Debbie Agee, Kim
Suhanic, and Melinda Booth. The coaches
were Lynette Cole, varsity, and Linda Berg-
stedt, reserve. The Most Valuable Player for
reserves was Diane Moyer, and the most im-
proved was Bonnie Garwood. The whole re-
serve team received certificates.
FRONT ROW: Joy Graham, Ann Heckelman, Robin Taylor
Cindy Gliatta. .BACK ROW:
lyn Isenberg, Kathy Buehrle,
FRONT ROW: Libby Toler,
BACK ROW: Coach, Linda
Linda Lake, Joanne Stein, JoEl-
Mrs. Lynette Cole, coach.
Diane Moyer, Bonnie Garwood
Bergstedtp Sue Heckelman, Deb-
bie Agee, Kim Suhanic, Melinda Booth.
Freshmen defeating St. Paul.
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Science Classes Take Field Trips
Field trips were on the agenda for
science students. IVlr. Theodore StoII's
advanced biology class went to the
National Aeronautics and Space Ad-
ministration Research Center in San-
dusky, Ohio, along with lVlr. David
Grimm's advanced chemistry class.
The advanced chemistry class also
went to the Henry Ford lVluseum and
Greenfield Village in Dearborne, lVlich-
igan, and also the Sunoco Oil Refinery
in Toledo, Ohio. The physics class
went to the Museum of Science and
Technology in Columbus, Ohio.
A new course, intermediate science
curriculum study ll.S.C.S.l, was offer-
ed under the direction of lVIr. Howard
Yunghans. The course was designed
for the students to work at their own
speed, and all of the sciences were in-
volved in the curriculum.
UPPER RIGHT: Seniors Bruce Kinnard and 'Rob Johnson await results
of an advanced biology experiment. MIDDLE LEFT: Junior Jerry
Drake concentrates on earth science. LOWER RIGHT: Freshman David
Hupfer in deep thought.
UPPER LEFT: Juniors Karla Kamens, Rich Nlills, and John Chauvin listen to Nlr.
David Grimm in physics. MIDDLE RIGHT: Marcia Kastor and Nanette Bateson,
juniors, perform an lNon Science Nlajorsl chemistry experiment. LOWER LEFT:
Greg Hire, senior, separated chlorophyll pigment in advanced biology.
Soph. English Classes Team Taught
Sophomore English classes were team taught by Mr.
David Kile, Miss Sophia Purcell, Miss Phyllis Frost, and
Mr. Rex Stanforth last year. It was the first time in which
this had been done.
The start of team teaching began a few years ago with
American history and literature, which is still being team
taught by Miss Purcell and Mr. John Feyedelem.
Mr. Stanforth, who also teaches speech, added drama-
tics to the school curriculum last year also, before, he was
teaching drama in his Speech ll classes.
TOP RIGHT: Shelley Obermiller ponders on a point' made by English litera-
ture teacher Mr. Steven Schauer. ABOVE: John Zadell and Jeff Einerson,
along with Mr. Rex Stanforth, record their WEHS radio broadcast. RIGHT:
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the freshman English class. LEFT: Don Van Winkle takes time out in his
English seminar to take some notes. ABOVE TOP RIGHT: English Ill stu-
dents finish homework assignments before class ends. ABOVE: Terri Lowry
gives her speech in her Speech I class.
This year a new teacher, lVlr. Thomas Ferguson,
a graduate of Findlay College, took the position
of physical education instructor and led 175 male
students in a dozen activities.
The main goal of the program was to develop
the students physically, mentally, socially, and
morally. Specific developmental goals were in the
areas of physical fitness, increased skill range and
accuracy, knowledge, attitudes and appreciation,
and better use of leisure time.
Activities included archery, speedball, soccer,
volleyball, basketball, football, softball, gymnas-
tics, badminton, and golf. Hopefully along with
the physical activities planned, students have a
carry over value that will prepare them to partici-
pate in activities outside of their school program.
Girls as well as boys used the Universal Gym, a
new addition to the physical education depart-
ment. The new machine was provided by the
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TER LEFT: Freshman girls use new weight machine. LOWER
RIGHT: Wayne Hobbernigg is a little apprehensive on the tram-
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calculator which the Board of Ed-
ucation purchased last year for the
math department, lVlr. Dixon Nlil-
ler's and lVlr. Jerry Osborne's stu-
dents are learning algebra and
advanced math much easier. lVlr.
Osborne also teaches general math
TOP LEFT: lVlr. Nliller helps explain a
problem to the Advanced Nlath Ill students.
TOP CENTER: Darrell Maines and Mike
Shover try to solve a problem together in
Algebra I. LEFT: Dave Gillard, junior, makes
use of the new calculator. ABOVE: Students
listen as Judy Clark, student teacher under
lVlr. Nliller, helps them solve a problem.
Approximately two hundred and fifty new books
were added to the library this year at a cost of twelve
hundred dollars. Nlrs. Jacqueline Roscoe and other
faculty members were responsible for choosing the
books along with other instructional material such as
filmstrips, tapes, cassettes, and records. The areas of
government and science were especially built up. A
volume of The World Book Encyclopedia was also
added. Fifty-five magazine titles were subscribed to as
well as the NATIONAL OBSERVER, the SANDUS-
KY REGISTER, and the CLEVELAND PLAIN
To augment the instructional material, and needs
of the teacher, audio visual equipment was also added
and kept in the library. Students were also known to
make use of the varied pieces of equipment for class
projects and extracurricular activity.
Paper back books were also available this year. The
library was not only a source of study it was also used
for the quiet conversation of students who could not
sit in the sometimes overcrowded student lounge.
UPPER RIGHT: Freshman Randy Porter chooses one of
the paperback books. MIDDLE LEFT: Rachel Shelly in
a thoughtful moment. LOWER RIGHT: Juniors Chris
Meyers and Patti McWilliams use library materials for
TOP: Estel Canterbury, Sarah Libby, Ludie
Ezell, Cheryl Stout, Becky Bristol, Carol Rice,
Etta Koonce, Donna Thompson, Lindy
Reising, Lucy Valentine, Karla Kamens. Chris
Meyers, Mrs. Jacqueline Roscoe. MIDDLE
LEFT: Randy Barker studying. MIDDLE
RIGHT: Rich Mills makes use of library
Senior Government Holds Convention V
TOP LEFT: Rick Gundlack, a Vietnam veteran, talked to the student
body on Veterans' Day as C. B. Sanders, principal, and Francis O'Don-
nell look on. ABOVE: Cheryl Gadd and Terri Poling wait for their
introduction to social studies class to start. RIGHT: Tom Klepper and
Mike Smith look on as Nlr. John Feyedelem lectures to an American
One of the prime items which occurred in history
classes this year were the conventions and election
which the senior government class held. Three parties
contributed to the election, the Nationalist, the
Federalist, and the American Peoples Party KAPPJ.
The John Cooke-John Zadell ticket took honors
for the APP when they made an overwhelming vic-
tory on November 7 against their opponents, Richard
Peabody, Federalist, and Ralph O'Hara, Nationalist,
winning the election by over 100 votes.
Nlr. Richard Taylor, new on the faculty, assisted
lVlr. John Feyedelem on this project. lVlr. Taylor also
taught world history, civics, and psychology and
Miss Phyllis Frost taught introduction to social
studies. Group discussions were the major source of
teachings there. She hoped the students learned more
from the discussions than from lecturing.
Seniors used NEWSWEEK magazine as one of their
textbooks throughout the year.
Industrial Arts Add New Instructor
lVlr. James Wittington joined the Edison faculty to
assist Nlr. Donald Day in teaching industrial art
IVlr. Wittington taught Industrial Arts I, II, III, and
IV. Industrial Arts I and II worked with welding, gen-
eral metals, and woodworking. lVIr. Day taught Indus-
trial Arts I and II and also Mechanical Drawing I and
II. Industrial Arts I was divided into one semester of
in-theshop and one semester of mechanical drawing.
Industrial Arts III and IV could make their own pro-
jects and would be graded according to the gradual
completion of the project throughout the grading
Arts and Crafts, a course designed exclusively for
seniors, was once again offered. Students in the class
made a variety of projects ranging from tie clips and
ear rings to clocks and leather boots. Senior boys
taking Industrial Arts IV had one semester of in-the-
shop and one semester in the arts and crafts class.
Seniors girls also took the course.
ABOVE RIGHT: Tom Peterson,
junior, makes some last minute
changes on his mechanical drawing
before handing it in. ABOVE: Dan
Graves, sophomore, practices mak-
ing circles with his compass.
RIGHT: Jeff Still, senior, sands
down his project in Industrial Arts
iv. FAH mei-IT: Mark sisson, 35-ns.
freshman, files out some rough
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amines his drawing before going on. ABOVE
RIGHT: Chris Welfle, senior, puts some last
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LEFT: Mike Smith, senior, makes some minor
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Headphones Help in
Ten courses were offered last year with no addition
of new courses. Nlrs. Marjorie Lindecamp taught
Typing I and Il and also Shorthand I which was
taught on a self rate basis. Students were instructed
by the teacher and were allowed to take tests when-
ever they felt ready.
Shorthand II was not offered last year because not
enough students had signed up for the course. The
headphones were used quite often, which, as both
instructors stated, helped tremendously, especially
for those students who needed practice or had make-
up work. Pre-taped lessons were used through the
headphones for those students.
Nlrs. Sue Holder taught seven courses last year
which included business law, economics, bookkeep-
ing, personnel typing, typing I and II, notehand, and
business principles, a course which is only in its
second year here at Edison.
Class sizes were about the same as last year. An
emphasis on consumer education was made through-
out the year because, as lVIrs. Holder described, is one
of the items which is facing the nation now and still
will in the future.
Six new Royal manual typewriters were also pur-
chased Iast year by the Board of Education.
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ABOVE RIGHT: lVlrs. Sue Holder passes out tests to her economics
class. LOWER RIGHT: Typing I students practice conditioning exer-
cises in their typing book. ABOVE: Holly Biemler types out some
extracurricular items for Typing I class on one of the electric type-
Work Study Handle Money Management
Mrs. Lynette Cole took over as the new instructor for
the work-study class last year. Areas of study which were
covered in class included mathematics, geography, his-
tory, English, money management, and a major look at
A time clock was used throughout the year for the area
of money management. Each student had a bank account
and was given a weekly salary for time spent in the class
of phoney money, which could be used to buy privileges
in and out of class.
On December 19, the students of all the classes held a
Christmas dinner for the administration in the home
economics room. The students did a real fine job on this
In Feburary they visited the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
They were able to view the entire process of how a news-
paper is published and all other courses of action which
takes place for its publication. Mrs. Cole uses the Plain
Dealer frequently in her teachings of the classes.
ln April an Awards Banquet was held to give recog-
nition to the students in each class.
' CENTER LEFT: Bill Burkett and Deb-
bie Darrow work on a geography prob-
lem while making use of the map. A-
BOVE LEFT: Gary Dillion looks on as
Mr. C. B. Sanders, principal helps himself
at the Christmas dinner which was held
on December 22. ABOVE: Donna
Thompson, Bob Hayes, and Wayne
Habernigg do some mathematical work
using the newspaper. LEFT: Debbie Dar-
row, Tom Eppler, and Darlene Sexton
discuss current problems.
"The highest purpose is to have
no purpose at all. This puts one in
accord with nature, in her manner
of operation."-John Cage
This summarizes the feelings of
art classes this year as they used
tools and materials of art "in her
manner of operation." The art
show clearly conveyed this feeling
of self-expression and limitless
ln addition to creating art, stu-
dents had the opportunity to see
and appreciate the art of others.
Art I and ll bussed to the Toledo
Nluseum of Art to see the museum
tour, while Art Ill and IV zipped
over to the Cleveland Art lVluseum
to see Swedish Textiles, and a
special treat: The Smith College
Collection of Nlasters' Unfinished
Mrs. Lavonne Satterfield be-
lieves art's main objective is to
keep the creative mind alive.
UPPER RIGHT: Wayne Whitehead looks on
as Mike Poyer poses for drawing au natural.
ABOVE: John Bostater and Dean Lasch hard
at work? RIGHT: Doris Heckelman and Jim
Fortson, each in their own world.
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music department, performing over 30 con-
certs. The year saw many competitions and
contests in the areas of band and choir, as
well as concerts given by the music depart-
ment as a whole.
The Nlarching Band this year had a bright
modern look that helped evoke school spirit
at the football games. Songs like "l Feel The
Earth lVlove" by Carole King and "Niac-
Arthur's Park" by Jimmy Webb set the pace
for a lively Marching Band. The band was
proud also to compete at the Ohio State Fair.
Stage Band increased membership to 27
members and added the sound of an electric
piano as they switched from music by
CHICAGO to BLOOD, SWEAT, and TEARS
and GEORGE HARRISON.
TOP: Christmas concert a huge success. MIDDLE: Woodwind
section of orchestra makes melodious music. BO'l'l'OlVl: Con-
Home Economics: Girls and Boys
Boys are cooking, sewing and
knitting? What's this school com-
ing to? Its senses. For years boys
have never known how to do these
things, and for years the bachelor
life has been somewhat trying at
times. There were serious and
humorous times this year as when
one boy put baking soda instead
of baking powder in his cake,
keeping if from rising. All in all,
though, it was "relevant educa-
tion." lt was something that they
would use later in life?
Home Economics I, ll, Ill, and
IV also received "relevant educa-
tion" in foods and nutrition,
clothing, child development, per-
sonality development, and interior
Nlrs. Rosemary Finnen and Miss
Linda Friend provided another
year of very useful opportunities.
UPPER LEFT: Mary Followay gets ready to
sew. UPPER RIGHT: Dale Weitzel sewing . . .
a pin cushion! RIGHT: Darlene Smith par-
takes of the mu nchy garlic bread.
TOP LEFT: Jamie Foos concentrates on her
dress pattern. IVIIDDLE LEFT: Dennis Boose
i?i and Doris Hecklemen try knitting. MID-
DLE RIGHT: Carol Fortson reads up on the
latest fashions. BOTTONI LEFT: Sandy
Thomas and Kim Laughlin prepare topping.
TOP LEFT: Gene Weilnau, Ron Wallace, and Gene Charville leave for
field trip. LEFT: Symbol of FFA. RIGHT: lVlr. Bruce Thayer consults
with Bonnie Garwood. TOP RIGHT: FFA leaves for another field trip.
RIGHT: Mr. Thayer shows welding techniques to boys and girls. FAR
RIGHT: Mr. Thayer provides extra touches.
Three Sections of Vo Ag This Year
Vocational Agriculture under the direc-
tion of lVlr. Bruce Thayer included two
classes for freshmen and sophomores and
one class for juniors and seniors, totaling
A major unit in classes I 84 ll was the
study of livestock and crop production
with the judging of animals on area farms
as laboratory work. A study of major crop
management, fertilizers, seed variety and
herbicides was also part of the work.
Finally there was a unit in mechanics with-
emphasis on welding.
Agriculture lll and IV were concerned
with farm management. This involved an
understanding of crops and rotation,
efficiency in space planning for livestock
as well as for crops, remodeling of barns,
and general farm maintenance.
Laboratory work in this class consisted
of the students' projects, some of which
were raising and marketing livestock or
crops and constructing or remodeling
buildings for better utilization in farming.
Students Learn lournalistic Skills
BELOW: Carol Spencer, Dennis Billups, Alexis Ross, Chris Meyer,
Jeff Geason, Lucy Valentine. RIGHT TOP: Becky Walker, Mike
Smith, and Kathy Finnen in class. RIGHT BELOW: Journalism
students, Don Reising, Mike Smith, and Tom Moon, with their
tour guide, begin their tour of the Lorain Journal.
Journalism I, a subject designed to
help students master skills in inter-
viewing, writing, and reporting, was
once again on Edison's curriculum last
year under the instruction of Miss
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Throughout the year students prac-
ticed writing columns, editorials, fea-
ture stories, and also studied some
A trip to the Lorain JOURNAL was
taken on March 26. Students viewed
the entire process in the publication
of a newspaper.
25 inducted Into
Edison's National Honor Society INHSI, an honor-
ary society for students in high school, held its annual
induction ceremonies May 30 in the high school audi-
Mrs. Margery Lindecamp, head faculty committee
adviser, along with Mr. Ted Stoll, Mrs. Rosemary
Finnen, and Mr. Dixon Miller made all the necessary
arrangements for the ceremony. The National Honor
Society is sponsored by the National Association of
Secondary School Principals.
In order to be inducted into NHS students must
have a accumulative point average of 3.0 or better in
all academic subjects and also have a required number
of points in character, service, and leadership and are
voted upon by the faculty for induction.
Leadership points are earned by the students activ-
ity in the school. The students receive points for each
activity they are involved in, such as class officer,
Student Council, etc.
Officers for last year's NHS were Greg Hire, pres-
identg Jo Ellyn lsenberg, vice presidentp Cathy Hoh-
man, secretary: and Janet Swicker, corresponding
Edison's Annual journalism banquet was held on
May 8 at the Reed House Restaurant in Nova, Ohio.
SPIRIT and REFLECTION staff awards were pre-
sented at that time. Miss Sophia Purcell, adviser, pre-
sented the awards.
Quill and Scroll, an honorary journalism society,
also inducted seven Edison students into the societyp
they were Patti Brunow, Gene Fernandez, Pam
Drake, Kathy Reer, Francee Early, Rob Johnson, and
TOP LEFT: National Honor Society officers and advisers. LEFT T0
RIGHT: Jo Ellyn lsenberg, vice president: Mr. Ted Stoll, adviser, Janet
Swicker, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Margery Lindecamp, adviser:
Greg Hire, president, and Cathy Hohman, secretary. LEFT: Greg Hire,
president, presides at National Honor induction. ABOVE: Quill and
Scroll'lJohn Carson Chapterl Gene Fernandez, Rob Johnson, Pam
Drake, Patti Brunow, Francee Early, Kathy Reer, Debbie Wikel.
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TOP LEFT: Biology class taking lecture notes. FAR RIGHT: Pete
Brunow and Randy Deehr choose carefully. CENTER: Carmen Likes,
Richard Fletcher, and Jim Thompson in civics class.
TOP LEFT: Jim Barker studying in the library. TOP RIGHT: A minute
between classes for freshmen Bonnie Justi, Oueta Lang, and Tammy
Caudill. ABOVE: Cindy Demuth concentrating on her art work.
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Sophomore officers: Bonnie Moore, president, Leanne
Leveritt, secretary: Mike Shover, treasurer: Gordon
Moyer, social chairman, Nancy Hart, vice president ab-
sent. BOTTOM RIGHT: Laura Wallrabenstein, Vicki
Lehmann, Kathy Murray, Darrell Maines, Mike Shover,
and Annette Gliatta answer questions in history class.
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McCoy studies chemistry intently. ABOVE: Loren Heckei-
man experiments with the math calculator. RIGHT: Dan
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Patty Fox relax with a card game.
ABOVE: Sophomores Vivienne Logan,
Brenda Cring, Peggy Ritz, Terri Lowry,
and Sharon Leber discuss the latest news
after lunch. LEFT: The class concen-
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Juniors Plan for Prom
Dave Gillard, president: Lindy Agee, secretary: Jim
Garwood, treasurer: Carl Burris, vice-president:
Chris Meyers, social chairman.
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to Washington D.C.
Senior class officers: Robin Bartlett, social chairmang Ralph O'Hara, vice-
president: Greg Hire, president: Geoff Crum, treasurer: Janet Swicker, sec-
John Cooke and Geoff Crum received awards in Voice of Democracy speech
contest from Mr. Dwight Coder, Commander of the Veterans of Foreign War
Post in Norwalk. lVlr. Rex Stanforth received a certificate of recognition for
helping with the contest.
Richard Allan Baker
Robin Lynn Bartlett
Dennis James Boose
Rebecca Ellen Bristol
Sheree Lynn Bruns
Kim Elizabeth Buehrle
Mary Elizabeth Burneson
Patricia Lynn Burras
Karen Ann Bush
Joan Katherine Butler
Nancy Jane Carsten
Catherine Mary Carver
Eugene Roger Charville
Pamela Ann Church
Marilyn Kay Cline
Thomas William Cole
John Lee Cooke
Hal Geoffrey Crum
Terry Lee DeWitt
Pamela Susan Drake
Sandra Joan Easier
Jeffrey James Einerson
Eugene Allan Fernandez
Craig Allan Finnen
Bernard Gene Fleming
Debora Lolanda Foland
Bart Hibbard calls for at-
tention at the Senior
Nlock Political Campaign.
Marc Daniels in chemistry lab.
Jamie Irene Foos
James lra Fortson
Sybil Carol Fortson
Timothy Leo Fox
Diane Marie Franklin
Walter Burr Frasher
Carol Elizabeth French
Susan Gail Garwood
David Michael Gormley
Tom Taylor Green
Mark Oliver Gribben
Kathie Eileen Gurney
Deborah Kaye Hahn
Doris Louise Heckelman
Barton Jay Hibbard
Thomas Allen Hillman
Gregory Dwight Hire
Cathy Anne Hohman
Darlene Joy Holzmiller
John Richard Hyde
Randolph Michael Ingram
Dave Gormley gets mea-
sured for cap and gown.
Jo Ellyn lsenberg
Robert William Johnson
John Bruce Kinnard
Etta Joyce Koonce
Penny Jo Krenzer
Claude William Latham
Lee Ann Lehmann
Kathy Eileen Likes
Diane Susan Livengood
Charles Thomas McConnell
Linda Sue lVlcKinnon
Jack Richard Meyers
Gregory Alan Nlorey
Karen Leslie Myers
Jon Lewis Nichols
Shelley Ann Obermiller
Ralph Edward O'Hara
Beverly Jean Phillips
Paul Albert Phillips
Paula Jane Phillips
Denise Lynn Plumb
Michael Craig Poyer
Daniel Ray Pritt
James Robert Pyle
Kathleen Lois Reef
Lindy Lou Reising
Carol Louise Rice
Douglas Mark Risner
Kayra Bernice Robinette
Kent Charles Rockwell
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Sheree Bruns and Paul Slon
in bookkeeping class
Barbara Ann Rooker
Deborah Lynn Ross
Milton John Ryan
Lonnie David Saunders
Michelle Ann Schaeffer
Roger Dale Schnee
Stephen Thurman Shaw
Linda Kay Shingleton
Gary Roger Shoop
Paul Berton Slone, Jr.
Darlene Susan Smith
Michael Bennett Smith
Thomas Edward Sparks
Timothy Charles Sparks
Dennis Lee Spradlin
Karen Ann Stegman
Edward K. Stenger
Jeffrey Nathan Still
Darlene Michele Strong
Janet Marie Swicker
Rebecca Sue Taylor
Joyce Ann Twaddle
Steven Michael Weilnau
Deborah Ann Weisenberger
Dale Ervin Weitzel
Karen Bush crochets in the lounge.
William John Weitzel
Christopher Oscar Welfle
Cathryn Ann White
Harold Wayne Whitehead
Debra Lee Wikel
Cynthia Ann Zacherl
Vanessa Lynn Holbrook
Seniors enjoying free time before English literature class.
School Graduates Filth Class
Commencement exercises for the fifth graduating
class of Edison High School were held, Sunday, June
10 at 8 p.m. in the gymnasium.
Speeches by the top four students of the 124 mem-
ber class were given by Greg Hire, JoEllyn lsenberg,
Stephen Shaw, and Kent Rockwell.
Many graduating seniors were given recognition of
achievements by Mr. Charles Hall, assistant principal
at Edison. Sue Garwood was also recognized for com-
pleting a vocational education course recognized by
the Ohio and Berlin-Milan Board of Education.
Honorary Society Awards went to Greg Hire,
JoEllyn lsenberg, Steve Shaw, and Kent Rockwell.
Greg also received the Certificate of Merit Award.
Students receiving college scholarships were Pam
Drake, Greg Hire, Dave Gormley, Cathy Hohman,
Jeff Einerson, and Gene Charville. Bart Hibbard re-
ceived an appointment to the U.S. Air Force
Academy presented to him by Lt. Col. W. S.
Presentation of the class was made by Principal C.
B. Sanders. Mr. Glen Hennings, board president, and
Mr. C. J. Lindecamp, superintendent, awarded the
TOP RIGHT: Seniors entering gym for commencement exercises. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Greg Hire, president, straightens mortar board for Robin
Bartlett, social chairman. BOTTOM RIGHT: Carol Rice adjusts mortar
board for Ralph O'Hara.
Top four students deliver speeches at commencement. TOP LEFT:
JoEllyn lsenberg. TOP RIGHT: Kent Charles Rockwell. BOTTOM
LEFT: Gregory Dwight Hire. BOTTOM RIGHT: Stephen Thurman
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years of school. BOTTOM RIGHT: Kathy Fleer receives her diploma
from lVlr. Glen Hennings, president of the school board.
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The rocky ledge runs far into the sea,
And on its outer point, some miles away,
The Lighthouse lifts its massive masonry,
A pillar of fire by night, of cloud by day.
And as the evening darkens, lo! how bright,
Through the deep purple of the twilight air
Beams forth the sudden radiance of its light,
With strange, unearthly splendor in its glare!
Not one alonep from each projecting cape
And perilous reef, along the ocean's verge,
Starts into life a dim, gigantic shape,
Holding its lantern o'er the restless surge.
Like the great giant Christopher it stands
Upon the brink of the tempestuous wave,
Wading far out among the rocks and sands,
The night-o'ertaken mariner to save.
And the great ships sail outward and return,
Bending and bowing o'er the billowy swells,
And ever joyful, as they see it burn,
They wave their silent welcomes and farewells.
-from Longfellow's "The Lighthouse".
The Senior class of 1973 presented to Edison High
School a painting of the Marblehead lighthouse in
memory of Patty and John.
TOP LEFT: Patricia Ann Cassidy was born July 15, 1955, and died
April 3, 1967. Patty was a friend to everyone and her hobbies included
sewing, cooking, horseback riding, and collecting stuffed animals. BOT-
TOM LEFT: John Brown Russell Ill was born on December 3, 1954,
and died on September 26, 1970. John was active in Rifle Club, and
golf in high school. His other hobbies included sailing, swimming, and
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Edison Council Sold Flyer T Shirts
"Send a mouse to college" began the busy year of activities for
the Student Council. The drive was sponsored by the American
Cancer Society and was successful in raising over S200 for the
cause. After such annual events as Homecoming, the Council
undertook a Spirit Raising Campaign and sold "Beat Flyers"
T-shirts on the week of the Norwalk St. Paul football game.
Veteran's Day came and the Council decided to do something
a little different. The program began with the Sandusky Ex-
change Club dedicating the Freedom Shrine which has found its
place of rest on the west cafeteria wall. Next Mr. Richard Meyers
presented to the student body the flag that was laid on his
father's casket. The flag is now displayed in the gym. The stu-
dents were then dismissed to windy wet weather that awaited
them outside. Here the combined Berlin and Milan American
Legions presented a flag which was raised over the Rt. 113 build-
ing, to the music of the Star Spangled Banner performed by the
Edison Marching Band. The day was highlighted by the late
arrival of the guest speaker, Richard Gundlach, a Vietnam
The Council ended its year on Awards Day. The members
introduced all the speakers and during lunch sold ice-cream and
popsicles. The Council officers for this year were Gene Fernan-
dez, presidentp Dan Hutchinson, vice president, Jacque Foos, sec-
retary, John Zadell, treasurer, and Mr. Mike Schifer was the ad-
TOP: Gene Fernandez introduces Lefty O'DonnelI, head of the Berlin Heights
American Legion, during the Veterans Day ceremony. BOTTOM: Greg Hire, Carmen
Likes, Jacque Foos, Terry Lowry, Pattie Brunow, Hollie Biemler, Cindy Gliatta, Gene
Fernandez, Patty Hall, Kathy Likes, Brian Willis, John Zadell, Robin Taylor, Dan
Plumb, Dan Hutchinson, Mark Sisson, and Mr. Mike Schifer, adviser.
Chessmen Outstanding Checkmate!
The main purpose of Chess
Club is competition, just as any
other sport with one exception, it
is mental competition and not
Edison Chessmen displayed
themselves in matches this year
with wins against St. Mary's, 4-6,
St. Paul, 4-15 a tie against St.
Mary's 3-3, and a loss to Huron,
Team A, who takes the top five
positions in play are Bill Boyden,
Jeff Ward, Bob Boyden, Richard
Mills, and Mike Shover.
TOP, FRONT ROW: Tammy Caudill, Joyce
Kamens, Mike Old, Darrell Maines, Mike
Shover, Stanley Wilnau, Mark Stratton, Ken
Pittinger, Dave Hupfer. ROW TWO: Dixon
Miller, adviser, Loren Heckelman, Jerry Rock-
well, Bill Boyden, Kyle Hennings, Carl Burris,
Hal Simon, Dick Mills, Jeff Ward, Dwane
Schaffer, Eric Meyers, Debbie Agee, Kim
Suhanic. Not present: Walt Frasher, Bob
Boyden, Andy Haeuptle, Roger Dubuc. BOT-
TOM: Walt Frasher awaits Mike Shover's next
move in a match in the lounge.
Varsity Choir Added Twelve Members
Carol Fortson, Jo Ellyn Isenberg, Patty Hall,
Janet Svvicker, and Debbie Dickmen sing at
the spring concert.
Winter was filled with the sound of music as Edi-
son's Varsity Choir presented one solo winter con-
cert, and a combined Christmas concert with the
Edison Varsity Band.
The combined Christmas concert was presented on
December 19 and was conducted by Mr. Nick Geor-
giafandis and student teacher, Mr. John Murphy. Mr.
Murphey directed "Glory to God in the Highest" by
Pergolesi for the Choir, and "Casa Grande" by Gass
for the Band. Rita Young was featured in the soprano
solo in "O Holy Night", while the Edison Choral
Ensemble performed "The Christmas Song". The con-
cert was dramatically climaxed in the combined
effort of the Band and Chorus performing "Hallelujah
The next concert presented by the choir was the
Annual Winter Concert held on Sunday, March 11.
This concert was highlighted with various senior stu-
dent conductors and soloists. Two ensembles partici-
pating in District ll Solo and Ensemble contest were
Barb Rooker conducted "Ave Maria" while Kathy
Likes sang "I Heard You Singing." ln the second half
of the concert Paul Phillips conducted "No Man ls An
lsIand." The Edison Chamber Ensemble performed
"Evening Serenade" and Girls Ensemble, featuring
soprano soloist Sheree Bruns, sang "Ride The
Chariot." The concert ended with the spiritual
"There Will Be Peace In The Valley."
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ROW ONE: Mr. Nick Georgiafandis, Director: Sheri Stiles, Kathy
Finnen, Rita Young, Linda Sprau, Alexis Ross, Joni Mohn, Janes
Kenne, Nanette Bateson, Rhea Grosswiler, Jeannie Codeluppi,
Dawn Shively, Jenny Barnes, Donna Rosekelly, Darlene Smith,
Alice Young, Mr. John Murphy, student teacher. ROW TWO: Car-
men Likes, Sara Libby, Darlene Strong, Carol Spencer, Linda
Dann, Debbie Dickman, Queta Lang, Rachel Shelly, Melinda
Booth, Estel Canterbury, Helen Roberts, Ann Heckelman, Janet
Swicker, Bev Weilnau, Sandy Jenkins, Debbie Ross. ROW THREE:
Lisa Manttlage, Margie Davis, Linda Burke, Sharon Beese, Lois
Woolever, Cheryl Young, Patty McWilliams, Laura Swartz, Diane
Franklin, Mary Burneson, Gwyn Teague, Kathy Likes, Mamie Rus-
sell, Kyle Hennings, Kathy Hicks, Etta Koonce, Barb Hillis, Chris
Meyer, Lisa Jo Hipp. ROW FOUR: Sherre Bruns, Barb Rooker,
Francee Early, Jayne Welfle, Richard Stout, Roger Rooker, Jim
Fortsen, John Raymond, Terry Cheesman, Frank Hill, Dale Shane,
Paul Phillips, Carol Fortson, Arthur Martz, Mike B. Smith, Patty
Hall, JoElIen lsenburg, Nancy Carsten, Mary Followay, Kim
Laughlin, Ludie Ezell.
FRONT ROW: Susan Garwood, Bev
Weilnau, Steve Crecelius, Jim Garwood,
Ed Knallay, Mark Suhanic, and Gene
Sexton. ROW TWO: Bob Strader, Scar-
lett Marshall, Jim Weilnau, Clarence
Stanley, Bonnie Garwood, Charles
Hippler, Mike Weitzel, and Mark Kropf.
ROW THREE: Mr. Bruce Thayer, ad-
viser, Randy Deehr, Steve Moyer, Mark
Sisson, Steve Weilnau, Ricky Lowry, Ted
Wikel, Kim Suhanic, and Chuck Smith.
ROW FOUR: David Dixon, Randy
Roboin, Danny Payne, Frank Hill, Gene
Weilnau, Jim Henry, Ed Putnoky, Gene
Charville, John Raymond, and Charles
Jim Garwood received the
State Farmer award at the
State FFA Convention held in
Columbus April 27-28. Only
two percent of all FFA mem-
bers are chosen for this award.
Jim is the second student from
Edison to receive this degree.
Other outstanding members
received awards at the annual I j ,F
banquet held March 27. Mike
Wetzel received Star Green- M , - if
hand for the best work as a i sf
first year student. Steve
Crecelius was the recipient of both Star Chapter Farmer and Star
Horticulture Awards, and Frank Hill won Star Swine award.
Bonnie Garwood won second in the district in the creed contest,
in extemporanious speaking, Sue Garwood won second in the
In the annual parliamentary procedure contest held at EHOVE
November 21, Edison's chapter placed fourth in the county.
Gene Charville, Mark Suhanic, and Frank Hill, members of the
soil judging team, placed second in the county October 5, and
went on to place third in the district October 17, 18.
Livestock judges Steve Crecelius, Mark Sisson, and Jim
Weilnau won seventh in district competition at the Huron Coun-
ty Fairgrounds March 24. Bonnie Garwood, Kim Suhanic, and
Mike Wetzel placed ninth in district dairy judging April 5.
Ed Knallay and John Raymond served as delegates to the State
Convention and Bev Weilnau sang in the State FFA Chorus.
One 'of the highlights of the year's activities was the chapter
trip to Chicago the week of November 26. There they attended
the: Chicago International Livestock Show and Rodeo. In addi-
tion, they visited the Museum of Science and lndustry.
William Lowe, Sectional Vice-President from North Union
High School in Richwood, Ohio, visited the FFA facilities and
reviewed the programs in November as part of his duties. He
currently visits schools to study their programs to give and re-
Officers for this year are Jim Garwood, president: Steve
Crecelius, vice-presidentp Ed Knallay, secretaryp Sue Garwood,
treasurerg Gene Sexton, sentinel: Bev Weilnau, reporter, Mark
Suhanic, student adviser.
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board bus for field trip. TOP
LEFT: Jim Garwood received
State Farmer Award presented
by the F.F.A. FAR LEFT:
Bonnie Garwood receives
speech contest award, being
presented by Steve Crecelius.
Drama Club Produced
Two Major Plays
This year, Edison Drama Club produced two major
tvvo-act plays. The first, WELCOME TO THE MONKEY
HOUSE, by Curt Voongret, portrayed a community
theater group that produced four different plays inside
the one. The second, THE DlARY OF ANNE FRANK,
was based on the diary of a young Jewish girl hiding in an
Amsterdam attic with one other family besides her own
during the Germany Occupation of World War ll.
The Drama Club also presented three one-act plays for
the Spring Art Show. The Edison Drama Class, produced
two children's plays as well as helping direct the one acts
for the Art Show.
One of the main goals of the Drama Club this year was
to make as much money as possible to go toward a light
system and a curtain for the stage.
Officers elected were Rita Young, president, Rob
Johnson, vice president: Debbie Hohman, secretary, and
Jamie Foos, treasurer.
Best actor and actress awards went to Rob Johnson,
best actor, Lauri Simpson, best actress, and Dennis
Boose, most contributions to the programs of the club.
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TOP LEFT: Mr. Steven Schauer, technical director, fastens
platform for the attic in THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK.
CENTER LEFT: Marcia Gabel, Robert Johnson, and Craig
Gribben listen to Mr, Rex Stanforth, director, give notes after
dress rehearsal. BOTTOM LEFT, ROW ONE: Joyce Kamens,
Judy Vowell, Barb Thomas, Debbie Hohman, Susan Latham,
Nanette Bateson, Mr. Rex Stanforth, adviser, Alice Young,
Nancy Smyth, Judie Spoerr, Laurie Simpson, Margie Davis,
and Lisa Hipp. ROW TWO: Terry Poling, Dyann Siebert,
Carol French, Carol Risner, Jenny'Barnes, Glenda Burns,
Susie Boegli, Susan Anthony, Kathy Januska, Laura Micheals,
Marcia Gable, Julie Hibbard, Carmen Likes, Vicki Taylor,
Rita Young, Holly Biemler, Joan Nickols, and Kerry Wescott.
ROW THREE: Patsy Hamons, Vicki Lehmann, Karen Bur-
caw, Patty Fox, Gywn Teague, Barbara Rooker, Fran Early,
Lee Ann Lehmann, Mike Smith, Patty Hall, Estel Canterbury,
Jamie Foos, Dan Graves, Karla Kamens, Kathy Hicks, Linda
Burke, Leanne Leveritte, and Greg Morey. Not Present - Den-
nis Boose and Rob Johnson. TOP RIGHT: Barb Rooker
applies grease paint on Patty Hall before WELCOME TO THE
MONKEY HOUSE. CENTER RIGHT: The cast takes a
breather during dress rehearsai of WELCOME TO THE MON-
KEY HOUSE. BOTTOM RIGHT: Karla Kamens, Julie Hub-
bard, and Dennis Boose listen attentively as Mr. Stanforth
makes corrections in the script.
Interested students made Science Club
a reality this year. The club started uncer-
tainly but gained enthusiasm as the year
progressed and became enjoyable as well
Under the supervision of advisers IVlr.
Ted Stoll, Nlr. David Grimm, and IVIr.
Howard Yunghans, Science Club set out
to learn things through experience.
In October a number of members hiked
along the Huron River near Blue Bridge
collecting tree samples for identification
to aid state officials in considering this
area for a state park. Other projects in-
cluded visiting New Departure to observe
the electron microscope and computer
system, a liquid nitrogen lecture, an ex-
hibition by NASA and many other lec-
tures and slides throughout the year.
Officers elected at the beginning of the
school year were Greg Hire, president,
Kyle Hennings, vice presidentp and Janet
Science Club was initiated to give the
interested science student a better under-
standing of the subject and give him a
chance outside of regular school work to
experiment on his own.
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viserp Bill Boyden, Jeff Ward, Bill Feyech, Chuck
McConnell, Dennis Boose Loren Heckelman Rob
Johnson, Janet Swicker, Arther Nlartz, Jo Ellyn
lsenburg, Jerry Rockwell. CENTER RIGHT: IVIr
David Grimm, adviser' Gene Charville, Greg Hire
Kyle Hennings, Chris IVIeyer, Kent Rockwell, Karen
Bush, Barb Hillis, Bill Latham, Patty IVlcWiIIiams
lVIr. Younghans, adviser, Bart Hibbard. BOTTOIVI
RIGHT: Marc Daniels Bruce Kinnard and Bart
Hibbard cut open a frog to observe the circulatory
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Spanish way of life by holding numerous Spanish din-
ners throughout the year. Pecky Adriazola, an ex-
change student from Bolivia, helped in giving the stu-
dents the education and atmosphere needed for an
Officers for this year who executed a very fine
program under the supervision of Miss Olvida Guader-
rama were Kyle Hennings, president: and Shelley
Spanish Club attempts to promote the proper atti-
tude toward the national differences of the Spanish
ABOVE, FRONT ROW: Barb Hast, Nancy Smyth, Gordon Moyer,
Robin Taylor, Glenda Burns. ROW TWO: Patty McWilliams, Michelle
Mclntyre, Kyle Hennings, Shelley Obermiller, Debbie Wikel, Susy
Latham. ROW THREE: Judy Spoer, Annette Gliatta, Judy Einerson,
Lora Michaels, Joy Graham, Kathy Reer, Lini Brimer. ROW FOUR:
Miss Olvida Guaderrama, adviser: Vicki Lehman, Pat Best, Hollie
Biemler, Patty Hall, Kathy Buehrle, Barb Hillis, Karla Wright, Francee
Early, Joan Cooley, Karla Kamens, Jeff Chauvin. LEFT: Greg Hire and
Kent Rockwell show Pecky some interesting facts about Russian com-
Edison High School inducted seven Jour-
nalism ll students into the Ouill and Scroll
Honorary at the annual journalism banquet
held May 7 at the Reed House in Nova.
Rob Johnson, Kathy Reer, Debbie Wikel,
Pam Drake, Fran Early, and Gene Fernandez
were awarded membership into Quill and
Scroll for their active service on the journal-
Diane Franklin, SPIRIT Editor, was voted
the Most Outstanding journalism student. She
was active on the staff for three years.
The SPIRIT was published and distributed
eight consecutive times throughout the
1972-73 school year. For the first semester,
the SPIRIT received a first class honor rating
overall and a mark of distinction in physical
appearance. On April 14, the SPIRIT placed
fourth in its class in the Northeast District at
the annual Northeastern Ohio Newspaper Day
at Kent State University.
The 1972 REFLECTIONS, edited by Tim
Wrenn, placed second honors when the book
was rated early in the school year.
The 1973 REFLECTIONS, edited by
Lindy Reising, consists of over two-hundred
pages, eight of those in full color which were
sponsored by area businesses.
Members of the SPIRIT and REFLEC-
TIONS staffs are Diane Franklin, SPIRIT Edi-
tor and Assistant Activities Editor: Lindy
Reising, REFLECTIONS Editor and reporter:
Linda McKinnon, Advertising and reporter:
Cathi White, Student Life Co-Editor and Page
Editor: Joyce Twaddle, Student Life Co-
Editor and Page Editor: Pam Drake, Assistant
Advertising Manager and reporter: Gene Fer-
nandez, Business Manager and feature writer:
Craig Finnen, sports Assistant and sports
writer: Ralph O'Hara, sports Assistant and
sports writer: Bill Stratton, REFLECTIONS
and SPIRIT Sports Editor: Patti Brunow, Cir-
culation Manager and reporter: Etta Koonce,
Classes and reporter: Fran Early, Classes and
Page Editor: Debbie Wikel, Senior Section and
reporter: Kathy Reer, Index and reporter:
Dennis Boose, Activities Editor and reporter:
Rob Johnson, Academics and Columnist:
Linda Shingleton, Administration and Faculty
and reporter: Becky Bristol, Non-teaching and
reporter: Geoff Crum, Academics, Photog-
rapher, Page Editor, and Columnist: and Miss
Sophia Purcell, Adviser.
TOP LEFT: Second and third year members: STANDING:
Cathi White, Joyce Twaddle, Lindy Reising, and Linda
McKinnon. SEATED: Diane Franklin and Chuck McConnell.
BOTTOM LEFT: Lindy Reising looks over copy for the year-
book before publications.
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1973 REFLECTIONS. IVIIDDLE: Craig Finnen
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TOM RIGHT: REFLECTIONS and SPIRIT Staff
first year members: BACK ROW: Geoff Crum,
Francee Early, Dennis Boose, Gene Fernandez,
Ralph 0'Hara, Craig Finnen. FRONT ROW: Patti
Brunow, Becky Bristol, Debbie Wikel, Kathy Reer,
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Rob Johnson, Bill Stratton, and Pam Drake.
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TOP, FRONT ROW: Paul Phillips, Susan Garwood. ROW TWO: Mr.
Murphy, Linda Boose, Vicki Taylor, Kim Buehrle, Karin Meyers, Mr.
Nick Georgiafanclis. ROW THREE: Dave Gillard, Lindy Agee, Nancy
Bastien, Pam Drake, Kathy Malone, Bonnie Garwood, Judy Einerson,
Pat Delematre. ROW FOUR: Duane Shafer, Kathy Boose, Julie Mock-
ler, Vicki Lehman, David Hupfer, Kerry Westcott, Roger Rooker,
Kathy Latrany, Carol Rice, Anita Flesher, Judie Spoerr, Becky Bristol,
Suzy Boegli, Carla Wright, Diane Moyer, Jean Meyers, Cindy Zacherl,
Wayne McCoy, Kathy Murray, Julie Hibbard, Jack Meyers. ROW FIVE:
Cathy Hohman, Susie Latham, Beth Blackburn, Connie Justi, Chris
Buehrle, Maria Howell, Jackie Foos, Joy Graham, Greg Morey, Cindy
Bellamy, Eric Meyers, Dennis Billups, Kim Ground, Debbie Agee, Lee
Ann Leveritte, Jeff Chavaun. ROW SIX: Tom Eppler, Joyce Kamens,
Laura Wallrabenstein, John Chavin, Etta Koonce, Carl Burris, Nancy
Hart, Barb Charville, Karla Kamens, Glenda Burns, Annette Gliata,
Nancy Smith, Libby Toler, Linda Cole, Sherry Easier, Kurt Hansen.
ROW SEVEN: Kathy Buehrle, Marilyn Krause, Debbie Hoag, Joan
Cooley, Barb Hast, Karen Springer, Susan Lambert, Amy Dircks. BOT-
TOM: Stage Band during a concert.
Symphonic Band Held Three Concerts
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The Edison Marching Band stated the 1972-73
school year at Band Camp in August. During their
week stay, Mr. Nick Georgiafandis, director, super-
vised the practicing for the competition at the Ohio
State Fair, where the Band received an "outstanding
performance" award. The marching band performed
in many parades, including the Milan Melon Festival
Parade and the Berlin Heights Harvest Festival Parade.
Edison's Symphonic Band performed at the Christ-
mas Concert, followed by the Winter Concert, and
the Spring Concert. "Sounds of Christmas 1972" was
the title for the Christmas concert with the combined
band and choir for Handel's "Halleluhia" Chorus."
Other songs were representative of both popular and
Winter Concert featured a trombone trio of Dave
Gillard, Judy Einerson, and Trish Delamatre in the
"Slide Kicks." Gene Fernandez was featured on
drums in "Three Dog Night" and "Shaft" Other
songs performed were on the more contemporary
Spring Concert featured a trumpet trio of Jack
Meyers, Wayne McCoy, and Kathy Murray in the song
"Bugler's Holiday." Jeff Einerson was also featured
on the piano in the musical comedy number "Slaugh-
ter on Tenth Avenue." Dixieland Band consisting of
Laura Wallrabenstein, clarinetg Susan Garwood, tenor
saxophone: Jack Meyers, trumpet, Dave Gillard,
tromboneg Kurt Hansen, bass, and Gene Fernandez,
percussion in the Warrington tune entitled "Dixieland
Officers elected this year for Band were Paul Phil-
lips, president, Jack Meyers, vice-presidentp and Lindy
Majorettes were Susan Garwood, head, Karen
y Myers, Kim Buehrle, Vicki Taylor, and Linda Boose.
TOP LEFT: Symphonic Band participates in the Veterans' Day Cere-
mony. MIDDLE: The marching band performs again on a rainy school
field. BOTTOM LEFT: Nick Georgiafandis directs the symphonic band
during the Christmas Concert.
Cheerleaders Attend National Camp
LEFT TOP, FRONT ROW: Annette Gliatta, Bonnie Justi, Sandy Jen-
kins, Debbie Dickman, Becky Crecilus, Linda Dann, Amy Jo Dirks,
Cheryl Zencherski, Vicky King, Linda Lake. ROW TWO: Gail Mitchell,
Jean Meyers, Kim Suhanic, Sue Lambert, Patty Sanders, Cindy Belamy,
Libby Toler, Lois Woolever, Sherry Easier, Rhonda Zellner, Jamie
Foos, ROW THREE: Jerry Twaddle, Kathy LaTrani, Joyce Kamens,
Lisa Gormley, Jacque Foos, Kris Buehrle, Diane Thomas, Kathleen
Boose, Carmen Likes, Sally Phillips, Shelley Obermiller. ROW FOUR:
Patty Hoffman, Kathy Finnen, Glenda Burns, Debbie Holman, Susan
Latham, Rachel Shelley, Laura Schwartz, Donna Rosekelley, Joy
Grahm, Robin Bartlett. ROW FIVE: Michelle Maclntyre, Jayne Welfle,
Paulette Byers, Bev Wilneau, Debbie Wikel, Kathy Reer, Karen Bush,
Susan Garwood, Cathy Holhman, Penny Krenzer. ROW SIX: Kim
Gnecco, Sandy Easler. LEFT BOTTOM: Shelley Obermiller, Robin
Bartlett, Linda Lake, Jamie Foos, Sandy Easler, Penny Krenzer. RIGHT
BOTTOM: Lisa Gormley, Carmen Likes, lTopl Kathleen Boose, lBot-
toml Diane Thomas, Kris Buehrle, Jacque Foos, RIGHT TOP: Jerry
Tvvaddle, Gail Mitchell, Annette Gliatta, Michelle Maclntyre, Kim
Gnecco, Patty Hoffman.
The Cheerleaders and Pep Club worked hand in hand
throughout the year to get support from the student
ln the summer the cheerleaders attended a national
camp at Robert Morris College and were awarded the title
of "most spirited squad" there. Varsity cheerleader
Shelley Obermiller received her four year award at the
banquet April 13.
The Pep Club had new uniforms this year and sup-
ported the team both at home and away.
ln order to be a cheerleader a girl must be in Pep Club.
Bev Weilnau was president this year and was helped by
adviser, lVlrs. Martha Vartorella.
U niversal Gym Purchased
With much help from the Boosters, Varsity Club was able to purchase
the universal gym. However, since this money came from the Boosters,
the club is committed to repay them.
For the first time the Edison Varsity Club sponsored a basketball
game between the Harlem Diplomats and the Faculty All-Stars. They
tried to initiate other programs to raise money, but could not get
Officers elected were Dave Gormley, president: Dave Dunham, vice-
president: Jeff Einerson, treasurer, Steve Shaw, secretary: and Ralph
O'Hara, publicity chairman.
TOP: Dave Gormley and Ralph O'Hara take in the money for the Diplomats basketball game.
CENTER: The All-Stars lose the tip off of what turned out to be an exciting and profitable game.
BOTTOIVI, ROW ONE: Dennis Spradlin, Jeff Still, Steve Shaw Dave Dunham Jeff Einerson
Dave Gormley, and Ralph O'Hara. ROW TWO: Tom Moon, Craig Finnen, Dale Weitzel, Mike B.
Smith, Paul Slone, Bruce Kinnard, and Jim Springer. ROW THREE: Gene Fernandez, Jim Sal-
mons, Don Reising, Tom Sanders, Don Opfer, Scott Schafer and Dave Gillard. ROW FOUR: Dan
Willis, John Hyde, Carl Burris, Ken Springer, Terry Cheeseman Mike Lewis and Jim Fortson.
ROW FIVE: Bart Hibbard, John Zadell, John Cooke, Jack Meyers, Dan Pritt, and Ron Wallace.
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For the interested girls at Edison High, the school provides
basketball and volleyball, through an organization called
GAA, which stands for Girls' Athletic Association.
GAA is no different than playing basketball or volleyball
on any other team, for both these sports are played in GAA
organized groups. The basketball and volleyball teams travel
to other schools and play as a group with only qualified girls.
Mrs. Martha Vartorella is the head coach and adviser of the
Several awards were presented on Awards Day to the out-
standing members of GAA. Ann Heckelman, junior, and
Linda Lake, juniorg received their GAA letters for accumu-
lating 6,000 points each. These points are accumulated
throughout one's entire high school career in GAA to receive
an award. Jo received her GAA numerals. Many of the fresh-
man and sophomore members of GAA received their first and
second year awards.
LEFT: Scrimmage in the gym. BELOW, ROW ONE: Diane Moyer, Susan Heckel-
man, Melinda Booth, Kim Suhanic, Jacquie Foos, Debbie Agee, Bonnie Garwood,
Chris Buehrle, Carmen Likes, Mrs. Martha Vartorella, adviser. ROW TWO: Jackie
Heitchler, Joy Graham, Robin Taylor, Amy Direks, Ann Frankboner, Connie
Justi, Raidean Habeck, Sheri Easier, Karen Buehrle. ROW THREE: Vicki Leh-
mann, Nancy Hart, Debbie Dennis, Cindy Eslinger, Linda Burke, Patty Best, Lani
Brimer, Michelle Mclntyre, Karen Springer. ROW FOUR: Joanne Stein, Kathy
Buehrle, Sue Byrd, Scarlet Marshall, Sue Cheesman, Dana Wigner, Annette
Gliatta, Judy Einerson, Libby Toler. ROW FIVE: Kathy Malone, Bev Weilnau,
Linda Lake, Estel Canterbury, Ann Heckelman, Patty Hall, Lindy Agee, Ludie
Ezell. ROW SIX: Kathy Likes, Sheree Bruns, Cathy Hohman, Nancy Carsten, Sue
Garwood, Mary Burneson, Jo Ellyn lsenberg, Kim Buehrle.
Bad Weather Stops Skiers This Year
One might say that this year's Ski Club was all
but washed up. Although many students were in-
terested in the club, the weather wasn't.
Only a few trips were made down to the lVlans-
field slopes, but the students and teachers still
enjoyed themselves. Under the supervision of club
adviser, lVlr. Dixon lVliIler, the club still turned out
to be a success, despite the weather. With a mini-
mum of injuries, the snow and cold wind in their
face, rushing down the slopes became a reality for
many happy people.
One event held at the last trip was the speed
race with Chuckie Swineford winning it with a
time of 11.4. Tom Sanders came in second with
TOP: Nlike Smith, Linda Lake, Dave Peabody, Michelle Beck,
Laurie Johns, Bill Schroeder, Mammie Russell, Kathy Buerhle,
Tim Rogers, Sally Russell, Kyle Hennings, Tom Sanders, Pattie
Brunow, Sherri Easler, Richard Peabody, Jamie Foos, Joan
Cooley, Sandy Easler, Shelley Obermiller, Terri Poling, Jo Ellen
lsenberg, Joyce Twaddle, Laura Wallrabenstein, Penny Krenzer,
Kim Buerhle, lVlr. Dixon Nliller, adviser, Kim Gnecco, Laura
Micheals, lVlr. Jerry Osborn, Kathy Nlurray. BOTTOM: Sandy Eas-
ler and Jo Ellen lsenberg await going down the slopes.
Chargerettes Help Team Win
The .Chargerettes were added to the wrestling program sea-
son this year to give the team the support they needed for a
These selected girls sold tickets and kept the wrestling
records at all the home wrestling meets. They worked hard
on compiling enough information to make scrapbooks for all
the senior members. They had some money-raising projects
such as a pancake supper and a car wash before the prom.
Under the supenlision of wrestling coach, Mr. Dave Kile,
the officers for the initial year were Kathy Likes, president,
Cindy Gliatta, vice-president: Judy Einerson, secretary: and
Michelle Schaffer, treasurer.
LEFT: Wrestlers receive awards presented by Chargerettes.
BOTTOM, FRONT ROW: Joan Cooley, Karla Kamens, Lindy Agee, Sally Russell,
Cindy Gliatta, Patti Brunow, Jane Welfle. ROW TWO: Sherry Easler, Susan Chees-
man, Linda Epler, Dawn Shivley, Dana Wigner, Jackie Klinger, Annette Gliatta,
Kathy Buehrle. ROW THREE: Lindy Reising, Michelle Schaffer, Janet Swicker,
Joyce Twaddle, Paula Phillips, Kathy Likes, Kim Buehrle, Not present-Lisa Hipp,
Margie Davis, Sue Byrd. -
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FRONT ROW: Sherry Castle, Denise Dewitt, Gail Ross,
Penny Krenzer, Marilyn Cline, Jerri Twaddle, Queta Lang,
Betty Pool, Taunya Vowell, Debbie Morrow. ROW TWO:
Cheryl Stout, Patty Sanders, Anita Flechter, Nancy Bastien,
Lisa Gormley, Melinda Booth, Diane Franklin, Lynn Pome-
roy, Bonnie Justi, Debbie Canterbury, Patty Weeks, Sharon
Beese, Connie Anderson. ROW THREE: Miss Linda Friend,
Linda Spraw, Debbie Darrow, Karen Bush, Kathy Reer,
Becky Bristol, Darlene Strong, Darlene Smith, Debbie Ross,
Julie Williams, Jenny Barnes, Debbie Caskey, Cindy Sheetz,
Cheryl Zakerski, Rhonda Zellner, Gywn Teague, Sandy Jenk-
ins, Rhea Grosswiller, Cheryl Gadd. ROW FOUR: Linda
Cole, Debbie Wikel, Linda Shingleton, Marcia Kaster, Carol
Schenk, Rachel Shelley, Donna Rosekelly, Chris Gasek, Carol
Spencer, Julie Ramon, Karen Ellis, Brenda Cring, Jacky
Klinger, Sue Cheesman, Laurie Simpson, Terry Poling, Barb
Thomas, Helena Darrow, Sue Heckelman, Debbie Dickman,
Linda Dann, Mrs. Rosemary Finnen. ROW FIVE: Cindy Bel-
lamy, Debbie Ash, Cindy Zacherl, Sheree Bruns, Nancy Car-
sten, Carol Rice, Margret Kaczer, Judy Vowell, Nancy Hart,
Laura Swartz, Barb Hast, Trish Delamater, Dana Wigner,
Ludie Ezell, Terry Lowry, Linda Eppler, Debbie Dennis,
Linda Burke, Donna Thompson, Raydene Habeck, Debbie
Dennis, Valarie Kastor, Darlene Sexton. ROW SIX: Laura
Bauer, Kim Laughlin, Becky Jenkins, Pam Drake, Cathi
White, Etta Koonce, LeeAnn Lehman, Debbie Hahn, Linda
McKinnon, Lucy Valentine, Chris Meyers, Patty Wallace,
Patty Cordle, Carol Fortson, Estel Canterbury, Mary Follo-
way, Jackie Heitchler, Cindy Eslinger, Patty Fox, Susan Fer-
ber, Carol Risner, Susan Anthony, Patty Hall, Kyle Hennings,
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Ecology Club set out collecting paper and glass to
help clean up the earth around us. Last fall the Ecol-
ogy Club started its year with a visit to the Lorain
Paper recycling plant. Here they saw how paper was
collected, shredded, and remanufactured into card-
Next, was a trip to Toledo to help in the recycling
of glass which was sponsored by the Toledo Jaycees.
The members also had two bike hikes this year,
one to the Coho Dam and one to Berlin Heights. The
spring brought the final project, a litter pick up.
TOP: Miss Ovidia Guaderrama speaks with students outside of the
school building. BOTTOM: Robin Taylor, Patty Best, Lani Brimer.
Mamie Russell, Cindy Eslinger, Laura Wallrabenstein, Linda Eppler,
Susan Cheesman, Brenda Cring, Karen Ellis, Judy Spoerr, Debbie Hoh-
man, Jenny Barnes, Laura Nlicheals, Terry Poling, Judie Williams, Barb
Thomas, Nancy Smyth, Holly Biemler, Gwyn Teague, Scarlet Marshall,
Greg Hire, Vicki Lehmann, Patty Hall, Miss Ovidia Guaderrama, adviser.
Love is .... A lock that Iinketh noble minds
faith is the key that shuts the spinning
TOP LEFT: lVlr. J. R. Wall-
rabenstein, clerk. TOP
RIGHT: Nlr. Glen Hennings,
president. LEFT: lVlr. Max
Krueger. MIDDLE: lVlr. Her-
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LEFT: Nlr. Carroll Sanders,
principal and senior Bart Hib-
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Progress was being made on the athletic complex,
but due to the lack of funds completion was not near.
Again for the 1972-73 school year the one-mill
capital improvement levy was defeated.
There were 537 students enrolled in Edison High
School with 54 students attending Ehove. In the
Senior class there were 126 with 26 at Ehove. Sopho-
more class numbered 139 with one at Ehove. All the
127 Freshmen attended Edison High.
Six new teachers joined Edison High School fac-
ulty. They were lVlr. Steven Schauer, lVlr. Thomas Fer-
guson, lVlr. Richard Taylor, lVlr. Howard Yunghams,
lVlr. James Whittington, and Nlrs. Lynette Cole.
Changes in curriculum saw sophomores included in
the reading lab classes, and there were quarter classes
for grade ten English. A dramatics class and a music
appreciation for juniors and seniors were added.
LEFT: Mr. C. J. Lindecamp, superintendent. RIGHT: lVlr. Mike Shifer,
guidance counselor. BOTTOlVl: Mrs. Donna Sisson, guidance counselor.
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SCHAUER - B.S. in Edu-
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NIR. REX STANFORTH
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Scroll, Yearbook and Newspaper Adviser.
MISS PHYLLIS FROST-
B.S. in Education at
B.G.S.-U., English, Social
MR. BRUCE THAYER-B.S. in Agricultural Education
at Ohio State University: Vocational Agriculture, F.F.A.
MR. THEODORE STOLL-B.S. in Education at Ohio
State University: M.A. at Oklahoma University: Biology,
Chemistry 81 Advanced Biology.
MR. HOWARD YUNGHANS-B.S. at Heidleberg College:
M.A. at Ohio University: Science.
MR. DAVID GRIMM-B.S. in Education at Ashland Col-
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MR. RICHARD TAYLOR-B.S. in Education
at Defiance College, Government, Social Stud-
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Football Coach, Varsity Baseball Coach.
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B.S. in Education at Bowling Green State Univer-
MR. DONALD DAY-B.S. in Education at South
west Missouri State Collegep Mechanical Drawing
Arts 84 Crafts.
MR. NICK GEORGIAFANDIS-B.S. in Music Edu-
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IVIRS. ROSEIVIARY FINNEN-B.S. of Science in
Education at Ohio State Universityg Home
Economics, F.H.A. Adviser.
IVIRS. LINDA FRIEND-B.S. of Science in
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MR. THOIVIAS FERGUSON - B.S. in Education at Findlay College,
Physical Education and Health, Freshman Basketball Coach.
IVIRS. MARTHA VARTORELLA - B.S. in Education at B.G.S.U.p
Health and Physical Education, G.A,A., Pep Club, Cheerleader Adviser.
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MISS OVIDIA GUADERRAIVIA - B.S. in Educa-
tion at St. Louis University: Spanish and Spanish
MRS. ELAINE WASIVIILLER - Reading Specialist
MRS. JUNE BIBB - B.S. in Education at B.G.S.U.g
M.A. at Toledo Universityg Reading Specialist.
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NIR. JERRY OSBORNE - B.A. in
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MRS. JACQUELIN ROSCOE - B.S. in Education
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Ashland College: Librarian.
MRS. SUE HOLDER - B.S. in Education at Eastern
Kentucky Universityg Commercial.
MRS. IVIARGERY LINDECAIVIP - B.S. in Educa-
tion at Kent Statep Commercial.
Student Office Help
TOP: Office Helpers - Patty Best, Patty
Hall, Cindy Giiatta, Sue Garwood, and
Darlene Sexton. BOTTOM: Patty Best
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LEFT: Darlene Sexton working at control panel in
office. BOTTOM LEFT: lVlrs. Irma Moon, study
hall monitor checking attendance. BOTTOIVI
RIGHT: lVIrs. Ruth Vlleit, high school secretary
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TOP LEFT: Bill Laughlin, maintenance
BOTTOIVI: Leona Meyers, matron
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Mrs. Joan Burdue, Bus No. 6
Karen Ellis and Jackie Heitchier arriving at school
Mr. Willis Shively, Bus No. 16
Mr. Harold Hast, Bus No. 12
Mrs. Sarah Hippler, Bus No. 13
Mrs. Betty Hahn, Bus No. 2
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All Chevrolets are Created Equal
Dorr Chevrolet Makes The
South Main St.
CHICKEN ' SEA FOOD ' STEAKS
Homemade Bread, Rolls and Pies
BANQUETS - WEDDINGS - PART1ES
FOR RESERVATIONS: PHONE 499-3291
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! ENN Route 20 East
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125 Main St. Ph. 433-9937 Equipment
Huron. Ohio 44839 L. vv. Heckelman Phone: 1419! 663-9381
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just phone M192 668-9891 for our
66 Center St.
Berlin Heights, Ohio 44814
ERIE ELECTRONICS INC.
South Shore Shopping Center
DF DHID, IDG.
29 EAST MAIN STREET
NORWALK, OHIO 44857
' PH: I419I 668-8111
An Afhliate of Continental Cablevision, Ina
For more than 40 years
Forrest F. Hinman
Thomas R. Hinman
38 South St.
Berlin Heights, Ohio 44814
Corner - 113 - 61
Berlin Heights, Ohio
HOLMAN J EWELERS
Headquarters for Edison
High School Class Rings
A Complete Fabric
Open 24 Hours a Day
7 Days a Week
Attendants on Duty
Everyday 8 A.lVl. to 10 P.lVl.
In The Huron Plaza
Between Enderle's 84 Gray's
Fleet-Wing Petroleum Jobber
Pontiac Sales and Service
Congratulations to the Class of
LUSTRE CORPORATION '
Cleveland Road at
Groceries - Meats - Produce
Huron, Ohio 44839 Visit Our New Non-Food 8: Housewares Section
Open Daily 9ANl - 9PlVl
525 Cleveland Rd. West
Huron, Ohio E Phone 433 2499
COMPLIMENTS OF HURON LIME CO.
J.P. MCCORMICK AGENCY
Huron, Ohio - 204 Cleveland Road, West
Congratulations to the Class of 1972
"Your Local Agent for the Finest in
Clary Adding Machines
109 E. Water St.
MII.AN CONTRACTORS, INC.
Your Headquarters for Plumbing - Heating - Air Conditioning
Hydronic and Hot Air Heat
P.O. Box 388
46 Front Street Nlilan, Ohio 44846
499-1461 or 499-2231
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BREW MESENBURG Bnos., INC.
'I i General Trucking
Stone - Fill Sand - Agricultural Lime
A Telephone Norwalk 668-7701 Collins, Ohio
STATE ROUTES 299 D: I3
WLAN. emo Pi-roms 499.7-:es
H SHOOP PRO HARDWARE
'USED General Hardware
Forfver Mk f Cdr .Pho'fe:588'2I-'15
y a e 0 Berlin Heights, Ohio 44814
DAVE HOLLER SOHIO
Rt. 250 and Turnpike
BURNHAM BROS. ORCHARDS
APPLES - PEACHES
Berlin Heights, Ohio
Class of "73"
THE FASHION SHOPPE
27 West lVlain Street
Success to the Class of
KAISER 8: WELLS DRUG
1 West Nlain Street
5 West College
1 Hour Service
Drive in Service
164 Milan Avenue
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
RINGHOLZ - MEYERS
31 East Main Street
For men's and boys' wear
ROBERT L. STEIN
Bookkeeping 84 Tax Service
Corporations - Individuals
12 Benedict Avenue
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
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TRUCKS Cliff Hahn a. Son
P. Sz D. IGNITION
MEAD MOTOR SAL
P. O. Box 31, Cleveland Road
Septic Tank Cleaning
I Personalized Service
- I Phone 499-5765
Inc. Milan, ohio
CROWN MOTEL AND RESTAURANT
V1 mile south of Exit 7
Congratulations Class of '73
RED AND WHITE
10 Main Street
Nlilan, Ohio 44846
Queen of the Lakes, Inc.
"On the Shores of Lake Erie"
Mobile Homes Sales and Park
with Private Beach
Rt. 6 and 2, Huron, Ohio 44839
KURTZ'S FARM MARKET
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Rt. 250, M1 mile South of Turnpike
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS ART SUPPLIES
Cbe Jlrt Bam
ORIGINAL ART WORK
Or Call Area Code 419-433-5164 or 433-5500
Owen AND GAY FELTON
624 BERLIN ROAD PHONE
HURON. OHIO 44839 433-5854
PORTER FORD CO.
The Class of 1973
and Wishes Them Continued Success
In Their Endeavors
1800 Cleveland Road
E. lVlain St.
Berlin Heights, Ohio
Corner 61 8: IVlain St.
Service Is Our Business
CLIP 'N CURL
The Village House of Beauty
Milan on the Square
V. PARKER 8: SONS TRUCKING
Lime - Sand - Stone
FLD. No. 3
Wakeman, Ohio 44889
All the Family
18 W. lVlain St.
Congratulations to the 1972 Graduates
THE FIRELANDS COMMUNITY BANK
Two Convenient Locations
A Huron, Ohio
I E Berlin Heights, Ohio
"We Like.Working For Your lnterest"
Closed Wednesday - Open Saturday
Favorite for Another Year
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Wholesale Dealers in
Berlin Heights, Ohio
Best Wishes to the Class of
Slone's Colony Tavern
Rt. 681 2
Jim and Betty Slone
Precast Concrete-Steel Fabrication
Sewage Treatment Equipment
Norwalk, Ohio 668-8167
1' Fully equipped T State Licensed
I Dual Controls I AAA Aproved
Teen-age driving program
Qualifies for teenage certification
and Reduced insurance rates
FREE PICKUP AT YOUR HOME
1105 Wayne Street
BETTY DOROW ANTIQUES
lVlilan, Ohio 44846
COMPANY THE BERLIN FRUIT BOX
75 North Pleasant Street
Carpet Mats BERLIN HEIGHTS, OHIO
Rubber Dock Bumpers
4 Miles South of By-Pass 2 on
WATER I-IAULING Route 250, Sandusky, Ohio
81 JUNK YARD
Junk Bought - Parts Sold
RUDY G. SMITH
Route 113 8: Nlilliman Road
lVliIan, Ohio - 2 miles East
Route 1 - Box 394 - Zip 44846 Phone:
I I419I 499-8941
- Watch For Rudy s Water Bucket - 1419, 6261252
Congratulations to the 1973
SCOTTEN FORD- MERCURY
4395 Liberty Ave.
5502 Liberty Avenue
KJRTUJEGJEIBI INSURANCE AGENCY
Life - Residential- Farms - Auto Insurance
MAX C. KRUEGER Main Road
PATRICIA J. KRUEGER Berlin Heights,
Phone 588-2335 Ohio 44814
Berlin Heights gl Huron
588-2031 B. H.
3 Miles East of Huron on Rt. 6 +2
Congratulations to the Class of '73
Huron, Ohio 44839
Open Year Round
Monday thru Saturday
3 p.m. till 2:30 a.m.
Steaks - Seafood
3317 Cleveland Rd. E.
Jct. 61 at 6+2
Men's and Young Men's
Clothing and Shoes
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
Bulova Accutron Watches
Gems and Minerals
Lapidary Equipment and Supplies
372 Main Street
H uron, Ohio
CORNER DRUG STORE
5502 Liberty Avenue
Congratulations to the Class of '73
25733 Chaucer Drive
Westlake, Ohio 44145
Congratulations to the Graduates of
ll' DON'S coFFEE
Don 8: Sue Yassanye
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SANCO PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC.
PAR K-AVE nv LIIZSTAAGKING
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IVlilan, Ohio BO'-OGNA
Congratulations to the Graduates
"Sandusky's Oldest and Finest Store
For Nlen's and Young Men's Clothing"
238 COLUMBUS AVENUE
SANDUSKY, OHIO 44870
Congratulations to the Class of 1973
Best Wishes Class of 1973
219 Columbus Avenue
Breakfast, Lunches, and Fountain
Jerry and Lois Jesberger
Best to Class of '73
F..I. BOOSE AND SONS
Rt. 61 East
V- X ' ',V. 2
Growers of Fine Fruit 81 Vegetables In Season
Congratulations Class of "73"
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
fm OF NORWALK
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170 Milan Ave.
Congratulations Class of 73
VAN DRESSER CORP. I
75 Ontario Street
LEN 'S BARBER SHOP
COP L EY
JOS. P. STIERT, PRESIDENT
C.L. Howells Real Estate
ECliSOI'1 High School: Sportswear
Gym B29 Cameras
Letter Sweaters Sporting Goods 45 E. Front St-
SCWO' -lacliefs Milan, ohio 44846
HOLZAEPFEL BROS. Phone499-4285
162 Columbus Ave.
The Class of "73"
J.R. HOLCOMB 81 CO.
3000QufQ'evRoad MILAN WONDER BAR
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
K 81 H DRUGS
Main Street, Norwalk, Ohio
"ON THE GROW-
TO SERVE YOU BETTER"
AVERY - OHIO
Triple "S" Hybrid Seed Com
Congratulations to the
Class of '73
Lawn, Garden, 81 Power Equip.
Rt. 13, 250 N. Norwalk Phone: 499-8804
1 Hour Service
Drive ln Service
164 Milan Avenue
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
We Buy Scrap
Metal of Any Kind
4'Brass "Aluminum T Copper
Rt. 113 West of Edison High School '
RAWLE FUNERAL HOME
One So. Main St.
Milan, Ohio 44846
Congratulations Class of '73
MILAN METAL PRODUCTS
Ward Swidher 8: Henry Mesenburg
BETSCHMAN'S WEST END
327 West Main Street
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
"The House of Service"
S Car, Truck and Tractor Parts
Complete Machine Shop Service
22 South Linwood
Norwalk, Ohio 44857 Phone: 662-4411
There's always one that soars above
the rest. ln class rings, announcements,
diplomas, club pins, medals and
trophies, that one is Balfour, America's
first jewelry manufacturer - and
2719 North Main Street
Findlay. Ohio 45840
JEVVELRY'S FINEST CRAFTSIVIEN
BILL BEATTY SANDUSKY
HEVIQULE1' CH EV R OLET,
4 . .:.,l.,.4,,.l:,..l, INC-
'- Congratulations to the graduat-
ing seniors of Edison High.
lVlay they have success in all
608 Rye Beach Road
USED CARS at Bypass
IMPORTED MOTORS, INC.
R. R. No. 1 Box 191
SCHII.D'S I.G.A. FOODLINER
171 Milan Ave.
Complete Supermarket with
Deli 81 Bakery
HOME OF THE HUSKY-BURGER
- Soft Ice Creme - Basket Dinners
4' Sundaes ' Splits " Chicken ' Shrimp
T Floats ' Sodas ' Complete Line of Sandwiches
11:00 A.M. 7 Days a Week
For Faster Service
Call in Advance
Cleveland Rd. East Huron
BAY CONSTRUCTION, INC
1630 Sycamore Line
P.O. Box 2036 Annex
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
THE HOME SAVINGS
Congratulations, to the Class of '73
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1485 lexington ave., mansfield, ohio 44907
I8 and 20 Junction
Home Cooking--Reasonable Prices
. ALBRIGHT EQUIPMENT
Sales, Service, and Parts
Albright Equipment Inc.
FAMILY SHOPPING AT lT'S BEST
Route 250 North Norwalk, Ohio
2 Bank St.
' GIFT GALLERY
14 West Nlain St.
Box 313 PH. ees-B164 Norwalk, 07110
B5 BENEDICT AVENUE
NORWALK. OHIO 44857
SALES PSLSERVICE '
Parts 81 Accessories
The year to come out ahead on a Kawasaki
CCSUPER BIKE 75CC MINI
Nickels Cycle Ranch
State Route 113 East
Milan, Ohio 448146
Phone: M192 1199-1971
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Be sure you selecf 'rhe righf ex+inguisher Io suii your need. Ask us for professional
recommendafion on Ihe size and Iype exlinguishers you need for your fire hazards.
In addilion Io pon-lable equipmen+ shown here, we supply mobile unifs, carbon
dioxide hose reels ancl sysfems. Lef us check recharge daies on your presenf
equipment Call us for free inspeciion service.
YOUNGSTOWN MILLER CORP.
I9 I Woodlawn Avenue
NORWALK. or-no 44857 563-3153
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THE HURON COUNTY BANK
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Congratulations To The
Graduating Class of 1973
Bay Pattern Works Division
Route 113 East
RICHMAN BROTHERS AGENCY
America's Largest Maker
And Seller of Nlen's Wear
Young Men's sizes 12 to 20
Go Formal Complete Rental Service
For Any Occasion
Use Our Rental Service
For Your Next Formal Affair.
Open 9:30-9:00 Daily
415 W. Perkins Ave.
MarCom Inc. Wm
Marketing Communications ANGLE
IIIICHAEL L. WHARFF
Exec. VICE Pnnsxnmvr
TELBPH Nomin IIIAIN S
M191 409 3101 Mn.m. omo 44546
Milan - Akron - Cleveland
Fabrication ' " 'J Construction
STIEBER IMPLEMENT SALES IN'C.
Sales - ALLIS-CHALMERS - Service
AT ITS BEST
Bowl Where You See The
0 BILLIARDS 0 SNACK BAR
COMPLETE ACCESSORY LINE IN STOCK
BALLS - BAGS - SHOES - SHIRTS
"We Fit and Drill Our Own Bowling Balls"
COCKTAIL LOUNGE 81 RESTAURANT
BANQUET 8. WEDDING RECEPTION FACILITIES
Open Daily 9 A.M. To 2:30 A.M.
uns, RT. 20 .--- ---- ---- B E LLEVUE. 0.
21 Mill Street
HOUSE OF DONUTS
Coffee Bar-Carry Out
Discount on Quantity Orders
2236 Karl-Ann Dr.
West Perkins Ave.
HORN'S CROP SERVICE CENTER
Wholesale and lVlanufacturing
401 E. Center St.
"Horn O' Plenty"
LOPARO'S BAR BER SHOP
The Best Barbering in Town
Call for Appointment
South lVIain Street
We wish to thank the advertisers and spon-
sors for their financial support in making pub-
lication of the REFLECTIONS possible.
Perhaps you do not know, but over half the
cost for this book was paid for by businesses
and sponsors in Berlin Heights, lVlilan, Nor-
walk, Huron, and Sandusky.
As you look through these ads, try to pat-
ronize these people who helped the staff pro-
duce this book for the students of Edison
The 1973 REFLECTIONS was printed by
the Anchor Printing and Lithographing Co.,
of Fort Worth, Texas. Our representative was
lVlr. Paul Whitaker of Lima, Ohio.
The REFLECTIONS is a member of the
National Scholastic Press Association, the
Journalism Association of Ohio Schools, and
the Northeastern Ohio Scholastic Newspaper
Richard Shafer Studios of lVlilan and Lake-
wood, Ohio, was the Senior class photog-
Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Ellis
Central Security National Bank
of Lorain County
Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Franklin
Mrs. Rocelia White
Mr. Ralph C. Pisano
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Huot
Dr. T. Schoepfle
Mr. and Mrs. John Molnar
Kelkerry of Four Chimneys
Mr. 81 Mrs. Clifford Springer
Mr. 81 Mrs. David Smith
Mr. Dixon Miller
Mr. Steven Schauer
Mr. 81 Mrs. Raymond Reer
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Drake
Dr. Thos. G. Ruh
Ed Woodarsky 81 Diane Franklin
Miss Linda Friend
Mr. 81 Mrs. Rex Bristol
Mr. Richard Taylor
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. A. Early
Mr. 81 Mrs Glen Hennings
Mr. 81 Mrs Cecil Bibb
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ronald E. Molnar
Dr. gl Mrs. C. E. Swanbeck
Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Finnen
Mrs. Ann Vail
Miss Sophia Purcell
Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Zacheral
Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Garwood
Kenneth Morrison D.C.
Billy, Judy gl Gary
Dr. R. L. Blackann
Mrs. William Bass
Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Hall
Dr. 81 Mrs. Darr White
Mr. 81 Mrs. Roy Bristol
Irma 81 Harvey Roberts
Miss Susan Early
Mr. 81 Mrs. Clarence J. Frasher
Mrs. Dorothy Bateson
Crown Motel gl Restaurant
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Dobbins
Mr. 81 Mrs. Les Russell
Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Lindecamp
Mr. 81 Mrs Richard Sisson
Mr. 81 Mrs
Mr. 81 Mrs.
Don 81 Lindy Reising
RICHARD ALLEN BAKER
ROBIN LYNN BARTLETT - Class Social Chairman 2-45 Pep Club
1-45 Vice President 35 Cheerleader 1,2,45 Captain 25 FTA 1-35 Treas-
urer 35 GAA 1,25 Spanish Club 15 Band 1-35 Concert Band 1-35
Marching Band 3.
DENNIS JAMES BOOSE - Science Club 45 Drama Club 45 Plays 45
Most Active Drama Club Member Award 45 Football 1,25 Golf 3,45
SPIRIT Reporter 45 REFLECTIONS Staff 4.
REBECCA ELLEN BRISTOL - GAA 15 Spanish Club 15 FHA 1-45
Representative 15 Library Aide 1-45 Band 1-45 Marching Band 2-45
Pep Band 2-45 SPIRIT Reporter 45 REF LECTIONS Staff 4.
SHEREE LYNN BRUNS - FHA 45 Play 25 GAA 2-45 Girls Basketball
25 Girls Volleyball 2-45 Band 15 Chorus 1-45 District ll 2-45 Special
Chorus 3,45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 3,45 Ohio Wesleyan 45 Fire-
lands Conference Choir 4.
KIM ELIZABETH BUEHRLE - FTA 1,25 Spanish Club 15Pep Club
1-35 GAA 1-45 Chargerette 45 Drama Club 35 Statistician 45 Band
1-45 Marching Band 1-35 Majorette 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 25
MARY ELIZABETH BURNESON - Drama Club 1,25 Chorus 1-4.
PATRICIA LYNN BURRAS - Band 1,25 Ohio Office Education
KAREN ANN BUSH - FTA 2,35 Spanish Club 25 Pep Club 3,45 FHA
45 Science Club 4.
JOAN KATHERINE BUTLER - Play 15 Pep Club 1-35 GAA 2-45
Rifle Club 35 FHA 45 Girls Track 2.
NANCI JANE CARSTEN - FTA 1-35 Pep Club 1-35 Drama Club 1,25
Play 25 Library Aide 1,25 FHA 1,45 GAA 1-45 Chorus 2-45 Firelands
Conference Choir 45 Girls Volleyball 1,25 Baseball Statistician 4.
EUGENE ROGER CI-IARVILLE - Rifle Club 15 Science Club 1,45
Ski Club 25 FFA 2-45 Football 15 Wrestling 1,35 Band 15Stage Band
15 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Soil Judging Team 3,4.
PAMELA ANN CHURCH - FHA 25 V.I.C.A. 3,45 Placed 3rd in
Styling Competition 4.
MARILYN KAY CLINE - NHS 15 Pep Club 1,25 FHA 1-45 Vice
President 35 President 45 Betty Crocker Award 45 Girls State 35
Homecoming Queen 4.
JOHN LEE COOKE - Track 1,25 Basketball 1-45 Most Valuable
Player 45 Student Council 35 Student Responsibility Review Board
PATTI CORDLE - GAA 15 FHA 1-45 Chorus 1,2.
HAL GEOFFREY CRUM - FTA 1,25 Drama Club 3,45 Play 35 Chess
Club 45 Class Treasurer 45 SPIRIT Reporter, Photographer, Editorial
Page Editor 45 REFLECTIONS Photographer 4.
MARC LYNN DANIELS
DEBBY FAY DARROW
PAMELA SUSAN DRAKE - FHA 1,2,45 FTA 1,25 Rifle Club 15 Play
25 Pep Club 2,35 SPIRIT Reporter 45 REFLECTIONS Advertising,
Photographer 45 Band 1-45 Marching Band 2-45 Pep Band 3,45 Stage
Band 45 Solo and Ensemble 1-45 Chorus 2,35 District Il 35 Quill and
SANDRA JOAN EASLER - NHS 1-45 FTA 1-35GAA 1-35Ski Club
2-45 Pep Club 1-45 Cheerleader 1,2,45 Concert Band 1-45 Marching
JEFFREY JAMES EINERSON - NHS 25 Varsity Club 2-45 Treasurer
45 Concert Band 15 Stage Band 3,45 Class President 25 Football 1-45
Wrestling 1-45 Most Valuable Player 45 Dave Reer Pride Award 35
South Shore Wrestling and Officials Coaches Association 45 Boys
State Alternate 3.
WILLIAM ROTHROCK FECYCH - Photography 15 Spanish Club
1,25 Ski Club 1-45 Science Club 1-45 Band 1,25 Marching Band 25
District Il 1,2.
EUGENE ALAN FERNANDEZ - NHS 15 Science Club 15 Varsity
Club 2-45 Student Council 1-45 President 45 Concert Band 1-45Stage
Band 2-45 SPIRIT Reporter 45 REFLECTIONS Business Manager 45
Quill 84 Scroll 45 Football 1-45 Basketball 1-45 Baseball 1-4.
BERNARD GENE FLEMING
CRAIG ALLAN FINNEN - Varsity Club 2-45 SPIRIT Sports Writer
45 REFLECTIONS Sports 45 Football 1-45 Basketball 15 Baseball
DEBORA LOLANDA FOLAND - Library Aide 1,25 V.l.C.A. 4.
JAMIE IRENE FOOS - Class Social Chairman 15 Student Council 25
Cheerleader 2-45 GAA 1,25 Treasurer 25 Spanish Club 15 Ecology
Club 25 FTA 1-35 NHS 3,45 Drama Club 3,45 Treasurer 45 Pep Club
1-45 Concert Band 1-35 Marching Band 2,35 Track Statistician 3,45
Scholarship Team 1,3.
JAMES IRA FORTSON - Varsity Club 3,45 Plays 2,45 Chorus 45
Football 1,25 Wrestling 3,45 Baseball 25 Track 3.
SYBIL CAROL FORTSON - FHA 1-45 Pep Club 15 Play 25 Chorus
1-45 Solo and Ensemble 3,45 District ll 3,4.
DIANE MARIE FRANKLIN - FHA 1-45 Representative 3,45 GAA 15
Play 25 Chorus 3,45 Solo and Ensemble 35 District Il 35 SPIRIT
Feature Eitor 2,35 SPIRIT Editor 45 Activities Editor 45 Most Out-
standing Journalist Award 45 Faculty Editor 35 Assistant Advertising
WALTER BURR FRASHEF3. - Rifle Club 1-45 Secretary 45 Chess
Club 45Golf3,4. I , -
CAROL ELIZABETH FRENCH? D,
SUSAN GAIL GARWOOD - NHS 1-45 Rifle Club 25 FTA 1-35 Span-
ish Club 1,25 Pep Club 3,45 Office Aide 3,45 GAA 45 FFA 3,45
Treasurer 45 County Speech Contest 45 Concert Band 1-45 Marching
Band 2-45 Stage Band 2,45 Pep Band 3,45 Solo and Ensemble 25 Head
Majorette 45 History Scholarship Team 25 Girls State Alternate 3.
DAVID MICHAEL GORMLEY - NHS 1-45 Varsity Club 2-45 Pres-
ident 45 Football 1-45 Baseball 1-35 Basketball 1.
TOM TAYLOR GREEN - Ski Club 1-35 President 25 Golf 15 Wres-
MARK OLIVER GRIBBEN - Football 15 Basketball 1.
KATHIE EILEEN GURNEY - GAA 2,35 Pep Club 1-3: Basketball
Statistician 45 Choir 1-35 Secretary 35 District ll 3.
DEBORAH KAYE HAHN - FHA 1-45 Rifle Club 1,25 Scholarship
JIM HALL - Play 2.
DORIS LOUISE HECKLEMAN - Band 1,25 Choir 3.
BARTON JAY HIBBARD - NHS 2,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Science
Club 45 Class Vice President 35 Band 1-35 Football 1-45 Wrestling
3,45 Conference Champ 45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,45 Scholarship
Team 1-45 Boys State 35 Mathematical Association of America
GREGORY DWIGHT HIRE - NHS 1,3,45 President 45 Science Club
1,45 President 45 Ecology Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Class President 45
Student Council Member 1-45 President 2, Treasurer 35 Scholarship
Team 1-45 Boys State 35 Student Council Workshop 25 National
Merit Scholarship Finalist 45 Mathematical Association of America
Award 45 Outstanding Teenagers of America Award 45 Who's Who in
American High School Students 4.
CATHY ANNE HOHMAN - NHS 1-45 Recording Secretary 45 GAA
1-45 FTA 1-35 Pep Club 2-45 Library Aide 1,25 Spanish Club 15 Class
Secretary 1-35 Concert Band 1-45 Marching Band 2-35 Pep Band 3,45
Solo and Ensemble 1,3,45 District ll 45 Baseball Statistician 2-45
Scholarship Team 1,25 Girls State Alternate 3.
JOHN RICHARD HYDE - Varsity Club 2,35 Football 1-45 Most
Valuable Player 45 Wrestling 1,2.
JO ELLYN ISENBERG - NHS 3,45 Vice Presdient 45 Science Club 45
GAA 2-45 President 45 Drama Club 25 Play 25 Choir 1,3,45 Select
Choir 3,45 District ll 35 Solo and Ensemble 45 Ohio Wesleyan 4-5
Firelands Choir 45 Student Council Member 25 GAA Basketball
Team 2,45 Basketball Statistician 2,45 Scholarship Team 3,4.
ROBERT WILLIAM JOHNSON - Science Club 45 Drama Club 45
Play 45 Best Actor Award 45 SPIRIT Columnist and Editorial 45
REFLECTIONS Academics Editor 45 Quill 84 Scroll 45 Football 25
JOHN BRUCE KINNARD - Varsity Club 2-45 Concert Band 1-35
Stage Band 35 Wrestling 1-45 Track 1,3,4.
ETTA JOYCE KOONCE - FTA 2,35 FHA 45 Pep Club 2,35 GAA 2,35
Volleyball Team 25 Basketball Team 25 Choir 1,45 Concert Band 1-45
Marching Band 2-45 Stage Band 1,3,45 Pep Band 45 SPIRIT Reporter
45 REF LECTIONS Editor of Classes 45 Scholarship Team 1.
PENNY J. KRENZER - Cheerleader 2-45 Pep Club 1-45 FHA 1-45
Treasurer 45 Homecoming Attendant 3,4.
CLAUDE WILLIAM LATHAM - NHS 1-45 Rifle Club 3,45 Science
Club 45 Concert Band 1,25 Marching Band 25 Stage Band 1,25 Solo 84
Ensemble 15 Basketball 1-45 Scholarship Team 1,25 Who's Who in
American High School Students 4.
LEE ANN LEHMANN - FHA 1-4.
KATHY EILEEN LIKES GAA 1 4' Volleyball Team 24 Pe Club
' ' I - 7 D
1-35 Chargerettes 45 President 45 Play 25 Student Council 1045 Repre-
sentative 15 Secretary 2,35 Choir 1-45 President 35 Solo and Ensem-
ble 2-45 District II 2,35 Firelands Choir 45 Wesleyan 45 All Ohio
Youth Choir 35 Track Statistician 1-45 Scholarship Team 2-4.
DIANE SUSAN LIVENGOOD - FHA 1,35 Choir 15 OOEA 4.
CHARLES THOMAS MCCONNELL - Science Club 45 Football 15
Basketball 2,35 Golf 1,3,4.
ROBIN McCOY - Journalism Club 15 GAA 1.
LINDA SUE McKINNON - FHA 1-45 FTA 1,25 Teacher Aide 1-45
SPIRIT Reporter and Exchange Editor 3,45 REFLECTIONS Stu-
dent Life and Advertising 1-4.
JACK RICHARD MEYERS - Class Vice President 25 Class President
35 Rifle Club 1,25 Concert Band 1-45 Marching Band 2-45 Stage Band
2-45 John Philip Sousa Award 45 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2-4.
GREGORY ALAN MOREY - Rifle Club 15 Science Club 15 Drama
Club 35' Concert Band 1-45 Marching Band 2-45 Stage Band 35 Pep
KARIN LESLIE MYERS - FHA 15 Concert Band 1-45 Marching
Band 2,35 Pep Band 35 Majorette 45 Girls Track 2.
ER LENDA NEWSOME
JON LEWIS NICKOLS
SHELLEY ANN OBERMILLER - Class Vice President 15 NHS 3,45
FTA 1-35 Spanish Club 1,3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 GAA 1,25
Drama Club 2,35 Cheerleader 1-45 Concert Band 1-3.
RALPH EDWARD O'HARA - Class Vice President 45 Varsity Club
2-4: Publicitv Manager 45 Football 2-45 Basketball 1-45 SPIRIT
Sports Writer 45 REFLECTIONS Sports Section 4.
RICHARD MICHAEL PEABODY - Ski Club 1,45 Football 1.
PAULA JANE PHILLIPS - FTA 1-35 GAA 1-35 Pep Club 1,25 Span-
ish Club 15 Class Treasurer 1-35 Cheerleader 15 Concert Band 1-35
Marching Band 253.
PAUL ALBERT PHILLIPS - Play 25 Concert Band 1-45 President
3,45 Drum Major 2-45 Stage Band 25 Choir 2-45 Solo and Ensemble
2-45 Firelands Choir 45 Ohio Wesleyan Choir 45 District II 25 Basket-
ball 1-45 Boys State 3.
DENISE LYNN PLUMB
MICHAEL CRAIG POYER
DANIEL RAY PRITT - Student Council 15 Varsity Club 2-45 Foot-
ball 1-45 Wrestling 15Track 1-4.
JAMES ROBERT PYLE - NHS 15 Football 15 Basketball 1-45 Boys
KATHLEEN LOIS REER - NHS 15 FHA 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 FTA
1-35 Spanish Club 3,45 SPIRIT Reporter 45 REFLECTIONS Index
Editor 45 Quill 84 Scroll 45 Scholarship Team 15 Girls State Alternate
LINDY LOU REISING - SPIRIT Feature Editor 2,35 Reporter 45
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KENT CHARLES ROCKWELL - NHS 1-45 Rifle Club 1-45 President
45 Science Club 1,45 Ski Club 25 Spanish Club 45 Concert Band 1,25
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Students 45 Wrestling 15 Golf 1.
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DENNIS LEE SPRADLIN - Varsity Club 2-45 Football 15 Basketball
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KAREN ANN STEGMAN - NHS 1-35 Pep Band 'I-35 GAA 1,25 Vol-
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DARLENE MICHELE STRONG - FHA 1-45 Chorus 1-45 Solo and
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Baseball 1-45 Ohio North-South High School Game 4.
Agee, Debby 55, 82, 88, 125, 136, 141
Agee, Lindy 98, 136, 141, 143
Anderson, Connie 82, 144
y, Susan 98, 131, 144
Ash, Debby 82, 144
Baker, Richard 108
Barker, Dennis 50, 90
Barker, Randy 20, 36, 37, 50, 65, 82, 88
Barnes, Jenny 95, 127, 131, 144, 145
Bartlett, Robin 13, 108, 118, 138
Bastien, Nancy 82, 136, 144
Bateson, Nanette 59, 98, 105, 127, 131
Bauer, Laura 82, 144
Beck, Michelle 142
Beese, Cindy 82
Beese, Sharon 82, 127, 144
Bellamy, Cirildy 82, 136, 138, 144
Bennett, Loretta 98
Bennett, Paul 36, 82
Canterbury, Debbie 82, 144
Canterbury, Estel 15, 65, 98, 127, 131,
Carsten, Nanci 109, 127, 141, 144
Carver, Catherine 109
Carver, John 82
Caskey, Darrell 98
Caskey, Debbie 82, 144
Castle, Cheryl 82, 144
Caudill, Tammy 82, 88, 124
Charville, Barbara 82, 136
Charville, Eugene 76, 109, 128, 132
Chauvin, Jeffery 59, 90, 95, 133, 136
Chauvin, John 98, 136
Cheesman, Susan 90, 141, 143, 144, 145
Cheesman, Terry 38, 39, 98, 127, 140
Church, Mitchell 109
Church, Pamela 109
Clark, Judy 63
Cleavenger, Franklin 90
Cleavenger, William 104
Cline, Marilyn 9, 10, 109, 144
Codeluppi, Jeannie 99, 127
Bennett, Vaughn 98
Best, Patty 90, 133, 141, 145, 160
Bibb, June 157
Bibb, Tom 36
Biemler, Bill 98
Biemler, Holly 2, 70, 90, 124, 131, 133, 145
Billups, Dennis 98,136
Bishop, Bud 13, 82
Blackann, David 90
Cole, Bonnie 83
Cole, Linda 83, 136, 144
Cole, Lynette 55, 156
Cole, Thomas 110
Cooke, John 13, 42, 67, 108, 110, 140
Cooley, Joan 99, 105, 133, 136, 142, 143
Patti 110, 144
Blackburn, Beth 82, 136
Suzanne 82, 131, 136
Boos, Richard 90
Boose, Dennis 5, 15, 19, 75, 108, 131, 132,
Boose, Kathy 82, 88, 136, 138,,
Boose, Linda 90, 136 3
Booth, Douglas 90
Booth, Melinda 55, 82, 127,141, 144
Bostater, John 30, 48, 72, 90
Crecelius, Becky 83, 138
Crecelius, Steven 44, 99, 128, 129
Cring, Brenda 90, 97, 144, 145
Crum, Geoff 67, 108, 110, 135
Daniels, Marc 132
Dann, Linda 83, 127, 138, 144
Darrow, Debby 71, 144
Darrow, Helena 1, 99, 144
Darrow, Tim 104
Davis, Jane 83
Davis, Marjorie 15, 99, 127, 131
Boyden, Robert 30, 41, 90
Boyden, William 30, 41, 90, 125, 132
Brewer, Thomas 98
Brimer, Lani 90, 133, 141
Bristol, Rebecca 5, 65, 108, 135, 136, 144
Bristol, Russell 30, 90
Brown, Chris '
Brunow, Pattie 9, 10, 98, 124, 135, 142,
Brunow, Pete 36, 37, 38, 82, 88
Bruns, Sheree 109, 127, 141, 144
Buehrle, Karen 82, 141
Buehrle, Kathy 55, 98, 133, 136, 141, 142,
Day, Donald 5, 154
Deehr, Randy 20, 36, 37, 41, 50,
DeLamater, Patricia 91, 94, 136, 144
Demuth, Cindy 67, 83, 88
Dennie, Louis 91
Dennis, Debbie 83, 141, 144
Dennis, Sandra 91
DeWitt, David 99
DeWitt, Denise 83, 144
DeWitt, Terry 101
Dickman, Debra 83, 127, 138, 144
Dillon, Gary 71, 83
Buehrle, Kris 82, 136, 138, 141
Burcaw, Karen 98, 131
Burdue, Guy 90
Burdue, Joan 165
Burdue, Larry 22, 163
Burkett, William 71, 98
Burneson, Mary 109, 127, 141
Burns, Glenda 19, 90,131,133, 136, 138
Scott 44, 90
Burris, Carl 98, 125, 136, 140
Bush, Karen 109, 116, 132, 138, 144
Butler, Joan 109
Byers, Paulette 90, 138
Byrd, Sue 90
Dircks, Amy 83, 136, 138, 141
Dixon, David 91, 128
Doerner, Bruce 30, 91
Doerner, Lela 162
Drake, Brian 91
Drake, Jerry 58, 99
Drake, Pam 110, 136, 144
Dubuc, Roger 36, 41, 83
Dunham, David 22, 30, 31, 35, 39, 99, 140
Dute, Melody 99
Early, Frances 5, 15, 27, 99, 127, 131, 133,
Easler, Sandy 13, 101, 138, 142
Easier, Sherry 82, 83, 136, 138, 141, 142,
Edwards, Mary 99
Emerson, Jeff 30, 38, 39, 40, 60, 110,
Einerson, Judy 91, 133, 136, 141
Ellis, Karen 91, 144, 145, 165
Eppler, Linda 91, 143, 144, 145
Eppler, Thomas 1, 71, 99, 136
Eslinger, Cynthia 91, 141, 144,145
Ezell, Ludie 65, 99, 127, 141, 144
Fahning, Tim 45, 83
Fecych, Bill 15,132
Ferber, Susan 91, 144
Ferguson, Thomas 30, 45, 156
Fernandez, Gene 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,
50, 52, 110, 124, 132, 135, 140
Feyedelem, John 66, 153
Finnen, Craig 10, 30, 33, 50, 110, 135,
Finnen, Kathleen 91, 127, 138
Finnen, Rosemary 144, 155
Fleming, Bernard 110
Flesher, Anita 83, 136, 144
Fletcher, Richard 83, 88
Foland, Debra 110
Followay, Mary 74, 99, 101, 127, 144
Foos, Jacquie 5, 83, 136, 138, 141
Foos, Jamie 5, 13, 20, 75, 111, 131, 138,
Fortson, Carol 75, 111, 124, 127, 144
Fortson, Jim 5, 38, 72, 111, 127, 140
Fox, Patty 91, 97, 131, 144
Fox, Tim 111
Frankboner, Ann 83, 141
Franklin, Diane 67, 111,127, 134, 135, 144
Franklin, Richard 91
Frasher, Walter 54, 111, 125
French, Carol 111,131
Friend, Linda 144, 155
Frost, Phyllis 151
Gabel, Marcia 15, 99, 131
Gabel, Terry 36, 54, 83
Gadd, Cheryl 66, 83, 144
Garwood, Bonnie 55, 76, 82, 83, 128, 129,
Garwood, Frank 148
Garwood, James 98, 99, 105, 128, 129
Garwood, Susan 111, 128, 136, 138, 144,
Gasek, Christine 99, 144
Geason, Jeff 30, 44, 50, 91
Georgiafandis, Nick 27, 95, 127, 136, 137,
Gillard, David 38, 63, 98, 99, 105, 136,
Gliatta, Annette 91, 133,136, 138, 141,
Gliatta, Cynthia 55, 99, 124, 143, 160
Gnecco, Kim 91, 138, 142
Goodman, Don 165
Gormley, David 10, 111, 112,140
Gormley, Lisa 83, 138, 144
Graham, Joy 55, 67, 91, 133, 136,138, 141
Graves, Daniel 68, 91, 131
Green, Tom 111
Gribben, Craig 15, 99, 131
Gribben, Mark 24, 111
Grimm, David 24, 59, 132, 152
Grosswiler, Rhea 83, 127, 144
Ground, Kim 99, 136
Guaderrama, Ovidia 133, 145, 157
Gurney, Kathie 111
Habeck, Raidean 83, 141, 144
Habeck, Raymond 112
Habernigg, Wayne 62, 71, 83
Haeuptle, Andy 36, 41, 83
Haeuptle, Patrick 38, 99
Hahn, Betty 165
Hahn, Debby 112, 144
Hall, Charles 5, 67, 148
Hall, Jim 112
Hall, Patricia 15, 19, 99, 105, 124, 127,
Hall, Terry 44, 69, 99
Hamons, Patricia 15, 91, 97, 131
Hansen, Kurt 91, 95, 136
Hart, Nancy 90, 91, 136, 141, 144
Hast, Barbara 91, 133, 136, 144
Hast, Harold 165
Hayes, Bobby 71, 83
Hayes, Bradley 100
Hayes, Janice 91
Heckelman, Ann 55, 100, 127, 141
Heckelman, Doris 13, 72, 75, 112
Kastor, Valerie 84, 144
Kenne, James 84, 127
Kile, David 20, 30, 38, 40, 61, 150
King, Vicki 84, 138
Kinnard, J. Bruce 2, 49, 50, 58, 113, 132,
Klepper, Tom 42, 66, 100
Klingler, Jacqueline 92, 143, 144
Klingler, Tom 100
Knallay, Chris 84, 85
Edward 100, 128
Meyers, Jean 85, 136, 138
Micheals, Laura 15,19, 93, 131, 133, 142
Miller, Dixon 1, 27, 63, 125,142, 158
Mills, Grace 85
Mills, Richard 43, 44, 59, 65, 69, 101,
Mitchell, Gail 93, 138
Mockler, Julie 85, 136
Mohn, Joni 93, 127
Moon, Irma 161
Heckelman, Loren 44, 50, 92, 125, 132
Heckelman, Susan 55, 83, 141, 144
Heitchler, Jacqueline 92, 141, 144, 165
Hemchek, Richard 54, 92
Hennings, Glen 148
Hennings, Kyle 100, 125, 127, 132, 133,
Henry, James 36, 45, 83, 128
Heriff, Mark 84
Hibbard, Bart 30, 38, 50, 110, 112, 132
Hibbard, Julie 15,100, 131, 136
Hicks, Barbara 83
Hicks, Dianne 112
Hicks, Kathleen 100,127, 131
Hill, Frank 104, 127, 128
Hillis, Barbara 100, 127, 132, 133
Hillman, Thomas 20, 50, 112
Hipp, Brian 100
Hipp, Lisa 100, 127, 131
Hippler, Charles 45, 54, 83, 128
Hippler, Sarah 165
Hire, Greg 59, 67,108,112,118,119,
124,132, 133, 145
Hoag, Debbie 84, 136
Hoffman, Patty 92, 138
Hohman, Cathy 112, 136, 138, 141
Hohman, Debra 92,131, 138,145
Holbrook, Vanessa 117
Holder, Sue 70, 159
Holzmiller, Darlene 112
Hopkins, Greg 84
Hopkins, John 100
Howald, Maria 84, 136
Howard, Dan 84
Hoyman, Esther 162
Hupter, David 22, 58, 84, 125, 136
Hutchins, Ronnie 36, 37, 84
Hutchinson, Daniel 15, 100, 124
Hyde, John 10, 30,112,140
Ingram, Chris 92
Ingram, Randy 112
lsenberg, Jo Ellyn 55,113,119,127,132,
141, 142, 162
Januska, Kathy 100, 131
Jenkins, Earl 84
Jenkins, Rebecca 100, 144
Jenkins, Sandy 84, 127, 138, 144
Johns, Laurie 100, 142
Johns, Lisa 92
Johnson, Rob15,19, 58, 113, 131, 132
Justi, Bonnie 84, 88,138, 144
Justi, Connie 82, 84, 136, 141
Justi, Edward 100
Justi, Pamela 100
Kaczor, Margaret 100, 144
Kamens, Joyce 84, 125, 131, 136, 138
Kamens, Karla 15, 59, 65, 100, 131, 133,
Kastor, Marcia 59, 100, 144
Knallay, John 41, 92
Koch, Dale 36, 45, 84
Koonce, Etta 5, 65, 113, 127, 135, 136,
Krause, Marilyn 84, 136
Krenzer, Penny 9, 10, 13, 113, 138, 142,
Kropf, Matt 84, 128
Krueger, Max 148
Lake, Daniel 30, 34, 42, 100
Lake, Linda 5, 20, 55,100,138,141,142
Lambert, Susie 2, 9, 10, 84, 136, 138
Lang, Oueta 85, 88, 127, 144
Lasch, Robert 72, 92
Latham, Claude 42, 113, 132
Latham, Suzanne 92, 131, 133, 136, 138
Latrany, Kathy 84, 85, 136, 138
Laughlin, Bill 163
Laughlin, Kim 75,100,127, 144
Leber, Robin 92
Leber, Sharon 92, 97 '
Lehmann, Lee 113, 131,144
Lehmann, Vicki92,131, 133, 136,141,145
Leimbach, Gary 85
Lenz, Toby 85
Leveritt, Leanne 90, 92, 95, 131, 136
Lewis, Mike 38, 40, 101 , 140
Libby, Sara 65, 85, 127
Likes, Carmen 85, 88, 124, 127, 131, 138,
Likes, Kathy 9,10,113,124,127,141.
Lindecamp, Charles 1, 149
Lindecamp, Margery 159
Livengood, Diane 113
Livengood, Mike 85
Livengood, Patrick 44, 92
Logan, Vivienne 92, 97, 144
Lowry, Ricky 85, 128
Lowry, Terri 61, 124, 144
Lutes, Michael 2, 30, 92
Mahaffey, Angie 85
Maines, Darrell 44, 50, 63, 92, 125
Malone, Kathy 101, 136,141
Marshall, Scarlett 92, 128, 141, 145
Martin, Ty 13, 41, 92
Martz, Arthur101, 127,132
Martz, Edwin 19, 85
Mason, Mark 30, 41, 92
Mattlage, Lisa 85, 127
McConnell, Charles 54, 113, 132, 134
McCoy, Wayne 44, 92, 136
Mclntyre, Michelle 93, 133, 138,141
McKinnon, Janice 162
McKinnon, Linda 113, 134,144
McLoda, Sandra 101
McPeek, Donna 93
McWilliams, Patricia 22, 64, 101, 127, 132,
Meyers, Christine 64, 65, 98, 101, 127, 132,
Meyers, Helen 162
Meyers, Jack 50, 113, 136, 140
Moon, Tom 30, 41,101,140
Moore, Bonnie 90, 93
Morey, Greg 113, 131, 136
Morgan, Chuck 45, 85, 93
Morrow, Debbie 88, 144
Mortensen, Sheree 85
Mowry, Daisy 162
Moyer, Diane 5, 55, 82, 85, 136, 141
Moyer, Gordon 44, 90, 93, 133
Moyer, Steve 101, 128
Mullins, Rickie 93
Murphy, John 127,136
Murray, Kathy 93, 136, 142
Myers, Eric 54, 93, 125, 136
Myers, Karin 5, 24, 136, 113
Myers, Leona 163
Nace, George 101
Nealey, Ray 85
Newsome, Delores 85
Newsome, Erlena 117
Newsome, Glena 93
Nickols, Joan 101, 131
Nickols, Jon 113
Noftz, Ronald 101
Nolan, Terry 38, 101
Nottke, Russell 101
Obermiller, Shelley 5, 13, 20, 60, 113,
133, 138, 142
O'Hara, Ralph 30, 42, 43, 108, 114, 118
Old, Mike 85,125
Old, Sheri 85
Opfer, Donald 101, 140
Osburne, Jerry 30, 36, 44, 142, 158
Oswald, Norman 85
Payne, Dan 36, 45, 85, 128
Payne, Lonnie 85
Payne, Micky 22, 102
Payne, Ricky 104
Peabody, David 102, 142
Peabody, Richard 142
Peterson, Janice 93
Peterson, Thomas 5, 68, 102
Michael 30, 93
Paul 42, 114, 127, 136
Roger 49, 93
Sally 86, 138
Pickerell, Paul 102
Pittinger, Ken 36, 86, 125
Plumb, Dan 36, 37, 86, 124
Plumb, Denise 10, 114
Poling, Terry 66, 131, 142, 144, 145
Pomeroy, Gilbert 93
Pomeroy, Lynn 86, 144
Pool, Betty 86, 144
Porter, Randy 36, 64, 82, 86
Poyer, Michael 72, 114
Pritt, Dan 24, 30, 32, 33, 48, 114, 140
Privett, Bobby 93
Puder, Christina 102
Purcell, Sophia 151
Putnoky, Edward 102, 128
Putnoky, Emery 93
Pyle, James 42, 114
Raboin, Randy 86, 128
Raboin, Wayne 45, 86
Ramon, Julie 102, 144
Raymond, John 102, 127, 128
Reer, Kathy 114, 120, 133, 135, 138, 144
Reising, Donald 102, 140
Reising, Lindy 65, 114, 134, 143
Reising, Peg 165
Rice, Carol 5, 65, 114, 118, 136,144
Rice, Ed 36, 86
Risner, Carol 93, 131, 144
Risner, Doug 114
Ritz, Peggy 93, 97
Roberts, Helen 93, 127
Robinette, Kayra 114
Robinette, Tony 20, 36, 44, 50, 85, 86
Rockwell, Jerald 93, 125, 132
Rockwell, Kent 114, 119,132, 133
Rogers, Tim 102, 142
Siebert, Gary 94
Signs, Debbie 86
Signs, Margaret 86
Simon, Hal 101,103,125
Simpson, Laurie 19, 103, 131, 144
Valentine, Lucy 65, 104, 144
VanWinkel, Don 41, 61,104
VanWinkle, Jack 36, 41 , 50, 87
Vartorella, Martha 1, 141, 156
Vartorella, Vickie 104
Sisson, Donna 149
Mark 36, 45, 54, 68, 86, 124, 128
Slone, Paul 10, 30, 115, 140
Smith, Beverly 115
Smith, Charlie 86, 128
Smith, Darlene 74, 115, 127, 144
Smith, Kim 94
Smith, Michael A. 44, 66, 193
Vaughan, Jeffrey 95
Viock, Harry 87
Vowell, Cheryl 104
Vowell, Judy 95,131,144
Vowell, Taunya 87, 144
Walker, Becky 104
Wallace, Patricia 104, 144
Wallace, Ronald 76, 140
Romell, Peggy 102
Rooker, Barbara 115, 127, 131
Rooker, Joseph 93
Rooker, Roger 13, 45, 86, 136, 137
Roscoe, Jacqueline 65, 159
Rose, Becky 15, 86
Rosekelly, Dan 13, 36, 41, 86
Rosekelly, Donna 102, 127, 138, 144
Rosekelly, Douglas 102
Ross, Alexis 102, 127
Ross, Deborah 115, 127, 144
Ross, Gail 86, 144
Roth, Wayne 38
Russell, Mamie 92, 127, 142, 145
Russell, Sally 94, 102, 142, 143
Ryan, Milton 115
Salmons, Jim 30, 33, 35, 50, 51, 102, 140
Sanders, Carroll 1, 66, 71, 120, 148
Sanders, Patty 86, 138, 144
Sanders, Thomas 24, 30, 32, 102, 103, 140,
Sandler, Roxanne 103
Satterfield, Lavonne 154
Saunders, Lonnie 115
Sax, Kenneth 103
Schaeffer, Michelle 115, 143
Schaeffer, Scott 2, 38, 94, 95, 140
Schauer, Steven 60, 131, 150
Scheetz, Cindy 94, 144
Schenk, Carol 103, 144
Schifer, Michael 42, 43, 124, 149
Schlessman, Herbert 148
Schnee, Roger 115
Schnee, Wayne 103
Schroeder, Sherry 86
Schroeder, William 15, 103, 142
Sedlock, William 94
Segee, Crystal 94
Sexton, Darlene 71, 103, 144, 161
Sexton, Eugene 94, 128
Shafer, Duane 103, 125,- 136
Shafer, Richard 5
Shane, Dale 30, 42, 103, 105, 127
Shaw, Stephen 50, 51, 115, 119, 140
Shelley, Rachel 64, 103, 127, 138, 144
Shelly, Tim 36, 86
Shingleton, Linda 115, 135, 144
Shively, Dawn 94, 127, 143
Shively, Willis 165
Shoop, Gary 115
Shover, Michael 38, 54, 63, 90, 93, 94, 125
Siebert, Diane 24, 94, 131
Smith, Michael B. 42, 69, 115, 127, 131,
Smith, Michael C. 103, 142
Smyth, Nancy 94, 131, 133, 136, 145
Sommers, Mark 36, 37
Soviak, Betty 1, 86
Sparks, Thomas 115
Sparks, Timothy 116
Speer, Terry 94
Spencer, Carol 103, 127, 144
Spencer, David 94
Spoerr, Judy 9, 10, 94, 131, 133, 136, 145
Spradlin, Dennis 48, 116, 140
Sprau, Linda 86, 127, 144
Sprau, Terry 104
Springer, Jim 30, 38, 39, 103, 104, 140
Springer, Karen 86, 136, 141
Springer, Ken 30, 38, 103, 140
Stanforth, Rex 22, 60, 108, 131, 150
Stanley, Carol 103
Stanley, Clarence 103, 128
Stegman, Karen 116
Stein, Joanne 55, 103, 141
Stelma, Greg 103
Stenger, Edward 116
Stiles, Sheree 86, 127
Still, Jeff 50, 51, 68, 116, 140
Stoll, Theodore 132, 152
Stout,.Cheryl 65, 86, 144
Stout, Richard 86, 127
Strader, Larry 87
Strader, Robert 128
Stratton, Mark 54, 87, 125
Stratton, William 103, 135
Strong, Darlene 116, 127, 144
Wallrabenstein, Laura 95, 136, 142,145
Wallrabenstein, Russell 148
Walton, Christine 194
Ward, Jeffrey 125, 132
Wasmiller, Elaine 157
Watson, Janice 92, 95
Weatherspoon, Terry 104
Weeks, Patty 87, 144
, Beverly 104,127,128,138,141
, Eugene 76,104, 128
, Jim 45, 87, 128
, Stanley 87, 125
Weilnau, Steve 116, 128
Weisenberger, Deborah 116
Weit, Ruth 161
Weitzel, Dale 49, 74, 116, 140
Weitzel, Bill 117
Welfle, Chris 69, 117
Welfle, Jayne 1, 95,1271 138,143
Westcott, Kerry 19, 131, 136
Wetzel, Michael 95, 128
Whaley, Gary 13, 87
White, Cathi 117, 134, 144
Whitehead, Wayne 72, 117
Whittington, James 30, 33, 155
Wigner, Dana 94, 95, 141, 143,144
Wikel, Debbie 117,133,135, 138,144
Wikel, Robert 45, 87
Wikel, Ted 87, 128
Wilcox, Robert 48, 101, 104
Wiley, Rosemary 95
Williams, Julie 95,144, 145
Willis, Brian 1, 30, 44, 50, 95, 144
Willis, Dan 30, 38, 50, 52, 104, 140
Willis, Debbie 104
Suhanic, James 103, 128
Suhanic, Kim 55, 87, 125, 128, 138, 141
Swartz, Howard 30, 41, 94
Swartz, Laura 103, 127, 138, 144
r, Janet 108, 116,127, 132,143
Swineford, Mary Ann 165
Taylor, Randy 30, 94
Taylor, Rebecca 116
Taylor, Richard 30, 50, 51, 87, 95, 153
Taylor, Robin 55, 94,124, 133,141,145
Taylor, Todd 45
Taylor, Vickie 15, 104,131,136
, Gwyneth 127,131,144,145
, Scott 87
, Bruce 76, 128, 152
s, Barb 131, 144, 145
s, Diane 87, 138
Thomas, Sandy 75, 104
Thomason, Chuck 36
son, Donna 65, 71, 95, 144
son, James 87, 88
Toler, Libby 55, 87, 136, 138, 141
e, Jerri 95, 138, 144
e, Joyce 22, 116, 134, 142, 143
Wolf, Barb 104
Woolever, Lois 87, 127, 138
Carla 5, 104, 133, 136
Alice 87, 127, 171
Young, Cheryl 87, 127
Young, Connie 87
Young, James 104
Young, Rita 127,131
Young, Ron 42, 104
Yunghans, Howard 48, 132, 152
Zacherl, Cindy 117, 136, 144
Zadell, John 2, 30, 42, 50, 60, 67, 124,
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