Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

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Our city of Toledo has served as a center for preparing an ever increasing variety of shipments for their ultimate destinations throughout the world. Similarly, Libbey has helped the stu- dents chart their courses for the future so that after four years of essential preparation they can depart, equipped for success in their chosen fields of endeavor. i KEY TO THE FUTURE i Just as a key opens a lock, similarly out high school education will open for us a whole new future. Each friend, teacher, or experience at Libbey has been a key to add to our ability to cope with the new challenges and undertakings which life will Present. And just as different keys open different locks, the knowledge and understanding which these individuals have given us will open separate doors to the world and to our maturity. Although in the future we shall meet many more influences which will mold our character and enrich our lives, we shall never forget the experiences which have played such an im- portant role in fashioning our lives here at Libbey; for education is the key that unlocks the secrets of life and learning. jaAl; OK Contentd THE ADMINISTRATION direct us in all educational projects. ........................ 8 THE FACULTY impart knowledge and guide us toward success. ................ 12 THE SENIORS embark upon the "turbulent sea of life." .................... 24 THE UNDERCLASSMEN aspire toward that symbol of success, a diploma. .............. 52 ACTIVITIES offer opportunities for social growth and fellowship ............ 84 ATHLETICS teach us, uItls not whether we win or lose but how we play the game." ............................... 118 SPONSORS make our many activities possible by their loyal support ........ 136 :4: jn Memoriam MR. MELVIN MORTIMER These characteristics mark a man who has been accorded the respect and love of students and teachers alike. With his ready smile and cheery greeting, Mr. Mortimer inspired trust and confidence in all whom he met. His gentlemanly manner and friendly approach truly reflected his kindness and consideration toward his associates and pupils. After his transfer from Macomber Vocational High School to Libbey, he tendered twenty-one years of faithful and loyal service to our school as an expert in the field of electricity and as an outstanding teacher of mathematics. For his constancy and goodness, he merits our respect, loyalty, and love as well as the deep serenity of peace that is his now. We shall remember him in the long years ahead as a perfect gentleman and the epitome of integrity. The thought of his indomitable cheerfulness in spite of ill health will always be an inspiration to us. We shall not say farewell, for his in- fluence will be with us throughout our lives as we strive to follow in his path of integrity and wisdom. "Tlaere i! a destiizy tlaat make; 215 brother: None goes laix way alone. All that we Jend into the live: of other! C omey back into our own? -Edwi72 Mm-Hmm :5: A true friend . . . A dedicated teacher . . . A perfect gentlemen Miss Lydia Fiedler Retiring after thirty-eight years of service at Libbey, Miss Fiedler, head of the science department, leaves behind her a record of true dedication to the welfare of the students of South Toledo. Beginning her career here two years after Libbey was opened, she organized the first Biology Club and promoted interest in her subject. After receiving her Bache- lor of Science degree from Grinnell College, she furthered her education by studying for her Master of Science degree at the University of Michigan. eclication Travel has played an important part in her life; shc has been to Mexico, traveled extensively throughout the United States, and voyaged twice to Europe. Her hobbies include reading and fancy cooking. Included in her plans for the future is a trip to California and the World's Fair in Seattle, Washington. When asked to comment on Libbey she said, "I have cn- joyed teaching here and watching the Changes that have taken place." Miss Lydia Ficdlcr can truly be called 21 "dc- voted teacher." "If 1m: 10011: 1111011 marble, ll will perish; if we work 11,0011 1mm, lime will efface ll; if we rear temples, Hwy will H'IIIIIlch inlo :lml: lJIIl if we work upon immw'ml mimli', if we imbue llaem will: principles, . . . we engrrzl'e 012 llama lillilelJ' .mmcllaing wlyicla will lJI'lgbIWI In all cleriiilyf" esziel Webner By the innumerable students who have been favorably in- fluenced by him, Mr. Lincke will long be remembered and respected. Besides his hours of classroom teaching, Mr. Lincke has also devoted his skill to being adviser of the Projection Club. A3 are most members of his profession, Mr. Lincke is in- terested not only in teaching but also in increasing his own fund of knowledge. To attain this aim, he has spent many vacations traveling throughout the United States and Cana- Mr. Henry W. Lincke da. Proving his great interest in nature and also in bettering America, Mr. Lincke is a member of the Toledo Naturalist Association and Plans after his retirement to care for 17,000 trees on his forty acre farm. Commenting on his twenty-five years at Libbey, Mr. Lincke said, tiI am proud to have been associated with a school which provides such great opportunities for young people." The Edelian staff is indeed proud to dedicate this 1962 edition to such a fine and inspiring teacher. "1962 still finds us in a troubled world. It is a world in ferment. Peoples everywhere are becoming concerned about the good life. They have been awakened by their contact with those who have had the benefit of education. They are making many mistakes. They are easily mis- directed. But the important fact is that they want to be different from what they have bccn although they may not know how different. This is a wonderful time to be graduating from high school. I congratulate you on your achieve- ment and hope for you great satisfaction in your future activities in this most challenging world." HPhilo C. Dunsmorc Wedaaged our PHILO C. DUNSMORE Superintendent Members of the Board of Education serving Toledo schools are Ucft to righo Rabbi Morton Goldberg, Mrs. Jane Kuebbeler, president; Dr. Frank Brown, vice president; Mrs. Carol Pictx'ykowski, Mr. Davxd Rittenhouse. The plans suggested by Mr. Rusie were heartily accepted by the ofhcers of the Student Council: John Wil- liams, sgt.-at-arms; Sandy Keim, secy.-treas.; Sam Hazard, pres.; Roger. Newman, vice-pres. POM .x461minidlrafion "This year, Libbey High School bids farewell not only to the seniors who will graduate, but to many juniors, sophomores, and freshmen who will leave to attend a new school next year. To the seniorseCongratulations! You have finished a job and are ready for new fields to conquer. To the juniors who chose to leave and to the sophomores and freshmen who have no choiceeMay you be happy in your new sur- roundings. To all who have attended Libbey during the last three rather hectic years-It is my sincere hope that you have enjoyed your stay and have found it worthwhile. Best wishes for your future and may you always retain a little love for Libbey." -eLoy W. Rusie LOY W. RUSIE jacufly JOHN OSGOOD GERTRUDE KANNEY Auiytmzt Prirzrz'pal Anixtmzt Principal Gen. Administration and Counseling Counseling Ohio State University, B.S. University of Toledo, BA University of Michigan, M.A. University of Michigan, M.A. J4Midfanf lgrincilaalg am! Coundeford CHARLES MARTIN EULA UPP AIIiJ'lmzt Principal Armimt Principal Activities Instruction Universitv of Toledo. B.S. Ohio State University, B.A. University of Michigan, M.A. 3;, VWILIJAM FETTERS HARRIET PHEATT VICTOR KLEIN Boys' Counselor Girls' Counselor Boys, Counselor University of Toledo, 13.8., M. of Ed. University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed, Miami University, B.S. M.A. in Guidance Ohio State University, M.A. :10: ea 612,14 z in 1w 4. 4. .i . . WILLIAM EVERHART JOHN W. FAST English Industrial Arts Eastern Michigan College, B.S. Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. ibeloartmenf CAairmen HAZEL D. FLATZ Science Business Education Grinnell College, B.S. Ohio State University, B.A., B.S., MA. Michigan University, MS. ; '. I. ', 3 , . , CLINTON F. HOUSER BERNICE KRUEGER LAWRENCE L. VANDER Mathematics Foreign Language Social Studies Heidelberg University, B.S. University of Michigan, B.A., MA. University of Toledo, B.A , M.A. The Sorbonne, Paris :11: MRS. OPAL BOWERS jacufty HENRY BRUNS: Mathematics; Defiance College, B.A.; Bowling Green State University, M.A. PHILIP BUELL: English; Denison University, BA. WILLIAM BURNS: Industrial Arts; State University of New York, Buffalo, B.S. ANGELA COSTIGAN: Social Studies and Latin; Ohio State University, B.S., M.A. MRS. MEDORA COX: English; Grove City College, BA. GARY DUHAIME: Physical Education and Orienta- tion; University of Toledo, B. of Ed, M. of Ed.; Freshman Basketball Coach; Baseball Coach. RUTH ALLEN: Business English and Social Studies; University of Toledo, B.S., M.A.; Senior Y-Teen Adviser. CHARLES BAECHLER: Science; Ohio State Uni- versity, B.S.; Alchemist Club Co-Adviser. MRS. HARRIET BILLMAIER: Physical Education; Eastern Michigan University, BS; Libbey Leaders Co-Adviser. MRS. HARRIET BILLMAIER GLENN BLINN: Mathematics and Science; Bowling Green State University, B.S., M.A.; Alchemist Club Co-Adviser. MRS. HELEN BOCKEY: Home Economics; Uni- versity of Dayton, B.S.; Periclcan Co-Adviser. MRS. OPAL BOWERS: Science; Ohio State Uni- versity, B.A.: University of Toledo, B. of Ed. WIN: a Jmile, Mr. Rmz'e award! It draw prize to a magazine drive wimzer. HENRY BRUNS PHILIP BUELL ANGELA COSTIGAN MRS. MEDORA COX GARY DUHAIME :12: RICHARD EARLS: Industrial Arts; Bowling Green State University, B.S., M. of Ed. AILEEN EBERTH: Social Studies; Columbia Uni- versity, B.S., 7M.A. BERYL EBNER: English and Orientation; Mary Manse College, B.A.; University of Michigan, M.A.; Philalethean Co-Adviser. RICHARD EARLS BETTY EDWARDS: Business Education; Ohio State University, B.S., M.A. in Ed. WILLIAM EVERHART: English, Department Chairman; Speech; Eastern Michigan University, B.S. JOHN FAST: Industrial Arts, Department Chair- man; Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. : Cheerful mnwrmtzmz flowed at tlae 17401111 y Christma: party. WW LIAM EEERHZART WIL JOHN FAST LYDIA FIEDLER jacuflg LYDIA FIEDLER: Science, Department Chairman; Grinnell College, B.S. ; Michigan University, MS. DONALD FISHER: Physical Education; Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. MRS. JANE FISHER: Physical Education; Univer- sity of Toledo, B. of Ed.; University of Michigan, M.A.; Libbey Leaders Co-Adviser. MRS. HAZEL FLATZ: Business Education, De- partment Chairman; Ohio State University, BA, B.S., M.A.; F.B.L.A. Co-Adviser. IRENE FOSTER: Mathematics; Ohio Wesleyan, B.A. . 15g. v .. . . JEAN GILBERT: English; Ohio State University, MRS. HAZEL FLATZ IRENE FOSTER IEAN GILBERT B.S.; National Honor Adviser. DAVID GILLMORE: English; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; Q.D. Co-Adviser; junior and Senior Play Adviser; Junior and Senior Class Co-Adviser. LAWRENCE GOOD: Business Education; Univer- sity of Toledo, B. of Ed., M. of Ed.; F.B.L.A. Co- Adviser; Saving Stamps Chairman. JAMES GRABILL: Instrumental Music; Otterbein College, B.A.; Ohio State University, M.A. JAMES GRABILL MRS. DORIS HALL: Mathematics; Ohio State Uni. versity, B. of Chemical Engineering, M. of Ed.; F.T.A. Co-Adviser; Testing Offlcer. SHIRLEY HANEY: Business Education; University of Toledo, B. of Ed., M. of Ed.; F.B.L.A. Co-Ad- viser; Student Council Adviser; Junior and Senior Class Co-Adviser. DON HARRIS: Science; Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed.; University of Toledo, M.A. "Sing along HUM III, Mrs. Billumier." MRS. DORIS HALL DON HARRIS jacugy MRS. BETTY HARTLEY: Business Education and Journalism; University of Toledo, B.A.; Crystal Ad- viser; F.B.L.A. Co-Adviser, n I f . . . - ' t A GRACE HENDERSON. Soc1al Studles, Oth Sta 6 JAMES HILLES University, B.S. JAMES HILLES: Orientation and Driver Education; Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.; Assistant Football Coach. CLINTON HOUSER: Mathematics, Department Chairman; Heidelberg University, B.S. MRS. MARY E. HOUSER: English; Dennison Uni- versity, B.A. RALPH HOWER: English; University of Toledo, .s . . 13- 0f Ed., M. of Ed. CLINTON HOUSER MRS. MARY E. HOUSER RALPH HOWER :14: 7'le 8 W u' MRS. JEAN HUNSAKER: English; Southern Illi- nois University, B. of Ed.; Zetalcthczm Adviser. ROBERT JAMES: Science and Social Studies; Youngstown University, B.S. in Ed.; Assistant Foot- ball Coach. ALBERT JEFFERY: Physical Education; Ohio Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed.; Football Trainer. ' MRS. JEAN HUNSAKER ROBERT JAMES ALBERT JEFFERY MRS. JANE JOHNSON: Physical Education; Bowl- ing Green University, B.S. in Ed.; Libbey Leaders Co-Adviscr. ROBERT JOHNSON: Orientation; Marshall Col- lege, B.A. in Ed., M.A. WESLEY JONES: Latin; Bowling Green State Uni- versity, A.B., B.S. in Ed. Mr. Robimmz 1117;! Mr. ledlierg 10811701276 parent: to Libbey. WESLEY JONES 3acu!?y a w MRS. MAXINE KAHN: Social Studies; Wittenberg ' University, B.S. in Ed.; University of Toledo, M.A. 1 MRS. JANE KENNEY: Orientation; University of Toledo, B. of Ed. CAROL KlNNEY v CAROL KINNEY: Home Economics; Bob Jones University, B.S.; University of Toledo, B. of Ed., M. of Ed. MRS. BETTY KOBS: English; Capital University, A.B. PAUL KOESTER: Social Studies; University of To- ledo, B. of Ed., M.A. , BERNICE KRUEGER: French, Department Chair- r... I man; University of Michigan, B.A., M.A.; The MRS. BETTY KOBS PAUL KOESTER BERNICE KRUEGER Sorbonne, PariS- :15: LEO KUBACKI: Industrial Arts; Bowling Coach. GERALDINE LEITNER: Spanish; University of Toledo, B.A., M.A.; Spanish Club Co-Adviser. HENRY LINCKE: Science and Visual Education; University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A. MRS. GLORIA LINDEMAN: Physical Education LEO KUBACKI GERALDINE LEITNER HENRY LINCKE and Science; Bowling Green State University, B.A.; Libbey Leaders Co-Adviser. LOIS LOEHRKE: English; Wittenberg University, A.B.; University of Toledo, M.A.; Philalethean Co- Adviser. DAVID LUNDBERG: Physical Education and Orientation; Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., M. of Ed; Head Football Coach. 1m 6 gas; "If: your mm, Mr. Martin? LOIS LOEHRKE DAVID LUNDBERG jacuffy HAROLD MCCLURE: Music; Indiana State Teach- ers College, B.S. in Musical Ed., M.S. in Ed. MRS. RUTH McMILLAN: Librarian; Mary Manse College, B.S.; Rosary College School of Library ' - Science B.A. in L.S. MRS RUTH MCMILLAN VIRGINIA IVIAY VIRGINIA MAY: Orientation; College of New Rochelle, B.A.; Columbia University, M.A.; Jr. Red Cross Adviser. GORDON MEEK: Social Studies; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; Tennis Coach. MRS. LOUISE MEFFLEY: Social Studies; Univer- sity of Toledo, BA; University of Michigan, M.A. MRS. SUZANNE MERICLE: English; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; Peticlean Co-Adviser. MRS LOUISE MEFELEY 'LL 81le 5;; :16: WWW u xX $g Ej a ;3 ;41$ 1M? K x, MRS. SUZANNE MERICLE GEORGE MILEY: Mathematics; University of T0- Iedo, B.S. in Ed, M.A.; Freshman Football Coach; Q.D. Co-Adviscr. MRS. MARY MILLER: English; University of To- ledo, B.A., M.A.; University of Bcsancon; Edelim; Co-Adviser. MRS. JULIA MOODY: Business Education; Univer- sity of Toledo, B,A.; F.B.L.A. Co-Adviser. MRS. ANN MORGAN: Busincss Education; Uni- versity of Toledo, B. of Ed.; F.B.L.A. Co-Adviser; Sophomore Y-Tcen Adviser. MRS. SUZANNE MOROSKO: English; Muskingum College, B.A. MELVIN MORTIMER: Mathematics; University of Toledo, B.S. in Engineering, B. of Ed. Tl'curlmw and .s'lmlwm parlirijmle 7'11 friendly callzlermlimz before Open H 011w. IOHN NEEDLES - f2; PATRICIA OSBORN ANTHONY PAPPAS IOHN PFEIFER :17: GEORGE MILEY L" MRS. MARY MILLER MRS. JULIA MOODY MELVIN MORTIMER jacuzgy MRS. PATRICIA MURPHY: Mathematics; Uni- versity of Toledo, B.S. MRS. CHARLOTTE NAGY: Home Economics; Pur- due University, B.S. JOHN NEEDLES: Business Education; Bowling7 Green State University, B.S.; Columbia University, M.A.; F.B.L.A. Co-Adviser; Golf Coach; Assistant Athletic Manager; Hi-Y Adviser. PATRICIA OSBORN: English; Bowling Green State University, B.A.; Edelimz Co-Adviser. ANTHONY PAPPAS: Mathematics; Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. JOHN PFEIFER: Mathematics; University of Toledo, B. of Ed. LASETTA PICKARD M'RS. MARY A. PINKAVA mm M; ; 7 I :2 JAMES RAY JOHN RAY CHARLES ROBINSON jacuftg JON ROCKHOLD: English; Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. JOSEPH RUTHERFORD: Mathematics; University of Toledo, B. of Ed. MRS. FRANCES SCHERING: Spanish; Radcliffe College, B.A.; Boston University, M.A.; Spanish Club Co-Adviser. LOUIS SCHIRA: Industrial Arts; Ohio State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed. RONALD SCHLIEVERT: Physical Education; Uni- versity of Toledo, B. of Ed.; Cross Country Coach; Wrestling Coach; Assistant Track Coach. MRS. CAROL SEBOLD: Art; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; Utamara Adviser. MRS. IEAN PRITCHARD LASETTA PICKARD: Science; University of Michi- gan, B.A., M.A. MRS. MARY ANN PINKAVA: English; Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. MRS. JEAN PRITCHARD: Orientation; University of Toledo; Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed.; Junior YrTeen Adviser. jAMES RAY: Science and Orientation; University of Toledo, B. of ELL, M.A.; Lightweight Basketball Coach. jOHN RAY: Scicncc; Bowling Green State Univer- sity, B.S. CHARLES ROBINSON: Science; Miami University, B.S. in Ed.; Director of Athletics. Parent; are falcinaled by Mm Kruegefy demonstration of tlae new language laboratory. LOUIS SCHIRA MRS. CAROL SEBOLD :18: -j MRS. CATHERINE SNOW: English and French; University of Toledo, B. of Ed. BURTON SPICE: Business Education; University of Toledo, B. of BB; F.B.L.A. Co-Adviscr; Head Basketball Coach. s ADOLPH R. STADEL: German; University of T0- s lcdo, B.S., M. Ed.; University of Michigan, M.S., s A.M., Ed. 8.; University of Vienna, Austria. MRS. CATHERINE SNOW BURTON SPICE ADOLPH R. STADEL MRS. FLORENCE TANNER: Home Nursing; Uni- . versity of Toledo, B. of Ed.; St. Luke's Hospital, s it s R.N.; F.N.A. Adviser. s BRUCE TRIPPENSEE: Mathematics; United States Naval Academy, B.S. in Eng; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; University of California, M.S. LAWRENCE VANDER: Social Studies, Department Chairman; University of Toledo, B.A., M.A. Mr. Hm'rix lay: it on 1120 line Io parents and 1111519721: alike. MRS. FLORENCE TANNER $5 k :7: LAWRENCE VANDER ALBIN VAZNELIS 3mg? ALBIN VAZNELIS: English; Morehead College, B.A.; SpringIQeld sMassQ College, M. of Ed. CHARLES WEINSTOCK: Science; Marietta Col- lege, B.A.; University of Michigan, MA. in Ed. CHARLES WEINSTOCK MRS. NANCY WENKER MRS. NANCY WENKER: Business Education; Cens tral Michigan University, B.S. WILLIAM WIRICK: Science; Bowling Green State University, B. S. in Ed.; Columbia University, M.A.; Track Coach; Lightweight Football Coach. MRS. GENEVIEVE WITHERS: Home Economics; Ohio State University, B.S. X'x RICHARD YOUNG: Social Studies; University of MRS. G. WITHERS RICHARD YOUNG Toledo, B. of 13d; M. of Ed. WILLIAM WIRICK :19: JAMES ZIMMERMAN: Industrial Arts; Ohio Uni- versity, BS in Ed.; Hi-Y Co-Adviscr. RICHARD A. LA FLECHE: Mathematics; University of Toledo, B.B.A. MRS. HILDEGARDE CROSS: Library Clerk. JAMES ZIMMERMAN RICHARD A. LA FLECHE MRS. HILDEGARDE CROSS CAROL HEPNER: Senior Clerk-Treasum- MRS. JACQUELINE HUBBARD: Record Clerk. Mm. U pp and a visiting parent prune for refrexbment: at the 0pm H 071w. MRS. GLADYS JUST 30,671,th .r; z" i :1 MRS. SHIRLEY IVIILLER MRS. GLADYS JUST: Counselofs Clerk. MRS. SHIRLEY MILLER: Book Clerk. MRS. JANE REEME: Girls, Attendance Clerk. MRS. BETTY RYAN: Boys Attendance Clerk. MRS. OYCE ZIMMERMAN: Secretar . " ' J y MRS. JANE REEME MRS. BETTY RYAN MRS. J; ZIMMERMAN :20: It certainly must be an interesting story she's telling. Whoops, she forgot the brush! Could you give me a little more Guess who the winner is, Mr. Rusie. "Well, teach, how's my boy doing?" informatinn about Johnnie? Even the adults need to bc- tuught the use of the language lab. Mmm. Mmm. Good. "But I returned the book a week ago." "If I sign this, you must promise to be a good boy." Seniors Juniors Sophonmmes Freshmen jnJex .Page 24 .Page 52 .Page 64 .Page 72 BBE i KEY TO LEARNING iv ACKERMAN JAMES ARCHIE ALBRIGHT LINDA ALTHOUSE jAMES ACKERMAN ARCHIE ALBRIGHT: Wrestling 1, 2, 4; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Cross Country 2. LINDA ALTHOUSE: National Honor 4; Peries 2, 3, Recording Secy. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; 0de 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Vice Pres. DOUGLAS ANTOLINI: Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, Chaplain 3, Second Vice Pres. 4; Track 1, 2; Cross Country 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA BAARS: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 4. VERDELL BACCUS: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2. The Senior Clan of 1962 010a 1711ch of i1; matey; lo tlae capable guid- ance of tlae clam officery: Yvonne Roxebrock, :errelary-lreayllrer; Barb V 0 gilberger, vice pl'exidwzl; Bill Srbwmiilz, Jergemzt-at-arrm; and Tom Willimm, pendent. DOUGLAS ANTOLINI PATRICIA BAARS VERDELL BACCUS MARGARET BACKUS: McAuley High 1; National Honor 4; Zets 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; German Club 3; Art Club 3, 4; Dealfs Aide 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Cowboy Roundup Com.; Chemistry Club, 4. BONNIE BAKER: Y-Tecns 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2. . CAROL BALK: National Honor 3, 4; Phils 3, Recording Secy. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Round- up Make-up Com. 3; Senior Banquet Com; Mimcograph- ing 4. DANIEL BARNES: Hi-Y 2; Projection 1, 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Senior Play. DOTTIE BARR: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. ALLEN BARTLETT: National Honor 4; junior Classical League 4; Bowling 3, 4. BONNIE BAKER CAROL BALK MARGARET BACKUS :24: ALLEN BARTLETT DOTTI E BARR DANIEL BARNES GARY BEDRA ROBERT BATES JACKIE BENSON ROBERT BATES GARY BEDRA: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Football Mgr. 3; Track 3, 4. jACKIE BENSON: Waite 1, 2. RICHARD BERNATH: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track 1, 2. EARL BETTS: Hi-Y 1, 2. NIZLLIIE BLACK: Y3Fccns 1, 2. MARRIANNE BLACKSHEAR HEATHER BLANKS ROB ERT B LACK a Rigix , EDWIARD BOYD TED BOSTWICK FRAN BOBROSKI NELLIE BLACK EARL BETTS RICHARD BERNATH ROBERT BLACK: QDXs 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1; Tennis 1; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4-. MARRIANNE BLACKSHEAR: F.N.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Achievement 2, 4, Pres. 3. HEATHER BLANKS: Y-Teens 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Projec- tion 1, 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4. FRAN BOBROSKI: National Honor 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 3, Sgt-at-Arms 4; Junior Play Makeup Com; Senior Play Com. T ED BOSTWICK EDWARD BOYD: Hi-Y 3, 4; Projection 3, 4. The following member; of tlae Simian! Council Imus helped m plzm llje zzcliw'lim' of Hajj, 0m marl memorable year at Libbey: Lamina Gremzke, fim Ellinger, Sandy Keim, and Sam Hazard. BRITENBAKER BRUMFIELD KAREN NORMA BROEDOW KAREN BRITENBAKER: National Honor 4; Zets 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Libbey Leaders 2, 4, Treas. 3; Chemistry Club 4; Cryjlal 4; Library Aide 1; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2, 3; Senior Prom Com. NORMA BROEDOW: Y-Teens 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. BETTE BROWN: Junior Achievement 3; Y-Teens 3, 4. FRANK BROWN MELVIN BROWN: Scott 1. WILLIAM BROWN: National Honor 4; Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. SANDRA BRUMFIELD: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 3. MARY BURGE: Peries 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 4, Reporter 3; Rhythm Roundup 3, 4; Senior Announcements Com. ALISON BURLINGAME: Perics 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. SANDRA MARY BURGE ALISON BURLINGAME MELVIN BROWN W I 1. 1.1 A M BROWN DONNA BURNLEY: Junior Red Cross 1. LENORA BUSER: Y-Teens 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. MARYELLEN BUTLER: Y-chns 1, 2, 3; F.N.A. 3, Rc- porter 4; Junior Achievement 2, 3. PATRICK CAIRL: Central Catholic 1, 2. RALPH CAMPBELL: F.T.A. 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Chess Club 1; Track Mgr. 2; Football Mgr. 3. VONDA CARMONY: Y-Tecns 2, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. TERRANCE CARNEY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA CARTWRIGHT: Peries 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Secy. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.N.A. 2; CryJ'ml 3, 4; Dean's Aide 1; Rhythm Roundup Makeup Com. 2, 3, 4; Dm- matics Club 2. LINDA CASE: Phils 2, 3, 4; Y-Tcens 3, Representative 1, Sgt-abArms 2, Pres. 4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.T.A. 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Junior Play; Cowboy Roundup Com. LENORA BUSER DONNA BURNLEY BUTLER PATRICK CAIRL RALPH CAMPBE LL VONDA CARMONY :26: PATRICIA CARTWRIGHT TERRANCE CARNEY MARYELLEN ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN WI LLI AM CATON FAY CASERTANO FAY CASERTANO: Central 1 ; Y-chns 4. WILLIAM CATON: Junior Achievement 2, 3. ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN: Macombcr 1. LYNDA CHAPMAN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA CLARK: Y-chns 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Junior Achievement 3; Junior Play; Choir 3, 4. BILL CLEVENGER: National Honor 4; Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com.; Senior Trip Com. ROBERT CLIFFORD: Hi-Y 3, 4; Edclizm 4; Q.D.'s 4; Baseball 4. SHARON COE: Y-chns 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. DARLENE COGIER: Art Club 2, 3, 4. DARLENE COGER SHARON COE ROBERT CLI FFORD JOHN COOK CONN I 13 COOK JEANNE COOK 3; BILL CLEVENGER PATRICIA CLARK LYNDA CHAPMAN WILLIAM COLEMAN, JR; Football 1,, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track 3. DENNIS COLLINS: Central 1. JAMES COLLINS: Football 1, 4. CONNIE COOK: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Treas. 4; Offlce Aide 2, 3, 4; Activity 0630: 4; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3; Senior Banquet Com. JEANNE COOK: Batesville, Arkansas 1; Amsden, Ohio 2; Zets 3, 4; Art Club 4. JOHN COOK: Q.D.,s 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track 1. SUSAN COOK: National Honor 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Choir 2, 3; Library Aide 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Trip Com. THOMAS CAULTON CYNTHIA COVINGTON: National Honor 3, 4; Zets 2, Junior Censor 3, Secy. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Spanish Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Trip Com. DENNIS COLLINS JAMES COLLINS WILLIAM COLEMAN, JR. CYNTHIA COVINGTON THOMAS CAULTON SUSAN COOK :27: CZARNECKI DICKERSON MARY BETH JOHN CROOKES CROSTON LINDA CREECH LINDA CREECH: Peries 2, 3, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Home Room Rep. 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Cowboy Roundup Com. MARY BETH CROOKES: National Honor 3, 4; ths 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Secy. 4; Dean's Aide 1; Senior Play Com. JOHN CROSTON: Hi-Y 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 4. MARVIN CROWL: Hi-Y 4; Q.D.,s 4. CAROLYN CURRIE: Y-Teens 2, 4. WILLIAM CURTIS: Scott 2. GERALD CZARNECKI: Hi-Y 4; Track 4. DEAN DASHNER: Q.D.1s 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4-; Basketball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3. DENNIS DAVIES: National Honor 3, Vice Pres. 4; Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, Treats. 4; Orchestra 1, Secy. 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Junior Ring Com.; Senior Announce- ment Com. GERALD DEAN DASHNER DENNIS DAVIES DAVID DOMBROWSKY BARBARA MARSHA DODDS :28: CAROLYN CURRIE MARVIN CROWL CURTIS jAMES DAVIS PHYLLIS DAVIS GUY DENNY: Q.D.'s 2, 3. 4; Track 1; Football Mgr. 2. BARBARA DICKERSON: Y-Tecns 2; F.B.L.A. 2; Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com; Dramatics Club 2. MARSHA DODDS: National Honor 3, Social Chm. 4; Zets 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. Corr. Secy. 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 1; F.T.A. 2; Junior Prom Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; Junior Play; Dean's Aide 1; Senior Prom Com; Buckeye Girls' State. DAVID DOMBROWSKY ZELPHIA DONALD: Y-chns 4. JOAN DONEGHY: National Honor 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Buckeye Girls' State; Cowboy Roundup Com. MICHAEL DONOVAN: Track 1, 2. PHYLLIS GUY DAVIS DENNY JAMES DAVIS ZELPHIA DONALD JOAN DONEGHY WILLIAM MICHAEL DONOVAN GERALD DUKES CHARLES DRAKE CHRIS DRISYIZR CHARLES DRAKE: National Honor 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. CHRIS DREYER GERALD DUKES: Q.D.'s 5, 4; HLY 4. HLJHEMET 5,4 RICK DUKES: National Honor 4; Forum 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Hi-Y 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, Co- Captain 4-; Track 1; junior Ring Com.; Senior Memorial Com. CONNIE DUNSWORTH: Art Club 2, 3, 4. LARRY DURHAM: Football 1. WILLIAM DUTY: Q.D.'s 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Track 4; jr. Red Cross 1 ; Cowboy Roundup Com. KARL EBRIGHT CAROLYN ECKEL: National Honor 4. WILLIAM KARI. DUTY EBRIGH T CAROLYN ECKEL RICK CONNIE DUKES DUNSW'ORTH LARRY DURHAM JOHN EGGERT: National Honor 4; Chemistry Club 3; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ELLINGER: National Honor 4; Q.D.'s 3, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Student Council 4; Senior Prom Com. EDWARD ELLIS LLOYD ELLWOOD: German Club 3. JUDITH EYRE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. SUSAN FAIRCHILD: Y-Teens 3, 4; Home Room Repre- sentative 1. MICHAEL FARMER: Classical Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 4, Sgt: at-Arms 3; Chemistry Club 4, Chaplain 3; German Club 3; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Trip Com. KAREN FAUSZE: F.B.I..A. 2. RAY FEIOCK: National Honor 3, 4; Junior and Senior Play Prompter. JOHN JAMES EDWARD EGGERT ELLINGER ELLIS SUSAN FAIRCHILD LLOYD JUDITH ELLWOOD EYRE MICHAEL FARMER KAREN RAY FAUSZE FEIOCK CARZEL IAN ET JOHN FELKFR FIKE FINK CARZEL FELKER: National Honor 3, 4; Zets 2, Historian 3, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Cryxml 3, 4; Junior Class Secy.; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3; Home Room Representa- tive 1; Dearfs Aide 1; F.T.A. 2, 3. JANET FIKE: Y-Teens 4. JOHN PINK: Q.D.,s 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3; Senior Prom Com. DUANE FISHER: Projection 2, 3; Track Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Cryrml 4; Shop 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA FLUNDER: Y-Teens 4. LEANNE FORDERER: Y-Tecns 1. Planning the detail; of 0m delightfully different Senior Clam Play were Fran Bobromrki, Carol Melz. Bob Sterling, farm H opkim, Glarya jobmon, fillie Srbmidl, Mary Bella Crookar, Tom Schwab, and Tom V an T451911. DUANE ROBERTA LEANNE FISHER FLUNDER FORDERER MICHELLE FORREY: Rogers 1, 2. SHERRIANNE FOSTER: F.T.A. 3, 4; Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4. SALLY FOURNIER: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, Trans. 1, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Junior Ring C0m.; Spanish Club 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play; Home Room Represcnv tative 1 ; Senior Banquet Com. GARY FRANKS: National Honor 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, Vice Pres. 4; Junior Prom Com.; Junior Play; Senior Play; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Senior Ban- quet Com. RICHARD FRIES NANCY FRISCH: Peries 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; F.T.A. 3, 4. MICHELLE SHERRIANNF. SALLY FORREY FOSTER FOURN IER GARY RICHARD NANCY FRANKS FRIES FRISCH LARRY THOMAS KATHLEEN FROST FUCHS FURRY LARRY FROST: Whitmcr 'l; Hi-Y 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2. THOMAS FUCHS KATHLEEN FURRY: Y-Tcens 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Rhythm Roundup 2. JACQUELYN GALVIN: National Honor 4; Phils 3, 4; Y-Tcens 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Senior Memorial Com. THIEOTRESS GARNER: Y-Tecns 1 ; Chorus 1. ELAINE GARRISON: Kodzu' Kunal School, South India 1; Maumec High School 2. KAREN ROSEMARY NANCY GERDING GERSCHULTZ GERST RICHARD AMANDA KAY GIFFORD GLENN GLENN JACQUELYN TH EOTRESS ELAINE GALVIN GARNER GARRISON KAREN GERDING: Pcries 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY GERSCHULTZ: F.N.A. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4. NANCY GERST: Peries 3, Censor 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3; Band 1, 2. RICHARD GIFFORD: Hi-Y 3, 4; German Club 3; Junior Achievement 1, 3. AMANDA GLENN: East St. Louis, Illinois 2. KAY GLENN: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2. An Ilizforgelmble evening honoring 0111' football player; wax nn'efixlly planned by Ike Cowboy Ramzdllp Commmee: Row 2: john Kltmmem, lim MrAIIley, Gary Schlitz, R022 IVirkerf, Bill Dnly, Row 1: form Donegby, Linda C ready, Linda C5116, Comzie Mcme, Margaret Barkm. GARY GRATOP PATRICIA GLINES JAMES GOINGS PATRICIA GLINES: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. JAMES GOINGS: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Senior Trip Com. GARY GRATOP: Q.D.,s 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2, 3, 4. JUDY GRAY: Y-Teens 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3; Jr. Prom Com.; Junior Achievement; Senior Memorial Com. SHARON GRAY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4. BERNADETTE GREEN PHILIP GREENWOOD LARAINE GREUNKE: National Honor 4; Phils 2, Censor 3, Vice Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Junior Play Make-up Com.; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Queen Attendant. KENNETH GROVE PHILIP GREENWOOD .7, , ".m, 8,, .. LARAINE GREUN KE KENNETH GROVE CHESTER HARDY,JK SHARON HARDING SHARON HARBERT SHARON GRAY BERNADETTE GREEN JUDY GRAY JILL GRUBER: DcVilbiss 'l, 2, 3. PAULA HADLEY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE HALLENBECK: Maumee Valley Country Day School 2, 3. SHARON HARBERT: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. SHARON HARDING: Art Club 2. CHESTER HARDY, JR.: Red Cross 1 ; Art Club 4; Basket- ball 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Edelimz Artist. SYLVESTER HARDY LYNNE HARMACK: New Orleans, Louisiana 1; Na- tional Honor 3, 4; Phils 2, 3, Corr. Secy. 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Junior Classical League 4. RHODA HARRIS: Y-Teens 1. PAULA H ADLEY GEORGE yLL HALLENBECK GRUBER RHODA HARRIS . 1 . ClYN E HARMACK SYLVESTER HARDY HEATHFR HAZELWOOD SAM JILL H AZARD HAZELBAKER SAM HAZARD: Forum 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4; Track '1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 3, Pres. 4. JILL HAZELBAKER: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Secy. 2; F.B.L.A. 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Junior Ring Com.; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3. HEATHER HAZELWOOD: National Honor 4; Y-Teens l, 2; F.N.A. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Chemistry Club 3, Secy.- Trcas. 4; Libbey Leaders 2, 3, 4; Edelimz 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup Makc-up Com. 2; Senior Banquet Com. BARBARA HELVOIGT: Y-Tcens 1, 2, 3, 4. ALAN HENDRICKS: Hi-Y 3; Bowling 3. DARYL HENRY: Football 1; Tennis 4. ROY HERNANDEZ: Q.D.'s 3, 4; Football, 1; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2, 3, Co-Captain 4. SUSAN HESLET: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. CAROL HILL: Y-Tcens 4; F.N.A. 4; Art Club 2, 4. ROY SUSAN CAROL HERNANDEZ HESLIET HILL 1 SUZANNE JEAN HOLST HOPKINS HELEN HORNACK DARYL HENRY BARBARA ALAN HELVOIGT HENDRICKS CYNTHIA HOLLOWAY: Y-Teens 3. PATRICIA HOLLOWAY: Y4Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1. SHARON HOLLOWAY: Y-Teens 3; F.N.A. 1. SUZANNE HOLST: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, Corr. Secy. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Com; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; Senior Memorial Com. JEAN HOPKINS: National Honor 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, Chap- lain 3, Interclub Chaplain 4; Projection 1; Spanish Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Com. HELEN HORNACK: National Honor 3, 4; Y-Teens 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4. MARY HOUSTON: Art Club 1, 2, 3. SANDRA HRUSKA: F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Junior Achievement 2, 3. JAMES HUNDSRUCKER CYNTHIA HOLLOWAY PATRICIA HOLLOWAY SHARON HOLLOWAY MARY HOUSTON SANDRA JAM ES HRUSKA HUNDSRUCKER THOMAS ICKES CHARLOTTE HYRE BEVERLY HUNT BEVERLY HUNT: Y-Tcens 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Senior Play Properties Com. CHARLOTTE HYRE: National Honor 4; Chemistry Club 4; RNA. 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 4. THOMAS ICKES NANCY ILER: McAuley High 1; Y-Teens 2, 4. CHARLES IRONS: Art Club 2, 3. JUDITH IRWIN: Peries 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's Aide 2; 031cc Aide 3, 4. BEVERLY JACKSON PATRICIA JACOB: Rhythm Roundup 2, Makc-up Com. 3, 4; Zets 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4-; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4; Libbey Leaders 2, 3, 4. ALTHEA JAFFEE: Phils 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, Pres. 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2. BEVERLY JACKSON PATRICIA JACOB ALTHEA JAFFEE GERALD JOHNSTON THOMAS JOHNSON JEFFREY JOHNSON CHARLES I RONS JUDITH IRWIN PATRICIA JAROSI: McAulcy High 1, 2, 3; Y-Tcens 4; F.T.A. 4. CHARLES JOHNSON: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Track 1. GLORYA JOHNSON: National Honor 4; Zets 2, 3, Sgt.- at-Arms 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Libbey Leaders 1, 3, Secy. 2, Vice Pres. 4; Senior Play Com. JEFFREY JOHNSON: National Honor 3, Treas. 4; Ger- man Club 3; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Senior Banquet Com. THOMAS JOHNSON: Mucomber 1; Hi-Y 4. GERALD JOHNSTON EILEEN JONES: National Honor 3, 4; Pcrics 2, 3, Treas. 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Libbey Leaders 2; Junior Prom Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Senior Banquet Com. LOUIS JORDAN: Macomber 1, 2. BONITA JULIUS: Zets 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Mimeographing 4. Y-chns 1, 2, 3, 4; GLORYA JOH NSON PATRICIA IAROSI CHARLES JOHNSON EILEEN JONES LOUIS JORDAN BONITA IUIJUS DANIEL KELLER CURTIS SANDRA KEEBLER KEIM CURTIS KEEBIJER SANDRA KEIM: National Honor 4; Peries 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, Vice Pres. 3, Secy.-Treas. 4; Rhythm Roundup Makc-up Com. 2, 3; Football Queen. DANIEL KELLER: Bowling 3, 4. jUDITH KELLY: Pcrics 2, 3, 4-; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Ger- man Club 3; Erleliml 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4. JEAN KELSEY: National Honor 4; Zets 2, 3, Treas. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Vice Prcs. 3; Majorette 3, Tri-Captain 4; Junior Class Treats; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Play. PETER KEY: National Honor 4; Chemistry Club 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4. TERRY KILPATRICK: National Honor 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Cross Country 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; junior and Senior Play Scenery Chm. DOROTHY KING: YuTeens 4. EVELYN KING: Y-Tecns 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Pop Club 2; Rhythm Roundup 3. TERRY DOROTHY EVELYN KILPATRICK KING KING PAUL DORIS JIM KORZEC KODER KOLLER JUDITH JEAN KELLY KELSEY KEY GERALD KING: Projection Club 1. JAMES KING PHILLIP KLOCKOWSKI: Football 1, 2. PAUL KODER DORIS KOLLER JIM KORZEC RONALD KOVACS: Tennis 2, 3; Forum 4. MARCIA KRAMP: National Honor 4; Phils 2, 3, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 3, Pres. 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, Recording Secy. 3; German Club 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Eclelian 4; Pep Club 1; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, Majorette 2, 3, Tri-Captain 4; Junior Play; Deanys Aide 3; Dramatics Club 2. JULIA KROOS: National Honor 4; Zets 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Libbey Leaders 2, 3; German Club 3; Edelizm 4; Senior Banquet Com.; Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 1 ; Rhythm Roundup 2. GERALD KING KING PHILLIP KLOCKOWSKI , "x RONALD MARCIA JULIA KOVACS KRAMP KROOS KRUEGER JUDITH KUHN ANN JOHN KUMMERO ANN KRUEGER: Y-Teens 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3. JUDITH KUHN 2 Central Catholic 1; Y-Teens 4. JOHN KUMMERO: National Honor 4; Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, Pres. 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Cowboy Roundup Com. MONA KURSCHAT: National Honor 4; Phils 2, 3. Choir 2, 3, Secy.-Treas. 4; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3; Dramatics Club 2. FREDERICK LANE: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JACQUELYN LAWRENCE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2. Helping 115 to proclaim abroad that wonderful day 1011; Ilse Senior An- nomzcement Committee: Row 2: Jim Smith, Mike Warren, Denny Davies. Row 1: Ruth Oms, Carol Moyer, Nadine Pacholski, M :1 ry Burgc. MONA KURSCHAT FREDERICK LANE OPAL LAWSON: Y-Tcens 4; F.N.A. 4; Junior Achieve- ment 1, 4. ROBERT LEATHERS: Hi-Y 4; Basketball 1. CAROLYN LEE: Y-Tcens 4; Choir 2; Rhythm Roundup 1. KENNETH LEITH: Hi-Y 4; Track 2. MARGARET LENNON: 17.B.I,.A. 2; Projection 1; Deatfs Aide 2. CAROL LENTZ: Peries 2, 3, 4; Y4Tcens 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3, Pres. 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN LEE OPAL LAWSON ROBERT LEATHERS KENNETH LEITH MARGARET LEN NON CAROL LENTZ JACQUELYN LAWRENCE MICHAEL RHONYE DARYL THOMAS JAMES JERRY LEWINSKI LINCOLN LIPP LYNCH McAULEY McCOLOUGH MICHAEL LEWINSKI: QDKs 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. EULA MCCOY: Y-Teens 4; F.T.A.; Projection Club 1. RHONYE LINCOLN: Basketball 2- JUDITH MCDONALD: Peries 2, 3, Corr. Secy. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Leaders 1; F.T.A. 1, 2; Rhythm Roundup 3; Senior Trip Com.; Football Queen Attendant. DARYL LIPP: Hi-Y 3, 4. jOHN MCELVENE THOMAS LYNCH: St. Francis DcSalcs 1. CONNIE MCFANN: Daytona, Florida 1, 2; Peries 3, 4; JAMES MCAULEY: National Honor 4; Chemistry Club 3, Y1Teens 3: 4; Junior Play; COWbOY Roundup Com. 4; German Club 3; CryJIaX 4; Junior Play Com.; Cowboy Roundup Com.; Q.D.'s 4. JUDITH McGRANAI-IAN JERRY McCOLOUGH: National Honor 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Forum 4; Senior Memorial Com; Chemistry Club 3, Chap- lain 4; Cryllul 3, 4'; junior Play Com. Co-Clmirman; Senior PATRICIA MCNALLY: St. Ursula Academy 1, 2, 3; Pctics Play. 4. Adding many w'w'd mmwnu to 0111' garden of memoriey wax lbe Prom C 0m millee .- Row 3: John Fink, Jim Ellinger, Bill Schmid. EULA lUDlTH JOHN Row 2: Chester Trail, Sally Vanderwulp, Marsha Dodds, Jim Sevrencc. MCCOY MCDONALD McELVENE Row 1: Joel Prendergast, Karen Britenbaker. , . . ' . .18 CONNIE JUDITH PATRICIA McFANN McGRANAHAN McNALLY :37: mnmmm-w- Mg. MARILYN MARY LOU SANDRA MCVICKER MALLENDICK MALLORY MARILYN McVICKER: Waite 1; Y-Tecns 4. MARY LOU MALLENDICK: Y-Teens 4; F.B.L.A. 2. SANDRA MALLORY: Y-Teens 1; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4. NANCY MANN SHARON MARKET: National Honor 4; Y4Teens 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Nurses Aide 3; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4. JAMES MARTIN: Choir 3, 4. LARRY MARTIN TERRY MARVIN: Peries 3, 4-; Y-Teens 3, 4; Junior Play Make-up Com; F.N.A. 3, Treas. 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 3. JANICE MASON: Art Club 2, 3, 4. LARRY TERRY JANICE MARTIN MARVIN MASON ,wm mm: : as g m x a wig? RALPH IOYCE OVVFN MILLER MITCHELL MITCHELL NAN CY SHARON JAMES MANN MARKET MARTI N SAM MASON: Hi-Y 1; Football 1. CAROL METZ: Phils 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Y-Tcens l, 3, 4, Chaplain 2; F.T.A. 1, 2, 4, Chaplain 3; German Club, Secy. 3; Libbey Christian Youth 4, Treas. 3; Jr. Red Cross 1, 2; Edelimz 4; Deaxfs Aide 2, 3; Band 2, Librarian 3; Majorette 2, 3; Pep Club 1; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Com. BILLIE JOE MILES RALPH MILLER: Waitc 1. JOYCE MITCHELL OWEN MITCHELL: Hi-Y 3, 4. CAROL MONAHAN: National Honor 4-; Peries 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3, Reporter 4; Pep Club 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, Tri-Captain 4. DENNY MONGER: Hi-Y 2. ARSENIO MONTELONGO SAM CAROL BILLIE JOE MASON METZ MILES CAROL DENNY ARSENIO MONAHAN 3 MON GER MON TE LONGO OTI LIA MONTE LON GO OTILIA MONTELONGO MYRTA MOON SANDRA MOORE: Y-Tcens 3, 4; Junior Play Make-up Com. JOSEPH MORAN: National Honor 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 4; Senior Play. JUDITH MORAWSKI: Y-chns 1. RONALD MORRIS CAROL MOYER: National Honor 4; Phils 2, 3, Sgt.- abArms 4; Y-Tecns 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3; Edelizm 4; Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Announcement Com; Rhythm Roundup 2, 4; Pep Club 1; Dramatics Club 2. a 3; RUTHANN MUIRHEAD BEVERLY NAGEL: Mason High 1; Woodward High 2; Y-chns 4. RUTHANN MUIRHEAD BEV ERLY NAGEL CAROL MOYIER KATHRYN OBERWEGNER DANI EL O'N EI L ROSETT l; N ORM ENT mnmwan g mammmgmz yaw mwawm 14:22:21 RONALD MORRIS JUDITH IOSEPH MORAWSKI MORAN SANDRA NEWCOMB: Y-Teens 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 3. NORMA NINO JUANITA NORMENT: Marianna, Arkansas 1, 2; Y- Teens 3. ROSETTE NORMENT: Marianna, Arkansas 1, 2. KATHRYN OBERWEGNER: National Honor 4; Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Span- ish Club 2, 3, 4; Edelimz 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Dearfs Aide 2, 3; Senior Mern- orial Com. DANIEL O1NEIL DAVID O'NEIL: Football 2. RUTH ORNS: National Honor 4; Zets 3, Chaplain 4; Y- Teens 1, 2, 4; German Club Vice President 3; Junior Classi- cal League 1, 2, 3, 4; Dearfs Aide 1, 2, 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Senior Announcement Com. MICHAEL O'ROURKE JUANITA NORMENT SANDRA N EWCOMB mmmmmmnmm MICHAEL O1ROURKE RUTH ORNS DWIGHT NADINE JACQUELINE OSTERUD PACHOLSKI PATTON DWIGHT OSTERUD: Q.D.'s 3, 4; HLY 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, Mgr. 2; Football Mgr. 3. NADINE PACHOLSKI: National Honor 3, 4; Peries 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L,A. 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Pres. 4; Junior Play Com; Senior Announcements Com. JACQUELINE PATTON: Cleveland, Ohio. DIANE PELTON: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3. DAVID PERRY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 4. JOSEPH PIERCE AJ' we lift mzclym', we will remember the deliglalfnl availing planned by Ike Senior Banquet C mzzmiltee .- Row 3: Carol Balk, Julia Kroos, Denny Watkins. Row 2: Donna Vanderlip, Connie Cook, Judy Richards, Eileen Jones, Heather Hazelwood. Row 1: Sally Fournier, Jeff Johnson, Gary Franks. am; saws 1 a ,, a ,, :3 g a ,, DI ANF. DAVID JOSEPH PELTON PERRY PIERCE EUGENE POSTON: Waite 1, 2; Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Art Club 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4-. CAROL POULSON AARON POWELL: Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2. DONNETTE POWELL: Scott I. ; Y-Teens 4. JOEL PRENDERGAST: Y-Teens 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Junior Ring Com.; Orchestra 1, 2, Librarian 3, Pres. 4; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com; junior Achievement 3; Chemistry Club 4; Senior Prom Com. WILLIAM C. PRICE EUGENE CAROL AARON POSTON POULSON POWELL -f7 DONNETTE JOEL WILLIAM C. POWELL PRENDERGAST PRICE MARC PULLEY GA I I . PRI CK E'II'T WILLIAM R. PRICE WILLIAM R. PRICE GAIL PRICKETT: Phils 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; F.N.A. 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Pep Club 1; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. MARC PULLEY GLORIA PUND: F.T.A. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; junior Play; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Phils 2, 3, 4; Y-Tcens 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Junior Prom Com; Senior Trip Com. NANCY QUINNEY: Notrc Dame Academy 1, 2, 3. LOUIS QUIROGA VERA RIEDDICK RO B 13 RT RAMS EY JAMES RAYFORD ELEANOR REED NANCY REITER RICHARD RENNHACK LOUIS QUIROGA NANCY QUINNEY GLORIA PUND ROBERT RAMSEY: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES RAYFORD: Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Coach 4; Tennis 1. VERA REDDICK: Y-Teens 4. ELEANOR REED: Y-Teens 3; F.B.L.A. 2. NANCY REITER: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4; F.N.A. 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, Make-up Com. 4; Junior Play. 7 h: RICHARD RENNHACK: Q.D.,s 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, Captain 3; Wrestling 1, 2. Helping lo $170050 a gift for Libbey al llae clam of mzollaer year 1041 MM Senior IVIemorinl Commillee: Row 3: Jackie Galvin, Terry Teopas. Row 2: Rick Dukes, Judy Gray. Row 1: Jerry McColough, Kathy Oberwegner, Sue Holst. 4.9 THOMAS RESPRESS JUDITH RICHARDS MARJORIE RJCKETTS THOMAS RESPRESS: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. JUDITH RICHARDS: National Honor 4; Y-Teens 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Choir 1, 3, Vice Pres. 4, Pianist 4. MARJORIE RICKETTS: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4-; Rhythm Roundup 2. TRUDY RIEBE: Zets 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2, 3. JANE ROBERTS: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; F.B.L.A. 2. KAREN ROBERTS: Zets 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Cryxlal 3; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Make-up Corn. JUNE ROBERTSON: Y-Teens 4. BRUCE ROBINSON: National Honor 4; Q.D.'s 3, Secy. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4. CARL RODRIGUEZ JUNE ROBERTSON Y;- M ; mm BRUCE ROBINSON CARL RODRIGUEZ PATRICIA ROGERS TIMOTHY ROHRBACHER YVONNE ROSEBROCK TRUDY RIEBE JANE ROBERTS KAREN ROBERTS JOHN RODRIGUEZ DAVID ROEPKE DARRELL ROESLER PATRICIA ROGERS: Zets 2; Y-Tcens 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3. TIMOTHY ROHRBACHER: Track 2, 3, 4; Senior Trip Com. YVONNE ROSEBROCK: National Honor 3, 4; Phils 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Secy. 4; Libbey Leaders 4, Trans. 2, Secy. 3; Senior Class Secy.- Treas. JAMES ROTH: Central Catholic High School 1. THOMAS ROUSH: Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Tennis 2; Baseball 4. BARBARA RUSSELL JOHN RODRIGUEZ DAVID ROEPKE DARRE LL ROESLER BARBARA RUSSELL THOMAS ROUSH JACQUELINE RYBARCZYK jOSEPH RUSSELL: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Sgt-abArms 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, Varsity 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2. JACQUELINE RYBARCZYK JOHN SALWISZ: Olncy High School 1, 2. DALE SASS: Bowling 1. LARRY SAYRE: Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 EDWARD SCHLEY WILLIAM SCHMID: Forum 2, 3, Trcas. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Wrestling 1; Track 3, 4. jAMES SCHMIDT JULIE SCHMIDT: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3. TIMOTHY SCHNEIDER DIANE SCHNELL: Phils 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Activities OHCIce 2, 3, 4; Y-Tcens 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4; Drumntics Club 2. RICHARD SCHORLING: Mucombcr 1. . 1 ! DALE LARRY EDWARD SASS SAYRE SCHLEY SUSAN SCHROEDER: Peries 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Junior Play Make-up Com; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY SCHULTZ: National Honor 4; Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. KATHE SCHULTZ: National Honor 3, 4; Peries 3, 4; Edelimz 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, Pres. 4; Orches- tra 1, 2, 3; German Club 3; Dean's Aide 1, 2, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior and Senior Play Properties Com. Co-Chairman; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Honor Society 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2. KATHLEEN SCHULTZ: Y-Teens 3, 4; Band 1; F.T.A. 3, 4. THOMAS SCHWAB: National Honor 3, Pres. 4; Q.D.'s 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Junior Ring Com. WILLIAM SCHWANITZ: Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 1; Home Room Representative 1; Foot- ball 1; Wrestling 1; Bowling 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Sem- ior Class Sgtsat-Arms. TIMOTHY DIANE RICHARD SCHNEIDER SCHNELL SCHORLING SCHROEDER KATHLEEN THOMAS WILLIAM SCHULTZ SCHWAB SCHWANITZ :2 xx . ARTHUR SCOTT RICHARD SECREST 2452539? ARTHUR SCOTT: Junior Play Com; Senior Play. MICHAEL SCOTT: Art Club 4. RICHARD SECREST: Bowling 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4. SHARON SEITZ: Ferguson, Missouri 2; Oregon, Ohio 3; Art Club 4. jAMES SEVRENCE: Forum 2, 3, Secy. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, Secy. 3, 4; Football 1, Captain 2, Varsity 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Ring Com. NANCY SHEETS CHERYL SHELTON: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Rhythm Roundup 2, 4; Junior Play Make-up Com. RICHARD SHELVEN LYNN SHERRICK: National Honor 4; Peries 3, 4; Y4 Teens 1, 2; Home Room Representative 1; Dearfs Aide 1, 2; Junior and Senior Play Properties Com; Dmmatics Club 2. RICHARD LYNN SHELVEN SHERRICK CHERYL SHELTON mix . i, SALLY SLOTTERBECK ERNESTINE CAROLYN SHROPSHIRE SILER NANCY SHEETS SHARON JAMES SEITZ SEVRENCE CHRIS SHERWIN DIAN SHORT: Y-Teens 3, 4; Orchestra 1; F.B.L.A. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Senior Rep. 4; Junior Play Properties Com; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3; Pep Club 1; Mimeo- graphing 4. JAMES SHOVAR ERNESTINE SHROPSHIRE CAROLYN SILER: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. SALLY SLOTTERBECK: Lake Township 1; Peries 3, 4; Y4Teens 4; F.N.A. 4; Edelirm 4; Junior Play Makeup Com; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3; Senior Play Properties Com; Rhythm Roundup 4. JAMES H. SMITH: Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, Co-Vicc Pres. 4; Football 1; Junior Play Committee. JAMES L. SMITH: HLY 1, 2, 3; Bowling 3, 4. JAN SMITH: Macombcr 1, 2, 3; Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. CHRIS DIAN JAMES SHERWIN SHORT SHOVAR JAMES L. JAN JAMES H. SMITH SMITH SMITH JUDITH SMITH MICHAEL SOMERVI LLE RONALD SOPH ER JUDITH SMITH: Y-chns 2, 4. MICHAEL SOMERVILLE: QDXS 2, 3, 4; German Club 3; Basketball 1; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD SOPHER BETSEY SPAULDING: National Honor 4; Classical Honor Society 1; Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, Chaplain 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Edelimz 4; Deads Aide 1, 2, 3; Junior and Senior Play Property Com. Co-Chairman. PATRICIA SPEIGHT: Y-Teens 4. SUSAN SPRATT: Y-Tcens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Dean1s Aide 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1. ELLEN STEINER: Y-Teens 1; F.N.A. 3, 4. 'ROBERT STERLING: National Honor 4; Forum 2, 3, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2, 4; Track 1, 4; Ezleliml 4; Junior Class Pres.; Senior Play Com. LARRY STIMOFF ROBERT : . . LARRY ' ZINER STERLING STIMOFF SUSAN SPRATT BETSEY SPAULDING PATRICIA SPEIGHT OLIVIA STUBBLEFIELD: Junior Achievement 3, 4. LE ANNA SUMROW: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Projectionist 1, 2. KEITH SWIHART FRED SZABO: St. Francis DeSales 1. TERRY TEOPAS: National Honor 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Edelimz Circulation 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Technical Staff for Plays 2, 3, 4; Activities OHice 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLARD THANASIU: Hi-Y 2, 4; Forum 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; Tennis 2, 3, 4. EDSIL THARP: West Virginia 1; Hi-Y 4; Wrestling 2, 4. GLENN THOMPSON: National Honor 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, Pres. 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. CHESTER TRAIL: Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Tennis 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4. KEITH 3W! I HART OLIVIA STUBBLEFIELD LE ANNA SUMROW WILLARD THANASIU FRED TERRY SZABO TEOPAS EDSIL GLENN THARP THOMPSON CHESTER TRAIL DONALD THOMAS SANDRA TRETER TROTTER TROUT DONALD TRETER: Chemistry Club 3, 4-; Band 2, 3, Drum Major 4. THOMAS TROTTER SANDRA TROUT: Phils 3, 4; Y-Tcens 1; Spanish Club 2; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; junior Play; Home Room Rep- resentative 1. JEANIE TUCKER ROBERT TUCKER: Football 1. SHIRLEY TURPENING: Y-Teens 1, 3, 4; Mimeogmph- ing 4; Libbey Leaders 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4. The Senior Trip Committee, wlw planned mz exciling Jenior trip to Wajlaingtmz D. C . mid New York City, are Row 2: Tim Rohrbacher, Mike Farmer, Bill Clevenger, and Jim Goings. Row 1: Gloria Pund, Judy McDonald, Cindy Covington, and Sue Cook. IEANIE ROBERT SHIRLEY TUCKER TUCKER TURPENING DONNA VAIL: Y-Tecns 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's Aide 4; Senior Play Properties Com. JEAN VAN CAMP: Zets 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Dean's; Aide 2; Pep Club 1. DONNA VANDERLIP: National Honor 4; Phils 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 4, Vice. Pres. 2, 3; 17.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Libbey Leaders 1, 2, 3. SALLY VANDERWULP: National Honor 3, 4; Perics 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Libbey Leaders 3; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; DeanXs Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Com.; Edelizm 4. THOMAS VAN TASSEL: National Honor 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Forum 4. ALBERT VARGAS: Clay High School 1. DONNA JEAN DONNA VAIL VAN CAMP VANDERLIP SALLY THOMAS ALBERT VANDERWULP VAN TASSEI. VARGAS SUZANN LINDA ALICE VIEITH VERNAZ VINES SUZANN VEITH: National Honor 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Of- fice Aide 2. 3. 4. LINDA VERNAZ: Whitney 2; Y-Teens 4. ALICE VINES: Y-Tecns 3, 4. PAUL VNUCK: Band 2, 3, 4. LINDA VOGELBACHER: Y-Teens 4. BARBARA VOGTSBERGER: National Honor 4; Zets 2, 3, Corr. Secy. 4; Y-Tcens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Ger- man Club Treas. 3; Cryxml 3, 4; Junior Play; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2. 3; Deads Aide 4; Senior Class Vice Pres.; Senior Play Prompter. GWENDOLYN LEE CHRISTINE WALBOLT WALDRON XVAL'LBANK JOYCE GUY RONALD XVA LTERS WARNER W1 Y ATT amnmn - 22 38 m m PAUL LINDA BARBARA VNUCK VOGELBACHER VOGTSBERGER GWENDOLYN WALBOLT: National Honor 3, 4; Y- Teens 1, 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Libbey Christian Youth 2, 3, Secy. 4; Cryxtzzl 3, 4; Junior Play; Choir 2. LEE WALDRON CHRISTINE WALLBANK: Classical Honor Society 1; National Honor 3, Secy. 4; Phils 2, 3, Senior Censor 4-; Y- Teens 1, 2, 4, Pres. 3; Crymzl 3, 4; Junior Play Com; Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2. JOYCE WALTERS: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Activities 083cc 4; Mimeographing 4; Junior Achievement 2, 3. GUY WARNER: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. RONALD WYATT Fla.flaiazg Ike enticing .rmile that won her llae elation 45 the 1962 Foal- IMH Queen, Sdmly Keim with laer allemlmzlx, Lamina Gmmke mzd fmly McDonald, reign; at the C owlzo y Romzdzlp. MICHAEL WARREN DENNIS WATKINS MICHAEL WARREN: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Pres. 4; HM! 2, 3, Spanish Club Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Track 1, 2; Football 1, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 4; 2 a DENNIS WATKINS: Hi-Y 4; Q.D.'s 4; Baseball 3, 4. JO ANN WAYNE: Drew High 3. KATHLEEN WEILANT: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Mimeographing 4. KATIE WELSHANS: Y-Teens 4. FLORENCE WHITE: Y-Teens 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Junior Classical League 4. jAY WHITE: Football 1, Mgr. 2. OCIA LEE WHITE: Cafeteria 3; Libbey Leaders 2, 3, 4. RONALD WICKERT: National Honor 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 4, Pres. 3; German Club 3; Junior Classi- cal League 1, 2; Classical Honor Society 1, 2; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play. JAY WHITE OCIA LEE WHITE RONALD WICKERT GENE VUODRICH OSCAR WI N STED THOMAS WILLIAMS WOLLENSCHLAGER 43: KATIE WIZLSHANS KATHLEEN WEILANT F LORENCE WHITE BARBARA WICZYNSKI: Y-chns 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Mimeogmphing 4. EARL WILLIAMS JOAN WILLIAMS: Y-Teens 4. THOMAS WILLIAMS: National Honor 3, 4; Classical Honor Society 2, 3; Forum 2, 3, 4; junior Prom Com; Senior Class Pres.; Band 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4. OSCAR WINSTED: Football 3; Track 2, 3. GENE WODRICH: Spanish Club 1, 2; Chemistry Club 3, 4. 7 ha Y-Tecns .4. 7 RUTHANN WOLLENSCHLAGER: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Libbey Leaders 2, 3. KAREN WOLLENWEBER: National Honor 3, 4; Phils 2, 3, Treas. 4-; Y-Teens 2, 4, Secy. 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Cryxlul 3; junior Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, PATRICIA WOODS: Y-chns 4. EARL WILLIAMS BARBARA WICZYNSKI JOAN WI LLIAMS RUTHANN KAREN WOLLENWEBER PATRICIA WOODS MARY ANN BYRL ELSIE WORONA WRIGHT. JR. WRIGHT ELSIE WRIGHT: Y-Teens QUINTELLA GRAVES INTELLA QLCJmAVlZS ROBERT SMITH BYRI. WRIGHT, JR; Braddock, Pennsylvania 1, 2. 4. KAREN WYATT: Y-Teens 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. SANDRA YEAGER: Y-Teens 4. SUSAN YOUNGS: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Mimeographing 4. KAREN SANDRA SUSAN W'YATT YEAGER YOUNGS MARY ANN WORONA: Y-Teens 1. ROBERT SMITH SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES CHERYL AUXTER: Home Room Representative 1; Y- Teens 2, 3; Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM BUCKINGHAM: Howc- Military Academy 2, 3; Q.D.'s 2, 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. ANSEL DAVIDSON JOHN MCCRARY JUANITA MARTIN: Hunter High School. DOROTHY MERRITT DELMOS NEWSOME: Logan Junior High 9; Crum High School 10. THOMAS PITZEN: St. Francis 1, 2, 3. DANIEL POPE WILLIAM REYNOLDS RICHARD RUSSELL JAY SALHOFF JEANNE SCOTT: McAuley 1, 2, 3. LYNN SMITH: Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE WALTON DICK YANT l . Senior pfay. 7eoman Canvlfe ,, Have you a problem? The blasted things cuming buck! They're making up Muisie. Properties Committee can still smile "the Oops! Excuse me! Room at the top. morning after the night before." Did he say something wrong? 0011! It's cold! Speak to me! :50: x waymag .g $$$$er mg mumc Sweet music. Travel .3??? E? ms? aim: ma 'iik saw; KW map; E w. w $30 Singing in the min. '12 wywmg amusm . out but 1'97 Im. n M Q lellyllun till, boys? u: . mking for a turn. H ck B Ruxhin l1n1..s.ull1rl;x. $$!!'.0:1.."111 eating tAe art . . . Cfadd o 963 The following were Chosen by the Juniors to manage social activities and Dan Hunt, Gretchen Bruggcman, Mary Dierksheide, and Roger Newman to lead the cla55 to success: Fred Atkins, president; Dick Hayden, treas- capably fulfilled their obligations as Junior representatives to the Stu- urer; Marilyn Vogel, secretary; and Lana Bigelow, vice president. dent Council. Row 5 Car0linc Lorr, Larcne Kennedy, Pat Daniels, Sharon Goldstein, Gail Sutton, Barbara Mitchell, Joyce Hochmuth, Jennifer Huff, Kay League. Row 2 Frances Pierce, jean Schultz, Sharon Ensley, Lydia Fink, Sandy Cramer, Charlotte Neeley, Sharon Ellwood, Patricia Mitchell, jnnicc Kaczmarczyk. Row 1 Sharron Shields, Agnes Sliwinski, Becky Corder, Pam Shawley, Darlene Pontious, Beverly Kelley, Aryl-Jeanne Vinson, Theresa Cole. Row SuDave Todd, Edward Ball, David Sprunk, William Restorick, Ron Vogelpohl, Butch Hunt, Alan Knowles, John Franklin, Claude Awls, Bob Lawrence, David Bruhn. Row 2 17rank Crabtrec, Bill Telb, Tom Starner, Ronnie Dangler, Jim Austin, Harold Pauly, Paul Kerschbaum, Jerry Keil, Bob Ott, Chuck Berry, Frank Wyland, Bobby Collins. Row 1 Jim Weber, Darrell Topel, Dave Kandik, Pat D Amato, Dan Momsen, Jack Duty, Manford Brown, Dennis Butler, Robert Fries, john Rowe. junior?! unions Row 3 John Graves, Bob Moffatt, Glen Maxwell, Malin Wagner, Dick VanDrcw, Roosevelt Jones, jim Voylcs john Butler, Mike Brazer. Row 2 Dan Kronfield, Ronnie Miller, Arthur Williams, Ray Adams, Montro Parker, jamcs Almstead, Scott Derkin, Andy Purse, Nick Corbin. Row 1 Louis Kutz, Robert Trimmer, Jim Vice, Don Simmons, Alton Neal, 17er Antolini, Ramon Tiggs, XVilbert Baccus. Row 3 Laura Noll, Ruthanne Mason, Pat Richards, Mary Patten, Martha Bicrlcy, Carolyn Kramcr, Brenda Overstrcct, Estella Jackson, Alfreda Simpson. Row 2 Susan Ronfeldt, Frances Rogge, Glenna chhscl, Pat Snuggs, Karen Tholl, Barbara Barkhimcr, Dianne Bulin, Cindy Mauk, Karen Newman. Row 1 Judy Kwiatkowski, Rosemary Brown, Tessa Gable, Golcathea Files, Diana French, Jessie Sisson, Judy Korakns, Jane Scoby, Penni Englert. Row 3 Karol Kidd, Gloria Armour, Wanda Scott, Carolyn Passolt, Geraldine Mancini, Carol Nowak, Kay Tesch, jacquelinc Gamer, Patricia Wise, Carolyn Trail, Ann Alexander. Row 2-Suc Barber, Ethel Davis, Sue Temple, Sharon Tubbs, Donna Thorpe, Pat Stickle, Barbara Jones, Sharon Lundy, Kathy Johnson. Row 1 CaroI Knapp, Jill Bentley, Carol Mickcns, Barbara Daso, Annie Braddy, Constance Johnson, Nora Whittle, Carol Carter, Dianna chiorowski. Row 3-Dick Hayden, Rodney Eason, Mikc Willinger, Dick Huffman, Roy Eulberg, Charles Haton, Don Holmes, Fred Atkins, Bill Husum, Len Pruss. Row 2 Bob Fuller, Roger Newman, Gary Heyman, Bruce Borgelt, Mike Schneider, Terry Dotson, Bob Hicks, Jim Szych, Klaus Kennedy, Robert Paszko. Row 1 AIbert Owens, Mark Stoll, john Sloan, Eddie Taylor, Dan Grochowski, Bob Burkey, Art Rahm, Perry Helms, Larry Noyes. "-nn . A Row 3 PauI Senkel, James Gainer, Kenneth Powell, Danny Lyons, Tom Kennelly, Hank Harris, Jerry Tarquinto, James Owensby, Martin Marsh. Row Z-Jetton Bost, Lee Fought, Larry Nuding, Bobby Chamberlain, Douglas Zapcr, Hubert Martin, Larry Emch, Ronald Poulson. Fred Craig, Bob Wachter, Rich Calipctro, William Moll, Steve Nicholas, Terry Stine, Tom Oberlc, Bill Reagan. Row 1 Row 3 811san Doten, June Leck, Judy Hahn, Sylvia Burgess, Marilyn Passoldt, Sue Knowlson, Pat Jeakle, Christine Sum- mers, Kay Holdren. Row 2 Patricia Tucker, Betty Hall, Patricia A. Richards, Judy Dietsch, Pauline Gyums, Carole Sass, Sandra Dymarkow- ski, Lillian Nowaczyk, Mary Zitzelberger. Row 1 Betty McLennan, Kathy Veith, Sue Sirbu, Glenda Thompson, Marilynn Rcmias, Ruthanne Starkloff, Diane Hill, Mildred Korakas, Grace Gorsuch. :56: 35 am .m m. 4.x; 4A $1 t g A Row 3-Leonard Mayne, Neil Hosack, Darryl Lothery, Steve Durkett, Herbert Brown, Ted Markwood, John O'Connell, Harold Smith, David Spilman. Row 2 Ar1en Butte, Duane Swaninger, Larry Stiles, John Ramsey Robert Sparrow, Carl Rodriguez, Del Skentrowicz, Herb Minnick, Weston Moran. Row 1 Charles Falkcnberg, James Matzinger, Ronald Nale, Robert Edmonds, Carlos Rios, Patrick Jones, Dave Ganss, Allen Nausc. Row 3 -Ann Hanna, Lee Ann Shunk, Penny Pendleton, Sue Hannaford, Cheryl Fable, Joycelynn Hills, Wilma Squire, janie Stover, Jackie Dragcr, Laura Schliebner. Row 2 Mildred Miller, Anita Sick, Peggy Schwanitz, Karen McClure, Opal Rife, Joan Jeffery, Lana Bigelow, Janet Kovacs, Mary Cervantez. Row 1 Sharon Poole, Rosella Keaton, Carol Georgia, Gretchen Bruggeman, Micky Mildc, Barb Ernst, Anne Moore, Susan Biniker, Elizabeth Sookcy. unions uniord Row 3 Annette Bmun, Sharon Barton, Candy Rice, Helen Popp, Paulette Dalton, Grace White, Suzanne Meeker, Judith Gee, Leslie Davis. Row ZMSharon Burns, Diane Dankcrt, Darlene Rothlisbergcr, Pam Barrio, Barbara Drcycr, Frances Lipkc, Mcrric-Suc Geis, Sandy Carlson, Margaret Huebner. Row 1 Bonita Henck, Sylvia Siders, Gcri Eubank, Darlene Saunders, Martha Cunningham, Suc Blackmorc, judy Stone, Frani Keefer. Row 3-Stcve White, Douglas Grau, LcMoync Mercer, Fritz Kucbeler, Tom DeVincy, James Stewart, Larry Allcn, Phil Bremer, Jim Duddcrar. Row 2 Doug Parker, John Coger, Michael Coffey, Redmond Chambers, Scott Thompson, Tim Clark, Bernard Oliver, Chuck Meinardi, David Martin. Row 1 Tom French, Gordon Obarski, LOuie Colvin, Jeff Loos, Dennis Crosson, Bill Vanderwulp, Tom Zanter, Art French. Row 3- -Margaret Fanaff, Joan Matecki, Sue Stine, Betty Legg, Martha Keller, Carole Winterhalter, Willa Mae Mason, Barbara Hawkins, Beverly Borton, Chris Conant. Row 2 Annct tc Spitulski, Candace Gran, Mary Beckman, Janice Laskcy, Cheryl Weed, Judy Palka, Tam Stemmermnnn, Sandra Patterson, Barbara Carlo. Row lWMary Rccd, Beverly Pearce, joAnn Johnson, Darlene Sherman, Sue Roach, Eleanor Hayes, Ethel Freeman, Sandra Franklin, Marcia Bittikofer. Row 3 Bob Donaldson, Leo Knox, Oadis Stewart, Frederick Powers, Walter Boles, Tom Boehk, John Miller, Scott Dill, Stcvc Busick, Bill MaZur. Row 2 Tom Mielke, Richard McConnell, David Winsted, Larry Burnett, John Collins, Tom Hall, Gary Schmidt, Mike Gaisser, Tim Fink. Row 1 Edwnrd Hardy, David Fruvcl, Rudy Sattler, Larry Riopelle, Russ Clevenger, Rodger Bruce, Arthur Stark, George jcnkins, Leo Taraschkc. Juniord w. I-WfV . Row 3 Judy Early, JoAnne Reehl, Sherry Robertson, Claudia Wright, Joice Waters, Patsy Clapp, Pam Taylor, Karen Ewen, Janet Althoff, Jan Burrs. Row 2 Gayle Schoonover, Sharon Kellum, Pat Flint, Mildred Reid, Sylvia Powell, Cleola Byrd, Cookie Murrie, Sarah Harrison, Geneva Carter. Row 1 Mari1yn Parish, Sharon Elkins, Pat Welker, Neva Hurst, Bobbi Robinson, Gerry Mallory, Mary Rodriguez, JoAnne Randall, Mary Monahan. Row 3 Mary Patridge, Sarah Lay, Joanne Campbell, Arlene Dutridge, Earleen Deppen, Barbara Schulz, Jacquelyn Woods, Carla Haynes, Edna Jones. Row 2- Dorothy Foster, Edith Nickey, Dorothy Finah, Sally Kruse, Diane Hubbard, Mary Ellen Dudderar, Sandy Frick, Lana Boyd, Judy Gigandet. Row IASidncy Wooten, Colette Blair, Ruby Cannon, Robbie Dieball, Marilyn Vogel, Peggi Jenne, Carolyn Vogcl, Sandy Francis, Donna Amos. jn Memoriam Robert joseph Fox, who had 21 fresh, optimistic outlook on life, will always be remem- bered as a fine example of a typical American boy. Although he was especially fond of basketball and was interested in cars, he derived his greatest enjoyment from fishing. Despite the fact that life for him was a bitter struggle, he did not complain; he kept a smile on his lips and hope in his heart. On December 2, 1961, he passed into the realm of everlasting life and happiness. We, at Libbey, wish to express our deepest sympathy to Robert's family and friends. "Dmlly be uni proud, llwngly JOIIIE lymlc rallied flyee Miglle and clrmdflzl, far Ilaml m'l IIOf m; . . . One .rlmrt sleep pail, we uwiee eternally, Am! Denim srlmll be 170 more . . 3i efolm Dmme The Prom Committee whu worked diligently to insure the success of this most important event were Row 2-Sue Roach, Rick Huffman, Sue Hannaford, Tom Oberle, Mike Willingcr; Row leRuby Cannon, John Franklin, Christine Conant, Bill Restorick, Barbara Schultz. The panel which calpnbly displayed its vast knowledge of history to the TV audience was cumposed of Ruw ZeBill Husum, John Collins; Row lePcnny Pendleton. Jessie Sisson. The Juniors were very proud of the selection made by their Ring Committee: Ueft t0 righn Bill Mazur, Bill Husum, Carolyn Vogel, Bob Ott, Penny Pendleton, Karen McClure. It is to these people that we owe the huge success of the Junior play: Row Z-VUeston Moran, Dennis Crosson, Jeffery Loos, Bob Wachter, Dick VnnDrew; Row IeSue Stine, Edna Jones, Marty Keller, Sharon Tubbs, Jackie Dmger. "Have some cider?" Parents tnjoyed thc cider 21nd doughnuts served at Open House. The Senior TV panelists pose for :1 picture. Chuck proudly cscnrt's Lamina to her Jeff and Glenn are happy to be the National Merit Scholarship Finalists. Sandy and Jun could hzwc danced place beside the throne. all night. Libbcy's quiz kids bring home many laurels to Libbey. Santa's workshop was the Art Department's Christmas present to Libbey. Mrs. Upp sz'unples the refreshments at the Phils' booth. Congratulations, Ruth, for winning the annual speech contest. Practice makes perfect. "Anyone for :1 pedicure ?" "All together now, 1-2-3 !" The prize goes to the highest bidder. There is :1 time to keep silent and :1 time to speak. The melodious tones of the choir put the cameraman aloft. raiding jfong . . . Cfadd o ,64 Diane Cherry and John Williams :1ny represented the Sophomore In the quiet atmosphere of our library :1 vast storehouse of lca'n'nr Class on the Student Council of 1961-1962. ing is available for those who seek knowledge. Row 31szcy Krueger, Linda Johnson, Laura Mycrholtz, Carol Wyatt, Doris Krueger, Nurma Jean Williams, Judie Conncrmn. Delores Meyer, Gaynell Jones, Emma Burringer. Row 21-July Elrod, Delphine Johnson, Betty Matzinger, Lily Mae Boyd, Vernim Hogan, Kathy WHlliums, Connie Vincent, Caroline Dally, Ellen Grasser, Toni Dixon. Row 11Michele Smith, Cheryl Dicken, Lorrene Daniel, Norma Nunley, Pat O'Neill, Margie Bradfnrd, Cookie Cnger, Joyce Nunley, Becky Pier, Judy Osman :54: Row 3 Sherryl Schwanbeck, Dianne Beauregard, Brenda Snyder, Jeanne Raqu Bobbie Glendening, Judy Broedow, Beverly Williams, Margaret Gozdnwski, Sharon Draper, Sue Evans. Row 2-Czlrolyn Lulfs, Carol Leimer, Patricia W'erner, Lana Ellis, Sandy Jones, Cheryl Harbert, Nancy McIntire, Donna Stevens, Suzanne Tcopus, Murcia Johns, Ruth Ewing. Ruw l-APntriciu Miller. Linda Merzkc, Cnrulyn Kohring, Mzu'y Durell, Carol Bartell, Nancy Krueger, Elaine Eisemann, Suzanne Wendi, Margurct Buchrer. Row 3 1 011y Mchulcy. Bola Sclmffer, Grover Franklin, Charles Gaglione, Phil Meyer, Jim Vail, Ken Martin, Ed Bollinger, Jay Crawford, Dave Zimmerman. Row 2-8013 Laberdcc, Rick W'zllker, Mike Harris, Vincent Mills, Bill Gamer, Tracy Warren, Curlee Williams, Dan Hunt, Tom Wechtel, Clifford Lewis. Row 1-Ron Armstrong, Dnvc Mnxon, Bob XVcher, Lester Collins, Darryl Quay, Walter Nino, Fred Flores, Ray Meiers. $PAOMOI'QJ :55: Row 3 Duvc Emline, James Faulkner, William Hensley, Bob Aemmer, Ronald Stough, Jim Wurburton, Charlie Rogers, Clyde Partin, Bob McMillian. Bill Caller. Row 2--.Iohn Schultz, Donald Boomer, Jim Mauntler, Mike Timiney, George Rubel, Neal Franks, Don Warnecke, Mike Maguire, John Williams. Row 1 .106 Hawkins, jerry Brown, Patrick Cnchmn, John Barber, Tom Terrill, Bill Weber, Dick Shaw, Walter Martin, Robert Plunder, 3b x I , ,, . ,k . g 3?; x - 5 m ' ' . . . Wit '2 .. , , - , -. , Row 5 George Ford, Robert Miller, John McCheron, Bob Hanf, Jim Wienberg, Robert Rolfes, James Coley, Maurice Clemons, Dick Serve, Bob Newcomer, Thomas Tefft. Row 2 TeIIus Johnson, Jerry Hunter, William Metzger, Mike Brown, Bob Gwozdz, Dennis Ott, Dick Dittmnn, John Rosiak, Dan Lazenby, Harvey King, Mike Vorderburg. Row 1 B0b Weygandt, Gary Rotert, Daniel Cunningham, Raymond White, Bill chrion, Ronnie Smith, Dun Jordan, Norman Gray, Robert Schneider, Doug Dittman, Randy Schimmel. SZPAOM cred 66: Row 3 D0nnu Kovacs, Diane Cherry, Cathy Mchnahan, Kathie Bivens, Kay Crossum Liz Smith, Judy Thomas, Carol Deanuter, Kathy Secrest, Jackie Veith. Row 2 CamJ DeVault, Sue Lentz, Mary Schwanitz, Nancy Waterman, Linda Baldingcr, Andrea Wundtke, Jeanne Bonrdman, Marilyn Fink, Martina Moline, Lynda Stephens. Row 1 811eryl Carothers, Mimi Smith, Nancy Eckel, Sandy Page, Sharon Davenporn Margie Pmbcrt, Karen Wliczynski, Sylvia Tyler, Beverly Polesovsky. Row 3 Bernard Quinn, Alvin Love, Jim Oehmke, Tom Rodcr, Dave Moore, Dick Enmhiscr, Rick Wallace, Mike English, Gary Fincskc, Glenn Gannon, Russell Roberts. Row 2-Joe Phelps, John Morrison, John Coleman, Byron Bngner, James King, Chuck King, Dale Beck, Jim Putnam, Ted Gawrunski, Tom Krubill, Tom Schnetzler. Row 1 Charles Nungester, Fred Braker, Doug Russell, John Whitzel, Mike Tamlyn, Dan Hymore, Carl Klostermeier, John Canty, Bill Kepp, Ron Freeman. ' Ty BIL. 1m; Wm: W7 . g 4 Row 3-Ru1h Ann Compton, Clam Parker, Beverly Braun, Sue Croston, Matilda Williams, Sue Spicer, Mary Jane Lacy, Caryl Brubaker. Elaine Dunson, Marilyn Meyer. Row 2--Evon Brown, Corliss Burnley, Carol Ann Jacobs, Ann Kerschbaum, Kathy Stanley, Jennifer Wnndtke, Karen Keebler, Betty Jenn szllick, Sue Tamschke, Mona Morrison. Row 1-Suc Vcrsansky, Phyllis Haskins, Sandy Mercer, Cheryl Bondy, Floy Mitchell, Carolyn Verdon, anccine Galloway, Darlyn Curr, Paulette Wesrrup, Rosemary Krohn. Row 3--Jim Old, Lawrence Hughes, Jim Znhmdnik, Ed Allen, Chester Hoover, Ed Cousino, john McKay Williams, John Schneider, Norman Rnundell, John Hazclwood. Row 2 Jeff Bauer, Johnny Lyons, Terry Durham, Lowell Wcaner, Steve Oberle, Dave Naylor, Bill Peneff, Charles Harris, Bob Richardson, Melvin Pommeranz. Raw l-Iloc Disher. Tom Bclcher, Ken Moeller, Barry Badertschcr, Terry Hupp, James Malcuit, Dick Fox, Douglas Zeck, Nathaniel Tall, jim Snyder. $I9A om OI'eJ Row 3 Smulm Butterfleld. Barbara Patton, Gloria Bannister, Linda Wnllingmn, Carole King, Sharon Floyd, Jean Knaggs, Pamela Hanover, Kay Kramer, Jackie Kline. Row 2-Kuthy Strublc. Sherry! McGovern, Diane Dominiak, Evelyn Stewart, Martha Mann, Marian Lipsey, Sue Kirk, Sue Shock, Sandra Davis. Row 1 Judy Nickmnz. Sharon Wittich, Ginger Wetzel, Shirley Huebner, Debbie Niekranz, Edna Robinson, Amahda Mae Vance, Jeri Lynne Stmhl, Kurenlce Campbell. 385532 w Ag ,.;m k g, 3? ; " Even the underclassmen "Could Have Danced All Night" at the Cowboy Roundup. SOPQGOSTOI'eJ Row 3 F1.ed Schmidt, Fred Hunter, Henry Norwood, james Adkins, Jim Yeager, Robert Miller, Doug Black, Larry Pruss, Edward Costell, Mike Burwell. Row 2 Richard Buck, Wendell Coker, Bob Weigel, Bob Braun, Mike Tucker. John Klem, Mark Braunsclm'cigcr, John Mylck, Jcrry Johnson. Row 1 John Whaley, James Shorter, Paul Graves, Steve Scharrcn, Clifford Vines Gary Road, Frank Yunker, jerry Cousino, Jerry Ide. Row 3 KathIeen Manning, Ruth Cary, Jeanne McClcary, Jenn l'iggert, Beverly Hunse, Maxine Porter, Ncllic Phenizy, Esther Bradley, Judy Oestreich, Chris Scott. Row 2- ShirJey Machcinski, Linda Overholt, Pat XVicgnnd, Jcrlinc Moore, judy VUctcr, Sharon Quuckcnbush, Heidi Huslcr, Corliss Randall, Maxine Trail. Connie Fink. Row 1 Betsy Hill, Doris Agnew, Janice Scott, Nelgcne Brown, Helga Skentwwicz, Charlene Stevenson, Paula Starks, Andrea Bussetl, Marilyn Strohl. Row 3-0111 Cook, Ed Moody, Norman Kepler, James Roth, Andrew Driver, Jim Eiben, Alan Bremer, Terry Huepenbecker, Don Wiese, Carlton Hargrave. Row 2 F1'cd Simmons. Emmet Hallick, Redmond Chambers, Rick Erdmann, John Lewis, John L. Williams, Frank Williams, Tom Olejniczzlk. Larry Whittingtnn. Ruw 1-13m Duffcy. Larry Cuusinu, Don Jacksun, Dave Todd, Ray Thompson, Dave Smith, Robert Hawcy, Tom O'Brien, Harry Marsh. Ruw 3 an Sutcr, Linda Sick. Karen Smith, Anita Rospert, Virginia Scoby, Judy Shaw, Judy Wood, Judy Rill, Karen Insenga. Row 2HDL'IUYCS Hunt, Susan Willis, Jerilyn Dean, Joanne Reitz, Barbara Dowling, Mary Kennedy, Janice Moore, Joyce Dillard, Wendy Dyer; Row l-Anim Paukcn, Carol Schultz, Donna Stcfanski, Diana Schropp, Joyce Warejko, Marcia Medan, Gayle Draheim, Janice Lovell. .Szla ::n0f'e:5 Row 3 Duvid lick, Chuck Flowers, Dennis Douglas, Roger Ball, Tom Bierly, Terry Fratilla, Howard Kelley, W'illiam Boone, Terry Totzke, Lloyd Ebright. Rnw 2-Czlrl Mundcll, Milton Pummcmnz, Joey Robcr, Don Eberts, Jerry Runkle, Ronnie Cope, James Sandford, Bob Schultz, Eddie Kilbridc. Row 1-R:11ph Prudcn, Mike Mcqurity, John Reagan, Glenn Moulton, Bill Rehm, Steve Dail, Bob Wiese, Tom Richmond, Jack Cutie. Row 3-Nancy Irwin, Becky Beach, Judy Botts, Susan Dolby, Kathy Fic, Kathy McAuley, Carol Wcstfall, Cherie Pollock, Lcntlm Tracy, Criscelda Reyes. I '3. Row 2 Juanita Carter, Hazel Kibler, Sharon Douglas, Carolyn Flowers, Beckie Galvin, Nancy Palmer, Suc Jayncs, Mary Browning, Ella Hendrix, D' Nesse Vorraber. Row 1 -Kristina Pund, Pam Cisterino, Mary Hankins, Marsha Moan, Jill Bridenbaugh, Trygve Anderson, Susan Schick, Jeannette Miller, Joy Hazelbaker, Carol Keefer. .SZPAomored :70: Row 3 David Floering, Walter Wood, Judge Legg, George Leaf, William Hayes, Ken Gehrs, Milton Carpenter, Charles Summers, Richard Cowley, Fred Recknagel. Row 2-Bob Throne, Albert Carter, David Dauer, John Vice, Jerry Hunter, Gary Boerst, David Hayward, Larry Dunsworth, Thomas Douglas. Row 1 Curtis Lemuy, Gary chdt, Roger Kmntz, Bill Perry, Bill Wangler, Fred Beening, Gary Stefan, Robert L6wis. Tom Dalton. Rnw 3-Rogcr Marvin, Melvin Jahns, Bob Crunkilton, Walter Ginther, Dick Elfcring, Richard Kueblcr, Wendell Smith, Larry Wirick, Philip Williams, Bob Klippstein. Row 2 Jimmy Holloway, Kim Bostwick, Everett Osterud, Bob Kirkendull, Leslie Thomas, Guy Staples, Kenneth McBride, David Sundys, Jim Metropulos. Row l-Terry Kelsey, Norman White, james Drath, Rick Fotrey, Hugh Gorham, Jim Feehrmeyer, Dick Benson, Gregory Szkatulski, David Page. r4 . 3 y? . I .538 :J Row 3 Mike Collins, Craig Dixon, James Stamp, Stan Knczmarczyk, Charles Cosper, Neil Bersticker, Dennis Dickson, Gillan. Otto Buschen. Webster White. Dave Klein, Dan Row 2 David Brandt, Jack Olmsteud, Ken Hubbell, Major McCormick, Bradford May, Bobby Shropshire, Dave Harler, Don Wyper, Row I-Ronnic Anderson, Mike Morse, Phil Harrison, Doug Schroeder, Mike Kachenmeister, Gan! Yunker, Tom Steusloff, Charles Brown, Bill Bunting, Gary .Emch, Roger Spcelman. Row 3-chniczl Hawkins, Susan Peterson, Cynthia Militzcr, Susie Johnson, Barbara Facey, Carolyn Krause, Gayne Robinson, Jean Walker, Suzanne Gray, Put Repass. Row 2 Mzu garet Richardson, Delores ch, Joan Dodge, Janis Reed, Karen Kurschat, Carol Greunke, Joyce Wales, Jenny Lea, Leslie Estcp, Marilyn Meschkc. Row 1 -Lydi:1 Jones, Shirley Carlo, Pam Smith, 5110 Dow, Brenda Miller, Betsy Avery, Ginny Ernst, Manzetta Patton, Gloria Gonzalez. .SZPAom area :71: Row 3 Mm'y Jakab, Cynthia Houston, Charleen Stafford, Annie Rayford, Kathy Waite, Viola Horosewski, Karen Goodrich, Ivy Loper Peggy Tracht, Marilyn Dx'uckemiller. Evelyn Burgess, Deana Case, Irma Cook. v Row 2 -Karin Huslcr, Cheryl Harvey, Janis Dcnman, Dorothy McCoy, LaVeda Scott, Gladys Devnlt, Flora Rayford, Cloddie Jones, Row J.-Burbm:z1 Smith, Judy Samudio, Sharon Seymour, Patricia Mynhier, Lucille Wormely, Barbara McBride, Griszllonu, Sharon Davis. Diane Sondys, Susan 38 '55 am gm m a wmm e: xa- cm 3 Jig $933: 25 N , aiding tAe 3aiZ$ . . . Cfaw 0 ,65 Row 3 Barbara Douthett, Sherry Bowers, Lee James, Judy Peters, Kay Clapp, Sondra Zapf, Sandy Stewart, Diane Garner, Cathey Borton, Karen Risner. Row 2 Debbie Bridenbaugh, Sue Erwin, Barb Bressler, Gloria Wigfall, Jean McCloud, Peggy Speight, jacqucline Pickens, Barbara Westfall, Judy Rapp, Beth Taraschke. Row 1 Dolores Corbin, Cheryl Loar, Lois Mitchell, Pam Roycr, Pattie Cisterino, Sharon Cousino, Judy Himes, Susan Smith, Vicki Carey. ... . --. :2;4 H :L. . E . x Row 3-Charlcs Brown, Dennis Huepenbecker, Nelson Jackson, David Hessel, Ronald Korzec, John Tate, Phil Holst, Ken Snyder, Don Stanton, Pat Powers. Row 2 Ralph Maddox, Jeffrey Weed, Paul Lcmongi, Bruce Young, Kenneth Barnum, Dick Litten, Raymond Strohl, Raul Monterrubio, Gary Hosack. Row 1 -Bob Taraschkc, Jim Pasch, Dan McGrau, Clifford Earl, Gary Ganchou, Bill Watkins, Tony Martinez, Scott Albright, John Lemkc. jredAmen : 7 3 : Row 3 Daryl Darr, Jerome Hassell, Fred Carter, Jimmie Rodgers, Martin Bennett, John Knox, Jeff Crawford, Ronald Ellis, Ausby Oliver, Kenneth Bostic. Row 2 Dnvid Roberts, Donald Isaacs, Arney Robinson, Grady Riley, Billy Morrison, Mike Shively, Ron Moycr, John Lark, Darryl Limpf. Row 1 Billy Wayne, Greg McHugh, Casimir Draham, David Dawson, Ray Bristow, Ernie Bernath, Leslie Bothast, Elwood Miller, Dave Willis. Row 3-Cathy Meeker, Karen Streib, Suzanne Glanzman, Janet Schmidt, Karis Chapman, Kay Barley, Beverley Walker, Sharon Randall, Nancy Kemmcrly, Carol Wollenweber. Row 2 Kathy Gricc, Betty Reid, judith Hoff, Nela Nichoson, Judy Tallman, Cynthia Franklin, Susan Rosebrock, Connie Rocsch, Sharon Hendricks, Margo Howard. Row 1 Karcn Reeves, Kathy Hornyak, Dorothy Driver, Phyllis Stanton, Jana Fem, Linda McKenzie, Delores Redfem, Mary Reitz, Christina Walker. Row 3-Su2anne Brooks, Sylvia Loper, Paulette Kuhn, Norma Esmond, Deborah Archie, Sharon Ramsdell, Barbara Hollar, Frances Horvath, Shirley Cooper, Sue Krueger. Row 2 Lona Miller, Christine Zmijewski, Kathy Smith, Marsha Mason, Pam Nuding, Peggy Williams, Dianne Baker, Joanne Durban, Linda Beaupry, JoAnne Delikate. Row 1-Sue Raitz, Delores Carter, Betty Joe Smith, Susan Benoit, Aretha Fench, Mattie Page, judy Kratt, Barbara Block, Noel Curtis. Row 3- Robert Horen, James Burke, Rudolph Valdes, Philip Horosewski, James Langcndorfcr, Gary McCourt, Steven Collins, Craig Breitner, Bill Mercereau. Row 2 Eric Siemens, James Jones, Howard Mikcsell, John Jones, Dave Wielgopolski, Dick Frey, Jim Mann, Ronald Hind- man, Kenneth Matney, Tom Hurley. Row 1 Bernard Nagel, Terry Fitzsimmons, Dan Witmer, Bill Krabill, Russell Hills, Charles VanKoughnet, Daniel Gribble, Richard Gerschultz, David Spaulding. jreddmen :747: Row 3 judy Meade, Kathy Nowicki, Nancy Achor, Jill Knapp, Pat Miller, Sue Watson, Sharon Hollabuugh, Marilyn Brenner, Elaine Davies, Barbara Lawson. Row 2 Ann Trauger, Janet Jackson, Pam Stewart, Sally Mason, Darlene Meisner, Mary Hill, Linda Pcndleton, Sharon Beam, Lynn EriCSon. Row 1 Sally Parker, Cheri Goedert, Brenda Tobias, Sandi Honisko, Pat Holtfreter, Carol Fcttcrs, Sandy Baker, Linda Appleby, Robin Pasch. am mmmi-mxm' EM; W V .. y ,7 y ': ,Equwgnr f' : A Row 3HAlan Schmudc, Larry Loehrkc, Mike Mulvaney, John Warren, Tom Friemark, Kermit Krueger, Walter Fench, Arthur Smith, Charles Thompson. Row 2 Howard Barry, Bill Boardman, Don Frey, James Justice, Jim Dowling, Harley Butler, Michael Cox, Dan Foote, Mike Bartko. Row 1 William Grimm, Dave McEwen, Dusty Stackhouse, Bill Gors, Greg Longbrake, Robert Easley, Leo Noel, Don Crane, john Porter. 3 P9541112", :75: Row 3-Rich21rd Brown, Garfield Heuston, Jim Schliebner, Richard Bartley, James Barker, Calvin Manning, Tom Forquer, james Fricmark, johnny Dawson. Row 2 Walter Hcer, Randy Smith, Phil Garrison, Tyrone Sturdivant, David Smith, Ron Blankenship, Melvin Browning, Jose Sifuentes, Frankie Frazier. Row 1 Bob Young, Bill Petterson, Dave Bamnski, Bob Foster, James Dec, George Hochmuth, David Orlowski, Tommie Johnson, Frank Rochowiak. Row 3 Marie Morgan, Rosie Simmons, Rita Callahan, Bobbie McGovern, Janice Jcaklc, Sharon Arnold, Rosemary Foster, Sandra Filipovich, Marilyn Riley, Georgetta Metzger. Row 2 Slmron Cofer, Linda Harcourt, JoAnn Monahan, Georgia Waganfeald, Margaret Barkhimer, Brenda Carter, Bernice Wiggins, Rose Ann Moline, Kay Ladd, Lynette Czajka. Row 1 Christine Dylewski, Judy Hille, Pat Newman, Connie Martin, Christine Falkenberg, Patricia Bollinger, Lydia Hernandez, Hilda Flores, Carol Dylewski. : z. a. ri-nu-l -w-r-II', n30-.. . NIH.- Row 31Rose Mary Lyons, Judy Tibbits, Georgia Craw ford Earlene Brown, Betty Jane Compton, Beverly Manz, Gladys Greenlee, Jacqulyn Wells, Christinne DeCius, Kathi Reynolds. Row 21Christine Zak, Patricia Cathey, Sharon Brown, Beverly Bowie, Carrie Martin, Nancy Fincske, Linda Wertz, Tina Chaney, Barbara Hendrix, Gale Garner. Row 11Roberta Howard, Ruth Collins, Diane Carrothers, Karen White, Karen Stoffcr, Mary Evans, Kathleen Warner, Joann Childress, Sue Brown. Row 31David Gressley, Louie Crippen Mike Lcnz, Alex McCrae, Jeff Stevens, Bob Peterson,Myror1 Murphy, Billy Doyle, Gary Kaczala, LeRoy Coley Row 2 Charles Deiger, Robert Rose Mickey Rupp, Adell Coley, John Shoemaker, Jeff Knight,Dona1d Jackson Jim Richter Harry Campbell. Row 11Richard Hernandez, Richard Swopc, John Passolt, John Ludeman, Jack Heckler, Craig Loehrkc, Ted Gardiner, David Williams, R011 Albright. jreaAmen :76: Who wouldn't like to have one of those cuddly little darlings which were presented at the magazine award mass meeting? Of cuursc, we mean the stuffed animals. H . L1 Row 5 Jack Flick, Dave Biglow, Vernon Stanz, Dennis Donnelly, James Schech, Mike Woods, David Gallagher, Robert Smith, James Harris. Row 2 Terry Kroggel, Kenny Ray, Jack Hasenaur, Jim Hockenberger, Patrick Ryan, John Schafer, Frank Sifuentes, William Brown, Bill Strahlcy, Kenny Tressler. Row 1 Jack Thomas, Gregg Hansen, Bob Rau, Scott Fuller, Rudy Ruiz, Don Huber, Rick Willinger, Bob Seigel, Phillip Lopez. jredAmen Row 3 James Riba, Richard Ramirez, Ronnie Saines, Tom Alley, Dave Eldredge, Jason Pickerman, Tom Talk, Doug Kilpatrick, Mike Durham, Larry Auth. Row 2-Kenneth Kopaniusz, Dick Hays, Michael Sifuentes, Gary Floyd, Dennis Martin, Jim Morse, Denny Dreps, Martin Siwajek, jamcs Ball. Row 1$Ronnie Mercer, Manuel Menclmca, Bruce Beck, Denny Guhl, James Lark, David Vorbn, Herb Thompson, Everett Williams, Bill Moskwa. ROW SwAlicc Miller, Rose Montelongo, Donna Patterson, Dorothy Bylow, Susan Moeller, Sue Driftmyer, Ruth Hays, Linda Francis, Christina Miclke, Rosetta Boone. Row 2 Louise Little, Terry Fanaff, jnnet Price, Sherrie DCCius, Diane Sandy, Cheryl Schneider, Pam Favro, Helen Mauthc, Sandra Reynolds, Yvonne Duncan. Row 1 Janet Jarzeboski, Isabel Castro, Barbara Vamey, Dianne Swiergosz, Rosalie Reynolds, Betty Peters, Sharon Rudzin- ski, Rosario Reyes, Virginia DcLaRosa. A$A M , 'lhb . .- Row 3 Deidre Leck, Joyce Kurtz, Julie Smith, Kitti Clemens, Libby Loehrke, Sharon Clarke, Daryl Kross, Lesley Har- mack, Donna Kain, Patricia Neeley. Row Z-Linda Nieswander, Cheryl Mills, Linda Mayo, Nina Eyrse, Lynn Dusseau, Linda Kohn, Laurcen Wcathcrford, Randi Knox, Linda Jirinec, Karen Emahiser. Row 1 Mnry Fries, Mitzi Reeves, Charlene Myers, Dianne Christian, Marley Morse, Eunice Glenn, Shirley Hoskins, Janice Overstteet, Linda Jaskowiak. Row 3-Gary Stevens, Nathaniel Mathews, Robert Squire, Kenneth Donnelly, Randy Harms, john Abramczyk, Bob Nickelsen, James Armstrong, Alan Colwell, Joe Garrett. Row 2 Jerry McIntosh, Levorn Martin, Doug Ruble, Robert Tribble, James Kilis, Mike Espinoza, Ronald Coleman, Bernard Stone, Doug Buettner, Ron Hudson. Row 1 Larry Banker, Danny Brown, Lawrence Heslet, Jim Sass, Joe Kirkham, Bill Pcrrin, Dick Pontious, Henry Bester, Willie Johnson. gredAmen :73: Row 5 Pat Strubbe, Julia Gambrill, Linda Lentz, Joanne Strayer, Donna Covington, Sandy Boles, Nina Wendel, Diana Moungie, Peggy Trahd, Brenda Hines. Row 2 Patricia Lenz, Donna Rost, Terrie Love, Natalie Gaisser, Shirley Gartee, Carlean Martin, JoAnne Ware, Suzzannc Swaro, Ann Collins, Carol Dembski. Row 1 Janice Bagner, Marie Goetz, Rosalind Stewart, Florence Workman, Barbara Bennett, Alice Kelley, Dawn Ed- wards, Darlene Ulery, Theresa Brown. Carolyn Davis, Donna Samson, Sylvia Goldstein, Carol Keil, Barbara Mason, Mary Mys, Sharon Montry, Tess Moshcr, Mary Hunt, Lugena Boles. Row ZEShirley Foster, Carol Earl, Alma Lay, Kathie Haberland, Judy Metzger, Vicki Keen, Patricia Sandridge, Kathleen Dcpp, Linda McCIorrine, Kathy Mocczlbee. Row '1 811ndy Dcnicola, Theresa Kunikowski, Mildred Vaughn, Mary Gifford, Mary Apple, Lynn Jackson, Karen Fromm, Nora Lou Myers, Cindy Richmond. Row 3 jredAmen :79: Row 3-Carl Ruetz, Richard Snyder, John Wallbank, Neal Mead, Don Olson, Vernon Thomas, Henry Davis, Tom Bartolett, jcrald Moon. Row 2-DeWayne Black, Shaun Scott, Terry Watson, John Todd, Ronald Spitulski, Phil Osborn, Bob Doyle, James Mathis, Frank Sherman, Randy Asendorf. Row 1 13atrick Berry, David Gaddie, Bill Forrey, James Eliason, Gary Tipton, Erie Cowson, Fred Shea, Jack Sevrence, Jeffrey Williams. Row 3 Janice Jones, Carol Denny, Beth Respress, Judy Panning, JoAn Phillips, Karen Vogelpohl, Rosetta McClellan, Lula Mae Byrd, Shirley Brown, Jacqueline Luckett. Row 2 Patricia Kelly, Annie Lee Collins, Margaret Moran, Shirley Smith, Lannaire Amos, Cynthia Hasselschwert, Doreen Lindhorst, Ellen Lewis, Treva Syph, Roxie Moore. Row 1 Marie Yunker, Cindy Krucgcr, Linda Rice, Sue Toth, Pat Holst, Sue Blaszczyk, Charlene Veler, Carol Beasley, Dorothy jones. Row 3 Nancy Rossvanes, Janice Slicker, Marsha Loucks, Mary Lou Reifert, Jean ONeil, Betty Krusc, Karen Snyder, Jche Brumhld, Connie Perz, Sandra Rausch. Row 2 Kathy Siders, Kay Jollcy, Linda Ankney, Patricia Oikle, Anna May Edwards, Sharon Smith, Linda Palmerton, Sharon Tressler, Donnetta Trainer, Barbara Harrison. Row 1 Rita Valdes, Beverly Earle, Chyrl Franklin, Holley Steam, Vicky Vallade, Sharon Dickerson, Fannie Henderson, Pam Furman, Barbara Lennon. Row 3 James McNeely, Ronald Parsells, Frank Kinder, Ronald Webster, John Calgie, Carl Clark, Wilbur Rippcy, Alfred Hutchinson, LeRoy Scott, John Markland. Row 2 Dave Liebnau, Don Swearingen, Jerry Noss, George Schuchman, Jim Gutting, Thomas Zitzelbcrger, David Drescher, Fran Schlagheck, Joe Ruiz, Charles Daniel. Row 1-Victor Escobar, Robert Turtle, Ed Easterly, Ronald Forney, Torn Eubank, Walter Ralph, Paul Sochacki, Joseph Pruss, Tom Baker. 319647119", :80: Row 3 Delphine DeStazio, Carolyn Austin, Linda Meyers,Susie Gantz, Karen Kiss, Mildred Jones, Cheryl Barhitc, Naomi McDonald, Jean Abernathy, Judi Dismuke. Row 2 Karen Miller, LeeAnne Brown, Jan Stripling, Marilyn Wibberley, Jeanette Harlow, Cheri Langenderfer, Rosemay Taylor, Jenny Brown, Cynthia Erskine, Judy Webster. Row 1 Jean Keel, Carolyn Monhollen, Karen Leiter, Rosemary Smith, Pat Jackson, Irene Brown, Sandi Burner, Nancy Dress, Ruth Harding. 3:: 1 . .3 JV , -- - J ' 4,; .F 1 f i v N m? - x:- G a , Intense concentration is evident on the faces of the students in Mr. Shim's drafting class. gredAmen :81: Row 3-Nancy Strabley, Phyllis Jones, Janet Kasch, Sue Duffeck, Linda Loos, Linda McNutt, Marianne Mugler, Pat Bringman, Kathy Biniker. Row 2-Chcri Riffner, Martha Stephens, Linda Prentice, Cheryl Stieben, Cathy Lampkowski, Sandra Kuhn, Lynne Ku- biak, Lois Radde, Linda Kolmnski. Row 1 Pnt Kajfasz, Sharon Davis, Cindy Sloan, Joellen Gennings, Elaine Rode, Diane Jankowski, Gloria Foumier, Judith Stine, Kay Sherriff. Row 3-Dave Dobrzynski, Gary Ellinger, Frank Marohn, Charles Suter, Jim Mercurio, Vincent Sowinski, Richard Black, Roger Schneider, William Holdsworth, Kenneth Czerwinski. Row Z-John Lockett, Ray Haase, Neal Warner, james Luginbuhl, Phil Fetzer, Charles Harrison, Charles Delker, Cecil Smith, Arthur Hart, Terry McClain. Row 1 Jay Hoffman, Bob Palka, Brian Taylor, Roy Swanson, Melvin Petot, Jim MacAllister, John Prysiazny, Robbie Barnes, James McElya. f 5- E -.. W Row S-Gary Duncan, Jeff Switzer, Phil Morse, Alex Liwo, Frank Michaels, Jerry Foster, Richard Foster, Jim Markwood, Leonard Cousino, James Cook. Row 2 Bernard Huntebrinker, Torn Davies, Ray Orlowski, Mike Paszcykowski, Bobby Smith, Mike Schlapman, Terry Minnick, Rick Knapp, Sam Mitchell. Row 1 Lowell Ammon, William Richardson, Tom Rauschart, Ken McCown, Jack Case, Richard Duryea, Ed Morrow, Larry Houston, Michael Price, Terry Lincoln. Row 3 Sandra Perry, Sharon Tappen, Brenda Pearson, Ann Gill, Carol Clapp, Gloria Nerlich, Glacie Chandler, Karen Hochmuth, Saundra Pelker, Judy Karchner. Row 2 Connie Roundell, Ronita Graves, Christine Duffey, Nanca Kroos, Geraldine Griffin, Evelyn Green, Diana Francis, Beth Needles, Judy Mason, Karen Dunson. Row 1 Ei1een Vinson, Sandra Barney, Frances Bacon, Eunice Plunder, Sally Blackshear, Betty Harrison, Renee Rand, Elizabeth Horn, Le-Ann Rader, jredAmen :82: Row 3 Randy Barnes, Tom Strasbourg, David Glauser, O,Nei1 Tate, Guy Hadley, Arclouis Turner, Johnny Dnrrington, Jesse Wormely, Don Hensley, Daryl Hirth. Row 2 David Ostman, Lindsey Hanks, William Meyer, jim Harriger, Bob Reinbolt, Thomas Tiggs, Fred Sutton, Robert Howard, Johnny Washington, Jack Walters. Row 1-Gary Thetford, Terry Waldron, David Lane, Stanley Lewandowski, Pat Garver, Joe Rosiak, Arthur Valentine, Richard Busson, Jim Glover. ,' - 1' ,. - Emmy . . Row 3 Linda Campbell, Nancy Markley, Frances Popek, Bonnie Schmieder, June Hensley, Sandra Machcinski, Jane Mann, Lois Burgess, Linda Falkenberg, Judy Reiter. ' Row 2 Kathy Pfeifer, Camille Piasecki, Diane Larsen, Judy Hitchner, Freda Bellis, Linda Blackford, Donna. Truchan, Dolores Insenga, Georgia Trumbull, Marietta Brown. Row l-Sandi Iler, Eleanor Branford, Joyce Dominiak, Sharon Binegar, Cathy Jeziorowski, Margie Marciniak, Nora Radtke, Eloise Mendez, Pat Kulczak. gredAmen :83: Row S-Michuel Potter, Todd Dickens, Rod Gable, Robert Russell, Paul Chambers, Gary Knepper, Andrew Bagrowski, Norman Johnson, Nick Galambos, Michael Fuehr. Row 2 Brent Taylor, Willie Coley, Frank Smith, Mike Monahan, John Nicholas, Russell Glaze, Kenneth Durham, Don Burbacher, Lee Gamer. Row IHPaul Frank, Jeffery MCVicker, William Nichols, Richard Ludwig, Greg Ball, James Schnetzler, George Haag, Kenneth Shomody, David Case. Row 3-Sharon Bliss, Patti Geicr, Karen Balsmeyer, Kay Braun. Peggy O'Neil, Margaret Dills, Linda Davison, Royine Campbell, Barb Pockmire. Row 2wMildred Purefoy, Nadine Fields, Sharon Mercer, Sharon Stipes, Luann French, Rebecca Wachter, Gloria Maxwell, Elizabeth Hicks, Judy Dauer, Shirley Champion. Row 1 Rosemary Barkhimcr, Cindy Ensley, Gloria KastenJudith Hamilton, Eloise Blount, Alice Sanchez, Sheila Hier, Linda Kazmaier, Marlene Kutz. asLL-xxxamaa .9nalex Student Council ...... Page 87 Publications ......... Page 88 Literary Societies ...... Page 90 Study Clubs ....... Page 95 Service Clubs ....... Page 106 62 '42:, TO THE sil- i Y W R U T A M L m C O s O T V. E K .7 hfgggazuc The queen and her court are honored by a musical salute from the In the inner circle are featured Sandy Keim, our queen, Libbey band at the Thanksgiving game. and Sam Hazard, our fnmball cn-czlptain. Blue and gold shakers symbolize the loyalty of Everybody loves a parade led by Lihhey's attractive and spirited nmjnrcttes. Libbey's lively cheerleaders. Our intellectual valedicmrians, Tom Williams and A difhcult tzisk faced the student body as they chose our queen Glenn Thompson, gaze upon new worlds to cnnqucrh from a dozen charming candidates. Mary Dierkshcide, Dam Hunt, john W'illiams, Roger Newman, Sam Hazard, Miss Haney, Sandy Keim, Jim Ellinger, Larainc Greunke, Diane Cherry. .SDhuIenf Counci! Our Student Council is indeed one of the major ports of learning found in Libbey High School. Because of their outstanding personal traits and honorable posi- tion, the members of this organization are among our most respected students who serve as a "guiding light" to keep high the standards of Libbey. Most memorable of the activities sponsored by the Student Council were the election of our queen and the home-coming ceremonies. Again this diligent gmup sponsored a very successful magazine drive, a clean-up campaign, the Teens Against Polio drive, and the sportsmanship contest. Much credit also goes to the understanding advisers, Mr. Loy Rusic and Miss Shirley Haney, for their guid- ance and direction through another year. Truly our Student Council is one of the ports of learning at which we have received training for the future. Senior Representatives Sandy Keim Sam Hazard Jim Ellinger Lamine Greunke Junior Representatives Dan Hunt Gretchen Bruggeman Mary Dierksheide Roger Newman Sophomore Representatives John Williams Diane Cherry STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Sam Hazard, pres.; Sandy Keim, secy.-treas.; John Williams, sgt.-at-arms; Roger Newman, vice pres. Row BeeMr. Martin, Bill Henrion, Kathe Schultz, Julia Kroos, Bob Clifford, Terry Teopas, David Gauss, Bob Sterling, Mr. Rusic. Row Z-Miss Osborn, Jennifer Huff, Carol Meyer, Kathy Oberwegner, Marcia Kramp, Carol Melz, Heather l-quelwood, Mrs. Miller. Row l-Jeanette Miller, Sally Vanderwulp, Suzanne Teopas, Betsey Spuulding, Darlene Rothlisberger, Sally Slottcrheck, Judy Kelly. Ealefzan Sally Slotterbeck, Bob Sterling, Terry Teopas, Kathe Schultz, Carol Metz. The 1962 Edelimz staff, under the direction of Mrs. Miller, Mr. Martin, and their assistant Miss Osborn, has attempted to preserve within the covers of this book many golden memories of the activities, social events, and athletic meets which are so much :1 part of Libbey. From the first draft to the hnal publication, the clutter of typewriters has echoed throughout the Classroom, names and pictures have been identified, advertisements have been solicited, pages have been arranged, and galleys have been checked. It is with great pleasure that the stuff presents this, the 1962 Ezlelimr, with the hope that it will remain an appropriate memento of our ,61,-,62 voyage and Will portray the significant relationship of Toletla, Key lo llyc Sm mzd Libbey, Key to Ike Fltlllre. EDEIJAN STAFF Co-Editors ........................................ Bob Sterling, Kathe Schultz Faculty ........................................ Julia Kmns, Kathy Obcrwegncr Seniors ......................................... Sally Vanderwulp, Judy Kelly Underclassmen .............................................. Sally Slotterbeck Activities ............................. Marcia Kramp, Carol Metz, Carol Moyer Athletics ...................................................... Bob Clifford Advertising ............................... Heather Hazelwoud, Betsey Spnulding Circulation .................................................... Terry Teopas Rnw 3hGluryn Jnhnson. Christine Conant. jim McAulcy, Jerry McColough, Duane Fisher, Gwcnn Walbolt. Rmv 2thu Cartwright, Camel Fclkcr, Carolyn Kramer, Mrs. Hartley, Penny Pendleton, Tina Wallbank, Lunna Boyd. Row IhVBm'hum D4150, Grctchcn Bruggcnmn, Carol Georgia, Karen Britcnbaker, Mary Dictksheidc, Bzu'b Vogtsberger. Keeping the school well informed concerning the monthly Club activities, scholastic honors, athletic contests, and general school news has been the vital service performed by our capable Cryxml staff. As the reporters strive to meet the monthly deadline, typewriters hum busily, photographers Stamper about, and staff members write and rewrite articles as they try to devise a clever way to present their news to the student body. Again this year the Crlenl staff, under the guidance of Mrs. Hartley, has at- tained its purpose of interpreting and recording in an interesting fashion 2111 aspects of school life. In addition to providing full coverage of all social and athletic activities, they have publicized the many scholastic laurcls attained by students at Libbey. Editor .................................................... Jerry McCoIough Page Editors ............................ One, Tina W'allhank and Carzel Felkcr Two, Gwenn Walbolt Three, Linda Althouse Four. Jim McAulcy Business and zhh'crlising ................ Burharu Vogtsherger and Carolyn Kramer Reporters .................... Karen Britcnbukcr, Put Cartwright, Gloryn Johnson, Lnnnu Boyd, Chris Conant, Gretchen Bruggenmn, Barbara Daso. Mary Dicrksheidc, Carol Georgia, Mary Patten, Mary Pendleton Photographer .................................................. Duane Fisher Adviser ................................................. Mrs. Betty Hartley Clydfaf Row Zhjim McAuIey, Jerry McColough, Carzel Felker, Linda Althnuse. Row 1-Tina Wlallbank, Gwcnn Wlalbolt, Barb Vogtsbcrgcr. Row BeMimi Smith, Marilyn Fink, Candace Gran, Karen Ewen, Sue Stine, Guy Robinson, Jill Bridenhaugh. Jenny Lea, Diane Cherry, Lintlu Overhnlt. Row Zeszrol Georgia, Nancy Irwin. Debbie Niekmnz, Sherryl McGovern. Mrs. Bockey, Nancy Waterman, Mary Schwnnitz, jackie Veith, Trygve Anderson Row 1--judy Niekranz, Carol Keefer, Bobbi Robinson, Becky Carder, Karen Wiczynski, Ginger Wetzel, Carol Mickens, Carolyn Vogel. Row SeCaml Lentz, Sandy Keim. Carol Monahnn, Linda Creech, Nancy Frisch, Kathe Schultz. Connie MCann, Judy McDonald, Karen Gelding. Row Zejudy Irwin, Terry Marvin, Sully Slotterbeck, Sully Vanderwulp, Mrs. Mericle, Put Cartwright, Alison Burlingame, Linda Allhouse. Nancy Getst. Row leLynn Shcrrick, Marilyn Vogel, Nadine Pacholski, Eileen Jones, Mary Burge, Marcia Bittikofer, Judy Kelly. eric ean caterary .Shciely Nadine Pacholski, chaplain; Judy McDonald, corr. secy.; Eileen Jones, treas.; Linda Cteech, pres.; Linda Althouse, rec. secy.; Sandy Keim, vice pres.; Nancy Gerst, censor. Those lively girls, known as the Peries. once again bright- ened the halls of Libbey as they carried out their motto Semmlm lelli, "Second to None." This charming group of girls, in their vivid blue jumpers and white blouses, en- deavored to discover and encourage original talent, to pro- mote good leadership, and to create enthusiasm for scholar- ship, Under the direction of Mrs. Mericle and Mrs. Bockey, the Peries engaged in many worthwhile activities including the presentation of a Christmas basket to a needy family. In addition, the club helped sponsor the Tri-Lit Roast, the Iz'zlelizm dance, and the annual pizza dinner. The activities of the year were brought to a Close by the spring banquet and the annual Tri-Lit Dance. Another bridge to success was crossed as the Phils concluded their busy year. Under the guidance of their advisers, Miss Loerhke and Miss Ebncr, the Phils served Libbey by con- ducting the Christmas worship service. by filling three Christmas baskets, by serving as hostesses at the first teach- erst meeting, and by presenting the football team with cider and doughnuts. To raise funds for a variety of service proj- ects and for the annual scholarship, the Phils held :1 bake sale, ran the concession stand during the senior play, and sponsored the sale of pencils and football tags. For social events the Phils began on a serious note with the induction of new members and ended festively with the spring ban- quet and Tri-Lit dance held at the Secor Hotel. Row 3 Mary Dierksheide. Carol Balk, rec. secy.; Laraine Greunke, vice pres.; Lynne Harmack, cotr. secy.; Fran Rogge, jt. censor. Carol Metz, chaplain; Carol Mayer, sgt.-nt-m'ms; Marcia Ktamp, pres.; Tina Wallbank, 51'. censor; Karen XWollen- weber, treats. pAifalgthian oliferary Society Carol Mctz, Cumlyn Kramer. Christine Conant Barbara HaWkinS, Cheryl Fable, Martha Keller, Martha Bierley, Donna Vanderlip, Marcia Kramp. Rnw 2---Cuml Bulk, Karen Wollenweber, Tina thbeank, Carol Moyer, Joan .letecki, Gail Prickett, Jackie Galvin, Sandy Trout, Sharon Tubbs. Row 1-Cookie Pund, Lnraine Greunke, Gretchen Bruggemant judy Hahn, Cheryl W'eed, Kathie Bivens, Barbara Dreyer, Judy Palka, Lynne Hurmack. Row 3-Suzzmne W'endt. Sue Shock, Linda Baldinger, Carol Bartell, Jeanne Rndke, Carole King, Carol Westfall. Mary Durell. Nancy McIntire. Row ZeSue Blackmore, Carolyn Kohringt Linda Mcrzke, Carol Delamater, Lee Ann Shunk, Elaine Eisemann, Carol Greunke, Carol Leitner, Joyce Wfales. Row lelh'nn Rogge. Sandra Puget Cindy Mauk, Sue Lcntz, Jill Bentley, Marsha Moan, Sue Roach. Karen Newman. Once again the "Zesty Zetsh, in red and blue plaid knee tickler skirts, fulfilled with cheerful eagerness their motto, Niki! Jim? Lahore. Starting their many activities in the autumn, the Zets participated in the Tri-Lit Roast. During the football season, they co-sponsored the DeVilbiss mass meeting and also presented the football team with a bushel of apples. For the second year, this organization adopted a cottage of little boys at the Miami Childrerfs Home. To help further the Libbey tradition of wearing school colors on the day of an athletic contest, the Zets sold blue and gold shoe laces. Under the capable leadership of Mrs. Jean Hunsaker, the Zets climaxed their successful year with the spring banquet and the Tri-Lit dance. Barb Vogtsberger, corr. secy.; Cindy Covington, rec. secy.; Ruth Oms, chaplain; Jean Kelsey, treas.; Carzel Felker, pres.: Barb Schultz, jr. censor; Marsha Dodds, vice pres.; Suc- l-Izmnnford, historian; Glm'va Johnson, sgt.-at-urms. ZefafafAean ogterary Society Row SeKaren Britenbaker, Glorya Johnson, Barbara Schultz, Sue Hannaford, Karen Roberts, Mary Beth Crookes, Julia Kmus, Ruth Oms, Jeanne Van Camp. Row ZeBonnie Julius, Jean Kelsey, Cindy Covington, Kathy Oberwegner, Mrs, Hunsaker, Marsha Dodds, Catzel Felker, Lana Bigelow. Cheryl Shelton. Row IeSharon Poole, Sue Holst, Margaret Backus, Sally Foumier, Karen McClure, Joan Jeffery, Jeanne Cook, Barb Vogtsberger, Jill Hazelbnker. Row 3-Anne Moore, Lanna Boyd, Jean Eggertt Mary Patten, Kathy McAuley, Liz Smith, Jane Stover, Kay Crosson, Penny Pendletnn. Row ZeKathy Secrest, Ethel Freeman, Sue Temple. Jackie Drager, Mrs. Hunsaker, Barbara Facey, Pat Jezlkle, Nancy Krueger, Barbara Ernst. Row 1-Joy Hazelbuker, Sue Dow, Susan Schick, Nancy Eckel, Jessie Sisson, Geri Eubank, Barbara Dasu, Ginny Ernst, Michele Smith. Row 3 wTum Van Tassel, Will Thunnsiu, Dave Holmes, Gary Schultz, Jerry McColough, Sam Hazard. Gene Poston, Ronnie Kovacs. Row Zejim Smith, john Kmnmem, Bill Clevenger, Mr. Hilles, Tom Roush, Bob Ott. Bill Schwanitzi Row IsDouglas Antolini. JJImCS chrence, Denny Davies, Bah Sterling, Rick Dukes, Dave Kandik, Bill Schmid. Row SeRoger Newman, Larry Stiles, Steve Oberle, Dick Hayden, Roy Eulberg, Dick VnnDrew, Bill Husum, Malin Wagner. Row Z-XWestim Moran, Dennis Crosson, Dave Maxon, Russ Clevenger, Mr. Hilles, Alton Neal, Dan Momsen, Bob Wachter, John Morrisun. Row 1-Rngcr Speelmam, Dick Fox, John Barber, Tom Oberle, John Wiilliamsfred Antolini, Tim Duffey. The purpose of the Forum is to benefit Libbey by promoting good citizenship, leadership, and service. Keeping these objectives ever before them. the Forum-men had a year of unparalleled success under their new co-advisers, Mr. Schlievert and Mr. Hilles. At the monthly meetings promis nent men in our community fostered interest in their own particular field of specialization by relating pertinent infor- mation to the members. The spaghetti dinner, which every- one always enjoys, was once again sponsored by this society. Other activities engaged in this year were the Bi-Lit dance and a basketball game. Considering all that this club has undertaken and completed, the Forum members will always look back upon this year with pride and satisfaction. 301mm eaten"? .Syocietg Sam Hazard, vice pres; Bob Sterling, pres; Rick Dukes, chaplain; Jim Sevrence, secy.; Bill Schmid, treats. Ruw SeJOhn Fink, Mike Warren, Guy Denny, Bob Clifford, Jim hIcAuley, Ron Wickert, Dean Dashner, John Cook, Fred Atkins, Mike Wtillingex', Dick Bernath. Row ZeGury Gratop, Jim Ellinger, Tom Schwab, Dick Rennhack, Mike Lewinski, Mzu'v mel, Mr. Miley, Roy Hernandez, Dave Perry, Bill Brown, Bruce Robinson. Row 1:1.0uie Colvin, Joe Russell, Charles Johnson, Denny Watkins, Terry Carney, Mr. Gilmore, Bill Duty, William Moll, Joe Pierce, Jerry Dukes, Dwight Ostetud. Row 3eMike Timiney, Bradford May, Ron Vogelpohl, Jack Duty, Randy Hudson, Dzm Hunt, Tom DeViney, Rick Huffman, Harold Pauly, Rick VUance, Charlie Rogers. Row 2--Mike Maguire, Mike Kachenmeistet, Don Wyper, Bill Mazur. John Rosiak, Gary Fineske, Mr. Miley, Roger Bull, Andy Purse, Dave Zimmern'mn, Gary Yunker, Michael Somerville Row leBob Wteher, John Rowe, Bill Bunting, Tom Steusloff, Bob Burkey, Jeff Loss, Mt. Gilmore, Doug Schrodet, Phil Harrison, Bill Reagan, Gary Emch; Mike McGnrity. Quiffancl :bagger ogterary Society Unlocking the doors to service, education, and fellowship was the aim of the members of the QDXS. Those high- spirited fellows in the orange sweaters exhibited a will-to- serve, the desire to promote leadership, and the determina- tion to uphold their motto: E Plln'ibm Umrm, "One from Many." Demonstrating the spirit of Christmas, they gave a basket to 21 needy family of the city. To boost the loyalty of all Libbeyites, the Q.D.'s sold hats before the Waite foot- ball game and distributed blue and gold cowboy decals. Among their social events were a spring roast and a dinner honoring the seniors. Under the leadership of Mr. Miley JOhn Fink, Vice Pms'; Mike an'reny P1165", Bruce quinson, and Mr. Gilmore, the Quill and Dagger Literary Society secy.; Jim Ellinger, treas.; Mlkf: Wlllmger, chaplam; Joe h .- Russell, sgt.-at-arms. had a succesaful and profitable year. Beginning the year with 21 tour of the Enrico Fermi Atomic Power Plant near Monroe, Mithigan, members of the AI- chemist Society were given a first-hand look at the recent achievements of science. The club's aim, "to stimulate the students' interest in science," was vigorously carried out :15 the group heard talks by prominent men of science and toured various Toledo industries, such as the Libbey Glass Company. As momy-enming,y projects, the members spout sored 21 bake sale, :1 candy sale at Easter, and a sock hop. Activities conducted purely for fun included :1 Christmas party and a picnic in the spring. Under the capable guid- ance of Mr. Buechler and Mr. Blinn, the Alchemist Society completed its second successful year and definitely proved itself to he a "group with :1 future." Pete Key. sgt.-'1t-auns; Gary Franks, vice pres; Glenn Thompson. pres.; Jerry McColough, chaplain; Heather Hazelwood, secy.-treas. jAAemidf .Syociefy Row SeMary Beth Crookes, Juhn Butler, Pete Key. Jerry McColough. Ron Wickert. Gene Wodrich, Danny Barnes, Judy Hath Row ZHBOb Wuchtcn Dennis Crosson. Tom Schwab. Gary Franks, Mr. Blinn, Lnrrv Sayre, Ray Feiock, Ralph Campbell. Jeff Johnson. Row l-Mnrgnret Backus, Dianne lelin, Connie Dunsworth, joan B'sztecki, Barbara Schulz. Florence White, Jean Hopkins, Joan Doneghy. Row 3eBetscy Spaulding, Doug Smith, Bruce Borgelt. John Collins. Carol Nowak, Stephen Durkett, Glenn Thompson, Terry Kilpatrick, Scott Dill, SchultL Row ZeLynnc Hurmack, Joyce Hockmuth, Gwcnn Wlallbolt, Arthur Stark, Larry Riopelle, Mr. Blinn, Michael Farmer, Rudy Sattler, Heather Hazelwood, Homnck. Row 1 Pat Clark, Mary Beckmun, Judy Dietsch. Tam Stemmermnnn, Sandra Patterson, Patricia Mitchell, Jessie Sisson. Sue Cook. Cindy Mauk, trens.; Marsha Bittikofer, chaplain; Althea Jaffee, pres.; Jean Hopkins, sgt.-at-arms; Gretchen Brugge- man, vice pi'es.; Sue Holst, Curr. secy.; Penny Pendleton, rec. secy. 08a J4fianza afloanofa Row Belinda Creech, Sue Dolby, Kathy Fic. Robert Schaefer, Walter Ginther, Jerry Runkle, Jean Hopkins, Glorya Johnson, Crisceldn Reyes. Row 2 By conducting their monthly meetings in Spanish, the mem- bers of the La Alimzza Expmmln gained practical experience in the use of Spanish. For the third consecutive year the club continued to promote interest in the language and customs of our Spanish speaking neighbors. In the pursuit of their laudable aim of understanding people of Spanish Culture, they observed Pan-Americnn Day and corresponded with students of the South American countries. The usual joyous Yuletide spirit was evident as they celebrated Christmas at a festive party which featured Spanish food and Spanish- Americzm Christmas customs. Guiding this vivacious group in attaining their motto of Adelzmlc. Siempre Adelzmle, "Onward, Always Onward? were their capable advisers, Miss Leitner and Mrs. Schering. Sally Fournier, Carol Georgia. Cindy Mauk, Penny Pendleton, Mrs. Shering, Althea Jnffee, Judy McDonald, Cindy Covingtnn. Edna Jones. Row IeCookie Pund, Sue Holst, Lana Bigelow, Barbara Ernst, Dianne Schnell, Sue Schroeder, Gretchen Bruggeman, Murcia Bittikofer. Sue Cooki Row SeKaren Wollenweber, Joyce Kurtz. Jeanne Radke, Nancy Reiter, Martha Bierley, Karen Vugelpohl, Sherry Robertson, Kathy Obcrwegner, Linda Francis. Row ZeMary Rodriquez, Dianne Balin, Rebecca Wachter, Alison Burlingame, Miss Leitner, Linda Case, Linda Kohn, Sue Duffeck, Carolyn Davis. Row 1eMarilyn Parish, Lamine Greunke, Kathy Pfeifer, Terry Marvin, Mary Beckmam Carol Greunke, Lynda Stephens, joyce Wales, Paula Starks. :96: Row 3---Janc Roberts, Carol Ciapp, Cunnic Dunsworlh, Sue Watson, Joyce Waters, Carol Nowak, Liz Smith. Patsy Clapp. Row ZHJEIDCK jucksnn, Bernard Quinnt Gem: Posttm, Rosemary Foster, Sum Dedes, Ann Trauger, Sherryl McGoverni Row lMSusun Ronfcldt, Cm'ul Fetters, Linda Mayo, Mrs. Sebold, Karen Britenbaker, Karen Kutschat, Kathy Nowicki. Row SaSlmmn Gray, Mary Beth Crookes, Libby Loehrkc, Fritz Kuebbeler, Martha Bierley, Kathy McAuley, Judy Thomas. Row ZmRnndi Knox, Deidre Lcck, Gnyncll Robinson. Mrs. Sebold, Sue Hannaford, Jill Knapp, Kathy Secrest. Row l-Bnb chgnmlt. jim Druckemillcr, Margaret Backus, Vicky Vallade, Phyllis Stanton, Cheryl Stieben, Pat Bringman. By cheerfully contributing both time and talent, members of the Utamara Art Society helped promote the appreciation of art at Libbey. Throughout the entire year, schoolmates and visitors viewed the results of the students' artistic ef- forts in all the hallways of our school. This ambitious and talented group decorated the gym for the Cowboy Roundup and kept the goal posts attractively trimmed with blue and gold for Libbcyis home football games. These artists willi ingly offered to share their talents with other clubs by mak- ing posters for all who desired them. To earn money, tags were sold and 21 bake sale was held. Under the able guid- ance of Mrs. Sebold and Mrs. Wanker, the Utamam Art Society completed the third year of activities since its re- organization. Mamara .x4rt .Sjociefy Mary Husom, vice pres.; Connie Dunsworth, secy.; Joyce Walters, pres.; Sharon Gray, sgt.-at-arms; Margaret Backus, treas. Row 3--Frances Lipke, Nancy Palmer, Sharon Goldstein, Sandy Jones, Dian: Hubbard. Beverly Williams, Linda Wnllington, Leslie Davis, Barbara Dowling. Donna Knvacs. Row ZeCurol Knapp, Karen Kurschat, Mary Kennedy, Sue Juynes, Mrs. Wanker, Mr. Needles, Cheryl Harbert, Sharon leckenbush, Linda Mcrzkc, Sharon Ellwund. Row l-Margaret Buehrer, Ruthanne Starkloff, Nancy Irwin, Kay Holdren, Sandy Butterfield, Darlene Pontious, Susan Ronfeldt, Penni Englert. Row SePat O'Neil, Donna Stevens, JuAnne Reehl, Chris Zaburowski, judy Oestrcich, Helen Popp, Beverly Haase, Barbara Patton, Geraldine Mancini, Jackie Kline. Row 2eJOAnne Randall, Laura Schliehner, Sandy Frick, Sue Temple, Miss Haney. Joyce Fuchs, Nancy Krueger, Sharon Tubbs, Peggy Schwunitz. Donna Gmch. Row leM-argie Bradford, Carol Mickens, Peggi Jenne, Ruth Ewing, Mrs. Flatz. Ethel Freeman, Sharon Davenport, Barb Ernst, Cheryl Dicken, Frnnnic Keefer. 3131A F.B.L.A. OFFICERS Nadine Pacholski ................... President Sharon Tubbs ............. First Vice President Roberta Robinson . t . . . . . .Secnnd Vice President Yvonne Rnsebmck .................. Secretary Cunnic Cook ...................... Treasurer Barbara Dreyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . thtt-nt-Arms .loAnne Randall ..................... Reporter Dian Short ................. Sr. Representative Sue Rondfelt ................ Jr. Representative Once again the Future Business Leaders of America concluded 21 success- ful year by having adhered to their purpose, "to promote a better under- standing of business." As always they strove to Obtain a fuller knowl- edge of commerce and a closer look at industry by inviting guest speak- ers to inform them about the many different phases of business. How- ever, this club is not just a study club, for its members take part in many social activities and service projects, too. Under the competent guidance of their advisers, the outstanding leaders of Libbeyts business depart- ment, the members of the F.B.I..A. presented Christmas boxes of food and toys to needy families and held a Christmas party. On B.I.E. day our important visitors were welcomed by the smiles of the charming girls from the F.B.IL.A., who acted as guides. During Open House, this club's booth provided many of the parents with de- licious refreshments 0f cider and doughnuts. In addition, these busi- ness leaders again scrvcd our school by being hostesses at a tea precedh ing the monthly teachers' meeting. QbxQ-mum? 5K MEMBER a r: UTURE B USINESS L EADERS As usual the club held moncy-muking projects besides their many so- cial activities. Two bake sales, :1 potato chip sale, and a candy sale served to augment the treasury. Selling programs at basketball games was un- othcr profitable prolcct. or In the sprinzgy the annual banquet was held at which the othcers and A MERICA advisers were honored. Other highlights of the your were the state and national conventions which were attended by selected members of the organization. b 3.13.3154. Row S-Mury Burgc, Marilyn Fink, Karen Tholl, Sharon Cue, Sandy Brumfield, Kathleen Weilant, Jeanne Scott, Barbara Dreyer, Sandy Keim, Mary Schwanitzh Row ?.WCuml Bulk, Barbara W7iczynski. Nadine Puclmlski, Mrs. Moody, Mr. Good, Yvonne Rosebmck, Ruthnnn Wollenschlager, Edith Nickey, Judy Gigandet, Sandy Carlson. Row l-Lennm Buscr. Bwbhi Robinson, Patti Welkcr, Susan Heslet, Helga Skentrowicz, Carol Siler, Dian Short, Evie King. A rainy, muddy Thanksgiving certainly didn't discourage this band of courageous majorettes. Looking through the keyhole to the future, a group of am- bitious young girls and boys caught a glimpse of the numer- ous events to follow in their careers as teachers. The associn. tion responsible for this preview of the teaching profession is the F.T.A..-the Future Teachers of America. Through such projects as talks by members of the Libbey faculty, college visitations, and the distribution of information on teaching, these students gained a better understanding of their future career. F.T.A. OFFICERS Cookie Pund, Fran Bobrosl-zi, Mary Beth Crookes, Kathe Schultz, Betsey Spaulding, Sally Vanderwulp. 33A Row BeSue Blackmore, Pat Cartwright, Jane Stover, Christine Conant, Liz Smith, Karen Roberts, Nancy Frisch, Sue Stine, Cheryl Weed, Carol Mayer. Row ZeElaine Eisemann, Jean Kelsey, Sue Lentz, Carol Leitner, Mrs. Hall, Jeanne Boardman, Kay Glenn, Norma Broedow, Sherrianne Foster. Row 1 Barbara D2150, Colette Blair, Anne Moore, Micky Milde, Carolyn Vogel, Heather Blanks, Sharon Hurbert, Marilyn Vngel, Carol Mickens. Row SeKathe Schultz, Kathy Fic, Julia Kroos, Martha Bierleyt Sue Spicer, Maxine Porter, Mary Beth Crookes, Jean Hopkinst Sue Dolby. Row ZeSally Vanderwulp, Betsey Spnulding, Cindy Covington, Marcia Kmmp, Mr. Hower, Suc- Hannaford, Linda Creech, Kathy Oherwegner, Carol Greunkc, Edna Jones. Row le-Betsy Hill, Sue Cook, Laraine Greunke, Nancy Eckel, Dianne Schnell, Gretchen Bruggeman, Sue Holst, Gloria Pund. Marcia Bittikofer. :loo: hi; ,1 -. V 'itxgen 7 Row 3el3everly Hunt. Sharon Barton, Michael Farmer. Ralph Campbell, Julie Schmidt, Willa Mae Mason, Joan Matecki, Arlene Dutridge, Judy Gray. Row Z-Vcrdell Buccus, Judy Dictsch, Tum Stemmermann, Helen Hornnck, Mr. Martin, Joan Jeffery, Gwenn Walbolt, Pat Jamsi, Carla Haynes. Row lefionita Henck, Barb Vogtsberger. Joan Doneghy, Sharon Burns, Sandra Patterson, Eileen Jones, Patricia Mitchell, Fran Bobroski, Sandy Page. The Student Cuuncil helps to coiirdinate the activities of all the various Clubs. Shown with Miss Haney, their adviser, the Student Council officers are Sam Hazard, Sandy Keim, Roger Newman, and John Williams. 3.34. At the annual Libbey Open House visitors were courteously guided from room to room by members of the group. Throughom the year, members of the F.T.A. assisted in T F.T.A. OFFICERS the classroom during the absence of a teacher. Under the V Kathe Schultz ...................... President sponsorship of Mrs. Hall and Mr. Hower, all members ac- . . . , . , Cookie Pund .................. Vice President twely partlapated m selling book covers 1n order to supple- ment the organization's scholarship fund for qualified Mary Beth Crookes eeeeeeeeeeee Secretary seniors. Concluding :1 successful year, the group held :1 Sally Vanderwulp .................. Treasurer spring banquet at which ofhcers for the past term were Betsey Spaulding ................... Chaplain honored. Fran Bobroski ............. Refresh. Chairman Row 3-Susan Schick, Judy Weder, Pat Flint, Suzanne Tenpas, Joyce Hochmuth, Amanda Glenn. Mary Ellen Dudderzm, Carol Delzunuter. Row ZeSandm Zacharias, Kathy Stanley, Karen Smith, Mrs. Tanner, janet Kovacs, Sharon Lundy, Ann Kerschbaum, Gayle SChUUHUVCI'. Row 1-Opal Lawson, Sharon Wittich, Jeanne Cook, Sally Slotterbeck, Cheryl Bondy, Darlyn Curr, Pat Clark. Row 3-Heather Huzelwood, Pat Jeakle, Sharon Market, Kathleen Furry, Pam Taylor, Florence White, Carol Monzlhan, Judy Hahn. Row Z-Mary Ellen Butler, Jennifer Huff, Mary Beckman. Joan Williams, Mrs, Talnnei: Charlotte Hyre. Dianne Bulin, Ellen Steiner. Row l-Leanna Sumrow, Rosemary Getschultz, Sandra Franklin, Kathy Veith, Geri Eubank, Mary Dierksheide, Terry Marvin. Kathy Veith, chaplain; judy Hahn, vice pres.; Terry Marvin, treas.; Gayle Schoonover. secy.; Rosemary Gerschultz. pres: Heather Hazelwoodt vice pres.; Mary Ellen Butler, reporter; Mary Dierksheide, reporter. :21024 "Service to others and the stimulation of interest in nursing as a profession" is the motto proudly upheld by the Future Nurses of America. In accordance with this purpose, the members learned about the opportunities offered in nurs- ing and about qualities essential for the efficient nurse. Social activities during the year included an Inter-Council of Future Nurses' Tea and an induction tea at which new members were welcomed. In May the girls honored their mothers at a spring tea. Throughout the year, Mrs. Tanner, their adviser, related to the members of the F.N.A. the fundamentals of nursing and gave demonstrations of various techniques. The many practical experiences in which the members engaged Will long be an inspiration to them as they enter the held of nursing. Mclodious notes of beauty and harmony again rang throughout the school as the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. James Gra- hill, played its way through another stimulating and rewarding year. After many hours of tedious practice, our orchestra members capahly presented concerts on various occasions including Open House, the Eighth Grade Visitation Day, the Spring Concert; and they also rendered 21 medley of Christmas carols over the P.A. system. Truly, this y 11r's orchestra has maintained the grand Lib- hey tradition of adding school spirit and loyalty to all activities. OPCA ed fra Something new has been added to Libbey this yearethe Pep Band. This energetic group of fellows, headed by Jay Crawford and his "sizzlingll trumpet, has been present at the basketball games "playing up a storm." By promoting school spirit and loyalty at all home basketball games, this group has become very popular at Libbey and is greatly appreciated by the student body. On behalf of all Libbey students, we would like to take this op- portunity to thank the Pep Band for all their efforts and hue en- tertainment. 2,0 Kano! Row 5--Cuml Bui'tcll. Tom Wechtel, Sue Stine, Rick Secrest, David Gressley, Bill Restm'ick, Donald Treter, Sam Hazard, Robert Rolfes, Dick Cowley, Martha Keller. Sandra Muchcinski. Row ?.u-Linclu Bnlclinger. Barbara Pockmire, Elaine Davies, Mary Durcll, Janet Kaseh, Mr. Grabill, Dan Kronfield, Sharon Market, Denny Davies, Tom Wlilliums, Cam! Lcitner. Row IMACulctte Blair. Suzanne W'emlt, jenny Len. Nuncu Kroos. Elaine Eisemunn, Jeanne Boardman, Karen Hochmuth, Rebecca Wachter, Beth Tarasehke, Sandy Honiskn. Jessie Sissun. Row 2 Grover Franklin, Robert Smith, John Man'klnml. Cliff Lewis, Dun Olson, John Wallbank. Row J---Rohert Rolfes, Butch Ginthcr, Darryl thy, Robert Schaefer, Jay Crawford, Tom Wechtel, Phil Meyers, Craig Loehrke, Terry Kelsey. Not in picture ---Phil Oslmrn When the band marches out on the football field and the cheers ring out, the Libbey students are indeed proud of the flue musical organization which rep: resents their school. The spirited playing of the Libbey band helped inspire the student body at mass meetings as well as at football games. To raise funds for new uniforms and for awards, band members participated in the traditione a1 tag day and sold boxed chocolates. Two highlights of the year were the annual awards banquet and the attendance of the Holiday on Ice show. Performing on the concert stage, the band displayed its virtuosity and de- lighted its audiences at musical programs in March 21nd May. Directed by Mr. James Grabill the band, with its precision matching and skillful playing, cone tributed spirit and enthusiasm to 21 wide variety of school functions throughout the year. Row l-Marilyn Vogel, treus.; Barb Facey, librarian; Carolyn Vngcl, secy.; Tom Williams, pres.; Linda Overhnlt. librarian. Row ZeDon Treter, drum major; Robert Rolfcs, student conductor; Rick Sccrest. vice pres. Em! Row 4TRohfert Smith, D2111 Shinn, Gary Ifllinger, Bill Restorick, Neil Hosnck, John Franklin, Trebnr chmur, Carlton Hzlrgmve, Phil Meyer, Wtright Byrl, Mi 'e Si uentes. Row BeSue Swarm, Carla Haynes, Jean liggert, Sharon Market, Darryl Quay, Tom VUechtel, Jean Hopkins, Jackie Galvin, Rick Secrest, EarleL-n Deppen, Kay Crosson. Row Z-Beckie Galvin, Sharon Randall, Barbara Douthett, Linda Blackford, Judy Panning, Susie Guntz, Mary Ellen Duddernr, Connie Perz. Barbara Facey, Kathy Secrest, Sharon Davenport. Row leMargie Bradford Sue Dow, Sandy Butterheld, Ruth Ewing, Judy Hitchner, Mary Patridge, Mr, Grabill, Jackie W'ulbolL Janet Price, Colette Blair, Karenlee Campbell. Row Airjghn Markland. Jay Crawford, Walter Ginthcr, Randy Barnes, Robert Rolfes, Allan Knowles, Don Olson, Grover Franklin, Paul Kirschhuum. Robert Sc me er. Row SFJOIm Ludeman, Craig Loehrke, Jose Sifuentes, Clifford Lewis, Scott Derkin, Joe Garrett, Eddie Brautz, John Wnllhzmk, Rick Wtallkcr, Frank Sifuentes, Bi Price. Row 2eKaren Miller, Scott Velliquette, Run Albright, Dan Witmer, John Pussolt, Terry Kelsey, Tom Hurley, Ted Gardiner, Gregg Hansen, Scott Albright, Mary Fries, Patricia Miller. Row 1 Carolyn Vogel, Sandy Prick, Carol Monalmn, Barbara Schulz, Mr. Gmbill, Jean Kelsey. Linda Overhnlt, Marilyn Vugel. 1x buck, Nancy Krucgct', Row 3-nBarbnru Dowling, chthcr Hazclwnod, Connie McFann, Joyce Hochmuth, Kathy Fic. Grace White, Kathie Bivcns, Diana French, Shcrryl Schwan- Rnw 2-vjcnnifcr Huff, Cindy Muuk, Sue Shock Calml DcLamutcr, Mr. McClure, Sue Lentz, Karen McClure, Joan Jeffery, Sue Kitk, Ann Kerschbaum. Row 1 itlictsy Hill. Put Clark. Sandra Franklin, Nancy Eckel, Joyce XVarc-jko, Gayle Schoonovcr, JoAnn Johnson, Karen Wiczynskx, Verdell Baccus, Sue Cook. Ruw 3aBL-vcrly Wlillinms, judy Shaw, Terry Tcupus, John Huzelwuod, Doug Smith, Robert Ramsey, judge Legg, Mary Jane Lacy, Ben Harris, Ron Smith, Jim Sanford. Row 2-Mnn;1 Kurschut. Curl Klnstcrmcicr, Tom Terrill, Bill Wtzmglcr, Guy Staples, W'right Byrl, Mr. McClure, Patrick Cairl. Jimmie Gambrcll, Art Rahnx Steve Sharron, Lawrence Whittington. Jim chhcr. Rnw LhCuml Carter, Mona Iva'risun, Ethel Freeman, Cathy MCGmnnhnn, Pam Suttcr, Donna Stevens, Mary Kennedy, Jimmy Martin, Zelphia Donald, Charles jnhnmn, Frunccinc Galloway. Singing with voices clear and sweet were the seventy mem- bers of thc Libbey choir, whose anthems were heard with reverence and appreciation at the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Lenten services. As well as entertaining the student body at progrnnls with Intmic both ciusgcal and light hi spirit, the choir presented :1 Christmas broadcast on WTDS, thc ?lhcdo Ihlbhc School nuho shuion, and sang at tDpen House and on the Eighth Gmdc Visitation day. One of the high points of the musical year occurred in February when Lihbcy's choir combined efforts with other Toledo high schools for the annual Spring,y Music Festival at the Toledo Museum of Art Pcristylc. Directed by Mr. McClure, thc chthr cHn1uXCtlits year by sh1ging at H1c Bactalnureate and Commencement programs. 2:105: Clair Terry Teopzls, pres; Ben Harris, sgt.-ut-urms; Zelphiu Donald, librarian; Mona Kurschut, secy.-treas.; Karen McClure. Vrobe custodian; Sue Cook, librarian; Judy Rich- ards, vibe pres. Row SeLind-A Althouse, Kathy Oberwcgner, Nancy Reiter. Julia Krons, Linda Vogelhuchcn Karen Rubens, Mary Beth Crookes, Carol Currie, Ruth Ornh'. Cindy Covingtun. Row ZeNancy Gerst, Penny Glines, Carol Lentz, Put Cartwright, Carol Metz, Miss Allen, Susan Youngs, Sully Vanderwulp, Janet Fikc. Calml Bulki Row leLynda Chapman, Judy Kelly, Nancy Iler, Lynne Harmack, Dianne Schnell, Rulhann Wullenschluger, Diun Short, Marilyn McVicker, judy Kuhn. Row 3 Patti Bums, Sharon Market, Sharon Gray, Jean Hopkins. Kathleen XWeilant, Bonnie Baker, Sharon Cue. judy Smith, Bunnie julius. Row 2-Sandy Keim, Judy McDonald. Rhoda Harrist Alice Vines, Miss Allen, Judy Gray, Bette Brown. Cami Munuhzm, Carol Muyer. Rnw IeShii'ley Turpening, Heather Blanks, Pat Holloway, Curzel Fclker, Jane Roberts, Susan Hcslet, Carolyn Siler, Evie King. gnior y-fjeend Under the energetic leadership of their adviser, Miss Allen, the Senior Y-Teens made their last year of membership in Libbey's Yeat'hliated groups one which will be remembered for its service and sociability. In the field of service, the Y-Tcens cheerfully volunteered for a variety Of dutiesefrom working at the main Y.M.C.A. to decorating the front lobby of Libbey alt Christmastime. While contributing their time and talent as assistant game leaders and cooking instructors at the Wciler Homes, these senior girls discovered both the fun and the rewards that come from helping others. During football season, busy Y-Teens pro- ' I ' vided refreshments of doughnuts, coffee, and milk for parents and , SENIOR Y'TEEN,S OFFICERS players at :1 football Boosters Club meeting and once again served at Kathy Oberwegner, jean Hopkins, Linda Case, Pat Cart- . . wright, Sue Schroeder, Sally Fournier. the annual post-scason football banquet, honoring the Libbey team and :106: its coaches. The Y-Teens also proved themselves to be charming hos- SENIOR Y-TEENS tcsses when they sponsored the faculty tea at the january teachers' , Linda Case ................................ President meetmg. Kathy Oberwegner ...................... Vice President As money-muking projects to support the group's many activities: the Pat Cartwright ............................. Sammy Y-Teens sold football tags for the Woodward game and the traditional . . Sue Schroeder .............................. Treasurer blue and gold mums for Tlmnksglvmg. A bake sale for the zllways- . . . hungry Libbey students was also held. Nancy Rettcr ............................... Chaplum Sully Fuumier ........................... Sgt.-at-Arms Among the social highlights of the year was a splash party and potluck dinner at the Y.W.C.A. early in November. A white elephant gift ex- change, with surprise packages that ranged from plants to pajamas, was an enjoyable feature of the Y-Tcen's Christmas party, held in Miss Allen's room. .SJenior yiend Row 3-Limln Vernuz. Glm'ya Juhnsnn, Donna Vunderlip, jnckie Lawrence, Susan Fairchild, Nancy Frisch, Barbara Helvoigt, Margie Ricketts, Linda Crcech. Row ZeSaIly Fuurnier, Eileen Jones, Sandy Moore. Mary Lou Mallendick, Terry Marvin, Miss Allen, Paula Hadley, Joan Williams, Cherly Shelton, Ann Krueger. Row 1-Put Clark, Cookie Fund. Mary Burge, Nadine Pucholski Sally Slotterbeck, Judy Irwin, Barb Vogtsberger, Sue Cook. Row ShJudy Richards, Elsie Wright, Put Rogers, Beverly Nagel, Beverly Hunt, Joyce Walters, Sandy Brumfield, Zelphia Donald, Patricia Wands. Row Zr -Ncllie Black, Barbara: Wiczynski, Fay Casertamo, Kay Britenbaker, Miss Allen, Marsha Dodds, Gail Prickett, Sue Schroeder, Karen Wollenweber, Vern Rcddickt Row le-Lenm'e Buser, Opal Lawson, Verdell Bnccus, Eula McCoy, Judy Eyer, Vondu Carmony, Jill Hazelbaken Sue Holst, Laraine Greunke. :107: Presenting opportunities to all junior girls for service, activity, and social development, the Junior Y-Teens welcomed to their ranks all who desired to aid their community and to participate in school life. With service and attainment uppermost in their minds, this ever active and enthusiastic group of girls, under the leadership of Mrs. Billmaicr, rendered "service and friendship to 2111" as they presented a Christmas basket to a needy family, sold candy and apples, enjoyed a splash party, and sponsored a banquet in conjunction with the Senior Y-Tcens. As the Y-Teens look back over the events of the busy year, they can truly be proud of their achievement on behalf of the school and pleased with the outstanding progress in the growth of Christian character. JUNIOR Y-TEENS OFFICERS Geri Eubank. pres.; Lana Bigelow, vice pres.; Judy Hahn, chaplain; Joan Matecki, sgt.-1t-arms; Sandy Carlson, secy.; Barb Dreyer, treas. gunior Miend Row 3-Carol Georgia, Joan Jeffery, Sue Roach, Candace Gran, Sherry Robertson, Claudia Wraight, juyce Walters, Martha Bicrley, Joyce Fuchs, Janet Althuff, Pat Flint, Martha Cunningham. Row ZeCamlyn Vogel. Lonna Boyd, Sharon Bums, Sandy Carlson, Rita Lehman, Gayle Schoonovcr, Susan Daren, Mary Ellen Dudderar, Pam Barrie, Mary Jane Rodriquez, Diane Dankert, Anita Siek, Edna Raye Jones. Row leMurilyn Parish. Anna Marie Amos, Sue Sirbut Bobbi Robinson, Pat Welker, Darlene Pontious, Eleanor Hayes, Clcolu Byrd, Leach Murric, Mary Monu- han, Susan Ronfeldt, Frani Keefer. Row SeCarla Haynes, Judy Hahn, Cheryl Weed, Sharon Goldstein, Karen Ewen, Earleen Deppan, Cheryl Fahle, Martha Keller, Arlene Dutridgc. Sue Stine, J2me Stover, Sue Hannaford, Penny Pendleton. Row 2 Lana Bigelow, Mary Dierksheide, Peggy Schwanitz. Ethel Freeman, Pat Jeakle, Francis Lipke, Sue Temple, Joan Matecki. Barbara Drcycr, Judy Palka, Tam Stemmermann, Karen McClure, Sandra Frick. Row leKathy Veith, Sharon Poole, Marilyn Vogel, Geri Eubank, Carol Mickens, Micky Milde, Gretchen Bruggeman, Barbara Ernst. Ann Moore, Patricia Mitchell, AryI-Jeanne Vinson, Bonita Henck. f $1 tr e : 1 t v I 2108: Row 3 Mary Kennedy, Cheryl Hm'bert, Sue Croston, Beverly Williams, Sue Dolby, Liz Smith, Carol Westfall, Cherie Pollock, Sherryl McGovern, Suzanne Teopns. Row ZiMary Schwunitz. Linda Overholt, Nancy Waterman, Ellen Grasser, Norma Nunley, Mrs. Morgan, Joanne Reitz, Helga Skentmwicz, Janice Moore, jnm's Reed, Mona Morrison. Row 1-juycc Nunlcy, Margie Bradford, Ivlargaret Buehrer, Kathy Stanley, Mary Lynn Fink Cheryl Bondy, Cookie Coger, Sandy Mercer. Beverly Polesovsky. Row 3-Junicc Scott, Connie Vincent, Elaine Eisemann, Lipsey Marian, Gaynell Jones, Norma Williams. Ida Porter, Gaynell Robinson, Carol Greunke, Andrea Wzlndtkc. Row 2 Suzanne chdt, Put O'Neill, Sharon Quackenbush, Carol Sayre, Linda Baldinger, Mrs. Morgan, Nancy J. Krueger, Karen Smith, Linda Merzkc. Jackie Veith. Row l-Cm'ul chfcn Karen Wiczynski, Jeanette Miller, Trygvc Anderson, Wendy Dyer, Sharon Davenport, Lynda Stephens, Mimi Smith, Cheryl Dicken, Ginny Ernst. .SiyaAomore yjeerw The Sophomore Y-Teens have come a long way since they evolved from the Sophomore Friendship Club in 1947. This club has worked hard during the past years to achieve its goal "to grow as a person; to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities; and to grow in the knowledge and love of God." Practicing these goals helps the girls to develop socially and spiritually. This year the Sophomore Y-Tcens, with the combined efforts of of- . h ficers, members, and advisers, soared to new heights of serv- SOPHOMORE YwTEENS OFFICERS ice. They scnt a basket to :1 needy family at Christmas, went S?"dy Page, chaplain; CEUOI Keefer, pres.; J.GV Hamlbaker' . v1ce-pres.; Carolyn Kohring, secy.; Debra Nlekmnz, sgt.-at- h C onlmlled 071 Page 110i arms. :109: Row BeSue Lentz. Kathie Bivens, Sue Jaynes, Delores Meyer. Beverly Haase, Sue Spicer, Carole King, Jenn Eggert, Cynthia Militzer, Suzanne Gray. Row ZeJudy Niekmnz, Carol Leitner, Jackie Kline, Sandra Butterfield, Judy Thomas, Mrs. Morgan, Dunna Stevens. Nancy 1. Krueger, Debhic Niekmnz, Linda Johnson, Delphine Johnson. Raw 1-Sharon Wittich, Sheryl Carothers, Nancy Iickei, Ginger Wetzel, Marsha Moan, Nancy Irwin, Jill Bridenbaugh, Sandra Page, Tina Pund. Row 3-Bill Husunx Hank Harris, Gary Schultz, Tom Roush, jerry hICColough, Ron Wickert, Dean Dushner, Rick Huffman. Jim McAuley, Sum Hazard. Row Zejohn Kummero, Terry Teopas, Don Wyper, Bill Schwantz, Bill Clevenger, Mr. Zimmerman, Charlie Rogers, Mnlin Wagner, Bob Ott, John Fink Tum Schwab. Row leNm-mnn Wlhite, Tim Duffey, John Barber, John Williams, Denny Davies, Mr. Needles, Bnh Sterling, Gary Gmymp, Andy Purse, jnmcs Sevrcnce, Bill Schmid. SopAomor-e yawn: t C 017117771er caroling at Parkside Hospital, and assisted in various ac- tivities at the Lucas County Children's Home. To balance the budget they held several fund raising drives including a bake sale. Among their social activities were a splash party and m appearance on WTOL'S Club 11. Throughout the year the Sophomore Y-Teens, with the us- sistance of Mrs. Morgan, their adviser, promoted better understanding among the members and extended a helping hand to those in need. JJi-y The primary purpose of the Hi-Y is "to Create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community the high standards of Christian character." With this pur- pose in mind, the members achieved their goal by applying these ideals in their various activities. Combining efforts with the Senior Y-Teens, they co-sponsored the traditional Lenten services. Social activities which will long be remcmv bered included :1 hayride and roast in the full. The members also entertained their mothers at a buffet luncheon and invited their fathers to the induction of new members. Under the guidance of their advisers, Mr. Needles and Mr. Zimmerman, the members of thc Hi-Y endeavored to de- velop a foundation of character and an attitude of rc- sponsihility, qualities on which their future lives depend. K. y HI-Y OFFICERS john Kummem, pres.; Tom Schwab, sgt.-at-arms; Denny Davies, treas.; Bill Husum, chaplain; Doug Anmlini, vicc- pres.; jim Smith. vicehnres; Bob Ott, secy. Ruw Ek-Jumcs Smith, Jim lillingcr, Gcnc Posmn, Bob Clifford, LeMoyne Mercer, Ron Stough, Kenneth Lcith. Duane Fisher, W'illarcl Tlmnasiu, Jim Voyles. Row 2--Dzwc Mnxnn. Ruy 'l'hompsm, Lowell W'caner, Terry Tutzkc, Scott Thompson, Mr. Needles, Bill Restorick, Phil Meyex; Jim Putmzm, Tom Van Tassel, Jim Smith. Ruw lthight Ostcrud, Tum O'Brien. Larry Martin, Tom Oberle, Bob Viachter, James Miller, Chuck Meinardi, Lee Waldmn. Ken Moeller, Owen Mitchell. Row 3--Rick Erdmann, Harry Ball, Pete Key, Neil Bcrsticker. Fred Kuebbler, Robert Leathers, Karl Ebright, Bill Caton, Dick Hayden, Bob Hanf. Row Z-Tcrry Carney. Bill Duty, Jack Duly, Tum Johnson, Gary Boerst, Mr, Zimmerman, John Collins, Nick Corbin Dave Dnmhrowsky, Gary Franks, Jim Austin, Marv Crnwl. Ruw 1--A1't French, Charles Johnson, Gary Bcdm. Ronald Sopher, David Ganss, Dennis Crosson, Tim Clark. Fred Antolini, Larry Frost, Ron Freeman, Tom French. $448? olieaclerd Sportsmanship and skill, the two main qualities which dis- tinguish Libbey Leaders, gave a strong sense of purpose to this club. By participating in intramural sports, many in- terested members learned the fun of competition. As Libbey Leaders, they also served as referees in gym classes. The activities of the year included the following: 21 volleyball play night with the G.A.A. of Rogers, 21 Christmas party at which the new members were inducted and presented with metal whistles, and the annual picnic in May. These active girls also engaged in the city-wide Physical Fitness Program, which was Sponsored by the P.T.A. Active is the word for the energetic students who compose Mr. Martin's activities staff. The numerous tasks involved in conducting a smooth-running schedule of events for Libbey students require much time and effort on the part of this busy group. Among their time-consuming duties are handling activities tickets, operating the stationer's desk, selling the Cryjml, and assisting the Edelimz class by tak' ing orders for the year book. The many details that the 11C- tivities staff handles enable them to achieve their purpose of i'promoting interest and participation in school events throughout the year." jctiuih'ed Row BePam Barrie, Beverly Braun, JnAnne Reehl, Carolyn Krause, Sue Dolby, Karen Ewen. Mrs. Lindemzum, Mrs. Johnson, Virginia Scoby, Jeanne Rudke, Judy Oestreich, Gay Robinson, Glorya Johnson, Peggy Tracht. Row ZvKuren Kurschat. Nancy McIntire, Diana French, Heather Hazelwoodt Kay Tesch. Nancy Palmer, Mrs. Fisher, Doris Krueger. Cathy McGranahan. Barbara Dowling, Cheryl Harbert, Yvonne Rosebmck, Jenny Leai Row lePut Welker. Maxine Trail, Beverly Kelley. Mary Beckmnn, Heidi Hasler, Suzanne Tcopzis. Mrs. Billmaier, Sherry! McGovern. Elaine Eisemann, Sue Kirke Darlene Pontious, Shirley Turpening, Karen Newman. Row 2-David Gunss, Bill Henrion, Mr. Martin, Terry Teopns. Row leDarIene Rothlisberger, Jennifer Huff, Sue Teopus, Jeanette Miller. Row SvaFlm'cncc VUhite, .Inhn Collins. Martha Bierley, Bruce Bm'gelt, Don Olson, Allen Bartlett, Philip Horosewski, Gary Stevens, Steven Collins, Dale Beckt Row Z-eSue Lentz. Christine Summers. Whllter Heer. Candace Gran, Michael Farmer, Mr. Jones, Bruce Beck, John Morrison, Sandra Patterson, Carol Dennyt Jack Heckler. Row 17aSue Tuth, Jessie Sissun. Lois Mitchell, Patricia Mitchell, Carolyn Verdun, Carol Leitner, Mary Beckmnn, Judy Metzger, Lynne Hurmuck, Lynn Jacksnn. Rmv 3 Christine Falkenherg. Hazel Kibler. Christine DCCilNL Luann French. Carolyn Krause, Betty Compton, Christine Conant, Gloria Nenhick. Peggy Tracht. Row 2- -P;xtriciu Lenz. Burhum Hendrix, Charlene Myers, Trevu Syph, Deidre Leek, Shirley Gartee, Margo Howard. Row 1- Olivia Rodriquez. Christine Xanker. Betty Peters, Miss May, Kathy Veith, Joann Delikate, Janice Bagner. Cfaddicaf tyonm' 52ml? In their attempt to inspire interest in the civilization of an- cient Rome and to create an incentive for superior effort and high grades in Latin, the members of the Classical Honor Society again sponsored the annual trip to the Unit versity of Michigan. At several Latin banquets the members appeared appropriately attired in Roman togas and in c05- tumes representing various mythological characters. Under the guidance of their sponsor, Mr, Jones, and a capable corps of ofhccrs including Mike Farmer, pres.; Martha Bierley, vice-pres.; Jessie Sisson, secy.; and John Collins, treas.; they strove to fulfill their motto, Scienlia Am Scmwlmwm, "Knowledge, Citadel of the Ages." :113 To assist the needy on the local, national, and international levels was the purpose of the Libbey Junior Red Cross. Un- der the sympathetic guidance of Miss Virginia May, the members worked industriously to complete their annual project of sending one hundred gift boxes to under- privileged children throughout the world. In addition, the members wrapped Christmas presents for many children of Toledo and for service men in veteranst hospitals. The many pieces of costume jewelry which they collected for Toledo State Hospital helped brighten the outlook of the discouraged patients. Student leadership for this organiza- tion was provided by Christine Conant, president; Carolyn Krause, vice president; and Kathy Veith, secretary. junior lea! Crow D "Wlllistle while you work !" Undivided attention! "Smile! You might be on Candid Now it's the tczlchers' turn for fowl and laughter. With Mr. Jeffery's help, silcncc Czlmem!" reigns in the halls. "WWmt's wrong? Do your feet hurt?" "W'hzlt do you mean, Joyce? N0 paper?" "Yu' loud 16 tons, and wuddzl yu' gel ?" m as: sanw W' M m as; m M a gs - "The Innocents' "You dmft say!" "Ir wun'l hill: ynu. Suc." "Sigfried! All over my clean floor!" 'WVL'II. let's hit ii." "Once more with feeling." "Any ul yum" friends lying around doing nothing ?" "Know any gum! dirt?" "Find it fast. Let your Engers dn the walking" :115: "The deans' little helpers" daily help check our attendance and tardiness. $4ch a pleasant smile the library aides greet the students :13 they enter the library. This veurts addition to tht- "Tmy-gocrs Association" help to keep the cafeteria presentable. Linda, hSandy, Connie, Judy, Linda, Ginger,-and Sue gladly give an hour of their busy day to serve in thc main oihcc. With a gleam in their eyes these aides welcome our money into the cash box :15 they exchange our quarters for tickets; Her are the girls who mimcogruph those nice little tests we tukc. :116: cg, ???:ng mwm. a a WWHy and Sandy do the twist. Swing your partner? How's thu wmuhcr up there? The Sadie Hqums' Dance Cummit- Everyone a do 2: it, even grandpa! tcc planned u h urmus evcmng in Dogpatch, Thu Junior Pmm Cmmnittcc takes time out from 'F;1nm to pose for 21 picture. Time Out for foot restini me Dugpnt thcy'vc come 21 lung w Not a moment's rest for "Murrin Sam." C V 69117 Q 5J657 f4 74446 X46574 TAM M 27 727567775 744744 4:47 CEPWJdc 4 jnclex Coaches ........... Page Football ........... Page Basketball .......... Page Spring Sports ..... . Page Intramurals ......... 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Neil Bersticker, Dave Zimmerman, Bob Hanf, Mike Mulvnncy. Tom chft, Jnhn Rosiuk, John Williams, Norm Kepler, Dennis Dickson, George Rubel, Brad May, Dave Hauler, Henry Nnrwoml, Couch Wirick. Ruw Z-Mikc Collins, Mike Muguirc. Dzlvc Brandt, Doug Schrodelu Tom Steusluff, John Williams, Charles Delkcr, Gary Bncrst, James King. Jerry Hunter. Duvc Dnucr. Row 1 AClmrlcs King. Jim Shorter. Mike Timincy, Gary Emch, Juc Phelps, Dam Hymnrc, Kenny Mocller, Jnhn Cnnty, Mike Morse, Ron Mnycr. oggAlweigAld WON 2 LOSTS TIED 0 jredAmen WON 3 LOST 3 TIED 1 Row 4 1iill Boau'dmnn, Vern Thomas, Jerry Moon, Chuck Suter, Ron Coleman, Bernard Stone, Phil Osborn, Dick Pontinus, Tom Frie- man'k. Jeff W'ccd, Bill Struhlcm Paul Chambers. Row 3 Gcnrch0clm1uth, Chuck Brown, Craig,y Brcimcr, Henry Bestcr, Chip Foster, Ron Hudson, Jim Sass, Doug Buettner, Dave Bumnski, Bill Pcrrin, Robert Tribhle. Row 2wl.ev0rn Martin, Cliff Earl, James Dec, Andy Bagmnski, Phil Holst, Bill Meyer, John Lurk, Mike Monnhan, Doug Ruble, Bill Patterson. John Luckctt, Cal Manning. Rnw l-Cnuch Zimmerman, Jim Bowling, Mike Espmuza, Joe Kirkhum, Tom Eubank, John Marklund, Larry Heslct, John Whlrren, Bob Yuung. Couch Dulmimc, Coach Miley. Not shown in picture: Bob Martinez, Phil Fetzer CHARLES COSPER BOBBY COLLINS U JIM GOINGS ardlty jENKINS BANNISTIZR JOHN WILLIAMS DARRYL LOTHERY COACH SPICE Z? 4 A if JOHN FRANKLIN ad et a TERRY DOTSON CHESTER TRAIL HERBERT BROWN JASPER NEWBORN BASKETBALL SCORES We They 69 Rogers 59 60 Scott 36 51 Fremont Ross 52 39 Central 46 51 Woodward 4 5 60 Bowling Green 42 47 DeVilbiss 48 49 Mncomber 55 51 Dayton Belmont 61 52 Wilmington 61 42 Waite 45 46 Scott 50 41 Central 51 73 Woodward 51 61 Whitmcr 3 48 DeVilbiss 45 43 Macomber 55 54 Waite 38 TOURNAMENT 57 Rossford 48 63 TiHin Calvert 55 40 Central 50 Won 10 Lost 11 Illarditg Jim Goings, Jenkins Bannister. Chester Trail, John Williams, Charles Cospcr, Coach Spice, Herbert Brown, John Franklin, jasper Ncw- born, Darryl Lothery, Terry Dotson, Bobby Collins. :128: Rmv 2 Dcnm s Butler, Jim Adkins. Lcn McFarland, Charles Cosper, Creg Newborn, John Williams, Linton Dillcr, Conch Ray. Row IWLm'ry Hughs, Bub Flundcr, Dzlvc Nuylor, Mike Kachenmeister, Steve Oberle, Ray Adams. oggAtweigAfd WON 11 LOST 5 jredAmen WON 12 LOST 2 City Clampd Row 3-Cuach Duhuime, George Rios, Randy Harms, Buddy White, Mike Mulvaney, Art Smith, Fred Carter, Asst. Coach Robinson. Row ZwBoh Smith, Bob Tribblc, Dun jackson, Jim Robers, Ron Ellis, Mike Schlnpman, Vern Thomas. Row 1 Rnn Webster, Stcvc Grishum, Randy Smith, Jeff Williams, Rudy Valdes, John Flick Q ng P! m WMWK, 'AyLvm Row 4: Paul Duhart, Jim Goings, Mike Maguire, Tom Steusloff, Bill Harler, Mike Brown, John Morrison, Ron Armstrong, Fred Lane, John Searcy, Rick Wallace, Mike Willinger, Neil Bersticker. Row 3: Mike Somerville, Lemoyne Mercer, Al Miles, Bill Coleman, Jim Voylcs, Dave Holmes, Bub Olt, Doug Schrmlcr, Albert Owens, John Franklin, Mike Timiny, Harold Pauly, Gene Pnston, Jim Metropulus. Row 2: Coach Schlievert, Denny Newman, Jim Stamer, Larry Stiles, John Butler, Bob v'uchtcr, Dean Dushner, Terry Kilpatrick, Bill Moll, Bill Restorick, Ben Harris, Mike Harris, Coach Wirick. Row 1: Leo Stewart, Bill Loper, Larry Jones, Bob Gwinn, Mike Gallagher, Bill Dierkshcidc, Dale Struhm, Ron Curtis. Denny Shcrmum Jerry Dauer, John Thober, Terry Fleischman. gowfing Row 3: Lany Allen, Joe Moran, Allen Bartlett, Bob Gwodz, Bill Schwanitz. Row 2: Mr. Kubacki, Dale Sass, Gary Franks, Larry Sayer, Gary Graytop, Ron Freeman. Row 1: Jerry Hunter, Tom Bartollett, Mike Lenz, Ray Orlowski, Don Isaacs, Lowell Weaner, Bob Hzlnf. E L "u' m-i thgms . ' 'I - k V L A I L ' I Row 3: Coach Schlicvert, Bud Butler, Dave Gallagher, Bruce Borgelt. Rnw 7: Phil Williams, Mulin Wagner. Andy Purse, Dennis Crosson, John Morrison, John Kummero, Roger Spcelman. Row 1: Jim Mclmpulos, Bob Wuchter, Weston Moran, Rick Dukes, Larry Stiles, Le Moyne Mercer, Gene Poston. 605.4 Country City CAampd Kadelaff Row 2: Dennis Butler, Errol Collins, Bill Schwnnilz, Dun Lcchncr, Chester Trail, John Schneider, Jim Ellingcr, Couch Duhaime. Row 1: Bobby Cullins, Jim Sevrence, Denny Watkins, Joe Struka, Malin Wagner. Row 2 Archie Albright, John Morrison, Don Wyper, Gary M:Court, Conch Schlievert, Bud Butler, John Wnllbxmk, Tom w z. Terrill, Mark Bmunschweiger. r05! m9 Row 1 -Mike McGurity, Dwight Osterud, W7esmn Moran, Chuck Mcinunli, Rick Dukes Lynn Smith, Edsil Tharp, Rwy Her. nundez, Terry Kilpatrick, Bill Husum. ! Joe Moran, Tom Schwab, Ron XWickert, Larry Sayre, Jim Warbur- 0 ton, Couch Needles. 3 . Row 2 C0ach Meek, Willard Thnnusiu, John Eggcrt, John Fink, Dan Hunt, Tom Bierley, Dale Beck. ennui Row l-Jolm Kummero, Bill Henrion, Luwell Weanet, Roger Newman. Denny Davies. xxmwz a wan mass "Sec you :It luundronmt." It's Libbey 0n the mm W'hn swiped the bucket? It takes two to tangle. Our gmll is tun feet high. Wle :1 mass of human protoplusm! cttcr than the Club trottcrs, I'd szly! "W'lm's for mud pics 1'" Synchronization is our aim. mh-mum awn: "Give that girl some assistance." Higher! Higher! "lV'Iake this one :1 home run, Sharon !" "L 0k out! Is this :1 hold-up ?" "W'ell, what are we waiting for: "Gh it all you've gut!" "Now, who'll volunteer to put an apple on her head ?" "It this the phys, ccl. w Siun of the twist!" M'wxnu K3 u xx x m x: 52mm Little Egypt? "Practicing to be a fireman ?" "Gimme! Gimme!" Follow the bouncing bull. "Build up those biceps !" He stopped, but his horse didn't. "W'hcrdd it go?" "Aren't you :1 little old to bc playing with blocks ?" "Say, boy, you missed the pool." 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B Chmago Plke 8L yrnc CORSAGES 382v0125 Ken and June Fineske Service is our Business Class of ,43 Durint Brns. Hardware B.P.S. Paints 8c Supplies Sporting Goods Electrical Supplies Plumbing Supplies Eavestrough Glass SmitA :5 Fine Foods since 1916 382-8131 2712 Wayne St. 385-5691 Malcolm Smith, Prop. Suburban SECOR AT CENTRAL Heatherdowns Collision Service BODY AND FENDER REPAIR PAINTINGsTOWING Downtown MADISON AT ERIE 2246 Tedrow off Byrne Rd. Toledo, Ohio :144: COMPLIMENTS OF THE MILLER Oll C0. 1033 South Toledo 9, Ohio DISTRIBUTORS OF HY-FLASH GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL STATIONS 1033 South at Anthony Wayne Trail 4654 Detroit 1920 Fearing Chicago Pike at Crissey Woodville at Rt. 199 McCord at Nebraska Dorr at Crissey Rds. FOR HOME FUEL OIL DELIVERY Call 243-8111 Day or Night EDUBTESY CLEANERS For Quality Cleaning 241-3835 Complete Rush Service CLEANING-SHOWERPROOFING-DYEING REWEAVING-TAILORING 1226 Broadway 968 South Sf. Tofedo, Ohio ALSO WALBBIHEE CLEANERS 2616 Broadway We Give 8 8:. H Green Stamps 382-2314 ELMER THERexallSTORE DRUGS Free Parking Supports Wheelchairs Prescriptions Delivered-No Charge 2029 Byrne Rd. Toledo, Ohio Phone 382-9011 Good Luck, Class of '62 5 AV E -WAY 1936 BROADWAY COMPLIMENTS OF National Cement Products 2930 Wayne Street Congratulations to the 1962 Seniors From STAUTZENBERGER BUSINESS COLLEGE Northwestern Ohio1s Largest Business College You are Cordially Invited to Visit Us at Our New, Completely Air-conditioned Location at 224 SUPERIOR STREET :145: ARE YOU SATISFIED? Grownups know that personal grooming is important if you want to uget ahead? Teenagers sometimes forget to look at themselves objectively. So that boys and girls could see themselves as others see them, a full-length mirror was installed in the main corridor of a high school in Buffalo, N . Y. Boys checked shirttails and trouser lengths- even started wearing coats and ties. Girls stopped to tuck in blohses or rearrange their hair. Renewed pride came to this schoolaall because of a mirror! When you buy a mirror, be sure itts made of l- ' O ' F L'O'F Parallel-O-PlateQ3 glass, twin-ground for truer reflections and more freedom from distortion. Youtll find a Wide selection at your furniture, glass or department store. .'"-'5,'8 mm 1,1, SATISFIED? A mirror is a "must" at school . . . at home . . . anvwhere. Always check your appearance before going out. It1s a good habit to form and others will notice. PARALLEL-O-PLATE GLASS Twin-Ground for the Truesi Reflection Lo LIBBEY' owms-rono mg a GM Name in, QILM THE KElSEY 81 FREEMAN lUMBER C0. Call the Lumber Number Complete Remodeling Service Free Estimates 8: Planning Financing INDIANA G. HOAG 1101 Hoag 244-5577 Russ Service Station 897 Spencer Street Toledo, Ohio 382-3643 Your Friendly Sohio Service CROMLY Rexall DRUG 1917 Wayne Tel. 382-2911 Toledo, Ohio A Name to Remembera For Lavely Flower; and Beautiful Gift; Joe 1. Cooper, Florist 1635 Broadway 243-5 138 :14aa It is said Latin is dead, but they look pretty lively. Yes, it's chicken noodle soup again. "This time give thcm chamning smiles and maybe they'll give you tips." Oops! You forgot your aprons! :147: Edelian classywhere it all started. Be kind to your newspaper friends, for they may have the last laugh. Turn around and eat! 241 -8153 Flowers Delivered COMPLIMENTS OF George M. Abel, F lorist Mrs. Geo. M. Abel Proprietor 1528 Broadway Toledo 9, Ohio LEYDORF'S SUPER MARKET Qualify Foods - Reasonably Priced 1949 BROADWAY 243-8234 Walter Funeral Home 1321 Brnadway 2113-4105 Weber N. Greenwalt Leeland E. Lamb Congratulations The DiSalle Die Casting Co. Inc. Die Casting and EIectraplating 2851 South Avenue 382-3473 HIGHLAND BUWLINE LANES 3835 Wayne Street 382-2421 16 Automatic Brunswick Lanes Air Conditioned Snack Bar Play Miniature Golf the Year Around Spacious Parking OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY Compliments of TOLEDO PICKLING and STEEL SERVICE 135 FEARING BLVD. CONGRATULATIONS Genek BARBER SHOP 2017 Glendale GENE H. GABLE Toledo 14, Ohio Beverly Pharmacy and Gift Shop 3670 RUGBY DRIVE Good luck, Seniors! :148: Seeliqk Drug Store 1732 Arlington 385-0885 Complete Prescription and Drug Service Free, Rapid Delivery Service5Anytime Fountain Refreshments, Sundries and Revlon and Max Factor Cosmetics Plus S dl H Green Stamps Have your doctor phone us your prescriptions HEATHERDOWNS Horists 3411 Winston at Byrne 8: Glanzman B. J. Stinnett Phone 385-2509 Compliments of AL LITTLE'S somo Wayne 8 South MEllE FLOOR COVERING 1776 Arlington Avenue Toledo, Ohio CARPET - FORMICA - LINOLEUM 382-5461 TYPEWRITER SALES and RENTALS ?am Km to 3m W 241-1193 323 Erie Street BHUABWAY JEWELEBS Trophies G: Engravings DIAMONDS Columbia - Feature-Lock WATCHES Hamilton - Longines - Bulova GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1526 Broadway at South 242-5491 VICTOR SAUSAGE COMPANY 3211 GLANZMAN Buy Directly From Our Packing House and Save Open Thurs. and Fri. -- 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Saturday - 9 A. M. Till 5 P. M. Biniker Construction Co. Builder of Fine Homes 3322 GLANZMAN RD. 385-1161 :149: KIMBLE Laboratory Glassware KIMAXQ Glass Pipe KMBLE Glass Laboratory Apparatus g Glass Tubing Packages ' and Glass Rod Pharmaceutical Glassware Glass Pressure . b MAKERS OF $ PRODUCTS TOPLITE Root Panels THINLITE Curtain Wall Panels KIMBLE CONTAINERS Rigid Plastic Bottles Closure and Plastlc Specialties ?Q DURAGLAS h Containers - Paperboard X - Multiwall Paper Bags - Heavy Duty Plastic Shipping Sacks - Corrugated Shipping Boxes OWENs-ILLINOIS GENERAL OFFICES - TOLEDO l, OHIO To get down to BRASS TACKS Whether you are a commercial or academic student. the telephone company may have a spot that would suit you very nicely . one that provides a good salary and excellent opportunities to get ahead. The point is: If you are a girl who is about to graduate, we would like to talk with you in our employment office . . . OHIO BELL COMPLIMENTS OF HAUEHTIJN ELEVATIJP: EDMPANY Division of Toledo Scale Corporation SPANGLER CANDY wishes your school success The F inest in Candy 313 Monroe Toledo, Ohio 'va'waniirnan Rwy xmx, m SLxsx-xxss ,a m .5135; They're applying the axiom: "A stitch in time saves nine." There's one in every crowd! Libbey students are intent nn learning in our new language lab XWant to have frog legs for lunch, fellas? The only empty seats at the Lenten service were those that were broken The lab looks like Cape Canaveral at blast-off time. . rimmcifim EE'k Wsti-aqx Cm Re, Commencement Announcements Designers and Manufahilartejrg-ggf t be World's Finest School Jewelry Main Office and Plant OWATONNA, MINNESOTA Eastern Division Headquarters 627 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio $30 TQEX KIM? 1 Compliments of N itds Beauty Shop 2015 GLENDALE 382-0916 COMPLIMENTS OF ATLAS SHOE REPAIR 11FOR THOSE WHO CARE ENOUGH TO WANT THE BEST" 716 SOUTH STREET 0N0 117 oPWILL "IS JWIS '13 'N 6 DU. 4'03 aweg 1845161 9141 Kq spew asoq; Jo; Asleep moK xse SKBMIB 1s19ddnd angdJns J0 "snooq aweB Kued 15mm! 1;!3 Kueru $3.! Jl "'1! JV 1001 MA MM '12qu m:nw 0N H. H. BERKENKAMP Fungarall Home Inc" 102 Years of Personal Service Same Location Phones: 243-2183, 243-2184 1003 to 1011 Broadway Toledo, Ohio Only One Branch Tremainsville and Alexis Trilby, Ohio 479-5377 $153; 2 ,7 7 7 x?" w a x A "1' t 2.4sz frm'ful 1 I 1.: I 2 W 2' ; 'VI, 335?th 7544A zu5 2 no 7 x K COKMV JfLiwgg 22432171007601 X Wall's Drug Store 1132 Broadway Toledo, Ohio Compliments of Heatherdowns Car Wash The best in washing and polishing Byrne at Tedrow 382-8901 1 y. AM I f . r5140 ' 2M" W 4K 9 Substantial Sanglgs 2 De?eid le Servichyg O, STQNQQR 8L 4' QHIEWN MIX; $1M nceWK jjoof4$xy 1; W I x , 12330 W 5; y: e at South oledo 9, Ohio KFLAT TIRE? DEAD BATTERY? on't Be Late Call J SUNOCO SERVICE Jack H. Williams, Prop. WE GIVE TV STAMPS 1460 So uth 382-9211 1620 B roadway 241 -2431 3Le julure ZacAeI-a 0X .x4merica wish to congratulate you, the Class of 1962 F riend Bring refreshment into play have a Coke IO'YlED UNDER AUYHORITV OF THE COCA.COLA COMPANY IV MIDWEST COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Name Abernathy, Jean Achor, Nancy Agnew, Doris Alexander, Ann Althoff. Janet Amos, Donna Amos, Lannaire Anderson, Trygve Ankney, Linda Apple. Mary Appleby, Linda Archie, Deborah Armour, Gloria Arnold. Sharon Austin, Carolyn Avery. Betsy Bacon. Frances Bagner, Janice Baker, Dianne Baker, Sandra Baldinger, Linda Balin. Dianne Balsmeyer, Karen Bannister, Gloria Barber, Sue Barhitc. Cheryl Barkhimer, Barbara Barkhimer, Margaret Barkhimer, Rosemary Barley. Kay Barney, Sandra Barrie, Pam Barringer. Emma Bartell. Carol Barton, Sharon Bassett, Andrea Beach, Becky Beam. Sharon Beasley, Carol Beaupry, Linda Beauregard. Dianne Beckman, Mary Bellis, Freda Bennett, Barbara Bentley, Jill Benoit. Susan Bey, Delores Bierley, Martha Bigelow, Lana Binegar, Sharon Biniker, Kathleen Biniker. Susan Bittikofer, Marcia Bivens, Kathie Blackford, Linda Blackmore, Susan Blackshear, Sally Blair, Colette Blaszczvk, Susan Bliss. Sharon Block, Barbara Blount, Eloise Boardman, Jeanne Boles, Lugena Boles. Sandra Bollinger, Patricia Bondy, Cheryl Boone, Rosetta Berton, Beverly Borton. Cathy Botts, Judy Bowers, Sherry Bowie, Beverly Boyd. Lillie Mae Boyd. Lonna Braddy, Annie Bradford, Margie Bradley, Esther Branford, Eleanor Braun, Annette Braun, Beverly Braun, Kay Brenner, Marilyn Bressler. Barbara Bridenbough, Deborah Bridcnbough, Jill Bringman, Patricia Broedow. Judy Brooks, Suzanne Brown. Earlene Brown, Evon Page 80 74 68 55 60 60 79 7O 80 79 74 74 55 75 80 71 82 78 74 74 66 54 35 67 55 80 54 75 33 73 82 58 64 65 53 68 70 74 79 74 65 59 83 78 55 74 71 54 .. I 83 81 57 59 66 83 58 82 60 79 83 74 66 79 78 7 5 67 77 59 72 70 72 76 64 60 64 68 83 58 67 83 74 72 72 70 81 65 74 76 67 Name Brown, Irene Brown, Jenny Brown, Lee Anne Brown, Marietta Brown, Nelgene Brown, Rosemary Brown, Sharon Brown, Shirley Brown. Susan Brown. Theresa Browning, Mary Brubaker, Caryl Bruggeman, Gretchen BmmEeld, Joyce Buehrer, Margaret Burgess, Evelyn Burgess, Lois Burgess, Sylvia Butmley, Corliss Burner, Sandra Bums, Sharon Burrs, Jan Butteriield, Sandra Bylow. Dorothy Byrd, Cleola Byrd, Lula Mae Callahan, Rita Campbell, Joanne Campbell, Karenlee Campbell, Linda Campbell, Royine Cannon. Ruby Carey, Vicki Carlo, Barbara Carlo, Shirley Carlson, Sandra Carothers, Sheryl Carrothers. Diane Carr. Darlyn Carter. Brenda Carter, Carol Carter, Delores Carter, Geneva Carter. Juanita Cary, Ruth Case, Deana Castro, Isabel Cathey, Patricia Cervantez, Mary Champion, Shirley Chandler. Glade Chaney, Tina Chapman, Karis Cherry, Diane Childress, Joann Christian, Dianne Cisterino, Pam Cisterino, Patricia Clapp, Carol Clapp, Kay Clapp, Patsy Clarke, Sharon Clemens. Katharine Cofer, Sharon Coger, Beverly Cole, Theresa Collins, Ann Collins, Annie Lee Collins, Ruth Compton, Betty Compton, Ruth Ann Conant, Christine Connerton, Judie Cook, Irma Cooper, Shirley Corbin, Delores Corder, Becky Cousino, Sharon Covington, Donna Cramer, Sandra Crawford, Georgia Crosson, Kay Croston, Sue Cunningham, Martha Curtis, Noel Czaika, Lynette Dalton. Paulette Daly, Caroline Daniel. Lorrene ' Daniels, Patricia 744,744. g Name Dankert, Diane Daso, Barbara Dauer, Judith Davenport, Sharon Davies, Elaine Davis, Carolyn Davis, Ethel Davis, Leslie Davis, Sandra Davis, Sharon Davis, Sharon L. Davison, Linda Dean, Jerilyn DeCius, Christinne DeCius, Sherrie DeLamater, Carol DeLaRosa, Virginia Delikate, Joanne Dembski. Carol Denicola, Sandra Denman, Janis Denny, Carol Depp, Kathleen Deppen, Earleen DeStazio, Delphine Devalt, Gladys DeVault, Carol Dicken. Cheryl Dickerson. Sharon Dieball, Robbie Dietsch, Judith Dillard, Joyce Dills, Margaret Dismuk, Judith Dixon, Toni Dodge, Joan Dolby, Susan Dominiak, Diane Dominiak, Joyce Doren, Susan Douglas, Sharon Douthett, Barbara Dow, Susan Dowling, Barbara Drager, Jacquelyn Draheim. Gayle Draper, Sharon Dreyer, Barbara Driftmyer, Sue Driver, Dorothy Dross. Nancy Druckemiller, Marilyn Dudderar. Mary Duffeck, Sue Duffey, Christine Duncan, Yvonne Dunson, Elaine Dunson, Karen Durban, Joanne Durell, Mary Dusseau, Lynn Dutridge, Arlene Dyer, Wendy Dvlewski, Carol Dylewski, Christine Dymarkowski, Sandra Earl. Carol Earle, Beverly Early, Judith Eckel, Nancy Edwards, Anna Edwards. Dawn Eggert, Jean Eisemann, Elaine Elkins, Sharon Ellis, Lana Ellwood. Sharon Elrod. Judy Emahiser, Karen Englert, Pennie Ensle'y, Cynthia Ensley, Sharon Ericson. Lynn Ernst, Barbara Ernst. Ginny Erskine. Cynthia Erwin, Sue Esmond. Norma Estep, Leslie Eubank. Geri Evans, Mary Page 58 55 83 66 74 79 55 58 67 71 81 83 69 76 77 66 77 74 78 79 71 79 79 60 80 71 66 64 80 60 56 69 83 80 64 71 70 67 83 56 70 72 71 69 57 69 65 58 77 73 80 71 6O 81 82 77 67 82 74 65 78 60 69 75 75 56 79 80 60 66 80 78 68 65 60 65 53 64 78 54 83 53 74 57 71 80 72 74 71 58 76 Name Evans, Suc Ewen, Karen Ewing. Ruth Eyrse, Nina Facey, Barbara Fable, Cheryl Falkenberg, Linda Falkenberg, Mary Fanaff, Margaret Fanaff, Terry Favro, Pamela Fench, Aretha Fem, Jana Fetters, Carol Fic. Kathy Fields, Nadine Files, Goleathea Filipovich, Sandra Finch, Dorothy Fineske, Nancy Fink, Connie Fink, Lydia Fink, Marilyn Flint, Patricia Flores, Hilda Flowers. Carolyn Floyd. Sharon Flunder, Eunice Foster, Dorothy Foster, Rosemary Foster. Shirley Fournier, Gloria Francis, Diana Francis, Linda Francis. Sandra Franklin, Chyrl Franklin, Cynthia Franklin, Sandra Freeman, Ethel French, Diana French. Luana Frick, Sandra Fries, Mary Fromm, Karen Furman, Pamela Gable. Tessa Gaisser, Natalie Galloway, Franccine Galvin, Beckie Gambrill, Julia Gantz. Suzanne Garner, Diane Gamer, Gale Garner, Jacqueline Gartee, Shirley Gee, Judith Geier. Patti Geis, Merrie-Sue Gennings, Joellen Georgia, Carol Gifford. Mary Gigandet, Judith Gill. Ann Glanzman, Suzanne Glcndening, Bobbic Glenn, Eunice Goedert. Cheryl Goetz. Marie Goldstein. Sharon Goldstein, Sylvia Gonzalez, Gloria Goodrich, Karen Gorsuch, Grace Gozdowski, Margaret Gran. Candace Gmsser, Ellen Graves. Ronita Gray, Suzanne Green. Evelyn Greenlee, Gladys Greunke, Carol Grice. Kathy Griffen. Geraldine Grizolono, Susan Gyums, Pauline Haase. Beverly Haberland, Kathie Hahn, Judy Hall, Betty Name Hamilton, Judith Hankins, Mary Hanna. Ann Hannaford, Sue Hanover, Pamela Harbert, Cheryl Harcort. Linda Harding, Ruth Harlow, jeanettc Harmack, Lesley Harrison, Barbara Harrison, Betty jean Harrison, Sara Harvey, Cheryl Haskins. Phyllis Hasler. Heidi Hasler, Karen Hasselschwert. Cindy Hawkins, Barbara Hawkins. Veronica Hayes, Eleanor Haynes. Carla Hays, Ruth Hazelbaker, Joy Henck. Bonita Henderson, Fannie Hendricks, Sharon Hendrix, Barbara Hendrix, Ella Hensley, June Hernandez, Lydia Hicks. Elizabeth Hier, Sheila Hill, Betsy Hill, Diane Hill, Mary Hills, Judith Hills, Joycelynn Himes, Judith Hines. Brenda Hitchner, Judith Hocmuth, Karen Hocmuth, Joyce Hoff, Judith Hogan, Vernita Holdren, Kay Hollabaugh. Sharon Hollar, Barbara Holst. Patricia Holtfreter. Patricia Honisko. Sandra Horn. Elizabeth Hornyak, Kathleen Horosewski. Viola Horvath, Frances Hoskins, Shirley Houston, Cynthia Howard. Margo Howard. Roberta Hubbard, Diane Huebner, Margaret Huebner. Shirley Huff, Jennifer Hunt, Delores Hunt. Mary Hurst. Neva Iler, Sandra Insenga, Dolores Insenga. Karen hwin, Nancy Jackson, Estella Jackson, Janet Jackson, Lynn Jackson, Patricia Jacobs, Carol Ann Jakab, Mary James, Lee Jankowski, Diane Iarzeboski, Janet Jaskowiak, Linda Jaynes, Sue Jeakle, Janice Jeakle, Patricia Jeffery, Joan Jenna, Peggi .Ieziorowski, Catherine Ieziorowski, Deanna Jirinec, Linda Johns, Marcia Johnson, Constance Page 83 70 57 57 67 65 75 80 80 78 80 82 60 71 67 68 71 79 59 71 59 60 77 70 59 80 73 76 70 83 75 83 83 68 56 74 75 57 72 78 83 82 53 73 64 56 74 74 79 74 74 82 73 71 74 78 71 73 76 60 58 67 53 69 79 60 83 83 69 70 54 74 79 80 67 71 72 81 77 78 70 75 56 57 6O 83 55 78 65 55 Name Johnson, Delphine Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Linda Johnson. Susie Jolley, Kay Jones, Barbara Jones, Cloddie Jones, Dorothy Jones, Edna Jones, Gaynell Jones, Janice Jones, Lydia Jones, Mildred Tones, Phyllis Jones, Sandy Kaczmarczyk, Janice Kain, Donna Kajfasz, Patricia Karchner. Judith Kasch, Janet Kasten. Gloria Kazmaier. Linda Keaton, Rosella Keeblcr, Karen Keefer, Carol Keefer. Frani Keel, Jane Keen, Vicki Keil, Carol Keller, Martha Kelley, Alice Ke1ley, Beverly Kellum. Sharon Kelly. Patricia Kemmerly, Nancy Kennedy, Larene Kennedy, Mary Kerschbaum, Ann Kibler. Hazel Kidd, Karol King, Carole Kirk, Sue Kiss, Karen Kline, Jackie Knaggs, Jean Knapp, Carol Knapp, Jill Knowlson, Susan Knox, Randi Kohanski, Linda Kohn, Linda Kohring, Carolyn Korakas. Judy Korakas. Mildred Kovacs. Donna Kovacs, janet Kramer, Carolyn Kramer. Kay Kratl, Judy Krausc, Carolyn Krohn, Rosemary Kroos. Nanca Kross, Daryl Krueger, Doris Krueger, Lucinda Kruegcr, Nancy 1. Krueger, Nancy 1.. Krueger. Sue Krusc. Betty Krusc. Sally Kubiak. Lynne Kuhn, Sandra Kuhn. Paulette Kulczak, Pat Kunikowski, Theresa Kurschat, Karen Kurtz, Joyce Kutz. Marlene Kwiatkowski, Judy Lacy, Mary Jane Ladd. Kay Lampkowski, Catherine Langenderfcr, Cheri Larsen. Diane Laskey, Janice Lawson, Barbara Lay, Alma Lax Sarah 1.0a, Jenny League. Kay Leck, Diedre Leck, June Legg, Betty Page 64 59 5 5 64 71 80 55 71 79 60 64 79 71 80 81 65 53 78 81 82 81 83 83 57 67 70 58 80 79 79 59 78 53 60 79 73 53 69 67 70 55 67 67 80 67 67 55 74 56 78 81 78 65 54 56 66 57 54 67 74 71 67 82 78 64 79 64 65 74 80 60 81 81 74 83 79 71 78 83 54 67 75 81 80 83 59 74 79 60 71 53 78 56 59 Name Leiter. Karen Lcitner. Carol Lennon. Barbara Lentz. Linda Lentz. Sue Lenz, Patricia Lewis, Ellen Lindhorst. Doreen Lipkc, Frances Lipsey, Marian Little, Louise Loar. Cheryl Loeluke, Libby Loos, Linda Loper, Ivy Lopez: Sylvia Lorr. Caroline Loucks. Marsha Love, Terrie Lovell, Janice Luckett, Jacqueline Lulfs. Carolyn Lundy, Sharon Lyons, Rose Mary Machcinski, Sandra Machinski. Shirley Mallory, Gerry Mancini. Geraldine Mann, Jane Mann, Martha Manning, Kathleen Manz, Beverly Mnrciniak, Margaret Markley, Nancy Martin, Carlean Martin, Carrie Martin, Constance Mason, Barbara Mason, Judy Mason, Marsha Mason, Ruthanne Mason. Sally Mason. Willa Mae Matccki, Joan Matzinger, Betty Mauk. Lucinda Mauthc, Helen Maxwell. Gloria Mayo, Linda McAuley, Kathy McBride, Barbara McCleary4 Jeanne McClellan, Rosetta McClorrinc, Linda McCloud. Marcia McClure, Karen McCoy, Dorothy McDonald, Naomi McGovern, Bobbie McGovern. Sherryl McGranahan, Cathy McIntre. Nancy McKenzie, Linda McLennan. Betty McNutt, Linda Meade, Judy Medan. Marcia Meeker. Cathy Meeker. Suzanne Meisner, Darlene Mendez. Eloise Mercer. Sandy Mercer. Sharon Merzke, Linda Meschke, Marilyn Metzger, Georgetta Metzger. Judith Meyer, Delores Meyer, Marilyn Meyers, Linda Mickens, Carol Mielke, Christina Milde. Micky Militzer. Cynthia Miller. Alice Miller. Brenda Miller, Jeanette Miller, Karen Miller, Lona Miller, Mildred Miller, Patricia Miller, Patricia A. Mills. Cheryl Mitchell, Barbara MitchclL Floy Page 80 65 80 78 66 78 79 79 58 67 77 72 78 81 71 74 53 80 78 69 79 65 55 76 83 68 60 55 67 68 76 83 83 78 76 75 79 82 74 54 74 59 64 54 77 83 78 70 71 68 79 79 72 57 71 80 75 66 65 73 56 81 74 69 73 58 74 83 67 83 65 71 75 64 67 80 55 77 57 71 77 71 7O 80 74 57 74 78 55 67 Name MitchelL Lois Mitchell, Patricia Moan, Marsha Moccabee, Kathy Moeller, Susan Moline, Martina Moline, RoseAnn Monahan, Jo Ann Monahan, Mary Monhollen, Carolyn Montelongo, Rose Montry, Sharon Moore, Anne Moore, Janice Moore, Jerline Moore, Roxie Moran, Margaret Morgan, Marie Morrison. Mona Morse. Marley Mosher. Tess Moungie. Diana Mugler, Marianne Murrie. Cookie Myerholtz, Laura Myers, Charlene Myers, Nora Lou Mynhier, Patricia Mys, Mary Needles, Elizabeth Neeley, Charlotte Neeley, Patricia Nerlich. Gloria Newman, Karen Newman, Patricia Nichoson, Nela Nickey, Edith Niekranz, Debra Niekranz, Judy Nieswander, Linda Noll, Laura Nowaczyk, Lillian Nowak. Carol Nowicki, Kathryn Nuding, Pamela Nunley, Joyce Nunley, Norma Oestreich. Judy Oikle. Patricia O'Neil, Jean O'Neil. Peggy O'Neill, Pat Osman. Judy Overholt. Linda Overstreet, Brenda Overstreet, Janice Page, Mattie, Page, Sandy Palka, Judy Palmer. Nancy Palmerton. Linda Panning, Judith Parish. Marilyn Parker, Clara Parker, Sally Pasch. Robin Passolt, Carolyn Passolt, Marilyn Patridge, Mary Patten. Mary Patterson, Donna Patterson, Sandra Patton, Barbara Patton. Manzetta Pauken, Anita Peace, Beverly Pearson, Brenda Pelker, Saundra Pendleton, Linda Pendleton, Penny Perry, Sandra Perz, Connie Peters, Betty Peters, Judy Peterson. Susan Pfeifer, Kathy Phenizy, Nellie Phillipa Joanne PiaseckL Camille Pickens, Jacqueline Pier, Becky Pierce. Frances Pockmire, Barbara :155: Page 72 53 70 79 77 66 75 75 60 80 77 79 57 69 68 79 79 75 67 78 79 78 81 60 64 78 79 71 79 82 53 78 82 54 75 75 6o 67 67 78 54 56 55 74 74 64 68 80 80 83 64 68 54 78 74 66 59 70 80 79 67 74 74 55 56 6O 54 77 59 67 71 69 59 82 82 74 57 82 80 77 72 71 83 68 79 83 72 64 53 83 Name Polesovsky, Beverly Pollock, Cherie Pontious. Darlene Poole. Sharon Popek, Frances Popp, Helen Porter, Maxine Powell, Sylvia Prentice, Linda Price, Janet Probert, Margie Pund. Tina Purefoy, Mildred Quackenbush, Sharon Radde. Lois Rader, LeAnn Radke, Jean Radtke. Nora Raitz. Susan Ramsdell, Sharon Rand, Renee Randall, Corliss Randall, Jo Anne Randall. Sharon Rapp, Judy Rausch. Sandra Rayford. Annie Rayford, Flora Redfem. Delores Reed, Janis Reed. Mary Reehl, Jo Anne Reeves, Karen Reeves. Mitzi Reid, Betty Reid, Mildred Reifert, Mary Reiter, Judy Reitz, JoAnne ' Reitz, Mary Remias, Marilynn Repass, Pat Respress, Dieberth Reyes, Crisceida Reyes. Rosario Reynolds, Kathleen Reynolds, Rosalie Reynolds, Sandra Rice, Candace Rice. Linda Richards, Patricia A. Richards. Patricia Richardson, Margaret Richmond, Cynthia Rife: Opal Riffner. Cheri Riley, Marilyn Rill, Judy Risner, Karen Roach, Susan Robertson, Sherril Robinson, Bobbi Robinson. Edna Robinson. Gaynell Rode. Elaine Rodrigues. Mary Roesch. Constance Rogge. Frances Ronfeldt. Susan Rosebrock. Susan Rospert, Anita Rossvanes, Nancy Rost. Donna Rothlisberger, Darlene Roundell. Connie Rover. Pamela Rudzinski, Sharon Samson, Donna Samudio, Judy Sanchez, Alice Sandridge, Patricia Sandy, Diane Sass. Carole Saunders. Darlene Schick. Susan Schliebner. Laura Schmidt, Janet Schmieder, Bonnie Schneider, Cheryl Schoonever, Gayle Schultz, Carol Schultz, Jean Schultz, Barbara ' Page 66 70 53 57 83 58 68 6O 81 77 66 70 83 68 81 82 65 83 74 74 82 68 6O 73 72 80 71 71 73 71 59 60 73 78 73 60 80 83 69 73 56 71 79 70 77 76 77 77 58 79 56 54 71 79 57 81 75 69 72 59 6O 60 67 71 81 60 73 54 54 73 69 80 78 c J 82 72 ., I 79 71 83 79 77 56 58 70 57 73 83 77 60 69 53 60 Name Schwanbeck, Sherry Schwanitz, Mary Schwanitz, Peggy Scoby, Jean Scoby, Virginia Scott, Chris Scott, Janice Scott, LaVeda Scott, Wanda Secrest, Kathy Seymour, Sharon Shaw, Judy Shawley, Pam Sherman, Darlene Sherriff, Kathryn Shields. Sharon Shock, Sue Shunk, Lee Ann Siders, Kathy Siders, Sylvia Sick, Anita Sick, Linda Simmons, Rosie Simpson, Alfreda Sirbu, Susan Sisson, Jessie Skentrowicz. Helga Slicker, Janice Sliwinski, Agnes Sloan, Cynthia Smith, Barbara Smith, Betty Smith, Iulie Smith, Karen Smith, Kathleen Smith. Kathy Smith, Liz Smith, Michele Smith, Mimi Smith, Pamela Smith. Rosemary Smith, Sharon Smith. Shirley Smith. Susan Snuggs, Pat Snyder, Brenda Snvder. Karen Sondys, Diane Sookev, Elizabeth Speight, Peggy Spicer, Sue Spitulski. Annette Squire, Wilma Stafford, Charleen Stanley, Kathv Stanton. Phyllis Starkloff, Ruthannc Starks Paula Steam. Holley Stefanski. Donna Stemmermann. Tamara Stephens, Linda Stephens. Martha Stevens. Donna Stevenson. Charlene Stewart. Evelyn Stewart. Pamela Stewart. Rosalind Stewart. Sandra Stickle. Pat Stieben. Cheryl Stine, Tudith Stine, Sm: Stipes. Sharon Stoffer. Karen Stone. Judy Stover. Jane Strabley, Nancy Straver. Toanne Streib. Karen Striplinz. Taney Strohl. Yeti Lynne Strohl. Marilvn Strubbe, Patricia Struble. Kafhleen Summers, Christine Sutcr. Pam Sutton Gail Swaro. Suzzanne Swiergosz, Dianne Syph. Treva Tallman, Judy Tappen. Sharon Taraschke, Beth Taraschke, Sue Page 65 66 Name Taylor, Pam Taylor, Rosemary Temple, Sue Teopas, Suzanne Tesch, Kay Tholl, Karen Thomas, Judy Thompson, Glenda Thorpe, Donna Tibbits, Judy Tobias. Brenda Toth. Susan Tracht, Peggy Tracy, Leatha Trahd, Peggy Trail, Carolyn Trail. Maxine Trainer, Donnetta Trauger, Ann Tressler, Sharon Truchan. Donna Trumbull, Georgia Abramczyk, John Adams, Ray Adkins, James Aemmer, Bob Albright, Ron Albright. Scott Allen, Ed Allen, Larry Alley, Tom Ammon, Lowell Anderson, Ronnie Antolini. Fred Armstrong, James Armstrong, Ron Asendorf, Randy Atkins, Fred Austin, James Auth. Larry Awls. Claude Baccus, Wilbert Badertscher, Barry Bagner, Byron Bagner, Jim Bagrowski, Andrew Baker. Tom Ball. Edward Ball, Greg Ball. James Ball. Roger Banker. Larry Baranski, Dave Barber, John Barker, James Barnes. Randy Barnes. Robbie Barnum. Kenneth Barrv. Howard Bartko. Mike Bartlev. Richard Bartolett Tom Bauer. Teff Beck. Bruce Beck. Dale Beening, Fred Belcher. Tom Bennett, Martin Benson, Dick Bernath, Ernie Berndt. Garv Berry. Chuck Berrv, Patrick Bersticker, Neil Bester, Henry Bierley, Tom Biglow. Dave Black. DeWayne Black. Doug Black. Richard Blankenship. Ron Boardman, Bill Boehk, Tom Boerst, Gary Page 60 80 55 65 55 54 66 56 55 76 74 79 71 70 78 55 68 80 74 80 83 83 Name Tubbs, Sharon Tucker, Patricia Tyler, Sylvia Ulery, Darlene Valdes, Rita Vallade, Vicky Vance, Amanda Vamey, Barbara Vaughn, Mildred Veith, Jackie Veith, Kathy Veler. Charlene Verdon, Carolyn Vemansky, Sue Vincent, Connie Vinson, Aryl-Jeanne Vinson, Eileen Vogel, Carolyn Vogel, Marilyn Vogelpohl, Karen Boles. Walter Bollinger, Ed Boomer. Donald Boone. William Borgelt, Bruce Boschen. Otto Bost. Ietton Bostick. Kenneth Bostwick, Kim Bothast, Leslie Braker, Fred Brandt, David Braun, Bob Braunschweiger, Mark Brazer. Mike Breitner, Craig Bremer, Alan Bremer, Phil Bristow, Ray Brown. Charles Brown. Charles A. Brown, Danny Brown, Herbert Brown. Jerry Brown. 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Russell Cochran Patrick Page 5 5 56 66 78 80 80 67 77 79 66 56 79 67 67 64 53 82 60 6O 79 59 65 69 55 71 56 73 7O 73 66 71 68 68 54 74 69 58 73 71 73 78 57 65 53 66 75 77 75 59 68 78 71 83 74 55 59 68 59 82 53 54 75 57 80 56 76 66 70 7O 73 S3 82 56 83 58 80 58 66 59 65 Name Vorraber, D'Nessc Wachter, Rebecca Waganfeald, Georgia Waite, Kathy Wales, Joyce Walker, Beverley Walker, Christina Walker, jean Wallick, Betty Jean Wallington, Linda Wandtka, Andrea Wnndtke, Jennifer Ware, JoAnne Warejko, Joyce Warner. Kathleen Waterman, Nancy Waters, Joyce Watson, Sue Weatherford, Laureen Webster. Judith W'echsel, Glenna Coffey, Mike Coger, John Coken Wendell Coleman, John Coleman. Ronald Coley, Adell Coley, James Coley, LeRoy Coley, Willie Collins, john Collins, Lester Collins, Mike Collins, Robert Collins, Stephen Colter. Bill Colwell, Alan Calvin, Louie Cook, Carl Cook, Tames Cope. 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Patricia Wells, Jacqulyn Wendel, Nina Wendt, Suzanne Werner, Patricia Wertz, Linda Westfall, Barbara Westfall, Carol Westrup, Paulette, Water, Judy Wetzel, Ginger White, Grace White, Karen WhittleV Nora Wibberley, Marilyn Wiczynski, Karen Wiegand, Pat Wigfall, Gloria Wiggins, Bernice KWHliams, Beverly Williams, Kathy Dittman' Dick Dittman, Doug Dixon, Craig Dobrzynski, Dave Donaldson. Robert Donnelly, Dennis Donnelly. Kenneth Dotson, Terry Douglas, Dennis Douglas, Thomas Dowling, Jim Doyle, Billy Doyle, Bob Draham, Casimir Drath, James Dreps. Denny Drescher. David Driver, Andrew Dudderar. Jim Duffey, Tim Duncan, Gan! Dunsworth, Lany Durham, Kenneth Durham, Mike Durham, Terry Durkett, Stephen Duryea. Richard Duty, Jack Earl. Clifford Easley, Robert Eason. Rodney Easterly, Ed Eberts. Don Ebright, Lloyd Eck, David Edmonds. Robert Eiben. Jim Eldredge, Dave Elfering, Dick Eliasou, James Ellinger, Gary Ellis. Ronald Emahiser, Dick Emch. Gary Emch, Larry Emline, Dave English. 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Tom Frey, Dick Frey, Don Friemark, James Friemark. Tom Fries. Robert Fuehr. Michael Fuller, Robert Fuller, Scott Gable. Rod Gaddie. David Gzzglione, Charles Gaisser. Mike Galambos, Nick Gallagher, David Ganchou, Gary Gannon. Glenn Ganss, David Gardiner, Ted Gamer. Bill Garner, Lee Garrett, Joe Garrison, Phil Garver. Pat Gawmnski, Ted Gehrs, Ken Gainer. James Gerschultz, Richard Gillen. Dan Ginther. Walter Gluuser, David Glaze. Russell Glover, Jim Gorham. Hugh Gors. Bill Grau, Douglas Graves. John Graves, Paul Page 67 64 74 69 59 55 67 73 69 6O 60 78 71 60 64 79 76 72 56 74 70 65 69 66 83 ,1 ! 1'1 Name Johnson, Delphine Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Linda Johnson, Susie Jolley, Kay Jones, Barbara Jones, Cloddic Jones, Dorothy Jones, Edna Jones, Gayncll Jones, Janice Jones, Lydia Jones, Mildred Iones, Phyllis Jones, Sandy Kaczmarczyk, Janice Kain, Donna Kaifasz, Patricia Karchner, judith Kasch, Janet Kasten. Gloria Kazmaier, Linda Keaton, Rosella Keebler, Karen Keefer, Carol Keefer. Frani Keel, Jane Keen, Vicki Keil, Carol Keller, Martha Kelley, Alice Kelley, Beverly Kellum, Sharon Kelly, Patricia Kemmerly, Nancy Kennedy, Larene Kennedy, Mary Kerschbaum, Ann Kibler. Hazel Kidd, Karol King, Carole Kirk, Sue Kiss. Karen Kline, Jackie Knaggs, Jean Knapp, Carol Knapp. Jill Knowlson. Susan Knox, Randi Kohanski, Linda Kohn. Linda Kohring, Carolyn Korakas, Judy Korakas, Mildred Kovacs. Donna Kovacs, Janet Kramer, Carolyn Kramer. Kay Kraft, Judy Kmuse. Carolyn Krohn, Rosemary Kroos. Nanca Kross, Daryl Krueger, Doris Krueger. Lucinda Krueger, Nancy 1. Krueger, Nancy L. Krueger. Sue Kruse. Betty Kruse. Sally Kubiak. Lynne Kuhn, Sandra Kuhn, Paulette Kulczak, Pat Kunikowski. Theresa Kurschat, Karen Kurtz, Joyce Kutz, Marlene Kwiatkowski, Judy Lacy, Mary Jane Ladd. Kay Lampkowski, Catherine Langenderfer. Cheri Larsen. Diane Laskey, Janice Lawson. Barbara Lay, Alma Lay, Sarah Lea, Jenny League, Kay Leck. Diedrc Leck, June Legg, Betty Page 64 59 5 5 64 71 80 55 71 79 60 64 79 71 80 81 65 55 7s 81 82 81 83 83 57 67 7o 58 80 79 79 59 73 55 60 79 75 53 69 67 70 55 67 67 80 67 67 55 74 56 78 81 78 65 54 56 66 57 54 67 74 71 67 82 7s 64 79 64 65 74 80 60 81 81 74 83 79 71 7s 35 54 67 75 81 8O 35 59 74 79 60 71 53 78 56 59 Name Leiter. Karen Lcitner. Carol Lennom Barbara Lentz. Linda Lentz. Sue Lenz, Patricia Lewis. Ellen Lindhorst. Doreen Lipke, Frances Lipsey, Marian Little, Louise Loar. Cheryl Loehrke. Libby Loos. Linda Loper, Ivy Loper, Sylvia Lorr. Caroline Loucks. Marsha Love. Terrie Lovell, Janice Luckett, Jacqueline Lulfs. Carolyn Lundy, Sharon Lyons, Rose Mary Machcinski, Sandra Machinski. Shirley Mallory, Gerry Mancini. Geraldine Mann, Jane Mann. Martha Manning, Kathleen Manz. Beverly Marciniak, Margaret Markley, Nancy Martin. Carlean Martim Carrie Martin, Constance Mason, Barbara Mason, Judy Mason, Marsha Mason. 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Linda Panning, Judith Parish. Marilyn Parker, Clam Parker, Sally Pasch. Robin Passolt, Carolyn Passolt, Marilyn Patridge. Mary Patten, Mary Patterson, Donna Patterson. Sandra Patton, Barbara Patton. Manzetta Pauken. Anita Peace, Beverly Pearson, Brenda Pelker, Saundra Pendleton, Linda Pendleton, Penny Perry, Sandra Perz, Connie Peters, Betty Peters, Judy Peterson, Susan Pfeifer. Kathy Phenizy, Nellie Phillips' Joanne Piasecki, Camille Pickens. Jacqueline Pier, Becky Pierce. Frances Pockmire, Barbara :155: Page 72 53 70 79 77 66 75 75 80 77 79 57 69 68 79 79 75 67 78 79 78 81 60 64 78 79 71 79 82 53 78 82 .54 75 73 60 67 67 78 54 56 74 74 64 68 80 80 83 64 68 54 78 74 66 59 70 80 79 6O 67 74 74 55 56 60 54 77 59 67 71 69 59 82 82 74 57 82 80 77 72 71 83 68 79 83 72 64 53 83 Name Polesovsky, Beverly Pollock, Cherie Pontious, Darlene Poole. Sharon Popek, Frances Popp, Helen Porter. Maxine Powell, Sylvia Prentice, Linda Price, Janet Probert, Margie Pund. Tina Purefoy, Mildred Quackenbush, Sharon Radde. Lois Rader, LeAnn Radke, Jean Radtke. Nora Raitz. Susan Ramsdell, Sharon Rand. Renee Randall, Corliss Randall, Jo Anne Randall. Sharon Rapp. Judy Rausch. Sandra Rayford, Annie Rayford, Flora Redfem, Delores Reed, Janis Reed. Mary Reehl, Jo Anne Reeves, Karen Reeves. Mitzi Reid, Betty Reid, Mildred Reifert, Mary Reiter, Judy Reitz, JoAnne Reitz, Mary Remias. Marilynn Repass, Pat Respress, Dieberth Reyes, Crisceida Reyes. Rosario Reynolds, Kathleen Reynolds, Rosalie Reynolds. Sandra Rice. Candace Rice. Linda Richards. Patricia A. Richards, Patricia Richardson, Margaret Richmond. Cynthia Rife. Opal Riffner. Cheri Riley, Marilyn R111, Judy Risner, Karen Roach, Susan Robertson, Sherri! Robinson, Bobbi Robinson, Edna Robinson. Gaynell Rode. Elaine Rodrigues, Mary Roesch, Constance Rogge. Frances Ronfeldt. Susan Rosebrock. Susan Rospert, Anita Rossvanes, Nancy Rost. Donna Rothlisberger, Darlene RoundelL Connie Rover, Pamela Rudzinski. Sharon Samson, Donna Samudio, Judy Sanchez. Alice Sandridge. Patricia Sandy, Diane Sass, Carole Saunders. Darlene Schick. Susan Schliebnen Laura Schmidt, Janet Schmieder, Bonnie Schneider, Cheryl Schoonever, Gayle Schultz. Carol Schultz, Jean Schultz, Barbara Page 66 70 53 57 83 58 68 60 81 77 66 70 83 68 81 82 65 83 74 74 82 68 6O 73 72 80 71 71 73 71 59 60 73 78 73 60 80 83 69 73 56 71 79 70 77 76 77 77 58 79 56 54 71 79 57 81 75 69 72 59 60 60 67 71 81 60 73 54 54 73 69 80 78 z 1 82 W9 7... ., I 79 71 83 79 77 56 58 70 57 73 83 77 60 69 53 60 Name Schwanbeck, Sherry Schwanitz, Maty Schwanitz, Peggy Scoby, Jean Scoby, Virginia Scott, Chris Scott, Janice Scott, LaVeda Scott, Wanda Secrest, Kathy Seymour, Sharon Shaw, Judy Shawley, Pam Sherman, Darlene Sherriff, Kathryn Shields. Sharon Shock, Sue Shunk, Lee Ann Siders, Kathy Siders, Sylvia Sick, Anita Siek, Linda Simmons, Rosie Simpson, Alfreda Sirbu, Susan Sisson, Jessie Skentrowicz. Helga Slicker, Janice Sliwinski, Agnes Sloan, Cynthia Smith, Barbara Smith. Betty Smith, Tulie Smith, Karen Smith, Kathleen Smith, Kathy Smith. Liz Smith, Michele Smith, Mimi Smith, Pamela Smith. Rosemary Smith, Sharon Smith. Shirley Smith, Susan Snuggs, Pat Snyder. Brenda Snvder. Karen Sondys, Diane Sookey, Elizabeth Speight, Peggy Spicer, Sue Spitulski, Annette Squire, Wilma Stafford, Charleen Stanley, Kathv Stanton. Phyllis Starkloff. Ruthanne Starks, Paula Steam. Holley Stefanski. Donna Stemmermann. Tamara Stephens. Linda Stephens. Martha Stevens. Donna Stevenson. Charlene Stewart, Evelyn Stewart. Pamela Stewart. Rosalind Stewart. Sandra Stickle, Pat Stieben. Cheryl Stine, Tudith Stine. Sue: Stipes. Sharon Stoffer. Karen Stone. Judy Stover. Jane Strablev, Nancy Straver. Toanne Streih. Karen Stripling. Taney Strohl. Teri Lynne Strohl. Marilvn Strubbe. Patricia Struble. Katheen Summers. Christine Suter. Pam Sutton. Gail Swaro. Suzzanne Swiergosz, Dianne Syph. Treva Tallman, Judy Tappen. Sharon Taraschke, Beth Taraschke, Sue Page 65 66 57 54 69 68 68 71 55 66 71 69 5a 59 81 55 67 57 80 5s 57 69 75 54 56 54 68 80 53 81 71 74 78 69 74 74 66 64 66 71 80 80 79 72 54 65 80 71 57 72 67 59 57 71 67 75 56 68 8O 69 59 66 81 6s 68 67 74 78 72 55 81 81 Name Taylor, Pam Taylor, Rosemary Temple, Sue Teopas, Suzanne Tesch, Kay Tholl, Karen Thomas, Judy Thompson, Glenda Thorpe, Donna Tibbits, Judy Tobias. Brenda Toth. Susan Tracht, Peggy Tracy. Leatha Trahd, Peggy Trail, Carolyn Trail. Maxine T miner. Donnetta Trauger, Ann Tressler, Sharon Truchan. Donna Trumbull, Georgia Abramczyk, John Adams, Ray Adkins, James Aemmer, Bob Albright, Ron Albrighr. Scott Allen, Ed Allen, Larry Alley. Tom Amman, Lowell Anderson, Ronnie Antolini. Fred Armstrong. James Armstrong, Ron Ascndorf. Randy Atkins, Fred Austin, James Auth. Larry Awls, Claude Baccus, Wilbert Badertscher, Barry Bagner. Byron Bagner, Jim Banmwski, Andrew Baker. Tom Balk Edward Ball. Greg Ball. James Ball. Roger Banker. Larry Baranski. Dave Barber. John Barker, James Barnes. Randy Barnes. Robbie Barnum. Kenneth Barrv. Howard Bartko. Mike Bartlev. Richard Bartolett. Tom Bauer. Ieff Beck, Bruce Beck. Dale Beening, Fred Belcher, Tom Bennett, Martin Benson, Dick Bernath. Ernie Berndt. Garv Berry, Chuck Berrv. Patrick Bersticker, Neil Bester, Henry Bierley, Tom Biglow. Dave Black. DeWayne Black. Doug Black. Richard Blankenship, Ron Boardman, Bill Boehk. Tom Boerst. Gary Page 60 80 55 65 55 54 66 56 55 76 74 79 71 70 78 55 68 80 74 80 83 83 Name Tubbs, Sharon Tucker, Patricia Tyler, Sylvia Ulery, Darlene Valdes, Rita Vallade, Vicky Vance, Amanda Varney, Barbara Vaughn, Mildred Veith, Jackie Vcith, Kathy Veler, Charlene Verdon, Carolyn Versansky, Sue Vincent, Connie Vinson, Aryl-Jeanne Vinson, Eileen Vogel. Carolyn Vogel, Marilyn Vogelpohl, Karen Boles, Walter Bollinger, Ed Boomer. Donald Boone, William Borgelt, Bruce Boschen. Otto Bost. Ietton Bostick. Kenneth Bostwick, Kim Bothast. Leslie Braker. Fred Brandt, David Braun, Bob Braunschweiger, Mark Brazer. Mike Breitner, Craig Bremcr, Alan Bremer, Phil Bristow, Ray Brown, Charles Brown. Charles A. Brown, Danny Brown, Herbert Brown. Jerry Brown, Manford Brown. Mike Brown. Richard Brown. William Browning, Melvin Bruce. Rodger Bruhn, David Buck. Richard Buetmer, Doug Bunting. Bill Burbacher, Don Burke. James Burkev. Bob Burnett. Larry Burwell. Mikc Busick. Steve Busson. Richard Butler. Dennis Butler, John Butler, Harley Butte, Arlen Calgie. John Calipetro, Rich Campbell, Harry Canty, John Carpenter, Milton Carter, Albert Carter. Fred Case, David Case. Jack Chamberlain. Bob Chambers, Paul Chambers, Redmond Clark, Carl Clark. Tim Clemons, Maurice Clevenger. Russell Cochran. Patrick Page 55 56 78 80 80 67 77 66 56 79 67 67 64 53 82 60 60 79 59 65 65 69 55 71 56 73 70 73 66 71 68 68 54 74 69 58 73 71 73 78 57 65 53 66 75 77 75 59 53 68 78 71 83 74 55 68 59 82 53 54 75 57 80 56 76 66 70 70 73 83 82 56 83 58 80 58 66 59 65 Name Vorraber, D'Nessc Wachter, Rebecca Waganfeald, Georgia Waite, Kathy Wales, Joyce Walker, Beverley Walker, Christina Walker, Jean Wallick, Betty Jean Wallington, Linda Wandtka, Andrea Wandtke, Jennifer Ware, JoAnne Warejko, Joyce Warner, Kathleen Waterman, Nancy Waters, Joyce Watson, Sue Weatherford, Laureen Webster. Judith Wechsel, Glenna Coffey, Mike Coger, John Coker, Wendell Coleman, John Coleman. Ronald Coley, Adell Coley, James Coley, LeRoy Coley, Willie Collins, John Collins, Lester Collins, Mike Collins, Robert Collins, Stephen Colter, Bill Colwell, Alan Colvin. Louie Cook, Carl Cook, Iames Cope, Ronnie Corbin, Nicholas Cosper, Charles Costell. Edward Cousino. Ed Cousino. Jerry Cousino, Larry Cousino. Leonard Cowley. Richard Cowson. Erie Cox. Michael Crabtree. Frank Craig, Fred Crane. Don Crawford. Jay Crawford Jeff Crippen. Louie Crosson. Dennis Crunkilton, Bob Cunningham. Daniel Curie. Jack CzerwinskL Kenneth Dail. Steve Dalton. Tom D'Amato. Pat Dangler. Ronald Daniel. Charles Dan: Daryl Darrington, Johnny Dauer, David Davies, Tom Davis. Henry Dawson, David Dawson, Johnny Dec, James Deiger, Charles Delker, Charles Derkin. Scott DeViney, Tom Dickens, Todd Dickson. Dennis Dill. Scott Disher, Joe $156; Page 70 83 undercfadd Eoyd 58 58 68 66 78 76 66 76 83 59 65 71 53 74 65 78 58 69 82 69 54 71 68 67 68 69 82 70 79 75 53 56 75 65 73 76 58 70 66 69 81 69 70 53 53 80 73 82 70 82 79 73 75 75 76 81 54 58 83 71 59 67 Name Weed, Cheryl Walker, Patricia Wells, Jacqulyn Wendel, Nina Wendt, Suzanne Werner, Patricia Wertz, Linda Westfall, Barbara Westfall, Carol Westrup, Paulette, Weter, Judy Wetzel, Ginger White, Grace White, Karen Whittle. Nora Wibberley, Marilyn Wiczynski, Karen Vliegand, Pat Wigfall, Gloria Wiggins, Bernice Williams, Beverly Wlilliams, Kathy Dittman, Dick Dittman, Doug Dixon. Craig Dobrzynski, Dave Donaldson. Robert Donnelly, Dennis Donnelly. Kenneth Dotson Terry Douglas, Dennis Douglas, Thomas Bowling Jim Doyle, Billy Doyle, Bob DrahanL Casimir Drath, James Dreps. Denny Dreschcr. David Driver. Andrew Dudderar. jim Duffey, Tim Duncan, Gary Dunsworth, Larly Durham. Kenneth Durham, Mikc Durham, Terry Durkett, Stephen Duryea. Richard Duty, Jack Earl. Clifford Easley, Robert Eason. Rodney Easterly. Ed Eberts, Don Ebright, Lloyd Eck, David Edmonds. Robert Eiben. Jim Eldredge, Dave Elfering, Dick Eliason, james Ellinger. Gary Ellis. Ronald Emahiser. Dick Emch, Gary Emch. Larry Emline, Dave English, Mike Erdmann, Rick Escobar. Victor Espinoza, Mike Eubank, Tom Eulberg, Roy Falkenberg, Charles Faulkner, James Feehrmeyer, Jim Fench, Walter Fetzer. Phil FineskE. Gary Fink. 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Clifford Vogelpohl, Ronnie Vorba, David Vorderburg, Mike Voyles, James Wachter, Bob Wagner, Bill Wagner, Nalin Waldron, Terry Walker, Rick Wallace, Rick Wallbank, John Page 79 53 79 53 69 77 78 54 68 82 80 65 74 82 53 74 54 7O 53 77 66 54 56 7O 54 82 66 79 Name Walters, Jack Wangler, Bill Warburton, Jim Warnecke, Don Warner, Neil Warren, John Warren, Tracy Washington, Johnny Watkins, Bill Watson, Terry Wayne, Billy Weaner. Lowell Weber, Bill Weber, Bob Weber, Jim Webster, Ronald Wechtel, Bob Weed, Jeffrey Weigel, Bob Wenberg, Jim Weygandt, Bob Whaley, John White, Norman White, Raymond While, Steve White, Webster Whitmer, Dan Whittington, Lawrence Whitzel, John Wielgopolski. Dave Wiese, Bob Wiese, Don Page 82 70 65 65 81 75 65 82 73 79 73 65 65 53 80 65 73 68 66 68 7O 66 58 71 74 69 66 74 69 69 r Name Williams Arthur Williams, Curlee Williams, David Williams, Everett Williams, Frank Williams, Jeffrey Williams, John A. Williams, John L. Williams, john M. Williams, Philip Willinger, Michael Willinger, Rick Willis, Dave Winstead, David Wirick, Larry Wood, Walter Woods, Mike Wormley, Jesse Wyland, Frank Wyper, Don Yeager, Jim Young, Bob Young, Bruce Yunker, Frank Yunker, Gary Zahradnik, Jim Zanter, Thomas Zaper, Douglas Zeclc, Douglas Zimmerman, Dave Zitzelberger, Thomas To the friends and relatives of Terry Stine, who passed away on April 28, 1962, as a result of injuries suffered in an automobile accident, we wish to express our most hcart-felt sympathy. Admired by his teachers and classmates for his quiet and cooperative attitude, Terry will be greatly missed by all of us. His greatest interest seemed to be in practical work and the manual arts. By his junior year he had already attained the respect of his contemporaries as is evidenced by his office in the Ohio Chapter of the DeMolays at Calumet Temple. Although he is no longer with us, the memory of his pleasant smile and ready cheerfulness will long remain. "I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead.6He is just away!" -James Whitcomb Riley Page 54 76 77 69 79 69 67 70 55 77 73 59 70 70 77 82 53 71 68 75 73 68 71 67 58 56 67 65 80 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Toledo port pictures supplied by the Toledo Port Authority; Robert Packo, Toledo; and the Blade. Cover page suggestion and key drawings by Chesterfield Hardy, Jr. :158: XJVM E QSAGW x V R$KQV VGQV g x VMQKmV $k Xvi XSJVM ng $Fgu$megNNV NW8 meerw$mx EV VNYYVMQVW NRQV dOwwxXM J.VJ V Vx VAN ., wk? $5 x .x RU . m V, WVf. XWVVJ WWW . x 3L 1 VJ 99M? WWW nd A VUNFHJ . xAprnuJ V; .VVUJ U vwwWWWI qywm 53? V . 1.qu ,. Vunn X, . me Uvai WIVV I nPu .. NV! Inn , u." 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