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

 - Class of 1968

Page 1 of 156

 

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1968 Edition, Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1968 volume:

ff M V fzwbll 7 'L M W xv 7 W W W MMM? 7 f ff L r+,,L' Y X L if V fififw M5 PM M J IIT! layomel "f9?"l?i3ei'wi344 fsnqgygk-54 DIHQ mmoful ww QQEQA PWM ICQ Xi' I Qfgrlkgj 352 gm? .SM TOMB! -L 5355 L14-3L,,, 7LCL',EH,33PCZQ H -354 H016 QAM? In Alix!!! V ' jx U . ff , A TW 1 f' 1 ' - Q , ff X 1 ' ' W V I, . X ,Nb ,J A- 1? ' MfJ"' fy? ,A b W u ,,-'ff 'A ff 'N V 1 UW 1 f . by' Q fum FU lffrf. If ww , 0' f + 1 ' 1 ix ,U M .. Q- K W , I R : K ' Og xi pb! SDN ' ,V ,Lv fr ,LPM 'x , QW I1 ff P ' ' if f ' ' X 'IMXQ N . 4 NIS fs, gg A v VP- xv W ' A w A JW f ff ' k , M' .A LL 7 iv' W " ' JQ 9 ,f .I ,V ' iw f Z V 'ri . If-x - ' lj 1,7!Ll?, ' V ,fall A1 I' A, , xp , iw p my . I ,'T"P 4,5 K A ' X .D Us , fc? bf Q A 4 ,mf K. M 5 uf 'Ml If iw H A V 'I f 'V ' 5 I gl M I V ITA! gd - Liv fu A ' ,J , 1 r rv' 'I gf If ' tl V D ,siL,gi, " . -'14 " ?5,,:!,iJ f A E ' KU If l rf I-A I, Q ' I f 'L .I ,Kr jf, fn flfiy' -h fit! Cvfryjk A 7 I , ,f I '- q 4, J' V .' Q-f f f-' ' 'ff' flff' Af: .I : W I X VUWYF L V: J W6 Jr O I Q i I In 'I 1 ' .JU ! t 'VV . l jlflw gp XV, 1 Ng ' V f 4' hm?-'12 I . - 1 ' X ,r' , A , 5? - 0: ,N I , ' V 1 F -' ' Y A .H , , . -,I ' L Q 1 ,, . A x fb I xx N N 1 4 N 39 '.'J Q ' I I , X Y- x L n ,b Q V . D, N I. N fy . N .V N A .V Y Y 'J' K I ,-8, , A- -' X-Q44 L M Q Q .' ' S in , wwf W f W m + 1, .,, .ewf hewq 1 ipQjW K , V , -1eaur75,,1Q,j if K? ff M 7 , P . t A A , I 1 6 0 Y Ml, J V N KX .L L A 4 , GQ IL" I W -I .T , V, Ar , b 1 tw W 1 ily . N 1 I Q . . Q , Y I n f ' lr A J A V A .' ' A. 1 f,f f 0 I 1-W , , , .., , ff WM WM L?,2L5A4,,74L 5kQAmi?wJ p ff f?i2mQN ,W , QA I---5DfT,Ql"f1 .T .' - .M .FQ '71, - I, -g In-H Mt' '..1 -ig oct! ku H . -Y Y 4 E 1 ,-R . 5. Sw CVROSH5 A will fnliiqcl ., QGl2EEllvl'lCWQ'M5 l Q, X' STA' Lcucil-Q , r. 1 ' Y . J 5, , 1 l gr., I "" i A Q FY eoce ' in Q V ,. A T? - f Af-ilk ' X 1 -X 'I A xi " ', , -1 iural xxztj E i ll WWW l ri i e l i , XQX X ,,W f' l . KVA Xi .xxx I X x J ,, , , X fi f il NJN rl I Xxlxgf? X N11 f we if Us X 'M,g3?f xX 54135 ll JL llxx X Xb ri X fl. ax no XX fr W , 43 i3gQ ' 66? r IW ' gws-X 4 fn f , - nf 1,5 L-wie-4? I' 5' 42 , 47 jazf .- ' -f Zh as ff fn-K f A 4 he iw ,. Q x, 1' -5 I . emi" -gf, f' f V is fi- . It K-4 ilf, f X ' Vg ff lfiizsrzggf -., -F ' xy. ' A 1"'fF'f'-HM' ff? 1'-Q.--zzff 1, . hr, 1 , X , ..,. ,w,s:s-.af 5- ' ,Q A, 3' .A f . 5-fi-Eff-'r9"fi'3?'7i iff N"1"+f ffff' , i,,, ' W mfg- 1,79 1' ' ' tezlg .fy f.4J?L,'-. .,.:'g?:y',44 fee- ,-'44-F" j ',2i?: ' A qi 5 " -1 f 'E-5' 4'-if 5 15211525-, 4 sl'f"'557""' ff-f-rf, 'A N nd ' 5-153 1r'n 2110 A J' ,, .:1, :A:.A,f,'r,.-A,-. V X :.-.ff..fy , ,, -:,,,gq,5., ,. , f QP- f X f L , x xg.. 1 . ,rg-Tyr A-J f ' Ref- i4:fzf.4i y . 3 f N , 1 , 1 Mirrfff F'-if-A-. "-,-1:3 ' "' . Q - X11 N -. , ff -?724":?'?E?'az2l3, . N, 4,51 ' , -I N ' ' Mi- 1 . N 'f 7 --fi fi 'fffy if ,. X , , f .qgigx ' 5 C, - fer:-a .xv wr crews f f fff , 4, rf 'fu r 4 .f.., . ..,, A., X . f f , N , 1 iQ3i33Q5lY-'f2'fL 'ii5i7?'Qff , Nil 'P "M -fl, ,Q iyff ff X f if 6 1 f 1 s,-qgffi.: 4-Q,gt.Z32,7i gpx -ff 4 .. . f- Af4,5-,- Q , . -4 anim- fff ff ziggy -fryg f f E., 'X A . 'f - 2 - , 4 f ff -5,-A-, '-.Q 4 'xo L ' ' Alllf"if72f511 T5 A .35-in .,,. - - 2 -1 F, 1- - 1 ' 'av -- " A 0 Y l iT:a A U Q 4 ii? Y ' 4 , ,V : A ay, f ,Q 4 fy , E , 'W 1 Q x Q, 1 -.N r n ,f 2 W 4 - -J 4 f f , ,Z A -A ,! ' X 5 ff ' 92463. 45 nw ,W-.ff 1 , f 5 X ! ' lf? f NZ wlrllif - l Wrlwwi W ll :zz mopu' ms' aziian :xiii Co-editors ..,.... Faculty ......,.. Seniors Juniors, .....,, ........,.,Pam Tibbits, Fren Hess Doug Hancock, Anita Hetzcr Preston Andrea Mendoza, Sandy I-lcnsley Sophomores... .... ....,.,.. G inncy Williaxnscmn, Penny Zeiter Freshmen . ..,.. .. Activities ....,,... bports ......,.......... Advertisements.. Photographers Karen Vnuck ..,..,..I.imlz1 Wi1de, Jeanne Moesclm Thomasson Bazzell, Mark Gerbeck Ass't ......... ............... ......,... C 1 zrolyn Bailey W "X THE SENIOR CLASS OE 1968 PRESENTS THE S EDELIA EDWARD DRUMMOND LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL ri ,I R ,fu-D X , RJA7 T 5 Q ,V,iR,f V 4 5' L3 'I -, , A S, TK S f HLQSLEQWXOHIQ mf . Q U f clf fu ' J, LY! f'WT'XT fi Lf? 4 W . f I in if 1 ' ka! xi? ily - -. wi.- K K ,fi S! lf fl 4 k ' X g ..-, ,K jbfx 'Y A 1. ' f L lm ,:,LL,L XJ L11 " I A If ff CT V, 7,1 - 1 .fa 11,9 Q km. ,fm fllliqv fl,',L62l'U kj Afvl W I H Q1 jf ,. iq fv QL a AO S v'f1U" 1 K L fy, xg., ,, na L -f H i LIN CW' A"T"2 ' 1 ,X ,. i ' Z ,fx We The mood of a person can best be defined As the quality of temper or state of the mind, A union of the body, the mind and the soul, So easily shifted, quite hard to control. The mood here at Libbey has one warm effect, A combining of loyalty, pride and respect, The pride of the student who is loyal to allg With respect for each other, Libbey stands tall. A preparation to enter life's long weary road, To conquer each hardship, to carry the load, The satisfaction of learning, of making new friends We'll remember and cherish 'till the day that life ends. Four years of enjoyment, four years of life's best, That road is awaiting, putting you to the test. But always remember this short simple rule, Step forward and say proudly. "Libbey'i' My Sched!" The Many Moods of Libbey SADNESS ..... Longing and yearning for someone who's left Like a classmate who's Close, or a friend like "jeff" S USPENSE ..... When we awaited results of a difficult test, Aware that we hadn't really done our best. CA IE TY ..... During Homecoming dance held in the gym, -Blue and gold streamers-the lights down dim. REFLE C TION ..... While we took time for self-evaluation And indulged in dreams. CONFIDENCE ..... What a change from that freshman-doubtful, unsure, To the confident senior-prepared, secure. Poem Ufrilten By JEFF HANCOCK, Clem of '69 24: 9 X 1 E 5 V' N 5 ' J, -fl X -" ?'x L " ' , 'ii' . -!--NN , - X X L . X, .1 I ' 1 rx-1 'ni fl 55:55 , , A iiixx XX ?'X'1 X J X ug, ,L X ' .1 mhz. ' ' X fr -, eu" ' -.1 X ,XX 1 ,QQ . .' . X X- -' 1 ' l 'ff sf.f'f'f QQ " ' "mf: ,1X "E c qw 'W' A . ' - A- Wifi!! 3 V: W ,gg 4 - ' ll'--1 '. f -f' 1- fi , ,f , + ' . ' X, , , - , -133',w:w.+,j4g.-?5fj-:-X Ljg - ' " XX X'3i,,51,h - 'XM ff':XXf5wWXug53wmfN .,,,, X. Ag-- 1 " A' 7 ff, 3 i I' Q 'rf ' s--' , ' 'iw' as 'K-i-f-51'i:f5j'Q53iif, 1 f - 4 E ' A A - 'I . X' 1 l ' ' F ,. ' 'WWwlm.Xa" " 2 P " ' ' 1 C, Z , K X X XX X ,, X 'Xf' 'l.?Q2gTEiQlwjM1xQf 1 f. , 7, w w Y N ? E BL ' x I 1 num- , , 1" f M - "x ' ' 'X N ' l 1 ' AV W 1 ff? ' :I 'I V ' Q' 4' vgwv-H xil a-. i j W '!:', ' - f ,1 ,,,, ,,.,,,,,.,,.,.. , X X gi ' N . J!!! qi l i f l f' "YHRD 121215 1. 'aw E515 5 A 1 --- , , my 12 ' X ' H H g, fl ,W fl N- W '3 '24' w ife. ' 5 1 ' 1 r 2 , 1 Y I' 3 .2 M L X W P M ' I ., . Af ' TM . . " ,, ,, ,,,,, 'rm- "' " - W7 " X- 'X 'Q Q, XA fl' , A uvgsw Je 1 'fxj' XX Q ., "wtf HW-5s ' pw-QQ 1 ie! B , l1QF?f'fT 1ff, 9' ' ' Lf.,,,mA1.M LM u ,,,,, "" H ' -qw - ' , Q , ,J Xvvmx w t i g 5 mg Q -- - A , 'w . - - -,... ..P is 'ggi 2" .N fi Y' f .M 3.1, as ' . V , u 1 V "' r 'fi -T i'1.T g. 4- Y ,l ll .Bll - QI X .... .4 E mu! fl . I B 1.5 A MW -1+ Q I -! M-, ' P' EL 1 1? . X ' Y: my--. ' ,v - ,. - -. if N, ' A 3' H : 2' ' 1-55 Q X n ,. .. 5 1 6- '53 1 , Iv, X ll 5 ' 2 2 - 1 g :Q-0-ff-P ,- .,,. ,, --. . I , X v i 515 X -!I If f rw , I 1 , P Ui ' 55 , m" 11 -1, A ---XX-'X:?,, X .. .fn A ,W4-if M- : , l lu AI-x V W-W'-W B' ' Bw ff H :ff 41 :iv "ff " q '?'4 ' 5 ' 1 'df ' ' f. ' 1 H -w- 1- 'Cf' iw-2-"N V " MQW" Q, - , K .4 ' ' ' ' - -t' 1-'.' -" '- x -., ,X ,- 'T " V Y , ' 1 I' ,N I 1, f' -w 3' , A' ' ' ' - X .-'X , X. v . 1 A , I X ., -X . - -, X -,... ,Q 'A+ . -, ' " ' - rg.-Z 13" - ,i- X X 4 ' I' W ,XX X n Xu' ., ,L , X. , 4 1 , . .- , r X, X .X ' v I ' ' 'mfg -r i ' S 1 ,X . X ,Q , iw 1 ,J L W 1: I -fi: 1,1 J E, -f if ' .:.1g35Q:5y.H95 - ffl ,--Q mu..-1 it - " 54'-WQE, if V:,Q.i.,,g X -rl.. l E4 . -N XL' 'X , . . . A- 4 .. 1. X N xl 4514 'Vik I ll ,QI im Service with a smile! Carol is a loyal Cowboy fan. The Libbey mood will be one of regret when Mrs. Carol Com- stock leaves her duties as Head Clerk-Treasurer in the olflce of Libbey High School this summer. A product of our own Business Department, she has served Libbey well for sixteen years. Mrs. Comstock has worked with the principal, the faculty, and the students with elhciency, patience, and consistent good hu- mor. Witlx it all, she has maintained a personal dignity that has earned everyones respect. We are sorry to lose her but wish for her a bright future, :5: gone! ofuCL, Caro!! 1. x 1 Z5 C414 Always willing to help. :K l uiz eam galafurefi rea giamlaiond ila Xin, wk Champions next vear? 23 E VllBl5f' I rf ,A Cru l Q t Q FD W'SPD's Frank Venner ,presents trophies. liileen Wilstnn, Jerry O'Neal, Myricks McGee, and Mike Pom- meranz epitoiuize the tremendous potential for scholastic achieve- ment at Lilwhey. The entire student hocly. faculty, and administra- tion are justly .proud of the honor brought to the school and the city by this Lihhey Quiz Team. The Senior Class thanks the team for one more laurel tn cul- minate a year of achievement. Congratulations to the 1968 "Champs" and to Mrs. Snow and Mrs. Bonser, who gave invaluable assistance and encouragement to the team. ':7: 1-Nm., Champions jerry O'Neil, Eileen Wilson, Myricks McGee, and Mike Pommeranz Constant innovation and improvement in educational concepts and facilities mark the administration of Mr. Frank Dick, Su- perintendent of Toledo Public Schools. Since his appointment in 1965, Mr. Dick has initiated the expansion of the vocational education program in all the city high schools and the establishment of the "Lighted Schoolhouse" program. Milestones during his tenure include mergers of Adams Local School District and the Spencer-Sharples District with the Toledo public schoolsg establishment of a Council of Instruction for purposes of curriculum study and pos- sible changeg appointment of a director of urban affairsg and the study of the Middle School concept of organization. The use of his talents and energies does not stop at the local level. Mr. Dick par- ticipates in many state-wide programs and is becoming a well-known name in educa- tional circles. Toledo can be sure that Mr. Frank Dick will keep the educational institutions of this city "on the move." Toledo Board of Education: Arthur L. Zeph, Vice Pres.g Richard C. Duffyg Mrs. Maude Shapiro, Pres.g William N. Thomasg Edward S. Foster, J -my . :Sz Mr. james Foltz, former Libbey Student leader and football star, this year succeeded Mr. Loy W. Rusie as principal at Libbey High School. His appointment insures the continued high quality of instruction and administration Toledo has learned to expect. For Mr. Foltz, it has been a year of ex- perimentation ancl cautious innovation, instituting changes in areas where improve- ments can be made but being careful to preserve the many fine traditions that make Libbey unique. Wliile Mr. Rusie gave us the familiar slogan, Libbey Lilian' Loyalty, Mr. Foltz has added a slogan intrinsically his own-Libbey I-Im' PRIDE. Good things are happening at Libbey, and the 1968 graduate looks forward to ever-increasing pride when he says, "I went to Libbey." Mr. Foltz, you have our respect and best wishes. -The Senior Class of i968 Mr. Foltz is initiated into the Chefs Class at the faculty roast GERTRUDE KANNEY JOHN OSGOOD CHARLES MARTIN Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal fmafanf f .15 l"U'lCl,l06L 5 K4 6LI'l 0lfll'l58 0l":f JESSE NORMENT RICHARD THOMPSON School-Community Coordinator Visiting Tcacher I. fi V V ' yi zz r ,Q Qi, Us Aiiszn ' x 2' 5' . 'uf 3 , E ii x , 1-1 , 11 ,,. s Q VICTOR KLEIN LOUISE WHITE WILLIAM FETTERS Boys Counselor Girls Counselor Boys Counselor 6 IRENE HEHR Mathematics , 1 9 S J elgarfmenf S CATHERINE SNOW Enghsh .1 , ri of ff: 6 MM :-V 'L H vx L'-Q an H a,U"l'l'leI'l CHARLES ROBINSON LAWRENCE VANDER Science 6 .,-, 1 s, .s.. .i0J"-vw FRANCES SCHERING Foreign Languages Social Studies ! I y a LY. JULIA MOODY LEO KUBACKI Business Education Industrial Arts 7 Faculty :Izz- The Mood i To Inspire ,.-- - ..-1 . , ,,-I-1 WILLIAM ADKINS Industrial HARRIET BILLMAIER Physical Education DONALD BROWN English RONALD DRAEGER Histor :IW 5 mi! JAMES BICK Arts Mathematics 1 1 ! i F' UE b l l I l I DOROTHY BONSER English . f fi l a' ,f . Pi -If--gg , Wa Q 11 sm :::-.:. , A - H 'fm- ' . j il f , f Q 5 l GLENN BROWNING ,IOHN DILLION History Latin 8: English I "" H . l ifigig ' i fu 3, zz' i is 1 Ms ' WALTER DRAHEIM WILLIAM DROSS y Physical Education Business Education :14: ll' but would Mr. Follz da fuizbozzl his "Girl F1'iilizy,r" 9 .QCJQCLJ XJ' DARRELL DUNLAP Fine Arts f -l s.. nr' N ew! ywedy Mr. ,md Mar. H ebr enjoy Ike family mimi. enefafe , -if CHARLES FOUNTAIN Mathemati cs Nr' JUANITA HILL English :1-5: R NANCY ENGLER English THOMAS GRZYWINSKI Civics NITA HOSTERMAN Speech Therapy - Q A i i 3- lm. law 5 522 . . 5: slllifll E" - Y WT 'W 'xi A 5- :il - - l it - bf 1 - i-...- 'lc f gg: ,ps . A, vi .V , X U MW.: if i .,:- ,- S , .::.,:.f F' sgw ,t -- E42 N if -1:2-ff: Z3 A Ill ,.... Q I-ui ' 'I mv"-f". 5' 351155. ., 3 12 ' 'iff -' AILEEN EBERTH History , Y X --fn IAMES FETTERMAN Industrial Arts IRENE HEI-IR Mathematics A nigh: si ROBERT HUFFMAN Business Education K-'I DONALD HUMMEL JEAN 'HUNSAKER Science English 1 Z4 is 1 fix A 5' BERT JACKSON RAYMOND Occupational IAGODZINSKI Work Experience Science W K, ,ML M-x , . ',fi'i9'3'sr.. ' . ,,. . ,, , b I , Q53 N " if l l ' . l ' l i f ,n,., life' H ' ' A ' l l Q 2 P :-1: 'W -3 s'l'.VQ w+i' fall' ' A ' Hi' f -' Y' :pg 5 5 'fee f it f HJ. E' D MAXINE KAHN EUNICE KATZ CAROL KINNY Social Studies Special Education Economics WILLIAM KISTNER DAVID KOHLER LEO KUBACKI Social Studies Music Industrial Arts X, No, Nlfxr, Snow, ire mn? give building permifx lo le.u'l1w:r! gafllfgy .1 cf f ." Mr. clllff Mr.r. liillzmzivf' :md Mm. if7!Il7I7'C'l' that at Ike fclmlly muff CCel9t5 Blige WJ ,WM f Q .Kumi . is is SS ja 1 K L . IOSEPH LENGA MALINDA LEWIS Science Special Education ,JMWJ mah. . .A LOIS LOEHRKE FRANCES LYNCH German Reading Improvement F . HAROLD MCCLURE IULIA MOODY ANN MORGAN Music Business Education Business Education Var-rv JOHN NEEDLES JAMES NORRIS LINDA OECHSLE Business Education Social Studies English :17: CARL OWEN CHARLES OWENS Industrial Arts SCUSHCC X An apple FROM the 1e:zrbefP?? ANTONY PAPPAS WILLARD PELGER Mathematics Occupational Work Experience if i I l t l ffl J f J' Q. xl ll eff, an ln? 'Y Ca' 5 , 541 5 JOHN PERRY KATIE PETERSON SUSIE PRICE SOCi21l StI.ICll6S EngllSl1 Special Education L " l ,QL N X .i-":':.: ' JEAN PRITCHARD JOHN RAY RALPH REVILL Health Science Mathematics vhnnw l'lC0lfLI"Cl,geJ . 1 ES Z5 , 5:5511 ' yy I 1 5 I 3 ' I I Q4 is E im ' , , j,, I EE .r . f 2 ,' f ' n ' Q ' I I T - .gi 1 :kiw i :Eg id . ... ., Agqg lg a R A 4 5 35. ,. I EW? I ' - "QQ: . 2 'is i E" if EE? ' ..: I ...,Zi a Ll - ' 5' .i , S I og f N-,', "jI'fy , ,T V .: .,,. , , .:EFZ.f': -'-' , -I -2-11-:g:,w, ' LE:::,1:.::,q.:.., w.:.,:.:':g:.1 5 :5g-::-,5f5:?:,f- 1 15-.::::,s.s.:,:. 2: :gi 5,4 :::fg.:,:.s:E:::.e:EEEisE212E1'2'e2E::E2 -:.:-E, fl: gf ,575 .. L-T,g,f1,y:11,.4:35:5:fagz,.:::.,.,.:5a:-- -:',:.,'-::1'E' .-1 if - . '- CHARLES ROBINSON GLORIA ROSS Science c I - H hi ..., , gig . B E :2 . Egg: tw, V I 1.5 , S I W -'E-'ifjii q 15 , Eg,s.,f- " I' R E I ,, :Q-R , " W - J f gzf- K4 .1 Y' 'f L" 15 3-sg A :fisfsfsfaw :-: fl? P," T 'jiswg- ,F ix? Cenmred .'! ' 'M' 'Ky LAUREN SCI-ILESINGER Mathematics FRANCES SCHERING Spanish Led menf CATHERINE SNOXV BIIRTON SPIQE SHIRLEY STEWART P English Business Education Librarian JAMES SUMMERS FLORENCE TANNER ELIZABETH TAYLOR Industrial Arts Home Nursing French : 19: if - N .. ,E E E E 5 E 5 1 VIVIAN TELLER Home 'Economics xml iw me ,X .A RUTH THOMPSON English GRACE VERMILY Science .N,,N,,1T,.,,, K A new ..,,, l mag Emil him-M , E , HEEE ld , .il ' .C-Q: i mziiw H ms 'Y XB ' Fwiw H K LUCRETIA THOMAS Home Economics " S 5, E 1 :':': I fs? Z 5 N F 3 ' if ,.: .,f:.,, Zgmegf fb i .::L ,zz I :.: ,., .,.,.:. - E MA A, I , ' - , 21? S 3 , I.. 1 '5f?iv2fk :': i fliigii. f H sage we-wzflgf ww F Mr. Ruxie bm llmvb al Libbey. LAXWERENCE VYAINTDER Ome j9l"u:ifl'dfi0I'L Social Studies mama RUBY WASHINGTON Mathematics SARAH WIDMAN English ,,,,, W w Y ' . , Q , L ,A Ji We ii . ' x I X y J If Q E . E E im i I H Y H B H if S ii J K 1555. ew-H :',,.,g, .tkiiw-: e .:.s.:.:.:,:. ' """ Q as x '- 1-va S . . Y H H E5-We -' ix 5 , 'fs -W ,:.: : , H :itil ' - :ii --ii ' iw - fe QQ ' Liz f wi: gig . - Q A ..,.i , ..., . -2- Y is , 3 -fr- BERNARD WIINELAND PAM CAMPBELL Social Studies Secretary lil CAROL COMSTOCK Senior Clerk and Treasurer 2.29: Bw ,f,-. i J. i l l, W. i ,WW 4 we l XIEVQ ' HL 5' l 52-T25 l Mi? I A ,LESS :wi We e . W Q Mr. Dmbeim! IIVbere': your ball f1:1.rr??? -A Q- J -IACOUELYN 1lDlNG VELMA KOELSI-I SHIRLEY KREFT BETTY RYAN CHARLOTTE TOBIAS Record Clerk Girls Attendance Clerk Book Clerk Boys' Attendance Clerk Library Clerk . . much .S7afi6!acfion ff' !1""" I Libbeqyir Playboy of the year! Sllfpffig, Mfr. Ron!!! "Hunt and peek" Jyfzem? 3131: -E, i "In one some zhere is no death. The life of cl Jon! on earth lam he- yomi hi: depm'lm'e. You will fzlwayx feel Aho! life lollrhizzg yollrr, Ihnl voice .vfzefzlzizzg lo yon, fha! .rpiril looking Olll of olher eyef, fulking lo you in lhe fmzlilifu' thingy he touch- ezl, worked with, loved fu familiar friomlr, He lizfar on in yom' life and in iho lioex of all olherf lhnl knew him." -ANG1zLo PATRI RONALD BOYD L9 Es EMUHIAM -0 MRS. GLORIA LINDEM AN GERTRUDE BROWN 1-232 MR. ALBERT IEFFERY l MR. S. J. SANDER . I fi N ,Qi 'LVD LUVONNE GARRETT THE MOOD TO EXCEL IN THE ACADEMICS CLASS "AH experience is an arch, to build upon" Henry Brooks Adams . N4 VK , . .,,f-h. '- N ,K SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: foxeph Powerx, PreJ.,' Dennix Liebicla, Vice-PreJ.,' jzznif Rominfki, S ec,,' -11117135 N eal, S gt.-at-Armf. Golden Moments . . sf" if 'fldbf Sandy Albrecht Lowell Allen Albert Almarez Vivian Anaya James Awls Sylvester Awls Diane Bachler janet Bacon I l A r i i v A do I I Bobbie Awls Jeannette Bail . . to Remember Carolyn Bailey Charles Ballard Deborah Ball Diane Ball James Barker Kathy Barnes 'Qff'17j':. ll X ' U . YA N 3' ' i Ronald Battle Larry Bazzell Lillian Bly Michael Bolden bs V-Q ,.f::::iff5"2'.z., .' ,awfimif ++ Shirley Beene Martha Bonds .gm nw,-gy- ,- 'amu fy .f Bill Black Beverly Bliss Karen Booher Kathleen Boykin Q15 V 4 i Charles Brown Mary jo Buck We clmg to each moment . ar' 5213- Westley Brock Rickey Brown janet Burnley Mary Callahan Linda Carter Homecoming Queen Jen Sharon Carter Warren Carver Kathleen Chambers Frank Cherry Linda Chesney James Clark . . . it's our last year P r 2 refefzfezl at Senior fail Sally Champion Diane Charles Sue Clark Donald Coleman Cyrnel Coley Molly Cook Deborah Cooke Jerry Cox C1451 meeting. Linda Dahlke Jesse Davis :29: SENIOR PROM COMJVIITTEE: Row J: Karen King, Karen Booker, Rofie Norzroofl, jmzir Rozrzilzrlai, fame: Never. Rom 2: Ken Davir, Myrirkr McGee, Mike Pommerafzz, Terry Martell, Larry Bazzell, Dave Knrzth. Seniors lead . . ! 1 X l 1 E Kenneth Davis Dorothy Derden joseph Drahan Shirley Dugger Kenneth Dunlap Mary Durham Jerome Edmond Nancy Ehman Linda Ellis William Ellis Bruce Emch Karen Fahle :3Q:: H OMEC OMIN G COMMITTEE: Row 1: Carolyn Bailey, Donite Gaafcla, Karen Vfzaek, Lizzala Wade, Saad y Albrecht, Lauri Switzer, Pam Tibbilr. Row 2: foe Powerr, Ron Mr- Virher, Ken Smilla, jeamze Porier, Deborah Cooke, Margaret Meyer, Pat MeConi't, Kathy ll7i!.roH, Eileen IWiZro1z. . . pirit-Fever-Fire ri, Sharon Fahle Mike Farnsworth james Fettcrs Karen Fic Earline Fields joe Fisher Dorothy Fonder Linda Fortunate Cedric Franklin Elliott Franklin Sharon Frick Gary Frye :31: sr' 'EP' - Donita Gaasch Mary Gartee Michele Gaston Mark Gerbeck Alicesteen Giles Larry Giles Deborah Glover Yvette Goosby Homecoming, Senior Prom . . . v""'a 'EQ' C," Th",- ,gf x l 4454 '1""fTYP Steve Gorsuch Sharon Green Diane Greener Larry Greener Betty Gregory Terry Hamilton Douglas Hancock Clifton Hanks John Hanntun Paulette Harmeyer :32:: 4.-Aff Denise Harper Angela Harris Patricia Hayden Beverly Hedges Rosetta Henderson James Henley . Highlights Wd WX Patricia Hayes Sandi Hensley ff ., -.- l .X lH,'g fc 1 Fran Hess Anita Hetzer Jamie Hicks Lillian Howie Judy Hudgens Evelyn Hutchinson :33: --J h mnim Q Q9 Connie Hoffheins George Horn Sheila Hutson Sheila Hymore John Hyter James Ingersoll Pat Jagodzinski Evonne jaynes Tom Kasprzyk Dennis Keyser Karen King Joanne Klein Ted Isaacs Arnold jackson Sheri jackson Willie Jennings jim johnson Roy johnson We salute . . Mr. G :'zy1uizz,rki, Senior Clan Aflrimr :34: ss H F 1 5,5319 S fi E wifi ami smug, ss m WEE 1 an BN, fm" .lf ng swi ms xi m Q was mam a an ss mam f H 'E nyc E a B ss sm ma ms wma Q SSE En: an mga 5 Www? fwliwiiil gwwigmm Z X93 Emazm lynx W gms ass ss ww xx, ,mms W w wif 'fr' i Navi Ytzrav Rickey Lindsay Patricia McCourt Ronald McVicker Terry Martell 'z Rosa Loper Robert McC1orrine Ruth McCorvey Myricks McGee Ronald McGranahan james McVicker V-I-C-T-C-R-Y . . jack Mabrey Karen Mack Frances Madison Pat Markland Patricia Masiker Bruce Maxwell Roy Meade Sandra Meadows :36: "es 48. 'vw-,- E if Qu , -msg, Andrea Mendoza Kathleen Merritt Margar t Meyer Roselyn Meyer David Miller jack Miller jean Moesh Frank Monto . . Senior Battleery Kathy Moore Margaret Moore Linda Morris Sherhonda Morris Gloria Mosley Reginald Murphy john Myers james Neal Charline Neitling james Never :Q-37:-. ocsggm m awp may ii 1 ,Sim-m jhmm agua m me aw lEETmn:-mawm- Q, - . M f 4 Ngpnf n was eras ruin E is 1 1 ww -1 w :sum Kyle again mmggm xggasp mgmgm Q 2: vigrx E Rose Norwood Dana Noyes jerry O'Nei1 Diane Paluch Steve Pheils Mildred Phenizy Kathy Phillips Frank Pimiento Mike Pommeranz Jeanne Porter Merlezmn Nunley jim O'Leary Cathy Oliver Barbara Parker Martin Patterson Peona Peek 1 i 66 QQ ooo CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE: Diane Bnclvfcr, Anrlrefz Mezzdozfl, ROJEZJVI Meyer, Mary Sue Reyzzoldnj, Domm Pnavlnzi, ffmel Blli'lIf6j', jim Lr1Berr114, 15711105 Neal. 133i lt! "H", 1 i W R Q 1 I -...f l Joseph Powers Donna Preston Kathryn Price Tim Redfox Ray Reitz Mary Sue Reynolds . . . the Best Year to Graduate 2' 51? 519- an 1 7 14 " l' ' Q out ,.. if-ad' Q1 - 'if-'K AJ 1 '1 34-2 , I .W u , - ,.--a N Q wi 1 as Y. " arf" Lela Price Wesley Proshek Terry Reynolds Yvonne Richards MEMORIAL COMMITTEE: folm H yler, Angela Hfzrrir, Terry Kuhn, Mike Ringer Donald Roberts Aflfzrle Gerbeffe, Dfillg I-Imzcock. Cheryl Robinson Irma Robinson Lillian Rolen Gordon Rolfes z3g: i i BANQUET COMMITTEE: Ken Dmzlfzjz, Fmfz Hen, Kfzrefz Fic, Kathy Clmnzberzr, Den- nis Liebicla, Ginny Willimmofz, Slaaron Frith, Evomze fayrzex, Toni Woodmamy, Bob Siler. ational Honor -football . . Janis Romiuski Todd Rose Gloryl Russ jon Sackrider Peggy Sayen Michael Scott Betty Sexton Gerald Sherman Robert Shorter Edith Schuman Patricia Sijan Robert Siler :40: ll SENIOR TRIP COMMITTEE: Row 1: Debbie Vefzzke, lemz Moefla, Mr. Foltz Row 2: ferry O'Ne2l, Cathy Oliver, fame: Fetferf . . Quiz Bowl - basketball 'r,. 1 Calvin Smith Deland Solomon mia AS is an me ns an a 55 :.. 53555 i gg i mi x 1 afi Jie '43 i' ,hggg .:wyZz...,5:,.,7K,i ,fiyj 'rzl4f'wf.'v . :xx . ,, nag wa Katheru Slusher Alma Smith Kenneth Smith Richard Smith Sarah Smith Scottie Smith Mike Soncrant Evelyn Spearman Yvonne Spencer Richard Stacy buss m.ss m Ray Stivenson Bill Stokes Mavis Stubblefield Velma Sullivan mem ES me Elaine Tall Robert Taylor Rick Terrill Pamela Tibbits Linda. Trail Pat Turner :4z: We Ruth Stone Linda Suter james Thomasson Belinda Vnnler mmm m as I sm W 1 Hi H ma . in ba- Robert Stovall Lauri Switzer Pride . . . E www - Km Q is , -ff. wma- MJ! of H ., H wp - .. -. EK"?l'fE5.7f. ' mg --v mpg., Debbie Thornhill Deborah Vanzke a as ii zu, W die Taq' . 'Z-" 'K 51 ffl V M, I x p-.I H . - N wisxq I W M y 1 A ' Sf- , :gud L jlhl'zf , 'Q' ., '- , ' ' " K-sk f 1'. rl lpn 3 i .1 L,"i' L W"-.5, 1 -1 l l' "-15325. Y r :FP 5'3e'5.fi . fI 'iii 1-v Z' - vi . i , in J H Karen Vnuck Linda Wade Sataria Walker Bill Washer Corine Waters Nelda Wellinv Cher 1 Welsh Christine Wertz 2: Y . . . LIBBEY ,W-A Toyce White Rochelle Whitnelcl Michael Whitmer Roy Wiegand Virginia Williamson Anthony Willoughby Eileen Wilson Kathy Wilson Patricia Winter Toni Wooclmancy 243: Kathy Woullard Richard Wright Penny Zeiter Peaches Zinn Theodore Avery Craig Barnes Dale Barnhill Kenneth Black Eugene Brown Jerome Coleman Carrie Coley Terry Cousino Larry Dey Mark Fink james Francis Connie Garcia Craig Gerald Gary Gray James Green John Hague David Hardison james Hart J Joan Yorke NOT PICTURED L-44: Alice Young Gloria Hernandez Sammie Jackson Frederick jones Patti Lowrie Richard McGarahan Judith Martinez Linda Morrow Phillip Rayford Sandra Ream Linda Rodriguez Oscar Rodriguez Gilbert Ruiz Cora Sherwood Linda Staunton Linda Stucker Willie Tisdale Cheryl Waldon Annie Wormely Marilyn Zdrojewski N B W i I i I x . . I' ff., 5111-5 ,?f1C?f . f2'5Vf, K J... 1 1 2. Y, .5 r- 'L 'g f ,A V' ,l,.v. we fav- .Af -wi, ,,,-,fl me p N. Sorry man, your credit is no good! You c1m't stay here in those threads. I told you this place was gl'-fl-L1-VY. The Great unwashed. You Cdflyf prove a thing! There is power-in thc flower. Sock it to me Susuzy. Soul Brothers :47: Mr. llyfllfllllllf, junior Clan A:lz'i.r0r, ledrlr the Clam IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS' Of ,69- Galen Frief, PreJ'ide11t,' Rfllllllllzl Slffbblefielcl, Vive Pre.ride21l,' Knlhy Colwell, Sec.-Tv'en.r.,' Wnylle Nlark- lflml, Sgl.-nl-Arms je ynamic . . ROW 1-Floyd Abercrombie, Patsy Adams, Tyrone Allison, Delores Anderson, Tim Antoine, Kenneth Armer, Cindy Armstrong, Iris Asher ROW 2--Eva Awls, Barbara Bail, Sharon Ballard, Ron Barker, Ron Barnett, Gary Barwiler, Mike Baskey, Gloria Baucom ROW 5-Gwen Baucom, Mary Beene, Rosemarie Bey, David Blacksheare, Diane Blacksheare, Jacqueline Blueitt, Albert Bowman, Clara Brooks . 'S-L, i. his .Y , QQZ, i B 5' .ii ,,,,.. 'Ab fi A J lv ARK 'flifhl v . ' f A . ' ai .Q l , Aint X . I is w,.,a., ,., -f , . ...X , M ' . A " " Q 9 ' I ... ..., X li-4' :ll A 'xq2',l, ... . AK is 'T x1 X fa., fa ROW 1-john Brossia, Linda Brown, joseph Bruhey, Sharon Buckhalter, Edward Burks, Carolyn Burrs, Bruce Camp, jennifer Campbell ROW 2-Rebecca Canas, janean Carothers, Kenneth Carter, Michael Carter, Belinda Casares, Milton Chambers, Eileen Cherry, Jeanette Chlebowski Cf l . aaa of 69 ROW 1-Judy Clark, Evonne Cobb, Beverly Coker, Kathy Colwell, Charles Coogler, Geralda Cordero, Kathy Craig, Karen Cullum ROW 2-Barry Cuningham, Delphine Daniels, joe Darnell, Nancy Dauers, jane Daughtery, Stanley Dembski, Daniel Dewitt, Francine Diamond ROW 3-Linda Dodd, William Donaldson, Audrey Donly, Charlene Donly, Thomas Doutehett, Sarah Drake, William Duke, Patrick Durham in t --x -5' , 1 L N, Q .ia - F 4 .7 i 'A it E fri it , Q f. W 1 i Ytii ,ii X V ' lx' 2 ' lu ii I ,Y 'l . -:- i X ,A , ,. I .,:V H Q -I A 1 N Qi ij. gz, :gi gig Q M it g I if - x. ' , -1'1 .al i ,A me ,. in '. . 'r 45851: 43- ,! ' .:.1 , " " -n ' . .-. -:- :-i,::g ' .V ":.f., ' A I V ,V W . 111- ' 'Et " :"- " ' in To ' I lf ,. ig! iz, i n , 4 Wietg, ,nhl Y h K ' I i A Y 1 .. ' 'Pl' ve N 1 ,K 1 1 , A Lfffi fa., I 1 V I Q, ,- i i in 1 'ir ' ' tier Q" "' , J - - as 1 'I' 'M ': Q. V., ' C l 'i J It ' 'QI-.v,..M '. 'J ' - H ' f -very' - . .. V- B I- ' Vi. 'Qu' l . LZ LZ:rfZ,, , , 3 Il an , ., , jg-r ig - , 'J W 'i ' Q ' -fu. ...,. .Y.. - A f - . - . -.44 ' , W- IUNIOR RING COMMITTEE Sheila Sigler, Rick Feller, Linda McEwen, Margo Oliver, Eddie Engel Trail, Don H olman, Carol Krueger ROW 1-Fred Edmond, Leonard Elkins, Clarence Ellis, Norma ROW 2-Kenneth Erwin, Norman Fair, Lana Barren, Richard Feller an iora eceiue ony- waifecl . . ROW 1-Valentino Flores, Eugene Floyd, Sue Foster, David Fox, Janice Frick, Mike Friemark, Galen Fries, Janice Fritts ROW 2-jerry Fromm, Rosemarie Frye, Mike Gaiter, Norma Gansmiller, Henrietta Garrett, Steve Gillard, Deborah Glover, Mar- tha Goldstein ROW 3-Josephine Gonzales, Marcia Gramling, Dale Gratop, Partricia Gribble, Barbara Haberlancl, Roland Hairston, Carl Ham, Quincy Ham . - r L 4 3 ' ' Q A 4- 15, i . . f- K x -V Aw I 'Z' V in 1'-.W , r,-if . 3 is , - 7 I fl M 'iii fwx 2 L is f, g.raifg,:KQ W as i i """ we we E K I E 54: X, Q! ass, R HE. he - ew H, if , E In ,., ..,, , 'A lsr M gg K gg ,,.,: Q giul I zuz i 'K W I ..:l i flifl , , l W liii ' W ,,f-, e Y ll M O l :SQ-:. -af' L K. M I J "fr . 1' ' ' Ii" in-1 fill. ROW 1-Jeff Hancock, Linda Harmen, Eva Harris, Patricia Harris Russell Harris Sarah HREIIS Linda Hartwxg Marco Harvey ROW 2-Wayne Henderson, Linda Henley, Emil Henneman, Vivan Henson Cheryl Hetzer Evelyn Hicks Bob Hill Robert Hiser . 6 aria inga ROW 1-Dexter Holloway, Donald Holman, Winona Horton, Nathaniel Houston, Al Hubbard, Jacqueline Hubbard, Patricia Hubbard, Diane Huggins 3 ROW 2-Teresa Ibarra, Sunceray Jackson, Mark Jagodzinski Helen Jarosz ROW 3-Marilyn Jefferson, Dessa Jenkins, Alphonso Jennings, Roosevelt Jennings ln x A . -"'N.., y-A , y wi., :.i f H Sv ' re zzz. :,, Q- ,-fe K Ag? ....f Y w H 5 1' ,Q in .. ,,i . , 'H is X ig gm E L is . .,. -I L :fri . S, fu. ' -A+ A--- . :., H I Jjx e 3 'f mis .i lei, In X .A -ill. .L ROW 1-Stanley Jeriorowski, Mary johnson, Raymond johnson, Troy johnson, Ardenia jones, Brenda jones, Charles Jones, Dan- iel jones ROW 2-Nathaniel jones, Randall jones, Willie jones, Mike Krajfasz, Dale Kanauel, Daniel Kazmierczak, Bill Kellum, Cecelia Kerns uniom ain ecognifion . . . ROW 1-Linda Kimball, Carol King, Geraldine Klocko, Mark Klostermeier ROW 2-Karen Koller, Rosemary Kries, Denise Krolik, Carol Krueger fzmior claeerleaderx Barb, Nmm, and Deb help bring Jpirit, fever, ROW 3-Ernest Lamb, Patricia Laster, Shonn Latimer, Marsha and fre to loyal Libbeyiier. ' Leiter, Doreen Lemay, Earl Lesure, Linda Linden, Chris Lubahn 4' Ox 'YN-X .- FQ V N A A l i xv. Pc il Qi In .K xg 2, ' L .pq Q wr. H H A' .' ii " ' j : .- . --r W . 1 wi- . T E 522 , 5. Zia eg S. H H ii ii H H M H E Q' l it 2, 26 , it Q,- N 'iw W - - Qi ge Ha E . 'gig H H - Q 1 if Q miie: " 4 l . ' : ' ' 1 1 '71 ia - f . L . ' ., .-M11 -t' . E E E 2... H me r aa ei sa E 24 ea km -:- 1 ' :': ' ' ' ni 'X ii M E' ivK..,x E 'F , L I: wi ,fi :':, .QI-I - I -452: -Q, 5 if A , -, -':.,, 1 gpg, W- fs ?N 1 ' r , 'r 4 4 ,,, XY gggh, i gg, ki Vx f i f - .gl iw ,. ROW 1-Theresa Lucas, Ruben Luna, james MacFar1ene, Ronald McCourt, Thomas McDonagh, Linda McEwen, Suzanne Mc- Govern, Rebecca McGraw ROW 2-Darnell McGruder, Patsy Mclntire, Gordon McIntosh, Diane McNutt, Robert Malone, Regina Managhan, Art Mancini, Richard Mann 6 mpefl? 65560120 ROW 1-Wayne Markland, Gary Martell, Michael Masiker, Barbara Massey, Eddie May, Brenda Mayard, Charles Meredith, Doug- las Meyer ROW 2-Vickie Miller, Victor Mitchell, Lorelyn Mockbee, Joseph Montes, Dennis Montgomery, joe Morawski, john Morse, Waymond Murphy ROW 5-Lehman Myers, Mike Myers, Dave Newman, josetta Newton, Margo Oliver, Ronnie Orzechowski, John Parker, Reginia Peppers 'Rx 1 -N ff. ,-, 9 ,,. VI is H ,Q ' X R1 i ,. S533 f 1 s Y 'Vs l i if Q , i I : :f"l'i:'fQ 4' , W -lj. 1 5 i L , X MR 'ff la fi eg, , 1 ,. I , P' . ,W , i A J , Y . , IUNIOR PLAY COMMITTEE ROW 1-Michelle Perry, Ron Pheils, Lola Posada, David Pribe Riclmrd Mmm, Nmzcy Dfzzzer, jean Crzrolherr, Mike Mmilew, ROW 2-Debbie Proshek, Sheila Ramsdell, Dennis Rankins, ll'lfll'lf9ll Salufifz, Bill Domzlclson, Michelle Perry, Linda Sims William Rawls loving ringa . . ROW 1-Brenda Rayford, Ethel Reed, Paulette Reid, Richard Reitz, Roger Richards, Gregory Rodriquez, Richard Rodriquez, Carl Rogers ROW 2-Dennis Rogers, Donald Rolf, Shelley Roloff, Sharon Saar, Martha Salwisz, Herbert Sandribge, Patricia Sauers, Joyce Scott ROW 5-Sandra Scott, julia Schwartz, Susan Schwartz, Gary Shaver, john Shelton, Gerald Sherman, Geraldine Shorter, Sheila Sigler N . rf in 'NW I N ,r 'VT Q 'Rl' t 'A A ' : I 'Ir-ea , , it: al, . 0 'ff X f 3, V 4 ,, AL dv will V si re- O ,,, N:-X 'EN-" 3 tl 5' 15.9 R l ku . la I ROW 1-Nnnalee Siler, Linda Sims, Oliver Sims, Diane Smith IUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE ROW 2-Larry Smith, Leroy Smith, Patricia Smith, Priscilla Smith ROW' 1fDebbie Wade, Pmftie Sailers, Mfzrtlm Goldxtein, Linda Kimble, Cindy Armmfong, Slmron Bnckbazzlter ROIV 2-Guy Spmzzz, Ernie Wilxozz, Nate fairer, Randall Innes, Debra Turner unior pfay an nom ROW 1-Sharon Smith, Gary Soncrant, Guy Spann, Richard Sparks, Anita Spratlen, Abraham Steward, John Steward, Al Stokes ROW 2-Elizabeth Stone, James Stover, john Stover, Charlene Strasel, Bettie Stuard, Ramona Stubblefield, Wardell Stubblelield, Frances Tate ROW 3-Lynette Terry, Gerald Tesluk, Eddie Trail, Deborah Turner, Richard Turner, Edward VanLeer, Scoot Varnes, David Venzke www ws: is QF'-p 45 X is ia' . i H l .Y i 'fi-1 1 ' ' ' n 0 Q i 1 9 'li L i .- ' r 1, U -em, ' 'a i 'E V ROW 1-Dianne Wade, Gerald Wagner, Linda Waller, john Walsh, jan Walter, Ruby Walton, Tom Warejko, Phyllis Warren ROW 2-Beth Warvel, Tom Washer, Brenda Watkins, Linda Watson, Denise Wieford, Gary Weills, Forest Whitney, John Williams unions oliool' jorward jo Z9 IUNIORS NOT PICTURED Reva Banks james Beasley james Burgess Larry Chittum Pamela Connel Veela Cothren Herbert England Thomas Fischer Daniel Gonzales Ronald Graves Marshall James Diana johnson Sherry Knotts Alex Meles Donna Moeller Ronald Moore John Noll Nearies Parker Deborah Rinehart Charles Robinson Dennis Ryan Shirely Slaughter Eric Synder Marilyn Tatum Scott XValter Leon Wilson Lanette Woody'ard ROW 1-Ted Williams, Linda Williamson, Darlene Wilson, Ernie Wilson ROW 2-Walter Wishnewitz, Geraldine Wormely, Dennis Young, James Young ROW 3-Nadine Yoxthimer, Casir Zablocki, George Zablocki, Betty Zinn is ,K fi." 43 1, 1+ ' N ,., f in N 9. 'US we .SDOIUAOHQOFQ 6F61-56 82,96 . . . ROW 1-Beverly Abbott, Cardell Adams, Wardell Adams, Frances Aiken, Laura Aiken, Thomas Albrecht, Donna Allen, james Allen, Victoria Allen, Robert Alley, Theresa Alvarez, Bonnie Andrews ROW 2-jennifer Andros, Carolyn Anello, Rhonda Armstrong, Lilly Baccus, Shirley Baird, Cornel Ballard, Kristine Barker, Donna Barnes, Margo Barnhill, Ronald Barnhill, Colleen Barrett, Pam Barwiler ROW 5-Lerman Battle, Janice Baucon, Patricia Bazzell, Linda Beeman, Charles Bell, Steve Benner, Delores Bennett, Becky Bertsch, joel Binkley, Mike Binkowski, Dianne Biscard, Brett Blanks ROXV 4-Tommy Blueitt, George Bly, Susan Bodi, Nancy Boerst, Ronald Boldon, Becky Booher, Pat Boomer, janisc Boza, Willie Braggs, Irene Brenson, Ronald Brewer, Loretta Bridges ROW 5-Catherine Broaden, Joyce Brock, Lionel Brock, James Brooks, Victoria Brooks, Beverly Brown, Brandi Brown, Elaine Brown, Rebecca Bru- ney, Donna Bruton, Michael Bey Bryant, William Bey Bryant lr i 1 -l " 1. lr v il- QT' .1 v- ..., 1 'lv' , - JC,-31 XA V 0, I. . . . we clude? jacbfion ROXV 1-Gary Burks, Marolyn Burrs, William Burruss, Cynthia Butler, Neal Carothers, Diane Carter, Floyd Carter, Fred Carter, Norma Carver, VC'illiam Casey, Thomas Cavanaugh, Gail Chaney ROW 2-Deborah Chesney, Judith Chelbowski, Margaret Coleman, Gary Collins, Vara Colquitt, Vivian Colquitt, Mary Cook, Henry Cooper, Sharon Cornell, john Cortez, Linda Cousino, Susan Cousino ROW 5-Craig Cousins, Merlin Cox, Willard Cox, Colleen Coy, Phyllis Crabbs, Ann Craig, Ioan Crawford, Pat Dahlke, David Danford, Betty Davis, Debbie Davis, Lloyd Davis ROW 4-Norman Davis, Roland Davis, Pearleaner Day, Patricia Dennis, Charles Diaz, Israel Diaz, Dan Dismuke, Dave Dismuke, Keith Douglas, Larry Douglass, jackie Draheim, David Drake ROW 5-Fred Duby, Susan Dugay, Carolyn Early, Barbara Edwards, Leon Elkins, Cindy Engelharclt, james Erd, Roy Estis, Annette Faison, Don Falk, Mary Falkenberg, Mary Ferguson . y k i I If x 3 .-xv A i I QKL -R .ul X ii ,Tv 1 if 115 I5 'N 4 A i , 'Z'.QiL.r.. V W it :59: w I 4 Marianne Foust, Deloris Franklin, Bridget Fratilla ROW 2-Jennie Friddell, Iris Fuqua, Rita Gainey, Kathy Gal, Stanley Susan Geis, Fran Geremski, Patricia Gill ROW 3-Steven Gillard, Ray Gilreath, Harold Glover, Fluerette Goosby, Carolyn Hall, Gerald Hamilton, Richard Hannum ROW 4-Carolyn Hanslign, Dorothy Harding, Frederick Harris, Janice Hartfield, Theresa Hawkins, Linda Hayes, Frenshirl Haywood " .1 -' N 'F' F ' . s . J un- .' E ' tl S" r ' 5 0' 1 " -. . v. .- A f ' f A l 4 -X -3 l i h lx f' t , -3 L . r 'L A CQ" , i 4: I t S' H is r 4 HL 1 J . l ii F . ROW 1-Mary Fernandez, Charlotte Fields, Alex Fisher, Leota Fisher, David Flores, William Flynn, Ever ,lean Forcl, Linda Foster, Phillip Foster, Ganshow, Willie Garmon, Robert Garrett, Stella Garrett, Duane Garland, Leon Grace, Betty Graham, Ellen Gray, Douglas Grochowski, Larry Hadley, Harris, Patricia Harris, Velma Harris, Larry Harroun, Denise Hart, Marjean ROW' 5-Michael Heard, Gwen Henson, Ann Hewitt, Ernest Hicks, Medic Hicks, Darlene Hill, Larry Hill, Linda Hill, Marlene Hill, Xeatha Hitt, Mary Hollar, Connie Holmes .SZIDAOHQOPQJ OZQLQ s. ROV' 1-Larry Holston, Cynthia Hoskins, Charles Houston, john Houston, Mae Howard, Renee Howard, Willie Howard, Mary Hrebic, jean Huling, Linda Huling, Jill Humpert, Thorne! Humphrey ROW 2-Ernie Irons, Bnnetta Jackson, Diane james, Clarence Iennings, Shirley johns, Babette johnson, Barbara johnson, john Johnson, Judy John- son, Theresa Johnson, Tommie johnson, William johnson ROW 3-Paul Johnston, Bob jones, Carlester jones, Gregory Jones, Marinett jones, Martha jones, Robert Jordon, Debbie Kanavel, John Kasior- kiewicz, Margaret Keatley, Thomas Kehres, Steven Kelly ROW 4-Aunita King, Laura King, Mike Koepfer, Geraldine Kohli, Karen Korakas, Genia Kraft, Mike Kramer, Sue Krantz, Denis Kruckowski, Aaron Laffartha, james Lzlffartha, Melvin Lamb ROW 5-Ursula Lamb, Karl LaVrar, Sharon Lawson, Corrine Lazar, Darla Leary, Gregory Legech, Terry Leu, Gwendolyn Lewis, jimmy Lewis, Janice Lindhorst, Dwight Lloyd, Delores Lockett 6 2 .SZl0A0l'l'l0l"e6 6lUe we ellel' :51: S10 0l'l'LOI"e5 eI'I'L2l'l'l6el' 342 paid gui . . . ROW 1-Anthony Lopez, Diane Lopez, Richard Lopez, JoAnn Lorenzen, Ellie Lutchey, Donna McCauley, Leo McClain, Renita McElya, jeffrey McGrail, jane McGraw, john Mciafferty, Doris McMullin ROW 2-Rebecca McNutt, jerry Madden, Donna Mance, Reba Marr, Augusta Marshall, Maurice Marshall, Connie Martinez, Suzana Martinez, Maria Mendoza, Pam Mercer, Ralph Meyer, Vicky Meyer ROW 3-Dorothy Miles, Dave Miller, Larry Miller, Debra Mitchell, Robert Mitchell, Terrell Mitchell, Dennis Moeller, Linda Molnar, Michael Moody, Perry Moore, Theresa Moore, jim Morawski ROW 4-Marsha Morell, Del Morris, Mike Musgrave, Annie Myers, Gregory Mys, Dave Neuendnrf, Doug Neuenclorf, Robert Newborn, joseph Newburry, Barbara Nickson, Carol Noonan, Patrick Noonan ROW 5-Halbert Norrils, Paul Nungester, Dennise O'Leary, Iohn O'Lea1y, Wilina Oliver, Hope Ortega, Virginia Ortega, James Osborne, Louis Pantoja, Robert Patrazalek, Clyde Perkins,, jim Perry 'ip l s ,L Y Q Y :62:. , 2 .ef if, r A'- . OZJOOL j0l'LUal"6! 30 jk? gbtfufe ROW 1-William Perry, Carl Peterson, Kenneth Pettaway, Anthony Pierson, Vonzell Powell, Nancy Pratt, james Pruden, Constantino Puente, Greg Ramsey, Margaret Ramsey, Ollie Ransey, Quitman Ransey ROW 2-Ina Rawls, jackie Rayford, Ken Recknagel, Anthony Rhodes, Henry Rhodes, Robert Rhodes, janet Rice, Sarah Richards, Diane Richard- son, Constance Ridley, DeWayvne Riley, Pam Robarge ROW 3-Mamie Robbins, Donna Robinson, Alicia Rodriguez, Rita Rodriguez, John Rogowski, Ginger Rowe, Mary Ruiz, Barbara Salwisz, Lila Sampson, Lynett Sauers, Roberta Schiewe, Martin Schmieder ROW 4-Howard Schropp, Deborah Severance, Margaret Sheets, Bruce Shelton, Karl Sherwood, Pamela Shivers, Kathy Shope, Janie Shrop- shire, Joyce Siler, Alice Simmons, Clarke Small, Arthur Smith ROW 5-David Smith, Debbie Smith, Frederick Smith, Lawrence Smith, Louis Smith, Pamela Smith, Sarah Smith, Sherman Smith, Debra Snyder, David Soto, LaVoughn Spearman, Brenda Staples Q. 1 75, ,A - - -4 1:51 l l 4 - - - 1,:- 'i Q 'J I , J it A imma i 3 ' , 't a it li, :gk L 1 ,U -allies ,t' xi Q . sa r iw, .4- ,ax 1.. . '- 1 w" it ' U i .N . rs. Ll A t 5 . l 'J t. if S ..,. t, Q W Q ' it if - -E i '- Q - x P 1 l I if - 'Z' V l Q 1? '81 ,l 1 ei ,i tb Q , , ,., l , 9 . . ' 1 f 1 , R' -' Q53 .. W ' 'W' " A ' ew . .,.... lf 3 ii' :"::: f S ff , I.: 3 A -sp . K " V5 1 I E . .. ,.. ,.., I , X ' E, n f. Q: .,. . .,. . W 2" :fy-' .. lt- , I , Q ' , it I B , ..: -P ii- 1 I- :Ei - - ji: E ':"- 's J 2 ,1 ..,,. .,., i . . E T 1 E, . 5 ., , L, eaffi., lf ' B -I .,. gf ' 55: :il fi I l :. .:. LL ,lf ,.:...:. ,v I X , ,N H 2. J ,, , - z Q my W ..., . , ROW 1-Louie Stefanoni, Cheryl Stewart, Denise Stewart, Tommy Stewart, Diane Switzer, Judy Swope, Raymond Swope, Calvin Szymkowiak, Ray Tall, Timothy Tallman, Bruce Taylor, Barbara Thompson ROW 2-Eugene Thompson Sheila Thompson, Yolanda Trevino, jefferson Turner, Sofia Valdes, john Valerius, Harold -Varnes, Guadalupe Villolous, Cornelius Vines, Georgia Vogelbacher, Bonnie Vribes, Judith Wagner ROW 3-Sue Wagner, Debbie Vlfaldron, Pat Waliduda, Benus Walker, Carmen Wallace, Reginald Walton, Chalise Wfarner, Cornelious Warren, Mike Waters, Tyrone XVaters ROW 4-Meschelle Watkins, Thomas Westmeyer, Susan Whitenack, james Whitney, Lee Whittle, Sandra Vfigfall, Jack Williams, joseph Wil- liams, Michael Williams, Thomas Williams ROW 5-Arthur Willoughby, Brenda Wilson, Ronald Wilson, Shirley Winters, Kaye Woodard, Jan Wooden, Vernon Woodfork, Barbara Woolley, Jerry Wormley ROW 6-Greg Wortham, james Wriglmt, Mary Wright, Loretta Young, Roy Young, Walter Young, Barbara Zinn, Ronald Zoltraski SOPHOMORES without Pictures - Stephanie Cargile Sammy Golden Mathew Lennon Wendy Quisenberry Ronald Coats Zenola Jackson john Madison David Rodriquez Bob Duby Paul Kitchen Bob Mason Marsha Young 'M :s-1: , l MQ Q i . lx O ii uh- l I , f L R 6 gferfklfiefl ef cgellel' D ROW 1-Steve Adamczewski, Edna Adkins, Katherine Aiken, Tim Albert, Sam Alfred, Susan Allred, Lois Anderson, Paul Andrews, Joseph Andros, Linda Arce, Barbara Arrington, Michele Arrington, Robert Arrington, William Avery ROW 2-Lenoa Bagner, David Bailey, judy Bailey, Eddie Baiz, Renata Baker, Brad Ball, jerline Ballard, Anthony Barber, Kathy Barnhill, Betty Barringer, Michael Bates, Waymon Baucom, Debra Bays, janet Beene ROW 5-Janice Beene, Rebecca Belcher, Shirley Bell, Clarence Bennett, Vickie Bennett, Cathy Beringer, Fred Beringer, Cheryl Birr, Jesse Black, Geneva Blackshcar, Gracie Blackshear, Ruben Blackshear, jackie Blair, Barbara Bonds ROW 4-Margo Bordner, Shirley Boyd, Patricia Brady, Rebecca Brady, Richard Brewer, Irma Britt, jean Brogan, Monica Brown, Pauline Brown, Stanford Brown, Delesia Bruster, Cathy Buck, Michael Buck, Mitchell Buck ROW 5--Sandra Buck, Selina Bunts, Deborah Burgess, Laessle Burk, Karl Burroughs, Florence Buser, Vicki Bushman, Adetra Butler, Mary Butler, Cindy Byers, Dennis Bylow, Dave Canas, Marlene Carmona, Marta Carnes ROW 6-Lenore Caro, Debra Carter, Lawrence Carter, Curtis Caiwell, Diana Casares, Thomas Castro, Christine Chagolla, Mike Chaney, Bishop Chatman, Chester Childress, Denise Chlebowski, Diane Chlebowski, Patricia Christan, Glen Cincala :55: ROW 1--Richard Clapp, Elise Clark, Edward Coker, Roclney Cole, Edward Coleman, Joe Coleman, Vickie Coleman, Carol Collins, Danny Collins, Karen Connerton, Sharon Connerton, John Conrad, Allen Cook, Bill Cook ROW 2-Gary Cook, Cathy Cope, Gloria Cortez, Sterlin Cox, Maureen Coy, David Crippen, Patricia Crippen, Wlilson Crittington, Phillip Cureton, Mike Daly, Dave Dailey, Mike Dandino, Betty Danhauer, David Darnell ROW 3-Arnetta Davis, Carla Davis, Dianna Davis, Helen Davis, joesph Davis, Pam Davis, Irene Dawson, Claude Day, Kathleen Delikate, Chris Demecs, Dave Demecs, Sallie Dicken, Glenn Dixon, Dean Dodd ROW 4-Kathleen Dodge, Kathy Domagala, Wayne Dorise, Dorothy Dotson, Curtis Dowling, Edward Drahan, Dennis Drysel, Sharon Dugger, Cynthia Duke, Jim Dungan, Martha Duren, Robert Edmond, Christine Elgin, Lynn Elkins ROW 5-Richard Ellis, Connie Emline, Ross Engelharclt, Diane Evans, Edward Evans, I-lilcla Evans, Becky Fahle, Jeannie Farnham, Thomas Farnham, Ronald Feller, Marquetta Fench, Dave Fielos, Wilbur Fields, Charles Fischer l"2el'l 0l'l'l IQ eCf6 k., ' ii ls 1'- i E 3 ,., N ,, , E., Y : ? i 1 ,4 3 ' 'Vik "J I .1-55: " A , A Msg, A 1 f 'l 1 Ki :. i 'f J . 12 1 - N It V vb 5' :-: iz- Q ..',s,,. ,. .. 'I -W F .. e ir. V f L -n. V 5, - 'i , ':-: - v . as . , i lx, , l -1-fi i . .fi G G , l , A 4 -H x ,i-, i -F i- . Q, L. Q Q , '-y ii 6 , . V . .i if -4 ,xi has Hg. H x L L '7-lj" 1 K R I . xl E X K - f :--- 'xii vli i i re- l "' in F 5 V K - X A L L. 1' ' jreahman moon! ROW 1-Marlene Fisher, jose Flores, Beverly Floyd, jackie Foreman, Marcella Foust, Nancy Friemark, Ken Frosch, Gary Fufaro, Theoclora Gaiser, Regino Garcia, Ruth Garmon, Linda Garner, Rose Garnent, jane Garrett ROW 2-Becky Garrison, Lucretia Gary, Corliss Gaston, Gary Gehrs, Donald Gensler, Rick Gerbeck, Frank Gillard, Deborah Glassner, Teressa Globensky, Varelta Glover, Sue Goodwin, Zaneta Goosby, Daniel Granados, Gloria Granados ROW 3-Cheryl Grant, Dennise Grant, Susan Grass, Connie Green, Gayle Green, Dietrick Griffin, james Griffith, Charlene Grow, Robert Gumtow, Donald Gunkel, Phyllis Guziolek, Sherl Haberland, Ronald Hadley, Steve Hadley ROW 4-Tony Hague, Pamela Hairston, Gary I-Iam, Toby Hansen, Evelyn Hanner, Cynthia Harman, Charles Harris, Debra Harris, George Harris, Gwendolyn Harris, Ruth Harris, Irene Harrison, Louann Harrison, Sylvester Harrison ROW 5-Basil Harroun, Shelby Hartman, Debra Harvey, Melvin Hayes, Richard Hayes, Carl Henning, Stanley Henson, Roger Hernandez, Judy Hetzer, Joanne Hicklin, Vivian Hicks, james Hightower, Donna Hinman, John Hiser :67': ROW 1-Mary Hodrick, Anne Hoffheins, Patti Holden, Francyne Hollins, Gerald Holman, james Holmes, Lucinda Holmes, Michael Holmes, Rose Mary Holmes, Barbara Horton, Ronald Hoskins, Beverly Howard, Everly Howard, Rita Hudson ROW 2-Alice Huebner, Sulema Huerta, Yolanda Huerta, Christina Huggins, Fred Hughes, john Hughes, Sammuel Hughes, jackie Humpert, Robert Hannum, Pam Ingram, jack Isaacs, Gail jackson, Judy jackson, Mary jackson ROW 3-Lola james, janet jaynes, Jean jefferson, Joyce jefferson, Linda Jelinek, Garry jenkins, Ronald jenkins, Albert Jennings, Alma jen- nings, Harriet johnson, Herbert johnson, Malinda johnson, Pamela johnson, Patricia johnson ROW 4-Patricia johnson, Paulene johnson, Nancy Jolley, fCa.rl Lester jones, page 751, Glenn jones, Hal jones, Janice Jones, John jones, joseph jones, Kathleen jones, Melody Jones, Rose Mary jones, Vincent Jones, Audrey Jordan, Vickie Kane ROW 5-Mary Keatley, Kay Keller, Matthew Kelly, Sandra Kelly, Sandra Kemp, Randal Kent, Cynthia King, Debra Klocheska, Laurie Klocko, Kim Klostermeier, Steve Kloslermeier, Veronica Kuack, jan Knapp, Jeff Koder gil! GJQJ 6nfeP5 ai- ig. J H., , :QL , , . y 'J K il Q' O 1 P li, if va ah. ia N ' i iff K . .,,q. A ' I- an I y 'L ff? R M-ul , - ':f..,: Jil ... W Vi E, A -223 '::-: ..-Q E ' X' ,I - v ' , P f i fa., , I , ,X ,H ,ule I ,,, M, ,., A.,.,'l SM la - , , xi - 5 -AI1 It +1 l V ,L V V l t MV! -L , , , , -X in ,,:---- :.,-ij: llav, Y- :I :-: I H :ll I xii :E gill -' V A 'D Q ll: N 5 it . "" 3:3 ' ' ' I' ' "P"-, r f? " lj f S iz- .,.:-: . ' ,., ,., H .. 1 si 1 P ., i is M E"uI.V3i " " A if- P ' na il - if":5ii 557'--. H - lk :5g: i 1 fa ' M9 ' i N l l K ' fs., if l E .5 WX I VL , 'af Ill .fx .. ' Q T r - ll 3 f if ' C' 1 'Q ' 'fu L Qt' i . l l l l Q I Q . J .1 In ., ii . .T Q T' 5 , , . . . .V 'iii A'9v"' AAL - , 1 I . fi, y l WL , i ff 'V 5' 'lic i 2 - W 1 -ew 1 ik of jredkman ROW 1-Dennis Kranz, Margaret Kries, Daniel Kucinski, Tim Kwiathowski, Diane Kynard, Glenn Kynard, Sandra Lagenderfer, Cathy Lapinski, Sid Lawson, Kathy Lay, Raymond Lear, Delphane Lewis, Sherry Linquist, Michael Lloyd ROW 2-Arthur Lonas, David Long, Terry Lorenz, Jackie Lothery, Cynthia Lucas, Jarvia Lucas, Jovita Lucas, Ruth Ann Luce, Janet Luckey, Richard Lutz, Norman Lyons, Donald McCalley, Jim McCarthy, Davida Mclain ROW 3-Harvel McClendon, William McCloud, Charles McCoy, Denise McCoy, Gloria McCoy, Robert McDonald, Shirley McDonald, Carolyn McFaIl, Diana McFall, Bonnie McGranahan, Gerald McKenzie, Michael McVicker, Majorie Mabrey, Henrietta Mack ROW 4-Henry Mack, Marcia Mack, Starlit Mack, Ronda Madden, Shelia Madison, james Maher, john Mallory, Susan Managhan, Carol Manning, Thomas Maple, Gary Martens, David Mason, Doug Masters, Jack Mathis ROW 5-Brenda Matney Russell Matzinger, Ken Maynard, Willie Mayne, James Mazur, Mary Patricia Meaders, Dennis Meredith, Melvin Metzger, Richard Meyer,,Pamela Meyers, Danny Michael, Carol Miller, Diana Miller, Michael Miller :69: ROW 1-Patrick Miller, Steve Mims, Harnithia Mitcham, Gary Moody, Cheryl Moore, Doris Moore, Edward Moore, john Moore, Lew Morrin, Gregory Morris, Richard Morris, Curtis Mosby, Marjorie Mullen, Cecilia Murphy ROW 2-Delores Murray, Nancy Musgrave, jerrilynn Myers, Linda Myers, Mary Myers, Pam Nagel, Deborah Neeley, Thomas Newbern, Yvonne Newman, Joseph Newton, Quintin Newton, Barbara Noyes, Patti Nyari, Deborah Odom ROW 5-Carol Oliver, john Oliver, Allen O'Neal, Bernard O'Neal, Bernell O'Neall, Liederick Overton, Chris Pack, Gregory Page, Charles Parkes, Sandra Patrzalek, Elizabeth Pena, Mike Pence, Deborah Perry, Charles Person ROW 4-Dwayne Phenizy, Henrietta Phenizy, james Phillips, Rachel Pitzen, Doreen Place, Gary Place, Terry Place, Linda Poe, William Pope, Milton Porter, Patty Porter, Brenda Powell, Michael Powell, Danny Pribe ROW 5-Chris Price, Bill Provo, Margie Pruss, Virginia Quinn, Mary Rawls, David Rayford, Gloria Rayfurd, Fannie Rease, Judy Reed, james Rees, Deborah Reese, Ronnie Reeves, Delores Reynolds, Pamela Reynolds jreakmen ring Q, r ,JF i J qb L 5-r -P l ' '71 l ' 'ZH ly' ,J h X 'r . QX if x l Lf .J D I y qs K E73 H I ' Vr,, ,-,, ' , ' ,,, S :-: ff ii x if ' I R -1, .,.... , qs Li or A 3 W as e K axis IB we W ' i f K It ir 'Yi , :-:, ' w, :- :FSE , y or ' J 2 e , 'W I " s 'il '? -"" PE' ' 5' E far- -- r ,., s, - . -4 - :ga . 1, H , H V U ,' .. ,. E If E , L R, r ar- - H l -- K . . 5 l -rf 5 is .. .,., W :la :IIV R mis lailizi :': g , . . 'fuk ew jazenfa ROW 1-Thelbert Rhoden, Gloria Richards, Willa Richardson, Michael Riebe, Ethel Riley, Margaret Rista, jackie Roberts, Alvin Robinson, Catherine Robinson, john Robinson, Orvil Robinson, Pcgy Robinson, Austin Rogers, Charlene Rogers ROW 2-Troy Rolen, Deborah Rottenstein, Keith Rowe, james Ruiz, Louis Ruiz, Olga Ruiz, Charles Russell, Larry Russell, Paul Russell, Cindy Ryan, Rick Ryan, Larry Saar, Rita Saar, Tom Saar ROW 5-JoAnne Sackrider, Elida Sanchez, Marcia Sancrant, Pam Schmidt, julia Schwart, Milton Scott, William Scott, David Sharp, Marcia Shaver, Bruce Shelton, Katherine Shepherd, Judy Sherwood, June Sherwood, Alvin Sidal ROW 4-Denise Sigler, jackie Siler, joe Sims, john Sims, Velma Singleton, jerry Slatton, Adrian Slaughter, Valerie Slaughter, Terry Smale, Cornel Smith, Joyce Smith, Lee Smith, Linda Smith, Monroe Smith ROW 5-Pamela Smith, Richard Smith, Russell Smith, Susan Smith, Alexia Snyder, Jeffery Soncrant, Steven Sparks, Larry Spearman, Robert Spearman, Walter Speelman, james Speiser, john Speiser, Ralph Spitulski, Renee Stanton ROW 1-Lilliam Staples, Judy Staton, Raymond Stenz, Edward Steward, Sandra Stewart, Bonita Stokes, Jerry Strasbourg, Judy Strickland, Th S bb f. , , - . . . . . . . .. . . . omas tu le ield, Edward Suter, Ruth Ann Swiczkowski, Robert Swiergosz, Michael Swincickr, Patricia Swrncrcki ROW 2-Mark Switzer, Mary Swope, Denise Syph, Denis Szajkowski, Dan Takats, Thelma Talbert, Steve Tandler, Larry Tatum, Carolyn Taylor, Denise Taylor, Johnnie Taylor, Larry Taylor, Larry Taylor, James Temple ROW 3-Jerry Thanasiu, Kathleen Theriac, Henry Thomas, Winona Thomas, Pamela Thompson, Debbie Todd, Joann Tolbert, Tina Tomarazzo, Ethel Toyer, Roberta Traqf, Debra Trail, Johnny Trail, James Trumbull, Willie Tucker ROW 4-Edward Tyson, Darlene Ulis, Irene Urbina, James Valentine, Jim Valerius, Alvaro Vallejo, Diana Venzke, Barbara Villarreal, Mike Villarreal, Diane Walker, James Walker, Vivian Ward, Marlene Washburn, Theresa Watkins ROW 5-Gwen Watson, Faye Weaver, Nolan Weil, Mari Lou Weills, Lois Wells, Sue Wells, Donald West, Ronald West, Jerome West- meyer, Fred Westrup, Sandra Whishner, Carl White, Jean Whittle, Sara Webb 3 I'e5Al1'lel'l ga y ear- H' ' l X t. ff e' ' e :73: l yy ' ' , , 4 .3 5. ,QW 1 E 1? 1 :1 1 1 .vii . l W ef " 1' 'i ' Aff ' , ., 1 ,-1--, , l V i Z.. t .5 , ,W 2' 1 A X.. . -. W Xa M 1 N , LL ' fa zz: l l A , :.. " . .b we ' "-1v -aa 1 V, N, 1 ar" i f- V5 fe i l ,Q , s l .a l .--' 1 -- , - E.: Y rice 2 Z ,.,. , . -,,-. E , ,A::. k Y ,gifj or nw engeri Freshmen Vfithout Pictures- Kenneth Booher Mike Briner Jeff Brooks Shirley Cherry Virginia Dixon Theodore Garrett jim Golden Ted Harris Richard McLendon Kenneth Tolbert William Zaborski Cynthia jackson Marlene Morrin james Woodard Bobbie jene Davis Marsha McCalley Vickie Manigan Barbara Moorer Cynthia Walker Melvin Davidson Bernard Pope ROW 1--Ellen Wibberley, Dorothy Williams, Barb Williams, Eloise Williams, Gwendolyn Williams, JoAnn Williams, Linda Williams, Michael Williams, Michael Williams, Peggy Williams, Ray Williams, Regina Williams, Roy Williams, Carl Lester jones ROW 2-Claudette Williamson, Calvin Willis, Milton Willis, Hal Wills, Gerald Willoughby, Charles Wilson, Harry Wilson, Shelia Wilson Vanessa Wilson, Sally Winsted, Pam Wirick, Alton Woodard, Craig Woods, Kathy Woolridge ROW 5-John Wooton, Don Wrede, Deborah Wright, Doug Wright, Helen Wright, Vernon Wyatt, Debbie Wysong, Gary Yarberry, jessica Yarberry, Bobby Young, Benny Zablocki, Cynthia Zenz, Charles Zielinski, Priscilla Zielinski ROW 4-Robert Zolciak rs it L. glue moon! go ACTIVITIES . growli jkrougk loarficiloafion V, I A C If? f,H A?s.,- 1 N 3 W ,. 2- X ,, ' K , A, ,I wir v gh ' ' i "" ,: VV . .,, :sv is J. , .K-we , ,din-L , 4 s - 'ff .Q -. T y -K ,,.-ff -Pl I -' 'I 3 'Q Y hi ' - 1 , '33, .-'. , .- T .. '1 .1 h Ig-vs-A 3 has .,kZ:: V , 3.1! s Y 1 Q15 ,P . . ., ,A H 5 f ., 4 l s. -51 -V -3- , 1 1 Q1-' ,se is , , - -. x ,- , 5. . I lx 5 L 1 Q if " . A ' H ' ,il ' ' T- . X! XS.. ,b - W ' ' w 'Ex' we S Mem Qgggzfsws We sn! 3 Qgzggxgggimf Wigs si . . 1,351 Tension mounts! Fever!!! Our starting five! Rain can't dampen Libbey spirit! Congratulations Bvonne! Suspense is over! Our Queen . . . Evonne .: 75: Debbie Wade, Vice Presidentg Karen Booher, Secretaiyg Cheryl Robinson, Treasurerg Ron McVicker, Sergeant at Armsg Myricks McGee, President. These civic-minded people give teachers' cars n safety check. .gilowfenf Eounci Each year the Student Council undertakes the responsi-. bility of providing leadership and government for the Lib- bey student body. This year was no exception. With the capable assistance of Mrs. Dorothy Bonser and Mr. Willimn Kistner, advisors, the Student Council was one of the, if not zbe, most active and efficient of Libbey organizations. The Student Council started the year by sponsoring the Magazine Drive. A car-safety check was held in the parking lot, with members of the Council testing cars, and the WOHO "good guys" in attendance with the "Happy Machine." With the end of football season approaching, the Stu- dent Council helped organize the Homecoming activities and make decorations for the annual football banquet. They again sponsored the very successful mid-term hop. Students at Libbey can indeed be proud of their Stu- dent Council. STUDENT COUNCIL . . . LIBBEY'S VOICE ROW 1-Cheryl Robinson, Patricia Harris, Myritl-cs McGee. Mary Sue Reynolds, Vicki Meyer, Charles Diaz, Karen Booher, Debby Wade ROW 2-Donald Holman, Ron McVicker, Lerman Battle, Richard Feller, Mr. William Kistner, Michael Pommeranz, Cindy Armstrong, Eileen Cherry 1' Wiring ROW 1-Jean Moesh, Karen Vnuck, Linda Kimble, Karen Booher, janean Carothers, Beth Warvel, Cheryl l-letzer, l.ela Price, Gwen Baucom, Gloria Hernandez ROW 2-Bobby Shorter, Pam Tibbits, Janis Rominski, Bonnie Kranz, Pat McCourt, -Iim McVicker, Linda Suiter. Dennis Liebich, Mary Sue Reyn- olds, joe Fisher ROW 3-Ken Davis, joe Powers, Michael Pommeranz, Doug Hancock, Guy Spann, Mr. James Norris, Dave Knuth, ,Iohn Hyter, Jeanne Porter, Re- gina Managhan, Janice Fritts Wafiona onor ociefg No greater honor may be attained by a Libbey student than the privilege of becoming a member of the National Honor Society. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The society sponsored a program called the "Newlywed Game," with teachers acting as the newlyweds. Proceeds were used for scholarships, Second semester, National Honor ,presented a panel of college students to an audience of Libbey students. The panel tried to give information on all phases of college life. ln March, the induction program was held. juniors were elected to the society on the basis of scholastic achievement, and new senior members were selected by vote of the faculty. Freshmen and sophomores of high scholastic standing were honored. It is traditional that senior members of National Honor be rewarded with seats of honor on the stage at commencement exercises. .H.S. REWARDS . . ROW 1-Cheryl Robinson, joan Yorke, Carolyn Bailey, Marti Salvrisz, Linda Morris, Roselyn Meyer, Fran Hess, Sharon Fahle, Dorothy Ponder ROW 2-Eileen Wilson, Bill Waslier, Linda XX'ade, Donna Preston, Geri Klocko, Nancy Dauer, Wesley Proshek, Margaret Meyer, Karen Fic, Bren- da Byrd, Andrea Mendoza ROW 3-Eileen Cherry, jim Ingersall, Ronald McVicker, Margo Oliver, jerry O'Neil, Mr. james Norris, Cedric Franklin, Jeff Hancock, Tom Wfa- rejko, Yvonne Cobb, Myricks McGee 1 t ga- 'M Ze- .X A fi SOPHOMORES HONORED BY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1-Sue Vifugoncr, Susan Kruntz, jackie Drnheim, Elaine Brown, Dorothy Harding ROW 2-Janice Baucom, Mike Musgrave, Paul Nungester, Janice l.inrllmnrst, Sarah Smith, Nancy Boerst ROW 3-Neal Cnrothcrs, Dennis Moeller, Arthur Willcxuglmby, Thomas Wfillizims, Craig Cousins, ,Iill Humpert, jan Wooden . . INTEGRITY AND ABILITY FRESI-IMEN HONORED BY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1-Denise Chlebowski, Jerome Westmeyer, Joyce Smith, Gloria Richards, Nolan Weil ROW 2-Carla Davis, Kathleen jones, Pat Crippcn, Priscilla Zielinski, Nancy Musgrave ff 4 Members of Edelimz Staff are !111I'lIj'.f at work! dlledan This year many changes have been made in the Libbey yearbook, the Edelian. In addition to the obvious addition of a long awaited color picture, a Senior index has been included. The staff held a bake sale in October and participated in a roast with the Crystal staff. After publication, staff members celebrated with a party. Under the supervision of Mr. Charles Martin and Mrs. jean Hunsaker, the staff, composed of seventeen seniors has worked hard since September, making layouts, getting ads, and meeting deadlines in order to present the Edelian to their fellow classmates at the Senior Banquet. EDELIAN AND CRYSTAL ROW 1-Karen Vnuck, Andrea Mendoza, Pam Tihbits, Linda Wade, Dale Gratop, Mrs. jean Hunsaker, Fran Hess, Carolyn Bailey, Penny Zeiter Jean Moesh ROW 2-Sandi Hensley, Ginny Williamson, Larry Bazzell, Doug Hancock, jim Thomasson, Mr. Charles Martin, Pat Laster, Bob Siler, Mark Ger beck, Anita I-Ietzer, Donna Preston A-10? 3' 10, X B. E ROW 1-Karen Hooher, Donna Moeller, Eileen Wilson, Deborah Turner, jim Fetters, Myricks McGee, Patti Lowrie, Sherry Frick, Roselyn Meyer Cheryl Robinson ROXW 2---Angela Harris, Mary Sue Reynolds, Geri Klocko, Bill Wztslwer, Margaret Meyer, Mrs. Nancy Engler, Jeanne Porter, Karen Fic, jmnice Fritts, Bonnie Kranz, .Innis Rominski ROW 3-Ernie Wilsciii, Tom Wi1sI1ei', Ronnie Orzechowski, Ron Barnett, Dave Venzke, Dave Knuth, Margo Oliver, Ardenia jones, Larry Greencr Kenneth Dunlap . . . RECORD LIBBEY OODS Cryrml staff admires finished product! Ggafaf One of Northwestern Ohio's hnest high school papers is the Cryrml. Under the expert guidance of Mrs. Nancy Engler, the Cryxml staff has put out a paper which rnalces Libbey prouder with each issue. The staff received 21 rare honor when Mr. Dick, the Superintendent of Toledo Schools, sent a letter to the staff after the year's second edition, com- plimenting them on their line work. And, Libbey has learnecl to expect fine ratings at the journalism conference at Bowl- ing Green. Bonnie Kranz and Myrics McGee are co-editors-im chiefg Karen Booher is page one editorg Roselyn Meyer is page two editorg Mary Sue Reynolds and Janice Rominski are page three editorsg and David Knuth and Bill Wfasher are sports editors. ROW 1-jean Moesh, Dorothy Fonder, Linda McEwen, Pam Tibbits, Linda Hartwig, Karen Booher, Patsy Mclntire ROW 2-Pat McCourt, Linda Wade, Margaret Meyer, Margo Oliver, Mrs. Nancy Engler, Cindy Armstrong, Mary Sue Reynolds, Bonnie Kranz ZETS AND PHILS PROMOTE Dorothy Fonder, Sergeant at Armsg Margaret Meyer, Recording Secretary Linda McEwen, Treasurerg Linda I-Iartwig, Censorg Mary Sue Reynoldsz Presidentg Linda Wade, I-Iistoriang jean Moesh, Vice Presidentg Pat Mc- Court, Corresponding Secretaryg Cindy Armstrong, Chaplain. ZfaLfAean ogferary .shciefg Under the supervision of Mrs. Nancy Engler, the Zets completed a fun-filled and prosperious year. Again this year, the Zet mascot, Zeke, presided over all football games from his post on the hill. Members en- tered the flurry of Homecoming activities with their candi- date for Queen, Pam Tibbits, who was voted a hnalist by the Senior Class. Zets helped promote spirit by selling tags for the basketball games and sold Senior name carcls to re- imburse their treasury. A representative of the Toledo Trust Company spoke to the girls at one meeting, giving them tips on job hunting. They completed the year with the annual Zet banquet and Tri Lit Dance. l l lOAi!aLfAean oliferary ociefg The Philalethean Literary Society, under the guidance of Mrs. Linda Oechsle, achieved their goal to make this year a very prosperous and successful one. Activities started with a lunch for members of the Quorum Service Society while they were busy painting the Press Box in the Stadium. Other activities were bake sales, tag sales, the Tri-Lit Roast and decorating the football field for the Homecoming game. Each Phil entered the Yuletide season with proper spirit as they decorated the cafeteria, gave a Christmas bas- ket to a needy family, and enjoyed a Christmas party held at the home of their advisor. An induction party for new members and Phil Loyalty Week were highlights of the year. Again, Libbey's annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, sponsored by the Phils, was an out- standing success. The annual Phil banquet and Tri-Lit Dance ended the year. FRIENDSHIP AND SERVICE Andrea Mendoza, Presiclentg Ginny Williamson, Treasurer: Janis Romm ski, Secretaryg Diane Wade, I-Iistoriang Kathy Wilson, Chaplain Eileen Wilson, Vice-Presidentg Carolyn Bailey, Rep., Patty Sauers, Rep ROW 1-Patty Sauers, Carolyn Bailey, Carol Krueger, Lynette Terry, Patti Lowrie, Norma Engel, Debbie Wade, Andrea Mendoza ROW 2-Lela Price, Eileen Wilson, janean Carothers, Anita Hetzer, Nancy Dauer, Ginny Williamson, Janis Rominski, Nanalee Siler , v l r ' , , l l , , V A' ' '4 ,5 - ROW 1-Karen Vnuck, Linda Kimble, Roselyn Meyer, Linda Linden, Sheron Buckhaulter, Cheryl Hetzer, Brenda Byrd, Cheryl Robinson, Penny Zeiter ROW 2-Marti Goldstein, Sheila Sigler, Sheila Ramsdell, Ardenia jones, Miss Katie Peterson, Jeanne Porter, Karen Fic, Kathy Colwell, Geri Klocko PERIES AND QUORUM PROMOTE lzric eau oliferary Sociefg The Periclean Literary Society, under the leadership of their advisor, Miss Katie Peterson, strove to live up to their motto, "Second to None." Throughout the year Peries participated in many actiyi- ties. Along with the Zets, Quorum, and Phils, the Peries sponsored a mid-winter dance "Psychedelic Snowfall." Peries gave a Christmas basket to a needy family, and they again provided teachers with home-baked cherry pies in honor of Wasl1ington's birthday. A happy and eventful year ended with their banquet and Tri-Lit Dance. Penny Zieter, Chaplaing Karen Fic, President, Roselyn Meyer, Vice Presi- dent, Linda Kimble, Historiang Kathy Cowell, Secretary, Sheila Ramsdale Sergeant at Arms, Shelia Sigler, Reporter, Cheryl Hetzer, Treasurer. I I O .W 176,25 C ITY Cl-lffWll3S "- i ' " ,. s . -1. . Ju, f V. ,', . ,Qi . Dennis Liebech. Vice President: Ken Davis, President, Dave Knuth, Tr urcrg Mark Grebeck, Secretaryg Bill Wfasher, Sergeant at Arms. . . . LOYALTY AND SPIRIT EHS- uorum eruice Sociefg Quorum is proving to be one of the more active clubs at Libbey. Members of the Quorum were handsome in blue sweater distinctions this year. A bake sale was held after school in the lobby, to re- imburse the treasury. School spirit rode high this year in this club. Members made signs for every football and basketball game-even some for the bowling team! On BIE Day, the Quorum com- pleted their biggest project. They painted the press box in the stadium in blue ancl gold colors. This task took all day, but the results are appreciated by the whole school. ROW 1--joe Fisher, Myriclcs McGee, Bill Washer, jim Never, Norm Gansmiller, Ron Leary, jim Fetters, Dennis Liebich, Neal Carothers ROW 2-Donald Rolf, Mike Masiker, Floyd Carter, Michael Pommeranz, Larry Bazzell, Mr. Charles Owens, Ron McCourt, Ken Davis, 'Ferry Kuhn, Mark Gerbeck ROW 3-Jim Thomasson, Doug Hancock, Lerman Battle, Jerry O'NeiI, Gordon Rolfes, Jack Williarns, Mike Waters, Dave Knuth, Ron McVicker Iohn Hyter :Qufure lac em 0 merica This year senior members of thc FTA were given a chance to test their teaching skills by acting as counselors at Camp Storer. Their students were from Stewart School. Several members attended the FTA Northwestern Ohio Convention at Lake High School, participating in discussions and other activities.In january the members took part in a workshop at Devilbiss. Mr. Foltz was the guest speal-:er at an open meeting. He talked to the members and prospective new members on the challenges of teaching. Their other activities include brownie sales and book cover sales. Each year is brought to a climax with their banquet in Bonnie Kranz, Vice President, Mary Sue Reynolds, Treasurerg Mrs. jean the Spring' Pritchard, Advisorg Lela Price, Historiang Bill Washer, Presidentg jean Moesh, Secretaryg David Knuth, Parliamentarian STUDENTS EXPLORE . . . ROW 1-Andrea Mendoza, Cheryl Robinson, Pam Shivers, Lela Price, Neal Carothers, Bill Waslier, Debbie Wzildson, Marti Salwisz, Sarah Smith, Vonzell Powell, Pam Barwiler ROW 2-Jean Moesh, Evonne Jaynes, Pat McCourt, Mary Sue Reynolds, Bonnie Kranz, Myricks McGee, Miss Carol Kinney, Wilmzi Oliver, Donald Rolf, Rosie Norwood, Angela Harris, Janice Fritts, Jackie Draheim ROW 3-Donita Gaasch, Rebeckah McGraw, Ardenia Jones, Margo Oliver, Ron McVicker, Dave Knuth, .lack Williams, Dave Venzlce, Thomas Williams, Jeanne Porter, Nancy Dawer gsm 2136: . an i is an it 1 SS go: fare omema er-A of .America The Lihhey chapter of the FHA strives to help indi- viduals improve personal, family, and community living. The girls carry out their many activities under the super- vision of their advisor, Mrs. Thomas. This year members wore attractive red jumpers as distinctions. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ROW 1-Linda Molnar, Michelle Perry, Earlen Fields, Margo Harvey, Lillian Bly, Patricia Harris, Debbie Venzke ROW 2-Sue Schwarz, Audrey Donly, Donna Moeller, Linda Morris, Charlene Donly, Marilyn Jefferson, Theresa Lucas ROW 3-Sheron Buckhaulter, Shelley Rolaif, Cathie Oliver, Renita McElyn, Nancy Ehman, Mary Durham, Gloria Baucom I l I xgwmwgmn Marilyn jefferson, Vice Presiclentg Debbie Venzke, Treasurerp Donna Moel- ler, Parliarnentariarig Mary Durham, Historiang Shelly Roloff, Recreation Leaclerg Sharon Buckhaulter, Secretaryg Mrs. Lucretia Thomasg Cathy Oli- . l ROW 1-Karen Vunck, Denise Harper, Sally Champion, Joanne Klein, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, Dorothy Fonder, Gwen Henson, Frenshirl Haywood Lola Rosada ROW 2-Roselyn Meyer, jane Daugherty, Deborah Glover, Mrs. Gloria Ross, Mrs. julia Moody, Barbara White, Patsy Adams, Rose Mary Kries Charlene Donly ROW 5-Linda McEwen, Preston, Martha Goldstein 1 l I ,. ,. rf Laurie Switzer, Pat Gill, janriifer Campbell, Carolyn Hanslip, Mrs. Ann Morgan, Glorya Russ, janet Burnley, Dorint jufure uainedd olbaclerri of America The FBLA has completed another successful year under the supervision of Mrs. Ann Morgan. At every football and basketball game one might see an FBLA'er selling programs, They also sold candy to increase their treasury. In November members attended a convention at Lake High School, in March they attended the state convention in Columbus and Martha Goldstein will represent Libbey in the state organization as Secretary, an elective post. Wfith the coming of Christmas, FBLA sent a basket to a needy family and then enoyed a Christmas party. FBLA ended this year with its annual banquet. Linda Hartwig, Secretaryg Linda McEwen, Sergeant at Armsg Cindy Armstrong, Vice Presidentg Karen Vnuck, Presidentg janet Burnley, Reporterg Dorothy Fonder, Treasurer. ROW 1-Marie Robbins, Michelle Perry, Sarah Drake, Diane james, Mr. Willitrni Dross, Phyllis Crabbs, Peggy Sayen, Vickie Miller, Linda Kimble ROW 2-Sandy Albrecht, Carolyn Bailey, Carol Krueger, Linda Hartwig, Linda Linden, Mr. Robert Huffman, Patsy Mclntire, Diane Greener, Cheryl Koller, Becky Canas ROW 3-Kathy Rolen, Ellen Gray, Linda Trail, Mary Durham, Delra Snyder, Mr. John Needles, james Neal, Karen Fic, Kathy Gal, Cindy Arm strong, Bonnie Brooks 939 :33: I 4 5 faq, .-' ROW 1-Patty Sauers, Denise Harper, Dale Kanavel, Jeanie Carothers, Mike Myers, Martha Salwisz, Jeanette Cheviowski ROW 2-Geri Klocko, Dennis Liehich, Regina Peppers, Brenda jones, Mr. Charles Fountain, Brenda Watkins, Rebeckah McGraw, Don Holman, Delores Anderson ROW' 5-Ken Davis, Ardenia Jones, Michael Pommeranz, Robert McClorrine, Guy Spam-i, Bill Donaldson, Richard Fellef, Ron Ban-,eff we .fdgkemiaf .Sbciefg Members of the Alchemist Society explore the world of science. Once again this year a visit was made to the University of Toledo to acquaint members with the facili- ties and program there. Social activities included induction of new members and the annual banquet. adffe an aah gui!! The purpose of Palette and Craft Guild is to promote art and its appreciation at Libbey. This year they have been especially busy. In December, along with their annual "Toys for Tots Drive," the club held a door-decorating contest to help build Christmas spirit, and gave prizes for the best three displays. A car wash was held in the spring to build treasury funds. ROW 1-Gloria Richards, Dennis Buck, Marolyn Burrs, Kathy Gal, Charles Diaz, Sarah Harris, Carolyn Burrs, Brenda Byrd ROW 2-Anita Hetzer, Denise Wfeiford, Colleen Barrett, Mr. Darrell Dunlap, Larry Greener, Ernie Wilson, Dianne Biscard, Pat Waliduda Calla 2460020 5l06ll'l0 Cl, This year under the supervision of Miss Freda Bellis, the Spanish Club learned more about the culture and tra- ditions of Spain, Educational activities included a trip to the Art Mu- seum and special meetings with speakers from TU and South America. Tags were sold during basketball season to add to funds. The year ended with the annual Spanish Club banquet. Spanish Club olhcers Andera Mendoza, Presidentg Eileen Wilson, Secretary Dave Venzke, Treasurer, Ginny Williaixmson, Vice President. LANGUAGE CLUBS INSTILL . . . ROW' 1-Suzana Marinez. Colleen Coy, Linda Arce, Ruth Harris, Elida Sanalez, Frances Tate, Sarah Harris, Donna McCauley, Kay Keller, Audrey Jordann, Elaine Brown, Andrea Mendoza ROW 2-Brenda Powell, Cheryl Hetzer, Charles Diaz, Mary Meadow, Donna Barnes, Ginny XX'illiamson, Miss Bellis, Winona Thomas, Eileen Wil- son, jayne McGraw, Gwen Baucom, Diana Venzke ROW 3-Linda Ellis, Monica Brown, Edward Burhs, Gregory Rodriguz, Rebeckah McGraw, Lehman Myers, Roland Waustcvim, Dave Venzlce, Ar- denia jones, John Walsh, Cheryl Grant, Marta Caines, Hal jones .fi :9g: Q ROW 1-Reba Marr, Kathy Shepherd, Bonnie Brooks, Gordon Mclntosh, Neal Carothers, Mary Myers, Susan Wells, Sue NXfagoner ROW 2-Becky Garrison, jan Wooden, Barbara Bail, Delores Anderson, Michele Gartor, Shonn Latimer, Susan Grass ROW 5-Regina Managhan, Karl I.aVrar, Richard Fellor, Robert McClorrine, Guy Spann, Jeff Hancock, Robert Harrett, Denise Krolik . . . CULTURAL AWARENESS unior Cjfarkiica oaague Under the guidance of Mr. Dillon, the Latin Club strives to promote interest in the classics. The motto of the club is "Knowledge is the fortress of the ages." This year, members of the Latin Club adopted a group of children at the Miami Children's Home and held :t party for them. 1 'Activities of the Latin Club include the fall and spring picnics and the annual Latin Club banquet in the spring. Latin Club's Neal Carothers, Presidentg Deloris Anderson, Vice Presidentg Robert Garrett, Treasurer, -Ian Wooden, Secretaryg Karl LaVrar, Sergeant at Armsg Sue Wagner, Historian. gm., ROW 1-Diane Chlebowski, Pam Shivers, Lela Price, Mariorie Mabrey, Connie Holmes, Vonzell Powell, Marcia Sancrant RObW 2-Evonne jaynes, Ramona Stubblefield, Geri Klocko, Jan Knapp, Mrs. E. Taylor, Wilma Oliver, Marinett jones, Linda Henley, jackie Ro erts ROY 5-Lila Sampson, Donald Rolf, Ardenia Jones, Margo Oliver, Robert McClorrine, Craig Cousins, Priscilla Zielinski, Eileen Cherry, Janice Lin horst e and jrancaia Room 128 resounded with a flurry of activity this year during the very active French Club meetings there. Under the co-advisorship of Mrs. Constance Taylor' and Mr. James Bick, members of the French Club lifted school spirit and their treasury funds by the sale of tags during football season and a series of bake sales after school. In November a Thanksgiving basket was given to a needy family, and in December members enjoyed their Christmas party, where Miss Krueger, their former advisor, was an honored guest. Other activities consisted of a visit to the Art Museum and the presentation by Mr. Bick of slides showing French scenes. The year ended with the annual French Club banquet. Geri Klocko, Presidentg Ramona Stubbleheld, Reporterg Jackie Blueitt, Vice Presidentg Marty Salwisz, Secretaryg Eileen Cherry, Treasurerg Gary Burks, Sergeant at Armsg Jill Humpert, Chaplain ROW 1WDebr'a Carter, Mai Stubbleheld, Jacqueline Blueitt, Barbara Nickson, Marti Salwisz, Cheryl Robinson. Linda Watson ROW 2-Jackie Draheim, jackie Humpert, Carol King, Myricks McGee, Mr. I. Bick, Janice jones, Rosie Norwood, Audrey Donly, Pam Wirick ROW 3-Jill Humpert, Beverly Brown, Arthur Willoughby, Roosevelt Jennings, Nathaniel jones, Randall jones, Gary Burks, Iris Fuqua, Renata Baker gn Eg-x. -- ef' 'T' ROW I-Jeanie Carothers, Carla Davis, Janice Friits, Brenda Jones, Barbara Edwards, Marlene Washburn, Sue Krantz, Jim Dungan ROW 2-Nancy Dauer, Diana Smith, Angela Harris, Ken Davis, Miss Lois Loehrke, Kenneth Carter, Greg Ramsey, Ken Recknagel, Albert Bow- man, Margaret Meyer ROW 3K-Johnnie Shelton, Michael Pommeranz, Iohn Hyter, john Stover, jerry O'Neil, Richard Mann, Bill Donaldson, jim Thomasson, Ron Mc- Court er shea fdcde urein Under the supervision of Miss Lois Loehrke, the German Club has con- cluded an interesting year. The members participated in the International Festi- val and the German-American Festival. In November, a Thanksgiving basket was given to a needy family. In De- cember the German Club again sang Christmas carols at the Toledo State Hos- pital. Social activities included a fall and spring roast, with the spring banquet the highlight of the year. German Club's jean Carothers, President, Karen Boo- her, Treasurer, jim Fetters, Sergeant at Arms, Ron McCourt, Sergeant at Armsg Nancy Dower, Corre- sponding Secretaryg Don Holman, Vice President, Sue Kranz, Secretary. ROW 1-Jean Moesh, Nancy Jolley, Linda Kimble, Gloria Richards, Carolyn Bailey, Debby Wade, Jeff Soncrant, Pam Barwiler, Barb Noyes ROW 2-Karen Booher, Rick Gerbeck, Sue Geis, Mike Myers, Miss Lois Loehrke, Mark Switzer, Vicki Meyer, Dorothy Harding ROW 3-Bruce Taylor, jim Fetters, Babette Johnson, Donald Holman, John Jones, Fred Westrup, Galen Fries, Paul Nnugester, Rick Ryan I , ri s 9. -av, 519155 Simzg , fd..-,fl -fa-.ual V, ,anis , 'in-1 , lr D :93: liafrigufiue gjclucafion CALLJ of .fdmerica Under the enthusiastic leadership of Mrs. Ruth Blair, DECA has become one of the most active clubs at Libbey. Their motto is "Developing future leaders for market- ing and distribution." The purpose is to further develop a respect for education in marketing and distribution which will contribute to vocational competence. Their activities include the annual Toledo DECA Leadership Conference and Danceg District, State, and Na- tional Leadership Conferences, and contest competition in such areas as public speaking, display, advertising and sales demonstrations, and the annual Employer-Employee Ap- preciation Banquet. They have participated in the annual Fanny Farmer candy sale, the preparation of distribution manuals for contests, and community service projects such as family Christmas baskets for the needy. Arnold jackson, Presidentg Gloria Mosley, Vice Presidentg janet Burnley Secretary, Yvonne Richards, Treasurer, Vifilliam Ellis, Sergeant at Arms STUDENTS PROFIT FROM BUSINESS EXPERIENCE ROW 1-Kathy Moore, Yvonne Richards, Kathy Wilson, Calvin Smith, Mrs. Ruth Blair, janet Burnley, Donald Roberts, Gloria Mosley, Frances Madison ROW 2-Priscilla McCorvey, Kenneth Dunlap, Tyrone Brock, Larry Bazzell, Michael Bolden, Elliott Franklin, Ted Isaacs, Arnold jackson, Wil- liam Ellis , ' i ' ::94: gr .vm-'.. ,. ELL CM Under the supervision of their co-advisors, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Lewis, members of the Bible Club strive to pro- mote a greater appreciation of the Bible generally and the especial observance of the Ten Commandments as a way of li e. Activities of the Bible Club included a bake sale and a Thanksgiving basket. Their handiwork enhanced a bulle- tin board on the second floor. The annual year-end banquet was held in May. Delores Anderson, Treasurerg Bruce Maxwell, Sergeant at Arms, Toni Wloodmancy, Vice President, Rochelle Wfhitfield, Assistant Treasurerg Ka- ren King, Presidentg Lenda Watson, Secretaryg Lela Price, Assistant Secre- tary, james Neal, Chaplain. STUDENTS PROMOTE BIBLE STUDY ROW 1-Vivian Colquitt, Pam Shivers, Vara Colquitt, ,Iacqulyn Hubbard, Vivian Henson, jean Huling, Mary johnson, Jacqueline Bluiett, Patricia Harris, Vonzell Powell ROW 2-Lola Posada, Michelle Perry, Evelyn Spearman, Diane james, Charles Diaz, Donna Mance, Frenshirl Haywood, Rosa Loper, Ann Myers, Dorothy Willams ROW 3-Brenda Staples, Carrie Cooley, Elaine Tall, Carol King, Jayne McGraw, Given Henson, Xctha Hitt, Carla Beavers, Diana Smith, La- Voughn Spearman ROW 4-Carolyn Early, Wilma Oliver, Rebecca McGraw, Ardenia jones, Brenda Watkins, Coraine Waters, Terry Hamilton, Kathryn Price, jan Wooden, Deborah Neely , .QU S Q ROW 1-Martha Jones, Debbie Proshek, Dorothy Fonder, Mary Durham, Pat Turner, Sophia Valdes, Patricia Dennis, Linda Linden, Diane Switzer Rita Rodriguez, Theresa Moore ROW 2--Shonn Latimer, Diana Smith, Dianne Carter, Lila Sampson, Rita Gainey, Mrs. Barbara Zeigler, Mrs. Harreit Billmaier, Regina Mana- ghan, Linda Ellis, Betty Graham, janet Bacon, Barbra Salwisz L ey ea el'5 TEEN CLUBS . . . The Libbey Leaders are an invaluable group of girls to the gym teachers. Uncler the guidance of Mrs. Harriet Billmaier, these girls assist as student referees during the regular gym classes. After school they act as referees for the basketball, softball and badminton Intramurals. Their motto is "Be a good sport, win or lose." een The Libbey Teen Club is composed of freshman and sophomore girls. Under the supervision of their advisor, Miss Sarah Widman, these girls strive to promote fellow- ship and good character. This year the Teen Club held a bake sale to reimburse their treasury. ROW 1-Donna Robinson, Rita Rodriguz, Pam Shivers, Ursula Lamb, Lynett Sauers, Jan Rice, Kristine Barker, Linda Foster, Nancy Boerst, Nancy Jolley, Barbara Woolley ROW 2-Fran Geremski, Denise Stewart, Frenshul Haywood, Diane james, Jeannie Whittle, Renata Baker, Debbie Kanavel, Donna Mance, Renee Stanton, Marolyn Burrs, Shelley Hartman ROW 3-Deborah Neely, Xeatha Hitt, Anna Craig, Rita Gainey, Joan Crawford, Sharon Cornell, Carla Beavers, Linda Hill, Donna Barnes, Carolyn Early, Lila Sampson FL 2 :96: -lend The purpose of this club is to build a fellowship among girls devoted to the task of realizing in their lives those ideals of personal and social living to which they are com- mitted by their faith as Christians. Miss Washington pro- vides the leadership needed for success. In January the T-Teens held a treasure hunt at the Central YWCA, enjoyed a Christmas Party in December, and provided Z1 Thanksgiving basket to a needy family. jacquelyn Hubbard, Chaplaing Dorothy Fonder, Secretaryg Deborah Cooke, Treasurerg Marilyn jefferson, Historiang janet Burnley, President, Mary Durham, Vice-Presidentg Corine Wfaters, Sergeant at Arms. . . . BUILD CHARACTER ROW 1-Mai Stubbleliield, Michelle Perry, Theresa Lucas, Brenda Byrd, Evonne Jaynes, Marilyn Jefterson, Denise Harper, Margo Harvey, Lola Posada, Cheryln Robinson ROW 2-Karen King, Dorothy Fonder, Charlene Donly, Kathryn Price, Linda Ellis, Miss Ruby Washington, Advisor, Rosa Loper, Rosie Norwood, lilaine Tall, Yvette Goosby, Jacqueline Hubbard ROW 3-Evelyn Spearman, Mary Durham, Deborah Turner, Debbie Cooke, Ardenia Jones, Corine XX'aters, Rebeckah McGraw, Rochelle Whit- lield, Alice Young, Delores Anderson ROW 1-Sally Champion, Gordon Rolfes, Gary Weills, Donita Gaash, Ron McVicker ROW 2-Sharon Fahle, William Casey, Dave Fox, John Hyter, Randy Kent, Donald Rolf ROW 3-Louie Pantoja, Ray Reitz, Karen Fehle, Bruce Taylor, Mr. David Kohler, Ted Isaacs Z?a"J LIBBEY MOOD . . . I.ibbey'S band, under the direction of Mr. David Koh- ler, has become one of the city's finest. They performed at every football game, with presentations ranging from a cowboy show to the great sound of the Tiajna Brass. This year Libbey's was the first high school to present a concert in the Peristyle of the Art Museum, on the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of Libbey Glass. Leading the band this year as Drum Major was Charles Ballard, while twirling and dancing were performed by our majorettes, Pat McCourt, Sheila Hymore, and Romona Stubblefield. ROW 1-Sheila Hymore, Ramona Stubblefield. Pat McCourt, Charles Ballard ROW Z-Mr. David Kohler, Devvie Kanavel, Karen Kooler, Bill Casey, Sharon Fable, james Trumbull, David Fox, Albert Jennings, john Hyter, Randy Kent, Thomas Douthett, Anthony Rhodes, Bruce Taylor, Nolan Weill, Tim Redfox ROW 5-Edna Adkins, Reba Marr, Peggy Robinson, Pam Schmidt, Diana Venske, Vicke Bushman, Judy I-Ietzer, Shicla Ramsdale, Becky Fahle, Marsha Young, Denise Grant, Sharon Smith, Floyd Carter, Quincy Ham, Charles jones, Guy Spann ROW 4-Winona Thomas, Marquette French, Sally Champion, Martha Goldstein, Pat Bazzell, Cindy Harmon, Kathy Dodge, Gary Weills, jane McGraw, Nadine Yoxthimer, Nate Houston, Frank Elkins, Gordon Rolfes, Jerry O'Neil ROW 5-Nancy jolly, Mike Waters, Karen Fahle, Louis Pentoa, johnny Taylor, Ray Reitz, Larry Carter, Herbert Sandridge, Florence Buser ROW 6-Ioan Crawford, Donita Gaasch, Don Rolfe, Ronald McVicker, Carolyn Burrs, Dan oyes, Terry Kuhn, Marilyn Burrs, Linda Harmon, Ted Isaccs :9g: r ROW l-Denise Stewart, Loretta Young, Charlene Donly, Eileen Cherry, Brett Blanks, Terry Hamilton, Linda Ellis, jennifer Andros, Pat jagod- zinski, Donald Roberts, Pam Barwiler ROW 2--Mia Stublnlelield, Linda Foster, Margo Harvey, Jack lsaacs, Ray johnson, Mr. McClure, Richard Mann, James Neal, Bruce Maxwell, Shonn Latimer, Sarah Smith, Linda Molnar ROW 3-Carol Krueger, james MacFarlane, Roy Young, Debra Snyder, john Valerius, Clarke Small, Rickey Lindsay, Perry Moore, Gary Wagner, Charles Diaz, Kenny Armer, Eva Harris ROW fl-Dianne Carter, Sandra Wigfall, Larry Giles, Joe Powers, Connie Hoffheins, john Parker, Floyd Abercrombie, Thomas Williams, john REF LECTEID THROUGH MUSIC CLUB' One of 'l'oledo's finest, I.ibbey's choir this year partici- pated in many concerts, including two at Waite High School, "A Musical Night to Remen1ber" in November, and the District Contest held at Rogers High School in March. High honors were received by soloists Iames Neal and Connie Hoileins at Bowling Green. Members of the choir are proud of their new robes. The director, Mr. Mc- Clure, and this line choir deserve our appreciation and re- speck Joe Powers, President, Bruce Maxwell, Vice President, Connie Hoff- heins, Lihrariang Cathy Colwell, Secretary-Treasurer, Craig Boarns, Sergeant at Arms. ROW 1-Wfilliam J0l'lflS0l'l,PZ1!'l1 Mercer, Maria Mendoza, Dorothy Harding, Corrine Lazar, Carolyn Early, Brenda Wilson, Renee' Howard, Ann Myers, Doreen Lemay, Theresa johnson, Andrea Mendoza ROW 2-Leota Fisher, Russell Harris, jeff Feomm, Regina Managhan, Rebechah McGraw, Mr. McClure, john Lemay, Charles Ballard, Patrick Durham, Sue Geis, Ardell Warren ROW 3-Sherman Smith, Tyrone Wfaters, joan Lorenzen, Ginger Rowe, Michael Bey, Nelda Vfelling, Barbara Edwards, Debbie Severance, Craig Gerald, Linda Morris, Karen King ROW 11-Cheryl Stewart, NX'ardell Stubbletield, Kathy Colwell, jeanne Porter, Corine Waters, Richard Smith, Richard Sparks, Frank Cherry, Pat Hayes, Janice Lindhorst, Veela Cothren :99: fr F ROW 1-Betty Browne, Deborah Turner, Cheryl Robinson, Patricia Gribble, Beverly Abbott ROW 2-Gloria Richards, Rena Baker, Debarah Burgess, Anthony Barber, Kathy Dodge, Carolyn Burrs, Ron McVicker ROW 5-Dave Foxjohn Hyter, William Casey, Sharon Fahle, Gordon Rolfes, jerry O'Neil, Martha Goldstein ROW 4-Randal Kent, Donald Rolf, Ted Isaacs, Ray Reitz UPCLQJ fill, Mr. David Kohler is working hard at building an or- chestra for Libbey. Wl1ile the orchestra is small in numbers, it is big in quality. Those who heard the string .presenta- tions at the Christmas program and the spring Open House program were impressed with the progress made by this group. e CM There is a time in every school when spirit may be low. Following the loss of the big game or when your team is stopped at the one-yard line, some students become dis- couraged. Some students-but not the members of the Pep Club. These girls never lose their pride in Libbey teams. They cheer at all the games, make signs, sell tags, and gen- erally bolster school spirit. Throughout the year, the Pep Club's bulletin board boosted morale. ROW 1-Lola Posada, Toyce White, Karen King, Theresa Lucas, Mary Meadors, Diane Rynard, Betty Browne, Linda Williams, Donna Nance, Jean Ann Jefferson ROW 2-Mrs. Thomas, Margie Rista, Patricia Harris, Sheilah Wilson, Barbara Nickson, Ann Craig, Cynthia Lucas, Audrey Donly, Linda Molnar, Joyce jefferson, Mrs. Susie Price ROW 3-Marilyn Jefferson, Linda Linden, Linda Hill, Marta Carnes, Delores Anderson, Cheryl Grant, Pauline Brown, Mary Durham, Rochelle Wlmitfield, Rita Gainey, Charlene Donly, Chris Lubahn :ICOS 4 1 x s s.. 'Q ,,.- I AA. Q.. if X . 2 Main ollice aides. Girls' counselors' aides. Boys' counselors' aides. Boys' gym aides. Mr. Osgood's aides. Proection aides. Mr. Normenfs aides. Nursess' aides. 2103: SPORTS 7Y'x V f - T0 WIN 105 fl ii, S, r ef QW .M , W V as -3 'Q Yi -Q Q. 5 in .ve vi si S' ms uw U nw F oollmll roacblng Jia .' Ray fagorlzimlai, ligbtweigbtf B6?4nl6 IVnzelmm', lnzeroacb, Hem! Cofzcla Ray, Tom Grzywlmkz, lnzckffeldg Carl Owen, ffexbzlmn. Bazulnzg Coach Kubarki and Golf Comb Pappa: mms. nm was H. -ss -awsmsm m ass ss mn mm 'ss mmm? U ww ami a mn Nl-1 EQ? if mem in M' ai-v , The Basketball Coaches: Freshman Coach Agosten, Head Coach Spice, Lightweight Coach Draheim 'lflffh ' J ,416 'ff ealfylif l PL e an lf lf g Mr. Needles, the athletic director, talks to Mr. Browning, the equipment manager. 2107: if? H S fi H . f 1. ,., C. BRUCE EMCH TONY WILLOUGHBY RANDALL JONES 0 MIKE SONCRANT SAM CARMAN Co-captain enior ROBERT MCCHLORINE JIM MCVICKER ELLIOT FRANKLIN ,,,. :N35'E"f ' "A 1,. . 2108: I ,-.,p- FRED BROWN amify BOBBY SHORTER FQ. s PAT MARKLAND Mi? mg! sid ,MTM Nw'CQ' wh fl SCOTTIE SMITH Co-captain JIM HENLEY '15-3 .3 , I ' 1- i ,. ,lima FL"-' . '3fQf2?A'n-iii' ii: ' 3,-:A.,.g-:Fig u . 1 - U .W 2 -fi Tflfi 'ii',i,j ' v- " , ' W' :Q ',.Qi5..fltf 'F' Q 'T " 4' f 2-.f H H T E.I :- "'ii4 ':" 3 , . ,,-'Li'.M,:Q:',?'rLJQf A y ,V nt- iff J: 1, "'if'fL- 3 ' 'u l . gl?-rg, qu-1 1: iw-1.4 .1 .afmz-.1 1- :'. 'vw ,rf-T. jagzgklglxfgisfgwiq - ,Q er : i vw- , 'fiwzfeav mn 1-,w?', qmdlszf-fg. ' ' ' v5T'E5"'H,'P,1v fi .911 -Q " .1-. 'if-'-.1 H. , F 15- 'e'- -af - b xi: M, fa:-.,1,,34 :.5...,.-'.'.:.g-.-' ,, , 4'f.1!,g,.. ,- .... V- ,- - - ggi.:-..:, 1 " 5' av 'ff ' 'fl fb: fgslff' 535 DON COLEMAN DAVE LAPLAN TE 2109: ROBERT TAYLOR P U., U nz .24 1061145 ' ra Most Valuable Player, Scottie Smith, Most Improved Player fDoug Tabner Awardj, jim Henleyg South-Toledo Kiwanis Scholarship Award, Robert Shorter All City Players: First Team Defensive End, Williaiiu Dukeg First Team Defensive Middle Guard, Sherman Smith, Second Team Of- Q rensive Tackle, "Skip" Markland Honorable Mention: Scottie Smith, Sam Carman, Galen Fries H end math Ray with co-mplnim Smilla and Cfzrmefz. C owboyr' teamwork mlm the Rami. 1967 mraify jooflaff leecornl Libbey 20 Rogers 6 1 My-q'N""m'h"' .'-:1 gigzzigi. - 1 , Libbey Findlay 8 '-e it , i- , f 1 .ir - it . - 5 J ' 1 A 'G Libbey Start 13 j -!Z.g.!.ir1!E?5 iqg- 522,-' 7 ' 5. In in 4 1 - , - x .Y my - V- F-b i vig . ,-,ai r f Libbey sr. Francis zo fig: :-: , :': - A 'gi ' b bo '94 . M30 . :.l . 'P b- e . , . iffy W 3 Libbey Niles 40 be .bi 1. f ,, . . , f L . ,J Y Zi. 'Q V. 'V .ab - zuz Libbey sbbb 6 bbb it if e -73 , . 'X . if 9 Libbey Woodward 8 C S L '-bfi 1 - , -I .,.,., i..,,1r?:V:,' - , . 6, . : A -.1?g , Hd. D6VlllDlSS 20 A -1 Q RQ 'f bfz' 1-393 gig, ,...v . . . . W, ,,, :uz V H , H h lzll tzz in In 4-'gf fwv- r .n f -d ag gee- iii:- i- 2.5,,.gf'f 'A are - Wins 5, losses 4, Ties 2 'F e:Qi32:2'??'ff - ,., v . , - Q . ,,., .,. . W. , 4. "?"5"?'g.v, Q -,iw rf ROW 1-R. jones, D. Neumann, R. McCourt, B. Emch, E. Franklin, F. Brown, E. Leasure, E, Floyd, J. Stover, G. Ramsey, T. Allison ROW 2-Coach Wineland, Coach Ray, F. Harris, D. Coleman, M. Soncrant, C. LaVrar, B. Shorter, G. Fries, S. Carman, J. McVicker, D. Drake, D. Blackshear, S. Smith, Coach Grzywinski, Coach jagodzinski ROW 5-E. Lamb, W. Duke, R. Barnhill, Dave Neuendorf, Doug Neuendorr, P. Markland, S. Smith, B. Taylor, A. XX'illoup,l1by, J. Henley, XX-'. Markland, L. Smith, C. Houston ir ii if ff e D' , x ,,,,, P if . 2110: T" . i . il ' f ' V, .'a.g. :g,:, N t - A -4 '::f-1-were H f ii ' 4... -Q.. , ".. sr ROW 1--Sherman Smith, Arthur Willoughby, Carl LaVrar, David Blackshear, Russell Harris, Rick Hannum, Paul Nungester, Greg Ramsey. ROW 2-jim Osborne, David Drake, Fred Harris, Gordon McIntosh, Delano Morris, Gary Soncrant, Tommy Stewart. ROW 3--Mike Masiker, Ed Burk, Doug Neuendorf, joe Williams, Coach Jagodzinski, David Neuendorf, Gary Collins, Ron Barnhill. goofgaf Record: Won 2, Los'r 2, Tied 1 and grook hlre 8064 gain-ea jrerfknzan goofgaf Record: Won 3, Losf 1, Tied ROY 1-Gerald Holman, Edward Coker, Danny Michael, Earl Stewart, Edward Suter, Jack Issacs, Ron West, Larry Taylor, Tony Hague, Allen Coo ROW 2-Greg Moris, Thomas Newbern, Richard Smith, Mark Switzer, john Trail, jeff Soncrant, Charles Person, Daniel Granadas, David Fields ROFV 3-Steve Sparks, Donald Gunkel, Quinton Newton, Decon Griffin, Cornell Smith, Curtis Dowling, Carl White, Paul Andrews, Richard Hayes, Car Owens 2 2111: ABE STEWERT DICKIE SMITH EDDIE TRAIL ucrdifg DEXTER HOLLOWAY JIM JOHNSON, Co-Captain CEDRIC FRANKLIN With the Cowboyf 7l7Zd61' atlark, C ofzrb Spire give! mlm zlirectiazzf. SIIZ: +1-.M fu . 'Hhs 'x mmm Eaalefgaf ' 5, -HB: -f fb A ' ,JA . .N- Rebelx fall to Cowboy: CHARLES HOUSTON RON BATTLES, c0-capfain EARL LBASURE MILTON CHAMBERS SAM GOLDEN CARL HAM P -1113: Cfmrb Spire with Co-C:z,f7fainJ jim jobmorz and Ron Batllef. 'Umzfy Z?a5Lef6Jf 196 7-68 Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey :F Libbey tl: Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey Libbey 96 Norwalk 106 Findlay 43 Central 104 Waite 90 Lima C. C. 94 St. john's Vacation-Tournrunents 75 Sylvania 78 Macomber 81 St, Francis 78 Start 96 Bowsher 80 Devilbiss 75 Macomber 86 Belmont 85 Scott 67 Rogers CITY CHAMPIONSHIP 40 Central SECTIONAL TOURNAMENTS 95 Clay 69 Devilbiss 56 Rogers DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS 87 Napoleon 58 Central 49 60 48 44 78 37 55 54 61 61 66 55 61 70 43 54 55 56 io 64 59 CITY RUNNER-UP SECTIONAL CHAMPS . . . DISTRICT RUNNER UP Carl Ham, Charles Houston, Sam Golden, Abe Stewart, Dickie Smith. Ron Battles, Dexter Holloway, jim Johnson, Eddie Trail, Iiarl Leisure S1142- .3 4,1 JE ..-J L15 I.-.Q 'E-ji? ROW 1-Carl Lester jones, Steve Sparks, john Oliver, Roy Estes, Greg Worthaln, Floyd Carter ROW 2-Medic Hicks, Ed Coleman, Lerman Battles, Mike Waters, Jack Williams, Quitman Ransey, Coach Draheim ogghfweigkf gadLef6a! lam LIGHTWEIGHT: 11 Wins: 5 Losses COWBOYS CUT A TRAIL FRESHMEN: 9 Winsp 3 Losses MJ jl"eJAl'l'lLll'l KCIALQMQ! iam ROW 1-Chris Price, Karl Burroughs, Tony Hicks, Carl White, johnny Trail, Lawrence Carter, Cornell Smith ROW 2-Richard Hays, james Temple, Dietrick Griffith, Coach Agosten, David Rayford, John jones, David Darnell if :IIS E- w-Qm--- in aw-.V , feng W Pm .S E filer JT? 3? Coach Draheim and the Brock brothers CROSS COUNTRY AWARDS 1. State cross-country award-Wesley Brock 2. First team all city--Wesley Brock, Tyrone Brock, Ron Leary Charles Ballard 3. Second team all city-Lionel Brock clade? larinfa fo Cpofumguo CROSS COUNTRY RECORD CITY CHAIVIPIONSHIP MEET 1. LibbeY, 52, 2. Bowsher, 74 DISTRICT MEET 1. Libbey, 29, Bowsher, 60 REGIONAL MEET 1. Libbey, 683 Ashland, 94 STATE IVIEET 1. Worshington, 1005 Libbey, 176 ST. JOSEPI-I'S INVITATIONAL 1. Western Reserve Academy, 84, Libbey, 105 BGSU ANNUAL CROSS-COUNTRY RELAYS 1. Cleveland Grenville, 84, Libbey, 124 ASHLAND CLASSIC 1. Worthington, 78, Libbey, 92 Top 5 Libbey Sprinters ROW 1-John Oliver, James Brooks, Joe Newton, Cris Price, Bruce Taylor, Quitman Landing, Willy Bragg ROW 2-Coach Kohler, Carl Lester jones, Doug Meyers, Lionel Brock, Jack Williams, Ron Leary, james Temple, Charles Ballard, john Jones, Tyrone Brock, Westley Brock, Roland Harrison, Willy Howard, Floyd Carter, Tom Washer, Coach Draheim ...Q-uuqii :116 1 4 4 F 'f f ROW 1-Thomas Washer, Eugene Thompson, Ron Leary, John Stover, Randy Heidt -SLE., ,,.., ROW 2-Galen Fries, James Brooks, Wesley Brock, Charles jones, Willie Howard, Doug Meyers ROW 5-Bob Newborn, Lionel Brock, Rolen Harrison, Willie Braggs, Tyrone Allison, Charles Houston, Larry Smith ROW 4-Sam jackson, Walter Long, Manager Rodney Scheinder, Manager Wesley Proshek, Tyrone Brock, Willie Duke, George Shields, Carl Lester Jones ROW 5-Fred Brown, Randall Jones, Willie Tisdale, Coach 'Curly' Draheirn, Thomas Stuart, Dexter Holloway, Abe Stewart if p6lCLete2l'5 ROW 1-Doug Jones, Dennis Liebich, Mike Pommeranz ROW 2-jim Barker, Jim '1'homasson we Conquering Cowgoyd f sl? 1 9:3 E if , mlfrgl .L-wg. TZ Uc- PPLHKZQQ ' ..',. P K I, ROW 1-Sam Carmen, joe Powers, Richard Krerowicz, jim Emch, Reginald McGee ROW 2-William Ellis, Jim Never, Gary Collins, Gerald Sherman, Ed Trail, Sherman Smith ROW 3-Scottie Smith, Bobby Shorter, David Miller, Coach Lester COLU60g5 jAl"0LLg ROW 1-Danny Granador, Mark Switzer, Greg Rodriguez, jim Osborne, Nolan Weil ROW 2-Ernie Lamb, Jim McVicker, Coach Iagoclzinski, Larry Smith, Reggie Murphy .gganvlgf Smoofkied :llS: ROW 1-jim Clark, Steve Tzmdler, Terry Lzlwerance ROW 2-Couch Kubacki, Larry Bnzzell, Dave Venzkc, jack Williaxns OZQLLWZ mum, RONW 1-Terry Roehring, Ted Isaacs ROW 2-Curl Mikolniczyk, Ray Pozniak, Marion Pruszynski jke .S?rilaecZ-.gzirf gbiuiJion 1 fwfr. l i? 1 . 119 Q LK : Hb 4 x . -' .JS jfs ' L,-1 R ,W .xv s F W 4 I V- , pi. -el . -.. - ,, . A no 1 .Q ,,,. A y Mk ii , , ., 'Q ,I 1 5 'iv KH V, i.. L - T, , ,Lf :il N Jim johnson shows his All-City ability Hurry'in Houston confroms the "Noodle." W.- w rl ,,,..-ff MM. -ww X N. ws-'mf""'g' W E Houston and Holloway invade "Dixie" "Wl1ere you from, Ref?" Abe jumps fm- 2 Ron "battles" for the jump The calm before the Cowboy storm :IZI Cowboys "shoot" pw- a xr im Q. WH hx mm pn sw A Rm Q . qw mm mm m a waxy mum RWM mn we WN S535 EQ E new mmm nggms Q wwg EQW Wag nm uma mmf wx nwibgm iii-XFQQQ mf 1 . mi? an lv in www as A bqplq .m.M H, , M 2 : Aera mmm m nm vu ms mn ..gx 55mm an-1 ,,M ,u K A fx Q Q 1- as f M mfw xfx X .1 I E 2 1 QF -, E255 : Lfmmmngu +g:m5L4,,. nap uuwnwn anniua maize-mf um we-Q Q- r v1.2 f 5 x mya may n c x 2 n Q z I yn 'r I K sm 'H QQA am 1 1' he 1 W, I, , E Q 'Q V. 'X N. w 1 I ' 'Vx . 1 , , P-f als? LHiTmWq4llIhE? gllk E ' - f:5u:i5g V K3 ' 5 ' .7 , -rf' . QM Y' - W If if 'f u A - - . ' Eiiiiill M3255 M5222 w .,., ,.,,.., . I . , I I . E i U Z E mu K Another championship team? jim 4Imlu'1S0I1, Player of the week Sit down! Help us down! XVho greased the rope? YUU Cliff PUT 21 SCIUHYU PC!-I Wfhnt goes up must come down! :122: in a round hole! QQ r K mn a a A .1-.Ll n Q s 5 -m H pdfl"0l'L6 Gino's Periclean Literary Society J. C. Dennis Agency The Crystal Staff Palette and Craft Guild Master Paul Anthony Ballez Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bazzell Hansen Realty C1 1111 pany I ,l'ol1nny's Drive-In Mrs. Don Armstrong Willie 1111 L. Hess Karen Sue Hetzer Mr. Glenn Hyter Dr. Charles R. Marlowe Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer 124 Melvin R. P onnneranz Mr. and Mrs. Milton G. Pormneranz Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Siler Mrs. Snow's Fifth Hour Bill Washer Nor 111z1 n and Amy Zeiter Wesley Prosllek Mr. and Mrs. 10561111 1i0llllllSkl Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Shephercl Mr. and Lawson Hensley Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gerlieck Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Preston Tony Woorlmancy ,.g.' R e QQ- s- .XL -1 , v- -a.- Q., Lv- LEA - N 1 L ,,. L+ L - i Q, wg Q.. , 1,--gi in ,,,. ta, .fi 45- -1 - tiiiif gi L ONGR T ILATIG to the new graduates As parents, neighbors, and friends we naturally have a special interest in the quality of our schools. No community is better than its schools, and no school is better than the determination and willingness of a community to support standards high enough and broad enough to meet tomorrow's levels of need, both vocationally and for citizenship. OWENS-ILLINOIS Toledo, Ohio CD 126 H., Il-Il., IBIIRIKIENIKAMIP Funeral Home ilne.. Phones: 243-2183 - 243-2184 1003 to 1011 Broadway Toledo, Ohio Only One Branch Tremainsville and Alexis Trilby, Ohio 479-5377 HIGHLAND LANES 3835 Wayne St. 382-2421 Billiards - Bowling Snacks - Ball Drilling Open 24 Hours Daily BANQUET ROOM fN 6 6 M5 we 'L U U. reunm In 'Il f nm Annan rm., l, vw -v X S I 1 no .X B avsl I ' U 6' A f 'P Q '. ' 5 I 'I ' li : X '-"' I O H ' 5 U Ql! Today's classrooms furnish knowledge that will help in tomorrow's world. That's why Toledo Edison urges employees to improve their skills, abilities and mental growth through company-sponsored educa- tion and training programs such as: EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PLANS ADVANCED MANAGEMENT COURSES FORENIANSHIP CLASSES SPECIAL ON THE JOB TRAINING AND STUDY But. we also encourage other people to continue their education so they can qualify for increasingly important jobs such as those at Toledo Edison. A pl f K TOLEDO EDISON good ace o wor g.,.,.z .for Egg 64445 0 28.1 PRESTON'S SUNOCO FEARING 81 DUNHAM 3 82-6146 Tune Up and Brake Service 51,1510 0 vlwihi Q' s . mf, supfnmmrfrs 2845 W. CENTRAL 2150 S. BYRNE RD. CROMLY PHARMACIES TOLEDO, OHIO 1917 Airport Hwy. 3760 Rugby Drive Phone 382-2911 Phone 382-8141 128 smzuua DAIRY stones Wang, lfungml Home famous for freshness 1221 Bruailway 1419 South Ave. 385-3921 Open 7 Days Stop for after game gnagks Paul Mathewson Leeland E. Lamb Champion Cleaners and Formal Wear Rentals 1542 South 1164 Sylvania 382-7131 472-5567 Open Evenings Until 8 p.m. - SPECIAL RATES FOR STUDENTS - Barbara and Don Luettke Classes of '48 ancl '46 Congratulations to the 1968 Seniors 1609 Bfztldglgggggdl' SOUH1 YOUR SOUTH TOLED lVl LE BUSINESS COLLEGE HARDWARE CgNggR P TE Northwestern Ol1io's Largest Business College : Egfjg,-,8cTSg?SS,l2aTtTlS,?gg Seed I Foy Johnston Nlatch-lVlaker Wall Paints Positively Washable Flat-Semi Lustre 84 Enamels and School of Drafting Your are Cordially Invited to Visit Us at Our New, Finest Gift Center Completely Air-conditioned Location at Including Elect,-ic Appliances Remember-Shop Us First 224 Superior Street WE DELIVER Congratulations to the Class of 1963 from all the people at Fiberglas! World's largest producer of fibrous glass and fibrous glass products OWENS-CORNING F1 B EERHG LAS Walford's Family Store "THE STORE THAT HAS EVERYTHING" 15 O6 BROADWAY Locally owned and operafed for more Than 30 years Congrafufafiomi - gracluafea ABBA-LANE PHARMACY PAUL 81 CHARLOTTE LANE 445 SOUTH AVE. 248-2614 Congrafufafiond fo Me cfaaa of 1968 Compliments of MISTER SOFTEE GLENDALE LEADER DRUG FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY 382-3463 3014 GLENDALE AT THE TRAIL UTUBE CONGRA TIIUI lION.f To 'fll E F sfulons LUUK L " Lili 3 ,. ' 'gg 1 LEE GULF SERVICE I LL COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE ' L ' 'LIVI1 fn SERVICE Investigate the variety of career opportunities available atm 1401 Western Ave. af Spencer Ohio Bell P Nationwide Bell System nity employer 3 8 2 - 3 5 Compliments of Trail Nlediieall Center Pheurmaley 2060 GLENDALE TOLEDO 14, OHIO Attention Students! Special prices Drawing Sets T-squares Triangles Slide Rules Artist Supplies Toledo Blue Print and Paper Co. 316 Superior CH 3-7225 382-9511 Compliments of Wayne Super Market Karl Wolfert's Home of the finest Home Made Sausage Hickory Smoked Hams and Bacon A COMPLETE QUALITY FOOD MARKET Airport Hwy. Toledo, Ohio Best Wishes to the Class of 1968 Glendale Flo wer Shop and Greenhouse CORSAGES 2615 Glendale 382-3465 Ken and June Fineske 8 Class of '43 Swan Creek Lumber Company Quality Millwork Lumber and Hardware 241-1211 226 City Park Congratulations Seniors' C, DAIRY QUEEN Western at the Trail 'C' Bob Whitenack, Owner Courtesy Cleaners Cleaning - Showerproofing - Dyeing Reweaving - Tailoring 1226 Broadway - 968 South 241-3835 Rush Quality Cleaning -r F 8. S Western Shop Western Apparel For lVIen, Women, Q Children o Shirts F815 o Pants o Boots o Dresses o Hats l WESTERN SllllP Square Dance Records Newcomb Amplifiers X Saddles 6. Leather Goods Gen G. John Fries 1553 Western Ave. Toledo 9, O. EV 5-4741 156 E If? an 3 , lair J' 5 tum .... Senior Activity Committee Swingin' Snow! LHS Marching Band Another hundred points? The pretzel? Surely beats packing u lunch! Bob and jim discuss sport section with Mrs. H 2137: HW 5 Patricia Stevens Career College SL Finishing School Mary LaRue, Director 2 4 8 - 2 4 3 8 216 Superior, Between Jefferson and Madison EiHiig0 Drink e er ' Wlth ew fx it llnglh Coca-Cola ,E ei Bottling Co. W i Catawba and Sylvania '74 Toledo Ohio A g L4 via- f ,. '-i L i : J oe I. Cooper FLORIST Send a gift of flowers or make your gift selections from our enchanting gift gallery Hallmark Greeting Cards Hummels - Crystal Ware A TIME FOR DECISION Brian Ta lor, John Schneider and Milton Pommeranz discuss Y the advantages of ROTC at the University of Toledo. Reserve Officers Training Corps offers opportunities to advance yourself to positions of leadership. BE A LEADER "Ein utrime, In mark, In finh, :muh uni in givlhf' -TENNYSON Mrs. Snow's First Hour Seniors Uncle Jazcllzis Figurines - Pottery Featuring Permanent Floral Arrangements Fine Broiled Steaks and Chops 6200 a.1'I1. to p.II1. 3328 Glendale Southland Shopping Center Toledo, Ohio 138 Sondra Albrecht: F.Il.L.A. 3,4: Junior Deborah Cooke: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. Dorothy Fonder: Zets 3, 4. Sgt.-at- James Harker: Basketball 1. 2. 32 Deborah Glover: Bible Club 2, 3' 4: Larry Bazzell: Quorum 3, 4: German Achievement 3: GirLs Intramurals 1: Homecoming Comm. 4. Lowell Allen: Jefferson 1. Albert Almnrcz Vivian Anayn Theodore Avery Bobbie Awls James Awls: Scott 1. Sylvester Awha Diane Buchlcr: Y-Teens 3: Teen Club 1. 2: Pep Club 3: Junior Achieve- ment 2, 3: Libbey Leader 2, 3: Office Aide 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Cap and Gown Comm. -1: Mimeo- urnphing 4. Janet Bacon: Libbey Lauder 2, 3. 4: Girls lntrannu-ails 2, 3. Jeanette Bail: Girls lntrumurnls 1. Nu- tionnl Honor 4. Cnrolyn Bailey: Phils 2, 3, 11: Report-er 4: F.B.L.A. 3, 4: Junior Achieve- ment 2: EDELIAN. Phototrx-uDher's Asst.: Senior Play Makeup Comm. 4: Counselors Aide 2, 3. National Honor fl Debbie Bull: Y-Teens 32 F.B.L.A. 1.2, 3: Girls lntrumurals 1: Pom Pom Girls 3: Rhythum Round-Up 2. Diana Ball: Office Aide: Girls Intru- muruls 1: Senior Play Comm. 4. Charles Bullard: Band 1, 2. 3, 4. Drum Mnjm- 4: Choir 1: Truck 1, 2, 3, .4: Cross Country 1, 2. 3, 43 -Tumor Achievement 1. Tennis 3. Croix: Barnes Kathleen Barnes Dale Bnrnhill Ronald Bottle: linskctball l, 2. 3' 4- Club 1, 2, 3: D. E. C. A. 4: Crystal 3: Photogrnpher 3: EDELIAN, Ad- vertising Editor: National Honor 4. Shirley Bcene Bill Black Kenneth Black: Football l. 2, 3- Boverly Bliss Lillian Bly: F. H. A. fl: Scnior Trip Comm. 4: Senior Activities Comm. 4: Teen Club l. Michael Holden: D. E. C. A. 4: Junior Achievement 3, 4: lin..-sketlmll 3. Martha Bonds Karen Booher: National Honor Sociely 8, 4: Zets 2, 3, 4: Corr. Sec. 3: Ger- man Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Sec. 3, Treas. 4: Girls Intramurals 2: Crystal 3, 4, Page l Editor 4: Junior Play Comm. 3: .lunior Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Counselors' Aide 1, 3, 4: Prom Comm. 3, 4. Kathleen Boykin: Junior Achievement 4: Senior Banquet Comm. 4. enior agrwlex Tyrone Brock: Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. Westley Brock: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4. Bonnie F' Brooks: Fallen Timbers 1: I. ll. L. A. 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Soc. 2. Betty Brown Charles Brown: Football 1, 2. 3: Bas- ketball 1: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Projection Aide 2, 3, 4. Eugene Brown Fred Brown: Projection 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity "L" 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3. 4- llickey Brown: Basketball l. Robert Brown Dennis Buck: Wrestling' 1, 2, 3: Art Club 2, Activities Officer 2. Mary Jo Buck: Cardinal Newman 1: Athletic Office Aide 3. 4. .lumen Burgess Janet Burnley: Bible Club 3: Libbey Leader 3: Y-Teens 3, 4, Vice-Pres.: Pres. 4: F. B. L. A. 3, 4, Reporter 4: D. E. C. A. 4, Sec: Girls Intra- murals 2, 3: Junior Achievement 2. 3. 4: Junior Ring Comm. 3: Cap and Gown Comm. 4. Brenda Byrd: National Honor Society 3, 4: Peries 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3: Latin Club 1. 2, 3. Vice-Pres. 2 I Art Club 4 : Girls Intramurals 2 : Junior Activities Comm. 3. Mury -Callahan: F. H. A. 3. Sam Carman: Football 1, 2, 3. 4. C0- 1: Y-Teens 3, 4, Treas. 3: Girls In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Libbey Leader 3, 4: Homecoming Comm. 4: Pep Club 3. Terry Cousino Jerry Cox: Bowling 2. Linda Dnhlke: Girls Intramurals 2, 3. Jesse Davis Ken Davis: Quorum 3, 4, Pres. 4: German Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3: Alchemists Club 3, 4, Sec. 4: Junior Activities Comm. 3: Senior Prom Comm.: National Honor 4. Dorothy Derden: Corrie Dotson 1: Junior Achievement 1. Larry Dey Joseph Drahan Shirlee Dugger Kenneth Dunlap: French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 4: Bible Club 3, 4: D. E. C. A. 4: Crystal: Junior Prom Comm. Mary Durham: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4: Pep Club 3, 4, Sec. 4: F. B. L. A. 4: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2 ,Historian 4: Home Room Rep. 1, 2. Jerome Edmond Nancy Ehman: Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 4: Upward Bound 1, 2: Senior Activities Comm. 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2: Teen Club 2. Captain 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 42 Wrestling 1, 2, 4. Linda Carter: Junior Achievement 2. 3, 4: Home Room Rep. 3: Upward liound 3: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3. Sharon Carter: Junior Achievement 3: F. H. A. 3: Girls Intramurals 1, 2. Warren Carver Kathleen Chambers: Junior Achieve- ment 3, 4: Girls Intramurals 1: Sen- ior Banquet Comm. 4. Sully Champion: F. B. L. A. 2. 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3: Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3: Junior Achievement 3. Diane Charles Frank Cherry Linda Chesney James Clark: Bowling 1, 2, 3. Sue Clark: Teen Club 2: F. B. L. A. 3: Girls Intramurals 2, 3. Don Coleman: Scott 1, 2: Football 3, 4. Jerome Coleman Currie Coley: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4. Cymel Coley Molly Cook Lindo Ellis: Y-Teens 3, 4: Libbey Leaders 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Girls Chorus murals 2, 3, William Ellis: 3: Track 12 Bruce Emch : Home Room it Choir 4: Girls Intra- Football 3: Baseball 2, Cross Country 1. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Rep. 1. Karen Fahle: Girls Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Peo Band 4: Home Room Rep. 4. Sharon Fahle: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Pep Band 4: National Honor 4. Mike Farnsworth James Fetters: Maumee Valley Country Day School 1, 2: Quorum 3, 4: German Club 3, 4, Hist. 4: Crystal 3, 4, Reporter 3, Photo- grapher 4: Senior Trip Comm. 4. Karen Fic: Peries 2, 3, 4: Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Pres. 4: Teen Club 1, 2: Y-Teens 3: F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Crystal 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4: Junior Play Comm. 3: Counselors' Aide 4: Senior Banquet 4: National Honor 4. Earlene Fields: Junior Achievement 2: Upward Bound 2, 3: F. H. A. 4: Y-Teens 3: Girls Intramurals 1, 2. Mark Fink Joe Fisher: National Honor Society 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2, Pres. Z: Alchemists 3, 4: Junior Achieve- ment. 3. 2139: Arms 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Secretary 3: F. B. L. A. 2. 3, 4. Treas. 4: Libbey Leader 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Comm. 3 : National Honor 4. Linda Fortunate: McAuley 1. James Francis Cedric Franklin: Football 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 4: Track 4: Varsity "L" 4: National Honor 4. Elliott Franklin: Football 4: Basket- ball 2: Track 1. Sharon Frick: Y-Teens 3: Pep Club 3: Crystal 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Managing Editor 4: Senior Banquet Comm. 4. Gary Frye: Projection 3, 4: Wrestling 1. Donita Gaasch : Spanish Club 1, 2 : Junior Activities Comm. 3 : Home- coming Comm. 4. Connie Garcia Mary Garten Michele Gaston: Junior Achievement 2: Latin Club 3, 4. Craig Gerald Mark Gerbeck: Quorum 3, 4: Sec. 4: Alchemist Club 3, 4: EDELIAN, Asst. Advertising Editor: Memorial Comm. 4. Alicesteen Giles Larry Giles: Choir 3, 4. F. B. L. A. 4: Girls Intramurals 2. Yvette Goosby: Scott 1, 2: Girls Intra- murals 3, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4. Steve Gorsuch Gary Gray James Green Sharon Green Diane Greener: F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2. Larry Greener: Art Club 3, 4: Crystal 3, 4, Writer 3, 4. Spencer Sharples 1, Betty Gregory: Maumee 2: Snanish Club 2, 3. John Hague: Football 1. Terry Hamilton: Football 1: Basket- ball 1. Doug Hancock: German Club 1, 2, 3: EDELIAN, Faculty Editor: National Honor 4. Clifton Hanks John Hannum David I-Iardison Paulette Harmeyer Denise Harper Angela Harris: Junior Achievement 2: Alchemist Club 3: German 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 3, 4: Crystal 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 3, 4: Junior Play Comm. 3: Memorial Comm. 4. James Hart Patricia Hayden Pat Hayes: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Beverly Hedges Rosetta Henderson James Henley: Choir 1. 2, 3. 4: Home Room Rep. 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1: Track 2. Sandi Hensley: Teen Club 1: F. B. L. A. 3: French Club 2: Pep Club 3: EDELIAN, Asst. Junior Editor: Junior Activities Comm. 3: Junior Play Make-un Comm. 3: Senior Play Prop Comm. 4: Counseloi-'s Aide 3, 4. Gloria Hernandez: National Honor Society 3, 4. Fran Hess: German 1. 2, 3, 4, Hist. 2: L. A. S. S. O. 3: Pep Club 3: EDELIAN 4, Asst. Editor: Junior Play 3: Senior Banquet Comm. 4. National Honor 4. Anita Hetzer: Phils 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4: Nurse's Aide 3, 4: Girls Intrarnurnls 2, 3: EEJELIAN, Asst. Faculty Editor: Senior Play: Senior Activities Comm. 4: Senior Announcement Comm. 4. Jamie Hicks Connie Hoffheins: Sandia 1, 2: Choir 3, 4: French Club 3, 4. Gentile Horn Lillian Howie: German Club 2, 3: Jun- ior Achievement 2. Judy Hudgens: Western 1, 2. Evelyn Hutchinson Sheila Hutson Sheila Hymore: F. B. L. A. 3: Teen Club 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 2, 3, 4: Rythum Round-Up 1, 2: Counselors' Aide 4: Announcement Comm. 4. John Hyter: Quorum 3, 4: German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Pep Ban-d 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Treas. 3: Memorial Comm. 4: National Honor 4. Jim Ingersoll: Football 1: Basketball 1, 2: National Honor 4. Ted Isaacs: Band 1 ,2, 3, 4: Varsity "L" 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4. Arnold Jackson: French Club 3: Latin Club 2. 3: D. E. CL A. 4, Pres. 4: Junior Ring Comm. 3. Sammie Jackson: Football 4: Track 4. Shing' Jackson: Girls Intramurals 1, Pal: Jagodzinskiz Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 4: Girls Intra- murals Z. Evonne Jaynes: Homecoming Queen 4: Phils 2, 3, 4: Banquet Comm. 4: National Honor 4. YViIlie Jennings: Football 1: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3. Jim Johnson: Scott 1: Basketball 2, 3, 4. Roy Johnson: Football 1, 2, 3: Wrestl- ing 1, 2: Track 1. Frederick Jones Thomas Knsprzyk: Bowling 3, 4: Foot- ball 1. Dennis Keyser: Choir 1. 2. 3: Art Club 2, 3: Bowling Team 4. Karen King: Y-Teens 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Bible Club 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4: Home Room Rep. 3: Girls Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Libbey Leader 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Junior Play Comm. 3: Banquet Comm. 4. Joanne Klein: Y-Teens 3, 4: F. B.- L. A. 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4: Coun- selors' Aide 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. Dave Knuth: National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Quorum 3, 4: Treas. 4: F. T. A. 3, 4, Parliamen- tarian 4: Bowling 3: Crystal 2, 3, 4, Page 4 Co-Editor 4: Junior Play Stage Manager: Senior Play Stage Manager. Cheryl Koller: Y-Teens 4: F. li. L. A, 42 Pep Club 3. Bonnie Kranz: National Honor Society 3, 4, Treas. 4: Zets 2, 3, 4, Chap- lain 3: Libbey Teen Club 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 2: F. T. A. 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4: Girls Intramurals l, 2: Crystal 3, 4, Co-Editor'-in-Chief 4: Junior Ring Comm. 3: Senior Play Student Director 4: Library Aide 1, 3: Prom Comm. 4. Richard Krerowicz: Bowling 3, 4: Base- ball 3, 4. Terry Kuhn: Quorum 3, 4: Alchemists Club 3: Stage Band 1, 4: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2: Pep Hand 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Junior Achievement 3: Memorial Comm. 4: Junior Ring Comm. 3. Christine Ku nikowski James LnBeau: Tennis 1: Band 1, 2, 3: Junior Achievement 3: Can Sz Gown Comm. David LaPlante: Basketball 1: Cross Country 2: Track 1: Football 4: Spanish Club 4. Judy Lawson: Teen Club 1: Band 1: F. B. L. A. 2, 3: Reporter 3. Betty Lny Ron Leary: Varsity "L" 3: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. John Lemay: Choir 2. Dennis Liebich: National Honor 3, 4: Quorum 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: Alchem- ist Club 3, 4: Pres. 4: German Club 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Vice-Pres.: Senior Class Vice-Pres. Rickey Lindsay: Choir 2, 3, 4. Rosa Loper: Teen Club 1, 2: Y-Teens 3: Bible Club 2: Pen Club 3: Jun- ior Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Patti Lawrie: National Honor 3: Phils 2, 3, 4: Teen Club 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Vice-Pres. 3: Spanish Club 3: Crystal 3, 4: Page 2 Editor 3: Office Aide 1, 2: Libbey Leaders 1: Homeroom Rep. 1. Robert McClorrine: French Club 2, 3, 4: Chaplin 3: Latin Club fl: Al- chemist Club 4: Junior Achievement E,1ii.14: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- a . Ruth McCorvey : Library Aide 3: F. li. L. A. 3: Bible Club 3: D. E. C. A. 4: Chaplin 4. Pat McCourt: National Honor 3, 4: Zets 2, 3, 4: Corr. Sec. 4: F. T. A. 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Mujorette 3, 4: Junior Activities Comm.: Junior Play Prop. Comm.: Senior Home- coming Comm.: Office Aide 4: Homeroom Rep. 1. Myricks McGee: National Honor 3, 4: Student, Council 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Re- porter 2: Pres. 3: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Quorum 3, 4: Crystal 3, 4: Co-editoia in chief 4: Junior Pluy Comm.: Junior Play Cast: Quiz Bowl 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Comm. : Senior Activities Comm. Richard Melia ruhan Jim McVicker: Varsity "L" 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, fl: Wrestl- ing 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4. .lack Malzrey: Latin Club 4: Alchem- ist 4. Karen Mack: Teen Club 1: F. B. L. A. 1: Girls Intramurals 2: Junior Class Play Comm.: Mimeographing 4. Pat Markland: Football 1, 2, 4: Wrestling 1. Terry Martell: Choir 'l, 2, 3: Base- ball 3, 4: Senior Prom Comm. I-Iclen Martin: Scott 1, 2, 3. Judith Martinez Pat Masiker: Counselors' Airle 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 3. Bruce Maxwell: Football 3: Crystal 3. Roy Meade: Pallet 8: Craft 1. 2. 32 Vice-Pres. 2: Pres. 3: Football 1: EDELIAN, 2, 3, 4: Art Gi Illustra- tions. Sandra Meadows: Peries 3: Y-Teens 3. :l40: Andrea Mendoza: Phils 2, 3, 4: Chun- lin 3: Pres. 4: Teen Club 1, 2: Y- Teens 3: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Pres. 4: Girls Intra- murals 1, 2: Junior Class Play Prop. Comm.: Senior Class Play Cast: Can K: Gown Comm: Glee Club 1: Choir 2, 4: Pom-Pom Girls 3: National Honor 4. Knlhleen Merritt: Counselors' Aide 1, 3. Margaret Meyer: Zem 2, 3, 4: Sgt.-ab Arms 3: Recording Sec. 4: German Club 2, 8, 4: L. A. S. S. O. 2: Girls Intramurals 2: Crystal 3. 4: Reporter 4: Homecoming Comm.: Counselors' Aisle 1, 2, 3: Homeroom Rep. 2: Senior Class Play Cast: National Honor 4. Roselyn Meyer: Perics 3, 4: Viccsljres. 4: Teen Club 1: F. B. L. A. 3, 4: Crystal 2, 3, 4: Reporter 3: Page 2 Editor 4: Cap 8: Gown Comm: Na- tional Honor 4. David Miller: Macomber 1: Baseball 3. .lack Miller: Football 1: Vllrcstling 1, Jean Moesh: McAuley 1, 2: Zets 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: F. T. A. 3, 4, Sec. 4: Junior Class Play Comm.: Senior Trip Comm.: National Honor 4 : EDE- LIAN Asst. Activities Editor. Kathy Moore: Pep Club 3: F. H. A. 3: :rt Club 3: D. E. C. A. 4: Historian Linda Morris: National Honor 3. 4: Teen Club 1, 2: F. T. A. 3: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: Alchemist Club 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3. Sherhonda Morris: Junior Achievemenl. 2: Mimeoi-rruphing 4. Gloria Mosley: McAulty 1, 2: D. E.- C. A. 4: Vice-Pres. 4. Linda Morrow Rexzinnld Murphy: Basketball 1: Foot- ball 1: Cross Country 2: Wrestling 3. 4. James Neal: F. B. L. A. 3, 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2: Choir 3. 4: Boys Chorus 2: Junior Class Sift-at-Arms : Homecoming Comm.: Senior Class Sgt-at-Arms. Chnrline Neitling: Maumee 1: F. B.- L. A. 3. Jim Never: Maumee 1: Wrestling 2, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Senior Prom Comm. Rose Norwood: F. T. A. 3, 4: Bible Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Senior Prom Comm. Dana Noyes: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sgt-ab Arms 4: Pep Hand 3. 4. .lnmes 0'Leury: Boys' Chorus 4. Jerry 0'Neil: National Honor 3, 4: Quorum 3, 4: German Club 1 ,2, 3, 4: Treus. 2: Pres. 3: Chess Club 3: Junior Prom Comm.: Senior Trip Comm.: Bond 1, 2, 3, 4: Sec. 2: Pres. 3: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Band 1: Quiz Bowl 4: Junior Class Play Cast: Rythm Roundup 2. Catherine Oliver: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: His- torian 3: Pres. 4: Art Club 2, 3: Senior Trip Comm. Diane Pnluch Leona Peek: Whitney 2, 3: D. E. C. A. 4: Historian 4. Steve Phcils Kathy Phillips: Girls lntraznurals 43 Junior Achievement 4. Michael Pommernnz: National Honor 3, 4: Pres. 4: Quorum 3, 4: German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sgt-at-Arms 25 Alchemists 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: Var- sity "L" 3: Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4: Stu- dent Council 3, 4: Senior Prom Comm. Jeanne Porter: Peries 2 ,3, 4: Y-Teens 3: Teen Club 1: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2: Crystal 1, 3. 4: Reporter: Homecoming Comm.: Choir 2, 3, 43 Librarian 3: Dramatics Club 2: Glee Club 1: National Honor 1. Joseph Powers: National Honor 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Pres. fl: Glee Club 13 Baseball 3, 4: Junior Class Play Comm.: Senior Class Pres. Donna Preston: Teen Club 2: F. B. L. A. 3, 4: Sec. 4: Counselors' Aide 2, 3: Junior Class Play Prop. Comm.: Junior Class Play Comm.: Cap 8: Gown Comm.: EDELIAN, Senior Editor: National Honor 4. Knthryn Price: Spanish Club 3: Bible Club 4: Senior Class Play Cast: Y- Teens 3, 4: Homeroom Rep. 4. Leln Price: Phils 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: F. T. A. 3, 4: Historian 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Asst. Sec. 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Library Aide 23 National Honor 4. Wesley Proshek: Track Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4. Phillip Rayford Sandra Ream Tim Rcdfox: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Achievement 2. Ray Reitz: Hand 1, 2, 3, 4: Pop Band 3, Al: Junior Achievement 2. Mary Sue Reynolds: Student Council 3, 4: Zets 2, 3, 4: Censor 3: Pres. 4: Teen Club 1, 2: Pres. 2: Y-Teens 3: Ti-eas. 3: F. T. A. 3, 4: Trcas. 4: Crystal 3, 4, Reporter 3: Page 3 Co-editor 4: Junior Play Prop. Comm.: Cap Ez Gown Comm.: Coun- selor's Aide 3. Terry Reynolds Yvonne Richards: F. B. L. A. 2: D. E. C. A. 4: Treas. 4. Mike Ringer: Sylvania 1, 2. Donald Roberts: Quorum 3, 4: D. E. C. A. 4 : Choir 2, 3, 4 : Cross Country 1 : Bowling 3: Football 4. Cheryl Robinson: National Honor 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Treas. 4: Peries 2, 3, 4: Historian 3: Y-Teens 3: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice- l'res. 3: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Libbey Loaders 3, 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2: Crystal 2, 3, 4: Reporter: Junior Ring Comm.: Senior Class Play Cast: Senior Banquet Comm.: T. A. C. Queen Candidate, Linda Rodriquez: Pettisville High 1. Oscar Rodriguez Kathy Rolen: F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 4: Projection Aisle 3, 4. Janis Rc-minski: Phils 2, 3, 4: Sec. 4: Teen Club 1, 2: Junior Achievement 2: F. H. A. 2: F. T. A. 3: Home- room Rep. 3: Girls Intramurals 2: Crystal 3, 4: Page 3 Co-editor 4: Junior Prom Comm.: Junior Class Play Cast: Junior Class Sec.-Trans.: Senior Class Sec.-Trans.: Minico- graphing 4: National Honor 4. Gloria Russ: F. B. L. A. 2, 4: Glee Club 1: Junior Achievement 1. Gilbert Ruiz Jon Sackrider: Macombei' 1, 2, 3. Pezfry Sayen: F. B. L, A. 1, 2, 3: Pro- jection Aide 4. Michael Scott: Springfield High 13 Football 2. Betty Sexton: Counselors' Aide 3, 4. Gerald Sherman Cora Sherwood Bobby Shorter: Student Council 1, 23 Sgt,-at-Arms 2: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Comm.: National Honor 4. Edith Shuman: Girls Intramurals 1. Robert Siler: Varsity "L" 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 3: EDELIAN, Asst. Sports Editor. Pat Sijnn: Central Catholic High 1, 2. Kalhern Slusher Alma Smith: Girls Intramurals 2, 4. Cnlvin Smith: Wrestling 1, 2: D. E. C. A. 4. Kenneth Smith: German Club 2 ,3, 4: Wrestling 2: Junior Rim: Comm.: Homecoming Comm. Richard Smith: Varsity "L" 3: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1. 2141 Scottie Smith: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Co- Captain 4: Basketball 1: Baseball 3, 4: Varsity "L" 3: Choir 2, 3: Sgt-at-Ai-ms 3. Deland Solomon: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Mike Soncrant: German Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4. Evelyn Spearman: Teen Club 1, 2: Y- Teens 3: Bible Club 1. 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls Intra- nmrals 1, 2, 3, 4. Rinhard Stacy: Elkhart Hiirh 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 4: Base- ball 1, 4. Linda Stanton Ray Stivenson: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3. Ruth Stone: Teen Club 1, 2. Robert Stovall Mavis Stuhlilefield: Choir 2, 3, 4: Ro- barian 2: Librarian 3: Junior Achievement 2: Y-Teens 3, 4: Bible Club 2, 3: French Club 3, 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4: Rythm Roundup 1, 2: Homeroom Rep. 1, 2. Linda Stocker: Girls Intramurals 1. Velma Sullivan: Patrick Henry High 1: Rufus High 2: Scioto V. 3. Linda Suter: J unior Glass Play Comm. 1 Office Aide 2, 3: Projec- tion Aide 2: National Honor 4. Lauri Switzer: F. B. L. A. 2 ,3, 4: Homecoming Comm. 5 Homecoming Queen Candidate. Elaine Tull: Y-Teens 3, 4: Historian 3: Bible Club 4: Humeroom Rep. 4: Girls Intramurals 1: Senior Class Play Prop. Comm. Robert Taylor: Football 2, 3, 4: Bus- ketball 2. 3. James Thomnsson: Quorum 3 ,4: Gor- man Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Alchemist Club 4: Junior Achievement 2: Ten- nis 3, 4: Varsity Football Manager 4: Senior Announcement Comm.: EDELIAN, Sports Editor. Pam Tibbits: National Honor 3, 4: Sec. ll: Zets 2, 3, 4: Historian 3: Teen Club 2: Counselors' Aide 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Play Cast: Jun- ior Activities Comm.: Homecoming Comm: Homecoming Queen Candi- date: EDELIAN, Editor. Willie Tisdale Linda Trail: Waite 1: Y-Teens 3: F. B. L. A. 3, 4. Put Turner: Libbey Leaders 3, 4: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Deborah Venzke: Teen Club 1: F. H. A. 3, 4: Treas. 4: Junior Achievement 1, 2: Girls Intramurals 2: Senior Trip Comm. : Senior Activities Comm. Karen Vnuck: Peries 2 ,3, 4: Y-Teens 3: Pres. 3: F. B. L. A. 2, 3, 4: Chaplin 3: Pros. 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain 4: Junior Prom Comm.: Homecoming Comm.: Home- coming Queen Candidate: Junior Class Play Prop. Comm.: Counselors' Aide 3, 4: EDELIAN, Freshman Editor: National Honor 4. Linda Wade: Central 1: Zets 2, 3, 4: Historian 4: Pom-Pom Girl 3: Jun- ior Activities Comm.: Junior Class Play Cast: Homecoming' Comm.: Senior Class Play Cust: EDELIAN, Activities Editor: National Honor 4. Cheryl Waldun: Rochelle High 1, 3. Bill Washer: National Honor 3, 4: Quorum 3, 4: Sgt-at-Arms 4: French Club 2, 3: F. T. A. 3, 4: Pres. 4: Junim- Ring Comm.: Junior Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Crystal 2, 3. 4: Managing Editor 3: Page 4 Co-editor. Corine Waters: Teen Club 2: Y-Teens 3, 4: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rythum Roundup 1, 2: Home Room Rep. 2: Girls Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Girls Chorus 1, 2: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. Toyce White: Girls Intramurals 1. Rochell Whitfield: Y-Teens 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Treas. 4: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Girls Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Rythum Round- up 2: Home Room Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Activities Comm. Mike Whitmer: Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4. Ginny Williamson: Phils 2, 3, 4: His- torian 3: Trees. 4: Teen Club 1, 2: Y-Teens 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Vice- Pres. 4: Choir 1, 2, 3: Girls Intra- murals 2: Junior Class Play Comm.: .Junior Class Play Cast: Senior Banquet Comm.: Homeroom Rep. 2, 4: EDELIAN Sophomore Editor. Anthony Willoughby: Football 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3. Eileen Wilson: McAuley 1, 2: Phils 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Sec. 4: Quiz Bowl 4: Crystal 4: Re- porter: Junior Play Comm.: Junior Class Play Prop. Comm.: Homecom- ing Comm.: National Honor 4. Kathy Wilson: McAuley 1, 2: Phils 3, 4: Chaplin 4: D. E. C. A. 4: Junior Class Play Comm.: Homecoming Comm. Toni Woodmancy: Bible Club 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 4: J.C.W.A. 3: Libbey Leaders 2: Senior Class Play Cast: Senior Banquet Comm. Annie Wormely Richard Wright: Macomber 1, 2, 3. .Ioan Yorke: National Honor 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Library Aide 1, 2, 3. Alice Young: Y-Teens 4: Girls Intra- murals 2, 3. Penny Zeiter: Peries 3, 4: Chaplin 4: Y-Teens 3: F. B. L. A. 3: French Club 1: Girls Intramurals 1: Senior Announcement Comm.: EDELIAN, Asst. Sophomore Editor. Marilyn Zdrojewski: Central Catholic High 1, 2. Peaches Zinn .!dLLf0?l'6ll9A5 jbQ1gihDiZC?j!w WQ Qgjjiif M22 W g W My 1 MQW jZfMfZfgjZZ2?f7ym fm 29 MM? firffiiwgiifw f filQ ?f fwfffiiif '! W M W Qi Qfiwifgwm Qwijgywvidjjjgax egfggww W ,fwwwzff ..!4l,lt0gI'6l,9AJ W WV fffpjwwfw wi W .1411 fograiaki Q , 4 7W74J - Q W ww 7f- Nl, Q Qwwll 5 V1 lg- 4' mx --r gag wif Had L 23 J I nv 5, 1. 9' Eu! i . Ycybfcf HU! Q, Q' ll k f-G 006i 'b 'Y I If L-CCL LU 7 , .ja l J i-Q3-U6 " O6 5LfC1c,J4l- 66 70' mxfviw X w XA- 0,9 C' llergil 1 1 I I


Suggestions in the Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) collection:

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

1964

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1

1965

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1972 Edition, Page 1

1972

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

1975

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.