Elida High School - Reflector Yearbook (Elida, OH)

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Area churches promoted the spirit of Koinonia through outreach projects, but student leaders representing the senior class, student council and yearbook, meeting August 11, 1976, discussed the possibility of using this powerful word as the Elida High School theme for the 1976- 1977 school year. Enthusiasm for the Greek noun koinonia was immediate, but whether or not it could be made relevant for Elidans in the coming school year seemed open to ques- tion. Then came the observation that people sincerely caring about people always dis- played koinonia whether the .actual word was expressed or not. All Elida enthusias- tically expressed the spirit of koinonia when the baseball team returned from Columbus with the state championship trophy last June 5. ' It was displayed when the marching band earned the third place trophy out of sixty bands participating at the Niagara Falls, Ontario, Band Festival in May. Obvious caring by students and faculty existed when dozens of Elidans supported teacher Mike Estes in the 1976 cancer bike-a-thon. As a result, Mr. Estes won the Allen County race earning 51,376.00 for that cause. Nationally and locally concerned govern- ment leaders, in an attempt to minimize a possible swine ilu epidemic, inoculated over 7,900 Elida area residents in October, 1976. Caring was clearly evidenced. These are examples of the sharing, car- ing, and communication in the highest positive way. And that is what koinonia is all about. Reflector '77 invites all readers to peruse the 272 pages of the eighteenth volume of Elida's yearbook as the staff shows how 1700 Elidans pro- moted the spirit of koinonia. 2 Opening N . Xu, . K, , " , W c 5 ' N . lv - 1 X N 15 x f f W ' 4 ffl, , 4 mise' .X mg Z X c X , X 5.-nu.h,2 Liu NVJ.,z r I xx X , X -X f 1 QQX f K K X gy X, L J f .L OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Drum major Mike Icenogle leads the Elida Marching Band to a third place finish at Niagara Falls. OP- POSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Juniors Doug Vandemark and Jola Painter End a few spare moments to share a couple laughs. ABOVE: Cartoonist Dave Bastian posts one of his signs illustrating Bulldog support of koinonia: sharing, caring, communicating! LEFT: Teacher Mike Estes peddles along the route of the 1976 Allen County Bike-a-thon. His concern earned 81,376.00 for that cause. Opening 3 Students' efforts express koinonia S tudents of EHS actively communicated their ideas through sharing and caring in an effort to make the 1976-1977 school year one of koinonia. Elida's baseball team finished regular season play with a record of eighteen wins and twelve losses. Boosted by the support of many caring students, it entered tourn- ament action with a new spirit, winning the first state trophy in Elida history. Tracksters also showed their ability to excel by sending six people to state, five of which were women. Elida's Cross Country team added to the year of Koinonia by defeating all other teams in sectional competition, placing third in the district meet, and qualifying their entire team for the state meet. Elida's runners placed fifteenth in AA state competition. Cheerleaders donated much of their time to learning routines for pep assem- blies and games. Many of their Thursday evenings were spent, along with other interested students, decorating the halls of the school building. Band members communicated their talents by placing first out of five bands in the Bluffton Parade. They also par- ticipated in the halftime festivities of the Bluffton College homecoming game. Students learned of the need to share, care, and communicate in order to ac- complish whatever their goals may be. 41: ir 4 Opening .N,,g,.,i ,..,,. . ,W an 9 -Q, f, .53 15.5 ' 415- 12. Q Q .Axis I .1-ff'-r 123 .........,,, gf vi. 1 ,533 f1' --X -will ,.,.:'f ' 4 ii V 3 I TV Q le '- f e ..4 A ,-. .. - ffl., 14 1 TOP: Members of the 1976 AA Champion- ship Baseball Team share their joys of victory with thefans as they ride on their firetruck escort Lthrough Elida. FAR LEFT: To the far ' rightistands the Elida Fieldhouse which has a seating' capacity, of 4,000. LEFT: Seniors Mike Graham and Lisa Coon utilize the new method of college style self-scheduling. 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X I muh aT:z1c1' 121 1 1 iflil "f3 '1" moan 'In ea1'1ii55iene1.af'aisffess. sional 'Miller receives assistance fiom Iohii Smith is he communicates the need for help over his CB CTOPD Upon hearing thxs request, other concerned motorists Bud the location, KMID DLE? and stop to remedy hex problem 1 C151-:iw g'- Wong? QI 'Iiuun-Q is can law f fo jg..-2 -,.z , , Io fi X' .,,, , .- 1,-K ., , .A "1 ' a "' - '-'- - . -,1 i A I --1 fvgms. av I ' fi' 'i' -. A' ,. ,11 1 fda, 4. of 1 me-Q 1,,x- ,.'9',.:-. 'if , 1 - 1 r- 3 - B fuwk '58 eq, 4 ff , . f 1x ,fix ..1w,..m.-A-W-:ff if T K rr:-: eo List e TOP LEFT: Counselor Ms. Dolly Griffiths speaks to Lori Laibe on matters concerning her education at Elida. ABOVE: FTA mem- ber Elaine Alger spends her study hall time tutoring John Walsh. FAR LEFT: Before Homecoming ceremonies at the Delphos St. Johns game, Dennie Oakman and Diane Schimpf smile as he secures a mum to her coat. LEFT: Seniors Julie Kilgore and Phil Marks request their preference for specific teachers while scheduling for their senior year. This was part of the new self-scheduling program begun by the guidance office. Opming 7 l 1 X 5? , W I, f LW. .L,l If mm-,M .W ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES PEGPLE ACADEMICS COMMUNITY l r, A 'M slid: 1' iq ,Q mx n m 'ff rf' Alf. wiv x . I 1 , f"-X 54 4 mf , . i 11? ,X A fsgagnme-ing. 1? TOP: Maids Kris-Qiirnseg TerlvMeier, Ian Bushong, Mdry1Peters, 'Gena Blowers, Kim McPheron,MSharon Hall, 'and Nancy Hamlin show their sympathy for an overworked Pro- fessor Higgins. LEFT:AProving that a common girl can be transformed into a princess, Keith Vore, Karen Barnes, and Denny McGraw leave for the Queen's royal ball. f , Student Llfe 11 Sasw ' 'W V--Y 3 ',i?49gJlfff1i:ln9fLl gfQ:,f:s-ijivl ,Q w Y an wth '-mia? x Tl , g M l,1 ,2 ?Ef Q ,, Li l , ' 1 1 L A N ww. ,. 341,733 4 f RQ 5? I f,u, ,-4323 Wt? +., ,.,,.,f.,W.,, ,, A, qwfggg ,, La Q as , fl Mrmgsfv ,:i,,,W,.,,3,,N,-www:my Q,'fi2aisgLg4wf11.,f,L-fmwp 12 Student Life 5 ""N'n-1-., is Clear skies permit outdoor graduation C lear skies on June 6, 1976 permitted outdoor graduation ceremonies for the 231 Elida seniors. As the sun went down over Kraft Memorial Stadium there was embarrassment as only half of the stadium's lights worked, but undaunted officials decided to carry on as usual despite the inadequate lighting. Denny McGraw delivered the vale- dictory, while Tim Skamfer received the honor of being salutatorian. Reverend Donald Patterson of Allentown United Methodist Church preached the Bacca- laureate sermon. Graduating seniors from the Champion- ship baseball team presented Principal Gerald Smith with the State trophy. Class president Jeff Thompson presented the class gift of a new activities board to be placed in front of the school. After the presentation of diplomas by Board President Mr. Robert Slechter, the 231 seniors sang the Alma Mater. Kent Cannon gave the benediction and the Senior High Band played the recessional, thus ending the 83rd commencement exercises of Elida High School. V . ofthe .Sc1ioolii,Board. 1, RpbertESlechter'presents SueHgic1ig-Qwifiiher , Senior Denny'-McGraw-,de4 i ' ' liifersftl1e.valedictory at the closing.of.gra4du+ L ,.'1 ationfcereijronies ingKraft Stadium. S Student Llfe 13 ,Il gg ' ww: mv W fs ,- ' 4 J 'W we wg f E 'f , , 4 ' ' . W W ' 0 ti ff 9 ' 1 ' P 4, Q 5' f 3 4 ' V .H , Q , f :gg 5. QV 4 7 Y P Q was v,,, . ,sp AAL R, vc Y, X .,,w , ,ff .u ff -.-V ,a 3'..'1"'.--5.5-,n,'Ak ' , ' ff,-,Z,3j, -1,195 'I Q'1':"' .'4 H, fr. I lin! 4 .x::"'Qi'!1,x":Lf':,'fah . X 1 -f , .., 1- ,,x.. , . W , ,-- m.3'g -,d...x 5-1959- 7., , ,,i'1.,,5g, 1.4-W., ,:H',g--1f'.F1f..-,'-a- , -', 2-,L-'q,': ,gn 4,-:-,V ,,v nit. ,,,- . . 3. ' '--'-si ,- ,g -- ' , - ' Q .f- ,1' " ' T J . -. wif' .. 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Juniors chose Steve and Lisa Maxwell as prince and princess while Mark Kuhn and Sue Hatcher reigned as King and Queen of the Prom. Post Prom was held at the Lima YMCA from midnight until 5:00 a.m. Junior and Senior students who attended the party swam, danced, played billiards and basketball, jumped on the trampoline and feasted on chicken sandwiches and sweet desserts. Energetic couples danced to the music of Sir Thomas Johnstone. Vpp, Vypsypi ..,..yp V.Vp y ..e. if. s ... . tQ.lf1e!1srWSs2.1t11?2.!'ve in 7 J 11351 Q5l1?'14T Mill? Wim i.ifQl'?f?f?? flff 'T 7 Cf? 1' f -1 iji ' , . tmmenl -2t08?T?l9'31 !ni2.?W:iFQm3'!il'F4 29318 31.93 7 J . fhs Summsrhevsvisstrgrhe3sendsQffetflegiisvssirgliriri31?2 'N ...su Pl- E' ' 'HHN D 9 16 Student Llfe J s if 5 . m is 1-' HE f'ff.W'l 'N M wi, 'SY M. . 1 s 1' 'i X! Mfg, -ii K .,,,. ' .. N ,WPA , ,f My 1. Fawn. LEFT: Senior Mike Yarger demonstrates his physical strength at Post Prom as he- climbs the rope almost reaching the ceiling. B0'I'1'0M:DuringiPqst Prom ati the YMCA, Mike Mouser cencentrates on his next shot. Pool tables and pihg-pong tables were avail- able in the game rdqmof the YMCA, ve! .qi Student Llfe 17 . J ..c,f Carnival recreates 'Happy Days' theme " S it on it, you nerd!" This phrase and many others brought back memories of those 'Happy Days' during the 1976- '77 Carnival Talent Show on November 6. Co-masters of ceremony Conny Holsclaw and Darrell Bryan announced the 25 acts which included songs, baton routines, piano and drum selections, skits, and a dance group from the elementary. Mrs. Erma Miller directed the program. Becoming the new Carnival royalty, senior candidates Laurie Goare and Mike Leis were crowned Queen and King. Junior carnival representatives Natalie Miller and Chuck Moberly came in second place in class-money totals. Senior Chuck Lamberts won the raffle of the stuffed St. Bernard dog. Lori Max- well and Todd Morris represented the sophomore class while the freshmen chose Dina Nusbaum and Jeff Reiff. The enter- tainment ended with the cast and the audience singing 'Rock Around the Clock.' f,,,,1-mi-5, .,Vp J,,,p,ggf.f,,5.ff,-. ,,., -k-- .gg --,kf 3 K-.gg,,v,1g.-k-f55,.,,, '-'rg-'af--V1 ww.W.-ff...,rJ-'lf-.,.,. .,.. ,. .,- - W .s.,.,.. , W. , ,,,, , 18 Student Llfe ,gig ,I .ff R is Q 5 MQW W ini, f , . - 1 X, fgfs: , aff q j. Q . gf 1 QS 4.,,-..y QM A-,45,,.,.. . , . .,..,, Q, N. '-kf in v-,Q-b +1 -xl J.-Qgiwrnfik. -1, wx 'f -fqf,mgv.Jfv:.,f -- 4 ,1m,g , STK., ,V .,,,,J,,..t5, ,... ., .- .V K. M .. .N 1. M. Student Life 19 Boots, tunics, vests make fashion scene B oots, boots, and more boots hit the mod scene of things to wear in 1976- 1977. Knee-length gaucho pants along with vests were also worn by many area women. Tunic dresses with pants and cowl neck sweaters were a common sight at Elida. Dress pants and sweater vests composed many of the outtits of the guys around school, with many jeans also being worn. Painters pants also gained popularity with Elida students. New dances included the 'Watergate' and the 'Monorail,' although the 'Bump' and the 'Hustle' remained popular. CKLW and WLAC provided the popular music of Boston, Foghat, Queen, Aero- smith, Led Zeppelin and George Harrison. Farrah Fawcett Majors posters ranked among the top fads of the century. Elec- tion buttons and stickers were displayed by many, and the two-dollar bill resumed circulation. Mad and National Lampoon magazines were read in spare moments. A s K V. . , ,.,., A ,..,, . ,,,., ,.,.,,,i .,.., W, ,. ,. .,...,,a,...:,:1.., . . , . . , ..,,,,. ,.,. .,,.. l .,,. .,,..,..,. . M.-i...,.f..4f if wiht- Hatcher demnnstfatexsieps 1 i Wafefsafva xsefmitv 444 .hit -Slide . Qi!1iQ0ka2oigi E i i5fidi1i?4. Gsmmisffafif'hs?F?QWlZf??5l?i9!f?fEi??ZV 'fi Q teie A A I 559973, fi?9r91?5'3t?i l ln . . Zin1eT1e-- 20 Student Life 4? Student Life 21 Carter, coffee and cold make history during '76-'77 term W ith the election of Jimmy Carter, America's thirty-ninth President, the country could look forward to four years of peanut jokes. Question: Why did the people of Plains, Georgia have peanut- butter for Thanksgiving? Answer: Because they sent their turkey to Washington. Perhaps this humor provided welcome relief from the more than two years of anti-Ford humor, inaccurately portraying the ex-President as bungling and un- coordinated. Elida students gave the Republicans whopping election majorities in a state narrowly going for Gritz and Fritz. Local students and their parents, like millions of compulsive coffee-drinking Americans, refused to give up their favor- ite breakfast brew despite its soaring prices. Baby it was cold outside and inside, too. With the coldest temperature in the history of the weather bureau, Elidans and their fellow-Ohians shivered as the temperature dipped to -25" January 19. Classroom thermostats set at 65" assured the use of extra sweaters and coats in the classrooms. Sports-lovers, thrilled at Elida's State Baseball Championship, were also totally mesmerized by the gymnastic skills of Olympic winner Nadia Comaneci and the thrilling even though unsuccessful effort of the U.S. Cycling team with Limalander Alan Kingsbery of the U.S. Olympics Team. "What a year" was the noncommittal comment of many who would forever re- member the 1976-1977 school term. Q ' f i . Q if . . iw? N ear' .affagiafm ii Gigi 7 ' ' .Z 7 , 1' , ' -.. . ' .E new r f 1 agar. . .- s ,,, sy., 3 ,, .M ,ggi f L H 3 v E . F' 1521- J: F as E sm 7 gg Q me ,mfgas-.w, 5 .f-as .a .,,,,21g?t.f:.m..,.-.4e,H.aL.,,,-+2-V-Q, -W,-., ,...,., mess ss ..- - . .1 7 . ,,. ,+f-..- 'Usd-ff .U a- 15453, s . as-QECE'-"Qt l?32"'R,,,!suH3 39 a We-515599 F fmafurggq, ghd? p-,,t, 1. , .1.w .H .a,... ,.-. ff'iffaivf--.swML-, 1 f- H mia. H.-ff-. Student Life PfCS1'i?P??i:iJ11'1'1?Y C9ffef PaUS8S mfr S F1 ,,,,u.,, ,f W..,,,.,. 1,41 mentgixily -A" crowd whilejeaxzgggigfyigfliigzif.+5 QQl1I11ibx1s. cP1mf0 9""f"'-'SY vf 599??iM93?U12:F3?EL0W' DeSP'W be'9W?1Hf9i f9ii1iiCf?f9f?S J i 5Tlfeiliofs7 M3?k .sanqy, Deb shavexy. i amd, Ngg1gpu ,Fog ana, -mcreation -in thgl Limaff 1? f1ang1eqlA1an Kingsberyg Mgfb Thomps4m ,off V. ShQgwggeeA Missiong Kansasg Wayne Stetitmi' ofy Vinqiaifapolis, Indiana, ahdflohix Howard QE, - Houstim, Texaspcomposed the ,1976'Unitgdf lSia1QkDlympiC Cycling'Team. iPhoto courtesy F, Gedrge in Brattleboro, Vt.J. ' 'KY' Za, 'xx f if , Student Life 2 r. Class performs in 'Deadl Earnest' fThis is your last chance, Henry Gilcrest! Out the door!" This order came from Julie Golding in the Junior Class Play, 'Deadly Ernestl Elida's juniors presented their play November 19 and 20 in the Elida Junior High Gym. Geary Hilleary assumed the lead role in the play, as an unsuccessful young man struggling to attain success and happi- ness. With three separate acts, the play provided both comedy and suspense for the audience. Several months of preparation went into the production of the play, beginning with the try-outs in mid-September. Under the direction of Miss Pam Grear, the cast members devoted much of their time concentrating on stage fundamentals and learning lines. Main cast members included Geary Hilleary, Julie Golding, Lisa Bowers, Chris Miller, Lynn Klingler, Deana Swartz, Lynda Francis, Nancy Lloyd, Tesa Brenneman, Doug Vandemark, Jack Tanguay, Dave Martz, Jim DeMoss, and Kenny Walters. " I. elf ! sQ4a5 "fiifi it s. . 13 .5:iga,,.1Q fr' - Ea u"-. 'et , .Y :':d:.i". B 4' ' sv fi g? i siglgsm X,,,rI , .i,. ,Q , f , G - it Q mr 'a Wim, I. Fifi izsseiuaw x,,frv.:lfg- 1' .ww 4 ..' A-:QQ legal-.. - ' 54 V ,g f it- , . sem i? Yfv. tw ' 325' wg age , 24 Student Life --ff avid -ff- -1. 5. f ff ,S ,K ,. 1... .,., ,,,W . .. . . QRESULTSQ .f,,. ,.,,x W . . . 1 k,kV. .. .,,.,, ,. ,. , ,k., K ,K 1 f,V-- ig, ,W ,..,,:.,5f...3,f, rp . Gfadefffif iyici -1712 Carnivals e. .-. '27 1 Magazine Drive' 5 2 . S 1 Schooli-Spirit, , 1. 1 2 rlflfflifif R011 7 r Ezieb-41 ' 17 2 jgawrrpfai Wins? tjpe , fs F6 ??1-lnfliffafesfficifr-1 if - 7 - 12, . MP Classes of '77, '78 tie for Sweepstakes S eniors and juniors divided first place honors in the Sweepstakes compe- tition, earning distinction of being the best classes of the 1976-1977 school year. Each class had two first and two second place finishings. Competition was based on four areas: carnival competition, participation in the annual magazine drive, school spirit and honor roll membership. Seniors captured first place honors for the magazine drive and carnival competi- tion, while the juniors placed a close second in these categories. Disspirited sophomores finished last in every aspect of the competition. In the school spirit competition cheer- leaders chose the juniors as the number one class. They based their decisions on the spirit and participation of each class at pep rallies and at the games. First quarter statistics found the juniors taking the lead in the honor roll contest, with 40 'Vo of the class averaging 3.00 or better on a 4.00 scale. Seniors placed second with a 31'7o average. Then came the freshmen with 21070, and finally the sophomores with 17070. REFLECTOR '77 wishes to congratu- late the senior and junior classes for their sharing and caring which made them number one in 1976-1977. TOP: Senior Mike Lugibihl and juniors Monica Guagenti and Gina Hagaman try to guess which class will win the sweepstakes trophy. Both classes shared first place. Student Life 25 si rfwiifse 'WEB Y'-We an aZ22a,fef.saefzrgg,-',e,5g3gig,.. EHS Hall of Fame admits thirty-four S uperior citizens from Allen County's number one high school! That's the way Elidans regarded the thirty-four members of the 1977 Bulldog Hall of Fame and the institution they represented. Though membership-emphasis contin- ued to be in the academics field, the HOF also tapped students displaying organization, service and athletic ex- cellence. National Merit scholar John Smith was the number one HOF nominee. The top ten winners of the 1976 Scholarship Olympics also earned membership. Stu- dents scoring first, second, and third place in special tests, designed to deter- mine the top students in each subject area, received gold, silver, and bronze medals, respectively. 'We got a few breaks but a good team takes ad- vantage of the breaks.' Top Olympics winner Cynthia Tessier earned two golds and one silver. Second place went to Lynnita Segovia, winner of two golds and one bronze medal. David Bogner, Darlene Bowmen, Randy Jorgen- sen, Mace McCain, Jane McCoy, Susan Metzger, and Jeff Thompson each acquired two golds. Rounding out the top ten medal-win- ners, Curtis Holmes received one gold, two silvers and one bronze medal. Cartoon talents of David Bastian, a regular contributor of the national publi- cation Junior Scholastic earned for him HOF membership. Thirteen students received honors for themselves and their school for their service and organization contributions. Tim Skamfer received the John Philip Sousa Award as Elida's number one bandsman. Hall of Fame f .J .Tir X Editor Skamfer, representing the staff of Reflector '76, also received HOF honors because of top national-ratings earned by Volume 17. E lida High displayed pride in seven ser- vice-award winners. Student Council President Dawn Stauffer received Lima La Sertoma's Youth Service Award while Council Secretary Patricia Smith earned the Most Valuable Council Member Award. Elida dominated the Allen County United essay contest with Mary Mitchell placing first among all juniors and Lenore Keller placing first among county sopho- mores. Juniors Lisa Williams and Lisa Bowers placed first and second among county entrants in the Lima Board of Realtors essay contest. David Lamberts placed first in the American Legion Citizenship Contest for Allen County. Organization-awards went to State Farmer Max Troyer of the Elida Future Farmers and to Lori Durban and Laura Crider who placed fourth and sixth, respectively, in 1976 Ohio State Distrib- utive Education contests. Juniors Donise Long and Nathan Fogt represented Elida at Buckeye Girls' and Boys' State in the summer of '76. Fogt also earned HOF honors as Elida's most valuable harrier. A ll-city cross country first team honors went to Mike Graham while Kelly Edwards, sixth in the Ohio State high hurdles, and Sue Runyan, representing the state-qualifying Elida Women's Track Team, also earned HOF berths. Elida's proudest moment came in June when the baseball team won the AA State Championship. Coach Dick Prince said, "We got a few breaks but a good team takes advantage of the breaks." All-State pitcher Rick Rumer represented the team in the Hall of Fame. Seniors Craig Bowers Cbasketballl, Steve Schierholt, and Barry Walters tfoot- balll earned HOF honors for their all- Lima-City first team berths and rounded out the HOF membership list for 1977. Reflector '77 takes pride in congratu- lating all thirty-four HOF members. A 2 .X ,, 'ggi ' , . kid .fha ' ' .1 x X ' 1: ' 1, t as J ,ag -:QS fx ff -'- , 1 , -V K .iiiiti f - i -sq, 105 John Smith Cynthia Tessier Lynnita Segovia David Bogner Darlene Bowman Randy Jorgensen Mace McCain Jane McCoy Susan Metzger Jeffrey Thompson Curtis Holmes David Bastian Timothy Skamfer Dawn Stauffer Patricia Smith Mary Mitchell Lenore Keller Lisa Williams Lisa Bowers David Lamberts Max Troyer Lori Durbin Laura Crider Donise Long Nathan Fogt Michael Graham Kelly Edwards Rhonda Sue Runya Craig Bowers Rick Rumer Steven Schierholt Barry Walters David Martz Steven Adams ll Hall of Fame 27 A X .-nr. w 1 'i..LUJ,L ST DE T LIFE THLETICS PEGPLE ACADEMICS CGMMUNITY If qgNx -fa if 'Q is . 1 , . Nb ,,. - 3223? 554: ' .A 'Jw A fy ,M .. Nl KY N wi-12 -5 "Ulu L new I' fa -' , , ,J , ,H 'wx W fray, 1 ,Y .,k:fw,W ,1 l'h5,h. 'au-Q . 'ff - 'fx ia. -va M .e-fi' , 'm,"!QSw :Wi ' Lmgfh, V , 1.-Aff'-45 F f .,,,,...1,,, .. ,Mw- ,gw M , -- ff.fii'?5 1 ,-A At? ff , , 1 2+ -L, I , ..,f fff, Ncv,-. L, H 1 , x - 44: A f.,:fw,,y. Q! ., QOP' H, , 1 '9Nsgm,. f. -,,,,,,4 M W, Q, ,-.1 -- .K J- ,I . . f q ,ws , , . , W ., v' , vu, ' , , ' A fn M . - , ,. 1 'M , L - 4, lfwg, ig, ,Q 7 5 555-4' 1 ':?ff'7"g,v T All ng,'-ifvvfiwi-fgglf-i2R" L '??f.'fffL,, ,hkkifww f'1,4:,gg,:r,,fjig-',,IQ .4 . Q- .,-EMQ-ff f. QQ" ' ' . ,fin 'f H 1 5' fgmg .yin -.Vi wif '- mf-YQ"-' ' -2- 4 .1-rf Y ,Y - . , ,. Council drives net money for charity M embers of the 1976-77 Elida High School Student Council, under the leadership of President Connie Holsclaw, Vice-President Darrell Bryan and Secre- tary-Treasurer Judy Bray combined their efforts to better represent the student body to improve student morale. The results proved to be successful. Some of the many projects included Homecoming, the Carnival Talent Show, and the March of Dimes Walk-a-thon. "Samrocks for Distrophy" proved profit- able for the Muscular Distrophy Drive. The Student Council sponsored the Student of the Month, now in its second year. Also, the Student Council started a scholarship fund for seniors who need financial assistance for college. Other activities included sponsoring the cheerleading clinic, the Bulldog trophy, and the Honor E awards assembly, plus being responsible for class elections and foreign exchange students as well as local student exchanges. They also printed a school information folder and maintained a school calendar of events. -1 i"' : ::. 30 Activities yg,.zg-, 1 ..., ff' 3---. .MW M-.ut ,,, Sul.. las LEFT: Council member Mary Sarno and Germanlforcign exchange student Sabine -Mussgnug discuss theldifferences in their countriesf P cuSton1s.r BELOW: Cheerleaders Teri Lanian dnd,DeEtte Musser present the Bulldog Trophy to the spirited student body at a pep rnlly November 5. The trophy is a symbol jdf supremacy among the 'three Bulldog rivalsg Elid2,fDefiance, and Celina. Activities 31 Members maintain vigorous schedule W hat do coat checks, a car wash, and landscaping all have in common? They were all activities of the Junior High Student Council. Led by President Dina Nusbaum, the young Student Council planned a flurry of activities for junior high students. During basketball season, they held a coat check at all home games. Then when the green of spring rolled around, they planted trees and shrubbery around the junior high wing of the school. A car wash was held to finance other projects. Other activities were three junior high dances, including the annual King and Queen of Hearts Dance in February. 77 '- V-54 -ffiall".-CfTfT.532i?!J-S5355U-611'-rfrevsgszIf:3'f''-rzllgwf.varfm-"lime-af:-V:-mf sfs'k f'- ',1:. ..-" f -.TQ iiac l r i ff tryt iq-,rye , K ,,,,,,f Q 'iii iiii' ' k.. ,,, asii ., 8 32 Activities BELOW: FRONT ROW: 'Craig Morris, TammyiBi1brey, Bzirb Ienynelie, Terry Vaughn. SECOND ROW: Bambi Ray . ' Brian Murphy, Dave Mathias, .Ienette Wilkensg THIRD ROW: Shellieiwhite, Diane'Francis,L Dinh Nusbaum, Jeff Reiffj BOTTOM- RIGHT: Junior High Student Council Executive Com- - mittee, President Dina Nusbeum, Vice Presi- dent Shellie White, Secretary Diane Francis, and Sergeant-at-Arms Jeff Reiff begins the first car of their money-making projects. LEFT: Winner of the scholarship fund-raising election, Ann Stawarski cringes as Monica Guagenti and Gina Hagaman take aim with orangei spray paint. With a penny a. vote, Eiida students chose the top fund raiser for the dubious honor of being sprayedorange. I I I P H 1 , r i 1 4 O 2 V, . 1 , 0 0 , I T ls it M -:L Q I' 5' f 'fit .rhwigwh is ' P' - if 7'5" 'iz Q" 5' ,Q A' P si: -5 ' '- 4 6:1 1 A 0 i fi., ' 4 4 ,, , . I ,xv 1 A ' f-J' 4 gi. ' M, N. , ,. fb, V A 1 . iv' Q X? A W f' -, ' 'r , 'fi' M" if , 1 ' ii.- 3 Activities 33 Ill' Honor group sells cheese for project P ride engulfed students when they dis- covered their names on the list among those who made the National Honor Society. Teachers rated students with a 3.00 point average or better in four main categories: scholarship, character, leader- ship, service. Those with high ratings became mem- bers of the National Honor Society for the 1976-1977 school year. Mr. Donald Leis, adviser, called a meeting of Honor Society members to initiate the fund raising drive. Selling cheese was this year's project, while last year's members sold stationery. The Society then used the funds for Honor Society pins and the annual banquet. However, last year no banquet was held due to lack of funds. Many Honor Society members pos- sessed talents which gained them an Honor E. To earn this award, a student must compile twenty points. Four op- portunities are available to earn these points: a student receives six points for Honor Roll I, four points for Honor Roll II, tive points for placing on a scholarship test and tive points for membership on the Honor Society. Mr. Gerald Smith, high school princi- pal, announced this years valedictorian and salutatorian. Beth Schimpf received the valedictory honors and Nathan Fogt became salutatorian for 1977 seniors. iii wgmas 2-G-zzz sf -f -fgfaivtz 12353255 ,, ,,,. ,. ,-,.. , ....,X, , ,..,. ..c,,,,gi,..,,,A,A .,.. , . ,,t,.t ...,,. .,,, .W K. awry -ze - 1 1-1 - vin, . .fnQ,prfe..,ar-1.1. . .arty-gg,.W-g,f.,.-.3 1.13. it ug H - Q' Y ay, -1-Q 71.114 ef s -praztfr-1.-Q .ys-- water-este: 34 Activities LEFT: Completingfhegi Studies for finalf ex? 2sms,j?Dgi1iS6L 'Schhie1gk,.1Cgki11y A leaves ,the stixdy-V hill' prepgnredl to A beginfhgr festsf BE- LOWQQNAIIONAL HONORVSOCXETY: HRST i,L RQWZ 13315 bercsg ljlimig, Mikef 5112112 M'?l9f- -1v4bf i 1S4i1S?1 iL02i5i??1 ! f74Y92f 9"?S?F4? Mafk C9vdra1 J4w1SfMP1mda Knavw Phyllis ' Iglattxnziiil Tidcjg Gregg, Adamsz sem Slide, FQURTI-IiROW:i Beth-'Schimpf, Ann Vai! Hom Shilling, Mary Kemwdy, Gay 1B1juening,,fDon1xa- Mqrrison, DCEtte MUSSCFJJUQY,-h3f5Ya -Anita 'SHYCU5 Wmia ,xilhggk ,Stan Brj6rihem5n,Q Shim- hon ,Zefkelg'Avafffegfrel1, ,Lisa Williams, DeniSe iM0el1iIif. !D8Ye Tetesa Gtigsby? ' Linda Lisa, Maxfwqil, Kiiren Kl0pfe?15tei1x ezS!?ST1EHL R0W: Maf1-me 8'if4 5 LiS? B6+feifSfif M6hic2' G11aseHfi-i Hvvdf LISP SPwe- p LY11da Crwfdffi' Dave Bf1rfv11f 1LiS9?WSS?fYf myg Smga19 139!U!1ei?NFH!eFfaS2PQY 1i51f2H1f9fa Activities 35 Xf" ',X' W1-, Pep Club supports team, win or lose At times a basketball team needed a little more push than the coaches could give. That is where the Pep Club stepped in. Pep Club met at all home basketball games to cheer for the Bulldogs. Whether the team was winning or losing, they kept up a steady stream of encouraging words. All the boys earning a varsity letter in one of the many sports progams at Elida became members of Varsity E. The club included members from base- ball, football, track, cross country, bas- ketball, wrestling. and golf. There were eleven members earning letters in two sports, and one, Kelly Edwards, earned letters in three of the seven sports. 1 it ' l 7 A L-137' 2 ' it 1 t -4 H11 if - :pr :Q ,zum -:1 - ve: eimftnisz: ,a"ge,if: e'rttetf 1 t' A ,,,- f. ..-., etee na etett 'ees it .tsta 1, .45 r . a 1, . ... ...,.,,..,.,,u-,wt f,....- Q,-,M-V:-,,,,.... ,g,,,Q'qw. ff fs., ,.ff, ,,:f.m4.g-,w,,,f. f Q "ZS lf! '-1' ' r"1?Qvi',11l?1'1"f -?wf."2'l'. ifi'i'ff-75i5l':f.liv'33ii'l7 ff: ,EW '-S3 9'Tfl3e?,f1izfeeEf3? 36 Activities 5 Q Wllilllht if .- ' ,1, . ,, tf. -Q. 5 ,,,.f. - -, f, J ,, TOP:Pep Club keeps the spirit going through- Outltheeutire game. LEFT: President Lori Cheney and Vice President Brenda Parlette lead the Pep ,Club in a cheer of enthusiasm for the basketball team. ABOVE: Bulldog wrestler and Varsity E member. Pierre Tanguay batties his Bath opponent in order to keep Elida on top. Pierre won the match. Activltlw 37 I J '.. xy , ML nw 'Maxam PQMQQ: : fli1f41'esQ59mEQfs4sf ?w??w-+ A2 dw- 522 !p'3y:TgW1 55, by .xv-:Wy -+3A,5z1gQfg ,mal Wy. 'jggww 15: -an m ,kpf ,iggg5h,q Wa' - as u' 'P5's.H,-1' 5iv'5,,.5Lg ,,.-,,j,x1,,.12Lx,Y K 4 infix L w L HEL, 1 5 BU H Pak? xi Hz fr W5 fmyi Hg L ,N 71 4? . v - . f K Z i A , img 5 an ! U f ' s ' v- SL K Q 3 mga :Ea 'S ' fj- Q 4 A v 1,1 - night? 4 E 4. 9 --fffww 'Q w , f A , f',.f 'timfw :LQ M Q A A Q gb! awwrjii 'ff' 59 sh af P L R 'K my L., : MSM ' me 41' tm 751-f' Z42w -g1sQ6i : we ab Q 3 'H av 1 mail W Y. ,, r 1. jCzE5Q?gl1,3fifUi'nx fiidgggefmygi gm a w QL ff- M, ,V .qw M it-mi gwi?X3:gf3i ,A W Q' 54,5 qfpp 'MH iz F-dn sf , YN L H- , , ng.. ,at N.1...'S'w1L4.x ,,..m..,av W., M., we. J ,, 13.94, J! 3, , , we W 1, vm- ,M.M,,,., ff wwf' HE f . KN 51 f V ,rw ,MW Q 4 I 3.5: fblxagfvss' 94.11--Q-Mg, me f4afff,,af,.m.L-,1My :-u 38 Actlvltles New uniforms lift morale of students N ew uniforms for the varsity football and basketball cheerleaders proved to increase their enthusiasm as they con- tinued to boost the morale of the students. Although the cheerleaders concentrated mainly on the effort of cheering, much of their time involved money-making pro- jects, such as washing windows and cars. Gomer was the site on July 4 for the cheerleaders' candy and bake sale, which brought in much of the money needed to purchase their new uniforms. rere A i s f isxierree twelve mbsf Sbififff i s at ffxffChe9r1sedQfSsPs2f9rv1:4 9fh99F1drU!m8 the a if iff risi s Jaiigggfyfjfit 5 ggi Activities 39 Frosh squad visits college for ideas P erforming original routines and chants, the reserve and freshmen cheerleaders helped boost the spirit of the fans at every game. In addition to their cheering, the reserve cheerleaders profited in the selling of baseball state champs bumper stickers. Activities on the freshman level in- cluded acting as hostesses at the YMCA membership drive banquet. Selling spirit badges was another worthwhile project undertaken by the frosh cheerleaders. Freshman cheerleaders acquired some training during a weekend stay at the University of Toledo, where college cheer- leaders taught the girls some of the basic fundamentals of cheering, along with new ideas for cheers. Girls from around the entire state attended the camp. X ' :eww wwe m'mCe ii A .2 ,Q as 1 " J ,vmf uv Q ws: ,.ss.l , -M walgawi v'Wi'r'i?? ,:'- f-ge-sz,-:1 --.-.- 40 Activities RIGHT: 'Pep club joins the cheerleaders in supporting the team. BELOW: "Beat Shaw- neef' echoes from iieshmen cheerleaders Diane Francis. ,Kelly May, and Arfretjte Musser. BOTTOM:"'We've got spirit, how 'bout you!" chants the cheering section along with reserve cheerleaders as they challenge menneame fans. Elida won 54 td:41. e vm-mfn, .-W D Acfl ities 41 In--fe School newspaper earns third rating V olume 45 of the Bulldog Review placed third in a school newspaper judging contest put on by the Northern Ohio Journalism Association. The contest was sponsored by Bowling Green State Uni- versity. Newspaper staffers attended a jour- nalism workshop in the fall also sponsored by BGSU in which over 1400 students participated. The students were taught various aspects of writing by professors of journalism at the college. Five hundred issues of the biweekly publication were printed at each deadline. Half of these papers went to subscribers, while the rest were sold individually by BDR staff members during the lunch periods. Christmas and Senior issues, being the most popular, were sell-outs as the student body bought as many as could be printed. Cake Raffles were held by the staff. They co-sponsored the "Holiday Hustle." " . E 5 52-" f1. ,. , . 1, f- ,,. .wif 1 yr twain.. jggielgiztqppws - -fp afxqzfflsf we Wi""'ilii, Jiri: :M s .iv i a 1 rf: ' JU, 'fiinf ef' - . , - ' ' .grids W .1 2 41' ...M ff d fy sa ' ' F' 175 R' . tgggrtw a sm '- ie. itl vizzg. . . . .1 .W 42 Activities xnxx -s 4 '-1.1 xx If X ,.....--np., Activities 43 k V ' v wif- . al +5 Q - -5--new W YK' E x45 11pea1mu5EhE1 3 ' gf 2 Nga? Qfw,.fQgQ2v5 , ,WL f 1 M V .3 j - . ,,.f .Ax 1, H, ' H WM., w .,,.mwq.u.mf'f7w ?,f63.ff,..f H gpg. X 3 1 zagicmgv- ,Q -5 k '.:4,, hsifswf,rserzbrjiqxfyijiiw1,v1'2'4aES!QiK!,' Q" 'MF , .igsigl mg,-H 'R -gi, " 44 Activltles ""QNm..., I x. X .4-8. 1 f'f1l.1-ti' 4415- UP" 5:11 Annual costs riseg Reflector '77 Staff adds eight pages B ecause of rising publishing costs and the addition of eight pages, the price of the Elida Reflector for 1977 rose to 57.25 per copy. Magazine drives have for years produced revenue for the annual. Sponsored by the Reader's Digest, the 1976-1977 drive brought in a record S6200 in magazine sales, an all-time record. About 37070 of this money went to the yearbook treasury to help defray publishing costs. Additional money came from the sale of advertisements, individual pictures, two cake raffles, and the raflling of a large stuffed bulldog. Students, teachers, and administrators ordered 1152 annuals and orders for 1177 Reflectors were sent to Interstate Book Manufacturers, Inc., of Olathe, Kansas. Mary Sarno and Sheila Miller designed the cover for the 1977 Reflector. Reflector '76 received an A+ rating at the National School Yearbook Association contest in Lubbock, Texas. Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded Reflector '76 with their first place rating. Q? H ., . - ' if . A :gg-'emi Wa 1lE R surf li 'Kg I i eets t l . .f. 512 , e - 5 ri ai a ff e ...A l f Mensa, a ' ..:--- 1 .1 'ff t Activities 45 1 , ,:a-aaa:-ff ' QM N HY sansxLigm mxgsa m,s5' mmSmh:uwm mmuwmgmIwKNE 2 Wmem Hm mm ' E A 'ff H- +-we mwfiszmsfdr f--. . 5-aw rff1',2maa,: 11- J igrmm. H 5 .,.... 11,5 1' H2 -3 ga:-"L, .-1,1 pw: .' isgwng g 515,25 'w g Hfw iis at-:q.',:1n.A.L11-'hi -:.:fga.--51-154 if.iQi'5:g-QE Zh.. ,- ,.:u':'1'ff, Q.,,.,: .. . ,., .v..,w.f,' 1 'Q 'f iz: N4 Y-1 ' - SI- 55 q 1 4,191+ 'f U--.-.3-1,5.'--'v.?i2f:fafzf.'2 294,122-R2:5:z1:1:.'e,,, Q5 . -e Jaw: S' 1'.WL5'fCi'a1'x-'Fifa f J 42:1 f?a3M Wf?HmWMm4mu ' xwwwmmwqwpmmwwmmmwmwmsmm 46 Actlvltles , ,., 1 ,4 H I ff ' I f I ' f- ' X ' I' Q I a EHS FFA sponsors Apple Butter Day E lida's chapter of the Future Farmers of America sponsored Apple Butter Day during the fall. Over 2,000 students from Elida and Gomer Elementaries visited the FFA conservation area located on Sunnydale Road. This area contains trees, a pond and a shelter house. Students attending the activity saw ex- amples of soil conservation and corn shucking, as well as demonstrations for plowing and making apple butter. Over fifty quarts of apple butter were made that day. Later in the season, the chapter also competed in livestock, seed, and milking competition. Florida oranges and grapefruit were also sold to raise money for the treasury and to buy new jackets. Costs were 56.75 for a case and 83.75 for a half case. Over 1,000 cases were sold. They attended the state convention in Columbus and the national convention in Kansas City. -, - - 4,11-. agezzxgw-suiqg.,.,.,r3t.wg-9 iV,,i.Y,WkL3g3i.ii, .. -I -I f ,- -Waf,.se..A..r,.A aa .Wm .,,,. ..,.g. .. .,,,1.fz . . J. . . if . vsss 7 1. QW? : ga .tta f sslse 1 0 s .7 Q . .-a1- xx f-f: 'f-'ist F' ,f., '11f wQ'e1:f,fx4fJelzM:W .i,, as ffm -3 rv., 1,531-Q51 rl saggy - -sts sf?g.if:N::SQgQ 'li 7 - .,,.., .im-, - safe ,. . iff, M221 if ..... ..... ...a Activities 47 FHA visits Apollo P rogress with Change was the theme of Elida's Chapter of Future Home- makers of America. 1976-'77 FHA meet- ings centered around changes occuring in the community and around the country. Activities included a trip to Apollo Joint Vocational School to view and discuss the advantages of having a new school. They raised money by selling cookbooks and holding a cake raffle at the home- coming game. Some of this money was to be sent to the Columbus Children's Hospital. Other activities included a Simplicity Pattern Style Show and speaker Dave Smith to talk about changes in the school. For 1976-1977, officers included Presi- dent Tammy Scheele, Vice-President Karen Bible, Secretary Martha Long and Treasurer Chris Wilkins. They received assistance from advisers, Mrs. Joanne Guy, Mrs. Cindy Lieraunce and Miss Dawn Navarre, all home economists. .. stfi uf .E we W wefraifxiqriufcfgfi me 'E' Q if Vswtl ., , 2 s 6, ml- wr A , .nk ,., fl., ,,. , , . I , . . an--Q, . z-ID . . , l asm. , ', ' A .fmieiiflazffi'erfihiemiwe?s:W'g'f12tf13Ee wf.eE5e"23g22s.it'5 If g f., . . . W I s.:-fit: xl ,- - '4 5 .p ta .Q , YQg,y:2S.2Jt:l'r53Dii V"iTi2I'v'L 5'f'e1'95f5W614'g.tt5v2vEif3535-if , I ' f!1J"'f51is'fi3Hi.9,. 5 '. ' C5551 m111013 5 A N-egg Ep .vga . , Activities FTA welcomes new group of twenty F uture Teachers of America received a fresh start beginning with newly elected officers and 20 new members. Officers for 1976-77 were President Donise Long, Vice-President Cheryl Jarvis, Secretary Donna Morrison and Treasurer Elaine Alger. FTA activities included a field trip to O.S.U., Carnation Day and helping troubled students with their studies. Selected guest speaker for the first meeting, Nancy Kruse talked about learn- ing disabilities. Later meetings brought Dr. Howard Moody of Findlay to talk about teaching in middle school, and Sabine Mussgnug, Elida's German ex- change student, to discuss her education. LEFT: Eagerly reading aloud, Tracey Curry 'reeords5Ohio' History studies for use as a Vstudentfgaid, BOTTOM LEFT: FUTURE A 'TEACHERS OF AMERICA: FRONT, ROW: Karen Sattertield, Sandy Skamfer, Arlette Musser, Anne Tracy, Donise Long president, Donna Morrison secretary. ROW TWO: Connie Narker, Elaine Alger treasurer, Carrel Bryan, Gay Bruening, Barb Roop, Mark Sandy, Teresa Crosina. ROW THREE: Janice Ault, Cheryl Jarvis vice president, Robin sMoses, Ren Davis, Jackie Buddie- meyer,fKathy Kruse. ROW FOUR: Mary Mitchell, Janet Bowman, Sue Reynolds, Greg Adams, Tesa Brenneman, Kim Watkins. Tracy Curry. BOTIOM: Eager to direct, guide Connie Narker aids a puuled parent during open house held October 25, 1976. N 1 Activities Elida DECA brings Santa to children M erry Christmas everyone " said Santa and the El1da D1str1but1ve Educatlon Club of Amerlca members as they paraded through the halls of the chlldren s ward of St Rltas and Mem orlal hospltals Ellda baseball state champs T shrrts were sold to ralse money for the glftS and many were donated by local retall stores with remalnmg funds gomg in the treasury DECA members attended the fall Leadershlp Conference at Oh1o Northern Un1vers1ty1n October Here they competed rn MISS Ohlo DECA taklng Sth place Also they competed 1n parllamentary procedure In November DECA oftlcers attended the state officers conventlon Members attended the d1str1ct compe t1t1on ln February where they competed 1n such categorles as advertlsmg mathe matlcs for d1str1but1on sales demonstra t1on Job 1nterv1ew and others dealmg w1th retallmg Wmners attended the state competltlon 1n Columbus Other aCtlVlt1CS 1n whlch DECA members partlclpated were cake raffles National DECA week November 1519 Llma Mall Charlty Bazaar turkey raffle All Orgamzatlons dance and other school projects The Ellda DECA Chapter was advlsed by Mr Denms Schwlnnen TOP: ithaca umm reg 1971 secfefm Lxsa Rm vriMEmidmxf,f0nseu,Pres1aenf Iam Ngisgiiignagrwezee Q Kohl Mmnr, pg mg mg Dianna Mamma ani 0 Bclwiumsbgigi aserurkey raffle ueieeisehrem' Bdsm 'hens Mikie FQLLHSQIHDQ KW agtef ffegprgsswg so we spam www farm and Twp, PEM wi Exirigfaheuair sure as frifwirisntefitekrt Huw Z H 5 - 1 - , , . , 1 , . , . 1 I ! ' 9 l ! , .,r,,,.,, . ,,.W, ,W .,,,t ,,,,.,.,. , , ,ttz ftat tf, ..,,, . ,.1t W,,A,g. t,t.:, , , ,,... LL,.g t A .0-,LE -vs, mf W--azr af, ,L - f A graegg' f1m,.1 1 1 - "H abs .1 ,1 294 F12 SA ' 1' ,z :.:i. ji' -4, Q " ""fg31 '1 'E ' "' ' Ig 1:2 fl' f' ' i':iLQfrS:' L .W-fmt new -awwal, .,.1'--:wmv fat, jilffvz r A W es we ,- T1 i5i':J":1'1: isetzemf.1,.z,.awf?mrl l ffoviwfrezfesagrmaw 5220- ',Wx:1ei?5.qa5gf,.,1sfaal:,'-:igif'1'-'Ze .mf 2,4 g, Qvzanv- fflwa ffwieaegpfpfzwfyga-wr.: Qwaagvlgfy,ezsazlrylmmy .among-gf-Ing iE5QZei3'flP14fsl:':fl1225?:Lewinff.Pi3EiZEs1t-1-Hines ztfiefiiiegif 'u,efzez:gggfqygg og -gssbp5z.'Wf3P,sge31g at 215 50 Activities 'Q tv. 94- gh., ,LEF'I?:i15hcIg5d agxdfrehdy to igq .Santa Clhus, ialiias -Mike Faust, strollsto hisfdestinatiom BOTTOM: Busily wrapping gifts, Elida DECA membersprepare for their trip to the Childrerfs Ward ofthe local hospitals. ' W - .N 1' I i,'! ,gwzsgg Hy i QS i S . K A ' I Q ' L 4. x i ' ii fl i l 1 Q ' ef'Q'f3"'i f Activities 51 'I' OWE pancake da profits over ssoo ccupational Work Experience mem- bers held their annual Pancake Day, December 18. They sold over 5,614 pan- cakes which included dealing with 33 lbs. of pancake mix. Pancake Day proved to be very successful. Other activities in- cluded track and field events with OWE groups from other local schools. Collecting food for needy families has become their annual Christmas project. They also conducted their annual Em- ployee Banquet. Acting Senior officers were President Steve Maxwell, Vice- President Debbie Roeder, Secretary Patty Kouts, Treasurer Cathy Smyser-Renner and adviser Mr. Rex Coffman. Nm.. ,. , . riff fzqif' rw.. 'a. sgfA"f? 'i'W5gpHSn::i " iff was few' wav-at-Xi dsw iifav fi' in ie. . , - X1 5. - im' 22 , 3 2 gk-v fp i ass 5 swat 5 . A, F 5 was at WX l 51" -w,,..........,.....,.,,,,,r,,K Q K 5 ,,,,,..-ff , .,,. .. 'gf .. 'EQ :fr ,bb . . 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Mgf -'Rini W"2m1-i'11'i14a'2- f ' - w e ffsfffikf s- fi? mst xr, A.: . in . -f Z Q ,7 S F - Eqagva ..., Activltles unior high bands present two shows T ension and anticipation played major roles in the junior high spring and Christmas concerts as the seventh, eighth, and ninth graders all showed promising talent in putting together another show. Mr. Mike Herzog directed all three of the bands. Elida's seventh grade choir sang a mixture of popular, classical, and old favorites. The theme of the concert dealt mainly with the Bicentennial. Eighth graders played 'Fanfare', 'Funny Bones', 'Reuben's Rock', 'Theme from Finlandia', 'March of the Irish Guard', and 'Songs of the Highlandf Rounding out the show, the ninth grade band played 'People', 'Alleluia', 'Rock Salt', 'Here There and Everywhere', 'Three Songs of Colonial America', which included 'Yankee Doodle', 'Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier', and 'Chesterf m,?,5.r,ii.avL?r3A:.lfr111,s,,vri...:,,.:,-ya,W, .f., f kwanm..:gs,f,w.f::y4.w:f,,Qi,.e3,,fa ,,., gg-rir,,.f,, ' ' '-1:19'-xwiulzefzxrgr, mica-1 '- 1' zzwzaitegi ,.f' v:111's2z'f"' rvzllwfffrfvwlaag- are awe A '15 -f 4 X -f - -.-, :E 1 , f. wf A f.:11+w:z. Activities V251 ..,,. i ii 1' 1v Q r f I . T I i , rvii ef i II l' I T T t 45 gy TOP: ,Freshman Chorus ,presents songs of Christmas eheeridfthe 1976 Christmas con- cert. LEFT: Seienih Grade Chorus performs many Qhristmdsfavofitesn during the concert. Activities 55 Glee organizations combine because of membership decline hite Swan,' and 'I'll Walk with God' were two of the songs sung by the Glee club at the Spring Concert. The Glee also participated in the Ohio Music Edu- cators' Association contest in which they received a II Cexcellentb rating. ' Graduating senior g1rls sang Turn Around as the finale at the June com mencement ceremonies This was the first year that Boys and the Girls Glees because of declining 1nd1v1dual memberships comblned to form one group Mr Gene Wollenhaupt directed the group which met daily RIGHT: Senior Kern Nolte finds' fmgloyineniz in singing as she practices for an upcmmng 1? directs the wmbmed glee, clubs I ' Y , , l "l'. ili fislzflgg-lm .,gQ,. 3 ,,-s, Q .,f-At fr ,v,A k,.ig.,,. ,V ,,.,.:, ef,-3 .,ff g -V:1, - rfa, .W ,f1Qz.s-k., ,Mij,,,3 'fkii, ifr t,'i ffiiifilfi erte 56 Activities 'es-1 U6 G4 TOP: Members of theg glee club harmonize in onef of ,their--many practices. MIDDLE: Glee members-fdncentrate on a difiicult numbei- during practice. BOTTOM: The 5A A soprano rnemberssing 'White Swan.' V Activities 57 Choirs and bands give holiday show B oth concert bands, Girls' Ensemble, and the Mixed Chorus combined to produce Elida's '76 Christmas concert. Concert band, directed by Mr. Gene Wollenhaupt, performed tunes such as 'Christmas Curtain Raiser,' 'Variations On An Echo Carol,' 'Fa La La and All That,' and 'Fugal Wondermentf Later the band, directed by Mr. Mike Herzog, played 'German Christmas Festival,' 'An Old English Christmas,' and 'Russian Sleigh Rock.' Girls' Ensemble, directed by Mrs. Janice Crosina, sang 'Carol Of The Sheep Bells,' 'Lullabye,' 'Oh, Listen To The Angel's Song,' and 'Oh, Holy Night.' EIida's Mixed Chorus, under the di- rection of Mrs. Janice Crosina, sang 'Christmas Spirit,' 'Silently the Wondrous Gift is Given,' 'Here's a Pretty Little Baby,' and 'Hallelujah Chorus' from 'The Messiah.' Senior Dave Evans soloed in the song 'Christmas Medley.' ii WST fill a s iz 1 6 W S .9i'?x-alia W . ' 5533.2 - ry'f:',t2 w. emiayvii., :us,,y'ewg,i QA me ss- .- H ' 'W -ww., , . 2 "' a z . iu:w , " 5' Jw . t 2 ff,5+ f " ft. ag is get , - .. Q Q. - ,i f . 5' - A Jn , 1 , as Q ,g:EiML:3s:'sa t .f:',at?13334 tri m .Ay e , i , isf.': H 'Yi . p a p' -V .. sf, 1: ,ad a .-f .4 h V ,-4, , 5 ,.1g .. , ,. . Q., ' gg... 1555: , L ., p inf Q, 'L' f I.J' i.'.Q-f 'A .2 E W'-1 ' Q ' , mffe 4 Activities Ln '41 x ' 2 J A4 Y 9 ph, f wap' Gene Wollenhaupt, Mike Herzog split high school bands F antasticl Great job! These were the words echoed by Director Gene Wollenhaupt as the Senior High bands again put on another display of talent at the '76 Spring Concert. Senior High Band was split into two sections. Mike Herzog directed the second band. Mr. Wollenhaupt's band based its show mainly on the Bicentennial theme, and Mr. Herzog's band dealt with old favorites and popular tunes. Senior Band under Mr. Wollenhaupt played 'Stars and Stripes Forever,' 'Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken,' and 'Love Will Keep Us Togetherf Mr. Herzog's band played excerpts from 'The King and l,' 'Holy Ho1y,' 'Rock Odyssey,' 'Wizard of Oz,' and 'Shenan- doah.' The bands combined to go to a contest at Bath High School where they received a 2 while competing with all other area bands. .'-ft menasepnamsraaagilmierzaal -A H Chhveif 'Q ii' we Us HJ: 4555 - - X w'l'Wt1'Q 'ti i f WW ' ai Mr J- if 2, - mg pay gf- ig a lias :E was is V 'el ' i a i f 'iiif si ti f .. W c j. I V3 'ss fin 855 35,4 60 Activities 5 x ,M " W, fi .. 1 , -M., 315 ' 57'-,,pr,,,." ,W 4,135 Q: X' T f-'fwguivy - A Mn. 1 30. T0R,f4E5TF lS9nl19m0fG Lowe Wheelerpef- the Comffi band 3iiSP1?iSf5Q11i?ff5 i21fi'?52?f119,f5SPfi14s1 C911Cefff I?avG iliwe Prwices meiupcommg Mfmbm of the fQf fhQ1f Concert' a Activities 6 I ' f Ms' Z gg g " i A A Double bands fill spring with music S easons change and as winter drew near the band room was filled with music. The sound was not marching music but concert music. The clarinets and flutes were once again ready to be played. Elida's marching band was split into two concert bandsg one led by Mr. Hertzog and the other by Mr. Wollenhaupt. The bands participated in the winter concert and a spring concert. Also, the band at- tended contest which is composed of members who have time and pass try-outs. Another change in the band schedule was pep band. The pep band played at pep rallies and at basketball games where the band performed a half-time show on the floor to entertain the audience. Along with pep band and concert band which practice in the winter, stage band, lab band, and the pit which is the or- chestra for the Senior high play came out of hiding to make the band year complete. gem. It W V ig W ,, Myst , fu-.2 ss, ,r . ,. we-ffi,..1 sf.- -.,,r ff' f wx, l"' +iEE,EQQ.Qf:ff?4fBW11:asszfasesezyla'awafzf,w:Q:es,t of,fra4:qw1H112t1ff,wi1:rfwet Activities 'x -rl' .rg 3, -n'gp,," Wg,- tk S JW' 4 I 'uw-un K 2 P N I J 3 5 1 K Ni, r U4 ..,. M W 'A 7 1 ,, an 3 ff f' x"sQ"""" Pr' J' X ,fi TOP: Participatiiig in the halftime festiyitieS Iatthe Kenton basketball game, the Elidi Pep 55115 'P13YS'fh9 PQPUIH hit ffsamfdli Nikki" fhe favs, me Hema. peffdrxns a song Qn the floor-ata game. LLEFT: -Baqd members Sue1CafqiiQdtid Sai1dySSkampfer concentrate on fnqgeqzgqique ofLplayingLtl1eLob6e. A 'L L ' ' Activities 63 A + 5 , ,' ,f I U If , My WW' A , Y 2 fra, 'Qs-se1a..mf, GzfrvfwF-fQf,,w.waf2f13yrHAZ 'A-1555 :MK z:,f,r.5,N gym-wffu :1vggwf.f,:g5g::w:i+4:l 61515: :mf :Wgzyf-W, 1 gf-wwf -, V un- f '.5fwf,:,, Qsgm-eif-1, ,Riff +- 64 Activities .g-we 4. 5 . 3' rj fa '-s.,.,v r. high members learn fundamentals unior high band members had to learn how to march before they ad- vanced to senior high band. There were many different activities which helped band members learn. In seventh grade, students primarily learned how to play their instruments. They participated in a Christmas concert and a concert for the Parents and Teachers Association. For individual help, the students had sectional practices during extra study hall periods. As eighth graders, students went to band camp and learned to march. They performed their marching show on Band night for the parents and friends. Their most important concert was their spring concert which took all winter to prepare. Freshmen in band learned to street march and this prepared them for the parades. Freshmen learned and marched a show at Delphos Canal Days and at the half-time of one football game. 5595- .Tl x M wi ' if! Q 47 X ala. s at. ...areas -1 mf ,, My :.'S7',sQf2f f5, aww f-vi-my Zffufwmstaf f ga A 2 wad. Q y ry- '21 a ' tr '51 -N H ' 'S ein- -us " 'H we .. L. V. A -.4 -, at f .g l .. -f a f W Activities 65 ,,.W, , . .,.. . 4 W 'I .1 W., , ww k W Q U 'f 1 2 E ak A' ' W 5 A wifmfsfx 'Aw W . 'W EI -.. ,, 4, ww , LS 5, ' 1 ' 57:vE?5'1' Q-. ,gfggru b M f' Ji 4, Q A'f5 H is ,V ,gm gs. , U an 'am Mjww rw J-Lg 'WWE ww E Siw1KLS'2gg2ifiifisuQM 1, . aw 1 e n er e 9 an 1 E1 ggi sa W ,Q iii Us -:A fini?-,, 95,3 X155 T 5' 'P 'i5,.2iwBHm - fa s-' H . ms ' 5' ' 5' E JP S FZ" ,AE x ' War ' eww' ww . A 'Z -A ' 66 Activities sa Elida's majorettes receive uniforms S enior High Band Boosters purchased sparkling sequins uniforms for the majorettes. Their uniforms consisted of boots, gloves, and wrap around skirts over leotards. Majorettes raised some money for the uniforms through candy and candle sales. Band members participated in many summer parades including the Memorial Day, Ottawa Firemen's Convention, Elida and Lima Bicentennials, Allen County Fair and Delphos Canal Days. Under the leadership of drum major Mike Icenogle, head majorette Marcia Alstaetter and captain of the flags Mary Kennedy, the band ranked high in competition in the summer parades. Along with the summer parades, band practiced twice a week in preparation for the upcoming football season. These summer activities helped to prepare sophomores for Senior High Band. 'rit ,,a. ',f' r M 'f' W 4 iifi' 1 t ,-'t i Q11 ,. ' q 31, fm . . . ., Activities 67 EHS band schedule hectic and varied B and activities ranged from in-town parades and half-time shows to a trip to Niagara Falls as band members tried to keep up with the busy schedule. To start the year off, the Elida band boarded buses and began their long trip to Niagara Falls. The cold weather kept the members from doing all the sight- seeing that they had planned. Despite the cold weather, the band finished third in the Blossom Parade on the Canadian side. The happy band students left Niagara Falls only to get ready for a summer full of parades and practice. At the end of the summer, the band spent their week at band camp. They used the week to pre- pare for the football season. During the fall, the band participated in the Van Wert Fair, bandnight and a half-time show at the Bluffton College Homecoming. Also in the fall, the senior high band put together four shows con- sisting of a Colorama Show, a Caval- cade Show, George M. Cohan Show and the Senior Show. The Senior Show was made up of the seniors' favorite tunes taken from previous shows. The band ended their season with a Thanksgiving Day Parade and they also welcomed Santa Claus to the town when they met him at the Lima Mall. After the marching season, the students began preparation for the concert band which continued into spring when once again the busy schedule of marching band began. 'Q 55 f a ff-vm fm- 1.2 iys. 3 e crttsr E' ff-,gf if if' -' Fl . : - '4 f-- -ai 1 G is Wi l We t 68 Activities TOP:QSenior High Bdmfl -Qgnggxbers proudly perfqxfjn sc:iptiE1ida in .the fpi'eggameHcere- mQf1i?5 i7f3? ,'f'55Fba1l Same- MIDDIfE? iE1id4 dtummers perform gthg GWf8F3MffCQh5?? Show- B0'lT0M1 H1615 i9f El'44 1S161119nSfrafe them 11ver11b1hty as M S019 Qilrinsi 1?41f4 f??'??sSl?9FY f9? ???2iYY2B4!F0HQia Swef Actlvlties r 1 W f , Y? 1 mm- ACADEMICS S tudents helping each other to under- stand complex homework assign- ments, SHARING . . . Vocational stu- g dents learning how to make appearances to be the best that they can be, CARING . . . People in all grades comparing each other's test scores to create a friendly spirit of competition. COMMUNI- V CATING . . . Everyone experiencing high school in the spirit of KOINONIA! ABOVE: Junior Linda Streeter chalks one up for herself afier receiving an A on her American History test, LEFT: At the Joint Vocational School, Penny Kaser and Patty Weaver demonstrate the skills required in the ever-changing field of Cosmetology., 71 New courses add variety to English our new English courses were offered to Elida juniors and seniors in the 76-77 school year. These courses, super- natural in literature, sports in literature, literature of mystery, and literature of comedy, were entered into the curriculum to enlighten students as to different and exciting aspects of English. Also available to students interested in various fields of English were formerly offered classes such as drama, speech, debate, and composition. Any student could find a course to develop his English. ,,?psowt . Y . 1--, gz'-ri .g:,' 1- -fi fi g , 72 Activities if tip, ,, N' Q, er? if ,1 'QE- ' .,-Q" W Q'!F"e1 '1Qf fof ? Ci11i1P9Sifi0?iEI55??8i1i1i?9f 99 Cmdy 5111151 91139554 frfvfylns-story ,013 559255 wvfavf? Academics 73 Foreign languages enlighten students L anguage courses at Elida helped to broaden the students' knowledge of foreign culture. Through films, these stu- dents traveled to Rome, France, and Spain. Whether or not they ever actually arrived at these places, they had fun pre- tending, as well as learning the foreign ways of life. Each of these classes offered many op- portunities. Latin students had fun by participating in the 1976 Latin Banquet, in which they celebrated the birthday of Julius Caesar. French classes had fun just learning the French language, while Span- ish students were taught such dances as the Cha-Cha and the Rumba. In studying these languages, many enchanted students longed to visit these foreign countries. mm...am..m-u-.-.-- s Jii, ,X ifiil stoss reis styr Url 1 vctv i"i' t ' -. 'Nt M ,. ii 1 F y -.,a ifzsi- f H 1 '-ic " -will esli vaes fi le ,I tss, ,o,t j . tii' W rss' f F v slif fa 1--1 . 'r22. ' - .,, I ff 74 Academies -I All k'45f 'sg M ,V ln 'ron 1uG1m spmish students Lynnita' Segovia, KimQSteinqr, and Susan Mug try to follQw gKgy?Sf,f0QtstepS'as she demon- SOPIWNOM Dave Keifh Edwards . x helpqehf 1qg1ggg iwvggh1fmeir5,lFreneh 11. BOT- Crosinaisings a Latih for atthe Banqiiet. OPPOSITE TOP: Amn2 A1ia Debbie K1mb1e Qs1i0vi inear aed1Q 085011510 udnQby givmg pf4fsefi1ei num j gpds at the?-gignual iprrpsrm PAGE s l0iUiDS'i-ii -611 L ,Of the ithe'Mi1ppeis- pufon a play bu-zuaay. Academics 75 .IVS students find courses beneficial S tudents from the classes of 1977 and 1978 were confronted with the op- portunity of enrolling at Apollo Joint Vo- cational School, located at 2225 Shawnee Road, between Breece and Reed roads. Altogether, the number representing Elida was around seventy students. Apollo was constructed to help advance certain specialized skills. There was a large variety of courses offered, such as cosmetology, carpentry, welding, horti- culture and auto mechanics. Students had both classroom time, and actual work training which enabled them to get the feel of their chosen occupation. sweat. 7 e ,fytwf - - ' - Q .ai f 4 'if .fi mfr '-Q Mfgarataelw-feaw Memmn andgiefrt Bwqewag Mimi' - K 'f x-fiiiw-W.: ,ffl fgmusi tt efeaffigt W-f nmw 1 wife j L -wa wa, ' " e fill. 4' 5319 Ft - Els' 'a flaw Wyet,t,1isz,-gs.-W-:M os--zgagagm mm was ., Mr.. at , --.- h wo si-magna ..11,.,,a,,a,,,t,. ... ,-,-.,,..,,f., ii,n,,t, ... ,.,.,. ,,,.,,, WW Academics I' ' P ffgfx' -I LB aflili ' 5" W 1----f ,..... . an r' 'K-Q in ,V . Y 43 gf' 0 W . . . . ,gapfgy ,,,, gg,,,g,yvyg,y..g-.gs T0Pi LEf'?Fif2?5!3i?4 , SN5fF1f5 repauwvsns1s1sz !n a d1eSe'ifmffharllfsf B0Tf Bill Wffffifin'3fidl3fE3ih5td2gM9!i 'Cbmbinv fheff Effqtgg myco:iii13efeQiaw pf05e41 mpem-ly glassLgaffPLp6llcjQ Iuiiifmr Warren.Pi1m4, Wmell 5iyqches f iq ipuz away faipair of' goggxes. Academlcs 77 2 .Z Office department enters final year lida's Intensive Office Education pro- gram concluded its final year at the high school as it will be moved to Apollo JVS next year in the form of stenograph and clerical classes. Twelve seniors were enrolled in IOE II. Five juniors were enrolled in the two classes at Apollo. They learned the basics of shorthand, typing and bookkeeping. The capacity of the business department at the Vocational School was fifty pupils, coming from five schools from this area. Each student worked at his own rate with advanced shorthand, machine tran- scription and clerical procedures. Students spent four consecutive periods in IOE, with breaks to give the pupils a rest. 551' ' qw .- " iid ' '55 Tif f " 2 ..M,5a,m-ga., - an ac- ...:. , Mlggg-f 5 ag,-.gh -iw, W, -. aa:. wzi"r' fl VM E W f .7 ff,-sn s-3 - ' ':neg:,.1',,'i H5 g :.,p. -ri. ',s'5,.,51r?'a i ' . gem. ,U ix: gui-,riatfr -L,-I +5 -J - 1 rw 1 ga i -P me .Mg Q a 5 3,9--gg' :.4,'fr,.gz5::- :jig- j, :lg I e . ' 1- K-im " fa S sb 'Z' If wa isa: 78 Academics ,.. ,, ,V- E .Www , .,... K ' ..,r A ,,m1ZTfz:'5m"""" 1 ,f K , . ' -Q , , x g 5 1 . , - Q , W ff. Nga ,. -N - -. '. .iz W: :,-m,-v:f.fp:,--f-wf,,.,...f,,Qf.5 ,guy . w ,I l i 1 f f J . , ,, J g ,, . l t? J ? ,2 gii i 5 Academlca 79 DE interest soarsg enrollment grows Distributive Education added twenty- two students for the '76-'77 school year. An additional junior class was added, thus showing much interest in DE. DE students made it their goal to rep- resent Elida in District Competition. Fifteen DE chapters competed with each other in sixteen different areas. These areas included job interviews, marketing, distribution, advertising, and display. Each chapter sent the most qualified people to represent it in district compe- tition. Students were judged through an exam in most areas. In other areas they were also interviewed or they were required to give a demonstration. Top people from district competition had the privilege of representing their chapter in state competition. In the 1976 state competition, Lori Durbin placed fourth in Sales while Laura Crider placed sixth on Income Tax. At the end of the school year, an em- ployer appreciation banquet was held. It honored all training sponsors that helped the DE program throughout the year. W - , - . Jkfiwf.. .z 4 ,. " L f f, ff ,, N ,K V Q Nfl N ,b,t1s4,:r'?55 i aJf7..,, galley, fwwlv-V ,jeg -.5 ..,. ,mfg gg glsraal -," li 'M We ' I ' nga. ,rfafffilg . Q--Ti SL A., -K... vt Eitriem-?.'5gFmi9Ft3il'z5!f?1 f5E'3:2wmmJfEez1ef.p.zharlwzpfs .afngf ofmfrzgma. 80 Academics . A fl ii? Q f i 53 ff 'Mya qi? V5 xl-'wi W b lT'5Q l 1,4 I Y in "SNK, 1 . ,V V ' MTH. " H i vcM'5'g ""ffwM.n,f HELUIWI BUHGH1 AEUCA S F3 A 5-..,aM-ff' ""'w' OWE encourages diversity in jobs F rom mechanics to restaurant workers the Occupational Work Experience department led students to various jobs. Students had to work a minimum of fifteen hours per week to receive credit. Employers graded the students on how well their jobs were performed. One credit was received for OWE class, while two credits were given for holding down a job. student Vernon Satterf ii' " field A FQFQQFSZ- the' brealqdrums for a custcrnenz 3 f v i Q4 sdwvbdyear- DWRER RIGHT: Burger Kms rre1T1i5?f?1P15??e iPm75f5i1i'f??1iSheS liliiiievi ffeeggofder on the register, ' 'ff fstudents Judy Richie, Kevin. ffand pg Stewart ,Houseworth V-discuss Academics ' Title Nine blocks sex discrimination T itle Nine! Elida administrators, com- plying with new federal guidelines outlawing sex discrimination altered course enrollment requirements. Bachelor basics took on the less chauvinistic sound- ing title "single living" in order to include girls who wished to enroll. Five girls signed up for the traditional male course, single living. Six boys took Home Economics I heretofore opened to females only. Both boys and girls marveled at the wonders of the new microwave oven added to the cooking department. The advanced foods classes planned two parties, one was for students and one was for teachers. Joining the shop department, Mr. Robert Komerak made it possible for class enrollment to be reduced. Each student therefore received more individual at- tention. Half of the home maintenance and repair class was girls. There were six girls enrolled in beginning woods as well as in photographics. These have been courses traditionally open to boys only. ,, ,,Mwf.i, -f,,.,m sage.fei,....MW,. f-Wf,,- . s..,, -W -ffl-at -.f- we--1H.-Waffle-12:1 f-iffqrzzszr .fm 1, .rW,.,l, ,.,. .,,,,,,,,,,,k.,,,,, .,,..,, . M., ,is-me ..,.,,,, , ,rm ,.-we .:.-W. ,ws ,:.:,L WrW,,l:p.,s.,fs.fs s,i-s, ., y.q,fy,.v,s. ,.,,.- -.--i -34+ ff:-,'r Y, ,ff ff gf',,z5jgfs1g'51zaxsviiuxsziiaYfszjwgizl,lima3155:--i,i'zz:fb1 puffs: egggrf-z:'1:ae1.i 1-,ggggfil4ge1f'g.rf. A 4 ,, , ,kt,wf,ggr..,..s,,trr:.- -.--,-:- W -J-.1 ff....f 1.:-:--ef-4 f we gaszm. rmq,..,a. , . ,,,.,,,. 1 ii'i iiii ggvggfsyk-,ssamfggigggigglffgfiglfeeiwaasis-QFfgzseawfirzs:2sw'-Lips fl-S' 252.17 ' - ff 82 Academics -indu- ,lil at-QQ. 1:21-44 M. -4.-- W ww, 'Qi ' , f-gal 1 au, - -4 . .1 W --- 1698 'Qui' . fr' V ff wg, K 'J iw cnt' in-Q v H ' I " P Q' sf iffy- , ffbf. Q , av' , in EHS math teachers offer new course S tudents who felt that they were not quite ready for Algebra I got a break this year in math. For the first time, a new intermediate math course was offered. Its purpose was to better prepare a student for Algebra I. Classes were to be divided. First semes- ter was to be devoted to the study and review of basic math concepts. Second semester would be used for the studying of elementary algebra concepts. For the first time since its existence, Algebra II A and B students received new textbooks for the 1976-1977 school year. State law stipulates that new math books must be bought every tive years. A W. V, W K, ,J.., .,.s. 7y.y acic. 84 Academics E 2 A-5 J Q ,,Qn4ScQf7i 'r- W 1 . f" fx ,f-"' .f-" wt f,- Elidans go GCPQ USA backs Carter On November 2, 1976, many high school students participated in a mock-election. Students voted for Presi- dent, U.S. senator and district repre- sentatives. Also included were many Ohio issues. The results showed that President Ford defeated Jimmy Carter by a count of 396 to 208. For U.S. senator, Robert Taft won over Howard Metzenbaum. After many years of using outdated texts, the history department obtained new books. These new textbooks were acquired for U.S. history, modern and ancient history, and American civics. Psychology classes conducted a "Choos- ing a Mate" survey among juniors and seniors. Results showed that being con- siderate of others, acting your own age, and being dependable were the most important aspects in choosing a mate. LEFI'i Senior Mouserwrites his choice for president while participating in the mock ' election. I BELOW: - During lunch, junior V Natalie Johnson takes time out to catch up on some reading for American history. , V f ' i' lic ,Xia-is ,.f l Academics 85 Elida High offers new science study S cience students took advantage of a modern science course which was offered for the first time. This was used to help students choose one course which suited their abilities. Modern science covers the general aspects of science, whereas IPS is more chemically oriented. Biology students selected from an assort- ment of topics as their individual projects for the 1976-1977 school year. These topics ranged from botany and zoology to psychology and animal behavior. Conditioned responses and the showing of collections were also widely used for many projects. Students used goldfish behavior toward different colors as an ex- ample of conditional responses. The pro- jects were broken down into three different categories: written, visual, and oral. - -Q .-fr - - y 5g.. y liffg- if -we 1. ,,. .. . - 1 - -nc. K .113-2 . W 1 .. K I :,, fast. . .t. 1 Q wi - , ,..., , . H, .. aww' 86 Academics Ab. 'il .iq :aff 4 l 'f 1 egg new 'S gg- ii as-fe . .si gi Q . 'X 1. 1,4 '-sws fn 0 XW,x. ,sr ., k opposing PAGE 'romp Freshman, Derek cmfefuilyheats a test tube as he dis- exnlwqoaesnspxisxrs seie gn, 1P5i01aSSf orrosnfn Sophomores-Pete Alco and nGP?S?44'S1?1SP0mP4!'i?fW 1G'4fSff11ff'1fen0f H modejjffiower withVthat'ot'1afreai one in their studjof bota.ny.fLEFI'z Measuring the equi- librium of parallel forces, Tim Koenig, Connie Nartker, -and Dennis Roull make careful adjustments and take precise notes. BOTTOM LEFI: Carefully mixing his two solutions, Davelamberls performs a routine chemistry procedure. BOTTOM: Faith Goliver cringes at thesighteof one specimen from Mr. Reid A fNell'Q,P'5eWed fetal collectiqn. Q Eff: Academics 87 Variety of topics interests jr. high E ighth grade science classes studied astronomy, one of the many topics covered. Students examined a spectrum which separated light rays given off by different elements as they burn. This was only one step toward how students could better understand star composition. Seventh grade bloc kept its basic pro- gram of reading, English, and social studies as its cornerstone for the year. Reading was a subject heavily concen- trated on with students going to different classes for one period. Students were placed according to their reading abilities with varied levels. Sentence structure and punctuation were emphasized in the English part of bloc. Mrs. Diane Hedrick's bloc class partici- pated in group projects for geography. Many trips were taken to the IMC with research being done on the different cli- mate regions of the world. Two weeks were devoted to the projects with reports, climate maps and graphs. ff+gwQ.,35Y5W,,,,,f5r,,H-,,,g,,W,,,FF,WmwEwa, r-.,- .mai .....,, ,War - a ? A Emi 2.65 1 alan: Pg 1 A a ,v cf-fe . ma, ff .ta :agp ., e'Z. f a::. ..,. , .if ' '1 'ii 5, Jai we ,.'.' . ga -ww zafra., M ig? W tw x wijggigfiz mi a ...-. , 51115-Mess f'rwnSmf .gffv ff me ang: .Wgiif ..:'f!5, . . , ,, fgirrflifgiwfr. we, srflf' -,fri-Q.-1 E Jgw fl!! :ir If W af Aim sian 88 Academics I X.. 5i Til ,.a 7i nm? Recreational game offers gym change S tudents who got tired of the same old activities in physical education received a change. Ping pong was offered extensively in many of the classes. Two new tables were purchased so that four matches could go on at the same time. With this in mind, two more tables were ordered for next year. Physiology, athletic training, and first aid were among the top health courses chosen by many of the freshmen students. Classes lasted three weeksg then students went into either a different health course or participated in physical education. V r. inr, iz, Q 'K mf s Sk "fe 3- 1 gre 7 e Mffztend 'ese Q Vp v - 1 rrts era ..ea 'HIKING Academics New teachers aid fine arts program Where can an elephant, a flying horse, and a castle all be found in the same place? In Mr. Charles Coburn's sculp- ture class these things and many more unusual creatures were fashioned from cardboard, wire, and liquid metal. Mr. Coburn and Mr. Neal Kingsbery joined Mr. Emil White in the art depart- ment for the '76-'77 school year. Mr. Coburn teaches eighth grade art, paint- ing, ceramics, and sculpture while Mr. Kingsbery teaches eighth grade art. The newcomers enjoyed sharing their refresh- ing ideas with the students. gbjgwg .af . fi 1 r is Academia .445 W- -ennmmvll' fa i fl, 1-,v"""' 'x r' If i . .iam . fa-.f3q"' 4? . HQ, 'Ns ff., S.. N -v sri- - f-5 ,Q X, A1?9Wi?5fiW0Fki118fYfif?1lh04!4'?9aF4 allflfgmef fsfguniorslcnueklslsmizrisland sseniorfcm-tis hea- ' fi gqagrfuegsrilg aflimmessfar :hen-liquid mm gcuxpwfggf for swim Eighth grade art students Shara-Staas and Sandy Williams compaye' thgir-housbsketches with the model ,on the blackboard. LEFT: With his desk covered with materials of the craft, graphics student 'Mike Wilson--brushes chalk from a stencillfo QQnSt11!Cfion'paper. A A . Academics 91 High test results bring gold medals edals! Medals! Medals! Students who showed they cared about their academic achievements received gold, silver or bronze medals according to what place they finished in the scholar- ship test in each class. These and other awards were bestowed upon the standouts at an awards assembly in the spring. The top three scorers in each subject were exempted from taking the final exam as an added incentive. ,,.,grJt1, ,ala A, W, .. ra Ay ,,M. ., r 4 fi ta TH gk . 5:1 ""' .'-' f u- 4 ,'e,,,9a :M "1 ' 5 , ask' 'S Q . . l?.aa,5,' b f, mV'.'Q f1 isa" ' w7:"'A ' f ' ' 1 Q? AQ my L L ,qgfj hr le- .f' 4115 1 .af En WW W Academics Drivers Education gains state boost E lida's future drivers received some help from the state of Ohio to make learning a little more interesting. Driver's education students for the 76-77 school year were privileged to use the state owned multi-media equipment which is on permanent loan to the school. Among the pieces of equipment avail- able were responders that were placed on every student's desk. Each responder has tive lettered buttons that represent an- swers to questions. After the student pushes the button of his choice, the small window on the responder lights up telling the student if he is correct or incorrect. Other pieces of equipment include a projector and a data print out machine. Approximately thirty schools in Ohio have this type of equipment. The new addition was a welcomed change from the usual classroom routine. ABOVE:'Student drivers Suzanne Maag and K1-ispEvans-try to persuade a reluctant Susan V Catonto be the first one to drive. LEFT: - Sophomore Kelly Nusbaum sees what it is like tofbe behind the wheel as her fellow A- 7 f classmates look son. BELOW: Sophomore r driversfeducationstudent-Susan Caton dem- onstrates' how to use 3 responder. . Acadmlcs 93 Many events keep AC students busy W hat more could a person wish for than a visit to a pizza factory? For E1ida's adjusted curriculum students this wish came true as they visited and ate lunch at a pizza factory in Delphos. Besides the basic math and English studies, AC students learned about bal- ancing a checkbook, reading maps, army careers, assembly line jobs, and con- struction careers. Several guest speakers including a realtor, and an insurance agent, and an army recruiter paid visits to the class. One of the students' favorite activities was making taffy at Christmas. If all this wasn't enough to keep them busy, all of the AC students had jobs either away from school or in the school cafeteria. ,, .fa . , f- ,- -1 fff. rEi:gf5ys:F55fi'gjg.- f::.e,', l:.+w.vwi'ialsf sfwrntr:wa.wk-:Aft-fre. ig, 1'--ea.:-ggfiirfrr Academlcs 1-3 ABOVE: Eightliffgfaier' Carrie Plummer ff' listens gto special instructions: on la difticulti Y in 'The VSBUIYSV mx' LEFT: iwallat and Beth Hill gossip Mr. Mike HerwiSfebsffdfl11iS'5fP0i1i1I!r1f, I-EH: Bass sectioni lea.der'Cheryl' Iatvisorganizes her music theseclusioiiyfoiimicluttered closet. Young members get band music basics top! That rhythm wasn't right. If I have to clap it out for you I will," was often heard coming from inside the band classroom doors. Band members dealt with such things as articulation and dynamics. Senior High band members donated their service to younger pupils having trouble with a certain rhythm. This helped directors Mr. Wollenhaupt and Mr. Herzog by cutting down the amount of time they had to interrupt class, and allowed them more time to stress the more important aspects of music. Academics x 1tf,:k1,f uf , U viz' w. i 5,M,m f'7QI'E7f.- ' fr Y X 21:-IPM." K, 'WA STUDENT LIFE ACTIVITIES PEGPLE U ACADEMICS COMM , ,, , ,, ,, ., Y vm-. Y-, '51 ' , , 1, . ff, M, I inf, W. My 1 rv, , ,.7,. , ,I . 035 4 'f rf'-' W I ,f, , A ' Y ww 'MW i in M AA , L , . I, 3 KC I Ultimate victoryg Bulldogs Win it all We have reached the top! Elida's base- ball team of 1976 has achieved the ultimate goal for a high school athletic team. Elida took the trip to Columbus where the Bulldogs played in the class AA State Tournament. Our Bulldogs returned to Elida with the State Championship trophy. This was the first trip to Columbus since 1958 and the first Elida team to win a State Championship in any sport. Throughout the year the Bulldogs had the winning attitude, as they went 18-12 in regular season action. Standouts for the 'Dogs on defense were Chuck Lamberts, Mike Sodders, and Rick Rumer. Lamberts had only two er- rors during the season. Sodders played third base throughout the year and made many diving stops in the "Hot Corner." Pitcher Rick Rumer ended the regular season with an 8-2 record, then went 4-0 in tournament action. Rumer pitched a rare no-hitter in the State semi-finals. Jim Vandemark led the team offense with a .390 batting average. He also supplied power as he and Ioe Scheele both hit eight home runs. Other leading hitters were Randy Prince and Don Staas who hit .329 and .328 respectively. As a team Elida hit for a .312 average. 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Hitting was more than ample as the Bulldogs pounded out nine hits, two each by Don Staas and Roger Becker in the Bulldog victory. i,5,., t,a :.f,f,.f, views..,,,v,,H .4...t, ,, ,, ,. .e " gf, I 1 zrgwgff., fv2fii1fd?f'wvw:e- :ze az5i5'ge,.5n3s3,g:g-ssiaaniw. -W , , mv .f ,w..w,-..f., ri N ma -f-1,55 .,m,,Qt-.,, -, in gf .exft - e.ieN..f, 1,1 'fl . his-Y-w,.:.-We era- 2: L W ' +, :,':-'J . v' ,, ,v.q,,.,., Ta:-,, r -,lfA,s,-i,.:gm,, awe. ,gseswa ...gp.r,W..,q,1.nQ5 W 'FHZEQS' g..j21!l' wif .ffm-iB.r2Lfl.QbO -4la:f1'.i1'4 "4hE"6"9'1b 'g'! f !-ZECKS-5,55 g - 5 . - -M . ,.,,.,. .smgm .., M.. .t.,,,.. 4 E Z'...I".C.1,?'t. : J, .i"55ff"1f"n - i w. 5 75 gi ar. .M-tx.q,' fagsfg. .leg ggeggggi, if " '!'w1:ws.....+.--if ---- -f.. -.i,4,v,.,:.-.,..i,.-aw. -:gf-m,.:s f-1f:g,.f:Wg-,+- gf , s V-sze,.e...H,,. in 13 It .2 ...,.. , ,,.. . ...,.. .,., ,,, .,,,.... f F , 4 -- fy H . f- -..af::.f , l. g,.:,u.f5f-lp. mtg.,-K? gg.-.,,5.5 ,, K f az .. mr. ' itz'-L-:Q ., ., . f:l"'i'h""?f Q. 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Sophomore Tom Miller did most of the pitching for the Bulldogs and, by the end of the season, had compiled a respect- able 4-4 record. Another sophomore, Mark Nungester, pitched in only one game but won it 6-3. Nungester struck out 6 batters in 7 innings and seems to be a bright spot for the future. Poor fielding was the direct cause of several of the losses for the Reserves. In the average game the defense committed 5 errors per game. Offensively, the 'Dogs were led by Chuck Moberly and once again Tom Miller. Moberly led the team with a .359 average with Miller close behind at .355. Overall the Bulldogs seemed to suffer from a lack of fundamentals. ' -.-half-.1-aWefeAm's.ga-4... .-,. s2i..,,..-ng. . ,s . 1 i ff,p2 it ' f - z.. - - - - gflrjtiazz-zwfggff-5, .. ,.' a ,: f , X -' ' . . . a . r. 5.331 ag, .. Y 1- -Q eww, tM,,etgx Q. -gvggqfffw -v 6- ,we H ...M .4 1 .rn 1, - N We 4 . . gg, la Mk ,sf .2 ,N 4 1 X , 1-gs , , st n. me in l vga C 1 1-' x . s' 0 f 4 Y X12 H ,g t Q , 1,59-L . W, x , . .42-"wiLii'EA2 1, .sn ...EL . -. '- , I . ,... .n . . ,, Athletics 101 Freshmen undergo depressing season tarting the season off with a flourish, the Freshman Baseball Team showed promise in beating Lima South and Miller City 8-7 and 9-4. Losing their third game against Miller City 3-12, the freshmen bounced back with a win over arch rival Lima Bath in the next game 15-3. Freshman Tony Gilroy had six strike- outs and allowed only three earned runs during that game. But soon inexperience began to show as they chalked up only two more winsf and ended the season with a S-10 win loss record. Gilroy led the team with a .404 average, while the team as a whole had a .267 batting average. 2 QE . ir Q i -'1 f -' - 1 .:. - ,Q 2 -' ..f C- u-gg? ' N ,r'L ..,.,aJ2Rw a1.,ea.a,,a n..,E,.,e,,., br 5 5sf1:!l,Ef,.-alfw mssssfa:?.:u?1sJ'f.ssriaie31'u, 3 ' 25,1-ff: N, 54 4?'ilE2l'Qi? 35 ' W' 1 ., :M . my A. 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SS S S srtr .,,,, S' K a S ygepr 2 if 3 ,g t at t 'Tet Lf!1weH4fhfgf ryie f S . -5 1143 7 etli Li!ii4lSB4fha1'sl 'Tee S+Ejf+4QQQw i S l S S6 Athletics 1 03 Errors counteract hitting efficiency A veraging nearly ten errors per game, the hitting efforts of the 1976 Women's Softball Team were countered by faulty fielding. The season ended with a record of 4-6. Leading the hitters, Kim Klopfenstein finished the season with a batting average of .585. Lisa Maxwell followed close behind with a season average of .537. 104 Athletics EH Bulldogs show koinoniag trackmen triumphant again " one, two, three," shouted Elida fans gleefully as the Bulldogs swept an- other event. These sweeps happened most often in the hurdle and distance events, where Elida had the most depth. The tracksters again compiled a successful season with a 7-3 dual meet record. A big asset was the team's attitude toward teamwork and the ability to pull together, which is an illustration of Koinonia. Underclassmen dominated as only tive seniors were lost to graduation. Next year's prospects look bright as nine letter- men return. Mr. Gary Evans coached. 'a A sf? ull. ' 31 . ' 'ff-viii' 1 ' ' ., ,J ' ' .. sw e eita ' ff '5 5 1, 1 , r 4 4 up ff J-4 K 1 u 1 f n gtg -ff, -2.3 .-.53 ,W gag: , ,,f,.f'l 5 j .ma Q , A 4,1 i. ye Q gr. i . VS it ul ...wi nt. . 4 i i. 'X ' -' 5 V5 'br tlwwif. 35L,M'r' fl H sf u " w il d' 9 1 el Q Q Q Q " -1 1 we . 1 75 r t ei , 1451-"' wfuF'..wi, ff J' ff 4,-W s, -x afitlmet-.ki frm- gig ETH, 'Ps 4 W N' Jig f ' ..,- .wi Mjgfftijrn ug'g'Q.v'Cf.!,W ,s,sn.fl.ifum.u...,,w am s. a2ea.u?i xref, ft swap-74'-r Sing . A 5 ww Milf ig S if 4- :Jun mx .4 at ' . t Mi Y Q., Q ' K X ff . ass, fl 1 We ' 62 X '.ie. 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Sophomore Dave Burrell teamed up with Mike Mouser, Bill Koontz and Keith Mill for a new 880 yard relay record of 1:34. Junior Mike Graham shattered the two mile record with a time of 9:55. The pole vault record fell to junior Steve Maxwell with a vault of 12'7". i,1,fagLM.., .a.vsa,a!a. .l,f,.,,,Mf.l,W,.. ,.f.,,m,C,Q-,-3g.Ve,,afa5.., a,,.,.s,.ig,t.,..f, - ,,se 1 06 Athletics 5. ' ,5 ln.. -fi del TGP: Displaying the form that carried him to state, junior Kelly Edwards hurdles to victory in the Celina meet, Elida won 85-42. MID- DLE: Firing out of the blocks, sophomores Dave Burrell and Brian Jenkins break for an early lead against -Van Wert. The Bulldogs outran the Cougars 69-58. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Dave Martz. Davey Finitzer, Keith Miller, LMike Erman, Joe Kennerson, Dino Gerdeman, Pete Kaufmang Bob Reese. Shannon Zerkel, -Dennis iMiller, Greg McGrath, Joe Graham. Row TWO: may Parent,,Mike' Graham, Kevin Ditto, Scott Wassink, Mike-Nlouseig Tim Myers, Vince Sarno, Bob Colley, ,Selwyn Drain, Keith Eawarasg Harold' r Boyd. Row THREE: Coach Cary' Evfansyi Kelly, Edwards, 'Mark Vandexnarky SCotg5Stemen, Andy Dick, Jeff Brown. gBillQ Koontz' Tim Koenig, 'Charlie Mull, John McBride, John' Corkin, Vandeniark, Nathan, Fogt, DaveBun'el1g ' Athletics 107 Women tracksters advance to state n to state! This thought of the Elida women's track team inspired them as they won second place in the Western Buckeye League, fourth place in the Sectional, and berths in District and State. Proving their consistency, thirteen Bull- dogs advanced from Sections, held at Defiance High School to the Bowling Green District tournament. Among Elida athletes were Nancy Lloyd, long jump, Sue Runyan, discus, Lori Cheney, the 880 yard relay, the 880 medley relay, and the mile relay teams. Ability and determination brought tive women to the State track finals held in Columbus, Ohio. Teammates attending included senior Sue Runyan, discus, plus the mile relay team, consisting of sopho- mores Beth Cheney and Julie Dalton, and freshmen Cheryl DeWalt and Iennell Wilkins. Elida's mile relay team captured seventh place in the state, June 5, 1976. l ,f1,AE':'5l'bx ' Qt tp Mt EH. ,iz,,fs,ffe 432 ' W - as lgfrg et "ftV!?5i!'l -ft Liszt. S. 2- v A -,s h ea-21.1 H .s:m.?gf5'2,gg:n an f an' -?g:f ,afe ml a 1 wolf.-fff faefs v., fe--ww . T'-'mist w 4. '-tt. Q21 .. -- afwni ' c5HPi2gfazf,tM1-,Q fagveev.-ra -. , lm ,NW-.ze ' -'S l 5 Q fin . .fe 'IV 3 gettin? it 4. ,. .z .p, 2 no c ,i 5 I ,, ,V Hg ,M A 5,51 C k t a i I Qt . ' .4 na., '. Wa' fl 7 ' 1 533 ' aw -.,s,l ' 1 y a . .a ' fix' 1' -f i ,u t , 5, ... . -"1 -, y 1 e H ' Q 'it-,ss-fifvwv 'A :ei "'. i it .JL X. . -4 en WM: -Lthr ' , ,smelt w?-wh , :at-:Ev 'He t' We .,,.., , ,ha ,, .. 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Scott Staup led the way with three new marks. -of 3521 raaaetflif if ta' g sm as Magna 552 avi i,, i'5g? .- fix," Q., 1 nf. 5- . '- , , - ' X v as- in "H 1,1 -s, -5 . it-.fr ,r u Qpwdfe x va . - ' es'a':s ' ,a we r.: - M '.s,- f l 1 0 Athletics .Sw fa- ,. n:'Wm:,.t Season predictions not so far-fetched P redicting a better season for the tennis team was not far-fetched. Ending the season with a 7-10 record ,the 1976 tennis team was led by senior Jeff Wallar and freshman Pierre Tanguay with 12-5 and 12-4 records respectively. Next in line was junior Steve Schierholt with a 9-8 record for the season. Tournaments, on the average, proved to be a small part of the season. The Elida Bulldogs were eliminated early in the Western Buckeye League and the Ohio High School Tennis Conference Association tournaments. Junior Steve Schierholt will be returning as the lone senior letterman. Other letter- men include sophomore Mike Reynolds and freshmen Pierre Tanguay and Larry Hannon. Denny Schwinnen coached. 'fbi' 'RKiH'1'i erat Pierre' Tam-ay me get igqjfethnr, a voliey. BOTTOM' RIGHT:-5-Theetsuagf Tennis Team FRONT ROW: Pierre Tanguay,,Mike.Kmsley, Larry ' 'HaH11Qnse3.SfevffZ43tii61-iBACKfli0W1 COM - Dennisggfischvviiiiieniifi Vlyfxkej' Reynolds, r Jeff 1 Y5'21faf4vf1?4vff1EvfirvSlrSifvefSshiathbls Randy- eMefi9'?? vGf0SS-i -BE- .LOW:-Rffvmmgfafi-lxnqafhntrLarry Hamm. . iiiifch-ff iiiiiibhpvvefif-V - fs--ir f - 1- U '- - W f. -at,','ggL , 5 4 K VN " +35 .jtgiz -W-sql 'K T. V ' l""'-'L -sa..,5gC :X ,, , .Q uv-A-F Athletics 1 1 1 .A sllll!,q,, 1 gm ll s AE' .s " f:5' gn- .. : :. x . 1-. ' 1 'f t -S ' 22 W e - uf ,wwf M-n,,,www.ws., ff- -sf H ,Q wg-gf. . MS gt 1,f.m,qewf my 51 Q gig. , Q L. -sg, 3 W ,Lv - :m.,5,,m 3fgf5g3.5W,,Q F, Eg? 'F w-'b,:5... 4245 -i l l .9 .Q :se- -1425? X , ,f wage W. ,mai ff is W .M .,,, .. ,, W V A T12 112 Athletics .gf .,msnv.g. .. , . 45' ,A ,. ,-1+.,. , -1f..l,'xM.., ww I? A A G? 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Late in the season a second doubles duo of Kerrie LaPosta and Anita Sarno was added. Shively and Sarno competed in the Ohio's Conference Tennis Association in which both went down to defeat in the first round. The team participated in the District Tournament at Bucyrus, with Shively winning her first round match, but losing her second. The remainder of the team fell in its first match. Coach Jean Killen has high hopes of a better season in the future. Experiences the members received in 1976 will pro- mote a better 1977 season. ff V' V S Q H 7 A 'flet mm' S rMw- S -Shively and t .s'l.. 1 f .SS S, v sai f 1 srs- :fu .f SS fs' 1 73 S f f 4. f . I 3 f 27 S 5 7 S 47 Athletics 113 Leaders and desire spark dogs to .500 C oaches cited senior leadership and also a great willingness to learn by underclassmen as the decisive points in the tumaround of the Elida football pro- gram. From the 2-8 record of last year to the respectable 5-5 record of this year's team was quite an improvement. Junior Dave Burrell spearheaded the Bulldog offense by amassing 762 yards on the ground for an even four yards per carry. He threw for another 641 yards. The offense scored fourteen points a game. Around the league, the 'Dogs were thought to be too small on the line of scrimmage to be a real threat. This proved to be false, though, as the offensive line had a season blocking percentage of just over 70. Against Ottawa Glandorf they blocked an amazing eighty-four percent. This paved the way for Curt Donoho, who had an average of 3.8 yards per carry. He ran for 179 yards over the season and missed the last two games because of an injury. Mike Mouser was the real workhorse on the ground, gaining 366 yards on 110 carries. Kelly Edwards handled all of the kick- ing chores for the 1977 Bulldog squad. 5 msaztnvaiggcef E upfaiari eww mi B 11, nest ve A arhmx wrwmxalr anna! guns ragiiirnaif-newswire? 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Q - ..,, 1 .,,, - :mil 5 vt ' ' ' , 124.20 f --fl. nrffli ' 1 ---- 2 V e 1 , iff, .. ll ww ,. 2 if ' Jw? -L W fm, ,. ,,,, M. .1 ,, ,hr- ,,A,,,,,,g E , W, Q, .K r,., ,,, ifswd' . .f W ,. ,, 1-4, '- 1 me 1 ,L ,ki-lam: iw: nw f gg, A mi W . 2-lyme' 3 ' ,,,,, Athletics P5 .Q 'x ABOVE: Elida fullback Mike Mouser is stopped for a short gain against the St. Marys Roughriders. Elida lost the game 27-6. BE- LOWg Quarterback Dave Burrell gets a nice block from Mike Mouser as he sets up to throw, against St. Marys Memorial High. 1 1976 VARSITY FOOTBALL Elidaf Opponents A '0 Vi Upper Sandusky 21 21' . Wapakoneta 7 V 6 QSt1 Marys 27 14 6 L Van Wert 12 13 1 Delphos St.Iohns 0 6- Kenton 23 20 Ottawa Glandorf 13 18 i Lima Bath 20 12' Celina 0 20 ' Defiance 21 ,Season Total: s-s Athletics 115 Pride, enthusiasm strengthen defense Defensive coaches Ron Jackson and Gary Evans turned out a strengthened defensive squad for the 1976 football campaign. Elida's defense was based on the concepts of pride and more im- portant, discipline. These two basic ingredients combined to mold a bond among the defensive unit. Led by Barry Walters, the defense allowed only 144 points on the season. Walters led the defense with 122 tackles and received All-City, and second team All-WBL honors. He was also awarded the coveted Golden Helmet Award by his teammates. Two providing sophomores, Mike Foust and Jeff Maxwell had 111 and 99 tackles respectively. They are joined by Brian Jenkins to form the nucleus of the defense next year. .5311 ia 116 Athletics 2 M W K K Q Q at nwjxfifi-. .. 6 'ti' 6 fi: X if f H'-A ,. ff.- ' 6 'ii i es W W . an 53 W is 5 ,Q- K ' -M i'w.fi'i' K v f , gg 1 gf J in W .WMM v VL 6 I ,..,, . ,E Amt ' A N . ,.. 1976 RESERVE FOOTBALL scones . Elida ' ' ' L .Opponents 1 0 Wapakoneta - 11 0 V St. Marys - ' 20 Yan Wert L 14 6 Delphos St. Johns 0 Og' 14 20 i 'A Kenton - 8 oi eonmyoxanagrf o o Limaanggn s o 23. poem. g 0 y 1 59'?S'?FeTf'W5 'W' e . ff' Reserve's defense stymies opponents Defense paved the way for the Reserve football record of 4-1-3. There were only 36 points scored against them in the eight games they played, which is an average of 5.1 points per game. Leading tackler for the second year in a row, Junior Dave Lamberts compiled 69 tackles during the year. Offensively the team showed inexperience tying three games and scoring only 69 points the whole year. The highlight of the season was the win over the Celina Bulldogs who fell to the Reserves 23-0. Richard Reiff scored two of the touchdowns on two twenty-yard runs, and Jeff Schroeder connected on a ten-yard pass to tight end Selwyn Drain. a tal ,Q-M -, .Xu - we . K . . o K '74 -. 4 iligv T Q 2.,jNM.y.wQg4,,, 'hrs l,?l,,fl ,W ,aim I ,Appl 8 u-wwe f, . .flip J A " ' - X f . v . J 4, A 4 " ' , -F, . .. ilvi awed' Athletics Freshmen capture best season ever H ard-hitting defensive play enabled the Freshmen Football Team to record a 6-1 season. The Bulldog defense gave up an average of 5.1 points per game. Led by quarterback Scott Staup, the offense racked up 178 points in seven games for 25.4 points per game. Randy Rumer and Scott Staup were the leading scorers for the offense. In the sixth game, the Ottawa Glandorf Titans fell to the 'Dogs with the offense racking up 368 yards and hitting pay dirt eight times. Defensively, the Bulldogs held the Titans scoreless with only 59 yards. Both offensively and defensively the freshmen showed promising ability to excel in football. 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Busboom led the team with an average of 40.6 strokes per 9 holes. Mark Condra was second man with Derek Busboom the third man. The fourth and 'fifth man alternated between Barry Smith, Larry Hannon, Jerry Ballentine, and I ack Ulrich. Mark Condra was Elida's medalist at the Sectional and WBL meets with a line 40.3 average per 9 holes. The team finished 5-12 overall and 3-6 in the WBL. They finished 7th in the WBL meet and were 6th out of 12 teams in the Sectional. Mark Fazel won the Fett, Noffsinger, Kruse Memorial Tournament in a sudden death playoff with Larry Hannon. meme- Q-gsm 5 ' -Q15-4 'if' KM 'A ' M Ti' , : 5 ai z 3 life: za .1. f i 'sfifxmt ff? 1 1 .- . . ,1,:Q-..s,..- .J s. .. ,A ,g31,m,.,,,+.t .Ag3.A5 ""' ' ' wk 2i1iQkvirf2v.z,-Lv' " ' U. 'E ' ' N4 V f :" .' ' gig, 4 f i' 5?.i" ' ff'..g : v- 'QQ egairs'-.-fgfkfgsfxgr-if +w.., .gg,Q:' '- , . 1-ii' ir' ,m' ' -f te. iff-'?? 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Athletics '-f: yww -,: . fl rc., w me-W'-e N2 ., - Mya. .,.r..sN, Ski its V3 'iii-Cise-i-Sk -i i,X :ang 3 fi. 125' T' Archery competition ends in deadlock With a field of eleven teams, four teams tied for the top position in the 1976 women's archery competition. The four teams were MS', the Bull Headed Freaks, the Flying Arrows, and the Blue Streak. The tie was not broken. Sophomore Bonnie Snyder was the top archer scoring 768 points. Senior Mary Sarno rated second with 552 points. Teams ranking first and second respective- ly in scoring were MSI consisting of Mary Sarno, Anita Sarno, and Sheila Millerg and the Bull Headed Freaks with Bonnie Snyder, Brenda Martz, and Kerrie LaPosta as its members. Sarno gets' ready to, --shoot herlastarrow in,the.fina1 round of 1 apeheryg for me my iB0'ITOMxi Archers Kerriej.iQLaPosta, Bonnie. Snyder, - Brenda i - 'Martz,'Anita Same. and Sheila Miller 'show their skill as they aim for the yellow bullseye. 2? ,, . . Athletics 121 Spirit and unity ignite CC runners U nited and pulling for a common goal may best describe the cross country team. With every member of the varsity missing at least one meet because of inju- ries, the Bulldogs still compiled a 9-2 dual meet record, Mr. Bill Oleson coached. Close grouping and teamwork pro- vided the efforts that allowed the harriers to win the Perrysburg Relays, Fayette Relays, and their Sectional meet. Without two varsity runners the team pulled through to finish third in the District which qualified them for the State meet. At state, the 'Dogs finished a disappointing fifteenth. Individual efforts also highlighted the year. Sophomore Rob Lamb became the new owner of the school record with a time of 9:53. Senior co-captain Mike Graham broke the senior record with a time of 10:01. Junior Shannon Zerkel led the team in scoring with 35 points while the other senior co-captain, Nathan Fogt, was voted most valuable runner. Rounding out the varsity team were Mike Reynolds, Dennis Miller, and Mike Icenogle. " . 2 i qfagtsi " -'fa,1". g'-,,.c..,.5:ga1a:.", - .3-Q-'il " " , ,, ,, Qsii if .-:fi ggi:-s Ag: 5-q'.,yw1ti3,,g:gpi,Q,,1 q-::g:,fu5aL -2.1its-szzfvsgnw,Q3f.'gw2:r'LigE " -'-, 11.1 ::j'.2:a : . 1 5535535 - Q Q if suite? ff sts Eff - 'its , . wwf 1 if-1 -n:,i:.wf'!Jr..t: 'rf-2-L,swzz-.atz,13gga.-,gggglgit-4if,mg 'gsgfizz-+51 Ji4.2s23:,,x,g,'zl11 gca.'E:.::,-,xanga ,4L.-,gg15114453-iq2g5.s5s-ti:-n-nf. 115' - 'A-A 1-w-V -- -' , ---- -'iff-N - . A1513 ...-..,.,Eag ......asf -:giigifgizii2525.11.. . . . 1-,gg-,-fmmlv, egamnrzgrtf-3 iw was eflmg mc, tv asaml' ,-Emerg: ' ' 122 Athletics w -V. w,.ev-aims, H 'X W f..,w,4fL.1 111"W 411 , 1 1 1 111 f 1 Q? 44 iw W K 1' at an M " 1 'fi 4, , D H J W wa - aw. bl 2.11 1115 1 IM E, ,,kk A115 1:1 ,V.,. K 1 C9P?NTRXL5C9???531iil3rl gl?Q?551i3ifQ?i53152 -bf ff - A '0PP9'1e'?f5ii i'f1f 1135'lQfifS?Li1Bi5haW1iBB ,' ' or 1'i8fW?'-QWapakonetaQ'. 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Mike Reynoldsg ' Graham, Rob Lamb, Shannon Zerkel, ji-Seach Bill o1em,1 1zQw Two: Joe G1-alum, 1 -'Dave Finitufy' Dino Gerdeman, Scotia' Wassink, Kun Kaufman, 'nm Koenig, S E1jrnanQ Mike - Briekner, PetegA1iKaufn1gr15f' Mark DaIton.'Elida's barriers were1-191211' Athletics 1 23 Invitational firsts highlight schedule Major invitational wins upgraded the cross country season. At the Perrys- burg Invitational, the varsity finished first out of fifteen teams by placing four runners between thirteenth and seven- teenth places. The reserves also won their division. Domination is the only word that can be used to describe Elida's participation in the Fayette Relays. The varsity team finished first out of eleven teams by placing three in the top ten including the individual winner, Rob Lamb. The re- serves also won the team championship behind individual winner Mark Dalton and a second place by Dave Finitzer. Eighth grader Mark Fogt also won the Junior High race. 3. QT? 'AWN' "?w,,zf5,I.'f1"2z4E1d?.' is 'f!,g2EIiaasXW:,vi:vkMi?gw-32.01'e:e.5wwk,2+Q+arszae ,,, I 5 5. f.,LT ,Et .img ,, .gp ,.,. gsm , .fu Q .. -mzawfw-wg11'ag,we' fiageqgegeggns. -xif asfsy ffil. W '- Q . . Q , ' 1 fer rqdgpgs Hz. ez ' "' 'A :fs Q H. ' K 'A Z . .i 124 Athletics I . at X M 1 e if . N - Q F f. r' - .. y 5 Iliff s 'gftkffsrp-irrgiwggk 1 'J 'A S 5 xi 1ff15fj.g.3f f - assi, HJC X!-12.1-i:if.5:f . fi .Q F , . ,llgf ' f, . .. 2' 'Y L 1 r L V -mag: Q 3 K- ss-W 'f5f.1f'r5E2s wtfilr. Nurse,- bVV,r ,V 'Y rf. :Qiszg J. .2 . . -fs fa.. QL it L.. l Efforts of seven prove insufficient Adding more games to the schedule seemed to be a liability to the women's varsity volleyball team. They ended their season with a record of four won and eleven matches lost. In spite of the losses, five seniors and two juniors scored consistently high for the team. The five seniors were Donna Morrison, Teri Leman, Karen Klopfen- stein, Lisa Maxwell, and Julie Kilgore. Players Lisa Bowers and Julie Golding were high scorers for the juniors. s V' womens vpngmiug V V V . , V A Elida . Opponents 0 Wapakoneta 2 ' 0 , St. Marys 2 1 , Sidney Lehman 2 2 e vmwen 1. 0 A Delphos St. Johns 2 i ' 1 V Lima Senior? 2 1 l eKenions so A 2 , r '1 LimabCentral,Catholic'V - . 2 Ottawafvlandorf -Q, 1 'il f '0 ' 5 Lima Shawnee V i V 32 V 2 I-ima B431 . fi fi" ' 1 1 Blufiioni fe 2 0 V CelinaVgVfV . QV 'V .2 2 i Cv1umhusGrQvs..il 0 1 V. Defiance , aff A Zf VV. I SemuT0wf24f11Ti i v bv-Klub Vim , -,.-- i ii ,,.. rom .senior Vrgxiie-1cngofe+4nc1V.juni0f June Golding iwkl-mgvqasli Karenfxiopfmsum :.LVV1i5 ' ?V Q 7 'bumps the ball-.overfthe net inthe game V V ' VV V - J L against Van Wertq Elida won the match two -. X-, f " -, 3 . gamesf to one.'V,MIDIlLE: Scoring another , , f , ' , as point, .Teri-Lainah his me ban as Lisa Mu- - . 1 w N ' ' M - well' and Karen- Klopfenstein wait in case- ' 1 K 53 1 N . 5 I . 7 j ' :SAT they are needed fox-'an assist. BOTTOM: if , ,ix "tel ' V r WOMENS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL V, mls je f E 3 11 s Q3 V Y Vs s 1. FRONT Row: Lisa Bowers, Nancy f' r P Vi' v V s'iLloyd,Ju1ie Kilgore, Lisa Maxwell, Donna V i s.. as 225. s Morrison, Julie Golding. BACK ROW: V W V Z Q Karen1Klopfenstein,.Jola Painter, Gina Hag- ? f ' e its V Q -aman, MonicaGuagenti, Teri Laman, Debbie J , V S+ Ag f r K Qi. . R XV 3 I-layer. Ms. Dorothy'Edwards coached. lf, 1 ,tif , ' V gf 4" H V V 5- f Q 'fl ci , A Y ,Z n' VVVVV Q '- , 1 ills fU04 ' A i x ' f v 0 ' f i - f N, JU r . fn Q QI., if., W 52- 4- SQLQUQ4 5 lui " :leaf Athletics 1 2 5 Sophomores show promising abilit ophomores showed great ability on the 1976-1977 women's reserve volleyball team. Under the direction of coach Pam Grear, the team finished its season with a record of 9-3. Sophomore Laurie Maxwell led the team in total points scored. Teri Haber- field, Patty Whitacre, Toni Ridenour, and Lisa Brown also contributed their skills to achieve high scores for the team. 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A r if 'H' ' f 5- . iaf'55?Gii'v " S393 1 'A 'Zi ' . fiiaiis 2 ' 7 h 126 Athletics Basketball suffers through heartbreak P lowing their way through a season of sparse victories and heartbreaking de- feats, the basketball team posted a 7-12 record. Some of those defeats were heart- breaking indeed because the basketball team lost four games by four points or less. Leadership was plentiful, with most of it coming from seniors Craig Bowers and Kevin Schroeder. Bowers' uncanny shoot- ing ability and team-leading rebounding along with Schroeder's floor leadership accounted for most of the Bulldog's inter- mittent successes. Bowers averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per game while Schroeder was scoring 14 points on his usual night's work. After the basketball team won only two games in 1975, Coach Dave May came to Elida and bettered that by winning three games in 1976. In his second year's cam- paign, Coach May's team won seven games. 2 1 -' - ' W' . g f-:':---.:'- " 1 - --'-- -asa f -1 -vga ' '11 - rss'-'fm an fq,gQ:,zz4,, ,ir 1 ,.mig:fg.-- , 1 - 1 ,h 5 . Tv F' . W" W K: af" .1 "f" Q -as ' 1 at V---. 7 7 if M Y ....,.. U, ,, 535-fi 'esal Qlffiff'-' - t,.,, ,,,., . .A W 1 elm . --eg if-W W, T faW-qaffjgfg7-vgfs:vifi:a:f:3 at C ESL. , if X . it f e 1 trim., ,af . . , W 1. f 7 I 172.7 7 at 'Y -'-' 2 mQ':?f2,f:?f2f'ffra tis ff -f" 7' a 7 7692 , j 7 -.,7e -'.7 eg -3,55 f' . ll 2 i i , ,-if-?,'?-?5 'x Athletics f 'ff Y 'iiivlimii Tfeiagggk-gp iuiz flip frsfni off 2 ,QQ sw-fvdixieazfru4-fm.,L-WawrL2s:sfe.sf 1.za1:df,,s nw gg..,f,,Q,151, , .5,g,.,f,gz:f 128 Athletics 1 2 Bulldog basketball brings excitement E ven though they were below .500, the Bulldogs provided excitement for their fans nearly every Friday night. The team showed they could play well when they put their minds to it. They played a large Kenton team and lost by only four points. Arch rival Bath topped the Bulldogs by one point. Most of the game was con- trolled by the Wildcats until the 'Dogs made up a 12 point deficit in the last four minutes. The rally fell short as the Wildcats scored in the last seconds. Elida played the role of the spoiler against Defiance. Defiance could have claimed the league title against Elida. The Bulldogs traded leads and forced the game into overtime. Craig Bowers scored with seconds to go and Defiance failed in a desperate last second shot. :If-"fr -. ' f I , ' Elida's?leading'scorer, Craig Bowers, fgoes high fora 'jump sim against Bryan. Q Referee.Pete leugers monitors the action. Q ElidaBulldogs downed-Bryan,79-62. K V Athletics 129 jV's Bowsher leads squad improvement Under the direction of second year coach Chuck Downing, the reserves improved from a six and twelve record to a respectable 12 wins and 6 losses. With the defense giving up 42 points per game, the offense kept up the pace with 45 points per game. Center Dennis Bowsher and guard Jeff Schroeder led the 'Dogs with 11 points per game and 9.7 points per game re- spectively. Dennis Bowsher also held up honor for rebounds with 136 rebounds for an average of 7 rebounds per game. Jeff Schroeder led in assists with 54. f'57ffl52i55z,2f Li53Y5ff5 lifllfff illlzl-f': 5:fQ-fiY'?wZf'af-iii I V KN K3 jg ' X A A e,,f 1 it . -,w,:wg-,. V fi eaalle f 'fave i Jra "e"l i'e1 e'-'-ef1' f ee'e iel -ll-' snirn e'ff Y-s1 4 W W, 56 e,rrr s raaa . 4 53. ,r., , .,,,.t sent Tw. W , . W ,, , ,WH iliiii iittit"ii siiilti 4448,lgfefiiizvfef orortr, to ,r ,tt,st,.cl 49 , a vsfv vsalaesa 1 allsv M, ,:gg.gi,:r-aw.. f.,. 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The fresh- men defeated Kenton in the first round 57-46, but were eliminated in the second round by Celina 46 to 64. Overall, the Bulldogs finished the season with eight wins and seven loses. Leading scorers Scott Staup and Bob Hare averaged 12.7 and 10.6 points per game respectively. In the rebounding de- partment, Bob Hare led the team by hauling in a total of 165 rebounds. From the field, the 'Dogs hit 39'Zm, while at the charity stripe they were able to hit 5106. Freshmen averaged 42.8 points per game, while the defense only gave up 39.8. Mr. Sam Boyer coached. 5,ygri.1f-fp'-.-z ggs ' 1. '-'.A . 1' T' fs.. .A ' i if uf rye '1-- a 1 lafe av.. i " ' Q f - SE., -'E' .en. YN 1' 7-7 ff .. -.. ,Q W: . -v " u' -W . efegfstfffwz if " "wr ae '-'e. ' Pe 2 aa cs " f ..s.' . - ma 4 H Q, . 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Junior Julie Golding showed her spirit in spite of the losses as she captured the position of high scorer averaging 11.2 points per game. Golding was also the top rebounder on the team. Junior Lisa Bowers contributed her share of the ef- fort by sinking 5170 of her shots at the charity stripe. Also suffering a tough season, the women's reserve basketball team posted a record of 3-7. Toni Ridenour and Patty Whitacre were high-point standouts. . ha: 41 H F,f'k1a."2."E4 i?1fi?'Z1" ??.f'7a,1i.',..rf.! 5' ."'.-.'ge- 'nig1f',,g4'y-:,s5eAww 52214515 uisijliff .af t fl a t '-with ,ff-X55!g,aiinE53uul1-ge!-F ijfwtr4nn.q'5,2l'xxF1g:j,3i:'l.1fgQ:z .ii f 'ff 1 ga .,aTtlaz27an'.,g:sBfrgf,.-.4-mtv: Aslan., . ...flair ...K-i.4.s.nei,,3spu:rJaane.r-, . , w'es?'1w:,- ivffihiiaqlihrs Vigil?-.'s if G13 ff'-.1 ' f H - if L-Ziff gill?"-QV' WE L3 TE? ' 2 Qs E3 I' 51 155 , lv: Jfffw' H 'rfb' -V72 ' " ' ' '11 as f. I-a-. 2fffi"2t iezftm- 'Vila 'gig 29-rf-1:1035 ,,. 1 515345 ..,,. I 'ff ' 'l' 5, . -' "ST ,. 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RESERVE 131 Lima Shawnee 25 - 19 Wapakoneta 47 , 14 - St. Marys V 26 27 116' 5 .van weft 1 5 'Lima senior o "15 ff DelPhiiS25fJ0h11S 43 20 OftaAQi'dG1andorf 18 16 K9HF9I?1igfQ..QQ A 30' 24.2 LimdCehCtal-Cathglic' 35 ' 13 3 Lmiaeg4m Q 45 22,2 A11?!1 E?Sf.i y 16 12 34 23 Vars1ty Se2sQngf1foiql:Q 4 wdps4 9 losses Reserye Seas6g1'Tota.l:a-4 wins, 9 losses 'Denbtes 'forfeit' V - game. BOTTUMZ WOM' 5?'T5Ji fR55E3V5liYf BASKETBAU- TEAM: fERQIjQT'ROW: san-og Kim awp, 'flbxgi Ridenougj IS6lly'Laman, Patty Whitacre. MIDDLEROW-:..LCoach Pat Rockers, Mary iQDQS6Q1bi1rg,L Wendy Skinneig' Iean Corken, Harmon. BACK ROW: Laurie Troto- Eliaiidl Robin Moses, Sue Rowlette, Lori Cfigexiejr, Anita Snyder. Athletics Offensive powers Win in intramurals B alance and competition best describes this year's intramural basketball pro- gram. Coordinator Bob Clover organized 65 boys into eight teams. The season came to a close with two offensive powers tying for the championship. Mike Icenogle and Jan Zuber were the two teams' captains, with Zuber having a 19.2 scoring average. Dave Burrell was second in scoring with 17.7 points per game. The intramural program provided recreation for boys not active in varsity winter sports. It also provided a' chance to unwind from the rigors of school during winter months. Q , v e ' 'L fi M ".'!.. 'W' W' i' Afizffi? N P X L X L 'U ww fbi , . we S . 'W ,', , 4,-' f 1 3 4 Athletics ll Lhfxl' 5. 5141 I f,,,- . JJ 2.1 Lxf, :CQ W up an easy shotr Ted Lylefattemptsffo S66tc'in1 intramural adtion. TOP RIGHT: WithLDuke Spring looking on, Bob Colley' haulsfinia: rebound during an imramgural game., LEFT:1ui1i6r Doug Vande- mark. shows AQgve,Fihitze11Athe,- finer points of defgnsmf Yandgmark nggg1y fQu1ed mm. Athletics 1 3 5 More participation adds 5 new teams M ore! More! More! Many more Girls Athletic Association members par- ticipated in intramurals than ever before. This proved to be correct when ap- proximately 100 girls formed 11 teams, compared with eight teams last year. Teams were broken into two leagues: the Gold League and the Orange League. Leaders at press time were the No Nots of the Gold League and the Hula Hoopers of the Orange League. Intramurals were held once a week. Tournaments held between the N0 Nots with the present league record of 3-0 and the Hula Hoopers with a league record of 4-0, resulting in a 33-25 victory for the Hula Hoopers. Volleyball was another successful aspect of girls intramurals. First place was taken by the Senior Sensations. They went undefeated throughout the season. ' W -g mf .N s fs, gr L ' hi, 5.- 3: Q " tr ' 42 agp - are-1, , fe - .W , - at 1 "5c .. E-1grgga'l" 2 ': isljee w ,. ., , af, ,,. I , YY? ,, . . .. rf ,, -' riesifl i ff e-G i1iS!1ff? gy uf 2 2 af ' .ai Ein. . .11 M. , . ... .. r-lane 2, f'! 1 . .A "' ,.,, Q V ,, , www N . ., ,..,,.a 1 i . - 1 - , Q ' ' ., . f -.L . AJ H , , -- ,afjy VVA, M 1 ' s , -f '53 .W I' :bs i G s .g..,2f,wV:w - if GAA Frosh enjoy bowling, billiards B eginning their Senior High GAA activities, the freshmen participated weekly in bowling and billiards. Bowling and billiards were held once a week at Westgate Lanes. Freshmen started off with a high number of participants. Leading the fresh- men as of press time was Diane Francis with an average of 130. First place bracket for the leagues was held by the Super Rollers with Laura Barnes, Liz Buddle- meyer and Diane Francis. Freshmen were not the only class to participate, Senior bowlers were led by the Turkeys with Gay Ann Bruning, Deb Hayer, and Teri Laman. Sheila Miller held the high average of 145. In billiards, the freshmen again showed great interest. The "Q Sticker" with a record of 13-5, held the first place position with members Brenda Rumer and Deb Schmenk. Leading the seniors were Teri Laman and Diane Eagy, alias Miss Cues, with a 16-2 record for the GAA season. RIGHT: Intense concentration is Shelly White's main concern as she prepares to throwffor a strike. BOTTOM: Moments of deliberation bring a successful shot to junior Kaille Coolidge during a billiards battle. x... Athletics 137 Individual efforts sustain grapplers ndividual efforts carried the grapplers to a 5-5 record. Forfeits in certain weight classes led to two of the losses. Senior Tim Moore led the way with a 9-1 dual meet record. Junior Mitch Moore finished the year with an 8-2 record. At the City Championships, Tim Moore won the championship in his weight class. Moore was also named outstanding wres- tler of the tournament. Juniors Dave Martz and Doug Sutton also became city champs. Seniors Dave Bogner and Tim Koenig and juniors Mitch Moore and Bill Warner were all second place finishers. Bulldog wrestlers had a tough time in the WBL meet and finished ninth. As of press time sectional and district results were not available. .53 4 Q: E ,. R 5 xi:-Lf? ii--ggi Q3fkiufgf,islam1gQ.Ef2Ei?3,dL ggf'pl - N f . . :wa .. ., -it or L Q 5 ., a . -- -ew: wr-. ,.,, , 1 1, nf, 138 Athletics VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Elida Qpponent 32 Celina 30 7 Defiance 49 39 1 Wapakoneta 25 40 A Kenton 18 18 St. Marys 40 25 Delphos St. Johns 29 26 Ottawa Glandorf 39 41 Van Wert V 9 42 Lima Senior 19 30 Lima Bathl I ' , 35 Western Buckeye League, 9th out of 10 All City Meet, 2nd out of 4 Sectional, 4th out of 15 A Season Totals: 5 wins, 5 losses TOP: Senior Tim ,Koenig gains two points for eontrol against Greg Westrick of Defiance. -Koenig beat Westrick 7-2. MIDDLE: Sopho- more Selwyn Drain drives for the pin against Tim Beacli5of,Van Wert. Drain pinned Beach as the .Bulldogs rolled over the Cougars 41-9. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Tim Moore, Mitch Moore, Greg Sutton, Pierre Tanguay, Ron Stewart, Dave Swick. John McKinney, Jack Tanguay, Jeff Smith, Doug Dunlap. ROW TWO: Keith Hullinger, Bill Warner, Dan Hunt, Dave Martz, Jim DeMoss, Mike Mouser, Craig Hoibein, Doug Sutton, Selwyn Drain, Curt Edwards. BACK ROW: Coach Mike Estes, Mike Diglia, Tom Miller, Jeff Williams, Rick Rumer, Barry Walters, Tim Koenig. Dave, Bogner. Perry Stemen, Bob Reese, Rick Simpkins, Coach Bob Tong. Athletics l 39 Talented gymnasts finish at 9 and 5 nder the direction of a new coach, Mr. Gerald Coburn, the young, strong, members of the 1976-1977 gymnastics team proved their future ability by win- ning nine meets and losing only three. As of press time, district competition had not been held, therefore, no state repre- sentation was known. Coach Gerald Coburn is optimistic about the upcoming team since there were only four seniors on the squad. 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T f' if if if-22157 2554, '-' fi -6.53 551:21 ri-Eli? izuiaililiif E2353557x'Vgfi'1.,1T1555326542243 -Szliifflfviezfalfaz ,sw .,., . ,..,,W..14,..-,.s,,+,.,,.-.,,-,.a,s,, .,.t,,. ,,.,,. . ,M ,, ,-.,..,a., ,,,., 140 Athletics J, X W pingwhatftQuri11CffoffEihB ?i11QEQS4 fBO'ITr0Mfi if m : SH9iliQffMi119f f Vlfly ftflfdllgli 5 1 f the She graciices hef intermediate ygult. A mv ,. f, mssw Wwwmfwfw' f ., ,,., - f - ,.,w, ,, 'pl ,, Athletics 141 KAI A 0 Z Q Q v' , 5, w F . , ' 5. it 4 YJ 1 STUDENT LIFE ACTIVITIES ACADEMICS ATHLETICS CCMMUNITY 1 44 People Officers dominate 223 Elida Seniors S enior class officers controlled 223 members through their final year of high school. Class President Nathan Fogt, Vice-President Mark Sandy and Secre- tary-Treasurer Debbie Shively worked simultaneously planning graduation. Assisting the class officers through various decisions was the senior class executive committee. By means of joint action, a selection of graduation an- nouncements were chosen. The senior student body then voted on the announce- ments of their choice. Officers also decided on a guest speaker for graduation. Highlighting their final year, the seniors placed first in the magazaine drive. As first place winners, they re- ceived a ten-speed bicycle for a raffle to help bolster their class treasury. ,,wM ' f ,ag 31,1-s..,apf:'A3,t,, .,1,WQf.z,W'aww-piiyfqf fwsff kg-2',Q.-w:'g5L4,.s .,1af.fgzL -sf f "', wma .,,. wamgceif,if-,e1ga:f.'1sE, .mf .i,,k,.5,.,3W,,,,.L.c,,,.,1, .,..,,,k,,,,tf,a,.fs.rf ci- wa, fe ami, las- f.,'e:fWwf..',,fi.f , MR 9 xi ,., Life? ff? Xxx M4 Greg Ernest Adams Julie Anna Alco Elaine Kay Alger Patricia Joan Allman Marcia Lee Altstaetter William G. Ballentine Tamara J. Barker Karen Marie Bible Jeffrey Lee Bilbrey David Michael Bogner Kris Lynell Boley Ronald Craig Bowers Maisie Elaine Boyer Judith Annette Bray Stanley Gene Brenneman Susan M. Brenneman Nelda Lynn Briley Gregory Allen Brown People 1 45 Seniors overcome course segregation en years ago, men in home economics were unheard ofg out of the question. Male students caught sewing or cooking risked being labeled less than masculine. But home economics non-majors for the '76-'77 school year overcame this stereotype. With the coming of Title IX, men began taking the home economics courses and women participated in the industrial arts classes. These students led the way for future students to gain practical knowledge by enrolling in these particular classes. fQi . 'r 'P -- ff - 2"- 'w ww' A . .awfif L, f. ,sf 4 W Q . , 5 X155 ,Q .rx 2,55 1 - f . U 1 .2 wh.. c M0901-117.-1 I ga t ni. -saags tfihf-5.1 4 si 2-W ,5 ' sits- ewi 51.p 'PT fu- 3 ,K ,W Gay Ann Bruening Linda Jean Brutzer Darrell Lee Bryan Rebecca Sue Buchanan 1 46 People .5. .359 44:-ff ,..-:. . Shawn Eric Burget Scott A. Burns Betsy Kay Callahan Todd Allen Carpineto Kevin John Casey Garry Clay Judy Kaye Closser James E. Colesanti Dennis R. Conaway Mark Condra Thomas James Condra Darrell Jay Coolidge Eric Roy Coon Lisa Rae Coon People 147 Senior Barry, M P Honored, Barry Walters received the Golden Helmet Award. This trophy symbolized the most valuable player, voted on by his teammates for his perform- ance and leadership during the football season. Barry had the most tackles this season as a linesman. Senior co-captains Mike Graham and Nathan Fogt lead the Cross-Country team. Cross-Country won Sectional and placed second in the Western Buckeye League. They also placed first at Perrys- burg and Fayette high school relays. ' p s ar, an i.a. :2QQf -i3g,5rg51gif15:Q,,,age 235 'ii-?'9ffvi'3 23-'ilI5W3Ti' " PiBi1iS'lV?i3UdsaaxV .1.1.:Mf. 1 I w e , , if 1 James B. Cotter Cindy Lou Cox Linda Mae Crider Angelia Rhea Cummings 1 ' , lvlv fifffi eaav. 1. ' A u .v.' ei! F if l X I Yf 34 Tracey Marie Curry James Anthony Curtis Betsy J. Daniel Frederick C. Davis II Sheryl Lynn Dershem Catherine Anne Desenberg Curtis M. Donoho David Allyn Dotson 148 People k li" LA X. 'Qi' f We a M ' if--af fi .Ng rss i f? -5:5-vfyfz ,I --1 ., all s'xis1i:""f f h it iff G Q - N' . Q ,353 ' '. 1 I ,- 1' -' ' tv ' 41 wiv, :. -f'-1 K ,. - . 'rg iv' ef "-'srflr-ffl 43. Q ' 1' l f V. N' 11i5:t:,. ' ' ETX ,K ,. .if 'megan , Sissy, 3 . f wa Q- 'YZ..h"'k Mark Todd Dreyer .lames J . Dutton Robin J. Dyer Diane Eagy Curtis Eugene Edwards Kelly Gene Edwards Benjamin Y. Estes David Anthony Evans Virginia Sue Fazel Barbara Ann Finitzer Nathan Allen Fogt Debra Ann Foster Kari F. Foust Michael D. Foust Tracy Jay Frank Michael Lee Freed Deanna J. Fuson Dick Gilbert Jerry Gilden Candace Anne Gilroy People 149 Outbreak of fever hits Elida seniors S enior fever reached epidemic propor- tions at Elida High. Common symptoms included daydreaming, sleep- ing in study halls, heads held high, and dancing in the Bulldog Inn. To escape from the bitter cold and snow of winter, many seniors relaxed with the music from the juke box in the Bulldog Inn. Others kept busy by fighting their way through the crowded halls, cutting in the lunch line, or pondering their uncertain futures. Still other twelfth graders enjoyed the privilege of going to work under the Guided Learning Experience Program. MU. . . . , W , . .... . f,-1--a-fi ifal'-il? it ' " K ' K ' 2 :fra 2, -1.--ra 11 f 1-1,1 .il -1 an gg -.,L..,f,,.w.,, we I., , L -E,1',f1'::':si 5:E'5C'i3ili: ' f,i127"U U--1:3 '--.?5!TS21i1l?:1T::1M ffiffli 733: N, Sgiiefzeih :1il5iTE3?liE 31:1 lm-l.4,',El?Y:Z? A K 'f 1 'WI -ff 21 V' - Y-ffl Fvfwii,-sim!-s.22z.-fw,sfm1f1:,ffw 2 - -1 fl f',.f1fa1f-f, A., 7 L . t ,Xy,2f'.,,gi,aQf,. 1.r .-,::1.,.,i-,mf-.,l,i-.,s .-,,.A,i3+5151Q-gh. .... ,Q,f4,1-agnasQ:.gw?a'ger':: . . 4 ,.,.,.1,,f,,w ---.,1-,11,v...X.,.f,.,,:.'m. ff f 1 mv....,r:,f-wr,-.,H,', Walters and Laman crowned at game On the night of the last deadline when the final pages were sent to the publishers, Elida crowned a new All- Sports King and Queen at the Defiance basketball game. GAA members selected the two athletes who they thought ex- hibited the best sportsmanship. Randy Prince and Michelle Martin, the King and Queen of 1975-76 crowned Barry Walters and Teri Laman the new All-Sports King and Queen for 1977. Topping the night off, the reigning King and Queen watched the Bulldogs defeat Defiance in the last seconds of overtime by a score of 77-75. 150 People 'WK Jr, Laurie Denise Goare Beverly Sue Good Jill Good Maxine Lynne Gossard James Michael Graham Darlene Kay Grigsby Jill Sue Gudakunst Edward Louis Gyetvai, Jr Jacqueline Ann Hageman Kristine Louise Hanjora Lori D. Harrod Phyllis Ann Hartman Sheri Denise Hatcher Debra Ann Hayer Steven R. Heatwole William O. Herron Beth Ann Hill Steven L. Hilleary William J. Hinson, Jr. Melinda May Hittle Conny Lynn Holsclaw Melanie Anne Holtzapple David William Houchin Michael Paul Icenogle Lorri Ann Jackson People 1 5 1 Long, Fogt, Elida Buckeye delegates C William O'Neil and James Rhodes ' were guest speakers who spoke at Buckeye Girls and Boys State. Nathan Fogt and Donise Long represented Elida at Buckeye Boys and Girls State. Nathan Fogt went to Ohio University located at Athens and Donise Long went to Capital University in Columbus. They learned the difficult procedures of our democratic government. They made believe that each dormitory was a county and each of the floors was a city. For nine days they learned procedures in general assembly and each night heard a different guest speaker. in , f y -Wefwg, 'Whit' +4-wfflfana. -f .-,. f,f,,, me 13525 A 24 6:5 elk Ssfysfafi frail I N s t f tele ,.,,wn, w. .1iiQ: , ,,,,t.h :H I 1L,-M Kevin D. James Cheryl I eanette Jarvis Craig Jerew Jonathan Edwin Iett , , 3 ., -X li 4 Ronald E. Jones, Jr. Kim N. Kaple Dennis E. Kaser David F. Kazee Thelma Faye Keith Lisa Marie Kennedy Mary C. Kennedy Terri Kerr 152 People N. 1 'C W WV. ,WL f N Anovnasenior Sheila Miner se11sfPa:fyeAii-4 K man and Lori Wallarfsuckers for of Dimes during-their-lunch periodi Q A 'gg ' ' ' ' Julia Ann Kilgore Sandra Fay King Wanda Gay King Rick L. Kirkendall Randall A. Klapp Craig Joseph Kline Karen Eileen Klopfenstein Melinda Knause Kirk Knisley Timothy George Koenig Daniel L. Kohl People 1 5 3 Seniors win driveg raffle off bicycle t the beginning of the magazine drive it was a close race between the juniors and seniors but toward the end the seniors pulled through and captured first place. One hundred two gold spot cards were turned in by the seniors next to sixty- six for the juniors. With the first place finish the seniors were entitled to the bicycle which they raffled off. Kurt Klopfenstein, a seventh grader, was the recipient of this bicycle. . '53 ,Qs ,,..!...., . w::,i,"- ifzw X WTS ,, -1- rss,3wa,,,r.r:e 1- f 'fe ':, '- ' 'f .+m,.,t,...,,,...xFei,,.... .... fem,1lA5a,,,. Patricia Sue Kouts Ruth Ellen Kraft Mark D. Krohn Koby Kruse Teri Lynn Laman Charles William Lamberts Bill Larimore Michael Brent Leis 154 People .rrv Donise Jean Long Martha B. Long Michael Dean Lugibihl Cynthia Kay Lutz Theodore Paul Lyle Melodie Hope McBeth Gary McPheron Cheryl D. Maez Philip Edward Marks Lisa Gay Maxwell Wanda lean Mertz Mark E. Metz - - ' - 51 J iff? E115 . r 'ayr 4 LEFT: L aat, at 5 ' iz ,r,l' Q, ' 1 ' . '--'L if 4 ' v-a People 155 Many seniors take blind trust walks One day during November blindfolded seniors roamed Elida's halls. This was called a blind trust walk as the seniors tried to depend on their four other senses to make it through the halls. This was a required project of the senior course, psy- chology. Seniors in PAD discussed current events at the opening of class each day. These discussions served to enlighten the students who did not read the newspaper. Lisa Ann Miller Merle M. Miller Nancy Anita Miller Sheila Ann Miller Paula Millirans Robert J . Millirans Michelle Lynette Moore Timothy I. Moore Diane Kay Morris Donna Drake Morrison Michael Richard Mouser Franklin Lee Mull People 1 5 6 'xx 'Wh-Q S ,'filkABOVgQ:LS0hiQf Matt Spitilale' coneeijtrates 1.3- 'ong problemsi ,. gk democracy semesterexamination.. A T WV"V iii 'i" Q' 5 DeEtte Musser Laura Ann Myers Constance Ann Narker Tami Io Neilson Dannie Lee Newland Pamela Lynn Newland Marcia Anne Nolan Kerri Jo Nolte Tami Denise Oakman Sherrie L. Park Ronald C. Parr, Jr. People 157 Thom, Debbie earn 'King and I' leads A-W hy is your head higher than mine?" bellowed Thom Zimerle to Deb Shively as they practiced for the 1977 senior class play, 'The King and I'. The play was presented April 22 and 23 in the Elida Junior High Gym. Thom Zimerle performed the part of the King and Deb Shively portrayed the part of Anna. Other actors and actresses were Mike Warner as the Kralahome, Mel Holtz- apple as Lady Thiang, Mike Mouser as Prince Chululongkorn, Kerri Nolte as Tuptim, Dave Evans as Lun Tha, Mark Sandy as Sir Edward Ramsey, Mike Freed as Captain Orton, Scott Slade as the interpreter, and Bill Haidle as Louis. Ez A P ., , i s 'H L wxrrzr. emi' in a zz-frail' ' H ,,..a,, my-,,,sg..4,,,,. ,sw,.4,i.,..,.,.1 . XM .iv y .. . . 4 1, aggtgens, Wigs 35.1-.fri 5-fsrfr qgy. sl- A :- -q - Q ' ,f-I- ww, , 1 . AH 'aw he ,vvgk!sernAn:4:,n, -new vazmrasm - -,ex -sr:-, u p .n flsaiew i'1fwiv:g,r-5 4 gi WEL ,.,,.....v--f-v-Q Q . -f rn 9 X x.. Ruth A. Priddy Lisa Rader Cheryl Ann Reams Barbara Renee Reiser an. 1. ev ra Freda M. Reser Chuck Reynard John T. Rhodes Scott Lee Ridenour 'f Damon Lee Roeder Susan E. Rossfeld Dennis L. Rozell Rick D. Rumer 158 People N i., .L... . qs- "'f?? 3 asm.. 'N fka.. l S y deyfaf Schwlf asenlviliabfifke 1 i SQHvQr?5 i1v!ievesie his ferlsiori by fpiilitiiiigl aiil 1 S ' Wh?9lYl9??2l?l5l7l094a 3ll't""a"'iVChi919555595- he du Gina L. Rutter Mark Allan Sandy Mary Elizabeth Sarno Cynthia Kay Satterlield Tammy Lynn Scheele Steven William Schierholt Beth Ann Schimpf Denise Sue Schmenk Kevin Raymond Schroeder Daniel Arthur Shappell Jeff Sherrick People 159 Ann Shilling Deborah Jane Shively Linda M. Shumaker Mark A. Simpkins Catherine A. Skiba Scott C. Slade Howard Smith John J. Smith Senior Nathan Fogt acquires acceptance C ongratulations were in hand when Senior Nathan Fogt was accepted as a cadet to West Point. The long list of requirements which Nathan had to com- plete for his acceptance included filing to the academy, and then applying to our Congressman, Tennyson Guyer. Next he had to pass a physical aptitude test and pass a medical examination. Also he scored high on his College en- trance exam, received a nomination and finally was granted an appointment. At printing time, Nathan had just received the final papers. Mike Leis also received the honor of being chosen a nominee to West Point while Mike lcenogle was a nominee for the Air Force Academy in Colorado. 160 People Q ,argl RI 0000 ,ga 'fi 'U' Keith Alden Smith Anita June Snider Todd Joseph Sorgen Donald Joseph Staas Kyle Jan Stalter Susan Kay Staup Ann Stawarski Michael Eugene Steiner Robert Matthew Stewart Gloria J. Strahm Suzanne Sutton Mark Swick People 161 Many seniors help bring state honors F or the first time in the history of Elida High School, an athletic team brought the school a state championship. Not only did the Varsity Baseball Team represent Elida at a state tournament, but also the Varsity Cross Country Team, as well, as hurdler Kelly Edwards participated in state meets. Elida's Varsity Baseball Team captured the Western Buckeye League champion- ship as well as the Sectional, District, Regional and AA State Championships. Varsity Cross Country Team placed second at the W.B.L. meet and went on to participate in the state meet. Senior Kelly Edwards placed sixth in the 80 yard high hurdles at the state track meet. M .. zffs.fH:fs2i1'm .' S H FT SSGLQ . ' - if gi hui:-fnmfl. , w i iv. 'S ,f HH 4-aiwff-is ii,-.i,a5,, '.us.,,a-q,,4f.iarf,s.r. f,,,ii,-me-aaa: v s ps. ..,-L We o .r my ,, Yi A . i ,win 4 'LQ ipiiaza-Enaizsfa fry:Mmgfswggma?iq:,5gg,gZi.?g2Q ag ei it we-fa sz!- Li f t - 2 0 Josephine Clara Tessier Cristine Lue Treadway Mark A. Tucker Debora L. Valenti Jill Carrie Vore Lori Ellen Wallar Barry Lynn Walters Nancy Waltz 162 People 5 ,Q- 1' is ., li 5 ff I' fr , 2' J. Michael Warner Linda Kay Watkins Michael Watkins Dwight D. Watson Clifton Neil Watt, Jr. Leilani Kay Weaver Kathleen Ann Whitacre Christine A. Wilkins Jeffrey Paul Williams Michael Bryce Wilson Rebecca Lamb Zellmann Ian Lynn Zuber gg, ., 3? lz, 2 People 163 unior women lead 231 EHS classmates unior students chose a feminine ad- ministration to guide them through the activities of the year. The 231 member class, led by President Lisa Bowers, Vice- President Kathy Crawford, and Secretary- Treasurer Lynn Klingler placed third in the annual magazine drive. Attendant Barb Lawler, escorted by Mike Reynolds, represented the junior class in the annual homecoming festiv- ities. Juniors Natalie Miller and Chuck Moberly placed a close second to senior candidates in the carnival competition. Q ' "'i ,A Q. mr -T-,tw ,A 11,5 xl f,a.tM W, A ,,,r fag, me A 'W . ."ti Q Dorcas Adams ' i -iei Eg Mike Adams ,, A Darrel Alspach . Michelle Amlin Eva Amolld Kelly Avery ' ' Lisa Baker it Mark Baker fs rf' npr? up at 2 fl Q' er at .a 1 l N. ' Q 5. 'N gg A fa Q A s l N Q ,Y as fi go rl Tammy Bames r David Bastian 5 H Julie Bury , h. X Karen Baxter 9 Paula Beech - Keith Beeler l Terry Bambalofl' , A' 1 ff , mt Q w 5 Debby Blank Richard Bok Lisa Bowers Beth Boyle Russell Boyle I an Breece ' Kim Brenneman "V al Tesa Brenneman , fftfvj W, Teresa Brown .g ,V 'A Ll s ,4 11 be ag Randy Bruce -A . Tony Bryan Y If Beth Burklo if Dave Burrell f Carl Busboom , ,, Phil Cardwell L' 'K e Q ,K .. 1 Ay? X., ,E ..1t-, as '35 ' .I xii!-'f Dackcasey .r,. A ,T , Q Joe Carringer , s N Mark Chapman . Keith Cheney Janine Cira N Bob Colley ", Dave Condra 4 ' Mart Ccndra 'A ,, Kaille Coolidge A Q, JoAnn Corken W -1:4 rg - A, Q I , g J, 3-l X k' .'?Q1'i, r N5 Kathy Crawford Linda Crish - Terri Crosina 1- lulie Dalton 'M " I im DeMoss Lynda Dietrich Steve Dunlap A ' Z as Kevin Ditto f Q- 'pf N Z K K 'R 1 PM V lx. .. , H k,.Q, r, 164 People ,bf gj 'Km if 1-. J 5 21.1135 "N V I Q 4 r .Er 1 'Quang ll kr. . be .. liar 5 s ,Te ,: l Q X w E 'Q ll Q ai L, 'iii . ., N "',. my if so a 3 Q fr N 5 S5 v l -t. l ' ,. ,, LN' , Y. wr an ,t 4 'Wg B ix!! ZR A n' f e X? F r s.. f- e, X K"'Kf. Vf jwg X -'Q 'ine' ' . -, fi, r K. ,lj ' x , . . a -as K" mesnf ' ' A VA an t- XJ!! A 'ff E 1 p ,,,: 5 ,s:. ii A ,,,. - i l s ff. N: ,. f A 1 f Q l r 554 a' 1' x 'gls,g::, W f 6 I ,, as N- 3f'g34i '42 3? A X 1, SEQ .- ,rr .f'ty'q1' Y J We ,W-""1"i it A Aer iv .ef is X T' xi' r ig: X ilk' 'Q .4 - 4 f fp we 5: ,- We 1 1 3 t 7-v, .-I in 'S' 9 . A - J, -fl W ' 1 A ' 1 ' 5 2: 'ta -X k , . to Ava! K ,YJQ w A. 1 I ki X '4 K. f. E QE I! A A 'L i . ' ' g filfa 5, Q N. . A 1 nf s fin -A 'JJ ' ' ,,f' e H-V , "1 is t f'-Z' J f cb thi , Q A If .x 'dull TI, J' t I ,gk tax. Ml.. 'U A .. -qkizx xy my 1 xcrh 3' Lftxlflgi ' I K gl' J . s , gs ,, K ' Mg ei' it J-fg ,, :A A 'V ' J' ti PM J'-" e 5. a QQ J ' . .Iii if A .4 Q Eff? - L - :Q 5 X Q . 5 :" -, N51 1 in x uf - t ' 1 - f- -v K iQ 'X it 4 "3 l In an early morning tire on August 2, 1976, Bethany Gae Cheney, an Elida junior, died from smoke inhalation. At Elida, Beth was president of her class as a sophomore and participated in the high school band. She was a cheerleader and was active in GAA, having qualified for the state track meet. "Remember me with smiles and tears, but if you can only re- member me with tears, don't remember me at all." Anonymous ' 'E Don Ehmsberger ffm A Randy Ehrnsberger -3 ' V X ,T 1-. Pat Engle ' kg ' - A ' 3 Rhonda Finn Y " Valerie Fitzgerald if A- Doug Foley A I Pam Foust X U Lynda Francis . . M Nathan Fridley Charlene Gallaspie Chris Glassey Mark Glaze ,Jai- E A 'L-I K. ? Julie Golding 'l ' wg' .im.m.Kx l 42. f ' ,gi .A E , .,i, fs, .J 133421 affix 4 M Q I . . 4 i l 1, vi k S lf ' 9 J Q ,N , Lisa Grigsliy Teresa Grigsby Monica Guagenti , T '1 Gina Hagaman Alan Hartzog Bob Hawley . Dan Heaston Geary Hilleary -rx Steve Hines Richard Hites Bruce Hoffman 5 J v- vin K Craig Hohlbein Sue Holland - Chuck Holloway Joyce Horvath . Stewart Houseworth Rick Howser ' Deb Hunnell v s Cathy Hunter z' Jie ' . Dan Hunt , V . - - Peg liams Mike Jackson Brian Jenkins x , " Natalie Johnson . ' 'J - R Cherie Joseph , x Ted Johns J " J' Brenda Kaple 1 ' "' '-'fi A Dawn Kaple i' " ' - 3 Penny Kaser 7 . Sf' 1 QL , .str K 4 N , Q v, . 4- 1 i . is ii 1.43 3 sit. ' f lf Kurt Kaufman 'V Q, " Brenda Kelly :X Pam Kemper Yi- Mike Kennedy 4 x , 0 . if l s 1 'N "- Joe Kennerson 5 V 'QL' Harold King 'S' ' ' stan Kirkendall ,,, . 6 fx if 1 4 x I" v -t Y . l t Q QQ? Q 2' Renee Kline K - Lynn Klingler 1 'H' Mute Kmsely sig' ' pirffu QQ Bill Koonu A ' ' Jody Kraegel Steve Kraft . , Q , 1 I pug. 165 Kitty Kramer Tony Laman Dave Lambert: Kim Lal-'osu Barb Lawler Emily lee Linda Liebert Bonnie Little Nancy Lloyd Kevin Lobdell Mike Lousha Deanna Lowe Mike Loughrin Nancy Lucas Inhn McBride lim McCoy f t we gf . .rm-3' . Q kk ,. 'E' ,Q if My Q ff f fm' 'W v r V..,6iQ t 'ffl if r z,,. 'Q Q t is ,ff ' r .. Doug McDorman ' f ru' ' - ,V ,lr I Denny McGloue "' U 'fir' , Tim Mem-ey Dave Maez A 1 f ' 'gy ' Nise Manicardi :ggi I W' g il, 1 Wade Marks A 7, A wtf: Pam Marsee V N - ' wr, k Dave Martz 7 , ' Q-Ti 255 , ' Becky Mathers -1 va: MMT we 111 ww P Tracy Meier gggffig ,gi f ji . :W Randy Mericle , 6. Q A Q L ' Marlene Metzger ,J di , will ' Q5 M hw Wayne Metzger ,fix 5 4' T A 'K ' 5, N Lisa Michael V ' lf" Lori Michael Bonnie Miller ,gr H r, 'hr figs V, Ysimazf 35255231 42 l K' 1 , X -e I EM' 3, ze Chris Miller 4 'fyff L,-qw A V. Keith Miner i wa Q., V5 Natalie Miller wQ,f'?' if M 1 , f X 41 W , Mary Mitchell EJ 1 Q 1 Chuck Mobefly -, V V A jg Denise Moening Q - A K' my fe 52 'QQ' 'gg-1 7 ' 1,4 , . ' gigs. ,, Mitch Moore f, , we- ' Nffsff ,Ji . , .. 4- , .1 , 5 .3 , Michelle Morlock -- , J5, smnnemoskwinsri - j K V 'ff I V ill' 1 ..,, r l gr' if 'sf' ' 'mf' L 32,419 ' if 3515! K7 Y Dan Murphy . ,Q v Ak - . A . Tracy Murphy F' ' , U 'W D D' Linda Musser " - .N ' - illlff 5 1.2 ' ii . 'ew Y W? Ni Hartz "Vi WL? C- 'F req? if v-sb, 3 ,K . ws Kelly Newland V ' 1-L H fJWE"'- Steve Nichols fl Q ' . . Mark Nungester 'V lr .K I f M an iff , r f, ,Ag ,I 5' ,IA xr : . 9. r . , , 5, Denny Oalrman M i-- ' I ml. Prime- 'W W .L wg I Toby Parent .. L ' ' 1 fx .-J "i if tgp 'Q V V I ' I 166 Peaple 4" 4 I 23 ,g-2' ' , .fu fi ts.r is . fl W ik 5 , .,., . -r ff, I .if , -'-- . Mfr' I . i NX L W ,iff if' .R wx! 'N ...nr Z is " ifil h i s .A A V mfx iu r 'f Ti KA r Q l x 'CN' 1 tg I . Q, .,. W i ariety of topics chaHenges hunors " hat in the world can I talk about for three minutes?" This was commonly heard among Speech I students preparing for their next speech. Topics of speeches ranged from the . ,fm af J R9 na . .J Q J, Q.-m7f,,f VJ' ' .3 ag, ij? aw f-...J N ,, Lestat.. . -' .W S . N , at , .nw K ss its 5 'Jn -1... , 1- ' V , Y , ., 'W Q . , -2, f"f' ' 3 .Tsfg 3 ' ' A 1" fi: 'Q ' fn . . A 7 I iii'i . , . I 4 - e if ',Vs gy , 6, ,W ., f Q fl A f If- M V ' . c' wg':,.g,a '-ed xr. , ,x All i .J a N" 3 ri ts 1 I I ' ' s, , ' f . f I 1, f ia 4 ,Q fx 'Q f XX c sa r 1 QQ! . ' . x, I h W ! Q ,, N ,. ' . 9 fs, 2 A K 1 . ' ii, , .Lai 4 W "3 ,dn Q Ci' M fi r, g,14:f A 2 2- W' 'A " i ii A. A gl i: ' :ay F M A M ,, ,H f 1, 9 211111 I X ' S f f - N n at Q Z 1. Fw ,K V ..-N.. if film 2 - V 'f 'L ' ' . - 'i ' l N I w.-.ag ' qv, h 2 .. jx' VJ' N cfs , . X, rf ,4 , if 1 , 5 N t speech to inform, to one of the toughest, the sales speech. Initial jitters were soon overcome through experience in class speaking. Though it was a lot of hard work, all students agreed that their self- confidence was increased as well as their ability to speak in public. "i" M s'ssl' ,I . g , c 3,5 . ,L ,A , ,,,,, ,W .i .Yi ,.,s .,,. E, ,,.,. S Yi as s- f' Q pf f " s fff'f wg :gensJ,.g:,sf,.a,rg,i.s1-wgM1Q.s,gQ..hr3sg ..,'S.'?:if5:pq,,.1 1gs,qg,g,f,3g1, Lnri Pusels W .K Deb Patton :E 1 Tom Patton Tanya Pfeiffer .lan Phenegar Robin Phillips Donna Pitchford it 1- Q A e f .fir . ffl "-"YN 11' ,, ' A glztvtgprgxiid KV Bruce Pcmt f , -..., 'gg i Tim Purdy -' 5 Cathy Ray Julie Redman - f Carol Reiser , 4 ,ug .. ' Q . Mike Reynolds ,, ' - " Steve Richards Mark Ridenour Bob Riley I ig 3 -' A N, 5. 1565 Ji X -xg? ' N , Iudy Richie Andy Rode A I Q Rick Rodgers 'b - Barb Roop W' Keith Rust Lisa Sannels ' Vemon Sstterfield '11 V Ri, Teresa Schmenk x Q A xg. ' , . .1 if Mike Sebenoler in June Sexton " Andy Sherrick ' 5 3, ' Jeff Sherrick --- Vicki Sherrick Faye Sigler Rick Simpkins Martha Sisk - Tammy Siudak , Sandy Skamfer - " . Chuck Smith Georgia Smith , --. - Susie Smith Jerry Sockrider ff, Brent Spain 'lk 'A 1 get x 'W 57 i fi 5,12 91 ' Lisa Spence 'A ' X t " 1 I - Kelly Stebelton Pam Stein Perry Stemen Ann Stewart Abigail Strayer Af L Linda Streeter Doug Sutton Richard Sutton it , A -"1 , . J f L j,..K 'I ,gh . 'S Ji People 167 Deana Swartz 5 f if - ' gg, Pam Tnflinger Qt ,T K in . , ' lf i .luck Tnnguay -mf . Q' .,. vkk' 4 f K 1 , Chris Taylor A H- 'Wi-1 -3 fix:-rf N F' A .ws gif N Q: Rll1dyTlJ'l0r , I i sg 4 s .ity Q ee s 1 ' Pmfebo i i f Q - ' . nm Tennyson , . if .ak . .ini X 4 ,HJ ff K? Q37 X Ava Terrell A f ,Q Q I if s "Kr , , i .. -W 'L Q r.4i5l"2l-1 -4 . Q ' ,a- Iackie nomu , s ' - di X Mike Tipton P , , , , A - 1 Chip Tracy A , ' W L Q ' as - K . B dr" w w - - A ' yfw- Qg s . - ' 'fflbin JTZIZ? r -e 1 ' 4 . in A 1 . s fi A g 4, if Doug Vandemark 5 'QW :grim 1' 'V - -1 I 4 A if 3.5, . fer I ,gf r Mike Vander Velde i K5 'i W gf A ' . 5.1 K' V -. 'VT 4 lee Ann Wade ,, ,. M , 9 E , , f M Q . 4-. uf . , ,,, , L, ., ,Il 'flifli' :Qui .. ' I G F .bf ' - nf' fi "K' MK E3 Kenny Walters Q 'A V"" i "" 1 if N un-y wmnm V -fi ' Billwamer ..'f W ,A N., 'gi 9, -3 f I A P 1 Jackie Warris fi-f A1 .. 'if i l K 'SEQ Kim walking Q is I ri, - 4 deff -. 4 ff! Barbara Watson A f , V Q - . . N' j arty saver 5 K ' " K 'L . 1: i Ruth Weaver 4 , Q t 1' N9 f' -f .- uurim Wells 1 2? 'f 2, QW i . , - DFW Wheeler i t 4,1 ff' A -lg , ' ' ff k 1' J A il Pk ,fi-:Q 1 Lmw-eelef i 1' . l , 1 -Q sf is ' 'fi ff r 'Timf l TT 1 Lis: Williams , ,b ' ,L 1 KJ " 1, 4 ,Q x ll 3 ' Melissa wmslw A - 1 , - 44, li iii - , ii 1 A Anita Wolstine g' A W ' ' . K " f ,, -5 ' I z f L l r Hfz, A Eff ' , Q sh-umm ze.-nl 1 ' ' cmmiezulick , 1 1.-Aw ,Q 168 People SAIORS UPON IFHG. . C A f . ,J 'lic' , efiffk 5.4.24 ' .K ,ii 1 J N- 2. - 1' Zip i , fffii' 4 " --s Q1 5. g, 'lf V"" JXP V 1 Q We x ' NJ ,J ' As,-an , .r 'Vs 4 fi ' S S' .Q . x ' ., V, . ,J ' . lf' 3 J fi i A x X A ' ,ap sf , ' -, ... ss s if r K' ' ,ri',g V Q, K V t 1 l it ,gs J.. 5 1 gy 1 R sf Q . ,- fi e. -1 53528249 . 1.52, It 22 . . il? Q 49 ., XL il K i r'sf flf?f ' NN Q - fi,-'K if A at V Ji, W K ' ' W 2 If A .Ni A ,I J ki ' Z X 'ix " Sophomore officers choose class rings ophomore president Scott Lugibihl led a class of 287 students this year. Peg Evans, vice-president and Kendra Line, secretary-treasurer, accompanied Scott in his efforts to represent the class. Collecting class dues, opening a gift shop for Christmas and choosing that all- important class ring were highlights of the Sophomore year. Sophomores elected Laurie Maxwell as Carnival candidate and Lori Cheney had the honor of repre- senting the class during homecoming. Sophomore- class VI :officers Scott if flgnigityihl, P9s.Evqns,1fmd Kendratflines take 1 ' subject 'soft ietass. - Tracy Adams Greg Adkins y I Pete Alco " J, Gayle Alger A Q Debbie Anton 4 Steve Baker , V Karol Ballentine ,Q-Q. Robert Eames ' N Terri Bames H 5 'fb Tracie Bilbrey t Quit Beatrice Blake , ' 1 Kim Booher K- Kim Boop I, r Lisa Boothby 0, , A7 . Janet Bowman fi. :Z ' - ' De ' B h r nms ows e C ' Harold Boyd 'M Sabrina Bradford Brenda Brenneman A " - Stan Brenneman gf? Keith Brickner . J Lisa Brown - k Debbie Bruce I A Chris Bryan .- lik .Y - - it Jim Bryan - Jackie Buddlemeyer C Julie Campbell Susan Campbell '- Ginny Casey ' Susan Caton J Judy Cavelege 1 ' A ' LoriCheney , at -Ei , ttf' 9 s 5 A 4 ti x e. Aletha Closser . Dave Cohen -3,-3, Greg Cook K. , Lori Coolidge .,' Rob Coon John Corken Brad Crawford Joe Crawford f Kei tiff' tl"'l' if Selly Crawford F Lori Crash Shelley Crow 134 I5 Martha Curry Mark Curtis Jean DeCamp K - Jeff DeMoss -l - f-p Jeff Dershem People 169 I 170 People Mary Desenberg Cheryl DeWalt cindy DeWalt Mike Diglia Craig Dotson Selwyn Drain John Dukes Jill Dutton Tracey Eberle Keith Edwards Mike Ennan Tanya Estes Sherri Euler Kris Evans Peggy Evans Mark Fazel Dave Hnitzer Linda Fish Janet Flanagan Martha Flory Robin Fog! Greg Ford Joyce Foster Mike Foust Dawn Fox Dean Fox Chuck Franks Rochell Fridley Brent Fultz Dino Gerdeman Scott Gilbert Mark Gilroy Tony Gilroy Michelle Goheen Dan Graham David Green Faith Gulliver Kerry Gyetvai Terry Gyetvai Bev Haase Tari Haberneld Dave Hagaman Kelley Hamilton Carole Hammond Larry Hannon Bob Hardesty Cindy Hardesty Leslie Harrod I Q ' q 2 F 44. I if ' e M - . Arn, A ' . U M 1-0" no in L 'N' t ,, of f, ' F if , I 'f A 4 5 A , f i ' 'J , 1 7 , v " 3 " F , ikna , Vn , A Lf V. y , , l ' X nrls 4 n , V H A A I ax if XF ii vi Vai 'V w 'Tia ff-of' 3 W 1 . ', - - ' 6 ,Q f , , .- . 'I of 2 i' " i " " H J' J 5' ' : fe 5 ., 5152 ,H sir? 'jfs ' f' .-N' 1 f , kf,' . K , if' ','- i .. A , 'N , svn xi Aff 5- I . , iw J, pf: ,'- um ,ltr N . A K 1 , 1" I' 95 4 - rf ,em ,A . V, . 5 ,, K-ff' A55 fif " A 6 - ' I ff' ,psf 21 5 "1 E W A Aja ,, .ff 'V , , - A, b V I I . 'JI , fe my , , wzzjsiw 5:35 3 .Z ig i N -A .,f. N: Hi I g , 5' , ,, A l H A 7 nn,,, my y, f . if , f. W , F Q 'Q t A J Q b- of 1 " Q '- J of S? , J' .fi ' 5 F' M. ' J in q G Q: ..' Ella Hawk Jeff Hawkins i RW" v , ' fy 4,1 ,rw 5: I A ,Q Qfiiikmikx J J J -'f f 30.17 ,.a,:.3k3 if J , - vickineaaapohl - I " ' Cindy Heffelbower I ffiff A the U"'Jf' I J! V, 6 t i ny 3 t Q ' ,. J 1,. ,,, ' Karen Hendrickson " f - besa Hema- J , Q A , ,795 ,K 1 g g V 3 J mann Hmm ' .1 "' -"A Diana Hitchcock 2 " A ,lin -X rv' w t , ' , A f, 2525 at 3 Girls show spirit pirited sophomores were often seen in the halls on Thursday nights decor- ating the school for the game the next night. Many of the girls, led by the sophomore cheerleaders, showed their en- thusiasm not only by hanging signs, but by cheering at pep rallies and the actual games as well. Sophomore Lori Cheney led the Pep Club which enrolled many sophomore members. Other involved sophomores served as Pep Club oflicers, also. 7 L' 's,s if 1? . - ,K5553-s.fi:.qfpvKo: f,., K .,., spewf-:,f,5ggregt?.,r,-?!s:lgK5fiffs, A MY,-if-:.3gvZyif 'gags L"-refmf1.,'wwff-Gg,fsQsrggsq,52AsQ+' fern . fvzdf:-1: -for e. . ,- ,,,f,,,fQ- wr,-firm-Q rY,,f,,.,f- p f .,.s ' :Si ,A ' f MJ!f,J'.,e1,v.egs ., H TQ 4 s rg , x ., ,W . , el if , 4 N M K '- A K i""', ' ' Dave Hikes I 7 '- ' Susan Hoffman -1 ' in -iff f ,.- Curt Holmes r 1 ,, ,. g ,... - F fi"f"f" f K . ' 'R -9 5" N323 , , Lori Holuapple A L-' VI R K ' ' 'J Pauline Hopson ,f--Cf, 4 K ., , L ,J L. -' ' W 1 ' '- Tammy Hunnamm 3--'Q' ,623 ' 2 3, li TX ' . 1 , R , 'E J .. A Bnlce Hunt ,Q bra-Vs X, lr .1 - . . fl QM.. X , A QV. ,Ki 4 MIN jK 3 s 11 .'-- K f Chuck hams A W J , xy , J si N - , ., Q. ,, K K ,p Agp Janet Jackson ii J " 4 If fg Sandy Jackson , . .1 ' fi A my 5K f- K S ,. Tomlackson , is 4: .,, X ' K ,K ii , 5' 'Y Beth Johnson ' ' My A S 4 l ' " tray' K ,Lf Brian Johnson V J - K K ' 'J' K KK, ' 3 f ' K x ' K K Rochelle Johnson Y ld' K N X ,Ki V ,O AQ ' ,xi 195: . Jefflones r , JY 4 . X Y Q ls 'I Michelle Jones ., , , ,e 1 K , ae A X Q e KK wi-W Steve Jones X 5 Joyce Keller Q, I Lenore Keller "J if " ' ' ' Lis Klle Q 5 J A K K 1 a e y ,- 5 . Q A .K ,I 7 ' f , Don Km ' , K N , I ' 'Z' V K' U ix Bruce Kline it Nr i is 4 1 " X-,K K K X Randy Kraegel s . 4' ' i' 2 .44 A . , . H, dm, N Pa. A liar me Twila Kraft M- - . - , , 1 V iq J ' hh 1 .3 K, ,ffm 3 I ' xg L Steve Kruse ,K 1 , . ' Ng Kelly Laman rf gi e K ,Q , ,f s ,X K X RobLamb K: " - ' ' J' ,.:, ' " ' . K 'ii Deb Lambens ' In of 1 'f s - K -J f 5: ' Kerri LaPosta of we 1 ,' ' J -'K s i' 3 '- 'L Mik use 45 " ' . R 7 N 'f J " X -rf! D len ' KKIX I QW, , Y .K K, , KKKK ,xv K ae was ' A ' jj ig If Q.. A , xl, -K AsK1,. K'K J N? N X E RK Tarnmie Lewis A ' 'W W K ' ' 4. er - KKK W is . '-' Q' is K i K Kendra Line ...Jn . .C ' A Bill Lloyd -r. : - iz r K ,x KKK A KK K Kg, it K K fs., 1, , :cn Lloyd N, K6 WN g K KK K -K ,EK arhy Loughran ' 1, , i , C ' uf C QQ i jf ' ggncyyse , Age K " H K' ' K ' . K h ' - ott uglbrhl ,R is ,. k Tn gg., 0 ?uzahrangMaag , , . -. - , b .KK KK , , ,d -Xe K 3 as mezvllxa H 'Q , 'm C H' , - . mg: , A. ii K P3 ' Robin Mcflanahan AK ' I wig . """'k f' Greg McGrath .W 4' L ,s ,h J ' 'Q' - W Lynn McKeown 'K M Q K " K K A Lisa McVicker if , 4 ' ' X J Joe Marshall , ' 5' - N, . X 1 IeHManello N K A ' 15 f f x K , x. ' ' Sue Martin F g e '. C r ? - J rl People 171 Sophomore pupils examine specimens any sophomores who enrolled in biology classes found it very inter- esting, while others decided that science would not be their course of study. Throughout the course, biology students studied many different types of life. Speci- mens were used to classify different types of animals and insects. Students also new found that dissecting an animal helped them understand other forms of mammal life as well as how the human body works. In addition to these experiments, bi- ology students learned their blood types. All of these experiments proved to be the backbone of the biology courses. ka. . r- X. P we 4' .' Tie J'rJ',rsi HE' .et .e.5Q,,'p '1. ,: 'Q ' . i stylist? .Fe-N' " ' S S r ' ' I J' - Brenda Martz Craig Mathias Ieff Maxwell Laurie Maxwell Karla I. May Karla M. May Tracey Meier Steve Mericle Vic Mertz Tammy Metzger Dennis Miller Richard Miller Sherri Miller Tom Miller Tracy Moberly John Millirans Lisa Moles Mike Montgomery Tami Montooth I Kathie Moore Craig Moreo Beth Morris Todd Morris Harry Muhler Kathy Mull Sabine Mussnug Nancy Myers Cathi Neeley loe Nichols Penny Nichols Scott Nolan Kelly Nusbaum Natalie 0'NeilI Dave Palmer Stephanie Parent Amber Parker Brenda Parlette Tim Parr Donald Patton Mike Peters 172 People - ., " ' 2 1 fee'--iswqfwggfwa31i9e2iig5,ggg::ra'f"f23Q2,,iyf- ,Q Se -,, z nZiii1S ,Dora usage 6ffl5nu.S - 'N we if 9 kzfeiiy, rg 3 E fl 1 t r --N..- ...,. :.e QS KAN M y Mx, X t . r. Y WX. 1 i. ak K ' 4' 5' fs t V 'z Q' ., 1 Y S Til? fl 1 1 ...Qi Q gr- K i yiif ' xg' I f-cv,-E K -If Mikal we LQ . 'E 73' 5 1 p wg. :wx If as ,,i.gliy ,f 3 1 I H S. 4 .ti at ge, 1 er, 5 M i. 'EL 'qlliiiiiy I . K :fpzg-or ff .tryf ra.. as f ietl f'ff K 'Q FTS? tfit ,.r. T T y 1 i H3 p . 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Vicky Pfeiffer Carl Pilchford Len Plummer Ted Plummer Barry Price Ric Prince Jeff Racheter Greg Radabaugh Todd Radloff Sandy Rafferty Dionne Ray Jean Rayman Chris Reams Robert Reese Richard Reih' Dee Reise Diane Renner Jolene Renner Sue Reynolds Kim Riemesh Toni Ridenour Dan Rime Janelle Roberts Steve Roberts Kathy Rode Marissa Roe Chris Roeder Mike Rossfeld Janine Rozell Alvin Scheele Diane Schimpf Cindy Schultz Jana Schultz Steve Scott Jefl' Schroeder Lynnita Segovin Byron Selden Bryan Sexton Joni Sherrick Kim Sherrick People 173 174 People Marty Stemen Scott Stemen Charlene Stoner Ruby Gibson Strayer Tammy Stroube William Swaney Paul Swartz Pierre Tanguay Jill Taylor Patti Taylor Rusty Thomas Gary Treadway James Treadway Jon Troyer Collette Ulrich lack Ulrich Brian Vagedes Jill Vandemark Mark Vandemark Joni Walsh Dee Waltz Scott Wnssink Tim Watson Lisa Weaver Todd Welch Joe Wiess Jenell Wilkins Virginia Wilkins Anita Williams Glory Williams Julie Williams Kevin Williams Susan Williams Julie Wilson Scott Wise Pmy whitme Don White Lisa Woten John Zimmerle Greg Zimmerly Fi, f. A K -iffy 5 . V,'k ,.-' Joyce Shumnker A MAX i W5 W' , an ,Q fi Wendy Skinner V,j,1j I, A Aw I H Barry Smith ' ' 'yi V, ,gk 4 M - ,. ' 32 Gary smirn V ff QM if , 62 , f 'John Smith 'gl VV I 7 ' I I ' fe .. if ynn Smith A? Ib , A V XS 5: ,A 7, Y I .WA Paulsmim " , Q 1 , as , 5 ,- 'Y 3, 2 A f ri J ' ' 'V W' Bonnie Snyder 1 , ..,r+ , , , . A V mr socknaer Q A 5 V y ' ,V . ' Tami Socknder U ,W 1 ,,, 'gg gf? , ' . ,M neue sparks 3 A L' " A '- 'H , 'T ' Duke Spring J ' 7 , A A iv L' . if' , 1 V in A 1 Elea Staltcr 'W if: 1, , I A ' ii f' Q- A ' 'K 'fi Kim Steiner 1 Y' 'K A 12, ' Y if wg if .I h S ' V3 f ,r f,, I 5 , x- ' X ' W 1 MIK X 1 HQ E V w i 31:22 XA f J ' ' fi - '55 'igfii . H 1 . so 74 fu? ' if 4 S T' T K V t , .ff --. . W ,, , ,AQ 4, 1 2 2 W Six T' si'a W J X sz, V K X K w e , ,, .rv , V. Wax . it X! N fx 'A 1' 2 , . I if 'T 4 gf fi , 'S ' wif? H f S if A at ,Q ea S- as 1 ,ei J 'i 1 '1 " 1 -- i f -4. s 1 1 1 ' ..,, ,V . i - .Q ,W ' My o . 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W 3 ' 5, , 1, V - it if ' gf " ,n ,qi- N. , f'.N Q 'lil Y mfg 'ggi' l N J x Officers note new members in clubs F reshmen, for the first time in their school years, involved themselves in senior high activities by participating in the many clubs, band, music, and sports offered at Elida. Under the leadership of President Randy Rumer, Vice-President Scott Staup, and Secretary-Treasurer Arlette Musser, the 284 member freshmen class sold candy and spent many hours decorating their carnival booth. A s S , r ui John Adams Tmy Akers Alice Alec 'V' Janet Alger Cindy Allemeier Terry Alspach Mark Allstletter Mark Anllin H 1 ? . I rl 5 xf ' ,Wy A A f ,J 5? W s 4, A " 2 7 , D ri 16.7 5' fxfhi ee.- ,l Q' wb 43 'l' 9 ' 'x 51 lille ! ,' h A . '- . 3 'Q ' l p , . . h .rv we ig ff v 1' SML .4 'Q i 1 IQ' l e .. Ji sf 1. fx ff Ml A Janice Aul! Bill Almin :' T Mike Austin 5 Barry Baber ' Todd Baker ' Brenda Barnes , Laura Bames Paul Bamcs 4, r 5 Rob Bames Linda Bamhouse KV, Mark Bartley 47.3 Jamie Bastian 1 A 3, Cheryl Bean Julie Beck Joanna Beech et ang: Bill Bendele 1 4 1 Q Sheila Bible :' I Tami Bible ,Q I Allison Billi fi jQ..f ' Stepha ie Bl e A Q ' Florence Bok ' ' , Mel a Booher 22-is is E 'Qi' n u Ann Bogner " fi ' , Terri Bolender V Billy Bowen Gerry Bowers Kevin Bowers Kevin Bowman Jeff Bowsher , Ken Boyer - Mike Brickner 'J ' l' Steve Broughton fs , e People 175 Freshmen acquire new math, science o meet the needs of the freshmen, new courses of math and science were offered. Modern math gave study in basic math skills and was a terminal course. Intermediate math involved basic math the preparatory study for Algebra I. Al- gebra I offered college preparatory mathe- matics. Students in modern science studied the basic concepts of electricity, magnetism, and astronomy. IPS, an introduction to physical science, involved experimentation in simple chemical properties. The class of '80 appreciated the new courses. e -.1 M X' I i ' Zi, l1i5,5 9 ' w ifi .. -.- -5 ,J 1 . f if i 9 f: ii s,3E'55.,':- a lar m? vii i: v- -21. '. .-.5' J 1 .s sw in r i ., f -- . Q fffz 11. -f . f?'?1."4"f t' if t . f- N Bill Brown H I ' Cheryl Brown K 5 N Tracey Brown K K ' , Debbie Bruce 'I "R ' My Liz Bvddelmeyer K ' I 5 . Q Kevin Burkhnlder ,,. Q Derek Bushoom - rp ' f - .. K ' X fl Michelle Campbell K Gs - . . V fjf L Kingsley Carnes Jw i My Lisa Chamberlain 'Ky . K: 551 Dawn Childs K' '- ' Q N -5 John Christian K, K -, .gg fa. 1' If .2 Ki ' s , 3. K Cindy Clark ,ii , If ,:' Pam Clawson I. . " A ',kk If K '- Mm flmwf l . "s. Brenda Closser K g 'if' 2' Qjiifi X -:Q Kg K If Dan Cole SK' Jane Colley . 1 . X A , i i' Jeelcmlidge , ., , ,M , ..- , .Y , . lil Q - 3 Jean Corkun -M - -.42 K, K? LuAnn Cotrerman W A r .jj 5, gk AI i' at Kelley Crawford . , ' . ' . ' K QF, x .lenny Cunningham ,1?ff"': fs, s , - ' f' Mark Dalton XQMXKK J K 1 X Ln, i KK1 t -V Jody Davis , K 1 W K ,4 Tammy Davis -f . ' A if W . K . Ron Dekok f y' sg - Eff' , Bavid Denison if f 5 g H- :Nga w e W Lana Dickenson ' f- i . , ' 6 t ' Lisa Dickenson I ts'k A + lfrrf 'rim Dufly g Ki -.Q s Dennis Dukes . sig ' ,ff Doug Dunlap A Paul Evans K . . ' Q Lycea Fenley -. AL., "na ns. M '. ,K I Eddie Fish g f 5 , L lulie Fisher K 'K ' - 6- s 'ij A ' 3' V- ' Rob Foley 1 - V ZZ, fr - ghd, pmd . , wr., Q K Diane Francis ' i VY 'rs X K ,QQ 'Y ' " H' I 1 ,,,. rllt i if' swf'.aZ'4E.sgJ.' 176 People l yt f gtg. . ., - 'ff wr W l xt! 93 ,aff 45, -ef ll . Q? 1 Q w Q 4- 4 - 35 2 K I wx Q ,W .x ,so K. , Q, 'f i.'.fF. -'Hui Mfg .uf 'Qi .. ff" "4 - . ' UTQ , 1.5. My -- 1,1 -.Q Q NK.: Ki ' -' ci., I 3. : i K . ' -:N exp, Q s I ,fig r- is W .sf - . - 5.1 -ea . ' K . . 4 ' f V- F' - 7 -5' ,, 1 ill fr . ' KIA 5. X KJ 5:9 W 1 lwxiw ' :J 4 I rg' M ' . ? A, ff .. If fs 1, , 3 , ,945 'Y"S,.,. 5 rsr. t wr 3' Qs, - artLi,.j!,'. tis" 1 - lr 1 "Wi, X' .-Lv Y ,-f K g 1' F4- . KK,, . if . ' of Q l 4 f I vi' X , , s fzgfeu V. fy if K Q ,rf 5' 5 ,,, ii ' Q. its ,J-5151 1 Xi nf f. h -. ' ,X 1 1' 2' 5 . 1 Q fl , 3 " f X - ' ' 5 ' 'jfjigfl 1' Y X O pi ' ' f A M ff-QF? . ' 4 H Q W ,f ,J ,H -,- il ' QT i f 34, 0 JY A . Qs! W " X J .QM . , Y Vw, ,4 if 3 4 R 4 5353 ff ' ff ,we .1 , 4 ,ww , W J M , ., K 3 ' ' my u K: 2 f 2 .72 K J 4 L :J if-,S . X 'V X --4' J ' ' J 0 ' xi I JJ A Vi' is 3.15, X A N if I s' ' J ' e fa' i ' nfl L , - ' ,-i .1 J ,Ig I ' . ,. ,A is 2 N A J ' Elgar , ' V4 V W ' J I V A . ' -HH K I f 5 3 Y y, Z , ' I I DQ-, N "' cf XV. -'fimifi' " xl as i ix' J Q5 , ff. ,J Q " af - X ' 5 fixjli X ' ,fe it Sr-.Xiu - 'N 5 SC' , l r-.ZA ,,.f -'fd I ,573 , ' W ii' 4 'X' K 7 V I r if: fx - ,r .-,rf is ' , aw. ii gi, '45, 'J o 1 , 31? f if i ff I 5' 3 ,Q -1 tifxif ' x xy' -tf. 1 v il HK A "P.-"4 ge Ve. 3 fv . x1 .3 7 f . S N, A 4, H' is g,Q 14 .1 ' f ... Steve Franks Bnlce Geddi Rod Gillespie Angie Githens Leise Glassey Tim Goliver John Goodman Cheryl Gossard Karen Grigsby Sheila Gutman Jenny Gyetvai Lori Haberfield Don Hageman Mike Hall Iaurie Hamp Ann Hardy Bob Hare Cheryl Harman Terry Hartzog Kim Hayer Jacque Hayes Buddy Heil Tammy Herr Matt Hibbard Chris Hines Sam Hittle Kevin Hole Debbie Holloway Sandy Holmes Dale Howard Jill Hufford Julie Hullinger Tom Hyde Mike Jahnz Richard Iesko Bob Johnson Tim Kaple Tom Kaple Phil Kaufman Debbie Kaverman Jean Kessler Mike Keltner Lorie Kempiuski Jim Kempton Donna Kerr Todd Kirkendall Jane Kirshner Paul Knisley Randy Kohli Dan Kole Rayleen Koontz Rusty Kramer Robin Kratzer Kathy Knxse Bonnie Iaman People 177 Frosh candidates reign over dance ension mounted as the time for the announcing of the King and Queen of Hearts approached. Students from the ,,. 4 classes of '79, '80, and '81, all hoped their candidates would be crowned. When the f moment arrived, the class of 1980, repre- V sented by Randy Rumer and Shelly White, were honored by being crowned at the 1976 King and Queen of Hearts Dance. , ,..-P mf.-, .i ,.., , F yy.-Qgf..5,Q. ,Q F . . -MRIQHQFQQWV, Fir 'L asf Fi 1 , ' -,f N i Steve Lnmberts A 5' U Steve Lurimore fy A ' - ,J M Dm Lauren! K J V, ' Lulu' " V i .lenniferlzwis 'E "4 .33 ,v ag' ,. 'S 1 A' "2 - - i , 3 'Wi V1 ,MH 5 ' , DIIIESII: H , ,V K -I , is 1- if Bruce Lloyd , ,ft + 1 2, - ,, I I V3 W ,ff John Mug X W, A i A -,,XX ,i ,,m,.,,E V' 617, , , , X77 VV 8 , I 1 ' 1 i ' M Y Tammy McDormnn ,ff ludy McGraw 4,35 .V .i Kim McGuire N ,W , A I Jon McKinney . 'I I K 'J 1. V A Q. , 4 it "', p Tracie McKinney K 'QQ A 1 ! , 1 V , . 4 . f It " um Manello Q , , ' , - ' ' , H r Dnilifigeiariiiiiifs i A ' Q, - f 1" - If 2 EE ,f " A1 ,fy 7 .... -5 i 2 - - ,,. ff, , glgghlgf, p -1- cya . 151' 1111 May 7 Qziazii , Kelly Mly ' ,Q I 7 "' V l Mary Ann Metzger fm 473 4 f' 7 N. My H . My 4 V7 Rhonda Mihm H' 1 v ' Af 4 ' M i "' If 'f r Carol Miller ily- ', - " j , -3? . e-'P Damn Minn "e, f f., 'fffv 5 1' ' I Joyce Miller t W ' 4 '1 ,gl Sue Miner s H I ' V X ' , el ,lfzeiizi mis.- - H Ge M'll V ' me A xiii nene 1 s K. A ' Y 4 James Mills , ' .iii K1 Wigs 3 Janice mowing , V gf f . 1" . , cr. '.. Becky Morris In ,V V If ,,+ pl. V V V Y, H? V t J Qi Scott Moms . ck: V? 'Q : , N32 QSM . Deanna Morrison i 'Fjf ' , ,N U A: 1 N11 W.. x i if . Robin MM X , , " W 2 Michelle Mouser 4' is 4- x iffy ' A , "1 - 'H' -, 'few asv " W' 1 1 f, ' 5 Brice Mowery , , K A ,, Pat Murphy ,A V' f ' , '- K f , -, ' x Scott Murphy -' R -1 ,iq ., . . Q, , A I L ' i VickieMurray " ll g A is 3 'Y Q I 1' f' A- 1 Arberte Musser ...W -Q 1? 1' f - - 1,1 7. Lisa Neal f' ,.-xiii' 3 A 6 1 : Q . , f it , Laura Neiden 'ri' L , -I ' K V -L 'xx ' ,M , 1 W" ' , ' ' if ,E x ' , V 4.x . ' I. 5 . A15 178 People 19, . iyvww Ai- " Li 3 V ' 25 SAVZL' 25, I3 kXfriJl??3 H KWSN " s 9 S 1 'ii ell J. M ,X x Q KX W! 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Y, K I ' l' X is if' I 323- J E , 5 U f 5 55 S Q ,fb nl- -H ,A- xv w VHQSJYU e VU, it s ev ei 13 fig X I, :ii 'Q was ,,, 1,9 ,QQ by I A fn xk'-W W1 1 We S f K fi igxf' X ' ,xi A E a 'il' ii ,Q g . 6, X A wxfliif 4 l O 'xy AI st iii All V52 'W A Q I S F , kid v J 4 ,Y ' "4 i EW 4 Brian Nungester Dina Nusbaum Doug Oakman Rocky Page Daniel Parsons Andrea Patton Jeff Patton Sherry Patton Julie Pilueger 'I'heresa Prenezio Mary Rable Mark Radlofl' Deb Randall John Ray Jim Reams Jackie Reese Jeannie Reese Jeff Reiff Beth Renner Melinda Rex Bruce Rice Tom Rice Mike Richards Craig Ridenour Lisa Ridenour Dan Riemesch Pam Rodabaugh Deb Roop Susie Rawlerte Brenda Rumer Randy Rumer Gerald Rutledge David Rutter Diana Sanders Iohn Sandy Anita Same Karen Satterfield Bill Scheele Tom Schindler Debbie Schmenk Darrell Schocnover Steve Sciranka Dan Scott Diana Scott Paul Sexton Jeff Shafer Jeff Sharrits Rick Shaw David Shenk Cindi Sher-rick Greg Sherrick Matt Short Greg Shumaker Dori Sigler Steve Simpkins Becky Slriba People 179 Frosh enjo first chances to sing houts of "Eres Tu" and "My Sweet Lady" were heard in the freshmen choir room as they were asked which songs they would like to sing. The class was enthusiastic because the novice basses added to the strains of these songs. Paul Barnes proudly accompanied the choir. , Q, " Via 1. -' - H :if 'Q ni' if thx -,gg wg, w gmfa. J Q, TE: 'ma fa it , .,.,f . ,.vU.,, ., VJ. af. .,, it Lie? Jw ,rikiisxiM25wehmii'mz?aQsz.fslim y: Q' '-ua--r' 1 4 4v"". Qf.-4-1? f -,.r-' rm-rf., .,.ef,-05.4 '....,i5 .aft f .. 1.,,k,t3,.,,,A. ., ' Q' in H ,ig Mi .,iu.,r, ,Q mm gg. i , dig? J ,H 1 Heli' 5,5 " mai Q -'fum u in iv. an View ia fn 3 4 f in .ff N. 5 W Q any 5 , fi 2, s We f -v 1, I Jeff Smith Nj? I Kevin Smith W4 - 5 ' Q A X Kelvin snide: ,fm ' Y A ' ' ' I Ei-me shydef sr , ' , A, V 'gi '- ' . Betsy Sorgen HM " 'ff xx - 1, - 'Jf ,, W ' ' Sherry SPHHBU N -- W 'Q 4 V 'K N , ' JohnS nilin 'ii A 1' to v i I 4 4 " P . , av 4,-,rgqg Q '6 sm" S""P fl Y il, t 4 af 1, r e ray'-M. I an , -sg. Chris Stauffer 'Q W Q 5 Qjjim I Lynn Stauffer - A ji, I F 1- f Alan Stawaiski J if ,jg -, , K' A f , f ., V ,, K, - Mhz . 5 Sue Stehleton .5 M nf ' " , V t Rhonda steam A ' 'rw I ig Lori Stemen " Q-QR V 3:7 I M t' 555 A fl- 'i g Y i leffStewart AW h A XR f. , .fl ' l ' Ron Srewm 4"wi'x ,. 4 ' QW. i- J ' ,f ff h Troy Strayer f ivifii. 1 Greg Sutton A ' ' Nathan Swartz ,sg we , W -Ax AI-, Dave Swick " A, . - Y, -- " 2' Michelle Tackett A ff: 'f- , , SQL X N f-if ,, Chris Tennyson XX ' , ' K Aldo Tessier iw .szemlf fm ' ',fQ.,Qf'ff ,V fx- ,fxi if' Anne Tracy k , ' Kim Treadway Mi 4 W ,.., .1 A ' '1 uune Trorochaud A A P' g , Craig Tmyer dv ' f 'V" Q: H Tim 'rmesd-ie 15533, I 3 Tony Truesdale I ' Matthew Tucker ' " ,S ,, ,, , 5-y , g, "A e Q -WJ: T045 Tum' , ' " A X l 'L' , Don Van Marie . X" k i ' Linda Violet 'iiyi rf . Brad Waller , , f x , Dori wahm ' , , 1' QT A Barbara Ward Q f k ' KL, ,gf - ' 5' Bob Weave ,fr 1, ""' gf? K' sim . Jesswelsh fall A .4 1 'Nr I W' Q if V f Richard Wheeler "UW" k ' A 55 Q ""i- ' 'J' 5 e f es 1 t a lil Tina Wheeler ' , , lvl - , Dave Whitacre q ' X ,W Shellie White P1-'V' I+ 4 A A M , Dave Weiss Q' I QL ' 55 f 4, V can wiikehs ' f , Dafluswnkim WJ f' re Jeff wiihlms .,L ' f t 2 ' t A tii I nm wiimms Barbara Wilson fig? ' 35 gy H 'ig' W ' " 1 z Q, . . 4, , s , H Frank Wrankic xg I 4 K, ff f Rick Wright ' . I , R we g Kem Ylfsff 4? - kgaissg wwii s A , ,r e N: - 1 ' 'ffwf.amf1iti,fu ' X, aw lift il? 2, 2, 21Xa ili1,h:.sriex,w ,.,,. enter' ,...fw s 180 People 'ffl W., . ... 2 A ,3 .M w fa n - , - .-V I ' r V , sv 1 " 43, 57x W' V! N Q 7 5? 5' M il A if it . 7? Qui? w ' .,4' , 4. U' -Es g H ' 1' , ,., ,El E? , tai Ala i' 5 57 i, ,fa . ,pg W xi A 1 M ' N H ve 5 ',,: ,4 ,,, 41' if t h r it s s T, I V ini A 3 'V :I ' ,Y - M FJ X: 4 ' ff l I' y :Vs 5355 ,sssss 4 , "FS 4 , a - f 4 i rm' fi 4. K, .,-- .-- .1 3? ,. .ts 6 Q "' ,L VL vwwf , wif? by 22, . f .1 , " , V, 1 F X, an ' r I -1 Vi. 'J X B 'a B 1 1' 923 4. ra! F i , fiat? 'Q 'K A I is : ea is if 1 . 4 -T , -A. ' 3 ,. x ,L A .M . vc i :FT A 1552-M 1' 1 , vez. 4 - 2 f Z3 33225 , . it f , we 5 M, . rr 'h Aa, -wg. . 4. A L D 4 . ,V 4 , .g, B ig A ff - it as S., 1 J A ' 1. 'X 'K ' , .integrin B, I 2 ,Q si, .Q 'il f "IL ff, f: x 1 4. 1 ' ' It . K ,zw A " fe ig ' 4. . A , in 'fr a Q . X' 1 ' . X-T ,, A j H - L . 1' V if 9 . V, . ., . Xi M A s 5 ' NW A fl A. B, f le v 'WC fi JUN" .".x Eighth grade sells CB raffle tickets y placing 'first in Junior High compe- tition for the 1976 REFLECTOR magazine drive, the 257 members of the class of 1981 earned the right to raffle a new CB radio received as their prize. At the Celina-Elida football game on Nov- ember 5 freshman Jeff Smith won it. ' 4 1 J Q Q i - Cathy Allen Laura Arnlin Bob Anderson x. Gloria Arnett t Brad Avery Carla Baden Q ig .X X s uk A .. , f' I Lis J' iw if X Sharon Baggs Tim Baker Greg Ballantine Theresa Baughman John Beale Deb Beeman ' ' Brett Blake Durell Blank e f Carey Blevins Chris Bogardus . 1 5. fi' M. ' C7 ,f"' f .9 ai 'J 1, I , it mf 4 ' Mary Bogner . I ' A . Renee Bolender iii , i Sandy Boothby 4 A, if , im ,I ' Kyle Bowers ' 1 V ' ,ng ' e Mary Bowers K U . Zag 1:1 V NH A A y 1 , ' Kevin Bowman gif., . QV E251 x I Q R:inylgBoyd ri , . ' -' - 6 , " We -9 y racey f-1wr".. X:f-,fit in Li... m f- Deanna Brandon if Melinda Branham Y- Rick Branham 4 A i . J, Bonnie Brenneman , Q Y Glenn Bridges -, 4 A. 'N K Cindy Brock K ' , I x X Arkely Brown f ' Nga v , i. Emerson Brown 2 lf 1455 - 1 , Kelly Brown .fi g . Bill amino i. lefi'Campbell ' n 1 I N - " BterCardwell 4 X I 2 ,cj V -- Kim Clark ' iw A ' ' V, i Andy Colgan V X 'I .. t 1' x A X. ik, Greg Cook X - A "K Q Q - lx: V 7,1-x ,AI is Sue Conaway 'A Linda Condra ' , i larry Converse ' ' Q 5 Doug Coolidge '- I 'P ' ' X ., 1, Carol Crosina - ' 'f g N 5 A 1 Kevin Dalton , -7 . " gxx N Jimnmndm Wm psf!" Q I Y ' 3 X Keith Daughterty T1 vi f by-,A U ,ii ludy Davis 1 , Q. ,A " ' ' 96' 1 ? 3 5 4- V f 5 . 4 R- 'B - at ' Lori DeCamp , Duane Decker 'Q Keith Diller ' U 7 Kip Dotson g. g if .Q Mitch Downard gr 4 -in 2 k A David Dreyer ' ,, my I , I Roy Duffy V f . 'Silly' 'if' '- ' Pam Dukes ffl. ffm: People 181 Eighth grade band receives ovation ighth grade band members attended band camp for the first time last sum- mer. After much frustration and many hours of practice, new band members presented the Road Show in front of many spectators during band night October 2, 1976. This show was a series of songs pertaining to travel and was directed by Mr. Todd Thompson. Their performance received a standing ovation. 1 5 .x A ' V 13 , gy 'firmi a i e lr-r.r,. t rier ?-e. ' T i g " ag: J ii" . e ii ' if f fire 1 W he ra, 5 fififk -we 1- UZ - r r ir We ' 9, 35 if it ' g -.ev f 'is .r ar e ,ire ru . laqr v ,. .4 -srJs'- Ale r e W -i r a q rag, Kgiiiffi i r ii - gr -z. 'tr' 9. 5, - - A we iaaggze ,Q 'es ig gi lv s g- s 5 Pat Dukes ,H W Ann Dutton -r K . Jamie Edwards in , Kyle Edwards - 1 - ': 'N' ' P' -. ' A 1 " Larry England . .. l ' f ' M Q? .f Michelle Em-ian ,te 3 "N . f, g t fe' , 4 el b, Scott Eshleman f p 'K N Ji, 1- 'W in f .5 'ft-' f", r fi, V 1. AQ David Etzler ' Zi' ,i if , ' sf r . J' s I Lisa Finn - - Rob Firrri ' Y ii Stephanie Fitzgerald 'fire ll R em. ' . , Q' . ' x , Ken Fixx I ' LL'k L a Q, 5 ml W, f W7 . Mark Fog! '-55 i 'Lg' I 1 M' T' iv C. . Jane Foust ,lx 'Q 74 2 4 W i. K . " Ruben Fox vi i ? fs if Q x V Q' I K? Jay Freud E321 , W - s K2 ' We r fl.1r 5?fr3' iff3' 2 E l f is-' -Q P? if Debbie Fryririger i g???'-gg yi Jeanette Frysinger g i f . .Q KentFuln 2 ggi? - -A M - 5 9 I-iflGilbCl1 ' ' ., .rr 'it 9' 5 . M" 5 . .Ji Jim Goare ' t ,B A ejwrg if .cd Bndaood r K li if J . . ' N le. 1 VM, Def-Ge-1 f i i all ll' it L fs l f'if?""li 3 'X - . ra A eu .X - . l f' , ' fag 1 John Goodman K 9 A' l M 'Q A p Julie Goodman R gg W" -1 , '- Pete Goodman 4 ff' Z., -,. M , X Bob Gossard y - i . l A in Pat Gossard in' xl A z, - . Jefl'Green h e Y g Kg R .. W g g ' 1.n.c-rirgerri I 4 ul N 4 fe is 3 -.I 51 'm "'g""' A A . F- , A M r I f Todd Hlberlield N55 i ' Lisa I-irdeeli Lpg. 1 ,Q -- -X N J ' Chris Hageman W' 9 3-. sf' Q ,. pug er Bill Hridie All get ,, if E g 4 g e, - ,A - I Tracy Hlrdesty K Fig 'S l I 4' f ii V' Q A 4. f ' , Jirri Herrera 2, Q , if ,, its . 1' 1 ,,. J is Re, Hnmim E ' j i i , x i f Z f ,fit 'V 4. t 511 wg Xa tl ' it ii lm-ig ' ' 5 l l? 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'ifgiis 2 A M ff: bf IM , .l A Julie Herr Bob Hetzler Tricia Hicks Rick Hines Joyce Hohlbein Troy Hooker Nancy Huffman Dave Hullinger Stanley Hunt Troy lnch Garret James Toby Jenkins Rhonda John Mike Jones Scot! Jones Lisa Joseph Michelle Joseph Sandy Keller Ed Kemper Sherman Kennedy Brian Kerr Greg Kihm Erma King Jim King Tami Klingler Kay Koeckritz Greg Kohl Henry Koontz Ray Kraft Dave Kruse Tammy Lamb Mike Landers Dave Landes Vonessa Larue Catherine Lasch Jake Lge Gary Leimbach Debbie Lewis Jim Liber! Shelly Little Terry Lohr Tom Lugibihl Leasa McAdams Pam McBride Janya McCall Kent McCleary Julie McDonald Maureen McNamara Jeif McVicker Lisa Makely Leasa Maney Rod Mnssman People 183 Class of '81 makes models of planets ighth graders got their tirst taste of junior high science as they ventured into the world of volcanoes, chemicals, and plant life. Among other projects the budding scientists were required to make scale models of one of the nine planets. Class of '81 students agreed it was an interesting experience. . n Q. 3 "' -2 em-gezazie an ' Q - at - at ee Q, -x. - wa we r 5' V4 .' e .- J .- V- if ' if-, wi, -S af cm Vg. . 'Q .5 1 new 3 . -,-gi.- -ff ' ar g Paula Maus 'K C ' K F A 1 lik P' ' I 5, K Karin may 3 A fl ' ,X ' -, Susan May . y. C 'Q I , M, ,, ' . Nm bee Merrit ' ali' 3 x W A ' ga, , .. ""i x ' Andrea Metz 1 - , X9 ' A L -niggas 4- ti? K Cindy Metzger - L 1 f - . ' , -ff: ' 'he- Dmenmaller . "t' H.. F aj! Thy A ' ik p - - e !f"'L' vw N l 'C ' Vi ' ILL-f-. '-'-- ig." r 5' if -,af SY 'I-, Debbie K, Miller M H, rl , X A v v' .1 qw 1 ,.,.-- 9 X ee ,Q M R , EH K X, A L WL A ,,,..,... Q, x g , , 1 Q ae Debbie s. Miller ' ' Gloria Miller ' Q - W-1 -1 'fin k . 5- -. , A K if Mike Mitchell x , emi egg are 1 M N Fi is Debbie Moening f '71 . ' , i EL ig , ,1 ,f . .- ., as ,Q Q f ,Q Jill Montooth '11 K Q a V' by ' 3 , Diane Mo-may P g 'fig - ' , " 5 - Alfobyg Tx ze ' A x s 2, Ng i s i g Y- ,mix , 'C' U " -P-'mf f 'r i 51 -.. . o 5 fi Harold Mull W K K 1 John D. Mullen ,Q T W - V V X Brian Murphy ' ' W, ' W M Q , . A , k p, -' Truda Murphy .1 5' 45 k q K k -' l-Qi k H Y ' -- ' "' f if Millzsrlrlletvllzii ff Qigfx V 4+ r V , -. H John O'Nei.ll a ' ' 'Q M1 7' ' N.. is V Rosanne Owen ff Nl . ' L, in Visa "1 il D ' f - 7 V ki S -e, .. N -,sim 'Ss .',, 1g 'A Mike Pace ' - -w'f'-Q9 . 2' I Dan Palmer L :X 4- 3' . . ' Lisa Paxsels ? fi - l Mp, .. ' , Wi' Jean Peak 'f 3 C ' W '11 Ll :Q ' ' 'F 5? X ' L Cindy Pennington . . , f , e 5 ww . A of . , .e - - Susan Pfcifler ..,, f . N 6,1111 ff-4 N Q I X N David Pinello g s 1 W 3 ' in 'yfif F X . VYZ1 if N -,ef f c xl it it . ,V 1. x f - - 'i f Karrie Plummer H EEE?-iijif Tammy Pohlman 3 K- - ' ' Ron Point - I .. V Kevin Potter 4' , ""' LQ: 'MMI ,. -5' D- .L '- G Gary Prater lg f' . P? Q ' 51- -K' 5 L . K tr A ,gag .fr Terry Prater L e K l tk? S , E Kelli P1-an Q .' -44, , ' k f Q , f Dm' Puckett 4? -- f 3 X ,av ' 'E 5 . K, V , --ff-f-I x 1, e.. ' 4 sends Radabaugh x . f ,g , . in Bambi Ray ' ' ,V - 'E W, f. , . Laura Ray ,-1-' ei M, ' 'S 'N' N ' . V -3 Q . .e, '- E . it W --W' . ,. Maune Rayman , K ' , ' Y .a ,z f . fi A ffm Mm t b- x Q Ji Chris Reese V , I Q., . I .Q , . 3 A, D 577 " . :el - Xml- - - N5 1 2 , -fi was 184 People r gg' X I -x af. R aj 4 vi. ii, I S df? ,N , ,iw , -j,w i l, K 'X A I Q.ib?: 5? 5 Q.r tv N if T lit: :. k as QE Q f 5 . 'if' S lb fs var is 4 ew r x .gt ' 5 5? ogy 1 xx. N X 'X I T , e tt, Wh' , 13 . ofa ' - , 2 2 if , W? 'r' f , ?'s i,? E4 Li :miata ' 7 'L 3' - , A J 0 ' v , ,f I N' 7-5 c TQ in 2 gg' tV,i .QQl, - :T 'ga -,gi av T, lg X it.. A 'H si '-is F if iii' eg ' Tilt .'. , Q T N55 iii JNL gif! X f 1 I if -. gggggg N Fm giiii BW t fk, ," E gfff F lex-A it gk 'f A , Q 4 . 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SEX ,rx 4 fl X 'Q - ik' ,rr gig iff 1 f ' Renee Reneau Mark Rhine Lynn Rienoehl Jan RiH'le Rick Roberts John Robinson Patty Rode Mama Roe Rick Roeder Rusty Roeder Ken Ross Carol Rossfeld Jeanette Roth Jesse Rumer Jon Rutledge Bill Same Dee Sanders Kerry Sanner Judy Sarno Jim Schroeder Ann Sehenoler Mark Shaw Phil Shenk Julie Shoupe Lisa Sipe Paula Siudak Karen Skamfer Brenda Smith Cindy Smith Laurie Smith Sandy Smith Sheryl Smith Kim Snook Danny Spense Nora Staas Shara Staas Kent Staley Scott Standriff Dale Starr Debbie Stauffer Tonya Staup Eric Stewart Steve Stewart Rick Strahm David Tatlinger Susan Tappy Keith Taylor Don Tebo Bob Thomas Dale Thomas John Thomas Rachelle Thomas Cindy Thompson laura Thompson Theresa Tipton Sheryl Trotachaud Ross Tucker Norma VanderVelde Penny Vnnwagnor Terry Vaughn People 185 I 186 People Barb Violet Natalie Wagner Owen Wagner .lim Walsh I ohn Walsh Donna Walters Christopher Watkins Tom Watkins Hin wehinger larry Wells Danny Whitacre Jeanette Wilkens Tracy Wilkens Sandy Williams Tammy Williams Dina Williamson ,, QA fe if K A he iififfg i ,,,,' ai ., lil " za 5 eye, ' :fag 1 5 Ag 5 A IL. 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Electing a president and other class officers was one chore for the seventh graders. They elected Amy Hatcher presi- dent. They also elected Steve Bok vice president, Joe Wassink treasurer, and Galen Troyer class secretary. ii N 7, ,:,V,,,.i xl -VVf,V IK., , ,.,, ..,f i ,..gz.:,r,1.,.,,-, . ,, H , + ,,..,eMm -..,A, , , , 1.-f., .g,,.,5.5,5V,,l Mi, ,J ,li ,Te . ' .eg e, was A' .KF .X if ' 'Y , 'M i f ' H ' if x. 8 "ei 1 -Us' I 1 ' ' g 1 , , , f :alt ft V iv 75: .r , Q swf 1: Q it V .aw ,,,. i ,f,. , All ,f fi ',. tj 3 l Nntlngg,-9' K xii: gm , X XL of 32' 'Eg-: e-W Q 5 4 'ff Jw-,,fYfI x 1 . . 6 .EV A f 1 .... "3 V 5, J .. 4 0, wr x 1 xr X , i ,,,, Q ff if w. 3, 2 'I 'Z K V W ir? f sa E 43. f-R 1 C 'ai MJ.. QA , V l .-.4 -Q I a ff, ,K sf .sf K: 1 , are r Vx fin . L K fl . Q, -x iff Q f 1 . ,4.. r ,v J ,fig .mr f . F ig, 1 ' l X 1 .H . .1 jf ','!Egl' Melinda Adams Brian Adkins Dee Anderson Kristi Ansel .lack Arnett Bmce Ault Rayna Baber Doug Benfield Robbie Barker Keith Bames Steve Bames Randy Barrels Tom Beale Janie Beech Barb Bendele Cindy Best Tammie Bilbrey Barb Blymyer Rachel Bowman Sheldon Bowman Kim Bowsher Shelly Bowsher Paul Boyd Mitch Bracy Debbie Bradford Janet Brenneman John Bogner Steve Bok Danny Botkin Audrey Bucher Carol Burkholder Darlene Burrell Ralph Burton Susan Burton Jerry Buydos Lori Campbell Ed Camas David Carver Tammy Christian Greg Cira .leif Clawson Dan Claybaugh Gina Clements John Coe Lee Colley Don Comston Sherry Cottrell Darrell Craft People 187 Grade 7 students examine landmarks eventh graders encountered a new subject, the required geography course. Students in this class studied many national landmarks during the 1976-1977 school year. Students planned to make a map of the United States as a major class project. Also, the students studied Ohio history. 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A - Q at fi ai , Kevin Crawford Sam Crish Donella Crotinger Chris Crumrine Kim Cummings Laura Curry Doug Davis Jeff Davis Tim Davis Becky DeMoss Chuck Dick Shelly Dotson Tracy Dukes lim Dulebohn Mac Dunifon Lori Dunlap Eric Eberly lon Evans Becky Fisher Carole Frands Todd French Kathie Freud Beth Fockler Cindy Foust Doug Fox Andy Fuerst Silvia Fuson Annis Garee lan Geise Kerrie Gildon Brenda Gilroy I im Glaze Eric Goodman Robin Goodwin Todd Gordon Scott Grapner Gary Guagenti Brenda Hall Jeff Hall Linda Hall I 'road Hsmp Jeff Hardesty Matthew Harlow Amy Hatcher Greg Hawk I Brenda Hawkins Keith Henson lohn Hevener I Kathy Hickman Y Wi, W . t f i , 3 ,ay aft ,, fm Hg, f W . of 'W w UE 5 ,rf A' mai? lil' I , , K X it l gm .56 , ,M a sa 1 4' , . sw, Scott Hicks , 2 Jack Hin " Rhonda Hines '2 ' ' Michelle Hites j , 5 John 1-lime u Theresa Hooker ggi ,, Kenny Hom 188 People .Ya 42 ilk fi 4. tai, ,Wa , , ,fl , t 3 4 'W' Wear, 3 eff-rt. - tg' ,,,. it 41 will 612 a 1 ' 4- ifiiz e X 49. if, Q , fl in K sv .r"'m'. - A , Q 23 ,i , I .W 41, 4 'Y 'Y , k wav . ii! 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Q D 1016.1 x Holly Huges John Humes Troy Humm Jim Hunnel Dan Hurt Brian Hyde Greg Hyman Rusty Hyvarinen Brenda Jackson Barb Jennell Brian Johnson Terry Johnson Tim Jones Todd Jones Julie Kaple Karen Kaple Marie Keasler Roger Keysor Dan Kilgore Keith King Melinda King Robin Klapp Kurt Klopfenstein Michelle Knause Natalle Koeckritz Jeff Kompton Jim Kraft Kory Kmse Lnri Laibe Tammy Landes Iacquie Lane Rick LaPosta Mary Larimore Janet Lawrence Lisa Lee Wesley Lincoln Jana Line Jolene Little Scott Little Drew Lobdell Tanya Lohr Gerald Long Dan Lucke Kip McAlpine Missy McCleary Kyle McCluer Leslie McCluer Rhonda McCoy Brian McGinnis Dawn McGuire Shannon McVicker Mark Maez Sheri Marks Randy Martin Keith Maru Lori Mathias Tim Maxwell Mike May Shelly Metzger Edith Miller People l 8 9 Grade seven has many new problems " ey! Do you know where room 409 is?" "Oh no, we're late again." These and many other questions similar to these were frequently heard in the junior high as the seventh graders were thrust into a new school environment. Some seventh graders found it hard to adjust to the added pressures and re- sponsibilities, but the majority adapted readily. The change from elementary to junior high life brought with it the prob- lems of trying to get stubborn lockers open and choosing the wrong busses. i i ":'i'e s" r -' ' fil f i f 'iyi i r iQ'g:fT5'i5i5if5m'55f i: r igfiiiii z 'fi :re f' rf rift ' , . :i f f .. " H i- f h h ffw -.ri 22 -Q Elaine Miller V Greg Miller s" '- V Lonnie Miller Q Dawn Moeler "5 lei? Moening 5 Brian Montgomery f sa- Tinn Montgomery A f Phil Morgan M 'ggtrgarf Craig Morris Susan Morris ,Q Mickey Mowery f ef S , i Larry Mullens W 9 Margaret Mullens Amy Musser 11 is it lon Myers Nathan Nelson Lori Nicholas i , Tony Nicholas 4' 'P'-K David Nusbaum B ,, . Curtis Osborn Kim Osborne s-if if R at if Paul Parker -ff 7 f' sg :jg 1 f ' it .s Pam Patrick Ron Patton I i 1 353 Brian Pennington ' -Li., John Penmev "-' - Jean Pflueger M Linda Pitchford gg Q Eric Pugh Q Brian Radanonch - K - I Robyn Radloff K Lisa Rumser Tanya Ray Keith Reed Dawn Reese Mike Reese , Curr Reiser t 1 sv- Glenn Renner , W 5 I i ,f S 1 s r Debbie Rice A VCL 1 . 4 K' N,-'r ii I it Greg Rice Marcia Rice Q Paul Richards e ' - . Ronda Reinohl X , in ,Q Lisa Roberts ' -. Steve Rodabaugh K R ii 1 4. Chris Rodabaugh gf :. Rodney Rohrer K, 'Aj t Crystal Ross f,,,gf ,J 190 People Q ,.,. ,Q A Maw: I-1 fr f av w L f ii iiili .Sift .., is - 'aiding 5 li if Z5 L : 1 17,2 ff. ., x A gtg ts.-1, -Q - i i til' . if ss: YN S , xiii I- il K is t ., xl or T . ,r t sr., 5- fr . 5 I Q if I ,Q 2 it FI V - "m 'Q - L .X- X is isp, Q s 'r f A B i' fl 1 aw' '4 +--A N 1 j La' ? V 1 5 i 'Y i' . ' V55 in X ...:.. ..... K W' K' A - .e X is ei fy f A , j, .,f,-9, .N Q -' f 5 . 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Nl ,, F. ... ix Xe , nw 7, ' if A MX Donna Ross lohn Rutledge Kevin Rutter Shelly Sabcr Karen Sandy Tom Same Sharon Schlmpf Clay Schmenk Reann Schroeder Denise Schultz Rick Sciranka Darron Scott Ralph Segovia Tammy Shorer Julie Sillim Barb Simpkins Sue Skinner Brian Smith Janet Smith Matt Smith Scott Smith Kevin Spain Doug Spicer Sheila Springer Mike Spurlin .lennifer Sroufe Ginger Staas Derrick Starr Kim Starr Andrea Stebleton Gloria Stebleton Sharon Stebleton Dennis Stemen Karl Stemen Susan Stemen Pam Stemill Phil Stewart Hannah Strayer Lori Stude April Tackett Mike Tanguay Paul Trance Jerry Trotochaud Galen Troyer Rhonda Truesdale Tom Truesdale Brian Twining Becky Unruh Tara Van Matre Todd Vaughn Todd Wade Jim Wagner Brenda Walsh Terry Walters Kelly Waltz Randy Wapperan Jeff Woad Jim Warris .loe Wassink Teresa Watkins Joe Wells Wilber Wells Charles Wheeler Steve Wildermuth Tracy Wilkins Carla Williams lan Williams Jo Anne Williams Rudy Williams Mark Wohlgumuth Todd Wright Eva Yarger People 191 Mr. Tom Jennell Mr. Ed Sandy Mr. Gerald Smith ' " Mr. Richard Prince Mr. Robert Caton A t '- ' V WVV,V - nj ZA? pf, ,A K Wifi. 'P V f ' '52 7' Zi' -x rr J 4 6 , r -ef v , Q, 1 W ff ' ' 1, y -L , Q at .?'. ,,- 4. ,N 4 C f Q - f .Wir , . ' l 39 1 . V Q, V' -f'-V M .ff X -.wr ' 755 e l . K E ,f 4 4 if 7 W ,- 3 fr-35 7 eq? 1, W 2, Z M. xx 354 . Y- Q46 f' iftlat 5' 1 .Q fd X w YL ' jf 2- f 'ff x I3 Q W X 5 'S vm-'E g il hz fe? f f Y 1 it A Improvements for education pursued lthough disappointed by the defeat of the proposed 5-mill improvement levy, Elida School Board members, administra- tion, and teachers strived toward many objectives. Providing a good education for every Elida student was a major goal, and the Board hired Mrs. Suzanne Mavis to tutor Junior High students. Nineteen faculty members partici- pated in a new teacher's self-evaluation program. The federally funded project employed two cameras and a split screen. One-half of the screen shows the teacher and the other half shows the class. After review, teachers evaluated their tech- niques. Mr. Charles Haskins, coordinated the project. Administrators cooperated in the publi- cation of the annual report, which pro- vided the community with details about the operation of Elida's 3,297-student district. Faculty members conserved fuel by keeping drapes closed, limiting week- end use, and lowering thermostats. A-Q W m i ..1'Q - of , Mwwwrzm " ' it -fr: i' Siflk , ilgwi 1 fu 'fee 510 , ' 2-EEE: :Qiw "f-'EIT4 QRQW' 3 'E - 1 ,El la S if 5' "f?'3 !7 5.lf'-K23:-taiiwafwHQ K-WQQESQQ it Y " Q32 -WL' .1 .. ff-we L t...e.,f.,,., 'wi52.., 1'4':':',,c, f , - 1, ,Q v ' 5 5 "W . 'i 3 'li f 4- -, I, .Et-,w eaafi-,zj1.' lg w i' it .91 rift 11 :r 525:54 ff L Z ? '47 it 253 H - Q -Ville: .2 ..ag..-,la-..,wy5te:x'ws - . E, Q ., ,, ...v.q,.,,,,,, ,,,,,.,......,a, ,.a4,..Y,.,.m,.,.,,,s ' I W tt N 5 .L as-' any ig rt 2 . ,wie .. 11.1 sf- 'z -"H-efsf:--,iw1'-tfrfre--w ..,.n'-mere' g -ch " -- a gh J Xf'fZ:5iEg3.' Qitig - IX W .- ., .,., si.,-sr. .s.'1x,-Q-.ffm-:w.:p 1,111.35--1. , ,, -rv i -22:1-1 -2 1111 -teaser!- yin tfrgtwgas- Z'f"I :-'fi',.-,,'12a,-wla.-tv gmt" fr W.:--:asyeaer-.ttf fr.-. -.t..--'5..,5p,'g-'f1i2zf1'r. f , : V 5.1. -. 192 People S A .M-fa .2 .wk , -.z.,. V . f f fm Q , ,,.,,, --. ns, , ll- G X! A f .fx N1 Nfl 6-vi f . ' .-' . 4 Wt ii . W . ye. K iw , ,J, V ,W , i JL, I , 5 , If ,.a,i,.., . rx' , - A lg fl' gm: h AI, yn V f My 12,2 3222 ,,n"'QgQ5' ' ., -.fx af " V 4 A.-we 5 ,N C 1 , ug , ., , 2' x. . Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Susan Whittington Pam Allen Sue Wright Jean Kahler J an Sodders Marilyn Selover Maxine Downard Peggy Bevilockway 4... ,K f my lil s W A l .,LrIv,2'e 1 .. JYJ .,,AwA t ff' if if , '1 Ti A , ,,. N6 5 wi if gf - .gil Q., is QM' y Mrs. Margaret Wise Mrs. Alice Bushong Mrs. Virginia Miller Mr. Charles Haskins fsft, , -.i1 , A 3 fi. i ff ' 1. ,L . gg. e ".'l ' People 193 New teachers aid rules enforcement lida's faculty increased as several new teachers were introduced to the school policies. Mr. Brian Karrick replaced Mr. James Craycraft in the mathematics de- partment, while Mr. Arthur Holman joined the team of science teachers. Once again teachers did their best to inforce such things as hall passes and one way stair cases. Certain teachers were assigned hall duty during lunch periods. ' M .3 in .1 ..f.7mMaSw ' . , ,.f-V ,res-L,--.1-W.:--,icing i1..,,g. sp A ,594 ' N- ,. Q.-'. vm.,-fs .11 -,Y-wir--.se,fa' .sag ,,f,.1gM,., 5,9-15-g,: ,.-.I-,,,, ,'ffg'1a.-,f'..t, .ms f it 1. ,B .1 36 lit? J E ER ij! 5 WEB T 25235 fi FSH? ,hi 'se -es.',?,L,'r,l.'lZ:.fiY al-he .ri V-nw-l 'mfwyflff "1f':i5',A!31f"f42?5 MJT in css.. F' ,- ,-g-vs -ms..-.emit .nw -Q -1 . -l,.,,Q.g,..,gg,..a,1 .ni,..4,.,zg.s-a.: an sn.,..s1,t.ipg.,g1, l.1l'7' . aww fa-fr-Ev?" - ' A ru A mf Mrs. Virgilene Bucher , . Mr. David Goldsmith Mrs. Eva Hindgardner Mr. Terry Kristoff . f Mrs. Vivian Kruse . wi, .3 Md . 3 x 515: - . r A ,am ,Aiw,sza,f,,, ff Mr. Thomas Riegle Mrs. Caroline Brenneman Mrs. Marty Kay Miss Pat Rockers 194 People ,W W t -I A i W L"?war,' i l 1679? .fh- we 't rr., 5,1 Q r ' 6 1 .A V l ' V i - ia, ga f 4, . A . , ri: , p p is r' , - ix , 1, ar 'H ' ,ga ., -f 5 r, . . 1 t -: 1 l if , N in , .elf - ,- K 53 at , L ,I ,. lf ' ppp- ' in fn ' I esss so s E ,,.. A if if x 2 g , A t p h "mms, ' if ., I Q35 .A ffiw-fiwgl' va- , Jqaff, ,,.,v- ., 3' l ,W x' 5' 25 X A Inn, . 26:5 Q I 4, JF f? V7 4 I, ,, E9 'Wi wif alll? DX CM A A ' P -4 f, 'as i 1: X we i I ' v Q ' A ,z A :f7 :,. 7 wi " -' f ' 3 1 1 Q1 ,Q an i ,. .0 f is lffmne mf" signalgto sdence his eighthperiod PAD class. wg ' 1 if 'vw , -psf D. - - 4 'V Mr. Sam Boyer D, W V 'I I Mr. Charles Cotlerman A ,eil -. X E 'V' "V 5 Mr. Brian Karrick 3, Q. ' ' 4 '7 ' Mr. Bill Oleson . , Mr. James Schafer fs K - 4. K k 2, A 4 Mr. Jim Dally .Iwi Ej Q li V 1 Mr. Charles Downing 1 V g Miss Pam Grear ' Nf Q my Mr. Paul Sluss i , ' Ms. Terry Stepic A i l Y ' 4 1 D , B . X f fr' lf r DX is 4 'lp i 1 i .3 Mr. David Farler I 1+ fa, -.K Mr. Arthur Holman I L ' i Q . Mr. Daniel Kuck W 7 'Q Mr. Reid Neu 'M' ea V Mr. David Sandy ' ' xx 74 E 1' People 195 Mr. Rex Coffman Mr. Gary Evans Mrs. Mary Lou Bush Mr. Von Markley Mr. Robert Komarek Mr. Thomas Gossard Mr. Dennis Schwinnen -. I , , V HQ "fl: I .. " ' '- Wi 1 , n ff' 1 M.. 4 eu, .1 , , 15, ,I "iff, Q 3' ,mg 1 , a had 1 a Mui. 1 ' .- 'w 52' V- ' ' :Kal H'-"' :ii me 2 ET -- :'a"' ..- lfsiffffffif .1 Q Q Q .TWA awk' wfjw' 1' fi .' I 2 . n .g:a.3Ji54,Q,gg a 9mgav41rmsfZf:g sf,..m :,fe1g-Afiggggwrggg Q3-ride Q -S' . Q - w k 196 People Mx. KN xx .... , : ix, -6 ,,s:" f-B . 1 .aszgig ,, ,V , , A 2 n x vi. WF Wx fag S' 5 Kai am yi u va., 5 fhwag? Q , x .N Y M v ? sz gs, n " g,'f.a.,,E.4.,f , iq! ., 'lifts if n KL XA, ,n,nn 5 'fi f , if-Was" A Q . 'S K. Q. I 9- . Q 11 -1 , . nnn 5'x3Z33533'm 44... A ,Q , fi. . ,v , . gb .EG -I . 'F 5 f If ip 11 S f .F ., qy 1 A X I NW l I WEE is H Q9 K 4 . E J 3 , M 4 N-. - Q if 4 , t P , .1 I iv, s. Q 6 as 0. gg g I . xv 5 .LLh , Y xt V ,t . ,Wt -J tis ,, g , " Q . H K, .. L v ' K ,, K Mr. Robert Roethlisberger 'V Q Q t A as Mr. Ron Jackson .N " , Mrs. Paula Neal ig ' . - ar , ' X ,.4m1 Members of faculty achieve milestones S everal members of Elida's faculty reached milestones in their teaching careers. Among these veterans was Mr. Charles Cotterman who marked his thirtieth year of teaching, fifteen of those at Elida. Other teachers reaching new plateaus included Mrs. Caroline Brenneman, who taught for twenty-four years, eighteen at Elida and Mr. Paul Sluss who taught at Elida for twenty-six years. Mrs. Martha Kay finished her twentieth year of teaching, sixteen at Elida, and Mr. Gene Wollenhaupt marked his twentieth year of service at Elida. Most students agreed that these were among the most distinguished and re- spected of the Elida High School faculty. .t,.t,i,n...c,, .s.-- . an J 1. V- c I lf 'fQs-Kfiifi " i-:.ff1s's if 1 - :Lia ft' Mrs. Suzann Bauman Mr. Dave May Ms. Dorothy Edwards Mr. Richard Neal People 97 Ms. Jill Bernard Mrs. Joanne Guy Mrs. Cindy Lieurance Miss Dawn Navarre Mr. Don Breece Mr. James Jackman Mr. Robert Kuhn Mr. Gary Reinert Q i 3 is si , .,,, 53 4. K. . M' j 'E ' is ewes 'VE' ' M ei 12. 1" 'f .5 ', Pau . 4 . W 1' I 42 1 -ai r. iwgd S , 3.x A is A A H gg: U-:Lal ,f K fn-5, - - w g " F' nfHl 'f'FifZ?'5L . f J 'f' ' - 1 "Q--1- J ' - 2-:iii 124 1: 'fgf u f ' ii gsa. ws- wi' ' -1 f. ir ' ' 1.5 eg 'S' 'L ,..-1-.LJ-1 - - sa M ' i' . cw 585 ., if EM Qifugfgz f - x i - 5 's'!,:qi'3i e:wg?v:v11,.' 2' 5 - "F . 'G r2lisEK?g?5?-1,1.' Ji ' W ish if ' -g,5iZ'iQg12'5sf5,'e' , .. , - ln, ,gm gm, Aqgg er ig w --K .i . M 3542 -A .1 Q Hi .W ' savers-Hesiigigai 198 People Q ff 1 M H., 1 Q if ..,. . ,.., mg, i r.. z- ,, . . fi . '19 Q V Q .M s ir 2 ' 'N if ' n i M n V if Ji V I A 5: L'.V, T R, in V M- V-.,. , egg: ,A f Exif, 'ii wif r'j""x 233 i Q E 1 S ,. s. i s Sk f -We Taj V gl. T . ,fr X. R ff Y rl .KL Q.-Q 1 is, 2 'E 3- 1 .-if LQ-45 4 -7 .a ga 1 , t Q11 t, 2 f ., Q- 4 me S ,q-fx 171 I t ry ef X I 'E fi . i I .L , ' 11'k'X . W . e P3 I I ' WJ 1 .Qi V L ' 'Q 1 .dk , fs: 3 x A V V. r ' 4 4? , Q , 3 'W 1 f !. 4 QE 3 ef 55. ....... A C J if Mr. Emil White Mr. Charles Coburn Mr. Neal Kingsbery Mrs. Janice Crosina Mr. Michael Herzog Mr. Gene Wollenhaupt we Variety of talent found in faculty B elieve it or not, teachers used their time for more than just teaching. Many members of Elida's faculty showed their creative talents and hobbies in a variety of ways. In the fine arts area for example, Mr. Michael Herzog, when not working with Elida's bands, makes use of his musical abilities helping out with the drum and bugle corps, General Putnam's Men. Mrs. Janice Crosina sang in two church choirs in her spare time. Art instructors Mr. Emil White, Mr. Charles Coburn and Mr. Neal Kingsberry created their own art works for personal satisfaction and sometimes for the pur- pose of selling. Mr. Kingsberry took an interest in photography and served as an assistant coach for the cross country team. 'ii .7g.ME5g4 .kk.. . tg.. zyyy K .4513 1 .:',, U V. 41.1lg1.:s:, 1-gt . inner ..11t.:1,a.t,f.3..'-A1 '13 zz ' -- J- f e . .... . ..... .yay 5 y ..... ...C 1gg ?2Ki'J21?ei11'J a 'ii"i ., 3 ., . l . . 1 t... 1, .. W .,- ...,. t.l.. W I People l 99 Mike Estes rides to attack cancer F aculty member Mr. Michael Estes, Junior High English teacher, partici- pated in the Allen County bike-a-thon. He raised a total of S1441 for the Amer- ican Cancer Society. Capturing the top award in the country, he continued to Columbus where he be- came the recipient of the top award in the state for individual contributions. i Mr. Jeffrey Martz Mrs. Diane Hedrick Mr. Michael Estes Mrs. Madge Dieringer Mrs. Cheryl Counts Mr. Robert Tong Mrs. Mary Jane Smith Mrs. Jeanette Slechter Mr. Robert Nobles Mrs. Martha Molder 200 People i-gil-M , i . an fi . ei Q , 21 ,F 5,3 ., M , , ws' V - Y 4 . fi ai E.. 1' .1 ,iff J raamwwf raked. QQQQQ in .mwsfw wa Wjaf' ' ' 2 J -X vw P "K m" ,Q 'ra W" .e Wg? 3 ' " Q f' i 'fJ5:f?. fwfwifg fel' aeer ...J -a-'ewaJWfg wi era aff? fe. 1 ti kg s' 5 5, ' C 3 QW - wi X "' A na,i" : J 5 .igsxjgvckwc f 5 K iffy-1 3 M. JJ B, an + A . KI ive i ft? 7 1 new Diva, , In ffleff. Wl251I'i:iif?'?f-' li'I!f'? , Qw teisiififizf -wiymmwwagmww iwwwf 7 at ', ,, i , K' H ..... - . v . , Xu! K K 'f'35J"i :'2f ewes, w ..ma .ya , fr 5' Q. 3, , . ',', gfgyj X , r -if : es , - Q ff F- 'tex V. My F h - ' Q X . iii f ,X LA ,124 Ae ' , QU" , . , ff i , - . ,paafa Qyggzt .f?lrf fi , .1 ' 5 , jQEA3?:?E22::.. J 1 J 4-'.::..-3 tt-,xy , 22f1':a5:52?fk ' of Isgiii.-:-sie ,,- :: 5::I:, 912-:2vl'f'5f X , , ' .ggmfz-:fix ig,-pu-f.,f' ,fx ' X K' rs: -Miki:-:f ,mm-I.--if 540 e C sign-1 fi -ifsyxjgl 1,953 f r .., ,QQ-Q tg. s - A 5436 1" ' W! Mr. Davis Smith . ' Mr. Don Leis Q' Mr. A. I. Keasler Ms. Dolly Griffiths Mrs. Darlene Alt ,4..x - .--. . u-. ' .I 'NRE a W -zrfif t Law permits right to review records I n 1972, the federal government passed a law placing regulations on users of student records. This law was broken into two parts. First, students tif they were 18 years of ageb or the parents have the right to review the records and challenge any of its contents. Second, only those persons making educational decisions are allowed to look into the records. Regulations also stated that the con- sent of the parents or student was needed to remove data. Beginning with the '76- '77 school year, employed persons were required to write in the records, their name, date, and reason for looking. I . 591 r tifpilis Q .e.t. s - p People 20 Purchases of buses supplements fleet oard members of Elida High School submitted a plan to purchase three new buses for the 1976-1977 school year. This plan has also been adopted for up- coming school years in order not to have any buses more than ten years old. Elida's twenty-six regular running buses made 109 trips daily for an average of 1592 miles a day. Parts and maintenance increased to a cost of 510,000 for next year. Maintenance men tried to keep buses in good working order for the 3175 students who rode the buses to and from school each day. Changes were made in the Snack Bar as most junk foods were dropped. Hot sandwiches such as cheeseburgers, ham and cheese, and hotdogs replaced these foods. Pizza was also included. Daily lunchroom meals rose to 750 as compared to 800 to 900 for the Bulldog Inn. Price increases in milk were felt by students as the cost rose from six to seven cents, thirteen cents for adults. -V -'te 1- M -'L i . V c U .. li a 'W .1 3 ' 5' E? a ' N 'a wi: QT .elif ae wa s ,, 5 s ,. Z gg kg. ' 'aa aafm . ,Q f : iw s :rag c 1. V , W ,521 -'f ' -a s ,, ,.,,, . , . 21" ' K r 7 -7 . , , 7. - so 1 gy' ' 1 fx it via., V, A -az, 'Q ,lr - People 'V - -.NS Wm. 5"-. r fa iw ' A ff ' ' 1 f wwf, 'f1f-':.,f,'1'..- - 5 W ,, , 3.1,::ii1gg,.,, gy- ' '57 'Y i wh :L - fi-,511-M, ' -1i1ff,f33ii55i-iw?gig,myI ., gi Baines 10 meh Kirk C0016 MIS- Dommylmlwin. Mrs- Vera Stockton, . Mrs. 1Sherrick . Mm- Pat -1 - 12 t . f f - . - WMS? Mrs- Edna People 203 4 4 STUDE T LIFE THLETICS ACTIVITIES PEUPLE ACADEMICS COMMU ITY C lerks efficiently helping customers find the merchandise to suit their needs . , . Waitresses serving the public with enthusiasm and interest, CARING . . . Local businessmen supporting the Reflec- tor and Bulldog Review in spite of high inflation, SHARING . . . Area radio and television stations reporting pertinent news and inspirational themes, COM- MUNICATING. . . With KOINONIA in the community, the Reflector becomes a more complete yearbook. LEFT: Artist Betty Hoverman diligently spots prints to give Elida seniors quality pictures, Roger and Betty Hoverman, professionals in photography. aid the annual staff greatly. ABOVE: Senior Donna Morrison is ready to promptly serve customers at Burger King. Community 205 Jciycees contribute beneficial services S erving the community, the Lima Jay- cee's main purpose is to help the community to help young men and wo- men become better citizens. There are close to 60 projects carried out each year. These include the Punt-Pass and Kick contest, the ever familiar Haunted House, the Shelter House at the Allen Inn, hayrides, and dances. f -- - - at , i. ,c,,, . .,., ,. ,,,,,,,,.,.., .- gn Worthing. r .,...... i 'ffiliki 1 K ' - fiff'fYiE1Y'ijE-FE4- 1 H ,yxgi "lTfEfil?5E'i 1 - 1 . 1 1-1.i ,L 1 nt. if , f . f f- ff. . 133'fgrgtigigafggff Coordinator Mr. Dennis Schwinnen says Distributive Education develops Tami Neilson with JON Jeff 601509 35 vice-president Lisa Rader IS Secre future leaders for marketing and distribution. DECA officers are President tary and Dan Kohl serves as the treasurer of the Elida High chapter 206 Community 'ii-. fn Located at 410 Dominion Building, EATON, ENDLY and PECK IN- SURANCE provides Betsy Daniels with general insurance. Phone 228-5781. lt's EATON, ENDLY and PECK for courteous service. Contact AUTOMATION PRODUCTS. INC., located at 704 East Main Street, Elida for your automatic machinery needs. Phone 331-6952 for fast, courteous service, and the best automatic machines. . . k t ' T y , 3? , I 1 Q -2 D ' 2 , 3 FRIENDLY ICE CREAM, located at 715 North Cable Road, Lima, has the finest in food and ice cream treats in the Lima area. Phone 227-9769. jf 3 t Elida student Sue Rossfeld enjoys working at the KEWPEE. Sewing you at two locations, 2111 Allentown Road and 111 North Elizabeth, the KEWPEE is a great place to eat. Eat at the KEWPEE today. It's grrrreat!! Community 207 208 Urloon development oids oreois growth ur Elida community has continued as one of the fastest growing areas in Allen County. This is partly due to the fact that the Limaland area is above the national average in the new construction of homes. Throughout the entire area a wide range of single and family homes have been offered by a number of housing developers. Leaders in the development of homes are J.D. England Construction Co., Bowman Brothers, Inc., and Alex- ander Builders. New apartments have been built all around Lima. These apartments and homes have brought not only color and beauty to the community, but also have increased jobs in this community. 1 SY N P 1 112 - 255 5 Elia 4' gm- Lf-. P .- , gif' t M m-'H x3'?1?E5fvr.4 - Fw -,Az f , fs awry 55 H -fsggt. s':glg,p.ll ,QS-,-s4s:tnsfQQ.5'i3:fs wats-mrfa W fl., LL , QQ' Si? Q' 1. -J., . . ' , 'JJ' :gt-fL3'1mf -ftfaa zzw .min fiiifiizsf:'.gl,2fa,1Lfff Q - ' f- ' if iii 'T 1- i T 332 u " W as I Q X LQGQW QA QA ll: l !v,n'i4'n1a5Qf-5 ,,-ffl! ' 'gi if E if 2? .qw TM qqi Q1 3 Q! Eli ,P ga. 'nr 3' S,-.ef ws. S T -gi. it as at L 1- If , if E in .. f s .. n 'Q A -. - 1 gfwf Chai , ' fs? If 63 J f . - -, 'f . - aff. :zn- f 4 W at M- , nts, Q51 2 1.2 255,15 , ,,- if fn, -. ' 'ef sf 123395, " Q., W., 53551 W ' v M2991 -' J' ': sy' ' : ' t 2 a -:-4 f .L - ., ' , , -:fa ..1 iv,1. 2 at , . if A fl - ttfff if twig egg - M ,W i l ,A . 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" 'Q :mr may-1 F 'id F fe WEE tn Z, ra w 5 ,f is Jia-,nv -, J Mary Nolte says, "Take all of your laundry to VILLAGE QUEEN LAUNDRY sewing you at three locations: 908 North Cable Road, Lima: 316 East Main, Elida: and 601 East Main, Elida." QL U PM .T W , - , , -,,,. Y - e-me .. .1 is - 1 -..-. --LL 1. ,.KL , - . kr N, .,,, W K, ..... . W. .L .Q - r J,..-11. f- - 5 ., U 1 3 I .,g.tf d , a P 'V ri .. HQ? , .K .. 5, . egg M wi. ' -Q ge- .. 7 1-.1 1 gil. x P 9 f J ee Irv: we . 2 ' " wg I 322 .ff swan . 'M Q- "1 1 L. . 2 gi gg er er. 1 --,- .... . , '- B ww K. , is? , 3, A5 - -4 ' . 1,25 3- kv .ew ew:-11 ' A ,, in 5 5 ,elf 1. I Q me I ' aw SH-'kink .- ESQ. ii w e 951 ,gf 1 l gf 25- ,. rg ' --E' 1. , .. , , . 1 f .. .x ' ., 2:'2i35w11"'9"f'f. 1 ' 1 WL- ' - ' '-S ,Ai 5 - . , -Y--Y-wN ,..3-f f -3- .r - .- gg.- Q . - ,.'. . , , ,.,,, V Sophomore Steve Mericle knows he can always depend on VON'S DIAMONDS JEWELERS for all his jewelry needs. For a wide variety of diamonds and jewelry go to VON'S DIA- MQNDS AND JEWELRY in the Westgate For the best in television service at reasonable prices, see SCI-IMENK'S TV SERVICE, located plaza, we right behind priendgyfsl at 1117 W. Robb in Lima, Ohio. Most makes and models are serviced by them. They satisfy. Q Don'r just get a Fordg get a RAABE FORD. RAABE is located just used Ford, Pinto, Bronco, Mustang, LTD ll, Thunderbird, or H Ford east of Delphos, Ohio. Call 692-0055 for information on a new or Van- Remember, RAABE FORD will HIWHYS 9iV9 YOU The best deal- 210 Community AUTOITRUCK WASH FULL SERVICE THE BEST IN TOWN 5, :Q5Q'5:zi1,:.g'gE11iQ,a:51.'.1Lggb.ggfg..x ff,wg:.z,,Q.:1g3':1i1w,2f9,1. 1,. 3, , EEEE MQQJSBJQQYIKYJFQFCQKQMFSS:C19WSUHi3?i532i539Tf9l??uYQUYBIQSWCVUBQQS- Y1-'X ,,,E5 , " E'-f EE'E ' 4 ff W ff fflf -- ,. 10 1032 WeStEEflMaim E f saga. E E' L"' ' L L ' K iz ' Community 211 BROWN FLOOR AND WALL COVERING, INC. are experienced dealers in top quality carpet. Armstrong, Formica, Kentile and Galistan, and Mohawk and Lees Carpet are their superior brands. BROWN'S is located at 1404 Allentown Road. Remember BROWN'S is best. Gomer businessmen aid local onnuols omer businessmen supported Gomer's annual, the Echo from 1919-1969. Since the consolidation in 1969, these men and women showed pride and con- cern in their community for the past eight years by supporting the Reflector. With the rising costs of publications the 1977 Reflector staff appreciates the community spirit and caring of Gomer. .i g DUGAN ,gs SEIFERT f :f. rife: 4.3 Insurance agents, John T. Dugan, John R. Mulcahy, Dan Dugan, and E. W. Seifert of DUGAN MULCAHY AND SEIFERT INSURANCE AGENCY are anxious to serve you. They are located at 622 North Main Street, Lima. For your needs, call 228-1570 or 228-3122. 212 Community ,ie . tl REALTY CO. . W . , REALTORS ' HOLMES REALTY has sixty professional salesmen to serve North- western Ohio. Stop by 2152 Elida Road or phone 227-4246. Remember HOLMES REALTY for your real-estate needs. Stop in soon, please. .25-X.Wt.,ge,..,,..qF..,,.,,,.i,,.,,g,,,w....,m..,,,,,. .,.. . so, ,,.. .,..,.,.wQf:n -f-- iw 5je,C-33.555tt..,,.,,w.ff.,wf-w+-st?We WW- -A-,I - as-f y 3' 1- - fal len I 1 ,sh F? . ISE. Klang: , .5 . f W' J L 1 mfs.. f. -. I . 1- . f fl , 5 -f ." '- I I is 15115-.:eff?i.,,: e.-we .Y wart ,A we - ffwi--.1 we ew..m..a?Pfn9?ff 2: rzvfft '5e'af1'. ' .rf 1-E91 m y -- - :bw 52wz5.WlF:ff5s'?9fpg532ieff Wwwfew-l+sl'ki2'55ifl-':Q7 , , . 1 ew A: all ' H 4 . ffl 1-H Jw U iessflf-ezeilgdegfyi'45-Etgdpsi-A'YJW:JifU-:ggirfD563s1EE:3-1rifle5'esqf'bH5.sfW9z21:'e5-.ist-'wtatssflissvQfaftlfsitifwtis' We 12' V ' W ,nn ' W '-: ' ' :Ze 2 51 Call dependable ARMY'S AUTO PARTS AND WRECKER SERVICE at 225-1895. Lo- cated at 1510 St. Johns Road., ARMY'S is a 24-hour wrecker service for Limaland. -we 0, Fi! If K' J' ,. .5 ,,,,,.,-fr,.va4-.w- .arse ,.:5'L1"K" .NR W ai. F' .' Eff ' dxf X-" -A an The Commercial Bank Esfablishoa' I8 7 7 MAIN OFFICE' 230 East Second Street Delphos BRANCHES: 386348 North Main sfreei, Delphos Mdlllbdf Gomer Banking Center, Gomer Elida Farmer's Bank, Elida X g 5 X mi 'HE' Tn i 1 CQANLNU RCI Xi BAN K 1 Community 213 rr.. A 5 t Axllb HOWARD'S CAMERA AND GIFI' CENTER, located in the See Terry Kundert of Elida at TRACEY'S APPLIANCES, located Lima Mall, has quality equipment for everyone's photography at 1703 Allentown Road, for all your appliance needs. Phone interests and needs. Phone 331-7080. You'lI be glad you did. TRACEY'S at 223-4786. We specialize in Frigidaires. lnooouool:closestoooocoscunoceooooasuonneooonooc: o 0 o 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 ' ,esu " gf.- "sf an v. . ....,... .N N he -... f-f Q..-. ..- .W-f . ig l g l . 9E?H i ti ' .'fzff.f:,.2:.1,.H.. K I Fil ffl? E ' iff A 553 - 0 5 - A- ' - naming w Tl l ,. : 1. .. ' i g a ll 7 A - ' BMF S E SQ l im.,-z , --Q-fibiiiifql .,.S93?5i1 a1w..q - Q. ' 'E " ' 1..T':EHQ 5-:g ms an " 3: 'ug , me in .lawn ..e'l"'f 135 2,320 +6252 ff, rim, l"m."Q:.f.2fe., A n ew 'S YY? 0 3 li , : LOAN AND aurwme W ' E 3a .ff'fgMgJfE9 47" ear- Q El ' Sl- . Q1 F V. ., t V . .. Wm. .M .4:f...,m..,...z.g- .....q..f.5's..,rf..f,..w..e.m.gf.,.g.1 I . ,. ,. P3 E 1 COMPANY Q A ' - lin- f 55 2 v 5 ' ffz .lElaf El A Q22ee,..s., lag. ggggseglgi sees,-5 -f 96,32 .. .! .liE:Saew.f.m. .,f1aazis2L:xmz1r,,frQ-.Era ,.i62fe.., ,. - ff : .. mei.: 214 Community ri 1 ' 95 .QQ , , "'i -L " -A 1 Q-1 fa- ,Ai When Deb Kimbel comes back to Elida to visit, she knows where to stay. For the best in motel service, call E. LARRY MOLES COLONIAL MOTEL, located at 1940 Elida Road, Lima, Ohio. Telephone 223-2015. CRAWFORD'S SHOES serve you with Numerous items grace the walls and floor of THE SHOP NEXT DOOR. For all your creative quality footwear, located at 138 North needs, visit THE SHOP NEXT DOOR, located at 1075 Shawnee Road, Lima, Ohio. Main, Lima, Ohio. Telephone 225-2931. Community CB radios acquire I7 more channels reaker one ninel How 'bout a smokey report?" Messages similar to this filled channel nineteen on the citizen's band radios. A new law going into effect after January 1, 1977 will enable people to buy forty channeled citizen's band radios. Certain types of C.B.'s may be altered to accommodate the forty channels by sending the C.B. back to the manu- facturer for adjustments. t 1 l .mi , fy V. -'l ' L Q-1 4 f ...fv 1 ,.' ' 'W 3. in I 4. 1 :.,, . , K . A K Q 5 -5 Q 1 . 5 ' g f 35 i f ff' few , L 5 f 1 ,, , i 6 A fl Sv f 3: ii It 11 3- It K X 6 5 1 1 1 5 s 5 52 1 fa 7 S 'Ms .. . f 5 3 - I " fe, Q! , ,kwr ggg gqggi g -f ,.k, t ,sm ' 4.. iffa'f2f1'ff H ,g pf -Q saw . i ' wg ,Ll 53,lg,Cw',.:5,q5233:g3.g,Q ,3 g.+,1.g, 'EEA si- wir -gras l'i2iai"l'S'i1 ,w'i""' te '-Rf' wi A M9119 if: ' 'in -11E'h.g,ii' -'--' I if L . .fr , 5- iiiggqw ifal"2f':f fl 'I21-fva:fw-5- 2 "'3i5d59?EIG5Ffvs1aiHIa. -4- 35 ' 216 Community You can depend on STRAYER INSURANCE AGENCY for all your insurance needs. Located at 718 North Cable, they serve many Lima residents. Call 223-5766. Rest assured with STRAYER INSURANCE. ANXHIIDV :, :X P N x ... - 3 ,- X x .f N shwrs . a t X se-A-Q ve , 5-X X Os S . 5 S N. X X S .QQ X .lswstsn X is 5 111 N. ELlzAaETl-I sr. NN x LIMA, OHIO -ssaoa Elida student Selwin Drain knows that DON JENKINS JEWELERS Street, in Lima, DON JENKINS JEWELERS have served Limaland is the best jewelry store in the Lima area. Located at 117 North Elizabeth for fifty years. To get the best quality jewelry, call them at 224-3211. f . : f,f. ' W Q5 f ' 1 5 A , , CLEANERS i s 1 p ' g , Q . f , MAIN 4747 f lf I, - . 4 A M ky k 1 , ,, , .5 , 1 ' f' Umrfb -' 2, -,nl K., Alnxlikb 4- . 9' .W ' , ' g ' I fa Easting an-any ' 7 F 7 ff '. "Y Y- ' " ' ' ' 1 . ' . x - I f 1 1 " 1, I f'-.' ' T 1.-ig 1 Pl' ' " ' -'- I A 5 A' i +I ' 'W" ' I 1 2534523 ,,f,,e:..gLLt. ,vm--,f, 43- :,, -'f'- -. .,,.. .. H - -r V K f-.. ,. . Y - . 1 1 N . isp'-.'.-, ff .. fr'- X',t', K K . , . 1 I ' " 'K 'i f i' For all your cleaning and laundry needs, go to SEALTS CLEANERS and delivery plus one-day service is available. Alterations and repairs located at 910 Northshore Drive, Lima, Ohio. They have free pick up are their specialty so call them today at 224-5050. Community 217 Crop prices set harvest standards B umper-stickers all over the United States read, "Farmers Feed You Three Times a Day." The five main crops in this area consisted of corn, soy beans, hay, wheat, and oats. These made up many of the nutritious foods in everyone's diet. Oats, hay and corn also were used for feeds for livestock which in turn became one of the most important parts of each meal. Urban areas have expanded with less land for food production. Farmers es- tablished a very important factor in everyone's life. Rainfall was more plentiful this year during the growing season than in the past. Some other concerns included gas prices, livestock prices, and disease. Citizens of the Elida district have pride in their farmers. These hardworking peo- ple endured many long, tiring hours. 1 sfidtlt Custom made furniture and recovering of old furniture are specialties l-ima'S 0fllY DAIRY QUEEN S10l'G. HT 1225 Allentown R061 has all of DlCK'S UPHOLSTERY Stop ln at 22 South Elizabeth Street or Y0Uf f3V0l'if9 Sandwiches. Sh8k6S. and milfs- Remembel' WS the DQ- call 224-1876 to see how you can invest in your furnltures future 218 Community . T5 . Vffffxli Q ,M x A .4 . . , 1 W? Q K , i - tip .A A Y ,x.X it is t ., 1 '.1'fi?l': f x A X X X 4 - " n BQ ' ""':-' 41:17- " ' ' -r3N: , -u.,,'ii-L.. ' ,Q v "vs- Cliff Watt drinks nutritious milk from HEFNER'S DAIRY located at 650 North Eastown Road, Lima, Ohio. Call 331-3911 for home delivery. CONVERSE GRAIN at Rt. 112, Spencerville, Ohio deals with any kind of grain. They do all of their shipping by truck. Phone 667-2011. o 1 A my - 1692-0861 K I ,f K kms 35. Senior Steve Schierholt shows one way to refresh . . . X2 x l 5 1 l it's the if real thing Senior Steve Schierholt, an offensive lineman for the Bulldogs last season, finds a better way to refresh. Drink COCA COLA. Community 219 Gas prices soar, people travel less G as prices continued to fluctuate in the Elida area. People paid 50 cents a gallon one week, and they paid 56 cents a gallon the next week for regular. No lead gasoline and premium reached heights of 62 cents a gallon. All 1975 cars were designed for fuel economy. One device that was used was a catalytic converter. People complained about these catalytic converters be- cause they had to use no lead gasoline which was very expensive. Some people took these converters out so that a lower price gasoline could be used. Other ways of fighting the cost of gas- oline were riding the bus, forming car pools and buying compact economy cars. Senior John Smith knows where he can go to satisfy all his needs in Junior Chris Taylor says, "For the very finest in masonry treatment craft supplies, kits, yarn, and plants. Visit VILLAGE YARN AND go to TRISCO SYSTEM INCORPORATED at 104 Kiracofe." Phone CRAFT, located at 2723 Elida Road, Elida, Ohio or phone 331-3350. 331-3906 or stop in for fast courteous service. Community as i . i . 2 iii' , E V lf -we A gy li if g 'K 7' x 25 ,VY f 5 Custom built cabinets are the specialty of BOWMAN'S says stop in and see what BOWMAN'S CABINET SHOP CABINET SHOP- BOWMAN'S is located at RR- 3. Elida, can do for you and your home. Telephone 331-5978. and also builds vanities with lacquer finishes. Janet Bowman Steve Mericle knows that he is going to get a great deal when he buys his first car from THE JOHNSON COMPANY USED CARS located at 500 N. Main Street, Lima. See Dick John for a car. i:.ielllA VILLAGGE 1 -itle Q, FURNITURE . i'ii fxeucrcs AND I PROCESS METAL STRlPPlN0 CRAFTSMAN Kevin Ditto advises that you go to ELIDA VILLAGE CRAFTSMEN for all your furniture and metal stripping needs. It is located at 206 Kiracofe Street. ELIDA VILLAGE CRAFTSMEN is dependable. Sophomore Jack Ulrich carefully studies an ensuing putt. Located at 500 Stevick Road, TAMARAC GOLF CLUB, a public course, is one of the finest courses in Lima. It is an 18-hole regulation course with a 9-hole par-3. Mr. Nevergall is the pro and manager. Phone 331-2951. Local advertisers support Reflector Iida High School organizations, along with a number of local advertisers have played an important part in the pub- lication of the Reflector. Through their financial support nearly 53,100 has been raised to offset the ex- pense of the annual. Without their financial help each year, it would be im- possible to publish. Among the organizations at Elida High School supporting the Reflector were the Bulldog Review, Future Teach- ers of America, Distributive Education, Band Boosters, and Athletic Boosters. Inflation and increasing costs of mater- ial have caused the price of publishing the annual to rise to almost S14,000. Costs were 513,000 in 1976. Contributions through advertising made it possible for the Reflector '77 staff to offer the annual for a lower price to the subscriber. Reflector '77 wishes to take this opportunity to thank all high school organizations and local advertisers for their continued support. 222 Community , ssl Q it 4,11 7'+e. get ,..',- t. H - f .. ' jfw f . Q mg a. lm gigs? 'Q m y G d m avi Wy? 5 gg 2 it :tl h . .. .... . ., . , .,.. , . l ,. , B .2 121 rf nr, 17, E: 4' -' sf S Awjgsgrigggbr zgg ' rits t.. vast. fling. if 'EF' .,,, L . .- . 0 'sf' . .5 . , ,,, , -- X W -:, 5. f g w h. , , -. .J L 3 3 M2 ae" f ii w -P-il.. r 1:1 .- -:sig 's if it , ' gtaiw. . '- 'E ,:t .:4+ - -zu.: : 5-V.. it 5. fjiff 5-nh ext. ' . - 5 5 E 5 1 i ggi , . tiitiy gi g gg :gs -EE Q . Q5 45? 'T 1 4539351 L 4'rQM4E'..Q "' f, :'!i, fl '49, fax? ff- W ' " , -.L . ,,. ' t i" W K jf T5 . 1. W . :gt A gl -ivllfilt S-PL' .ef :4:.x '.t52?LQ5.59I.'3 1' n'1:h15"' i: fit s - '1 J'-. in N. -..' 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U.S. Diver's Equipment may be Route 63, Elida, Ohio is the only facility to teach U.S. Certified purchased there. For more information, phone 331-3268. . 1' :W 241. , ,f.. :.,.1...,,.rf1.f.,5..--s'y: A A, M, , , 7 f 'i..-1.41 Lima.ohio:4S8o2q 22CLAUDErAi-85895359-if 1 339 For high quality carpeting and service, shop at STAR CARPET AND CLEANING CO., located at 426 South Main Street in Lima, Ohio. Phone 227-2161. Remember STAR CARPET. Senior Diane Morris feels safe knowing that she is protected by Wendell and Helen Humphrey's GRANGE AND UNITED OHIO and OHIO MUTUAL INSURANCE located at 5850 Gomer Rd., Elida, Ohio. Phone 642-2101 for tops in service. DEAN GRIFFIN AND SONS. a name that is well known in Elida for quality furniture. Their location is at 4181 Elida Road. Community 223 224 Graduates pursue advanced education ear after year the number of high school graduates seeking higher education has risen. A Reflector survey revealed that more graduates from Elida have enrolled in technical, business, and liberal arts schools than ever before. Careers such as radiology, dental hygiene, business management, journal- ism, and architecture have been very popular with Elida graduates, and many obtained schooling for these jobs here in the Lima area. Area institutions of higher education included Bluffton College, Bowling Green State University, Lima Memorial School of Practical Nursing, Lima Technical College, Northwestern Business College, Ohio Northern University, and the Lima branch of the Ohio State University. See STEMEN'S CARPET for such come to STEMEN'S CARPET located brand names as Barwick, Viking, and at 2655 Dutch Hollow Road, Elida, Ohio. Magee. When looking for the best carpet, if tQ5ZI?fii5'2 Qliflwfif zfl ' W 'W ' ' I' sans- - sw' f ' ' -S .. ggi rw .ewes -as 'fm4t,.:" if - " 2 . as ,. 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Stimfif'-faf " 3 euwgtlifwfsfqs , eiiigi ,H i.fe5fJ.s.Miq35 ,Mfg it i it is , .gt ww 4, P+ yi. 4 ssh M S F as Nwisgwsgbgkggg tw R433 4 i3?g5fi:i'a'f3:" dbz ini? ng 'iwgfga i irgifaifi to f' ' Q Y ii Z U g-5'ft?'f Emil at .E Emi viii .rss-s4,i,,1iT,-.1 i ws L df .ma tw iii' V flair' 3 swells t v tjiffai' :N f 4 1 Q " ' 145 S f A J fl if H ' Community if I M Senior Kari Foust suggests that ELIDA GROOMING SERVICE offers the best services for all your pets' grooming needs. It is located at 6024 Billymack Road. Phone 640-4191 today. Elida students are confident of their future when they are insured by LESTER D. CRESSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY. He will take care of your future and present insurance needs. He is located at 206 West Kiracofe, Elida, Ohio. You can also reach him by phoning him at 640-2073. Come to him for all your insurance needs. cated at Cable Rd., I X y x .72 ,EP ..... 32 -+- .2 X X his TOWN AND COUNTRY FURNITURE SHOPS, located in the Ameri- store to help you in specific areas of interior design. Stop in and see can Mall, offer you top quality furniture. TOWN AND COUNTRY them in the American Mall for all your present furniture needs. FURNITURE SHOPS also have various divisions within their own Community 225 Community of Limo centrolly situoted O ne of Lima's outstanding assets is its location, which makes it the regional metropolis of Northwestern Ohio. An ex- cellent network of roadways serves the city of Lima located on I-75. Since the nearest major cities are 75 miles from Lima, the city dominates the area as an employment and retailing center for the 430,000 people who live in Allen and the nine surrounding counties. Easily accessible over some of the best roadways in the state, Lima is 35 minutes or less from any community in the ten county trading area. On a larger scale, Lima is centrally located in one of the nation's most popu- lous and productive regions. 0023 6hQE2Zd7Y7l?67 ' lllclfsz McKEE DOOR SALES are specialists in maintenance and repairs. Owner T. L. Shenk can be contacted at 4129 Elida Road or phoned at 331-5291. You can trust McKEE. Located at 580 N. Cable Road, CHAR-LYN BEAUTY SALON is the place where your beauty is their duty. For an appointment call 222-8896. Call CHAR-LYN BEAUTY SALON today. liiirife igellerswi 2 CARRY uurl 213W 2 -all P f--...ar THE WINE SELLER'S CARRY OUT serves you with the finest. Lo- 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to cated at 3403 West Elm Street, they also offer a choice of freshly 12:00 p.m. to serve you. Phone 999-1901. THE WINE SELLER'S. made pizza, beer, and wine. Open Monday through Thursday 226 Community s5'All'5' SERVICE S PARTS elef 1 PN f' ,Q UE , .I il1itil1i.!.l.!iag,,i!12iiiit att' Peoples National Bank DELPHOS, OHIO 45835 Phone 419-692-8015 'ETEE EEUFE f gg c' ---+!i"'?:E?5,,,.'1:-'T'-vi Qc ' ff 'f' . DRIVE IN-SERVICE Member "The Friendly Bank... F D I C in Americas Most Frtendly City" Junior Monica Guagenti gets all her favorite flavors of ice cream at BASKIN ROBBINS located in the American and Lima Malls. Try one of their thirty-one flavors of delicious ice cream. "They are all great." t t . ,., LTZAPPLES mc., MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS -- p Success Mofxvahon msvsxeufon rw . V Inslitutejnc. I The Dynamic of Academic Success Program gives you the power to change your dreams into realities. For more information, call, write, or visit HOLTZAPPLES, INC. at 216 S. Greenlawn, Elida, Ohio 45807. 2. if ' V 2 rIxx"x V if I S.-:TT f ' i ll. - --+-Q Q-. . kv 2 at T 17 .. fi f- ff" M w'1j,.,,, jl ,f rl I 'aas l re. ' When ill, let your pharmacist, Tom Wiechart, serve you and your medical needs. WIECHART WALGREEN AGENCY PHARMACIES are located at 1038 N. West Street and 1717 Shawnee Road. Phone 225-5721, HOFELLER, HIATT, and CLARK Menswear Specialists 237 N. Main Lima Mall 228-5621 331-6015 lRENE'S 115 N. Elizabeth Street Bridal Wear, Formal Gowns, Tuxedos 228-1451 Community 227 Elidions enioy mony types of omusemenf P eople in Elida and Allen County are putting the area recreational facilities to great use. Students of Elida have a selection of activities to choose from which include six golf courses, Indian and St. Marys' Lakes State Parks nearby. Also, there are five motion picture theatres, four drive-in .movies, and four bowling establishments. NORMAN J. FOUST, located at R.R. 172, Dutch Hollow Road, now has new homes and lots available for sale. Telephone him at 640-6311 for your future home. Foust allotments are located south of Elida. Mr. Foust builds homes that have quality and beauty. G Elida O.W.E. students know that R Er J Drive, are one of the finest housing APARTMENTS, located at 128 Circular facilities in the Allen County area. 228 Community .. if' .Q Ort Q. 3 sr 3. fl ,gg - rin- STN-1 Senior Mark Krone examines a car worked on at FOUST RADIATOR U 5 REPAIR. They also do a fine job on auto, truck and tractor repairs. ft I I Phone them at 222-6781 or stop in at 108 W. Wayne in Lima. . ,gl Elida Students know they can depend on HAROLD'S PARTY SHOP for all their party needs. The friendly sales people and its location at West Street and Kildare make it a good place to do your shopping. HAROLDSI We always cater to your party needs. y y I Eighth Grader Stacie Wright just can't keep her mind on her school work because she's going to bowl at MOREO LANES after school today. MOREO LANES is located at 165 E. Circular Street in Lima. You will never be sorry if you patronize the EQUITY ELEVATOR COMPANY. EQUITY is located at 104 S. Main Street in Delphos, Ohio. They will give you the best deal in town, so visit them today. X Ken 'if T-I Lt I 1 'I A r S . ggi-a .'.,,' ikjifaffflfflLESS,-:"s .. .,g. Yf ffl. yff . i L' . F?'QfL'U1PtMall. ss 909751 it 331-0151-I' - A sg . f f w .L QE' . ,,,. . ,I , f- - :Uggm Tai Community 2 230 Limolond residents reflect their toith M ore than 150 churches lin the Lima- land areal which represented some thirty-five denominations of the Protes- tant, Catholic, Jewish and other religious faiths reflected the importance of Faith in God. Size and strength of the religious com- munity have been increased as the area has grown. This was evident in the con- tinuing remodeling, expansion and new church projects. Area residents indicated the value they placed on religion by having their own twenty-tour hour religious radio station, the Good News Station, WTGN. Major financial support for the radio station came from donations by its listeners. That familiar triumvirate of American life, the home, the school, and the church, was the cornerstone of one of the most important aspects of life for the vast majority of the Limaland residents. ...i ggi F il X Y it t 2 . 8 Q 'M SHAFER'S MEAT MARKET, newly lo- cated at 2201 Allentown Road, Lima, offers the finest quality meat products. For all your meat market needs, visit SHAFER'S MEAT MARKET or call 222-3781. Community ! I 5' I !? . ii gg iw, IIGB' stance Asm nf, 5 ,. ,, ,A .a - -- ' ,M ' ffl -I .1 ,. gid , ' -'Y' , - --., 1 ' -v:1'1' ' s . . an - . . ' 'Magnus W?" f 5- " , ., . miss, - ' Fwsee, is . N :ff " , , 111 me "' ' Q - Elida residents know that BLUBAUGH SERVICEMASTER is the place to go for all home and commercial cleaning. Ph. 227-0171. For furniture, appliances, carpet, Magnavox TV and Stereo, house- wares, and gifts, come to WESTRICH'S in Delphos. They have two locations, one at 203-05 North Main Street and the Annex at 238 North Main Street. Phone 692-9811. You will be glad you came. xx Kewl' GW' KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN, located at 710 North Cable Road is the place to buy your chicken dinners. Come in and visit the Colonel today. For fast courteous service always stop in at LADD'S UNION 76. Also, for 24-hour wrecker senfice phone 640-2301. It's LADD'S in Elida. I Community 231 A, ,.,, , ,. Www K KVVVV 'RHF 'YUM W-nv'--v-Q ,ewan Ir-F 'ml fl"-'QV up-mpn,...,,, ., Y ,,,.,. I . 'Qs' lulv-Q-new-A , fmt QE fs-L. Mn 232 Community x fn Y 1'h"W'w ,-I-, 15+ 3212 annual WMM? Medio meets needs ix local stations satisfied the music needs of Lima. WIMA and WCIT rep- resented the AM frequency. FM stations included WIMA-FM, WDOH-FM, WLSR- FM, and WTGN-FM. Community antenna service allowed for additional stereo listening from sur- rounding cities and towns. Residents of the area also helped in radio transmitting as specialized networks of ham citizen band radios assisted in emergency com- munication. Television stations, WLIO and WBGU, supported the Broadcasting media. WLIO-TV was the local outlet for ABC and NBC while WBGU represented PBS. x L 1 .QLQSTI CREEK, FBU.lTMARK.ET- u 1 AN'?fNUFS53Yi 1 7 1 s at ateosiaeiigfomaine-Roady ' 228-5212 . A ' Limaite John Mongelluzzo says, "For fresh lobster and fine Italian cuisine dine at MlLANO'S." A Located at 415 W. Market Street, this restaurant rovides rooms for business meetin s, D 9 private clubs as well as proms. Also, at MILANO'S, live entertainment enriches your dining pleasure. Phone 225-4981. You'll enjoy the new Tiki Room. ' . . ,,.., , V- l T I , -s,,,,,.- - -...s.-.e-f.-f:!!.S'4'2'ff.-fr2"-g3,:4:6l-?.1? s' -f ?'11.z' 5 "T..."M::i,-F." ,,.'7i1':.:i".. " We in , f'l'lf:QZEfax6Qm-fili-253E215?3.g-2-:Em i 3:4-5e"iQ""""'a'm" " , ,...,... ,,.,ZT' fi Jean-fe::g13fes':?'5T 1? 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" L mf . 1 ,. 1-, , 25?f1ri"" -f. -- - 1 ' "m 'f5f M mffi- 1 ' if 2' i?V:?.f-f' fzf'5,1 5-51. 5145 2'-ff. east-f-2-few.,-t ,.:,r,,.Qg-1-M,- A. :-,.,., ,,M v a ? 'ff-ae.e.-i.1,a-5-.greaesir ml .....11f-.z,i-:wb - ' 'H-'IL 1 .R 'ifQf-TZ'?:-E-ZeZZvT'Z4?,'Sc'-f1-.- e 'T-35-f'-'HE 'f3'V7'3'3-Q'37'47"2mf- ,J e .-..-...a.v-.-.e-:Lm For people who love to bowl, keep the ball rollin' at TWENTIETH CENTURY LANES. It is located at 547 South Main Street, and has twenty-four automatic lanes and billiard tables. They also have a complete game room. You'll have a ball at TWENTIETH! Hll It llllfl O LIMA, OHlO A5807 O TELEPHONK 728 3211 D V For everyones insurance needs, WEBB INSURANCE at 212 West High Slreel in lima is the place lo ga. Fire, casuallyfor automobile insurance, whatever fha need, the friendly agents at WEBB INSURANCE, wilh lheir courteous ser- -1694 oo ce WEBB 4 4- A 'fl lu in msuamcs Q ' 'FL AGENCY v lo' QV' - , E i' ' vice, will draw up cn plan to suit il. For an uppainlmenl dial 228-3211. lff' lhere is no ,answer or if it is cr Sunday or holiday dial 225-8636, 222-2516, 991-1986, 991-5471, or'64O-2412. " ' Community 233 Limo Moll events drow icirge crowds ttentionl "Ladies and gentlemen, the A President of the United States, Gerald Ford." These words were spoken at one of the many exciting events attended by Elida students at the Lima Mall. Besides the visit from the President, the Lima Mall was also the site of an area schools art show, a Corvette show, as- sorted crafts and skills exhibits, and a visit from George Foster and Sparky Anderson of the Cincinnati Reds. Over sixty stores including Sears, J.C. Penneys, Elder Beerman and Lazarus served the needs of Elida school district's residents from Christmas shopping to shopping for school clothes. Jewelers, drug stores, banks, restaur- ants, book and music stores, and smaller clothing and shoe stores make up the rest of the wide variety of Mall SIOFGS. Providing a cool place to retreat from the summer heat, the Lima Mall was a frequent stop during many students' day. For your favorite sundaes, malts, banana splits, shakes and soft-serve ice cream, visit BUD'S DAIRY INN. BUD'S is located at 215 E. Kiracofe, Elida. Phone 640-2223. Closed Monday's and during the winter. CAMPNELL PEST CONTROL 1168 West North - P.O. Box 448 Lima, Ohio 45807 Phone - 229-0831 D and C MOTOR SALES 6190 Elida Road Elida, Ohio Phone 640-7834 234 Community ata' Junior Denny Oakman praises ED PEYTON VOLKSWAGEN-AUDI saying, "Heading out into the cold cruel world can make you feel little and insignificant and kinda weird at first because nobody else knows how good you really are." ED PEYTON, on Elida Rd. -'Q v ,I eiie ,',,h WWW, ...-1 ,-few, , ,ff-. WK it ' "1 -, -v 4 , ' 'Q 'haw lax if, 'H I 'AN X ex' I 95 Q f ,fi ,. ' 'W' ,,, .W I M' 5 'af t y 'P iv ' 'J ' ' 3 an 7 .f Q I . 1 1 -3 I 251. N y 0' Sig, '13 fille r . is I " af' f,.'?f' Q -H jg ' ' 'f ...V Vw r A .- 2 2 ' , .,,. 4 W""- J '11 'J I ' I DIETRICH INC. has carpet and floor covering for your every 2121 Elida Road. Phone 228-7551. DIETRICH, INC. meets all your decorating need. Shop DIETRICH, the home of distinctive floors, residential, C0mmel'CiHl and industrial deC0f3Yin9 needs- lan' d tmos here and courteous tions or go to 1800 Elida Road. You'II enjoy the BUCKINGHAM For gourmet dining in a relaxe warm a p , service, visit the BUCKINGHAM INN. Phone 225-3045 for reserva- INN which specializes in the foods of many nations. Community 235 Limolond supplies industriol powers I ndustw plays an important role in the Lima community, Ford, Dana, West- inghouse, Clark Equipment, Sheller- Globe and Procter and Gamble are just some of the "big name" industries with plants located in Lima. Other nationally known manufacturers include Ex-cell-o, Warner and Swasey and Monsanto. 7. PETS POTPOURRI serves Limaland with its pet supplies. lt is located at 2205 North West Street. Open seven days a week. Phone 222-8106. Elida students ride to school comfortably in buses from the SUPERIOR LIMA DIVISION, a division of Sheller-Globe Corporation. District offices are located in Lima, Ohio and Kosciusco, Mississippi. 236 Community , Q 'f' z. ' ' - Q I K . r ' Q-, V 1 rv I Jzmzawzle Mdllfflifd 13' M I l I ' ,fy 'X t l ' e ' ,X . ,f' I jgraoff 11 fwfm fqofl 125' , ff ' X ,.f', , 3 , Q ,, v. ff I .Ig JQZMZMW, ,mf 5 S .,'1 Wy . 4 fr J rf Z1 Thrs philosophy oi community concern V contrnues lo guide us more than a mfg' 1 century alter Pelalrah Webster Huntington 462255 92 lounded the lrrsl rn our Iamrly ol , gl , Huntington Banks Q ' We srnve lO combrne sound experuence :" A - 1? with young Ideas to provide the highest 3 's -ff' qualrty banking services We actively 4 Involve ourselves ln the community lorlxq- .,. "fi, 3 the vvellare ol all I ,W I X ik . 1 ,, l rg In these ways we measure if--'-'X "f ' f our success ,L+ ,' fr I . XJ I ' Sf l I 'IJ' I Q f fd, I A Vffsyl, X, , Huntglgtan g my A ,f ans E-EM, r I f f ' THE HUNTINGTON , , be , 4 r FIRST NATIONAL BANK ,X , OF LIMA One of nine branches of the area's only full service banking systems is located at 305 Kiracofe Avenue, Elida, Ohio. This Elida office of THE HUNTINGTON FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LIMA is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and of the Federal Reserve System. "The bank where you are some- body special," combines courtesy, integrity, and excellent service to keep its customers coming back. Bank THE HUNTINGTON. DELPHOS AUTO SUPPLY INC. 202 Vllg,Tl15FQ,g, 2,.', ,.,, , . ,. 1. . 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I .J fl " sf fs- C ,sf A' A I ar e ' , M f s "ff, 1 ' If t , ' ' ' ' nf M A Q, 'Q ' ' 4' 'Bl "B, 's w I- k ' I ,'Y,,Q5Q' Q1 f '.f'2 -5.50, Z .fly Z rf w 2 as ' r' 5 I uf I QW G' , -fy N r? ' r' W' F V f 1 .V if-43:1 Y 1 I I as F ' ,Q ,nk ' I we . , V, Q 'LEW .1 , .A Vx" " 'Q I 'fd 'ls W I A. 'MJ' lr ,.HV" '- " -LL KRUSE SOHIO SERVICE provides Elida motorists with prompt, courte- ous service. Besides selling top quality petroleum products, they sell tires, batteries, and accessories. For fast American Automobile Associ- ation Service call 640-3111. Kruse is located at 101 E. Kiracofe. Community 237 Survey indicates one-third employed I n a recent survey, it was found that fifty-nine percent of the Seniors were employed. Thirty-three percent of the Juniors had jobs, while thirteen point three percent of the Sophomores joined the work force. Elida High students work approximately twenty-five hours a week. These employ- ees also attended school thirty-tvvo point five hours a week. Thus, they spend a total of fifty-seven point five hours a week in school or on the job. Polrons DELPHOS FOOD LOCKER, INC. GOM ER BARBER SHOP GOMER VILLAGE RESTAURANT HIIESALU TEXACO l l Kim Sherrlck says for the latest hair styles come to DORIS MALEY BEAUTY SALON in Gomer. Call 642-2319 xx X 238 Community . M W W f-Jw? 5 lzllt fefliz WHITE C01'I'AGE RENTALS, located at 2019 Elida Road is the place to go for trucks, tools, exercisers and trial rental. Phone 225-2010 today. 1977 cnt: fum Il' I 'om rmnutv 1 nom 5 sn mmutv mm., 1- , IOAD I ..N.,.vt u... nunius town BANK sultoms NIGHWAV MN emu ,,,G,, ,, tm .ut-nm new-.I raw U N.-,DM W, V srutwnzz orncr 5 .im mm , wmv 5 It Si I0 I wt ALL AROUND THE TOWN BANKING CONVENIENCE For pizza and sandwiches prepared to your taste, stop at the PIZZA RANCH at 1806 North West Street. Phone 222-9121 or 225-2121 for quick carry out food service and beverage assortment. PIZZA RANCH! High quality senior pictures such as this one of Ellen Sherrick are produced by her father, Mr. Kenneth Sherrick at SHEFIRICK FILM STUDIO, 6935 Ridge Road, Elida, Ohio 45807. Phone 640-3099 for an appointment. Community 239 ready to use it. For fresher food buy Tupperware by contacting PLUMMER SALES COMPANY. It is located at 1403 North Cole Street, Lima, Ohio. Phone 222-4796. How aboutaTupperware party? "M-...., Eagerly John McBride anticipates the first bite of his sandwich made Sophomore Jeff Schroeder visits TOMLINSON'S to buy his brakes with PRIDE OF LIMA meat The PRIDE OF LIMA PROVISION and springs. TOMLINSON'S is located at 212 South Elizabeth COMPANY is located in Lima The address 1304 Neubrecht Rd Street. The truck division is located at 1516 Findlay Road, Lima, Ohio tv 'M-f ,bmw- .ua-Q' hx Nerf Freshness ano quality are the key ingredients in every loaf of Nickle's bread. NICKLE'S BAKERY products at all leading grocers in the Lima area, or from their own shop at their own shop at 775 West North Street. V A -:--gg ,tty ' ' - ' Senior Frank Mull anxiously awaits a tasty meal from HAROLD'S FAMOUS RECIPE FRIED CHICKEN, located at 1425 Allentown Road and 959 Bellefontaine Avenue. Call 224-2966 or 228-9562 today. S ACME PHOTO SUPPLY, located at 207 West High Street in Lima, Ohio, supplies Jody Davis with all his photo needs. They serve amateur, in- dustrial, professional and graphic arts needs. Telephone 225-6961. Elidcfs bus system corries over 3,000 lida School System, which possesses E thirty buses, transports over 3000 students to and from school each day. Mr. Ed Sandy, the director of the bus system, reports that the buses travel over 1600 miles and make 109 trips daily. Other students at Elida drive them- selves to school. About 350 people have registered their cars in the Dean's office and have purchased parking permits. Lynn Klingler purchases her flowers at LARUE'S FLOWERS AND GREENHOUSES, East Main Street, Elida. Tell someone how much you love them with flowers from LARUE'S. Call 331-4426. il. Junior Tesa Brenneman can always depend on GLISTENIZ for the best in car care, to keep her car looking at its very best. For a cleaner shine, use GLISTENIZ, the world's finest car polish. Community 241 'ax For the best in diamonds and jewelry go to BASINGER'S JEWELERS, located at 140 Main Street, Lima, Ohio. They specialize in the finest diamonds, for someone you love. Call 222-8721. AI Post, Art Bruce, and Jack Hamel tell you to buy your Allis-Chalmers tractors and New Idea farm equipment from the GOMER FARM STORE, INC. which specializes in farm, lawn, and garden equipment. They also feature Dunham and Small hardware. Phone 542-3171 or 642-3332. if flsl C . C , 33 ...y pg aye. ., '-25 fnrwil as cccc . , ,. ,, My E R 1 c A N Q 0 1 N LA U N D R Y ll. img Gomen EQUITY mal ml l Did your washer or dryer break down? Do your clothes need a place to be washed or dried? Go to AMERICAN COIN LAUNDRY located at 2575 Sharon Place. Remember, bring your laundry to us! Call 999-4551. 242 Community is Zn. ., tg at GOMER EQUITY INC. deals in grain, seed, farm supplies, and Royster fertilizer. lt also offers bulk delivery and is located on Old Lincoln Highway. Call GOMER EQUITY, INC. at 642-3191 for all your farming needs. And GOMER EQUITY, INC. supports Elida. Go and visit NOTI' MAZDA at the new location, 3500 Elida Road. NOTT MAZDA f0l' the bf-EST in YOTHVY-engines-" NOTT MAZDA Sells Ted Plummer says "Stop in and test drive a Mazda and remember lVl6ZClaS and 9O0Cl used CHFS like this COFVGWG DlCTl-'fed hele- ,Tm W E SPYKER'S DRIVE INN RESTAURANT located at North and Spyker's will give you top quality at down-to-earth prices. When you McDonel, Lima, Ohio, offer Limaland good food with fast service. are hungry and in a hurry come to SPYKER'S DRIVE INN. Ted Plummer joins the Pepsi people feelin' free. PEPSI COLA BOT- FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL zE NpEn-KAHN Music g ,omo THEATER T ' it lMARcELLA's BEAUTY TSHOP, f TQMUNS0Nfl"Qi?1fiQ5EBVlCE- I E s1'lPPtcH 'fseuyhw' HARDWARE . Appliances? Peintsl- Hardweres laoo ivigisn .sgfeef - 2244010 2.1 Bellefontainel Avenue A l FreelPafkingianlBoth Sides E A Q 22536786 g T ,LEXIE'S PLACEfl A A 2 Complete Beauty for Meqpndi Wornenl ' V A A inynadiqHqspiwi Arcade . A f y ' A Open Monday thru Setbrday V lf g V I TLING CO. is located at 400 Greely Chapel Road. Next time you F9'APP?lW?'??'1.Ca"222'8?20EfiI want something great when you're dry, try Pepsi. Phone: 227-3541. Community 243 Stotus of athletics relies on Boosters I t would be hard to imagine the status of sports at Elida High School with- out the Athletic Boosters. Elida's Athletic Boosters supported the sports program by donating time and work for money making projects. Booster members ran the concession stands, sold mums for Homecoming, and painted the football field before the home games. Annually, the Boosters sold pro- grams at home games and gave the Golden Helmet Award to the most out- standing football player. Athletic Boosters paid for the all- weather track around the football field. The track may possibly be rebuilt in the next few years to meet the change to the metric system. 23,ggg3gl5ggL3,5-M,qw,-,fQ,,5,3g,3f,wep1,,.r,,.,,,,,.,,N .,,. .,,. , ,,,, ,,,,, .,,. , ,,,.,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,a,,,,.f. 1 l , M s,.,,,,..s,.., . ..,. l. ,,.A -,.,, ,. ,.,,..,,, ,,,..,,. ,,,,,., ,,,.,,,g,,.,,,f,m, fne1zwfev:f,,f f.,s-3-.mamwwf Q-f,,Q.ff.f.-. t , .s,f,.,...l.s,.,.f.,..1m. .f . . -zzzzrw-rt' -: frmvwf 'z1::::-zrrwczzcwuMewft ll 'f x v w "g: Q, eww. :::.:,::.,:::,.,:.vv.,' - : .!".1.'.'?1S"15EEV?i 1T'l?'?'tV'P ff'-fe .1 mr, A .i-ws..-Wt,:it-:iwas.Q E.. f M..-W,-. sz . . -...mms a,eg5,g: -'Qt f1v1"f'1f1fs1ffftime:-s52515-Ifigcarizsxxszf,fswa'fggrw fszslsagmf,i:Q1gi1.1-fy yfggg 153, 9,1-4533315 4 , ,N .. .. . . M. ,.., . , , ,, .1 .,.. ..,,, ..,,,. ,,, W., ,., ..,, .,.. , ,,, ,. W I amz: M 1-w+,+,,f , W- 4 t-.ft,,,ak,,,5,..,g.,,g.,5gs,t,,,.g.,. ,af 3.5,55sg Q .5 Mi, , .,,. ,,,. ,,.,,,,,, . N W. U. .,,, . ..,v..,s , ,,.,,.,. ,, .. . . . 5... ...: w..mm.,..eW-.t-cf , . ,,,,..,,..,,., H V- . ., . zszwrzerlza- 2,z,,ws:sw:w.rs,.se:'sixfgfiwzf-f:1g:,'g,f:,w?'wZ it -1. QW.. M-.,.,,s . ,,gf-...,,,,1,,,.i,tM,,.t3,-- . 1, ,f.,,,s,tgsgtasztezffztzss:gf,.s::-if J... . .. ,.Li,,g,3,i,,, ,,,.s,..,.,,,.,,,. sW.l,,,,., .,,., ,s,,.,1,1,.,,,s.,t.,.s.,,.,,,t, 244 Community 'S-0, 12 "fi:g'52.'A A ' .,. as -2 Ls? A 2 J. ...Q . :C J -4. f ., 1 ' Q '5i:7'Hf all gg.. . .. x. , , ,,,. Q... . ff' This stylish home, located in Laurel Oaks, was built by ALEXANDER BUILDERS. Their office is located at 2684 Dutch Hollow Rd., Elida. For Every second Monday of the month, the GOMER DADS' CLUB meets to discuss ways in which to aid the community. They have bought several pieces of equipment for the playgrounds of Elida fy? 14,27 To 'ff A 5 ff' ' ' . . M , :xi 1 X '19, . .x f . VIA if . ,,. N? , gy' gdgiif' Q 4 , lst f ,Q x. 1, 'S 5 -ff' .32 25 1 , A --.. , nw, ff" gy .W Q a top quality designed home of your choice, stop in and talk to Ronald H. Alexander, Jr. or telephone l419l 331-0341. It's ALEXANDER. 5 2 E -. Sophomore John Dukes says to go bowling at WESTGATE LANES at 721 North Cable Road or NORTHLAND LANES in the Northland Plaza. WESTGATE AND NORTHLAND LANES, schools, and have recently constructedanew baseball field. the finest in family pleasure. Telephones: 227-7321, 224-1961. Community 2 Short-order foods oppeol to hurried Eiiolo High pupils S uper food, and change for your dol- lar. These are some of the main qual- ities which enabled McDonald's to sell more than twenty billion hamburgers. McDonald's served as one of the more popular restaurants, as Elida students used it as a hangout after school. McDonald's has easily accessible res- taurants in the Limaland area located on North West Street, Elida Road, and Allentown Road. They have opened two new locations on Shawnee Road and next to Eastgate Shopping Plaza on Route 309. Another heavy promoter for the Elida community is Burger King, located on Elida Road and near the Eastgate Shop- ping Plaza on Route 309. lt, too, is a favorite Eida High hangout. g I , b Wi .yiv y , E xy, . 3 '1 5 My Seniors Wanda King and Elaine Alger know that EQUITY DAIRIES INC. is best in Ohio Dairy products. The address is 169 Grove. Phone 228-1015. EQUITY is tops in Ohiol .ntralw Savings Associationf Seniors, plan all your financial business with CENTRAL SAVINGS ASSOCI- ATION OF LIMA. Located at 215 West Market, they serve many people in the Lima area. Phone 227-2100 today. CLASSIC BOWLING SUPPLY, lo- cated at 444 South Main Street, furnishes many area bowlers' needs. Their number is 222-4951. lf you need any bowling accessories, call Bill Smith, the manager of CLASSIC BOWLING SUPPLY. I l 246 Community 2 Q S gf 255' RQ .. . .. V Q-WWXN f 552' L wif, 2 f fffff 7 4 A f 4 ,,, ff , ' 1Q,,f1Zf'i , f: ff X fu f'. M W1 'ff f. 4wf tW - H H' ', .mfEiillMlAi1Uii'flQ' W f Hu fff WV' 1 AA x Nxfx, XX X! Z .M .ii d..f?- f X F Xu QX ,,' ffl Community 247 Continentol climote describes weother lida area, having a continental cli- mate, averaged a temperature of 51.4 degrees Fahrenheit l20.51 degrees cel- ciusl. Annual precipitation averaged 35.9 inches. Several times in the winter the mercury dipped below zero, while on the other hand, it soared into the nineties during the summer. Temperature rising early in the spring gave a good start for the agricultural season which averaged approximately 157 days. rt' l Senior John Smith always goes to ROBBlN'S ELECTRIC COMPANY at Stewart and Bible Roads, Lima, Ohio. Phone Mr. Gene Cornell at INCORPORATED for all his electrical needs. ROBBlN'S is located 225-7711. Gene isa great guy who wants to help you. 9' le gs as a M .,f?gf .i W: :tw igs , ., -.st W-F17-M. 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With the high quality equipment available, you can be assured of the finest results. ELIDA MACHINE Er TOOL is located at 110 Kiracofe, in Elida, Ohio. Telephone them at 331-5586. .59 3 Band Boosters aid Niagara Falls trip B and Boosters, headed by President Norm Grigsby spent much time, money, and effort in aiding the band with an exciting trip to Niagara Falls. Without the help from the Band Boosters, this trip would not have been possible. Majorettes and the color guard re- ceived special instructions at a day camp paid for by the Band Boosters. Also, the Boosters sponsored band camp held at the 4-H Camp Palmer in Fayette, Ohio in August. Many band members were seen with shiny, new instruments as the Band Boosters spent 53,000 to purchase these instruments. Besides support- ing the band, the Boosters supported the Reflector staff by purchasing an advertisement. pkef2vg55,gQgliitilifillfti'jiE.LtSi1Qv'1i.-Mfiisiiffttl-Tififirili' 'ZISSSJEGEM'Wi-fffii2RW'ii?'iWi71133517'iiflil7f'5?i51l:iU7f3 ,r,gpgKmRW,.m,gwslbwi..,Z.UM.,i:,5W5:,gr5,:32fG9Vtw,1:gg.lme,:esss1fspsz''srgazstfzzseffas if 250 Community o V 1 9 1 w ' 1 llll IIIWBN 'I' MQEN I IT E I v 9 1 ' II' Hill VE BEEN g I'I' E because the scene changes : constantly. . .making this THE : grooviest shop in town for gals' , and guys'threads. Always the FIRST 0 place to shop- because we have it : FIRST. o O 8 000 000000000 0000: CLOTHESQSTUFF: 4 2 TO csv AHEAD : 7 O S V Q Eastgate Village . . M 3 Square Mall . 5 E 3 227-2999 ' r , open Daily 10-9 2 o00o000000000o00000: SUn"a'12 ' 5 2 it 5 Senior Dan Staas enjoys getting his hair cut by the professional barbers e o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q Q o o o o o o at SUBURBAN BARBER sHoP in the Lima Mau. Telephone 331-5602. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL WX 1' GRADUATES. U X to TVA SAX X Vg f , X ,A 95 L W ah A 'IIE 7. ---,QLD ::LqRl4 Iliiisillll LIMA,OHlO 45807 9' Come to CLARK for the best in heavy duty machinery. CLARK EQUIP- f MENT COMPANY LIMA DIVISION is IOC8t9d at 1046 South Main in Lima. Community 251 Sixth lake is built ater used in Lima's water system is stored in six area reservoirs. The six reservoirs are: Fergesun Lake, Metzger Lake, Bresler Lake, Twin Lakes, High Street Reservoir, and the Lost Creek Reservoir. Being the newest of the city's six- reservoir system, Bresler Lake stores five billion gallons of water and provides an extensive recreational area for boating and fishing. "W . . Junior Cathy Hunter will testify that G Et G BICYCLE SHOP, at 504 Kiracofe Road has a complete line of Huffy bicycles, fully assembled and fully guaranteed for your riding Phone 331-2898. Remember the G Er G BICYCLE SHOP in Elida, Ohio. up-wt it pleasure. J.S. Gumby, J.B. 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'- -eras., -11221519-itsS215-wzeagflz ffi,..+-,milfstt2:LaQs.f..Q!f?':t S S ! a at-as-zlfixwfrlaetmiffwzs-. ,N wwf.. ttgrswa ixrs as fa 1-if we11swf.,-freer:pfglffmsi M231 Y"m,1e-.r..tt,.,1.f,sn..yeewffQ+.ztes.--Mvwmwtsfssss.sm:'..'.f::tS5wa' 252 Community I GET MY' l3lfllN'T" wfvranqirfwcf- owe BY MOWERY' P'4"W'NL" cQmPf-wy,sNc, 607 wE5T 1-HG!-I STl2Eli'T'Z IJMA OHIO' THEY' DO c oMHERcf1AL. AND INDUSTIQHI-XL. wofqx mrsfefofe Amo Exfefzmnp Pfnwrmldj Bmusn Amo SPR!-1Yi ANU COMMERCIAL 012YwnLL, CALL THEM N03-U AT 223 -4906 Community 253 254 Hoverman Studio serves Elida oreo L ocated on Route 309, Delphos, Ohio, Hoverman Studio specializes in quality portraits, weddings, and family group pictures. John R. Hoverman has used his professional knowledge in photographing many events at Elida for the past fifteen consecutive years. This summer, Betty Hoverman received her Photographic Craftsman Degree. The requirements were twenty-five merits from Professional Photographers of America which she earned through teaching skills of photography. This was a great honor. - This Reflector '77 Staff appreciates all the services that the Hoverman Studio has given Elida School. ,. Junior Chris Taylor says, "For all parties and picnics, or any occasion requiring ice, visit L 8 C ICE SALES, 4343 Gomer Road, Route 3, Elida, Ohio." Phone G.0. Long at 331-5236, or Ted Carter, 227-8106. Keep your beverages cool with ice from L Er C ICE SALES. ,4.w. i I I . J 2 A , ., i ' :.,- it ' - - .- .. 4 le - 'J' - , , ,I sl , W .Q if , E . , ..., if if.: .an 'Q ,I -A A aitggiiili g 5 A M V. -X if H n .,... . ..., , , ,,, ,, ...l at i ll l "iSgi1M.i..I,l,.u,L,y gig lags . li:-?2i5if 5fE Eg Q I lv. .,.s " "t' hel 1 ' I - ' M fkfff ,si . 'I f I I ' R rve 4 til i fr 'f f I R ' . R " I 4' vhvhvv . v e lllrf . ., . ..,,, , .,.. ,.' I I ,..t srlst . l 7 ' "f44r1TQ.?ilff'irff is :'Q'-ffl .,.l -if 'L DAY'S INN MOTEL, located on Neubrecht Road, offers quality accommodations and low nightly rates. Phone ahead at 227-7417 tg 3 Ugg, i F 'Z-,Q,if.w 5 .,,, V ,1 f xy- Z - .U ,'txf':isj' j . .. .. 1 , if :H ' : 1 ,gs . -V fa?----1-Wle,I...,, i ..i.n..:1fM , . - W f f Y. I ' ,, ,, .,- ,.,,, m 7 f ' if ,-Zff.Q,,f1y-i"gi'.55 Q gi gggi.Qgg,ig.gg.fj2jj.i"'.QggQ, -if Li , r . .ff--I Visit NORTHLAND '76 gas station at 1590 N. West Street for all your automobile needs. They offer low prices and wreckltow service. Communtly or just drop in. It offers air-conditioning, color television and a swimming pool. And say, there's a fine restaurant, too. Thank you . . . a friend. ,fy ' if-W, Xi, W wr. R ,Sf-X AA. V .-, .f , 1yf'1+' f New - :ii K 3, S X 1' w 'H x 1 Use 'Q J 8, it .1 VI 5 SJ' fr 'sf l fi ,W 5, 2, ' , , 1 W " I ' ,L ,' .A QF? , I " x . ,Q ' . f-' 2 ' ' Y 2 , I we fmbm 1 256 Elidq rescue squqd qssists community R everberating sounds filled the com- munity as the Elida Rescue squad provided residents of American Town- ship with rescue or removals and transfers 24 hours a day without charge. Each of the 30 members has obtained well over 100 hours of training. Since June of 1974 the services of this squad had been util- ized on over 1000 emergency runs. Elida's Fire Department and Rescue Squad is a member of the Allen County Mutual Aid Pact, which brings together all Departments in Allen County in the even of a natural disaster. The Rescue Squad personnel continually take in- service training both in the classroom and in the area hospitals. Community "l"'l' 'H--f"' Qg,'gg,g-figure ,,1,FEf.'.Gxf. cg: s --Phila' " L, . ' ,..- MV.. W ... . J ,V , . ,Q-.. iw' - fewife-'f ,pm 'A ' .,g',:f:. ,,.f:' -'W . . ,,,,,.v W-f' "" ' .-.:"- ' "- FU' . , ' A, .9 tif-'-7, . , . - N' .. f f I . ' 3 :51 -1 e f' ' fe -- 1 . A "if'W'W'1fft"t" A .. Q. K A - 4 . A4 ' ,... , . " 'ff-,ff , 5'-5 , 3.1. 'tv -, 2.5. 1- 'rf .D ' ' ' " , I- ' ,...-V - t , , , ju. sr' 4.,,..,.?2.Z'iQ - ' f+- , - . . . NW- -""' ew... .We W, 'fs -11, H ..,. ...r-mf'-v-tg f , .. , - .. !"""f""f deff 'aff-Sassy' 'f M .Q ' 'W-N L - " M - . - 1 V - ' Yes, it's another beautiful Bowman homel Bowman's uses only the finest lumber and building materials to insure the ultimate in quality houses. HOWARD BOWMAN, BUILDER is located at 3855 Irvin Road, Elida for your fine cabinetry. 4" 55 Q-1-Yr L Q -,fj- '. ,wilful K N AJ'i,i'. ui J U I xv.. . -, u u ' A . W - , .L-A VI! . !..llll-El -Hb A m. 1 , LEWIS MEMORIAL CHAPEL 828 Bellefonfoine Ave. . 1 Dj - ll 'QQ - 'lf H-. , - V T! 5-' ' 'pil of -- All ll.P"lQLE Q' V " lv ' 'T WEST WAYNE STREET CHAPEL W. Wayne of Washington St. CHILES AND SONS-LAMAN, INCORPORATED a family dedicated to service senles you at three locations: the beautiful Chapel of Memories on Shawnee and Spencenlille Roads, Lewis Memorial Chapel at 828 Bellefontaine Avenue, and West Wayne Street Chapel at Wayne and Washington Streets. Community 257 Limolond hospitols expond facilities L ima Memorial Hospital has added to its facilities. In January of 1975, the Hospital opened the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Center. Their action for this was due to the need for increased rehabilitation emphasis for post-cardiac patients. This is just another example of going out of their way to senle the com- munity. St. Rita's has also been busy. It has modernized the surgery floor by pro- viding eight new major, well-equipped rooms, a special x-ray procedure room, and two minor rooms. ln addition to all of this, it has added the Surgical Inten- sive Care Unit, a 36 bed surgical unit, and Mercy Hall which is an out-patient care center for the treatment of alcoholics. The Barnbuster is only one of the specialties of the RED BARN. Customers are always assured of fast senfice and delicious foods. It is located at 837 West North Street. Phone 224-1781. Try RED BARN, you'll be glad. lt is newly redecorated to better serve you. Hea is w ring problems can be helped, call 223-2756. BELTONE of 38 Publi aiting to serve you. Stop in today and begin to hear a little easier. AIRCRAF1' DYNAMICS specializes in DC power tools. lt is located et U.S. Route 309 and can be contacted at P.0. Box 3038, Lima, Ohio. Remember, its AIRCRAH' DYNAMICS for quality tools. 258 Community c Square in Lima, Ohio Y -lm! -' I .6 ' Y' ' T L-T?-5 jf 3 7 'H sf f S - Es: isa gi- 4 ? if r A. . 4 . . A Q. .3- li "Wwe - 9. - J rf ' pp tim e-.--Vt , - s 5 f s a u t e, B+" , Q was V -' I r I ' .E S' ' " N WS" - .Llc-s TRUCKL0ADSALEiWai 'e' f' l -Zen - - , rw . S L S xv' f -f 'L 'Ji M "" : i" aff'-I at gt P A----M - 1 ,t --2-1 .- -f T-BV' ' IRQ is - ' . lm I 'Q "'T"2"+ ' if?- as ' ' Q' -- t. . . '-i1w.s. lH.. x-X- -'rvrsL:.:v1"f'4mXfS1'.,........ta..v.sI'lJ.:,,.:,,s, Shop at CLYDE EVANS MARKET for all your grocery needs. CLYDE EVANS MARKETS serve you at four locations in the Lima area. Open 24 hours a day to better serve you. A .way AX ., 5 , Shop for your clothes at BETTY JANE'S at 207 North Main Street in Delphos. Phone 692-6946. We're the best! THE NAUD NOD MEANS THAT YES GQ KBE Inc,1976 A .,,. is t YOU GIVE ami ..., .,.,,, H.,jf .,.4.4 'eilusrnemonu You 4.35-2:2:1:2g:f:k!' I .-fffffif fi .JM NIZMUED A LINCO YES- KI N D OF DEAL Mark V Lincoln Mercury Comet Monarch Capri Cougar Bobcat Dave Laman, Ken Morrison, Jerry Bach, Paul Wright Ben Whitson, Dave Rowe, Dick Kahle and Tom Meyer DEAL AT THE SIGN OF THE CAT Your TOTAL Auto Dealer 1350 N. CABLE np. 4191227-7400 .... .,,., . ,, For all your Christmas needs AND GAR- DEN. lt is located at 775 Why wait until the weather turns cold to think about that old furnace? Think ahead, and be prepared. Take all your plumbing and heating needs to G.L. EAGY PLUMBING AND HEATING, INC. Box 657, Lima, Ohio. Phone 640-2711. Community 2 Unemployment rote lowers notionolly O ur Nation's employment situation has substantially improved from its low level in 1975. Employment increased giving jobs to about three million more people. Unemployment declined from more than eight million in mid 1975 to about seven million by mid 1976. This decline was most pronounced among adult men. Unemployment for adult men was about 6 percent by June 1976, compared to 7.2 percent at the height of the un- employment increase. Our nation's overall unemployment rate which had peaked at 8.9 percent in May 1975 and dropped to 8.3 percent in December, showed a further drop to 7.5 by June 1976. To help you with all of your insurance needs located at 305 Masonic Bulldlng Phone 90 T0 DESHI-ER INSURANCE AGENCY. 222-0751 or 225-6452 We re your friend P.,,.,.-..- mcoitc l Arrows E S ATE Cll-Ill IDA B SEBAll..L 2 IONS Thanks to a friendl R Two Customers find that R.T. DAVIS AVIS AND SONS, Gomer Ohio IS a good For best 1351509 Pilla. S8I'1ClWiCh6S, and italian foods visit the service station, grocery, and hardware store. You are invited to stop by PIZZA VILLAGE at 2102 Elida Road. Phone 228-9269- or phone them at 640-3361. lt's R.T. DAVIS for one stop shopping 260 Community 5 Azz: ..- X 4' Z3 ., ' 1, 4. , , V . 'Q 3572 ff l wQA"'1A" . A v Y . 7 1 'V r. 1 23" . , R gre it .W 1 -,,::,4Jhi ' . M. ..,,5,w,J5l9s?Mi- 'Wd Vyg: 1 I :gif ,Q J .2 A 'G 3 , 1 f ,, AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS, the world's largest transmission specialists are ready to serve you. AAMCO is located at 554 West Market Street in Lima, Ohio. Phone them today at 419-227-3442. Visit ASIA EMPORIUM at 1850 Spencerville Road for oriental food, merchandise and tailoring. Try things the oriental way. .f.QSenior Martha Long -enjoys doughnuts from T TDQUGHNUTS, 405 Kiracofe Street, Elida, Ohio fume. ohio, featuring fine pastries and baked goods. AT HART'S We've.got your Illlgi We're official headquarters for your class ring. So come in soon, See our collection at HART JEWELERS. .Y A . Located at 126 West High Street, Lima Ohio. Phone 225-3771 sometime soon. .., . t . ' I- C - -, a J 1 ,gl 'Z QE! 3193 X Q X I . 5 for ex- Located Community 261 Colasanti, James . ,...,., . ........ AAMCO-Crumrine V Join Greg Adams in buying the finest vitamins, foods, and body building supplements at ELIDA HEALTH FOODS, 101 West Main Street. BETTY JANE'S .. .,......... ..... 2 59 Bevilockway, Mrs. Peggy . ......... 193 Bible, Karen .......,..... .... 48 ,145 Bible, Sheila .,......... ,.... 1 75 Bible, Tami ....... ....... 1 75 Bilbrey, Jeff ........ ..., Bilbrey, Tammie ..... Bilbrey, Tracy. . Billings Allison . Blake, Bea ...... Blake, Brett ..... Blank, Debby .... Blank, Durel .... Blevins, Carey . .. Blowers Gina ................,... BLUBAUGH SERVICE MASTER ,.,.. BLUE PEAKS .. Blue, Stephanie.. Blymyer, Barb U. . . Bogardus, Chris . B A Bogne 2 ogner, nn .... IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bogner, David .... 27,I34, 36,138,139 r, John .... Bo ner, Mary .... Bo , Florence Bok, Richard .... Bok, Steven ..... Bolender, Terri . . Bolender, Renee . Boley, Boohe Boohe Kris ...... r, Kim .... r, IMelva . . . Boop, Kim ...... Boo hby, Lisa ... Boothby Sondra. Belkin, ban ...................... 187 Bowen, Billy ... Bowers, Bowers, Bowers , Bowers, Kyle .... Bowers, Bowers, Bowman, Darlene Bowman Bowman, Bowman, Kevin 7 Bowman, Rachel. Bowman BowiviAN's CABIN Bowse r, Kim .... Bowsher, Dennis .......... 127,130,169 Bowsher, Jeft , . , Bowsher Shelly .,.. Bow er Maisie .... ....145 33187 ... 40,169 .. ....... 175 169 181 . .164 181 181 .11 231 222 187 181 175 145 187 181 175 164 . .... 187 175 181 145 ..........169 175 ....108,133,169 .. .......... 169 ..........181 . ................. 175 Craig iRonl ...... 27,35,129,145 Gerry ................. 27,175 Kevin ..........,..... 131,175 Lisa ...... 24 27 35 42104125 ' ' ' ,132,164 Mary Anne ....... . ....... 181 ,Jane1. . .. .'.'.'.'4d,15e,' Kevin E93 .... ........ Sheldon ................ ET SHOP ..,.... 27 221 181 175 187 217 ......... .175 ..........1a7 ....82,145,150 Boyd: l-Iarold ..... 107,169 Boyd, Paula ..... ...... . .187 Boyd, Penny .... ...... 1 B1 Boyer, Ken ...... ,.... 1 75 Boyer, Mr. Sam .... ..... 1 64 Boyle, Beth ..... ..... 1 64 Boyle, Russell ..... .... 1 1 Bracy, Jodie ..... ..... 1 B1 Bracy,Mitch .....187 Brad ord, Debbie .... ....... 1 87 Bradford, Sabrina , . . .... 67,169 Brandon, Deanna Brandam, Melinda ... ............181 General Index This general index contains the names of all students, teachers, non-teachlnjg personnel, school organizations, and a - vertisers. A AAMCO TRANSMISSION ........... 26 ACME PHOTO. ................,.. 241 Adams, Dorcas ................... 164 Adams, Greg ...... 35,45,48,145,150,262 Adams, John ..................... 175 Adams, Melinda .................. 187 Adams, Michael ..... .164 Adams, Steve .... .... 2 7 67 Adams, Tracy ......... .... 1' 69 Qgtkins, grlan .....,..... ..... B ins re .................. , AincnAFr Svumviics ............ 258 Akers, Troy ......,. . ...... 110,131,175 ilco, Alilce ..,......... .......... 1 co, u e ............. . ....... Alco, Pete .............. ..... 84 ,169 ALEXANDER BUILDERS ........... 245 ei ' ................. 7,418,145 Ame" me ...... 169 ....175,180 ......175 Alger, Gayle ....,....... Alger, Janet- .......... Al emeier, Cindy ..... Allen, Cathy, ..... ... Allen, Mrs. Pam Allman, Patty .... Alspacn, Darrell . ,. Als ac , erry ..... Alt,pMrs. Darlene .......,.......... 201 Altstaetter, Marcia ........... 32 67,145 Altstaetter, Mark .............. 131, AMERICAN COIN LAUNDRY . ..... . ....181 ......193 ....145,153 ......164 ........175 Amlin, Laura . ................... . 175 242 181 Amlin, Mark ............,... ..., 1 75 Amlin, Michelle .... .... 1 67 Anderson, Dee ....... .... 1 87 Anderson, Robert ................. 181 Ansel. Kristi ........ , ..,.......... 187 Anton, Debbie ................. 74,169 ARA ROOFING AND SHEET METAL.261 ARMYS AUTOPARTS ...........,.. 212 Arnett, Gloria ..................... 181 Arnett Jack ...................... 187 Arnold Eva 154 ARTEX Hoaiaif i1Hob'licirs','iiiCI I I :251 ASIA emponiuivi ................. 261 ATHLETIC BOOSTERS ............ 244 Ault, Bruce ....,........ ...... 1 87 Ault, Janice .......... .... 48 ,175 262 Index Austin, Bill ..... .... 1 75 Austin, Charlie .......... .... 1 11 Austin, Mike .............. ....175 AUTOMATION PRODUCTS .... .... 20 1 Avery, Brad ............... .... 1 81 Avery, Kelly .... .. ....... .... 1 64 B Baber, Barry. ........ . . . . Baden, Carla ..... Baggs, Sharon .... Ba er, Debbie .... I5 a 6 ,R ....... .... 8 er ayna .... 181 181 Baker, Lisa ..... ........... 1 64 Baker, Mark ..... .... 36 ,114,164 Baker, Steve. . . . ......... 169 Baker, Tim ....... ....... 1 14,181 Baker, Todd M. ..... ....,........ 1 75 Ballentine, Greg .................. 181 Ballentine, Jerry ........ 45,145,252,271 ..........169 Ballentine, Karol .... ... Bambaloff, Terry . .. ....... 108,164 Bansfield, Doug .... Barker, Rob ...... Barber, Tammy ..... Barnes, Brenda ..... Barnes, Karen ..,.. Barnes, Keith ..... .....108 ,...187 ....145 ....175 ....1011 ......187 ....140,175 Barnes, Laura ..... Barnes, Paul .... ..... 90 ,175 Barnes, Rob .... ..... 1 75 ....169 Barnes, Robert ,. . Barnes, Steve .... ......187 Branham Rick... Bray, Judy ...... Breece, Jan ...... ............181 32,35,45,145,150 ..............76,164 Breece, Mr. Dan ....,........ 46,47,198 Brenneman, Bonnie .... ..... . ..,.. 1 81 Brenneman, Brenda ... ...... ...7B,169 Erenneman, ljllrs.tCaroline ......... renneman, ane ............... .. Brenneman, Kim .... ..46,47,82164,263 Brenneman, Stan ............ 35,47,145 Srenneman, gtan ............... 47,1255 renneman, usan ................ Brenneman, Teresa ....... 24,48,164,241 Brickner, Keith ....., . ....... 114,169 Brickner, Mike .... ...... 1 23,175 Bridges, Glenn .... ....... 1 B1 Briley, Nelda ..... .... 9 4,145 Broc , Cindg ....... . ....,. 181 Broughton, teve ....... .175 Brown, Arkley .... ..... 1 10,181 Brown, Bill ........ ...,.... 1 76 Brown, Cheryl .... ..... 1 40,176 Brown, Emerson .... .....,.. 1 81 Brown, Greg ...... ....... 1 45 Brown, Jeff ...... ..... 1 06,107 Brown, Kelly .... ....... 1 81 Brown, Lisa .,...... ....... 1 69 Brown Brown , Teresa ..... ........... 1 08,164 Tracey ....176 BROWN'S FLoori'a1ilii1tLLIfIff .... 212 Bnowws SUPPLY co ............. zoa Bruce, AI't..4 ..... . . . .242 Debbie ................ 169,176 Bruce, Randy .................. 77,164 Bruening, Gay ........... 35,48,140,146 Brutzer inda ...... 146 216 Bruce, Barnes, Tammy .... ..... 8 0,164 Barnes, Terri ....... ....,. 1 69 Barnhouse, Linda ...... .... 1 75 Sartels, rRAanldy ........... .... 1 art e ar .............. ...... ansirleens .lEwELEns ........... 242 BASKIN ROBBINS . ............... 227 Bastian, David ........ ..... 3 27,192 Bastian, Jamie ........ Baty, Julie .............. ...... 1 64 Baugh man Theresa . Baxter, Karen ............ ...... Bauman, Mrs. Suzanne ........ 196,123 181 Beale, John . .....,.............. . Beale, Tom ....................... BECK ANVD SARNO INSURANCE .... 192 Bean Cheryl ..............,...... 228 175 Beck, Julie ....................... Becker, Roger . ................ 97,100 Beech, Janie ..... .... 1 75,157 Beech, Paula ...... ...... 1 64 Beeler, Keith ........ .... 1 64 Beeman Deborah ...... ...... 1 81 Beuorie OF LIMA .... ....... 2 ss Bendele, Barbara .... ......... 1 87 Bendele, Bill ... ...... .... 4 2,47,175 Bernard, Miss Jill .... ....... 1 98 Best, Cindv ...---. ......187 Bnurzen METAL Pnobbcis' . . :216 Bryan, Chris .................. 169,238 Bryan, Darrell ......... 30,32,48,146,1g3 Bryan, Jim .....,..... Bryan, Tony .......... ............164 Buchanan, Beck ......... 20,42,43,146 BUCKEYE TRUCIK CENTER ........ 218 Bucher, Audrey . . . .. Bucher, Mrs. irgllene. BUCKINGHAMI N Buddelmeyer, Jackie. . . Buddelmeyer Liz ..... BuD's DA ml INN ..... BULLDOG REVIEW .... BURGER KING ..... Bur et Shawn Burghdlder, Carol I1 I Burkholder, Kevin ..... Burklo, Beth ....., .. Burklo, Bill ...... Burns, Scott ...... Burrell, Darlene .... .,..........187 .....194 .. ....... 235 .. .... 48,169 .....176 .....232 ..........147 ............187 ...,........176 ...42,60,108,164 ............181 .......76,147 .....187 Burrell, Dave .35,36,1 O6,107,114,115,164 Burton, Ralph .................... 187 Burton, Sue .... . ................. 187 Busboom, Carl ......... 36,120,127,164 Busboom, Derek ........ 87,120,131 ,176 Bus Drivers ...........,........., 202 Bush, Mrs. Mary Lou .............. Bushong, Mrs. Alice Bushong, Janet ...... .... Buydos, Jerry ......... .... 196 ....193 .11 187 C C 81 G DISTRIBUTER CO. ... . . . .249 Callahan, Betsy .......... ...... 1 47 Calvelage, Judy .....,.. Campbell, Craig .... ...,...169 ....102,114 Campbell, Jeff , ..... ....... 1 81 Campbell, Julie ...... ....108,169 187 CampbeIl,Lori ....... Campbell, Michelle ......... ..... . C b II S am e usan ............ .... CAlllIII'NEI.L PEST CONTROL ....... Cardwell, Esther . ................ . Carnes: Kin sley .... 176 169 234 181 Cardwell Phil .............. ....164 Carnes Ed ....... 187 176 147 164 Carpineto, 'Igodd .... Carringer, Joe .... Carver, Casey, Dick ........ Dave .... . . . .............187 .36,42,123,134,164 Casey, Ginny ..., ......... 1 08,109,169 Casey, Kevin .................,... 147 Caton, Mr. Robert ................ .192 Caton Susan.. ........... 63,75,93,169 Chamberlain, Lisa ................. 176 Cha man, Mark ................... 164 CHRRLIE THE BICYCLE MAN ...... 222 CHARLYN'S BEAUTY SALON ...... 226 Cheney, Beth ..............,.. 108,165 Cheney, Keith .................... 164 Cheney, Lori .... 15,37,108,109,133,169 171,255 Cheney, Shelly .................... 14 Childs Dawn ..................... 176 CHILES AND SONS-LAMAN INC. .. .205 Christian, John ................... 176 Christian, Tammy ................. 187 Cira, Greg .......... ....... 1 87 Cira Janine ..... ..... 4 2,164 Clark, Cindy .... ...... 1 76 Clark, Kim ............ ..., 1 81 Clawson, Jeff .....,..... .... 1 87 Clawson, Pam ............. ...... 1 76 CLAWSON'S ELECTRIC ........... 211 Clay Gary ..........,.......... 76,147 Claybaug , Dan .......... ....... 1 87 Clements, Gina ........ . ..... 187 Clevenger, Martie .... .... 1 76 Closser, Aletha ...,. .... 1 69 Closser, Brenda ....... ...... 1 76 Cosser, Judy' ............ ..... 3 5,147 CLYDE EVA S MARKET .... ...... 2 59 Coburn Mr. Gerald ....... .... 1 40,199 cocA cout .......... ....... 2 19 Coe John .......... ......... 1 87 Coffman Mr. Rex ......,..... 52,515,196 Cohen, Dave ..................... Cole, Dan ........................ Col an, Andy ....... .......,...... 169 147 COLONY HOUSE HAIR STYLES ... 181 107 CoIIIey, Andy ... Colley, Bob .... Colley, Jane ...... Colley, Lee ......... Comston, Don ....... ....107,135,164 .........176 .......187 ...........187 147 Conaway, Dennis ................. Conaway Susan ..,.. Condra, David .... .........181,182 ....38,127,128,164 Condra, Linda ................ 181,186 35 36 Cond ra, Mark ........ , ,119,127,147 Cond ra, Matt ..................... Cond ra Tom coNvE'nsE GRAIN .'.'.' ' " Converse, Larry ...... Cook, Greg ......... Cook, Greg ....... Cooks . ............ Coolidge, Darrell . . . Coolidge, Doug ..... Coolidge, Jeff ..... Coolidge, Kaille. ,. Coolidge, Lori .... Coon, nc ..... Coon, Lisa ..... Coon, Robert .... Corken, Jean. , . Corken, JoAnn ... Corken, John .... .....52, 164 147 219 ....181 ....181 ......169 203 ....147,196 . ...... 181 .....47,176 ....137,164 ......169 ....147 ......5,147 ......169,174 ....132,133,176 .....64,108,164 ....107,114,169 Cotrell, Eugene ...... ......... Cottrell, Sherry ........ Cotter, James ........... .52 .......187 ....148 195 Cotterman, Mr. Charles ..... .... Cotterman, LuAnn ....... .... 1 76 Counts, Mrs. Cheryl .... .... 2 O0 Cox, Cindy .............. ...... 1 48 Craft Darrel ...................... 187 orawiora, Brad ........ .. ...... 130,169 CRAWFORD FURNITURE ....... . , .246 Crawford, Joe ................. 102,169 Crawford, Kathy ............ 35,164 Crawford, Kelley . . . ,246 .........176 Crawford, Kevin ..... ....... Crawford, Sail ........ CRAWFORD SIIOES Crider, Laura ........ Crider, Linda ...... Crish, Linda ....... 188 ....169 .... 215 .......27 .....35,164 Crish, Lori ........... ..... 6 7,169 Crish, Sam ............ Cross Country Team .... ......107 C ' ,Carol ri .... ....... .181 clggigg, Mrs. Xanlce .... ....... 5 9,199 Crosina, Terri ........ .... 48 ,75,164 Crotingser, Donella ...... ..188 Crow, hell ........ ....... 1 69 Crumrine, Chris .... ......188 Glassey, Chris ..... Cummings, Angie .... Cummin s, Kim ....... Cunninggam, Jenny. Curry, Laura ....... Curry, Martha ,..... i A Curry, Tracey .... Curtis, Mark .... ..... Curtis, Tony ... .. D . ...... 148 .........1aa ...........17e .....64,188,190 ...,.,.....1e9 ......3548,148 102,114,169,174 ....100,114,148 D E C MOTOR SALES . ,.,..... .... 2 34 DAIRY QUEEN ...... Daily, Mr. James .... Dalton, Julie ..,.. .- Dalton, Kevin ..... Dalton, Mark, . ,. lJ'Andrea, Jim .... D'Andrea, Tom . . . Daniel, Betsy ...... DAVID EDM ND .... Davis, Doug ..... Davis, Jeff ..... Davis, Jody ..... Davis, Judy .... ..........,218 100,114,148,195 ....108,109,164 ........63,181 ....123,176 , ..... ,181 ....9,148,207 ,......222 .....64,188 ....176,241 ...,...181 Davis, Ren ..,... ..,., 48 ,148 Davis, Tammy ,... ..... .176 Davis, Tim ......... .... 1 88 Dawghertyl Keith ,... . .... 181 DA sl IN ...........,.. .,.. 2 54 DeAmIcis, Torn' .....,.,.... . .... 53 DEAN GRIFFI 81 SONS ..,. ....,. 22 3 DECA .........,......,. ....... 2 06 DeCamp, Jean .....,.......,.. 140,169 DeCamp Lori .,............,..... 181 Decker Duane ......,............. 181 DEHAVEN LAWN AND GARDEN .... 259 Dekok, Ron ....,............,.... 176 DELPHOS AUTO SUPPLY INC. .,... 237 DELPHOS FOOD LOCKER, INC ...., 238 DeMoss, Jeff ....,............,... 169 DeMoss, Jim .......,.,.....,. 139,164 DeMoss. Rebecca .,,....,......... 188 Denison, David ..... .,.,..176 ..,..100,169 Dershem, She I . ........,........ 148 Dershem, Jeff ,... Desenberg, Ca hy. ,,.. ...42,43,132,148 Desenbeag Mary' ,.., .,......., 1 33,170 Desi-ILE lNsu ANCE .......,.... 260 Dewalt, Cheryl ............ 108,109,178 ' 1 Dewalt, Cindy . ...,,... .....,.. , Dick, Andy ...,... Dick, Charles , ...... . .......107 ....188 Dickenson, Lana .,..... ,. , .176 Dickenson, Lisa ......... ..., 1 76 DICKS UPHOLSTERY ..... .... 2 1B Dieringer, Mrs. Madge .... .... 2 00 DIETR CH INC. ..... ,., . ..... 235 Dietrich, Lynda , .,......,.,... .... 1 64 Di lia, Mike ..........,....... 139,170 DiHer Keith , . ,,......,.. . ......,.. 181 onto, Kevin ...,., ae 45107,114,184,222 DON JENKINS .iewELERs ......... 217 Donoho, Curt ....,......... 35,114,148 DORIS MALEY BEAUTY SALON ..,. 23s Dotson, Craig ........,.,....., 170,172 Dotson, Dave ....,.. Dotson, Kip ..,........ .... 1 81 Dotson, Shelley ...,,... . , .... 188 Downard, Mrs. Maxine.. Downard, Mitch, . . .. ,. ......,.. 193 Downing, Mr. Charles .......... 130,195 Drain, Selwyn ...36,107,114,117,170,217 Dreyer, David ......,... ....... 1 49 181 Dreyer, Mark .,..,........,...... 35 92 D f R 1 1 u y, oy ......... Duffy, Tim DUGAN MULC Dukes, Dennis ..,... AHY81SEIFERTINS..21g Dukes. John. ....,........... . Dukes, Pam ..,. Dukes, Patricia ... Dukes, Tracy . . . Dulebohn, Jim .... Dunifon, Mac. . . ,. Dunlap, Doug .,.. Dunlap, Lori ...... Dunlap, Steve ...., Durbin, Lori ..,. Dutton, Ann .,.. Dutton, Jill ...., Dutton Jim ,.,.. .... Dyer, Flobbin .,..,.. E E Diane ......181 ...,182 .,..47,139,176 .....36,164 .,......27 .........182 ......,....170 ....36,100,149 ........ .149 agy . , ..... , . ............. 149 EA ON, ENDLEY, PECK INS. ....,. 207 Eberle, Eric .,...,.......,........ 188 170 234 Eberle, Tracey ,....,..... ,.... ..,. ED PEYTON ...................... Edwards, Curtis ....,. 36,91 ,114,139,149 Edwards, Miss Dorothy ......,. 132,197 Edwards, Jamie ,.,..... .........., 1 82 Edwards, Keith ...... ,..75,107,114,170 Edwards, Kelly ........ 20,27,36,42107 114,128,149,162 Edwards, Kyle .,....,.....,....... 182 Ehrnsberger, Don ................, 165 Ehrnsbever, Rand ..,.......,.,.. 165 E. LARR MOLES COLONIAL MOTEL .,.....,.,.............. 215 ELDORA DAIRY STORE ....... .... 208 ELIDA ATHLETIC SUPPLY ,.. . . . .211 ELIDA BARBER SHOP ....... . . , .206 ELIDA FARMERS BANK .....,..... 213 ELIDA GROOMING SERVICE ....... 224 ELIDA MACHINE 81 TOOL ...,.,.... 249 ELIDA VILLAGE CRAFTSMAN ...... 222 ELLIS DOOR 81 SUPPLY ,. ,... ..... 2 38 England, Connie ,... .,....., ..,.. 1 6 England, Larry ..,.. ,..... ,... 1 8 2 Engle Pat ................,....,. 165 EO ITY ELEVATOR co. ......,.,.. 229 Erman, Michelle ,.... . ............ 182 Erman, Mike ...,.,..,..... 107,123,170 Eshelman, Scott ,... .....,.... .182 Estes, Ben ..,....,. Estes, Mr. Mike ,.,.. ..,.3,114,139,2O0 Estes, Tanya .... .... .....,.,... 1 7 0 Etzler, David ..................,.. 182 Etzler, Sherry . ..... 20 40 41 108 170 Evans, Dave ......, i36,11'1,1'14f149f158 Evans, Mr. Gary ........,.. 107,114,196 Evans, Jon ...,., .,.... Evans, Kris ...... ....73,93,170 Evans, Peggy ..,. .... 1 69,170 Evans, Pau ......... .... 1 14,176 Evans, Steve . ........ ......, 4 7 F Facenda Tony .......... . , . .22 Farler Mr Dave 195 FARM SERVICE CENTER ...,....,. 212 Fazel, Mark , .,..........,...,.... 170 Fazel, Virginia ,,... ........... 1 49,240 Fenley, Lgcea ... ..... .. ...... ..176 Finitzer, arb .,. ..,. 27 34 35 45108 ' ' 532,149 Finitzer, Dave ... ,... 107,123,135,170 182 Finn, Lisa, .... . . Finn, Rhonda .,., Finn, Robert ..., Fish, Eddie ... Fish, Linda ........ Fisher, Becky ..,.... ...., 165 182 ....176 170 188 176 Fisher, Julie .......... ...,. Fitzgerald. Edmund ..... .,... 26 3 Fitzgerald, Stephanie .... .,.. . 182 Fitzgerald, Valarie. . . ,. ..,. .165 Fixx, Kenneth ........ , ..... ..... 1 82 Flanagan, Janet . ................. 170 Fleming Stacy' .............,.,... 108 FLORI A HIG WAY PATROL .... .,243 Flora, Martha. ..,...............,, 170 Foc Ier Beth. ..... .....,......... 1 88 Fogi, Mark ..,.,............., 110,182 rogi, Nathan ....... 23 27 34 as 36105 107,123,124,144,149,160 Fogt, Robin . ..........,...... 170,173 Fo ey, Doug ....,.....,..,........ 165 Foley, Rob ,. ...........,......... 176 Ford, Chris .... ...,...... 1 76 Ford, Greg ...... Foster, Debbie, .... Foster, Joyce. . ., Foust, Cindy .... Foust, Kari ,.,.., ............170 ....32,50,149,184 ............170 ,. .......,., 188 ..........149,225 Foust, Mike ...,............... 58,149 Foust, Mike ,. ......., 36,50,51,114,170 Foust Pam ....,................. 165 Foust RADIATOR.. 229 Fox, Dawn ..,...... ..., 1 70,182 Fox,Dean ......... . ........... 170 Fox, Doug ..,... ...........,... 1 88 Fox, Robert .....,................ 182 Francis, Diane 33 4041113176 Francis, Lynda .'.'.'.420,32,35,44,45,i36, Franks, Carole .................... 188 Franks, Chuck .. ............., 114,170 177 Franks, Steve ,... Franks, Tracy. . .. Fread, Jay ........ Freed Michael 149 .....182 .....149 138 French, Todd ......... .... . Freund, Kathie ,. .....,. ..... Fridle Rochell .... FRIEIIDLY ICE CREAM' .... ..,.. Frysinger, Jeanette .... Fuerst Andy 188 170 sin er, e ra ........ .,... F ' Db ry Q 182 188 170 Fultz, Brent .ifififi Fultz, Kent Fuson, Deai1i1a'.'.'. '.'.'. ....., '.',1l1Q, F S I ' ....,...,............ 188 In-"182 150 uson. y via Future Farmers of America ..... ..46,47 Future Homemakers of America ...... 48 Future Teachers of America ........ 208 G G 8 G BICYCLE ....... Gallaspie, Charlene . . . Garee, Annis ....... Geddi, Bruce ...... Geise, Jan . ....,.. . , .,.. 252 .....165 .. ...... 188 . ......... 177 . ..,,... .123 .188 Gerdeman, Dino ..... ...., 1 07, ,170 Gilbert, Dick .,.... Gilbert, Lisa ..,.. Gilbert, Scott ..., Gilden, Kerrie Gilden, Jerry .... Gillespie, Rod ..,., Gilroy, Anthony ,... Gilroy, Brenda ..... Gilroy, Candy .,... Gilroy, Mark ...., Gilroy, Tony ....... GirIs'Tennis Team.. . . Gilthens, Angie .... G. L. EAGY ....... Glassey, Leiee, . . .. Glaze, Jim ...... ........149,249 ...,....,.....182 ,...84,102,114,170 . .... 3e,42,114,1-19 ,.....,.....177 ..........1o2 ,....1sa .......149 ....42,17o ......170 . ..., 113 177 259 .,...165 177 188 165 Glaze, Mark ..,...,.....,. ..... Glee .......,............... . . . CT GLEN SANDY ELE .57 RIC . ....,.... 212 241 182 GLISTENIZ ,..,. .. ..........., .... Goare, Jim .,.....,............... Goare, Laurie. . .........,. 19,42,43,151 Goheen, Michelle ............. 140,170 Golding, Julie ...... 32,108,125,132,155 Goldsmith, Mr. David Golf Team .,.,.,...,.....,,....,. 119 Goliver, Faith ...........,...... 85,170 Goliver Tim ....... , ..... ...,.. 4 7,177 GOMER BANKING CENTER ........ 213 GOMER BARBER SHOP ..,.. ..., GOMER DAD'S CLUB GOMER EQUITY .....,....,,...... GOMER FARM STOR GOMER VILLAGE RESTAURANT. , .. Good, Bev ..,.....,.............. Good, Bradley .........,., ........ Good, Dan ...... Good, Jill ..,.. 238 245 242 E ,.... . ....,. 242 238 151 182 182 .::i.151 Goodman, Dean .... Goodman, Eric ,.... Goodman, John .... Goodman, John .... Goodman, Julie. ..,. Goodman, Pete ..... Goodwin Robin ..., ....182 .,,.188 177 182 ..,.182 182 188 188 Gordon, Todd .................... Gossard, Cheryl ,.. .,..... .... . Gossard, Maxine , . .35,45,80,151, 177 271 Gossard,Bob, .... ..,... ...180 G d 182 196 Pat ..............,..,... M r. Tom ossar , Gossard, . , . Graham, Joe ..... .,., ..... 107,123,170 Graham, Mike ,. .... 5,27,35,se 105,107 122,128,151,162, GRANGE 81 UNITED OHIO 81 OHIO MUTUAL INS. ..,............... 223 Grapner Scott ...............,.,.. 188 Grear, Miss Pamela , ....,.. ,. ,.... 195 Green, David .......,........... 94,170 Green, Jeff GREGGRS DEPARTMENT STORE .... 245 Griffiths, Ms. Dolly .............. 7,201 Grigsby, Darlene .............,.... 151 Grigsby, Karen ... Grigsby, Lisa ...., Grigsby, Teresa .. . Gross, Mark. .... . Guagenti, Gary ...... Guagenti, J.R. ., Guagenti, Monica'.'.4.'.A. Guagenti, Sam .,, Gudakunst Jill .... Guy, Mrs, Joanne .... ,....,.177 ....35,1e5 ....a5,1e5 ..,.,....,..111 ........,182,184 .25,32,aa,ss 125 132,165 . ........... 102 . . 151 cutman, Sheila .............,...., 177 198 271 Gyetvai, Eddie .... Gyetvai, Jenny ....... Gyet a', Ker ..,. Gyetxai, Terrryy . . . H Haase Bev 88,44,'141'4,151, . ..,. ...177 . ..,......,. 170 ...36,114,130,17O I-Iaberiield,L5rif1IIfIf"i'M"fff Habertield, Tari ...,. Haberfield, Todd .... 170 177 ....17O ....182 182 182 Hadsell, Lisa . ............,....... Hagaman, Christine .....,.,....... Hagaman, Dave., ..,.... 36,114,130,170 Hagaman, Don ..,...........,.,.. 177 Hagaman, Gina. ,... 25,32,33,125,132,165 Hagaman, Jacki .......,.......... 155 Haidle, Bill ..................,..,.. Haidle, Sue ..., Hall, Brenda .... Hall, Jeff ,... Hall, Linda... Hall, Mike ...... Hall, Sharon ....., Hamel, Jack. ....... Hamilton, Kelly ..... Hamlin, Nancy ... I ..,,.13 ...,188 ....1B8 ,...188 ...,177 .,..,11 ....242 .. .170 .....11 Cummings-Hill Hammond, Carole .... ...,..,.... 1 70 Hamp, Laurie ...... ....177 Hamp, Todd ..... ...... 1 88 Hanjora, Kris . , .. . ...... ,151 Hannon, Larry ...., ..,. 1 11,170 Hardesty, Cindy ,. . ..... .170 Hardesty, Jeff ....... . , . .188 Hardesty, Robert. ,.,. .... 1 70 Hardesty, Tracey ..... . ..... .... . 182 Hardy, Ann ,..,...........,.., ....177 B b. 89110,131,177 Hare, o ...,. ....... , Harford, James ,..,.,.... ..... 1 03,182 Harlow, Matt .,................,.. 188 Harman Che I morn-S FlhEo'cR'1ckeN 126,133,177 241 HAROLD'S PARTY snop . .. II il H1229 Harrod, Leslie .,.................. Harrod Lori ..,...............,... HART .IEWELERS ............,.,.. 261 I-IARTER AND soN FUNERAL HOME? HAMEH ......,.,................ 227 FABRICS .... ............ Hartman, Phyllis .... .... 3 5,82,151 Hartzog, Alan ....,.... ....,... 1 65 Hartzog, Terry .......... .., ...177 Haskins, Mr. Charles ...........,., 193 Hatcher, Amy ....... ,. ..,...... 88,188 Hatcher, Sherri ....,. ..,., 2 0,150,151 Hatcher Sue .... Hawk, Ella .... .... Hawk, Gregory .... Hawkins, renda ...,. Hawkins, Jeff .,.,. Hawkins Rex Hawley Bob Hayer, Debbie . . . Hayer, Kim ........ Hayes, Jacque ....... Headapohl, Vicki, ., Heaston, Dan, . . . .. Heatwole Steve Hedrick, Mrs, Diane A A' Heifelbower, Cindy. Hefner John ....,. HE-FNER'S DAIRY. . Heil, Buddy ..,.,.. Helsing Lori ...... Hendrickson, Karen Henson Keith ....,. Herr, Julie . ..,.. .. Herr, Tammy ...,.. Herron, Willie ..... Herzog, Mr. Michael .if .'.'.'.'.'95,102Q Hetzler, Lesa . . . . .. Hetzler, Rob ....,.. Hevener, John . .. Hibbard, Matt ...,. Hickman, Kathy .., Hicks, Scott ....... Hicks, Tricia ..,... HIIESALU TEXACO. Hill, Beth ....,.... Hill, Jack ..,...... ........170 ....188 ....17O .....,182 .....,..165 ...,125,151 ,. ,... 177 ...,177 ..,.170 ..,.165 ..,..151 ....200 ....17O .4 6 219 177 ....182 170 188 183 177 151 199 97,12O,140,141 183 188 ....177 .,..188 188 238 ....60,95,151 Junior Kim Brenneman says, "For all of your electrical, heating, and plumbing needs call BRENNEMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING." Index 263 Hilleary-Mericle 1-lil leary, Geary ,...,..,. Hilleary, Steve.. Hinegardner, Mrs. Evai Hines, Chris .......... Hines, Ricky ......... Hines, Rhonda ... Hines, Steve ,... Hinson, Jim ...... Hinson, LuAnn .,... Hitchcock, Diane ... Hites, Dave ....., Hites, Michelle ... Hites, Richard .... Hittle, John .,........ Hittle, Mindy. . .,.. .. Hittle, Sam ..,......., ...24,36,165 151 194 177 183 188 165 ....151 170 170 171 188 165 188 HOFELLER HIATT 81 CLARK .....,, Hoffman, Bruce ...,,.. Hoffman, Susan ...... Hohlbein, Craig ..,,. Hohlbein, Joyce ..... Hole, Kevin ....... Holland, Sue ... .. Holloway, Chuck .... Holloway Debbie ..... Holman, Mr. Anhur ... Holmes, Curtis ........ HOLMES REALTY ..... Holmes, Sandy ...., .....139, ...42,46, 27',215,e2,171', Holsclaw, Conny ....., '.'.'.'.I132,151, Holtzapple, Lori .. Hollzapple, Melanie '. Holtzapple, Mr. William HOLTZAPPLES .,.,... Hood, Kevin ....,...,. Hooker, Theresa .... Hooks, Troy ...... Hopson, Pauline .... Horn, Kenny ...... 32',A5,6A,151', 151 177 227 165 171 165 183 177 165 .,..........165 177 195 271 212 177 156 171 271 192 227 .81 ....188 183 171 Horvath, Beverly .,,, .... 7 9, Horvath Jo ce , y ..... Houchln, Dave .,...... Houseworth, Stewart ... ..... Hoverman Mrs. Betty . HOVERMAN sruuios. CENTER ........... Howard, Dale ......... 81, 188 150 165 . . . . .151 165 205 255 205 HOWARD BOWMAN auiLb'ERs'1IQI HOWARD'S CAMERA AND GIFT ............214 177 Howser, Richard .... ...100, Hulford, Jill ........ Huffman, Nancy .... HuHhes, Holly .... Hu inger, Dave . .. Hullinger, Julie . .. Hullinger, Keith ..,,. Humes, Jonathan ... Humm, Troy ........ .. Hunnaman, Tammy ... Hunnell, Deb ....... Hunnell, Jim ..... Hunt, Bruce. .. 165 177 183 189 177 177 ....139 189 189 171 165 189 171 Hunt, Dan ,...,. ....... ,... , . .139,165 Hunt, Stanley ....,.,. ..,.........183 Hunter Cathy' ........,.. 45 47,165 252 HUNTINGTO FIRST NATIONAL B OF LIMA ..,........ Hurt, Dan ..,.....,,.. Hyde, Brian .,... Hyde, Tom ,...... Hyman, Gre ....... Hyvarinen, gusty ..,.. AN K 227 189 189 177 189 159 I lcerlogle, Mike. .2,35,36,122,123,134, 151 llams, Chuck .,................... 171 liams Peg ................,,...., 165 Inch, 'Troy .,... ,... 1 83 Inge, Barb .... .. .... 150 IR NE'S .... ..... ..,. 2 2 7 J JACK 81 JILL ........, ...... 2 12 Jackman, Mr. Jim ,..., ....... 1 98 Jackson, Brenda .... .,... 64,189 Jackson, Janet ... ......171 Jackson, Lorri ..... Jackson, Mike .... Jackson, Mr. Ron .......151 ........165 , .... 114,197 Jackson, Sandy .... Jackson, Tom .... Jahnz, Mike ..... James, Gerret .... James, Kevin ..., Jarvis, Cheryl .... Jennel, Barb ..... Jennel, Mr. Tom .......... Jenkins, Brian... Jenkins, Mr. Michael Jenkins Toby ,.....,..... .......171 ....47,171 ...,....177 ..,....64,183 ....,...152 35,48.95,152 ....... 33,189 ........192 .107.114,165 .,......192 ........1B3 ........152 Jerew, Craig ...,,.......,. Jesko, Richard ...........,.....,. 177 Jett, Jon ......... 45,50,52,152,206,271 J. C. PENNEYS. .,.....,. . J. o. ENGLAND coNsrRucTio'NQ1Q John, Rhonda . ........... Johns, Ted .....,.,...,... Johnson, Beth ............ Johnson, Bob .,...,..,... Johnson, Brian .. JOHNSON CO. US Johnson, Natalie . Johnson, Rachelle Johnson, Terry .... .............171, 229 209 183 ........165 171 177 189 222 EDCARS ........ ..85,108,165 ......,......113,171 189 Jones, Jeff.. .....171 Jones, Michelle .... ..... 1 71 Jones, Mike ..,.. ..... 1 83 Jones, Ronald . .. ....,.. 152 Jones, Scot ... .... 63,183 Jones, Steven .. . .... .171 Jones, Tim ....... .,... 1 89 Jones, Todd .......,. ..... 1 89 Jorgensen, Randy .... . . . 27 Joseph, Cherie .... ..,.. 1 65 Joseph, Lisa ...... ..... 1 83 Joseph, Michelle ,.... .,,.. 1 83 K Kahler, Mrs. Jean ...,.. ..... 1 93 Kaple, Brenda ...,... ...., 1 65 Kaple, Dawn ...., .,... 1 65 Kaple, Julia .... ...... 1 89 Kaple, Karen ... ....... .189 Kaple, Kim ... ...50,152,162 kapie, rim .,..... ........ 1 77 Kaple, Tom ....... ...... 1 77 Karrick Mr. Brian .... ..... 1 95 Kaser, Dennis ...., ..,.. 1 52 Kaser, Penny .... .... 7 1,165 Kaser, Thomas ... , .... .178 Kaufman, Kurt . .. .... 123,165 Kaufman, Pete... ..., 107,123 Kaufman, Philip ... ,.... .177 Kaverman, Debbie .... .... 1 76,177 Kay, Mrs. Many ,... . ....... 75,194 Kazee, David .,... .... 2 9,61,152 Keasler, Jean .... ........ 1 77 Keasler, Marie ...,. ,,.,.. 1 89 Keasler Mr. A. J. .. ..... 201 kann, Thelma ,... ..... 1 52 Keller, Joyce ..,.. Keller, Lenore .... Sandra Keller, . , . Kelley, Brenda. .. Kelley, Lisa . .... . Kelther, Mike ...., Kemper, Ed ...... Kemper, Pam. .,...,. .. Kempinski, Lorie . Kempton,Je1f ,... . Kempton, Jim ,... Kennedy, Lisa ..... .. Kennedy, Mary . .. ......171 ...27,171 .....183 ,....165 ,....171 ....,177 ..183,201 .....165 40,111,177 .....189 ,....177 ........152 35,412,152 Kennedy, Mic ael ......... Kennedy, Sherman ........ Kennerson, Joe ,, KENTUCKV FRiEoAcH'ic'KEN'.'.' . . 5231 Kerr, Brian .,.. .... ....... .....165 .....183 107165 ........183 Kerr, Don ................., ..... 1 71 Kerr, Donna ..., ...... 1 77 Kerr, Terri .... .... B 3,152 KEWPEE. .. ..,. .245 Shop instructor Mr. Robert Kuhn buys quality lumber from WESTERN OHIO LUMBER CO. of 124 East Vine Street. Call 222-1085. 264 Index Keysor Roger ,... Kihm, Greg ..... Kilgore, Dan ...... Kil ore Julie ,..... . Kilgen, Mrs. Jean .... Kimble, Deb ..... Kimble, Scott ... King, Erma ...... King, James .... Keith ...., King, King, Harold ..... King, Melinda ...... King, Sand ......... King, Wancya ...... Kingsbery, Mr. Neal' .i Kirk, Mrs. Shirley ..., Kirkendall Rick .... Kirdkendail Stan . Kirkendall, 'rode f . Kirshner, Jane .... Klapp, Randall ..,, Klapp, Robin ... Kline. Craig ..., Kline, Bruce .... Kline, Renee ......,, Klingler, Lynn .,..... Klin er, Tami ..... Kloigenstein, Karen' QQ Kloplenstein. Kurt ... Knause, Melinda ... Knause, Michelle ... Knisley, Mike .... Knisley, Paul ..... Koeokritz, Kay ....... Koeckritz Natalie ....189 ...........183 ............189 ...7,108,125,153 ...........113 ,...74,108,215 183 183 ...,189 ....165 ......189 ,.....,153 .. ..... 35,153 .. .... 123,199 , ........ 203 . . . .41-3,117,153 ....,47,165 ......177 ....177 ....153 ......189 .,.........153 . ..,...... 42,171 ...........,.165 ...24,164,165,241 """35A1'25'13B23 , 1 153,156 ..........1a9 .....35,146,153 ...........1e9 ...111,165,168 ....... 153,177 .............183 .................189 Koenig, Tim ........ 35,85,107,123,113gj Kohl, Dan ,,........... ,50,153,177,206 Kohl, Greg ......,... Kohli, Randy ........ Komarek, Mr. Robert . Kompton, Jell ....... Koontz, Bill ..... 47,106,107,114,165,198 Koontz. Henry ....... Koontz, Rayleen ..... Kouts, Pat.. ..... Kraegel, Jody .... Kraegel, Randy . .. Kraft, James ..... Kraft, Raymond ,.... Kraft, Ruth ..,.... Kraft, Stephen ,.., Kraft, Twila ..... . Kramer, Kitty . .. Kramer, Rusty .... Kratzer Robin ..... Kristolf Mr. Terry. , Krohn, Mark ...,... Kruse David .,..,. KRusE HARDWARE4: Kruse, Kathy ....,. Kruse, Kris ........ Kruse, Koby ,... Kruse, Kory ,.... . Kruse, Steve ....... Kruse, Mrs, Vivian . Kuck, Mr. Daniel . .. Kuhn, Mark ...... Kuhn, Mr. Robert. ,. Kundert, Terry ,.... Kurtz, Terry .,..... L L 81C ICE SALES .. LADD'S UNlON'76.. Laibe, Lori ....,... Laman, Bonnie ... Laman, Kelly ... Laman, Teri .... Laman, Tony ... Lamb, Becky ..... Lamb, Dennis .... Lamb, Rob ..,.,.. Lamb, Tammy ..,.. Lamberts, Chuck ..... Lamberts, Dave. .. Lamberts, Deb ...... Lam berts Steve Landers, Michael ... Landes, David . .,... . Landes, Tammy ....., Lane, Jacquelin ...... .....53,15-4 ........154 ....165.171 ......189 ........183 ..........62,154 40,41,108,140,171 .........132,166 ....177 ......194 ....154,229 ......183 .. ...... 211 ...,.48,177 .......1i ........154 .........189 ....171,173,211 .........194 .........105 ....198,264 ......214 ....254 .. .,.. 23 .........7,189 .........133,171 ..9,31,78,125,154 ....,..,...108 ......3s,171,123 .............1B3 .32,35,3e,45,10o, 114,150,154,271 ..27,32,35,36,85 114,117,166 ...........171 ....103,131,178 .........183 189 LaPosta, Kerri ..... 108,113,121,140,171 LaPosta, Kim ..........,...,.... 9,166 LaPosta, Rick .,.... Larimore, Bill ..,..... Larimore, Mary ...... Larimore, Steve ...... LARRY'S FULL SERVICE CAR WASH LaRue 'vanessa' Q I Q1 ' LARUE'S FLOWERS. Lasch, Catherine ..... Laurent, Dan .,..... , ,..... .241 .........183 .......127,178 Lawler, Barb ........, ,..., 1 5,166, Lawrence, Edmund.. . Lawrence, Janet .... Lee, Emilyl ....... Lee, Jaco ........., Lee, Lisa ........,... Lee Mike ....,..,.., LEHMANS STORE INC Leimbach Gary ,..... 255 201 189 166 ....183 .. .... 189 ...,171 183 Leis, Mr. Don ..,.......,.......... 201 Leis Mike ........ 19 20,36,114154,160 LESTER D. CRESSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY ..,,...........,....... 225 Lewis, Dale ...................... 171 Lewis, Debbie ,... ..... 1 83 Lewis, Jenniler .... ..... 1 78 Lewis, Tammie ...... ...... 1 71 LEXIE'S PLACE . .I ...... ..,..... 2 43 Lieurance, Mrs. Cindy ... .... 193,198 Libert, Jim ...........,. ...... 1 83 Libert, Linda ...... Lincoln, Wesley ... Line, Dianna .... Line, Jana .... Line, Jim ....... Line, Kendra ...,. Little, Bonnie. . .. Little, Jolene .... Little, Scott ..... Little, srieiiy .... Lloyd, Bill ...166 ...189 .....178 . ...... 189 .........178 .....169, 171 166 .....189 189 183 171 Lloyd, Bruce ................,.. 47,178 Lloyd, Nancy ..,...... 32 35 73108125 Lloyd, Scott ..... Lobdell, Drew ... Lobdell, Kevin. ., ' 336,168,181 ............189 ......114,166,168 Lohr, Terry ..., ,.,... . ........ 1 B3 Lohr, Tonya ...,.................. 189 Long, Donise ......,. 18,27,32,35,45,4B 92,152,155 Long, Gerald ..................... 189 Lon Martha 155 261 LOI'?G'S LAKEISERVIICE'.'.A.'.','.',' .... ' 223 LOST CREEK FRUIT MARKET Age NURSERY ....... Loughrin, Kathy ..., Loughrin, Mike .... Lousha Mike .... Lowe, Deanrie .. . Lucas, Nancy ...,. Lucke, Dan ......... Lugibihl, Michael ....... Lugibinl, Scott .... Lugibihl, Tom ... Lutz, Cindy .... ... Lyle, Ted .... ..,... M Maag, John ........ Maag, Suzanne ...... McAdams, Leasa .... McAlpine, Kip ...... McBetI'1, Melodie .... McBride, Mr. Charles .......... McBride, Jim ................. McBride, John ....., McBride, Pam ... McCain, Mace ..... McCall, Tanya ...... McClanahan, Robin . McCleary, Kent ..... I I if McCleary, Missie ..,,............. McCluer, Kyle ............... , .... McCoy, Jane ....... McCoy, Jim ....,. 20, McCoy, Rhonda .,.. McDonald, Julie ..., McDONALD'S ..... McDorman, Doug ... McDorman, Tammy . McGinnis, Brian ,... McGlone, Denny ..... McGrath, Gregory ... McGraw, Denny ..,.. McGraw, Judy .,... McGuire, Dawn ..... McGuire ' Kim . .... . ...,.1ee .......166 ..,.........1e5 ..........166,171 .......,......189 25,32,34,35,46 47,155,162 .....32,47,169,171 ............183 ........73,155 ..,.43,135,155 .. .......... 178 ,....75,93,171 ......88,183 .......189 .. ...,.... 155 ....192 114,171 .....107,166,240 ..........183 .27 183 171 183 189 189 L12,1co,1'1'A,127, .27 166 189 .,.,247 ....166 178 .. ......... 189 ....47,114,166 .....107,114,171 ...,.,...11,13 .......,.178 ....189 .. ...,178 McKEE DOOR SALES ... ....226 McKeown, Lynn .... McKinney, Jon ...... McKinney, Tim ..... McKinney, Tracie ... McNamara, Maureen McPheron, Gary ..... McPheron, Kim ..... Mcvicker, Jeff ....,, McVicker, Lisa ...... Mcvicker, Shannan.. Maez, Chergl ....... Maez, Davi .....,. Maez, Mark ..... Makiey, Lisa .,.. Maney, Leasa ..... Mani Mars Mark Mark Mark Mark Mars cardi, Nise . .. .. ...,. 171 ...139,178 .....166 .. .... 178 ,....183 .... 76,155 .. .,.... 11 ..,.183 .. ..... 171 .. ....... 189 ...153,155 ...,.166 ....189 .......183 ...,.....183 , ....., 166,201 hall, Joe ....... .... 3 2,102,171 ley Mr. Von S, Rnii ....... s, Sheri .... s, Wade ..., ee, Pam ..,. Martello, Jeff ...... Martello, Lori ....... Martin, Michelle .... Martin, Randall ..... Martin, Sue ........ Martz, Brenda ...... Martz, David ........ 27,36,42,43,67 107 Martz, Mr. Jeff ...... Martz, Keith ........ Martz, Tracey ......... Massman Rodney .... Mathers, Becky ..... Mathias, Craig ..... Math Math las, David .... las, Lori .... Maus, Paula ..... Maxwell, Jeff ..... Maxwell, Laurie ... Maxwell, Lisa ..... Maxwell, Steve .... Maxwell, Tim ...... May, Mr. Dave .... May, Jill .....,.. May, Karin .... May, Karla .... May, Karla J. .. May, Kelly ,... May, Mike .... May, Susan ... Meier, Teri ...... Nleie r Trac . iviELLb-CREAM . Mericle, Randy .... Mericle, Steve. . . f.'7,1121', 196 155 189 166 156 ....171 178 104 189 ...,67,108,121,172 114,139,166 ..............200 ......189 ...140,178 .....183 ..,..166 .......172 ...,33,178 .......189 ....,....1B4 ......,114,172 18171,172 ....35,125,155 ,.,.53,105,160 . ........ 189 ...127,197 .....178 ....,.....184 ,.......,...172 ..........108,172 .....40,41,140,178 ...,......184 ........11 ..,..166,172 ......,...261 ,.....,.111,166 .....172,21O,222 Merrit, Lee ..... Mertz, Vic ....... Mertz, Wanda ... ,...184 .,..172 ......155 Metz, Andrea ...,.. ............. 1 84 MetZ,Mark.,.A .,.. Metzger, C nthia ........,,....,.,. 184 .34,35,45,166,271 Metzger, Mary Ann .... Metzger, Shelly ....... Metzger, N?arlene ..... ...,.,.,.46.155 .........82,178 ,......,....1B9 Metzger, Susan .... .............. 2 7 Metzger, Tammy . .. .... 40,41 ,108,172 Metzger, Wayne ... Michael, Lisa .... Michael Lori ...,.. Mini-ri, Rhonda ..... MlLANO'S ..,... Miller, Bonnie .,,, Miller, Carol . .. Miller, Chris ..... Miller, Darrel .,.. Miller, Darren ...... Miller, Deborah K D b h ...........166 ........9,166 ..,.....178 ..........233 ....32,35,166 .......54,178 ....24,166 .,.,..184 178 '.'.181',184 Miller, e ora S .........,.... 181,184 Miller, Dennis ..,.... 36,107,123,124,172 Miller. Edith .,..,................. 189 Miller, Elaine .... .......,...,.., 1 90 Miller, Gloria ..., ..., 1 84,251 Miller, Greg .... .........,..... 1 90 Miller, Joyce ..................... 178 Miller, keith .... ...36,106,107,114,166 Miller, Lisa ..... .....,........... 1 56 Miller,Lonnie ..,.......... ..190 Miller, Merle ,...,....,..,........ 156 Miller, Nancy .....,.......,......, 156 Miller Natalie 18 60 67166 MILLER OPTICIANS INC. ..,....... 237 Miller. Richard .................... 172 Miller, Sheila ...,.. 6,15,16,30,32,35,45 121 ,140,141 ,153,156,255,270 Miller, Sherri .....,........,....... 72 Miller, Sue ....................... 178 Miller, Tom .,.,.,......... 101,139,172 Miller, Mrs. Virginia .... .......... 1 93 Millirans, Jay' ....,., Millirans, Jo n ..,.. Millirans, Paula .,.. Mills, Genene ... Mills James .... MIND ousr ..... Mitchell, Mary ..,. Mitchell Mike . .. .. Mixed Chorus ....,.. Mooerly, Chuck, ., ,...46,47,156 ...,.47,172 ,...53,156 . ..,.. 178 ........178 ..........216 ,....,27,48,1S6 , ..,.......... 61 18101114166 Moberly Tracy ..,. ','.32,108:140:171:172 Moeler. Dawn ....... Moening, Deborah ... Moening, Denise ..,. Moening, Janice ..... Moening, Jeff ....... Molder, Mrs. Martha.. Moles, Lisa ..,..,... Montgomery, Brian... Montgomery, Mike . .. Montgome ,Tina ... Montooth, gill ,...,.. Montooth Tami Mooney, Diane .... Moore, Kathie ,.... Moore, Mitch .... Moore, Shelly ... Moore, Tim ,..... Moreo. Craig ,... MOREO LANES .... Morgan, Phil .,.... Morlock Michelle .... Morris, Becky ..... Morris, Beth ..... Morris, Craig ..,. Morris, Diane .... Morris, Scott .... Morris, Susan .,.,. ....35,84,166 178 .... ..190 . ...,. 172 . ..... 190 . ..... 184 190 ..,..1a4 .....172 ......184 .,..14O,172 ....139,166 ........156 ...,36,139,156 ....,...172 ......229 ...,..190 ........166 ..........17B ....40,41,172 .....33,190 ....15e,22:l ........,.178 Morris, Todd .....,..,..,... 18,130,172 Morrison, Deanne .. 40 41140178 Morrison, Donna. . . I :32,'35,4'4,45,48',5O, 125,156,194,205,271 Moses, Robin ,....... ..4B,126,133,178 Moskwinski, Susanne Mouser, Michelle .... .,...........178 Mouser, Mike ........ 17,20,36,42,43,85 107,114,115,139,150,1?g 1 Mowery, Brice .,...... Moweg, Mickey ..... Mox, obyn ..... Muhler, A ice .... Muhler, Harry ... Mull, Charlie .... Mull, Frank .,.. Mull, Harold .... Mull, Kathy ..,,.. Mull, Richard .,.. Mullen, John .,..,. Mullens, Larry . ,... Mullens, Margaret .... Murphy Murphy arl Murphy, Pat ..... Murphy, Scott ... Murphy, Tracy , ., Murphy, Truda ..... Vickie , Brian ...... , D ....... Murray, . . . MUSI CENTER Musser, Amy .... . . Musser, ArLette ...... 190 .....184 .,..1B4 ......172 ........107 ....156,241 . ..,.... 184 ....140,172 ,......77 ....184 .....19o ....33,184 ,...47,166 ....17a .,..178 .:.,166 . ,.184 . ..,.,, 175 237 :.ii:iIiIiI:I190 .40,41,48,175,178 Musser, DeEtte ....,. 1415 31 32 35 45 Musser, Linda .,..... Mussgnug, Sabine ... Myers, Jon ..,..... Myers, Laura ..., Myers, Nancy ... Myers, Sherri ....,... Myers, Tim ...,...... N Nartker, Connie ...... I 50,15'7,204.255 .....,31143172 201,267 ...,..,.190 ...57,157 ...,172 ....184 .. ..,... 107 ......,48,85,157 National Honor Society ,....... ,.... 3 4 Navarre, Miss Dawn . Neal, Lisa ........., Neal, Mrs. Paula ,.,.. Neal, Mr. Richard ,... Neeley, Cathy ...... Neidert, Laurie . .. Neilson, Tami ...... Nelson, Nathan ...,. Neu, Mr. Reid .... Newland, Dan .,.,.. Newland, Kelly ...,. Newland, Michael... Newland, Pam . . , . ,. Nichols, Joe ..... Nichols, Lori ..... Nichols, Penny .,... Nichols, Steve ...... Nichols, Tony ,..... NICKLES BAKERY.. Nobles, Mr. Bob ....... Nolan, Lisa ,....... Nolan, Marcia ...,.. Nolan, Scott ....... Nolte, Kerri ........ NORMAN J. FOUST. ......19B .......176 ..,.108,197 .,.,114,197 .......172 .........178 ....5O,80,157 .......195 .....82,157 .,..184 ....157 ....172 ,..,190 ....172 ....166 ......241 ....114,2O0 ......178 .........157 ...,.......172 ,....45,56,157,158 NORTHLAND BARBER SHOP ...... 217 NORTHLAND LANES .............. 245 NORTHLAND '76 .................. 254 NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE No1'i"M1dzoA' I I I I IQ Nungester, Brian ... Nungester, Mark ..,..... Nusbaum, Kelly .... Nusbaum, David .... Nusbaum, Dina ..... O Oakman, Dennie. , .. Oakman, Doug ..... Oakman, Tami , . .. ..............243 ........47,168,179 47,100,166,168 .......2O,93,172 .,.........19O ....18,33,179 ,....7,45,15e .....45,179 ......157 195 Oleson, Mr, Bill ...,........... 123, O'Neill,Jot1n .....,...,........ 63, O'NeIll, Natalie. oRwIck MACHINES. TooL ........ Osborn, Curt ....... Osborne, Kim ...... Owen, Rosanne ..... P Pace. Michael ...... Page, Rocky .... . . Painter, Jola ... Palmer, Danray ..., Palmer Davi ..... PAN REC ICE ,...,. Parent, Stephanie .... Parent Toby, ..., .. Park, Sherrie ..... Parker, Amber .... Parker, Paul ........ Parlette, Brenda .... Parlette, Cindy ... Parr, Ron ........ Parr, Timothy ..... Parsels, Lisa .... Parsels, Lori ...... Parson, Don ........ Patrick, Pam ....... Patterson, Ronald... Patton, Andrea ..... Patton, Debbie ... Patton, Don .... Patton, Jeff ....,. Patton, Sherry ...... Patton, Ron .... ,... Patton Tom ..... 184 237 190 190 ,..,184 .....,.,.1B4 179 ..ii2,1'08,125',166 ,.,........1a4 ......75,172 .......216 .,..137,172 ....107,166 .......157 .......,.172 .....37,108,172 .........108 . ...... 157 .......172 .....88,184 .....67,167 ......179 ......19o .,.....1a4 .,...54,179 ....,.1e7 ....172 179 ,...179 190 .. .... 167 PAULINE'S BEAUTYISROP. .. .... Peake, Jean ........ Pennington, Brian. .. Pennin ton C nthia 212 . ..,.,. .... 1 84 184 PEOPLE'S NATIONAL, BANK' I I I I I I I PEPSI COLA ....... PERKINS PANCAKE FlousE ....... Pertmev, John ....., Peter, Ma ......,. Peters Mike ,..,..... PETS POTPOURRI .. Pfeiffer, Susan ..... Pfeiffer. Tanya .. . Pfeiffer, Vicki ..... Pflueger, Jean .... Pflueger, Julie Pheneger Jan .... Phillips, Robin ... Pinello,'David .... Pitchford, Carl .... Pitchford, Donna. . ,. Pitchford, Linda .... PIZZA RANCH ...... PIZZA VILLAGE ..... 245 ........243 252 190 ....130, ....5o,1oa, .11 172 236 .....,.....184 167 173 190 179 ....167 ...,167 ....1B4 .,..173 ..,.167 ....190 ,....239 260 Plummer, Carrie .........,.,.,.. 95,184 Plummer Len .... ,. ,........ ..173,211 PLUMMER SALES COMPANY ...,.. 240 Plummer, Ted ................. 173,243 184 Pohlman, Tamara ... Point, Bruce ........ Point. Ron ,...,... . POLEY'SBlG8rTALLIiIii IIII AL POST ......,.... Potter, Kevin ..... ,. PowELL CABINET srio'R 1 I I I I I I I Prater, Garry ...,... Prater, Terry ........ Pratt, Kelli ..,...... Prenezio, Theresa. . , Price, Barry ......., Priddg, Ru h ....... PRID OF LIMA .... Prince, Randy . . . 167 1 84 212 242 164 236 184 184 184 ,ii:.i.179 ....102,173 . .........,. 240 Prince, Mr. Richard ,..... 50,99,100,192 Prince, Ric ..,.....,., .,.. 3 6,114,173 Puckett, Don ...,... Pugh, Eric ......... 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Reinhart Mr. Gary .. Reiser, Barb ....... , Reiser, Carol ..... Reiser, Cort ....... Reneau, Renee .... Renner, Beth ...... Renner, Diane ..... Renner, Glenn ,.... Renner Jolene ...I Reser, Freda ..... Rex, Melinda d Ch k .. ....,..173 .....173 .....179 ....33,184 ..,..108,167 .......173 .....179 .....184 .....173 ...,.184 .....158 ,....173 .,...179 ,....184 .....167 190 173 .....179 ........179 .........,184 190 f ff f .I f .167 139,173 . .,...... 16,33,179 .20.89,102,114,117 173 ..,.80,167 .....185 .....179 .....173 .....173 .... ...158 ........176,179 111112122123 Reynar , uc .. Reynolds, Mike ....... , 127,136,157 Reynolds, Susan .... ,........ 48 ,173 185 Rhine, Mark ,... ... Rhodes, John ... Rice, Bruce ..... Rice, Deborah ..... Rice, Greg ...... Rice, Marcia ..... Rice, Tom ...... Richards, Mike ..... Richards, Paul ...... Richards, Steve ..... Ridenour, Craig ..... Ridenour, Lisa ...... Ridenour, Mark .... Ridenour, Scott .... .....179 .....190 ...,.19O .......190 176,179 42,114,127,12B,167 .......167 .....,.,167 133, Ridenour, Toni ...... ..... 1 73 194 Riegle, Mr. Tom .... Riemesch, Dan .... Riemesch, Kim .... Rienoehl, Lynn .,... Rienoehl, Ronda .... Riffle, Dan ......,. Rlffle, Jan ......... Rile , Bob ......... R't il J d nbiirilsiryecv ,.,.,179,180 ......,.173 ..........185 .....102,114,173 RIC CO. ...... Roberts, Janelle .............,.... Roberts, Lisa ,.... .............. . . 167 248 ROBERT AND EUGENE MILLER .... 251 173 190 185 Robens, Rick RoI1eris,sieveIIIIIIli,. . ..... .173 195 Robinson John Rockers, Miss Pairibia '. I.'.'.'.'.'f. 11332194 173 Rodabaugh, G reg ....... ....... Rode, Andy .......... Rode, Kathy ....... Rode, Patricia ..... Roe, Marissa ..., Roe, Marna ..... Ch ' 167 173 .....185 173 185 173 Roeder, FIS Roeder, Damon .. . .,., 47,158 Roeder, Debbie .... ...... 5 3 Roeder, Rick ........... , .... 185 Roeder, Rusty ............ ....... 1 85 Roethlisber er Mr. Bob ......,. 114,197 ROGER'S .IEWELERS . ........,.,.237 Ro ers, Richard .................. 167 Rogrer Rod ..........,. Roop, Barb ....,. Roop, Deb ....,. Ross, Crystal .... Ross, Donna ,..... Ross Kenneth ..... Rossfeld, Carol .... Rossfeld, Mike .... Rossfeld Sue ..... Roro-RoorER .... ......,...190 ....46,132,167,216 .,..........179 ..,......,190 .....191 .,...1B5 .......185 ....47,173 ...,......158 ............249 Roth, Jeanette ...., ......... ..... 1 8 5 Rowlette, Susie ......... 89,133,137,179 Rozell, Dennis ................. 85,158 Rozell Janine ..........,.....140,173 R.T.DAVlSAN D SONS .........,. 263 Rumer, Brenda .................,. 179 Rumer, Jesse ................. 184,185 Rumer, Randy ..... 118,131,175,17B,179 Rumer, Rick .... 2e,35,e7,99,139,145,15a Runyan, -Keith ........,........ 27,108 161 Rus , Keith ...............,....... Rutledge, Gerald .... ..... 1 31,179 Merrit-Sexton Rutledge, Jon .... .... 1 85,191 Rutter, David .... ...... 1 79 Rutter, Gina .... .... .,., 1 5 9 Rutter, Kevin .......... .... 1 91 S Sabor, Shelly .......... .... Sanders, Diane .... E 191 saffle, Bill .,..,..... .... 1 e5 179 185 Sandora, Dee .,.... Sandy, John . .1 .... . . .,'.'.'f.'f.1a1,179 99,184,195 Sandy, Mr. David ....,..... Sandy, Mr. Ed ..................,. 192 Sandy, Karen ................,.,., 191 Sandy, Mark ,.... 23, 35,42,48,90,144,159 Sanner, Kerry ................... . .185 Sanners, Lisa ...... Sarno, Anita. Sarno, Judy . Sarno, Mary . ............76,167 .54,113,121,133,179 ....10,31,32,35,44,45113 150,159,229 Sarno, Tom .............,.....,., 191 Sarno, Vince ........ ........ 1 O7 Satterfield, Cindy .... ...... 1 59 Satterfield, Karen .. Satterfield Vernon . Schafer, Mr, James. ..,.... 48,179 .........,..81,167 ..........,1o2,195 Scheele, Alvin ........... 42,47,168,173 scneele, Bill ........... 47,11s,1ea,179 Scheele, Joe ....... ........,...98,1O0 Scheele, Tammy .......... 32,79,9a,159 Schierholt Steve . .. Schimpf, Beth ...... ..27,36,111,159,219 9,34,45,150,159,271 Schimpf, Diane .............. 7,140,173 Schim f, Sharon .........,........ 191 Schinciier, Tom ..,. Schmenk, Clay .... Schmenk, Debbie .. Schmenk, Denise. .. Schmenk, Teresa ..............179 .............191 ...........14O,179 ...15,35,45,159,225 ..........,.32,167 sci-IMENk's KANINE KARE ...,.,.. 217 SCHMENK'S TV SERVICE .......... 210 Schoonover, Darrel ..............,. 179 Schroeder, James ..........,...... 185 Schroeder, Jeff .... 114,117,130,173,24O Schroeder, Kevin ... .35,36,100,114,127 159 Schroeder, RaeAnn .....,...,...... 191 Schultz, Cindy , ....,. ..... 6 7,173 Schultz, Denise ...... ....... I ..191 Schultz, Jana ........,.,.......... 173 Schwinnen, Mr, Denny ..... 111,196,206 Sciranka, Rick ......... . ,... ...,. 1 91 Sclranka, Steve ...... ........ Scott, Darren .... Scott, Dan ,.... Scott, Diana .... Scott Steve ...... SEALTS . ......... Sebenoler, Ann .,.. Sebenoler, Mike .... Segovia, Lynnita .... 179 191 179 ,...179 ...,173 ,.....217 ....,..,185 ... .... 27,75, Selden, B ron .......... ........ Sexton, Bryan ...,.,... .... Sexton, June ....... 167 173 hx 173 Selover, rs. Marilyn ..... ...,.. 1 93 173 167 179 Sexton, Paul ... Index 265 Sexton-Zulick Sexton, Ro ..,............ .... Shafer, Jefi, ...,............. ..., SHAFER'S MEAT MARKET... .... Sharrits, Jeff . ,..........,. .... 102 179 230 Shapell, Dan ........ ........ . . . .159 ' 179 185 179 Shaw, Mark ............. Sh R' k aw, IC ...,, Shenk, David ... Shenk, Phillip .... SHENK'S ....,... Sherer, Tammy ,..., Sherrick, And .,.,.,.... . Sherrick Cindi ....168,179 185 237 . . . .191 167 179 239 SHERRICK FILM STUDIO .......,.. Sherrick, Greg ,........... . .45,179,216 Sherrick, Jett ................. 159,167 Sherrick, Joni .......,.......,. 140,173 Sherrick, Kim ,......,. 32,4O,41,173,238 Sherrick, Vicki .,.................. 167 STALLKAMP'S DRUGS ..,. .....259 4 Stalter, Elea .........,..... ..... 1 7 Stalter, Kyle ...,.....,......,...., 111 Standrift Scott 185 STARR CARPET AND' cIQEANING'coM- PANY ...,. Starr, Dale .,..........,.,.,...,., Starr Kim .... White, Mr. Emil ..,.,........,..... 199 Ulrich, Collette ................... 174 Shilling, Ann Van Horn ......,.,. 35,160 Shinaberg, Jeff .,.........,........ 10 Shively, eb ..... 10,23,113,144,158,160 SHOP NEXT DOOR ..........,..... 215 Short, Matt .....,.,............... 179 Shoupe, Julie ...... ..., Shumaker, Joyce ... ,... 185 Shumaker, Greg .... ..., 1 160 Shumaker, Linda .... ,.,. Sigler, Faye ...... Siiiim, Julie ..,....... ....... 167 Si Ier, Lori ......... .... 1 79 191 191 Si mpkins, Barbara .... ......... Simpkins, Mark. .. Simpkins, Rick .... '.- .....,.....16O ....77,139,167 Simpkins, Steve ,... .....,.. .179 Sipe, Lisa ............ ....... 1 85 Sisk Martha ,... . .........,.,.,.. 167 SITE' GAS STATION .........,..... 219 Siudak, Paula .......,,........,.. 185 sauaak, Tammy ....... 35,45,e2,13e,1e7 259 Skamfer, Karen .....,..,...... 182,185 Skamfer, Sandy .,...... 35,48,59,63,167 Skamfer, Tim ,...... Williams Skiba, Becky ........ slriba, catherine A. ..f Skinner, Susan ...... Skinner Wendy ...... Slade Scott .....,... ..........,12,27 ........,..179 ,....,..,..160 . ............ 191 .....108,133,174 ..,35,45,160,271 223 185 Starr, Derrick .... .... . .. ,....191 191 185 180 Stautfer, Debra' I I . . Stauffer, Chris ...., Stauffer, Dawn ..., ,.... ......., 2 7 Staufter, Lynn Staup, Scott. . Staup, Sue... Staup, Tonya .... . . . ............. .160 .... 118,131,175,180 .. ...... 146,161,162 . ........ 165 Stawarski, Alan .... .,...... 1 80 Stawarski, Ann .,.. .... 3 3,161 Stebleton, Gloria .... ,.... . .191 Stebleton, Kelly... .... 60,167 Stebleton, Sue .,,.. ..... 1 B0 Stebleton, Sharon ...,... ....... 1 91 Stein, Pam .....,........ ..., 8 1,167 Steiner, Kim ....,.,............ 75,175 Steiner, Michael Eugene ..,.. ..... 1 61 Steiner, Rhonda .....,.... ..... 1 80 Stemen, Dennis ......... ..... 1 91 Stemen, Karl .... ..,.. 1 91 Stemen, Lori . ...,. ,....... 1 80 Stemen, Marty ..... .,...,.... 1 74 Stemen, Perry ...........,.... 139,167 Stemen, Scott ............. 107,114,174 Stemen, Susan ................... 191 STEMEN'S ANTIQUE CARS ........ 220 STEMEN'S CARPET ....., Stemill, Stepic. Pam ............ Miss Terry .... Stewart, Ann ...... Stewart, Eric .,.. Stewart, Jett .... Stewart, Matt ...,.. Stewart, Philip ....,.,. ... Stewart, Ron ,...... ..... Stewart, Steve . ,...,.... . Su arCreekFarmsflfiiiifiiii .... 208 Vore, Keith .........,..,,.. Slechter, Mrs. Jeanette' ,... . Slechter Mr. Robert ....,. . Mr. Paul ....,. Sluss, Smith, Smith, Brenda .... ..,..,.200 ....1a 192 .........,45,195 B ,.... . .....,.. 102,120,174 any 185 Smith, Brian ... ......... 191 Smith, Chuck ..... ...,. 9 1,167 smith, Symnia .... .185 Smith, r. David ..., .,... 2 01 Smith, Diana ...,. ....,.. 1 40 Smith, Gary . ....... .... 8 9,174 Smith, Geogie ....... ...167,192 Smith, Mr. erald ...,. ..,., 1 92 Smith, Howard .,... .,... 1 60 Smith, Janet ........,............ 191 Smith, Jeff ... .........,.... 139,180 Smith, John ..........,........... 174 Smith, John . ,.... 6,12,27,44,45,52150, 160,220,248,252,271 Smith, Keith .,........,.......... 161 Smith, Kevin ........,.......... 47,180 Smith, Laurie .,........ ..... 1 85 Smith, Idnn ....,..,...., ...174 Smith, rs. Mary Jane .,........... 200 Smith, Matt ............,....,..., 191 Smith, Patricia . ...,..,. .....,..,.. 2 7 Smith, Paul ........... 100,114,127,174 Smith, Sandra .... .......... 1 81,185 smith, scott .......,.........,... 191 Smith, Sheryl .......... .... 6 3,185 Smith, Susie .....,..,............ 167 Smyser-Renner, Cathy ............. 160 STIPPICH "SENTRY" HARD 224 191 195 ....,167 185 180 161 191 .....139,18O 185 WARE .. 243 Stoner, Charlene ..,............,., 174 161 Strahm, Gloria .................,.. Strahm, Rick ,A ............,....... Strayer, Abigail ....,.., ,.... ...... Strayer Hannah .................. STRAYER INSURANCE AGENCY ,.. 85 167 191 217 Strayer, Ruby Gibson ....,.,... 108,174 Strayer, Troy 42 47 180 sweeter,Linda'f1IIIQ'i'IQfI71,1e7I1ea Stroube, Tammy .................. 174 Stude, Lori ..................... Student Council .........,...... ..191 .3233 SUBURBAN BARBER SHOP ........ 251 SUBURBAN TRAILER SALES ..,... ,231 Suever Mike ..,.159 SUgERlOR LINE DIVISION ..... Sutton, Doug .....,........., . . . .236 .139,167 Sutton, Greg ,........... ..... . 139,180 Sutton, Richard ..., ..... . .167 Sutton, Suzanne .,.. ....,., 1 61 Swartz, Deanna . . . ..,. 24,168 Swartz, Nathan .... ........ 1 80 Swartz, Paul .....,.. .......... 1 74 Swaney William .........,...... ..174 Swick, Dave ,... ...... ..... 1 38 ,139,18O Swick, Mark .................. 161,252 S. W. JACOBS JEWELERS ......... 208 - T Tackett, A rIl ,....., . . Tackett, .......191 Niichelle .......,..,...... 180 Tatlinger, David ........,,..... 168,185 Tatlingrer, Pam ,,............, ..... TAMA AC GOLF COURSE ..,...... 222 Tanguay, Jack ...,.......... 24,139,168 Tanguay, Mike, Snider, Anita ............... 35,133,161 Snider, Kevin ....,.... .... ..,.,., 1 8 0 Snook, Kim ...... ,,.... ..... , 1 85 Snyder, Bonnie .... ..... 1 08,121,174 Snyder Elaine .... ,. ......., .180 Sockrider, Jack ...., ......... 1 74 Sockrider, Jerry ....... ........ 1 67 Sockrider Tami ....... ..... 1 74 Sodders, Mrs. Janice ,.. ,..167,193 Sodders, Mike .....,.. ...., 1 00 Sorgen, Bets? . .,... .... 1 85 Sorgen Tod ,.... ,... 1 61 Spain, Brent .... .... 1 67 Spain, Kevin ... .... .191 Sparks, Denise ..,.........,.,.... 174 Spence, Denny ................... 185 Spence, Lisa ,.,... 30,32,35,108,140,167 Spicer, Douglas .................., 191 Spitnale Matt ....,......,......., 151 Spring, Duke ,.... ..... 1 02,135,174 Springer, Sheila .... ...,....... 1 91 Springer, Sherry .,... ...,..,...,. . 180 Spurlin, John ....,.,....... .... 180 S urlin Mike ..................... 191 SgYKER'S RESTAURANT ......,... 243 Sroufe, Jenny .........,,...,..... 191 staas, Don ....., 36,45,100,114,161 152 192, 251,252 Staas, Ginger ...,,...........,.,.. Staas, SIIGTS .... ,..., 9 1, Staley,Kent.... 191 Staas, Nora .... ......... 1 85 185 185 266 Index Tanguag Pierre ...... 37,89,111,139,174 , usan. .,...............,. . .36114,134168 220, Tap y Tayizzr, Chris .. , 1 I Taylor, Keith ..................... 185 254 Taylor, Jill ....,. ,... .....,. ...... 1 7 4 185 174 168 Taylor, Eattij. . , a or an . . . Teho, Donald' .... . . . , .185 Tebo, Pam ....,. ..... 1 68 Tennis Team . ..... ....... 1 11 Tennyson, Chris .... .... 5 4,180 Tennyson, Jim .... ...... 8 2,168 Tenwalde, Vicky .... ........... 1 6 Terrell, Ava ....... ..... 3 5,47,168 Tessier, Aldo .... Tessier, Josie ..., Thomas, Bob .... Thomas, Dale ...., Thomas, Jackie ...... .....150,162 . .... 53,135 ......1a5 ....,...168 Thomas, Rachelle .,.. ,....... . .185 Thomas, Rusty ...,.. ..., 8 9,102,1gg Thompson, Cindy ..... Thompson, Jeffery ...,.. Thompson Laura TILTON CORPORATION' I Q I . , . I I I if Tipton, Mike ,......... ..... ,... . . Ti ton Teresa TSMLINSON BRAKE A'ND'sPi-IINGA A . 27 1 85 223 1 68 1 85 TOMLINSON'S MOTOR SERVICE ...243 Tony. Mr. Robert ..,......,.,.. 139,200 TOWER NATIONAL BANK , ....... .245 FURNITURE TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOPS ....,....... .... Track Anne .............,. TRA Y APPLIANCES ...... Tracy, Chip .......,.,, Trance, Paul ..,...... Treadway, Cris . .. .. ......,.225 48,140,180 ........214 ..114,168 , ....... 191 .....72,162 Treadway, Gary ...., .... 1 02,114,174 ...,....174 Treadway, James ......... Treadway, Kim ..,... TRISCO STYSTEM INCORPORATED Trotochaud, Laurie . . , Trotochaud, Jerry .... Trotochaud, Sheryl .. . Troyer, Craig . ,. ,.... Troyer, Galen ,..... Troyer Jon . .,...... 133,185 ...47,168,178,180 Welch, Jess ..., .... 1 80 Welch, Todd ,.. .... 174 Wells, Joe .... .... 1 91 Wells, Larry .... .... 1 86 Wells, Laurine ..., .... 1 68 Wells Wilbur., ..... .,.. 1 91 wEsT' OHIO GAS ..... ..,. 2 34 Weston, Mr. Robert .... .... 1 92 WESTGATE LANES ..,, ....245 WESTRICH'S .,,..,,.. ..., 2 31 Wheeler, Charles ,,.. ..... 1 91 Wheeler, Larnf .... . ..,... 168 Wheeler, Lonnie ..... .... 6 1,168 Wheeler, Richard .... .180 Wheeler, Tina .... .,.. 1 80 Whitacre, Dan ..,... ........, 1 86 Whitacre, David. ..,........,.,.... 180 Whitacre, Kathy ........,..,... 108,163 Whitacre, Patty ............ 108,133,174 Truesdale, Rhonda . ,. Truesdale, Tim .... Truesdale, Tom .... Truesdale, Tony . . . Tucker, Mark ..... ,........47,174 .....,191 Tucker, Matt . ..,. ,,... . .. Tucker, Ross ........,............ 180 191 180 ..,.162 180 185 168 Turner, Robin . .........,..,,.... , Tuttle Todd 131 180 249 TWENTIETH CENTURY 'LANES .' .... ' 233 Twining, Brenda ..,........... 168,191 U WHITE COTTAGE RENTALS. ..,.... 238 white, Don ........,.............. 174 white sneuie , . . .15,33,137,178,180,255 WHITED PRINTING .........,..... 212 Whittington, Mrs, Susan .......,... Ulrich, Jack .,.,..... ,... 1 19,174,222 Unruh, Becky ........ V Va edes Brian VaFenti, Debora' .... I .I .V Vandemark, Doug .... .. ,. ........ 191 . .... 114,174 .........162 ....,.2,107,135 Vandemark, Jill, .... .....,. 2 0,171,174 Vandemark, Jim ....,. Vandemark, Mark ,... Vandervelde, Mike ..... ..........10,1O0 ..107,114,130,174 .......114,168 VanderVelde, Norma ........... 181,185 V Mt D . . 180 an are, on . Van Matre, Tara ..,... Vanwagger, Penny ..... Varsity aseball eam Varsity Basketball Team . . . Varsity Football Team , . . Varsity E ..,............... Vaughn, Terry. ..,......., .. Vaughn Todd .......,..... VILLAGE QUEEN LAUNDRY. VILLAGE YARN AND CRAFT Violet, Barbara ....... ,,.,. Violet, Linda .............. ....191 ..,.185 ....100 127 ,..,..114 ........36 ...33,185 191 VON'S DIAMOND JEWELERS' I I f I 12 Vore, Jill- ...,..........,... 208 220 .....186 180 210 162 ....11 Wiess, ave .........,.,. ....... Wiess, Joe ......,..... .... . 53,174 Wildermuth, Steve ..., ..... 1 91 Wilkins, Christine ..... .... 1 63 Wilkins, Darius ..... ........... 1 80 Wilkins, Gail ....... ............. 1 80 Wilkins, Jeanette ,.,....... . .... 33,186 Wilkins, Jenell .... .... 3 3,108,109,174 Wilkins, Tracy ...... ..,........,. 1 86 Wilkins, Virginia .... ........... 1 74 Williams, Anita ..... ,..... 1 74 Williams, Carla ... ..,. ,191 Williams Gloria ... .,..140,174 Williams, Jan ..... ......... 1 91 Williarns,Jeff ...119,131,180 Williams, Jeff ..... ..... 1 39,163 Williams, Jim, ..... .,... 4 7,180 Williams, Jo Anne ... ..... .191 Williams, Judy ..... . ........ 191 Williams, Julie ............ .174 Williams, Kevin , .......... ........ 1 74 Williams, Lisa ........ 27,32,35,168,259 Williams, Sandra ,....... . ...... 91, Williams, Susan ..,. ............. ,Tammy.... Williamson, Dina Wilson, Julie . ,, ................. . Wilson, Mike .........,... . . . , .91. WlNESELLER'S CARRY OUT ....... Winslow, Melissa ........,.. .... 186 174 186 186 Wilson, Barb ..,.......,,.. ...... 1 80 174 163 226 168 186 Winslow, Tony ........... Wise, Mrs. Margaret .... Wise, Kirk ....,..... Wise, Scott ..,.,....... Wohlgamuth, Mark ....... , ..... 193 .......186 ....114,174 . ,.... 191 W Wade, Lee Ann ..,... Wade, Todd , .....,. . Wagner, James .... Wagner, Natalie ... Waainer, Owen .... Wa er, Jay .... Wallar Wallar, Jeff .... .... Wallar, Lori ........., Walsh, Brenda .... . . Walsh Jim ..... . . . waisnl John ....... Brad ..,. . . 168 191 191 ....186 ....186 180 ......,..111,112 45,95,150,153,162 . ...,........ 186 7,140,186 Walsh' tim ' ' ' ' ' 27 ee'ei'1'oo 13311124 a ter, ar , .... , , ry 13Q,148,156,162 Walters, Donna ............,...... 186 Walters, Kenny .,.. ....,...... 1 Walters, Lori .,.... Walters, Terry . . . Walthers, Larry . . ,. Waltz, Dee ........ Waltz, Kelly ....., Waltz, Nancy ..,... Wapperom, Randy .., . Ward, Barb ...,.,.... . , . Wards, Jeff ....... .... Warner, Bill ...... .... Warner, Mike .... .,. Warris, Jackie ... . Warris, Jim ..... ... G8 180 191 168 ,...174 191 162 191 180 i::i:ii191 77,138,139 ...163,168 .......191 vvassink, Joe ...... .....,...,. 1 91 Wassink, Scott ..... ,... 1 07,123,174 Watkins, Chris ...., ......,.... 1 86 Watkins, Kim ...... ..... 4 8,132,168 Watkins, Linda ...., ....., 1 50,163 Watkins, Mike .,... ,... .... 1 6 3 Watkins, Teresa ..,.. Watkins, Thomas .... Watson, Barb ....,. Watson, Dwight Watson, Tim ..... Watson Joe .... . .. .nee watt, cliff ..... ....153,219 Weaver, Bob . , . Weaver, Lisa ,,... . Weaver, Lelani . .. . . Weaver, Patty .......... . . Weaver, Ruth ..,..,...... Wehirtger Bill ............ wEIc ART PHARMACY .,..191 ...,186 ....168 163 .,....174 ......18O ,. ,.,.. 174 ...79,168 ...71,168 , ..... 168 ....186 ....227 Wofe, Chris ...................... 186 Wollenhaupt, Mr. Gene ......,.. 56,199 Workman, Shelly ......... ...... 1 80 Worstine, Anita ....,... .... 1 68 Woten, John . .... .... 1 80 Woten, Lisa ...... .... 1 74 Wranik, Frank ...... .... 1 80 Wreede, Michael .,,. ..,... 1 B6 Wright, Ric. ...... Wright, Stacie ,.... Wright, Mrs. Sue .... Wright, Todd ........ Yarger, Eva .... ,...... Yarger, Kerry . .. ,. Yarger, Mike ... Young, Kelly .... . Young, Tim ..,........ Zellman .....,.180 ....186,229 ...,..193 ...,191 Y ....191 .....180 . ,..... .17 ...,.67,168 Z Rebecca Lamb ...........163 Zerkel, Shannon .... 32,35,36,44,45105 1o7,123,124,1ee,27i Zerkel, Steve ........,......... 111,112 Zimerle, John .........,.....,.... 174 Zimerle, Thom ... ..,.2O,158,162 Zimmerly, Gregg .... .......,,.. 1 74 Zuber, Jan ....... .... 9 8,162,163 Zuber, Lisa ..... ..,.. 1 63,191 Zulick, Connie ..,. .....,. 1 68 I ,,,- . ,,,..-r My-Q 5 ai ,NM , -fi ' NQKN- If j""""' . A ,, .r ... M-f-Q-h' ri M. M- Q12 fwfffwil choir on Sunday mornings along with her American family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Terrell and Ava. BOTTOM: Sabine plays the Ger- man National Anthem on the piano. She plays the flute and guitar also. LEFT: Sabine enjoys singing in the church D Q' L. I Youngsters inspect conservation oreo C olorful country scenes, delicious apples and many young students set the scene for the 1976 Future Farmers of America Conservation Day. Elementary students from Gomer and Elida schools visited the forty-acre site set aside for use by the FFA department. Five acres of the land have been pre- served as a conservation area, complete with pond, trees and a shelter house which the FFA built two years ago. FFA members combined the apple butter and cider making with a hike through the nature trail, where youngsters looked for animal tracks, climbed bridges and identified trees. Students were also made aware of the need for conservation both in the com- munity and on the national level. am..-v .11 --f.:-fe..Nt-mi.,-It-zz.zz-rex. L. .,-.f.f.f,. 'sfgaaunfw is fm maizeQ-:v11:f-112,-1-wwH -A -fw- ,,Ar,,5,,,,.,., ,.v.-amM,,.,,,,..,,.1,,.. Aww-1. ,t iw. .twat-isa 'fav-at.. il"iAi iliiiiiiii ii" "" M 7 f .,,,U ,ft 1.1e,.,,, L- ,..,, ,,,,,,,.,,.,. .1 wt -ff-- 11 --f.f-' -4,- f zaa cm-mg , ,f ,," i x v., W, -if-I-va. Q A , K- ' '5, ,A vl- 'X NAxV 'Ziff'-1, W, - fr'-, A' - S1 L K 'Qu'-+-Lg' 5 "A -If' ?s 9, l fy . fir- .LA sz, . , -. 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