Garrett High School - Aeolian Yearbook (Garrett, IN)

 - Class of 1966

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What each of us will remember may be different, but none of us will forget 1966 AS TIME GOES BY. TABLE OF CONTENTS School Life.4 Faculty.16 Organizations.36 Sports . 54 Seniors.72 Underclassmen.88 Junior High.102 Index.110 3 AS TIME GOES BY IN SCHOOL LIFE I I I Miss DeKalb County, Cathy Barcus, smiles from her float in the parade at the County Fair. Baseball games, swimming, and casual dates were all a part of summer 1965 in Garrett, Indiana. The highlight of the summer was the crowning of Miss Garrett during the annual Sidewalk Days. The beginning of school was mixed with new faces and unchanging traditions. Foot¬ ball games were of prime importance during the first two months of school. The conference crown, the Auburn Game, and many spirited pep rallies are memories of this season. At the County Fair Miss Garrett, Cathy Barcus, was chosen Miss DeKalb County, and Cyndy Brechbill reigned as 4-H Queen. The annual Magazine Drive was a suc¬ cess, as the goal of $3, 500 was sur¬ mounted . As Teachers ' Institute approached and students eagerly anticipated a vacation, it was plain to see that this year was off to a wonderful start. Sidewalk Days, Fun Highlight Summer Denny Feagler comes up for air during a swim meet at the Garrett pool on the Fourth of July. Miss Garrett and her court included Nancy Capin, Kathy Campbell, Becky Schurr, Claudia Miller, Janice Casey, Miss Garrett 1965; Gathy Barcus, Miss Garrett 1966; Kay McKee, Cindy Lewis, Mary Lynn Neukom, and Tina Lung. 6 ■ School Mixed with Work, More Fun Reserve cheerleaders Tina Wysong, Diane Capiii, and Janie Wheeler hold up an effigy of an Auburn Red Devil which was burnt at the snake dance. Chairman of the Magazine Ikive, Steve Mulligan, records the sales of each class during the annual Magazine Ikive, sponsored by the Student Ojuncil. Every GHS’er has to make decision. It is especially hard for eighth grader Debbie Andrews, as she de¬ cides what books she will need from her locker to begin tlie day. Dave Yarde displays his prize-winning steer at the Auburn Fair. School Routine Progresses Smoothly Along with much extra-curricular activity, the school routine also con¬ tinued . This year activity period was moved to the end of the day, preceeded by six periods of class. This period was set aside for club meetings, homeroom activities, and frequent pep rallies. Classroom periods were reg¬ ulated by the bell, which sounded at the end of fifty-five minuted and re¬ sulted in students rushing to lockers and another class beginning five minutes later. During the half-hour lunch break recreation was provided in the auditorium. Several boys enjoy a volleyball game as a part of the recrea¬ tion provided to students during their limch period. Senior Steve Lewis, looking to his future, seeks information on the college of his choice from the files in the guidance office. Sophomores Ethel Finn and Connie Anderson make a " little freshman " kneel before them during the traditional Blue Triangle Initiation. 8 Kay McKee Reigns at Fall Homeeoming Kay McKee, a senior, was crowned 1965 Football Queen during the halftime of the Concordia game. The second annual Football Home™ coming was observed during cere- monies at the halftime of the Concordia game. The football team chose four girls, one from each class, as candidates . The student body voted to determine the queen. At the ceremonies the candidates and their escorts appeared on the field. Tonya Miller, last year ' s queen, crowned Kay McKee 1965 Football Queen. Members of the Football Queen ' s Court were Carol Roebel, junior; Ethel Firm, sophomore; and Debbie Westland, freshman. Mr. Ernest Worthing, Steve Lewis, questions Miss Prism, Tina Lung, about the mystery of the baby in the handbag. Mr. Shelton as director of the play instructs the cast on an important item at dress rehearsal. Class Play Set in " The Importance of Being Ernest " by Oscar Wilde was chosen as the Senior Play for this year. It had a cast of nine people and was directed by Mr. Shelton. The play is a satire of Victorian Victorian Society society. The plot of the play is an idealistic situation involving the confusion of the name Ernest and to whom it belonged. The play was presented twice and was well accepted. Convocations, Clothes Concern Us As the,weather got colder, students also became more style-conscious. This year benchwarmers were popular with both boys and girls . In style with the girls were textured hose and the ' ' total” look. The most popular fashion colors with many GHS ' ers this year were maroon and blue. Each year the Student Council presents a Thanksgiving program. The true meaning of Thanksgiving is presented with songs, speeches, and skits. Football season ended and basketball began. We eagerly anticipated a successful season. Mike Jacobs and Kevin Blair kept warm in benchwarmers, which were very popular among the boys this year. Theresa Wheeler gives her study period to work in the office. Taking attendence is one of the duties these girls perform. Ellen Hazeltine, Kathy Shreve, and Nancy Capin were fashion-conscious, as textured hose, shoulder bags, and benchwarmers were in style with the girls. Nancy McKee explains the meaning of Thanks¬ giving in a speech at the special convocation, sponsored by the Student Council. Tina Lung poses happily on her throne after she The members of the Homecoming Court were Brenda was crowned 1966 Homecoming Queen at the Sni- Wendell, Karen Myers, and Betsy Sapp, der game. Tina Lung Elected Basketball Queen Reigning this year as basketball queen was Tina Lung. Regal and stately was her appearance on the night of her crowning. Her court of three were acintillating in their formal gowns. This gala evening was the culmination of a campaign to select one of four sen¬ ior girls to succeed last year’s queen. These girls were chosen by members of the varsity basketball team to be can¬ didates for this special honor. The stu¬ dent body, through a popular election, made a final selection. It was during the half-time of the Snider-Garrett game that the new queen was announced. To compliment the grandeur of the evening, the band played majestic music as the queen and her court were escorted onto the floor. Co- captains Craig Gilliland and Steve Smith then presented the dazzling Tina with roses and a royal crown. The ladies took their reserved seats. Betsy Sapp Jim Meier Tina Lung Bob Lung Karen Myers Mike Smurr Second Semester Finds Everyone Busy Jeff Best enjoys his lunch period at Lillie ' s. Here he pays for a coke and cake, which will give him much- needed energy. Juniors Jeanne Helbert, Lynn Freeman, and Dianne Lash contribute to the class funds by selling cokes at a ball game. The funds are used to fiance the annual Junior- Senior Banquet. After semester break, students seemed to become busier. Co-chair¬ men for Council Capers began working on the annual event. The Student Coun¬ cil devoted most of its meetings to planning the first " Little 500 " . The Science Club sponsored the an¬ nual local science fair in February. Many projects were entered by all twelve grades to make the fair a suc¬ cess . The Junior class chose Cyndy Brech- bill and Steve Boice as general co- chairmen of the banquet. With a theme chosen and committees formed, the class began hours of work on the event. " My Fair Lady " was chosen for the 3rd annual all-school production. After the casts were chosen, rehears¬ als were scheduled every evening in Mrs. Buckner ' s room. The main event that seemed to oc¬ cupy everyone ' s mind was basketball. Ending the regular season undefeated, GHSer ' s anticipated a long tournament road ahead. The Thespians and music department presented a community Christmas pageant. Shown here are Thespian members in a Nativity scene. !3 W fj m l: l V j Tm - 9 W P ■ r • The servers were; FIRST ROW; Tim Hippensteel, Dave Marti, Pat Hunter, Bob Holbrook, Larry Williams, Skip Murray, Steve Boice, Ron Freeze, Jeff Hipskind, and Ed Talley. SECOND ROW: Leslie Rhetts, Kathy Shreve, Mike Lewis, Paula Bateman, Linda Conkle, Mary Lee Carper, Debbie Buckles, Carol Brennen, Tina Wysong, Linda Myers, and Rhonda Ballentine. THIRD ROW: Cindy Carper, Cyndy Brechbill, Phil Heitz, Steve McGrath, Roxanne Isenbarger, Pam Dirr, Dave Clark, and Margo Januseski. “Once Upon a Time,” Theme of Banquet On April 30th, the juniors and seniors entered the world of make- believe and fantasy. The theme of the Banquet was " Once Upon A Time " . The co-chairmen of the event were Nancy Capin and Tom Stebing. The entertainment was provided by exotic Polynesian dancers and Dick Seeger ' s band played dance music. After the banquet everyone enjoyed the informal all-night party. The remainder of the week-end was spent at the lake. Polynesian dancers provided exotic entertainment at the Banquet. It was enjoyed and excepted by everyone. The senior girls help Cindy Lewis pull her sleeping bag from the lake, at a party after the banquet. Spring Activities Keep Everyone Busy Don Cattell, Wayne Funk, Carolyn Myers, and Mary Kay Yoder discuss the merits of scholastic achieve¬ ment at the first banquet for junior high honor stu¬ dents last spring. The Class of 1965 are together for the last time before they step out into life on their own. - ■ft-- ' The end of the year is a busy time at Garrett High School, Class picnics and traditional banquets are scheduled at every opportunity. The Junior-Senior Picnic at Pokagon is the highlight. It is given the last week of school by the seniors as a thank-you for the banquet. The last week of school is crowded with examinations for the underclass¬ men. They look forward to the summer vacation, knowing they will return next fall. The seniors are busy with graduation activities. These ceremonies are the end of high school for them and the beginning of new responsibility to the future. The arrival of the Aeolian is marked by the Aeolian record hop. Everyone autographs the treasure and little dancing is done. AS TIME GOES BY IN ACADEMICS As the 1965-66 school year began, students and teachers were introduced to new faces, projects, and problems. Plans for the new gym¬ nasium were carefully con- side ed and approved by Mr, Charles Puff, Superintendent, and members of the School Board. Mr. James Fritch under¬ took his new duties as Princi¬ pal while Mr. George Pearson, Assistant Principal, saw that the discipline was properly carried out. Mr. Arthur Garrigus be¬ came the new boys ' guidance counselor. Miss LeNore Lewis, girls ' guidance counselor, helped solve the day to day problems that arose. Mr. Charles Puff Indiana State B.S. Indiana State M.S. Superintendent Leadership, Assistance Provided by Members of the School Board included: Mrs. Buford Smith, Mr. Oscar Noel, Mr. George Wade, Mr. Maurice Chisholm, and Mr. Raymond Bertch. 18 Keeping the office records in order and supplying information were the duties of Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Clabaugh, and Mrs. Ballentine. Administration, Staff Mr. James Fritch Indiana State B.S. Indiana State M.S. Principal Mr. Arthur Garrigus Butler A.B. Goshen B.S. Guidance Counselor Miss LeNore Lewis Ball State B.S. Ball State M.S. Guidance Counselor Mr. George Pearson Ball State B.S. St. Francis M.S. Assistant Principal Mrs. Elsa Buckner Mrs. Bonnie Hall Mrs. Echo Lewis Taylor A.B. Indiana U.B.S. Lake Forest B.A. Purdue B.S. Indiana U.M.A. Reading, Writing, Speech, Drama Tom Barry and Randy Tustison drill on their vocabulary words for senior composition. The class learned twenty-five new words each week. Janney Lung spends many hours on notecards, rough drafts, out¬ lines, and typing in preparing his term paper. Attentive students listen to Judy Muzzillo ' s speech in Mr. Shelton ' s sophomore class. I i 1 I Mrs. Mary Mellott Earlham A.B. Mr. Gordon Harter Indiana U.B.S. Mrs. Connie Zitlow Wittenberg B.S. Improves Communication To improve communication is the primary objective of the English department. Speech, composition, English literature, journalism, and basic grammar are subjects offered, Business English, an addition to the English department, was offered to high school students this year. This course emphasized the grammar necessary for those interested in office work. In-class activities such as plays and other dramatic presentations added interest. Enacting the journeys of Canterbury Tales are: the knight, Craig Thorne; the yeoman, Fern Dame; and the prioress, Tina Berg. Mr. Lewis Shelton Taylor B.A. Taylor B.S, Indiana U.M.A. 21 Increasing Dave benbarger ' s vocabulary is a project for English class freshmen Brenda Mar¬ tin and Dave Yarde. New Modern Math Baffles Students, Rita Dresser, Sharon Coyer, and Steven Treesh listen as Yogi Carpenter explains a phase of modern math. Cossettee Kearns explains a geometric theorem to members of the sophomore geometry class. This was the year that the math department was revised. Modern math was introduced throughout the school system. Students began to work in bases, use new symbols, and to approach math with a new outlook. The math books had the appearance of literature books in¬ stead of their traditional appear¬ ance . Students have a choice of study¬ ing math on the academic level geared for the college-bound stu¬ dent or practical math intended for those who do not plan to continue their education beyond high school. General math, business math, algebra, geometry, and trigonom¬ etry are the math subject offered at Garrett. Mr. Richard Capin Manchester B.S Indiana U.M.S. Mr. John Flora Mr. James Gormong Indiana U.A.B. Indiana State U.B.S. Indiana U.M.S. 22 Science Intrigues David Campbell, Sandy Anderson, and Marilyn Bertsch ob¬ serve Pat Casey as he views a slide under the microscope. Carefully preparing for an experiment in senior high science is Marianne Caprino. As our society becomes more and more com¬ plex, the study of science gains in importance. Each year first year biology students gain a new understanding of what life is. The physics stu¬ dents renew the study of basic principles . Young chemists once again are exposed to the elements that compose our environment. Through our scientific studies we are introduced into a fascinat¬ ing and exciting realm of knowledge . Mr. William Ketch hidiana State U.B.S. Mr. Ralph Bame Mr. Cleo Miller Mr. Edward Mahnesmith Manchester B.S. Purdue B.S. Manchester B.S. Presenting interesting sociological data in Mr. Hughes ' senior class is Dan Gilbert. Mervyn Porter shows Chris Brinkerhoff and Lynn Gonzales the location of Greece during a world history class session. Past, Present Ideas Learning to understand ourselves and our fel¬ low man will make us happier and more success¬ ful citizens. These are the dual goals of the social studies. In our history, sociology, and psychology classes, we view mankind in many prospectives. We visualize the past, contemplate the present, and attempt to foresee and shape the future, Mr. Ronald Hughes Purdue B.P. E Mr. Virgil Finchum Ball State U.B.S. Ball State U.M.S. Mr. Cameron Parks U. of Illinois B.S. U. of Kentucky M.A. Mr. Robert Harman Wabash A.B. 24 Mr. Jay Newell Indiana State U.B. S. Miss Sarah Eldridge Manchester B.S. Mr. Lester McCartney Harding B.A. Mr. Larry Stomm Ball State U.B.S. Prepare Us for Future Today business firms are asking for highly skilled clerical workers. The business depart¬ ment supplies the education required to secure a position. A class in office machines was added to the business curriculum this year. Future employers will be proud of the well trained stu¬ dents of Garrett. Mike Smurr flies over the keys as he concentrates on his typing assignment. Numbers, balance sheets, assets, debits, and credits occupy the mind of Bob Holbrook as he works to complete his book keeping project. Language Students Study Culture Being able to speak, understand, read, or write in a foreign lan¬ guage are not the end of the high school language departments. Stu¬ dents of alien tongues also study the customs, geography, and history of foreign lands. Besides learning Latin, German, and Spanish, students also learn to understand English vocabulary and grammar better . Eager Spanish students raise their hands in response to a question. Wayne Roberts, Barry Reese, and Linda DePew speak in Latin as Mrs. Elizabeth Love Indiana U. A.B. Indiana U.M.A. Julius Caesar listens in. 26 Mr. Hubert Stackhouse Manchester A.B. Indiana U.A.M.T. Mrs. Jane bh Indiana U.B.S. Mr. John Hutton Mrs. Jennie Smith Manchester B.S. Eastern Illinois State B. Ed. Talents Are Put to Practical Use Art classes give students the op¬ portunity to create and express themselves in a meaningful way. Also, students learn to attain a higher regard for other peoples ' creativity. In the home economic classes students learn to make their own clothing and to improve their cook¬ ing techniques . Through art and home economics students learn satisfying and prac¬ tical skills. Industrious Nancy Lemish learns skills in home economics that will be of benefit to her all of her life. Following the example given on the board, Mike Helbert draws in Mr. Hutton ' s art class. 27 Physical Fitness Stressed for Youth Strong bodies make alert minds for these students doing sit ups in Miss Crowe ' s gym class. Miss Fredina Crowe Indiana State U.B.S. Indiana U.M.S. Developing healthy bodies is one of the goals of the physical educa¬ tion department. Providing an at¬ mosphere where students can learn to play together is another. Students participate in a variety of sports; and, of course, do the time-proven calisthenics. With a healthy body and an adjustable personality, stu¬ dents will be able to reach worthy objectives for themselves, the com munity, and for mankind. DePauw A.B. With such determination this team is bound to win this tug-of-war con¬ test. 28 Mr. Paul Bateman Mx. Robert Ewing Mr. Donald Steward Purdue B.S, Purdue B.S. Ball State U.B.S. Purdue M.S. Ball State U.M.S. The practical studies of shop, drawing, and agriculture are ap¬ pealing to many students . Learning how to run machines that will make usable items provides the student with a feeling of self-accomplish¬ ment . Students Build After spending hours working on one drawing, one feels proud of his work, Learning new methods and improving old ones while raising and growing plants and animals occupies one ' s time in a worthwhile manner, for Practical Lives Senior Steve Mansfield seems to be puzzled as he works to complete a project in mechanical drawing. During shop class Jeff Brinkerhoff gives rapt atten¬ tion to the machines and tools that will assist him in learning valuable crafts and skills. f Band. FIRST ROW: Jerry Wallace, Fred Peck, Carole DeLong, Bill Baidinger, Ken Fike, Chris Shoener, Becky Schurr, and Mike Roop. SECOND ROW: Jeff Best, Mike Hervey, Gary Glaze, Pete Harter, Bob Wesner, Vonda Bixler, John Brown, John Baidinger, and Larry Williams. THIRD ROW; Tom Carper, Barry Reese, Debbie Hall, Rod Andrews, Vic Housel, Larry Booker, Steve Andrews, Tim Hippensteel, and Kay Shoener. Bands Add Color, Spur Enthusiasm, One of the most important organiza¬ tions of the school system, the Garrett High School Band, appeared at ball games and pep sessions boosting our team on to victory. The director, Mr. Larry Brandt, led the band in contests and parades bringing honors to the music department of Garrett High School. A new phase of the band was orga¬ nized this year as the Dance Band. This group appeared many places, in¬ cluding dances and dinners. Placing first in the District Music Contest and second in the State Music Contest, it served as a useful addition. Entertainment was provided at both basketball and football games by the Garrett High School twirlers. An added attraction was our first drum major. They added a bit of zest and color at half-time. 30 This year ' s twirlers were: Bill Baidinger, Drum Major, Marianne Myers, Drum Majorette, Lynn Freeman, Jeanne Helbert, and Claudia Miller. Band. FIRST ROW: Shelley Miles, Cindy Carper, Bruce Brown, Harold Smith, Stephen Yingling. SECOND ROW: Joyce Wesner, Margaret Moats, Marilyn Smith, Brenda Shultz, Peggy Young, Nancy Schuxr, Dick Peck. THIRD ROW: Chuck Ort, John Hess, Ed Myers, Cal Werner, Cindy Frey, Paul McCartney, Steve Wiley, Sandy Rosenberg, Don Koehl, Sharon Weller, Leslie Rhetts. Represent School at Many Events Dance Band. FIRST ROW: Sandy Rosenberg, Alice Kelham, Mike Roop, Becky Schurr, Chris Shoener, Bill Baidinger. SECOND ROW: Vic Housel, Tim Hippensteel, Kay Shoener, Larry Williams, Bruce Brown, Vonda Bixler, Don Koehl, Steve Wiley. Mr. Larry Brandt Eastern Illinois U. B.S. Indiana State U. M. S. 31 FRONT ROW: Roxanne Isenbarger, Miss Stafford, Mike Casey, Dave Clark, Dave Brown, Jerry Weller, Paula Bateman, Bonnie Becraft, Judy Krocker, Patty Tittle, Brenda Wendel, Sandy Trainer, Lana Morgan, Chris Crea- ger, and Georganna Marti. SECOND ROW: Ted Bowser, Leonard Saffen, Bud Weaver, Rick Mellott, Jim Pier¬ son, Dave Marti, Mitch Simpson, Jean DePew, Rose Leeper, Toni Shuff, Diane Rowe, Pam Goebel, Starr Tras- ter, Chris Ranney, Diane Swonger, and Rose Bowser. THIRD ROW: Sue Tuttle, Marcia Lung, Sandy Byanski, Lynn Neukom, Donna Dove, Marge Dannenberg, Cindy Schemery, Pat Summers, Evon Boleyn, Mary Caprino, Janice DePew, and Vicki Quinn. Two Groups Provide Entertainment Under the direction of Miss Stafford, our chorus has been blending their voices in beautiful harmont to entertain the students at several of the assembly programs. The Christmas and spring concerts highlighted their year ' s ac¬ tivities . Along witli the chorus, Miss Stafford sponsored the Streamliners with the assistance of Mrs. Zitlow. A snappy pom pom routine combined with the new eye-catching costumes brought enjoy¬ ment to everyone at two of Garrett ' s home games. This year ' s Streamliners included: FRONT ROW: Susan Davis, Kay Kirkpatrick, Sue Ann Likens, Connie Hixson, Chris Creager, Diane Swonger, Karen Davie, Jayne Ervin, Sue Redmond. BACK ROW: Kathy Shreve, Debbie Buckles, Linda Conkle, Michalee Lewis, Carol Roebel, Margo Januseski, Carolyn Par- meter, Sherry Smith, and Mary Lynn Mueller. Miss Susan Stafford Kalamazoo B.A. The Junior High Chorus is under the direction of Miss Stafford. This choir was presented with a sec¬ ond place award at the regional contest held in Fort Wayne this winter. The chorus presented pro¬ grams at a Parents- Teachers Association meetings and sang at the Christmas convocation. The Junior High Band, under the direction of Mr. Brandt, marched in the annual DeKalb County Fair held in Auburn. They also entertained P.T.A. members at one of their meetings. Sarah Haynes, Sue Kirkpatrick, Toni Miles, Lisa Englehard, Roxanna Gerber, Marilyn, Jeanne Hockaday, Kathy Craeger, Peggy Chisholm, Marcia Crager, Cheryl Snyder, Penny Evans, Debbie Andrews, Joanne Hockaday, and Mary Clark made up the Junior High Chorus. Sandy Rosenbuig accompanied the choir. Vocalists, Musicians Perfect Skills FRONT ROW: Paula Loutzenhiser, .Jola Rowe, Pam Cutler, Mary Baker, Ed Schlotterback, Patty Housel, Jon Wilmot, Mark Anderson. SECOND ROW: Deanna Cornell, Debra Neukom, Steve Smeltzer, Mike Hockaday, Ken Rhodes, Christine McCartney, Max Wallace, Terry McNutt, Ken Roebel. THIRD ROW: Gary Vice, Jim Burns, Cheryl Peters, Greg Weller, Mike Burns, Ronald Gall, Rickie Shultz, Jack Engle, Mike Rhodes, Earl Smith. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Emerick, Karen Heller, Gloria Weaver, Renee Baughman, Kathy McIntosh, Dian Glaze, Dan Yarde, Doug Smith, Barry Parker, Alice Runioii, Mary Kay Clark, Cheryl Snyder. 33 Mrs. Hildreth Sweeney Manchester B.A. Brenda Martin, Vicki Kuglar, Jeanne Detrick, Guyan Ramey, and Dianne Lash assist Mrs. Sweeney in the library. Study Facilities Benefit Students The study hall and the library provide places for us to study, but they mean more than just that to us. In study hall we are provided with a breathing spell so that we can complete and re - view assignments. The library is a popular room. Here we can spend time doing research, browsing, or entering into the factu al and fic¬ tional lives of others. The study hour finds these students busy with assignments to complete. Mrs. Robert Talley and Mrs. Norman Funk Study Hall Supervisors 34 Providing out-of-town students with transportation to school is an invaluable service of the bus drivers. Workers Assist Us Behind Scenes Mr. Blomeke and Mr. Heitz spend many hours working after everyone has left school. Mr. Getts, Mr. Wilmot, and Mr. Robke spend many hours keeping the school spotless. The cooks spend many hours providing delicious meals for students and faculty of Garrett High School. Mrs. Carper, Mrs. Ludban, and Mrs. Sartor are known by all the students and perform an invaluable service. Under the direction of Miss Lewis and Mr. Stackhouse, the work of the twenty-seven council members could be seen throughout the school. The annual magazine drive, held at the beginning of the school year, was one of the successful projects of the council. Other projects included the convocations, the John F. Kennedy Scholarship, and Council Capers which were for the benefit of the student body. Every year, council members take part in the state convention, where they meet and confer with other council mem¬ bers, expressing their ideas for a better council and acquiring new ideas for their council. Also, the officers of the council are sent to a week long workshop to learn new ways to achieve their council goal. Busy Student Seventh and eighth grade Council members Mike Barcus, Kenny Roberts, Barbara Moran, Mike Anderson, Mary Kay Yoder, Leslie Wise, Karen Haynes, and Debbie Andrews gather around the flag. Absent were Brad Kinsey and Dan Barnhart. Standing proudly in front of the new bulletin board are freshmen and sophomore Student Council members Marcia Lung, Bruce Brown, Janie Wheeler, Linda DePew, Chris Creager, Peggy Young, Dave Gilliland, and Kathy Friend. Gabby Lilienthal, Sec.; Mark Hamm, Vice-Pres.; Tom Stebing, Pres.; and Susie Redmond, Treas. look over Council notes in preparation for the upcoming meeting. Juniors and seniors Craig Thorne, Sharon Roberts, Carol Brennen, Anita Johnson, Steve Mulligan, and Tom Potts relax on the patio after a late Council meeting. National Honor Society sponsored by Mrs. Love and honorary Mr. Puff did many things this year. One of the newest ventures was helping Angola N.H.S. install its new members. Again this year members served as ushers at the National Education Week program. In the spring the new members of the club were installed. The future president will have the opportunity of attending the Leadership Conference at I.U. this summer. The purpose and require¬ ments of the club display leadership, scholarship, service and character. Seniors must obtain a 3.0 average in order to become a member, juniors a 3.2 average and sophomores a 3.5 average. Craig Gilliland, Pres.; Dave Miller, Vice-Pres.; Carol Roebel, Sec.; and Bob Carpenter, Treas. look over minutes of the last Honor Society meeting. Council Leads, NHS Honors Scholars Members of the NHS were; FIRST ROW; Susie Redmond, Leslie Rhetts, Cindy Lewis, Jeanne Detrick, Cathy Barcus, Nancy Capin, Mary Lee Carper, Peggy Ley, Sandy Crodes, Tina Wysong, and Diane Capin. SECOND ROW; Mitch Simpson, Alice Kelham, Debbie Buckles, Margaret Moats, Karen Myers, Cindy Brechbill, Carol Brennen, Karen Ellert, and Anita Haynes, THIRD ROW; Janney Lung, Steve Mulligan, Arthur Cobbs, Dave Clark, Steve Smith, Tom Stebing, Kirk Aplin, Doug Opdycke, and Randy Tustison. 39 The AEOLIAN staff encountered new and different ideas. Color in the in¬ sheets was introduced for the first time. Having four different deadlines during the year, the staff kept working frantically to meet each one . Understudies were again chosen to help the staff and to acquaint them with the duties they will face the coming year. Fcm Dame and Alice Kelham, faculty ed. and Tina Lung and Kay McKee, organization editors type copy. Dianne Johnson, Brenda Smith, and Chris Kolbe look over lists of subscribers for the Aeolian. Tom Potts and Dave Noel, sports ed., and Bill Yoder and Steve Mulligan, senior editors check pictures and layouts. Publications Keep Wanda Hatton and Peggy Ley, underclass ed., and Gary Armstrong and Sandy Byanski, photographers edit copy and check pictures. Maxine Gravit, editor-in-chief, and Mr. Gor¬ don Harter, advisor, check the progress of the yearbook as the prepare to meet a deadline. Staffs Very Busy Bev Hall, Exchange Ed.; Cindy Brechbill, Editorial Ed.; Karen Ellert, Bus. Mgr.; and Carol Brennan, Copy Ed., all aided in giving valuable assistance to the paper. Made responsible for two pages of each issue were Tina Wysong, Becky Harter, Steve McGrath, Rhonda Ballentine, and Diane Lash. Susie Redmond, and Tom Barry, photographers, and Cindy Lewis and Craig Gilliland, sports editors are busy with their tasks. The MAROON AND BLUE STREAM¬ LINER for the first time enabled stu¬ dents to purchase greetings for the Christmas and Valentine issues. Con¬ gratulatory wishes were bought by the students for the team for their success¬ ful season. Two of the larger issues were the Christmas issue which was printed in colored ink and the April Fools ' issue. Kathy Campbell, editor-in-chief, and Mr. Jay Newell, advisor, admire the latest issue of the Maroon and Blue. Circulating managers of the staff for the year were Carole DeLong, Carol Roebel, Ed Talley, Claudia Miller, and Jeff Hipskind. Miller, Wei. Ch. Shown here are only a few of the many decorative cos¬ tumes worn at the Halloween Record Hop. A Halloween record hop, an Old- Time Bazaar, potluck, and the Semi- Formal were the main activities of the Y-Teens. A trip to the convalescent home was one of their service projects. Through these activities, junior and senior girls, under the leadership of Mrs. Mellott and Mrs. Lewis, can try to fulfill the purpose of their club. That is to grow in friendship of all people and to grow as a person. Hi-Y, Y-Teens Karen Elllert and Wanda Hatton keep themselves busy while work¬ ing at one of the many concession stands at the Y-Teen Bazaar. Vicki Quinn and Doug Opdycke were crowned queen and king of the annual Semi-Formal. 42 Randy Tustison and Ed Myers add the finishing Serving as officers of Hi-Y are Craig Gilliland, Pres.; Jim Grawcock, Sgt.-at-Arms; Rick Lewis, Vice-Pres.; Janny Lung, Sec.; Tim Moody, Treas.; and Ed Talley, Chap. touches to the decoration for the annual Semi- Formal. Have Busy Year To create, extend, and maintain through¬ out the community, home and school high standards of Christian living is the purpose of Hi-Y. Under the leadership of Mr. Ew¬ ing and Mr. Steward, junior and senior boys hold discussions, once a month so¬ cials, have speakers, service projects, and help sponsor the annual Semi-Formal. George Davis and Carole DeLong gaze upon Adding more enjoyment for everyone at the Semi-Formal one of the many decorations at the Semi- were the " The Chosen Ones " from Fort Wayne. Formal 43 Clubs Provide Connie Anderson, Program Ch.; Dianne Capin, Vice-Pres,; Connie Tuttle, Treas,; Chris Brinkerhoff, Pres.; and Margaret Moats, Sec. lead Blue Triangle. The Blue Triangle consisting of freshman and sophomore girls came up with a unique idea this year. They sponsored a " Mr. Football” contest. The semi-formal, mother-daughter tea, freshman initiation, and many service projects were a few of the events that made this an active year for the club, under the guidance of Miss Eldridge and Mrs . Hall. Paula Bartels, Carol Schiffli, Susie Likens, and Linda Lepley help to sort out the new shipment of Christmas cards for the Blue Triangle project. Dianne Capin crowns Bob Lung Mr. Football at the Blue Triangle Record Hop held in his honor. Fran Cleland, Karen Firm, a speaker from Brazil, Paula Parties, and Susie Likens look over artifacts after a Blue Triangle meeting. Service, Fun Proud of their new membership cards are Joe Michael and Wayne Roberts. Jr. Hi-Y under the leadership of Mr . Mahnesmith and Mr . Ketch is a service club for the freshman and sophomore boys . The purpose of the club is to create a better understanding and to promote leadership among the members . Leading Jr. Hi-Y activities are Lynn Grogg, Chaplain; Steve Lampe, Sgt. at Arms, Don Clark, Pres.; Mike Berg, Vice-Pres.; and Pat Boice, Sec. Sandy Rosenberg Treas. was absent. Denny Davis and Don Cattel were members of the Program Committee which planned activities for the club. Mike Berg, Pat Boice, and Tom Pence helped to write a new constitution for Jr.-Hi-Y. 45 Becky Harter, State Historian, looks over her notes before attending the State Convention. Highlighting tlic activities of tlie Latin Club was the annual Roman Banquet held in the spring. Other activities included Christmas caroling, a Round-up picnic, and monthly meetings which included guest speakers and Roman dress-ups . In order to promote a more thorough knowledge of Roman life, history, and literature, to impart a better understanding of the practical and cultural value of the classics, and to interest other students in the classical languages, delegates along with Mrs . Love attend state and national conventions . Last year the Garrett chapter had the largest delegation at the national con¬ vention held in Los Angeles . Customs, Culture, Languages Douglas Opedycke, Pres.; Carol Brennan, Sec.; Ed Talley, Parliamentarian; Janie Wheeler, Treas.; and Bob Carpenter. Vice-Pres. take a break after the Latin Club meeting. Sandy Trainer, Linda Conkle, Carrie Hippensteel, Mrs. Love, Margaret Moats, Henry Zecca, Debbie Hall, Barry Reese, Alice Ort, Joe Cromely, Diane Plainer, Steve McGrath, Theresa Wheeler, Kirk Aplin, Leslie Rhetts, Mike Berg, Sandy Cordes, Kris Brinkerhoff, Janie Wheeler, Ethel Einn, and Nancy Tullis were all members of the Club ' s trip to California last summer. Marianne Myers, Melanie Smith, Jim Wiley, Amy Leeson, and Craig Thorne, look over the collection of Spanish records. Elected as officers of Spanish Club were Cyndy Brechbill, Sec.; Gary Surfus, Pres.; Ron Cutler, Treas.; and Debbie Buckles, Sgt.-at-Arms. Jeff Hipskind was absent. Once again the Spanish Club is sponsored by Mr . Stackhouse . The purpose of the club is to aquaint the Spanish students with Spanish customs and way of life . A member must be a student of first or second year Spanish and be willing to cooperate with other members . During the evening club meetings members visited college Spanish Clubs. Intrigue Linguists, Historians Newly introduced is the Social Studies Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Parks . The purpose of this new and exciting club is to promote interest in social studies throughout the com- munity. The main activities of the club include various field trips to the battle fields and museums. Leading the Social Studies Club are George Davis, Treas.; Randy Tustison, Pres.; Carol Brennan, Sec.; and Tom Barry, Vice-Pres. Dave Miller, Susie Redmond, Anita Haynes, and Steve Smith praise one of the many Social Studies projects. King of Siam, Tom Stebing, shows his anger at the children in a scene from the all-school production of the King and 1. Cathy Barcus performs one of her many talents for the members of Speech Club. The spring all-school-play is produced by the Thespians under the leadership of Mr. Shelton. The purpose of the club is to create an active and intelligent interest in dramatic arts . Mr. Shelton is also the sponsor of Speech Club, another club whose purpose is to develop an interest in the arts of English. Both clubs present one act plays at their meetings and for school functions . Oral Skills, Guiding Thespians were Dave Clark, Vice- Pres.; Cindy Brechbill, Clerk; Mitch Simpson, Pres.; Cindy Frey, Treas.; and Margo Januseski, Sec. Handling the business of Speech Club were Jerilyn Kock, Prog. Ch.; Mike Lewis, Vice-Pres.; Tom Car¬ penter, Treas.; Mike Heitz, Sgt.-at-Arms; Debbie Myers, Pres.; and Mari Lynn Neukom, Sec. Business officers were Bev Hall, Prog. Ch.; Cindy Carper, Treas,; Paula Dembickie, Vice-Pres.; Peggy Ley, Pres,; and Bill Yoder, Reporter, Kathy Beber, Sec. was absent. Systems Learned Lynn Freeman, Joan Thompson, and Kay Shoener work on making articles for the Christmas season. Steve Mansfield shows Shelly Miles, Betty Kalhke, and Vicki Quinn how to work the calculating machine. To increase pupils interest in library work and to develop a knowledge of the library are the purposes of the club spon¬ sored by Mrs . Sweeney . The clubs activities included a guest speaker, field trip to Indiana University, and delegates for the summer workshop for students librarians . The business club consisted of thirty- six members led by Mr . Newell. Purposes of the club are to create interest in the occupations of business . The club made a field trip to Ball State University and helped a needy family in addition to sponsoring club record hops . In charge of library club throughout the year were Jeanne Detrick, Pres,; Guyan Ramey, Vice-Pres.; and Cindy Frey, Sec. 49 Scientists, Operators Serve Community Leslie Rhetts, Kirk Aplin, and Mike Jacobs check on the progress of their aquarium for the science fair. A willingness to devote time and effort is the main requirement for the Operators Club. They serve the school and com¬ munity under the leadership of Mr. Bate¬ man and Mr . Harmon by setting up P . A. systems for basketball and football games, running films and score boards, and by helping in the lighting and sound of plays and productions . A very i mportant club at G . H .S . is the Science Club under the sponsorship of Mr. Bame and Mr, Miller. The main purpose of this club is to promote science in the school as well as the community. Many field trips and service projects were engaged in by the club ' s twenty members. Phil Heitz, Sec.; George Davis, Treas.; Dave Noel, Vice- Pres.; and Chuck Bavis, Pres., lead activities of Operators Club. Ed Talley delivers one of the many movie projectors to teacher Mrs. Zitlow. Science Club leaders are Mitch Spimson, Treas.; Craig Thome, Vice-Pres.; Rick Ewert, Sec,; Kevan Blair, Pres.; and Debbie Hall, Corres. Sec, Canying on activities of FFA were Clark Bergdall, Reporter; Wayne Weller, Vice-Pres.; Lany Dove, Sentinal; Tom Shaffer, Adv.; Bob Holbrook, Treas.; Je rry Weller, Pres.; and Paul Smith, Sec. The International Livestock Exposition, was one of the many places visited by the FFA this year. Sponsored by Mr. Bate¬ man, the purpose of the club is to encourage and practice thrift, improve¬ ment in scholarships, and to develop competent, agressive, rural, and agri¬ cultural leadership. Ron Sechler relaxes between FFA activities at the fair. Put to Valuable Use Knowledge Acquired The purpose of the Future Hom.e- makers of America sponsored by Mrs . Ish. is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys of homemaking. Members of the club must have had at least one year of homema.king. The weekly project of the club was a bakesale held every Thursday. Leading FHA are Carol Hageman, Pres,; Betty Mary Anne Maurer and Charlotte Warstler sell FHA Kalhke, Vice-Pres.; Ann. Kleeman, Treas.; Vonda " GOODIES " to Chris Cr eager and Marsha Lung. Bixler, Sec,; Nancy Lemish, Prog. Ch.; Marilyn Smith, Reporter, and Linda Shafer, Historian. 51 Barbara Spicer eludes opponents as she drives for a basket. Such games as basketball and volleyball provided recreation for members of GAA. Contriving new and interesting acitivites for the GAA were club officers Debbie Buckles, Vice- Pres.; Trudi Hall, Pres.; Vonda Bixler, Sec.; and Sharon Weller, Treas. Students Put Vigor to Good Use At the Aubum-Garrett game members of the Boy ' s Pep Club show the enthusiasm that helped to make the season a successful one. The Boys Pep Club, sponsored by Mr. Newell creates spirit among the boys of the high school and backs the team. Activities of the club are creating new yells and backing the bas¬ ketball team. Through basketball and volleyball games the members of the Girls Athletic Association are able to take part in recreational sports . A banquet is held at the end of the year to honor the officers and the outstanding players . The club is sponsored by Miss Lewis. Presiding over boys Pep Club are Phil Heitz, Sgt. at Arms; Jim Dietrick, Mascot; Gary Kleeman, Pres.; Pat Hunter, Treas.; and Tom Parvu, Sgt. at Arms. Janney Lung and Ed Talley were absent. 52 Members of the Girls ' Pep Club in their new maroon jumpers and white blouses give a precision performance during the half-time at one of the Coliseum games. Such unified cheering added color and enthusiasm to the basketball games. Girls’ Pep Club Promotes Team Spirit New Pep Club outfits consisting of maroon jumpers and white blouses added highlights to the Pep Squad this year. White gloves were worn to complete the outfit. A new spiral was learned and performed at the half time of the tourney. Club members portrayed the players in skits performed at the pep sessions held before each football and basketball game . Before each football game the Railroaders were greeted by a victory line . Meetings were held every first and third Friday during activity period and also on Thursday nights before a home game. Through the guidance of Miss Fredina Crowe the cheerleaders taught the squad many new and spirited yells . The Pep Club again took charge of the Football and Basketball Homecoming. Leading the Pep Squad through the year were Kay Mc¬ Kee, Pres.; Paula Dembickie, Vice-Pres.; Peggy Ley, Treas.; and Kris Brinkerhoff, Sec. 53 AS TIME GOES BY IN ATHLETICS FRONT ROW: Steve McGrath, mgr.; Jim Redmond, Dick Dembickie, Dan Sobieski, Tony Steinmentz, Mike Berg, Steve Lampe, Mike Roop, Scott LaTumer, Dan Clark, Jim Miller, mgr. MIDDLE ROW: Dave Miller, Bob Lung, Dave Noel, Dave Brown, Mike Anderson, Tom Karavas, Tom Parvu, Jim Denes, Ron Livergood, Rodney Andrews, Larry Dillon, Mike Smurr, Denny Worden, Rick Lewis, David Steward. BACK ROW: John Hutton, asst, coach; Dick Capin, coach; Pat Hunter, Ron Freeze, Steve Andrews, Scott Bishop, Ed Myers, Dave Marti, Mark Hamm, Rick Ewert, Ron Cutler, Jan Fraze, Denny Feagler, Randy Rupp, mgr. GHS Dominates, Buzz Steward scrambles around end for yardage against Bluffton. CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT SEASON G-MEN! The Mighty Railroaders " acquired the conference crown under the work of coaches Capin and Hutton. With added ingredients of desire, talent, skill, and school spirit, this team set a new NEIC defensive record. Opponents did not ven¬ ture across the G-men ' s goal line until the final game. Phrases such as " The best offense is a good defense " proved very true during this year . Single players can not be credited for the team ' s success. Each player doing his own duty at the proper time led to this suc¬ cessful season. Extensive depth in the local squad proved too much for their foes, as Garrett rolled over Kendallville and Decatur by the scores of 62-0 and 34-0 respectively. The G-men ' s only defeat came at the hands of the strong Hicksville, Ohio team, who were undefeated during the entire season. 56 Dave Miller attempts to elude an Auburn defender after a fine reception. Wins Conference Alert Garrett defensive team halts a Bluffton thrust. Rick Lewis powers his way aroimd end for a small gain. A host of Bluffton Tigers entrap Denny Feaglar. Garrett 34 0 Decatur Garrett 62 0 Kendallville Garrett 7 0 Bluffton Garrett 27 0 Angola Garrett 7 0 Concordia Garrett 20 0 Columbia City Garrett 25 0 Auburn Garrett 0 6 Hicksville 37 Mike Anderson Rod Andrews Dave Brown Jim Denes Larry Dillon Tom Karavas Rick Lewis Ron Livergood Fifteen Seniors Letter, Provide Vigilant Railroads are prepared to tackle opponent. Team with Experience Garrett fans cheer Ed Myers as he leads the team through the victory hoop. Junior halfback Ron Cutler escapes defenders and runs for a touchdown. Bob Lung Dave Miller Dave Noel Tom Parvu Mike Smurr Dave Steward Denny Worden 59 Members of Garrett ' s undefeated Railroaders were: FRONT ROW; Dave Clark, Rick Lewis, Dave Steward, Jim Vogel, Tony Miller, and Ron Cutler. BACK ROW; Coach Ward Smith, Dave Miller, Chuck Bavis, Mike Heitz, Craig Gilliland, Steve Smith, and Ed Myers. Dave " Buzz " Steward displays the form that was shown all season long by the undefeated Railroaders. School Salutes VARSITY BASKETBALL Garrett 77 43 Fremont Garrett 112 80 Avilla Garrett 66 23 Waterloo Garrett 73 50 Kendallville Garrett 97 39 Prairie Heights Garrett 63 50 Auburn Garrett 97 65 Huntertwon Garrett 84 39 Bluffton Holiday Tournament Garrett 71 45 Angola Garrett 77 67 Kendallville Garrett 85 68 Angola Garrett 60 55 Columbia City Garrett 82 37 Bishop Dwenger Garrett 42 26 Eastside Garrett 94 60 Snider Garrett 91 60 Concordia Garrett 64 41 Decatur Garrett 86 45 Ossian Garrett 45 37 Churubusco Garrett 83 40 Hamilton 60 The Garrett Railroaders were the most successful team in the state this year. By winning twenty consecutive victories during the regular basketball season, they were the only undefeated team in Indiana when the bas - ketball season closed. On their way to this unprecedented posi¬ tion, the mighty G-men won the Holiday Tournament and the North Eastern Indiana Conference championship. They climbed the state rating charts to be ranked the number five team in Indiana by the United Press and the number three team by the Associated Press. During the season Coach Smith ' s quintet burned the nets by hitting fifty per cent most games and above fifty per cent in others. Throughout the campaign they held the opposi¬ tion to a scant minority of baskets , Garrett averaged 77.5 points each game, while their opponents averaged only 48.5 points against the Railroaders ' might. Despite these facts, some teams gave the boys a rough time, for example, the tough and talented undefeated Columbia City Eagles lost to the Railroaders in a game that was a real thriller. At the Fort Wayne Coliseum, the Garrett team proved itself invincible to a fiery Ossian club. Later in the season, " hard hitting " Churubu SCO was edged out for a nineteenth victory. Garrett closed the season undefeated when they won over Hamilton High School. (WE ' RE PROUD OF OUR TEAM!) Craig Gilliland waltzes through the air for another two points while Ed Myers looks on. Great Team Positioning themselves for a possible rebound are Jim Vogel and Ed Myers as Rick Lewis shoots. On one of many good defensive plays, Steve Smith blocks a lay-up during the Garrett-Auburn game. 6 ) " Chas " Bavis appears to dwarf an Angola Craig Gilliland eludes the opposition for an easy score, player. Experience, Energy, Enthusiasm Dave Miller grabs one of many rebounds during the Garrett- Auburn game as Craig Gilliland and Ed Myers come to help. Garrett High School was blessed with one of the greatest players to ever come out of the state of Indiana, Chuck Bavis. In his soph¬ omore and junior years he made the All- sectional and Regional Honor Teams. During his junior and senior years he made the NEIC first team. In his senior year he was listed among the nation ' s top one-hundred players, broke the school and county scoring record, and was on the All-American Third Team. A referee looks on as if to keep Rick Lewis honest during the Garrett-Ossian game at the Coliseum. 62 Builds Team Three capable senior girls--Cathy Barcus, Nancy Capin, and Cindy Lewis--lead Garrett fans in cheers throughout a year filled with spectac¬ ular athletic achieve¬ ments . Our varsity cheer¬ leaders sporting new outfits that, for the first time, were Garrett’s school colors added spirit and color to the athletic contests. All of these girls at¬ tended a cheerleaders ' clinic during the sum¬ mer . As a result new cheers and routines sparked both athletes and rooters. Cindy Lewis, Nancy Capin, and Cathy Barcus channeled our enthusiasm and lead Garrett fans as they cheered the Railroads on to successive vic¬ tories. Displaying skillful outside shooting is Steve Smith. Chuck Bavis, alert and poised, is prepared to assist Buzz Steward if he should miss. 63 Chuck Bavis Craig Gilliland Rick Lewis Varsity Brings Leading Garrett to the greatest bas¬ ketball season in the school ' s history were seven seniors. All were varsity members when they were sophomores . These players, filled with motivation, experience, and fine coaching, estab¬ lished record after record. Dave Miller Steve Smith Buzz Steward Jim Vogel 64 GHS 34 31 GHS 67 46 GHS 51 27 GHS 47 43 GHS 63 23 GHS 54 41 GHS 63 51 GHS 59 51 GHS 54 45 GHS 62 45 GHS 54 29 GHS 72 61 GHS 64 58 GHS 60 24 GHS 62 43 GHS 60 39 GHS 69 44 Fremont A villa Waterloo Kendallville Prairie Heights Auburn Huntertown Bluff ton Bishop Dwenger Columbia City Eastside Snider Concordia Decatur Ossian Churubusco Hamilton Members of this year ' s reserve team were: FRONT ROW; Wayne Roberts, Dan Sobieski, Tom Pence, Sam Hopkins, Merv Porter. CENTER ROW: Pat Boice, John Baidinger, Dan Likes, Tony Miller, Ron Cutler, and Dan Clark. BACK ROW: Coach Ron Hughes, Joe DePew, Mike Berg, Mike Heitz, Jim Redmond, Steve Boice, and Scott Bishop. Victories, Reserves Build for Future The adage " Like father, like son” held true for Garrett ' s two basketball teams this year . The reserves followed the varsity ' s footsteps with an undefeated regular season. Only the Kokomo tournament kept the Handcars from having an un¬ marred record. The reserves had a new coach this year, Ron Hughes, His boys had only two close games. These were the Kendallville and Fremont con¬ tests, Indeed, our reserve team ' s record gave promise of great expectations. Cheering the Handcars on to victory were Janie Wheeler, Tina High-jumping Scott Bishop eludes opponents Wysong, and Diane Capin. to score for the Handcars. 65 Ready to assist if Craig Gilliland should miss are Ed Myers and Steve Smith. The Railroaders won the Kendallville Sectional hands down by winning just three games. In their first game they smothered Cromwell and then went on to defeat Albion. In the final game the Railroaders faced a small, but talented Wolf Lake team with a record of twenty wins and only one loss. The G-men upended them to take their third sectional title in a row. Sectional Scores Garrett 89 36 Cromwell Garrett 44 23 Albion Garrett 83 50 Wolf Lake Railroaders Sweep into Craig cuts the nets. " To the victor belongs the spoils. " Ed Myers ' determination was typical of Garrett ' s spirit. 66 Regionals Bring Excitement, F rustration Early in the day Steve Koehl prepares to begin the basketball dribble to Fort Wayne. An enthusiastic Gary Klee- man arrives at the Coliseum. Merritt Scheurich backs his team all the way, while Bill Novy seems at a loss during the evening game. Fort Wayne Regional Scores Afternoon South Side 53 35 Eastside GARRETT 62 61 North Side Evening GARRETT 50 55 South Side Buzz Steward, both agile and aggressive works his way around a South Side player to drive in for a lay-up. The mighty Garrett Railroaders fell in defeat to South Side in the Fort Wayne Regional finals. In the first game of the afternoon, South Side crushed Eastside, while the Railroaders pulled out a one point victory over the North Side Red¬ skins after having lead by twelve points at the halftime. Then, in the final game, the South Side Archers upset the G-men by playing a control and semi-stall ball game. After this first loss of the year, the Railroaders came up with a 24-1 season which is an " A " in anyone ' s book! Dave Miller out-maneuvers two North Side players in one of the many excellent plays in the afternoon game. 67 FRONT ROW: Tim Moody, Bob Carpenter, Bob Lung, Randy Bergdall, Jim Grawcock, Dave Miller, Dave Brown, Jan Fraze, and George Rugman, mgr. SECOND ROW: Larry Dillon, Tom Carpenter, Dan Sobieski, Dave Likens, Mike Roop, Merv Porter, Tom Pence, Pat Boice, Lynn Grogg, Sam Hopkins, Dan Clark, and Scott LaTurner. THIRD ROW: Assistant coach, Robert Ewing; Mike Anderson, Mark Hamm, Pat Hunter, Dan Likes, Mike Molar- gik, Steve McBride, Rick Ewert, Ron Cutler, Denny Feagler, John Cutshall, and coach, Richard Capin. BACK ROW: Harvey Spicer, Jim Redmond, Steve Koehl, Mike Smurr, Dave Noel, Jim Denes, Ed Myers, Rod Dillon, Mike Muldary, Max Smith, Joe Porter, and Dave Clark. Track, Golf Teams Finish Garrett 63 46 Kendallville Garrett 84 1 2 24 1 2 Fremont Garrett 47 62 Columbia City Garrett 83 26 Angola Garrett 53 56 Auburn Garrett 43 66 Concordia 33 Leo Garrett 88 15 2 3 Easts id e A very successful relay team consisting of Jan Fraze, Bob Lung, Dave Miller, and Randy Bergdall set a new decade record. Mark Hamm shows will to win and de¬ termination as he hurdles high for Garrett. Conference Scores Garrett 327 Auburn 329 Kendallville 336 Bluff ton 336 Concordia 337 New Haven 338 Decatur 338 Elmhurst 343 Angola 348 Columbia City 367 Individual Scores S. Mulligan 78 John Moats 79 Don Tarlton 83 Dan Br inkerhoff 87 Successful Seasons Two spring sports, track and golf, completed successful seasons. Garrett had the largest track team in many seasons. The team won five meets and lost three. Great potential was shown as many in¬ dividuals excell ed their certain events, Dave Miller set a decade record in the high jump and the mile relay team set a decade record, also. The 1964-65 golf team rounded up another season by winning the North Eastern Indiana Conference trophy and by finishing third out of thirty teams in the sectional. At the beginning of the golf sea¬ son, Garrett and her traditional rival. Auburn, vied for leadership in the conference, During the first nine holes of the eighteen hole tournament, it looked as though Auburn would easily win the trophy, but Garrett came back to win the meet on the last nine holes. This was the first time since 1956 that Garrett had won the con¬ ference . 69 Members of the golf team Steve Mulligan, John Moats, Don Tarlton, and Dan Brinkerhoff and Coach Bateman show off the trophy won at the con¬ ference meet. Steve Mulligan eadiibits the form that made him low medalist of the golf team. New Sports Increase Student FRONT ROW: Lynn Gonzales, Tom Carpenter, Dave Likens, Bob Carpenter, and Jeff McNutt. BACK ROW: Merrit Scheurich, Tom Barry, Tom Stebing, Dave Baker, Steve Koehl, and Rod Dillon. Two new sports, cross country and baseball, were added to broaden student participation in athletics and to give balance to the high school athletic program, Garrett ' s first cross country team greatly ex¬ ceeded e} pectations. They won their first five meets. The baseball team, con¬ sisting chiefly of sophomores and juniors, gave promise of a more successful season their second year • Garrett 21 34 Auburn Garrett 28 30 Waterloo Garrett 19 39 Eastside Garrett 23 33 North Side Garrett 27 28 Snider 22 Lakeland Garrett 74 l41 Angola f29 Churubusco 34 Ashley Garrett 90 Waterloo Tom Stebing sprints to a finish, followed closely by Merrit Scheurich in a close victory over Snider. 70 i Participation Keitfi Heffelfinger, alert and agile, awaits the pitch. Bill Yoder, Tom Potts, Bill Novy, and Jeff Hi.pskind relax during innings. Garrett 2 5 Auburn Garrett 4 7 Angola Garrett 1 3 Decatur Garrett 0 3 Goncordia Garrett 6 10 Bluffton Garrett 4 0 Kendallville Garrett 4 5 Golumbia Gity Garrett 12 0 Hunter town Garrett 0 4 New Haven 0 A v ' ' it.- ' ' i FRONT ROW: Harold Werkheiser, mgr; coach, Ward Smith; Tom Potts, Jim Meier, Dave Miller, David Steward, Rick Lewis, Craig Gilliland, Ed Myers, Jim Vogel, and Scott Bishop. SECOND ROW: Lynn Gonzalas, Jerry Gor¬ don, Bill Yoder, Jack Seigel, Jeff Ffipskind, Ron Freeze, Ron Cutler, Bill Novy, John Harmon, Dick Dove, Tony Foar, Denny Feagler, and Keith Heffelfinger. 71 AS TIME GOES BY FOR THE SENIORS Cindy Lewis Steve Lewis Peggy Ley Twenty-Two Honor Students Display Betty Kahlke Gary Armstrong Bob Carpenter Cathy Barcus David Dannenberg Craig Gilliland Nancy Capin Alice Kelham Karen Ellert Varied Interests, Talents, Skills In order for a student to achieve honor status at Gar¬ rett High School, he must maintain a grade average of 3.125 during seven semesters of high school academic work. Twenty-two seniors met this scholastic require¬ ment. To be classified as an honor student is the result of persistence throughout the high school years. This honor cannot be gained unless a student has been con¬ tinuously diligent. Honor students at Garrett High School have been noted for the variety of interests they have and the ac¬ tivities in which they have made useful contributions. Their academic studies have lead them to anticipate a fuller and richer life. David Miller Tim Moody Karen Myers Doug Opdyke Janney Lung Tom Stebing Gary Surf us Steve Mulligan Steve Smith Randy Tustison TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS BK--Basketball BPC--Boys ' Pep Club BS--Baseball BT--Bluc Triangle BusC--Business Club CC--Cross Country CH--Cheerleader Ch--Chairman Chap--Chaplain DM--Drum Major FB--Football CPC —Girls ' Pep Club HBS--Hoosier Boys ' State HGS--Hoosier Girls ' State LC--Latin Club LibC--Library Club M B--Maroon and Blue MC--Music Club NHS--National Honor Society OC--Operators ' Club SC--Student Council ScC--Science Club Sgl--Songleader SpanC--Spanish Club SpC--Speech Club SS--Social Studies Club Thesp. --Thespians Tr--Track WC—Weight Club Wei Ch-Welfare Chairman JAMES MICHAEL ANDERSON Ind. Arts, Hi-Y 3,4; FB 1-4, 4 , Tr 3 RODNEY JOHNSON ANDREWS Ind. Arts, Jr. Hi-Y, Treas. 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BK 1, FB 1- 4, 2 , BS 3 GARY BRENT ARMSTRONG Acad., SC 2, Aeolian, LC 2- 4; ScC 4, BPC 2-4; HI-Y 3,4; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Tr 1 Class of ’66 Will Recall Athletic WILLIAM JOSEPH BAIDINGER Gen.; Jr. Hi-Y 1, Chap. 2; Hi-Y 3; BPC 4; MC 3,4; Band 1-4; DM 4; Band DM Conf DAVID WAYNE BAKER Ind. Arts; BPC 4; BK 2; CC 4; Tr 4; BS 4 PHILLIS ANN BAKER Bus.; GPC 2,3,4; BT 1 REBECCA STARR BAKER Bus.; Nat ' l JCL Con.; LC 1- 4; BT 1; Y-Teens 4; GAA 1,2; Bus.C 3 CATHY LYNN BARCUS Gen.; 2 Sec.; BT Sgl 2; Y-Teens 3,4 Sgl 3; NHS 2- 4; GPC 1; SpC 2; Thesp. 4; Chorus 2,3; CH Res. 3, Var. 4; Sr. Play; Student Leadership Conf. I.U. THOMAS STEVEN BARRY Acad.; M B 4; LC 1-4; ScC 1; BPC 2-4; SS 4 VP; CC 4 76 Nancy Capin represents lliis year ' s senior class as the DAR Good Citizen. Rick Lewis, Dave Baker, Rodney Andrews, and Steve Lewis are caught in an after-school prank. Accomplishments, Academic Achievements CHARLES LAWRENCE BA VIS Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Sgt. at Arms 2; SpC Pres. 3; SS 4; OC Pres. 4; FB 1; BK 1- 4; 2-4 KRISTINE MARIE BERG Acad; Nat ' l J.C.L. Con. LC 1-4 Sgl 2; BT 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4; GPC 1-4; GAA 4 SALLY MARIE BERTSCH Bus.; GPC 1-4; BT 1,2; Y- Teens 3; GAA 2-3; FHA 3; BusC 3 JAMES ROBERT BIGELOW Acad; Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Tr 1 THOMAS E. BISHOP Ind. Arts ROBERT LARRY BOND Gen.; SpC 3; BPC 4; FB 3,4 DAVID ALLEN BROWN Bus; FB 2-4, 4; BK 1; Tr 2-4, 2-4 JOHN PERRY BROWN Acad; LC 1-4, Sgt. at Arms 4; MC 4; Jr. Hi-Y 1. Band 1-4 MARGARET SUE BRUMBAUGH Bus; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; FHA 3,4 SANDRA JEAN BYANSKI Bus; Aeolian; GPC 1-4; BusC 3; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3; GAA 3 NANCY JO CAPIN Acad; 1 Pres; GAA 1; GPC 1; Pres. 2; Y-Teens 3,4, Pres. 4; Wei. Ch. 3; NHS 2-4; Co Ch. Jr.-Sr. Banq.; HGS; CH Conf.; Ball State History Assn. MARIANNE CAPRINO Gen; GAA 4; GPC 4 PRAMOD KUMAR CARPENTER Acad; Pres. 1,2,4, VP 3; SC 2; LC 2,3,4 VP 4; NHS 3,4 Treas. 4; ScC 4; GPC 4; Hi-Y 3; Tr 1,2,3, 2,3; CC 4, 4. BRUCE WAYNE CUSTER Ind. Arts; WC 1-4; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 3,4 FERN JOAN DAME Bus; Aeolian; SpC 1-4; LC 1; Thesp. 4; BusC 3,4; BT 1,2; Y-Teen 3,4; FHA 2, 3,4; GPC 1-4 Seniors Receive Expert Guidance DAVID JAY DANNENBERB Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; ScC 4; OC 4; Thesp. 4 RICHARD MICHEAL DELUCENAY Acad.; WC 2,3; BPC 3,4; FB 3; Tr 2 ROBERT DEMINT Bus.; BPC 4 JAMES JOHN DENES Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; WC 1-4; BPC 1-4; FB 1-4, 3,4; Tr 1-4, 3,4 Chuck Bavis con¬ templates over his next period class. 78 COLEEN KAYE DEPEW Bus; BT 1,2; Y-Teen 3,4; BusC 1-4; FHA 4; GAA 1, 2; GPC 1-4 JAMES JOSEPH DETRICK Acad; BPC 2-4; ScC 1-3; LC 1-3; SS 4; SpC 2,3 LAWRENCE G. DILLON Acad; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 3,4; OC 2; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; VP 2; FB 1-4, 2-4; BK 1,2; Tr 1-4, 3,4 RODERICK BRENT DILLON Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 4; BK 1-3; Tr 1, 2, 3,4; CC 4 KAREN SUE ELLERT Acad; BT 2; Y-Teens 3,4; GPC 1-4; NHS 4; Aeolian; HGS Alt; M B DANNY LYNN GILBERT Ind. Arts; FFA 2; Hi-Y 4; BPC 4; Tr 4; BS 4 in Choosing Their College, Voeation JON CRAIG GILLILAND Acad; 3 Pres.; M B; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2 Pres. 2; Hi-Y 3, Pres. 4; NHS 3,4, Pres. 4; SpC VP 3; SS 4; BK 1 . 4 , 2-4; BS 3; Stu¬ dent Leadership Conf. I.U.; HBS LOUISE ELAINE GORDON Gen; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3, Treas. 4; GPC 3,4; SpC 4; Thesp. 4 MAXINE LOUISE GRAVIT Acad; SC 3; Aeolian Editor-in-Chief; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; GPC 1-4; LC 2,3; Quill Scroll 3, 4; SpC 3; Journalism Institute I.U. JAMES ALBERT GRAWCOCK Acad.; BPC 2-4; Hi-Y 3, Sgt at Arms 4; Thesp 4; WC 1-3; BK 1; FB 3; Tr 1, 2-4 CAROL ANN HAGEMAN Bus.; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; FHA 3, Pres. 4, GPC 4 BEVERLY ANN HALL Bus; M B; BusC 1-4; GPC 1-4; FHA 3,4; BT 1,2; GAA 1-4; Y-Teens 3,4 Some Go Half Day Last Semester GERTRUDE LOUISE HALL Bus.; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4, Wei. Ch. 4; GPC 2,3,4; BusC 2,3, Pres. 4; GAA 1,2,3,4 WANDA HATTON Bus.; Aeolian; BT 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4; Lib.C 4 ELLAN LOUISE HAZELTINE Gen.; LG 1,2; GAA 1,2; GPC 3,4; BT 2; Y-Teens 3,4 KEITH JAMES HEFFELFINGER Ind. Arts; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 2-4; BK 1; BS 3,4 CARRIE ELLEN HIPPENSTEEL Acad.; LG 1-4; GAA 3,4; NatT JCL Con. ANITA CECILE JOHNSON Bus.; 1 VP; 2 Treas. 2; SC 4; GPC 1,2 DAVID LEWIS JOHNSON Ind. Arts; BPC 4; FB 1,2 DIANA MARIE JOHNSON Bus.; Aeolian; BusC 2; GPC 1-4; FHA 3,4 DONALD CARL JOHNSON Ind. Arts BETTY JANE KAHLKE Bus.; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; BusC 3,4; FHA 3, VP 4 THOMAS NICHOLAS KARAVAS Gen; WC 1-3; Hi-Y 3,4; SS 4; FB 2,3 4; Tr 1-3 80 “Once Upon a Time” Lingers Always . . . ALICE JANE KELHAM Bus; 3 Sec.-Treas.; 4 Rec. Sec.; Aeolian; BT 1, Sec. 2; Y-Teens VP 3,4; NHS 3,4; GPC 4; Band Sec. 1, VP 2, Lib. 3; GAA 1,2; MC 3,4; Y-Teen Conf. 3; HGS GARY S. KLEEMAN Acad; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 2,3, Pres. 4; BK 1; FB 1; Golf 1,3,4 STEVEN EDWARD KOEHL Mount Saint Francis Sem¬ inary 1,2; Acad; Tr 3-4; 3,4; CC 4 CHRISTINE CLAUDIA KOLBE Bus.; sc 3; Aeolian; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3, Sec. 4; BusC 3; GAA 2; GPC 1-4 CINDY LOU LEWIS Acad; SC 2, Treas. 2; Sec. 1; M B; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; LC 2,3; Thesp. 3,4; CH Res. 2, Var. 3,4; Sr. Play RICHARD L. LEWIS Acad; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; FB 1-4, 2-4; BK 1-4, 2-4; BS 3,4 STEVEN HASSE LEWIS Acad; Sc 1; Hi-Y 3,4; Thesp. 4; BPC 2-4; LC 1-4; Sr. Play MARGARET ANN LEY Bus; Aeolian; GPC 1-4, Treas. 4; BusC Sec. 3, Pres. 4; FHA Pres. 3; Chorus 3; NHS 4 RONALD M, LIVERGOOD Bus; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3, 4; BPC 3,4; FB 1-4, 4 JANNEY LADEAN LUNG Acad.; Treas. 4; Jr. Hi-Y 2; SpC Treas. 3; NHS 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Sec. 4; Thesp. 4; BPC 3,4; Sr. Play ROBERT PAUL LUNG Ind. Arts; FB 3, 4; BS 1-3; Tr 1 2-4 TINA JOAN LUNG Gen.; Corr. Sec. 4; Aeolian; GPC 1-4; BusC 3; LC 2-4, Sec. 3; SpC 3 Sec.; Thesp. 4; Sr. Play KAY SUZANNE McKEE Acad.; Aeolian; BT Prog. Ch. 1,2; Y-Teens 4, Treas. 3; GPC 1-3, Pres. 4; SpC 3; Thesp. 4; Journalism Inst. I.U, Y-Teen Conf. DIANA LYNN McPHEETERS Bus.; FHA 3; GPC 1-4; SpC 3; BusC 3; BT 1,2; Y-Teens STEVEN CHARLES MANSFIELD Ind. Arts; ScC 3,4; BusC 4; OC 3; BPC 4; SpC 3 RICK LLOYD MELLOTT Bus.; BT 1,2; Tr 1 CLAUDIA JEAN MILLER Gen.; M B; BT 1,2; Y- Teens 3; Wei Ch 4; BusC 3,4; Majorette 1-4 DAVID DAMIEN MILLER Acad.; NHS 2-4; VP 4; SS 4; FB 1-4, 2-4; BK 1-4, 2-4; Tr 1-4; Latin Conf.; HBS; Social Studies Inst.; Student Leadership Conf. I.U. ROBERT LEE MOLARGIK Ag.; FFA 3 GEORGE TIMOTHY MOODY Acad.; Hi-Y 3,4; Treas. 4; LC 1-4; BPC 2-4; Tr 1-4, 3,4 As Will “Importance of Being Ernest MICHAEL THOMAS MULDARY Acad.; BPC 3,4; Hi-Y 3; Tr 1-4; FB 3 STEVEN FRANKLIN MULLIGAN Acad.; SC 1-4; Aeolian; NHS 2-4; BK 1-3; Jr.-Sr. Banq. MC; Tr 1; Golf 2-4; FB 1,2 Student Leadership Conf.--LU. RICHARD EDWARD MUZZILLO Ind. Arts; OC 1; BusC 1; FB 1; BK 1; Tr 1 82 DEBORAH KAY MYERS Bus.; BT 1 , 2 ; Y-Teens 3, 4; Prog. Ch. 4; SpC 2-4 Pres. 4; BusC 3,4; W 3; GPC 2; Y-Teens Coni. KAREN ANN MYERS Acad.; GPC 1-4; SC 1; BT 1,2 VP 2; Y-Teens 3,4; NHS 3,4 MAW LYNN NEUKOM Bus.; Aeolian; BT 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4; Thesp. 3,4; Chorus Sec. 3; BusC 2,3; SpC 2-4 Sec. 4 DAVID WAYNE NOEL Acad.; M B; Aeolian; Jr. Hi-Y 2; Hi-Y 3,4; OC Sec. 4; BPC 1-4; WC 1-3; FB 1- 4, 3,4; Tr 1-3 CHARLES WIUIAM NOVY Acad.; GPC 2-4; BS 3,4; Golf 1 DOUGLAS GREG OPDYCKE Acad.; SC 3; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 3,4; LC 1-4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4; NHS 2-4; FB 1,2; Tr 1-3 THOMAS PAUL PARVU Ind. Arts; BPC 2-4, Sgt. at Arms 4; Jr. Hi-Y 2; Hi- Y 3,4; FTJ 1-4, 4; Tr 1,2; BK 1 KAREN SUE PAYTON Bus. LINDA L. PENCE Bus.; BT 2; Y-Teens 3,4; GAA 1,2,4; ' Fhesp. 4; FHA 3; GPC 1-4 With hopes of going to STATE, Larry Dillon, Jane Ervin, Debbie Buckles, and Bill Yoder, gallop off to the sectionals in a Mustang. Seniors Craig Gilliland and Bill Novy show a typical study session in preparation for the next day ' s assignments. 83 Clubs, Glasses, Dances, Parties JOYCE YVONNE PFIERMAN Bus.; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; GAA 1-4; GPC 1,3,4; FHA 3,4 GARY L. PIERSON Gen.; Jr. Hi-Y 1, FFA 2-4 JIM BILL PIERSON Bus.; SpC 3; ScC 4; BPC 4; BS 1 DIANNE ELAINE PLATNER Gen.; LC 1-4; GAA 1-4; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; GPC 2-4; Band 1 JOE EUGENE PORTER Acad.; BPC 4; FB 1-4, 4; Tr 2,3 JOHN THOMAS POTTS Acad.; SC 4; Aeolian; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3; BPC 2-4 Quill Scroll 3,4; Golf 1, 2; BS 3-4; Journalism Inst.—I.U.; HBS Alt. VICKI LEE QUINN Bus.; M B; Bus.C 2-4; GPC 1-3; BT 1-2; Y-Teens 3,4; GAA 1 CYNTHIA LYNN ROWE Acad.; Aeolian; LC 1-4; SpC 2-4; Y-Teens 3,4; BT 1,2; Band 1-4 RANDALL JEROME RUPP Acad.; SC 1; ScC 4; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 4; LC 1,2; Golf 1-4, 4; FB Manager 4 LEONARD VICTOR SAFFEN Bus.; Central H.S. 1-3; BPC ELIZABETH JEAN SAPP Bus.; GPC 1,2; GAA 1,2 84 MERRITT G. SCHEURICH Acad.; BPC 4; BK 2; CC 4 REBECCA JO SCHURR Bus.; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; SpanC 2,3; GAA 1-4; MC 4; Band 1-4 THOMAS ALLEN SHAFFER Ind. Arts; FFA 2-4, advis 4;OC 4 Provide Busy Days for Seniors KEITH ALLEN SFIULTZ Bus.; FFA 1-4; BPC 4 BRENDA CAROL SMITH Bus.; Aeolian; BusC 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4; BT 1,2; GAA 4; GPC 1-4; FHA 4; LC 4; SpC 3 MARILYN JEAN SMITH Bus.; Y-Teens 3,4; BusC 3, 4; FHA 3,4 MAX EUGENE SMITH Gen.; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 1-4; FB 2,3; BK 1; Tr 2-4, 4 ROBERT STEPHEN SMITH Acad.; NHS 2-4; LC 1-4; SS 4; FB 1; Tr 1; BK 1-4, 2-4 MICHAEL WILLIAM SMQRR Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 4; FB 1-4, 4; BK 1-3; Tr 1-4, 3,4; BS 3 THOMAS JAMES STEBING Acad.; SC 2, VP 3, Pres. 4; M B; LC 1-3; NHS 2-4; SS 4; Thesp 2-4; Jr-Sr Banq. Co-Ch; CC 4; Student Coun¬ cil Workshop; lU Theater Workshop Mrs. Love, Mrs. Mellott, Mrs. Sweeney, Mr. Harter, Mr. Finchum, and Mr. Shelton discuss senior activities. m DAVID PAUL STEWARD Acad.; 1 Treas.; BK 1-4 ; FB 1-4, 2-4; Tr 1-3, 3; BS 3 GARY LYNN SURFACE Acad.; SpanC Pres. 3,4 BENJAMIN J. SWANK Gen.; OC 2-4; FFA 4 REBECCA ANN THOMAS Bus.; Y-Teens 3,4; BusC 3, 4; FHA 3,4 CRAIG ROBERT THORNE Acad.; SC 4; SpanC 4; ScC 3, VP Pres 4; Hi-Y 3; BPC 4; Sr. Play; Tr 1-4, 4 LARRY WALTER THRUSH Acad.; LC 2-4; SpC 3; Hi-Y 3,4; OC 3 RANDALL WAYNE TUSTISON Acad.; 4 VP; SC 1; ScC 1; LC 1-4; SS Pres 4; Hi-Y 4; NHS 3,4; BPC 3; BK Mg 4; HBS Alt TERRY RICHARD VANDERBOSCH Gen.; Jr. Hi-Y 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; BPC 3,4; Sr. Play As Graduation JAMES HENRY VOGEL JR. Acad.; BK 1-4, 2-4; BS 3; Tr 1,2 IVAH MAY WALLACE Bus.; Hoagland H.S. 1,2; Band 4; BusC 4; FHA 4 WAYNE ERVIN WEAVER Ind. Arts; Soufli Williams¬ port 1,2 JERRY ALLEN WELLER Gen.; BPC 2-4; Hi-Y 3; OC 2—4; FFA 2, Rep. 3; Pres. 4; FFA Con. P.U. SHARON JO WELLER Bus.; BT 1,2; Y-Teens 3, VP 4; GAA 1,2 VP 3,4; Band 1-4; BusC 4; Y-Teen Conf. ANDREA ELLEN WELLS Acad.; Prarie Heights H.S. 1-3; Y-Teens 4; GPC 4; SpC 4; Chorus 4 BRENDA JOAN WENDELL Bus.; GPC 1,2 ROBERT WILLIAM WESNER Acad.; Band 1-4 DENNIS HARRY WORDEN Acad.; LC 2; Hi-Y 4; BPC 4; FB 2,3 4; BK 1,2; Golf 1,2 3,4 ROBERT L. WORKMAN Ind. Arts; Grover Cleveland H. S., Reseden, California Neared We WILLIAM E, YODER Acad.; Aeolian; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; BPC 4; BusC Rep, 4; FB 1,2; BK 1-3; BS 3,4; Golf 1,2 Recalled Last Twelve Years Bob Bond and Rick Muzzillo can not be disturbed while typing. AS TIME GOES BY FOR UNDERCLA SSMEN Class of ’67 Leading the class of ' 67 are Tina Wysong, Vice-President; Dave Clark, Presi¬ dent; Jack Seigel, Treasurer; and Rhonda Ballentine, Secretary. Adkins, Sandra Andrews, Steve Aplin, Kirk Ballentine, Rhonda Barnhart, Tom Bateman, Paula Beber, Pat Bishop, Scott Bixler, Vonda Boice, Steve Boleyn, Evon Bowman, Pat Bowser, Theodore Brechbill, Cindy Brennan, Carol Brinkerhoff, Jeff Buckles, Debbie Carper, Cindy Carper, Mary Lee Casey, Mike Clark, Dave Cobbs, Arthur Conkle, Dave Conkle, Linda Cordes, Sandi Creager, Melinda Cutler, Ron Cutshall, John Davis, George Deihl, Debby DeLong, Carole Dembickie, Paula DePew, Janice Detrick, Jeanne Dirr, Pam Plan for Jr-Sr Banquet Holbrook, Robert Honaker, Mike Hunter, Pat Isenbarger, Roxanne Jacobs, Mike Januseski, Margo Jones, Danny Jones, Linda Kaeck, Tommie Kearns, Joe Kearns, Ron Kelham, George Kimmel, Phyllis Kirkpatrick, Lynn Kleeman, Ann Dolan, Nancy Dudash, Karen Ervin, Jane Ewert, Rick Feagler, Danny Fetter, Ron Fraze, Jan Freeman, Lynn Freeze, Ron Frey, Cindy Gael, Judy Gibson, Don Grim, Bob Hall, Deborah Hall, Diane Hamm, Mark Harter, Rebecca Hartman, Anita Haynes, Anita Heitz, Phil Helbert, Jeanne Hippensteel, Tim Heinman, Richard Hipskind, Jeff Hoffman, Tom Kock, Jerilyn Koehl, Don Krocker, Judy Kugler, Vicky LaRue, Mark Lash, Dianne Leeson, Amy Lemish, Nancy Lemper, Phil Lewis, Michalee Likes, Dan Lilienthal, Gabriela McBride, Steve McCullough, Cathy McCrath, Stephen Malcolm, Norma Mansfield, Ceorge Marti, Dave Maurer, Mary Mellott, Ron Meier, Jim Molargik, Mary Jane Molargik, Michael Morgan, Lana Mueller, Mary Lynn Selling at Concessions Myers, Ed Myers, Linda Myers, Marianne Nelson, Ed Nodine, Ken |r Ort, Alice Parmeter, Carolyn Payton, Bob Pepple, Pauline Peters, Jim Ramey, Cuyan Rammey, Kenneth Redmond, Sue Rhetts, Leslie Roberts, Sharon 92 Roebel, Carol Rynearson, Daphne Schemery, Cindy Seigel, Jack Shafer, Karen Shafer, Mary Ann Shoener, Kay Shreve, Kathy Smith, Paul Spicer, Harvey Stevens, Wayne Summers, Pat Swonger, Dale Talley, Ed Teders, Gene Thomas, Cindy Tittle, Patty Trainer, Sandy Warstler, Charlotte Watkins, Jeanie Wendel, Jim Wells, Steven Wiley, Jim Williams, Larry Woodward, Sharon Wysong, Tina Hank, Zecca Work Toward the Future Junior class members proudly display their long awaited class rings. These students were absent when pictures were taken: Kathy Beber Larry Cleland Karen Davie Edith Howard Richard McKee Coleen Sebring Mitch Simpson Robert Workman 93 Representing the Sophomore class are Dan Sobieski, Secretary; Mike Berg, President; Mike Roop, Treasurer; and Vice-President, Steve Lampe, who was not present. Class of ’68 Awaits Addams, Rhonda Ashenfelter, Linda Baidinger, John Ballentine, Cindy Berg, Mike Bergdall, Clark Boice, Pat Bowers, Laura Bowser, Rose Brinkerhoff, Kris Brown, Bruce Bunn, Tom Capin, Diane Carpenter, Tom Clark, Dan Colgan, Duane Coyer, Pat Crager, Doug Craig, Vicki Cromley, Joe Dame, Gwen Davis, Dennis Dembickie, Rick DeMint, Drucilla DePew, Jean 94 DePew, Joe DePew, Linda Dove, Larry Ellert, Larry Finn, Ethel Fleming, Jack Gongales, Lynn Gordon, Jerry Gradeless, Sandy Graham, Dick Grogg, Lynn Hageman, Jim Hamm, Jordan Heitz, Mike Helbert, Mike Future Responsibilities Helton, Dave Hillegass, Peggy Hixson, Connie Hoeffel, Harris Honaker, Jim Goebel, Pam Hopins, Sam Hyde, Margaret Jarnagin, Gary Johnson, Rosemary Kahlke, Linda Kearns, Cosette Kees, Larry Keeham, Ray Kruger, Marilyn Lampe, Steve LaTurner, Scott Leeper, Rose Leply, Linda Lewis, Carl Lewis, Vicki Likens, Dave Likes, Monty Liiienthal, Margaret Loft, Sarah 95 Rosemary Johnson, Diane Rowe, and Linda DePew talk in the hall during noon hour. Proud of Class Sweaters Lung, Larry Lung, Marcia McNutt, Jeff Mansfield, Kathy Mansfield, Mike Martinez, Mary Mason, David Matson, Larry Miles, Shelley Meller, Ron Miller, Tim Miller, Vince Miner, George Moats, Margaret Moody, Dan Muzzillo, Judy Newbauer, Marilyn Nolan, Larry Norwich, Linda Pence, Tom Picklesimer, Brenda Picklesimer, Myrna Porter, Merve Redmond, Jim Reese, Barry Roberts, Wayne Roop, Mike Rosenberg, Sandy Rottger, Jack Rowe, Diana 96 Scheurick, Leila Schiffli, Carol Sechler, Ron Shafer, Linda Shuff, Toni Shuetz, Brenda Smith, Harold Smith, Kathy Smith, Melanie Sobieski, Dan Steinman, Roger Steinmetz, Tony Swonger, Diana Terry, Roger Thush, Garry Traster, Stan Tullis, Nancy Tuttle, Connie Tuttle, Sue Vanderbosch, Phil Weller, Wayne Wheeler, Janie Wiley, Steve Wood, Terry Woodward, Jim Act as Banquet Servers Sophomore boys take advantage of the gym facilities. These students were absent when pictures were taken: Connie Anderson Susan Davie Jim Gonzales Susan Leiter Barbara Place Heading the Freshman class are Rex Carper, Vice-President; Joe Michael, President; Debby Westland, Treasurer; and Karen Finn, Secretary. Class of ’69 Joins Clubs Armstrong, Randy Baker, Cindy Bartels, Linda Bartels, Paula Beber, Jodie Bennett, Mike Berg, Jerry Best, Jeff Bixler, Shirley Binz, John Blanchard, Rosalie Bloom, Becky Blotkamp, Robert Boice, Phil Booker, Larry Boughman, Judy Brown, Randy Brown, Steve Bunn, Dave Caprino, Christine Carper, Rex Carper, Tom Cartel, Bruce Cartel, Don Cleland, Fran Cobbs, Judy Coram, Shirley Costin, Tom Creager, Chris Custer, Greg 98 Custer, Marsha Dannenberg, Marge Davis, Dennis DeGrasse, Paul Deuitch, Vicki Dirr, Ty Dove, Donna Fike, Jim Fike, Kenneth Finn, Karen Foster, David Freeman, Dennis Friend, Kathleen Funk, Wayne Gilliland, Dave Gibson, Barbara Glaze, Gary Goebel, Charles Grawcock, Ruthann Griffin, Karen Haffner, Janet Hageman, Sally Harter, Pete Hathaway, Janet Hatton, Kathy Hazeltine, Chuck Henderson, Ray Hervey, Mike Hess, John Heupel, Dana Hoeffel, Candy Holbrook, Howard Housel, Victor Howard, Milan Imbody, Ralph Isenbarger, Dave Jones, Donna KeUiam, Cindy Kennedy, Don Kennedy, Jane Kirkpatrick, Kay Knapp, Tina Knapp, Terry Kock, Sharon Lampe, Don 99 Lash, Jim Lengerich, Mary Likens, Sue Ann Lingner, Dennis Ludban, Gary Lung, Jerry McCartney, Paul McClure, Warren McCullough, Randy McIntosh, Carol Marti, Otis Mellott, Robin Michael, Joe Miller, Tony Miller, Jim Moore, Catherine Mueller, Dan Muldary, Pat Nelson, Judy Nelson, Kenny Nelson, Steve Neukom, Dale Neukom, Wayne Nodine, Michael Novy, Bob Ort, Chuck Payton, Dennis Peck, Fred Peck, Richard Pence, Steve Pierson, Karen Platner, Paul Porter, Jane Porter, Janet Place, Larry Ranney, Chris Ricketts, Anne Rodebaugh, Helen Rugman, Steve Saffen, Steven Sattison, Mike Saxer, Susan Schewe, Albert Schiffli, James Schurr, Nancy 100 These students were absent: Leading the freshmen on to victory are Joan Thompson, Brenda Zecca, and Debby Westland. Widen Views Shafer, Tom Shoener, Christine Short, Steve Smith, Dave Smith, Debbie Smith, Sherry Spicer, Barbara Steigmeyer, Kathy Strock, Kenny Teders, Linda Thomas, Richard Thompson, Joan Thorne, Randy Thrush, Dennis Traster, Hope Velpel, George Vincent, Pam Wallace, Jerry Warstler, Larry Werner, Cal Wesner, Joyce Westland, Debby Wilcox, Chris Wiley, Sam Winebrenner, Donna Yarde, Dave Yarde, Gloria Yingling, Rick Young, Peggy Zecca, Brenda Zmysylony, Bob Zumbaugh, John Jim Grimm Glenda Howard Jeanie Porter Shaffer, Blain 101 The freshman football players complete a vigorous season. Participation in Sports 7th and 8th 0 Garrett 42 Kendallville 0 Garrett 7 Auburn 21 Garrett 7 Columbia City 14 Garrett 0 Churubusco Eighth grade football players look ahead to next year. 7th only 6 Garrett 13 Angola 14 Garrett 7 Angola 8th only 7 Garrett 0 Angola Seventh grade football players prove to be energetic. 102 Ninth grade basketball players show great ability and seem to be good prospects for next year. Prepares Young Athletes Eighth grade develops a good team. Experience and strength in sports prove to be very beneficial to the seventh, eighth, and ninth grade players in their approaching years at G .H .S . All teams seem to be progressing rapidly and someday may be varsity team members . The team members have shown great ability in their games this year. Seventh grade anticipates the future. !03 Seventh and Eighth grade students have time to greet each other, laugh, talk, and get their books before scurrying off to morning classes. Anderson, Sandra Andrews, Debbie Ashenfelter, Dave Barcus, Mike Barnhart, Dan Bertsch, Marilyn Bishop, Bob Bomar, Randy Boyd, Chris Boyd, Dolan Burns, Jim Campbell, Dave Carpenter, Yogi Carr, Janet Casey, Pat Chisholm, Peggy Clark, Jack Coyer, Sharon Crager, Charles Crager, Marcia Creager, Kathy Curtis, Lucy Custer, Brian Dove, Kathy Dresser, Rita Ellis, John Emerick, Ruth Engle, Steve Englehard, Lisa Evans, Penny Pike, Gary Pike, Lauren Preeman, Cynthia Preeze, Karen Pugate, Joyce Pugate, Viola Gall, Ronald Gamble, Jack Gerber, Roxanne Gonzales, Rosemarie Griffin, Lowell Grimm, Walter Gross, Dave Handshoe, Clyde Hathaway, Cindy Hatton, Ben Haynes, Sarah Heitz, Sharon Heller, Karen Higgins, Jim HippeD.steel, Hal Hockaday, Jeanne Hockaday, Joanne Howard, Ida Jarnigan, Harold Jinnings, April Jinnings, John Eighth Graders Strive To Succeed Jones, Marvin Kearns, Karl Kennedy, Karlene Kennedy, Marisa Kirkpatrick, Sue Koble, Donald Larigner, Lynn, keeper, Gerry McDaniel, Linda McKee, Nancy McNamara, Craig Maurer, Margaret Nieley, Steve Miles, Toni Miller, Vickie Moran, Barb Meyers, Carolyn. Nodine, Cindy Payton, Jama Picklesimer, Bob Placencia, Arnold Refner, Tom Rhetts, Susan Rhodes, Kenny Rhodes, Mike Rowe, Steve Runion, Alice Runion, Delana Runion, Linda Rynearson, Rick 105 Schlotterback, Ed Shields, Earl Sliger, Mark Smith, Bud Smith, Doug Smith, Wayne Snook, Pat Spicer, Kathy Steinman, Barb Sutton, Dennis Swank, Paulette Swonger, Dave Thomas, Randy Tittle, Mike Traster, Archie Treesh, Steve Tullis, Steve Tustison, Barb Vice, Gary Walters, Leslie Watkins, Sam Watson, Gertrude Weaver, Gloria Weller, Gregory Wilmot, Sandy Woodword, Robert Wysong, Fred Yarde, Dan Yoder, Mary Kay Kept Busy with Games, Parties Junior High Cheerleaders were Carolyn Myers, Mary Kay Yoder, Connie Rapp, and Susie Puff. These students were absent when pictures were taken: Mary Francis Cottrell Pat Freeman Walter Grim Julie Jarnagin Jack McPheeters Rick Marti Daniel Myers Doris Sleek 106 Seventh Graders Soon Learn Routine Babbit, Bruce Baker, Mary L. Ballentine, Mila Baughman, Renee Bowser, Wanda Brinkerhoff, Judy Bunn, Kenneth Burns, Mike Campbell, Debbie Clark, Donald Clark, Mary Claxton, Jerry Cobbs, Steve Cobbs, Vicky Craig, Sherri Creager, Dave Custer, Cathy Custer, Linda Cutler, Pam Dannenberg, Stanley DeGrasse, Richard DePew, Dale Derickson, Mike Deuitch, Norman Duguid, Jim Eberhard, Craig Engle, Jack Evans, Larry Fowler, Bruce Fritz, Lynn Gael, Karen Galloway, Kenneth Geiser, Annette Gerhardt, Debra Gibson, Rita Glaze, Diane Gordon, Robert Gravit, Carol Greenwalt, Marston Griffin, Connie Handshoe, Cora Hathaway, Rhonda Anderson, Mark Anderson, Pamela Andrews, Douglas Armstrong, Frank 107 Locker Combination, Changing Class, Haynes, Karen Henderson, Laura Hervey, Kim Heupel, Carol Hilkey, Doug Hockaday, Mike Housel, Patty Jay, Rebecca Johnson, Ross Kees, Teddy Kinsey, Brad Kleeman, Debbie Kock, Diane Kugler, Karen Lepard, Christine Lewis, Susanne Loutzenhiser, Paula Lung, Harry Martinez, Rosemary McCartney, Christine McClure, Jeff McCullough, Debbie McIntosh, Cathy McNutt, Terry Mortorff, Marsha Myers, Larry Neukom, Debbie Nolan, Marilyn Newman, Jeff Parker, Barry Peters, Cheryl Pfeiffer, Dale Picklesimer, Marvin Platner, Pam Poling, Susan Puff, Sue Rapp, Connie Ray, Gaile Reinoehl, Carson Reinoehl, Don Reinoehl, Richard Reinoehl, Roger Roberts, Kenneth Robinson, Mary 108 Roebel, Kenneth Rowe, Jola Rugman, Ralph Runion, Steve Saffen, Mike Saxer, Ellsworth Scheurich, Valda Sebring, David Sexton, Gregg Shirley, Barbara Shultz, Rickie Simon, Mary Smeltzer, Steve Smith, Anita Smith, Bernard Smith, Denise Smith, Earl Crowded Corridors Baffle Them Smith, Mary Lou Snyder, Cheryl Steller, Linda Stetina, Wayne Steuiy, Joan Sutton, Vicki Thmsh, Tom Traster, Jocelyn Wallace, Max Westland, Jody Wilmot, Jon Wilmot, Steve Winebrenner, Gerald Wise, Leslie Hiese students were absent when pictures were taken: Deanna Cornell Robert Jordan Charles Roush Woodword, Mike Worm an, JoAnn Yarde, Larry Zumbaugh, Mike 109 Index Adams, Rhonda 94 Adkins, Sandra 90 Anderson, Connie 8,44,97 Anderson, Mike 56,58,68,76 Andrews, Rodney 30,56,58,76,77 Andrews, Steven 30,56,90 Aplin, Kirk 39,46,50,90 Armstrong, Gary 40,74,76 Ashenfelter, Linda 94 Baidinger, John 30,65,94 Baidinger, William 30,31,76 Baker, David 70,76 Baker, Phyllis 76 Baker, Rebecca 76 Ballentine, Cynthia 94 Ballentine, Rhonda 14,41,90 Barcus, Cathy 6,10,39,48,63,74,76 Barnliart, Thomas 90 Barry, Thomas 20,41,47,70,76 Bateman, Paula 14,32,90 Bavis, Charles 50,60,62,63,64,77, 78 Beber, Kathryn 93 Beber, Patricia 90 Berg, Kristina 21,77 Berg, Michael 45,46,56,65,94 Bergdall, Clark 51,94 Bertsch, Sally 77 Bigelow, James 77 Bishop, Scott 56,65,71,90 Bishop, Thomas 77 Bixler, Vonda 30,31,51,52,90 Blair, Kevin 11,50 Boice, Patrick 45,65,68,94 Boice, Steven 14,65,90 Boleyn, Evon 32,90 Bond, Robert 77,87 Bowers, Laura 94 Bowman, Patricia 90 Bowser, Rose 32,94 Bowser, Ted 32,90 Brechbill, Cynthia 14,39,41,47,48, 90 Brennan, Carol 14,38,39,41,46,47, 90 Brinkerhoff, Jeff 29,90 Brinkerhoff, Kristine 24,44,46,53, 94 Brown, Bruce 31,38,94 Brown, David 32,56,58,68,77 Brown, John 30,77 Brumbaugh, Margaret 77 Buckles, Deborah 14,32,39,47,52, 83,90 Bunn, Thomas 94 Byanski, Sandra 32,40,78 Capin, Diane 7,39,44,65,94 Capin, Nancy 6,11,39,40,63,74, 77,78 Caprino, Marianne 23,32,78 Carpenter, Pramod 46,68,70,73,74, 78 Carpenter, Vinod 30,48,68,70,94 Carper, Cynthia 14,31,49,90 Carper, Mary Lee 14,39,90 Casey, Michael 32,90 Clark. Daniel 45,56,65,68,94 Clark, David 14,32,39,48,60,68, 90 Cobbs, Arthur 39,90 Colgan, Duane 94 Conkle, David 90 Conkle, Linda 14,32,46,90 Cordes, Sandra 39,46,90 Coyer, Patty 94 Crager, Doug 94 Craig, Vicki 94 Creager, Melinda 90 Cromley, Joseph 46,94 Custer, Bruce 78 Cutler, Ronald 47,56,59,60,65, 68,71,90 Cutshall, John 68,90 Dame, Fern 21,40,78 Dame, Gwen 94 Dannenberg, David 74,78 Davie, Karen 32,93 Davie, Susan 32,97 Davis, George 43,47,50,90 Diehl, Deborah 90 DeLong, Carole 30,41,43,90 Delucenay, Richard 78 Dem bickie, Paula 49,53,90 Dembickie, Richard 56,94 DeMint, Drucilla 94 DeMint, Robert 78 Denes, James 56,58,68,78 DePew, Coleen 79 DePew, Janice 32,90 DePew, Jean 32,94 DePew, Joseph 65,95 DePew, Linda 26,38,95 Detrick, James 52,79 Detrick, Jeanne 34,39,49,90 Dillon, Lawrence 56,58,68,79,83 Dillon, Roderick 68,70,79 Dirr, Pamela 14,90 Dolan, Nancy 91 Dove, Larry 51,95 Dud ash, Karen 91 Ellert, Karen 39,41,42,74,79 Ellert, Lawrence 95 Ervin, Jayne 32,83,91 Ewert, Rick 50,56,68,91 Feagler, Dennis 6,56,57,68,71,91 Fetter, Ronald 91 Finn, Ethel 8,9,46,95 Fleming, Jack 95 Fraze, Jan 56,68,91 Freeman, Lynn 13,30,49,91 Freeze, Ronald 14,56,71,91 Frey, Cynthia 31,48,49,91 Gael, Judith 91 Gibson, Donald 91 Gilbert, Danny 24,79 Gilliland, Craig 39,41,43,60,61, 62,64,66,71,74,79,83 Goebel, Pamela 32,95 Gonzales, Lynn 24,70,71,95 Gonzales, Jim 97 Gordon, Jerome 71,95 Gordon, Lauise 42,79 Gradeless, Sandra 95 Graham, Richard 95 Gravit, Maxine 40,79 Grawcock, James 43,68,79 Grimm, Robert 91 Grogg, Lynn 45,68,95 Hageman, Carol 51,79 Hageman, James 95 Hall, Beverly 41,49,79 Hall, Deborah 30,46,50,91 Hall, Diane 91 Hall, Gertrude 42,52,80 Hamm, Jordan 95 Hamm, Mark 38,56,68,91 Harter, Rebecca 41,46,91 Hartman, Anita 91 Hatton, Wanda 40,42,80 Haynes, Anita 39,47,91 Hazeltine, Ellen 11,80 Heffelfinger, Keith 71,80 Heinman, Richard 91 Heitz, Michael 48,65,95 Heitz, Philip 14,50,52,60,91 Helbert, Jeanne 13,30,91 Helbert, Michael 27,95 Helton, David 95 Hillegass, Margaret 95 Hippensteel, Carrie 46,80 Hippensteel, Timothy 14,30,31,91 Hipskind, Jeff 14,41,71,91 Hixson, Connie 32,95 Hoeffel, Harris 95 Hoffman, Thomas 91 Holbrook, Robert 14,51,91 Honaker, James 95 Honaker, Michael 91 Hopkins, Sam 65,68,95 Howard, Edith 93 Hunter, Patrick 14,52,56,68,91 Hyde, Margaret 95 Isenbarger, Roxanne 14,32,91 Jarnagin, Gary 95 Jacobs, Michael 11,50,91 Januseski, Margo 14,32,48,91 Johnson, Anita 38,80 Johnson, David 80 Johnson, Diana 40,80 Johnson, Donald 80 Johnson, Rosemary 95 Jones, Danny 91 Jones, Linda 91 Kaeck, Tommie 91 Kahlke, Betty 49,74,80 Kahlke, Linda 95 Karavas, Tom 56,58,80 Kearns, Cosette 95 Kearns, Joseph 91 Kearns, Ronald 91 Kees, Larry 95 Kelham, Alice 31,39,40,73,74,81 Kelham, George 91 Kimmel, Phyllis 91 Kirkpatrick, Lynn 91 Kleeman, Ann 51,91 Kleeman, Gary 52,67,81 Kock, Jerilyn 48,92 Koehl, Donald 31,92 Koehl, Steven 67,68,70,81 Kolbe, Christine 40,42,81 Krocker, Judy 32,92 Kruger, Marilyn 95 Kugler, Vicki 34,92 Lampe, Steven 45,56,94,95 La Rue, Mark 92 Lash, Dianne 13,34,41,92 LaTurner, Scott 56,68,95 Leeper, Rose 32,95 Leeson, Amy 47,92 Leiter, Sharon 97 110 Lemjsh, Nancy 27,51,92 Lemper, Philip 92 Lepley, Linda 44,95 Lewis, Carl 95 Lewis, Cindy 6,10,14,39,41,63, 74.81 Lewis, Michalee 14,32,48,92 Lewis, Richard 43,56,57,58,60,61, Lewis, Steven 8,10,74,77,81 Lewis, Vicki 95 Ley, Margaret 39,40,49,53,74,81 Likens, David 68,70,95 Likes, Dan 65,68,92 Likes, Monty 95 Lilienthal, Gabriela 38,92 Lilienthal, Margaret 95 Livergood, Ronald 56,58,81 Loft, Sarah 95 laing, Janney 20,39,43,73,75,81 Lung, Larry 96 Lung, Marcia 32,51,96 Lung, Robert 12,44,56,59,68,81 Lung, Tina 6,10,12,40,73,81 McBride, Steven 68,92 McCullough, Kathy 92 McGrath, Steven 14,41,46,56,92 McKee, Kay 6,9,10,40,53,82 McKee, Richard 93 McNutt, Jeff 70,96 McPheeters, Diana 82 Malcolm, Norma 92 Mansfield, George 92 Mansfield, Kathleen 96 Mansfield, Michael 96 Mansfield, Steven 29,49,82 Marti, David 14,32,56,92 Martinez, Aurora 96 Mason, David 96 Matson, Larry 96 Maurer, Mary Ann 51,92 Meier, James 12,71,92 Mellot, Rick 32,82 Mellot, Ronald 92 Miles, Shelley 31,49,96 Miller, Claudia 6,30,41,42,82 Miller, David 39,47,56,57,59,60, Miller, Ronald 96 Miller, Timothy 96 Miller, Vincent 96 Miner, George 96 Moats, Margaret 31,39,44,46,96 Molargik, Mary Jane 92 Molargik, Michael 68,92 Molargik, Robert 82 Moody, Daniel 96 Moody, Timothy 43,68,75,82 Morgan, Lana 32,92 Mueller, Mary Lynn 32,92 Muldary, Michael 68,82 Mulligan, Steven 7,38,39,40,69, 75.82 Muizillo, Judith 20,96 Muzzillo, Richard 82,87 Myers, Deborah 48,83 Myers, Edward 31,43,56,59,60,61, 62,66,68,71,92 Myers, Karen 12,39,75,83,85 Myers, Linda 14,92 Myers, Marianne 30,47,92 Nelson, Edward 92 Neukom, Mari Lynn 6,10,32,48,83 Newbauer, Marilyn 96 No dine, Kenneth 92 Noel, David 40,50,56,59,68,83 Nolan, Larry 96 Norwich, Linda 96 Novy, William 67,71,83 Opdycke, Douglas 39,42,46,75,83 Ort, Alice 46,92 Parmeter, Carolyn 32,92 Parvu, Thomas 52,56,59,83,85 Payton, Karen 83 Payton, Robert 92 Pence, Linda 83 Pence, Thomas 45,65,68,96 Pepple, Pauline 92 Peters, James 92 Pfierman, Joyce 84 Picklesimer, Brenda 96 Picklesimer, Myrna 96 Pierson, Gary 84 Pierson, Jim 32,84 Place, Barbara 97 Platner, Dianne 46,84 Porter, Joe 68,84 Porter, Merv 24,65,68,96 Potts, Thomas 38,40,71,84 Quinn, Vicki 32,42,49,84 Ramey, Guyan 34,49,92 Ramey, Kenneth 92 Redmond, James 56,65,68,96 Redmond, Susan. 32,38,39,41,47,92 Reese, Barry 26,30,46,96 Rhetts, Leslie 14,31,39,46,50,92 Roberts, Sharon 38,92 Roberts, Wayne 26,45,65,96 Roebel, Carol 9,32,39,41,93 Roop, Michael 30,31,56,68,94,96 Rosenberg, Sanford 31,45,96 Rottger, Jackie 96 Rowe, CYnthia 84 Rowe, Dianne 32,96 Rupp, Randall 56,84 Rynerson, Daphne 93 Saffen, Leonard 32,84 Sapp, Elizabeth 12,84 Schemery, Cindy 32,93 Scheurich, Leila 97 Scheurich, Merritt 67,70,84 Schiffli, Carol 44,97 Schurr, Becky 6,30,31,85 Sebring, Coleen 93 Sechler, Ronald 51,97 Seigel, Jack 71,90,93 Shafer, Karen 93 Shafer, Linda 51,97 Shafer, Maiy Ann 93 Shaffer, Thomas 51,85 Shoener, Kay 30,31,49,93 Shreve, Kathy 11,14,32,93 Shuff, Toni 32,97 Shultz, Brenda 31,97 Shultz, Keith 85 Simpson, Mitchell 32,39,48,50,93 Smith, Brenda 40,85 Smith, Harold 31,97 Smith, Kathleen 97 Smith, Marilyn 31,51,85 Smith, Max 68,85 Smith, Melanie 47,97 Smith, Paul 51,93 Smith, Steven 39,47,60,61,63,64, 75,85 Smurr, Michael 12,25,56,59,68,85 Sobieski, Dan 56,65,68,94,97 Spicer, Harvey 68,93 Stebing, Thomas 38,39,48,70,75, 85 Steinman, Roger 97 Steinrnetz, Tony 56,97 Stephens, Wayne 93 Steward, David 56,59,60,63,64, Summer, Patricia 32,93 Surfas, Gary 47,75,86 Swank, Benjamin 86 Swonger, Dale 93 Swonger, Diana 32,97 Talley, Ed 14,41,43,46,50,93 Teters, Gene 93 Terry, Roger 97 Thomas, Cynthia 93 Thomas, Rebecca 86 Thorne, Craig 21,38,47,50,86 Trush, Garry 97 Trush, Larry 86 Tittle, Pat 32,93 Trainer, Sandra 32,46,93 Traster, Starr 32,97 Tullis, Nancy 46,97 Tustison, Randall 20,39,43,47,73, 75.86 Tuttle, Connie 44,97 Tuttle, Sue 32,97 Vanderbosch, Philip 97 Vanderbosch, Terry 86 Vogel, James 60,61,64,71,86 Wallace, Ivah 87 Warstler, Charlotte 51,93 Watkins, Jeanne 93 Weaver, Wayne 32,87 Weller, Jerry 32,51,87 Weller, Sharon 31,42,52,87 Weller, Wayne 51,97 Wells, Andrea 87 Wells, Steven 93 Wendel, Brenda 12,32,87 Wendel, James 93 Wesner, Robert 30,87 Wheeler, Janie 38,46,65,97 Wiley, James 47,93 Wiley, Steven 31,97 Williams, Larry 30,31,93 Wood, Terry 97 Woodward, James 97 Woodward, Sharon 93 Worden, Dennis 56,59,87 Workman, Robert 87 Wysong, Christine 39,41,65,90,93 Yingling, Steven 31,97 Yoder, William 40,49,71,83,87 Zecca, Henry 46,93 MAXINE GRAVIT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 111 - J J J t J Time Goes by . . . The seniors will not look upon 1966 as the end but rather as a beginning. Although twelve years are gone, most of our life is still at the top of the hour glass. The underclassmen realize that another year will follow the one that is passing. Each of them look forward to their future. The grains of sand will always flow, and time will continue to go by. 112 ' Ct ' cJfco 1 A 0 o— ’.d , b oJl CL-l i -i-_6 M ' t V-. JolvJ 11:30 .2. it I- 6- ■ r . J 5 -f. ' icA y, n ' 0- v -5 o4 I r- '

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