Garrett High School - Aeolian Yearbook (Garrett, IN)
- Class of 1971
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AEOLIAN ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRAR ' (3 IIIIHIIIili 3 1833 03225 6205 Gc 977. 202 Gl 8a 1 971 The Aeolian Vi ■i ) o - k ? rC -5. 4 6f, X r r ( M ' I r a- ■ QXi ' e ?) . ' O V(T y G- ioG -t, -; . . - . - S 5. ' " ■ " • " -,4 9 L971 AEOLIAN Copy Ed., Lisa Johnson Layout Ed., Leslie Wise Faces Life Is a drama, And by observing the Roles that others Play, We can sometimes gain A better understanding of Ourselves , " All the world is a stage; We AW«j County Public Library re but the actors . " 900 Webstar Street Have I, too, been PO Box 2270 Acting Fort Wavne, IN 4fi«m -?77n Liug . % I n ■ WW " Karen Haynes Contents classes clubs 39 sports 61 It only takes One Certain Person To make the day Worth coming. If you ' ll but Take my hand, We can share Joy, sorrow, and Love; We can Welcome the dawn Together . There ' s something Magnetic about the Drama of human Competition -- The struggle for success . It ' s an Overwhelming force Which carries Thousands to their feet at the sound of the whistle, or the Crack of the gun . Is this the Force That breeds Desire within an Athlete? Once, I thought I found God in you; But you let me down, and I lost Him. After the hurt went away, I looked to tomorrow For an answer . For a long time, we filled the Requirements -- Did our homework, passed our tests-- We made the grade . We started goofing around. All in fun, but We got carried away and did some Irresponsible things . In time, We grew up And realized that we are Responsible for all we do. We learned to put Knowledge and fun in their Proper perspectives . SI From This Moment On . . . We leave behind memories not Soon forgotten: A first kiss. The conference championships, Semi -state tourney. Banquet weekend, The state track meet . We ' ll remember the " Crackerbox " And the teachers - - Those we respected, those we Disliked, and those we Never got to know . We ' ll look back on these moments And Smile . But, What significance will these Memories hold? From this moment on . . . " Mind Blower " Captures Miss Garrett Crown Miss Mary Kay Clark, repre- senting Sigma Phi Gamma So- rority, received the crown of Miss Garrett to highlight the " Garrett Days " activities. Mary Kay also accepted a tro- phy for the original talent por- tion with her comedy skit on drug abuse . The 13 girls competing for the title of Miss Garrett, com- pleted a questionnaire which served as a guide for the judges during a personal interview. In the closed afternoon session, the girls received points for the bathing suit competition . That evening, the Seniors opened the program by introducing them- selves and performing a routine to " Too Many Chiefs and Not Enough Indians " . The talent portion followed with singing, tap and creative dancing, sew- ing, and guitar playing. The girls then paraded in evening gowns for the judges . The five semi -finalists were named, and from them, Miss Mary Kay Clark was crowned Miss Gar- rett and Miss Connie Rapp, runner-up for the title. Miss Garrett candidates: Leslie Wise, Pam Platner, Deb Neukom, Annette Geiser, Runner-up Connie Rapp, Patty Housel, Miss Garrett Mary Kay Clark, Deb Gerhardt, Cathy Custer, JoAnn Worman, Cathy Mcintosh, Suzanne Cornewell, Linda Custer. Amid the excitement of pa- rades, rides, and cotton Candy, Garrett was represented in the MissDeKalb County pageant by Mary Kay Clark and Connie Rapp. In an afternoon session, the girls were judged in the swimsuit competition, and the evening contest under the lights demanded a talent presentation and an evening gown review from all contestants . In the fi- nal moments , Connie Rapp was named Miss DeKalb County, and Mary Kay Clark received second runner -up . Connie rep- resented DeKalb County at the Indiana State Fair in August . Connie performs " A Day at the Ballpark. " Garrett Queen Reigns at Fair Rapp, Miss DeKalb Comity Seventy twirlers, pompom girls, and band members parade at the fair. Miss DeKalb County glows at her coronation with second runner-up Mary Kay Clark. ' 71 Holds " Evening of One-Act Plays ' ' CAST Uncle Les . . . Rick Chamberlin Jimmy Cain . Brad Kinsey Grandmother . . . . Angie LaTumer Judith Cain . . . . . Cathy Mcintosh Helen Johnson Mary Clark LEFT: Student Director Becky Myers over- sees the acting, lighting, and costumes. The cast of " No Greater Love " perform with the audience on three sides. On November 20 and 21, the Seniors presented " An Evening of One -Act Plays " . For three weeks, the cast worked with Mr. Bockman, Struggling to learn lines and portray charac- ters . Finally having survived threats of cancellation, sagging enthusiasm, and weariness, the show went on. Senior band members tied the plays together with their presentations . " A Free Bus Ride to a Shopping Center " found seven Seniors taking a strange bus ride to a shopping center, or was it somewhere else? The second show explained " Why Teachers Go Nuts " in a comical class- room sketch. The mood then became serious for " No Greater Love " , the story of a young doctor who finds that love is most important . The play earned $600 for the Senior Class . Below: Miss Abigail instructs her pupils on the knowledge necessary to succeed. " Free Bus Ride to a Shopping Center ' ' The occupants of the bus travel toward their " second chance " after life. CAST Abigail Becky Jay Bull Mark Zmyslony Earnest Allen Thome Fatso Larry Myers Skinny Steve Wilmot Willie ' . Mike Saffen Gary Jerry Claxton Percy Glenn Steigmeyer Tuffy Steve Mitchell Lulubelle Sue Cornewell Toots Jo Ann Worman Betty Connie Griffin Giggly Mila Ballentine Svisie CarolHeupel Peaches Debbie Kleeman " Why Teachers Go Nuts " Senior, Leslie Wise, Scores as Gridiron Queen Red roses and congratulatory kisses were bestowed on Leslie Wise, the 1970 Football Home- coming Queen , The candidates were chosen by the team atid the student body voted , Leslie wore a mustard colored sweater and gloves with a matching plaid skirt, the ap- parel voted on by the candi- dates . The girls were chauf- feured and ushered onto the field by their respective es- corts: Freshmen, Randy Mil- ler and Tom Kleeman, Soph- omores, Frank Caprino and Randy Mcintosh, Juniors, John Fetter and Stan Kinsey, Sen- iors, Harry Lung and Jerry Claxton. There the queen was announced by Linda Custer, Student Council president. The queen and her court viewed the remainder of the South Adams game from a platform which Pep Club decorated with corn stalks and pumpkins . RIGHT: Mike Derickson congratulates the new Football Homecoming Queen. Debbie Diederich, JoEllen Owens, Toni Snook, Queen Leslie Wise, Annette Geiser, Holly Hoeffel, Ramona Miller, Martha Smith. JerryClaxton and Queen Leslie Wise lead the court to the float. Mary Clark, Rex Johnson, and Debbie Diederich model the look of winter. LEFT: Fashions rage at GHS as girls model the latest styles. Maxis, Minis, Midis and Burnies ' ' Deck the Halls ' ' r Long hair, bernies, and wire rims topped the fashions for guys; while girls donned shags, wire rims, and chokers . The new dress code bloomed as mini, maxi, and midi skirts, outfitted with peasant blouses, dressed the halls at GHS . The popularity of pantsuits and slacks grew as students and teachers took advantage of the liberal code . Adidas, tank tops, and hot pants sprouted midway through the year at parties and games to end the fashion scene at Garrett. Caps and shades were not uncommon as worn by Sherm Lewis and John Cole. Thespians Present, " Annie Sophomore, Polly Creager, plays Annie. On April 30 and May 1, the Garrett Thespian Troup pre- sented a musical comedy en- titled " Annie Get Your Gun " , under the direction of Mr . Bockman, with Toni Snook as Student Director . " Annie " is the story of Miss Annie Oakley, the crude backwoods sharp- shooter, portrayed by Polly Creager, who first wins a shooting contest against Frank Butler, the suave " champion " , played by Dan Miller . Annie goes on to join the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, save the show, marry Frank, and prove that " There ' s No Business Like Show Business " . Get Your Gun ' ' Sitting Bull threatens to scalp Dolly for tampering with the guns. BELOW: The high school band and Karen Haynes play for the cast. Annie sings " Moonlight Lullaby " to the kids while on the train. i CAST 1 ' s Little Boy Yogi Picklesimer Little Girl Sharon Knechel Mr. Davenport Nate Panning Dolly Tate Annette Geiser Iron Horse John Fetter Mac Greg Steward Mr. Wilson Clark Lepley Frank Butler Dan Miller Nosey Girl Debbie Sobieski Annie Oakley Polly Creager Little Jake Chris Geiser Minnie Debby Neukom Nellie Debby Wiley Jessie Debbie Snook Buffalo BiU Kim Thome Mrs. Horse P. Loutzenhiser Mrs. Black Tooth Leslie Wise Mrs. Yellow Foot Jamie Wise Indian Boy Bruce Engelhard Conductor Glen Steigmeyer Porter Ray Osteen Waiter Randy Mellott Pawnee Bill Ken Harmon Sitting Bull Rick Capin Mr. Adams John Cole Mrs. Adams Marilyn Nolan Dr. Ferguson Clark Lepley Mrs. Ferguson Cathy Mcintosh Mr. Keefer Kim Shumway Mr. Henderson Larry Asher Mrs, Henderson P. Gilliland Mrs. P. -Porter Mary Clark Mr. Clay Tim Rhodes DANCERS Marilyn Mavity Debbie Lampe Teresa Koskie Sharon Knechel Cathy Mcintosh Marilyn Miller . . choreographer Janice McCorkel Mary Kay Clark Kay Nolan J. Witherspoon JoAnn Worman Reigns as " Queen of Hearts ' ' Valentine hearts and the Queen of Hearts decorated the throne of Basketball Homecoming Queen, JoAnn Worman. The student body voted, and during half time of the Angola basket- ball game, February 12, Cindy Hathaway, last years queen, placed the crown on JoAnn ' s head. In semi -formal dress, the queen and her court con- sisting of Seniors, Diane Koch and Suzanne Cornewell; Junior, Toni Snook; Sophomore, Debbie Lampe, and Freshman, Carol Redmond, watched the re- mainder of the game from heart -backed chairs . The " Queen of Hearts " pauses forphotog- raphers before taking her throne. LEFT: Mark Wilcox bestows Queen JoAnn with red roses and a congratulatory kiss. Convocations Cater to a Variety of Interests In September, the " Trust Company " , representing Cam- pus Life, entertained students with a skit and folksongs . David Rubinoff presented a variety concert in which he played the violin to the tunes of " Yester- day " , " Impossible Dream " , and " Raindrops Keep Fallin " . He also did a violin version of several popular television com- mercials . At the Christmas convocation the chorus sang, the band played, and a skit, " The Littlest Angel " , was given. Other programs that ad- ded variety were: the art of yoga, music from bottles, and ventriloquism. The " Trust Company " deliver their version of sented by Campus Life. ' Close To You " during a concert pre- David Rubinoff implores students to take advantage of the educational opportun- ities offered in this community. Th e Thespians ' " Littlest Angel " hesitates before offering his humble gift to God dur- ing the Christmas convocation. 1971 powderpuff football champs: FRONT ROW--Suzy Lewis, Chris Voit, Cheryl Peters, MilaBallentine, Mary Baker, Lisa Johnson, KarenHaynes. SECOND ROW--Mary Kay Clark, Deb Kleeman, Linda Custer, Connie Rapp, Becky Myers, Cathy Mcintosh. THIRD ROW--Cathy Custer, Angle LaTumer, Denise Smith, Leslie Wise, Dian Kock Coach, Rick Chamberlin. The Talent Contest, sponsored by Student Council, marked the beginning of the Little 500 . All twelve entries received cash prizes. The 1st prize winner, Polly Creager, performed two vocal selections . Gary LaLone took 2nd place with an original drum solo . Playing his own composition, Larry Asher won 3rd prize . In the Saturday ping- pong tourney, Cathy Mcintosh won the girl ' s competition, while Allen Thorne topped all in his division. Followin g the time trials, all participants joined in a parade . The soccer game between the Freshman and Sophomore boys ended with a victory for the Sophomores . The Sophomore girls carried on with a victory over the Fresh- man girls in buck-buck. The Senior guys defeated the Juniors in pushball 3--0, and the Sen- ior girls trounced the Junior team in football 14 --6. The Little 500 bicycle race ended with a victory for last year ' s champions: Tim Thrush, Jeff Stroman, Dan Miller, and Don Clark. Saturday night, students danced to the sound of the " Me- dusa " , bringing the Little 500 to a close . LEFT: Tammy Anderson leads the band during the Little 500 parade. . ' oily Creager, 1st prize winner in the Talent Contest, sings " Close to You " . RIGHT: Bicycle champs: Don Clark, Dan Miller, Tim Thrush, Jeff Stroman, and pit man Tom Wiley pose with Little 500 Queen Debbie Sobieskie. Bumblebees encircled a mam- moth yellow and black hive, while flowers nestled in an ar- bored entrance to accompany the theme " A Taste of Honey " . Prom attenders feasted on such delicacies as Country Surprise, Honey Drops, and Necture of a Rose served by Sophomores out- fitted as bees . Dan Miller, master of cere- monies, introduced Dick Sea- ger ' s Band who provided music for the evening. The audience was also entertained by the Ta- huana Dancers . They performed dances native of Tahiti and Hawaii and persuaded several members of the audience to join them. To conclude the evening, the Junior Class presented Mrs. Dorothy Pence a centerpiece for her work on the prom. the prom The Tahuana Dancers hypnotize with their rotating movements. Mr. Paris greets even ' one at the garden entrance to the prom. LEFT: Sophomore bees usher near the arbored canopy. May 23, 1971- -Graduation Day for 133 Seniors brought mixed emotions: the happiness of finally receiving that important piece of paper, sadness at say- ing good-bye to friends, and relief of being finished with the hectic days of high school. Bac- calaureate and Commencement were on the same day for the first time. Rev. McCallister spoke for Baccalaureate in the afternoon, and the choir sang three numbers . graduation 1971 Commencement was opened with a welcome by the president of the Senior Class, Rick Chamberlin. The Valedictorian and Salutatorian gave speeches . The main speech for the evening was presented by Mr . Herbert Schwomeyer of Butler Univer- sity. Seniors were presented with pens by the Garrett State Bank, pink roses by Mr. D. L. Haffner, and wallet -size di- plomas by Mr. Max Bock. From This Moment On . . . Education is the beacon . In the game of life, there stretch numerous paths, But a person follows only one . Success is measured by knowledge. It leads to understanding, For this key unlocks the corridors of life. Through knowledge, one gains the wisdom to choose the right path . This is man ' s destiny FROM THIS MOMENT ON . . . Cadet Teachers Gain Know How A second semester course in Cadet Teaching had 17 seniors spending two periods a day with grade school and Junior High students . The seniors observed and experienced the students at work in their classes and dur- ing recesses . On Monday morn- ings, the seniors discussed the behavior of the students in an effort to understand and pre- pare themselves for possible careers in teaching. They were placed in classes including Spe- cial Education, Physical Educa- tion, Music, Library, and regular classes on a preference basis. They also became ac- quainted with the non-grading system established in the J . E . Ober School this past year . Cadet Teacher, JoAnn Worman, plays the autoharp for her Music class. Deb Kleeman aids the grade school children in finding and checking-out books. I RIGHT: Steve Wilmot supervises pupil. r Students Practice Self Expression Crime and Punishment , poetry analysis, and term papers on the ' Arts ' , merged in Senior Composition class . Senior World Literature students pre- sented plays on the elements of tragedy. They also interpreted poetry orally, and did collages on protest . Juniors composed themes for the Rotary Cluh speech contest. They discussed " Hamlet " , and reviewed the fundamentals of grammar . One theme a week was required of Sophomore students . They read several short stories and traced the history of American Literature . Freshmen used the SRA kit to improve reading. They ob- served T . V . programs and dis - cussed the relationship between the programs and their lives . « i%-r. Composition students busy themselves. Freshmen, Wayne Rowe and Alice Pla- cencia, prepare to check their gram- mar assignment. I Steve Snook orallv interprets poetn.-. Brenda Crager, Dan Miller, and Margaret Cottrell explain their English projects. Tapes, Posters Tie GHS to Spain HOEiniOt VECIHOt Denny Costin reports on the customs and activities of the Spanish people. Sophomores, in Miss Haynes ' class, strengthen their vocabulary in group practice. Robin Lang, Terry Bowman, and Judy Van Holten practice pronunciation and gram- mar with the use of tapes. RIGHT: Jody Witherspoon memorizes phrases. Fifty-two students were en- rolled in the first three years of Spanish. With the aid of tapes, first year students created a working vocabulary, and learned at least three tenses . The other years were a continuation of the first year with the addition of literature and history . " Latin Lives " at Garrett High In the first year, Latin students worked basically with English derivatives with emphasis on the historic and cultural aspects of the Roman society. Students were drilled on basic grammar and vocabulary words in prep- aration of almost daily quizzes . In the second year, grammar and vocabulary were expanded, and the history of Rome was in- vestigated . The students were introduced to the lives and writ- ings of Caesar and Livy . The third and fourth years, they were familiarized with the works of Cicero and Virgil . Susan Hathaway observes as Frank Shoener sets the tapes for the day ' s lesson in Latin. Choir Obtains New Robes for Spring Concert FRONT ROW — Pat Russell, Margaret Cottrell, JoAnn Worman, Garry Bergner, Randy Mueller, Greg Jones, Alice Placencia, Linda Marti. SECOND ROW--Teresa Koski, Janice Dove, Connie Sigler, Kay Nolan, Terry Jarnagin, Nate Panning, Tim Rhodes, Linda Adams, Mary Kay Clark, Polly Creager. THIRD ROW — Thresa Isham, SuLynn Johnson, Joyce Croy, Debbie Runion, TomMiller, Greg Steward, Dan Miller, Bill Pfefferkom, Toni Snook, Olivia Lillie, Sheryl Yarde, Paula Loutzenhiser. FOURTH ROW--Brenda Crager, Karen Haynes, Cheryl Snyder, Chris Krocker, Rex Johnson, Jeff Stroman, Mike Hockaday, Hal Mortorff, Gary Carr, Sheila Lillie, Paula Gilliland, Cindy Custer, Denise Smith. Karen Haynes, assistant pianist, concen- trates on a musical selection. Judy VanHolten, Alice Placencia, and Linda Marti sing " The Inch Worm " in preparation for the concert. The Garrett High School Choir tookon a new look thisyecir, by donning navy blue robes with maroon and navy collars . Sev- eral members joined in the Thanksgiving Community Song Service. The choir ' s first proj- ect was the Christmas concert, presented on December 20. Both the High School and Jr. High Choirs performed a vari- ety of selections for the public, and both choirs joined in the final song. For the Christmas convocation, the choir sang " Low How A Rose " , " Carol ' of the Bells " , and other songs. In February, all choir members sold Rex, an all-purpose cleaner, as a money making project. In the spring, they learned " Aquarius " , " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " , and " Traces " in preparation for the spring concert . In May, the choir sang for the Senior Bac- calaureate Service . «» FRONT ROW--Valorie Sipe, Linda Housel, Chris Voit, Sue Hall, Debbie Lampe, Allen Thom, Tom Wiley, Bruce Ragman, Chris- tine McCartney, Mike Hockaday, Roxie Treesh, Jon Wilmot, Connie Seigler, Sharon Driver. SECOND ROW--Sharon King, Mary Reed, Dan Riccius, Sue Refner, Laura Freeman, Tammy Anderson, Starr Omspacher, Nate Panning, Cheryl Peters, Rick Parker, Frank Selke, Debbie Rowe, Dave Claxton, Dawn Boyer, Carol Hall, Don Walker, John Cornell, Barry Parker. THIRD ROW--Mary Baker, Cathy Mcintosh, Linda Driver, Patty Housel, Deanna Cornell, Paula Loutzenhiser, JoEUen Carper, Mike Gentls, Steve Smelt- zer. Bill Comewell, Mike Hofferman, Melinda Carper, Debbie Neukom, Steve Mavity. Two Solos, Ensembles Compete in State Contest Forty -eight G.H.S. students are members of the Garrett High School Band, under the leadership of Mr. Brandt. Marching in front of football crowds and in the DeKalb County Fair parade were the fall ac- tivities . In December, the band presented a Christmas concert, and helped in the Christmas convocation, giving a version of " The Night Before Christmas " --in German. At every home basketball game, the band roused school spirit with the school song, " Cheer, Cheer, " and other pepsongs. Two band members tried -out for all -state band and two solos and two en- sembles went to state in the NISBOVA contest. The money earned from the candy sold by band members goes into a gen- eral uniform fund . Pep Band, under the direction of Mr. Brandt, performs at basketball half time, betwee n games, and at pep sessions. LEFT: Marilyn Mavit ' serves as head baton twirler for CHS. DE Allows On-the-job Training Distributive Education, known as DE, allowed students to attend classes in the morning and hold a part-time job in the afternoon. During third period the students learned about merchandising and sales. The employers cooperated withMr. McCartney, who heads the program, by evaluating the students at work. Mr. McCartney also sponsors DECCA to aid the members . Another vocational activity, ICE, permitted students wishing to take courses not offered at Garrett to attend classes in area schools, including East Noble and DeKalb. A newly organized class in Health Occupations , particularly in the field of nursing, found girls working in DeKalb Memorial Hospital, Glen Oaks and Garrett Community Hospital. Barbara Potter smiles as she greets people at Brook ' s Smorgasboard. Annette Geiser peers from behind the clothes at the Underground in Auburn. r BELOW: Bobby Creager clerks at Wil- liam ' s grocery. Chris Voit and Chris McCartney study man ' s anatomy. Careers in Business Offer Variety New desks and telephones dec - orated the business lab in the fashion of a modern office . With the aid of ' jobs ' the junior and senior members were intro- duced to the variety of choices available in the field of busi- ness. They stenciled, typed, and ran-off copies of tests, tickets, and programs for teachers and clubs in the school . Colleene Muldary strikes the keys in Business Lab. Dan Jordan experiments with the milling machine in the shop. Young Mathematicians Train to Reason Logically John Cornell explains the development of the general quadratic formula. Steve Cobbs explains the refraction of light on the overhead projector. RIGHT: Ken Harmon studies Algebra. " Circular functions " , " rapping functions " , and " identities " are terms ttiat soon became famil- iar to the Advanced Math class . They studied Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry and were introduced to calculus in their fourth year of Math. In the first year, Algebra I, students be- came more familiar with set theory and were introduced to first degree equations . The big project for the two classes of Geometry students wasthecon- structionof an original geomet- ric figure . They also proved the Pythagorean and other theo- rems . Conic sections were on the order for the one Advanced Algebra class, as they concen- trated on parabolas, circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas, These classes were only the be- ginning in the field of Mathe- matics . Science Fair Held at Gym Dissecting frogs and grasshiop- pers and being tested on biology terms allowed students to bet- ter understand the function of systems. Labs on the regen- eration of planaria, blood types, enzymes, and semester projects were activities of Biology II . Physics class had students par- ticipating in the teaching. Each week they demonstrated experi - ments such as the refraction of light and the laws of motion. Chemistry classes experi- mented with molecular weight and made an " ammonia foun- tain " . They also organized projects dealing with the prop- erties of chemicals . Ted Kees experiments with light. ' ■- ' ii r rvn ' W ii; S3i ; ,ts ■ff t, -ja - , • ' l. Tim Costin exhibits his project on " Sound " during the Science Fair. Junior, Susan Spicer, peers at a planaria. Striving for perfection, Glenn Steigmeyer finishes his oil painting. Junior -High groups sculptured and glazed ashtrays and vases in clay. Paper mache masks were constructed and painted . Some drawings and work in cop- per were introduced for the first. The advanced painting class completed eight projects during the year. These were two monochromatic palette knife paintings, an acrylic and tissue painting, and a self-por- trait in tempera. In ceramics, they constructed an abstract form from strips of clay, and one clay piece was thrown on the potter ' s wheel . A sand mold and a strip cast mold were also done by the advanced class . Original wall hangings and mobiles were fashioned. Sev- eral paintings created by the advanced students were dis- played in the business lab. Art Cultivates Creativity Franz Heinzerling centers the clay and prepares to create a piece of pottery. Becky Myers completes her palette knife painting in Advanced Art Class. 34 Wrestling, Tennis, Gymnastics Invade Physical Ed. In the Freshman and Sophomore years the Physical Education class taught students the funda- mentals of team sports . They participated in basketball, speedball, volleyball and other sports . Mr . Crist introduced some of the boys to wrestling. Advanced Physical Education class stressed the individual in sports . The co-ed class went bowling, golfing, and played tennis . The students helped in the grade school for six weeks. Linda Clabaugh returns a volley. RIGHT: Sophomores go bowling. Sophomore boys attack the boards. Boys wrestle for open house. r Students Ponder Past and Present i Forming and managing imagi- nary companies through a com- puter system allowed Senior Economics students to experi- ence several aspects of the cir- culation of capital throughout the United States and Europe . Inthe senior year, Civics pre- sented the opportunity to learn about the Constitution and the function of the government , During the junior year, U.S. History class conducted field trips to The Landing, Johnny Appleseed ' s Grave, and the Lincoln Museum in Fort Wayne . Book reports, " word tests " , and projects were required. Lisa Johnson, Mike Derickson, and Bar- bara Bergner study in Economics. Mr. Parks displays his collection of arrowheads and birdstones to Keith Anderson. Jr. High Student Curriculum Grows at Garrett High In addition to the basic courses offered to Junior High at Garrett High School, the Eighth Grade introduced three new six weeks classes: " How to Study " , whose intention was to improve the study habits of the students, " Spanish " , which acquainted the students with the Spanish course they may take when they become Freshmen, and " Vo- cabularly " , that familiarized them with words and their usage. Also a Special Education class offered some students the opportunity to learn at their own rate. RIGHT: Mike Gerhardt listens in science. LEFT: Students learn the fundamentals of studying. ' ■ ' £ 4. ' - - i From This Moment On . . . Clubs are the bridges of service . Some span great distances, But all are toll . Involvement is the price that binds the participant to mankind. The bridge of life will be covered as a reward for involvement . These arches of self-service connect a person to the eternal bridge FROM THIS MOMENT ON . . . St. Council Busy Gary LaLone introduces his original drum solo in the talent contest. A member of the Little 500 bicycle race takes the final lap. FRONT ROW- -Sponsor, Mr. Pullins, Tim Smith, Treas. Don DeGrasse, Vice-Pres. Jeff Stroman, Pres. Linda Custer, Sec. Karen Cus- ter, Howard Smith, Sponsor, Mr. Weimer. SECOND ROW--Neil Esselburn, Debbie Bradley, Svisan Hathaway, Maureen Moran, Diane Kock, Steve Zeider, Brenda Baughman. THIRD ROW- -Marilyn Miller, Denise Smith, Kay Christlieb, Jamie Wise, Sheila King, Lisa Johnson, Theresa Krocker, Joyce Schultz. FOURTH ROW--Frank Caprino, Jeff Helbert, Ken Harmon, Dan MiUer, David Lash, Mark Michael, Tim Thrush, Bemie Smith, Mike Esselburn. with Dress Code, Student Lounge, Little 500 The Student Council started off the year by revising the school ' s dress code. For the first time in GHS history, girls were al- lowed to wear slacks . Again this year, the Council sponsored Park Tae Bok, a foster child from Korea, and held the mag- azine sales . Student Council also helped with the blood bank, and Love Can, bought NEIAC conference banners, sponsored the Little 500 and Talent Night, and supervised the student lounge. The members initiated Garrett High School ' s member- ship in the Basketball Hall of Fame . At the end of the year , they presented the John F . Ken- nedy Scholarship to a member of the Senior Class . LEFT: Covmcil members discuss projects. mim NHS Fills Christmas Stockings for Children FRONT ROW--Treas. Ted Kees, Vice-Pres. Lisa Johnson, Pres. Brad Kinsey, Sec. Mary Kay Clark, Monica VanZile, Sponsor, fvlrs. Love. SECOND ROW-- Tom Novy, Jean Cozier, Connie Ley, Linda Custer, Sue Puff, Laura Henderson, Sandy Tittle. THIRD ROW-- Pam Freeman, Leslie Wise, KarenHaynes, Cheri Turner, Mary Kay Schultz, Mary Baker, Jim Duguid. FOURTH ROW--Gerald Wine- brenner, Stan Kinsey, Jeff Stroman, Tom Selke, Steve Cobbs, Jon Wilmot, Rick Chamberlin. GARRETT HiOH Parents witness NHS initiation. RIGHT: As the boys play cards, the girls bake cookies for Head Start children. The National Honor Society ' s year began with the acceptance of 18 new members . At Christmas time, NHS mem- bers found themselves busy as they baked cookies and bought toys and candy to fill stockings for the Head Start children . The club nominated Brad Kin- sey, and Karen Haynes as the . school ' s participants for the | Sj National Honor Society Scholar - JP ship. A formal initiation of new mem- bers closed the year for the club. FRONT ROW--Dick Barry, Glenn Steigmeyer, Treas. Tom Novy, Pres. Annette Geiser, Vice-Pres. Rick Capin, Sec. Beck Weller, Ruth Koehl, Sponsor, Mrs. Love. SECOND ROW--Joyce Schultz, Sharon Knechel, Cheryl Carr, Steven Beider, David Spicer, Frank Caprino, Mary Jo Novy, Beth HoUis. THIRD ROW--Susan Hathaway, Debbie Hoeffel, Jo Ellen Carper, Mila Ballentine, Toni Ellert, Pat Hyde, Martha Smith, Karen Gentis. FOURTH ROW--Jim Sapp, Russ Smith, Chris Thrush, Humphrey Kearns, Randy Mellott, Kay Roebel, Cindy Custer, Robert Dannenberg, Tom Hullinger. FIFTH ROW--Kathy Reeves, Anita Fetters, Mark Michaels, Dick Heupel, Brent Steigmeyer, Mark Ellert, Tony Blomeke, Susan Spicer, Mary Kay Schultz. SIXTH ROW--Debbie Beeber, Susi Puff, Cathy Cobbs, Carla Andrews, Renee Shuff, JoEllen Owens, Kathy Quince, Valda Scheurich, Karen Custer. Slave Auction Held at Annual Roman Banquet The 51 members of Latin Club, meeting twice a month under the leadership of Mrs . Love, planned their annual project of selling Halloween candy. They used the money to send three voting delegates to the state convention . The remaining money went to buy food for the annual Roman picnic . The club members, after a Roman Ban- quet, slave auction, and initia- tion ceremonies, learned the ways of Roman dress and cus - toms of Roman life . RIGHT: Dick Heupel and Humphrey Kearns purchase slave, Kathy Quince. Wf ' Z9 1] • ' iw ! »5 S l Games and Roman dress are regulars. Thespians Analyze ' ' The Taming of the Shrew ' ' FRONT ROW — Sponsor, Mr. Bockman, Sec. JoAnn Worman, Vice-Pres. Mary Baker, Pres. Annette Geiser, Karen Haynes, Treas. Ken Roberts. SECOND ROW--Jean Cozier, Marilyn Mavity, Mila Ballentine, Mary Kay Clark, Becky Myers, Janice McCorkel. THIRD ROW- -Rick Capin, Larry Asher, DanMiller, PattyHousel, Allen Thome, Sheila Lillie, Bruce Englehard. " The Littlest Angel " was pre- sented at Christmas time dur- ing the Christmas Convocation by the Garrett Chapter of the National Thespian Society. The twenty -five members have each earned the total of ten points necessary to be asked to join the Thespian Society. Points are earned by portraying a major or minor role in a dramatic production or by serving on a committee. Several of the members traveled to the Civic Theater to see the " Taming of The Shrew " . Meeting twice a month on Tuesday morning, the troupe also presented the mu- sical " Annie Get Your Gun. " BELOW: The Littlest Angel, Lloyd LaLone, presents his gift to God, Newly initiated members of Thespians enjoy refreshments after the ceremony. Spaniards View Slides of Spain Steve Runion strikes angrily at the pinata. Smashing pinatas at a Christ- mas party, feasting on Span- ish foods, and holding initiation ceremonies for the new mem- bers were activities that en- tertained the 30 members of the Spanish Club. This year, the Spaniards also viewed slides taken by Mr. Seltenright on his previous visit to Spain. Spanish Club members entertain themselves in a- game of musical chairs. FRONT ROW--Sponsor, Miss Haynes, Rayna Engelhard, Pat Whyte, Treas. Debbie Lampe, ' ice-Pres. Deb Kleeman, Pres. John Cole, Sec. Angie La Turner, Bruce Engelhard, Janice McCorkel. SECOND ROW--Kevin Malcolm, Kalista Johnston, Diane Diederich, JoAnn Worman, Debbie Lewis, Sharon King, Cathy Carteaux, Lucy Diosdado. THIRD ROW--Judy Witherspoon, Carol Redmond, Debbie Diederich, Paula Gilliland, Sherm Lewis, Jacque Black, Geri Kleeman, Karen Haffner. Vocational Drafting, ICE, Steve Foster aids Blaine Kimmel in plan- ning a Vocational Drafting Club project. FRONT ROW--John Cole, Pres. Jerry Claxton, Vice-Pres. Phil Cool, Treas. Steve Dickison, Sponsor, Mr. Ewing. SECOND ROW— Reporter Ken Roebel, Dale Pfeiffer, Bob Dales, Sec. Rick Parker, Blaine Kimmel, Parliamentarian Steve Foster. FRONT ROW--Barbara Potter, Treas. Rhonda Hathaway, Vice. -Pres. Ron DeCrasse, Sec. Linda Steller, Sponsor, Mr. McCartney. SECOND ROW--Jack Eugle, Charles Bergner, Jeff McClure, Jon Wilmot, Dan Jordan. Health Occupation Education was a newly organized class in the vocational department at Garrett High School. HOE stressed practical nursing and allowed the girls to gain experi- ence by working in the Glen Oaks Rest Home, Garrett Community Hospital, and the DeKalb me- morial Hospital . Vocational Drafting Club mem- bers set their goal at building a catamaran sailboat . They waxed cars and held two dances to get money to buy material for their project . The club members planned to raffle the boat at the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair in September . ICE members, along with HOE and the Vocational Drafting Club, were associated with VIC A. ICE met twice a month with Mr. McCartney, sponsor. The members sold pens, washed cars, and held record hops . HOE Combine To Form VICA Drafting Club members discuss plans for the catamaran sailboat. HOE girls: Barbara Bergner, Chris Voit, Mary Smith, Instructor Mrs. Reynolds, Vicki Sutton, Chris McCartney. OEA, a professional organiza- tion for young business stu- dents, had 30 members. In Marchi, 27 participated in a contest at Fort Wayne. As projects, tlie club sold candy, held a car wash and bake sale . The 15 members of Distributive Education attended school part- time. At the end of the year, they sponsored an Appreciation Banquet for their employers along with the other vocational departments at GHS . FRONT ROW — Sponsor, Mr. McCartney, Don ReinoeU, Sec. Roberta Creager, Pres. Ellsworth Saxter, Vice-Pres. Garry LaLone, Fred Smith. SECOND ROW--Sue Puff, Richard Reinoehl, Cheryl Snyder, Paul Buckles, Carson Reinoehl, Phyllis Shephard. OEA and DE Students Sponsor Open House FRONT ROW--Sponsor, Mrs. Doss, Rec. Sec. Karen Kugler, Pres. Lynn Fritz, Connie Griffin, Corr. Sec. Angle LaTurner,Treas. Dian Kock, Sandy Tittle. SECOND ROW-- Joan Cole, Sharon Driver, JoEllen Carper, HoUy Hoeffel, Star Omspacher, Pam Cutler, Connie Ley, Rhonda Hathaway, Linda Marti. THIRD ROW--Karen Kearns, Brenda Crager, Susan Kruger, Tammy Anderson, Marston Greenawalt, Jon Wilmot, Cheri Turner, Debbe Perry, Jola Rowe. Linda Steller awaits a visitor during open house in the business lab. BELOW: Lola Robinson assists a customer at the FHA bakesale. FRONT ROW--Proj. Chairman Lola Robinson, Vice-Pres. Patty Housel, Pres. Laura Henderson, Sec. and Treas. Mary Rose DePaulo, Sponsor Mrs. Olin. SECOND ROW-- Parliamentarian Nila Armstrong, Marilyn Mavity, Jacqueline Reinoehl, Nora Bowers, Eva Sawyer. THIRD ROW--Beatrice Goings, Dawn Boyer, Historian Linda Housel, Mary Ann Henderson, Recreation Valorie Sipe. FHA Gives Valentine Party FFA Helps at DeKalb Fair FHA, a club designed to pro- mote good family relations , at- tended the District meeting in tiie spring and fall . These meet- ings acquainted them with other club members and their proj - ects . The 13 girls made and sold candy apples during the football season and had a Christmas party and bake sale. In Feb- ruary, they gave the Head Start Children a Valentine ' s Day party . This years FFA members worked on 34 different projects which included donating money totheWOWO Penny Pitch, help- ing at the DeKalb Free Fall Fair, and sponsoring a dairy and livestock judging team . For money -making projects, the boys held two record hops , FRONT ROW--Sec. Tim Rice, Vice-Pres. Ed Riccius, Pres. Terr - Whan, Treas. Dan Maurer, Sponsor, Mr. Bateman. SECOND ROW- -Michael Hofferman, Mike Maloney, Steve Smeltzer, Bruce Rugman, Richard Reinoehl, Michael Thomas. THIRD ROW-- Steve Rottger, Leslie DePew, Larry Yarian, Roger Potter, Joe Holbrook, Mike Snook. Y-Teens Sell Caramel Apples Angle LaTtirner packs cans of food. RIGHT: Decorating begins for the annual Mother-Daughter Tea. Y -Teens peddled home-made caramel apples during the DeKalb football game, and spon- sored a record hop as money - making projects . At Thanksgiving and Christmas , members distributed baskets of foodto local families . Theclub, including the new Sophomore members, donated to the World Fellowship Program and the Basketball Hall of Fame . For the first time in several years, the club became a charter mem- ber of Y-Teens . FRONT ROW--Angie La Turner, Sheila Lillie,Sec. Lael Rowe,PTes. Lisa Johnson, Vice-Pres.Dian Kock, Treas. Connie Ley, Denise Smith. SECOND ROW — Karen Custer, Ruth Sliger, Nancy Sutton, Becky Weller, Julie Somers, Karen Andrews, Laura Freeman. THIRD ROW--Ruth Koehl, JoEllen Owens, Joyce Schultz, Ramona Miller, Pat Hyde, Cindy Steigmeyer, Debbie Hoeffel, Kalista Johnston. FOURTH ROW--Pam Freeman, Julie Jeffery, Diane Bonkoski, Chris Thrush, Karen Haffner, Melba LaTumer, JoEllen Carper, Terry Kleeman, Mila Ballentine. FIFTH ROW- -Cynthia Griffin, Sue Hall, Kay Roebel, Cathy Mcintosh, Patty Housel, Kathy Reeves, Mary Kay Schultz, Holly Hoeffel, Debbie Runion. Social Studies Club Meets Senator Birch Bayh The Soc. Studies Club, dedi- cated to showing its members the importance of the past, at- tended the Birch Bayh and the IJHS Convention and the Spring Mill History Workshop . The club undertook a study of the Amish . Several books were read and reported on by mem- bers . They also planned a trip to visit some Amish farms . lap H Girls prepare to unload antiques. « , LEFT: Patty Housel and Joey Somers dis- cuss the characteristics of the Amish, Mr. Parks points out important informa- tion about the Amish. FRONT ROW — Sponsor, Mr. Parks, Sec.-Treas. Valda Scheurich, Vice-Pres. Steve Wilmot, Pres. Mary Jo Somers, Rick Capin. SECOND ROW--Monica VanZile, Julie Somers, Joan Cole, Rojeanne Aplin. THIRD ROW--Julie Jeffery, Susan Spicer, Patt ' Housel, Mary Kay Schultz, Terry Kleeman. Larry Meyers and Mike Saffen increase the Lettermen ' s Club treasury. RIGHT: Several club members view a Big Ten football film at a Friday morn- ing meeting. Under the supervision of Mr. Crist, 29 varsity lettermen became members of their own Lettermen ' s Club. The boys distinguished themselves with maroon sweatshirts inscribed with " Garrett Let- termen " . The members sold " Garrett Railroader " pillows during the football season as their only money -making project. For en- tertainment the boys viewed several films from Big Ten football games . Lettermen Sell Pillows and Buy Sweatshirts FRONT ROW--Sponsor, Mr. Crist, Tim Wheeler, Sec.-Treas. Mark Wilcox, Pres. Steve Dembickie, Vice-Pres. Rick Chamberlin, Kenny Cutler. SECOND ROW--Dan Ice, Jerry Claxton, Denny DaUas, Dan Miller, Tom Miller, Tim Thrush, Greg Shippy, Mike Saffen. THIRD ROW--Steve Mitchell, Tom Thrush, Sherm Lewis, Matt Hoeffel, Steve Runion, Larry Meyers, Stan Kinsey, Brad Kinsey. FOURTH ROW- -Don Clark, Lon Grubb, Mike Derickson, Jeff Stroman, Bob Redmond, Ted Kees, Steve Cobbs, Dan Maurer. Archery, Jarts— New GAA Sports The 71 members of The Girl ' s Athletic Association organized several new activities: gymnas- tics, bicycling, archery, and tennis. They also had basket- ball, volleyball, and softball . The girls picnicked in Septem- ber at Pokagon . For initiation, members did not wear make-up, had three pigtails, wore white socks and ' tennies ' . On October 31, the girls dressed up for a Halloween Party in the new gym . At Christmas ttiey had a gift ex- change at their Christmas Party. On May 10, GAA mem- bers presented a Parents ' Night . The parents were entertained by the club. Connie Sigler volleys for the point. GAA cycles to the baseball diamond. GAA members: FRONT ROW- -Deb Kleeman, Alice Placencia, Joyce Schultz, Virginia Kennedy, Mila Ballentiue, Vice-Pres. Tammy Anderson, Pres. Mary Baker, Sec. Mary Kay Clark, Treas. Cheryl Peters, Mary Ann Detrick, Susan Rosenburg, Sponsor, Miss Crowe. SECOND ROW--Debbie Beber, Karen Andrews, Linda Marti, Adrian Smi th, Carla Andrews, Karen Picklesimer, Debbie Sobieski, Debbie Lampe, Cathy Quince, Jeanette Higgins, Karen Custer, Janice McCorkel. THIRD ROW--Debbie Neukom, Angie La Turner, Marilyn Miller, JoEllen, Lucy Diosdado, Dina Kock, Denise Smith, Suzy Lewis, Susan Harvey, Renee Shuff, Ruth Koehl, Cathy Car- teaux. FOURTH ROW--Leslie Wise, Cindy Steigmeyer, Ramona Miller, Jimmie Brandt, Diane Cousino, Mar - Reed, Betsy Vice, Connie Sigler, Pat Costin, Pat Hyde, Pam Freeman, Denise Jennings. FIFTH ROW--Jody Witherspoon, Martha Smith, Toni Ellert, Terry Wiley, Melba LaTumer, Debbie Runion, Carol Redmond, Debbie Lewis, Chris Thrush, Teresa Koskie, Valarie Sipe, Terry Kleeman. SIXTH ROW — Debbie Diederich, Lynn Rowe, Karen Wilmot, Cathy Mcintosh, Anita Fetter, Jacque Black, Connie Griffin, Paula Gilliland, Susie Lilienthal, Kathie Reeves, Star Omspacher, Geri Kleeman. " 15 rahs are you ready? ' ' Junior boys, nicknamed " Black Cappers " , pulsate with spirit during the tourneys. iT ' , i, rt: k FRONT ROW--Mila Ballentine, Cathy Custer, Vice-Pres. Susie Lewis, Deb Kleeman, Pres. Diane Koch, JoAnn Worman, Connie Ley, Mary Kay Clark, Denise Smith, Angle LaTumer. SECOND ROW--Treas. Dian Bonkoskie, Karen Keams, Lael Rowe, Sec. Terry Kleeman, Diane Diederich, Julie Jeffery, Cynthia Griffin, Pam Freeman, Mary Jane Jones, Robin Barger, Debbie Sobieski. THIRD ROW- -Joyce Croy, Sulynn Johnson, Cindy Custer, Polly Creager, Karen Custer, Susie Dapp, Pat Hyde, Karen Andrews, Mary Rose DePaolo, Toni Snook, Karen Haffner, Paula GiUiland. FOURTH ROW--Jacque Black, Geri Kleeman, Ruth Koehl, JoEUen Owens, Ramona Miller, Kathy Reeves, Kalista Johnson, Cindy Steigmeyer, Debbie Hoeffel, Cathy Cobbs, Janice Dove, Becky Weller. FIFTH ROW--Janis Peters, Laura Souder, Debbie Mathys, Karen Wilmot, Chris Thrash, Terri Wiley, Kay Perkins, Cheryl Souder. Pep Clubs Make the Difference The 80 members of girls ' pep club, attired in navy blue coulottes and white tops trimmed in navy blue with " GHS Railroaders " in- scribed on them, backed the teams along with the boy ' s pep club. The 60 member boy ' s squad was organized to follow the basket- ball team from the sectional to the semi-state. Throughout the year, each class in pep club rotated in making decorations for the hoop, lockers, and halls. The girls formed victory lines and were in charge of football and basketball home- coming. During the tourney, they decorated cars with balloons and crepe -paper for SOyi and led a caravan to the coliseum. A Sadie Hawkins Dance and bake sale also raised money. The decorated car reflects the spirit of the fans at the tourney. Hoops and victory lines are regulars at home games and tournaments. The boy ' s pep club displays the enthu- siasm which inspired the team to victorv ' . GHS Initiates New Gymnastics Club President George Schurr practices on the parallel bars. Gymnastics Club members set their goal on performing a rou- tine on two pieces of equipment of their choosing. They worked out in the gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays . At the end of the first semester, Junior High stu- dents became eligible to join. The members used the closed circuit television to perfect their exercises . The club sold Nestle ' s candy bars as the money -making project . LEFT: Bob Christlieb attempts a double fore ward flip on the trampoline as Gym- nastics Club members play a vital role in spotting for him. FRONT ROW--Rayna Englehard, Sandy Tittle, Treas. Leslie Wise, Pres. George Schurr, Vice-Pres. Annette Geiser, Sec. Virginia Kennedy, Sponsor, Mr. Pullins. SECOND ROW--MarilynMavity, David Spicer, Roxanne Treesh, Suzanne Comewell, Marilyn Nolan, Randy Mcintosh, Bob Christlieb. THIFU3 ROW--Jody Witherspoon, Debbie Diederick, Carol Redmond, Harry Lung, Paula GilHland, Geri Kleeman, Mary Kay Clark. FOURTH ROW--Kieth Anderson, Steve Mitchell, Glenn Steigmeyer, Dan Maurer, Tim Costin, Jacque Black, Tim Rhodes. FTA Elves Visit Colleges Finding out more about educa- tion, visiting colleges , and aid- ing teaciiers were the goals of FTA. The 15 members visited Ball State University and Man- chester College. Three mem- bets attended the FTA conven- tion in Indianapolis . Twice a week, FTA members tutored Jr . High students . Teachers also received assistance from the organization as each member served as an elf for two teach- ers , aiding in grading papers . BELOW: FTA members serve the teachers refreshments after a regular meeting. FRONT ROW--Sponsor, Mr. Seltenright, Sec.-Treas., Sue Hall, Pres. andVice-Pres. Lael Rowe, Diane Diederich, Sponsor, Miss Crowe. SECOND ROW--Laura Henderson, Lora Freeman, Kalista Johnston, Julie Jeffery, S usan Harvey, Ruth Sliger, Janice Mc- Corkel. THIRD ROW--Terry Kleeman, JoEllen Carper, Holly Hoeffel, Mary Kay Schultz, Kay Roebel, Joan Terry, Cheryl Peters. Lael Rowe and Susan Harvevplan for the club ' s trip to Manchester College. STREAMLINER Vol. 47, No. 12 Garrett High School, Garrett, Indiana May 18, 1971 Marilyn Nolan crops pictures. Steve Wilmot works on layout. To begin the year, the mem- bers of the Streamliner staff visited the headquarters of the News -Sentinel. There they viewed the steps in producing and printing a newspaper . The staff chose Hartcoas print- ers for the school paper. Be- cause of the lower cost and leniency in formats, they were able to add variety to the paper ' s layouts . To decrease the debt for production of the Stream- liner, the staff doubled the number of previous subscrip- tions sold, sponsored a basket- ball game between the Redheads and the faculty and a dance featuring the rock group, Atlan- tis . FRONT ROW — Photographer Glenn Steigmeyer, Co-Editors Steve Wilmot, and Sue Puff, Photographer Paul Buckles, Lon Grubb, Photographer Bruce Babbitt, Sponsor, Mrs. Yoder. SECOND ROW--Jean Cozier, Marilyn Mavity, Bob Christlieb, Paula Loutzenhiser, Marilyn Nolan. THIRD ROW — Franz Heinzerling, Marsha Mortorff, Gary Carr, Cheri Turner, Cindy Custer, Carol Heupel, Pam Plainer. Susi Puff edits copy for the Streamliner. 1971 Aeolian Staff Members FRONT ROW--Toni Snook, Lisa Johnson, Leslie Wise, Karen Haynes, Mary Kay Clark. SECOND ROW— Brad Kinsey, Rick Chamberlin, Mark Wilcox, Mike Derick- son, Randy Michael, John Grawcock, Rick Capin. THIRD ROW — Mary Rose DePaolo, Connie Rapp, Becky Myers, Paula Loutzenhiser, Cathy Mcintosh, Deb Kleeman, Valda Scheurich, Jola Rowe. Yearbookers Fight Fatigue, The yearbook staff spent hours making layouts and fitting pic- tures and copy for the Aeolian . Members worked until 10 p.m. and on Saturdays to make dead- lines and make-up for missed ones . The yearbook increased its size to 8 1 2 " by 11 " and added 8 pages. Staff members designed the cover and incorporated art- work and direct line, amline, and overprint pictures within the Aeolian. The yearbook and Streamliner photographers worked to equip the darkroom at school. By second semester they developed many pictures for both school publications . During the last week of school, the " Big Three " , Leslie, Lisa, and Karen, rushed with layouts, heads, copy, and pictures, and fought off kids from attempting to see pictures, to make the May 31 deadline . Deadlines, and Picture Seekers Bruce Babbitt shoots for the yearbook. LEFT: Leslie Wise works on layouts. From This Moment On . . Competition clutches the key. In the spectacle of sport rests the chalice From which every athlete must drink. Must one practice till eternity? The goal dwells with success . To many, this comes in cheers of victory. Only the true sportsman profits from defeat, For his achievement is attained tlirough competition. This binds an athlete to a sport. And impels him to chase the illusive rainbow Of inseparable qualities FROM THIS MOMENT ON . . . Railroaders Recapture NEIAC Conference Crown FRONT ROW — Don Clark, Jerry Claxton, Ellsie Saxer.Bob Redmond, Mike Saffen, Mike Derickson, Rick Chamberlin, Brad Kinsey, Matt Hoeffel. SECOND ROW--Larry Myers, Steve Mitchell, Mark Wilcox, Tim Thrush, Bill Pfefferkorn, Jeff Stroman,Greg Steward, Jeff McClure,Dan Miller. THIRD ROW- -Head Coach Mr. Hutton, Frank Caprino,Don DeCrasse, Randy Michael, Tom Miller, Greg Shippy, Ron Kock, Randy Surfus, Dennis Anderson, Bob Christlieb, Assistant Coach Mr. Wiant. FOURTH ROW- -Assistant Coach Mr. Crist, Manager Dan Ice, Rob Wilcox, Dave Derickson, Dave Lash, Garry Carr, Rich Hathaway, Tom Wiley, Brent Steigmeyer, Rex Johnson, Manager Dennis Smith, Assistant Coach Mr. Weimer. Not Shown: Tom Thrush, Steve Dembickie, Dan Maurer, Tom Blot- kamp, Jack Fike, Mike Andrews. Tom Thrush, football captain, presents the NEIAC trophy to the school. Never before in the sports annals of Garrett High School has such a tremendous accomplishment been achieved. An undefeated sea- son clinched the Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference crown for the second consecutive year for the Railroaders . This sea- son ' s record extended Garrett ' s winning streak to 17 in a row. The offensive team sustained as average of 31.00 points per game, and the defense surrendered only 6.38 points per game. The Associated Press ranked Garrett 18 out of 435 high schools in the state . This was the highest rank achieved in the history of Garrett football teams . Named to the NEIAC all conference teams for the Railroaders were: First team; Dan Maurer, Steve Dembickie, and Mike Der- ickson, second team; Tom Thrush, Don Clark, and Jeff Stroman, third team; Tom Miller and Rick Chamberlin, honorable mention; Tom Blotkamp and Dan Miller . United Press International selected Mike Derickson as defensive back on the all state first team. In the Associated Press poll, Steve Dembickie as offensive and defensive tackle, Mike Derickson as offensive fullback and defen- sive linebacker, and Jeff Stroman as offensive halfback and defen- sive safety, earned all state honorable mention. V OT 226 llii» " " i „ ' ' ill i||iiiiilll||iiill|!i,i,,.|,iii|ii„| Garrett executes quarterback run-pass option near the goal. Instant Replays of the Highlights DEKALB 4 m LEFT: Coaches instruct the defense during half-time of the DeKalb game. VARSITY SCHEDULE (Jamboree) Garrett 32 Opp. Garrett 23 ... . BelLmont 9 Garrett 41 . . . East Noble Garrett 52 Bluffton 7 Garrett 24 Angola 8 Garrett 46 ... . Concordia 12 Garrett 26 DeKalb Garrett 14 . . South Adams 7 Garrett 22 ... . Columbia City 8 Mike Derickson blasts through the defensive line for a touchdown. i Tim Thrush fights for extra yardage against the Bellmont Brave The end sweep proved successful as dis- played by Tom Thrush against DeKalb. Railroaders Stretch Victories to 17 BELOW: Quarterback, Rick Chamberlin, pivots as he fakes the ball to fullback Mike Derickson. Garrett Wraps Up Winning Season Trailing Bellmont 9--0 at the end of the third quarter, Garrett had to " get it together " for a victory . In the final quarter, Mike De- rickson scored from the one yard line, and Rick Chaniberlin ran 51 yards for six points late in that quarter . . . Garrett trounced East Noble as the defense held the Knights scoreless. Tina Thrush scored three touchdowns, one on a 51 yard pass interception . . . While attempting a point after in the victory over Bluff ton, Tim Thrush suffered a knee injury and was lost for the season . . . After a slow start, Garrett ' s defense was able to stop Angola four successive times on the Railroader one yard line . . . Jeff Stro- man took the ball on a 96 yard pass play and raced for a TD dur- ing the Concordia game . Tom Thrush battled for 18 points . . . Rival DeKalb was shellacked as Don Clark blocked a punt which was picked up and taken in by the Railroader ' s Steve Dembickie. In the game, Tom Thrush took the ball from Brad Kinsey, who was in for injured quarterback Rick Chamberlin, and rushed 52 yards for a TD , . , Fumbles, penalties, and bad punts plagued Garrett in the victory over South Adams . . . Garrett clashed with Col- umbia City, previously unbeaten in conference play, and remained victorious as the Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference title holders . Dan Maurer discusses follow-up play, Team drills in the lineman ' s shute The Railroader ' s defensive team downs Bluffton player during the Jamboree at Angola. Reserves Triumph Over East Noble to End Season Junior Varsity Football team: FRONT ROW--Bob Christlieb, Dennis Anderson, Mike Andrews, Frank Caprino, Rich Hathaway. SEC- OND ROW ---Tom Wiley, Ron Koch, Brent Steigmeyer, Greg Shippy, Don DeGrasse. THIRD ROW--Dave Lash, Rex Johnson, Randy Michael, Greg Steward, Dave Derickson. Previously undefeated East Noble fell to Garrett, estab- lishing the Handcar ' s final 5--3 record. . . An intercepted pass and fumbling caused Garrett ' s downfall against New Haven . . . GHS Reserves, recover- ing four fumbles, wallopped Easts ide . . . The defensive team shut out Angola twice for Garrett ' s fourth win against three losses . . . Columbia City derailed the Handcars in a game plagued with Garrett mis- takes . . . JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE Garrett 46 Garrett 16 Garrett Garrett 12 Garrett Garrett 12 Garrett 12 New Haven .... 28 Eastside DeKalb 6 Carroll 7 Angola Columbia City . . 22 Angola East Noble .... LEFT: Greg Steward stretches for an in- terception against the Angola Hornets. FRONT ROW-- Steve Houser, manager, Joe Holbrook, Gary Parker, Walt Goldsberry, Steve Zeider, Rob Wainscott, Mike Hoffer- man, Dave Claxton, Dave Spicer. SECOND ROW-- Coach Mr. Weimer, Mark Barcus, Kim Nixon, Cliris Koble, Chuck Hathaway, Larry Yarian, Tom Kleeman, Randy Miller, Paul Surfus, Denny Costin, Mike Esselburn, Wayne Rowe, manager. THIRD ROW-- Frank Selke, Frank Shoener, Phil Isham, Randy Worden, Dirk Smurr, Mike Walton, Tony Blomeke, Kevin Derrow, Steve Kelham, Frosh Gain ' Sweet Revenge ' Against East Noble An intercepted pass highlighted the opening season victory over Bishop Luers . . . Runs of 57 and 50 yards and a 70 yard pass play posted three victories over the Hornets . . . The Fresh- men squad edged Columbia City with a score from the 15 yard line . . , Garrett overcame the rival DeKalb Barons with a ground gain . , . Homestead trounced the Railroaders in an injury -riddled game ... By the margin of a safety, Garrett achieved ' sweet revenge ' as the season concluded with the de- feat of the East Noble Knights . Frosh defense traps Columbia City on the 30 yard line. I HP H RIGHT: Head Coach Weimer and Coach Crist survey the strength of the team. H H 9 B HHF. 4 ' H H aya- M aPI B BH -t m J jjjjHiir wiiH FRESHMEN SCHEDULE GHS 20 . Bishop Luers 6 GHS 52 . . . Angola 24 GHS 6 . . . Columbia City GHS 26 . . . . Angola 8 GHS 34 . . . .DeKalb 8 GHS 26 . . . . Angola GHS 6 . . Homestead 20 GHS 10 . . East Noble 8 Junior High Accumulate Identical 0—2—2 Records Eighth Grade football team: FRONT ROW--Lynn Jeffery, Gary Shippy, Steve Walton, David High, Dan Kinsey, Kevin Custer, John Baker, Steve Talley, John Hammond, Larry Zecca, Scott Kimmel. SECOND ROW--Dean Bruns, Merle Steller, Mark Pfefferkom, Jeff Emenhiser, Steve Tarlton, Curt Anderson, Kim Swander, Mark Andrews, Larry Knapp, Dan Feagler. THIRD ROW--Zane Ger- ber, Mark Andrews, Kent Andrews, Jack Smurr, Bill Tittle, Mark Zimmerman, Bob Kruger, Mike Howard, Jim Ashenfelter. The image of yourself in full pads, the sound of cleats on the pavement, the grassless prac- tice field, the mud puddles, the workouts, the heavy air in the locker room, the feeling of having executed a play per- fectly, but the coach didn ' t see, the excitement of competition --all of these memories were formed by the Jr . High football teams for the first time as they battled through the season ac- cumulating identical 0--2--2 records . 7th GRADE SCHEDULE GHS . . . . Angola GHS 8 . . . Mcintosh 12 GHS 0. . Kendallville 22 GHS . . . Columbia City 8th GRADE SCHEDULE GHS . . . . Angola GHS 8. . . Mcintosh 12 GHS 0. . Kendallville 20 GHS . . . Columbia City Seventh Grade football team: FRONT ROW--Mark Feagler, Bill Cody, Bob Ewing, Lon Fritz, Tim Hathaway, Tim LouGenhiser, Steven High, Steve Hathaway, Kirk Schurr, Howard Smith, Dan Hippensteel, Larry Daley. SECOND ROW- -Tim Smith, Mitch Mc- Fann, Tim Wilcox, Dick Christlieb, Mike Kleeman, Pete Wade, Dale Martin, Gary McPheeters, Mike Esselburn, Tom Smurr, Joe Harmon, Kevin Hull, Jeff Kleeman, Dennis Norris, Roger Creager, Darrel Campbell. Lack of Personnel Cripples Team; Spirit Runs High V,v » FRONT RO ' W--Frank Armstrong, Ray Placencia, Tim Wheeler. SECOND ROW- Coach Mr. Ewing, Mark Ellert, Ted Kees, Tom Selke, Steve Runion. The cross-country team paced an average of 12 miles each practice session in preparation for competition . The eight member squad ended the season with five wins and nine losses . The team placed eighth in the NEIAC. In the Fort Wayne Sectional at Shoaff Park, Garrett finished 19. The greens of the golf course at Garrett provided the locality for home meets . Half- time of the Angola football game had harriers rounding the cinder track and finishing on the mid -field stripe. p CROSS -COUNTRY SCHEDULE GHS 42 . . . East Noble 19 GHS 32 . . West Noble 24 GHS 43 . . B. Dwenger 19 GHS 45 . . , .B. Luers 18 GHS 50 . . . . . DeKalb 15 GHS 32 . . . . . Angola 46 Eastside 43 GHS 65 . . Lakeland 56 Prairie Hts . 23 Angola 93 GHS 24 . . . . . Angola 35 GHS 59 . . . Lakeland 49 Col. City 22 GHS 21 . . • . Eastside 38 In the final moments, Placencia conserves energy in a grueling cross-country meet. FRONT ROW-- Tom Miller, Steve Runion, Rick Chamberlin. SECOND ROW--Mike Derickson, Mark Wilcox, Jeff Stroman, Greg Steward, Brad Kinsey. THIRD ROW--Head Coach Mr. Weimer, Tom Blotkamp, Clark Lepley, Ted Kees, Ron Kock, Manager, As- sistant Coach Mr. Crist. Not Shown: Frank Caprino, Statistician. The Railroad to Victory Is Sparked by the Fuel of Desire Consolidations have caused the strength of small schools to be pitted against the combined strength of many others . Going into a tourney, many fans as- sume that the single small school has no chance of win- ning. This fact, their up-and- down seasonal record, and their defeats in seasonal play by op- ponents in the tourney, hindered the Railroaders ' chances in the minds of the people, as the fa- vorites in the Sectional, Re- gional, and Semi -State . Helping to prove that strength does not always lie in numbers , Garrett combined skill, sportsmanship, teamwork, and enthusiasm to defeat many larger schools and move into the coveted ranks of the " Sweet 16 " in Indiana Bas- ketball competition . Co- Captains Jeff Stroman and Tom Mil- ler display this year ' s sectional addition to the trophy case. VARSITY SCHEDULE 1 GHS 91 Fremont 44 GHS 55 C. Noble 74 GHS 57 E. Noble 65 GHS 70 DeKalb 60 GHS 70 South Adams 54 GHS 50 Carroll 49, 70 j 561 GHS 69 B. Dwenger GHS 84 Bluffton GHS 81 Angola 39 GHS 63 E . Noble 91 GHS 83 Col. City 65 GHS 81 Lakeland 63 GHS 64 Concordia 66 GHS 63 Snider 88 GHS 71 Eastside 77 GHS 89 Bellmont 75 GHS 59 Norwell 67 GHS 80 Angola 51 GHS 61 Churubusco 72 GHS 78 Hamilton 67 GHS 93 P. Heights 53 GHS 80 DeKalb 64 GHS 80 Eastside 67 GHS 76 Fairfield 75 GHS 71 Elmhurst 60 GHS 59 Anderson Hgts . 75 Railroaders Struggle Through Inconsistent Season A resounding opening season victory over Fremont got the Railroaders off on the right track . . . Central Noble out- scored Garrett 28 to 12 in the last quarter to take the second game . East Noble came from behind to win in front of Gar- rett ' s largest hometown crowd . . . Greg Steward ' s tip -in gave Garrett a one -point vic- tory over previously unbeaten Carroll, but Bishop Dwenger downed the Railroaders when Garrett committed three con- secutive errors in the last few minutes . . . Garrett bombed Bluffton by shooting 46% from the field , . . Domination of the backboards paved the way for the victories over Columbia City and Lake- land . . . The Cadets shad ed the Railroaders with a basket in the last 13 seconds of the game. . . Ball -handling errors cost Garrett wins over Snider and Eastside . . . Garrett sparked in the second half to defeat Angola ... In the final game of the season, Garrett donned new royal blue warmup suits with red and white stripes and battled with sure rebound- ing to defeat Hamilton . for 11—9 Record Brad Kinsey recovers the ball during the Mike Derickson goes high in the air to game against Hamilton. block a shot against the Marines. Shooting one-handed shot against Lake- land is Rick Chamberlin. LEFT: Jeff Stroman awaits Moose Miller as he brings the ball down court. Lepley snaps rebound above the heads of Steward andEastside ' s Rosenbury in Sec- tional Finals at DeKalb. Railroaders Snare Regional Title Screaming sirens and jubilant fans welcomed the Railroaders home from their first Sectional victory since 1966. The first night of play, Garrett triumphed over Prairie Heights . In the semi- finals, Garrett walloped DeKalb 80- -64 with an aggressive of- fense and tight defense, while Eastside ousted Hamilton 84- -64, earning the right to tangle with the Railroaders in the final game. Eastside had beaten Garrett earlier in the season, but the Rail- roaders came back shooting 42%. Garrett out -rebounded Eastside 31 --26 and only five turnovers. This netted the Sectional title for the Railroaders, and put them in contention for the Re- gional crown. Going into the afternoon game with a height disadvantage against Fairfield, Garrett came through with a victory. Jeff Stroman ' s last second basket sent the team into the evening game, where they defeated Flmhurst 71 --60 to take the Regional crown. More than 70 cars, firetrucks, and three fan busses welcomed the victorious Railroaders home . Outsized, the Railroaders fell to the Madison Heights Pirates 75- -59, in the afternoon game. The positioning of Garrett under the nets to overcome the height factor worked for three quarters as the score read 1-7--43, Anderson. However, the strain of the height and a zone press led to Garrett ' s downfall. FRONT ROW— Head Coach Mr. Weimer, Rick Chamberlin, Jeff Stroman, Stan Kin- sey, Tom Miller, Greg Steward, Brad Kinsey, Mike Derickson. SECOND ROW — Tom Blotkamp, Steve Runion, Clark Lepley, Mark Wilcox, Ted Kees, Ron Knock- -Manager, Dan Miller, Tom Wiley, Frank Caprino, Statistician, Assistant Coach Mr. Crist, Ath- letic Director Mr. Bateman. RIGHT: Mike Derickson drives on Brook- ins in the game against Fairfield. All hopes to become one of the " Fabulous Four " vanish JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE Garrett 50 . . Freemont 19 Garrett 52 . . Central Noble 36 Garrett 46 . . East Noble 55 Garrett 53 . . DeKalb 37 Garrett 51 . . South Adams 40 Garrett 55 . . Carroll 71 Garrett 66 . . Bishop Dwenger 36 Garrett 42 . . Bluffton 59 Garrett 42 . . Kokomo 47 Garrett 59 . . Lafayette Jeff. 58 Garrett 51 . . Columbia City 56 Garrett 39 . . Lakeland 34 Garrett 33 . . Concordia 48 Garrett 32 . . Snider 62 Garrett 73 . . Easts ide 40 Garrett 49 . . Bellmont 42 Garrett 56 . . Norwell 50 Garrett 47 . . Angola 42 Garrett 60 . . Churubusco 34 Garrett 62 . . Hamilton 31 J. V. Defeat Lafayette Jefferson The Junior Varsity basketball team, coached by Mr. Thomas Crist, compiled a 13- -9 season record . The Handcars started off the year by winning four of their first five games, but the team bogged down during the middle of the season as they dropped eight of the next nine . Approaching the end of the year , the boys were able to work at defeating the last six opponents including Norwell in an over- time. The Handcars came in third at the Reserve Tourna- ment at Kokomo by defeating Lafayette Jefferson in the mom - ing. Stan Kinsey drives for a lay-up in the Reserve game against DeKalb. FRONT ROW--Tim Wheeler, Greg Shippy, Rich Hathaway. SECOND ROW--Dan Miller, Stan Kinsey, Lon Grubb, Mark Michael, Randy Surface. THIRD ROW--Coach Mr. Crist, Dave Lash, Kevin Knapp, Mark Ellert, Tom Wiley, Manager. FRONT ROW--Randy Miller, Denny Costin, Kim Nixon, Mike Esselburn, Ray Placencia. SECOND ROW— Rob Wainscott, Mark Barcus, Wayne Rowe, Frank Shoener, Kevin Derrow, Bruce Smith, Steve Houser. THIRD ROW--Coach Mr. Hutton, Kim Shumway, Steve Kelham, Mike Walton, Randy Worden, TonyBlomeke, Tom Kleeman, Paul Surfus. Freshmen B-Ball Team Captures Angola Tourney FRESHMEN SCHEDULE Garrett 49 Eastside 25 Garrett 59 Angola 55 Garrett 50 Central Noble 38 Garrett 40 . • Kendallville 53 Garrett 52 • . Bishop Luers 51 Garrett 37 • . C. Catholic 38 Garrett 46 • • Churubusco 44 Garrett 43 ... . Columbia City 45 Garrett 42 DeKalb 46 Garrett 26 Angola 24 Garrett 55 DeKalb 31 Garrett 37 ■ . Kendallville 34 Garrett 66 . . . Concordia 80 Garrett 47 DeKalb 36 Garrett 47 Eastside 34 Garrett 44 Carroll 35 Garrett 45 Angola 44 Garrett 40 . . . Rome City 37 Garrett 55 . . . West Noble 53 Teamwork, practice, spirit, and an average shooting per- centage of 50 combined to en- able the Freshmen basketball team to compile al5--4 season record. The season ' s high -point oc- curred when Garrett captured the Angola Tournament by de- feating Angola and Eastside at Angola . LEFT: The Freshmen squad stands ready to retrieve a tip. Putters Tee Off 11-10 Season GOLF SCHEDULE Garrett 217 . . . C. Noble 233 Garrett 193 . . . .N. Side 197 Garrett 199 . . . . Angola 205 Garrett 206 . • Concordia 203 Garrett 216 . . . E. Noble 204 Garrett 196 . New Haven 210 Garrett 199 . . . . S. Side 217 Garrett 216 . . . .DeKalb 214 Garrett 188 . . .S. Adams 205 Garrett 200 . . . ElmhviTst 194 Garrett 183 . . Hamilton 171 Garrett 119 . . Hamilton 113 Garrett 225 . . . .DeKalb 220 Garrett 167 . . . . Angola 165 Garrett 204 . New Haven 217 Garrett 196 . . . E. Noble 185 Garrett 193 . Leo 221 Garrett 193 . . . . Carroll 205 Garrett 230 . . . . S. Side 221 Ten men responded to Coach Bateman ' s call to spring golf practice, including the top five players from 1970. The links men started by beat- ing both North Side and South Side as they compiled an early 5- -2 record ... A five man total of 188 established a new school record in a meet with South Adams, and a second in the 19 team Central Noble In- vitational gave each player a trophy . . . Garrett finished sixth in the conference meet at Angola, but Brad Kinsey placed fifth and Stan Kinsey twelfth, individually, to receive medals . . . the team finished with an 11--10 season to end Coach Bateman ' s last year as coach. FRONT ROW — Coach Mr. Bateman, Brad Kinsey, Sherm Lewis, Stan Kinsey, Lon Grubb, Ron Kock. Jeff Stroman finished 1st in the IHSAA track finals to become the third GHS athlete to net a 1st at State. At Indianapolis Jeff was clocked at 14 .4 . He placed 2nd in the regional with a 14 .2 to qualify for State . Carroll Relay Team FIRST ROW--Larry Myers, Mike Derickson, Jeff Stroman, Tim Thrush. SECOND ROW— Mark Ellert, Manager Steve Houser, Coach Mr. Ewing, Man- ager Jon Wilmot, Steve Rvmion. Jeff Stroman Goes to State Trackmen Triumph in Carroll Relays FRONT ROW--Manager Steve Houser, Mark Wilcox, Ray Placencia, Tim Wheeler, Tom Sellke, Jeff Stroman, Steve Runion, Larry Myers, Tom Blotkamp. SECOND ROW--Bob Redmond, Mike Derickson, Mike Walton, Randy Endsley, Mark EUert, Tim Thrush, Manager Jon Wilmont, Coach Mr. Ewing. THIRD ROW — Dave Derickson, Rob Wilcox, Dick Barry, Frank SeUke, Joe Hol- brook, Steve Zeider, Gary Krider, Tony Blomeke. BELOW: " Big Bob " displays drive, de- termination, and power. TRACK SCHEDULE Garrett 29 . . East Noble 80 Garrett SO . . . . Eastside Leo 87 11 Garrett 28 . . Concordia 72 Garrett 73 . . . . Angola 45 Garrett 36 . . . . DeKalb 82 Garrett 79 . . . . Angola 39 Garrett 45 . . . Columbia City 73 Garrett 64 . . Homestead 44 The track team snared the Carroll Relays while defeating four teams during the regular season . . . In a triple meet, Leo beat Garrett, but the Rail- roaders came out victorious over Eastside . . . The track team placed eighth in the North Side Relays and third at Goshen . . . A victory over Homestead ended the season for the track- men, who will have six return- ing lettermen next year . Railroaders FRONT ROW — Manager Leslie DePew, Mark Barcus, Mike Esselbum, Randy Miller, Mark Andrews, Manager Paul Surfus. SECOND ROW--Randy Worden, Wayne Rowe, Tom Hullinger, Tom Miller, Dennis Smith, Ken Cutler, Bill Howard. THIRD ROW--Steve Cobbs, Mark Michael, Greg Shippy, Dennis Dallas, Steve Mitchell, Randy Surfus, Coach Mr. Crist. Bring Home 8—11 Record Kenny Cutler tags third base on his way in for the score. RIGHT: Denny Dallas waits to bat. Garrett ' s baseball team fin- ished the season eighth in the NEIAC Conference. The team, composed of 15 underclassmen and two seniors, started off the year with the defeat of East Noble . . . The boys dropped a double-header to Lakeland, but came out victorious against Angola, the number two team in the conference . . . Although Garrett had runners on base in every inning, the Railroaders were unable to beat Eastside in sectional play . This established an 8 --11 season record for the baseball team . BASEBALL SCHEDULE Garrett 6 East Noble Garrett 3 Lakeland Garrett 6 Lakeland Garrett 6 Angola Garrett . . . . South Adams Garrett DeKalb Garrett Bellmont Garrett 1 . . . . Prairie Hts. Garrett 4 Snider Garrett 8 Snider Garrett 2 Angola Garrett 7 Concordia Garrett 4 North Side Garrett 6 North Side Garrett 1 East Noble Garrett 4 Columbia City Garrett Bluffton Garrett 4 j g Haven Garrett Eastside Throughout the sports seasons , Seniors, Connie Rapp, captain; Deb Neukom; and Cathy Mcin- tosh; and Junior, Sheila Lillie, promoted pep and enthusiasm in students and adults . Other ac - tivities were sending " Wel- come " cards to the cheer- leaders of the opposing teams and treating them to cokes at half-time. During the football season, they decorated the goal posts and led the victory line at the games . The girls also held pizza parties for the bas - ketball team during sectional and regional competition. The cheerleaders raised money by sponsoring the annual Christ- mas Dance and selling candy. Profits were used to buy Varsity cheerleading jackets and cou- lottes . LEFT: Reserve cheerleaders are Teri Buckles, Yogi Picklesimer, and Renee Shuff. GARRETT Practice, Pep, Smiles Rally Spirit Performing with the guys are cheerleaders Cathy Mcintosh, Deb Neukom, Sheila Lil- lie, and Connie Rapp. Substituting for the sick or disabled are Varsity and JV alternates Becky Weller and Marilyn Mavity. Cheering for the freshmen are Rena Engelhard, Marilyn Miller, and Kathy Quince in new navy and white uniforms. RIGHT: Eighth grade cheerleaders are Maureen Moran, Debbie Bradley, and Sheila King. In a break of tradition, Yogi Picklesimer, a Freshman, was elected to the reserve cheer- leading squad, along with Freshman Terry Buckles and Renee Shuff . They not only led the cheering at all junior varsity games, but they also worked with the varsity cheerleaders on the school song, " Cheer Cheer, " and other yells. At times, they helped plan the pep sessions and skits. The re- serves raised money by aiding the varsity cheerleaders in selling candy . f I i Seventh grade cheerleaders are Debbie Wiley, Sandy Kruger, and Laura Crager. -Tp GO! W7N! From This Moment On . . . Faces progress and reced to form a crowd . A stranger waits to become a friend . Why must emotions be worn like masks? People portray many roles in the sea of life. Smiles and tears pierce the blur of the crowd. What role will be portrayed today? The stage is set. The curtain rises , And the play of life begins FROM THIS MOMENT ON . . I School Board: Mr. Charles Rowe, Mr. Glenn Jay, Mr. Gene Bartels, Mr. Maurice Chisholm, and Mr. Joseph McCorkel. Superintendent, Charles Puff, prepares the budget, develops the curricula, evaluates and hires teachers, and arranges transportation for students. Administration O.K s Dress Code Sem. Graduation, Voc. Growth Although perhaps, tiiey were seldom seen, the Administra- tion planned and carried out many phases of daily school life, not only at Garrett High School, but also at the J. E. Ober School . Coordinating class schedules, aiding teachers, representing GHS, and leading " locomotive fight " at pep sessions are some of the jobs of Principal Robert Wainscott. Mr. Willis Pullins, Assistant Principal, advises Student Council and works with disciplinary problems. Jacks-of-all-Trades Work in S. Hall, Office, Library Answering the telephone and taking dictation, along with countless other jobs, consumed the time of Mrs. Casey. Another office member, Mrs. Ludban, kept the school ' s fi- nances balanced . Several girls volunteered to help in the of- fice . They checked attendance, delivered messages, and filed cards. In the library, other girls checked books and took care of the passes . imi}n Mrs. Hunter; Study Hall Monitor. Mrs. Reynolds; Health Occupations. Mrs. Sweeney; Librarian, gather in the library. Mrs. Casey and Mrs. Ludban discuss the day ' s itinerary before beginning to work. Assisting in the library are Melinda Carper, Janice McCorkel, and Pat Russell. Office aids: Cathy Custer, Lisa Johnson, Mila Ballentine, Suzy Lewis, Deb McCullough, Mary Baker. These girls are in the office all of the time. Mrs. Clabaugh, Voc. Sec, talks to DE employer. Mind Benders Are Caught in the Act r " By and large " , Mr. Virgil Finchum in- structs classes in Economics, Psychology and Civics. Mr. Lester McCartney teaches Related DE and in the Business Department. Mrs. Lynn Yoder, American Literature, Senior Composition, and Journalism teacher, rests from grading papers. Mr. Robert C. Harman, Audio Visual Co- ordinator, instructs World History and Health. BELOW: Mrs, Carol Schlabach; Home- making and Health. Mr. John Hutton, art instructor, paints the trophy balls from this years teams. Teachers Mingle; Meet New Faces LEFT: Mr. John Bockman; Music, Chorus, Business English, English II. Mr. Alan Hunter, Chemistry I G II teacher, prepares a solution for lab. L RIGHT: " Latin lives, " preaches Mrs. Elizabeth L. Love, Latin teacher. Comingto Garrett in 1936, Mr. Parks taught U .S . History to Juniors for 35 years . He coached football, basketball, and track for 15 years, and also served for 13 years as athletic director. Mr. Parks has also been active in Girl Scouts, giv- ing many years of service . In scouting, he is a member of the board, on the awards commit- tee, and waterfront director. This year, he published his ex- periences in THE GIRL SCOUT MAN. RIGHT: Mr. Seltenright; English, Cadette Teaching, Psych. Mr. RoUa R. Fergison instructs Machine Technology and Automotive Mechanics. Cam Parks Retires; Writes Book Teachers Befriend, Instruct, Aid Students; Gain Experience Miss Sarah Jean Eldridge, who teaches Typing I and Shorthand I II, reviews ' brief forms ' . I Mrs. Margaret VanLeuven pauses during her free period to plan tomorrow ' s lesson for the Freshman English classes. LEFT: Mr. Robert Ewing, Drafting teacher, discusses plans for the snow- mobile and catamaran projects. f Teachers Strive To Bridge Education Gap Miss Shirley Haynes quizzes her students in U.S. History and Spanish. Mr. Cleo Miller, Biology I G II, concen- trates on grading test papers. RIGHT: Mrs. Jean Lewis and Mrs. Pat Kinsey, study hall supervisors, discuss class strategy. BELOW: Mr. Richard Capin: Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trig. -Anal. Geom- etry, and Physics. Mr. Roger Weimer, Health, Orientation, and Guidance Counselor, relaxes after a pep session, during the basketball season. Hall Duty, Detention, Class Sponsor— Teacher Extras IVfrs. Jane Doss; Business Lab, Business Machines and General Business. Mrs. Barbara Olin, Family Living, Home Economics, and Health instructor, checks the seams of a dress. p. J. Bateman Retires After 40 Years of Service Mr . Paul J . Bateman retired after 40 years at GHS . He served as athletic director for the past 25 years, and in 1955, he restarted the golf team. The Paul J . Bateman Gymnasium, dedicated in 1970, was named in his honor . He held positions of assistant coach of football, basketball and track. Mr. Bate- man officiated basketball for 25 years including 14 years on the regional level, 10 years on the semi -state level, and one year at state competition. He taught biology and continued to teach agriculture at Garrett . He was affectionately known and remembered as " Fuzzy " . Miss L. Lewis, Guidance Counselor, aids Pam Cutler. Ht ¥ Mr. Harold Nelson; Electricity, General Woodwork, and Advanced Woodwork. RIGHT: Mrs. Dorothy Pence, English, Speech, and Novelty, analyzes " Hamlet " . As Vocational Director, Mr. McFann compiles files and folders of information. Miss Fredina Crowe and Mr. Thomas Crist; Physical Education Former GHS Principal Resigns Mr. Larry Stomm, who teaches Bookkeep- ing, Bus. Law, and Typing, takes inven- tory for the Bookstore. Mr . John E . Flora served as assistant coach of football and basketball and taught math and physics his first 10 years at GHS. In 1947, he became prin- cipal , For several years Mr . Flora managed the Sectional Tourney and served as secre- tary for che NEIAC . In 1957, he asked to be transferred back to teaching math. Mr. Flora held the position of the first and only chairman of the Math De- partment when he retired in 1971. Jr. High Teachers Spark Enthusiasm Drivers Bus; Janitors Clean; Cooks Concoct Through the chill of the morn- ing and the heat of mid -after- noon, our bus drivers trans- ported hundreds of GHS stu- dents to and from school . . . In the busy noon day hours, 16 cooks assembled and prepared both tray lunches and ala -carte selections . . . After both teachers and students had gone their separate ways, janitors swept halls, classrooms, and our new gym in preparation of the new day to come . Un ' ||| t k I ' ,_ »■ . r- ifi 1 Jeff McClure, janitor, stops for a break. Doing the dirty work are: Mr. A. Grogg, Mr. Scheurich, Mr. Grogg, Mr. Robke, Mr. Blomeke, Mr. Wilmot, Mr. Heitz, Mr. E. Heitz, Mr. Freemon, .Mr. Dove, Mr. Weller. «|«|f 9 9 9 Preparing and serving meals are: FRONT ROW-- Mrs. Kleeman, Mrs. Vice, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Hollis, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Englert, Mrs. Bixler. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Tooman, Mrs. Kolbe, Mrs. Thrush, Mrs. Dembickie, .Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Trainer. Our bus drivers are: Mr. Weller, Mr. Grogg, Mr. Custer, .Mr. Clark, Mr. Blomeke, Mr. Smith, Mr. M. Weller, .Mr. Scheurich, Mr. Dove, Mr. Sutton, Mr. Freemon. i , 4fe KEDRIC JOSEPH CHAMBERLIN --PRES. Acad.; Class Sec. 1, Pres. 2-4; Jr. Hi-Y 1; Treas. 2; NHS 4; L- men Club, V- Pres. 4; Track 1,2; B-Ball 1-4; Letter 3,4; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 3,4; Sr. Play Cast MICHAEL EDWARD DERICKSON-- V-PRES. Acad.; Class V-Pres. 2-4; Track 1-4, Letter 1-4; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 2-4; B-Ball 1-4, Letter 2-4; L-men Club 4. MARY KAY CLARK— SEC. Acad.; Miss Garrett; Aeolian Bus. Mgr. 4; Blue-Tri. 1,2; NHS 3, Sec. 4; Lat. Club 1,2; Pep Club 1-4; GAA 1,3, Sec. 4; Choir 3,4; Thesp. 4; FTA 3; Gym. Club 4; Sr. Play Cast STEVEN JAMES DEMBICKIE-- TREAS. Gen.; Class Treas. 2; Pep Club 2,4; L-men Club, Pres. 4; Track 1,3,4, Letter 4, F-Ball 1-4, Let- ter 2-4; B-Ball 1. KAREN NAOMI HAYNES— CORR. SEC. Acad.; Class V-Pres. 1; Blue- Tri. 1, Pres. 2; Aeolian 4; NHS 3,4; Lat. Club 1,2; Choir 4; Thesp. 2,4; St. Council 2; Sr. Play Cast; Netherlands Exchange Student 3 Graduation ' 71 Organizing Senior activities were: Rick Chamberlin, Karen Haynes, Mike Der- ickson, Steve Dembickie, and Mary Kay Clark. Winning first prize in Council Capers with ' Candy land ' cli- inaxed our freshman year . With money earned fromconcessions and record hops , we presented the prom " To Rome With Love. " As seniors we worked to surpass the goal of raising $1, 100 for the yearbook. Tra- dition was broken as we pre- sented an evening of three one - act plays . Now, leaving high school, we are at the end of the beginning FROM THIS MO- MENT ON . . . To guide: Mr. Ewing, Miss Crowe, Mrs. Schlabach, Mss Haynes, and IVlr. Selten- right. DOUG ANDREWS ROJEANNE MELVENA APLIN Acad.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Choir 1,2; Lat. Club 1-3, Lane Col. Conv.; Soc. S. Club 4 BRUCE ALLEN BABBITT Gen.; Op. Club V-Pres. 1,2; M B 4; Aeolian MARY LOU BAKER Acad.; Band 1-4; Thesp. 2-4, V-Pres. 4; NHS 3,4; GAAl-4, V-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; FTA 3; Sr. Play Cast MILA BETH BALLENTINE Acad.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4; Lat. Club 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; GAA 1-4; Thesp. 4; Office Asst. 3,4; Sr. Play Cast RENEE CECILIA BAUGHMAN Gen.; FHA 1,2; ICE 1 BARBARA ANN BERGNER Gen.; Choir 1,2,4; VICA 4; ICE 4; HOE 4 DANIEL BRYON BONKOSKI Gen.; Voc. Mach. Shop 4 JUDY ANN BRINKERHOFF Gen.; FHA 1,2 We Visualize ' ' To Rome with Love ' ' PAUL RONALD BUCKLES Gen.;M B4; Aeolian 4; DE 4; North Side 4 KENNETH DOUGLAS BUNN Gen.; FFA 1-4; Pep Club 1 MICHAEL EDWIN BURNS Gen.; Class Treas. 3; Band 1,2; Club 3. Transferred from F-Ball 1; Soc. S. L DONALD JAY CLARK Gen.; L-men Club 4; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 3-4, B- Ball 1-2; Track 1-3, Letter 3 JERRY LYNN CLAXTON Gen.; Jr. Hi-Y 1-2; Voc. Dr. Club 4; VICA Pres. 4; L-men Club 4; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 2-4; B- Ball 1-4; Track 1-4, Letter 3; Sr. Play Cast STEVEN BRENT COBBS Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1, Pres. 2; St. Council 2; NHS 3-4; Sci. Club 3; L-men Club 4; B-Ball 1; Base- ball 3-4, Letter 3. DEANNA JO CORNELL Acad.; Aeolian 4; Y-Teens 3-4; Band 1-4; Span. Club 3-4; Sci. Club 3; FTA 4 SUZANNE MARIE CORNEWELL Gen.; Blue-Tri. 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; Choir 1-2; Speech Club 4; DE 4; Gym Club 4; Sr. Play Cast TIMOTHY JOHN COSTIN Ind. Arts; Pep Club 2-4; Gym Club 4; F-Ball 1; B-Ball 1 ' 71 Creates: ' Tree Bus Ride to a Shopping Center " , CATHY CUSTER Gen.; Blue-Tri. 2; Pep Club 1-4; GAA 4; Span. Club 3; FHA 2, Sec. 3 LINDA KAY CUSTER Acad.; Y-Teens 3; Blue-Tri. 1, V-Pres. 2; St. Council, 1, V-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; NHS 3-4; Lat. Club 1-2; M B4; Pep Club 1-4; DAR Good Citizen; Girl ' s State Del. PAMELA SUE CUTLER Gen.; Blue-Tri. 1; Pep Club 2-4; GAA 1; Band 1; Choir 1,3; OEA4 STAN DANNENBERG In detention hall Doug Andrews says, " The devil made me do it! " JEFFREY KENT DeLUCENAY Acad.; Pep Club 1 DALE A. DePEW Gen.; Thesp. 2; Speech Club 4 NORMAN FLAY DEUITCH Gen.; M B 3; Pep Club 1 MICHELLE LOUISE DEVENTER Gen.; GAA 1; Pep Club 1; Transferred from East Noble High School 3 LINDA LuELLEN DRIVER Gen.; Band 1-4; Transferred from Central High School 2; Choir 1; Gym. Club 1; Sci. Club 1; Soc. S. Club 1; Span. Club 1 JAMES PAUL DUGUID Acad.; Sci. Club 2,3, Treas. 2, Pres. 3; NHS 3,4; Lat. Club 1-3 ' ' Why Teachers Go Nuts ' ' , " No Greater Love " CFLAIG EBERHARD LYNN D. FRITZ Bus.; Pep Club 1; FFA 2,3; OEA V-Pres. 4; Op. Club 2 GERALD L. GARN Gen. J Voc. Auto Mech. ANNETTE JANE GEISER Acad.; Aeolian 4; Choir 4; Thesp. 2-4, ' -Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Lat. Club 1-4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; G Tn. Club V-Pres. 4; Speech Club 3 MARSTON GREENAWALT Gen.; OEA 4 CONNIE JO GRIFFIN Bus.; Aeolian4; GAA 4; Bus. Club 3; OEA Pres. 4; Pep Club 2,3; Sr. Play Cast DARLENE KAY HAMPSHIRE Bus.; GAA 2; Y- Teens 1; Transferred from Co- lumbia City Joint High School 3 RHONDA LUE HATHAWAY Bus.; VIC A 4; Pep Club 1-3; OEA 4; ICE Treas. 4 LAURA ELIZABETH HENDERSON Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y-Teens3; FTA 2-4; NHS 3,4; FHA 1-4, V-Pres. 3, Pres. 4 ' 71 Girls Win First Powder Puff Football Game 9—7 CAROL SUE HEUPEL Acad.; Ut. Club 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Speech Club 2 MICHAEL DENNIS HOCKADAY Acad.; Band 1-4 MATTHEW PAUL HOEFFEL Gen.; F-Ball 1,3,4, Letter 4; L-men Club 4 PATRICIA ANN HOUSEL Acad.; Aeolian 4; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; Lat. Club 1,2; GAA1,2; Band 1-4; Thesp. 2-4; Sci. Club 3; FHA 2-4; Sr. Play Cast JAMES VICTOR ISHAM Gen.; M B 3 REBECCA ANN JAY Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Lat. Club 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Speech Club 3; M B 3 LISA ANN JOHNSON Acad.; Aeolian 4; Jounr. Inst. 4; Blue Tri. 1,2 Y-Teens 3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; St. Council 3,4 NHS 3,4, V-Pres. 4; Lat. Club 2; Pep Club 1 Chldr. 1-3, Chldr. Wkshop. 2,3; Office Asst. 4 Girl ' s State Alt KARL KENNETH KEARNS, JR. Gen.; FFA 3,4 TEDDY CORDELL KEES Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 2; NHS 3,4, Treas. 4; B-Ball 1-4, Letter 3,4; Cross-C. 1-4, Letter 3,4; Golf 1-3; Op. Club 1-4, Pres. 2; L-men Club 4 As Freshmen, ' Candyland ' Tops in Council Capers BRADLEY JAMES KINSEY Acad.; Aeolian 4; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; M B 1,2; NHS 3,4, Pres. 4; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 3,4; B-Ball 1-4, Letter 4; Golf 1-4, Letter 1-4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Co.- Ch.; L-men Club 4; Boy ' s State Del.; Sr. Play Cast DEBRA LEA KLEEMAN Gen.; Aeolian 4; Blue Tri. 1; Pep Club 1-4; Choir 4; GAA 4; Span. Club 1-4, V-Pres. 4; Sr. Play Cast DIANE LYNN KOCK Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4, V-Pres. 4; St. Council 3,4; Lat. Club 1-3; Pep Club 1-4, Pres. 4; GAA 4; OEA Treas. 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Co.-Ch. MARY COLETTA KROCKER Gen.; Blue Tri. 2; Y- Teens 3; Lat. Club 1,2; Pep Club 1-3 KAREN SUE KUGLER Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; M B 3; Pep Club 1-3; OEA 4 ANGELIQUE KAY La TURNER Bus.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4; Aeolian 4; Pep Club 1-4; GAA 4; Span. Club 1-4, Sec. 3,4; OEA Sec. 4; Sr. Play Cast SUZANNE LEE LEWIS Acad.; Blue Tri. 1,2, Treas. 2; Y- Teens 3; St. Council 1,2; Lat. Club 1,2; Pep Club 1-4, V-Pres. 4; GAA 4; Choir 1; FTA 3; Sr. Play Cast CONSTANCE JOAN LEY Bus.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y- Teens 3,4, Treas. 4; NHS 4; Pep Club 1-4; OEA 4 BARRY NEIL LOUTZENHISER Voc; Pep Club 2-4; Op. Club 2 PAULA JEAN LOUTZENHISER Gen.; Aeolian 4; M B 4; Band 1-4 HARRY WAYNE LUNG Voc; Pep Club 1; Op. Club 1; G Tn. Club 4 DANIEL GERARD MAURER Acad.; FFA 3,4, Treas. 4; Pep Club 2,4; G tti Club 4; L-men Club 4; Op Club 2,3; Span. Club 1-3, Pres. 3; Choir 4; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 2-4, B- Ball 1; Baseball 1-4, Letter 3,4 MARGERETT MAURER CHRISTINE CAROLINE McCARTNEY Acad.; Band 1-4; HOE 4; VICA 4; Choir 1; Sr. Play Cast WAYNE JEFFERY McCLURE Gen.; VICA 4; Choir 1; Sr. Play Cast DEBORAH SUE McCULLOUGH Acad.; Blue Tri. 1; Lat. Club 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Choir 3,4; Soc. S. Club 3; Aeolian 4; M B 3 CATHY ANN McINTOSH Gen.; Aeolian 4; Y- Teens 4; Band 1-4; GAA. 4; Blue Tri. 1,2; Chldr. 2-4, Chldr. Wkshop. 3; Sr. Play Cast TERRY L. McNUTT Voc; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; VICA Treas. 4; St. Council 2; F-Ball 1; ICE 4 Senior Band Members Perform at Plays JACK STEVEN MITCHELL , Acad.; Gym. Club 4; L-men Club 4; F-Ball 2-4, Letter 4; Baseball 1-4, Letter 2-4; Sr. Play Cast MARSHA ELAINE MORTORFF Acad.; Choir 3; FTA 4; Aeolian 4; Pep Club 1-3; Span. Club 1-3; M B 4 COLLEENE MARIE IVIULDARY Acad.; Lat. Club 1,2; Sr. Play Cast REBBECCA ANNETTE MYERS Acad.; Aeolian4; Sr. Play Cast; Transferred from East Noble 4; Pep Club 2; Drill Team 2; Choir 2,3; Thesp. 2-4 LARRY E. MYERS Gen.; PepClub4; L-men Club 4; F-Ball 4, Letter 4; Track 2-4; Letter 2-4; Sr. Play Cast DEBRA KAY NEUKOM Gen.; Aeolian 4; Blue Tri. 2; St. Council 1; Lat. Club 2; GAA 4; Chldr. 1-4, Chldr. Wkshop. 2,3, Band 1-4 CINDY NODINE MARILYN MARIE NOLAN Gen.; Aeolian 4; M B 4; Gym. Club 4; Band 1 BARRY ALAN PARKER Gen.; Band 1-4 STANLEY KEVIN PENCE Gen.; Pep Club 2; Op. Club 2 CHERYL ANN PETERS Acad.; GAA 1-4, Treas. 4; Band 1-4; FTA 1-3 JOHN FREDERICK PETERS Gen. 17 Straight Football Victories DALE LYNN PFEIFFER Ind. Arts; FFA 2-4; Voc. Dr. Club 3,4; Op. Club 1; VICA 3,4; Pep Club 2; F-Ball Mgr.; Golf 2-4 PAMELA LYNETT PLATNER Acad.; Blue Tri. 2; M B 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Band 1; Span. Club 1,2; Soc. S. Club 2,3 SUSAN MARIE POLING Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Pep Club 1-3; Choir 1; Span. Club 1-3; FHA 1; Soc. S. Club 3 SUSI PUFF Acad.; Lat. Club 2-4; New Or- leans Wkshop. 2; M B 3,4; Pep Club 2-4; Thesp. 2-4; Speech Club 3; DE 4; Class Treas. 2; St. Council 2,3; NHS 3,4 Senior, Dave Creager, a late transfer stu- dent from Chicago, refreshes after a visit to Lilly ' s. DeKalb County Crowns Garrett Senior Queen CONNIE SUE RAPP Gen.; Aeolian 4; Miss DeKalb Co.; Class Sec. 3; Blue Tri. 1,2, Sec. 2; Span. Club 1; Soc. S. Club 3; Chldr. 1-4, Chldr. Wkshop. 1-3; Sr. Play Cast ROBERT ALAN REDMOND Ind. Arts; F-Ball 1,3,4, Letter 4; Track 2,4; Pep Club 2,3; L-men Club 4 CARSON REINOEHL DON ALDEN REINOEHL Voc; Pep Club 2; DE4 RICHARD REINOEHL ROGER LEROY REINOEHL Ind. Arts; Voc. Dr. Club 3; VICA 3 KENNETH EUGENE ROBERTS Gen.; F-Ball Mgr. 2-4; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Lat. Club 1; Pep Club 2; Thesp. 2-4, Treas. 4 KENNETH NEI L ROEBEL Gen.; Voc. Dr. Club 3,4; VICA 3,4; Band 1,2 DEBBIE ANN ROOSE Bus.; Transferred from Eastside High School J OLA JEAN ROWE Bus.; Aeolian 4; Lat. Club 1,2; Band 1-4; OEA 4; Sr. Play Cast STEPHEN RICKY RUNION Gen.; B-Ball 1-4; Track 2-4; Letter 4; Cross-C. 3,4, Letter 3,4; FFA 1; L-men Club 4; Op. Club 1 PATRICIA ANN RUSSELL Bus.; Choir 1,3,4; FTA 2-4 MICHAEL JAY SAFFEN Gen.;F-Ball 1,3,4, Letter 4; Choir 4; Pep Club 2; L-men Club 4; St. Council 4 ELLSWORTH DEAN SAXER Gen.; B-Ball 1; F-Ball 1,2,4, Letter 4; Pep Club 2; L-men Club 4; DE Pres. 4 VALDA MAYANN SCHEURICH Acad.i Aeolian 4; Blue Tri. 1; Ut. Club l-4i Pep Club 1-3; Soc. St. Club 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Spring Mill Wkshop. DAVID LAWAYNE SEBRING Gen.; FFA 3,4 PHYLLIS LETA SHEPHERD Bus.; GAA 2; FHA 1,2; Choir 1-3; Band 1,2; DE 4; Transferred from Fairview soph, year MARY LOUISE SIMON Gen.; Choir 1-4 STEVE WAYNE SMELTZER Gen.; FFA 1-4; Band 1-4 BERNARD MORRIS SMITH Ind. Arts; Track 1; F-Ball 1,2; Voc. Dr. Club 3; VICA 3; St. Council 3,4 DENISE ROSANN SMITH Bus.; Aeolian 4; Blue Tri. 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; Pep Club 1-4; St. Council 4; GAA 1,4; Choir 1 Senior Class Donates $1,100 to ' 71 Aeolian FREDERICK LEE SMITH Voc; Wt. Club 2; DE Treas. 4; Op. Club Sec. 2 MARY LOU SMITH Home Ec; Choir 4; ICE 4; MCA 4; HOE 4; FHA 1 2 CHERYL LEIGH SNYDER Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; Band 1,2; Choir 1-4; FHA 1,2; DE4 Seniors and Juniors Invade Pokagon for Picnic MARY JO SOMERS Bus.; Pep Club 3; Soc. S. Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Trans- ferred from Central Catholic 1 GLENN WILLIAM STEIGMEYER Acad.; Aeolian4; Lat. Club 2-4; MSB 3; Pep Club 2; Op. Club 3; Gym. Club 4; Photography Wkshop. 4; Sci. Club 3 LINDA LOU STELLER Gen.; VICA 3,4; FHA 1; ICE Sec. 3,4 VICKIE LOU SUTTON Horn. Ec.;VlCA4; Choir 4; FHA 1,2; ICE 4; HOE 4 JOHN TARLTON GERALD E. TEDERS Ind. Arts; Jr. Hi-Y 1; VICA 3,4; ICE 3,4 MAX JOSEPH TEDERS Acad.; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Ut. Club 1-3, Treas. 2 ALLEN ASA THORNE Acad.; Lat. Club 2,3; Thesp. 4; Sci. Club 2,3; Band 1-4 THOMAS E. THRUSH Gen.; F-Ball 1-4, Letter 3,4; Track 1-4, Letter 3,4; B-Ball 1,2; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2, V-Pres. 2; Voc. Dr. Club 3; VICA 3; L-men Club 4 CHERI LYNN TURNER Bus.; Y- Teens 3; NHS 4; M B 4; OEA 4; FHA 1-3, Sec. -treas. 3 CHRISTIANE GERTRUD OTTILIE ELIZABETH VOIT Voc; VICA 4; St. Council 4; NHS 4; Band 4; ICE 4; Exchange student from Munich Germany MAX ALLAN WALLACE Ind. Arts; Band 2; Track 2; F-Ball Mgr. 1 Seniors assemble for briefing of Air Force Aptitude Test in old girls gym. The End of the Beginning From This Moment On . . JOHN MARK WILCOX Acad.;F-Ball 1-4, Letter3,4; Track 1-4, Letter 3,4; B-Ball 1-4, Letter 4; Aeolian 4; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2, Sec. 2; L-menClubSec.-treas. 4; Boy ' s State Del.; Sr. Play Cast JON ALAN WILMOT Gen.; Band 1-4; VICA 4; OEA 4; Bus. Club 1,2; ICE 4 STEVEN WAYNE WILMOT Acad.; Lat. Club 1-3; M B 3,4; Soc . S. Club 3,4, V-Pres. 4; NHS 4; Sr. Play Cast GERALD EDISON WINEBRENNER Acad.; Sci. Club 1,2; NHS 4 LESLIE ANN WISE Acad.; Aeolian Ed. 4; Blue Tri. 1; NHS 4; Lat. Club 1-3, Pres. 3; M B 3; Pep Club 1; Chldr. 1-3, Chldr. Wkshop. 2,3; GAA 4; FTA 3; Gym. Club Treas. 4; F-Ball Queen; Sr. Play Cast; Journ. Inst. 2nd JOANN WORMAN Gen.; Blue Tri. 1,2; St. Council 1,3; PepClub 1-4; Choir 4; Thesp. 1-4, Sec. -treas. 3, Sec. 4; Span. Club 3,4 LfliRK EDWARD ZMYSLONY Acad.; F-Ball 1,2; Track 1,2; Jr. Hi-Y 1,2; Choir 3,4; Sr. Play Cast KeitJi Anderson Tammy Anderson Dian Bonkoski Dawn Boyer Mike Brockhaus Rick Capin JmJk.. To help prepare for the prom and direct their activities, Juniors elected: Sec., Sheila Lillie; Pres., Stan Kinsey; Treas., Randy Michael; V-Pres., Dian Bonkoski. ' 71 Choose, Display Class Rings Tim Thrush studies senior, Becky Jay, diligently in study hall. Joellen Carper Sam Cleland Joanne Cole John Cole John Cornell Connie Cossairt Margaret Cottrell BrendaCrager Betty Craib Bobby Creager Dennis Dallas Dan Davis Don DeGrasse Rick DeGrasse Ron DeGrasse Mary Rose DePaolo Juniors Work at Concessions and Record Hops Mary Ann Detrick Steve Dickison Diane Diedrich Lucy Diosdado Gene Dirr Sharon Driver John Fetter Jack Fike Steve Foster Lora Freeman Pam Freeman Rick Gibson John Grawcock Cynthia Griffin Lon Grubb Lael Rowe and Monica VanZile are busy finishing homework in Biology II. Class of ' 72 follows choice of traditional round rings which bear the school seal and the Railroader symbol. Bill Howard Dan Ice Dwight James Julie Jeffrey Karen Johnson Keith Johnson Rex Johnson Mary Jane Jones Juniors Become Eligible for SIR John Fetter buys " sweets for the sweet " from the selection in the student lounge. Mike Jones Dan Jordan Karen Kearns Virginia Kennedy Chad Kilgore Stan Kinsey Terry Kleeman Sheryl Klinger Jim Koehl Chris Krocker Planning the Junior-Senior Prom are co-chairmen John Cole and Debbie Sobieski. Terry Loutzenhiser Jim Mansfield Linda Marti Marilyn Mavity Randy Mellott Randy Michael Dan Miller Tom Miller Kay Nolan Tom Novy Star Omspacher Nate Panning Debbe Perry Bill Pfeffercorn Susie Placencia BELOW: Only two minutes late, Moose Miller finds the hall empty. As usual, the the clock is off. Joan Cole, Del Smith, and Sandy Tittle compare notes at their lockers before go- ing to class. Class of ' 72 Busily Plans Polynesian Prom LEFT: After school hours, Toni Snook and Dan Miller relax at home watching ' Laugh In ' . SheiA ' l Yarde ' 72 Selects Blue, White Jackets Checking out the menu, Sophomore girls wait patiently in line for lunch. Barbara Burniston Frank Caprino Gary Carr Mike Chittenden Sandy Chittenden Dennis Anderson Carla Andrews David Andrews Karen Andrews Mike Andrews Larry Asher Lorraine Asher Carol Baker Marie Ballentine Dick Barry Pat Bennett Garry Bergner Tim Bock Denny Boice John Bowers Nora Bowers Jymme Brandt Joel Brinkerhoff Marshall Brumbaugh JoAnn Burm Kathie Reeves and JoEllen Owens work during open houie in the physical educa- tion department. Lynn Rowe ' s locker decorations indicate that her father is a member of the Board of Education. Kenny Cutler Susie Dapp David Derickson Melanie Deventer Don Dickison Jan Dove Kim Dove Les DePew Jim Driver Mark Ellert Bruce Englehard Gene Freeman Anita Fetter Deborah Fike Rudy Fuentes Ross Greenawalt atrice Goings Roger Gingery Tom HuUinger, Dick Barry, and Jim Sapp, engrossed in a game, attend a Burger Bash featuring the ' Trust Company ' at Pam Platner ' s house. Franz Heinzerling Debbie Hoeffel Linda Housel Richard Hathaway Karen Haffner Pat Hyde Beth Hollis Threasa Isham Jerry Jarnagin Denise Jinnings Ada Johnson Su Lynn Johnson Kalista Johnston Greg Jones Humphrey Keams J Phil Kerykendall , ' r Blaine Kimmel L- Sharon King Judy Kinney Ron Kock Ruth Koehl Kevin Knapp Debbie Lampe Dave Lash Me lb a La Turner Modeling sophomore class jackets are Blaine Kimmel and Sharon King. Jim Letizia Susie Lilienthal Mike Maloney Gary Mansfield Joe Mansfield Ron Marti Debbie Mathys Nancy Maurer Janice McCorkel Randy Mcintosh Maurice McPheeters Mark Micheal Sophomores Adapt to GHS Routine f Leading the Class of ' 73 are: Pres., Randy Mcintosh; V-Pres., JoEllen Owens; Sec., Becky Weller; Treas., Kathie Reeves. Karen Miller Romona Miller Hal Mortorff Randy Mueller Carol Ousley JoEllen Owens Al Parker Karen Picklesimer Pat Poling Roger Potter Kathy Reeves Susan Refner Jackie Reinoehl Tim Rice Ed Riccius Lola Robinson Kay Roebel Bruce Rugman Debbie Runion Debbie Rowe Lynn Rowe Jim Sapp 118 Allen Parker finds that he likes reading comic books with original covers. Joe Thomas Kim Thorne Chris Thrush Becky Treesh Kevin VanAllen Judy VanHolten Betsy Vice Randy Vincent Terry Whan Tim Wheeler Becky Weller Paul Westrick Rob Wilcox Teri Wiley Tom Wiley Karen Wilmot Eva Sawyer Becky Shafer Greg Shippy Joyce Schultz Dennis Smith Russ Smith Mike Snook Julie Somers Laura Souders Brent Steigmeyer Cindy Steigmeyer Stan Stover Randy Surfus Nancy Sutton Marie Tackles Sophomore Class Says Farewell to Paul LEWIS PAUL WESTRICK ■:; Born: July 24, 1954 Died: November 20, 1970 Activities: Member of the Explorer Scout Troop; V- Pres. ofWorld Geography Class; Basketball and Foot- ball manager; Yoder T -Birds Baseball manager We live in deeds, not years; in thought, not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs . He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best. --P. B. Bailey Freshmen Win Angola Basketball Tournament Class officers: V-Pres., Cheryl Carr; Treas., Paula Gilliland; Pres., Mark Barcus; Sec., Marilyn Miller. Tony Blomeke Jerry Bowman Terry Bowman Mitchell Boyd Rick Brooks Teri Buckles Melinda Carper Cheryl Carr Kathleen Carteaux Jim Charles Chris Chesterman Kay Christlieb Dave Claxton David Conrad Carolyn Combs Before leaving, Toni Ellert pauses at her locker. Bill Cornewell Denny Costin Dian Cousino Dave Crabill Robert Dannenberg Brian DePew Kevin Derrow Melanie Deventer Clubs Welcome Freshmen Members Debbie Diederich Toni Ellert Ra Tia Engelhard Mike Esselburn Jan Fortney Peggy Frain Karen Gentis ' Paula Gilliland Kathy Gibson Anthony Gingery Diane Gingery Walt Goldsberry Frankie Gunn Steve Guy- Carol Hall Joe Holbrook Charles Hathaway Susan Hathaway Greg Haynes Joyce Hecht Janice Howard Phil Isham Mitchell Jarnigan Dianna Jones Robert Kahlke Steve Kelham Sabrina Kirk Jerry Kleeman Tom Kleeman Sharon Knechel Mitchell Boyd assembles winning model in contest. Brenda Helton Randy Hill Mike Hofferman Steve Houser Tom Kleeman poses as the studious young Freshman for our photographer in third period study hall. LEFT: Freshmen boys show enthusiastic spirit while attending a high school pep session. Chris Koble Peggy Kolmes Terri Koskie Gary Krider Mike Krocker Mike Leach Debbie Lewis Olivia Lillie Van LouUenhiser Bill Madden Kevin Malcolm Steve Mavity Dave McClish Marilyn Ivliller Randy Miller Tony Blomeke munches a bunch at lunch. Class of ' 74 Builds Reputation; Gains Acceptance Ray Placencia Carol Redmond Mary Reed Debbie Rodman Susie Rosenberg Steve Rottger Susie Rottger Wayne Rowe Keith Sebring Frank Selke Frankie Gunn stands by as Cathy Gibson stretches to reach her top locker in the Freshman hall. ■ BSSii Frank Shoener Renee Shuff Connie Sigler Vonda Sipe Kathy Smeltzer Adrienne Smith Bill Madden, Yogi Picklesimer, and Olivia Lillie relax before school starts in room 40. Freshmen Choose Desired Courses Ray Placencia assists Steve Mavity. Roxie Treesh 4 Robert Wainscott Steve Walter Mike Walton iv- Terr ' Wilcox Jodi Witherspoon Randy Worde Larry Yarian Steve Zeider Mary Jo Novysays, " I ' d rather do it my- self. " BELOW: DeanBruns loads up after school. Curtis Anderson Kent Andrews Mark Andrews Mark Andrews Dave Armstrong Jim Ashenfelter Andy Baker Debra Barger Cathy Barger Brenda Baughman Ronda Burtch Ann Bigelow Randy Bixler Debbie Bradley Johnie Brandt Patty Brumbaugh Dean Bruns Craig Buckles Cathy Bumiston Cathy Casselman Pep Sessions Rally Spirit Dave Crager Steve Crager Carrie Custer Cheryl Custer Kevin Custer Sharon Custer Bekie Dennison Ritch DePew Steve DeWitt Jeanne Dickison Loren Dove Ron Dove Patty Driver Sheila King peeks at our not-so-hidden photographer during English Class. Jeff Emenhiser Diana Endsley Dan Feagler Helen Finn J Kay Folden Cindy Frain Terry Freeman Tina Frost Darlene Carman David Cam Keith Garn Zane Gerber Dave Gorman Debbie Goings Mike Gerhardt Sherry Griffin John Hammond Don Hatton Kathy Heller Rosemary Henderson 8th Grade Initiates Six Week Courses: Spanish iJl. . ' i Ritchie DePew and Ann Bigelow perform in class for the closed circuit television. Dennis Hull Cindy Isham Larry Isham Lynn Jeffery . ' ' - Paula Jinnings Doug Johnston Bill Jones Chris Kearns Kathy Kelham Debbie Kennedy Scott Kimmel Sheila King Dan Kinsey Pam Kinsey Faye Klinger Larry Knapp Carol Kock Jeff Krider Bob Kruger Becky Smith joins her classmates in previewing an instant replay in living black-and- white. This sequence was filmed live from room 10 to aid students in public speaking. Action Dominates Jr. Hi Athletics Dave Tullis Steve Walton Angela Watson Steve Watson Kathy Weimer Nick Westrick Ilene Wickline Linda Wickline Michael Wilmot Jamie Wise Charles Wolf Mary Wood Dan Woodruff Rick Workman Larry Zecca Mark Zimmerman JoAnn Andrews Abbie Baker Carolyn Ballentine Darlene Barger Jeff Barger Denise Benson Rex Bergdall Dwain Bewley Debbie Bishop Lila Bishop Sheri Bock Victoria Brady Tim Brindle Mickey Brockhaus Wayne Bunn William Burniston Darrell Campbell Jody Charles Sue Chesterman Richard Christl ieb Linda Clabaugh Denise Clady Ellen ( " levenger Bill Couy Seventh Graders Expand Social Life with Record Featured at CHS daily, students go through the routine of changing classes, holding up walls, taking quick trips to the ' John ' , and getting drinks before the next class. Junior High enjoys the new student lounge. Robin Cody Glenda Conrad Charlotte Cox Teresa Cox Donna Crager Laura Crager Warren Crager Roger Creager Brenda Daley Larry Daley Chris Davis David DeWitt Lori Dirr Neal Esselburn Robert Ewing Hops, Parties and Games Awaiting a class change, David Kelham sits quietly by the entrance to room 26. Steve High Jeff Hippensteel Pamela Holdgreve Mike Homett Becky Houser Julie Huffman Kevin Hull Tim Hullinger Vanessa Isham Robin Jester Allia Jones Charles Kenny Denise Kennedy David Kelham Jeff Kleeman Mike Kleeman Mike Kinney Randy Kinney Mark Feagler Rebecca Freeman Lon Fritz John Fugate Chris Geiser Kathy Getts Stacy Gerhardt Michael Gingery Jeffery Griffin Kathy Griffin Peggy Griffin Debbie Hammond Joe Harmon Steven Hathaway Tomothy Hathaway Kenneth Haynes Ronald Heimert Jeff Helbert Dan Helton Marcia Higgins Loutzenhiser Dale Martin Scrambling feet, slamming lockers, and shouts echo from the Junior High locker room. r Terri Matiiys Ronda Maurer James McCartney Debbie McDaniel Mitch McFann Gary McPheeters Debbie Meschberger Mary Montgomery Rose Montgomery Cheryl Morris Dennis Morris Tom Mortorff Doug Myers Dorma New Tammy Notestine Dan Olson Up the stairs and behind the double doors, a Junior High class meets in the converted old girl ' s gym. Junior High Band Backs Teams at Games David Oplinger Ray Osteen Wayne Payton Patrick Penland Melody Perry Paul Pierson Les Place Tim Potter Diane Ray Denise Reynolds Betty Kay Roehm Bernadette Rubalcaba Duane Runion Dawn Rugman Fred Sawyer f Eugene Schlotterback Elaine Schurr Eric Schurr Richard Suter, winner of the free weekly Kirk Schurr paperback, chooses his prize. Penny Seffernick -fV ■ I . ! 4 1 Jens Sorensen Sandy Speer Peggy Stellar Diane Suter Richard Suter Steve Tarlton Stephen Thomas Dennis Thurman Special Education Enters GHS Scott Kimmel and Mark Andrews flip through a magazine in the student lounge . Rita Underwood Tony Vanderpool Karen Vincent Kevin Vincent Denise Walters Mary Watson Pete Wade Janet Walton Fred Wakeman Michael Warfield Sue Westrick Tim Wilcox Debbie Wiley Charles Winans Donald Woodcock Joyce Woodward Roberta Yarde Linda Zeider Jud - Fourman Bill Fr ' People and Businesses Back the Aeolian Abey Abram Inc. Armstrong Bouquet Bauman-Harnlsh Rubber Plastic Inc. Brown House Campbell Fetter Bank, Kendallville Conrad Business Service Culligan Water Conditioning Debonaire Salon East Side Grocery " Lillie ' s " Roger G. Eberhard Electric Motors Spec. Finn News Agency Freeze ' s TV Service George ' s Sport Spot Hubbard Spool Division Dr. Mrs. Charles A. Novy Seifert Paint and Wallpaper Wllber Seigel Insurance Agency Spencer Florist Williams Grocery Mr. Mrs. H. Charles Wi nans Wyatts General Merchandise Main Street, Auburn, Indiana Mid-City Typewriter Company Incorporated 121 West King Street Garrett, Indiana Phone 357-4122 SHAKESHOP Best Pharmacy 100 North Randolph Street Garrett, Indiana Phone: 357-3250 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of " 71 Northern Indiana Fuel and Light Gas Makes the Big Difference Garrett Flexible Products, Incorporated Designers Rubber-Plastics Engineers Manufacturers 1 100 South Cowen Street— Phone 357-4133 Garrett, Indiana 46738 Industrial Rubber Development Initiative Is Doing the Right Thing Without Being Told. Flowers say it best--anytime, anywhere. We have a selection to meet everyone ' s budget. For the best quality, designing and service make your selection at the Garrett Greenhouse. Show your love and appreciation with a beautiful gift of flowers. We have a qualified designer on hand at all times. Lots of Free Parking and Free Delivery! Be sure to order early for better selection and delivery at your preferred convenience. , JCowez Shop " The Greenhouse of Personal Service " 604 S. Walsh Street— Phone FL 7-3301 Garrett, Indiana 46738 Auburn Retail Merchant Association Albion Credit Assoc . Allen Electric Co. Allison Corp. Armstrong Floral Andres Insurance Auburn Hardware Auburn Federal Savings Loan Auburn Printing Auburn State Bank Boston Store Bowerman ' s Market Carbaugh Jewelers City National Bank DeKalb Credit Bureau Spencer Florist Dilgard Cline Eckerts Jewelry Feagler Decor. Gamble Store Gerig Furniture Hohams J.J. Newberry Kiddy Shop Fox Supply Lords National Store Nebelong Northern Ind. Fuel Light Oberlin Sales J . C . Penney Peoples ' Savings Loan Poore Jewelry Romeiser Drug Schaabs Keltsch Drug Western Auto WIFF Radio Dodeon Lock Montgomery Ward Lori ' s DeKalb Advertiser Smith ' s Dairy Queen Brazier Auburn Pizza King West Road 8 Auburn, Indiana COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY -- FORT WAYNE- -INCORPORATED 1631 East Pontiac Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. 46803 Telephone (219) 744-2163 Rohm Chevrolet-Buick, Inc. Telephone 925-3715 Si. Rd, 8 West Auburn, Indiana 46706 |B?!7TI| Downtown Garrett Central Office--214 Randolph Street Phone: 357-3535 Haffner ' s5 |:to$1.00 Garrett Cleaners Quality Dry Cleaning at Reasonable Prices STERN WOMEN ' S APPAREL For That Dressed Right Look STERN MEN ' S WEAR ROBERT ' S STUDIO — Photographs 1014 Ewing St. Fort Wayne, Ind. Phone: 422-8772 RAPP MOTORS, INC. 219 EAST QUINCY STREET GARRETT, INDIANA 46738 FL 7-4116 CHRYSLER IMPEI IAL Kruger ' s Market V A Restaurant 111 E. Third Ave. Garrett, Indiana Choice Quality Meats Fancy Canned Foods This Is Ford Country " We Sell To Sell Again " Garrett, Indiana Air Conditioned Phone 347-0507 123 North Main Street Kendallville, Ind. We Cater to — Wedding Parties Banquets Luncheons Dial 347-0507 for Carry Out bar ocK| e stanscrew division STANSCREW DISTRIBUTION CENTER Yoder Ford Sales 130 Taylor Road Garrett, Indiana GARRETT FOODLAND 1352 South Randolph Street Phone 357-3022 The Staff Acknowledges These People Thanks to Mr . William Kelley for his photograph enlarger . Glenn Steigmeyer shoots for the Aeolian. Mr. James Arthur, American Yearbook Representative Mrs. Lynn Yoder, Streamliner sponsor, and newly initiated members of Quill and Scroll: Pam Plainer and Marsha Mortorff of the Streamliner staff; Karen Haynes, Lisa Johnson, and Leslie Wise of the Aeolian staff, with yearbook sponsor, Mr. John Bock- man. Robert ' s Studio Ft. Wayne, Ind. Affectionately Dedicated to " Mr. B " We, the staff of the 1971 AEOLIAN, do hereby affectionately dedicate this book to our advisor, Mr. John Bockman . For the past four years, Mr. John Bock- man worked to spark cultural interest at GHS, Through his work with the choir, he more than tripled its membership and activities . He de- voted many hours in the field of drama and strove to bridge the gap between teacher and student. There- fore, we the staff of the 1971 AEOLIAN, do hereby affection- ately dedicate this book to our advisor, Mr . John Bockman . -teacher choral director Index of Faces Photo by Bruce Babbitt Creager, Bobby Adams, Linda 28,120 Anderson, Dennis 62,67,116 Anderson, Keith 36,56,112 Anderson, Tammy 17,29,48, 53,112 Andrews, Carla 43,116 Andrews, Dave 116 Andrews, Doug 101,102 Andrews, Karen 50,53,54, 116 Andrews, Mark 82 Andrews, Mike 67,116 Aplin, Rojeanne 51,101 Armstrong, Nila 49,120 Armstrong, Reece 70 Asher, Larry 13,17,44,116 Asher, Lorraine 116 Babbitt, Bruce 58,59,101 Baker, Angie 112 Baker, Carol 116 Baker, Mary 17,29,42,53,89, 101 Baker, Tim 120 Ballentine, Marie 116 Ballentine, Mila 9,17,43,44, 50,53,54,89,101 Barcus, Mark 68,77,82,120 Barger, Robin 54,112 Barry, Dick 43,81,116,117 Bates, Ed 120 Bateman, Paul 49,74,78,96 Baughman, Renee 101 Beber, Debbie 43,120 Bennett, Pat 116 Benson, David 120 Bergner, Barb 36,47,101 Bergner, Charles 46 Bergner, Gary 28,116 Black, Jacque 45,53,54,56, 120 Blomeke, Tony 43,68,77,120, 122 Bloom, Rick 112 Blotkamp, Tom 71,74,75,81, 112 Bock, Tim 116 Bockman, John 8,12,44,91 Boice, Denny 116 Bonkoski, Dian 50,54,112 Bonkoski, Dan 101 Bowers, John 116 Bowers, Nora 49,116 Bowman, Jerry 120 Bowman, Terry 26,120 Boyd, Mitchell 120,121 Boyer, Dawn 29,49,112 Brandt, Jymme 53,116 Brandt, Larry 29,94 Brinkerhoff, Joel 116 Brinkerhoff, Judy 101 Brockhaus, Mike 112 Brooks, Rick 120 Brumbaugh, Marshall 116 Buckles, Paul 48,58,59,101 Buckles, Teri 53,84,120 Bunn, Ken 101 Burniston, Barbara 116 Burns, Mike 101 Campbell, Melanie 98 Capin, Richard 95 Capin, Rick 3,13,43,44,51, 59,112 Caprino, Frank 40,43,62,67, 116 Carper, JoEllen 29,43,48,50, 57,112 Carper, Melinda 29,89,120 Carr, Cheryl 43,120 Carr, Gary 28,58,62,116 Carteaux, Kathy 45,53,120 Chamberlin, Rick 8,17,21, 42,52,59,62,65,71,73,100 Charles, Jim 120 Chesterman, Chris 120 Chittenden, Mike 116 Chittenden, Sandy 116 Christlieb, Bobby 56,58,62, 67,116 Christlieb, Kay 40,120 Clark, Don 17,52,62,102 Clark, Mary 6,7,8,11,13,17, 28,42,44,53,54,56,59,100 Claxton, Dave 29,68,120 Claxton, Jerry 9,10,46,52,62, 102 Cleland, Sam 112 Cobbs, Cathy 43,54,116 Cobbs, Steve 21,32,42,52,82, 102 Cole, Joanne 48,51,112,115 Cole, John 11,13,45,46,112, 114 Combs, Carol ' yn 120 Conrad, David 120 Cornell, Deanna 29,102 Cornell, John 29,32,112 Cornewell, Bill 29,120 Cornewell, Suzanne 6,9,14, 56,102 Cossairt, Connie 112 Costin, Denny 26,68,77,120 Costin, Pat 53,116 Costin, Tim 33,56,102 Cottrell, Margaret 25,28,112 Cousino, Diane 120 Cozier, Jean 42,44,58 Crabill, Dave 120 Crager, Bett - 116 Crager, Brenda 25,28,48,112 Crager, David 116 Craib, Bett - 112 Creager, Bobby 31,48,112 Creager, David Creager, David 107 Creager, Polly 12,13,17,28, 54 Crist, Thomas 52,62,65,68, 71,74,76,82,97 Crowe, Fredina 53,57,100 Croy, Joyce 28,54,116 Custer, Cathy 6,17,54,89, 102 Custer, Cindy 28,43,53,54, 58,116 Custer, Karen 40,43,50,54 Custer, Linda 6,17,40,41,42, 102,116 Cutler, Kenny 52,82,83,112 Cutler, Pam 48,102 Dallas, Dennis 52,82,83,112 Dannenberg, Robert 43,120 Dannenberg, Stan 102 Dapp, Susan 54,117 Davis, Dan llz Degrasse, Don 40,62,112 DeCrasse, Rick 112 DeGrasse, Ron 36,46,67,112 DeLucenay, Jeff 103 Lotz, Marilee Mark Zyinslony poses on his chopper. Demblckie, Steve 52,100 DePaolo, Mary Rose 49,54, 59,112 DePew, Brian 120 DePew, Dale 3,9,103 DePew, Les 49,82,117 Derickson, Dave 62,67,81, 117 Derickson, Mike 10,21,36, 52,59,62,65,71,73,74,80, 100 Derrow, Kevin 68,77,120 Detrick, Mary 53,113 Deuitch, Norman 103 Deventer, Melanie 117,120 Deventer, Michelle 103 Dickison, Don 117 Dickison, Steve 46,113 Diederich, Debbie 10,11,45, 53,56,121 Diederich, Diane 45,54,57, 113 Diosdado, Lucy 45,113 Dirr, Gene 113 Dove, Janice 28,54,117 Dove, Kim 117 Driver, Linda 29,103 Doss, Jane 48,95 Duguid, Jim 42,103 Eberhard, Craig 103 Eldridge, Sarah Jean 93 Ellert, Mark 43,70,76,80,81, 117 Ellert, Toni 43,120,131 Endsley, Randy 81 Engelhard, Bruce 13,44,45 Engelhard, Rayna 45,56,85, 117,121 Engle, Jack 21,46 Esselburn, Mike 40,68,77,82, 121 Ewing, Robert 46,70,80,81, 93,100 Fergison, Rolla 92 Fetter, Anita 43,117 Fetter, John 13,113,114 Fike, Debbie 117 Fike, Jack 113 Finchum, Virgil 90 Flora, John 97 Fortney, Jan 121 Foster, Steve 46,113 Era in, Peggy 121 Freeman, Gene 117 Freeman, Lora 29,50,57,113 Freeman, Pam 42,50,54,113 Fritz, Lynn 48,103 Fuentes, Rudy 117 Gall, Dennis 117 Gam, Ellen 117 Garn, Jerry 21,103 Geiser, Annette 6,10,13,30, 43,44,56,103 Gentis, Karen 43,121 Gentis, Mike 29,117 Gerhardt, Debra 6 Gibson, Kathy 121,122 Gibson, Rick 113 Gilliland, Paula 13,28,4 5, 54,56,120,121 Gingery, Diane 121 Gingery, Roger 117 Gingery, Tony 121 Goings, Beatrice 49,117 Goldsberry, Walt 68 121 Grawcock, John 59,113 Greenawalt, Marston 48,103 Greenawalt, Ross 117 Griffin, Connie 9,48,103 Griffin, Cynthia 50,54,113 Grubb, Lon 52,58,76,78,113 Gunn, Frankie 121,122 Gunn, Mary 113 Guy, Steve 121 Haffner, Krren 45,50,54,117 Hall, Carol 29,121 Hall, Sue 29,50,57,113 Hamm, Todd 113 Hampshire, Darlene 104 Harman, Robert 90 Harmon, Ken 27,32,40,113 Harvey, Susan 53,57,113 Hathaway, Charles 68,121 Hathaway, RJionda 46,48,104 Hathaway, Rich 62,67,76, 117 Hathaway, Susan 27,40,43, 121 Haynes, Greg 121 Haynes, Karen 2,9,13,17,21, 28,42,44,59,100 Haynes, Shirley 45,94,100 Hecht, Joyce 121 Heimert, Melody 113 Heinzerling, Franz 34,58,117 Helton, Brenda 121 Henderson, Laura 42,49,57, 104 Henderson, Mary 49,117 Heupel, Carol 9,58,104 Heupel, Dick 43,117 Higgens, Jeanette 53,113 Hill, Randy 121 Hockaday, Mike 28,29,104 Hoeffel, Debbie 43,50,53,54, 117 Hoeffel, Holly 10,48,50,57, 113 Hoeffel, Matt 52,62,104 Hofferman, Mike 29,49,68, 121 Holbrook, Joe 49,68,81,121 Hollis, Beth 43,117 Honeck, William 98 Housel, Linda 29,49,117 Housel, Patty 6,29,44,49,50, 51,104 Houser, Steve 68,77,80,81, 121 Howard, Billy 82,113 Howard, Janice 121 Hullinger, Tom 43,82,117 Hunter, Alan 91 Hutton, John 62,65,77,91 Hyde, Pat 43,50,53,54,117 Ice, Dan 52,62,113 laham, Phillip 68,121 Isham, Teresa 28,117 Isharh, Victor 104 James, Dwight 113 Jarnigan, Terry 28,117 Jay, Becky 9,104,112 Jeffery, Julie 50,51,54,57, 113 Jinnings, Denise 117 Johnson, Ada 117 Johnson, Karen 113 Johnson, Keith 113 Johnson, Lisa 17,21,36,40,42, 50,59,89,104 Johnson, Rex 11,28,62,67, 113,115 Johnson, Sue Lynn 28,54,117 Johnston, Kalista 45,50,54, 57,117 Jones, Diana 121 Jones, Greg 28,117 Jones, Mary 54,113 Jones, Mike 114 Jordan, Dan 31,46,113 Kahke, Bob 121 Kearns, Humphrey 43,117 Kearns, Karl 104 Kearns, Karen 48,54,114 Kees, Ted 33,42,52,70,71, 74,10 4 Kelham, Steve 33,68,77,121 Kerykendall, Phul 117 Kennedy, Virginia 53,56,114 Kilgore, Chad 114 Kimmel, Blaine 46,117 King, Sharon 29,45,53,117 Kinney, Judy 117 Kinsey, Brad 8,42,52,59,62, 71,73,74,78,79,105 Kinsey, Stan 42,52,74,76,78, 79,112,114 Kirk, Sabrina 121 Kleeman, Debbie 9,17,24, 45,53,54,59,105 Kleeman, Gerri 45,53,54,56, 121 Kleeman, Terry 50,51,53, 54,57,114 Kleeman, Tom 68,77,121 Klinger, Sheryl 114 Knapp, Kevin 76 Knechel, Sharon 13,27,43, 117,121 Koble, Chris 68,122 Kock, Diane 3,14,17,40,48, 50,53,54,105 Kock, Ron 62,67,71,74,78, 79,117 Koehl, Jim 114 Koehl, Ruth 43,50,53,54,117 Kolmes, Peggy 122 Koskie, Teresa 13,28,122 Krider, Gary 81,122 Krocker, Chris 28,114 Krocker, Mary 105 Krocker, Mike 122 Kruger, Susan 48,114 Kugler, Karen 48,105 LaLone, Garry 17,40,48,114 Lampe, Debbie 13,14,29,45, 48,50,53,54,105 Lange, Brad Lange, Robin 26 Lash, Dave 40,62,67,76,117 La Turner, Angie 8,17,45,48, 50,53,54,105 LaTurner, Melba 50,53,117 Leach, Mike 122 Leiter, Becky 114 Lepley, Clark 13,71,74,114 Leti zia, Jim 118 Lewis, Debbie 45,122 Lewis, Echo 98 Lewis, LeNore 96 Lewis, Sherm 11,45,52,78, 79,114 Lewis, Susie 3,9,17,53,54, 89,105 Ley, Connie 42,48,50,54,105 Lilienthal, Susie ' 118 Lillie, Olivia 28,44,50,84, 112,114 Lillie, Sheila 28,44,50,84, 112,114 Lotz, Marilee 98 r Loutzenhiser, Barry Loutzenhiser, Barry 105 Loutzenhiser, Paula 13,28,29, 58,59,105 Loutzenhiser, Terry 114 Loutzenhiser, Van 122 Love, Elizabeth 42,43,92 Lung, Harry 56,105 Madden, Bill 122,123 Malcolm, Kevin 45,122 IVlaloney, Mike 49,118 Maloney, Sally Mansfield, Gary 118 Mansfield, Joe 118 Marks, Louadda 94 Marti, Linda 28,48,53,114 Marti, Ron 118 Mathys, Debbie 53,54,118 Maurer, Dan 49,52,56,66,105 Maurer, Margaret 106 Maurer, Nancy 118 Mavity, Marilyn 13,29,44, 49,56,58,85,114 Mavity, Steve 29,122,123 Mellott, Mary 98 Mellott, Randy 59,62,67,77, 112,114 Miller, Cleo 94 Miller, Dan 13,17,19,25,28, 40,44,52,62,74,76,114 Miller, Karen 118 Miller, Marilyn 13,85,120, 122 Miller, Ramona 10,50,54, 118 Miller, Randy 68,82,122 Miller, Tom 28,52,62,71,73, 74,82,114 Mitchell, Steve 9,52,56,62, 82,106 Mortorff, Hal 28,118 Mortorff, Marsha 58,106 Mueller, Randy 28,118 Muldary, Colleene 31,106 Myers, Becky 8,17,34,44,59, 106 Myers, Larry 9,52,62,80,81, 106 McCartney, Chris 29,31,47, 106 McCartney, Lester 46,48,90 McClish, Dave 122 McClure, Jeff 46,62,99,106 McCullough, Debbie 89,106 McCorkel, Janice 13,44,45, 57,89,118 Mcintosh, Cathy 6,8,13,17, 29,50,53,59,84,106 Mcintosh, Randy 56,118 McNutt, Terry 106 McPheeters, Maurice 118 Nelson, Harold 96 Neukom, Debbie 6,13,29,53, 84, 106 Nixon, Kim 68,77,122 Nodine, Cindy 107 Nolan, Kay 13,28,114 Nolan, Marilyn 13,56,58,107 Nolan, Shirley 122 Novy, Mary 43,122,123 Novy, Tom 42,43,114 Olin, Barbara 49,95 Omspacher, Star 29,48,53, 114 Ousley, Carol 18 Owens, JoEllen 10,43,50,54, 116,118 Panning, Nate 13,28,29,114 Parker, Al 118,119 Parker, Barry 29,107 Parker, Gary 68,122 Parker, Rich 29,46 Parks, Cameron 19,36,51,92 Pence, Dorothy 19,96 Pence, Stan 107 Pepitone, Rita 98 Perkins, Kay 53,54,122 Perry, Debbie 48,114 Peters, Cheryl 17,29,53,57, 107 Peters, Janis 54,122 Peters, John 107 Pfefferkorn, Bill 28,62,114 Pfeiffer, Dale 46,107 Pickelsimer, Karen 118 Pickelsimer, Yogi 13,84,122, 123 Placencia, Alice 25,28,53, 12 Placenia, Susan 53,114 Placencia, Ray 70,77,81, 122,123 Platner, Pam 6,58,107 Poling, Pat 118 Poling, Sue 107 Potter, Barb 30,46 Potter, Roger 52,62,81,108 Puff, Sue 30,42,43,48,58, 107 Quince, Kathy 43,53,85 Rapp, Connie 6,7,9,17,59,84, 108 Redmond, Carol 14,45,56, 122 Redmond, Robert 52,62,81, 108 Reed, Mary 29,122 Reeves, Kathy 43,50,53,54, 116,118 Reeves, Ronald 98 Refner, Susan 29,118 Reinoehl, Carson 48,108 Reinoehl, Don 48,108 Reinoehl, Jackie 49,118 Reinoehl, Richard 48,49,108 Reinoehl, Roger 108 Reynolds, Ruth 47,89 Rhodes, Tim 13,28,56,115 Riccius, Dan 29,115 Riccius, Ed 49,118 Rice, Tim 49,118 Roberts, Ken 2,3,9,44,108 Robinson, Lola 49,118 Roebel, Kay 43,50,53,57,118 Roebel, Ken 46,108 Rodman, Debbie 122 Roose, Debbie 108 Rosenburg, Susan 122 Rottger, Steve 49,122 Rowe, Debra 29,118 Rowe, Jola 48,59,108 Rowe, Uel 50,54,57,113,115 Rowe, Lynn 116,118 Rowe, Wayne 25,68,77,82, 122 Rugman, Bruce 29,49,118 Runion, Debbie 28,50,118 Runion, Steve 45,52,70,71, 74,80,81,108 Russell, Pat 28,108 Saffen, Mike 9,18,52,62,109 Sapp, Jim 43,117,118 Sawyer, Eva 49,119 Saxer, Ellsie 48,62,109 Scheurich, Valda 43,51,59, 109 Schlabach, Carol 91,100 Schultz, Joyce 40,43,50,53, 119 Schultz, Mary 42,43,50,51, 59,109 Schurr, George 56,115 Sebring, Dave 109 Sebring, Kieth 122 Sellke, Frank 29,68,81,122 Sellke, Tom 3,42,70,81,115 Seltenright, Mike 57,92,100 Shafer, Becky 119 Shepherd, Phyllis 109 Shippy, Greg 52,62,67,76, 82,119 Shoener, Frank 27,68,77,123 Shuff, Renee 43,53,84,123 Shumway, Kim 13,77,123 Sigler, Connie 28,29,53,123 Simon, John 115 Simon, Mary 109 Sipe, Valorie 29,49,123 Sliger, Ruth 50,57,115 Smeltzer, Kathy 123 Smeluer, Steve 29,49,109 Smith, Adrienne 123 Smith, Bernie 40,109 Smith, Bruce 33,77,123 Smith, Del 115 Smith, Denise 17,28,40,50, 54,109 Smith, Dennis 62,82,119 Smith, Fred 48,109 Smith, Martha 10,43,122, 123 Smith, Russ 43,122,123 Smith, Victor 98 Smurr, Dirk 68,123 Snook, Mike 49,119 Snook, Steve 25,115 Snook, Toni 10,12,14,28,53, 54,59,115 Snyder, Cheryl 28,48,109 Sobieski, Debbie 13,17,53, 54,114,115 Somers, Julie 50,51,119 Somers, Mary 51,110 Souder, Cheryl 54,123 Souder, Laura 54,119 Spicer, Dave 43,56,123 Spicer, Susan 33,43,51,115 Steigmeyer, Brent 43,62,67, il9 Steigmeyer, Glenn 3,9,13,34, 43,56,58,59,110 Steinman, Darl 115 Steller, Linda 46,48,110 Steward, Greg 13,28,62,67, 74,115 Stomm, Larry 97 Stover, Stan 119 Stroman, Jeff 17,28,40,42, 52,62,70,73,74,80,115 Surfus, Paul 68,77,92,123 Surfus, Randy 62,76,82,119 Sutton, Nancy 50,119 Sutton, Vickie 47,110,119 Sweeney, Hildreth 89 Tackles, Marie 119 Tarlton, John 110 Teders, Gerald 110 Teders, Max 110 Terry, Joan 57, 115 Thomas, Joe 119 Thomas, Mike 49,123 Thorn, Allan 9,17,29,44,110 Thome, Kim 13,119 Thrush, Chris 43,50,53,54, 119 Thrush, Tim 17,40,52,62,64, 80,81,112,115 Thrush, Tom 52,62,64,110 Zmyslony, Mark Tittle, Sandy 42,48,56,115 Traster, Mirth 155 Treesh, Becky 119 Treesh, Roxanne 29,56,123 Turner, Cheri 42,48,58,110 VanAllen, Kevin 119 VanHolten, Judy 26,119 VanLeuven, Margaret 93 VanZile, Monica 42,51,113, 115 Vice, Betsy 119 Vincent, Randy 119 Voit, Chris 17,29,31,41,47, 110 Wainscott, Rob 68,77,123 Walker, Don 29 Wallace, Max 110 Walter, Steve 123 Walton, Mike 68,77,81,123 Weimer, Roger 40,62,65,68, 71,74,95 Westrick, Paul 119 Weller, Becky 43,50,54,85, 118,119 Whan, Terr ' 49,119 Whyte, Pat 45,123 Wiant, David 62,65,98 Wilcox, Mark 9,14,52,56,62, 71,74,81,111 Wilcox, Robert 62,81,119 Wilcox, Terry 123 Wiley, Terri 119 Wiley, Tom 17,29,62,67,76, 119 Wilier, Paul 98 Wilmot, Karen 53,54,119 Wilmot, Jon 29,46,48,80,81, 111 Wilmot, Steve 9,24,42,51,58, 111 Winebrenner, Gerald 42,111 Wise, Leslie 6,9,10,13,17,42, 53,56,59,111 Witherspoon, Jody 13,26,45, 56,123 Worden, Randy 68,77,82,123 Worman, JoAnn 6,8,14,24,28, 44,45,54,111 Yarde, Sheryl 28,115 Yarian, Larr 49,68,123 Yoder, L Tin 58,90 Zeider, Steve 40,43,68,81, 123 Zmyslony, Mark 9,111 Nate Panning directs the chorus. 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