3 LEGEND ¥ %r r- T r Volume XXIH GENEVA LEGEND May, 1963 Published by The Senior Class of GENEVA HIGH SCHOOL GENEVA, INDIANA We, the members of the Senior Class of Geneva High School, dedicate this volume to Mr. Robert Hanni, our Junior and Senior Class sponsor. We also wish to dedicate this 1963 Legend to our Sophomore sponsor, Mr. Doyle Igney and our Freshman sponsor, Mrs. Agnes Shoemaker. We wish in this small way to express our sincere appreciation for their patient, instructive guidance throughout our high school career. ADMINISTRATION KENNETH VAN EMON WILSON CROSS B.S., M.A. PRINCIPAL Chemistry B.A., M.S. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Commerce Guidance Flossie Lybarger School Secretary ADVISORY BOARD Roger Yoder Sylvan Bauman Lowell Long TRUSTEE WESLEY AMSTUTZ HARRY ANDERSON, B.S. Head Coach Industrial Arts Driver ' s Education BILL MORRIS, M.A. Assistant Coach Social Studies Physical Education ROBERT CONNERS, B.S. Football Coach Physical Education Social Studies MARGARET RHOADES, B.A. English Phys. Ed. ALICE RHOADES, B.S. Commerce ANITA HOUSER, B.S. Science Math Health ROBERT HANNI, B.S., M.A. Social Studies Business WILLIAM KIPEER, M.S. Biology Vocational Agriculture FLOYD HUGHES, B.S. Band Chorus- LAVAUN MUTH B.S. Home Economics CATHARINE W. RUNYON M.A. B.A. English Library RUTH NEUENSCHWANDER B.A. English French Physical Education KATHERINE STAHL FRANCIS WELLMAN AGNES SHOEMAKER English B.S. B.S. B.A. Math Art Music HAROLD LONG ROSS JOHNSON EDITH WALTERS B.S. B.S. B.S. Grade Six Grade Six Grade Five RUTH HUNT B.S. Grade Five JOHN CORNETT B.A. M.A. Grade Four LLOYD MUNRO B.S. Grade Four KATHRYN SCHOLER FRANCES LOGAN PATRICIA AMSTUTZ B.S. B.S. B.S. Grade Three Grade Three Grade Two MARY ISCH B.S. Grade Two 1 NANCY HOUSER B.S. Grade One CATHERINE FRAVEL B.S. Grade One COOKS Jeese Bransttetter, Clara Hofstetter, Martha McBarnes JANITORS Ralph Haines, Gerald Farlow BUS DRIVERS Jerry Parr Delmar Stanley George Morgan Bob Hofstetter Wayne Derrickson Ray Black Arthur Ford P.T.A. OFFICERS Louise Bauserman Betty Brubaker Otis Buckey David Mosser SENIORS BRENDA AFFOLDER Geneva High School Band 1 Y.F.C. (officer) 1-4 Annual Staff JOAN AUGSBURGER Color Guard G.A.A. 2-4 Band 1-2-3-4 Class Play 3 Annual Staff DAVID AMSTUTZ Geneva High School Bowling Club 3-4 Y.F.C. 1-2-3 Annual Staff TERI ANN ARMANTROUT Class Play 3 G.A.A. 4 Rckamemoh 3 Band 1-2-3 Annual Staff JEAN BAUMER Annual Staff Class Play 3 G.A.A. 1-2-4 Pep Club 1-2 Class Officer (Pres.) 2. 10 KATHRYN BEELER Geneva High School Annual Staff Band 1 Pep Club 1-2 JAMES BISEL Geneva High School Bowling Club 3-4 JUDY CAFFEE G.A.A. 2-3-4 Band 1-2-3-4 Class Play 3 Annual Staff Stage Band 3-4 GLEN COLPAERT Bowling Club 3-4 Student Manager 3-4 Chorus 1-2 Class Play 3 Newspaper 4 ROBERT DULL Track 2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 Cross Country 1 Class Play 3 RUTHANN GERBER Band 1 Pep Club 1-2-3 G.A.A. 4 Y.F.C. 1-2-3-4 Annual Staff RICHARD HANNI Basketball 1-2 Football 3 Annual Staff Track 1 Cross Country 1 ANN GILLESPIE Annual Staff Class Secretary 1-2-3-4 Class Play 3 Pep Club 1-2 Honor Roll ROBERT LYNN HALL Bowling Club 3 Football 2-3-4 Class Play 3 Track 1-2 Annual Staff WILLIAM HAWBAKER Annual Staff F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Band 1-3-4 Class President 4 Basketball 2-3-4 12 THOMAS HIRSCHY F.F.A. 2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 CALVIN HOFSTETTER Cross Country 2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 Track 3-4 Bowling Club 3-4 F.F.A. 1-2-3 MARVIN KIRCHHOFER F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Land Judging 3-4 Dairy Judging 2 Track 2 Bowling Club 3-4 ARNOLD LEHMAN F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Track 2-3-4 Basketball 2 Class Officer 1-4 Honor Roll THOMAS LUDY Geneva High School Football 2-3 Class Officer 2-3 F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 JOYCE MOSSER Band 1 Class Play 3 G.A.A. 1-2-3 Annual Staff Class Representative SALLIE SCHISLER Drum Majorette 4 Twirler 2-3-4 Class Play 3 Annual Staff G.A.A. 2-4 SUSAN NEUENSCHWANDER Band 1-2 Y.F.C. (Vice-Pres. 4) 1-4 G.A.A. (Treas.) 4 Cafeteria 3 Class Play 3 GLORIA JEAN NEVIL Twirler (feature 4) 2-3-4 Class Treasurer 2-3-4 Rekamemoh Club (Sec.) 3 Class Play 3 Annual Staff ERIC SPRUNGER Geneva High School Annual Staff Class Play 3 Bowling Club 3-4 14 JEFF STRIKER Geneva High School Bowling Club 4 WANDA SPRUNGER Band 1-2 Y.F.C. 1-2-3-4 Vice-President 3-4 Class Play 3 G.A.A. (Vice-President) 2-4 TED TOLAND F.F.A. 1-2-3-4 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Cross Country 1-2-3-4 Track 1-2-3-4 Football 3-4 JAMES WALKER Baseball 1-2-3-4 Annual Staff Geneva High School SHARON W ATKINS Geneva High School Rekamemoh Club 3 G.A.A. 4 Annual Staff Pep Club 1-2-3 LARRY WEBB Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2 Football 2 Class Officer 1-3 Class Play 3 CLASS OFFICERS President Bill Hawbaker Vice President Arnie Lehman Secretary Ann Gillespie Treasurer Jean Nevil 16 Co-Editors Ann Gillespie Jim Walker Advertising Arnie Lehman Business Bill Hawbaker Layout. Teri Armantrout Sharon Watkins Ed. High School. . . .Jean Baumer Ed. Elementary .... Ruthann Gerber Organizations Jean Nevil Sallie Schisler Music Judy Caffee Susan Neuenschwander Art Brenda Affolder Joyce Mosser Photography Kathy Beeler Lynn Hall Typists Joan Augsburger Wanda Sprunger Sports Larry Webb Eric Sprunger Glen Colpaert Adviser Mrs. Runyon CLASS INFORMATION Class Motto Ever onward, Ever upward. Class Colors Red and White Class Flower Red Rose SENIOR PROPHECY In 1973 Kathy is sitting on the beach wondering what the rest of the Class of ' 63 has been doing when her husband, Captain Lynn Hall appears carrying a letter from her former classmate, Ann Gillespie. The letter states that Ann has a teaching job in the New Adams County Consolidated School. Ann and her husband are moving into their new home this week. She also tells Kathy about the rest of the Class of ' 63. Brenda has just celebrated her eighth wedding anniversary, an event which was quite an interest-getter because of the presence of her five sets of identical twin boys. Joyce has her R.N. degree and has received a medal for bravery during a conflict in Africa where she met her husband--a five-star general! Arnie is doing fine work as a professor of Agriculture at Purdue University. His speciality is vegetable judging. Bob has done quite well for himself as a professional football player with the Browns. In the athletic field also Kathy learned that Glen is now managing the New York Yankees with Jim Walker as star pitcher. Sally is working as private secretary for her husband, a Franklin Electric executive, who owns a five hundred acre estate. Jean Nevil, a famous New York fashion designer, is in the process of creating a beautiful wedding gown for her first grade teacher, Miss Fravel. Oh, by the way, Ruthann is taking Miss Fravel ' s place. Now, here is some spectacular news! Larry We,bb, a West Point graduate, is running for the Presidency of the U.S. with Eric Sprunger as his running mate. Kathy was surprised to learn that Tom Hirschy is assisting Mr. Hanni as the Govern- ment teacher. Dick Hanni is married and is one of his father ' s greatest competitors in the plumb- ing business. Susie is married and has the tiring job as guidance counselor at Adams County Con- solidated School. In the entertainment world Judy Caffee has her own television show with Teri-Ann as her singing star. On Broadway Marvin has made quite a smash. They call him " Blondie. " Bill Hawbaker is the sole owner of a one thousand acre ranch and has just announced his forth-coming marriage. Tom Ludy is a private eye for the FBI. Jim Bisel is managing " The Crusher, " who is no other than Jeff Striker! Jean B. and Sharon are touring the world in the Wacs--lucky girls! Back on the home front, Joan is married to an implement dealer and has three adorable daughters. Ted Toland is operating the successful new golf course in Berne. Calvin and David are making quite a fortune as dealers in car imports. In conclusion Ann informed Kathy that Wanda is married and has fifty children! (She is a matron of an Orphanage). 18 k 1. Oh, of course not! 2. Nice Kitty. 3. Help! 4. Cutie-pie. 5. Drive Carefully. 6. Oh, you don ' t say. 7. Where art thou Romeo? 8. Gary ' s girl. 9. Smile please, Blondie 10. They ' ll never grow that-a-way. 11. Why so blue? 12. What are you clipping, Ann? 13. How did you lose that tooth Bobby? 19 " NO BOYS ALLOWED. " Rita, giving slumber party Teri-Ann Armantrout Jane, her younger sister Wanda Sprunger Victrola, the Baxter cook Lynne Hacker Edwina, Rita ' s best friend Ann Gillespie Belinda, Rita ' s rival Sally Schisler Nada, a boy-hater Jeannie Nevil Patsy, who loves to eat Joyce Mosser Mrs. Dana, Fred mother Judy Caffee Fred, in bad with Rita Larry Webb Leory, Fred ' s pal Bob Dull Keith, Fred ' s rival Eric Sprunger Harvey, Keith ' s man Friday Marvin Kirchhofer O ' Brien, an officer of the law Lynn Hall Mr. Midnight, a prowler Glen Colpaert We, the Senior Class of Geneva High School, wish to say a hearty " thank you " to Mrs. Neuenschwan- der for directing our play, and also to Mr. Hanni for his valuable assistance. 20 c L A S s J u N I o R P L A Y I 9 6 2 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ten Armantrout Jim Walker BEST ALL AROUND Jean Baumer Bill Havvbaker MOST TALENTED Amie Lehman Ann Gillespie MOST POPULAR Sally Schisler Ted Toland BEST DRESSED Brenda Affolder Eric Sprunger MOST ATHLETIC Wanda Sprunger Bob Dull MOST COMICAL Kathy Beeler Glen Colpaert MOST CO-OPERATIVE Jean Nevil Lynn Hall 22 CLASSES ft i 9. 1 1 1 9 9 « — 1 o % .d l ' w 13 FIRST ROW: Donna Amstutz, Douglas Bauman, Ferral Booher, Barbara Brubaker, Jerry Buckingham, Gretchen Burke, Donna Cook, Noel Daniel. SECOND ROW: Sandy Davis, Larry Doherty, Shirley Fellers, Jane Fosnaugh, Gladys Franks, Ellen Gerber, Peggy Grile, Jerry Grogg. THIRD ROW: Roy Haines, Dean Hall, Donna Hodgin, Sally Hoffman, Karen Hofstetter, Darleen Hough, Terry Jones, Roger Lautzenhiser. FOURTH ROW: Darlene Lee, Anita Lehman, John Lehman, Lois Long, Judy Ludy, Bob McCabe, Linda Minton, Judy Mosser. FIFTH ROW: Tom Myers, True Myers, Mike Newcomer, Jim Rich, Phil Thorton, Connie Tyner, Janice Walker, Nancy Weidler. SIXTH ROW: Bonnie Wheeler, Carl Zimmerman, Donna Fosnaugh. Sponsors, Mrs. LaVaun Muth, and Mr. Francis Wellman. Gary Zuercher is not pictured. JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Roger Lautzenheiser VICE PRESIDENT Judy Ludy SECRETARY Barbara Brubaker TREASURER Gretchen Burke 24 ROW ONE: Gloria Amstutz, Grace Amstutz, Sharon Armstrong, Jean Augsburger, Linda Baumgartner, John Binegar, Jim Biberstein, Doug Bixler. ROW TWO: Ronnie Bollenbacher, Jeff Brown, Janet Sue Burke, Kandy Doherty, Doug Edgar, Cheryl Eicher, Nancy Fogle, Don Gillespie. ROW THREE: Cary Hanni, Linda Hawbaker, David Hirshy, Philip Hough, Gary Huffman, Marsha Jones, John Lee, Angela Lehman. ROW FOUR: Gloria Lough, Terry Mann, Sheldon Mathys, John Mere, Bob Mosser, Tonya Mosser, Steve Murphy, Jane Neuenschwander. ROW FIVE: Ronnie Ralston, Mary Rich, Ruth Sprunger, Elizabeth Teeter, Richard Teeter, Kathy Tschannen, Kitty Tyner, Ronnie Vorhees. ROW SIX: Mary Wagner, Shelby Workinger, William Kipfer, Sponsor. SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Cary Hanni VICE PRESIDENT Angela Lehman SECRETARY Tonya Mosser TREASURER Linda Baumgartner 25 FIRST ROW: Mai J. Banta, Bill Baumer, Connie Bauserman, Janet Beer, James Brubaker, Marlene Buck- ingham, Steven Cress, Linda Fellers, Ronald Fosnaugh, Robert Grile, Tom Hart. SECOND ROW: Dianne Hendricks, Linda Hix, Julia Hodgin, George Hurst, Sue Jones, Jim Langham, Kathy Lehman, Oryln Leh- man, Jon Lybarger, Sally Minton, Margie McGough, Randy Moore. THIRD ROW: Laura Morningstar, Rodney Mosser, Ronnie Mosser, Toni Mosser, Susan Murphy, Judy Neuenschwander, Marjean Nuensch- wander, Steve Neuenschwander, Terry Nevil, Robert Raugh, Janice Smitley, Robert Toland. FOURTH ROW: Dale Uhrick, Susan Weaver, Janice Whislcr, Mrs. Alice Rhoades Sponsor. Carl Burgess is not pictured. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Ronnie Mosser VICE PRESIDENT Jim Brubaker SECRETARY Kathy Lehman TREASURER Marjean Neuenschwander 26 27 •VT fj • ' ;• 4 A « . v ¥ t?Si f Jl ,ii 1119 i FIRST ROW: Delno Abnet, Ronda Affolder, Deryll Amstutz, Kathy Anderson, Nick Armstrong, Jack Aspy, John Baumbauer, Mike Baumgartner. SECOND ROW: Gail Beer, Dave Booher, Judy Brown, John Buckingham, Harlow Burgess, Sammy Butcher, George Cott, Gary Dailey. THIRD ROW: Brenda Daniel, Patty Davis, Carol Doherty, Faye Edgar, Danny Gerber, Karen Hanni, Barbara Hawbaker, Paula Hawes. FOURTH ROW: Dorwin Hendricks, Teresa Hiday, Susanne Hoffstetter, Kathy Hurst, Roberta Ineichen, Gary Jones, Bernard Lautzenheiser, Roger Lautzenheiser. FIFTH ROW: Jim Lehman, Mary Lybarger, Elaine Momingstar, Steve Mosser, Nancy Neuenschwander, Pat Newcomer, Dean Parrett, Roger Raugh. SIXTH ROW: Barbara Shimp, Myra Stevens, Karen Stauffer, Steve Simmons, Greg Thornton, Darryl Tumbleson, Dale Wagner, Judy Walker. SEVENTH ROW: Linda Watkins, Betty Weaver, Diana Wolf, Bobby Zimmerman, Mrs. Katherine Stahl, Sponsor. EIGHTH GRADE PRESIDENT . SECRETARY Sam Butcher VICE PRESIDENT Karen Stauffer Faye Edgar TREASURER Kathy Hurst 28 GRADE SEVEN FIRST ROW: Ruth Amstutz, Connie Aspy, John Auker, Steve Baily, Kathy Bauman, Ellen Beitler, Ricky Bergman, Greg Bixler. SECOND ROW: Don Burke, Dennis Caffee, Howard Campbell, Jim Dailey, Gene Dailey, Debbie Davidson, Alfred Feaster, Billy Garringer. THIRD ROW: Nancy Gerber, Lynn Gillespie, Eugene Hall, Phil Hough, Frank Howe, Diane Keller, Connie Lehman, Lee Lehman. FOURTH ROW: Neil McGough, Mike Mere, Karen Minton, Carol Mosser, Bob Neuenschwander, Peggie Ralston, Marcia Smith, Rodney Smitley. FIFTH ROW: Becky Sprunger, Ronnie Tschannen, Carol Tumbleson, Stanley Van Emon, Paul Wagner, Dan Weidler, Cindy Wilhoite, Carol Yoss. SIXTH ROW: Mrs. Anita Houser and Mrs. Agnes Shoemaker--Sponsors. CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Don Burke VICE PRESIDENT Paul Wagner SECRETARY Connie Lehman TREASURER Lynn Gillespie 29 GRADE SIX 11 it ' ll ia FIRST ROW: Paul Abnet, Esther Amstutz, Curtis Armstrong, Steve Buckingham, Mike Fenstermaker, Lonnie Fravel, Arlyn Hendricks, Ted Hiday. SECOND ROW: Jackie Hurst, Glen Lehman, Buddy Minton, Debby Neuenschwander, Patti Neuenschwander, Harry Rich, Ronnie Stauffer, Linda Teeter. THIRD ROW: Lester Wagner, Mr. Ross Johnson. FIRST ROW: Mike Anderson, Sara Biberstein, Kay Beitler, Susan Bixler, Tim Booher, John Briggs, Robert Buckey, Marilyn Houser. SECOND ROW: Phil Liechty, Linda Mosser, Steve Pearson, Marvin Smith, Diana Smitley, Roger Smitley, Jay Welches, Greg Werst. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Wolf, Wayne Yoss, Mr. Harold Long. 30 GRADE FIVE ROW ONE: Hal Armstrong, Leon Amstutz, Rebecca Amstutz, Beverly Bailey, Kathy Beer, Mike Doherty, Brian Dynes, Gary Fosnaugh. ROW TWO: John Hall, Patricia Hawes, DeLane Hendrick, Patty Huffman, Jana Jones, Cosey Luke, Mary McGough, Ned Neuenschwander. ROW THREE: Luann Purdy, Sandra Ralston, Ricky Smith, Judy Sprunger, Randy Toland, Janis Tumbleson, Ladonna Werst, Janelle Whisler. ROW FOUR: Janet Zimmerman, Mrs. Edith Walter. ROW ONE: Larry Aspy, Delores Bergman, Linda Bixler, Paul Bietler, James Davidson, Janelle Derrickson, Robert Garringer, Dennis Gerber. ROW TWO: Kevin Hanni, James Hawbaker, Von Jones, Angela Keller, Paul Lehman, Sandra Lichtenberger, Joan Minnich, Ruby Morningstar. ROW THREE: Richard Murphy, Russell Myers, Sandra Neuenschwander, Tonya Riesen, Susan Stevens, Edith Treece, Debbie Tyner, Michael Van Emon. ROW FOUR: Barbara Workinger, Ronald Yoss, Mrs. Ruth Hunt. 31 GRADE FOUR FIRST ROW: Sharon Amstutz, Harry Anderson, James Bailey, William Beeler, Beth Beer, Ted Biberstein, Deborah Brandt, James Buckingham, Paula Burgess, Darrell Dailey, Kristy Doherty, Justin Fosnaugh. SECOND ROW: Gary Fravel, Susan Haines, Billie Hix, Maria Hodgin, Lawrence Keller, Patricia Liechty, Allen Mann, Steven Minnich, Bradley Mosser, Marcia Myers, Linda Neuenschwander Freddie Pyle. THIRD ROW: Stanley Smitley, Dale Sprunger, Dennis Van Emon, James Weidler, Mr. Lloyd Munro. k Jk FIRST ROW: Dennis Affolder, Deanna Bailey, Gerald Bailey, Keith Barnes, Bobby Beeler, David Beitler, Randy Bergman, Richard Briggs, Roy Brooks, Jerry Burk, Michael Engle, David Fosnaugh. SECOND ROW: Karen Fravel, Sharon Frazc, Jody Grogg, Bobby Haines, Jackie Hawes, Donnie Lehmann, Ricky Lichtenberger, Jim Mere, Nick Minnich, Shirley Mosser, Bobby Muth, Jeff Pearson. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Shimp, Betty K. Schwartz, David Smith, Jean Sprunger, Jana Thornton, Elaine Weaver, Donald Walter, Mr. Cornett. 32 GRADE THREE FIRST ROW: Carolyn Armstrong, William Booher, Deborah Buckey, Gail Cottrell, Randy Cress, Janene Derrickson, Wanda Fogle, Ray Gerber. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Hawbaker, Carolyn Hunt, Thomas Kuhn, Kathy Lichtenberger, Michael Nelson, Deborah Norton, Ricky Smith, Joy Welches. THIRD ROW: Lee Wheeler, Lyn Wheeler, Marilyn Yoss, Mrs. Frances Logan, Susan Buckey, not pictured. FIRST ROW: Suanne Amstutz, Samuel Beitler, Connie Bergman, Randall M. Bixler, Randall L. Bixler, Andrew Briggs, Donald Dailey, Jocelyn Davidson. SECOND ROW: Vickie Doherty, James Galloway, Linda Hendricks, Judith Houser, Cynthia Lee, Sherman Minton, Gyneth Neuenschwander, Keith " B " Parr, Jr. THIRD ROW: Beth Pearson, Marvin Schwartz, Steven Smith, Joyce Tumbleson, Sara Workinger, Miss Kathryn Scholer. GRADE TWO a a i £ $ - FIRST ROW: Debbie Affolder, Mark Banta, Susan Beer, Michelle Besser, Terry Burgess, Elaine Cott, Laura Ellis, Cindy Fravel. SECOND ROW: Karen Gerber, Kim Haines, Bobby Hanni, Kevin Hofstetter, Christina Keller, Donnie Kuhn, Pamela Mosser, Ricky Neuenschwander. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Norton, Bonnie Ralston, Johnny Rich, Steve Riesen, David Stauffer, Susan Zuercher, Mrs. Patricia Amstutz. Not Pictured Anita Gates and Ira Lehman. 9 9 1% 1JL 3L 1 f X jT via FIRST ROW: Daniel Abnet, John Paul Amstutz, Allen Aspy, Allan Bailey, Cheryl Bailey, Becky Burgess, David Dubach, Vicki Fosnaugh. SECOND ROW: Suzanne Herman, Tim Hiday, Frank Hix, Karen Horn, Stanley Hunt, Kathi Keller, Thomas Muth, Stan Neuenschwander. THIRD ROW: James Nevil, Virgil Nevil, Jill Newcomer, George Purdy, Kenneth Schwartz, Janet Smith, Douglas Smitley, Thomas Sprunger. FOURTH ROW: Ronald Stevens, Karen Van Emon, Mrs. Mary Isch. Jacqueline Tschannen is not pictured. 34 GRADE ONE FIRST ROW: Jerry Amstutz, Matthew Armstrong, Max Augsburger, Carolyn Beitler, Steven Brandt, Margie Dailey, Cynthia Dubach, Ann Franks. SECOND ROW: Lois Fraze, Michael Hirschy, Brenda Hunt, Denise Lehman, Ruth Mann, Vickie Mosser, Eric Riesen, Carol Smitley. THIRD ROW: Wenda Sprunger, James Timmons, Michael Vorhees, Arlene Weidler, Terry White, Miss Catherine Fravel, Danny Gates, not pictured. FIRST ROW: Jerry Amstutz, Norman Amstutz, Rita Aspy, Susan Beeler, Timmy Bergman, Vickie Burgess, Robert Denney, Jill Fosnaugh. SECOND ROW: Rikki Herman, John Hofstetter, Dean Lehman, Deborah Lichtenberger, Ronald McCollum, Wilson Parr, Deborah Simon, Gaye Sprunger. THIRD ROW: Jared Sprunger, Rodney Stucky, Ned Van Emon, Sara Walter, Eunice Wheeler, Miss Nancy Houser. 35 AWARDS " Well! " We finally did it. We placed first in the Jay County League and won the Adams County Baseball Championship. Ann Gillespie and Amie Lehman have been awarded honor sweaters for being on the Honor Roll throughout their high school career. Teri Armantrout was the win- ner of the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award. We wish to congratu- late her for this honor. Senior Lettermcn 36 ORGANIZATIONS BOWLING CLUB Y.F.C. if II (f tj Y.F.C. QUIZ TEAM 38 NEWSPAPER STAFF «% FUTURE FARMERS ■ " fc ffi OF AMERICA PEP BAND 39 CONCERT BAND BAND OFFICERS 40 MARCHING BAND • _ S 1 ■t -to t- gL r 1 V 1 1 1 r - w y R ' 1 n n ' t ' ft " ; % I ' ■ n tf i 1 a | STAGE BAND 41 JUNIOR BAND COLOR GUARDS Joan Augsbuger Karen Hofstetter DRUM MAJORETTE Sallie Schisler FEATURE TWIRLER Jean Nevil TWIRLERS Lois Long Donna Hodgin Sally Hoffman Gretchen Buike Judy Mosser 42 ATHLETICS V A R S I T Y DONNA HODGIN GRETCHEN BURKE BARBARA BRUBAKER JUDY MOSSER ■14 PEP CLUB -f t «t i,, i f,.f ' . i f . — t : II % % Second Team Cheerleaders Tonya Mosser Karen Hofstetter Mary Lou Rich 45 GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President Jean Baumer Vice President Wanda Sprunger Treasurer Sue Neuenschwander Secretary Karen Hofstetter Reporter Sally Schisler Sponsor Mrs. Rhoades 46 VARSITY BASEBALL ADAMS-JAY LEAGUE ADAMS COUNTY LEAGUE WE WE 11 Redkey 2 10 Dunkirk 3 11 Portland 1 7 Portland 4 7 Bryant 6 12 Redkey 2 15 Dunkirk 1 10 Pennville 4 Pennville 2 19 Bryant 1 ADAMS-JAY PLAYOFFS 16 ... . Pleasant Mills ... 2 12. . . . Adams Central- • • 8 19 ... . Berne 5 3 . . . . Decatur 6 4 . . . . Mommouth 5 5 . . . . Berne 10 11 ... . Adams Central. ■ • 3 4 . . . . Decatur 4 6 - . . . Mommouth 5 ADAMS COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP WE WE Redkey . Portland Mommouth 2 Berne 5 47 TRACK CROSS COUNTRY HI W 48 VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 49 COACHES HARRY ANDERSON HEAD COACH BILL MORRIS ASSISTANT COACH ROBERT CONNERS FOOTBALL COACH JUNIOR HIGH COACH FRANK WELLMAN C-TEAM COACH 50 51 Mike Newcomer, Guard Roger Lautzenheiser, Guard G E N E V A Jerry Buckingham, Forward Ron Bollenbacher, Center Tom Hirschy, Guard 52 Bill Hawbaker, Forward Bob Dull, Forward Bob McCabe, Center Larry Webb, Forward Ted Toland, Forward _____ _ __ 53 SECOND TEAM FRESHMAN TEAM 54 EIGHTH GRADE TEAM SEVENTH GRADE TEAM 55 JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Karen Stauffer Ronda Affolder Fay Edgar Patty Davis ' J w •- B Sk ' ■ « FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Julia H odgin Toni Mosser Margie McGough Marjean Neuensch wander BsBb STUDENT MANAGERS Glen Colpaert John Mere John Buckingham (Not Pictured) 56 ' .xfsiv: ADVERTISING DONORS The La Rue Shoppe Geneva, Indiana J. O. R. 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BIXLER INSURANCE Geneva Indiana MANNl PLUMBING SHOP Water Systems Furnaces Plumbing Fixtures Phone 368-7626 Residence 368-7620 Geneva Indiana Compliments of EASTERN INOIANA OIL SUPPLY CO. Sinclair Products Goodrich Tires " Eventually We Will Be Recommended to You " Geneva, Indiana Berne, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Portland, Indiana Celina, Ohio ANDY ' S PLACE Geneva Indiana FARMERS FEED MILL Dealer in State Pilot and Wayne Feeds Custom Grinding and Molasses Milling Berry ' s Gro-Coated Seeds and Fertilizers Phone 368-7810 Geneva Indiana NUDOR OF INDIANA The Best in Sliding Glass Doors Windows Phone 368-7281 Geneva Indiana THE GENEVA HERALD Weekly Newspaper Job Printing Phone 368-7313 FLICK ' BODY $H0P Phone 2-2333 618 Parr Road Geneva Indiana Berne Indiana Oldest State Bank in Indiana THE THE FIRST STATE BAMK PEOPLE ' S BANK OF DECATUR. 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Neuen (Manager) Phone 2-2175 Berne Indiana C.T. . OF BERNE INC. 406 Parr Road Phone 2-2107 Berne Indiana FIR$T BANK OF BERNE Organized in 1891 For All Banking Services Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve System THE BERNE WITNEtf Published by Publisher ' s Printing House, Inc. Printers --Publishers --Binders 117 East Main Street Berne Indiana BERNE EQUITY EXCHANGE CO. Dealers in Grain, Seed, Fence and Fertilizer Chattanooga Ohio Linn Grove Indiana Tama Ohio Berne Indiana Main Office in Berne, Indiana Better Service . . . Better Quality THE HABIT CLEANERS For Guaranteed Odorless Cleaning We Moderate Our Own Modern Plant Phone 2-Z305 Berne Indiana STUCKY ' 5 GAS AND APPLIANCES Home of Leading Lines Phone 368-7228 Geneva Indiana FRANKLIN ELECTRIC CO. INC Manufacturers of Dependable Motors Bluff ton Indiana SERVING THE MUSICAL INTERESTS DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE 136 W. Second St. Decatur Indiana Phone 3-3353 James C. Webb Edward J. Heiman JOHN W. KARCtt STONE CO. Crushed Stone Agriculture Lime Top Fill Dirt Congratulations Seniors of ' 63 Best Wishes and Success BERNE BER.NE OVERALL CO. INC. 5i TO ! 104 East Main Street The Paint and Wallpaper Spot Phone 2-2153 Berne Indiana Berne Indiana FISH CROONS FARM IMPLEMENT INC. 5H0ULT$ John Deere Sales Service 5TUDI0 330 Godfrey Avenue Portraiture --Scenery Commercial Enlarging Phone 2517 Portraits in Oils ... Celina Ohio Phone Wabash 942-1284 Phone 7261 Chattanooga Ohio 409 East Jay Dunkirk Indiana Li. Luther Yager J. Jerome Yager YAGER FURNITURE Made by Berne in Berne YAGER FUNERAL HOME Oxygen Equipment Ambulance Service Berne Indiana Congratulations Class of " 63 " FRANK ' S PLUMBING HEATING Phone 368-7508 Geneva Indiana MASTER ' S WRECKING YARD Wrecking Service Auto Repair New and Used Parts U.S. 27 and Indiana 67 Phone 2-6590 Bryant Indiana Congratulations Class of ' 63 BERNE -GENEVA LIVESTOCK SALES CO. P. B. Stewart Co. GREEN BELT CHEMICAL CO. Midwest ' s Fastest Growing Co. Fertilizing Granulets Phone 2-6655 Bryant Indiana KLEINHENZ STOCKYARDS Willshire Chattanooga Ohio Bryant Indiana Geneva Pure Service Since 1944 WALKER ' S SERVICE STATION (fPUREi) V il V Marathon Gas and Oil Cooper Tires Complete Auto Repair Geneva Indiana Television and Antenna Service GENEVA Car and Home Radio Repair MANUFACTURING CORP. CURLY ' S T.V. SERVICE Bryant 2-6167 R.R. 2 Geneva Indiana Geneva Indiana GENEVA LOCKER SERVICE BUCKMASTER DRUG CO. Custom Butchering Curing Freezing Groceries Druggists Melvin Bixler Phone 368-7480 Geneva, Indiana Geneva Indiana STANDARD OIL C. R. JACKSON, JEWELER 137 East Main 105 S. Main St. Watch Repairing J vfelry Geneva Indiana Portland Indiana STUCKY FURNITURE COMPANY GRABER INSURANCE INC. Complete Home Furnishings Insurance Bonds Phone 2-2904 Monroe Indiana P. O. Box 84 U.S. 27 North Berne Indiana MORANDS " 66 " SERVICE MARKET Don Lee Moore RAINBOW CLEANETTE Wash In Air . Conditioned Comfort Rain-Soft Water Open 24 Hours a Day We Invite All Our Fine Neighbors To Come To Visit Us and Get Acquainted Berne Indiana Geneva Indiana JACK KERNS CHEVROLET LAUX Celina- -Route 29 Phone 5131 GROCERY AND HARDWARE " Where Customers Send Their Friends " Celina Indiana New Corydon Indiana A. J. BRIGGS SONS COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. HARDWARE 510-520 East Arch Street i Phone 368-7444 Geneva Indiana Portland Indiana ADAMS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. D. Burdette Custer Robert G. Smith Phone 3-2154 1 13 North SecondSt. Decatur, Indiana Phone 368-7464 436 Line St. Geneva, Indiana DIERKES ' IMPLEMENT SALES Massey Ferguson Equipment U.S. 27 and 224 Decatur Indiana THELMA ' S CLOTHING Baby Clothing Carol Rodger ' s Dresses Jr. Sizes " Apparel for All the Family at Reasonable Prices " PHIL MIZ AUCTION CO AUCTIONEERS - REAL ESTATE OFFICE PHONE 2-2903 BOX 43 BERNE. INDIANA Phil neuenschwanoer Phonc 2-83S5 Miz Lehman Pkoni 2-261S Geneva Indiana MOSER MOSER MFG COMPANY Edwin T. Moser, Manager Phone 368-7247 445 Wayne Trace and MOSER AND MOSER APIARY Edwin T. Moser, Manager 445 Wayne Trace Phone 368-7247 Geneva, Indiana CARDINAL INN Home Cooked Dinners Home Made Pies Sandwiches and Short Orders Geneva Indiana HARDY AND HARDY Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service Day and Night Phone 368-7676 AFFOLDER IMPLEMENT SALES Allis-Chalmers- -New Idea New Holland Sales Sales and Service Phone 2-2964 Geneva Indiana Berne Indiana W. M. MANUFACTURING, INC. THE CITIZENS BANK OF PORTLAND Established 1875 Phone 368-7410 112 W. Main Phone 72 6-7116 Geneva Indiana Portland Indiana RAINBOW 66 SERVICENTER L. LANDRUMS ' SONS U.S. 27 at High Street Auto Body Paint Shop Phone 386-7610 Phone 6-6461 Complete Car Service J. V. Smitley, Mgr. Ralph Smitley, Jr. Monroe Indiana Geneva Indiana HOFSTETTER MOTOR SALES, INC. NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Auto- -Fire --Life Services for Studebaker Phone 368-7430 Automobiles and Authorized Sales 430 East Shackley St. Phone 368-7307 In Service with People Geneva Indiana Geneva Indiana Geneva Indiana THE PAY LESS DON AND DICK ' S BARBER SHOP Featuring Quality Clothing Don Stevens j Richard Zeigler for Less and GRAY ' S KEEP -U -NEAT Geneva Indiana Quality Cleaning FORREST BALSIGER Your Sinclair-Oldsmobile International Harvester Dealer Phone 2-2231 Phone 2-2218 Berne Indiana Si WN. CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING Linn Grove, Ind. Ph. 5-5478 KOZY KORNER Home of the Family Style Smorgasbord Saturday Night Sunday Noon Geneva Indiana AFFOLDER SON Fresh Eggs in Cartons Night or Day Geneva Indiana CITY BARBER SHOP Jack Cavanaugh Murray Berry Geneva Indiana HAFFNERS 5£ to $1.00 STORE Brachs Finest Chocolate Geneva Indiana FELLER ' S GROCERY Groceries Gas Phone 368-7860 Geneva Indiana R. B. THOMAS Precision Machine Work Phone Linn Grove 5-5586 R. R. 1 Geneva Indiana NAAS FOODS INC, The Best in Tomato Products Geneva Indiana LESTER BICKEL INSURANCE Phone 726-8682 207 N. Meridian Street Portland Indiana KLIP KURL 368-7840 210 Hall Street Betty Hirschy Gene ' Indiana Berne Indiana BERNE AMERICAN LEGION Post 468 H F BAKERY Grover Flauding Phone 726-42562 Portland Indiana E F FIFTH WHEEL TRUCK STOP Jet. 18-27-67 Bryant Indiana DUTCH MILL Phone 2366 Bluff ton Indiana THE LIMBERLOST MOTEL Phone 2-6712 Bryant Indiana Owned by Those We Serve JAY COUNTY R. E. M. C. Phone 726-7121 Portland Indiana MIX MILL INC. P. O. Box 328 Bluffton Indiana POPULAR DRIVE -INN North of Berne on U.S. 27 Counter-Curb-Carry Out Phone 2-2077 MENNONITE BOOK CONCERN Books- -Bibles- -Greeting Cards School Supplies- -Office Supplies Typewriters Berne Indiana BERNE HIWAY HATCHERY Honegger Layers It ' s Net Earnings That Counts SERV -US -STORE, INC. Hardware and Electrical Supplies Giftware- -Phone 2-2212 Berne Indiana SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 212 N. Meridian St. Phone 726-7191 Portland Indiana MOORE ' S STORE Auto Accessories Parts Motorola T.V. Phone 2-2204 Berne Indiana R. L. LA BRUN Poultry E gg s ADAMS COUNTY TRAILER SALES INC. Willshire Phone 109F22 Chattnooga Ohio Phone 3-3138 Decatur Indiana THE HILLTOP GROCERY Petroleum Phone 2545 Domestic Indiana UHRICK BROTHERS Radio- -Television- -Furniture Carpet and Appliances Phone 3-4109 Decatur Indiana DOCTOR FREDERICK F. SPRUNGER Optometrist Office 65 N. Jefferson Berne Indiana BERNE HARDWARE Phone 2-2191 FROM THE BEGINNING 5i fc r$ r, Cfv gj v The Twelve Year Class TO The Graduating Class THE END 80 antos|raph§ % w
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