Geneva High School - Legend Yearbook (Geneva, IN)

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LEGEND N I N ETEEN S IXJ Y FIVE THE LEGEND OF 1965 is presented by the Senior class of Geneva High School. -6 E D I CAT ION We, the members of the Geneva Class of ' 65, dedicate this twenty-fifth edition of THE LEGEND to William Kipfer and Jerry Carey who were sponsors while we were underclassmen, to Thomas Agler and Robert Hanni, our present sponsors, and to Mrs. Runyon, our yearbook advisor. SENIORS AUTOGRAPHS President . . . Cary Hanni Vice-President . . . Don Gillespie Treasurer . . . Linda Baumgartner Secretary . . . Tonya Mosser CLASS FLOWER} RED ROSE CLASS GOUOftS: ■- ' ' •;?-■ CLASS MOTTO: we t AuhJcn; WHER£WIUl WE: ANCHOR : -? w i- ; .- ;. : if aa% GLORIA JEAN AMSTUTZ GRACE ANN AMSTUTZ SHARON LUCILLE ARMSTRONG JOHN BINEGAR SHARON ANN BILLINGTON DOUGLAS BIXLER JUDY ANN BIXLER PATTY LOU FIELDS NANCY SUEFOGLE CARY LEIGH HANNI LINDA HAWBAKER DAVID ALLEN HIRSCHY PHILLIP DeWAYNE HOUGH GARY RICHARD HUFFMAN MARSHA LYNN JONES JOHN MERE JIM MESHBERGER BOB MOSSER TONYA DEE MOSSER MARY LOU RICH ANN MARGRET STEINER CATHY TSCHANNEN RONALD VORHEES SENIOR ACTIVITIES GLORIA AMSTUTZ--Rekamemoh Club 1; Y.F.C. 1,2; GAA 3,4; Chorus 4; Pep Club 4; Annual Staff 4. GRACE AMSTUTZ-- Rekamemoh Club 1; Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Vice President Y.F.C. 3,4; Y.F.C. Quiz Team Coach 2; Co-editor of Annual 4. SHARON ARMSTRONC--Rekamemoh Club 1; Y.F.C. 1,2; GAA 2,3,4; Choir 4; Pep Club 4; Annual Staff 4. JEAN AUGSBURGER— Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Color Guard and Twirler 3,4; Choir 3,4; Pep Club 1,4; Annual Staff 4. BILL BAUMBAUER— Geneva 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Class Officer 2; Bowling 2,3; Annual Staff 4. LLNDA BAUMGARTNER-- Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 2,3,4; Choir 4; Annual Staff 4. JIM BIBERSTEIN— Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3; Class Play 3; Vegetable Judging 1,2,3,4. JOHN BINEGAR--Science Club 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Track 1,4; Annual Staff 4. SHARON BILLINGTON--Hartford 1,2; Y.F.C. 1,2; GAA 1,2,3; Geneva 3,4; Choir 1,4; Annual Staff 4. DOUG BIXLER- -Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Golf Team 4; Annual Staff 4. JUDY BIXLER- -Hartford 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2,4; Geneva 3,4; Choir 1,4; Annual Staff 4. RON BOLLENBACHER- -Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. JEFF BROWN— Band 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Cross Country 2,3,4; Class Play 3. JANET SUE BURKE--Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Class Play 3; Stage Band 4; Choir 4. KAREN BURKE--Choir 1; GAA 1,2,3; Class Officer 2,3; Cheerleader 3; Class Play 3; Band 3. KANDY DOHERTY-- Rekamemoh 1; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Color Guard 3,4; Choir 3,4; Annual Staff 4. MARY ANN DUFF --Hartford 1,2; Class Officer 1,2; Newspaper 2; Geneva 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Pep Club 4. DOUG EDGAR- -Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2,4; Bowling Club 1,2,3; DCE 4; Annual Staff 4. PAT FIELDS- -Columbia City 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2; FHA 1,2; Geneva 3,4; GAA 4; Choir 4. NANCY FOGLE--Rekamemoh Club 1; Y.F.C. 1,2; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Choir 4; Annual Staff 4. DON GILLESPIE- -Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Class Play 3. JANIS HABEGGER- -Hartford 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Geneva 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,3,4; Annual Staff 4. CARY HANNI--Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,2,3,4. LINDA HAWBAKER--Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Class Play 3; GAA 4; Choir 4. DAVE HIRSCHY--FFA 1,2,3,4; Dairy Judging 2,3,4; Soil Judging 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1; Annual Staff 4. PHIL HOUGH--Science Club 1; Bowling Club 2; Newspaper Club 3; DCE 4; Annual Staff 4. GARY HUFFMAN— Bowling Club 2,3; Basketball 1; Football 1; Pep Club 2,3; Annual Staff 4. MARSHA JONES— Pep Club 2,3,4; GAA 1,3; Class Play 3; Choir 4; Annual Staff 4. DARLENE KELLY— Rekamemoh 2; Geneva 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4. BOB KIRCHHOFER— FFA 1,2,3,4; Livestock Judging 2,3,4; Track 1,4; Football 3,4; Soil Judging 3,4; Annual Staff 4. ANGELA LEHMAN— Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Y.F.C. Quiz Team 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Class Play 3; Co-editor of An- nual 4; President of Y.F.C. 4. GLORIA LOUGH— Geneva 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; GAA 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4. SHELDON MATHYS- -Football 1,2,3,4; Bowling Club 1,2; Track 3,4; Class Play 3; Annual Staff 4. JOHN MERE—Geneva 1,2,3,4; Bowling Club 1; Football Manager 2; Newspaper 2; DCE 4; Annual Staff 4. JIM MESHBERCER— Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,4; Class Officer 2,3; Bowling Club 4; Football 4; Hartford 1,2. BOB MOSSER— Science Club 1; Basketball 1,2; Bowling Club 4; Annual Staff 4. TONYA MOSSER— Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Class Play 3; Twirler 4. STEVE MURPHY— Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,3,4; Cross Country 3; Track 3; FFA 1,2,3,4. JANE NEUENSCHWANDER- -Y.F.C. 1,2,3,4; Rekamemoh 1; GAA 2; Annual Staff 4. DIXIE PHARR—Hartford 1,2; GAA 1,2; Choir 1,2,4; Geneva 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4. RON RALSTON—Football 1; Band 1; Bowling Club 1,2; Annual Staff 4. VIRGINIA RHODEHAMEL- -Geneva 3,4; Blue Triangle 1,2; Pep Club 2,4; GAA 3,4; Choir 3,4; Annual Staff 4. MARY RICH—Cheerleader 1,2,4; Pep Club 1,3; Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 2,4; Twirler 3,4; Choir 4. ANN STEINER-- Hartford 1,2; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,4; Geneva 3,4; Cheerleader 3; Annual Staff 4. CATHY TSCHANNEN- -Geneva 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4. RON VORHEES — Science Club 1; Bowling 2,3; Annual Staff 4. MARY LOU WACNER—Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Rekamemoh 1; GAA 3; Annual Staff 4. PATTY WEAVER- -Hartford 1,2; Class Officer 2; Geneva 3,4; Y.F.C. 3,4; Choir 2,4; Annual Staff 4. SHARYL WHITE— Geneva 3,4; Choir 3,4; GAA 3,4; Pep Club 3; Class Play 3; Annual Staff 4. SHELBY WORKINCER— Rekamemoh 1; Y.F.C. 1,4; GAA 2,3; Choir 3,4; Newspaper 4; Annual Staff 4. SENIOR AWARDS SENIOR AWARD JACKETS Jim Meshberger, John Binegar, Ron Bol- lenbacher, Sheldon Mathys, Doug Bixler, Steve Muiphy, Bob Kirch - hofer, Jeff Brown, Cary Hanni, Don Gillespie. SCHOOL WINNER OF THE AMER- ICAN LEGION SPEECH CONTEST Grace Anstutz, Teacher: Mr. Mc- intosh. SCHOOL FINALISTS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION SPEECH CONTEST Cary Hanni, Linda Hawbaker, Grace Amstutz, Angela Lehman, Sue Burke. Teacher: Mr. Mcintosh. BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKERS OF TOMORROW AWARD Grace Amstutz, Teacher: Mrs. Muth. SENIOR HONOR SWEATERS STANDING: Cary Hanni, Don Gillespie, Jim Biberstein, Jeff Brown. SITTING: Sharyl 13 White, Angela Lehman, Grace Amstutz, Linda Hawbaker. 1 L 1 lliniiiiir V . ' m Wf { mm wL V ■ i 11 ■! L 1 1 In W km HOT WATER HENRY On Friday, April 7, 1964, the juniors presented " Hot Water Henry, " a three act comedy, as follows: The cast was JUDY MARTIN- -Better known as " The Worm " Sue Burke MRS. MARTIN--A devoted mother Linda Hawbaker HENRY MARTIN--A 16-year-old woman hater Jeff Brown PAT MARTIN--Henry ' s older sister Marsha Jones LESTER PRICE--Pat ' s fiance; a soda jerker John Lee SPIKE DUNCAN- -Friend of Henry Sheldon Mathys SHIRLEY REED--A little lady with a big will Angela Lehman MR. SMITH--An old friend of Mrs. Martin Jim Biberstein BETSY SMITH- -A rootin 1 , tootin ' daughter of the old west Sharry White GRANDPA MARTIN— On the father ' s side Don Gillespie SUE DUN CAN- -Spike ' s sister Tonya Moser POLICE OFFICER--The town ' s finest Doug Bixler We, The Senior Class of Geneva High School, wish to say " thank you " to Mrs. Neuenschwander for directing our play. SENIOR PROPHECY Near the launching site in Hawaii, a large group of people were awaiting the blast off of a rocket, which was to carry Gary Huffman to Venus. Two women in the group suddenly recognized each other as former classmates. " Why, Kay Doherty, whatever are you doing in Hawaii? " " Well, Shelby Workinger, I ' m here for the same reason as you are. To see a former classmate make history. Speaking of history, did you know that David Hirschy was the first inhabitant of Mars? " " Isn ' t it wonderful to have a man from your own class, Jeff Brown, President of the United States. Sue Burke was his campaign manager. " " Yes, it is, Shelby. Oh, the other day I read an editorial in LOOK magazine which Linda Baumgartner wrote. It was about the new singing sensations, " Sheldon Mathys and the Four Quiet Ones. " His band consists of Don Gillespie on trombone, and Bob Mosser, Jim Meshberger, and Doug Bixler, all playing instruments designed by Mary Wagner. " " Some members of our class have left the United States. Grace Amstutz and her husband are missionaries in Haiti. Jim Biberstein is an engineer in Egypt. " " Yes, and Linda Hawbaker is a nurse in a hospital in France, where, by the way, Cary Hanni, the famous brain surgeon, is studying newer methods of surgery. Philip Hough is the owner of a chain of supermarkets here in Hawaii. " " Everybody seems to enjoy Hawaii. Virginia Rhodehamel ' s husband designed this rocket. They live next door to Angela Lehman and her husband and three daughters. " " Ron Bollenbacher won a gold medal at the Olympics last year. Bob Kirchhofer is a private detective in New York. Ann Steiner is the secretary to Ronnie Vorhees, a famous astronomer. Bill Baumbauer is traveling with a motorcycle show. " " Sheryl White is a lawyer, and is going to present the defendant ' s case to Judge Steve Murphy. Cathy Tschannen is the new Physical Education teacher at Geneva. Patty Weaver owns a large horse ranch in Texas. " " Karen Burke is living in New York with her husband and son. She designs hats to we ar with the hair styles I create. Jane Neuenschwander and Janis Habegger have both become teachers at Geneva. Doug Edgar has worked his way up to become manager of the Ford Motor Company. Mary Ann Duff is one of his secretaries. " " It seems several girls have made Geneva famous for its hair stylists. Dixie Pharr, Tonya Mosser, Patty Fields, and Mary Rich all work in the " Elite Shoppe " in Paris. Marsha Jones and Nancy Fogle have a thriving insurance business in Geneva. Sharon Armstrong and Gloria Amstutz are styling the stars ' hair. They are living in Hollywood. Judy Bixler and her executive husband now live in Alaska. " " While I was visiting in Geneva I stopped in to see Darlene Kelly and her husband. Gloria Lough, her hus- band, and children are residing in Berne, Indiana. See that little boy over there? That is one of Sharon Bil- lington ' s quints. He looks just like his father, doesn ' t he? " " Just before I left Indiana, I went to see the Indianapolis 500 race. John Mere was driving the winning car. " " Oh, it ' s time for the countdown. General John Binegar is on hand to witness it. There he goes. " " Well, I really must go now. I am to meet Jean Augsburger at the airport. We are on our way to England to style the Queen ' s hair. I am glad to have found out what all our former classmates are doing. I ' ll see you at our next class reunion. Good-bye Kay. " " Good-bye, Shelby. " K2ES BWMlgBBi «»— . -S f ' «», p ' .j| ' ' " .j ADMINISTRA TION AUTOGRAPHS CLAREN NEUENSCH- WANDER B.S. Butler; M.A. Indiana University; Superintendent of Schools. KENNETH VAN EMON B.S. Purdue; M.A. Ball State; Ass ' t Superintend- ent of Schools. ? " . •§ Q l " i« All ■I ji t " ' T ;v B |pij : :; -; w , « SOUTH ADAMS SCHOOL BOARD Left to Right: Les Lehman, Fred Fosnaugh, Pat Murphy, Dr. Norman Beaver, Corwin Newcomer. WILLIAM MORRIS B.S., M.A. Ball State; High School Principal. JERRY CAREY B.A., NLA. Ball State; Elementary Principal; Elementary Guidance. ROBERT HANNI B.S. Ball State; MS. Pur- due; Cuidancc Director. FRANCIS WELLMAN B.S., M.A. Ball State; Mathematics; Ass ' t Football Coach; Ass ' t Basketball Coach. JERRY McINTOSH B. S. Manchester; Speech; English; Ass ' t Track Coach. FLOYD HUGHES .S., Fredonia State (N.Y.); Band. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS MARGARET RHOADES AB. Georgetown; English. RUTH NEUENSCHWANDER A.B. North Central; French; English. DEAN STAHLY B.S. Ball State; Social Studies; Fresh. Basketball Coach; Track Coach. ALICE RHOADES B.S. Ball State; Business. KENNETH SMITH B.S. Ball State; Business; Mathematics. JERRY FARMER B.S. Huntington; Science; Mathematics. THOMAS AGLER B.S., MA. Ball State; So- cial Studies; Health; Basketball Coach; Cross Country Coach. DEAN FRY B.S. Huntington; Science. U v(v ROBERT CONNOR B.S. Ball State; Social Studies; Physical Education; Football Coach; Junior High Basketball Coach. JANICE WISE B.S. Ball State; Health Physical Education. ALBERT KOEHLER B.S., M.A. Purdue Agriculture AGNES SHOEMAKER B.S. Ball State Music, Art. CATHARINE RUNYON A.B., M.A. Ball State English, Librarian. FREEMAN BURKHALTER B.Mu.Ed. Northwestern M.Mu. Northwestern Ed.D. Columbia U. Choir. WILLIAM SPURGEON B.A. Central Normal M.A. Science. JAMES ARNOLD B.S., M.A. Ball State Diversified Co-operative Education. SUE SNYDER B.S. Ball State; Grade 2. NANCY HOUSER B.S., M.A. Ball State; Grade 1. CATHERINE FRAVEL B.S. Ball State; Grade 1. ELEMENTARY RUTH STAHLY B.S. Ball State; Grade 2. KATHRYN SMITH B.S. Ball State; Grade 3. FRANCES LOGAN B.S. Ball State; Grade 3. LLOYD MUNRO B.S. Ball State; Grade 4. RUTH HUNT B.S. Ball State; Grade 4. JOHN CORNETT B.A. Union (Ky.); M.A. Eastern State (Ky.); Grade 4. TEACHERS t s™ =L-X EDNA GLENDENING B.S. Indiana University; Grade 6. ROSS JOHNSON B.S. Cedarville; Grade 6. EDITH WALTER B.S. Ball State; Grade 5. HAROLD LONG B.S. Ball State; Grade 6. VELMA KINGSLEY Goshen College; Special Education. MARILYN AUGSBURGER B.S. Ball State; Music. FLOSSIE LYBARGER School Secretary BETTY BIXLER, R.N. School Nurse 26 COOKS From left to right: Jessie Branstetter Bessie Stauffer Martha McBarnes Dorcas Moser Clara Hofstetter JANITORS From left to right: Arnold Ivans Gail Hodgin Gerald Farlow BUS DRIVERS FRONT ROW— left to right: Wayne Derrickson Jerry Parr Delmer Stanley Ray Black BACK ROW: George Morgan Art Ford Chester Adams Iva Zeigler Bob Hofstetter (not pictured) CLASS OFFICERS Sophomore Ed Zeigler President Sam Butcher Vice-President Rhonda Affolder Secretary Karen Stauffer Treasurer John Stahly Vice-President Ronnie Mosser President Kathy Lehman Secretary Julia Hodgins Treasurer Freshman Ralph Haggard Vice-President Cindy Wilhoite Secretary Paul Wagner President Ronnie Tschannen Treasurer 28 JUNIORS FIRST ROW: Alan Bauman, William Baumer, Connie Bauserman, Janet Beer, James Brubaker, Marlene Buckingham, Carl Burgess. SECOND ROW: Philip Burry, Linda Fellers, Michael Fields, Ronald Fosnaugh, Tom Hart, Julia Hodgin, George Hurst. THIRD ROW: Sue Jones, Kathy Leh- man, Jon Lybarger, Margie McGough, Sally Minton, Rodney Mosser, Ronnie Mosser, Toni Mosser. FOURTH ROW: Susan Murphy, Judy Neuenschwander, Marjean Neuenschwander, Steve Neuen- schwander, Terry Nevil, Robert Rough, Gaila Runyon, Janice Smitley. FIFTH ROW: John Stahly, Bill Steiner, Bob Toland, Marjorie Wable, Susie Weaver, Kay Wheeler, Janice Whisler. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE: Mai J. Banta, Jerry Ellenberger. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES 5ii FIRST ROW: Rhonda Affolder, Terry Alberson, Derryll Amstutz, Cathy Anderson, Nic Armstrong, Jack Aspy, Jon Baumbauer, Mike Baumgartner. SECOND ROW: Gail Beer, Sam Butcher, Allen Billington, David Booher, John Buckingham, Judy Brown, George Cott, Gary Dailey. THIRD ROW: Carol Doherty, Faye Edgar, Ted Habegger, Karen Hanni, Barbara Hawbaker, Jerry Herman, Teresa Hiday, Susan Hofstetter. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Hurst, Gary Jones, Bernard Lautzenheiser, Dianne Lindsey, Mary Lybarger, Rosalyin Mertz, Steve Mosser, Dean Parrett. FIFTH ROW: Roger Rough, Calvin Roth, Richard Schmit, Sam Schwartz, Barbara Shimp, Steve Simmons, Karen Stauffer, Myra Stevens. SIXTH ROW: Greg Thornton, Darell Tumbleson, Dale Wagner, Judy Walder, Betty Weaver, Kelly Wheeler, Ed Zeigler, Bob Zimmerman. SEVENTH ROW: Roberta Ineichen, Roger Lautzcnheiser, Pat Newcomer, Patty Davis. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN 2! ■3 3 s} 9 it© FIRST ROW: Ruth Amstutz, Connie Aspy, John Auker, Steve Bailey, Kathy Bauman, Greg Bixler. SECOND ROW: Don Burke, Stephen Burry, Denny Caffee, Kim Campbell, Charlotte Clark, Gene Dailey, Jim Dailey. THIRD ROW: Debbie Davidson, Ricky Dubach, Alfred Feastcr, William Fields, Peggy Fosnaugh, Bill Garringer, Nancy Gerber, Lynn Gillespie. FOURTH ROW: Ralph Haggard, Eugene Hall, Michael Hough, Frank Howe, Connie Lehman, Neil McGough, Bonnie Martin. FIFTH ROW: Mike Mere, Karen Minton, Roger Morningstar, Carol Mosser, Bob Neuen- schwander, Peggy Ralston, Betty Schwartz, Marcia Smith. SIXTH ROW: Rodney Smitly, Ron Tschannen, Carol Tumbleson, Stanley Van Emon, Paul Wagner, Dan Weidler, Cindy Wilhoite, Carol Yoss. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE: Ricky Bergman, Dale Brown, Donald Clark, Mary Graber. GRADES GRADE 8 i aa FIRST ROW: Esther Amstutz, Curt Armstrong, Steve Arnold, Brian Bauman, Dorothy Kay Beitler, Sara Jo Biberstein, Tim Booher, Donald Brewster. SECOND ROW: Ronald Brewster, John Briggs, Bobby Buckey, Steve Buckingham, Mike Fenstermaker, Lonnie Fravel, Arlyn Hendricks, Ted Hiday. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Hirschy, Marilyn Houser, Jackie Hurst, Rodney Lautzenheiser, Brenda Meshberger, Steve Miller, Wallace Minton, Linda Mosser. FOURTH ROW: Patty Neuen- schwander, Steve Pearson, Marsha Perry, Jon Pyle, Harry Rich, Roger Robinson, Sheldon Roth, Janet Rhodehamel. FIFTH ROW: Gedda Runyon, Marvin Smith, Diana Smitley, Roger Smitley, Nancy Schwartz, Linda Teeter, Larry Twigg, Lester Wagner. SIXTH ROW: Jay Welches, Greg Werst, Phyllis Wolf, Wayne Yoss. Class Officers -} Mike Anderson President Ron Stauffer Vice-President Allen Martin Secretary Susan Bixler Treasurer GRADE 7 mm FIRST ROW: Leon Amstutz, Rebecca Amstutz, Hal Armstrong, Debbie Arnold, Larry Aspy, Beverly Bailey, Kathy Beer, Delores Bergman, SECOND ROW: Linda Bixler, James Davidson, Janelle Derrickson, Mike Doherty, Brian Dynes, Gary Fosnaugh, Bob Garringer, Dennis Gerber. THIRD ROW: John Hall, James Hawbaker, Patty Huffman, Jana Jones, Kenneth Jones, Von Jones, Sharon Lynch. FOURTH ROW: Mike Mertz, Joan Minnich, Sharon Morningstar, Russell Myers, Ned Neuensch- wander, LuAnnPurdy, Sandy Ralston. FIFTH ROW: Ronald Reynolds, Tonya Riesen, Ricky Smith, Emalese Strieker, Danny Thornton, Randy Toland, Janis Tumbleson. SIXTH ROW: Edith Treece, Ladorma Werst, Janelle Whisler, Barbara Workinger, Ronald Yoss, James Zerby, Janet Zimmerman. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE: Cosy Luke, Celia Moser, Susan Stevens. Class Officers Kevin Hanni President Mary McGough Vice-President Mike Van Emon Secretary GRADE SIX lillill ROW ONE: Dennis Affolder, Gerald Bailey, Pat Baker, Bobby Beeler, Roy Brooks, Jerry Burk, Mike Engle, David Fosnaugh. ROW TWO: Justin Fosnaugh, Karen Fravel, Nyla Haggard, Susan Haines, Maria Hodgin, Gerald Lynch, Alan Mann, Brad Mosser. ROW THREE: Marsha Myers, Linda Neuenschwander, Jeffry Pearson, Betty Schwartz, Leonard Smith, Dale Sprunger, Don Walter, Mr. Long. ROW ONE: Andy Anderson, Beth Beer, David Beitler, Randy Bergman, Ted Biberstein, Richard Briggs, Jim Buckingham, Bill Clark. ROW TWO: Gary Fravel, Sharon Fraze, Jody Grogg, Nick Minnich, Steve Minnich, Charlotte Schaadt, Regina Schmit, Robert Schwartz. ROW THREE: Phyllis Shimp, Jana Thornton, Judy Twigg, Dwight Vorhees, Elaine Weaver, James Weidler, Mr. Johnson. ii m?i2 ROW ONE: Sharon Amstutz, Diana Bailey, James Bailey, Billy Beeler, Deborah Brandt, Jesse Cano Jr., Darrell Dailey, Kristy Doherty. ROW TWO: Robert Haines, Henry Johnson, Bonnie McKinnell, Jim Mere, Shirley Mossct, Bob Muth, Robert Perry, Harold Phillips. ROW THREE: Rita Roth, David Smith, Stanley Smitley, Vickie SteineT, Dennis VanEmon, Miss Glendening. 38 GRADE FIVE ROW ONE: Suanne Amstutz, Jeffri Bantz, Galen Baumen, Randy Bixler, Gary Bollenbacher, Debbie Buckey, Susan Buckey, Paul Buny. ROW TWO: Gail Cottrell, Jocelyn Davidson, Jeanean Derrickson, Wanda Fogle, Rebecca Hawbaker, Thomas Kuhn, Gary McKinnell, Mike Nelson. ROW THREE: Charles Neuenschwander, Beth Pearson, Michael Perry, Randy Reynolds, Marvin Schwartz, Ricky Smith, Steve Smith, Joyce Tumbleson. ROW FOUR: Carmen Villarrio, Joy Welches, Mrs. Walters. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE: Carla Jo Brandjes. ROW ONE: Carol Armstrong, Steve Baker, Andrew Briggs, Vickie Doherty, Sandra Fosnaugh, James Galloway, Ray Gerber, Linda Hendricks. ROW TWO: Michael Herman, Judith Houser, Carolyn Hunt, Larry Ivins, Vickie Juarez, Cynthia Lee, Doyle Martin, Marsha Mertz. ROW THREE: Russell Minton, Ronnie Morningstar, Debbie Norton, Peggy Robinson, Scott Striker, Lee Wheeler, Lyn Wheeler, Sar Workinger. ROW FOUR: Marilyn Yoss, Mr. Gorrell. 39 GRADE FOUR Q 5 f b ROW ONE: Carol Arnold, Pam Baker, Susie Beer, Terry Burgess, Vickie Fosnaugh, Karen Gerber, Suzanne Herman, Tim Hiday. ROW TWO: John Ludy, Pamela Mosser, George Purdy, Bonnie Ralston, Ginger Runyon, Janet Smith, Ricky Smith, Thomas Sprunger. ROW THREE: David Stauffer, Lou Ann Twiggs, Michael Zerby, Mrs. Hunt. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE: Danny May, Tom Muth. %9A£ i 2 ROW ONE: John Amstutz, Allen Bailey, Mark Banta, Elaine Cott, Laura Ellis, Kim Haines, Robert Hanni, Mickey Hasinbiller. ROW TWO: Stan Neuenschwander, Virgil Nevil, Jill Newcomer, Michael Roll, Lenor Ruiz, Patricia Sauder, Barbara Schwartz, Douglas Smitley. ROW THREE: Karen VanEmon, Linda Weaver, Mr. Cornett. A ' :4 % 5 1 $ i ROW ONE: Debbie Affolder, Allen Aspy, • -W A . Jft| Michelle Besser, Roy Billington, Jeff " y Bryan, David Dubach, Cindy Fravel, Derryl L. J W k Hirschy. ROW TWO: Kevin Hofstetter, • ' . " 4m Ul, Donald Kuhn, Susan May, Richard Miller, James Nevil, Cheryl Norton, Rikki Reichert, Steve Reisen. ROW THREE: John Rich, Ronnie Stevens, Jackie Tschannen, Susan Zuercher, Mr. Munro. GRADE THREE ROW ONE: Jeff Agler, Jerry Amstutz, Max Augsburger, Steve Brandt, Randy Brewster, Ronnie Koon, Jill Fosnaugh, David Habegger. ROW TWO: Rikki Herman, Michael Hirschy, Dean Lehman, Robert Martin, Ronald McCullum, Vickie Mosser, Steve Rhodehamel, Eric Reisen. ROW THREE: James Roth, Carol Smitley, Wenda Sprunger, Cynthia Steiner, Ned VanEmon, Arlene Weidler, Eunice Wheeler, Mrs. Logan. ROW ONE: Norman Amstutz, Matt Armstrong, Michelle Arnold, Rita Aspy, Jeff Baker, Susan Beeler, Vickie Burgess, Gloria Cano. ROW TWO: Margie Dailey, Robert Denny, Cindy Dubach, Lois Fraze, David Gonzales, Brenda Hunt, Elisia Juarez, Miles Johnson. ROW THREE: Sue Lautzenheiser, Ruth Mann, David Roll, Kenny Schwartz, Mary Lou Schwartz, Rodney Stucky, Jimmy Timmons, Sara Walters. ROW FOUR: Mrs. Smith. GRADE TWO S221 12 ROW ONE: Cindy Bailey, Cheryl Bixler, Terry Bollenbacher, Ricky Buckey, Carla Burgess, Deborah Ford, Marijo Fraze, Donald Fraze. ROW TWO: Rodney Hofstetter, Jeff Koon, Cynthia Kuhn, Brenda Manning, Melanie Mosser, Keith Neuenschwander, Michael Schwartz, Cynthia Switzer. ROW THREE: Larry Thornton, Gene Vorhees, Dean Yoder, Duane Yoder, Steve Zuercher, Mrs. Stahly. ROW ONE: Duane Affolder , Vickie Arnold, Janet Biberstein, Ray Bowen, Rose Marie Dailey, Esperansa Gon- zales, Donald Hanni, Mark Hudson. ROW TWO: Melinda Huey, Jimmy Koon, Lee Ann Lybarger, Kathy Mann, Pat McKinnell, Roger Minnich, Thomas Nevil, Kathy Purdy. ROW THREE: David Runyon, Rhonda Rupert, Anthony Smith, Douglas Smith, Genice Tumbleson, Mrs. Orr. ROW ONE: Mark Affolder, Judy Amstutz, Ricky Ayala, Ricky Brewster, Susan Clark, Penny Doherty, Sandy Dubach, Ted Dynes. ROW TWO: Deborah Ellis, Mark Haines, Jon Hawbaker, Wanda Hough, Cindy Lautzen- heis«, Jill Lehman, Darrell Lynch, Randy Martin. ROW THREE: Rhonda Roth, Kathy Smitley, Dawn Suhr, Alfred Werjt, Kathy Zerby, Mrs. Snyder. 42 GRADE ONE ROW ONE: Randy Abbott, Tony Anderson, Connie Augsburger, David Boreine, Lisa Burgess, Ronald Cook, Kathy Ellis, Jim Fosnaugh. ROW TWO: Kay Hasinbiller, Terri Herman, Jeanie Miller, Jim Minnich, Carolyn Mosser, Donald Ralston, Robert Roll, David Smith. ROW THREE: Becky Sprunger, Kendra Snyder, Pamela Teeter, Mark VanEmon, Brad Weaver, Ken Whisler, Miss Fravel. PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE: Tammy Johnson. ROW ONE: Tim Armstrong, Joe Ayala, Connie Beitler, Kelly Besser, Rodney Bollenbacher, Brenda Buchannan, Rocky Cook, Jim Donnally. ROW TWO: Greg Dubach, Glen Fogle, Brian Fravel, Susan Grogg, Linda Habeggar, Tammy Hiday, Terry Hunt, Mary Juarez. ROW THREE: Greg Manning, Glen Mathys, Debbie McCroskey, Joyce Minnich, Cindy Mosser, Terry Patty, Jennifer Reichert, Jim Smith. ROW FOUR: Barbara Sprunger, Ricky Stucky, ees, Miss Houser. ATHLETICS PEP CLUB Cheerleader: Janice Smitley (not pictured) VARSITY CHEERLEADERS FRONT — left to right: Sue Jones, Mary Rich. BACK: Tonya Mosser, Janice Smitley. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Dianne Lindsey Karen Stauffer FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Cindy Wilhoite Lynn Gillespie JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS Susan Bixler Janet Rhodehamel VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM STANDING: Gary Dailey, Ted Habeggar, Sam Schwartz, Doug Edgar, Steve Murphy, Ron Bollenbacher, Tom Ag- ler, coach, Jim Meshberger, John Binegar, Ed Ziegler, Doug Bixler, Cary Hanni, Jim Brubaker. Managers: George Hurst, Tom Hart, Terry Nevil. Schedule Nov. 20 at Monmouth Nov. 24 at Bryant Dec. 4 MADISON Dec. 11 BERNE Dec. 12 at Union City Dec. 18 HOAGLAND Dec. 19 at Selma Dec. 22 WINCHESTER Jan. 2 Holiday Tourney (at Winchester) Jan. 8 at Decatur Catholic Jan. 15 PENNVILLE Jan. 16 at Lancaster Jan. 22 at Dunkirk Jan. 23 WARREN Jan. 30 at Marion Bennett Feb. 2 ADAMS CENTRAL Feb. 5 OSSIAN Feb. 13 MONTPELIER Feb. 20 at Huntington Catholic S. Schwartz T. Habeggar E. Ziegler J. Brubaker G. Dailey J. Meshberger S. Murphy B " TEAM FRONT: Steve Mosser, John Buckingham, Greg Thornton, Sam Butcher, Ron Mosser, Greg Bixler, Terry Albei son. BACK: Nic Armstrong, Rick Dubach, Dale Wagner, Calvin Roth, Rod Mosser, Bill Baumer, John Stahly Francis Wellman, coach. ' FRESHMAN TEAM FRONT: Ron Tschannen, Denny Caffee, Paul Wagner, Stan Van Emon, Bill Fields, Ralph Haggard, Eugene Hall. BACK: Dean Stahly, coach, Rick Dubach, Gene Dailey, Bill Garringer, Bob Neuenschwander, Neil McGough, Greg Bixler, Steve Bailey, manager. 8th GRADE TEAM FRONT: Ted Hiday, Sheldon Roth, Mike Anderson, Roger Robinson, Rodney Lautzenheiser. BACK: Robert Conner, coach, Ron Brewster, Jon Pyle, Marvin Smith, Ron Stauffer, Roger Smitley, Alan Martin. 7th GRADE TEAM FRONT: Kevin Hanni, Mike Van Emon, Rick Murphy, Hal Armstrong, John Hall. BACK: Robert Conner, coach, Ned Neuenschwander, Mike Mertz, Mike Doherty, Bob Garringer, Rick Smith. 1964 Record: 2-5-1 G. Opp. 6 Berne 12 16 Celina " B " 26 19 Bluffton " B " 12 14 Union City 14 39 Portland " B " 6 6 White ' s Institute .... 41 7 Woodlan 28 7 Royerton 19 VARSITY FOOTBALL FIRST ROW: Cheerleaders: Cindy Wilhoite, Karen Stauffer, Diane Lindsey, Lynn Gillespie, Sue Jones, Mary Rich, Tonya Mosser, Janice Smitley. SECOND ROW: Nic Armstrong, Bob Kirchoffer, Steve Murphy, Sheldon Mathys, Jim Meshberger, Don Gillespie, Sam Schwartz, Doug Edgar, Bob Toland. THIRD ROW: Dale Wagner, Greg Thornton, Terry Alberson, Bill Baumer, Jon Lybarger, Bob Neuenschwander, Terry Nevil, Jim Brubaker, Gary Dailey. FOURTH ROW: Lester Wagner, manager; Rodney Smitley, Paul Wagner, Neil McGough, Stanley Van Emon, Rick Dubach, Eugene Hall, Bill Garringer. FIFTH ROW: Jon Pyle, manager; Bill Fields, Gene Dailey, Dennis Caffee, Ralph Haggard, Roger Morningstar, Jim Dailey, Don Burke. SIXTH ROW: Robert Conner, coach; Bob Buckey, manager; Ted Hiday, manager; Steve Buckingham, manager; Francis Wellman, ass ' t coach. The 1964 edition of the Fightin ' Cards showed vast improvement over previous years. The season started slowly for the Cards as they lost their first two games, but Coach Conner got the Cards rolling at mid-season. The Cards displayed excellent football in beating Bluffton " B, " holding Union City to a tie, and trouncing Portland " B. " The team was dealt a severe blow when star quarterback Rodney Mosser suffered a broken leg in the White ' s game. Despite this loss, the Cards never gave up and showed the Geneva fans some fine football in the last two games. There were only six seniors on the team this year, so next year ' s team should be bigger and better. Good luck next year, Cards, and keep fightin ' . S S. Murphy BASEBALL TEAM BACK ROW: Doug Edgar, Ed Ziegler, Rod Mosser, Ron Bollenbacher, Jim Meshberger, Steve Murphy, Dale Wagner, Cary Hanni, Coach: Harry Anderson. FRONT ROW: Sam Butcher, John Buckingham, Nic Armstrong, Jim Brubaker, Sam Schwartz, Ted Habeggar, Ron Mosser, Allen Raugh. TRACK TEAM BACK ROW: Head coach, Dean Stahly; Assistant, Jerry Mcintosh; Ron Bollenbacher, Bob Toland, Sheldon Mathys, Rod Mosser, Bill Baumer, Bob Kirchhofer, John Stahly. FRONT ROW: Doug Bixler, Don Gillespie, Sam Schwartz, Jim Brubaker, Gary Dailey, Jon Lybarger. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM BACK ROW: John Stahly, Jeff Brown, John Binegar, Doug Bixler, Cary Hanni. FRONT ROW: Ron Mosser, Greg Bix- ler, Coach, Tom Agler; Ron Tschannen, Ted Habegger. HARRY ANDERSON Athletic Director THOMAS AGLER Varsity Basketball Coach Cross Country Coach FRANCIS WELLMAN Assistant Basketball Coach Assistant Football Coach ROBERT CONNER Football Coach Jr. High Basketball Coach DEAN STAHLY Freshman Basketball Coach Track Coach JERRY L. McINTOSH Assistant Track Coach STUDENT MANAGERS George Hurst Tom Hart Terry Nevil c A C R H D 1 1 R N P A S L CAN YOU IMAGINE- DON GILLESPIE agreeing with his teachers? GLORIA AMSTUTZ being world ' s champion woman wrestler? RON BOLLENBACHER having a quiet muffler on his car? JANE NEUENSCHWANDER as the first lady astronaut? PATTY WEAVER not liking horses? JOHN BINEGAR not making frequent trips to Portland? LINDA BAUMCARTNER not being neatly dressed? MRS. RUNYON disliking anything Spanish? MR. MORRIS strumming a guitar and singing? SHARON ARMSTRONG as a fat lady in a circus? BILL BAUMBAUER without his motorcycle? JUDY BIXLER playing on the Komet Hockey Team? DARLENE KELLY singing with the Beatles? JIM MESHBERGER being short, fat, and sloppy? RON VORHEES not liking astronomy? TONYA MOSSER without a date on week-ends? MARY LOU WAGNER driving sensibly? SHARON BILLINGTON keeping quiet for five minutes? JEAN AUGSBURGER having curly black hair? SHARYL WHITE with red hair and no temper? SHELBY WORKINGER not helping anyone in need? MR. AGLER liking crowded study halls? MR. HANNI wearing a grass skirt and doing the hula? ACTIVITIES MARCHING BAND fiWci £ .IV y C CONCERT BAND STAGE BAND PEP BAND JUNIOR BAND TWIRLERS Jean Augsburger Emalise Striker Brenda Daniel Cindy Wilhoite Tonya Mosser Joan Minnich Mary Rich FLAG BEARERS: Carol and Kandy Doherty DRUM MAJORETTE: Faye Edgar CHOIR GOLF TEAM YOUTH FOR CHRIST CLUB YFC QUIZ TEAM c L U B ADVERTISING DONATIONS Forest Beer Liechty ' s Food Inc. Dr. Norman Beaver Bluffton Bowling Center Surplus Variety Sales Bob Spichiger Kleinhenz Stock Yard Holthouse Furniture Sherman ' s Arn ' s Jewelry Hanlin Rexall Drugs H F Bakery Weiler Bros. Inc. The First National Bank The Gass Store Haf lich Morrissey Shoe Store Local Loan Company Shaffer ' s Restaurant Western Auto Decatur Sports Center John Brecht Jewelry Geneva, Indiana Berne, Indiana Berne, Indiana Bluffton, Indiana Bluffton, Indiana Linn Grove, Indiana Bryant, Indiana Portland, Indiana Portland, Indiana Portland, Indiana Portland, Indiana Portland, Indiana Portland, Indiana Portland, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Decatur, Indiana Decatur, Indiana How to use your Savings to beat down the cost of Borrowing Put your savings in a Full Service commer- cial bank. Borrow money from that same bank. You ' ll make the most of your money because you ' ll pay the least for your loan. The more you do for a Full Service commer- cial bank (such as ours), the more we can do for you. What can you do for us? Bring us your checking account, your savings account, and any other accounts you may have. And do all your borrowing from us. In return, what can we do for you? Chances are we can save you money on loans. Our interest rates for loans are usually lower than the rates at other types of financial institutions. But what about our lower interest rate on savings? True, we sometimes pay a little less on sav- ings than other types of financial institutions. But if you ' re like most people, you ' ll borrow far more in your lifetime than you ' ll save. It figures that having to pay even a slightly higher rate on a loan will quickly wipe out any small gain you might make on your savings. How do we get together? Very simple. Just let one of our bank officers show you how we can become your financial headquarters. The rest comes easy BANK NAME AND ADDRESS ©1962, Foundation for Commercial Banks BANK OF GENEVA Member of Federal Insurance Corporation Geneva, Indiana We hope +He picture of your future witi include a ' . v •2 1 41 ,yM 2 % I- . ... - -: ' •■■■■■ JO - r- ra ?«£■ ' •?.%. " ' «: £ om 1 MOSEffS MOTOR SALES Fishing Tackle Guns Hunting Equipment WATSON ' S SPORTING GOODS 103 N. Main Dunkirk, Indiana " Your Specialist in Sports " Featuring the Name Brands in Athletic Equipment Brunswick- -MacGregor Wilson Converse Shoes Louisville Bats Adirondack Bats Nokona Ball Gloves Wigwam Sport Sox Voit Trophies Sporting Goods WATSONS STAN ' S MEN ' S WEAR Everything in Clothes for that Style -Conscious Young Man " The Best Dressed Man Relies on Stan " Stan Brenneman Owner Phone 2-2907 Berne, Indiana CUSTOM FLOOR WALL This area ' s finest selection of unexcelled quality in every price range, expertly installed with the meticulous care backed by 19 years of C ARPETING - -DRAPERY - -TILING • LINOLEUM and VINYL FLOORS -- CHIEF PAINTS --WALL TEX and BIRGE WALLPAPERS and COVERINGS--also Split Rail Lawn Fences for Rustic Exterior Charm and Landscaping. South City Limits of Berne, Indiana on U.S. 27 Stop In or Call Marv and Eileen Sprunger PHONE 2-2924 Indiana Michigan Electric Company and its 2,100 employees congratulate you upon your graduation and offer their sincere best wishes for every success in the coming years. Indiana Michigan ELECTRIC COMPANY Fence Lumber Building Materials Coal GENEVA LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. Geneva, Indiana Compliments of THE SOL SCHWARTZ CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractor R.R. 2 Bluffton, Indiana Bill Loy " It ' s Quality Products and Service That Counts. " LIMBERLOST SERVICE Berne Oil Co. , Inc . Phone 368-7670 Geneva, Indiana BEST WISHES - From Your Culligan Man FLICK ' S BODY SHOP Serving Area 18 Years CULLIGAN WATER Phone 2-2333 CONDITIONING 618 Parr Road Phone 5-5478 Linn Grove Indiana Berne Indiana EMICK ' S BOWL Bill and Julie Emick AMF Pinspotters Red Pins Every Saturday Night Phone 2-2927 Berne Indiana Grade A Milk and Dairy Products Buttermilk Cottage Cheese Orange Drink Vitamin D Homogenized Coffee Cream Butter Chocolate Milk Pasteurized Milk GERBER ' S CENTRAL DAIRY Night Phone 1335 Phone 120 230 West Market St, Bluffton, Indiana E. P. SPRUNGER Residence 2-2289 Berne D.D.S. 159 Jefferson Street YAGER FURNITURE Made by Berne in Berne YAGER FUNERAL HOME Oxygen Equipment --Ambulance Service Office 2-2309 Indiana Berne Indiana LEE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Berne ' For People Who Care What They Wear ' in Ready To Wear --Clothing- -Shoes Phone 2-2175 Indiana From the Office of: FREDRICK F. SPRUNGER, O.D. Optometrist 165 N. Jefferson St. Berne, Indiana 467J J Phone 2 -2 J 68 LIECHTY MOTOR SALES D. W. FIREOVED New Car Dealers in Buick, Chevrolet, Pontiac Phone 2-2805 Veterinarian Berne Indiana Berne Indiana Custom Butchering and Slaughtering BERNE LOCKER STORAGE Berne Phone 2-2806 524 West Franklin St. Indiana BERNE EQUITY EXCHANGE Dealers in Grain, Seed, Fence, Fertilizer, Coal, and Tile Chattanooga Linn Grove Tama Berne Ohio Indiana Ohio Indiana THE BERNE WITNESS Published by Publisher ' s Printing House, Inc , Printers - -Publishers - -Binders 117 East Main Street Berne Indiana STUCKY ' S GAS AND APPLIANCES, INC. " Home of Leading Lines " Phone 368-7228 Geneva Indiana STUCKY FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishings Monroe Indiana Geneva THE FOOD BANK In Geneva ' s New Shopping Center The Rainbow Plaza Plenty of Free Parking Space Store Hours: 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Monday thru Saturday Indiana RIESEN SCHUG MOTORS, INC. Berne Chrysler - -Plymouth - -Valiant Sales and Service Repairing A Specialty --Body and Fender Work Standard Oil Products 50, 000 Mile Warranty Phone 2-2615 Nite 2-2669 or 2-8513 Indiana " Congratulations Class of " 65 " FRANKS ' PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 386-7508 Geneva Indiana Geneva ' Service Beyond the Contract ' HERMAN J. BIXLER INSURANCE Phone 368-7529 Indiana Congratulations from Peppy Flame THE GAS COMPANY 237 North Street Decatur Indiana MESHBERGER BROTHERS STONE CORP. LINN GROVE Linn Grove, Indiana Berne Phone 5-5311 HARDWARE Producers of Crushed Stone, Agricultural Limestone, Emulsified Asphalt, Bituminous Coated Aggregate Paint and Electrical Appliances Sale and Application of BITUMINOUS MATERIALS Linn Grove, Indiana General Road and Street Contractors Plants at Linn Grove and Pleasant Mills Phone 5-5496 Congratulations to the Geneva Seniors of " 1965 " Best Wishes and Success C.T.S. OF BERNE, INC. THE BERNE 5 t to $1.00 STORE 406 Pharr Road The Paint and Wallpaper Spot Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2106 Berne Indiana BERNE NURSING HOME Licensed Practical Nurses 24 -Hour Nursing Service Superintendent Pauline Hostetler Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2127 Berne BERCO, INC. 104 East Main Street Phone 2-2153 Indiana NUDOR OF INDIANA Sliding Glass Doors and Tair-A-Pane " Insulating Glass Phone 368-7282 Geneva Indiana piM«s|yy HANNI PLUMBING AND HEATING Geneva, Indiana East Line Street Phone 368-7626 Portraiture Dunkirk SHOULTS STUDIO Commercial Enlarging Portraits in Oils Phone 7261 409 East Jay Scenery Indiana DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE ' Serving the Musical Interests of the Community ' 136 N. Second Street Decatur, Indiana Phone 3-3353 James C . Webb Edward J. Heimann 24 Hr. 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SERVICE Phone 2-6167 R.R. 2 Geneva Indiana GREEN BELT CHEMICAL CO. Midwest ' s Fastest Growing Company Fertilizing Granulets Phone 2-6655 Bryant Indiana Compliments of PORTLAND STOCK YARD INC. Portland Indiana Compliments of BANIFAS HARDWARE Phone 2-6571 Bryant Indiana PHARR ' S BARGAIN BARN " Featuring " Dry Goods Rugs Novelties Blankets Many Other Items Come In and Look Around GERBER ' S SUPER MARKET, INC. 622 N. 13th St., Decatur, Ind. Phone 5-5433 Linn Grove Indiana Courtesy of BILL ZOSS CHEVROLET -BUICK, INC. Buy from Zoss- -You ' re the Boss Decatur Indiana HAPPY HUMPTY DRIVE-IN Decatur, Indiana THE DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT Adams County ' s Only Daily Newspaper Get the Latest in School Sports --Society News SHEETS FURNITURE Carpet Furniture Westinghouse Appliances Interior Decoration Services Available Subscribe Today--Just $10 a Year by Mail in Adams or Adjoining Counties 150-158 South Second St. Phone 3-2602 Decatur Indiana Decatur Indiana WENDEL BROS. Pontiac Sales Service DON AND DARRELL ' S BARBER SHOP Don Stevens Darrell Byrum " We Need Your Head in Our Business " Geneva, Indiana Chattanooga Ohio Breck Revlon IDEAL BEAUTY SHOP CARDINAL INN Phone 368-7857 140 E. Butcher St. Home Cooked Dinners Thelma L. Milligan Sandwiches and Short Orders Rayette Realistic Geneva, Indiana Phone 368-7217 Geneva Indiana L. A. MANN V TPii£ EASTERN, I jjgj J INDIANA OIL flV SUPPLY CO. Sinclair Products Real Estate and Insurance Phone 368-7577 Phone 368-7611 Berne Indiana Geneva Indiana GRABER INSURANCE Insurance Bonds Phone 2-2904 P.O. Box 84 U.S. 27 North Berne Indiana V H POPLAR DRIVE INN " See Try Our Popular Menu for the Best in Fine Foods . " Counter -Curb-and Carry -Out Service Phone 2-2077 Berne Indiana BUC KM ASTER DRUG CO. Druggist A. G. BRIGGS AND SONS HARDWARE Phone 368-7444 Geneva Indiana Geneva Indiana HARDY HARDY Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Service Day Night L. LANDRUM SONS AUTO BODY SHOP Phone 2-6412 Geneva Indiana Monroe Indiana THE PAYLESS Featuring Quality Clothing for Less Grays Keep -U -Neat THE HABIT CLEANERS For Guaranteed Odorless Dry Cleaning Better Service- -Better Quality Phone 2-2305 Geneva Indiana Berne Indiana BUCHANAN GULF SERVICE Complete Auto Clinic Front Wheel Alignment Geneva Indiana BERNE HI -WAY HATCHERY, INC, Honegger Layers North U.S. 27 Berne Indiana FERRIS BOWER JEWELRY Decatur Indiana NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Auto --Fire --Life Thurman L. Baker " In Service With People " Phone 368-7430 430 East Shackley St. Geneva Indiana FISHER SONS FARM IMPLEMENT, INC. John Deere Sales and Service Phone WAbash 942-1284 Main Street, Chattanooga, Ohio R. R. 1 Rockford DR. HARRY H. HEBBLE Optometrist 310 N. 2nd St. Decatur Indiana MYER ' S HOME AUTO SUPPLY Firestone Decatur Indiana U. 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Lehman Phone 2-2170 Berne Indiana Berne Indiana BRYANT ' S GROCERY Groceries, Meat, Notions Phone 5-5417 Linn Grove Indiana SERV-US STORE Gift Ware Hardware Electrical Supplies Phone 2-2212 Berne Indiana Utuv ' S Jewelry, Gifts, Diamonds, Watches Bridal Consultants Phone 824-1214 Bluffton Indiana ACME QUALITY PAINT STORE 111 N. Main St. Phone 824-2413 Bluffton Indiana Compliments MIX -MILL INC. Bluffton Indiana DUTCH MILL " Specializes in Good Steaks " Phone 824-3610 Bluffton Indiana FELLER ' S GROCERY Groceries, Gas Phone 368-7860 Geneva Indiana CHIC DRY CLEANERS LAUNDRY 915 N. 13th St. Decatur Indiana " Owned by Those We Serve " IAY COUNTY R.E.M.C. Phone 726-7121 Portland Indiana LESTER BICKEL INSURANCE Phone 726-8682 Portland Indiana ART CRAFT SPORT SHOP LIGGETT ' S T.V. 309 N. Meridian Phone 726-7619 Portland Indiana BREWSTER JEWELERS Keepsake Diamonds 203 N. Meridian Phone 726-8369 Portland Indiana DOWNTOWN MEAT MARKET Home -killed Beef 119 N. Meridian Portland Indiana THE MODEL CLOTHING HOUSE Men ' s and Boys ' Wear Phone 726-7567 BOSTON STORE A Complete Line of Clothing For Men, Women, and Children Dry Goods, Domestics, Accessories Portland Indiana Portland Indiana Congratulations Class of 1965 AFFOLDER AFFOLDER Geneva Indiana JOHN -ANN BEAUTY SHOPPE South of Coppess Corners Phone 2-6221 U.S. Highway 27 Monroe Indiana ADAMS COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. D. Burdette Custer Robert G . Smith Line Street Geneva Indiana GENEVA LARGE ANIMAL HOSPITAL Geneva Indiana KLIP KURL Betty Hirshey Phone 368-7840 THELMA ' S CLOTHING " Apparel for All the Family and Baby Clothes " Geneva Indiana Geneva Indiana HAFFNER ' S 5$ -$1.00 STORE BRACHS FINEST CHOCOLATES Geneva Indiana THE GENEVA HERALD Weekly Newspaper and Job Printing Geneva Indiana Success in the Future to the Class of " 1965 " HANNI FURNITURE Geneva Indiana Compliments of the JAY garment company and Employees Manufacturers of Work and Play Clothing Telephone 317-726-7151 P.O. Box 907 Since 1944 WALKER ' S SERVICE STATION Marathon Gas and Oil Cooper Tires Geneva Indiana Portland Indiana Compliments of LYBARGER GRAVEL READY MIX Phone 368-7855 Geneva Indiana BEGUN ' S CLOTHING Men ' s Wear Decatur Indiana MILLER ' S HYBRID SEEDS Corn - -Wheat - -Soybeans See Your Miller Agent Gail Runyon R.R. 2 Geneva, Ind. PHIL MIZ AUCTION CO. AUCTIONEERS - REAL ESTATE OFFICE PHONE 2-29D3 BOX -43 BERNE, INDIANA Phil Neuenschwanoer Phone 2-B3S5 MlZ LEHMAN Pndni 2-261S GENEVA MILLING CO. Master Mix Feeds Bulk Service V-C. Fertilizers Bulk and Liquid Grain, Coal, Tile, Seeds, Chemicals Phone 368-7211 Geneva Indiana --..rvV; , " ' i-iv;. ' - V ' ' • „ • I. OH-decr- So tfred of 5 call Berts Beauty Booth 3o5 Harrison Street G ivcvaj Ind ' »a na GvOyxcy + Opera; .t«r- " KARCH STONE CO. Bryant Indiana CAN YOU IMAGINE- JIM BBERSTEIN as the fat man of the circus? GRACE AMSTUTZ not studying? DOUG BIXLER not being a Romeo? JEFF BROWN keeping his mouth shut? SUE BURKE not making good speeches? KANDY DOHERTY not acting like a clown? KAREN BURKE wearing thongs to school? MARY ANN DUFF getting jealous? DOUG EDGAR as a lion tamer? PATTY FIELDS not getting into mischief? NANCY FOGLE not being in wrecks? JANIS HABEGGAR not liking children? CARY HANNI not speaking out in class? LINDA HAWBAKER as a disc jockey? CATHY TSCHANNEN being boy crazy? DAVID HIRSCHY keeping a straight face? PHIL HOUGH as a big executive? GARY HUFFMAN as a bull fighter? MARSHA JONES having big feet? BOB KIRCHOFFER being a ballet dancer? ANGELA LEHMAN being a torn boy? GLORIA LOUGH as a grand opera star? SHELDON MATHYS as a cheerleader? JOHN MERE not being a hot rodder? BOB MOSSER forgetting famous dates? STEVE MURPHY being a Latin professor? DLXIE PHARR not liking boys? VIRGINIA RHODEHAMEL being a snob? MARY RICH being a dog catcher? ANN STEINER without make-up? SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1965, being physically lit and mentally sound do hereby bequeath our unique and much envied possessions to the following in this our first and last will and testament: To the Board of Education we leave our sincere appreciation for the tools of education they provided us. To the faculty we leave a heart-felt thank you for their patience, understanding, and invaluable teaching. To the juniors we leave the idea that next year they will be seniors. re the sophomores we Leave two more " happy " ears at Geneva. To the freshmen we leave the opportunity that we once had; the opportunity to take advantage of your three senior high school years. We hope you make the most of it. GLORIA AMSTUTZ wills her duties on the farm to anyone who feels he has the ability to do them. GRACE AMSTUTZ wills her stack of books to anyone who has arms strong enough to carry them, and her ability to get along with teachers to Johnny Hall. SHARON ARMSTRONG leaves her ability to drive to anyone who can get the family car. JEAN AUGSBURGER bequeaths her height to Janice Whisler and her ability in art to anyone who has courage and patience. BILL BAUMBAUER leaves his motorcycle jacket to anyone who has a motorcycle. LINDA BAUMGARTNER having a need for all that is hers leaves no bequest. JIM BIBERSTEIN leaves his ability to play the trombone and stay out of trouble with Mr. Hughes to Billy Fields. JOHN BINEGAR wills his weekly trips to Portland to Bill Steiner. SHARON BILLINCTON leaves her giggling to Phil and Dave Clark. RON BOLLENBACHER wills his fiberglass pole to Rod Mosser providing he doesn ' t break it, his loud mufflers to anyone who likes to get arrested, and his ability to play the cornet to George Hurst. JEFF BROWN leaves absolutely nothing to anyone because it took all he had to get through school. SUE BURKE wills her ability to get through high school without going steady to Marjean Neuenschwander. DOUG BIXLER wills his good looks and his ability to get a date with a different girl every weekend to Phillip Burry. KAREN BURKE wills her husband ' s pipe to anyone who can stand it. KANDY DOHERTY wills her " beehive " to any poor little bees that don ' t have a home. MARY ANN DUFF wills her enjoyment for commercial subjects to Carol Doherty. DOUG EDGAR wills his physique to Bernard Lautzenheiser. PATTY FIELDS wills her ability to eat root beer barrels in Government and not get caught to anyone who likes root beer barrels. NANCY FOGLE leaves all her nervousness to anyone who is willing to get up in front of the speech class to give her speeches. DON GILLESPIE wills his well-beaten shoulder pads to Eugene Hall. JANIS HABEGGER wills her ability to cause an explosion in chemistry class to anyone who likes to light matches. CARY HANNI leaves his ability to get his algebra problems to Steve Simmons. LINDA HAWBAKER wills her ability to go without lunch to anyone who is crazy enough to do it. DAVE HIRSCHY bequeaths his ability to get caught playing ping pong during class to anyone who likes to have a visit with Mr. Morris. PHIL HOUGH wills his ability as meat cutter to anyone who feels he can handle the job. GARY HUFFMAN wills his height to Don Burke. MARSHA JONES leaves her ability to get into mischief in choir to anyone who is willing to risk it. BOB K1RCHHOFER leaves his farming ability to Greg Thorton. DARLENE KELLY wills her position as a senior to her younger sisters. ANGELA LEHMAN wills her French book to her sister Kathy and her job as co-editor of the annual to any junior who is willing to work hard. GLORIA LOUGH wills a raccoon in her backyard to any one who wants it. SHELDON MATHYS leaves his football uniform to Don Burke providing he can fill it. JOHN MERE wills his ability to talk himself out of trouble to anyone who needs it. JIM MESHBERGER wills his short legs to Ralph Haggard and his end position in football to anyone who can make it. BOB MOSSER wills his ability to do terrible things in the back of fan busses to anyone who would do such deeds. TONYA MOSSER wills her hair coloring to Judy Neuenschwander. STEVE MURPHY wills his fullback ability to Sam Schwartz, his parking place to Bob Toland, and his privilege to play ping pong during class time to anyone who likes to get into trouble. JANE NEUENSCHWANDER wills her office of secretary in Y.F.C. to Cosy Luke. DIXIE PHARR wills her ability to set in front of government to anyone who likes to set alone. VIRCINIA RHODEHAMEL wills her ability to get along with her teachers to her sister Janet. MARY RICH leaves her love for cooking to Mrs. Muth providing she lets the next senior class cook more often. ANN STEINEP wills her ability to get A ' s in Mr. Smith ' s geography class to anyone who needs them. KATHY TSCHANNEN leaves her going to the show every Saturday night to anyone who likes to go with a group of girls. RONNIE VORHEES gives to the poor little juniors all his books and worried teachers. MARY WAGNER wills her driving ability to Sue Murphy and Linda Fellers providing they can improve it. PATTY WEAVER wills her shortness to Gaila Runyon and her ability to roller skate to anyone who will take the risk. SHARYL WHITE bequeaths her jokes to Mai Banta, her summers in Pennsylvania to Marjean, and her love of " cousins " to Nic Armstrong. SHELBY WORKINGER leaves her love for art to anyone who thinks he would enjoy it. J;?. P$u u i!u ft 7»-. ' M % ,

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