Genoa Area High School - Limelight Yearbook (Genoa, OH)
- Class of 1967
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GENOA AREA HIGH SCHOOL, GENOA, OHIO
A day in the life of a Genoa Area High School
student is full and complete. The student's schedule
provides a time for academics, athletics, and organi-
Life at G.A.H.S. is more than this. It is a boy and
girl in a crowded hall stealing a few moments to-
gether between classes. lt is the laughter and chat-
ter which fill the cafeteria during lunch period. lt
is the shouting and spirit of a pep meeting. lt is
the personal sorrow and bitterness of losing a game.
It is all this and more.
The staff of the 1967 Limelight gives you a pic-
torial and written description of this time in our
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The pursuit of academic excellence is by far the
most important role the school plays in a student's
life. This excellence must be gained through each
student's hard work and ambition, but at Genoa
High the basic tools are well supplied for their use.
The varied courses available here enable a stu-
dent to prepare for his future in one or more major
fields, depending on his interests and abilities. Math,
science, and vocational courses provide excitement
and experience to those who wish to participate.
The library provides easy access not only to refer-
ence works for the students' special projects and
papers but also to lighter reading for his enjoyment.
Another facet of academics is the extra-curricular
testing program in which most college-bound stu-
dents participate. Abbreviations such as S.A.T.,
A.C.T., C.E.E.B., N.NI.S.Q.T., and numerous voca-
tional tests become increasingly important as a stu-
dent nears graduation.
Athletics play another important role in
a student's education, whether he partici-
pates or observes. ln the seasonal cycle of
football, cross-country, basketball, bowling,
wrestling, track, golf, and baseball, nearly
every male student can find one or more
sports in which he is interested. Athletics
are also open to girls. A girl may participate
in basketball, volleyball, and deck tennis.
Sports provide a means not only to improve
the physical health of the participants, but
also to develop the sense of sportsmanship
and fair play which is needed in today's
highly competitive world.
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The varied activities available to in-
terested Genoa High students provide
a needed relief from the pressure of
school work. The two Homecomings, the
G.A.A. Christmas Formal, and the
Junior-Senior Prom, highlight our social
events. Our numerous clubs and organi-
zations give students experience in ad-
ministration andthe handling of respon-
sibility. The three annual dramatic
productions give participants experi-
ence and provide them an outlet for
their creative abilities.
The pace of high school life provides many oc-
casions for crowding and confusion, yet also pro-
vides times of loneliness. Loneliness can be the worst
enemy of a student who is always under pressures
to conform and to be accepted by his peers, but it
can also be the best friend of a young adult search-
ing to find himself, and must do it alone. No matter
how fine an education is supplied a student, no mat-
ter how involved he becomes in academics, athletics,
or activities, his success as an adult will depend
upon how he prepares himself for maturity.
A Time to Participate
Worth Projects Are Tackled b
STUDENT COUNCIL FRONT ROW: C. Briggle, Treas.g J. Harbal, V-pres.: K. Farrell, Pres.:
P. Harsanje, Sec. ROW 2: Miss Johnson, Advisor: M. Matyasp B. Sutter: J. Pinkerton: J.
Student Council president, K. C. Farrell, announces the
starting lineups for a home basketball game.
The services performed by the Student Council
this year have made it one of the most useful or-
ganizations in school. Their varied activities have
made it well deserving the title of a service club. One
service was to select and sponsor a group of stu-
dents who attended the Governor's Conference on
Traffic Safety in Bowling Green. They also served as
student guides for the annual open house of the
high school. The Student Council supervised the
Basketball Homecoming festivities. Their planning
of this activity made for a smooth running and well-
remembered ceremony. Each month they selected
a student as Citizen of the Month. By heading the
Junior Red Cross Drive in our high school, each
member showed his own citizenship in the daily col-
lection of money.
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The Key Club kept busy performing services
for community and school all year long. Key
Clubbers umpired baseball games in the sum-
mer and from time to time throughout the year
sponsored Key Town dances. They served their
community by washing cars and working at
Kiwanis-sponsored suppers. By selling pennants
and spinning records at school-sponsored
dances, they made money which they used to-
ward the purchase of an announcement board.
Key Club honored the football and the basket-
ball queens with their own personal trophies.
The club in turn was rewarded when they re-
ceived the trophy for the best decorated car
in the football homecoming parade.
KEY CLUB FRONT ROW: J. Rinaldo, Pres.: K. Sander, V-pres.: K.
Farrell, Sec.: D. Hennen, Treas. ROW 2: G. Brooks: M. Padgett, L.
Sampsel. ROW 3: J. Thompson: G. Kusner: C. Coleman. ROW 4:
J. Rice: J. Herbal: D. Latham. ROW 5: D. Fork: W. Wheeler:
R. Shields. ROW 6: J. Rohrbaugh: B. Wescotte: M. Yentzer: G.
Key Clubber Mike Padgett sells a school pennant to Pat Duval, the 1967
Jim Rinaldo, Key Club president, presents the trophies to the 1967 bas-
VARSITY CLUB FRONT ROW: J. Vogelpohl, V-Pres.: B.
Havener, Pres.: R. Witte, Sec-Treas. ROW 2: D. Hus-
ton: T. Bell: J. Lewis: J. Rice: A. Womack: L. Cashen: R.
Tapia: R. Andaverde. ROW 3: R. Briggle: J. Braddock:
J. Brossia: D. Tester: B. Younker: K. Farrell: G. Wend:
G. Kusner. ROW 4: J. Harbal: B. Colvin: J. Duvall: J.
The Varsity Club this year sponsored the home-
coming candidate who was chosen as queen. At the
home basketball games they sold popcorn and soft
drinks. The money earned from this project was
used to pay for the annual Varsity Club banquet
which was held at the Secor Hotel in the spring.
The Girls' Athletic Association has had a busy
and fun-filled year. ln the opening days of school
twenty-six new members were added on the basis of
athletic ability. During football season the G.A.A.
sold football programs and made a considerable
profit which helped sponsor Homecoming festivities.
ln December the annual G.A.A. formal was held.
Trying to do their part for girls' athletics at G.H.S.
the club sponsored a deck tennis team, varsity and
reserve basketball teams. Through buying "Genoa
G.A.A." sweatshirts in school colorslthey have tried
to promote pride in the club and school. The sweat-
shirts also gave the athletic teams a bright, uniform
look. Another objective of G.A.A. was to buy a tram-
Thompson: C. Coleman: D. Siefke: R. Knudsen: N.
5: D. Hennen: D. Nissen: B. Wescotte:
Ll. Rohrbaugh: P. McColl: K. Sander: J. Werner: F.
6: Mr Miller, Advisor: M. Padgett: B.
Hartshorn: R. Rollins: B. Ackerman: W. Bower: L. Fowl-
er: Mr. Firestone, Advisor.
G.A.A. FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES FRONT ROW
S. Albright: C. Shields: G. Peer: N. Scott: J. Widmer: B
Wanner: V. Duval: J. Bowen.-ROW 2: J. Widmer: M
Chambers: A. Schlievert: D. Dunn: N. Lindsey: A
Stagner: M. Vogelpohl: B. Spurgeon: L. Rice. ROW 3
P. Waldenga: J. Rombach: M. Wolcott: J. Bertok: H
Spasoff: H. Lorenzen: M. Wheeler: T. Gerkensmeyer:
J. Tank: D. Haar. ROW 4: C. Leppert: J. Johnson: M
Fletcher: G. Castilleja: J. Chalfin: L. Smith: S. Diek
man: B. Peer: M. Lemke: P. Sampselg J. Nemeth: M
Tank. ROW 5: K. Sheets: C. Koenker: D. Sieving: M
Blausey: B. Cottrell: M. Vargo: B. Haack: K. Sheets
A. Wood.: B. Mandell: P. Wescotte: C. Witt: C. Witt: D.
Porath: K. Briggle.
Strive for More Interest in Sports
G.A.A. JUNIORS AND SENIORS FRONT ROW:
M. Freckleyg Serg-at-arms: K. Sander, V.
pres.: J. Gerkensmeyer, Pres.: M. Lemke,
Treas.: G. Chambers, Sec.: D. Aeschliman,
Recorder. ROW 2: Mrs. O'Connor, Advisor: S
Helle: K. Cashen: G. Porter: C. Brooks: N
Johnson: C. Zalesak: S. Steindam: L. McCorm
ick. ROW 3: L. Browning: L. Haar: S. Fork: T. '
Race: N. Pitts: B. Brewer: C. Sandrock: M
Sandrock: P. Harsanje. ROW 4: D. Aeschlirnan
S. Stein: C.,Buehler: J. Turnow: S. Scott: N
Vogtsberger: J. Farrell: D. Sander: C. Sivinski
man: C. Weseman: S. Wilka: B. Jackson: S
Sander: B. Westenkirchner: F. Kusian: S. Tay
J. Varga. ROW 5: B. Sutter: C. Arndt: J. Acker-
FRENCH CLUB: FRONT ROW: D. Helle, Sec-Treasp S. Scott, V-Pres
C. Brooks, Pres: J. Rohrbaugh, Presp B. Witker, V-Presg C. Buehler,
Sec: F. Kusian, Treas. ROW 2: S. Steindam, B. Hunley: R. Rinebold
A. Womack: M. Tank: Mrs. D'Almaine, Advisory B. Jackson: C.
Wesemang L. Browning: L. l-laar. ROW 3: B. Westenkirchnerg J.
Shesslerg L. Bringeg B. Havenerg B. Wescotteg R. Witteg W, Wheeler:
R. Shields: J. Gerkensmeyerg S. Wilka: D. Aeschliman.
Foreign Languages Give Students
French Club members enjoy a feast at the Secor Hotel.
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The Latin Club held their monthly meetings the
first Monday of the month during class time. At these
meetings there were various forms of educational ac-
tivities. Their main project of the year was a dance
and candy sale. The dance was highlighted by the
crowning of Caesar and Cleopatra. The money raised
from this project was spent on the lavish Roman Ban-
quet in the spring.
"Mille Francs" was the theme of the French Club
dance and pastry sale held during the basketball sea-
son. The money they earned was used for a formal
banquet held at the Secor Hotel. At the banquet Mrs:
D'Almaine received several gifts from the two French
Clubs in appreciation for all she had done to make the
banquet possible. At the patriotic assembly for Wash-
ington's birthday the French Clubs sang the French
national anthem, "La Marseillaisef'
All the language clubs felt that it was truly an
enriching and fun-filled year.
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Mr. Barton joins in the fun of the Latin Banquet. John Bower trumpets to announced the oncoming battle.
an Opportunity for Fun and Learning
LATIN CLUB: FRONT ROW: K. Briggle, Pres: A. Krueger, V-Pres
C. Vogelpohl, V-Pres. M. Cottrell, Pres: C. Briggle, Pres: G. Wend
V-Pres: B. Vogelpohl, Pres: J. Pinkerton, V-Pres. ROW 2: P. Cham
pion: J. Bowen: B. LaVigne: K. Fowler: B. Moeller: C. Shields: Mrs
D'AImaine, Advisor: G. Peer: J. Widmer: B. Wanner: P. Bond: R
Shaneck: J. Vine: R. Eckerman. ROW 3: A. Schlievert: L. Rice: M
Lemke: J. Tank: J. Bower: S. Tester: B. Richards: R. Clark, B
Sprugeon: M. Wheeler: D. Bowland: M. Vogelpohl: M. Chambers: S
Huss. ROW 4: D. Oleszczuk: S. Diekman: K. Duffey: B. Bowlander:
slerg R. Haddix: G. Spaulding: B. Hartshorn: R. Rice: ROW 6: M.
Matyas: P. Layman: J. Fletcher: B. Lau: T. Lorenzen: D. Fielding: B.
Kinsel: D. Wilka: J. Heisman: L. Harsanje: T. Harbal: S. Bailey: M.
Chambers: D. Brandt: L. Rewoldt: M. Niehousmyer: B. l-laack.
J. Coyle: S. Kalmbach: M. Tank: G. Peiffer: J. Browning:
T. Schulte: L. Cornell: J. Rombach: L. Smith: M. Fletcher.
P. Sampsel: J. Johnson: C. Leppert, C. Witt: P. Wescotte:
dell: A. Wood: T. Weis: P. Johnson: D. Peterson: A. Wicks:
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PROJECTOR CLUB: FRONT ROW: J. Pocse: T. Bell, Sec-Treasg Cantug F. Mollenhauerp P. NlcCoil, V-Pres: S. Clereg B. Silvisg
M. Yentzerg C. Hartwig: W. Braddockg J. Cole, Pres, Mr. Frick. T. VanNessg F. Schultz, J. Bayer.
ROW 2: C. Schlievertg R. Hansen, J. Smith, B. Wagoner: R.
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solved by electronics students in class.
The main duty of the Projector Club was to take
care of the public address system. They set up the
microphones and other equipment for assemblies
which were presented to the student body. Another
vital service performed was the showing of movies in
classes when requested by the teacher. They also set
up the screen and projector for other social functions.
Hi-Li, a service club, consisted of student librarians.
Librarians were responsible for checking out books,
straightening books, and keeping order in the library.
Another project of Hi-Li was cutting out clippings from
newspapers in our area about our school. These ar-
ticles were then pasted in a scrapbook which was kept
inthe library. Mrs. Wood was the advisor for the club.
She was always willing to lend' a helping hand to any
student seeking aid on a research paper. This was
greatly appreciated by all students.
HI-LI: FRONT ROW: N. Johnson: M. Wheeler: D. Aeschliman
Treasp B. Westenkirchner, V-Presg J. Rinaldo, Pres: M. Feckley
Secg Mrs. Wood, Advisor: T. Race. ROW 2: D. Grahlg B. Peer
Students Through Active Clubs
Librarian Diane Grahi checks out a book for Dennis Siefkez
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Dan Colvin carries out the main duties of FFA, caring for the
The Future Farmers of America Club has had
several projects this year. ln order to earn a jacket,
each member must have passed the "greenhand" test,
the first step in FFA. FFA rendered an important ser-
vice to our school. Its members were in charge of tak-
ing care of the grounds. They planted bushes, pulled
weeds, and did much to keep our school looking its
best. During football season FFA members made and
sold popcorn at home games.
The Future Homemakers of America Club has had
a successful year. Each new member was assigned a
big sister at the beginning of the year to observe and
to help her. The new members were later initiated
formally and informally. During basketball season FHA
members began a new project, selling hotdogs at home
games. They also sold school pennants. To honor their
mothers, members held a Mother and Daughter tea.
In the spring the club traveled to Cedar Point for a
day of fun before the year's end. Marlaine Lusk was
chosen as the outstanding FHA member.
Industrious Students Learn
FFA: KNEELING: J. Lowe: C. Hartwig-5 D. Colvin: R. Lenz: R. Pres: L. Lohr, Treasg D. Nissen, Sec: B. Widmer, Sentinel: S.
Adcock: Nl. Lau. STANDING: lVlr. Thompson, Advisor, J. Smith: Chalfin, Reporter.
E. l-lurdelbrink. ON TRACTOR: W. Dipman, V-Pres: F. Schultz,
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FHA members sell hotdogs at one of the home basketball games.
Big sister Betty Oberhaus explains the Future Homemakers symbol
to her assigned FHA little sister, Sue Adcock.
Responsibility Through Club Work
FHA: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Jobe, Advisor: D. Haar, Historian: B.
Sutter, Sec: S. Fork, Parliamentarian: M. Lusk, Pres: N. Rich
ards, V-Pres: G. Porter, Treas. ROW 2: S. Albright: G. Heilman
C. Pierce: L. Webb: K. Archibald: J. Archibald: A. Torres: S.
Krell. ROW 3: N. Scott: V. Cantu: P. Pierson: L. Fisher: S.
Helle: D. Castilleia: C. Lusk: B. Skaggs. ROW 4: B. Calhoun
G. Castillejag J. Chalfin: B. Oberhaus: J. Ousley: C. Wicks: M
Zunk: J. Nemeth. ROW 5: K. Sheets: C. Roecker: G. Michel: K
Sheets: C. Michel: C. Koenker: M. Vargo: K. Wohn.
Future Professionals Gain Practical
F.B.L.A: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Pope, Advisor, D. Aeschliman, V-Pres.,
M. Feckley, Pres., S. Taylor, Sec., S. Sander, Reporter, Mrs. Hoeft,
Advisor. ROW 2: D. Castilleja, J. Archibald, D. Haar, N. Pitts, J.
Davis, T. Gerkensmeyer, L. Crandall, J. Tank, L. Webb, M. Vogelpohl,
L. McCormick. ROW 3: C. Lusk, C. Pfeiffer, J. Varga, H. Lorenzen,
F.B.L.A., Members, Debbie Aeschliman and Carolyn Pfeiffer, check
figures by using electronic machines.
M. Harrison, J. Ousley, B. Calhoun, H. Spasoff, J. Bertok, L. Fisher
B. Helle. ROW 4: J. Farrell, K. Sander, C. Sivinski, M. Wilhelm, D
Sieving, G. Michel, B. Sutter, B. Oberhaus, C. Stancil: D. Dunham
P. Waldenga, S. Smith.
- The Future Business Leaders of America had an
active year. In the fall they sold mums as. they do
every year at the football homecoming game. Their
most important project was a candy sale. Through
this candy, sale they earned enough money to purchase
new electronic machines for the business department
of our high school. F.B.L.A.'s goal is to prepare its
members for careers as secretaries and other business
employees. At one club meeting a teacher from Staut-
zen berger Business College spoke tothem about career
opportunities in business. In this way and many others,
F.B.L.A. was able to accomplish its goal. In the spring
the club members went to dinner at Latham's Country
House and put a close to a wonderful year.
The Future Teachers of America Club was established
at Genoa this year. F.T.A.'s aim is to help its members
to prepare for their careers in teaching. The club
undertook many projects to accomplish this aim. lts
members sat in on classes here at the high school to
observe the methods of various teachers. Later in the
year they travelled to Bowling Green State University
where they observed the methods of college professors.
F.T.A. attempted to further the education of elementary
school students through a program on the evils of
smoking. At club meetings panel discussions were
held with a group of teachers. Along with these edu-
cational activities, F.T.A. helped 'to commemorate
National Teacher's Week by presenting each teacher
with an apple.
F.T.A.: STANDING: J. Rinaldo, Pres. FRONT ROW: C. Zalesak.
V-Pres.p B. Jackson, Sec., M. Feckley, Treas.3 C. Buehler, Historian:
Mrs. Dunn, Advisorg Mrs. Hoeft, Advisor, Miss Starling, Advisor.
ROW 2: E. Betancourtg D. Helle: K. Cashen: P. Harsanje: C. Mc-
Cormickp J. Widmerg D. Grahl: L. Fisher. ROW 3: J. Rombach: K.
During National Teacher's Week, F.T.A. members, Jim Rinaldo and
Cathy Zalesak, honored Miss Starling with an apple.
Briggleg D. Sander, G. Chambers: D. Aeschlimanq B. Mandellg J.
Turnowg C. Witty D. Dunn. ROW 4: B. Hunleyg M. McCormickg C.
Briggleg J. Gerkensmeyerg L. Shiffertg K. Sheets: J. Shesslerg B.
Haackg C. Weseman.
The make-up committee practices a pplying make-up to Jane Shessler
at the dress rehearsal before the Dramatic Club play.
The main project of the Dramatic Club was its
annual play. This year's play, "Lavendar and Old
Lace," required weeks of hard work by all club mem-
bers to become the huge success that it was. Dramatic
Club meetings proved to be both interesting and un-
usual. At almost every meeting members put on skits
for the others. Also at meetings members gave reports
on plays or movies which they had seen since the last
meeting and recommended whether or not they were
worth seeing. Another project of the Dramatic Club was
keeping the make-up kit supplied for plays other than
the Dramatic Club play. At the end of the year the
Dramatic Club members had a theater party and trav-
elled to see a production of the musical "Carousel."
rt and Drama Make Students
kirchner, Treas.: F. Kusian. V-Pres.: S. Taylor, Pres.: S. Scott, Sec.
D. Troknya, Sgt-at-Arms. ROW 2: K. Fowler: B. Moeller: N. Johnson
L. Fisher: A. Stagner: D. Grahl: Miss Starling, Advisor: C. Brooks: L
Rice: C. Tank: M. Vogelpohl: D. Helle: B. LaVigne: G. Peer. ROW 3
J. Tank: B. Spurgeon: D. Bowland: M. Wilhelm: L. Browning: M
Tank: N. Vogtsberger: C. Sivinski: K. Sander: K. Briggle: D. Sander:
DRAMATIC CLUB: FRONT ROW: C. Briggle, Reporter: B. Westen-
P. Waldenga: M. Wheeler. ROW 4: P. Sampsel: D. Frey: B. Peer: J.
Johnson: M. Wilhelm: R. Nero: N. Hurdelbrink: M. Matyas: M. Nie-
housmyer: J. Tournow: C. Weseman: C. Leppert: J. Nemeth: M.
Clark: T. Gerkensmeyer. ROW 5: P. Layman: K. Sheets: A. Wood: J.
Ousley: M. Chambers: M. Blausey: J. Shessler: K. Sheets: J. Ger-
kerismeyer: J. Widmer: M. Cottrell: D. Sieving: J. Ackerman: B. Man-
dell: D. Gaul.
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ART CLUB: FRONT ROW: B. Helleg D. Helleg L. McCormickp G. Cas-
tillejap L. Walkerg B. Dietrich. ROW 2: R. Hartshorng M. Wolcottg C.
Zalesak, Treas.g B. Witker, Pres.g S. Taylor, Sec.: Mrs. Dunn, Ad-
visory J. Powers, C. McCormick: N. Vogtsbergerp D. Dunham. ROW
3: C. Michelg D. Phillips: J. Rice: C. Briggle: M. McCormickg M.
McCormickg C. Wesemanp J. Turnowg L. Reckerg C. Stancil.
Aware of Cultural World
The Art Club was very active in helping our school
this year. During the basketball season members were
assigned to watch coats at home games. The club pur-
chased another coat rack to be used for all school ac-
tivities. They also purchased a slide projector to be
used in the art department. Besides these important
projects, Art Club sponsored an annual model car show
which was judged by automobile salesmen. This year's
club members took it upon themselves to draw up a
constitution which clearly states the club's purposes.
They also revised the point system by which members
earn Art Club pins. Many members visited art shows
in the area to develop their cultural interests while
other members displayed their work in these shows.
Art CIub's most valuable project was Art Service. Mrs.
Dunn and many of her students donated their time
and effort to make interesting, inspiring posters and
displays. They helped to promote school spirit and to
make our school more attractive.
Art Club members Cathy Zalesak and Bill Witker view the award-
winning pictures at the art show in Lamson's Department Store
COMET STAFF: FRONT ROW: J. Rice, C. Pfeiffer: J. Shessler:
S. Scott: K. Farrell, Editor: S. Taylor: L. Browning: R. Bergeman.
ROW 2: K. Ackerman: H. Spasoff: C. Brooks: K. Briggle: R
Kalmbach: N. Johnson: B. Spurgeon: M. Vogelpohl: L. Rice.
Staff members Diane Sander, Richard Bergeman, K. C. Farrell, and
Jane Shessler prepare the final copy of the school newspaper,
Comet Tales. .
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ROW 3: Mrs. Pope, Advisor: M. Fletcher: D. Sander: N. Vogts
berger: K. Sheets: M. Tank: B. Brewer: S. Freidt: D. Grahl
ROW 4: P. Shessler: B. Mandell: P. Wescotte: B. Oberhaus: N
Richards: C. Briggle: A. Wood: C, Weseman: C. Witt: J. Browing
This year has been filled with change and progress
for the Comet Tales and its staff. Many old traditions'
were broken and replaced by modern, more efficient
methods. For the first time the Cornet Staff was able
to print the newspaper themselves on a newly-
purchased mimeograph machine. In the past a print-
ing company had handled this chore. Another change
concerned the sale of the paper. Previously individual
copies had been sold, but this year's staff decided
to sell by subscription only. The Comet Tales was dis-
tributed to subscribers once a month.
The year was filled with work and decisions for the
Limelight Staff. Many hours were spent to make this
book possible. The staff voted to make the page size
of our annual larger and to continue fall delivery so
that more activities could be covered. Staff members
attended workshops at Bowling Green and St. John's
High Schools in order to learn how to produce a better
book. Mrs. David, the staff's advisor, devoted count-
less hours to helping and guiding annual staff
LIMELIGHT EDITORIAL STAFF: FRONT ROW: J. Gerkensmeyer,
Activities Editor: B. Witker, Activities Editor. STANDING: R.
Shields, Editor-in-chief: C. Zalesak, Art Editor: R. Briggle,
Better Quality and
LIMELIGHT BUSINESS STAFF: SEATED: Mrs. David, Advisor:
S. Sander, Typist: J. Rinaldo, Advertising Manager: S. Stein,
Advertising Manager. STANDING: S. Grau,
Typist: J. Harbal,
Junior Assistant Editor: C. Buehler, School Editor: S. Stein
Junior Assistant Business Manager: K. Sander, Business Mana
ger: K. Farrell, Subscription Manager: D. Aeschliman, Sub
scription Manager: R. Bergeman-, Advertising Manager.
ADVANCED CHORUS: FRONT ROW: M. Lemke: J. Widmer: H. Spas
off: L. Browning: J. Nemeth: B. Barrett: M. Clark: F. Kusian, Sec
Treas.: A. Wood: P. Wescotte: R. Miller. ROW 2: M. Vogelpohl: C.
Spafford: N. Scott: D. Grahl: L. Fisher: D. Sieving: C. Koenker: B
Brewer: B. Jackson: T. Race: J. Johnson. ROW 3: D. Troknya: C
Gates: N. Hurdelbrink: J. Shessler: C. Briggle: K. Sheets: N. Richards
C. Weseman: N. Vogtsberger: S. Scott: D. Sander. ROW 4: C. Brooks,
B. Johnson: J. Lewis: G. Roecker: B. Witker: M. Matyas: C. Shields:
G. Porter: M. Wheeler: B. Spurgeon: M. Wolcott: J. Bertok. ROW 5:
G. Wend: D. Palacios: B. Wagoner: T. Van Ness: D. Moritz: L.
Shiffert: B. Ackerman: D. Wilka: A. Krueger: W. Wheeler, V-Pres.:
R. Shields, Pres.: E. Peters.
New Chorus Robes Add Color to the
MIXED ENSEMBLE: TOP T0 BOTTOM: R. Shields, D. Moritz, B.
Witker, F. Kusian, J. Shessler, C. Weseman, J. Lewis, L. Browning.
Genoa High's Advanced Chorus had a year of which
to be very proud. With money earned by previous candy
sales, the chorus was able to purchase choir robes this
year. These beautiful, maroon robes were worn at their
concerts and assemblies. The chorus presented con-
certs in the fall, winter, and spring, besides perform-
ing at assemblies before the student body. During the
winter several members attended the district chorus
festival held in Sandusky. At state competition held at
Port Clinton, several chorus members did exceptionally
well. The Mixed Ensemble and Rick Shields, who sang
a solo, both received superior ratings. At district com-
petition the entire chorus received an excellent rating.
GIRL'S ENSEMBLE: FRONT: F. Kusian, Accompanist. FRONT ROW: D.
Grahl, B. Johnson, S. Scott, N. Vogtsberger, D. Sander. ROW 2: K.
Sheets, C. Brooks, B. Brewer, M. Lemke.
BEGINNING CHORUS: FRONT ROW: V. Butzin, E. Betancourt, S
Rudes, G. Peer, B. Lavigne, B. Wanner, C. Shields, D. Dunn, I
Gongora, B. Moeller, K. Fowler, J. Widmer,'P. Bond. ROW 2: S.
Huss, L. Dodson, R. Collins, K. Ackerman, A. Stagner, J. Rombach
M. Wilhelm, D. Frey, C. Malone, K. Younker, L. Smith, A. Schlievert,
A. Chesson. ROW 3: S. Diekman, M. Tank, R. Nero, C. Witt, M.
GIRL'S ENSEMBLE: FRONT ROW: N. Scott, M. Vogelpohl, J.
Widmer. ROW 2: M. Wolcott, J. Johnson, J. Bertok. ROW 3:
A. Wood, B. Spurgeon, P. Wescotte.
Niehousmyer, M. Vargo, B. Haack, S. Bailey, M, Chambers, C.
Roecker, P. Layman, K. Briggle, B. Peer, C. Tank. ROW 4: J. Bower
L. Weseman, J. Browning, P. Shessler, J. Pinkerton, N. Ammons, T
Fisher, A. Krueger, A. Moritz, J. Kusian, M. Lau, G. Peiffer, T. Zale
sak, S. Tester, S. Kreager.
Concert Band Rates Superior at
SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Judy Gerkensmeyer, Sec- Francie Kusian. ROW 2: Sandy Steindamg Linda Haarg Dennis Hen-
Treasg Gail Chambersg Cathy Zalesakg Lois Browningg Mary Ann HGH. V-PYGSZ Ken Sander: Pres: J2fT!6S ROPIVDHUENI D9l1I'1iS Siefkei
Lemkep Marlene Browningg Marly Feckleyg Barb Westenkirchnerg Wayne Wheelerg Dave Norwalkg Susie Stein: Pam Harsanje.
CONCERT BAND: FRONT ROW: J. Gerkensmeyer, C. Leppert,
J. Chalfin, G. Porter, B. Haack, B. Johnson, C. Brooks, P.
Harsanje, C. Zalesak, D. Sieving, C. Tank, P. Wescotte, C.
Roecker. ROW 2: N. Vogtsberger, M. Chambers, A. Schlievert,
N. Johnson, M. Matyas, L. Browning, J. Rohrbaugh, B. Spurgeon,
H. Lorenzen, A. Wood, M. Cottrell, G. Chambers, C. Witt, B.
Bolander, G. Peer, M. Feckley, S. Bailey, N. Scott. ROW 3: J.
Widmer, L. Smith, J. Rombach, M. Lemke, M. Clark, S. Stein-
dam, D. Sander, F. Kusian, B. Wanner, C. Shields, N. Lindsay,
T. VanNess, A. Stagner, M. Wheeler, D. Troknya, D. Frey, P.
Waldenga, T. Fisher, T. Lorenzen, L. Harsanje, N. Ammons, D.
Hennen, J. Widmer, A. Krueger, G. Roecker. ROW 4: C. Sheldon,
S. Bowyer, P. Layman, J. Vine, T. Schulte, D. Haar, B. Westen-
kirchner, D. Wilka, C. Weseman, J. Bower, D. Dunn, D. Moritz
R. Rice, K. Sander, M. Lemke, D. Blausey, M. Niehousmeyer, P
Champion, J. Johnson, R. Miller, B. Lau, L. Haar, J. Bertok, A
Williams, J. Browning, B. Oberhaus, P. Shessler, F. Kruse, M
Browning, J. Widmer, W. Wheeler. STANDING: T. Gerkensmeyer
S. Stein, L. Stevens, D. Fielding, J. Lewis, B. Richards, B
Ackerman, J. Harbal, D. Norwalk, D. Latham, B. Kinsel, D
Siefke, R. Browning, M. Chambers, C. Coleman, Mr. Eash.
District and State Competition
The Genoa High School Band has truly had a year
of which to be proud. At the start of the year the
members, in cooperation with their parents, initiated
plans to purchase new uniforms. The style was select-
ed and will be worn by next year's band. Later in the
year several solos and ensembles travelled to Port
Clinton for state competition. Three soloists rated
superiors at this competition: they were Wayne Wheel-
er, Gary Roecker, and Ann Schlievert. District competi-
tion for the band came next. Never before had a Genoa
band earned a superior rating at district. Band mem-
bers practiced long, hard hours and to everyone's de-
light, they received a perfect rating. This entitled the
band to participate in state competition. Members
travelled to Columbus in the early hours of the morn-
ing. By noon the word arrived that the band had re-
ceived another perfect rating. A cheering crowd of
parents and friends greeted the band and their "chief"
as the buses pulled into the school that afternoon. lt
was an unforgettable moment for all. To finish out
their highly successful year, the band held a banquet
and dance at which Wayne Wheeler was selected as
the outstanding band member.
Concentration is the keystone to a good performance
The Majorettes for this year were Cathy Zalesak,
Marly Feckley, Mary Ann Lemke, Bonnie Spurgeon, and
Nancy Lindsay. These girls were chosen by Mr. Eash
on a point system. They proved to be a hard-working
group. ln the summer all the girls attended Smith-
Walbridge Camp in Syracuse, Indiana, to further their
knowledge of twirling. Their hard work paid off and
they won a plaque for second place in their division.
During the football season the Majorettes were par-
ticularly active. They spent long hours composing and
rehearsing various routines. The girls twirled batons
lit with fire and wore special costumes to add color to
their routines. The Majorettes made halftime much
more interesting and entertaining.
Band Initiates Plans for
ORCHESTRA: FRONT ROW: E. Faught, B. Witker, B. Wescotte, C.
Spafford, C. Schimmel, C. Dille, D. Helle. ROW 2: S. Wilka, I. Krell,
N. Lindsey, B. Bolander, M. Fletcher, E. Hurdelbrink, J. Fletcher,
B. Bailey, C. Miller, M. Haack, M. Rohrbaugh, B. Haack. ROW 3: S.
Tester, M. Buhrow, B. Johnson, J. Gerkensmeyer, N. Vogtsberger,
DANCE BAND: FRONT ROW: M, Cottrell, C.
Witt, G. Chambers, T. VanNess, N. Lindsey.
ROW 2: W. Wheeler, J. Widmer, P. Shessler,
J. Browning, K. Sander, M. Lemke, D. Moritz,
C. Weseman, B. Westenkirchner. STANDING:
D. Fielding, D. Latham, D. Siefke.
The pep band raises spirit by playing at pep
meetings and home basketball games.
Purchase of New Uniforms
M. Matyas, F. Kusian, N. Scott, S. Bailey, M. Feckley, G. Peer. ROW
4: K. Sander, M. Lemke, D. Wilka, W. Wheeler, J. Widmer, J. Brown-
ing, R. Browning, A. Wood, H. Lorenzen, B. Spurgeon, J. Rohrbaugh.
STANDING: Mr. Konzen, D. Latham, A. Krueger, D. Drummond, J.
Cole. T. Gerkensmeyer.
Our orchestra, one of the few in the area, had a re-
warding year. They were able to purchase a new string
bass which added much to the orchestra's eftectiyeness.
Several orchestra members played in the district or-
chestra at Sandusky. Some members also played in
musical productions at other schools. They played in
"The King and l" at Eastwood and "Kiss Me, Kate"
A Time to Value
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Susie Stein Reigns Gver
TOP FIVE: Gail Chambers, Sandy Sander, Queen CORTS: Jeff Rice, Jack Vogelpohl, Dennis Siefke,
Susie Stein, Sharon Taylor, Mary Ann Lemke. ES- Terry Bell, Jerry Thompson.
Genoa Hi h
For fourteen senior girls, the football homecoming
of 1966 will be a long-remembered event. For all of
us, it provides many warm memories. lt all began
with the choosing of candidates by Genoa's clubs. The
week before the homecoming game was campaign
week for the clubs supporting candidates. Then came
the big day, the day when the 1966 homecoming
queen would be chosen. The students voted and
selected the top five girls. From these the football
team chose the queen and her attendants. The girls
were tense and excited while the student body was
anxious to know who their queen would be.
ln mid-afternoon the homecoming assembly was
held. As the first of the four attendants was an-
nounced, a hush fell over the crowd. Fourteen girls
waited breathlessly to find out which of them had
been selected queen.
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The climax of the assembly is reached when DennisSiefke crowns
After arriving at the field,
Debbie Aeschliman is helped from her car by escort Linda Lemke, 1965 Homecoming Queen, retires her
as Homecoming Story Llnfolds
That evening the candidates rode in a parade ending
at the football field. Their cars had been decorated by
the clubs that they represented. The queen and her
court reigned at the game. At halftime, the queen was
presented with a traveling trophy which is hers to keep
for a year. Queen Susie was the sixteenth girl to receive
this trophy since its donation by the alumni. She was
also presented with a personal trophy by the Key Club.
To add a crowning touch to a wonderful evening, the
Comets honored their queen with a twenty to nothing
victory. The following night a dance was held at the
high school for the queen and her court.
Homecoming week of 1966 was truly a week to
The Key Club wins a trophy for their presentation of Freyja, Goddess
The court is ecstatic as the team rolls on to victory.
The last dance marks the end of an unforgettable week.
The annual G.A.A. Christmas Formal was held De-
cember seventeenth in the high school cafeteria. Follow-
ing weeks of inviting and planning, the long-awaited
night finally arrived. Couples looking their very best
floated into "CandyIand Christmas" on the music of
the Mark Five Quintet. Boys and girls swished around
the dance floor dodging giant candy canes and lighted
Christmas trees and stopped to pause a few minutes
under the mistletoe. The highlight of the evening was
the week-early appearance of Santa Claus. He greeted
all the couples and chaperones and pulled out of his
bag a present for each senior girl before departing.
The night seemed to fly by and all too soon the last
dance was being played. The couples then slowly de-
parted, leaving behind a warm and well-remembered
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The photographer captures Sharon and Terry
upon entering the formal.
Sweeten Holiday Activities
Holiday spirit is mirrored in couples' smiling faces.
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ATTENDANTS: Carol Tank, Freshmang Julie Bertok, Sophomoreg Barb
Jackson, 1967 Queen: Barb Westenkirchner, Senior: Cathy Zalesak,
Seniorg Sandy Sander, Senior Jean Peer, 1966 Queen: Barb Sutter,
Chosen Basketball Queen
Junior. ESCORTS: Dennis Henneng Ken Sanderg Phil McColl: James
Rohrbaughg Fred Mollenhauerg Jim Duvallg John Harbalg Jim Brossia.
The basketball homecoming of 1967 was filled with
excitement and suspense for all. A week of voting ended
in the selection of three unclerclass attendants and four
senior candidates for queen. At the game with St. Joe,
the air was alive with tension as the crowd waited for
the presentation of the queen and her court. One by one
the girls were presented along with their escorts. Every-
one there waited expectantly for the announcement of
the queen. Then the words came, "Give your warm ap-
plause to the 1967 Basketball Queen, Miss Barbara
Jackson!" A cheer arose as Phil McCoil crowned Barb
the new queen.
The excitement of the crowning ceremony was
matched by the excitement of the game. The queen
and her court reigned at the game and at the dance
Jean Peer, 1966 queen, presents a
. bouquet of flowers to the new queen.
Phil lVlcCoil's congratulatory kiss brings a smile to Queen Barb's face.
DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY CAST! ON FLOOR: Sharon Barb Mandellg Rita Nero. ROW 3: Miss Starling,
THYIOY, Student DiI'GCf0I'2 l-055 Bl'0Wning. Student Directorg Mary Niehousmyerp Martin Matyasg Jobie
Director. ROW 2: Jane Shesslerp Deanna Troknyap Ousleyg Jim Widmerg Mike Stebing,
A Play, a Banquet Give Students a
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Break from Stud
The Dramatic Club presented its annual play
which was entitled "Lavendar and Old Lace." The play
revolved around a Miss Ainsley who was thought to be
crazy by most of her neighbors. Suspense heightened
until the reason for Miss Ainsley's placing a light in
her window every night was disclosed. The play was a
mystery-comedy which provided an evening of plea-
sure for all who saw it. Barb Mandell played the lead-
The Latin Club held its annual Roman Banquet in
the spring. Before the banquet first-year Latin stu-
dents presented a play, "The Rape of the Sabine Wom-
en," for thesecond-year students. Following the play,
everyone marched into the cafeteria for a feast be-
yond compare. Freshmen acted as slaves and served
the sophomores food and drink. Fruits, garlic bread,
city chicken and punch abounded. The hard work of
the Latin students had paid off in a successful ban-
Slaves must obey their masters, but they can have fun doing it.
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Decisions, decisions-which one will she choose?
"Tammy Tell lVle True" was the title of the play
which was presented by the Junior Class. The play
was about a young country girl named Tammy who
went to college to be with her boyfriend. While there
she befriended an old lady whose niece was trying to
prove her insane. Luckily her plot to obtain her aunt's
money failed. Tammy then found out that her boy-
friend wasn't the boy she thought he was and she fell
in love with a college professor. Carol Brooks, Carol
Weseman, Al Womack, and Dennis Latham played the
The title of the Senior Class Play was "You Can't
Take It Along." The play was a Cinderella-type story
about a young orphan named Sylvia who worked as a
servant for her aunt and two cousins. One day the
news was delivered that Sylvia had inherited a large
sum of money from her long-lost father. Her relatives
tried to cheat her out of the money by devising a plot
to prove that she was insane but thanks to the clever-
ness of Dr. Kennedy, Sylvia's admirer, the plot failed.
The leading roles were played by Barb Jackson and
The Desire for Money Is
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY CAST: FRONT ROW: J. Lewis, D. Sander,
B. Sutter, C. Weseman, S. Scott, C. Brooks, A. Womack, D. Pa
lacios, D, Latham, R. Grosjean. ROW 2: M. Jansic, L. Sampsel
B. Johnson, S. Pryor, C. Coleman, M. Stebing, K. Hoeft, R.
- Porath, J. Turnow, H. Steindam, R. Potridge, G. Roecker, D.
D. Grahl, J. Farrell, K. Sander, B. Zunk, N. Vogtsberger, C. Gates,
SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST: FRONT ROW: C. Zalesak: B. Witker: B. C. Bodette: J. Rinaldoq J. Cole: J. Shessler, Student Director: F
Jackson: C. Buehler, Student Director: M. Lemkeg J. Gerkensmeyerg Kusian: S. Gallup: S. Grau.
L. Browning: P. Harsanje. ROW 2: S. Stein: Miss Johnson, Director:
Brought to Life in Class Plays
"Hey! What's going on here?" "Gee, Dr. Kennedy,
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"Stairway to the Stars" Provides
Heaven was the word for it, the night of the year's
biggest social event, the Junior-Senior Prom. The eve-
ning began with a grand smorgasbord in the star-
studded cafeteria. Dinner music floated through the
air to give a special touch of elegance.
Following dinner, starry-eyed couples hurried to
view the beautiful decorations. Leaving earth-people
behind, they travelled up the "Stairway to the Stars."
Passing by pink-blossomed trees and twinkling stars,
couples finally stopped to visit a mysterious fortune
teller who told them what the future had in store. A
few more steps along the stairway brought the wan-
derers to a deserted space ship. Curious to see what
was inside, they entered but found nothing except the
wills of the abandonedlcrew. The adventurers then
stopped to rest and were entertained by acrobatic
dancers from earth. They then continued on their
journey through the heavens until coming to a sou-
venir shop where each received a keyrlng to remind
him of the incredible journey.
After the celestial voyage, couples returned to earth
for a party. The party began at the Genoan Theater
where they enjoyed the movie, "The Russians Are
Coming." Their glorious, star-filled evening came to an
end at Schroeders Hall where they danced until dawn.
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The juniors can at last relax and enjoy all that their hard work has brought about.
a eavenly Evening
A splendid banquet prepares travellers for their journey into the heavens.
A beautiful setting creates a romantic atmosphere in which to dance.
Sophomore Diane Bowland offers sou-
venirs to couples attending the prom.
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A Time to Compete
VARSITY AND RESERVES: FRONT ROW: F. Schultz: D. Nissen: J.
Thompson: B. Havener: K. Sander, Co-Captain: J. Vogelpohl, Co'
Captain: J. Duvall: D. Hennen: T. Bell: D. Siefke. ROW 2: G. Kusner:
J. Lewis: J. Rice: C. Coleman: R. Witte: J. Werner: R. Rollins: D.
COACHES: J. Bolander: R. Baird: J. Firestone, Head Coach: D. Hitchen.
Huston: J. Harbal. ROW 3: G. Wend: L. Sampsel: E. Evans: T. Smith:
B. Feckley: C. Vogelpohl: T. Harbal: D. Fork: R. Betancourt: D. Moritz.
ROW 4: NI. Yentzer: B. Lau: R. Kalmbach: J. Spitier: L. Kozak: B.
Ackerman: J. Heisman: B. Kinselg C. Kocis: L. Harsanje: B. Wagoner.
Comets Begin the
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FRESHMAN: FRONT ROW: T. Jones: T. Fisher: T. Lorenzen: Pinkerton: J. Stancil: R. Andeverde. ROW 3: Mr. Baird, Coach:
B. Gledine: D. Martin: J. Fletcher: J. Browning. ROW 2: G. G. Spaulding: A. Moritz: B. Clere: D. Heilman: M. Moeller: T.
McAllister: J. Dunn: J. Kusian: B. Vogelpohlg R. Buehler: J. Zalesak: R. Rice: M. Chambers, Mgr.
Season With Downcast Hopes
SENIORS IN FRONT: K. Sander, J. Vogelpohl. FRONT ROW: J.
Thompson, F. Schultz, B. Havener, R. Witte, J. Werner. ROW 2: R.
Rollins, D. Siefke, D. Nissen, J. Duvall, D. Hennen, T. Bell.
The season looked bleak. All our former greats
were gone. The experts predicted only a mediocre
season for Genoa. In scrimmage games it became
quite evident that the team of '66 lacked the
size and strength of former teams. Then came
the first game and a resounding defeat. Every-
one had been right about the Comets-they just
didn't have it.
The next game pitted us against Lake. When
halftime came the Comets were trailing by .three
points. No one knows what happened during that
half, but when Genoa returned to the field they
were a different team.
MANAGERS: B. Witker, R. Knudsen: L. Fowler, M. Padgett, J
Jack Vogeipohi shows the form of a first team
NLL defensive back.
Touchdown for Genoa!
At Season's End, Comets
Quarterback Hennen pilots the team to a 20-0 victory over Rossford.
Anxiety in the midst of crisis.
Beginning with the Lake game and con-
tinuing throughout the following weeks, spirits
rose and the Comets continued on their win-
ning streak. The Eastwood game was the
peak of the season. Both schools were tied
for first place in the NLL, At last we had the
chance to become the champions ofourleague.
School and team spirit was at an all time high.
When game night came, the team played the
best game that they possibly could but the
other team played a little bit better. The Comets
were defeated and had to settle for second
place in the league.
The 1966 football season at Genoa was
supposed to be mediocre, but it became one
of the best in our history.
Possess Two Trophies
Dick Huston gets one of his many fine tackles for the Comets.
VARSITY BASKETBALL: FRONT: Mr. Honner, Coach. ROW 2: J. Brossiag N. Fredritzg H. Harbalg W.
Bower: F. Nlollenhauerg P. McCoiIp J. Rohrbaughg K. Sanderg J. Duvallg H. Routsong D. Hennen.
Comet Varsity Struggles Over
RESERVE BASKETBALL: FRONT ROW: D. Matthews, T. VanNess: J. Heisman: R. Briggle, Phil "Greek" NleCoil makes a rebound
G. Brooks. ROW 2: L. Harsanjeg D. Wilkag B. Ackermang Mr. Bolander, Coach, J. Lowe: good for two DOIYWS-
L. Kozakg D. Fork.
SENIORS: .lim Brossia, Dennis Hennen, James Rohrbaugh, Phil
McCoil, K. Sander, Jim Duvall, Wade Bower.
This was truly an unusual' and varied season for
the Genoa Varsity Basketball Team. There were
games when they amazed their opponents with a
startling victory, there were games when the Comets
came to know what the real meaning of defeat is,
and there were many of those breathless, unforget-
table games when the score tottered back and forth
right up until the final buzzer sounded.
Although the season record wasn't the best in our
history, it was far from the worst. This year's team
brought many exciting moments which could not
possibly be forgotten. Who could forget the games
with Oak Harbor and Gibsonburg that had everyone
sitting on the edge of their seats until the final mo-
ments brought victory to the Comets. This year's
team will be long remembered for these games and
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Seniors Head Attack of the
James goes high in the air to gain possession of the ball.
i The varsity team was dominated by seniors this
T year. The starters were Jim Brossia, Dennis Hennen,
Phil lVlcCoil, Jim Duvall, and Ken Sander. They all
did an excellent job. This was proved by Phil Nlc-
Coil's finishing fifth in league scoring and placing on
the second All-NLL team. The other four starters re-
ceived honorable mention in the NLL.
The team enjoyed several trips this year. Preceding
the season they travelled to Akron for a weekend.
There they scrimmaged several teams including Ak-
ron St. Vincent, Akron Springfield, and Akron North.
After the season ended, they took a weekend trip to
Detroit where they watched two professional games.
The Comets also had the opportunity to visit Bowling
Green and see the Falcons in action.
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A tight defense is important in the winning of a ball game.
BOWLING TEAM: WHITES: L. Lohr, R. Swartz, S. Varga, T. Bell, J. Cole, D. Oleszczuk, R. Witte, D. Norwalk, B.
B. Nloritz, B. Havener, B. Wescotte. REDS: Coach Miller, Younker.
Bowlers Strike NLL Runner-up Spotg
NLL high game trophy winner, Ron Swartz, strives for the per-
fection needed to be a superior bowler.
The Genoa White bowling team had an
extremely good season. Led by Ron Swartz
with an average of 157, they received the
runner-up position in the Northern Lakes
League. Ron Swartz also won a trophy for
bowling a game of 257, the highest game
in the NLL.
Although starting the year with three
straight losses, the wrestling team bounced
back and lost only one other match. They
finished by splitting their season with four
wins and four losses. Rick Andaverde was
the mainstay of the team. He was second
in the NLL and won a first place in the
Eastside Christmas Tournament at North-
wood. He won the sectional but due to a
back injury couldn't continue in the tourna-
ments. Two other sectional winners were Al
Womack and Dennis Tester.
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D. Tester, Co-Capt: J. Braddock, Co-Captg G. Cisnerosg M. Brad- Coachp D. Latham: R. Betancourtp H. Cisnerosg B. Hartshorng
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This was the first year for a cross country team at
Genoa. This sport, which took place in the fall, con-
sisted of boys from opposing schools running over
an open course. Unlike other sports the team with
the low score was the winner. Despite a two win and
five loss record, Genoa's team was fifth in their
The Comet baseball team had a victorious season.
For the first time there were varsity and reserve
teams, each with its own schedule. The varsity's
record for the year was ten wins and seven losses.
Several players did very well during the season and
as a result were placed on NLL teams. Jim Brossia,
Jim Duvall, and Dan Mathews made the NLL second
team, and Jack Vogelpohl, Bill Havener, Ken Sander,
and John Harbal received honorable mention.
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by side at one of the meets.
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: Mr. Merickle,
Coach: D. Siefke, Co-Capt.: B. Wescotte, Co-Capt.:
R. Witte, Co-Capt.: Mr. Miller, Coach. ROW 2: R.
Tapia: J. Garcia: A. Womack: D. Colvin: B. Richards:
Trackmen Streak to Second
Farrell: J. Spitler: L. Fowler: D. Huston: D. Fork:
D. Palacios. ROW 4: J. Werner: R. Shields: S. Clere:
J. Rohrbaugh: P. McColl: J. Heisman: C. Kocis: B.
Colvin: J. Powers, Mgr.
M. Braddock: R. Thornton. ROW 3: G. Kusner: K.
The Genoa Comet track team had a record-breaking
year. lndividual records were broken and re-broken.
Jim Braddock's two-mile record was broken twice by
Bill Wescotte who managed to set a new county rec-
ord for it. His record was then broken by Dan Fork.
The relay team, composed of Branch Colvin, Derly
Palacios, Al Womack, and James Rohrbaugh, set a
new time for the school in the mile relay. Terry Par-
sil broke his brother's pole vault record and also set
a new school record in the high jump.
The highlight of the season was Genoa's victory at
the Ottawa County Track Meet. Never before had a
Genoa team won the county championship two con-
secutive times. This year's team made it a first.
This year's track team also continued one of the
longest winning streaks on record at our school. They
had seven consecutive wins before being overpowered
by a strong Maumee team. This, added to fourteen
previous consecutive wins, made a total of twenty-
one consecutive dual meet victories.
Great individual efforts and a greater team effort
made this year's track season one not soon to be
A happy track team lifts their coach on their shoulders after
winning the county championship.
Consecutive County Championship
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GOLF TEAM: R. Martin, D. Martin, J. Thompson, W. Bower, T. Weis, Coach Blum, J. Rinaldo, B
Golf Gffers Exercise and Relaxation
Chippewa Golf Course was the home for the golf
team this year. Beginning in late March, after-school
hours and many Saturdays were filled with practice
sessions for team members. As the actual golf match-
es began in mid-April, the true test of their abilities
was given. Genoa putted their way to fourth place in
NLL standings and fourteenth in the District Meet.
The G.A.A. sponsored a varsity and reserve volley-
ball team which played during the autumn months.
Both teams were about even in the won and lost
column. Each time they met an opponent, three games
were played. The team winning two of the three
games was considered the winner. The winter months
were filled with basketball games. The reserves split
their season while the varsity was winless. But more
important than winning was the fun and fellowship
the girls enjoyed as they met many new friends.
Tim Weis tees off at Chippewa.
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K. Sandarg S. Scott: J. Ackerman: B. Sutter: S. Wilka: C. Siv- meyer: S. Sander: B. Jackson: D. Aeschlimang G. Chambers:
inskiz D. Sander: C. Buehler. Capt. ROW 2: VARSIW: P. Har- T. Race.
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Scott: D. Sander, Capt.: D. Porath: S. Hussg C. Brooks: L. Dille. ROW 2: VARSITY: J. Gerk
ensmeyerg B. Sutter: S. Wilkag J. Ackerman: D. Aeschlimang G. Chambers, Co-Capt.: M
Feckley, Co-Capt.: S. Stein: K. Sander.
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dd Excitement to Sporting Events
The excitement of cheerleading began in the spring
of 1966 with the choice of the new cheerleaders. The
Varsity Cheerleaders were Gail Chambers, Barb Jack-
son, Sandy Sander, and Cheryle Sivinski. The Reserves
were Karen Sander, Janice Varga, Julie Bertok, and
Lynne Rice. During the summer two of them, Barb and
Cheryle, attended cheerleading camp at Kent State
University and won several awards for ability, per-
sonality, and spirit. When school began, the cheerleaders
devised a way of raising school spirit. Each week they
awarded a spirit flag to the class which had shown the
most team support the week before. Their year was
kept very busy with practicing, cheering at games, and
planning unusual skits for pep meetings. Without
cheerleaders, a colorful and vital part of Genoa's ath-
letic program would be missing.
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: S. Albright, J. Widrner, K. Fowler, L.
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Rick Andaverde was selected the wrestling team's most valuable
player. He won in the District Wrestling Tournament, allowing
him to advance to the Regionals.
Jim Duvall, most valuable football player and NLL first team offensive fullbackg
Jack Vogelpohl, first team defensive halfbackg and Ken Sander, most valuable
lineman and second team offensive end, sparked the Comets to a fine season.
Outstanding Genoa Athletes
Dennis Hennen Displays the star award plaque he won for re'
covering the most fumbles and intercepting the most passes in
the 1966 football season.
Track Queen Francis Kusian congratulates Bill Wescotte, two mile run
record holder, over the Ottawa County Track Meet Trophy.
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he set school records in the high jump and pole vault
Genoa students again excelled in all types
of sports. The football team placed second in
the Northern Lakes League and retained the
Celestial Ball trophy by tying Oak Harbor. The
basketball team had a less successful season
than the previous one but still provided fans
with many thrilling moments. Our cindermen
again captured the Ottawa County Track Meet
Championship and broke many records. Our
wrestling, golf, bowling, cross-country, and
baseball teams gained success and popularity
and appeared to be headed for even more of
both in the future.
Genoa Scholars Gain
The following students received ratings in the Final District-State
Scholarship Test: Lyle Shiffert, American History: Kathy Duffey,
Latin lp Marcia Tank, English l.
Ken Sander and Judy Gerkensmeyer receiving the "I Dare You"
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Program. first Genoa student to be so honored. Fair.
County winners from Genoa in the American Legion Americanism and
Government Test: Mary Ann Lemke, Nancy Hurdlebrink, Rick Shields.
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Genoa soloists who earned Superior ratings at State Competition:
Gary Roecker, baritone: Wayne Wheeler, tromboneg and Ann
Genoa scholars experienced a very fruitful year
as they captured many honors and awards and
scored many "firsts". Rick Shields became
Genoa's first Finalist in the National Merit Schol-
arship Programg James Rohrbaugh became the
first Genoa student to be accepted into Yaleg
Kathy Sheets received a Superior rating at the
State Science Fairg and Wayne Wheeler, Gary
Roecker, Ann Schlievert, and Rick Shields earned
Superior ratings at the State Solo and Ensemble
The annual "I Dare You" awards to one senior
boy and girl were won by Ken Sander and Judy
Gerkensmeyer. These awards are based on over-
all excellence in scholarship, citizenship, and
Wayne Wheeler, the band's top senior member.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: L. Browning, B. Witker, J. Gerkensmeyer, J. Rohrbaugh, K. Sander,
R. Shelds, D. Clark, S. Grau.
Eight seniors were inducted into the National Honor
Society at the annual Scholastic Recognition Banquet
in April. The ceremonies were conducted by the ten
junior probationary members. The members were
chosen on the basis of scholarship, character, lead-
ership, and service. Since its establishment in 1963,
thirty-four Genoa students have become members of
this nationwide organization.
New members of Quill and Scroll, an honorary so-
ciety for students who have done outstanding work
in school publications, received their pins and certifi-
cates on Awards Day. These students were in the upper
third of their class and were on the staffs of The
Limelight or The Comet Tales. Four members of the
society had received their pins the year before when
they were juniors.
Dan Clark signs the register of the National Honor Society during cere-
monies at the Scholastic Recognition Banquet.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY PROBATIONARYMENIBERS: STANDING: G. Kusner, N. Hurdelbrink, G. Roecker, C.
R. Rinebold, N. Johnson, C. Brooks, K. Sander, S. Scott. Weseman, J. Rice.
QUILL AND SCROLL: SEATED: J. Gerkensmeyer, D. Sander, C. Shields, K. Sander, B. Witker, S. Sander, Mrs. David, Advisor, Nlrs
Buehler, D. Aeschliman, J. Shessler, L. Browning, S. Grau, S. Scott, Pope, Advisor, C. Brooks.
S. Steindam. STANDING: R. Bergeman, J. Rice, K. Farrell, R.
A Time To Learn
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Nlr. Robert Samsen, lVlr. Albert Briggle, Clerk Lester Henningsen, Supt. George Donnelly, Attorney
Able Supervision and Guidance
George M. Donnelly
GEORGE DONNELLY, the Genoa Area School su-
perintendent, together with the Genoa Area Board of
Education did an excellent job in supervising the opera-
tion of the entire school system. Through a monthly
newsletter all residents of the Genoa school district
were informed of the activities of the Board and of the
school administrative department. Some major projects
included the establishment of Genoa's first kinder-
garten, the approval of an adjusted teacher wage policy,
and the adoption of a summer remedial reading course.
In his first year as principal at Genoa Area High
School, PATRICK BARTON proved himself to be a
capable administrator. His support and participation
in both school supported and extracurricular activities
won him the admiration of the student body and the
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Genoa's three music directors: MR. EASH, bandg
IVIR. GREUNKE, chorusg and MR. KONZEN, orchestra,
did a fine job in supplying musical entertainment
at any event from a football game to baccalaureate
NIRS. DUNN'S art classes learned of the history of
art and how to put art to use either as a hobby or as
IVIRS. WOOD provided an invaluable service as li-
brarian because nearly all students at some time use
the library for reference or for pleasure.
Jim Smith displays art talents.
I R i Jane Ackerman puts library facilities to use
English in some form was a requirement in all four
years of high school because a thorough understanding
of our language is necessary if we are to effectively
communicate with others.
MRS. DAVID, through review of grammar, library
assignments, and classical reading sessions gave her
English I students a firm foundation for further English
courses. MISS STARLING, who taught English ll, relied
upon grammar, literature, and poetry to broaden the
student's knowledge and appreciation of our language.
The American literature classes taught by MISS
JOHNSON, MISS STARLING, and MR. MILLER told
students the history of creative writing in America by
giving in chronological order famous writings by Ameri-
can authors. English literature, taught by MISS JOHN-
SON, told the story of British prose and poetry from
its earliest origins to the great English writers of to-
day. Speech, also taught by MISS JOHNSON, attempted
to give students the ability to express themselves well
before a group.
MRS. D'ALMAlNE taught the foreign languages, using
her own experiences in Europe as background material.
English students prepare short story reports.
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Carole Malone completes the sewing of a new dress. Judith Hoeft
Vocational Courses Provide
Bonnie Spurgeon practices on a ten-key adding machine.
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to teach her pupils the basics of good homekeeping.
This year she traded students with NIR. THOIVIPSON,
who taught industrial arts and vocational agriculture,
for several weeks to acquaint the girls with the use of
tools and power equipment and to teach the boys to
use appliances and to prepare food.
NIR. JOHNSON worked to train his mechanical draw-
ing students for careers in drafting or related fields.
IVIRS. POPE and MRS. HOEFT in their business and
typing courses gave their students the training needed
to assume secretarial or similar jobs.
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Tumbling builds muscular co-ordination
All students were required to earn at least one credit
in health andfor physical education. ln his boys' phys.
ed. classes, MR. HONNOR led a variety of interesting
activities including: touch football, kickball, dodgeball,
basketball, and tumbling. MRS. O'CONNOR's girls'
phys. ed. classes played volleyball, tumbled, and learned
In their health classes, both teachers stressed the
importance of a thorough understanding of the work-
ings of the human body in maintaining good health.
In the history classes of MR. MILLER, students were
required to attain a more complete grasp of the sub-
ject material because ofthe essay type tests he gave.
His lectures and his readings from outside sources
helped keep the courses alive and interesting. MISS
BLAUSEY, in her history and government classes,
used many means besides the textbook in teaching.
These included: maps, special reports, a scrapbook,
and a speech by our representative to the Ohio
Mike Yentzer utilizes a map of South-East Asia in studying current
Social Sciences Explain Our World
Gordie Wend adjusts microscope as Barb Mandell selects the next
Last fall MR. BOLANDER began teaching a new
Freshman subject, introductory Physical Science,
designed to prepare students for more advanced
studies. ln biology MR. SIEREN tried to tie together
the complex world of plants and animals through
student observation. ln teaching physics MR.
NOVOTNY, using varied lab equipment, attempted
to establish in the students' minds the basic
theories of the physical sciences. In chemistry he,
again through the use of various lab equipment,
tried to develop an understanding on the student's
part of the nature of chemical reactions.
The math teachers, MR. PORTER and MR.
BAIRD, struggled to implant the idea of mathe-
matical reasoning and deduction into the minds
of their algebra, general math, geometry, and ad-
vanced math students.
Science and Math
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various duties in all aspects of school life. The -
cooks, custodians, cashiers, cafeteria workers,
secretaries, and office workers managed to
make life easier and more enjoyable for all
CASHIERS: SITTING: H. Spasoff, B. Peer. STANDING: C. OFFICE WORKERS: SITTING: K. Sander, M. Niehousmyer. STANDING:
Briggle, J. Ackerman, N. Johnson. M. Wilhelm, S. Sander.
ADMINISTRATION BUILDING SECRETARY: Linda Sorg HIGH SCHOOL SECRETARY: Lynette Hoeft
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BUS MAINTENANCE: Lowell Miller. CUSTODIANS: Mr. Gaul, Mr. Wyatt, Mr. Schimming.
CAFETERIA WORKERS: FRONT ROW
M. Fletcher, L. Dodson. ROW 2: P. Ray
mond, K. Johnson, K. Moritz, I. Gon-
gora, C. Stancil. ROW 3: M. Vargo, J
Coyle, K. Duffey, S. Kalrnbach, M
Zapata, S. Adcock. ROW 4: L. McCormick,
P. Pierson, E. Lopez, V. Skaggs.
COOKS: Mrs. Lusk, Mrs. Swartz, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Stroscher.
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OFFICERS: Christine, Shields, President,
Karen Briggle, Vice-President, Karen Fow
Ier, Secretary-Treasurer. ADVISORS: Mr
Bolander, Mrs. D'Almaine, Mrs. Hoeft, Mr
Novotny, Mrs. Pope, Mr. Porter.
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Dan Clark, Dave Bowland, James Rohrbaugh,
K. C. Farrell, Ken Sander, and Bill Witker.
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Carleen Arndt looks forward to her future,
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Graduation Marks an End
Valedictorian Rick Shields receives his diploma at the commencement exercises.
IVlr. Banon, principal, presents a diploma to Judy Gerkensmeyer,
The Class of 1967 is together for its last time.
but Also a Beginning
WHAT IS GRADUATION?
Graduation is sighs and laughter
Nlingled liberally with tears,
of one's sharing
Life with classmates through the years.
Graduation is conclusion
Of one big phase of work and'fun,
A milestone passed,
new things begun.
Graduation is excitement,
Diplomas and a mortar board . . .
The gate to pathways unexplored.
Graduation is an end,
But also a beginning . . .
The start of all the dreams
That every graduate is spinning.
Each of us has lost a friend, but the school has lost an army.
A Time t6'Suggest
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SPURGEON MOTOR SALES INC.
SS 350 Camaro Convertibl
with Rally Sport optio
Congratulations to the Class of l967
Your Chevrolet Dealer
Genoa, Ohio 855-7062 or 855-7072
Class of 1947
Ph. 862-3121 136 E. Rice St.
JOHNSON LUMBER CO.
ART'S UPHOLSTERING SHOP
175 Front St. Curtice, Ohio
Arthur Haack, Prop.
HARMON'S BARBER SHOP
624 Main St., Genoa, Ohio
Mon. 8. Tues. 8:30-6:00
Wed. 8g Fri. 9:30-9:00
with or without appointment
SANDER BROS. BUILDERS
BOWER DAIRY DIP
Washington St. Genoa, Ohio
to the Class of I967
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Water Softeners, Pumps, Plumbing
Heating 8g Spouting
103 8th Street
RUDES 8x REEDER
All Forms of Insurance Protection
CLAIRE C. DUNN
Langmaicl Agency, Inc .
Oregon, Ohio Phone 69
For Yourvllih Styling wah
miss CONNIE'S SALON "'
Connie Younker, Mgr. ll
Graduate of '61
204 Lucas St. Curiice, O.
For Appointment-Ph. 836-8457
Closed MOWUYS General Merchandise
Clay Center, Ohio
SAMSEN'S HOME FURNISHINGS
Genoa, Ohio Good Luck, Graduates
Phone currsce sae-6241 CLAY CENTER BOWLING
Open from 9 A.M. to 7 P.M.
BURGlE'S CURTICE TAVERN M .
onday thru Friday
Beer-Wine-Liquors 254 Per Game
Catering Service Sat., Sun., and Evenings
354 Per Game
Very Good Foods
Richard Bergeman, Prop. 855-9727
THE LITTLE FLOWER SHOPPE
Jim Seitz ,mix JR Al
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ROBINSON'S FUNERAL HOME
631-633 Main Genwf Ohio
NATIONAL BANK OF OAK HARBOR
Member of Federal Reserve System
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
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Owned by Bob Nolte
Rt. 51 and Main St.
G. R. Drummond, Prop.
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Business Phone Home
CURTICE MACHINE TOOL 8. DIE
Prop. Bud Rossler
Wildacre Rd. Curtioe
ERV'S BARBER SHOP
Walk in or Call for Appointment
Tues.-Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9-5
Thurs. Evening by Appointment only
Phone: 836-8988 Ervin Petersen
I.OWE'S RED 8. WHITE
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Elevators at Curtice, Graytown,
Oak Harbor and Genoa
Highest Prices for Grain
Dealers in spray
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DR. NORMAN l. REUVEN
DUNN CHEVROLET OLDS-INC.
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Main St. Woodville, Ohio
South Main St.
.-Repairs.an All Makes of
Television, Radio and Record Changers
OIL COMPANY HOME EQUIPMENT TV SERVICE
635 Main St. Genoa, Ohio
Bus. Ph. 855-5771
"Distributors of Citgo Products" Home Ph' 36769
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Used Auto Parts
STAR AND LlL'S
Star and Lil Ladd
Genoa, Ohio Ph. 5741
Roy and Rose Thurston
HAVENER'S FOOD MARKET
HENRY W. BERGMAN
Roads and Bridges
Truck, Crane Service
635 Main Street
Phone 855-71 1 1
A 8. B NIMROD CAMPERS
Woodville Rd .--Millbury, O .
Ph . 855-7840 or Ph. 836-3427
H. W. BOWER
606 Main Street
Contract Petroleum Carriers
Rt. 51 Two Miles West of Genoa Road
WALT'S GULF SERVICE
Tires, Oil, Auto Accessories, Batteries
Manager, "Walt" Royor
917 Main Street
Class of '66
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855-5206 Genoa, O
GENOA BEAUTY SHOP I
Margaret Lockhart, Mgr.
Complete Beauty Service T
505 Main St. Genoa, Ohio
Phone 855-3861 M
Williston Home 836-7610
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DARRELl'S BARBER SHOP
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Wednesday and Thursday
12:30 to 9
Saturday 8 to 6-Closed Mondays
Air Your Barber
Conditioned Darrell Rollins
WILLIAM F. ZUNK
GALEN G. LOWE
Long Haul Truck-Home Owner
C. E. HENNINGSEN 8. SON
Water Well Drilling
Pump Sales 81 Service
Williston, Ohio 836-7612 l"'i'
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NANCY'S BEAUTY sALoN Oregon' Ohio
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Complete Beauty Service in
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FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
IIVIIIADOIIL I2 Lanes
Lime Rd. Woodville, Ohio
WILLISTON IMPLEMENT CO.
Offers the Areas Most Complete Line
Farm and Industrial Equipment
Motts Mowers ancl Davis Trencher
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Phone 855-7 I 42
Williston, Ohio 836-256l 512-514 Main
DON'S BARBER SHOP
MANDELL TRUCKING comPANv R, 5, G, E,,9e,,e,d me
Telephone Oxford 3-3562 Tues., Wed., Sat., 8:30 A.M. to 6 P.M
Thurs., Fri., 8:30 A.M. to 8.30 P.M.
5535 Woodville Rd. Toledo, Ohio
RICHARD L. HARSANJE KUHLMAN SERVICE
Motorists Mutual H5 E' Rice SL
Insurance Company El Oh.
601 Wilson Street
Phone 855-3051 See Us for the Best Deal in Town
GENOA AUTO SALES
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The Greatest Name in Building"
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Cleaners 8- Laundry Q A5
Phone 637-2214 Rambler
YOU' 50fiSf0C'50'1 40 Years in the Same Location
is our Reputati
Phone 836-5563 Williston
Beer and Wine Carry-out
Howard and Thelma Younker
Route 579 81 Genoa Rd.
Breeders of the Country's
Finest Afghan Hounds 8K Poodles
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Get Quality Dry Cleaning
DR. PAUL MANCINOTTI
Route Sl, Genoa, Ohio
Congratulations Class of '67
Letter Press and Offset
1519 N. Main St. Phone 855-7131 BUILDING AND REMODELING
East Curtice Road
ROBINSON'S FUNERAL HOME
TOOL AND MANUFACTURING CO
SPROUSE INSURANCE AGENCY
Under New Management
THE BEAUTY SPOT
619 Main Street
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Laminated Safety Glass
Genoa, Millbury, and Payne, Ohio
Aiax, Ontario, Canada
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Member of FDIC and Federal Reserve System
Sixty-Four Years of Uninterrupted Service
Harry C. Neh ring
G. Robert Powers .....
Gertrude Sage-- -
Kermit Freimark ....
David Platt I
Assets Over S8,000, OOO
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Assista nut Secreta ry
and Vice President
H. C. Nehring
G. Robert Powers
Genuine Ford Ports
Used Cor Lot Dlol 855-3673
Showroom Diol 855-7761
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"l'l-IE EENCDA SAVINGS!
Assets Capital 8. Surplus
59, 500,000 5900, O00
Direct Reduction Home Loans '
Savings Accounts Insured to 510,000.00
Christmas Savings Club
Sale and Redemption of U.S. Series E Bonds
Home Loan Bank Money Orders
OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND STAFF
Earl F. Camper ........... ................................ P resident
C. Tracy LaCost .... ...... A ....... V ice President
Wm. F. Clark .... ..... V ice President 8- Secretary
Shirley M. Ryan .... .......... A ssistant Secretary
John L. Chambers .... ................. A ttorney
Faith E. Wescotte ......... ............... T eller
Meryle B. Durdel ............ ................. T eller
Dr. Edward D. Schuiteman Robert T. Skilliter, Jr.
Paul A. David Albert F. Camper
Member of Federal Home Loan Bank System
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NELSON PURTEE INC
Compliments of Cl'AY'GENoA
Pres. Mrs. Lyle Faught
D. MD. V-Pres. Mrs. Robert Buehler
Rec-Sec. Mrs. Joseph Rinaldo
Cor-Sec. Mrs. Paul Mancinotte
Treas. Mrs. Milton LaPlantz
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EXPRESSION . . .
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YOUR EXPRESSION . . .
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HAVE YOUR PORTRAIT MADE BY SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF EXPRESSION
YOU CAN HAVE CONFIDENCE IN OUR ABILITY TO PLEASE YOU IN ALL
. TYPES OF PHOTOGRAPHY 8. OIL PORTRAITS
FREE PARKING AVAILABLE
USE PARKING FACILITIES ' ' 244-I465
AT COYLE MORTUARY 2495 COLLINGWOOD at Delaware
GRILL 8 DAIRY BAR
Lawn Boy Mowers
Sales and Service I
Lauson-Clinton-Briggs and Stratton
Walbridge at Woodville Rd.
DR. WILLIAM RUSSELL
3808 Wood ville Road
ROBERTS ACE HARDWARE
"Ace Sets the Pace"
Quality at Lower Prices
4211 Woodville Road
M Mi. East of Expressway
5808 Woodville Rd.
Open Until 2:30
DR. HEROLD M. HARTER, JR
5038 Woodville Rd.
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PEGGY'S BEAUTY SHOP
I08 Southmor Drive
LAWRENCE C. SKEES
' INVESTMENT SERVICE
Genoa-Clay Center Road
Class of T967
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Headquarters for British Sterling
After-Shave 81 Cologne 'for men.
REEDER APPLIANCE SERVICE
CLASS OF 1967
FLEITZ BUILDING SUPPLY
Ready Mixed Concrete
Complete Line of Building Supplies
1531 Woodville Rd.
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On Navarre 1 lf4 Miles East
of St. Charles Hospital
Open Daily 9-5 Except Monday
Evenings by appointment only
Lou Weaver Dottie Hartman
"We need your head in our business"
612 Main Street, Genoa Ph. 855-3451
ACKERMAN, PAT: chorus 1, FHA 1,2.
AESCHLIMAN, DEBBIE: Bond I,2,35 chorus 1, FBLA 2,
3,4, V-Pres. 45 GAA I,2,3,45 Basketball I,2,35 Vol-
leyball 2,3,45 Hi-Li Club 2,3,45 Homecoming Candi-
date 45 Instr Ensemble 35 Maiorette 25 Jr Class Play.
AESCHLIMAN, DIANE: Annual Staff Circ Mgr 45
Basketball Homecoming Class Rep I5 Band I,2, 35 Dance
Band 2,35 Pep Band 25 Comet Staff 2,3,45 Class Sec 2,
35 Cheerleader 35 Chorus I5 FTA 45 Fr Club 3,45 GAA I,
2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Volleyball I,2,3,45 Girls'
State Delegate 35 Hi-Li Club 3,4, Treas 45 Homecoming
Candidate 45 Jr Class Play Student Director5 Latin Club
I,25 Instr Ensemble I,2,35 Quill and Scroll 4.
ARNDT, COOKIE: GAA I,2,3,4.
BELL, TERRY: Basketball I5 Bowling 3,45 Football I,2,3,
45 Track 45 Varsity Club 45 Proiector Club Sec 4.
BENNETT, BARBARA: Art Club 2,35 GAA 25 FHA I5
Student Council 35 DECA Sec 4.
BERGEMAN, RICHARD: Annual Staff Adv Mgr 45 Comet
Staff Sports Ed 3,45 Math Club I,25 Quill and Scroll 3,4.
BOWER, WADE: Basketball 2,3,45 Football I5 Golf 253,
45 Varsity Club 4.
BOWLAND, DAVID: Basketball I5 Chorus I5 Latin Club
BRADDOCK, JIM: Chorus I5 Track 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,
4, Co-Capt. 45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Student Council
BRINGE, LARRY: Chorus I,25 Fr Club 3,45 Latin Club I,
BROSSIA, JIM: Basketball I,2,3,45 Chorus I5 Varsity
BROWNING, LOIS: Band I,2,3,45 Pep Band I,2,35
Comet Staff I,2,3,4, Feature Ed 2, Circ Mgr 3, Dept
News Ed 45 Chorus I,2,3,45 Dramatic Club 2,3,45 Fr
Club 3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Girls' State Alternate 35 Jr
Class PIay5 Latin Club I,25 Vocal Ensemble 2,3,45 Instr
Ensemble I,2,35 Nat'I Honor'Soc 3,45 Orchestra 35 Sr
Class Play5 Dramatic Club Play Student Director 4.
BROWNING, MARLENE: Band I,2,3,45 Pep Band I,2,
3,45 Comet Staff I,25 Chorus I,2, 35 Dramatic Club 25
GAA I,2,3,45 Latin Club I,25 Orchestra 3.
BUEHLER, CAROL: Annual Staff School Ed 45 Band I,2,
35 Pep Band 25 Cheerleader I5 Chorus I,25 FTA Histor-
ian 45 Fr Club 3,4, Sec 45 GAA I,2,3,45 Volleyball 45
Latin Club I,25 Instr Ensemble 25 Sr Class Play Student
Director5 Student Council I5 Quill and Scroll 4.
CANTU, RICHARD: Proiector Club 4.
CASHEN, LARRY: Football I,2, 35 Track I,25 Varsity
CHALFIN, STEVE: Band I,25 Pep Band I,25 FFA I,2,3,
4, Reporter 4.
CHAMBERS, GAIL: Band I,2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45
Pep Band 25 Cheerleader 3,4, Capt 45 Chorus I,25 FTA
45 GAA I,2,3,4, Sec 45 Basketball I,2,3,4, Co-Capt
45 Volleyball I,3,45 Deck Tennis 35 Girls' State Dele-
gate 35 Homecoming Attendant 45 Jr Class Play5 Latin
Club I,2, Treas 25 Instr Ensemble I,2,3,4,
CLARK, DAN: Latin Club I,25 Nat'l Honor Sac 3,4.
COLE, JAMES: Band 35 Bowling 3,45 Chorus I,25 Pro-
iector Club Pres 45 FTA 45 Football I5 Latin Club I,25
Orchestra I,2,3,45 Sr Class Play5 Track I,2.
COLVIN, BRANCH: Football I,2, 35 Track 3,45 Var-
sity Club 3,4. -
CORNETT, WILMA: FHA I,2,3,45 Art Club 2.
DeSHETLER, LINDA: Chorus I5 GAA I,2,3,45 FHA I,
2,3,45 Homecoming Candidate 45 COE 4.
DIEBERT, LINDA: Comet Staff 25 Dramatic Club 25 FHA
I,2,3,4, Reporter 45 GAA 2,35 Volleyball 2.
DILLE, LINDA: Art Club 2,3,45 Chorus I5 GAA 2,3,45
Basketball 45 FHA I,2,3,4.
DIPMAN, WAYNE: FFA I,2,3,4, Sec 3, V-Pres 45
DUVAL, PAT: Chorus, .I , 25 GAA I,2,3,45 Volleyball 25
Latin Club I5 Wrestling Queen 45 VICA 4.
DUVALL, JIM: Basketball I,2,3,45 Football I,2,3,45
Varsity Club 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,4.
FARRELL, K. C.: Annual Staff Circ Mgr 45 Comet Staff
I,2,3,4, Asst Ed 3, Ed 45 Chorus I5 Football I,25 Key
Club 2,3,4, Sec 45 Latin Club I,2, Treas 25 Quill and
Scroll 3,45 Student Council 3,4, Treas 3, Pres 45 Track
45 Cross Country 45 Varsity Club 4.
FAIJGHT, ED: Proiector Club 35 Latin Club I,25 Math
Club 25 Instr Ensemble 45 Orchestra I,2,3,4.
FECKLEY, MARLY: Band I,2,3,45 Pep Band 35 Maior-
ette 2, 3,4, Head Maiorette 45 Chorus I5 Dramatic Club
2,35 FBLA 3,4, Pres 45 FTA Treas 45 GAA I,2,3,4, Sgt-
at-Arms 45 Basketball I,2,3,4, Co-Capt5 Volleyball 2,
3,45 Hi-Li Club 2,3,4, Sec 45 Latin Club I,25 Orches-
FLORO, MIKE: Football I,45 Varsity Club 4.
FLORO, ROGER: Art Club 25 Wrestling 2.
FORK, SUELLEN: Band I,25 Chorus I,25 FHA I,2, 3,4,
Sgt-at-Arms 45 GAA I,2,3,45 Instr Ensemble I5 Or-
GALLUP, STEPH: Art Club 2, 3,4, Sgt-at-Arms 45 FTA
45 Sr Class Play.
GERKENSMEYER, JUDY: Annual Staff Activities Ed 45
Band I,2,3,4, Sec-Treas 45 Class Treas 35 Chorus I5
Dramatic Club 2,3,4, V-Pres 35 FTA 45 Fr Club 3,4,
Sec 35 GAA I,2,3,4, V-Pres 3, Pres 45 Basketball I,2,
3,4, Capt 35 Volleyball 3,45 Deck Tennis 35 Homecom-
ing Candidate 45 Jr Class PIay5 Latin Club I,2, V-Pres
I5 Instr Ensemble 2,35 Nat'I Honor Soc 3,45 Orchestra
2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Sr Class Play.
GRAU, SUE: Annual Staff Typist 45 Chorus I5 Fr Club 3,
45 Latin Club I,25 Nut'I Honor Soc 45 Quill and Scroll
45 Sr Class Play.
HAAR, LINDA: Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,25 Fr Club 3,45
GAA 2,3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Historian 3.
HANSEN, ROLAND: Proiector Club 4.
HARSANJE, PAM: Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 35 Chorus 1,
25 FTA Parliamentarian 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,
2,35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Girls' State Alternate 35
Latin Club 1,25 Sr Class Play5 Student Council Sec 4.
HAVENER, BILL: Art Club 25 Basketball 25 Bowling 45
Chorus 1,25 Dramatic Club 2,35 FTA 45 Fr Club 3,4,
Treas 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Varsity Club
3,4, Pres 45 Baseball 2,3,4.
HEBERT, JERRY: Chorus 1,25 Proiector Club 25 Latin
Club 1,2, Treas 2.
HELLE, SHARON: GAA 1,3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4.
HENNEN, DENNIS: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Bond 1,2,3,4,
V-Pres 45 Class V-Pres 15 Football 1,2,3,45 Key Club 2,
3,4, Treas 45 Latin Club 1,2, Treas 15 Student Council
25 Track 15 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,4.
JACKSON, BARB: Basketball Queen 45 Class Sec 45
Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Dramatic Club 25
FTA Sec 45 Fr Club 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25
Volleyball 1,2,45 Hi-Li Club 25 Jr Class Play5 Latin
Club 1,2, Sec 25 Sr Class Play5 Student Council 2.
JOHNSON, DARLA: Art Club 25 Chorus 1.
KRUMNOW, NANCY: chorus 1,2,35 FBLA 2,35 GAA
KUSIAN, FRANCES: Band 1,2, 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,4,
Sec-Treas 45 Dramatic Club 2,3,4, V-Pres 45 Fr Club 3,
4, Treas 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Candidate 45
Latin Club 1,25 Vocal Ensemble 45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Sr
Class Play. .
LEMKE, MARY ANN: Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45
Pep Band 45 Class Sec-Treas 15 Chorus 1,25 GAA 1,2, 3,
4, Treas 45 Basketball 35 Girls' State Delegate 35 Home-
coming Attendant 45 Latin Club 1,25 Instr Ensemble 45
Orchestra 2,3,45 Sr Class Play5 Maiorette 1,2,3,4,
Drum Maiorette 2,3,4.
LOHR, LELAND: Band 15 Bowling 45 Chorus 15 FFA 1,2,
3,4, Sentinel 3, Treas 45 Football 15 Baseball 4.
LUSK, MARLAINE: GAA 1,2,3,45 FHA l,2,3,4, Par-
liamentarian 2, V-Pres 3, Pres 4.
MARTIN, JUDI: Art Club 2,3,4, Reporter 45 Band 1,2,
35 Dance Band 35 Pep Band 35 Chorus 15 Dramatic Club
2,3,45 FBLA 2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 25 Jr
Class Play5 Maiorette 25 COE 4.
MCCOIL, PHIL: Basketball 1,2,3,45 Proiector Club 45
Track 3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,4.
MORITZ, GWEN: GAA 1,2,35 Hi-Li Club 35 Latin Club
1,25 SECO Treas 4.
NISSEN, DENNIS: FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, Sec 45
Football 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 45 Baseball 4.
NORWALK, DAVID: Bond i,2,3,4, Pep Band i,2,3,4,
Dance Band 15 Bowling 3,45 Chorus 1,2, 35 Track 1,4.
OCHOA, ANDY: Football 1.
OLESZCZUK, DAN: Cardinal Stritch Art Club and
Track 15 Bowling 3,4.
PARSIL, TERRY: Latin Club 1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 Wrest-
ling 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,4.
PEELER, JEFF: Football 1,25 Track 35 Baseball 2,4.
PFEIFFER, CAROLYN: Comet Staff 1,2,3,4, Bus Mgr 45
PHILLIPS, DOUG: Art Club 2,3,45 Chorus 1.
RACE, TOMI: Comet Staff 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Dra-
matic Club 25 Fr Club 35 GAA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15
Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Li Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2.
RINALDO, JIM: Annual Staff Adv Mgr 45 Basketball 15
Class Treas 25 Chorus 15 FTA Pres 45 Football 1,25 Golf
2,3,45 Hi-Li Club 3,4, V-Pres 3, Pres 45 Key Club 2,3,
4, Pres 45 Math Club 35 Sr Class Play5 Track 1.
ROLLINS, RON: Football 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25
Wrestling 35 Varsity Club 4.
ROHRBAUGH, JAMES: Basketball i,2,3,4, Band 1,2,
3,45 Pep Band 15 Boys' State Delegate 35 Class V-Pres
2, Pres 3,45 Chorus 15 Fr Club 3,4, Pres 45 Key Club 1,
2,3,45 Latin Club Pres 1,25 Math Club 25 Instr Ensemble
1,25 Nat'l Honor Soc 3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Student
Council 15 Track 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Cross
Country 4. A
SAN DER, KEN: Annual Staff Bus Mgr 45 Basketball 1,2,
3,45 Band 1,2,3,4, Pres 45 Dance Band 2,3,45 Class
Pres 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Capt 45 Key Club 1,2,
3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Orchestra 3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 4.
SAN DER, SANDY: Annual Staff Typist 45 Basketball
Homecoming Attendant 45 Basketball Homecoming Class
Rep 25 Band 1,2,35 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15
FBLA 3,4, Reporter 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Basketball 35 Vol-
leyball 3,45 Girls' State Delegate 35 Hi-Li Club 15
Homecoming Attendant 45 Jr Class Play5 Latin Club 1, 25
Office Worker 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
SANDROCK, CAROLYN: GAA'2,3,45 Latin' Club 1,2.
SANDROCK, MARILYN: GAA 2,3,45 Latin Club 1,2.
SCHMIDT, GARY: Bowling 2,35 FFA 15 Projector Club3
SCHULTZ, FRED: Proiector Club 45 FFA 1,2,3,4, Pres
45 Football 1,3,45 Varsity Club 3,4.
SHESSLER, JANE: Comet Staff 1,2, 3,4, New Ed 45 Cho
rus 1,2,3,45 Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4, Sgt-at-Arms 35
FTA 45 Fr Club 3,45 Girls' State Alternate 35 Jr Class
Play5 Latin Club 1,25 Math Club 15 Vocal Ensemble 45
Quill and Scroll 3,45 Sr Class Play Student Director5
Dramatic Club Play 3,4.
SHIELDS, LINDA: Chorus 1.
SHIELDS, RICK: Annual Staff 3,4, Ed 45 Comet Staff
News Ed 35 Chorus 1,2,3,4, Pres 45 Fr Club 3,4, V-
Pres 35 Key Club 3,45 Jr Class Play5 Latin Club 1,2,
Pres 25 Vocal Ensemble 3,45 Nat'I Honor Soc 3,45 Quill
and Scroll 45 Track 2,3,4, Mgr 2.
SIEFKE, DENNIS: Basketball I,2,3, Band l,2,3,4,
Dance 'Band I,2,3,4, Chorus I, Football I,4, Jr Class
Play, Track I,2,3,4, Co-Capt 4, Varsity Club 2,3,4.
SMITH, JIM: FFA I,2,3, Sentinel 3, Football I,2,3,
Varsity Club 2,3.
SPAFFORD, JANET: Chorus I,2, GAA 2,3, FHA.I,2,3,
4, Reporter 4.
STEIN, SUSIE: Annual Staff Adv Mgr 4, Band I,2,4,
Cheerleader I, GAA I,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,4, Vol-
leyball 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Jr Class Play, Sr
Class Play, FHA I,2, Historian 2.
STEINDAM, SANDY: Annual Staff Photographer 4, Art
Club 2, 3, Band I,2,3,4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Fr Club 3,
4, GAA 2, 3,4, Girls' State Alternate 3, FHA I,2,3,
Sec I, Reporter 2, Quill and Scroll 4.
SWARTZ, JERRY: Track I.
SWARTZ, JUDY: Comet Staff 2,3, Chorus I, Latin Club
TANK, MARLENE: Comet Staff 2,3,4, Fr Club 3,4, GAA
I,2,3,4, Hi-Li Club 4, Homecoming Candidate 4, Latin
Club I, 2.
TAYLOR, SHARON: Art Club 2,3,4, Sec-Treas 3, Sec
4, Basketball Homecoming Class Rep 3, Comet Staff 2, 3,,
4, Feature Ed 4, Chorus I, Dramatic Club 2,3,4, Pres 4,
FBLA 2,3,4, Sec 4, GAA 2, 3,4, Hi-Li Club 4, Home-
coming Attendant 4, Dramatic Club Play 3, Student Di-
TESTER, DENNIS: Art Club I,2,3,4, Football I,2,
Track I,2, Wrestling 3,4, Co-Capt 4, Varsity Club 3,4.
THOMPSON, JERRY: Football I,2,3,4, Golf 4, Key
Club 2,3,4, Latin Club I,2, Varsity Club 3,4.
THORNTON, RICHARD: Track 4.
VARGO, SUE: Chorus I, Latin Club I.
VINCENT, DENISE: Chorus I, Dramatic Club 2,3,4,
FBLA 2,3,4, GAA I,2, 3,4, Homecoming Candidate 4,
Jr Class Play, Maiorette l,2,3, Head Maiorette 2, 3,
COE Treas 4.
VOGELPOHL, JACK: Football I,2,3,4, C0-Capt' 4,
Varsity Club 3,4, V-Pres 4, Baseball 3,4.
WALDENGA, STEVE: Fr Club 3, Math Club 2.
WERNER, JOHN: Chorus I, Football l,4, Track 3,4,
Varsity Club 4.
WESCOTTE, BILL: Bowling 4, FFA I, Fr Club 3,4,
Football I, Key Club 2,3,4, Math Club 2, Orchestra
I,2,3,4, Track I,2,3,4, Co-Capt 4, Varsity Club 2,3,
4, Cross Country 4.
WESTENKIRCHNER, BARB: Basketball Homecoming '
Attendant 4, Band I,2,3,4, Dance Band 4, Chorus I,'
Dramatic Club 2,3,4, Treas 4, Fr Club 3,4, GAA I,2,
3,4, Hi-Li Club 3,4, V-Pres 4, Homecoming Candidate
4, Latin Club I,2, Instr Ensemble 4.
WHEELER, WAYNE: Band 'l,2,3,4, Dance Band 4, Pep
Band 4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Chorus I,2,3,4, V-
Pres 4, Fr Club 3,4, Key Club 2,3,4, Jr Class Play,
Latin Club I,2, Instr Ensemble l,2,3, Orchestra I,-4,
WICKS, CAROLYN: Chorus I, Dramatic Club 2, GAA
I,2, FHA 1,2,3,4.
WIDMER, BEN: FFA 3,4, Sentinel 4, Latin Club I,2,
Baseball 4. I
WILKA, SUZANNE: Class Treas 4, Chorus I,2,3,
Dramatic Club 2, Fr Club 3,4, GAA I,2,3,4, Basket-
ball 3,4, Volleyball 4, Jr Class Play, Latin Club I,2,
Instr Ensemble I,3, Orchestra I,2,3,4.
WITKER, BILL: Art Club 2,3,4, Reporter 3, Pres 4,
Annual Staff 3,4, Activities Ed 4, Basketball Mgr I,2,
3,4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Class V-Pres 3,4, Chorus
I,4, Dramatic Club Treas 2, Fr Club 3,4, Pres 3, V-
Pres 4, Football Mgr 3,4,Jr Class Play, Latin Club l,
2, Vocal Ensemble 4, Nat'l Honor Soc 3,4, Orchestra
I,2,3,4, Quill and Scroll 3,4, Sr Class Play, Varsity
WITTE, RANDY: Basketball I, Bowling 3,4, Dramatic
Club Sgt-at-Arms 2, Fr Club 3,4, Football I,2,3,4,
Latin Club I,2, Track I,2,3,4, Co-Capt 4, Varsity
Club 3,4, Treas 4.
WOHN, KATHY: Chorus I, Dramatic Club 2, FHA I,2,
3,4, Student Council Alternate 4.
YENTZER, STEPHANIE: Art Club 2,3, Dramatic Club
2, GAA 2,3, VICA 4, FHA I,2,3, Student Council
YOUNKER, BOB: Basketball I,2,3,4, Bowling 3,4,
Varsity Club 4, Baseball 2,3,4.
ZALESAK, CATHY: Art Club 2,3,4, Treas 4, Annual
Staff Art Ed 4, Basketball Homecoming Attendant 4,
Band I,2,3,4, Maiorette 3,4, Pep Band 3, Dramatic
Club 2, FTA V-Pres 4, GAA I,2,3,4, Hi-Li Club I,2,
Homecoming Candidate 4, Jr Class Play, Student
Council Sec 3, Latin Club I,2, V-Pres 2, Sr Class Play.
ZAPATA, IRENE: Art Club 2, GAA I,2,3,4.
ZUNK, BONNIE: Band I,2,3, FHA I,2, SECO 4.
Jane Shessler, Phil McCoiI, and Branch Colvin get straw for final
Ackerman, Bill 17,30
Ackerman, Jane 26,
Ackerman, Kathy 28,
Ackerman, Pat 112
Adcock, Ronald 22,
Adcock , Sue 23, 95,
Albright, Bob 109
Albright, Sharon 23,
Ammons, Neil 31,
Andaverde, Ray 55,
Andaverde, Rick 74,
Apel, Randy 101
Archibald, Jennie 23,
Archibald, Kathy 23,
Arndt, Carleen 112,
Arndt, Michele 98
Bagley, Sandy 98
Bailey, Susan 2,19,
Barrett, Brenda 31,
Barrett, Mike 102
Bayer, Jim 21,102
Bell, Terry 20,38,
Bennett, Barbara 112
Bergeman, Bill 102
Bergeman, Mike 98
Bertok, Julie 24,30,
Best, Michael 98
Betancourt, Rick 54,
Bevens, Joyce 109
Billingsley, Lewis 98
Blausey, Marilyn 26,
Blausey, Richard 33,
Blausey, Tom 113
Bodette, Chris 49,
Bond, Paulette 19,
Bowen, Jane 19,98
Bower, John 19,31,
Bower, Wade 58,59,
Bowland, David 113,
Bowland, Diane 19,
Bowland, George 102
Bowlander, Bob 19,
33,34, 98 '
Bowyer, Linda 109
Bowyer, Sharon 33,
Braddock, Eddie 20,
Braddock, Mike 63,
Brandt, Dale 19,98
Brewer, Barb 28,30,
Briggle, Cathy 14,
Briggle, Karen 19,
Briggle, Rick 16,29,
Bringe, Larry 18,113
Brooks, Carol 18,26,
Brooks, Gary 15,59,
Brossia, Jim 3,44,
Brown, Bill 58,68,
Browning, Jim 19,
28, 31, 33, 34, 35,55,
Browning, Lois 12,
32, 33, 1 13
33, 34, 102
Buehler, Carol 13,
Buehler, Royce 55,
Buhrow, Mike 34,102
Burge, Shari 98
Busch, Jon 113
Butzin, Dennis 114
Butzin, Vickie 31,98
Calhoun, Barbara 24,
Calhoun, Sue 106
Cantu, Richard fSr1
Cantu, Vilia 23,102
Casares, Jim 98
Casares, Joe 52,106
Cashen, Karen 25,
Cashen, Larry 110,
Castilleia, Dora 23,
Castilleia, Jesse 109
Chalfin, Janet 23,
Chalfin, Steve 22,
Chambers, Gail 2,
Chambers, Margo 11,
Chambers, Mark 31,
Chambers, Mary Ann
Champion, Paul 19,
Chesson, April 31
Cisneros, Gilbert 63,
Cisneros, Hector 63
Clark, Dan 72,78,
Clark, Mary Ann 26,
Clark, Ron 19,64,
Clere, Robert 55,99
Clere, Steve 20,66,
Cole, Jim 20,34,49,
Coleman, Charles 8,
Collins, Reba 31,99
Collum, Norman 99
Calvin, Branch 66,
Colvin, Daniel 22,
Cornell, Laura 19,99
Cornett, Wilma 114,
Coyle, Judy 19,95,
Crandall, Linda 24,
Crandall, Tom 99
Dailey, Roger 102
Davis, Janice 24,
Davis, Linda 99
Dennis, Sherry 106
DeShetler, Linda 38,
Dezanett, Donald 103
Dezanett, Ronald 103
Diebert, Linda 114,
Diekman, Susan 19,
Dietrich, Frank 99
Dille, Linda 69,115
Dipman, Robert 102
Dipman, Wayne 22,
Dodson, Lynn 31 ,95,
Drummond, Jean 109
Duffey, Kathleen 19,
Dunham, Diana 24,
Dunlap, Diane 99
Dunn, Darla 25,31 ,
Dunn, Jerry 55,99
Duval, Jan 99
Duval, Pat 15,115
Duval, Tom 103
Duvall, Jim 38,44,
Duvall, Vicgky 99
Eckerman, Roger 5,
Evans, Eddie 54,103
Fahle, Bob 67,99
Farrell, Joyce 21,
Farrell, Kenneth 13
Faught, Edward 34,
Feckley, Bill 54,
Feckley, Marly 3,9,
Fielding, Dwight 19,
Fisher, Kay 103
Fisher, Linda 23,24,
Fisher, Tim 31,33,
Fletcher, John 19,
Fletcher, Mary 19,
Fletcher, Robert 106
Flores, Rosa 99
Floro, Joyce 99
Floro, Mike 115
Floro, Roger 115
Floro, Sandra 109
Fork, Daniel 15,54,
Fork, Suellen 23,115
Fowler, KGFSFI 19, 1
Fowler, Larry 55,66,
Fredritz, Nelson 58,
Frey, Debbie 19,26,
Friedt, Sue 28,99
Garcia, David 109
Garcia, Joel 66,103
Gates, Cathy 30,48,
Gaul, Debi 26,106
Geldine, Bruce 55,
Gongora, Conrad 109
Gongora, Irma 31,
Grahl, Diane 21,25,
Grau, Sue 29,49,78,.
Haack, Brenda 19,
Haar, Debra 23,24,
Haar, Linda 18,32,
Haddix, Rick 19,99
Haeft, Kenny 48,109
Hagarty, Brian 106
Hagarty, Carol 99
Halicek, Gary 11,
Hammitt, Gary 108
Hanes, Leonard 99
Hansen, Roland 20,
Hanthorn, Kenny 109
Harball, John 5,13,
Harbal, Tim 19,54,
Harder, Barbara 103
Harrison, Charles 99
Harrison, Marsha 24,
Harsanie, Larry 19,
Harsanie, Pam .13,
Hartshorn, Roy 27,
Hartwig , Carl 20,22,
Havener, Bill 18,38,
Hebert, Jerry 116
Heilman, Dave 55,
Heilman, Gail 23,
Heilman, Glenda 103
Heilman, John 99
Heilman, Vicky 106
Heisman, John 19,
Helle, Barb 24,27,
Helle, Donna 18,25,
Helle, Marlene 23,
Helle, Sharon 23,116
Hennen, Dennia 15,
Hensley, Michelle 99
Hoett, Dennis 116,127
Hoett, Marlon 103
Hunley, Betty 18,25,
Hunley, William 103
Hurdelbrink, Ed 34,
Huss, Sharon 19,31,
Huston, Richard 54,
Jackson, Barb 18,25,
Jansic, Marc 48,107
Jensen, Fred 103
Johnson, Barbara 30,
Johnson, Darla 116
Johnson, Jenise 19,
Johnson, Kathy 95,99
Johnson, Kristy 99
Johnson, Nancy 21,
Johnson, Paul 19,67,
Jones, Tom 55, 99
Kalmbach, Roger 28,
Kalmbach, Susan 19,
Kennedy, David 109
Kern, Valerie 100
Kidd, Jack 100
Klavinger, Barb 103
Knudsen, Rodger 55,
Kocis, Carl 54,66,
Koenker, Carol 23,
Koester, James 43, '
Komives, Andy 103
Kozak, Larry 54,59,
Kreager, Steve 31,
Krell, lvy 34,100
Krell, Sue 23,103
Krueger, Alvin 4,19,
Krumnow, Nancy 117
Kruse, Fred 33,107
30 31 32 33
Latham, Dennis 15,
Lau, -Blaine 33,54,
Lau, Marty 19,22,
LaVigne, Beth 19,
Layman, Pam 19,26,
Lee, Robin 103
Lemke, Marsha 19,
31 ,33, 103
Lemke, Mary Ann
Lenz, Russell 22,103
Lenz, Terry 103
Lerma, Jesse 103
Lewis, John 8,12,
Lindsey, Nancy 13,
Lloyd, Jim 103
Lloyd, Mike 103
Lohr, Leland 22,62,
Lopez, Estela 95,103
Lopez, Leonor 100
Lopez, Otila 109
Lorenzen, Helen 24,
Lorenzen, Tony 19,
Lowe, Jim 22,59,64,
Lusk, Connie 24,103
Lusk, Marlaine 23,
Malone, Carole 31,
Mandell, Barb 5,19,
Marcum, Roger 103
Marsh, Denny A109
Martin, Denny 109
Martin, Donald 55,
Martin, Judy 43,118
Martin, Ronald 68,
Matthews, Dan 59,
Matyas, Martin 14,
McCoil, Phillip 20,
25, 27, 107
McDaniel, Randy 58,
Michel, Carol 23,
Michel, Gail 23,24,
Miller, Ruthann 30,
Moeller, Mark 55,
Molina, Jesse 100
Molina, Rudy 107
Moritz, Arlan 31,52,
Moritz, Bruce 62,104
Moritz, Dennis 12,
Moritz, Karen 95,
Moser, Roger 100
Nemeth, Judy 23,
Nero, Rita 26,31,
Nissen, Dennis 22,
Norwalk, Dave 32,
Norwalk, Merle 5,
Oberhaus, Bette 23,
Oberhaus, Nancy 3,
Ochoa, Andy 118
Ohm, Gene 118
Ohm, Randy 109
Oleszczuk, Dan 62,
Ousley, Jobie 26,
Ousley, Judy 23,24,
Padgett, Mike 15,
Palacios, Derly 66,
Parker, Elwood 118
Parsil, Terry 75,118
Peeler, Jeff 118
Peer, Becky 21,26,
Peer, Gretchen 19,
Peiffer, George 19,
Peters, Bill 30,104
Peters, Patricia 100
Peters, Robert 109
Peterson, Dan 19,
Pfeiffer, Carolyn 24,
Phillips, Doug 27,
Pierce, Christine 23,
Pierce, Everett 119
Pierce, Robert 100
Pierson, Peggy 23,
Pinkerton, Joel 14,
Pitts, Nancy 24,107
Plantz, Jennie 107
Posce, John 20,104
Porath, Donna 69,
Porath, Karen 51,
Porath, Ronald 8,48,
Porter, Gail 23,33,
Potridge, Ronald 48,
Powell, Phyllis 100
Powers, Jerry 27,55,
Pringle, Dallas 104
Pringle, Diane 119
Pryor, Susan 48,107
Race, Tomi 21,30,
Raymond, Alma 119
Raymond, Wilma 109
Recker, Linda 27,104
Reeder, Gaine 104
Rewoldt, Linda 19,
Rewoldt, Sharon 104
Rhodes, Cheryle 109
Rice, Jeff 15,27,28,
Rice, Lynne 19,26,
Rice, Rex 19,33,47,
Richards., Nancy 23,
Rinaldo, Jim 15,21,
Rinebold, Alan 104
Rinebold, Rita 18,
Roecker, Cindy 23,
Roecker, Gary 5,15,
Rohrbaugh , James 4,
Rollins, Ron 54,55,
Rombach, Jolene 19,
Ross, Randy 107
Rost, Brenda 107
Routson, Howard 58,
Rudd, Cecil 100
Rudd, Cedrick 100
Rudd, Rushel 101
Rudes, Sharlee 31,
Runion, Danny 3,100
Ryan, Sandy 101
Sackman, Richard 104
Sahr, Connie 109
Sampsel, Larry 15,
Sampsel, Pam 19,26,
Sander, Diane 25,26,
Sander, Karen 5,21,
Sander, Ken 4,15,
Sander, Sandy 9,10,
Scaggs, Bill 101
Scaggs, David 104
Scaggs, Jim 101
Scaggs, Judy 101
Schlievert, Ann 19,
Schlievert, Jerry 104
Schmidt, Denny 101
Schmidt, Gary 120
Schnabel, Gary 5,
Schriefer, Beth 109
Schulte, Tom 19,33,
Schultz, Fred 20,22,
Schuster, Steven 101
Scott, Norma 23,30,
Scott, Sandra 5,131
Seltzer, Audrey 101
Seltzer, Harry 104
Serviss, Gary 104
Shaneck, Randy 19,
Sheets, Karen 23,26, 5
Sheets, Kathy 23,25,
Sheetz, Albert 104
Sheldon, Cheryl 33,
Shessler, Jane 12,
Shessler, Paul 19,28,
Shields, Clifford 30,
Shields, Linda 120
Shields, Rick 4,12,
Shiffert, Lyle 25,30, -
Siefke, Dennis 21,
Sieving, Diane 24,
Silvas, Bill 20,107,
Sivinski, Cheryle 2,
Skaggs, Violet 95,
Skiles, Debbie 101
Skiles, Ronald 104
Smith, Dennis 67,101
Smith, James 22,85,
Smith, John 20,104
Smith, Lois 19,31,
Smith, Sue 24,104
Smith, Tom 54,109
Spasoff, Helen 24,
Spaulding, Gary 19,
Spitler, Jerry 54,63,
Spurgeon, Bonnie '19,
26, 28, 30, 31 , 33, 34,
Stagner, Alice 26,
Stancil, John 2,55,
Stebing, Mike 46,
Stein, Susie 29,32,
33, 38, 39,40,41,49,
Steindam, Harold 8,
Steindam, Sandy 18,
Stevens, Larry 101
Stiger, Jim 101
Suto, Debbie 101
Sutter, Barbara 8, 14,
Swartz, Jerry 121
Swartz, Judy 121
Swartz, Ronald 62,
Tank, Carol 26,31,
Tank, Jean 19,24,
Tank, Marcia 19,26,
Tank, Marlene 18,
Tapia, Richard 65,
Taylor, Sharon 8,21,
Tester, Dennis 63,
Tester, Ronnie 107
Tester, Scott l9,31,
Tester, Steve 107
Thompson, Jerry 15,
Thornton, Richard 66,
Torres, Amelia 23,
Traub, Shelley 109
Treio, lrene 101
Triscan, Norma 101
Troknya, Deanna 26,
Baird, Bob 54,55,
Barton, Patrick 19,
Blausey, May 91
Bolander, Joe 2,54,
David, Alice 29,77,
Donnelly, George 82
Dunn, Adelaide 25,
Turnow, Jean 25,26,
27, 48, 50, 81,108
Traver, Martin 109
Vaillant, Vicky 101
VanNess, Jerry 101
VanNess, Tom 20,
Varga, Janice 24,
Varga, Steve 62,105
Vargo, Mary 23,31,
Vargo, Sue 121
Vincent, Denise 38,
Vine, John 19,33,
Vogelpohl, Bill 19,
Vogelpohl, Chris 19,
Vogelpohl, Jack 10,
34,48,51 , 108
Wagner, Bill 20, 58,
Wagoner, Bill 30,
Waldenga, Pat 24,
Waldenga, Steve 122
Walker, Lois 27,109
Walters, Marion 101
Wanner, Bonnie 19,
Webb, Linda 23,24,
Weis, Tim 19,58,68,
Wend, Gordon 19,
Wepler, Carol 108
Werling, Jeani 109
Werner, John 54,55,
Wescotte, Bill 15,
Wescotte, Pam 19,
Weseman, Carol 12,
Weseman, Larry 31,101
Wheeler, Mary 19,
Wheeler, Wayne 15,
Wicks, Aaron 19,101
Wicks, Carolyn 23,
Widmer, Ben 22,122
Widmer, Jackie 25,
Widmer, Janet 14,
Widmer, Jim 25,26,
Wilhelm, Marcia 26,
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Wilka, Don 19,30,
Wilka, Suzanne 18,
Eash, Verlin 33,73,
Firestone, Jim 5,53,
Gaul, Paul 95
Gruenke, Hebert 84
Hitchen, David 54,
Hoeft, Judy 24,25,
Hoett, Lynette 94
Honner, Dick 11,58,
Jobe, Peggy 23
Johnson, Charles 89
Johnson, Erma 14,
Konzen, Jim 34,85
Lusk, Joyce 95
Miller, David 62,
Miller, Lowell 95
Novotny, Jim 92,98
O'Connor, Anita 42,
Pope, Sue 24,28,77,
Porter, Dallas 93,98
Williams, Albert 33,
Witker, Bill 12,18,
Witt, Cherlyl 19,21,
Witte, Randy 18,38,
Wohn, Kathleen 23,
Womack, Al 18,48,
Wood, Ann 19,21,
Yentzer, Mike 15,
Younker, Bob 62,66,
Younker, Karen 31,
Zalesak, Cathy 13,
25,27,29, 32,33, 34,
Zalesak, Tom 27,
Zapata, lrene 122
Zapata, Mary Alice
Zunk, Barbara 48,
Zunk, Bonnie 122
Zunk, Marilyn 23,
Schimming, Ray 95
Scott, Jane 95
Sieren, Robert 93,
Sorg, Linda 94
Starling, Sue 25,26,
Stroscher, Bessie 95
Swartz, Jane 95 -
Thompson, Ray 22,89
wood, Phyllis 21,85
Wyatt, Ned 95 I
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The annual staff has tried to recapture the memo-
rable moments of the 1966-1967 school year. We
have used pictures and words, but still we have not
been able to reproduce all the events that made this
year memorable for YOU.
These are just a few of the untouchable moments
which will help you remember this year from the
many others . . . the smell of popcorn that filled the
halls on Friday afternoons before games, the hugs,
cheers, and screams as a mighty Comet broke through
the seemingly unbreakable line to cross the goal,
the collisions in the halls between classes, the con-
fusionbin the band room before Nlr. Eash sounded
his unforgettable whistle, the crowding in lunch line,
the silence that burst into noise when the bell rang,
the breathless suspense before the crowning of a new
queen, the dread of exams and the thankful feeling
of reliefwhen they were over, the indescribable feel-
ing of victory and the tears of defeat, the delight of
fire drills, the tingling feeling of pride that was felt
whenever singing the Alma Mater, the wistfulness
each senior felt as he heard the band practicing for
commencement and the confused surprise when that
night of departure suddenly arrived.
From a beginning to a beginning each person must
travel. Time will move on as it always does, for time
must go on to make room for the future. This is no
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