Gibsonburg High School - Bears Tale Yearbook (Gibsonburg, OH)

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f i QQPXRS TA ZA C. H. S. M7011 TWENTY-THIRD EDITION GIBSONBURG HIGH SCHOOL GIBSONBURG, OHIO Dedication The Class of 1970 proudly dedicate the 1970 Bears' Tale to our principal Mr. Fred Kniesly. F ' n - I ,rv 'x.. , ...J Pictured ABOVE is Mr. S Mrs. Kniesly and their Last year, 1968-69, Mr. Kniesly came to be our daughter Angela Marie. principal for the second semester. He is also holding the position for the 1969- 70 school year. Here he is shown busy in the library. The Time ls Now Sports Now Bef-3 The major extra curricular activity at Gibsonburg High School is sports. Not only does it concern stu- dents, faculty members and employees but the en- 4 lt tire tovxm. Basketball and Football have always been the most enjoyed by people, but this year Track , has progressed. 43+ 4 Social ow Completing a long day at school, students load up for the ride home. Everyone is patiently waiting for the game to start hoping for a Victory. A Bear victory. Through this year many activities have taken place. Most of them have already been recognized. There are a few things that go by unnoticed because they are everyday happen- ings. Socializing is the most important ele- ment taught at G.I-I. S. w l 5 E V 'iw "- D I .5 ,- in .-ALE ll ' ' 1 5 l - .548 li-QF. . ,...P' X ,, Yi, , 'JG . H, 1 - f -.aaa-ww.,ww 2 wpni +5 -. ,,,t Q. . Ang . . A. ,1.h gums: LV.: 15 .A,. " . - if K "2" ! lf wa D' V Q W f " fra' 3 ,fr milf .ff 'Q' ,fi - ' er X 53. ff M. . X , . , fy. I , 1 l WQFHZX' 5 ' wg W 9413, X sf "ij .b3'fy'5gr'f?l?g1 'W' ,G E X..- 1 ..-""'q f-f-ff'-' , ,gg-'v' xx? NM, -25... ,QQ 'XT ""?"W ,, , . . : H, X- ,,4. - ' ' ' vii, ' T-p:!', I W '- -.-... -' - 'Lai'-. " f 4 3' EE' 3 Ai --V-M., -' , f X' -Q A ,- YIQP7' 21 l l ,.-, ' 3 Ei r gf - I T 1 E, 15 lg fl F H .Sli 21' ibjl x1,: '-r. 1 4 1 ,A f ,3':x L X'? Wi fx! , I J """" i , P: ax., - ' ' bf' 3, F53 Alf:-1 - Y 1 . r ' V .df , X 1 ME: S44 73' ' . 5 I' s pw zrj' 1- Classroom ow This year many new courses have been added to the cm-riculum along with the ones that have previously been here. Students have the opportunity to choose the classes that are best suited for them. Classroom activity not only involves hard studying but occassional entertainment. :Kr . '7' I' v ,Y -3 Xp 8 -r 3 l 1 l L. 17 1'-N " Lg .-ll -1 up ACTIVITIES it -, rl .Q en ,Q 'je 'NW'-, V. r gi I ' Activities fromidancing, to band, 1 gf tunity to participatfd in any activity he Xb V .sr -- '3 ff u I' ,' if ,fy fjw AQ," YFIA55., - K 'Q 1 ,f 4--' -xjjrf ef-. 2 , f. -1 ,fu ! 5-1 ff L52 fi pa P :Ig I ,IA I 1 'I I -, lt I-I l'3 IK f If fs - gf 1 if to sports. Each student has the oppor- I 1 I A I or she wants. Whetglier it be a "Go1denY3' 35 Bear" or a speeqllyiparticipant, every- I IRQ! thing is imporldfxit at G.H. S. fl, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind W GAA: TOP ROW: I. Balsizer, T. Taulker, C. Brown, J. Lepley, A. Hoffman, B. Clark, G. Wonderly, K. Clark, P. Leid, C. Walker, L. Oller, P. Carnicom, B. Bruntz, M. Mauch, S. Recney, J. Ward, R. Donnell, ROW 2: D. Iacobs, G. Haubert, M. Seem, S. Liskai, K. Funkhouser, M. Wasserman, D. Herman, L. I-licks, P. Balsizer, C. Schumaker, B. Clark, A. Simcox, J. Wonderly, D. Fritz, ROW 3: I. Balsizer, G. Maddy, I.. Fork, C. Beeker, G. Garn, D. Fritz, L. Massie, B. Gerbich, P. Reimer, S. Hoffman, D. Clifton, J. Ward, ROW 4: D. Herman, M. Hamilton, P. Cicanese, S. Pertner, I. Fisher, C. Crispen, M. Kirsch, L. Magrum, B. Myers, C. Markin, SEATED: Mrs. Urhammer, D. Rapp, L. Gerwin, B. Pertner, P. Liskai. VARSITY CLUB: TOP ROW: R. Brown, D. Holt, R. Wasserman, I. Henline, K. I-Iaubert, C. Balsizer, P. Shef- fer, D. Ernsthausen, T. Smith, S. Simcox, T. Kirwen. ROW 2: L. Spanfellner, M. Stevenson, R. Kayden, F. LaSa1via, j. Stout, D. Goetz, I. Pertner, I-I. Schleht, D. Kirwen, R. johnson, ROW 3: R. Rogers, J. Iaso, G. Stevenson, S. Smith, I. Shull, R. Mauch, T. Jurski, I. Perry. junior Democracy it x.l Girls State: B. Pertner, K. Holcomb, D. Rapp, R. Boys State: B. Kayden, I. Henline, S. Simcox. Reino. GAA Initiation day was a busy one for these girls. Picture not available for E. Nehls. Dolores Rapp, Kathy Holcomb, Bob Kayden and Steve Simcox were delegates from Gibsonburg High School to attend the annual Buckeye Girls and Boys State, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. The purpose of the Buckeye State is to train young people for the American way of government. The students were selected on their scholrship, leadership, mental alertness, and self-reliance. The students learned about our county, city, and state governments. All agreed it was worth the time and effort spent on making this annual meet- ing a success. Communicating With Others Z 'Q AJ" Boys check for any mistakes, after rtuming off the Discussing new ideas for the yearbook. Line- Lite. LIME-LITE AND ANNUAL STAFF: STANDING: Mrs. Keros, R. Brown, M. Hamilton, P. Balsizer, D. Hofelich, L. Shoemaker, S. Clark, Mrs. Clark. SEATED: D. Carper, P. Price, I. Henline, j. Kaemming, M. Mauch, M. Pressler. , . , . -f.i"f1::1:'4" L ,, Typing up the next issue of the Lime- Lite. Working to bring you 3, better annual, 12 Aiding The Cause Of Learning LIBRARY STAFF: TOP ROW: N. Aldrich, I. Ward, M. Shull, R. Reinbolt, J. Pertner, P. Sheffer, B. Kayden, L. Krotzer, B. Bruntz, C. Brown, R. Donnell, B. Clark. ROW 2: G. Maddy, D. Du Bois, S. I.aPlant, M. Pres sler, I. Wondcrly, D. Neeb, L. Fork, I. Fisher. ROW 3: Mrs. Simcox, B. Aldrich, P. Price, S. Partner, J. Hammer, M. Hamilton. CAFETERIA AIDS: TOP ROW: C. Foster, I.. Oller, P. Cami- com, S. Myers, S. Pertner, S Smith. BOTTOM ROW: P. Brown, I. Roberts, I. Jackson. OFFICE HELP: TOP ROW: D. Fought, M. Seem, C. Beeker, J. Ward, B. Bruntz, B. Pertner, G. Wonderly, M Mauch, D. Rapp, P. Balsizer, S.. Lisl-cai, BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Henry, G. Maddy, B. Villreal, S. Hofelich, D DuBios, R. Renio, J. Taulker, A. Mendosa, K. Holcomb. 13 And The Band Played CONCERT BAND: STANDING: C. Foster, B. Taulker, P. DiFonso, N. Daib, S. Simcox, M. Planert. ROW 2: G. Popp, B. Loganbach, J. Ahle, L. Hill, S. Bowser, B. Kirwen, M. Frazier, B. Spanfellner, C. Siem, 1. Carnicom, L. Manoyolvich, D. Miller, D. Damschroder, ROW 3: D. Herman, J. Fisher, L. Gerwin, S. Koh- ler, K. Diels, M. Hamilton, T. Detzel, T. Hart, P. Balsizer, D. Rapp. ROW 4: S. Bechtel, M. I-licks, B. Gerbich, G. Gam, D. I-Ieilman, D. Swaisgood, ROW 5: P. Reimer, L. Gerwin. Senior night at GHS. SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: TOP ROW: K. Clark, B. Kayden, S. Hart, W. Fought, G. Beeker, S. Simcox, M. Hicks, ROW 2: L. Gerwin, K. Taulker, N. Diab, B. Clark, D. Rapp, D. Swaisgood, B. Bee- ker, P. Williams. ROW 3: C. Crispen, I. Fisher, D. Herman, B. Taullcer, R. Reino, S. Hofelich, K. Holcomb. 14 On. .AndOn. .AndOn. BACK ROW: W. Fought, J. Perry, ROW 2: D. Shaw, D. I-Iofelich, B. Beeker, P. Ruth, R. Reino, I. Lepley, K. Clark, J. Rapp, J. Fry, A. Simcox, M. Mauch, I. Keiser, G. Becker. ROW 3: J. Schumaker, G. I-Iayne, S. Hofelich, T. I-Ierman, D. Herman, G. Arnold, K. Holcomb, S. Hart, B. Bruntz, B. Kayclen, ROW 4: B. Hickman, S. Brown, A. Simcox, A. Miller, G. Maddy, P. Williams. ROW 5: B. Myers, B. Clark, B. Clark. Q il A Gibsonburg leads the way on Home- coming night. PEP BAND: TOP ROW: W. Fought, S. Hart, G. Beeker, G. I-Iayne, D. Damschroder, M. Planert, ROW 2: A. Simcox, B. Clark, K. Clark, D. Swaisgood, D. I-Iofelich. ROW 3: D. Shaw, S. Hofelich, C. Foster, K. Holcomb, 1. Fisher. 15 Golden Voices Of GHS I ,T C B SENIOR CHORUS: TOP ROW: A. Schwartz, C. Walker, S. Nitshke, B. Hickman, J. Schumaker, I. Perry, K. Diels, D. Damschroder, I. Keiser, G. Hayne, G. Beeker, T. Hart, W. Fought, S. Hart, B. Kayden, S. Sim- cox, G. Arnold, J. Fry, B. Bruntz, J. Lepley, A. Simcox, D. Miller, J. Carnicom, C. Seim, I. Rapp, B. Leid, L. Gerwin, ROW 2: S. Liskai, B. Myers, A. Smith, S. Brown, A. Hoffman, D. Roberts, P. Williams, D. Herman, M. Hicks, B. Clark, K. Clark, D. Boles, M. Plumer, D. Rapp, N. Diab, R. Reino, S. Hofelich J. Fisher, K. Holcmb, L. Hoffman, A. Simcox, S. Kohler, D. Tice, K. Hofelich, ROW 3: T. Herman, B. 'Kirwen, B. Donnell, S. Wolpert, S. Recney, L. Hill, C. Lividen, G. Maddy, B. Gerbich, C. Foster, C. Brown, B. Spanfellner, D. Hofelich, L. Manoyolvich, B. Clark, M. Frazer, T. Taulker, C. Wolpert, B. Un- derwood, C. Ludwig, S. Myers. ROW 4: J. Ahle, K. Kutzi, T. Detzel, D. Seem, P. Cicanese, M. Hamilton, P. Reimer, S. Bechtel, M. Kirsch, S. Pertner, L. Magrum, D. Herman, D. Shaw, D. Heilman. ' 4 GIRLS CHORUS: TOP ROW: S. Liskai, T. Taulker, C. Brown, S. Wolpert, L. Hill, C. Foster, M. Hicks, L. Gerwin, K. Clark, C. Walker, B. Leid, J. Rapp, M. Plumer, A. Schwartz, D. Boles, B. Clark, D. Rapp,.B. Spanfellner, C. Jividen, C. Wolpert, L. Manoyolvich, 'B. Myers, S. Kohler, ROW 2: B. Kirwen, S. Hofelich ! A. Simcox, P. Williams, B. Underwood, B. Donnell, A. Hoffman, G. Maddy, B. Clark, D. Roberts, S. Rec- ney, A. Simcox, S. Brown, L. Hoffman, N. Diab, R. Reino, S. Myers, D. Hofelich, ROW 3: D. Shaw, D. Seem, P. Cicanese, L. Magrum, M. Hamilton, M. Kirsch, S. Pertner, P. Reimer, B. Gerbich, J. Fisher, K. Holcomb, D. Herman, I. Ahle, T. Detzel, K. Kutzi, T. Herman. Leaders Of The Band Debbie Fritz Steve Si I, x mcox Nancy Smith 41 N N4 me :'- ' gsjji.. ' I3 , 'JJ-'1"'1 :f""- 1: 2. n, . 4- H we '5 ,H , Erf-53.551 -:f.e ,. f 550- 3' Y Drum Major and Majorettes. Majorettes entertain during half-time on Home- coming night. rl" .,.V,', . ffrii, . . IJ rf ' Y W .1,.-A ' u Carol Crispen Cathy Schumaker Kay Taulker f "fJ5i?91V 4 7- ' ig SAC - Student Government SAC: STANDING: P. Clark, M. I-Iaubert, B. Hickman, J. Rapp, C. Balsizer, D. Dei- ninger, D. Keller, T. La- Salvia, S. Miller. SITTING: B. Clark, Sec. J. Henline, Pres. I. Kaemming, V. Pres. A. Reinbolt, Treas. Mr. Freeborn, Advisor. Inu Student Council has accomplished much this past year under the lead- ership of President Jim Heline and Vice President jack Kaemming, with the capable assistance of Faculty advisor Mr. Richard Freeborn. Upon welcoming the students to the first day of classes that bright September morning of 1969, SAC proceeded to brighten the surroundings by presenting a carnation to every teacher. 'As the year progressed SAC got into the swing of things with the elab- orate Homecoming festivities. This year Student Council established a system enabling those students who had a 3.0 average to be placed on the honor roll. In the preceding years only those who had all A's or B's made the High Honor and Honor roll. SAC helped to ease the dress code by enabling girls to wear culottes. A better selection of ice cream was made in the cafeteria by the help of the Student Council. .Bake sales and slop days were held throughout the school year to help ease the everday routine of school life. SAC had great ideas for Home- coming night, and helped to make it a success. 1 New Dimensions entertaining GHS Student body. New Dimensions singing "Rain Drops Falling On My Head" . 18 FFA A griculturalists Of The Future Parliamentary Procedure: I. Stout, F. Bursiek, D. Miller, I. Henline, G. Suter, W. Fought, L. Danschroder, I. Richter, Mr. Wallace. FFA: TOP ROW: K. Tyson, A. Miller, K. Du Bois, J. Driftmyer, M. Wells, C. Balsizer, I. Richter, F. Has- linger, T. Stricker, N. I-Ioddinott, I. Reinbolt ROW 2: M. jackson, B. Tyson, G. Estep, 1. Hammer, R. Herman, D. Shammo, J. Torres, D. Ruggiero. SEATED: 1. Stout, F. Bursiek, D. Miller, J. Henline, G. Su- ter, W. Fought, L. Damschroder, Mr. Wallace. , . Vangard FFA: D. Ernsthausen, D. Goetz, ' R. Rogers, D. Blausey, S1 f R. Roberts. I 19 Steer raffled off by FFA. Tomorrow's Business Leaders And Housewives F.B.L.A.: TOP ROW: L. Fork, D. Fritz, I. Balsizer, R. Donnell, P. Carnicom, B. Leid, L. Oller, L. Hicks C. Schumaker, I. Ward, S. Hoffman, ROW 2: M. Herring, D. Shaw, T. Herman, C. Walters, L. Magrum, D. Clifton, I. Hammer, B. Myers, S. Myers, I. Ahle. ROW 3: Mrs. Waitman, P. Warner, N. Smith, D. Rapp, D. Swaisgood, P. Leid, B. Loganbach. FHA: TOP ROW: K. Funkhouser, B. Spanfellner, G. Northcutt, J. Balsizer, C. Shively, P. Fought, G. Bruns, R. Wyatt, V. Spencer. ROW 2: K. Mclntire, R. Linking, D. Fritz, D. Jacobs, K. Taulker, L. Bagley, D. Fritz, P. Warner, S. Maxwell. ROW 3: A. Helle, B. Danschroder, G. Myers, D. Carper, D. Mackling, S. Brookover, I.. Smith. SEATED: Mrs. Shanfelt, N. Smith, N. Aldrich, B. Clark, P. Miller. 20 Intellectual And Scientific Leaders Of Tomorrow FTA: TOP ROW: T. Taulker, L. Manoyolvich, S. Brown, A. Hoffman, B. Clark, C. Walker, B. Leid, G. Wonderly, D. Roberts, D. Hofelich, B. Gerbich, A. Simcox, ROW 2: S. Turco, L. Hill, M. Seem, K. Hofe- lich, A. Simcox, S. Liskai, D. Herman, G. Maddy, L. Massie. ROW 3: L. Cicanese, I. Hammer, C. Beeker, C. Markin, D. Fritz, P. Warner, G. Garn, E. Vallimont, S. Hofelich, ROW 4: D. Herman, J. Fisher, S. Pert- ner, M. Kirsch, P. Cicanesc, J. Bursiek, D. Seem, SEATED: Mrs. Simcox, C. Brown, P. Reimer, R. Reino, S. Recney, C. Cicanese. SCIENCE CLUB: TOP ROW: D. Eddings, C. jividen, L. Blausey, P. Holland, D. Conrad, D. Holland, 1. Fry, J. Kirsch, C. Hutchinson, L. Krotzer, I. Hutchinson, ROW 2: B. Kirwen, S. Bowser, L. Hill, S. Kohler, S. Brown, K. Foos, C. Ludwig, T. Deininger, D. Heilman, SFATED: Miss Remmerowski, D. Herman, D. Fought, A. Schwartz, B. Permer, D. Holt, A. Simcox, Mr. Waggener. 21 Rev. Carl Doss .... ...... Mrs. Helen Doss ..... Donny Doss ....... Nan Johnson. . . Mr. Johnson .... Miss Reilly .... Bill Thomas. . . . . . Mrs. Parkinson .... .. Mrs. Hardy ...... . . . Mrs. Allen ..... Diane ....... Laura...... Rita ....... Timmy .... Ted ......... Alex .... ...... Mrs. Johnson .... Director. . ..... . . . . . . . . . Steve Hart . .. .Beth,C1ark ......TomHart . . .Pam Williams .. Wayne Fought . Sandy Hofelich . . . . Steve Clark Carol Hutchinson .. . Jane Balsizer . Debbie Herman Linda Shoemaker . . .Dolores Rapp . . . . . Kay Clark .. . . Galen Suter . . .Roy Rogers .. .. Bill Beeker . . . . Becky Pertner . . . . Mrs. Mary Lang Student Directors .... . . . Rosemary Reino Kathy Holcomb Trouble is developing in the romance of Nan john- son and Donny Doss. The final touches of make up are applied to Dolores Rapp by Lucy Ianero 22 FAMILY OBODY WA V? 'T' ' "7" T ' The Doss' family poses for an interesting portrait. -"TJ" I Ted, whose ancestry is Spanish and Filipino, is hurt because someone called him a "spik". Alex and Rita are shocked. 23 TED THE FAMILY NOBODY WANTED is the description of an actual family trying to live and be accepted in society and running into more problems than the usual American fam- ily would have. Even though a lot of the play is fictional - a part is actually true. It is always a little difficult for a fellow to present his best girl to his family, but Don's problem is unique. He is wild about an extremely attractive girl who is just a trifle on the stuffy side. The gir1's parents are charming and wealthy, but they are definite- ly on the stuffy side. It is time for the girl to "meet the family," and here's the problem: Don has a lot of brothers and sisters - some are part Japanese, Balinese, Mexican, and full-blooded American Indian! Don's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Doss, had adopted these various children when they found that they couldn't have any of their own. They grew up together, all a part of one family. And now Don, the oldest, is asked to deny these brothers and sisters for the sake of the one girl that matters to him. The stirring res- olution provides for an enchanting and humor- ous comedy with an undercurrent that says something important. Members of Mr. Reed's industrial arts class work on a stage door. 'School Spirit' ls Pam Williams was chosen by the Student Body to reign over the Homecoming festivities as the 1969 Homecoming Queen. Her Court consisted of Senior attendants Leanne Gerwin and linda Shoemaker, Junior attendant Mary Seem, Sophomore attendant Judy Lepley, and Freshman attendant Kathy Hofelich, "-'R The 1969 Homecoming Queen -- Pam Williams. Pam anxiously awaits the big moment. n . . J 1 ' V L if 15.1 , Tri- Captain John Pertner bestows a klss on P?m durmg the Pre' game Leanne Cerwin Queen Pam Linda Shoemaker Ceremomes' Kathy Hofelich Mary Seem Judy Lepley 24 Homecoming Theme . Homecoming '69 featured many new hi- ' l lights thanks to the ideas and work of SAC. ' 4 The festivities began when a parade com- and of course the Queen and her Court, moved through downtown Gibsonburg and ended at the football field. The crowning of the Queen during pre- game ceremonies, an appropriate performance by the band at half- time, and a victory for GI-IS made Home- coming a complete success. The Senior float is the winner of the SAC prize. Spirit is displayed on this old car. Community organizations take part in the parade. The Bears make Homecoming a com- plete success by defeating Woodmore N - 22-12. The band Presents 51 bit of Enthusiastically Pam cheers the magic at half-time. team on to Victgryl 25 posed of floats representing classes, organiza- tions, and businesses, antique cars, the band, The Senior class trip was somewhat out of the ordi- nary this year. They traveled to Irish Hills, a ski resort in Michigan, on March 2. Although snow was not abun- dant, there was enough for everyone to have an enjoyable day of skiing. In the evening they dined out, after which they went to see the movie, "Paint Your Wagon." Ready to take off at the top of the slope are Nancy Diab, Pam Williams, and several other girls. 26 Seniors Enjoy A Even Mr. Kniesly joins in the fun. Gary Beeker begins to look like a pro. Bill Beeker gets a free ride up the hill. Day At Ski Resort A pause before taking off is enjoyed by this group of Seniors. S' we + 5 , fe I A sprained ankle puts an end to Sandy I-Iofe1ich's skiing. 1 , miie 1, -,, , K yygee ,. '- afar Y 2 . wifes .Aw ' 551 fr, - - 1. ". X .,. . , Y 1. , I ,W uv . - d E-if These three girls look as though they are having a great time. 27 juniors Are Active In On May 8 and 9 the juniors presents their play, "Erasmus With Freckles, " a comedy in three acts. It centers around the fact that Eras- mus Leaf, a young boy, has a remarkable ability in mathematics. So remarkable that he finds a mistake in the figures of the Bank of America. The sudden fame and publicity he receives upsets the entire Leaf household, which by the way, is located on a retired ferryboat. A romance be- tween Bob and Vina, various attempts by Cissy and Pandy to bring in money, and an exciting escape all contribute in making the play inter- esting. An excellent stage and a good job by the actors and actresses complete its success. One highlight of the play is this discothegue scene V I Bob and Erasmus replay their amusing episode at the Pd, Q i D employment office for the others. A foreign agent threatens Bob. . . , x . - 4: A I , i 5' -.'v'?3i!'7' 'i A Go-Go Girl dances Erasmus takes his turn at the during discotheque whe el. scene. 28 A happy ending is reached as Bob and Vina embrace. May With Play And Trip Everyone seems to be enjoying the ride back. Clowning around plays a big part on the trip. 29 As tradition will have it, the junior Class travels to Put-in-Bay on May 25 for their trip. A wet but fun ride on a ferryboat, a tour of Perry's monument, and an afternoon of stroll- ing and bicycling around the island make up an enjoyable day for everyone. It looks as though Cathy and Pat are a little wet. A balancing act by the water front is performed by this group of Juniors. Up, Up, And Away ls Theme Saturday night, May 23, the junior Class proudly presents the junior-Senior Prom en- titled Up, Up and Away. The center attrac- tion of the prom is a huge balloon attached to a basket. Surrounding this are sections repre- senting different parts of the world. The South Sea Islands, the Orient, Egypt, France, and Holland are the five countries displayed. The band provides music Within a booth represent- ing the U. S. Much hard work is rewarded as the members of the two classes, with their dates, enjoy an evening of dancing and fun. The South Sea Islands wouldn't be complete without a tiki. section . The Eiffel Tower and a French cafe make up the comer of France. A camel mural highlights Egypt's Holland 15 portrayed with a windmill A Chinese statute Within a red pa- MTS- Weaver, the P1'0m adV1S01' goda gives the Oriental effect. Eniilher husband, P056 beneath the a con 30 Ofjunior-Senior Prom Several couples enjoy this dance. N Dolores and Steve seem to be having an enjoyable time. jim Keiser and date take their turn in the basket. Typical French clothing is worn by these Sophomores. 31 A. 'aff A small combo provides the music -li Servers from the Orient are attired in kimonos. 4. gl 11 The girls from Egypt wear harem costumes while the boys wear simple robes. Seniors Graduate Graduation day comes on May 31 this year as ninety-six seniors receive diplomas. The high- light of the Commencement exercises is an ad- dress entitled "Tomorrow" by Dr. Ray A. Horn from the Ohio Department of Education. Includ- ed in the program are the traditional speeches by the Valedictorian and Salutatorian, a resenta- P tion by the Senior Choir, the presentation of Scholarship Medals, the presentations to the Val- edictorian and Salutatorian, and of course, the presentation of diplomas. Seniors receive their diplomas from Mr. Dale I-Ielle lf -1- LSE: President of the Board of Education. Mixed emotions are seen on the The Senior Choir presents "A Wonderful Day Like faces gf these Seniors, ll Today. u 1 rr fl' Beth Clark and Leanne Cerwin pause a moment before enter- mf ing the auditorium. The Class of 1970 stand together for the last time. 32 SPORTS ,l, fr. 2 L, Q .ffjfiv QNX 0 ew EE if LN ,g " YB Af '5 ,, ff 3 X35 rf' Lil 5 Q1 One of the maiii features E7 taught and exerciseii is good ex sportsmanship. Thig.23ears perform Q5 gg ' to the best of fheimbiliw not al- Va ways winning blffqaring in any sport they aigigpt. by xml 2.21 2575? 59 59 K'-gfgkv' gk gl egg. 'flu-by Aff i Q:-37 ,...fff55g5 Golden Bears pj '5 15 I' VARSITY RESERVE FOOTBALL: C. Assenheimer, coach, T. Vallejo, T. Smith, K. I-Iaubert, W. Fought, C. Balsizer, F. I-Iilt, S. Smith, I. Per-mer, D. Goetz, P. I-Iaubert, coach. SECOND ROW: R. Freeborn, coach, F. LaSa1via, F. Haslinger, I. Shull, Keeping the bench warm. Urgent instructions are given to Mark Stevenson by the coach. Football Team A N-1, -W L. Beck, R. Mauch, G. Stevenson, M. Stevenson, I. Stout, A. Reinbolt, K. Baker, Head coach. THIRD ROW: R. Brown, K. Dubois, P. Cisneros, G. Sanchez, T. jurski, L. Spanfellner, R. Bowser, D. Kirwen, J. Williamson. FOURTH ROW: M. Gruner. Tri- Captains: john Pertner, Jim Henline, Jim Stout. 1 f , X y X E N ,.-ala, .. Q M ' ,ffl 1, I ' ,, X54 -f..:,. 4 ,Hp 1,1 QQ- .5 qu, - x 17- It ,. 'Lx 'W ' hi: if A W .-- - W 5. A" Ui' 5' ' R- - -. -f- 4P""if" -fx 3 ,. ,.. - X l' L' ,. . ' ' V ., . N-.,-ehllffmff-, Ap, -fife . ,, . . . -, G" 4 ... W - P , ffl' .Q 2 .11 - ,' v:.L-. - ., -' . ' 1 : P. 9 '16 I X' H ' 'V ll U R11 N "1" 1' fa 2kg4f92fM,f'f'fl?i"5'?1y371',f.'15S,f?3'.'l3'aw3im'f'WVfrEQ9Zf'5g . I W. .J-..-f'f2-.11-p..L nrJ,fiv2fnd?2f.s.a'l' . . Iohn Pertner: All Conference Tackle 'iq -L ' . . I. W 5 I . ' , Skin , if H Q. 7? S! , f . Y ! ra iv' .P ' 9' A - L D ' U w Watch the hair, there! ! ! Supersectional Champs Pat Sheffer Dick Ernstausen Coach Carl Assenheimer jim Henline jim Stout Steve Simcox Cheering on the team. The Pep Band practices up. 37 Action In Bear Basketball vp-'rdf' 37' Ba1sizer's shot blocked by Lakota's Wlse. 'TEE Bruiser scores two! ! Knight scores two for Lakota as Shaffer tries for the block 38 Gibsonburg Thin-Clads , il .. 1 , ...L n TRACK--STANDING: D. Conrad, 1. Foster, S. McDonald, J. Swartzlander, I. Schumaker, G. Sanchez, T. Kirwen, D. Deininger, T. Vallejo, R. Carnicom, A. Reinbolt, I.. Pic- cuito, M. Stevenson, Coach Freeborn. 2nd ROW: D. Eg- bert, D. Holland, K. Diels, M. Rose, D. Williamson, R. Mauch, J. Holcomb, R. Damschroder, L. Spanfellner. BOTTOM ROW: D. Holt, M. Jackson, B. Hickman, S. Conklin, M. Planert, P. Buchanen, C. Seim. 9 e "Fearsome Foursome". Steve Simcox is presented a ribbon for third place in the SBC meet by track queen Dolores Rapp. 39 In The Baseball Diamond BASEBALL: BACK ROW--Coach Kashmere, L. Beck, G. Stevenson, K. I-Iaubert, C. Balsizer, F. LaSa1via, T. jurski, A. Ahle, S. Smith. FRONT ROW--I. Sander, T. I-Iiser, D. Stevenson, G. Schlea, M. Kohler, M. Ross. Getting ready for the game. Going home with a victory. 40 an 5 Freshmen Athletes FRESHMAN FOOTBALL--TOP ROW--Coach assenheimer, M. Wells, G. Haubert, S. Krotzer, S. Conklin. SECOND ROW--G. Schlea, M. Kohler, D. Stevenson, D. Wonderly, J. Spanfellner. THIRD ROW--B. Hickman, S. Sanders, J. Reinbolt, N. I-loddinott, M. Planert. FOURTH ROW--M. jack- son, D. Beck, T. I-Iiser, P. Buchanan, J. Fry. F" - ' 17413, " ' ' . :ar-:gf FRESHMAN BASKETBALL--STANDING--J. Driftmyer, J. Spanfellner, B. Hickman, S. Krotzer, S. Conklin, G Haubert, D. Stevenson, Coach Kashmer. KNEELING--D. Brown, T. Hiser, M. Brown, D. Beck, M. Ross. 41 Golden Bears To Victory Linda Shoemaker Rosemary Reino VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: M. Mauch, P. Balsizer, L. Shoemaker, R. Reino, I. Lepley. 1 v Mary Mauch Pat Balsizer Judy Lepley 43 eva a ' .1:':?3' ' ,uni 4, ' H: if H .. ms mf , wi . 13' ' P Q H, , ,E ' L: . ' ,rl VL, . 2 .-:Nj '4 ES. 51 N" W' QQ? ' Y 123 'Nr Vai gj - . 'VV l up E ,g - - V J L M ' ,- ' '1wy,:'1..,,.-1j':.mK ,R Eif,?.k.,,p,m-,,,-J-'-,T as . -mg? , 6 A. - . It , W S ,- 52,5 W 1 .725 121, H 5 ' 1. A 5 ' , . A - 'f Q -3 x,Q2. ia.f,..f, - HW . - b J ' 3 - I -.' ., F hkfd, , J! ,, W? Ag. 5 , --wh K - ,f-:,9rf5' ,, X, . , ,wr F if ' "N-3 - ' Pi 9 - .S x 246 Q fs P , , aaa.: ,Q Z saw . ,yur W ff W , 5? W 'ka , W ,A , :JA Vxzif' --1 W, Y -3'-VI, ,,:f.-,ff tl , I , , W 2 I G uigez W ,. , , x 1 W W 0 ' 3 M 1, , ,R f W , f ,x,, ., hs, V I w W s 1 455 " 1 mm' my .ng if -Q Q 3 11 1 , NAKV , , H -sm S XE Jr NH Q Q 2 ab? 1323 MM C 1 ze x i ' 1 E If ,, ' T, Us 4 5253! -- :'ss2f1 1 5 -: F 4 i .. 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'Q .49- ,. .,: 97 2 'EL , ,W , -J sr' , HF' ' 4.1 V ACADEMICS rg-11 '., J-Ama... x Where each angljgfery student ' , learn what,Q6V haven't been able '-i..L.,wf-' ,fmt f-'Wm -n.u:.,l,- ,ffijlx ,-fn waibk ,iffy U15 13L"'45Z5:R,A J! .9 RQX .I-E :S W ey 'R-N ff? 13 'L fly The faculty at3QG.I-I. s. try to lf' make school enjoiable for the stu- dents. They teaclfiito the best of ia their ability hopigk that some- EJ . -1 5.3 to teach ,seek and find exactly ,gl Ok what is in store for them. Q gif? Nu-2 'kv Af UG, H-r' xr. yr Hxllx, eg Wye is ff? QV-.ff..L M X , Rlff 'K sg, . Rf ka? 5uperintendent's - Message Superintendent: MR. HERB REDDING Dear Members of the Graduating Class of 1970: It is timely to reflect upon your twelve years of elementary and secondary education. The citizens of the Gibsonburg Exempted Village School District, including your parents and school personnel, have made great efforts to provide a quality and comprehensive educational program to provide for your capabilities and interests You have profited greatly from your extensive curricular and co- curricular experiences. Your valuable academic achievements and Worthwhile activity accomplishments have been expressions of your gratitude. Your "Alma Mater," which includes the Vanguard vocational division, has provided the educa- tional incentive and foundation for your future educational opportunities and careers. The success of this educational venture will be measured by your career accomplishments, by your loyal contributions to society and to your country, and in general, by the goodness of your lives. Congratulations on your graduation and Best Wishes for a happy and successful future. Z I J Aiftff-'95 7x6!,zC,fZf.4Q 5 46 1 ,4.:. J 'I on I f, ' YG! ' V H ,a Pri nci pal '5 y Message Principal: MR. FRED KNIESLY To the Class of 1970: The students, staff, and the spirit of Gibsonburg High School wish you well as you terminate your student days here. Neither you nor the school that you are leaving behind is the same because of the time that you have spent here. The Class of 1970 leaves its mark through every individual of the class that has studied, worked, played, and competed here to maintain the high principles of sportsmanship, creativity, and scholarship that are the foundation of Gibsonburg High School. In t11rn you members of the Class of 1970 have been molded into young men and young women that can think, that can create, that can lead. From this time on we expect you to individually maintain the Gibsonburg heritage and to develop adult lives filled with happiness, success, and meaningfulness. incur I sagleatw The Administrative Task Force gi--nun----al F L Elementary Principal: MR. JAMES HILFIKER BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Dale Helle, Herb Redding, R.H. Schuett, Ed Herman, Tom jurski, Loren Beck, james Hickman. . iii X '71 .'i,., fi QI i - ii gi .1 X , . C ..., -vx 'Wir ELEMENTARY SECRETARY: Mrs. 1 Donna C1-ispen HIGH SCHOOL SECRETARIES: DEAN OF MEN: MT- Rich?-Pd Mrs. Marsha Henry and Mrs. Freeborn? and DEAN OF WOMEN Thelma Taulker. Mrs. Della Clark. 48 My Frown I5 Sufficient Correction MUSIC DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Edith Bell, High School and Elementaryg Mr. Herbert Bell, High School. SCIENCE AND MATH DEPARTMENTS: Miss Kay Remerowsky, Biologyg Mrs. Muriel Lepley, Mathg Mrs. Lela Vickery, Mathg Mr. Richaxd Freeborn, Scienceg Mr. David Waggoner, Physics and Chemistry. v- , ' ,P Y --K-f , Q This Algebra class seems to be enjoying their lesson. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT: Mr. Karl Baker, Boys Physical Educationg Mrs. Marjorie Urhammer, Girls Physical Education . 49 HISTORY DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Della Clark, Governmentg Mr. Michael Pratt, World History. Mr. Brown thinks over next periods history lesson. l This typing class is busy preparing their daily lesson. When IAm Forgotten . . . '1-I s I al l J L The Industrial Art students are working on remodeling a 1929 Model-A Ford pick-up truck. These Home Economics students are enjoying a classroom discussion. VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Karen Keros, Commercialg Mrs. Pat Shanfelt, Home Economicsg Mrs. Elizabeth Waitman, Commercialg Mr. George Wallace, Vocational Agricultureg Mr. Kent Reed, Industrial Arts. Picture not available: Mr. Robert Krotzer, Industrial Arts and Drivers Education. ? Say I Taught Thee Mrs. Caroline McCallister, Guidance Counselorg Mrs. Elizabeth Plumer, Speech S Hearing Therapistg Mrs. Phyllis Simcox, Librariang Miss Marto Atkinson, Art, High School and Elementary. + ENGLISH DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Mary Lang, Freshmen English 8 Speechg Mrs. Marjorie Clark, Senior Englishg Mr. William Bowers, junior Englishg Mr. Carl Assenhei- mer, Sophomore English. 51 E- These students are using their time in the library to work! These art students are busy working on a mural. Thejanitors And Cooks Who Help Us s CUSTODIANS: A. Krotzer, V. Mintz, F. Thatcher, R. Schlea. HELENA COOKS: Mrs. Camicom, and Mrs Vincent. LL V, 5-F HIGH SCHOOL COOKS: Mrs. Balsizer, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. ELENIENTARY COOKS: Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Shively, Mrs. Shull. Kerr, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Carr. fr.. " 1: -'W lg.,-'1-,ul ,,,'.,,f' :H Wwiwffaepf- ff? bijfxf .iris BUS DRIVERS: R. Williamson, F. Thatcher, F. Cerwin, R. McCullough, I. Moll, A. Krotzer, K. Carr, D. Hickman, V. Mintz. 52 ...4 SENIORS In J ,,:' I-A 1 U 2,4 ev 5 'W Q3 , ff' 1 -i .I Wm y Q i ' ei . iii After 12 years f education the 'X Seniors of 1970 ar F' ready and Will- H. :, ing to face the ye s ahead of ,fx 5, them. The memo? es of past times Q1 Q. will Suu be wird em as they y I hh, look into t ure. 1 MIL IR l v ,. nf, '-' ' If- ri 'QT 4? Q .A J '75 Q Q 5 1.1 2 Y 'ED i Egg PAULA SUE JIM E . ALDRICI-I BAHNSON S enior Le aders: Historian Jack Kaemming Vice- President Kathy Holcomb President Dolores Rapp Treasurer Becky Pertner Secretary Leanne Cerwin fbabsenty iff:-r .1 V . JANE FRANCES BALSIZER GARY THOMAS BEEKER ik mf? .wx ig, f .ffzszf I nn,,V wiv? WILLIAM RAYMOND MAGDELENA BEEKER BELMARES DAVID LEE DIANTI-IA CAROL BIAUSEY BOLES 'fo'- RICHARD JAMES ROBERT HOWARD BROWN BROWN K L ELIZABETH ANN KAY E. STEPHEN A. DONNA E. CLARK CLARK CLARK CONRAD CAROL ANN NANCY ANN GARY P. RICHARD EARL CRISPEN DIAB ELLIOTT ERNSTHAUSEN ,-H WI1.,"' 'L I. ,n '1 .ju W. r w n J r JANIS LYNN JOE M. ROBERT K. WAYNE LYNN FISHER FLORES FOLLMAN FOUGHT 55 SHIRLEY ANN CONNIE LYNN LEANNE MARTHA DENNIS H FOX FUNKHOUSER GERWIN GOETZ 'Q'.1'...?., BECKY SUE CINDY LOU MARK W. THOMAS F HALSTEAD HALSTEAD HAMILTON HAMMER T I STEPHEN KENT THOMAS SCOTT MARILYN I. JAMES R.A HART HART I-IEBERLING HENLINE 56 DEBORAH ANN MARY EVA SANDRA 1. MARK L. HERNIAN HICKS HOFELICH HOFFMAN Mr. Wallace and Senior boys in Vo. Ag. room. Connie and Leanne busy at work. ALAN E. KATHY MARIE CAROL ANN RON I. I-IOLCOMB I-IOLCOMB HUTCHJN SON JACKSON 57 Senior girls enroute to band room. JACK A. ROBERT JON KAEMM me KAYDEN JANICE A. SHIRLEY ROSE GARY R. r THOMAS E. KLINE LQPLANT LAUER LOEW Bruiser just monkeying around. CONNIE. GAIL ALICE MANYLOV ICH MCCOY CHRIS F . CIAUDIA ANN MOLI. MURRAY DIANE MARIE EUGENE R. NEEB NEHLS 1 L."'.1f51 'Li' .,. .wc -. .Tx I my . 17 V . v' ' 'fr I "Tower of Gibsonburgu DAVID A . KATHRYN M. OBREGON OHNI JOHN H. REBECCA JANE PERTNER PERTNER And they all fall down MARGARET CELIA PLUIWER LINDA LEE POSEY DOLORES DIANN RAPP RONALD R. REINBOLT ' Aq- "Are you sure he won't mind?" ROSEMARY A. GILBERT I REINO REYES "Let's keep that line straighf!" LINDA LOUISE ROBERTS " ROY E. ROGERS DANNY LEE RU GGIERO HERBERT SCHELET -, ,-,, Tom Leow polishing an old car part JOHN C. STEVEN P SCI-IUETT SEEM Mechanics at Work? ' ""-"wifi" 1 WILLIAM F. SHAW, JR. JON PATRICK CYNTHA LOU LINDA MARIE SI-IEFFER SI-IIVELY SI-IOEMAKER rr-"' nr- .,,-' MARY JANE STEVEN EDWARD 11 A SI-IULL SIMCOX ' I How did you say you draw a straight line? CATI-IY ANN MARION MARK R. JANIES W. SPANFELLNER STAHL STEVENSON STOUT 62 153' 'iff LC. T7 , ,R 'viii ,,- 4 GALEN L. DEBRA KAY SUTER SWAISGOOD Cooling off between classes. BARBARA JEAN KAY LYNN ROBERT B. JEFF TAULDER TAULKER VALLEIO WATKLNS Zegiigmu , - W W W PAMELA IOSEPHINE Marion pushing a pencil. WILLIAMS 63 ALDRICH, PAULA Play 3, FHA 1,2, 3, DECA I 4, DECA jr. 3. BAHNSEN, JAMES "Jim" BALSIZER, JANE "Saphire" Play 4, Band 1, GAA 1,2,3,4, FBLA 1, 2, Library Staff 1, 2, FSA 3,4, Vanguard Newspaper 3, EXec's 3,4, Graphic's Club 4. BEEKER, GARY Revue l, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, Track 1, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2. BEEKER, WILLIAM "Beek" Play 3,4, Revue l, Band 1,2, 3,4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Spanish Club 3, Pep Band 4, State Chorus Contest 3, Con- test Band 2, 3, 4, Contest Chorus 3, 4. BELMANES, MAGDALENA "Maggy" DECA 1114. BLAUSEY, DAVID Hsiaoaay Boy" FFA 1,2,3,4, Eootban 1,2, Varsity ciao 2. BOLES, DIANTHA "Red" Play 3, Chorus 3,4, Honor 1, 2, 3, 4, State Chorus Contest 3, Contest Chorus 3. BROOKOVER, PEG Play 3, Spanish ciao 1, DECA 1114 BROWN, RICHARD "Rick" LimeLite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 2. BROWN, ROBERT "Brownie" Auto Mechanics, SSr. 4. CLARK, ELIZABETH "Beth" Play 4, Revue 1, Band 1,2 CLibrarianJ 3,4, Chorus 1,2,4, Girls Chorus 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, SAC 4 fSec. J, FTA 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Band 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. CLARK, KAY Play 3 fStudent Directory, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, GAA 2,3,4, SAC 1,2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4. CLARK, LYLE FFA 1, Horticulture Club 3. CLARK, STEPHEN "Crickett" Play 3, 4, Li1neLite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Basketball 1, Spanish Club 1. CLIFTON, GALEN "Hog" CONRAD, DONNA DECA I 4, DECA jr. 3. CRISPEN, CAROL Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, High Skill Sr. 3, FSA 3,4, CRecording Sec.J Vanguard Newspaper 3, fCo-ed- itorj, EXec's 4, Graphic's Club 4. DIAB, NANCI "Dip it" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, GAA 1,2,3, FTA 1,2, Spanish Club 1, 2. ELLIOTT, GARY ERNSHHAUSEN, RICHARD "Bruiser" FFA 1,2, 3,4, Class Officer 3, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. FISHER, JANIS Play 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, GAA 2, 3,4, FTA 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Band 4, Spanish Club 3, Contest Band 1, 2, 3,4, Contest Chorus 3,4, State Chorus 3. FLORES, JOE Class Officer l, 2, Auto Body 3,4. EoLLMAN, ROBERT "Foamy" FOUGHT, WAYNE "Fodo" Play 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, CTreas.J Football l, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, Pep Band 4, Spanish Club 3, State FFA Chorus 3,4, Contest Band 3, 4, District Chorus Contest 3,4, State Chorus 3, District II 4. FOX, SHIRLEY "Foxie" Library Staff 1, Child Care 3, 4. FUNK1-IOUSER, CONNIE LYNN Vanguard Fashionettes 3,4, VICA Ccos- metologfyj 3, 4. GARCIA, JUANITA G. GERWIN, LEANNE MARTHA "Annie" Play 3, Revue 1, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Class Officer 2 fSec. J, 3 fSec. J, 4 CSec. Q, GAA 2, 3 fSec. J, 4 KV-Presb, Pep Band 2, 3, High Skill Sr. 3 CV-Presb, 4. fPresJ, Vanguard Newspaper 3. GOETZ, DENNIS H. "GO-teZ" FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, varsity Club 2, 3, 4. HALSTEAD, BECKY sun FHA 1, 2, 3. HALSTEAD, CINDY Lou FHA 1, 2, 3. HAMILTON, MARK W. "Woody" Play 3, 4, Li1neLite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4. HAMMER, THOMAS F. "Tom" Spanish Club 1, 2, VICA CElectronics Jr.J 3, VICA Sr. 4. HART, STEPHEN KENT "Steve" Play 3,4, Band 1, 2, 3,4 CV-Presj, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, District II Music Festival 4, Contest Band 3, 4, Contest Chorus 3,4, State Chorus 3. HART, THOMAS SCOTT "Tom" Play 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, District II Music Festi- val 4, Contest Band 3, 4, Contest Chorus 3,4, State Chorus 3. HEBERLING, MARILYN J. GHA 1, 2, Vanguard Fashionettes 3, 4, VICA fcosmetologyl, 3, 4. I-IENLINE, JAMES R.A. "Henie" FFA 1, 2, 3,4, Class Officer 1 fTreasJ, SAC 3, 4 CPresJ, Li1neLite Staff 4, An- nual Staff 4 CEditorJ, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Track 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3,4, Boys' State 3 fAlternateJ, Spanish Club 3, Honor 3. HERMAN, DEBORAH ANN "Debbie" Play 4, Band l-, 2, 3,4, Chorus 3,4, FHA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, SAC 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4 fSocial Directorj, Spanish Club 3, Girls Chorus 4, District II Music Festival 4, Contest Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest Chorus 3,4, State Chorus 3. HICKS, MARY EVA "I-Iary Micks" Band 1, 2, 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Girls Chorus 4, FTA 1, Pep Band 3,4, Spanish Club 3, Contest Band 3, Contest Chorus 3, State Chorus 3. HOFELICH, SANDRA J. "Sandy" Play 3, 4, Revue 1, Band l,2, 3,4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, District II Music Festival 4, Contest Band 2, 3, 4, Contest Chorus 3, 4, State Chorus 3. HOFFMAN, MARK L. "om" HoLcoM3, ALLEN E. HOLCOMB, KATHY Play 3, 4, CStudent Directorj, Revue 1, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Girls Chorus 4, Class Officer 4 QV-Presb, Science Club 1, Pep Band l,2, 3,4, Office Staff 4, Girls State 3 fAlternateJ, Spanish Club 3, District II Music Festival 3, Contest Band 3, Contest Chorus 3,4, State Chorus 3, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4, HUTCHINSON, CAROL KAY "Hutch" Play 3,4, Science Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Science Project 3, Superior Excellent CDistrictJ, Honor 1, 2, 3, High Honor 4, Perfect Attendance 1, 2. IANARIO, LUCILLE "Lucy" COE 4. JACKSON, RONALD KAEMMING, JACK "Ripper" Play 3, Class Officer 1 fSecJ, 2 fTreasJ, 4 CHistorianD, LiIneLite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, SAC 4 CV-Presb, Perfect Attendance 1, 2. KAYDEN, ROBERT "Bob" Play 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fPres. D, Chorus 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, Library Staff 4, Boys' State 3 fDe.legateD, Spanish Club 1, 2, Band Contest 2, 3, 4, Chorus Contest 3, 4, State Chorus 3, Honor 2. KLINE, JANICE Office Staff 2, Vanguard Fashionettes 3, 4, VICA CCosmetologyD 3, 4. LaPLAND, SHIRLEY "Squirrelly" Play 3, 4, Chorus 1, Science Club 1,2,3, Library Staff 4, Honor 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. LAUER, GARY "Lips" Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Auto Body 3, 4. LOWE, THOMAS "Tom" Band 1, 3, Track 2. MANOYLOVICH, CONNIE Revue 1, Band 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, SAC 1, 2, FTA 1, FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, High Skill Sr. 4, High Skill jr. 3. MCCOY, ALICE Chorus 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, Honor 3, 4, High Skill 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, Vanguard Newspaper 3. MOLL, CHRISTOPHER "Chris" SAC, Auto Body 3, 4, VICA 3, 4. MURRAY, CLAUDIA "Claud" Play 3, Chorus 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, LimeLite Staff 3, FBLA 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, DECA III 4. NEEB, DIANE "Honker" Play 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Honor 4. NEI-ILS, EUGENE "Gene" Play 4, Boys' State 3 CAlternateD, VICA fWeldingQ 3. OBREGON, DAVID "Dave" Band 1, Basketball 1, DECA jr. 3, DECA I 4. OHM, KATHY "Ohmer" GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, SAC 2, 3 CSecD, FTA 1, 2, 3, Library Staff 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2,3, Honor 2, DECA III 4. PERTNER, JOHN "Wally" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fCo- captainj, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, First Team Offensive Tackle 4, Blade Athletic Award 4. PE RTNER, REBECCA "Becky" Play 4, Band 1, 2, Class Officer 4 CTreas. J, GAA 2, 3, 4 CSec. J, Science Club 4 QChairmanJ, Office Staff 4, Girls' State 3 fAlternatej, Honor 3, National Scholarship Commended Student. PLUMER, MARGARET "Maggie" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor 4, Girls Chorus 4. POSEY, LINDA Band 1, 2, 3, RAPP, DOLORES "Delores" Play 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 CPres. J, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fSec-Treas. J, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3 fTreas. D, 4 CPres. J, Li1neLite Staff 3, FBLA 1, 2, 3, 4 CV- Pres.D, Office Staff 4, Girls' State CDe- legateb, High Honor 1, 2, 4, Honor 3, Perfect Attendance 4, State Chorus Con- test 3, District II Music Festival 4, Girls' Chorus 4. REINBOLT, RONALD R. Play 3, Library Staff 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, High Honor 3, 4. REINO, ROSEMARY A. "Rosie" Play 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2 fTreas. J, 3, 4 fPres. D, Pep Band 2, 3, Office Staff 4, Girls' State 3 CAlternateb, Spanish Club 3. REYES, GILBERT "Gil" DECA jr. 3, DECA I 4. fcontinued on page 1045 66 1-f -1 1--xt S gf , CLASSES .N 'N"' -. Q S--ff: X ,.. -- 3 H. Is es Q M Q B Q' Students W k to achieve new E goals and unde 'Qtanding through their studies. A I v-.. I kg, Q 6 , - -4ure.:,?-TKT 49 A-,arf V. ' -21" 1-J avr" juniors Anxiou5lyAwait Only half the junior class attends school in Gibsonburg. The other half go to Vanguard for their first year. The school year begins with the excitement of receiving their class rings. Throughout the winter months they take many tests, which help the students determine their future career and life. When spring arrives the juniors present their play, "Erasmus with Freckles. " After the play is completed, they prepare a prom with the theme, "Up, Up and Away" for the seniors. For the remaining days of the year, they anxiously await vacation and their final year. Class Officers: jim Keiser, Hist. 3 Carl Bal- sizer, Pres., Brenda Bruntz, V. Pres., Patty Balsizer, Sec. xx Chemistry lab offers opportunity to experiment for P. juniors get together to build a Homecoming float. Miller, D. Holt, D. Fought and I. Fry. phy at Vanguard. LEFT: P. Liskai, N. Smith, and L. Massie learn High Skilled Stenogra- RIGHT: Study Hall is the time to take it easy for junior boys. IVE I. IS I. Sterling actually studying? 68 Their Final Year i lr I H" D' S ' Xi J A 1 if Q V - - A it i .1 1 'P 1 .1 -. ml . f W -9- - F, . .Ark J yy L7 lug! X ' ' " . I ' A M4 . ii' .. " f 1 'fl Y' ' Roig: Y I ' Y A z CJ' 'I .ii ' il . A L PT A , in V ' 1 Q V .. "5 ' I - I - te- ii if . ff f 'gil , X 'fig G ' l img Hin 13, 1 1' hy' X l il -4 ' " X U t , If J 'NE an f' ,. - V l ' A H in lx qkx l , A 1.1 Q 1 -2 Q V T ET . P Ev N . .. ' Fi V - ' -1 " ,' X V "L " fi" -. , at E Y' V li. L V ' A - A, Y- 'gm hi 1 I 'A FV ' igl J F- fs 5' 'fig A 41- . 1 I fa he f . 'ffffflfff' 69 Aldrich, N. Bagley, L. Balsizer, C. Balsizer, J . Balsizer, P. Boles, R. Bmdner, J. Brockschmidt, S. Bruns, G. Brtmtz, B. Clark, L. Clark, R. Claypool, B. Clifton, J. Conrod, D. Fork. R. Fought, D. Fritz, D. Fry, J . Garcia, R. Herman, D. Hofelich, D. Hoffman, D. Holcomb, J. Holland. D. Kaseman, F. Keiser, J . Keller, K. Kirwen, D. LaPlant, B. Massie, M. Mauch, M. Maxwell, S. Mendoza, A. Miller. D. Naranjo, L. Piccuto, L. Popp. G. Prcssler, M. Price, P. Schlect, H. Schooner, P. Schuetl, J. Seem, M. Smith. H. Spencer, V. Sterling, .I. Taulker, T. Villarreal, B. Warner, P. Bcaber, J. Belmars, l. Bettenbrock, T Blauscy, D. Blausey, L. Bursiek, F. Carper, D. Cicanese, C. Cisneros, P. Clark, E. Davis, K. Deininger, D. DiFonso, P. Dubois, D. Falk, R. Gam, G. Gerbich, R. Haubert. K. Haubert, V. Hayne, G. Holt, D. lckes, T. Ingwer, V. Jaso, J . Jasso, R. LaSalvia, F. Leid, P. Liskai, P. Longanbach, B Markin, C. Miller, P. Murray, D. Myers, B. Myers, B. Myers, G. Roberts. R. Ruth, P. Samson, T. Sanchez, l. Schade, J . Smith, L. Smith, N. Smith. P. Spanfellner, L. Spanfellner, M. Wasserman, R. Welling, K. Wellington, R. Wolpcrt, S. Wonderly, J . Sophomores Gain Experience It is during this grade that Sophomores must decide whether to enter Vanguard Vocational school or stay at G. H. S. All sophomores are required to take a Health course, and many sophomores are able to take Driver Ed. courses. This is the first class to ever receive their class rings during the sophomore year. The sophomores' talent and new ideas add a lot to the high school programs. L. Hoffman and 1. Ward chat by their locker. fig.. 5 Y Something in this Driver's Ed. class causes G. Maddy and G. Stevenson to laugh. 'iz-,H These girls drill in their Typing II class. 70 B.. Class Officers: Amy Simcox, Treas. : Kevin Diels, V. Pres.3 Mark Foos, Pres.g David Dam- schroder, Hist. 3 and Patty Reimer, sec. ' Ag. 5 .I, These sophomores enjoy one of G.H. S. 's Casual days. In High School Program J .. ',.,. 59 'Qi J 1 l gil' . 1 T ll ' xr . Q3 X "5:- t .I ,au 1. 'ts rl 7 'ag ,. g gi -In 53 Q. 1, my - rm hifi ' Jr. , Q is ' A Pr. ,f l N "Et . u wk fm. .f .P fl r. L , ' -. Z- 'Sf .1 ,I ,,: 4, .M ' ' Sf' i -' A. . D .' .Y -F-12 . . H' 4 il' ' -- , an .- r XXX gl Li Xi' Xl Y'3' .-fl HA 'Am r N' in 1 XY X- -' L -' Q. ' " -A ' Hifiil " Ti ' ' .L - I i P ii1"f:!. A .il 'av If i V A- X . . of ' if.. -A n W w- ' 1...-.. lui a . ' wx lf- J lf 2 v -' - x I - i my f 'l X' . af- 4' - Q W, il - - M . airway.. 1 A was f a f 'gain r m gf 'f ' . fl- fa fffxi'-' iq Q ' 'v"igf.'.' 5 ,f 1 , V -T VA 9' j 'T r Q Ji I ' J' ' T1 'rl f . Y Y Y 'J '- ,, i A Q N. ,. "W A f S M Tv Y- l ' 4, if Y Q in ci-3 ssh I . E 5 at jig.. X X Ai if 1' ,- X 'f 'F 7 VQVV Q X ', . , ,-. . 'Ie f , X X , .rw-,',, - in so f o r .f A ,V 'if' .JM-.f . . , . . ' 1 A ..- J ' 5. .' A .f-a ' in -f.v gm ff, :fa L1 . , fi , V 'F --l , f " V E L -I A V V A I aw , . XE: l A S-'4 A X' . Hg . ' ly' 'xr - ,. ' M . . cilsllfq' fl Rl' 1 l A '1 ,A f' ,. . . . X f . ri , X a ' X X W 1 -J EJ X 52 'T ' 'P'-sf." ,K x .I a ff .X W' ea ' - I 71 Adams, P. Ahle, A. Aldrich, B. Aldrich, J. Arnold, G. Brown, C. Brown, P. Bruce, D. Bruns, D. Camicom, P. Conrad, D. Cunningham, J. Damschroder, D. Damschroder, D. Damschroder, L. Eversole, R. Fish, R. Flores, J. Foos, M. Foos, M. Gam, T. Goodman, E. Hamilton, M. Hammer, J. Hammer, J. Hoffman, G. Hoffman, M. Hoffman. S. Holcomb, J. Jacobs, D. Krotzer, L. LaPlant, B. Leemaster, S. Lepley, J. Liskai, S. Miller, A. Miller, J. Mock, B. Mock, D. Nimschke, S. Perlner, S. Pitlrnano, L. Reimer, P. Recny, S. Reinbolt, A. Rose, M. Saam, A. Sanchez, G. Schumaker, J. Seem, L. Smallels, R. Smith, C. Smith, T. Sterling, D. Sterling, R. Verarcli, J. Villarreal, I. Walker, C. Walters, C. Ward, J. Beck, L. Becker, C. Beeker, C. Belmars, S. Bowser. R. Camicom. R. Celestino, F. Cimnese, P. Clark, J. Clilion, D. Darnshroder, R. Diels, K. Donnell, R. DuBois, K. Elliott, M. Fork, L. Fritz, D. Funkhouser, K. Garcia, R. Gam. F. Haslinger, F. Herman, P. Hicks, L. Hill, F. Hoffman, A. Johnson, R. J urski, T. Keller, D. Kirsh, M. Kinvven, T. Love, W. MacDonald, S. Maddy, V. Magrum, L. Mauch, R. Obregon, A. Ohm, P. Oller, L. Olmstead, D. Perry, J. Reyes, M. Richter, J. Roberts, D. Roberts, M. Rodriguez, S. Shammo, D. Shaw, D. Shively, J. Shue, L. Simcox, A. Stevenson, G. Swarlzlander, J Taulker, T. Tyson, W. Vallejo, T. Wasserman, M. Williamson, D. Williamson, J. Wolfe, L. Wonderly, G. The Freshman enter the High School scene by first deciding which course to follow--Academic, Business, or Vocational. Many Freshmen take part in high school activities by joining GAA, FFA, FHA, FBLA, or Science Club. They learn that competition is now greater in football, basketball, baseball, track and band. A typing course is required of all Freshmen. There IS something new to learn each day A little laughter helps relieve all school tension. J Foster, L Cicanese and D Heilman share English High School Scene I' ' F' I 1 Y 1 " ' , A Jill , ' 'T . fulml, ,,. ' ' . . 1 . R , l ii L. . . Xx' - J 'wa if ,""-'Qf , if .. + -f f 1: ' fa 2,2 faqs-. , be . X , .. rg . , , M Ski 7 1 " -22122143 I -,-."-'. ' fl f, Y R . D 4. Y .Q . A I f--"1' V: .v-:A-- ' . X., - .-'dill ' N i' A 3.,'QL.. J -I t Ez' .- F , J il ff ' - . v -:- ' nav . 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V Q' A ' "" 5 ' Villarreal, R. . T . . M A -ff! ' , A i V ' Vincent,D. ' ' -T -' - ' ' 1 2 . A' wens,M. 73 Ahle, J. Arriaga, A. Arriaga, J. Balsizer, J. Beaber, D. Brown, D. Brown, M. Brown, S. Bruns, G. Buchacan, S. Damschroder, Deininger. T. Detzel, T. Donnell, B. Driftmeyer, J. Foster, C. Foster, J . Fought, P. Frazier, M. Fry, J. Haubert, D. Haubert, R. Heilman, D. Helle, A. Herman, C. Hoddinott, N. Holelich, C. Hoffman, L. Holland, D. Hunt, J. Kirsh, J. Kirwin, B. Kohler, M. Kohler,S. Krotzer, S. R. MacDonald, S. Mackling, P. Magmm, D. Manoylovich, Marsh, C. Myers, S. Nietz, P. Northeull, G. Piccuito, P. Planert, M. Sanchez, R. Sanders, J. Schaffer, C. Schlea, G. Schlechl, A. L. Spanfellner, B. Spanfellner, J. Stevenson. D. Strickter, T. Tice, D. Bechtel, S. Beck, V. Black, G. Bowser, S. Brookover, S. Bursiek, J. Camicom, J. Caskey, J. Cicanese, L. Conklin. S. Eddings, D. Egbert, D. Eslep, G. Falk, E. Foos, K. Garcia, L. Garza, H. Gerwin, L. Halstead, C. Halstead, D. Herman,T. Herring, M. Hickman, B. Hill, L. Hiser, T. Hutchinson, J Jackson, M. J ividen, C. Kaseman, D. Keiser, D. Kutzli, K. Leid, B. Leking, G. Linking, R. Ludwig, C. Maxwell, M. Maynard, R. Mclntyre, K. Meadows, D. Myers,J. Rapp, J. Reinbolt, J. Rose, J. Ross, M. Ruggiero, D. Schwartz, A. Seem, D. Simcox, A. Smith, A. Smith, J. Thompson, R. Torres, J. Turco, S. Tyson, K. Underwood, R Eighth Grade Decide Their EIGI-ITH GRADE TEACHERS: Diane Fails, Mathg Phil I-Iaubert, I-Iistoryg Gloria Nitschlie, Science and Ruth Bowers, English. O Q These students learn various first- aid facts. Study Halls provide time for working, reading, and day dreaming. CLASS OFFICERS: Chris Ruggieio, Damschroder, Pres.g Amy Schlea, Rodriquez, Sec.g and Amy Smith, 'l'reas.g jane V. Pres.5 Lupe I-list. I 4, 4 9, -xbt f A These girls want to complete their home work during school. Orientation helps these students to learn about them- selves and school. High School Course J' A 1 ,I it . J 1 ' i 5 . , k i.. RX . 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'J-'ii ly J evens, . eeer, . fj , if F E' i::::s:":'CV 75 Aldrich, J. Anderson, K. Angclone, M. Arriaga, S. Bagley, D. Brown, D. Brubaker, S. Busdeker, J. Carninom, C. Carnicom, D. Damschroder, Damschroder, DeAngclis, C. DiFonso, J. Donnell, K. Feucht, R. Fisher, T. Fork, R. Fork, V. Fought, A. Haslinger, D. Haskill, R. Hauhert, J. Haubert, M. Hayne, L. Hill, C. Holcomb, D. Honaker, P. Huff, J. J. M. Humberger, J. Kohn, G. Kirwen, L. Kline, G. Knott, C. Kohler, C. Linkey, D. Maddy, D. Magrum, D. Meadows, R. Messer, D. Palmerton, M Price, L. Recny, M. Reno, C. Roberts, B. Ruggiero, C. Sage. J. Salazar, M. Sanchez, E. Schell, K. Shefller, G. Shively, T. Smith, A. Smith, B. Smith, R. Balsizer, J. Bell, M. Bowser, M. Braden, K. Brinkmeier, D. Caskey, L. Conrad, D. Crispen, D. Dumschroder, C Damschroder, J. Dudley, M. Elliott, J. Ernsberger, J. Ernst, J. Ferrenberg, J. Garcia, R. Gerbich, A. Gerwin, K. Hammer, J. Harpel, J. Hemminger, B. Hemminger, D. Henderson, D. Hendry, S. Herman, D. Hunt, R. Ickes, M. Jackson, L. Jones, L. Johnson, J. Kohler, J. Krumnow, L. LaPlant, T. LaSalvia, T. Leemaster, J. Michael, K. Miller, S. Nehls, B. Oller, K. Oller, T. Roberts, J. Rodriquez, J. Rodriquez, L. Rodriquez, R. Ross, M. Schlea, A. Schlecht, G. Schneider, L. Schumaker, J. Schwartz, A. Smith, D. Smith, J. Smith, T. Sparks, V. Sparks, V. Eighth Grade Athletics CHEERLEADERS: Cindy Swaisgood, jill johnson, Kathy Schell, and Amy Smith. The Eighth Grade Bas- ketball Team won the championship of the Wood- ville Invitational Tourna- ment. The team received a trophy for their fine abili- ties. Six other schools participated. W F fj,?"-Q -fi ., P I1- L ., FOOTBALL BACK ROW: I. Kohler, J. Hauberg, j. I-lumberger, 1. Sage, T. Shively, A. Schwartz, Coach: Mr. D. Carnicom, L. Kirwen, I. Ernsberger, S. Hendry, C. Ruggiero, R. Bell, Coach: Mr. T. Brown. THIRD ROW: K. Michael, D. Brown, G. Shreffler, I. Bal- sizer, M. Bowser, J. Schmaker, M. Dudley, D. Cris- pen. FOURTH ROW: J. Ferrenberg, j. Leemaster, D. Conrad, J. Aldrich, R. Fork, T. LaSalvia, J. Dan- schroder, T. Fisher, C. Kohler. M. Pratt. SECOND ROW: D. Haslinger, BASKETBALL: BACK ROW: J. Shumaker, D. Crispen, M. Stevens, M. Dud- ley, R. Bell, T. Shively, J. Sage, P. Tornow, L. Kirwen, M. Boswer, I. Balsizer, A. Schwartz, Coach: Mr. J. I-laugh. FRONT ROW: R. Conrad, M. Ross, I. Haubert, K. Michaels, J. Kohler, I. Danschoder, J. Ferrenberg. junior High Music Talents BAND: BACK ROW: M. Bell, P. Clark, D. Herman, D. Scheider, J. Damschroder, A. Schlea, M. Dudley, K Bettenbrock, B. Hickman, P. Tornow, I. Harpel, V. Herman, C. Fahle, N. Bender, V. Fork, N. Pertner. SECOND ROW: A. Gerbich, L. Price, I. Hendry, C. Shammo, K. Gerwin, R. Ruggiero, T. Halfhill, M. Hau bert, R. Thompson, J. Aspacher, G. Shreffler, L. Hayne, B. Maddy, T. Iurske, C. Damschroder, T. Fisher. THIRD ROW: 1. DiFonso, G. Kehn, S. Nebergall, C. Bowers, C. Hill, C. Bowser, I. Butler, C. Carnicom, L Long, C. Rogers, B. Foster, C. DeAnge1is. FOURTH ROW: C. Detzel, L. Damschroder, M. Eddings, T. Ger- win, K. Kiser, J. Bowen, M. Kerrigan, C. Swaisgood, I. Johnson, S. Miller, K. Schell. CHOIR: BACK ROW: N. Bender, J. Jividen, T. Tice, K. Anderson, J. Harpel, S. Runion, I. Rose, D. San- chez, C. Weishuhn, A. Schwartz, J. Gelden, S. Smith, P. Hoover, V. Herman, J. Robert, N. Permer, B. Conrad, P. Clark. SECOND ROW: C. DeAngelis, V. Garcia, C. Mock, R. Rodriquez, P. Ahle, T. Jurski, Williamson, P. Bagley, B. Murray, M. Bell, j. Aspacher, P. Maxwell, B. Hilt, V. Hiser, N. Turco, G. Schlecht, C. Berger, L. Buchanan, L. Long. THIRD ROW: C. Detzel, I. Carnicom, L. Jackson, V. Torres, S Batesole, D. Linkey, S. Reineck, C. Carnicom, C. Bowers, J. I-Ieilman, S. Nebergall, 1. Swartzlander, M. Damschroder, J. Perry, T. Obergon, A. Roberts. FOURTH ROW: I. Clark, D. Damschroder, T. Frey, V. Hernandez, I. Gam, S. Fought, C. Donnell, W. Wyatt, D. Holcomb, K. Vallimont, M. Redding, S. Ham mer, N. Tyson, B. Parker, D. Herman. 77 C Seventh Grade Discovers SEVENTH GRADE TEACHERS: Margaret Weaver, Mathg Tom Kashmer, Historyg Burl Barker, Scienceg and James Haugh, English. ,l 'na:!, Teachers find time for work and pleasure. CLASS OFFICERS: Mark Lauer, Treasg Mark Gruner, V. Presg Bruce Hickman, Presg Teresa Iurski, Secg Dwight Damschroder, Hist. Science class keeps John Bowser, jenny Geldin, Sally Smith and Judy Butler busy. li" P'-A.""l. Ng, A-:.-.-1 4.,,:- An English problem causes jeff Buck to ask a question. 78 New World r ,f ,. me "1 ., 4, ' L . D A ,.lfH'ie ' I xf"i' Q fy , Q if-T'LJ L 3,1 J ar. J' KY. . - ff ' " l l. X .K ill . i . .J . N 'Wax will - 'S '- ' " A j .. .,, xiii 1 .' 1-2 h. - K N M A 1 ii X-1 fl l . 5513. .,,, K ,, J- N. f .Q H , .... gf J. . J 'X x -V . , ,.- A I , 'Q' . X ' ' , - 'V 3 'Y mlm.. ' E lilo 1 " X "' life. Y- Jul' " il " ' J rfxf-5 ' K 5g.J,4,.l , , J., l. , 'N uh 'fl i 1 -V i . ,L - A .. . ..,. "wi 4 ll ' I L . " K' 1 P 15" - Wir . ir- . . 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Buck, J. Burns, S. Burns, T, Damschroder, D Damschmder, L. Davis, M. Detzel, C. Donnel. C. Fork, S. Foster, B. Fought, S. Frilz, B. Fry, T, Gonzalas, J. Gmner, M. Halfhill, T. Hammer, S. Hauberl, M. Hernandez, V. Hickman, B. Hill, B. Hiser, V. Holcomb, D. Jurski, T. Keller, K. Kcrrigan. M. Kirwen, P. Kiser, K. Manoylovich, M Maxwell, P. Mclntire, A, Mock, C. Mock, R. Perry,J. Perlner, N. Pickeral, .l. Redding, M. Reineck. S. Rowan, R. Ruggiero, R. Runion, S. Sage, D. Sanchez, G. Shammo, C. Shively, G. Smith, B. Smith, R. Smith, S. Tyson, N. Vallimont, K. Walters, R. Williamson, S. Young, S. -v-"T . Seventh Grade Athletics BASKETBALL: TOP ROW: I. Buck, T. Dudley, M. Davis, C. Shammo, S. Shrefiler, D. Sage, B. Hickman, G. Sanchez, R. Smith, I. jividen, M. Lauer, A. Schumaker, T. jackson, B. Stevenson, and Coach Phil Haubert. BOTTOM ROW: M. Eddings, D. Hol- comb, P. Kirwen, M. Gruner, S. Brown, R. Walters, M. Cerwin, K. Baker, and D. Herman. JUNIOR HIGH TRACK: TOP ROW: G. Sanchez, B. Hickman, J. Sage, L. Kirwin, M, Bowser, P. Tor- now, C. Rug iero ROW 2. Coach Read D Brown g . - . J. Haubert, T. SaSalvia, A. Schwartz, Michael, R. Smith, D. Conrad. Row 3. 1. Aldrich, M. ROSS, J. Buck, B. Stevenson, M. Gruner, K. Kiser, I. Huff. ROW 4: J. Pickerel, D. Herman. .1- -.g. 'rl W.: t nn? CHEERLEADERS: TOP TO BOTTOM: jan Gam, jill Aspacher, Teresa Iurski, and Cheryl Williamson. Elementary Faculty IUM- F IEE 4a B- fl- f"FfMu ..-U , ' 22 MZ' Rza , . 1st GRADE: Mrs. Dorothy George, Mrs. Mary Head, Helena, Mrs. Maxine Bechtel, Miss Karis Emch. V7 r X 3rd GRADE: Mrs. Sarah Banks, Helena, Miss Barbara Rehfeld, Miss Nancy Garng Student Teacher, Mrs. Kathleen Hicks, Mrs. Florence Bork. 5th GRADE: Mrs. Sharon Schuett, Mrs. Mary Hick- man, Mr. William Risch, Mrs. Mary Redding. 81 , l 'x fl E .If I ,Y --1 5 L 2nd GRADE: Mrs. Shirley Sheffer, Mrs. Marjorie Wickert, Mrs. Lucy Hart, Mrs. Barbara Abahzi. 4th GRADE: Mrs. Frances Neeb, Mr. Mervin Hall, Mrs. Valda Collins, Mrs. Deloris Burrows, Helena. 1 6th GRADE: Mrs. Mary Setzler, Mr. Roy Meister, Mrs. Margaret Heiser. Ahle, T. Aldrich, J. Angelone, K. Arndz, C. Arriaga, A. Brown, H. Brown, K. Brubaker, R. Bmns, J. Bursiek, L. Damschrodcr, Deininger, J. Diab, T. Diekman, P. DiFonso, M. Fairbanks, M. Fisher, T. Flores, M. Fork, L. Fox, K. Gcrwin, M. Goetz, M. Gnmer, S. Haley, S. Hammer, C. Herman, C. Herring, R. Hobbs, A. Holland, M. Honaker, B. Jacobs. S. Jividen, B. Jividen, M. Kaemming, R. Kirwcn, R. Kmtzer, K. Kruse, R. LaPlant, D. Leemaster, L. Lemke, K. Maddy, B. Magurm, L. Mauch, J. Maxwell, M. Messer, D. Nehls, K. Olmstead, C. Planert, K. Ramiraz, R. Recny, A. Rolf, R. Sanchez, D. Saucedo, S. Schell, K. Schlea, D. Shull, S. Smith, J. Smith, L. Smith, S. Spanfellner, M. .F Sixth Grade l Arriaga,C. ' " - YY.. Baker, K. , , ' ' f 'A Binion V. 5 .. 15' 'M w' Q f :L '---' 1 . , .V L V . m VV V , .i A. aw. . Bocanegra,L. it ' K 3, .25 ,QQ - 0 3. ,jg V 5:35, i Braden, C. XM- "V if J "' -' .. 1,5 - X ,V -A 4 , . V V Vx V If ,V R... ,522 . i . . A X A B .- Carnicom, B. . E . . V Caskey. C. VV 'V V LH. l - - ' V Q IV V Cicanese G. .1 'K "' 3: 1-.1 -. ' ' l"' '- -M in ' l' "' Clark,J.' V4 6' ' ' , QV, .4 . IV tg, S.. i ie, . 1 -QL Damschroder, D. 'X -'rf . L A ' 'Hlr' 1 A VVVV, :Rx ff, . ,V V 'v Q 5, -' . '- Q" ATR ' QM. l -,N Donnell, B. F 'V ' -J ' Egbert, W. K - V V ' V ' ' - Erickson,C. , ' 'U Q-.-T 05 ,"f , -.u w f pf, - 41 -. ., ., , Ervin, W. . -.FQ ' -1' '-1 .ff ,Qi . . .,,,f fl ' A I Eslcp, B. . f--L ' , " . x T" L 'Z ' -..-LV U. -A -1 ,ff-. 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Diels, M. Dix, R. Foos, K. Foster, S. Garcia, E. Garza, R. Garza, O. Herman, P. Hobbs, C. Hoffman, D. Holcomb, J. Holland, J. Jones, R, Kaseman, A. Kayden, J , Kirwen, S. Knieriem, J . Magrum, T. Markin, L. Maxwell, D. Maynard, R. Mclnlire. D. Nagy, L. Obregon, T. Parker, D. Phillips, M. Pickerel, B, Roberts, N. Roberts, T. Rodriquez, M. Rose, J. Rusher, S. Schmellz, E. Schumaker, G. Scott, B. Shammo, C. Shively, S. Spanfellner, M. Spaiks, J. Spicer, R. Sterling, E. Stevens, P. Beaber, B. Betlenbrock, C. Boeclecker, D. Bowers, T. Bowser. M. Clifton, C. Croxford, R. Damschrocler. J. Damschroder, M Damsch roder, T. Druckenmiller, S Elliott, C. Erickson, W. Falk, M. Ferguson, M. Garza, V. Gonzales, J. Gruner, R. Haley, N. Hemminger, G. Hoover, K. Humberger, H. Hunt, S. Huston, K. Jaso, L. Kohler, M. Kruse. R. LaPlant, J. Lemkc, J. Ludwig, L, Mock, T. Moll, J. Moore, T. Morelock, M. Mull, C. Ramos, J . Reno, T. Reyes, R. Reyone, D. Richter, J. Salazar, M. Sanders, C. Schaffer, D. Schell, R. Schell, S. Shreffler, D. Simcox, E. Smith, D. Smith, J. Smith, M. Tice, J. Torres, A. Torres, S. Webel, W. Weiker, D. Adams, K. Ahle, L. Aldrich, J . Aldrich, T. Anderson, V. Batesole, K. Becker, C. Beeker. S. Belmars, M. Berger, J, Celis1ino.S, Conley, S. Davis, K. Davis, T. Diab, M. Esker, G. Fairbanks, A. Fisher, D. Fox, G. Garcia, I. Haskill, S. Hellman, M. Hemminger, R Henderson, S. Herman, S. Hughes, L. Jackson, C. Jasc, F. Jensen, C. Keller, M. Lemke, A. Long, L. Longanbach, S Love, V. Machin, B. Murray, M. Naranjo, S. Nebergall, W. Ohl, K. Oller, C. Randol, M. Reed, J. Renna, D. Richter, D. Riffle, S. Runion, L. Salycrs, C. Sanchez, S. Schlea, D. Schneider, M. Shivcly, J. Smallet, A. Smith, J. Smith, M. Sneider. B. Arriaga, J. Arriaga, J. Baker, K. Balsizer, J. Barrera, L. Black, D. Brown, K. Brown, S. Bmbaker, N. Burkett, J. DiFonso, S. Dix, W. Egbert, M. Erickson, D. Ernsthausen, B Garza, E. Garza, J. Gonzales, A. Halfhill, A. Harple, D. Herring, W. Hiser, D. 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Seventh graders support Earth Day by picking up trash and junk along local roads. Amy Smith and jim Driftmyer laugh after being discovered in the corner. john and jim jump so high that they hit their heads. 90 p.. 1 100 Q17 An example of school enthusi asm is presented by Shirley, Karen, and Julie. Q N w A ADVERTISERS -A-mas-uigd. vf V , .,:a.,a-...A -, ...Vc- M U V-,.4??4-f 'QC-A I. ,.:,.a.., f,,. iss ,a:xiT" 19" 'it A-Y gg E5 Q ,lf ii? 'Q' f The Advertisiis and merchants O support the schooljthrough the Athletic Boostc-q1:f'1ub, the school ,A v M paper, and Ehyyearbook 'RQ ix wg- vw QM in WHA QP H-my " ""45'wN. X'f.v.Ll.l'IYT':"iff' --.L-A..,,L, NORM'S TEXACO SERVICE Tires - Batteries - Lube Battery Service IIB Tune Up Norm Van Ness LUTZ'S INN South Main St. Gibsonburg, Ohio 301 N. Main St. 637-2716 y.. PWM Dry Cleaners and Laundry 119 S. Main St., Gibsonburg Phone 637-2214 or Port Clinton - 732-3201 "Your Satisfaction Is Our Reputation" W fix : : ., ll It looks like "Opp" has been up to his tricks again! SMITH'S MEATS ff' +.,-.,,, - :'ri1um:u-nrmznziamu--1 ,f 1 ,,,. Choice Meats For Home Freezer Custom Butchering Hessville, Ohio I I These boys helped Mr. Read restore -f an old car.They are S.Brockschmidt S. Smith, R. Fork, T. Ickes, R. Fish ' M T. Seem, T. Loew. ff HAROLD'S sol-no 4 -11 Q A PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Lubrication, Oils, Tires And Batteries, Wheel Balancing Candy And Cigarettes CABINET CRAFTS OF FREMONT WHOLESALE KITCHEN DISTRIBUTERS Showroom: 511 East State Street Fremont, Ohio 43420 419 332-5559 Featuring - Rich Maid, Wilson, And Schmidt Kitchens And Vanities B 81 W ELECTRIC RCA AND WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES 119 W. Madison Phone 637-2024 l KlRwlN's REDS WHITE SUPER MARKEY Gibsonburg, Ohio Located In The Heart Of Gibsonburg's Shopping Center Miss Atkinsonls art class made this Christmas Phone: 637'2255 tree to express their holiday cheer. 6 THE GIBSON BURG FARM ER'S ELEVATOR CO. "Owned And Operated By Local Farmers" Gasolene, Fuel Oil, 8L Coal Grain - Feed M Seeds - Fertilizer - Farm Supplies Phone 637-2204 Gibsonburg, Ohio Our cameras caught Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Lee taking the laundry to be cleaned. A I I I CQMPANY Q- '6 THE I-IoIvIE BANKING f , no COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE "' ESTABLISHED IN 1905 MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. AND F.R,S. GIBSONBURG, OHIO ' So you doII't forget ug , if We have un ad In Dhe Fremont DIrecI'0I'y I or Ihc heading of "AUTOMOBILE SEAT K COVERS, TOPS 8 UPHOLSTERYH f -onnuouauounuaunnaounufufnuononfuafu am N Q num , A mm L ron l XX cus fcSSEAT COVERS Q15 X X 3 3 2-9 5 31 X SEAT COVERS 8 CONVERTIBLE TOPS cormm uvnorsrfnv suv, '45 A-4 II AI. A II on r I : 'iiI:a2?i52i45,H5.fI'If i 5:::I""" IPIOIOOP0040NIOQOIOOIOIOONOOOOOOIOOWIOIOPOOOOOOROOQOOIO l May we senle you? HELLE'S GARAGE I 13 N. Webster Gibsonburg, Ohio ROOTS POULTRY NORTHERN OHIO R-F-D-W1 Fremont, SUGAR CO. Ohio Producers Of G 8a W SUGAR Fremont- Findlay Ohio Best Wishes To l Class Of if ftwjwgff ' u7017 1" ffl 0,1 , L, J" r ,, . 'id' nl -1 1. Several area schools participated in the parliamen tary procedure Contest held in G .I-I.S. Complements Of R.F.D.i?l Gibsonburg, Ohio KELLERS lzevrolet Chevrolet - Chevy II - Corvair - Corvette New And Used Cars Sales And Service +- Wrecker Service - Complete Body Shop Phone: 637-211 I BOWERS BAR CHEM-TROL CHEMICAL At this pep assembly, Mr. Robert Krotzer was honored on his birthday, March 7th. AND GRILL Gibsonburg, Ohio PATRICIA'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER SHOP 421 W. Yeasting Gibsonburg, Ohio new curtams for the stage 1n the old gym THE GABEL OIL AND TIRE CO. Distributer Of Fleet - Wing Products - Goodyear Dealer On The Farm Service Fremont And Tiffin 332-3209 Fremont 1925 W. State 447-0911 Tiffin 230 E. Market We Are Cornmltted To Your Future World By Bulldlng and Planmng Today fv . G49 4? "Ig- l na Q lIilllEl?5i:li'lQ , '?,' 1 -nnnfv If-M, WW Toledo Edison is contribu- ting in the area it knows best-electric power. TOLEDO 0 . Ed1SOI1 :Hiller roll Nan YN wt! YEIIN ulvlo These two men worked very hard to put up our CDIOCIO gm OS Fm :az :u Quality Meats Fresh Produce Plenty Of Free Parking MGH nn PAUL'S PLUMMING AND HARDWARE 137 W. Madison Gibsonburg, Ohio Phone: 637-2291 1 The pep band warms up for i N 'x. A Il 1' 1115, 47-"',.3.-lf' - - 4- '.i 5 A, 23 .-:kj f"" .. A I ' isis I , Lli- U: V Y ' -:Sign ll f' '11, E K na: CARL H. FAIST JEWELERY Gibsonburg, Ohio Accutron - Bulouva - Caravell Watches Portrait Diamonds Speidel Watch Bands another pep assembly FREMON T 'ATT 'l'RO'N. ' c o MVP A N Y ORNAMENTAL IRON Residential ' Commercial o Industrial STEEL STAIRS 0 lnt. 8: Ext. Ruilings 0 Room Dividers 0 Pipe Railing: s Porch Columns 0 Steel Fabrication 0 Window Guards Free Estimates - Delivery Within 50 ,Mile Area Bob' Leoser - Qwner- llllillll , . . Q v FOR SAFEliY .Mmiager 'I 33245554 307 E. STATE Beth Clark reads her speech in the voice of democracy contest. The topic this year was "Free dom's Challenge." N Follow The ts'1-to, . A Action .fl f aa- WIA. i 1 Mr. Pratt catches up on information for his next History class. 1 Q 'w " bf Xl I Complete Coverage On The GIBSONBURG GOLDEN BEARS And All Area Sports Fremont News Messenger "Serving Northern Ohio', HERMAN'S 'IF x , ., fl 125 W. Madison St. Gibsonburg, Ohio DALE L. BALSIZER 9 wtf? , V. , ' if GENERAL CONTRACTOR 'V , L' agp.. ij-if 1- I ll lm "li f i--. 512 W. Brentwood Dr. lu H Q Gibsonburg, ohio ' Phone: 637-2283 yu ,. 5,2 I ,..! Y-fs. L yn.. ,r s P N, ,x Q , Y 'x F g PRX' 1 - A ' ' I , it A1 ii I." ll - -xiii EE III iii' k j.-.rf Y i i iiyfix I I xiii' o 1, 5 ,Tw - V a i. It N: . . . . A .' 'M'iiil.. t H- " F sit. A W f 1 use om H 4 .s ,I I pn r A . ' 4' ., .1 5 11 " 2 . NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Loren L. Beck, Agent Auto - Fire - Life - Health Insurance Mutual Funds - Auto Loans Nationwide Consumer Service Inc. Heritage Securities, Inc. 5.11 Keeping everything in order. PATRONS Helena Lumber 8L Supply Helena, Ohio Gus Shoe Repair Fremont, Ohio Garvin Automotive Service G M C Trucks - Fremont, O. Myers TV 84 Appliances 200 East State Street Fremont, O. Nufhers, Flowers Gibsonburg, Ohio Paulis Electric Sales 8a Service Gibsonburg, Ohio Irma's Beauty Bar 616 East Madison The Bintz Co. Fremont, Ohio Sandusky County Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Fremont, Ohio Fremont Gun 8: Athletic Supply Fremont, Ohio VanAlst Marathon Fremont, Ohio Sally's Fabrics Fremont, Ohio Bunting Furniture Inc. Fremont, Ohio Pfister's Traditional Shop Fremont, Ohio Gibsonburg Canning Co. Inc. Gibsonburg, Ohio Firestone 800 West State Hammer's Barber Shop Gibsonburg, Ohio Famous Supply Co. 641 S. Front Street Fremont Nickel Paint and Supply Co. 503 E. State Street Fremont, O. Fairground Poodle Parlor 84 Pet Supply 271 North Street Paul E. Spieldenner Company Shockley's Barber Shop Fremont, Ohio Swint-Reineck Co. Hardware Fremont, Ohio Hufford Sales Jct. 6 8: 590 Ole Zim's Wagon Shed Rifl Gibsonburg, Ohio Schiets Motors Honda-Triumph Sales 8c Service Fremont Auto Parts 402 Justice Street Fremont Oil Company Nitschke's Flowers 2714 West State Street Carol's Beauty Shoppe Gibsonburg, Ohio Purdy Sales, Inc. 2212 West State Street Williams Drug Store 110 W. Madison Gine's Salon of Beaute Clark Associates Fremont, Ohio American Vitamins 8a Cosmetics Fremont, Ohio Bond Furniture Bel-aire Cleaners Fremont, Ohio Potter Village Shopping Center Century Die Green Maples Farm 215 Stone St. Fremont, Ohio Burgoon, Ohio Dr. Samuel Gruner e Dr. O. J. Gruner Securance Service, Inc. 655 West Madison Street Gibsoriburg - Woodville - Toledo Christy Holland James A. Foos Photographer Contractor Roy Balsizer Paul R. Busick Builder Dr. Gerald Dorsky Fremont, Ohio 103 ROBERTS, LINDA FHA 1, Honor 3, 4, High Skill 3, 4, Van- guard Newspaper 3. ROGERS, ROY "Wipe Out" Play 3, 4, Revue 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 1. RUGGIERO, DAN "Rug" Auto Body 3, 4. SCHLECHT, HERBERT "Herbie" SCHUETTE, JOHN C. "C. C.Jasper" Play 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Football 1. SEEM, STEVEN "Seemer" Football 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, VICA Qelectronicsj 3, 4. SHAW, WILLIAM "Bill" Band 1, 2, VICA Qelectronicsj 3, 4. SHEFFER, JON PATRICK "Shef" Play 3, 4, SAC 1, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Basketball SBC Honorable Mention 4. SHIVE LY, CINDY " Cyn" FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 2, 3, FSA 3, 4, Van- guard Newspaper 3, Graphics' Club 4, EXec's 3, 4 CTreas. J. SHOEMAKER, LINDA Play 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, LimeLite Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Office Staff 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, Spanish Club 1, 2. SI-IULL, MARY JANE SIMCOX, STEVEN EDWARD "Ed" Revue 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 3 fTreas. j, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, Boys' State 3 fDelegateD, Spanish Club 3, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 4, Honor 4, Head Projectionist 2, 3, 4. SPANFELLER, CATHY "Sponnie" Play 3, Cheerleader 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4 FBLA 1, 2, FSA 3, 4, General Office Specialist 3, 4. ST AHL, MARION " COX" STEVENSON, MARK "Buck" Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 4, Varsity Club 1, Honor 1, VICA-DCT 3, Drafting Club 3, 4. STOUT, JAMES "Gout" FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball SBC Honorable Mention 4. SUTER, GALEN "I-IOgTnan" Play 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 fV-Pres. D, State FFA Delegate. SWAISGOOD, DEBRA "Deb" Play 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, FBLA 1,2 fSec.D, 3 fSec.D, 4 fPres.J, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, High Honor 2, I-Ionor 3, 4, COMPUTE 3, 4, SAC 4, State OEA Con- vention QPlaced thirdj. TALLMAN, DON T AULKER, BARBARA "Barb" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, CAA 2, Honor 1, Van- guard Fashionettes 3, 4, VICA Ccosmetol ogyj 3, 4. TAULKER, KAY Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 fHeadD, FHA 1, 2, 3 fTreas. D 4, GAA 2, 3, SAC 2, FBLA 1, 2, High Skill 3, 4, FSA 3, 4 fCorresponding Sec. J. VALLEJO, ROBERT "Taco" WATKINS, JEFF WEISHUEN, EUGENE "Gene" WHETSEL, RON WILLIAMS, PAMELA 1. "Pam" Play 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, Class Officer 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Honor 3, State Chorus 3, RADTKE, THEODORE "Meat Dog" Auto Body 3, 4. 1 ' 1 . Q1 1 1 ... , 1 . W 1 h . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 x 1 1 1 1 - 1 . 1 ' 1 ' 1 X 1 . , , . 1 1 . 1 1 1 - - 1 R I . U 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' .1 1 . 1 1 . 1 , . 1 . 1 1 . . .. 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -. - " ' . Q K- 1 1 1 ' ' 1 A v' 1 .' 1 ', 1 1- 1 1 '- 1 1 1 1 1 1 '-'1 1 1 1 1 , Q 1' . 1 1 Q 1 " . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 W I 1 u 0 ' 1 ' , . 1 1 1 T 1 h - , 1 1 4 1 - 1 1 5 s W A 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 A


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