Napoleon High School - Buckeye Yearbook (Napoleon, OH)
- Class of 1967
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E. A. WHEATUN, SUPERINTENDENT
E. A. Wheaton ameol As New
Superintendent of apoleon Schools
Mr. E. A. Wheaton, fonner Superintendent of Midview Local District in Grafton, Ohio, was
named to succeed Mr. Robert Durbin as Superintendent of Napoleon City Schools. As superintendent
of schools, Mr. Wheaton was the administrative head representing the Napoleon City School Board in
all matters concerning the school.. He directed the board in the formulation of policy and in the in-
terpretation of this policy to the community. The superintendent also served as the educational leader
both in the school and in the community.
"Science has given to us the highest standard of
living ever achieved by man. It has also given to
as the most complicated problems in our learning
to live together.
We in the Napoleon Schools sincerely hope that
you have received the necessary tools to meet the
challenge of an ever-changing world.
Congratulations, seniors, on a job well done and
ORA GREEN come back to see us often."
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fohn L. Johnson Appointed As
First Assistant Superintendent
Due to the growth of the Napoleon school system and the requirements of the modern educational
system the position of Assistant Superintendent was created. Assuming this new post in January of
1967 was Mr. John L. Johnson, Principal of Napoleon High School for fifteen and one half years.
Mr. Johnson's new position included the supervision of curriculum and personnel. Working with
teacher groups and principals to develop new curriculum and to improve techniques and procedures
were two major aspects of the Assistant Superintendent's duties.
"It is the purpose of Napoleon High School to provide the proper atmosphere and opportunities
for learning experiences. These situations must stimulate the individual student to grow academi-
cally, physically, emotionally, and morally so that he may fulfill his purpose as an 'individual and as a
citizen of the world community. '
May I remind you seniors of three attributes for successful living which were stressed in the un-
folding of your high school education-personal integrity, a sense of responsibility, and a willingness
to work. I urge the underclassmen to assume an active part in maintaining the high academic and moral
standards set by the past classes of Napoleon High School."
IOHN L. JOHNSON, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT
"Each of us gets one chance in this world. W e
are exactly what we choose to make of ourselves.
Time is life. Therefore, don't waste it. Use it.
Make the most of it.- Fill every minute with the
most constructive possible activity.
Knowledge is power. Therefore, learn all you
can. Undertake the quest for truth, whwh is the
purpose of education. You cannot afford to dislike
learning nor pass it up, any more than you can
afford to do without the food essential to your
WILLIAM MOSSIIVG, PRINCIPAL
William Messing Assumes New
Duties as Principal of
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Mr. William Mossing was promoted to the posi-
tion of principal in January, 1967. He had taught
in Napoleon High School for eighteen and one half
years. Before being appointed Principal of Napoleon
High School, Mr. Mossing served as Athletic Direc-
tor and Director of the Diversified Cooperative
Training Program. Scheduling classesg supervising
all high school personnel, both teachers and stu-
dents, promoting curriculum developmentg and
administrating activities within the high school were
all parts of Mr. lVlossing's duties as Principal of
Standing: Dr. E. C. Winzeler, Mr. Walter L. Hoy. Seated : Mr. Earl C. Richardson, Mr. Harvey
Conrad. Mr. Merl Bauman.
Board Considers New High School
MR. JACK SANEHOLTZ
MRS. NANCY WARD
Special Personnel Serve School
DOROTHY BUSTEED JEAN COCHRAN DONALD SLAGLE ORLEY STURDAVANT
Curriculum Consultant School Nurse Maintenance Visiting Teacher
Personnel Serve Napoleon, Schools
Seated: Mildred Mann, Cleola Luebker Clara Grotke
Standing: Irene Walters, Vera Krmple Sue Johnson
Row One: Lloyd Hefflinger, Bert Vandenberg, Donald
Hefflinger, Chuck Swartzbaugh, Richard Armey, Don
Stevens. Row Two: Marilyn Wachtman, Trudy Hog-
refe, Doris Jackson.
and M atrons
Row One: Mary Dennis, Charles Jackson, Beatrice
Colley. Row Two: Robert Fanning, Carl Panning,
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English 9 8: 10g Debateg Junior Class
Healthg Guidance .Counselorg
Track and Football Coachg "N" Clubg
B.G.S.U.-B.S. and M.Ed.
Algebra 95 Advanced Algebrag Reserve
Basketball Coachg Assistant Football
Coach: Golf Coachg B.G.S.U.-BS.
English 9g B.G.S.U.-BS.
.H.S. Faculty Provide
Driver Educationg Physical Ed.g Head JOHN CUFF
Basketball and Assistant Football Business Lawg University of Michigan
Coachg Ohio Northern-B.S.g B.G.S.U. -,M,A.5 Kenyon College-Ph.B.g To.
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Frenchg French Clubg Notre Dame
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Distributive Education: Economicsg
Office Practice 5 Recordkeeping 3
D.E.C.A.g B.G.S.U.-B.S. and M.Ed.
rnspircztion or Learning
Industrial Artsg Engineering Drawingg
Industrial Arts Clubg Westem Mich-
igan University-B.S.g B.G.S.U.-M.Ed.
JACK FRUCHEY W. DONALD GISLER
General Scienceg B.G.S.U.-B.A.g To- Bookkeepingg General Businessg De-
ledo University-M.Ed. fiance College-B.A.g Ohio State-M.A.
Chemistryg Physicsg Science Clubg Artg Marymount College-B.A.
B.G.S.U.-B.S. and M.Ed.
American Governmentg Student Coun-
cilg University of Dayton-B.S.g
Industrial Artsg En-
Club 5 B.G.S.U.-
B.S. and M.Ed.
Senior Englishg Speechg Great Booksg
Senior Class Playg B.G.S.U.-B.S.
Lating J.C.L.g Taylor University-B.S.
English 10 8:
113 Journalism Q
cats Roar"g Quill
and Scrollg B.C.S.
U.-B.A. and M.Ed.
Librariang Library Clubg College of
Band Directorg Defiance College-
Miami University-M. in Music
Mixed Choirg Freshmen Choirg Triple
Triog Capital University-Bachelor of
Public Musicg Ohio State-M. of Arts
in Music Ed.
D.C.T.g "N" Clubg V.I.C.g Athletic
Directorg Cfirst semesterj B.G.S.U.-
B.S. and M.Ed.
Algebra g Witten-
A.B. and B.S.g
Home Economicsg F.H.A.g Ohio State
Senior Math.g Geometryg Tri-Hi-Yg
org Psychology 5
sity-B.A. and M.
Biologyg Guidanceg Freshman Foot-
ball Coachg Baseball Coachg Ohio Uni-
versity-B.S. and M.Ed.
LAWRENCE SHEARS DELBERT SHINN K-AY SHORT , ,
Biologyg University of Toledo-B,S, World Historyg American Historyg As- Home Economics: 01110 UHIVCTSIW-
English 11g Earl-
University of North
sistant Freshman Football Coachg Hi-
Yg Ohio Northern University-B.S.
Typingg Shorthandg Office Practiceg
American Historyg Cross Country
Coachg Defiance College-B.S.g Indi-
Industrial Artsg In-
dustrial Arts Club
D.C.T.g V.I.C. fsec-
ond semesterl 3
'Industrial Ansg Ohio State-B.S. fsec-
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Standing: John Heckler. Seated: Dan Freytag, Karen Leaders, Tom
Freshmen ain Experience
One hundred and thirty inexperienced freshmen entered the hallowed halls of Napoleon High School in the
fall of 1963. Under the leadership of John Heckler, presidentg Mick Gerken, vice-president, Mary Dell Auster-
miller, secretary, and Jerry Lange, treasurer, we gaind much needed experience and confidence in participating
in the academic, athletic, and extracurricular activities of Napoleon High School. Sue Austermiller represented
our class as Freshman Attendant for the 1963 Homecoming Parade, Game, and Dance. The first class project
was the Homecoming float, "Let's Play the Tigers Raggedf, which proved that we had class spirit. Freshman
cheerleaders also did much to promote spirit for our freshman football and basketball teams. The cheerleaders
were Sue Austermiller, Bebe Bokerman, Dianne Meyer, Barb Stevens, and Susie Walker. Emilie Pilliod received
special recognition for placing sixth in the State Scholarship Test in English 9.
oplwmores Select Rings
The fall of 1964- found the class of '67 eager to make our class remembered. Our first duty was the election of
officers. We elected John Franz, presidentg Mike Rothgery, vice-presidentg Emilie Pilliod, secretaryg and Sue Aus-
termiller, treasurer. As proof of our ability, our float, 4'We're 'Dragon' Home a Victory" won first place in t.he
Homecoming Parade. Representing our class as Sophomore Attendant was Cheryl Knepley. Athletic activities
saw many sophomores in action. Our reserve basketball team finished the season with a 13-3 record. As sopho-
mores we were faced with the task of selecting class rings. A committee of sophomores chose three class ring
styles from which the entire class selected one ring. The ring chosen by the class could then be obtained with or
without a black onyx stone. The year came to a close June 4. As a class we were looking forward to becoming
frs. recite ahitiart Twilight
As juniors we welcomed nineteen Florida juniors to our school. The class was lead by Larry Egbert, presidentg
Isabel Suydam, vice-president, Nancy Parks, secretary, and Mary Dell Austermiller, treasurer. Once again, at
Homecoming, our class proved its ingenuity by building a first place float, "L.C. is Stretching their Luck." Nancy
Parks was elected Junior Attendant. Many juniors participated in the production of Pioneer Go Home in Novem-
ber. The main project for this year was the Junior-Senior Prom. The theme, "Tahitian Twilight," was depicted by
an enormous, golden Tiki god. An actual waterfall and stream near the entrance were spanned by a bridge. Table
decorations, such as coconuts and exotic flowers, carried out the theme. In May, thirteen juniors were elected
to National Honor Society on the basis of scholarship fabove 3.51, leadership, character, and servi They were
Mary Dell Austermiller, Sue Austermiller, Diane Eberle, Dick Fisher, Dan Freytag, Shirley Johnson, Judy Neu-
hauser, Emilie Pilliod, Linda Rettig, Ken Steward, Tom Wesche, Jane Williamson, and Jean Zachrich.
eriiors racluctte 144, June 9
On September 6, 1966, we returned as seniors to Walk the halls of N.H.S. for one final year. For our fourth
year of high school, we elected the following officers: Tom Wesche, president, John Heckler, vice-president,
Karen Leaders, secretary, and Dan Freytag, treasurer. Under their leadership, we constructed our Homecoming
float, "Let's Jump over B. G. and Pocket a Victoryvg it placed third in the float contest. Karen Leaders and
Nancy Parks were selected by the senior boys to reign as Homecoming Queen.and Senior Attendant, respec-
tively. Sue Austermiller and Susie Walker served as cheerleaders for all four years of high school. Fifteen mem-
bers of the senior class held positions on the Buckeye and Wildcats Roar staffs. Under the direction of Miss
Jackman, the class of '67 presented Pygmalion on. April 5 and 7. Senior membership in National Honor Society
totaled 34 with the induction of 20 newiseniors in May.
With an undefeated season, the Wildcat football team won an undisputed league championship. The basketball
team placed second in the league, and the wrestling team won the league championship. Our undefeated Cat track
team finished the season by taking first place in both the NWOAL Track Meet and the N.H.S. Gold Medal Relays.
In other spring sports, the baseball team shared the league championship with Liberty Center, and the golf team
finished second. As a result of the outstanding performances of all our athletic teams, we won the coveted
NWOAL All-Sports Trophy.
The class of 1967, with 144 seniors, was the 92nd class to graduate from Napoleon High School. Our class
motto was "An hour of triumph comes to those who watch and wait." We chose navy blue and powder blue
as our colors and the white rose as our classhflower. Baccalaureate was held June 4' at 8:15 p.m.g Rev. Issac
Johnston delivered the address entitled "The Winds of Life." Dr. W. Noel Johnston, president of Defiance College,
was the featured speaker at Commencement, which was held in the auditorium, June 9, 1967.
. .S. Hosts First
For the first time in the history of Napoleon High School, we had
a foreign exchange student. Hermine Thober, a native of West Berlin,
Germany, came to America through the International Christian Youth
Exchange. After her arrival in Philadelphia, Pa., she toured many parts
of the East and Midwest with the Donald Maders, the Napoleon family
with whom she made her home during the year. Hermine was a delegate
to the World Affairs Institute in Cincinnati and spoke to many com-
munity groups throughout the year.
HERMIN E THOBER
Theme of 1966 Homecommg
DORIS E. ANDREW RONALD H. ANDREWS
GRACE C. AUSTERMILLER MARY DELL AUSTERMILLER
RICHARD S. ALARID
RICHARD A. ARPS
SUE A. AUSTERMILLER
Under the Sweetheart Tree'
LINDA 5- BARGMAN HENRY F. BEECH TIMOTHY L. BETTS
DAVID E- BASSET1' LARRY D. BLASINGIM BE ANDREA BOKERMAN
STEPHEN L. BISCHOFF
neen and Attendants Chosen b
ROGER H. BORSTELMAN PAULA J. BROWN JOHN E. BROWNING
CRYSTAL G. BOST STEVE E. BRUBAKER GARY L. BUEHRER
LYNN A. BRUBAKER
Vootball eam and tudent Bod
CYNTHIA D. COLLIER
GLORIA J. COSCARELLI
JAMES D. COLLIER
MARY S. CANNON
PEGGY A. CORDES
RONALD L. CRAWFORD
pirit of Seniors Sets Examp
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MARYANN E CROSSER DANIEL L. DAVIS JOHN W. DEBLIN
GARY L. DELVENTHAL V CYNTHIA R. DILLON DIANE M. EBERLE
or Unclerclassmen at H. .
MARY L. EBERLE
NORMA J. ERNEST
LARRY O. R. EGBERT JEANNE M. EMMEL
CRISELDA ESPINOZA JOYCE E, FAHRINGER
Shaw as "Pygmalion 9' Presenten
RICHARD A. FISHER JOHN R. FRANZ PAMELA M. FREASE
GARY L. FRANZ RICHARD A. FREET DANIEL R. FREYTAG
FREDERICK H. FREET
pril 5 and 7 by Senior Class
ARTHUR G. GARZA
BECKY D. GILLILAND
MICHAEL A. GERKEN ROBERT L. FRUCHEY
GARY A. GUELDE DEBRA K. GESSNER
.TOY S. HAHN
Profits rom ootball Concession
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KATHRYN E. HAHN WALTER L. HARDY ,NEAL A. HAWKINS
JOHN R. HEASTON JOHN S. HECKLER DAVID L. HELBERG
LOUIS P. HERNANDEZ, JR. DEAN F. HITTS CHERYL L. HOCKMAN
ncrease Senior Class Treasury
GREG L. HOOVER LAWRENCE L. HUENER TERRY L- HUSTON
SHIRLEY E. JOHNSON RICHARD W. KATON JAMES D. KING
STEVEN R. KIRCHOFF MARIAN E. KLEIN CHERYL A. KNEPLEY
raduating Seniors Attend fr
KATHLEEN E. KNEPLEY KEITH J. KNEPLEY
SHIRLEY KRUSE JERRY L. LANGE
KAREN A. LEADERS
'r. Prom as Honored Guests
CHERYL L. LONG LINDA L. LONG RICHARD E- MEINEN
ROBIN L. METER DIANNE K. MEYER ELVAN E. MILLER
Seniors Decide on Careers an.
KEITH W. MILLER STEPHEN D. MCCOLLEY THOMAS W. McCOLLEY
KATHLEEN J- MCVETTA JERRY M, NAGEL JUDITH A. NEUHAUSER
GARY G. OBERHAUS SANDRA K. ORTHWEIN NANCY J. PARKS
'olleges With Help of Counselors
LOUIS F. PHILPOT EMILIE M. PILLIOD PATRICIA A. POLKER
PENNY S. POLLOM RON K. REBEAU MAURICE D. REIMUND
DUDLEY W. REISER JILL E. RETCHER LINDA M. RETTIG
lass of 9 , With 144, I5 9 n
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ROGER L. REX CAROL L. RICKENBERG AARON B. RILEY
NORMAN W. ROHDA THEODORE A. ROHRS MICHAEL D. ROTHGERY
Fraduating Class 0 NH.S.
GREGORY S. RUDOLPH JOHN S. SAXTON JAMES F. SCHUELER
GEORGE J. SCHMIDT LINDA S. SINES JOHN XW. SMALL
18 Seniors Comprise Staff
MARSHA K. SNYDER DONNA J. SOALS WILBUR H. SONNENBERG
THOMAS P. SPEISER RUTH C. SPITLER THOMAS M. STARKEY
BARBARA L. STEVENS MARY A. STEVENS KENNETH D. STEWARD
57 Buckeye and Wildcats Roar
SUSAN K. STEWARD JOHN L. STOVER ISABEL M. SUYDAM
NEAL T. THOMAS MARCO K. VAJ EN ANN M. VOCKE
EDITH A. VOGEL BONNIE M. WAISNER SHIRLEY A. WAISNER
'Zln Hour of riumph Comes ca
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SUSAN J. WALKER LILLIAN A. WEIRAUCH KAREN E. WEITZEL
THOMAS A. WESCHE DANIEL C. WESTHOVEN GARY J. WESTHOVEN
ast to Those Who Watch and W ait
EDWIN P. WILHELM JANE C. WILLIAMSON TERRY L. WITT
KENNETH W. WITTE DAVID R. ZACHRICH JEANNE K. ZACHRICH
ALARID, RICHARD S.
Football, Varsity 4, Reserve 2, 33 Senior
Class Play3 Basketball, Varsity 3, 4,
Reserve 23 Baseball 3, 43 Track 2, 33
"N" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 43
ANDREW, DORIS E.
Florida High School 1, 23 D.E.C.A. 4.
ANDREWS, RONALD H.
Football, Varsity 3, 4, Reserve 1, 23
Track 1, 2g "N" Club 2, 3, 43 HI-Y 43
Industrial Arts Club 3: Intra. Basket-
ball 2, 3.
ARPS, RICHARD A.
Wrestling 23 Junior Class Play3 Senior
Class Play3 Cross-Country 1, 2, 33
Track 1, 2, 33 "N" Club 2, 33 HI-Y
43 Intra. Basketball 2.
AUSTERMILLER, GRACE C.
Student Council 3g J.C.L. 3, 43 French
Club 1, 2g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 B. G. Schol-
arship Test 1, 33 National Honor So-
ciety 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 43 Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
AUSTERMILLER, MARY DELL
Class Officer, Sec. 1, Treas. 33 Student
Council 2, 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Triple Trio 3, 43 B. G.
Scholarship Test 1, 23 B. G. Music
Contest 33 Wildcats Roar Staff 43 Jun-
ior Class Play3 Senior Class Play3
National Honor Society 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 Cabinet 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
43 Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Mon-
itor 43 Quill and Scroll 4.
AUSTERMILLER, SUE A.
Class Officer, Treas. 2g Student Coun-
cil 1, 3, 43 J.C.L. 1, 2, 33 Debate Team
33 Buckeye Staff 43 Wildcats Roar 43
Junior Class Play3 Senior Class Play3
Tri-Hi-Y 2 ,3, 4, Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Pres.
43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 43 Cheer-
leader 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Concert 1, 2,
3, 43 Hall Monitor 43 Quill and Scroll
BARGMAN, LINDA S.
Student Council 43 French Club 1, 23
Choir 1, 2, 43 B.G. Music Contest 13
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 4.
BASSETT, DAVID E.
French Club 1, 23 Wildcats Roar Staff
4, Editor-in-Chief 43 Quill and Scroll
4, Pres. 43 Basketball 13 Cross-Country
1, 23 Golf 1, 2, 3g "N" Club 1, 2, 3, 43
BEECH, HENRY F.
V.I.C. 4, Sec. 43 Football 13 Basketball,
Varsity 3, 4, Reserve 1, 2g Cross-
Country' 2, 3, 43 Track 33 "N" Club
2, 3, 4.
BETTS, TIMOTHY L.
French Club 1, 23 B.G. Scholarship
Test 13 Football, Varsity 4, Reserve
1, 2, 33 Basketball, Reserve 1, 2g Golf
1, 2, 33 "N" Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43
Intra. Basketball 2, 3.
BISCHOFF, STEPHEN L.
Student Council 43 J.C.L. 2, 3, 4, V.
Pres. 33 D.E.C.A. 4, Pres. 43 "N" Club
43 Hi-Y 4.
BLASINGIM, LARRY D.
BOKERMAN, BE ANDREA
J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 13 Band
1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 3, 43 Triple Trio 43
B.G. Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 43 Buck-
eye Staff 43 Junior Class Play3 Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, Cabinet 33 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cabinet 3, 43 Cheerleader 13 Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4g Hall Monitor 4.
BORSTELMAN, ROGER H.
Wildcats Roar Staff 43 Senior Class
Play3 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 33
Cross-Country 2, 33 Track 13 "N" Club
3, 43 Quill and Scroll 4.
BOST, CRYSTAL G.
French Club 13 Choir 13 Library Club
23 G.A.A. 1, 23 Dance Concert 1, 2.
BROWN, PAULA J.
Florida High School 1, 23 Senior Class
Play3 Choir 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 33 G.A.A.
3, 4, Cabinet 4, All-Star Basketball 43
Dance Concert 3, 4.
BROWNING, JOHN E.
D.E.C.A. 43 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2,
BRUBAKER, LYNN A.
Florida High School 1, 23 B.G. Schol-
arship Test 3, 43 Golf 4.
BRUBAKER, STEVE E.
V.I.C. 43 Junior Class Play3 Football,
Reserve 1, 2, 33 Basketball, Reserve
1, 23 Track 1, 2, 33 "N" Club 2, 3.
BUEHRER, GARY L.
CANNON, MARY S.
Junior Class Play3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 49
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 13 Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 4.
COLLIER, CYNTHIA D.
Student Council 1, 2, 43 .I.C.L. 1, 3, 43
French Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
Buckeye Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 43
Junior Class Play3 Senior Class Play3
Tri-Hi-Y 23 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
COLLIER, JAMES D.
Deshler High School 13 Choir 2, 3, 43
D.E.C.A. 43 Mixed Ensemble 23 "N"
Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Football Man-
CORDES, PEGGY A.
Student Council 3, 43 French Club 2,
3, 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Triple
Trio 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society
43 B.G. Music Contest 2, 33 J11Ili0r
Class Playg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
2, 3, 43 Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall
COSCARELLI, GLORIA J.
Junior Class Play3 Senior Class Play3
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A.
1, 23 Dance Concert 1, 2, 33 Hall Mon-
Choir lg F.H.A. 4.
CRAWFORD, RONALD L.
V.I.C. 43 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3.
CROSSER, MARYANN E
Choir 13 Library Club 1, 23 Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3.
DAVIS, DANIEL L.
Library Club 3g D.E.C.A. 43 Projec-
DEBLIN, JOHN W.
Junior Class Play3 Football 1.
DELVENTHAL, GARY L.
Library Club 13 Projectionist 43 Jun-
ior Class Play3 Intra. Basketball 2, 3.
Student Council 1, 2, 33 J.C.L. 43
French Club -1, 23 Choir 13 Library
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 B.G. Scholarship Test
1, 33 Debate Team lg Junior Class
Play3 Senior Class Play3 G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 43 Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
EBERLE, DIANE M.
Florida High School 1, 2g Senior Class
Play3 Band 3, 43 B.G. Scholarship
Test 3, 4g National Honor Society 3, 43
F.H.A. 43 Dance Concert 3.
EBERLE, MARY L.
Florida High School 1, 23 V.I.C. 4.
EGBERT, LARRY O. R.
Class Officer, Pres. 33 Student Council
2, 33 J.C.L. 2, Treas. 23 Band 1, 2, 3,
43 Projectionist 43 Wildcats Roar Staff
43 Junior Class Play3 Track 13 Intra.
Basketball 2, 3g B.G. Scholarship Test
EMMEL, JEANNE M.
Florida High School 1, 23 Band 3, 43
B.G. Music Contest 33 Senior Class
Play3 Tri-Hi-Y 3g G.A.A. 3, 4, Cabi-
net 3, 43 Dance Concert 3, 4.
ERNEST, NORMA J.
Choir 1, 43 Junior Class Play3 Senior
Class Play3 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 2,
3, 4, Cabinet 3, 43 Dance Concert 1,
2, 3g Office Help 4.
J.C.L. 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 B.G.
Scholarship Test 1, 3, 43 National Hon-
or Society 43 F.H.A. 43 Senior Class
Playg Dance Concert 3.
FAHRINGER, JOYCE E.
Student Council 43 J.C.L. 1, 43 Band
1, 2, 3, 43 B.G. Music Contest 43
Wildcats Roar Staff 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
4, Cabinet 3, 4, Treas. 33 All-Star Bas-
ketball 1, 23 All-Star Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 43 Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Office
FISHER, RICHARD A.
Student Council 43 Science Club 33
B.G. Scholarship Test 23'Buckeye Staff
43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Pres.
4g Football 13 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Wres-
tling 33 Cross-Country 2, 33 Track 13
"N" Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Intra. Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4.
FRANZ, GARY L.
Florida High School 1, 23 Choir 33
V.I.C. 43 Boys' Ensemble 33 Intra.
FRANZ, JOHN R.
Class Officer, Pres. 23 Student Council
1, 2, 3, 43 J.C.L. 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
B.G. Scholarship Test 23 B.G. Music
Contest 1, 23 Projectionist 3, 43 Junior
Class Play3 Senior Class Play3 Basket-
ball 13 Track 33 Golf 1, 2g "N" Club
12, 5243, 43 Hi-Y 43 Intra. Basketball
FREASE, PAMELA M.
French Club 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Buck-
eye Staff 43 Junior Class Play3 Senior
Class Play3 Pep Band 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Dance Con-
cen 1, 2, 3.
F REET,fF REDERICK H.
V.I.C. 43 Art Club lg Football Man-
ager 33 Basketball Manager 33 Indus-
grial Arts Club 2, 3g Intra. Basketball
F REET, RICHARD A.
Art Club 13 Football Manager 13 Bas-
ketball Manager 1, "N" Club 1, Indus-
trial Arts Club l.
F REYTAG, DANIEL R.
Class Officer, Treas. 4, Student Coun-
cil 4, Senior Class Play, Science Club
3, 4, Pres. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Band
1, B.G. Scholarship Test 1, 2, 4, Buck-
eye Staff 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Football 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
"N" Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4.
FRUCHEY, ROBERT L.
French Club 1, 2, Football, Reserve
1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, "N"
Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 4, Intra.
Baskethau 2, 3, 4.
GARZA, ARTHUR G.
Choir 4, V.I.C. 4.
GERKEN, MICHAEL A.
Class Officer, V. Pres. 1, Band 1,
Student Council 1, Buckeye Staff 4,
Junior Class Play, Wrestling 2, Track
1, 2, Cross-Country 1, 2.
GESSNER, DEBRA K.
Florida High School 1, 2, Buckeye
Staff 4, Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, G.A.A. 3,
4, Cabinet 3, 4, Dance Concert 3, 4.
GILLILAND, BECKY D.
Florida High School 1, 2, J.C.L. 3, 4:
Band 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4,
Dance Concert 3.
GUELDE, GARY A.
Hamler High School l, 2, 3, V.I.C. 4.
HAHN, JOY S.
Florida High School 1, 2, Senior Class
Play, Band 4, Choir 3, 4, Buckeye
Staff 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Dance Concert
HAHN, KATHRYN E.
French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class
Play, National Honor Society 4, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Wildcats Roar Staff 4,
Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
HARDY, WALTER L.
V.I.C. 4, Basketball 1, Intra. Basket-
bau 2, 3, 4.
HAWKINS, NEAL A.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 4, Boys'
Ensemble 3, B.G. Music Contest 1, 2,
3, State Music Contest 3, Track 1.
HEASTON, JOHN R.
French Club 2, D.E.C.A. 4, Treas. 4,
Junior Class Play, Football 1.
HECKLER, JOHN S.
Class Officer, Pres. 1, V. Pres. 4,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 4, Band 1, 2, 3, J.C.L.
1, 2, 3, B.G. Scholarship Test 1, B.G.
Music Contest 1, 2, Senior Class Play,
Football, Varsity 4, Basketball, Reserve
2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, "N"
Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 4.
HELBERG, DAVID L.
Florida High School 1, 2, Football,
Varsity 4, Basketball, Reserve 3, Base-
ball 3, Cross-Country 3, Track 3, 4,
"N" Club 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 4.
HERNANDEZ, LOUIS P., JR.
V.I.C. 4, Baseball Manager 1, 4.
HITTS, DEAN F.
French Club 1, 2, Football, Varsity
3, Reserve 1, 2, Basketball, Reserve
1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, "N" Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Intra. Basketball 4, Hi-Y 4,
HOCKMAN, CHERYL L.
J.C.L. 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Buckeye Staff 4,
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play,
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
HOOVER, GREG L.
HUEN ER, LAWRENCE L.
V.I.C. 4, Projectionist 2, 4, Intra.
HUSTON, TERRY L.
Student Council 4, French Club 2,
B.G. Scholarship Test 1, 2, 3, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 4, Senior Class
Play, Basketball, Reserve 1, 2, 3,
Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4,
"N" Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Pres. 4,
Intra. Basketball 4.
JOHNSON, SHIRLEY E.
Student Council 2, 3, 4, J.C.L. 3, 4:
French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, B.G. Scholarship Test 1, Debate
Team 3, Buckeye Staff 4, Junior Class
Play, SeniorAClass Play, National Hon-
or Society 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cabinet 4, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Monitor 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
KATON, RICHARD W.
V.I.C. 4, V. Pres. 45 Junior Class
Play, Football, Varsity 4, Reserve 1,
2, 3, Track 1, 2, Industrial Arts Club
KING, JAMES D.
Library Club 3, V.l.C. 4, Art Club 2.
KIRCHONFF, STEVEN R.
Attica High School 1, 2, Science Club
3, 4, B.G. Scholarship Test 3, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
KLEIN, MARIAN E.
French Club 3, Senior Class Play,
National Honor Society 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, F.H.A.
4, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3.
KNEPLEY, CHERYL A.
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3,
Sec. 4, J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, B.G. Scholar-
ship Test 1, National Honor Society
4, Wildcats Roar Staff 4, Junior Class
Play, Senior Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cabinet 2, 4, Sec. 2, All-Star Basket-
ball 3, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall
Monitor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sec.-
KNEPLEY, KATHLEEN E.
Cho-ir 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 3, F.H.A.
1, 2,'3, Dance Concert 1, 3, Cafeteria
Choir 3, D.E.C.A. 4, Sec. 4, F.H.A. 1,
2, 3, 4, Sec. 2.
Choir 1, 3, Library Club 3, D.E.C.A.
4, F.H.A. 1, 2, Dance Concert 1, 2-
LANGE, JERRY L.
J.C.L. 1, Band 1, 2, Class Officer,
Treas. 1, B.G. Scholarship Test 1, 2,
National Honor Society 4: Junior Class
Play, Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4.
LEADERS, KAREN A. .
Florida High School 1, 2, Class Offi-
cer, Sec. 4, Choir 3, 4, Libr21I'Y Club
3, Sec. 3, Senior Class Play, Triple
Trio 4, B.G. Scholarship Test 3,
National Honor Society 4, G.A.A. 3,
4, Cabinet 4, Dance Concert 3, 4.
LONG, CHERYL L.
Choir 1, 2, Dance Concert 1.
LONG, LINDA L. I
Florida High School, 1, 2, Cl10l1' 3,
4, V.I.C. 4: F,H.A. 3.
MEINEN, RICHARD E.
D.E.C.A. 4, Baseball 2.
METER, ROBIN L.
MEYER, DIANNE K.
Student Council 1, 2, 4, French Club
3, Treas. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, V. Pres.
3, Cabinet 1, 3, 4, All-Star Basketball
2, 3, 4, All-Star Volleyball 1, 2, Cheer-
leader 1, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Monitor 4.
MILLER, ELVAN E.
Library Club 2, 3, V.I.C. 4, Football,
Manager 2, 3, Baseball Manager 2,
"N" Club 2, 3, Intra. Basketball 2.
MILLER, KEITH W.
B.G. Scholarship Test 2, 3, National
Honor Society 4, Buckeye Staff 4,
School Photographer 4.
McCOLLEY, STEPHEN D.
Basketball, Reserve 1, 2, Cross-Country
2, 3, Track 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Bas-
ketball 3, 4.
McCOLLEY, THOMAS W.
Football, Reserve 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4,
Track 3, "N" Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres.
4, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Basketball 3, 4.
MCVETTA, KATHLEEN J.
Student Council 3, J.C.L. 1, 2, 3,
French Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir
1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
All-Star Basketball 2, 3, All-Star Vol-
leyball 3, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3.
NAGEL, JERRY M.
Football, Reserve 1, Varsity 4, Bas-
ketball 1, Cross-Country 1, 2, 3,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, "N" Club 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 4, Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4.
NEUHAUSER, J UDITH A.
J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, Band
1, 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 4,
B.G. Scholarship Test 1, .2, 3, 4,
B.G. Music Contest 1, 2, National Hon-
or Society 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, Hall Monitor 4.
OBERHAUS, GARY G.
V.I.C. 4, Junior Class Play, Football
1, 2, Basketball 1, Track 3, 4.
ORTHWEIN, SANDRA K.
Choir 1, 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 4, V. Pres.
4, Junior Class Play, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,
4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Concert
1, 2, 3.
PARKS, NANCY J.
Class Officer, Sec. 3, Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, 43 J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, Choir 1,
3, 4, Triple Trio 4, B.G. Music Con-
test 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Sen-
ior Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Cabinet 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
1, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall
PHILPOT, LOUIS F.
V.I.C. 4, Cross-Country 2, Intra. Bas-
PILLIOD, EMILIE M.
Class Officer, Sec. 2, Student Council
1, 3, 4, J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club
2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treas. 3, Choir 1, B.G. Scholarship
Test 1, 2, 4, Junior Class Play,
Senior Class Play, Buckeye Staff,
National Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1, 3, 4, All-Star
Basketball 1, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
POLKER, PATRICIA A.
J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, D.E.C.A. 4,
Senior Class Play, National Honor So-
ciety 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Dance Con-
cert 2, 3.
POLLOM, PENNY S.
New Haven High School 1, Sandusky
High School 2, Choir 3, Treas. 3,
G.A.A. 3, 4, All-Star Basketball 4.
ReBEAU, RON K.
Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4.
REIMUND, MAURICE D.
French Club 1, 2, Junior Class Play,
Senior Class Play, National Honor
REISER, DUDLEY W.
Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, V. Pres.
3, J.C.L. 1, 2, B.G. Scholarship Test
1, 2, National Honor Society 4, Senior
Class Play, Dance Concert 4, Football,
Reserve 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball,
Reserve 1, 2, Varsity 3, Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4, Track 1, "N" Club 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 2, 4, Intra. Basketball 4.
RETCHER, JILL E.
Florida High School 1, 2, Senior Class
Play, Band 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Dance
RETTIG, LINDA M.
Student Council 1, 4, J.C.L. 1, 2, 3,
4, French Club 3, 4, Choir 1, 2,
3, 4, Triple Trio 4, B.G. Music Con-
test 2, Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, National Honor Society
3, 4, Treas. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
REX, ROGER L.
Cross-Country 1, 2, French Club 2,
Track 1, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Basketball
2, 3, 4.
RICKENBERG, CAROL L.
Liberty Center High School 1, 2, 3,
French Club 4, Senior Class Play,
Choir 4, B.G. Music Contest 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, G.A.A. 4,
Dance Concert 4.
ROHDA, NORMAN W.
Cross-Country 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4.
ROI-IRS, THEODORE A.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, B.G. Music Contest
4, Projectionist 4, Junior Class Play,
Track 1, Intra. Basketball 3.
ROTHGERY, MICHAEL D.
Class Officer, V. Pres. 2, Student Coun-
cil 2, 4, French Club 1, 2, Science
Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, B.G. Music
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor So-
ciety 4, Junior Class Play, Senior Class
Play, Pep Band 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3,
4, Intra. Basketball 3, 4.
RUDOLPH, GREGORY S.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, B.G. Music Contest 4,
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play,
Pep Band 3, 4.
SAXTON, JOHN S.
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Ensemble 3,
B.G. Music Contest 2, Wildcats Roar
Staff, Offset Operator 4, Intra. Bas-
SCHUELER, JAMES F.
Projectionist 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
Cross-Country 2, Track 1, 2, 3, "N"
Club 4, Intra. Basketball 3.
SCHMIDT, GEORGE J.
Kenton Senior High School 1, 2, 3,
SINES, LINDA S.
D.E.C.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, G.A.A. 4,
F.H.A. 1, 2, 4.
SNYDER, MARSHA K.
Holgate High School 1, 2, Choir 3, 4,
Sec.-Treas. 4, Triple Trio 4, G.A.A.
3, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance Concert 3, 4,
Office Help 4.
SOALS, DONNA J.
D.E.C.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, National Hon-
or Society 4, G.A.A. 1, F.H.A. 2,
Dance Concert 2.
SONNENBERG, WILBUR H.
Junior Class Play, V.I.C. 4, Projec-
tionist 1, 2, Football, Reserve 1, 2,
3, Varsity 4, Industrial Arts Club 1,
2, 3, Intra. Basketball 3.
SPEISER, THOMAS P.
Student Council 4, V.I.C. 4, Pres.
4, Junior Class Play, Football 1, 2,
3, Track 1, 2, Industrial Arts Club
1, 2, 3, Intra. Basketball 3.
SPITLER, RUTH C.
French Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, B.G.
Music Contest 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
STARKEY, THOMAS M.
J.C.L. 1, 2, B.G. Scholarship Test 1,
Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, Track 2, "N"
Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Basketball 3.
STEVENS, BARBARA L.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, J.C.L. 3, Library
Club 3, Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 3, G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEVENS, MARY A.
Choir 1, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 4, Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEWARD, KENNETH D.
Science Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, B.G. Scholarship Test 1, 2, 3, 4,
B.G. Music Contest 1, National Hon-
or Society 3, 4, lntra. Basketball 2, 3,
STEWARD, SUSAN K.
Liberty Center High School 1, Choir
2, 3, 4, B.G. Music Contest 2, Junior
Class Play, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 4,
Dance Concert 2, 3, 4.
STOVER, JOHN L
Loudonville High School 1, V.I.C. 4,
SUYDAM, ISABEL M.
Class Officer, V. Pres. 3, Student
Council 3, 4, J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres.
4, Band 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres.
3, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, B.G. Music
Contest 2, 3, 4, State Contest 3,
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play,
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Cabinet 4, All-Star Basketball 2, 3,
4, All-Star Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
THOBER, HERMINE L.
Luise-Henriette Schule, Berlin, Ex-
change Student, French Cluh 4, Sen-
ior Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 4, G.A.A. 4,
Cabinet 4, Dance Concert 4.
THOMAS, NEAL T.
V.1.C. 4, Junior Class Play, Football,
Reserve 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Wrestling
2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3: "N" Club 3, 4,
Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3.
VAJEN, MARGO K.
Florida High School 1, 2, Student
Council 4, French Club 3, 4, Pres. 4,
Band 3, 4, B.G. Music Contest 3, 4,
National Honor Society 4, Debate
Team 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Cabinet 4,
Senior Class Play, G.A.A. 3, 4, Dance
Concert 3, 4.
VOCKE, ANN M.
French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4,
B.G. Music Contest 4, G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 4, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall
- Monitor 4.
VOGEL, EDITH A.
Library Club 1, 2, B.G. Music Contest
3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 4,
F.H.A. 1, Hall Monitor 4.
WAISNER, BONNIE M.
Florida High School 1, 2, Choir 3, 4,
G.A.A. 4, F.H.A. 4, V. Pres. 4, Dance
Concert 3, 4, Senior Class Play.
WAISNER, SHIRLEY A.
Florida High School 1, 2, Band 3, 4,
Choir 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Dance Concert
3, 4, Senior Class Play.
WALKER, SUSAN J.
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior
Class Play, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, G.A.A.
l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 4, All-Star Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, All-Star Volleyball 1, 2,
3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 4, Sec. 4, Cheerleader
1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3,
Hall Monitor 4.
WEIRAUCH, LILLIAN A.
G.A.A. 1, 2.
WEITZEL, KAREN E.
J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, cabinet 3, 4, Au-
Star Basketball 3, All-Star Volleyball
2, 3, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3.
WESCHE, THOMAS A.
Class Officer, Pres. 4, Student Council
1, 2, 3, 4, J.C.L. 1, 2, 3, B.G.
Scholarship Test 1, National Honor
Society 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Senior Class
Play, Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,
Basketball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3, Cross-
Country 4, Baseball 3, 4, Track 1, 2,
"N" Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 4, Intra.
WESTHOVEN, DANIEL C.
J.C.L. 1, 2, Projectionist 43 Junior
Class Play, Baseball 1, Wrestling 1,
2, 4, Cross-Country 1, 2, "N" Club
2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Basketball 2, 3.
WESTHOVEN, GARY J.
J.C.L. 1, 2, Science Club 4, Band 1,
2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Senior Class
Play, Pep Band 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 4,
WILHELM, EDWIN P.
Choir 1, 2, 3, V.I.C. 4.
WILLIAMSON, JANE C.
J.C.L. 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Choir 1, 2, Buckeye Staff 4, Ed.itor-in-
Chief 4, Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, National Honor Society
3, 4, Sec. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Dance
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, B.G. Scholarship
est 4, Quill and Scroll 4, V. Pres. 4.
WITT, TERRY L.
J.C.L. 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 3, 4, B.G. Music
Contest 2, 3, 4, B.G. Scholarship Test
2, National Honor Society 4, Junior
Class Play, Senior Class Play, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet
4, Dance Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall
WI'l'I'E, KENNETH W.
Projectionist 3, 4.
ZACHJRICH, DAVID R.
Florida High School 1, 2, Band 3, 4,
Buckeye Staff 4, National Honor So-
ciety 4, Junior Class Play, Senior
Class Play, Hi-Y 4, Intra. Basketball
ZACHRICH, JEANNE K.
J.C.L. 4, French Club 1, 2, Science
Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Choir 1, 2, B.G.
Scholarship Test 2, 3, 4, Junior Class
Play, Senior Class Play, National
Honor Society 3, 4.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Seated: Denise Fortner, Darlene Bevelhymer, Pat Reimund. Standing:
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On September 6, 1966, we entered Napoleon High School at last as upperclassmen. One hundred and seventy-
nine strong, we realized that as juniors we were only one year away from being seniors. During the early part
of the fall, we elected the officers to lead us during this third and very important year of high school. Darlene
Bevelhymer was elected president, and Denise Fortner served as vice-president. Pat Reimund became our secre-
tary, and Bonnie Knipp was elected treasurer. Assisting with our class projects were advisers Mr. Flory, Mr.
Freeman, Mr. Fruchey, Mr. Haas, Mrs. F. Russell, Mr. Shears, and Mrs. Warden.
We eagerly plunged into the Homecoming activities with the hope of increasing our class treasury by build-
ing a prize-winning float, and our "Let's Seal A Victory" did win first place in the float contest. The Junior
Attendant was Jean Russell. After Homecoming was over, we began the tedious process of presenting the
Junior Class Play, "Life With Father." The production, directed by Miss Alberts, combined the efforts of over
40 juniors to create a successful Junior Class Play.
Our class was well represented in sports, as we had lettermen in football, cross-county, basketball, wrestling,
track, baseball, and golf. Joyce Fenter and Jean Russell were Varsity Cheerleaders, Peggy Cline and Sue Mos-
sing served on the Reserve cheering squad. Shirley Milliman marched as a majorette with the Napoleon High
Thirteen juniors were inducted into National Honor Society during the annual induction ceremony held May
Sth. Newly elected members were the following: Mary Beth Austermiller, Marianne Bischoff, Mary Beckelman,
Gary Bostelman, Janice Eberle, Denise Fortner, Ann Genuit, Gary Haas, Terri King, Tim Memmer, Pat Rei-
mund, Ray Saneholtz, and Carol Shasteen.
The big event of the year for us was creating the Junior-Senior Prom. Using the theme "Sea Enchantment,"
we decorated the gym as an underwater paradise by covering the ceiling with fish net, hanging fish from the
net, constructing a sunken ship for t.he band, painting murals on the side walls of the gym, and using treasure
chests for table decorations.
After having successfully completed a hectic, but rewarding, year at Napoleon High School, we left the school
for the summer with the knowledge that upon our return in the fall, we would be seniors.
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Having successfully completed our freshman year, we felt much wiser and more
experienced as we began our second year at N.H.S. We eagerly anticipated the
many new experiences which awaited us during our sophomore year-such exciting
things as driver's licenses for a few, class rings for many, and new classes for all.
Early in the year we elected Bill Meyers as our class president and Jeff DeTray
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treasurer. Under their competent leadership and with the able assistance of our
advisers, Miss Alberts, Mr. Hermiller, Mr. Hoeffel, Miss Jackman, Mr. Neville, and
Mr. Weaner, we confidently undertook our class projects.
Homecoming was one of the busiest times of the year for us. We elected Rita
Westhoven to represent us in the 1967 Homecoming Court, built a second-place
float, "Happiness Is A Nap Victory," using "Snoopy" and his dog house to depict
the theme, worked concessions at the Homecoming Football Game, and won the
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the Saturday morning after a home football game.
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as G.A.A., Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y, and "N" Club. Our boys won letters for their participation
in reserve and varsity sports while our girls lent their support by serving as reserve
cheerleaders and majorettes.
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complex styles of authors in American literature, and difficult theorems to be proved
in geometry. In addition to our classroom work, we took the Ohio Survey Test,
which measured our verbal and mathematical achievement levels. On March 16 and
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Freshmen Experience Busy Year
We entered the halls of N.H.S. on September 6, 1966, as a class of 193 timid, but eager,
freshmen. We were willing to discover all the long anticipated wonders of high school. Our
first class election was held early in the fall. We elected Rob Downey as president and Mar-
lowe Witt as vice-president. Heather Fortner served as secretary, while Dave Yarnell was our
treasurer. Our advisers were Mrs. Bridgett, Mr. Gisler, Mr. Hetrick, Mr. Sasaki, Mrs. Short,
and Mr. Snyder.
Our first experience with class projects came at Homecoming time. Class unity was evi-
dent as we banded together to build our first Homecoming float. Although "Time Is Run-
ning Out" didn't win first place, it did, nevertheless, show that we would he in strong con-
tention for first place honors in the float contest in future years. Mary Mossing represented
our class as Freshman Attendant.
Many of our boys participated in football and basketball, both teams showed great poten-
tial for the coming three years. Freshman cheerleaders were Debbie Campbell, Cheri Freeman,
Ann Helberg, Janis Huston, Mary Mossing, and Chris Yolmg.
As freshmen we began our high school education by taking such subjects as general science,
health, Latin I, French I, English IX, Shorthand I, Algebra I, Typing I, band, and choir.
Several classes of English IX, health, and Algebra I met during the 4-N periodg the students
enrolled in these courses had their lunch hour during the 4th period and attended classes
during the regular lunch hour.
For many of us, our first year in high school was largely a year of learning-learning not
only to study, to take notes, to take tests, and to understand each teacher as an individual
rather than a stereotype, but also learning to talk in study hall without being caught, to crowd
in the cafeteria line, and to open our messy lockers without having everything fall out. Yes,
our freshman year at N.H.S. was frightening at times but very rewarding at others. There
were times when we weren't sure if we would make it, but at the end of the school year we
were convinced that all the months of agony as freshmen were worth it. The thought of seem-
ing wise and learned to next year's freshman class made us eagerly await our return, in the
fall of '67 as sophomores of N.I'I.S.
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JANET SANEHOLTZ C. L. SCHIE MARGARET SHERMAN
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8511 Grade Diane Rausch, Vice-President
Scott Winzeler, President
NAPOLEON SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS. Seated: FLORIDA SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS. Seated: Nor-
.Tulia DeTray, Treasurerg Tim Downey, President, Peggy man Walker, Vice-Presidentg Cheryl Eberle, President:
Helberg, Secretary. Standing: Steve Mossing, Vice-President. Jeff Bunke, Treasurer. Standing: Randy Andrew, Secretary.
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fartior H igh Encourages Athletics
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Row One: M. Knapp, K. Blain, M. Bunke, B. Yarnell, K. Beck, J. Church, M. Small, J. Lammy, K. Scheele. Row Two
M. McColley, T. Prigge, A. Day, G. Sexton, Coach Mengerink, T. Kessler, A. Omler, K. Deventhal, D. Upp.
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Betty Showman, Beth Koppenhofer, Candy Witt. Row Two:
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Day, J. Gilliland, T. Prigge. Row Two: S. Winzeler, M. Small, J. Gallagher, M. Bunke, McColle,y, Saneholtz,.D. King,
K. Delvanthal, M. Lowel'Y, .l. Mann, T. Kessler, K. Scheele, M. Thiel. Row Three: G. Gartrell, M. Baker, K. Buehrer, R. Gerde-
man, T. Downey, T. Sieren, M. George, S. Mossing, P. Rothgery, G. Fruchey, S Foor S. Bost, M Sweyer. Row Four' Coach
Mengefmk, D. wachtman, J. Bodenhender, s. Stover, J. waus, B. Schlosser, J. Bdkefmin, G. Williarhs, D. Scheele, T. Jvfccolley,
T. Creager, J. Freeman, Coach Neville.
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Row One: M. Austermiller, S. Austermiller, D. Freytag, D. Fisher, J. Heckler, D. Reiser, C. Knepley, J. Franz, S. Bischoff,
T. Huston, T. Wesche, B. Fruchey, S. Walker, N. Parks. Row Two: J. Stough, A. Kneth, J. Wallischeck, M.. Kruse, D. Bevel-
hymer, B. Meyers, T. Baughman, C. Frysinger, R. Ward, B. Downey, M. Witt, D. Snyder. P. Cordes, L. Rettxg. Row Three: L.
Gardiner, A. Downey, J. Huston, S. Buckenmeyer, V. Helberg, M. Messing, D. Fortner, M. Rickenberg, I. Suydarn, J. Fenter,
D. Bevelhymer, L. Grotke, J. Russell, D. Creager. Row Four: S. Cuff, K. Sonnenberg, S. Hogrefe, J. Schvflebeft, B- Whitaker,
S. Robbins, D. Nutter, J. Downey, K. Winzeler, S. Cilberte, C. Schuette, B. Small. R010 Fwe: J. Fahrrnger, E. Pilhod, S.
Johnson, Mr. Hermiller, C. Collier, M. Vajen, D. Meyer, M. Rothgery.
Council Experiences Active Session
Under the capable leadership of Dud Reiser,
Council president, and Mr. Hermiller, adviser, the
70-member Student Council experienced a busy
'66-'67 session. Most significant of the body's ac-
complishments was the organization of the 1966
Homecoming. Other major activities included the
preparation for the annual Snake Dance, the spon-
soring of a faculty-WTOD disc jockey basketball
game, and the recognition of Mr. Johnson for his
15 years of service as principal.
Special projects completed by the Council were
the collection of contributions for both the Steve
Beattie Fund and the WTOD Penny Pitch and the
selection of an official Napoleon High School crest.
In addition, Student Council regulated the spon-
soring of post-game dances, designated dress-up
days, provided for the Christmas decorations, and
chose assemblies for the '67-'68 school year. Fi-
nally, to solidify the bonds between the legislative
body and the student publications, members voted
to admit the editor of the "Wildcats Roar" as a
Dud Reiser, Presidentg Cheryl Knepley, Secretary, Mr. Henniller
Adviser, Bill Small, Treasurer, Greg Schuette, Vice-President.
33 Take Honor Societ Pledge
Having been judged by the Napoleon High
School faculty as possessing desirable qualities of it 5
character, scholarship, leadership, and service, 20
seniors and 13 juniors were inducted into the C. D.
Brillhart Chapter of the National Honor Society.
Juniors with a 3.6 scholastic point-average and
seniors with a 3.0 scholastic point-average were
eligible for membership.
May 8 marked the date of the annual induction
ceremony, which the candidates' parents and student
body attended. Participating in the program were
14 old members, 33 new members, and superinten-
dent E. A. Wheaton, who addressed the inductees
and presented them with pins and membership
cards. Featured student speakers were Mary Dell
Austermiller, Sue Austermiller, Emilie Pilliod, and
Jane Williamson. Richard Fisher served as master
of ceremonies and Tom Wesche administered the
society pledge. 0 .
As a service, the honorary society acted as hosts F0673
and guides for the annual Visitation Night for Richard Fisher, Presidentg Tom Wesche, Vice-Presidentg Jane Wil-
parents of high school Students. liamson, Secretary, Linda Rettig, Treasurer.
Row One: Cris Espinoza, Karen Leaders, Mary B. Austermiller, Terri King, Mary Bockelman, Ann Genuit, Sue Austermiller,
Margo Vajen. Row Two: Carol Rickenherg, Marian Klein, Linda Rettig, Diane Eherle, Shirley Johnson, Terry Witt, Judy Neu-
hauser, Peggy Cordes, Grace Austermiller. Row Three: Donna Soals, Janice Eberle, Pat Reimund, Carol Shasteen, Jeanne Zach-
rich, Keith Miller, Mikel Rothgery, Mary Dell Austermiller, Emilie Pilliod. Row Four: Gary Haas, Tim Memmer, Steve Kirchoff,
Denise Fortner, Cheryl Knepley, Daniel Freytag, Gary Bostelman. Row Five: Kathy Hahn, Ray Saneholtz, Kenneth Steward, Jerry
Lange, John Heckler, Jane Williamson, Richard Fisher, Marianne Bischoff. Row Six: Mr. E. A. Wheaton, Patricia Polker, Maurice
Reimund, David Zachrich, Tom Wesche, Dudley Reiser, Terry Huston, Mr. Mossing.
Sittings Cindy Collier. Row One: Sue Austermiller, Shirley Johnson, Debra Gessner, Cheryl Hockman, Dave Zachrlch Dan Frey
ras, Mick Gerkerl, Joy Hahn, Bebe Bokerman, Emilie Pilliod, Pam Frease. Row Two: Dick Fisher, Keith Miller Jane W1ll1amson
'Buckeyei Features School Crest
Utilizing the theme, '6School Life-Academics,
Athletics, and Activitiesf, the 1967 Buckeye Staff,
under the leadership of Mr. Hoeffel, Adviser, and
,lane Williamson, Editor, produced the fifty-first
"Buckeye.', New ideas incorporated into the book
were the inclusion of a four-page academic section,
the use of a school crest on the cover, the placing
of senior pictures in panels, and the addition of
eight pages. The staff also wrote more copy for the
yearbook's 12 sections, employed colored duotones
in the opening section, and presented four-color
The eight members of the editorial staff were
Jane Williamson, Editor-in-Chief, Shirley Johnson,
Administration, Faculty, and Seniors, Pam Frease,
Underclassmen and Ir. High, Keith Miller, Organ-
izations and Photographer, Dick Fisher, Sports,
Cindy Collier, Features, Sue Austermiller, Fea-
tures Assistantg and Dan Freytag, Copy Editor.
Comprising the Business Staff were Mick Cerken,
Bebe Bokerman, Debbie Gessner, Joy Hahn, Cheryl
Hockman, Emilie Pilliod, and Dave Zachrich.
'Wildcats Roar, Expands Circulatzcn
Under Editor David Bassett and Adviser Mr.
Hoeffel, the nine-member newspaper staff planned,
wrote, typed, and produced the "Wildcats Roar,"
which was distributed to 1000 subscribers. Reflect-
ing the motto," Service, Information, and Enter-
tainment," the seven editions of the paper, which
consisted of six or eight pages, were published by
the following selected students: David Bassett, Edi-
tor, Roger Borstelman, Managing Editorg Mary
Dell Austermiller, Newsg Sue Austermiller, Fea-
tures and Defiance Crescent News correspondentg
Cheryl Knepley, Features and Northwest-Signal col-
umnist, Larry Egbert, Sportsg Joyce Fahringer and
Kathy Hahn, Typistsg and John Saxton, Production.
Innovations developed by this yearls staff in-
cluded a Pictorial cover on the Homecoming issue
and the use of more pictures to improve page lay-
out. As staff activities, they journeyed to B.G.S.U.
for a newspaper workshop, sent the "Wildcats Roarl'
to B.G.S.U. for judging in competition with other
Northwestern Ohio high school newspapers, and
obtained the former band instrument room for a
Row One: Cheryl Knepley, Joyce Fahringer, Kathy Hahn, Mary Dell Austermiller. Row Two: David Bassett Sue Austermiller
Rog Borstelman, John Saxton, Larry Egbert.
Row One: Mary Dell Austermiller, Cindy Collier, Rog Borstelman, Sue Austermiller, Shirley Johnson.
David Bassett, .lane Williamson, Cheryl Knepley, Larry Egbert. Not Pictured: Dan Freytag.
Row Two: Mr.
uill cb Scroll Inclucts 10 Seniors
Ten students were inducted into the Napoleon
Chapter of Quill and Scroll, an international hon-
orary society for high school journalists. Candi-
dates admitted into membership ranked in the
upper third of the senior class, did superior work
for a high school publication, were recommended
by 'the school publications adviser, and were ap-
proved by the International Executive Secretary.
As a weekly news and information service, a
Quill and Scroll Bulletin Board was maintained by
members Sue Austermiller and Cheryl Knepley.
Located near the west entrance of the main build-
ing, this news board featured pictures, congratula-
tory announcements, and information concerning
area institutions of higher education.
Members of the honorary society received a gold
pin with their editorial staff position engraved on
it, a membership card, and a subscription to Quill
and Scroll magazine. Mr. Hoeffel, publications ad-
viser, served as coordinator of the club.
Jane Williamson, Vice-Presidentg David Bassett, Presidentg Cheryl
Science Club Tours Local Plants
Providingan outlet for scientific interest, the
Science Club attracted 11 junior and senior stu-
Various programs for the year included a tour
of the Automatic Feed Co. of Napoleon. Mr. Bill
Beck, president of the company, took the club mem-
bers through the plant and spoke to them on the
numerous phases of operation. In April, members
were able to visit Campbell Soup Co. By touring
the facilities of this local industry, the students
were able to understand more intimately the vast
complexity and importance of the food industry.
Under the supervision of Mr. Haas, club ad-
viser, the Science Club again presented its annual
Science Awards as recognition to outstanding stu-
dents in each of the four classes. On Recognition
Day'a total of 20 students were presented with
awards. Recipients were chosen from applicants on
the basis of academic achievement, especially in
areas of science and mathematics.
.leanne Zacbrich, Secretaryg Dan Freytag, Presidentg Mr. Haas,
Adviserg Jess Gregory, Vice President, Ken Steward, Treasurer.
ROW 0116: M. Rothgery, G. Haas, J. Walker, D. Freytag, J. Gregory. Row Two: J. Zachrich, S. Kirchoff, G. Westhoven, D.
Kern, G. Cochran, K. Steward, Mr. Haas.
T ri-Hi-Y Holds Christmas Para
Row One: J. Russell, D. Eickhoff, X
C. Knepley, S. Austermiller, M.
Austermiller. Row Two: N. Parks,
D. Meyer, M. Vajen, D. Bevelhy-
mer. Row Three: S. Milliman, J.
Williamson, J. Fenter.
Row One: Mrs. K. Russell, L.'Fetter, P. Dennis, S. Milliman, A. Genuit, J. A. Huston, J. Russell, P. Cline, K. Borstelman, L.
Grotke, C. Morgan, D. Eickhoff. Row Two: 'C. Clay, P. Ice, G. Vajen, J. Frysinger, T. Witt, L. Rettig, G. Austermiller, B.
Gilliland, P. Frease, M. B. Austermiller. Row Three: C. McColley I. Sherman, L. Debolt, M. Willeman, M. Yocom, M.
Langenhop, K. Dishop, B. Wachtman, B. Esson, J. Stough, C. Spencer, S. Cuff, K. Prigge. Row Four: V. Daman, S. Upp,
E. Gerken, E. Moehnnan, C. Schlosser, V. Daman, B. Hastedt, C. Bogert, M. Arps, A. Knetz, B. Tennery, T. Delventhal.
or Need Henry Count Children
Dedicated to the high ideals of Christian char-
acter, the Tri-Hi-Y Club this year attracted 90
sophomore, junior, and senior girls. Early in the
year, the club inducted into membership Hermine
Thober, German exchange student. After the cere-
monious induction, Hermine spoke to the group on
Highlighting the year's activities was a Christmas
party for the underprivileged children of Henry
County. Each child received several gifts, presented
to him by Santa Claus, portrayed by John Heckler.
Another significant club project was the sponsoring
of Happiness Week, January 30 to February 3.
During this week club members adorned the halls
of N.H.S. with happiness posters, distributed hap-
piness buttons to students, and presented the serial,
"How the Grinch Stole Happiness."
ln March the Tri-Hi-Y presented to the entire
student body a religiously-oriented Easter assembly.
Also, during the year members attended two Tri-
Hi-Y-"N,' Club Fun Nights, which afforded much
enjoyment for all involved. Mrs. K. Russell served
Sue Austermiller, President, Debbie Eickhoff, Treasurerg Mrs. K.
llfussell, Adviser, Jean Russell, Secretary, Darlene Bevelhymer, Vice
Row One: D. Fortner, S. Walker, P. Leonhardt, M. Austermiller, C. Knepley, S. Austermiller, H. Thober, D. Meyer, L. Gardiner,
K. Palmer, K. Sonnenberg. Row Two: J. Meter, M. Poth, C. Bostelman, N. Parks, D. Bevelhymer, M. Vajen, G. Philpot, I. Suydam,
K. Weitzel, L. Knepley. Row Three: J. Eberle, S. Homan, V. Von Seggern, M. Stevens, L. Sines, D. Cessner, M. Cannon, C.
Coscarelli, S. Meineke, S. Overhulse, J. Williamson. Row Four: J. Leaders, C. Lanzer, M. Bockelman, C. Shasteen, M. Lytle,
K. Wheaton, K. Dnxhot, J. Fenter, R. Collins, R. Huner.
Row One: P. Jastal, K. Weirauch, B. Fruchey, D. Kauss, T. Huston, J. Nagel, D. Reiser, D. Hitts, D. Fisher. Row Two: R. Rex
T. McColley, J. Franz, S. Bischoff, D. Freytag, D. Westhoven, T. Wesche, T. Betts, R. Aland, D. Zachrlch. Row Three: K
Weirauch, R. Andrews, S. McColley, G. Zimmerman, A. Noel, S. Robbins, B. Lefler, D. Bevelhymer. Row Four: J. Koehler
B. Whitaker, J. Heckler, J. Lange, R. Arps, J. Wallischeck.
Hi-Y Hears 3 Area Speakers
Mr. Shinn, new adviser of the Hi-Y Club, ably
led the 27 members through an interesting year of
Christian fellowship, friendship, and recreation.
After an organizational meeting, at which officers
were elected, the club met in November to hear
Mr. John Fruchey, Napoleon Fire Chief, speak on
fire prevention. Mr. Fruchey also showed several
films of recent area fires.
At the December meeting, Father Rapp spoke to
the group on the joys of Christmas. His talk was
entitled, "The Tensil of Christmasv.
Activities for ,lanuary were centered around ath-
letics, for early in the month, movies of Cleveland
Browns' football games were shown. At a second
meeting, the club gathered in the gym for an eve-
ning of basketball..
In March a talk was given by a highway patrol-
man on career opportunities in the Highway Pa-
trol. Activities for the year were culminated by a
club softball game held in late spring.
Greg Zimmerman, Vice-Presidentg Terry Huston, Presidentg M
Shinn, Adviserg Dean Hitts, Secretary-Treasurer.
' 9 Club C0-Hosts Fun ights
Comprised of all boys who have earned a varsity
or reserve letter award, the membership of the
"N" Club numbered 115. Under the leadership of
Mr. Buckenmeyer, the club strove to achieve its
purpose of encouraging good sportsmanship, pro-
moting good citizenship, and fostering a genuine
interest in all varsity athletic competition. With this
purpose firmly in mind, members attended to the
sale of programs at the five home football contests
and twelve home basketball games.
As a significant contribution to the total athletic
program at N.H.S., the "Nw Club purchased all
letters, numerals, and other similar awards. Also,
in cooperation with the Boosters, the membership
presented a S5150 scholarship. Selection of the
scholarship recipient was based on athletic excel-
lence, scholastic promise, personal integrity, and
Besides projects of service, the social activities of
the year were highlighted by two "N" Club-Tri-Hi-Y Umcers
Fun Nights' events whlch provlded much em oyable Bob Fruchey, Presidentg Rich Alarid, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Buck-
I'6laXalZlOIl- enmeyer, Adviserg Tom McColley, Vice-President.
R S'T:,iT?1, ,nf T
Row One: R. Borstelman, T. Huston, T. Wesche, J. Heckler, R. Andrews, B. Fruchey, D. Westhoven, D. Reiser, J. Nagel, D. Hitts,
T. McColley, J. Collier, R. ReBeau, R. Alarid, D. Fisher, J. Franz, D. Helberg. Row Two: R. Latta, J. Gregory, B. Small, A. Noel,
R. Dietrich, J. Downey, B. Meyers, M. Wiechers, T. Walker, R. Rohrbaugh, M. Hoffman, M. Kruse, J. Huddle, J. Stevens, T.
Betts, D. Kauss. Row Three: N. Slagle, P. Fronce, G. Zimmerman, K. Winzeler, M. Fruchey, R. Freytag, P. Murcko, S. Robbins,
R. Wenner, T. Fry, R. Mossing, G. Bostelman, R. Saneboltz, B. Whitaker, D. Freytag, T. Beck, Row Four: K. Weirauch, S.
Gillette, B. Lefler, T. Elliott, S. Wittenberg, B. Fortner, R. Fortner, M. Borstelman, D. Westhoven, T. Brubaker, V. Rohrbaugh,
B. Meyer, R. Bartell, J. Meyer, K. Weirauch, G. Sloan. Row Five: J. Newell, T. Young, T. Gallagher, Mr. Buckenmeyer, W.
Rausch, N. Rohda, D. Bassett, J. Hustwick.
'Bzg Wzde, Wonderful World
Row One: E. Pilliod, D. Bevelhy-
mer, B. Bokemman, D. Meyer, J.
Meter, E. Vogel, H. Thober, S.
Walker, C. Knepley, S. Auster-
miller, S. Foster. Row Two: T.
Witt, C. Hockman, K. Weitzel,
J. Fahringer, Mrs. Day, J. Emmel,
P. Brown, S. Riebesel, M. Snyder, 4
B. Knipp. Row Three: S. Groll,
R. Beck, C. Spencer, E. Gerken,
M. Weber, P. Cordes, K. Leaders,
J. Williamson, B. Fahringer, P.
Leonhardt. Row Four: J. Russell, 1
P. Cline, D. Eickhoff, J. Kruse, I.
Suydam, L. Rohrbaugh, D. Camp- '
bell, J. Musshel, S. Johnson, L.
Grotke, L. Waisner.
Row One J Rettlg V Daman B Hastedt P Relmund K Wheaton J A Huston D Bevelhymer, L. Grotke, J. Fenter, J.
Russell P Clme H Thober, N Parks Row Two J Leaders B Tennery T Delventhal M Lytle, M. Rickenberg, C. Bogert,
M Arps A Knetz J Stough S Cuff M Yocom N Boudreau S Puebesel Row Three: P. Pollom, B. Gilliland, I.
Suydam K Weltzel B Stevens P Cordes L Rettlg R Beck S Upp P Varner E M1ller K. Sonnenberg, K. Palmer. Row
Four D E1Ckh0ff C Morgan L Knepley P Mengermk S Sweyer M Gossman C Small, L. Waisner, S. Walker, V. Von
Seggern S Homan B Kitchen Row Fwe E Gerken B Wa1sner C Dlllon S Walsner J Ernest, L. Debolt, P. Gable, C.
Rlckenberg J Emmel P Ice M Creque Row Szx L Bargman E Moehrman C Spencer, K. Leaders, M. Snyder, J.
'ighlights GAA. Activit Calendar
Each Wednesday after school, members of the
Girl's Athletic Association met under the auspices
of Mrs. Day. With its activities centered around
the motto, "Sports Activity for Every Girl," the
Association provided the opportunity for girls to
participate in soccer, bowling, basketball, volley-
ball, table tennis, archery, golf, softball, badminton,
and tennis. Q
ln addition to sporting activities, on February
14 and 15 the G.A.A. presented to the public its
annual Dance Concert. This year, MBig, Wide, Won-
derful World" was the theme of the gala produc-
tion. Another significant event on the G.A.A. cal-
endar Was the G.A.A. Cotton Ball, '6Sugar in Spicef,
which was a semi-formal dance held April 14. Later
in the spring, the year's activities were culminated .
by the Mother-Daughter Tea. At this gathering
various members were presented with awards in
recognition of their total G.A.A. point accumu-
Dianne Meyer, Presidentg Jo Ann Meter, Secretary, Mrs. Day, Ad-
viser, Bonnie Knipp, Treasurer, Darlene Bevelhymer, Vice President.
Row One: C. Knepley, S. Walker, M. Austermiller, S. Austermiller, J, Williamson, A. Downey, B. Bokerman, J. Hahn, A. Vocke,
M. Stevens, S. Orthwein, D. Meyer, M. Vajen, J. Meter. Row Two: I. Sherman, M. Willeman, G. Vajen, C. Buckenmeyer, J.
Frysinger, R. Westhoven, L. Fetter, R. Freppel, J. Kruse, G. Austermiller, P. Frease, M. Klein, E. Vogel, B. Leatherman, Mrs. Day.
Row Three: K. Egbert, D. Koppenhofer, D. Creager, M. Bischoff, D. Haffey, L. Creque, B. Fruth, M. Cannon, G. Coscarelli, S.
Steward, V. Daman, P. Funchion, C. Schlosser, P. Dennis. Row Four: B. Sieren, M. Poth, C. Shasteen, M. Bockelman, J. Tonjes,
C. Rettig, T. King, B. Yamell, B. Hawkins, C. Fay, S. Lanzer, C. Vogel, R. Young. Row Five: J. Rickenberg, L. Prigge, D.
Fortner, S. Farison, K. Druhot, S. Groll, C. Clay, B. Knipp, M. B. Austermiller, S. Foster, K. Borstelman, A. Genuit, S. Witten-
berg. Row Six: S. Johnson, S. Milliman, G. Weasel, R. Collins, C. Bostelman, E. Pilliod, C. Collier, C. Hockman, T. Witt, P.
Leonhardt, C. Burke, S. Meineke, S. Mossing, S. Overhulse.
French Club Calendar Featar
EL Row One: J. Huston, J. A. Hus-
ton, M. Vajen, S. Cuff, R. Ward.
Row Two: J. Stough, D. Former,
H. Thober, S. Wittenberg.
Row One: P. Cordes, P. Huber, E. Oberhaus, E. Pilliod, J. Stough, S. Cuff, C. Spencer, S. Sweyer, R. Freppel, P. Mengerink,
P. Dennis, M. Mossing. Row Two: A. Vocke, C. Rickenherg, S. Rausch, S. Kolbe, K. Dietrick, J. Farquharson, S. Luehker,
B. Wittenberg, E. Cerken, J. Kruse, C. Buckenmeyer, G. Vajen. Row Three: L. Haas, J. Huston, C. Freeman, B. Fahringer, B.
Esson, C. Lange, P. Saneholtz, D. Michaelis, B. Tennery, A. Knetz, M. Arps, C. Bogert.
'aris in the Springtime, Week
Composed of 110 French students interested in
learning more about the language, culture, and his-
tory of France, the French Club completed its
seventh year as an organization at N.H.S. Early
in the year, Miss Denehy, adviser, gave members
an opportunity to select pen pals living on the
Continent. Throughout the year many members
corresponded in French with their respective pen
P 4'Paris in the Springtimel' week, April 17-21,
was the most memorable event on the club's cal-
endar. During this week members decorated the
halls of N.H.S. with colorful, French-oriented post-
ers and presented a serial to the student body by
means of the P.A. system.
Other activities included the sponsoring of a
post-game dance. Funds received from the dance
were used to purchase the Christmas food baskets
which the club presented to needy families in Henry
County. In May the yearis activities were completed
1 with a picnic held with the J .C.L.
J 0 fieers
Jo Ann Huston, Vice Presidentg Miss Denehy, Adviserg Margo
Vajen, Presidentg Denise Fortner, Secretary, Sue Cuff, Treasurer.
5 , H D. C b ll C. G1' k, S. V D l , M. M'ller, L. Strayer, M. Sauer, C. Espinoza H. Thober, M- D-
iilgegglex Mflllgigh, R. Wrzilidf J,. Scrut: Row T?1I4lo:e1g.elCline, Reimund, S. Wittenberg, J. A. Huston: M. Bockelman,
Creager, C. Hockman, S. Johnson, B. Knipp, S. Savage, D. Handyslde. Row Three.: S. Robbins, R. Mossrng, S. Wittenberg, .
Shasteen, C. Lanzer, H. Fortner, D. Fortner, K. Hahn, S. Foster, M. Lytle, J. W1ll1amSOH, W. Rausch.
ICL. Dons Roman Togoss 1
Row One: J. Schwiebert, K. Weit-
zel, D. Bevelhymer, E. Pilliod,
M. Hoffman. Row Two: M. Fru-
chey, I. Suydam, T. Fahringer.
Row One: N. Boudreau, K. Egbert, C. Small, S. Buckenmeyer. Row Two: L. Mader, F. Westhoven, J. Leaders, E. Pilliod,
T. Witt, C. Dillon, B. Bokerman, C. Collier, A. Helberg, L. Grotke, C. Espinoza, K. Slight, J. Kinney. Row Three: C. Fay,
C. Lange, K. Druhot, T. King, L. Rettig, N. Jones, D. Miller, D. Grieser, M. Fisher, J. Starkey, L. Koppenhofer, S. Glore,
S. Gunter. Row Four: S. Upp, P. Funchion, C. Morgan, C. Mengerink, K. Borstelman, L. Crotke, L. Creque, E. Brink, J.
Zachrich, P. Polker, R. Huner, D. Creager, B. Gilliland. Row Five: I. Suydam, J. Tonjes, B. Hawkins, B. Esson, C. Clay, D.
Gerken, R. Saneholtz, K. Winzeler, M. WiecheTs, R. Freytag, B. Meyers, J. Pfau, S. Bischoff, J. Fahringer, J. Williamson.
Boasting a membership of 106 classical language
enthusiasts, the Junior Classical League enjoyed
an active year under the direction of Mrs. John-
ston. At the formal initiation ceremony in October,
old members donned togas to welcome nearly 50
new students into the club.
With interest running high, the League under-
took many activities, most memorable of which was
the Roman Banquet held in May. At this traditional
banquet, senior members were honored. Other note-
worthy activities included a Christmas party, the
Roman Games, and a spring picnic with the French
Club. ln addition, at the January meeting Mrs.
Johnston showed the slides of her trip to Bulgaria.
As services to the school and community, the
J.C.L. contributed to the WTOD Penny Pitch and
to the '67 "Buckeye". To raise funds necessary for
the completion of their many projects and services,
the club sponsored, two dances during the year.
felcome 50 New Members
Toby Fahringer, Secretary, Isabel Suydam, President, Mrs. John-
ston, Adviser, Darlene Bevelhymer, Vice Presidentg Mike Hoffman,
T P H se C Crotty C Desgranges G Austermiller.
Row One: A. Genuit, E. Moehrman, T. Delventhal, V. Daman. Row wo: . aa , . U , - 1 - u K W .
E. Eberle, M. Hoffman, D. Wiechers, M. Crahan, T. Fahy, R. Shaver, D. Collier, T. McGill, D. FICYYHSF Row Three- BE
zel, J. Sonnenherg, S. Chester, M. B. Austermiller, R. Collins, S. Johnson, C. Hockman, D.. Johnston, S. Austermxl er, k.
Young, J. Russell, S. Milliman. Row Four: C. Gorey, B. Hastedt, D. Haffey, Daman, B. Knxpp, L. Westhoven, R. Imbroc ,
J. Davis, E. Willeman, M. Holers, S. Foster, L. Desgranges. Row Five: T. Fahrlnger, J. Schwiebert, .H. Fortner, D. Bevelhymgr
R. Dietrick, D. Fortner, G. Zimmerman, M. Bischoff, M. Fruchey, R. Von Devlen, B. Small, J. Hustwlck, B. Whltaker, D. Wac t
man, T. Sehlmeyer, T. Beck, M. Walters.
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Sitting: Terry Witt, Marsha Snyder, Bebe Bokerman. Standing:
Linda Rettig, Nancy Parks, Isabel Suydam, Mary Dell Austermiller,
Karen Leaders, Judy Neuhauser, Peggy Cordes.
oir Produces Assembli
Peggy Cordes, President, Bebe Bokerman, Vice-Presi-
dent, Mr. Lassen, Advisor, Marsha Snyder, Secre-
tary-Treasurerg Linda Bargman, Student Council
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Row One: K. Prigge, P. Greenhagen, T. Witt, L. Rettig, N. Boudreau, P. Cordes, K. Leaders, P. Brown, N. Parks. Row Two:
B. Sieren, L. Hill, R. Westhoven, B. Wachtman, B. Waisner, C. Eberle, A. Vocke, J. Hahn, L. Long. Row Three: J. Schmidt,
C. Rickenberg, R. Young, M. Poth, E. Miller, L. Knepley, K. Dishop, T. Delventhal, B. Tennery. Row Four: I. Suydam, M.
Snyder, J. Ernest, A. Bremer, T. Corwin, J. Fruth, D. Boudreau, J. Small, J. Small, R. Reichert, R. Rodriquez.
hristmas Concert, Variety Show
Row One: E. Eberle, M. Fisher, B. Rohrbaugh, C. Glick, C. Lange, C. Freeman, P. Miller, B.
Mitchell, C. Desgranges, B. Dotson, F. Gonzales. Row Two: C. Greenhagen, M. Weber, J.
Gessner, N. Saxton, N. Hoffman, B. Wittenberg, N. Miller, P. Panning, J. Prigge, L. Bargman,
N. Pedraza. Row Three: D. Grieser, P. Haase, R. Barton, R. Von Deylen, M. Bergstedt, J.
Mohler, D. Yarnell, D. Neuhauser, R. Lambert, S. Creager, D. Wiseman, E. Rodriquez.
Row One: B. Bokerman, L. Bargman, J. Neuhauser, M. Rickenberg, S. Wittenberg, M. Yocom, B. Fruth, S. Farison. Row
Two: N. Notage, P. Pollorn, D. Miller, L. Holbrook, R. Hopkins, B. Eberle, B. Frausto, K. Vold, D. Koppenhofer. Row Three:
D. Langford, D. Wagner, D. Retcher, S. Steward, A. Downey, L. Nartker, B. Klein, J. Rickenberg, L. Creque. Row Four: J.
Rettig, S. Waisner, R. Prater, B. Floyd, E. Degler, L. Keith, J. Saxton, R. Goodman, J. Conn, N. Hawkins.
Row One: D. Small, M. Koppenhofer, R. Pruett, G. Schuette, G. Cochran, T. Small,
M. Hofiman. Row Two: J. Walker, D. Campbell, P. Leonhardt, I. Suydam, J. Retcher,
S. Johnson, L. Egbert.
Row One: B. Leatherman, B. Mahnke, S. Mohler, L. Rohrbaugh, B. Yarnell, M. Bock-
elman, B. Snyder, V. Helberg, M. Klein, V. Daman. Row Two: C. Rettig, L. Mader,
M. B. Austermiller, T. King, K. Sonnenberg, P. Funchion, C. Schlosser,- P. Gable, M.
Vajen. Row Three: J. Eberle, K. Palmer, P. Saneholtz, C. Morgan, W. Stanton, L.
Johnston, C. Warnimont, D. Michaelis, L. Haas, S. Gunter, S. Overhulse. Row Four:
S. Glore, V. Daman, C. Hockman, K. Hahn, S. Waisner, C. Buckenxneyer, K. Weitzel,
B. Gilliland, M. Lytle, L. Grotke, B. Hawkins.
At the last football game, senior band
members honor Director Roger King.
Row One: G. Austermiller, D. Gerken, S. Luebker, L. Koppenhofer, J. Frysinger, G.
Vajen, D. Eberle. Row Two: R. Collins, E. Moehrman, P. Dennis, J. Emrnel, D. John-
ston, K. Clady. Row Three: J. Tonjes, C. Bogert, S. Meineke, M. Austermiller, G. Ru-
dolph, S. Von Deylen, B. Cordes. Row Four: L. Debolt, L. Gardiner, M. Willeman.
D. Fortner, S. Milliman, B. Bokerman, G. Weasel, B. Stevens, E. Pilliod, R. Frease, J.
Hahn, K. McVetta, I. Sherman, B. Bishop, A. Knetz, B. Fahringer.
Row One: L. Brubaker, R. Freppel, S. Sweyer, P. Frease, D. Palmer, T. Wertz, C.
Collier, R. Cordes. Row Two: S. Cuff, D. Samlow, R. Weber, S. Chester, K. Egbert,
S. Groll, C. Bostelman. R. Ward, R. Beck. Row Three: F. Rathge, M. Arps, D. Bevelhy-
mer, Mr. King, J. Franz, K. Steward, M. Rothgery, R. Plummer. A
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Row One: F. Winseman, S. Foster, E. Gerken, L. Von Deylen, B. Knipp, D. Bevelhymer,
I T. Bergstedt. Row Two: J. Fahringer, R. Reimund, J. Tonjes, K. Slight, J. Rohrs, D.
Zachrich, Raw Three: S. Upp, J. Huddle, J. Schwiebert, J. Huston, N. Hawkins, T.
Rohrs, L. Helberg, G. Harmon. Row Four: J. Pfau, J. Brubaker, L. Westhoven, C.
Gebhardt, G. Haas, G. Westhoven.
Senior members provide leadership for
144-piece N.H.S. Band.
Row One: B. Frausto, L. Holbrook, F. Gonzalez, L. Willeman, J. Cessner, T Murko, L. Rohrbaugh, D. Retcher, D. Wagner,. L.
Hill, L. Cramer, S. Walker, P. Pollom, B. Fmth, N. Pedraza. Row Two: S. Riebesel, M. Junge, D. Koppenhofer, J. ZHChl'lChv
N. Blasingim, J. Schmidt, P. Creenhagen, K. Fruth, C. Espinoza, K. Hollstein, S. Prigge, B. Snyder, B. Bishop, C. Retcher, R.
Young, B. Waisner. Row Three: J. Long, M. Klein, M. Poth, E. Degler, D. Sines, K. Delventhal, C. Warnimont, J. Tonges, D.
Johnston, W. Stanton, N. Saxton, B. Dotson, L. Bargman, C. Creenhagen, M. Weber, M. Rickenberg. Rauf Four: English, N.
Notage, K. Palmer, N. Gerken, D. Eberle, J. Retcher, J. Ernest, S. Orthwein, L. Sines, M. Stevens, J. Rettig, B. Klein, J. Ricken-
berg, P. Ice, N. Hoffman, B. Rohrbaugh, P. Panning, Mrs. Russell.
FHA. Plans, Promotes Style Show
With Mrs. F. Russell as adviser, the Future
Homemakers of America met the third Tuesday of
each month to undertake activities which exempli-
fied the club's purpose: the improvement of each
member's personal, family, and community living.
April 26 marked the date of the annual Style
Show, the most outstanding event on the club's
calendar. With their mothers in attendance, mem-
bers modeled clothing which they had made during
Other activities at the monthly meetings con-
sisted of a Halloween party, a Christmas party, two
social picnics, and a panel discussion entitled,
"Morals and Manners." Also, at the March meeting,
the Reverend W. Egbert spoke to the group.
Besides the clubls local meetings, many members
attended the Fall County Rally in Hamler and the
Spring County Rally in McClure. Representing
Napoleon High School at the State F .H.A. Meeting
held in Columbus April 7-8 were seven locally-
Row 0ne: M. Rickenberg, President, B. Waisner, Vice-President,
S. Walker, Secretary, K. Palmer, Treasurer. Row Two: K. Delventhal,
N. Blasingim, Recreation Leaders, B. Fruth, Historian, Mrs. Russell,
J. Rettig, Parliamentarian, JI Ernest, News Reporter.
Debaters Gain Skill, Experience
Concentrating on a rebuilding program,
the Debate Team worked throughout the
year to develop the fundamental skill and
technique required for competition in
formal debate and individual events. To
gain practical experience, the 15 debaters
entered tournaments at Start, Perrysburg,
Sylvania, and Fostoria. Also, Miss Alberts,
adviser, arranged two exchange debates
Marianne Bischoff and Debbie Creager,
affirmative, and Darlene Bevelhymer and
Liz Neville, negative, composed the Varsity
Debate Team while Doug Daniels, Heather
Fortner, Cindy Gorey, Peggy Haase, and
Sandy Von Deylen competed in the novice
division. Participating in individual events
were Cathy Bogert, Doug Daniels, Jeff De-
tray, Denise Fortner, Terri King, and
Row One: M. Vajen, C. Gorey, D. Daniels, D.
Creager, P. Haase, D. Fortner, Miss Alberts. Row
Two: C. Bogert, M. Bischoff, D. Bevelhymer, S.
Von Deylen, T. King, H. Fortner.
Librar lub Reeovers ld Books
Recovering many of the worn books of
the school library was one of the significant
contributions of the service-minded Li-
brary Club. Meeting the first Tuesday of
eachmonth, the 22 members also made
posters and book covers for display on
the various bulletin boards in the halls.
Working diligently under the direction of
Mrs. Jones, the club compiled bibliography
lists as still another service.
Aside from the above projects, a spring
picnic was held for the membership. On
Recognition Day all members were pre-
sented awards based on the number of
years of service in the organization.
Row One: B. Leatherman, Secretaryg K. Sonnen-
berg, Presidentg D. Haffeyg J. Eberleg C. Dillong
K. Delventhalg B. King. Row Two: M. Poth,
Vice-Presidentg K. Palmer, Treasurerg M. .lungeg
E. Eberleg J. Carpenterg C. Desgranges. Row
Three: Mrs. Jones, Adviserg D. Hooverg E.
Deglerg N. Blasingimg D. Retcherg D. Wagner.
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Row One: S. Kenning, R. Latta, F. Winseman, R. Barton. Raw Two: W. Miller, D. Williams, J. Wallischeck, B. Meyer, T. Ger-
deman. Row Three: Mr. Freeman, T. Schnitkey, B. Stephey, T. Rausch, J. Huddle, L. Helberg, N. Slagle, Mr. Hetrick, Mr.
IA. Club Visits Chicago Museum
With membership open to any boy interested in
learning more about the various techniques in-
volved in the field of industrial arts, the Industrial
Arts Club met the third Tuesday of each month. In
addition to the regularly scheduled meetings on
Monday evenings members were allowed to use
the shop facilities to pursue individual interests.
Throughout the year, each of the 12 members
worked on many different shop projects. Exam-
ples of such projects included the building of
cedar chests, T.V. stands, picnic tables, and gun
racks. Assisting the boys in their work were in-
dustrial arts instructors Mr. Freeman, Mr. Het-
rick, and Mr. Stuckey.
In the spring the club journeyed to Chicago to
visit the Museum of Science and Industry. There
members viewed the methods of industry as they
are practically applied. To raise the necessary rev-
enue to defray the expenses of the year's activities,
the club sponsored a post-game dance.
Row One: John Wallischeck, Presidentg Walter Miller, Vice Pres-
identg Steven Kenning, Treasurer. Row Two: Mr. Stuckey, Mr. Het-
rick, Mr. Freeman, Advisers. Not pictured-John Huddle, Secretary.
D.E.C.A. Gamers District Berths
Composed of 15 members from the Dis-
tributive Education Class, the Napoleon
Chapter of the Distributive Education Clubs
of America met weekly to train its members
in marketing and distribution.
During the week of February 6-11, each
member worked on a window display in a
downtown store. Steve Bischoff's display
received the first-place award.
February 15 marked the date of the Dis-
trict II D.E.C.A. contests held in Bowling
Green. Seven Napoleon students received
recognition for their performances in dis-
trict competition. Sandy Orthwein and Don-
na Soals Went on to represent the Napoleon
Chapter at the state contests. Mr. Flory
served as adviser for the group.
Row One: S. Kruse, L. Sines, D. Soals, S. Orth-
wein, Vice-President, P. Polker, Mr. Flory, ad-
yiser. Row Two: S. Bischoff, President, J. Brown-
mg, D. Davis, G. Schmidt, J. Collier, J. Heaston,
Treasurer, R. Meinen, Secretary, G. Hoover.
VIC. Journeys to tate Capitol
Consisting of 27 members from the Di-
versified Cooperative Training Class, the
Napoleon Chapter of the Vocational-Indus
trial Clubs of America met periodically un-
der the guidance of Mr. Mossing ffirst
semesterj and Mr. Snyder second se-
One of the major activities undertaken
by the club was a trip to Columbus to
observe the state legislature in session. Also,
late in April the members sponsored their
annual Employer-Employee Banquet.
As services, the V.l.C. contributed to
the Napoleon Red Cross and the '67 'Truck-
eyew. Funds for club projects were raised
by the sponsoring of a post-game dance.
Row One: M. Eberle, L. Hernandez, S. Bru-
baker, G. Oberhaus, R. Crawford, G. Buehrer.
Row Two: R. Katon, Vice-President, L. Long, B.
Sonnenberg, L. Huener, E. Miller, G. Cuelde,
G. Franz. Row Three: T. Speiser, President, W.
Hardy, F. Philpot, N. Thomas, J. King, Mr.
Snyder, Adviser. Row Four: H. Beech, Secretary-
Treasurer, F. Freet, E. Wilhelm, J. Stover, E.
Lloyd, L. Blasingim.
Early in the year, Mr. Johnson, principal, chose
16 girls to serve as hall monitors. Selection was
based on the availability of a free period and on
the willingness of each individual to serve. During
every period throughout the day, monitors were
stationed in both the first and second floor halls
of the main building.
Greeting and aiding visitors was one of the
main duties assumed by this group. They also per-
formed many errands within the school for the
faculty and administration. Constituting another
area of responsibility was the collection and dis-
tribution of the absence lists.
Kneeling: Bebe Bokemtan, Sue Austermiller. Sitting: Judy Neu-
hauser. Standing: Mary Sue Cannon, Shirley Johnson, Peg Cordes,
Susie Walker, Nancy Parks. Row Two: Gloria Coscarelli, Ann
Vocke, Linda Bargman, Cheryl Knepley, Dianne Meyer, Edith Vogel,
Terry Witt, Mary Dell Austermiller.
During their free periods throughout the year,
the 16 members of the Projectionist Club showed
over 230 16mm films in the classrooms of N.H.S.
As an additional aid to both the faculty and the
student body, the projectionists also operated tape
recorders and set up slide projectors, record play-
Kneeling: Dan Westhoven, Steve Robbins, Ted Rohrs, Jim Stevens,
Vic Rohrbaugh, Robert Gallagher, Terry Brubaker, Jim Fruth.
Standing: Jim Schueler, Mark Kruse, Bill Whitaker, Ken Witte,
John Franz, Larry Egbert, Gary Delventhal, Mr. Flory.
Three senior secretarial students from the Office Practice
Class were selected early in the year and given the opportunity
to gain practical office experience by aiding Mrs. Hathaway
in the principal's office. Some of the tasks involved in the
daily routine of the office help staff included preparing ab-
sence lists, posting student attendance records, answering tele-
phones, typing, and operating mimeograph and ditto machines.
Working in an actual office situation, the students were able
to obtain the self-confidence, good judgment, and sense of re-
sponsibility necessary for the development of a competent sec-
ers, and other audio-visual equipment.
Frequently, school clubs and community organi-
zations were provided with similar services. Mr.
Flory, adviser of the group, supervised the shipping
and receiving of films and trained members in
the operation of the audio-visual equipment.
Sitting: Marsha Snyder. Standing: Jean Emest, Joyce
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Row One: Tom McColley, Ron Andrews, Neal Thomas, Rick Katon, Bob Fruchey, Dud Reiser, Tim Betts, Wilbur Sonnenberg,
Ron ReBeau, Jerry Nagel. Row Two: Rich Alarid, John Heckler, Bill Small, Tony Young, Tom Fry, Mark Fruchey, Terry Bru-
baker, Phil Fronce, Randy Freytag, Jim Stevens, Dave Helberg. Row Three: Dan Gerdeman, Tony Walker, Ray Saneholtz,
John Downey, Karl Winzeler, Jess Gregory, Roger Dietrich, Ron Wenner, Jack Spangler, Tom Gerdeman, Greg Zimmerman.
Row Four: Steve Wittenberg, Mike Borstelman, Bill Meyers, Gary Sloan, Rich Former, Bob Fortner, Rick Mossing, Mike
Weichers, Bill Shadle, Steve Robbins, Denny Westhoven. Row Five: Tom Gallagher, Tom Beck, Jim Newell, Tom Zachrich,
Jim Hustwick, Tony Corwin, Bill Whitaker, Wayne Rausch, Jim Meyer. Missing: Bill Vocke, Craig Leitner, Richard Kline.
Capture WUAL Title
Managers Neal Slagle, Roger Latta, and Rich Bartell check
over uniforms in the varsity equipment room.
Seniors Tim Betts C855 and Wilbur Sonnenberg 1731 lead Wildcats
onto Loose Field before crucial Swanton game.
John Downey lunges for extra yardage in Liberty game.
Halfhack Terry Brubaker listens attentively as
Coach Buckenmeyer explains game strategy.
Following an interception, :defensive halfback
Jerry Nagel streaks around a Delta player.
jjfense Clicks for 2 2 Pointsg
JOHN HECKLER RICK KATON TIM BETTS
Offensive End Defensive End Offensive End
RON ANDREWS BOB FRUCHEY
All-League Defensive Co-Captain
Guard All-League Defensive
WILBUR SONNENBERG RON ReBEAU NEAL THOMAS
Offensive Tackle Offensive Tackle All-League Offensive Tackle
De ense Yields Unly 72 Points
RICH ALARID JERRY NAGEL
Defensive Halfback Defensive Halfback
DUD REISER TOM McCOLLEY
C0-Captain All-League Defensive
All-League Honorable Linebacker
RON WEN NER JIM STEVENS JESS GREGORY
Junior Junior Junior
All-League Offensive All-League Defensive All-League Defensive
Guard Tackle End
966 Cats Stress Team Effort
Rich Alarid, defensive halfback, intercepts a Liberty
Center aerial, intended for Tiger end Terry Miller
Digging hard, fullback Bob Fruchey picks up
long yardage before being caught by a Defiance
Ha1fback'Terry Brubaker rambles for 30 yards and a touch-
down against Liberty Center.
Defensive stalwarts Terry Brubaker C221 and Tom McC01ley
fhiddenb make a jolting tackle on Liberty's John Sharpe.
Bottom Row: Allen Rohda, Terry Huston, Bob Meyer, Pat Jastal, Keith Weirauch, Doug Kauss. Top Row Norm Robda
Gary Orthwein, Tom Helberg, Ken Weirauch, Gary Bostelman, Coach Weaner.
ap Harriers Finish trong
Coach Weaner starts top runners Pat Jastal and Dolig
Kauss on a two-mile run.
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Napoleon, . 15, ohoon Oakwood . . . .
Napoleon, . 39, ntotnon Lima, Shawnee .
Napoleon .... 20. .notn QttaWa . .n . . .
Napoleon. . . .30 l7 t Qefiance . . .
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Anthony iWayne Invitational . fe'e . .
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: John Heckler, Gary Bostelman, Henry Beech, Andy Noel, Cary Sloan Bob Meyer Rlch
Alarid, .lohn Huddle, Ray Saneholtz, Bill Whitaker, Jess Gregory, Coach Church.
Cagers Post 12-6 Season late
Team Statistics A A Basketball Scoreboard
76. . E
TOTAL OFFENSE 1184 ptsQ
TOTAL DEFENSE 6. . . 7. 1046lptsi
Leading Scorer .... less Gregory
Leading Rebounder ,lohn Heckler
Napoleon E 5.2
Delta . 5.2
Wauseon y 3.4
Liberty Center 2-5
Bryan A 2.5
Napoleon. 7. . .61
Napoleon... . .59
Napoleon. y. . .72
Napoleon .... 73
Napoleon. E. . .42
Napoleon... . .94
Napoleon. . . .64
Napoleon .... 66
Napoleon .... 55
Napoleon .... 45
Napoleon .... 80
Napoleon .... 74
Napoleon .... 58
Napoleon. E. . .62
Napoleon .... 76
Napoleon .... 69
Napoleon. Q . .58'l
Liberty A Center'
Wauseon E. . . . .
Swanton . . .
Fairview . . .
Archbold . . .
Perrysburg . . .
Bryan . . . g .
Springfield . . .
Defiance . 1 . .
League Recognizes 4 Wildcats
6' 1" Junior Guard
All-League Honorable Mention
6' 5" Junior Center
All-League lst Team
5' 11" Senior Guard
All-League Honorable Mention
JOHN HECKLER HENRY BEECH
6' 4" Senior Forward 6' 0" Senior Forward
A11-League 2nd Team
Cats Finish 2nd In WOAL
High-stepping Henry Beech drives past the
outstretched arm of a Fairview foe.
.less Gregory demonstrates the aggressive-
ness which netted him an All-League berth.
Rich Alarid drives past three defenders for a score.
Stretching toward the basket, Gary Bostelman completes a
base-line drive which resulted in another Wildcat field goal.
Eyeing the basket, versatile forward John Heckler begins to
maneuver around a close-guarding Wauseon defender.
Row One: .lim Meyer, Larry Brown, Ken Weirauch, Rick Mossing. Row Two: Mike Borstelman, B111 Whltaker Coach Ber
nicke, Steve Rohrs, Tom Helberg.
fcwees Displa Scoring Punch
Reserve stalwarts Mike Borstelman and Larry
Brown are instructed by Coach Bernicke.
Napoleon. . let
Montpelier . . .
'Defiance Q . .
Paulding . . . . . .
Archbold . . .
Perrysburg h . , .
Bryan . . ,rrt 4. .
Liberty Center .
Sprmgfleld L. . .
Row One: Dick Wiechers, Rob Rohrbaugh, Tony Walker, Leo Shondell, Dan Westhoven, Rich Fortner. Row Two. Gary West
hoven,- Terry Brubaker, Mary Fruchey, John Downey, Neal Thomas, Coach Schie.
Matmen Seize League Crown
103-Dick Wiechers KNWOAL 3rdJ
112--Rob Rohrhaugh KNWOAL Champ, Sectional
finalist, District qualifierj
120-Tony Walker QNWOAL Champj
127-Leo Shondell CNWOAL 5thj
133-Dan Westhoven CNWOAL Champ, Sectional
finalist, District qualifierl
138-Rich Fortner CNWOAL Champ, Sectional finalist,
145-Gary Westhoven QNWOAL-4-th, Sectional-4thl
154-Terry Brubaker QNWOAL-2nd, Sectional-Srdl
165-Mark Fruchey CNWOAL-4th, Sectional-4thl
175-John Downey QNWOAL Champ, Sectional finalist,
District qualifierl V
Hvywt.-Neal Thomas KNWOAL Champ, Sectional-3rdl
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Napoleon . . .15
Montpelier . .
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Wanseon . . . .
Gold Medal Tournament-2nd
NWOAL League Tournament--lst
Wildcats Seat our In District
En route to a gold medal, John Downey
1175 poundsb presses his advantage against
a Perrysburg foe.
Sophomore Rich Former 1138 poundsl receives congratulations
from his teammates following a hard-fought victory in the Montpelier
1967 NWOAL Wildcat medalists include: Kneeling-Rob Rohr'
baugh, Tony Walker, Rich Fortnerg Standing-Dan Westhoven,
John Downey, Neal Thomas.
Senior Dan Westhoven C133 poundsl man-
euvers for a take-down early in his Ayers-
Heavyweight Neal Thomas exerts the maximum effort required for a pinning combination.
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Row One: Jim Stevens, Jess Gregory, Dave
Norm Rhoda, Henry Beech, Tom Gerdeman.
Dietrich, Tony Young, John Downey, Terry
Bill Shadle, Doug Kauss, Tony Walker, Bob
Gold Medal Relays Queen
Napoleon . .
Helberg, John Heckler, Ron Andrews, Jerry Nagel, Gary Oberhaus, Terry Huston,
Row Two: Randy Freytag, Greg Zimmerman, Mark Fruchey, Todd Elliott, Roger
Brubaker, Phil Fronce, Pat Jastal, Warren Williams. Row Three: Bill Whitaker,
Fortner, Bill Meyers, Steve Wittenberg, Cary Sloan, Steve Rohrs, John Fronce,
Denny Westhoven. Row Four: Coach Buckenmeyer, Dick Bartell, Carl Burk, Mike Wiechers, Keith Weirauch, Allen Rohda,
Gary Orthwein, Ken Weirauch, Larry Brown, Steve Hogrefe, Steve Cramer, Coach Schie.
Post Undefeated late
Gold Medal Relays ....
Defiance . . . 37
Archbold . . . 43
Swanton . . 4 . 43
Tinora ..... 38V3
Fayette ..... 32
Bryan ...... 24
Montpelier . . 36Mg
Liberty Center 22
Bryan ...... 39
Maumee .... 47
Wauseon . . . 54V2
Delta ...... 14
Archbold . . . 30
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NWOAL Track Meet . .
MARY DELL AUSTERMILLER
NWOAL Track Queen
Pat .lastal strains for the final step of
his victorious 880-yard run.
Sprinter Bill Meyers kicks hard as he successfully outdistances
three opponents in the 440-yard dash.
Senior Co-Captain Dave Helberg grimaces
as he wins the Gold Medal 100-yard
dash in record time.
Maintaining his balance and form, John Heckler watches
his discus sail 131 feet in the Liberty Center meet.
Jerry Nagel, Senior Co-Captain, anchors Napoleon's shuddle
relay team to a victory in the Gold Medal Relays.
Napoleon ........ 9 Deshler ..... .
Napoleon ........ 5 Deshler . . . .
Napoleon ..... 0 Ayersville . . .
Napoleon ....... 11 Montpelier . .
Napoleon ..... 5 Tinora .......
Napoleon ........ 8 Tinora .........
Napoleon ........ 8 Bowling Green . . .
Napoleon ........ 4 Wauseon .......
Napoleon ........ 4 Liberty Center . . .
Napoleon ........ O Defiance .......
Napoleon ....... 14 Ottawa-Glandorf . .
Napoleon ........ 3 Ottawa-Glandorf . .
Napoleon ........ 7 Fairview .......
Napoleon ........ 3 Delta ....
Napoleon ........ 8 Bryan . . .
Napoleon ........ 1 Defiance . .
Napoleon ..... 4 Archbold . . .
Napoleon ..... 7 Holgate . .
Napoleon ....... 15 McClure . .
Napoleon ........ 5 Swanton . .
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Walllsffheck, Jlm Meyer. Row Two: Coach Sasaki, Dave Harmon, Ray Saneholtz, Ron Wenner, Cary Bostelman, Mike Borstel-
man, Jim Koehler, Vlc Rohrhaugh, Dick Fisher, Louis Hernandez, Coach Shinn.
Row One: Mike Hoffman, Mike Holers, Rick Mossing, Gary Cerken, Andy Noel, Greg Schuette, Karl Winzeler. Row Two
Jeff Small, Ijynn Brubaker, Doug Nutter, Coach Bemicke, Jim Freytag, Jim Newell, Mike Rothgery.
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Andy Noel demonstrates his chipping stance for
Coach Bernicke and teammate Rick Mossing.
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,Napoleon .... 10 Swanton . . .
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garton. Row Two: D. Yarnell, R. Lambert, G. Gerken, H. Wiechers, S. Durbin, D. Yocom, B. Hoover, D. Snyder, F. Gomez,
1966-1967 FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Row One' Chris
Young. Row Two: Mary Mossing, Anh Helberg: Row T
Three: Debbie Campbell, Cheri Freeman, Janis Huston.
Row One: R. Downey, F. Gomez, L. Westhoven, T. Cerdeman, D. Yarnell, M. Witt T. Baughman, S. Durbin, C. Frysinger, B.
Snyder, Row Two: D. Wiechers, T. Eberle, B. Fruth, H. Wiechers, D. Yocum, D. Wachtman, E. Rodriquez. Row Three: Coach
Sasaki, L. Shondell, R. Bostelman, E. E M. H l ' '
vans, o ers, D. Hoover, G. ReBeau, S. Swanson, D. Colller R. Barton, Coach Shmn.
220 Attend Boosters Banquet
Speaker Tony Mason, University of Michigan line coach,
views his opinion on the "makings of an All-American."
Athletic award winners Jphn Heckler, Dud Reiser, Dave Helberg,
and Rich Ala.rid pose with Booster President Charles Ireland.
Approximately 220 athletes, senior band members, cheerleaders,
coaches, and parents enjoyed steak dinners at the banquet.
Booster Lyman Zimmerman presents Mr. Johnson
with a recognition plaque on behalf of the "N" Club.
Bang uet Highlights
Napoleon Boosters sponsored the twenty-first an-
nual Boosters Banquet on Tuesday, April 18, in the
high school cafeteria. Approximately 220 athletes,
senior band members, cheerleaders, coaches, and
parents were present to hear the guest speaker,
Tony Mason, praise Napoleon's undefeated foot-
ball team and speak on "What Makes An All-
Americanv. Booster awards based on athletic ex-
cellence in various .fsports went to Rich Alarid,
John Heckler, Dave Helberg, and Dud Reiser, and
Assistant Superintendent John L. Johnson received
a plaque from the "N" Club in recognition of his
contributions to Napoleonls athletic program.
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Reserve cheerleaders Peggy Cline, Sue Mossing, Debbie Eickhoff, Jo Ann Meter, and Jane Kruse practice their cheers before
the first football game of the season.
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Senior football players join in the spirited cheering at the pep session before the Archbold foot-
ball game. Row One: Jerry Nagel, Dud Reiser. Bob Fruchey, Ron Andrews. Row Two: Neal
Thomas, Wilbur Sonnenberg, Rick Katon.
Riding on Larry Egbert's hearse at the annual Snake Qance, varsity
V athletes arouse support for a football victory over Defiance.
Stimulating enthusiasm at the pep session preceding the
Liberty Center football game, Nap cheerleaders swarm
over the hapless "villain," Mr. Fruchey.
Cat basketball fans urge their team to victory. Row One: Cheri
Glick, Luann Rex, Beth Koppenhofer. Row Two: Vicki Helberg,
Mary Messing, Sandy Buckenmeyer, Nancy Jones.
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The jubilant atmosphere of the locker room depicts the feel-
ings of the football team after the final game of their unde-
Student Council President Dud Reiser pre-
sents Mr. Johnson, principal of N.H.S. for
the past sixteen years, a plaque of apprecia-
Cheerleaders .lane Kruse, .loyce Fenter, and Sue
Austermiller carry Mr. Shinn in his rickshaw to Spirit for the Liberty Center game.
the center of the gym floor for his. pep talk before
the Wauseon game.
Reserve cheerleaders lead the students in the fight song to raise
Intramurals Foster Competition
Fast-breaking Mike Hoffman drives past John Pfau.
Dick Fisher strains for a rebound above the outstretched hands of
Bill Small with Wayne Rausch and Ken Steward defending.
Terry Huston, captain of Bird's Bombers, lines up a foul
shot as referee Ken Neville and Mike Hoffman watch.
Family pride is at stake as cousins Tom and
Steve McColley battle to control a tip.
Grasping hands belonging to Bob Former, Pat
Jastal, and John Downey fight for a rebound.
Sue Upp drives past Darlene Bevelhymer in an effort to make
a White Angel field goal.
Susie Walker, captain of the White Angels, and Dianne
Meyer, captain of the Blue Devils, confer with the
referees Mrs.'Day and Mrs. Omler before the game.
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Row One: Sandy Buckenmeyer, Peggy Funchion, Kris Wheaton, Shirley Milliman, Paula Brown, Susie Walker, Dianne Meyer,
Karen Sonnenberg, Esther Miller, Sandy Croll, Renee Freppel, Ann Downey. Row Two: Susan Upp, Jane Kruse, Bonnie Knipp,
Penny Pollom, Cheri Freeman, Isabel Suydam, Heather Fortner, Darlene Bevelhymer, Joyce Fenter, Jane Musshel, Janice Huston,
Isabel Suydam, captain of the Blue Devils, and Joyce
Fahringer, captain of the White Angels, pause before the
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White Angel Jean Russell successfully hits the ball over the
net as fellow teammates Renee Freppel, Darlene Bevelhymer,
and Toni Delventhal watch.
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Row One: Janis Huston, Mary Mossing, Jo Ann Huston, Karen Sonnenherg, Peg Funchion, Ann Downey, Sandy Groll, Joyce
Fenter, Susie Walker, Gwen Vajen, Jo Ann Meter, Renee Freppel. Row Two: Pat Reimund, Kris Wheaton, Peg Cline, Sue
klpp, Pam Leonhardt, Isabel Suydam, Joyce Fahringer, Heather Fortner, Darlene Bevelhymer, .lean Russell, Toni Delventhal,
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ball as her teammates watch. Pam Mengerink pause before their match.
Andrea Knetz, Linda Prigge, Sue Upp, and Toni Delventhal
practice before beginning their ping-pong match.
Janis Huston balances on the parallel bars as assistant
instructor Hermine Thoher looks on.
The golf class watches Marianne Bischoff as she demon-
strates her stance and swing.
Miss Karen Leaders, the 1966 Homecoming Queen, reigns supreme
over all the evening activities.
With the Napoleon High School Marching Band providing the music, the Homecoming parade
becomes an event of added color and gaiety.
Climaxing the pre-game ceremony is the Coronation of the 1966 Homecoming Queen, Miss Karen
For Jean, October 21 is a very special day, one of
excitement and honor.
The moment that Nancy has anticipated for days
has finally arrived.
Sophomore attendant, Rita Westhoven, waves a cheery
greeting to the crowd.
A memorable evening of ceremony and tradition awaits
Mary, freshman attendant.
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Juniors capture first place with "Let's Seal A Victory."
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"Jump Over B.G. and Pocket A Victory," the senior con-
tribution, snags third.
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Second place goes to the sophomores and "Happiness Is
A Nap Victory".
Freshmen win fourth place with "B.G.'s Time Is Run-
A Trul Memorable Event
Will we ever forget that memorable day, October 21, 1966, when the 22nd annual Homecoming was ob-
served? Enhanced by balmy weather, the 1966 Homecoming Parade once again initiated the Homecoming
festivities. Featured in the colorful parade were the class floats, the N.H.S. Marching Band, and radiant
Queen Karen Leaders and her regal court. An added attraction of this yearis parade was the appearance of the
cheerleaders in Larry Egbert's 1940 hearse.
Immediately preceding the evening gridiron battle between the Napoleon Wildcats and the Bowling Green
Bobcats was the traditional coronation ceremony. After the queen and attendants had beenescorted by their
respective fathers across Loose Field, Mr. E. A. Wheaton, new Superintendent of Napoleon City Schools,
crowned Miss Karen Leaders Homecoming Queen 1966. Queen Karen and her court then took their places
on the royal throne and awaited the opening kickoff.
After a first half of fine football, the N.H.S. Marching Band presented a special half-time show which,
for the first time, accented the dance theme, "Under the Sweetheart Tree." Upon the Band's recession from
the field, the first place float was announced. Elation and disappointment were reflected in many faces as the
industrious juniors garnered top honors with the theme, "Let's Seal UpaVictory".
During the exciting second half, the Nap eleven
forged ahead to a 24-16 lead. The eight point bulge
was nearly insufficient as B.G.'s Tom Vogtberger
brought the crowd to their feet with a near touchdown
run in the final 30 seconds. However, Bob Fruchey's
tackle on the 15-yard line gave the Wildcats their sev-
enth straight victory.
Having as a theme, "Under t.he Sweetheart Tree,"
the Homecoming Dance climaxed the evening's activ-
ities. With the gym decorated quite appropriately and
with soft music furnished by John Hartman and his
band, the atmosphere was one of joy and excitement.
Finally, the attendants gracefully made their entrance.
Smiling and composed, Queen Karen, escorted by Dave
Helberg, followed her royal court and led the Grand
March, another added attraction of Homecoming '66.
Who can say the 1966 Homecoming was not a truly
Queen Karen and Dave Helberg officially begin
the 1966 Homecoming Dance with the traditional
Jerry Lange, Cindy Buckenmeyer, Marsha Willeman, and
Dan Westhoven enjoy the festive atmosphere of "Under
the Sweetheart Tree."
While dancing, the royal court and their escorts seem to be engrossed
in the melodious music of John Hartman's Band.
Juniors Present H ilario
Row One: Miss Alberts, D. Fortner, T. King, G. Overmier, E. Nevill, D. Bevelhymer, P. Cline, T. Elliott, D. Creager, M.
Bockelman, M. Austermiller, B. Lefler. Row Two: S. Farison, C. McCol1ey, D. Haffey, J. Stevens, M. Kruse, G, Cochran, G.
Haas, J. Walker, T. Small, D. Bevelhymer, J. Tonjes, J. Fenter. Row Three: M. Walters, J. Russell, S. Foster, B. Yarnell, B.
Cordes, S. Croll, N. Kruse, V. Daman, J. Rettig, C. Shasteen, B. Sieren, R. Young, L. Fahringer.
Life with father isn't always "smooth sailing," at least not for
father, Mike Walters, or mother, Denise Fortner.
Peggy Cline and Todd Elliott don't seem to have
any particular problems at the moment.
bmedy, "Lie With atherw
When Terri King faints in his arms, Mike Walters asks John Father and family talk things over during a group discussion
Walker and George Cochran. "Now what do I do?"
Director, Miss Alberts, and Stu-
dent Director, Laura Fahringer,
check final script changes.
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Vinnie . .
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.. . Todd Elliott
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Mary Beth Austermiller
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. . . Sandy Farison
. . . Carol McColley
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Double Cast of Seniors Stag
Row One: G. Rudolph, J. Franz, D. Zachrich, M. Reimund, G. Westhoven, R. Alarid, T. Wesche, D. Reiser, M. Rothgery.
Row Two: S. Johnson, Miss Jackman, E. Pilliod, M. Austermiller, J. Williamson, J. Emmel, S. Austermiller, C. Dillon. Row
Three: J. Heckler, C. Espinoza, G. Austermiller, T. Witt, D. Eberle, E. Vogel, C. Hockman, D. Gessner, I. Suydarn, C. Knep-
ley, J. Zachrich, K. Leaders, H. Thober, M. Klein, N. Parks, J. Lange.
Eliza Doolittle ..
Mrs. Pearce ..
Mrs. Higgins ....
Alfred Doolittle .
Mrs. Eynsforcl Hill . ..
Miss Eynsford Hill
F ootman .........
Parlor Maid ....
Constable . . .
Taximan . . .
. .. Dave Zachrich
. . . . . . Gary Westhoven
Mary Dell Austermiller
. . . Cheryl Knepley
. . . . Greg Rudolph
. . . . . Dud Reiser
. . . . Cyndy Dillon
. . . Sue Austermiller
. . . . Rich Alarid
. . . Pat Polker
. . Rich Alarid
. . John Heckler
Final script directions are discussed by Student Director
Shirley Johnson, Director Miss Jackman, and Narrator
.. John Heckler
Sarcastic Bystander . . .
. . Diane Eherle
. . Tom Wesche
Host ...... .... J erry Lange
Hostess .... .... D eb Cessner
Narrator . . . . . . Cris Espinoza
Bystanclers .... Marian Klein
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Eliza's first taste of social life, Mrs. Higgins's "at home," was a
"Don't you give me no lip, Eliza!" warns Alfred Doolittle.
The ambassador's Garden Party was a marvelous affair and a total
success for Eliza and Higgins.
"Buy a flower off a poor girl, Captain," Eliza pleads.
"Move along there double
monishes Eliza and Freddy.
the Constable ad-
G.A.A. Dance Concert T cakes To
SENIOR STEWARDESSES. Row One: J. Emmel, N. Parks, P. Cordes, J. Williamson, E. Austermiller, C. Collier, K. Hahn,
D. Meyer, S. Johnson, K. Leaders. Row Two: A. Vocke, M. Cannon, B. Bokerman, ,M. Snyder, J. Fahringer, M. Stevens,
R. Spitler, M. Vajen, D. Gessner, T. Witt. Row Three: C. Hockman, H. Thober, L. Bargman, C. Knepley, I. Suydam, B.
Waisner, C. Rickenberg, E. Pilliod, J. Hahn, M. D. Austermiller.
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In Holland we are greeted by a little Dutch girl, Jeanne
Emmel, and a little Dutch boy, Kathy Hahn.
"Big, Wide, Wonderful Worldv was the theme of the
annual G.A.A. Dance Concert held February 14 and 15.
Over 200 girls were involved in the Dance Concert, which
has been an annual event for the last 22 years. Introducing
and concluding the program were 37 senior girls who por-
trayed stewardesses and carried colorful flags depicting
Dud Reiser, master of ceremonies and pilot for the round-
the-world trip, guided the tour through such fascinating
lands as China, Holland, England, Italy, and France, while
providing additional entertainment along the way. In-
cluded in the excursion was a journey to an imaginary land
of dwarfs and an elephant hunt in darkest Africa. On
one of the many brief stops, the washerwoman of Seville,
Switzerland, entertained the audience of make-believe travel-
ers. Upon returning to the United States, the audience wit-
nessed a harrowing street fight in New York and a col-
legiate football game at Northwestern.
Mrs. Grazia Day directed the program while G.A.A. mem-
bers Bebe Bokerman, Cheryl Knepley, and Emilie Pilliod
coordinated the itinerary.
Q Big, Wide, Wonderful World,
At the North Pole, penguins Gwen Vajen, Cindy Bucken-
meyer, .lane Kruse, and Pam Dennis are on hand to greet
The G.A.A. tour of the world was under the supervision
of Mrs. Grazia Day with Dud Reiser as master of cere-
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During a brief stop in Africa, we watch the natives, Sheila Over-
hulse, .lean Russell, Chris Burke, and Sandy Meineke, capture a
pink elephant, Peggy Cline.
While in Germany, we visit a circus with jolly clowns portrayed by
Nancy Jones, Cheri Glick, Debbie Campbell, Cheri Freeman, and
Janis Huston, holding Sandy Buckenmeyer and Vicki Helberg.
A humorous interlude in the international tour comes in visiting the
washerwomen of Seville, Switz., Nancy Parks, Sue Austerrniller, Mary
Dell Austerrniller, and Cheryl Knepley.
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Featured at G.A.A. Cottonball
Colorful lollipops provide a festive background as couples relax
4'Sugar 'N Spice" was the theme of the annual
G.A.A. Cottonball, held April 14- from 9-12 p.m.
in the high school gym. This candyland theme was
emphasized by an awning constructed of crepe
paper streamers and extending from the catwalk.
The names of the attending couples were inscribed
on large suckers in the theme colors of pink, purple,
The feature attraction in the candyland atmos-
phere was an authentic candyshop, complete with
awning and gingerbread roof. Candy was purchased
and refreshments were served from this tiny shop.
The final touches accentuating the theme were the
table decorations, which consisted of yellow table
cloths and miniature gold scales that held colorful
tissue paper flowers.
The Quarter Tones, a musical combo from De-
fiance, supplied music for the affair. The 1967
G.A.A. Cottonball was culminated with the song
"Exodus,', which was dedicated to the graduating
The dance floor is crowded this year as over 160 couples attend the G.A.A. Cottonball.
Providing lively music for the gala affair are the
Quarter Tones, a combo from Defiance.
Couples examine the colorful dance programs and admire the
delicately-crafted candy scale.
candy from the miniature candy shop
enjoyment to the couples attending
Escorts obtaining refreshments is an oft-repeated scene throughout the evening
of the 1967 G.A.A. Cottonball.
utstanding Students, Athlet
The Wildcats Roar Staff receives congratulations from Mr. Hoeffel for
their outstanding work this year. Row One: Sue Austermiller, John Sax-
ton, Mary Dell Austermiller, Hog Borstelman, Dave Bassett. Row Two:
Mr. Earl Richardson, president of the Board of Joyce Fahringer, Cheryl Knepley, Larry Egbert, Kathy Hahn.
Education, presents Miss Ora Green with a plaque,
recognizing her 45 years of service to the Napoleon
Public School System.
Terry Witt and Ken Steward received their awards for placing
high in the Americanism test from Commander Weirauch of
the Bert G. Taylor Post of the American Legion.
Emilie Pilliod and Dan Freytag receive
nition for their high accomplishments in
Merit Scholarship testing program.
cwofed at Recognition Assembl
Darlene Bevelhymer, President of the Junior Classg Rob Downey, Presi-
dent of the Freshman Classg Dud Reiser, Student Council Presidentg Tom
Wesche, Senior Class Presidentg and Bill Meyers, President of the Sopho-
more Class, receive recognition for their outstanding leadership ability.
Neuhauser receives the Betty
Homemaker of Tomorrow award
Mr. Mossing expresses the appreciation of the
entire student body to Isabel. Suydam for singing
the National Anthem at all the basketball games.
Members of the 1967 Buckeye Staff are recognized by Mr. Hoeffel for the excellent job
they did in producing the yearbook. Row One: Emilie Pilliod, Debbie Gessner, Bebe
Bokerman, Joy Hahn, Pam Frease, Shirley Johnson, Cindy.Collier, Jane Williamson.
Row Two: Dick Fisher, Mick Gerken, Dan Freytag, Keith Miller, Dave Zachrich.
G.A.A. Members Honored at Te
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Knepley. Standing: Bebe Bokerman, Susie Walker, Sue Austermiller, Karen Weitzel.
1100 POINT PIN WINNERS. Row One: Jo Ann Huston, Mary
Austermiller Shirle Milliman Sue Austermiller Ma Bockelman
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Sandy Groll, Carol McColley, Cheryl Hackman, Shirley Johnson. , .
Row Three: Darlene Bevelhymer, Debbie Creager, Sue Foster, Cheryl
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As Dianne Meyer, G.A.A. President, looks on, Mrs.
Tiki. , Day, adviser of G.A.A., presents Joyce Fahringer with
I lk PX I i a cup signifying that she has earned the most points
of any senior girl while in high school.
700 POINT LETTER WINNERS. Row One: Ann Downey, Debbie
Eickhoff, Jane Kruse, Cindy Buckenmeyer, Jo Ann Meter, Pam
Mengerink. Row Two: Andrea Knetz, Vicki Daman, Pat Reimund,
Peg Cline, Marianne Bischoff, Vanda Daman, Elaine Cerken, Esther
Miller, Karen Sonnenberg.
Prom - " en Of Enchantment'
Festively dressed couples enter the school to begin a memorable
evening at the 1967 Jr.-Sr. Prom.
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Sitting at the speakers table this year are Tom Wesche, Senior Class
Presidentg.Krys Dietrickg Darlene Bevelhymer, Junior Class Presidentg
and Gary Haas.
The gay atmosphere of Sea of Enchantment is evidenced by the
happy faces of the banquet goers.
Darlene Bevelhymer, Junior Class President, de-
livers the Junior Welcome to honored Seniors
Serving as Master of Ceremonies for the Sea Voy-
age IS .lunlor Todd Elliott.
Sophomore servers Bill Meyers and Toni Delventhal escort Chris Weasal and Pat .lastal
into the Sea of Enchantment.
Couples enjoy dancing under dangling fish
from the fishnet ceiling.
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punch and conversation.
Bus Widmerls Band, playing
from the sunken ship, provides
the music for this gayla affair.
A few senior couples eagerly pause for a picture before entering the show
Junior Sharon Walker receives a prize from Mrs.
Elliott as Mr. Schuette prepares to draw the next name
During the record hop, Bob Kelly, popular disc-jockey from
WTOD, assists the junior parents by reading the names drawn
for the door-prizes.
Many junior and senior boys found that it takes
great patience to play pool with a girl, especially
at 4 o'clock in the morning.
Breakfast marks the end of an unforgettable
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Kathy Hahn walks across the stage after receiving her diploma as Seniors Maurice Reimund and Becky Gilliland wait for Mr.
Mossing to call their names.
Mr. Earl Richardson, President of the Napoleon Public School
Board of Education, presents Neal Thomas with his diploma.
Anxious moments of anticipation are experienced by the
graduates as they wait to cross the stage with their diplomas.
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Special recognition was awarded these students at graduation.
Seated: Peggy Cordes, Diane Eberle, Chris Espinoza. Standing:
Dick Fisher, Sue Austermiller, Rich Alarid.
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,These proud graduates also received recognition from the faculty
and administration at commencement exercises. Seated: Linda
Rettig, Karen Leaders, Judy Neuhauser. Standing: Keith Miller,
Emilie Pilliod, Steve Kirchoff.
These students were recognized for their outstanding contribu-
tions to Napoleon High School in scholastics, athletics, and
service. Seated: Marian Klein, Bob Fruchey, Shirley Johnson.
Standing: Dan Freytag, John Heckler, John Franz.
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Among the awards received by these graduates are Napoleon
Faculty Assoc. Scholarships, P. K. Heckler Scholarships, indi-
vidual scholarships, and Napoleon Faculty Awards. Seated:
Jane Williamson, Carol Rickenburg, Jean Zachrich. Standing:
Ken Steward, George Schmidt, Tom Wesche.
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'Buckeyeg Patrons Number 143
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The Associated Insurance
Augenstein Sr Hoeffel, Inc.
Bolfs Friendly Service
Clevite Corporation, Harris
DeVeauX T. V. Sr Appliances,
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The L. S. Dunbar Co.
Future Homemakers of
Hahn's Clothing Store
Henry County Meats
J -W Materials, Inc.
A ohn and Ken's Gulf
eineke Sales and Service
Dr. T. F. Moriarity
Napoleon Creamery Co.
Plummer Spray Equipment Co
Henry G. Pohlman Farm Sr
Saneholtz Supply Co.
Seven-Up Bottling Co.
Snyder Chevrolet Co.
Dr. W. J. Stough
Tricounty Rural Electric
V. I. C. fVocational Industrial
John H. Vocke Sr Son, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Walker
Wesche Funeral Home
Williamson, Hoeffel, and
Yackee Insurance Agency
Mayor and Mrs. Edmund
Ron Zachrich Builders
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Alexander Floor Covering
Anthony Trail Gift 81 Novelties
Bauman Stock Yards
Bernickeis Super Dollar
Cochran Electric Co.
Philip E. Cochran D.D.S.
Colonial West Barber Shop
Dr. P. D. Cooper
Corner Coffee Shop
Daman 8: Daman
Defiance Home Savings and Loan
Earl H. Elling Plumbing 81 Heating
Evans Office Supply
F ahringer's Greenhouse
Fahy's Barber Shop
Finerty Shoe Repair
Foster Canning, Inc.
Franz Fruit Market
C. F. Gerken and Sons, Inc.
Gilbert and Herr Drugstore
Dr. J. H. Glick, Optometrist
Gottschalk's Shoe Store
Hanna's Paint Store
Hays Park Lanes
Dr. Robert G. Herman D.D.S.
Vern Holers Insurance
Howard's Friendly Service
Junior Classical League
Don Kremer Ford Sales
Kryling's Paint Store
Kurber's Barber Shop
Kurtz Sales and Service
Mel Lanzer Co.
Leifer Heating 8: Sheet Metal
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Mohring's Cash 81 Carry
G. C. Murphy Co.
Murray and Shafer
Napoleon Chamber of Commerce
Napoleon Daily News
Napoleon High School Choir
Napoleon Lumber Co.
Ohio Central Telephone Corp.
Okolona Lumber Co.
One Hour Martinizing
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Edmund G. Peper
Pete's Marathon Service
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Rausch Lumber Co.
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Von Deylen Plumbing 81 Heating,
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Chuck's Welding Service
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H Ernie's Welding Service
F reytag Barber Shop
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Hickman Insurance Agency
p Idle Hour Eat Shop-
Maine and Erie Market
Morgan 81 Clarence Schwab, Jr.
Wellington Hotel Sz Restaurant
Western Auto Associate Store
Don Westhoven Realty
E. A. Wheaton Family
Williams Mobile Homes
Dr. E. C. Winzeler M.D.
Okolona Grain Co.
Reiser Realty 81 Insurance Agency
Shartzer's Food Market
Shoemaker's Department Store
Shultz Furniture 8: Appliance
Town House Antiques
Wendt's Shoe Store
Wood's Auto Supply
The 1967 Buckeye Staff expresses its sincere
thanks to all the patrons who helped make the 1967
4GBuckeye" a reality.
The staff gratefully acknowledges the photographic work and dedi-
cated cooperation of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prentiss and Mr. Robert
Brubaker of Prentiss Studio. Also, the staff expresses its appreciation
to the N orthwest-Signal and Sports Editor Moe Brubaker for selected
sports action shots.
Alarid, Richard 22, 96, 97, 114,
, 122, 128,
117, 118, 120, 121, 122, 128, 131,
Altman, Larry 67, 130
Andrew, David 67
Andrew, Doris 22
Andrews, Ronald 22, 96, 97, 114,
116, 126, 133
Arps, Melissa H 57, 94, 98, 100, 107
Arps, Richard 22, 96
Austermiller, Grace 22, 89, 94,
99, 103, 106, 148
Austermiller, Marilyn 57
Austermiller, Mary Beth 47, 89.
94, 99, 103, 106, 138, 146, 147,
Austermiller, Mary Dell 22,. 88,
89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 99, 101, 104,
106, 112, 14-8, 150, 151, 154
Austermiller, Sue 22, 88, 89, 90, 91,
92, 94, 95, 98, 99, 112, 132, 134,
138, 148, 150, 151, 154, 156, 161
Austermiller, Susan 67, 103
Bahler, David 47
Baker, Douglas 67
Bargman, Letty 67, 105, 108
Bargman, Linda 23, 98, 104, 105,
Bartell, Richard 47, 97, 115, 126
Barton, Janice 57
Barton, Ronald 67, 105, 110, 130
Bassett, Dave 23, 91, 92, 97, 154
Baughman, Tom 67, 88, 128, 130
Bechtol, William 57
Beck, Robin 57, 64, 98, 107
Beck, Tom 57, 97, 103, 114
Beech, Henry 23, 120, 121, 122,
Bergstedt, Michael 67, 105
Bergstedt, Thomas 57, 107
Bost, Robert 57
, Cheryl 47, 95, 99, 10
i Gary 47, 89, 97, 119,
, Rodney 67, 128, 130
Boudreau, Nancy 57, 59, 98, 102,
Boulton, Lester 47
Boyd, Tom 57
Bremer, Allen 47, 104
Brink, Ellen 67, 102
Brown, Larry 57, 123, 126
Brown, Paula 24, 98, 104, 136
Browning, John 24, 111
Browning, Sally 47
Brubaker, Jan 57, 107
Brubaker, Linda 47, 107
Brubaker, Lynn 24, 129
Brubaker, Steve 24, 111
Brubaker, Terry 47, 97,
115, 118, 124, 126
Buchenberg, Kenny 47
Buckenmeyer, Cindy 57, 99, 100,
106, 145, 151, 156
Darlene 46, 47, 88,
Betts, Tim 23, 96, 97, 114, 115,
94, 95, 98,
99, 102, 103, 107, 109,
Buckenmeyer, Sandy 67, 71, 88,
102, 133, 136, 151
Buehrer, Gary 24, 111
Burk, Carl 57, 126
Burk, James 67
Burke, Chris 47, 99, 151
Burton, Mike 57
Campbell, Debbie 67, 98, 101,
106, 130, 151
Cannon, Gregg 67
Cannon, Mary Sue 25, 95, 99,
Carl, Bill 67
Carpenter, Judy 57, 109
Carpenter, Patricia 47
Chester, Shirley 67, 103, 107
Clady, Kay 47, 98, 106
Clady, Ray 67
Clay, Claudia 51, 94, 99, 102
Cline, Peggy 47, 94, 98, 101, 132,
137, 146, 147, 151, 156
136, 137, 146, 147, 155, 156, 157
Bevelhymer, Darrell 47, 88, 96,
107, 146, 147
Bischoff, Marianne 47, 51, 89, 99,
103. 109, 138, 156
Bischoff, Rebecca 67
Cochran, George 47, 93, 106, 146
Collier, Cindy 25, 88, 90, 92, 99,
Collier, Donald 67, 103, 130
Collier, James 25, 97, 111
Bogen- Csfhv 104, 112, 150, 161
Bischoff, Steve 23, 88, 96, 102,
67, 107, 108
Blasingim, Dale 23, 111
Blasingim, Norma 67, 108, 109
Bockelman, Mary Beth '47, 53, 89,
95, 99, 101, 106, 146, 147, 156
57, 94, 98, 100,
Bogert, David 47
Bokerman, Be Andrea 23, 90, 98,
99, 102, 104, 105, 107, 112, 150,
Cramer, Linda 25, 108
Borstelman, Janice 67
Borstelman, Janien 67
Borstelman, Kathy 47, 51, 94, 99,
Borstelmsn, Michael 57, 97, 114,
Borstelman, Roger 24, 91, 92, 97.
Collins, Rhonda 47, 95, 99, 103,
Collins, Robert 58
Conn, Cynthia 67
Conn, Jack 58, 105
Cordes, Bonnie 48, 98, 106, 146
Cvrdes, Peggy 25. 88, 89. 98, 100,
Cordes, Robert 48, 107
Cordes, Roger 58
Corwin, Tony 58, 104, 114
Coscarelli, Gloria 25, 95, 99, 112
Crahan, Michael 67, 73, 103
Cram, Joel 58
Cramer, Steve 68, 126
Cramer, Tom 48
Crawford, Kenny 68
Crawford, Ronald 25, 111
Creager, Debbie 48, 51, 88, 99,
101, 102, 109, 146, 147, 156
Creager, Steve 68, 105
Linda 48, 59, 99, 102, 105
Creque, Marla 58, 98
Crosser, Maryanne 26
Crossland, Phillip 68
Crotty, Connie 68, 103
Crowley, Howard 68
Cuff, Susan 58, 88, 94, 98, 100,
Dachenhaus, Debbie 68
Daman, Vanda 58, 64, 94, 99, 103,
106, 156 b
Daman, Vicki 48, 94, 98, 103, 106,
Daniels, Doug 58, 109
Davis, Dan 26, 111
Davis, James 68, 103
Davis, Warren 68
Dcblin, John 26
Debolt, Linda 58, 94, 98, 106
Degler, Emma 48, 105, 108, 109
Dehnke, Linda 58, 59
Delventhal, Gary 26, 112
Delventhal, Karen 68, 108, 109
Delventhal, Toni 58, 64, 94, 98,
103, 104, 137, 138, 158
English, Ramona 48, 108
Ernest, Jean 27, 98, 104, 108, 112
Espinoza, Cris 27, 89, 101, 102,
108, 148, 161
Eason, Rebecca 59, 94, 100, 102
Evans, Edward 68, 130
Fahringer, Brenda 68, 98, 100, 107
Fahringer, Joyce 27, 88, 91, 98,
102, 107, 137, 112, 150, 154, 156
Fahringer, Laura 48, 146, 147
Fahringer, Toby 59, 102, 103
Fahy, Terry 68, 103, 130
Farison, Sandra 48, 99, 105, 146,
Farquharson, Jan 68
Fay, Connie 48, 99, 102
Fenter, Joyce 48, 88, 94, 95, 98,
132, 134, 136, 137, 146, 147, 156
Ferner, Ronald 48
Fetter, Linda 59, 94, 99
Fischer, Ronald 59
Fisher, Dick za, ss, 89, 90, 95,
91, 128, iss, 155, 161
Fisher, Mary Jane 69, 102, 105
Floyd, Barbara 49, 105
Fortner, Bob 59, 97, 114, 126, 135
Dennis, Pam 58, 94, 99, 100, 106,
Desgranges, Carol 68, 103, 105,
Desgranges, Larry 48, 103
DeTray, Jeff 56, 58, 109
Dickman, Jim 68
Dietrich, Roger 48, 97, 114, 126
Dietrick, Krys 68, 100, 103, 157
Dillon, cynay 26, da, 102, 109, 148
Dishop, Kathy 58, 94, 104
Dotson, Barb 68, 105, 108
Downey, Ann 58, 88, 99, 105, 136,
Downey. John 48, as, 91, 114,
Fortner, Denise 46, 49, 88, 89, 95,
99, 100, 101, 103, 107, 109, 146,
Fortner, Heather 66, 69, 101, 103,
109, 136, 137
Fortner, Rich 59, 97, 114, 124,
Foster, Sue 49, 98, 99, 101, 103,
107, 146, 156
Fouts, Jo Ann 49
Fouty, Darla 49, 98
Franz, Gary 28, 111
Franz, Joan 69
Franz, John 28, 88, 96, 97, 107,
112, 148, 161
Frausto, Betty 59, 105, 108
115, 124, 125, 126, 135
Downey, Robert 66, 67, 68, 88,
Druhot, Karen 48, 51, 95, 99, 102
DuByne, Jim 48
Durbin, Erie 48
Durbin, Steve 68, 130
Frease, Pam 28, 90, 94, 99, 107,
Frease, Randy 59, 107
Freeman, Cheri 69, 100, 105, 130,
Freet, Fred 28, 111
Freet, Richard 28
Freppel, Renee 59, 99, 100, 107,
Freytag, Dan 20, 28, 88, 89, 90,
92, 93, 96, 97, 154, 155, 161
Freytag, David 49, 103
Freytagi Jim 59, 129
Freytag, Randy 49, 97, 102, 114,
Fronce, John 59, 126
France, Phil 49, 97, 114, 126
Fruchey, Bob 29, 88, 96, 97, 114,
Eberle, Betty 58, 105
Eberle, Charles 58
Eberle, Connie 48, 104
Eberle, Diane 26, 89, 106, 108,
Eberle, Elaine 68, 103, 105, 109
Eberle, Janice 48, 89, 95, 106, 109
Eberle, Karen 68
Eberle, Mary Lee 27,'111
Kathy 58, 99, 102, 107
Larry 27, 91, 92, 106, 112,
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Eickhoff, Debbie 58, 94, 95, 98,
116, 118, 133,
114, 124, 126
49, 97, 102, 103,
49, 99, 105, 108
Fruth, Brock 69, 130
Fruth, Jim 49, 104, 112
Fruth, Kathy 59, 108
Eickhoff, Tim 68
Elling, Wilferd 48
Elliott, Todd 48, 97, 126, 146,
Emmel, Jeanne 27, 98, 106, 148,
Fruth, Mike 59
Fry, Tom 49, 97, 114
Frysinger, Curtis 69, 88, 130
Frysinger, Judy 59, 94, 99, 106
Funchion, Peggy 59, 99, 102, 106,
Hammon, Roger 69
Gable, Pat 59, 98, 106
Gallagher, Robert 49, 112
Gallagher, Thomas 59, 97, 114
Gardiner, Linda 59, 64, 88, 95,
Garza, Art 29
Gebhardt, Craig 59, 107
Genuit, Ann 49, 89, 94, 99, 103
Gerdeman, Dan 49, 114
Gerdeman, Tom 69, 130
Gerdeman, Tom 49, 110, 114, 126
Gerken, Donna 69, 102, 106
Gerken, Elaine 56, 59, 94, 98,
100, 107, 156
Gerken, Gary 69, 129, 130
Gerken, Mick 29, 90, 155
Gerken, Nancy 108
Gessner, Debra 29, 90, 95, 98,
148, 150, 155
Gessner, Janet 69, 108
Gillette, Steve 49, 88, 97
Gilliland, Becky 29, 94, 98, 102,
Gilliland, Kenneth 59
Glick, Cheri 69, 101, 105,
133, 136, 151
Glore, Sue 69, 102, 106
Gomez, Felix 69, 130
Gomez, Manuel 49
Gonzales, Feliciana 69, 105, 108
Good, Gloria 60
Goodman, Ray 60, 105
Gorey, Cynthia 69, 103, 109
Gossman, Marilyn 60, 98
Grant, Peggy 49, 98
Gray, Kenny 49
Greenhagen, Cheryl 69, 105, 108
Greenhagen, Peggy 60, 104, 108
Gregory. .less 49, 93, 97, 114, 117,
120, 121, 122, 126
Grieser, Deborah 102, 105
Groll, Sandy 49, 98, 99, 107, 136,
137, 146, 156
Grotke, Lenore 50, 88, 94, 98,
Grotke, Lynette 69, 98, 102
Guelde, Gary 29, 111
Gunter, Sandra 69, 102, 106
Haas, Gary 50, 89, 93, 107, 146,
Haas, Linda 69, 100, 106
Haase, Peggy 69, 71, 103, 105, 109
Haffey, Donna 50, 99, 103, 109,
Hahn, Joy 29, 90, 99, 104, 107,
Hahn, Kathy 30, 89, 91, 101, 106,
150, 154, 160
Halsey, Dwayne 69
Hammon, John 50
Handyside, Dan 69, 101
Hardy, Luther 60
Hardy, Walter 30, 111
Harmon, David 60, 128
Harmon, Gary 50, 107
Hastedt, Brenda 50, 94, 98, 103
Hawkins, Beverly 50, 99, 102, 106
Hawkins, Neal 30, 105, 107
Heaston, John 30, 111
Heckler, John 20, 30, 88, 89, 96,
97, 114, 116, 120, 121, 122, 126,
127, 131, 148, 161
Helberg, Ann 70, 102, 130
Helherg, David 30, 97, 114, 117,
126, 127, 131, 145
Helberg, Lynn 60, 107, 110'
Helberg, Thomas 60, 119, 123
Helberg, Vicki 70, 88, 101, 106,
Hernandez, Jess 60
Hernandez, Louis 30, 111, 128
Hill, 'Linda 50, 104, 108
Hitts, Dean 30, 96, 97
Hackman, Cheryl 30, 90, 98, 99,
101, 103, 106, 148, 150, 156
Hoffman, Mike 50, 97, 102, 103,
106, 129, 135
Hoffman, Nancy 70, 105, 108
Hogrefe, Rebecca 50
Hogrefe, Richard 50
Hogrefe, Steven 60, 88, 126
Holbrook, Linda 60, 105, 108
Holers, Mike 70, 103, 129, 130
Hollstein, Karen 70, 108
Homan, Sharon 50, 95, 98
Hoover, Brad 70, 130
Hoover, Dennis 70, 109, 130
Hoover, Greg 31, 111
Hopkins, Rita 60, 105
Huber, Jerry 50
Huber, Peggy 70, 100
Hubert, Donald 60
Hubert, True 60
Huddle, James 70, 107
Huddle, John 50, 97, 110, 120
Huener, Anthony 70
Huener, Lawrence 31
Huner, Rita 50, 95, 98, 102, 111,
Huston, Janis 70, 88, 100, 130, 136,
137, 138, 151
Huston, Jim 50, 107
Huston, Jo Ann 50, 94, 98, 100,
101, 137, 156
Huston, Terry 31, 88, 89, 96, 97,
119, 126, 130
Hustwick, Jim 60, 97, 103, 114
Ice, Patty 60, 94, 98, 108
Imbrock, Richard 70, 103
Jastal, Pat 50, 96, 119, 126, 127,
Johnson, Shirley 31, 88, 89, 90,
92, 98, 99, 101, 103, 106, 112, 148,
150, 155, 156, 161
Johnston, Debbie 70, 103, 107
Johnston, Donna 70, 106
Johnston, Linda 70, 106
Jones, Nancy 70, 71, 102, 133, 151
Junge, Margaret 60, 108, 109
Katon, Richard 31, 111, 114, 116,
Kauss, Douglas 60, 96, 97, 119, 126
Keith, Larry 60, 105
Kenning, Steven 60, 110
Kern, David 50, 93
Kimpel, David 70
King, James 31, 111
King, Richard 60
King, Robert 70, 109
King, Terri 50, 53, 89, 99, 102,
106, 109, 146, 147
Kinney, Jean 70, 102
Kirchoff, David 50
Kirchoff, Steven 31, 89, 93, 161
Kitchen, Barbara 50, 98
Kitchen, Edward 70
Klein, Marian 31,
108, 148, 161
89, 99, 106,
Klein, Rebecca 61, 105, 108
Kline, Richard 50, 114
Mengerink, Cindy 71, 102
Mengerink, Pam 61, 98, 100, 138,
Meter, Jo Ann 56, 61, 95, 98, 99,
132, 137, 156
Knepley, Cheryl 31, 88, 89, 91, 92,
94, 95, 98, 99, 112, 148, 150, 151,
Knepley, Kathleen 32
Knepley, Keith 32
Knepley, Kerry 61
Knepley, Lana 61, 95, 98, 104
Knetz, Andrea 61, 88, 94, 98, 100,
107, 138, 156
Knipp, Bonnie 46, 51, 98, 99, 101,
103, 107, 136, 156
Koehler, James 51, 96, 128
Kolbe, Debbie 32
Kolbe, Sandra 70, 100
Kolgagenhofer, Donna 61, 99, 105,
Koppenhofer, Lois 70, 102, 106
Koppenhofer, Mike 61, 106
Kruse, Jane 61, 98, 99, 100, 132,
134, 136, 151, 156
Kruse, Mark 51, 88, 97, 112, 128,
Kruse, Nancy 51, 98, 146
Kruse, Shirley 32, 111
Lambert, Randy 70, 105, 130
Landes, Charles 71, 130
Lange, Carla 71, 100, 105
Lange, Connie 71, 102
Lange, Jerry 32, 89, 96, 145, 148
Langenhop, Mary Lou 61, 94
Langford, Doris 51, 105
Lanzer, Cheryl 51, 95, 99, 101, 138,
Latta, Roger 61, 97, 110, 115
Leaders, Janet 61, 95, 98, 102
Leaders, Karen 20, 32, 89, 98,
104, 140, 141, 145, 148, 150, 161
Leatherman, Becky 61, 99, 106,
Lefler, Brent 51, 96, 97, 146, 147
Leitner, Craig 114
Leonard, Gwen 51
Leonhardt, Linda 51
Leonhardt, Pam 51, 95, 98, 99,
Leonhardt, Richard 71
Lloyd, Rick 111
Long, Cheryl 33, 108
Long, Jan 71
Long, Judith 61
Long, Linda 33, 104, 111
Ludeman, Janet 61
Ludeman, Lester 51
Luebker, Sue 71, 100, 106
Lytle, Mona 51, 95, 93, 101, 106,
Mader, Linda 71, 102, 106
Magaraci, Anthony 51
Mahnke, Betty 71, 106
Mtigglley, Carol 51, 94, 146, 147,
McColley, Steve 34, 96, 135
McCo1ley, Tom 34, 96, 97, 114, 117,
McGill, Terry 51, 103
McKitrick, Warner 61
McVetta, Kathy 34, 107
Meineke, Sandy 51, 95, 99, 106,
Meinen, Richard 33, 111
Memmer, Tim 51, 89
Meter, Robin 33
Meyer, Dianne 33, 88, 94, 95, 98,
99, 112, 136, 150, 156
Meyer, James 61, 97, 114, 123, 128
Meyer, Bob 51, 97, 110, 119, 120
Meyer, Thomas 71
Bill 56, 57, 61, 88, 97,
102, 114, 126, 127, 155, 158
Michaelis, Dinan 71, 100, 106
Miller, Debbie 71, 102
Miller, Deborah 61, 105
Miller, Dwight 61
Miller, Elvan 33, 111
Miller, Esther 61, 98, 104, 136,
Miller, Keith 34, 89, 90, 155, 161
Miller, Maureen 71, 101
Miller, Nancy 71, 105
Miller, Peggy 71, 105
Miller, Tom 51
Miller, Walter 51, 110
Milliman, Shirley 51, 94, 99, 103,
107, 136, 156
Mitchell, Betty Lou 71, 105
Mitchell, Rose 71
Moehrman, Estelle 61, 94, 98,
Mohler, John 71, 105
Mohler, Sfherry 71, 106
Morgan, Carol 62, 64, 94, 98, 102,
Mossing, Mary 70, 71, 88, 100,
130, 133, 137,
Messing, Rick 62, 97, 101, 114,
Mossing, Sue 51, 99, 132
Mullins, Darlene 51
Mullins, Glendena 71
Mullins, Kathleen 52
Murcko, Paul 62, 97
Murcko, Tamara 71, 108
Musshel, Jane 71, 98, 136
Nagel, Jerry 34, 96, 97,'114, 115,
117, 126, 127, 133
Nartker, Linda 62, 105
Neuhauser, David 72, 105
Neuhauser, Judy 34, 89, 104,
105, 112, 155, 161
Neville, Elizabeth 52, 109, 14-6, 147
Newell, James 62, 97, 114, 129
Noel, Andy 52, 96, 97, 120, 129
Notage, Norma 52, 105, 108
Nutter, Doug 62, 88, 129
Oberhaus, Eileen 72, 100
Oberhaus, Gary 34, 111, 1.26
Orthwein, Gary 62, 119, 126
Orthwein, Sandra 34, 99, 108, 111
Otto, Jim 52
Overhulse, Sheila 52, 95, 99, 106,
Overmier, Gary 52, 146, 147
Palmer, Dave 72, 107
Palmer, Kathy 62, 95, 98, 106,
Panning, Patty 72, 105, 108
Parks, Nancy 34, 88, 94, 95, 98,
104, 112, 142, 148, 150, 151
Pedraza, Norma 72, 105, 108
Penny, Ted 52
Pfau, John 52, 102, 107, 135
Phillips, Tim 62
Philpot, Frank 35, 111
Philpot, Glenda 62, 95
Pilliod, Emilie 35, 88, 89, 90, 98,
99, 100, 102, 107, 148, 150, 154,
155, 156, 161
Plassman, Tom 62
Plummer, Ray 52, 107
Polker, Patricia 35, 89, 102, 111,
Pollom, Penny 35, 98, 105, 108,
Poth, Mickey 52, 95, 99, 104, 108,
Prater, Regina 72, 105
Precht, John 52
Prigge, Janice 72, 105
Prigge, Kathleen 52, 94, 104
Prigge, Lennie 72
Prigge, Linda 62, 99, 138
Prigge, Shirley 72, 108
Pruett, Ron 52, 106
Rathburn, Bob 62
Rathburn, Ronald 62
Rathge, Fred 72, 107
Rausch, Susan 72, 100
Rausch, Tom 52, 110
Rausch, Wayne 62, 97, 101, 114,
ReBeau, Greg 72, 130
ReBeau, Ron 35, 97, 114, 116
Reichert, Ron 62, 104
Reimuncl, Maurice 35, 89, 148,
Reimund, Pat 46, 51, 52, 89, 98,
101, 137, 156
Reimund, Reggie 72, 107
Reiser, Dud 35, 88, 89, 96, 97,
114, 117, 128, 131, 133, 134, 148,
Retcher, Christine 72, 108
Retcher, Donelda 52, 105, 108, 109
Retcber, Jack 62
Retcher, Jill 35, 106, 108
Rettig, Carol 52, 99, 106
Rettig, Janet 52, 98, 105, 108, 146
Rettig, Linda 35, 88, 89, 94, 98,
Rex, Roger 36, 96
Richards, Charles 52
Rickenberg, Carol 36, 89, 98, 100,
104, 150, 161
Rickenberg, Janice 62, 99, 105,
Richenberg, Mary 52, 88, 98, 105,
Riebesehl, Lynette 62
Riebesel, Sue 62, 98, 108
Riley, Aaron 36
Rivera, Alice 62
Rivera, Rosemary 72
Robbins, Steve 62, 88, 96, 97,
101, 112, 114
Rodriquez, Eddie 72, 105, 130
Rodriquez, Roberta 62, 104
Rohda, Allen 62, 119, 126
Rohda, Norma 36, 97, 119, 126
Rohrbaugh, Becky 72, 105, 108
Rohrbaugh, Lucy 72, 98, 106, 108
Rohrbaugh, Rob 62, 97, 124, 125
Rohrbaugb, Vic 52, 97, 112, 128
Rohrs, John 72, 107
Rohrs, Steve 63, 123. 126
Rohrs, Ted 36, 107, 112
Rotligcry, Mike 36, 88, 89, 93, 107,
Rudolph, Douglas 72
Rudolph, Greg 37, 106, 148
Russell, Jean 50, 53, 88, 94, 95,
98, 103, 132, 137, 142, 146, 151
Ryan, Billy 53
Samlow, David 63, 107
Saneholtz, Mike 72
Sancholtz, Patricia 72, 100, 106
Saneholtz, Ray 53, 89, 97, 102,
114, 120, 128
Sauer, Maggie 72, 101
Savage, Steve 73, 101
Saxton, John 37, 91, 105, 154
Saxton, Nancy 73, 105, 108
Scalf, Lennie 73
Schlosser, Cindia 63, 94, 99, 106
Schmidt, George 37, 111, 161
Schmidt, Janet 63, 104, 108
Schnitkey, Tom 53, 110
Schueler, Jim 37, 112
Schuette, Greg 53, 88, 106, 129
Schwiebert, Jerry 63, 88, 102,
Scruta, Jim 63, 101
Sehlmeyer, Robert 73
Sehlmeyer, Trannie 63, 103
Shadle, Bill 63, 114, 126
Shanks, Sam 53
Shasteen, Carol 53, 89, 95, 99, 101,
Shaver, Robert 73, 103
Sherman, Iris 63, 94, 99, 107
Shondell, Leo 73, 124, 130
Showman, Bruce 53
Shumaker, Diane 73
Sieren, Barbara 53, 99, 104, 146
Sines, Deborah 73, 108
Sines, Linda 37, 95, 108, 111
Slagle, Neal 63, 97, 110, 115
Slight, Kathryn 73, 102, 107
Sloan, Cary 63, 97, 114, 120, 126
Small, Bill 53, 88, 97, 103, 114.
Small, Catherine 63, 98, 102
Small, David 73
Small, Dennis 73, 106
Small, Jeff 63, 104, 129
Small, Jim 63, 104
Small, John 37
Small, Tom 53, 106, 146
Stevens, Mary Ann 38, 95, 99, 108,
Steward, John 53
Steward, Kenneth 38, 89, 93, 107,
135, 154, 161
Steward, Susan 39, 99, 105
Stough, Jeanette 63, 88, 94, 98,
Stover, John 39, 111
Strayer, Lynette 73, 101
Suydam, Isabel 39, 88, 95, 98,
102, 103, 104, 136, 137, 148, 150,
Swanson, Steve 73, 130
Sweeney, Randall 73
Sweyer, Sue 63, 98, 100, 107
Taylor, Tom 53
Tennery, Becky 63, 64, 94, 98,
Thayer, Richard 73
Thayer, Steve 64
Thober, Hermine 21, 95, 98, 100,
101, 138, 148, 150
Thomas, Neal 39, 111, 114, 116,
124, 125, 133, 160
Tonjes, Janet 73, 107, 156
Tonjes, Judy 53, 99, 102, 106, 108,
UDP, Susan 64, 94, 98, 102, 107,
136, 137, 138
Vagen, Gwen 64, 94, 99, 100, 106,
Vagen, Margo 39, 88, 89, 94, 95,
99, 100, 101, 106, 109, 150
Varner, Patty 64, 98
Vocke, Ann 39, 99, 100, 104, 112,
Vocke, William 64, 114
Vogel, Carolyn 53, 99
Vogel, Edith 39, 98, 99, 112, 148
Vold, Kathleen 53, 105
Warnimont, Cheryl 74, 106, 108
Weasel, Gayla 54, 99, 107
Marcia 74, 98, 105, 108
Weber, Ricky 64, 107
Weirauch, Keith 64, 96, 97, 119,
Weirauch, Ken 64, 96, 97, 119.
Weirauch, Lillian 40
Weitzel, Karen 40, 95, 98, 102,
103, 106, 156
Wcnner, Ron 54 97, 114, 117, 128
Wertz, Tim 74, 107
Wesche, Tom 20, 40, 88, 89, 96,
97, 148, 155, 157, 161
Westhoven, Dan 40, 96, 97, 112,
124, 125, 145
Westhoven, Denny 64, 97, 114, 126
Westhoven, Francine 74, 102
Westhoven, Gary 40, 93, 107,
Westhoven, Lindsay 74, 103, 107,
Westhoven, Rita 56, 61, 64, 99, 104
Wheaton, Kris 54, 95, 98, 136, 137
Whitaker, Bill 64, 88, 96, 97, 103,
112, 114, 120, 123, 126
Wiechers, Dick 74, 103, 124, 130
Wiechers, Howard 74, 130
Wiechers, Mike 64, 97, 102, 114.
Wilhelm, Edwin 41, 111
Willeman, Eddie 64, 103
Willeman, Leah 74, 108
Deylen, Larry 73, 107
Deylen, Roger 74, 103, 105
Deylen, Sandra 74, 106, 109
Seggern, Vicki 54, 95, 98
Willeman, Marsha 64, 94, 99, 106,
Williams, Dennis 64, 110
Williams, Douglas 74, 130
Williams, Warren 54, 126
Williamson, Jane 41, 89, 90, 92,
94, 95, 98, 99, 101, 102, 148, 150,
Winseman, Fred 64, 107, 110
Winzeler, Karl 54, 88, 97, 102,
Wiseman, Dennis 74, 105
Witt, Marlowe 66, 74, 88, 130
Wm, Terry 41, 89, 94, 98, 99,
102, 104, 112, 148, 150, 154
Witte, Kenneth 41, 112
Wittenberg, Beverly 74, 100, 105
Wittenberg, Sandra 54, 101, 105
Wittenberg, Steve 64, 97, 99, 100,
Snyder, Brenda 73, 106, 108
Snyder, David 73, 88, 130
Snyder, Marsha 38, 98, 104, 112,
Snyder, William 73, 130
Soals, Donna 38, 89, 111
Sonnenberg, Jacalyn 63, 103
Sonnenberg, Karen 63, 88, 95, 98,
106, 109, 136, 137, 156
Sonnenberg, Wilbur 38, 111, 114,
115, 116, 133
Spangler, Jack 53, 114, 128
Speiser, Tom 38, 111
Spencer, Cathy 63, 94, 98, 100
Spires, Harold 73
Spitler, Ruth 38, 150
Stanton, Wanda 73, 106, 108
Starkey, Janien 73, 102
Starkey, Tom 38
Steffan, John 53 '
Stephey, Robert 53, 110
Stevens, Barbara 38, 98, 107
Stevens, Jim 53, 97, 112, 114,
117, 126, 146
Wachtman, Barbara 64, 94, 104
Wachtman, David 74, 103, 130
Wagner, Doris 54, 105, 108, 109
Waisner, Bonnie 39, 98, 104, 108,
Waisner, Linda 54, 98
Waisner, Shirley 39, 98, 105, 106
Walker, John 54, 93 106, 146, 147
Walker, Richard 54
Walker, Sharon 54, 159
Walker, Susie 40, 88, 95, 98, 99,
108, 112, 132, 136, 137, 156
Walker, Tony 64, 97, 114, 124,
Wallischeck, John 54, 88, 96, 110,
Walter, Pamela 74
Walters, Maria 54
Wallers, Mike 54, 103, 146, 147
Wanemacher, Roger 74
Ward, Richard 74, 88, 100, 101,
101, 114, 126
Yarnell, Barbara 54, 99, 106, 146
Yarnell, David 66, 74, 105, 130
Yocum, Don 71, 74, 130
Yocum, Marianne 64, 94, 98, 105
Young, Christine 74, 103, 104, 130
Young, Renee 54, 99, 108, 146
Tony 54, 97, 114, 126
Zachrich, Barbara 74
Zachrich, David 41, 89, 90, 96.
107, 148, 155
Zachrich, Jane 64, 108
Zachrich, Jeanne 41, 89, 93, 102,
Zachrich, Marvin 74
Zachrich, Robert 64
Zachrich, Roger 54
Zachrich, Tom 64, 114, 128
Zimmerman, Greg 52, 54, 96, 97.
103, 114, 126
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