Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)
- Class of 1968
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nap ane ■m4 ' 1968 V Napanet 1968 Student Life 8 Academics 22 Album 38 Athletics 74 Organizations 90 Advertising 112 Senior Activities 136 Nap pan ee High School Nappanee, Indiana Volume X LI 1 1 Youth — a Time for DISCO VER Y NHS students discover their world through the realities of sci- ence, people, beauty, power and understanchng. An assembly pro- gram on NASA stimulates interest in scientific advancement . Students discover a sense of belonging by associating with other people. Beauty of art and nature surrounds them daily. An exciting sensation of power meets them behind the wheel of a car. They search to un- derstand " the meaning in the mean- ing of words. " Knowledge Leads to . . . Self-Discovery Youth is a time for self-discovery through experiences of friendship, achievement and development of talents . Students learn to know themselves through communication with others. Being able to talk with a special person may begin a lasting relationship. Displaying excel- lence in athletics, being crowned Jr . Miss or receiving a superior rating at contest gives one a feeling of accomplishment and self-satisfaction . Discovery of FRIENDSHIPS VLinatrcllQ Unfolding Seasons Create Diversions Seeking relief from summer heat . . . A bracing splash in cold water ... A walk through an open air art gallery. Feeling nostalgic . . . Seeing smoke rise from burning leaves . . . Sensing closeness under a harvest moon in a wagon of hay . Racing downhill on new snow . . .Ad- vancing from beginners ' tow to T-bar . . . Celebrating a winning game with a coke at Howard ' s. Watching crocuses spring up in melt- ing snow . . . Tasting the first frosted rootbeer of a new season. 10 l ■ . . Newly crowned Queen Helen Popowzak is surrounded by her court: fresh- man Jill Stillson, junior Pat Stouder, senior Mary Ann Best, senior Peg Dean and sophomore Mary Orn. Homecoming spirit breaks through. Homecoming Becomes Falls ' Happening ' Grads get together over a glass of pxuich and talk about Couples dance to the psychedelic sounds of the Mid- past experiences and future plans. west Hallucination. Snowball Brings Midwinter Sparkle Flowers and flame for this formal foursome. 1967 Homecoming Happening ... A spirited crowd gathers around leaping flames . . . Cheers rise for the mighty Bulldogs as they battle the Concord Min- utemen . . . Suspense grows as half-time activities begin . . . " MardiCras " melo- dies by the Marching Band herald the ap- proach of sleek convertibles . . . Queen candidates and attendants arrive to clos- ing strains of " Sweetheart of Sigma Chi " . . . From the loudspeaker comes the long-awaited announcement: " 1967 Home- coming Queen Helen Popowzak " . . . Roses and tears reflect shared joy at her crowning . . . Warm sentiments linger as we welcome back our grads at the after game dance . Holiday Snowball brings gaiety and sparkle . . . Jolly Santa delights everyone by handing out candy canes . . . dancing feet are shod in silver and gold . . . Cou- ples swing to the beat of the Saharas . . . Whispered good nights say Merry Christ- mas. Glittering ornaments addto the gala affair. ' Don ' t tell him it ' s diet punch! " ]3 Sycamore Street Resounds with Thunder Emerson Kanode is transformed into Joe Blake. " Shut up--or else go back where you belong. " Cast and crew put forth time and effort to present THUNDER ON SYCAMORE STREET. 14 THUNDER ON SYCAMORE STREET . . . Tense tryout night . . . Cast and crew chosen . . . Endless rehearsals . . . Lines, lines and more lines . . . " Of course, it ' s none of MY business! " . . . " I ' m going to have to start checking your reading material, young man! " . . . Dress rehearsal, grease paint, powder and pranks . . . Last minute assurance -- " Break a leg " . . . Butterflies . . . Audi- ence reactions . . . Sweet success . . . A fun-filled, post-play party at Howard ' s ... A sycamore tree for a hard working director . " Your glasses are clean. You wear ' em out--you have to buy a new pair. " Juniors Welcome Seniors to a Memorable Prom goers enjoy tossed salad, roast turkey, baked potatoes, green beans, coffee and hard rolls. " Dance to the Music " 16 Eve of Fan tasy Junior-Senior Prom, April 26, 1968 . . . Dashingthrough rain showers to pick up fragrant corsages . . . Awaiting a date ' s arrival with excitement . . . Smil- ing for the camera under clearing skies . . . Enjoying a delicious roast turkey dinner . . . Laughing with comedian- magician Jan Berkshire . . . Dancing be- neath scenes of Cinderella and Snow White . . . Changing into casual clothes for a casual after -prom party . . . Sleeping through THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE . . . Eating breakfast . . . Dreaming pleasant dreams . Rose Kennedy pays an unexpected visit. Couples view city lights from the Elkhart Hotel bal- cony. Four-fifths of the Cambridge Five perform on percussion, guitar and sax. Salutatorian Jan Eichenberger; Co-valedictorians Howard Brumbaugh and Rose Mary Slabaugh. Boys ' and Girls ' State Representatives Gene Zercher, Karen Forsythe, Debra Krou and Ray Clouse. Outstanding Senior Athlete Steve Walters receives the blanket award for his record of over 50 letter points. i- ■1 - W;- ' ■MH JH y ' ' ,«■ d B 18 Recognition Is Given To Deserving Students 1968 Betty Crocker Homemaker Susan Cleveland. American Legion Citizenship Award Winners Connie Burkholder, Jan Eichenberger, Steve Walters and John Maust. Hi-Y Sportsmanship Award Winner Robert Waterson. Arriving for the important event are Sheri and Steve. Graduation Farewells Commencement-- Wednesday, May 22, 1968 . . . Class motto: " Where there is an open mind, there will always be a fron- tier. " . . . Class colors: avacodo green and gold . . . Class flower: yellow Kil- lian daisy . . . Searching for someone with a loose fitting cap . . . Trying to master the hesitation step . . . Feeling misty at the sound of " Pomp and Circum- stance " . . . Hoping that your chair is in place . . . Discovering the purpose of education . . . Continuing to grow Understanding ourselves . . . Finding a way to make a meaningful contribution in life. " Yes, Tim, I believe you ' re parallel to the floor. " Mr. Borden R. Purcell speaks on " Choices You Make " at com- mencement exercises on a stage decorated with palms, pillars, ivy and the 1968 class flower, the yellow Killian daisy. 20 Bring New Beginnings Sylvia is ready for her first step into the future. Jubilant graduates realize they finally made it. Solemn seniors remember past high school experiences and think about future plans. 21 Discovery ofKNO W LEDGE P| P ft Discoveries in Mathematics and Science Lana Chupp finds an answer on the complex logarithm chart. ° " Uh, hey, I ' m a side short. " Many courses are available for math or science oriented students. Practical students may study general math. First year algebra students discover that the unknown value is not always easy to find. Proofs and problems are solved on the overhead projector in geometry . Advanced algebra is offered as a continuation of first year algebra . Senior advanced math in- cludes the study of trigonometry, analyt- ical geometry and solid geometry. Students discover different aspects of several sciences in general and physical science. Three laboratory sciences are offered. Biology is a required sophomore course. Chemistry and physics may be taken by juniors and seniors . Accuracy means a successful chemistry experiment. 24 Shape Our World A difficult physics lab is undertaken by Doug and Craig. Will it be another case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde? " 1 don ' t know . . . Are you sure we can get to the brain from the underneath side of this fish? " 25 Manual Skills Aid in Drill, ye tarrier, drill. Just a little more work and this can be folded and put into the case. " Hey, it works! It really works! ' With all this loving care the car should purr. f Discovery of Important Crafts Manual skills are taught in several dif- ferent shops. Boys learn the necessary art of drafting in mechanical drawing. In woodworking the difficulty of the various projects built is determined by the stu- dent ' s experience in the department. Metal and machine shop students ac- quire knowledge in the use of machines . Advanced students made safety jacks, C -clamps and screw drivers as projects. Boys in basic electricity learn the fun- damentals of electricity. Projects com- pleted by the two classes were electro- magnets and electric motors. The more advanced electronics class also studies electricity. They built a tube commonly known as a transistor radio . Building trades gives students an op- portunity to learn carpentry skills. The boys gained experience by constructing the stage set for the senior play . Students learn to service cars in auto shop. Most of the work is done on their own cars. " How about it, you guys? Let ' s form a union. " Automation will never replace our industrious seniors. Creativity Is Only 350 more strokes. " If I have to rip this again, I ' ll just die. " Girls in home economics acquire skill in useful domestic arts. In the foods de- partment they learn to prepare meals dur- ing their first three years. The sopho- mores completed their unit with a Thanks - givingturkey dinner. Neatness and clean- liness in the kitchen are stressed. The home nursing course includes care of older and handicapped people. Projects in the clothing department range from A-line skirts to spring formals. First and second year art students work with design, pencil drawings and crafts including soap and wood carvings. Second year students visited the Scholastic Art Show in South Bend. Third and fourth year students approach art in the positive - negative style . In addition to painting in acrylics and working with clay, they stud- ied commercial art. A little rind never hurt anyone. 28 Inspired Through Home Economics and Art Isn ' t it strange what can develop from a mere board? It ' s a bird. It ' s a plane. It ' s a . . . ? Discovery of Values Through Literature Discover America through literature. Group discussion promotes understanding. The freshman ' s introduction to gram- mar and literature is supplemented with outside reading. A more intense grammar study composes sophomore English. The tenth grader also discovers different types of literature. After completing high school grammar, the junior studies American literature. A team teaching unit entitled " A Search for Values " was conducted in the first hour senior English literature and speech classes. Junior and senior English and speech students traveled to South Bend and Goshen to see Shakespeare ' s TAMING OF THE SHREW and THE CRU- CIBLE by Arthur Miller. Cindy Cripe sets out on a hunting expedition. 30 Speech classes find that their debates rarely bring change in opinion. A CHRISTMAS CAROL Highlights Speech Class Through individual speeches students practice the use of effective eye contact and gestures which aid informal speakers . To begin the drama unit the two classes gave a joint presentation of Charles Dick- ens ' A CHRISTMAS CAROL for the school . Other studies dealt with group discussion, debate and oral interpretation. Recitals read from manuscripts concluded the in- terpretation unit . The Face Maker. ' It ' s Christmas Day. I haven ' t missed it. " 31 History of man provides interesting sophomore study. " And now you see . . . don ' t you? " Study of Humanity Brings Understanding of Today " Hey! This is a LIBRARY. Let ' s not treat it like it ' s Grand Central Station! " In the social studies department there are three required courses . In civics freshmen learn the responsibilities of being a citizen . In United States history juniors study the basis of our government and the building of our nation . This year outside reading was required in order to expand the student ' s knowledge of U.S. history and government . All seniors take government and economics. They study United States government in detail and learn basic principles of earning a living. A highly recommended elective course for sophomores is world history . In this class students study the history of man from the stone age to the present . Another interesting branch of social studies includes psychology and sociology . Psychology is the scientific study of hu- man behavior. Man ' s relationship to so- ciety is studied in sociology. 32 Otras Lenguas Son Importantes Tambien For students who wish to expand their knowledge in language, courses in Latin and Spanish are offered . First year Latin students add variety to their class by making projects . Steve Baker and Keith Strauss, both second year students, were chosen to attend the sum- mer Indiana University Latin Institute . A growing interest in Spanish has in- creased the need for classes. This year there was a class in session during all seven periods . Students learn to commu- nicate in Spanish with others by practicing oral repetition. Fluency is perfected through individual speeches. Joyce finds that U.S. events affect the whole world. Hmmm . . . Rome ' s answer to the Rose Bowl? 33 Various Courses Emphasize Good Business Sense " Acme Steel Products Co. really did well this year. " " Hmm ... I must have added right for a change. " Developing business skills is a neces- sary factor to succeed in today ' s world. Learning to type is important since this skill is used almost daily. Students learn to file and to use dictaphones in office practice . Extra typing and mimeograph- ing is done for the faculty by students tak- ing business courses. Bookkeeping, ac- counting and shorthand courses are of- fered. Business English and business arithmetic are given for students inter- ested in a business career. Sometimes more time is spent correcting than typing. 34 Sue and Karen assist faculty by mimeographing test copies. Third time ' s charm. Students Discover New Careers in Agriculture Agriculture courses stress the best methods of raising crops and livestock. This year for the first time one girl took this course. The soil judging teams placed third and fourth in the county. In February the class traveled to Bums Harbor, In- diana, to visit Bethlehem Steel . " This one eats like a horse ! " Ag. boys erect an F.F.A. sign on Highway 19. Future Farmers OF America 35 Exercise, Health and " Now that I ' m up here, how do I get down? " Phys. ed. boys increase their endurance. There is someone who ' s been eating Cheerios. Pow-Power. 36 Safety Contribute to Our Weil-Being Physical education builds strong bod- ies . Students taste the excitement of all types of sports and games ranging from basketball to pool . Physical fitness tests help students discover their strong and weakpoints. The advanced girl s phys . ed. class studied different types of dancing and presented several programs to various groups . In health class general anatomy is studied. Also, the importance of good personal health and hygiene is stressed. Sophomores must spend thirty hours in the driver ' s training car before they can receive their driver ' s permit. This experience is required in addition to class- room work in order to pass the course. A good beginning " Wally, for a real problem consult your doctor. " always leads to 37 Disco very of CLASS LOYAL TIES Efficient Administration Directs Wa-Nee School Board members (SEATED) President Forest Ken- dall, M.D. , Dale Christner, Treasurer Richard Berger, Vice -President Kenneth Smith. (STANDING) Secretary Lyle Yoder, Russell Wenger, Robert Abel, M.D. Superintendent of Wa-Nee Community Schools James Lowell Sheets, assistant superintendent in charge of O. Weddle. special services. 40 Community Schools Delores Arnott, activities treasurer and Mildred Phil- lips, Mr. Webb ' s secretary. Financial secretary and bookkeeper Inez Rogers, as- sistant bookkeeper Phyllis Heckaman and secretary- clerk Ruth Eastlund. Nappanee High School Principal Fred Webb, Jr. John K. Miller, curriculum coordinator of Wa-Nee Community Schools. " y4 Teacher Affects Eternity; He Can DOROTHY ARCH--Hoine Economics. Indiana Univer- sity, B.S. F.H.A. WANITA BALL--English. In- diana University, B.S. Univer- sity of Notre Dame, M.A. Sr. Y-Teens, Deanof Girls, NAP- ANET. MARTHA BERGER- -Mathe- matics. North Central College, B.A. Jr. Y-Teens, Eighth Grade Sponsor. BARBARA BERT --Special Reading. UpIandCoIIege, B.A. THOMAS BRADWAY--Math- ematics. Manchester College, B.S. Baseball Coach, Eighth Grade Basketball Coach. BRYAN CARTER --Business Education, Social Studies. Manchester College, B.S. In- diana University, M.S. Senior Sponsor. PATRICK CARTER--Engl ish. Manchester College, B.S. As- sistant Football Coach, Assis- tant Wrestling Coach. SELWYN COPELAND- -Sci- ence. University of Minnesota, B.S.Syracuse University, M.S. Tri-Sci Club. KEITH DOUGHERTY --Boys ' Physical Education, Industrial Arts, Indiana State University, B.S., M.S. Athletic Director, Head Basketball Coach. DONEL EVERNHAM--Social Studies. Ball State University, B.S. CARLYLE FREDERICK-- Mathematics. Manchester College, B.S. Northwestern University, Indiana University. National Honor Society. ERIC GERBER- -Industrial Arts. Purdue University, B.S., M.S. Projector Club, Boys ' In- tramural Basketball, Golf Coach. 42 Never Tell Where His Influence Stops. " ARDIS HARVEY --Librarian. Goshen College, B.S. Book Club, Sr. Y-Teens. JOHN HAUENSTEIN--Sci- ence. Huntington College, University of Notre Dame, In- diana University, B.S. Purdue University, M.S. Students of Science, Sophomore Sponsor. FORREST KANTNER--Agri- culture, Science. Purdue Uni- versity, B.S., M.S. F.F.A. MICHAEL KELLY- -Social Studies, Boys ' Physical Educa- tion. Ball State University, B.S. Assistant Football Coach, Freshman Basketball Coach. PHILIP LEHMAN- -Business Ed- ucation. Indiana University, B.S. D ' BULLDOG, Tennis Coach. JAMES LENTZ- -Instrumental Music. Ball State University, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. GERALD LICHTI- -English, Speech. Goshen College, B.A. D ' BULLDOG, Senior Class Play, Senior Sponsor. GEORGE NOONAN-- Industrial Arts. Andrews University, B.S. Purdue University. CARIDAD OLIVELLA- -Span- ish. Havana University, L.L.D. Indiana State University, B.A., M.S. MIGUEL OLIVELLA --Spanish. Havana University, L.L.D. In- diana State University, B.A., M.S. Spanish Club. RUTH PANCOAST--General Music, Vocal Music. Wake Forest College, B.A. Indiana University, M.M.E. ROBERT RILEY- -Social Stud- ies. Valparaiso University, B.S. Indiana University, M.A.T. Cross-Country Coach, B-team Basketball Coach, Junior Spon- sor. 43 NHS Faculty Inspires Creativity in Students MARY ROOD--Art. Indiana State University, B.S. Palette and Brush Club, Junior Sponsor. CONNIE SEYMOURE--Eng- lish. Ball State University, B.S. Pep Club, Cheerleaders. CAROL SIMMONS --English, Latin. Indiana University, B.A., M.S. Latin Club. CALVIN STUTZ MAN --Indus- trial Arts. Western New Mexico University, B.S., M.A. Junior Sponsor. WILLL MSVYANTEK- -Social Studies. Indiana University, B.S. Indiana State University, M.S. N-Men, Head Football Coach, Wrestling Coach, As- sistant Track Coach. JOSEPH VARRO--Social Stud- ies. University of Texas at El Paso, B.S. Sr. Hi- Y, Assistant Football Coach. BURMEL WALTER --Mathe- matics, Science. Indiana Cen- tral College, A.B. Saint Fran- cis College, M.S. MILDRED WALTERS --Eng- lish, Home Economics. Adrian College, Manchester College, A.B. Jr. Y-Teens. JANET WEEKS --Art, Girls ' Physical Education. Manches- ter College, B.S. G.A.A., Girls ' Intramural Bowling and Skiing. GEORGE WEYBRIGHT- -Spe- cial Education. Manchester College, B.A. Ball State Uni- versity, M.A. Bethany Semi- nary, B.D. JOHN WOLFE- -English. Purdue University, B.S. Indiana State University, M.S. Jr. Hi-Y, As- sistant Basketball Coach. 44 Qualified Personnel Provide Guidance Director of Guidance Mr. Fields. School Nurse Annie Woodams. Mr. McKee, guidance counselor and English teacher. Mr. Murphy, speech and hearing therapist and school psychometrist. Important Everyday CUSTODIANS. Ewald Duerkson and Eldon Yoder. BOOKSTOREAND OFFICE ASSISTANTS. FIRST ROW: K. Slabaugh, M. Mullet, J. Zimmerman. SECOND ROW: P. Dean, B. Collins, B. Wagner. BACK ROW: S. Mc- Kee, J. Truex, P. Titus, S. Rowland. " Itmustbe here somewhere. C...?B... ' H...? R . . . ? " COOKS. Isabelle Rogers, Margaret Adams, Eileen Sheets, 46 Needs Are Met by Special Assistants LIBRARY ASSISTANTS. FIRST ROW: K. Tobias, C. Klotz, C. Irwin, M. Arch, R. Reed, J. Zentt, K. Miller, P. Berkey. SECOND ROW: L. Bricker, B. Collins, J. Hartaell, T. Beer, S. Hartzell, A. Reprogle, J. Young, Mrs. Harvey, librarian. BACK ROW: G. Shrock, D. Klotz, D. Heckaman, S. Adams, J. Hinton, B. Brenne- man, M. Ingle, R. Hochstetler, S. Dady. BUS DRIVERS. FIRST ROW: Ross Noffsinger, Raymond Long, Eldon Hartzell, George Reed, Lowell Anglin. SECOND ROW: Buell Hoffer, Robert Helmuth, Ruth Miller, Dean Gulp, Roy Martin. !.oneta Rice Seniors Reach Final Stages of High School The average member of the Class of ' 68isa5 ' 7 " , 137 pound, Industrious per- son. As a senior and upperclassman he finds many new responsibilities placed upon him both scholastically and in extra- curricular activities. Academic require- ments are government and economics. Class activities began in August of ' 67 with the taking of senior pictures. In early spring a committee was appointed to se- lect graduation cards and announcements . After several of Mr. Carter ' s pep talks, the class managed to sell enough senior play tickets to pay for their yearbooks and cap and gown rental . Vice-President Howard Brumbaugh, Secretary -Treas- urer Nelda Stickel and President Steve Walters. Hippie Gail Phillips eats lunch with other seniors as they live it up on Senior Day. SANDRA ADAMS STEPHEN ADAMS PAMELA ANGLIN MARY BETH ARCH TREVA BORKHOLDER MARY ANN BEST BRENDA BRENNEMAN BRADLEY BLOSSER RANDALL BROWN 49 ROBERT BROWN JOHN CHRISTNER HOWARD BRUMBAUGH SUSAN CLEVELAND DOUGLAS C HO KEY CHERYL CRANE DEVON CRIPE KATHY GULP PEGGY DEAN 50 JANE DEISCH MARY DETWILER KATHLEEN DUERKSEN JAN EICHENBERGER DIANE FERVIDA JERRY EPLEY RALPH FLOWERS RICHARD FAIRCHILD VICKI FRENGER 51 SYLVIA FREESE CARL GANSHORN CRAIG GANSHORN DALE GEORGE DOUGLAS HARTZELL SHELLEY GILDERS LEEVE JAN HARTZELL NOEMI GONZALEZ RANDALL HEPLER 52 MICHAEL HOLLAR LARRY HURST V. LEROY HOWARD MICHELE INGLE JERRY HUFF EMERSON KANODE CYNTHIA KINTZEL LARRY KLOTZ STANLEY LUTES 53 GREGORY LYNCH RONALD MEISTER MALCOLM McDonald DENNIS MIKEL DENNIS MARTZ RANDALL MIKEL DENNIS MILLER DONNA MILLER LARRY MILLER 64 RUSSELL MILLER STEPHEN MULLET MARLA MULLETT RUSSELL MYERS MICHAEL NEWCOMER PATRICK NEIBERT PETE NICHOLS LARRY NEWCOMER JAMES PARCELL 55 GAIL PHILLIPS ROBERT PIPPENGER CONNIE PONTIOUS HELEN POPOWZAK JERRY RESSLER CHERYL REAKER JUDITH RESSLER SUE REED TOM ROGERS 56 RHONDA ROBISON JAMES SCHMUCKER KAY RYMAN KENT SCHWARTZ MICHAEL SASSAMAN JERRY SHAW JOHN SHEETS KIMBERLY SLABAUGH ROSEMARY SLABAUGH 57 ROY SLAGLE NELDA STICKEL SCOTT SMITH PAULA STONEBURNER PENNY SPONSELLER KAREN STRAUSS DENNIS STUMP LYNN STUMP STANLEY STUTZMAN 58 PATRICIA TITUS KATHLEEN TOWNSEND JENNIFER TRUEX STEVEN WALTERS HAROLD UMBAUGH ROBERT WATERSON BELINDA WAGNER KENNETH WEAVER 59 STEVEN WEAVER GLORIA WISE FREDRIC WEBB KAREN YODER TIMOTHY WEGMILLER SANDRA YODER CLAYTON YOUNG In Memory of KAREN JOHNSTON 60 Juniors ' Dome Rings Break Tradition The members of the junior class begin to emerge as leaders in the school . The typical junior is identified by his distinc- tive dome ring with a blue set. He weighs 135 pounds and is 5 ' 6 " tall. He wears an expression of satisfaction concerning his participation in this year ' s successful magazine sale, a project which yielded $2,100 for the class treasury. United States history and English are required courses in the junior year . Prom committees worked long hours planning invitations, programs and pre- paringdecorations to complement the ro- mantic theme of " An Eve of Fantasy. " The juniors created an evening of delight for their senior guests . Secretary-Treasurer Kathy Anderson, Vice-President Tim works on atmosphere as he helps create the " Forest Dave Hoffer and President Ray Clouse. of No Return. " Rosina Albert, Richard Allen, Kathryn Anderson, Dennis Ar- nott,DavidBean, Tyrann Beer. Cathlin Best, Lonnie Blucker, DarrellBoettger, Ruth Brenne- man, Linda Burkholder, Lana Chupp. 61 Melvin Chupp, Ray Clouse, Bonita Collins, Michael Counts, Michael Cripe, Lynn Croy. David Dady, David Deisch, Michael Denniston, Keith Det- wiler, Kenneth Detwiler, Mar- vin EXierksen. Phillip Eiler, Lee Fairchild, Donna File, Karen Forsythe , Lynn Frederick, Peggy Frenger. Constance Frick, Susan Carl, Donald Gaut, Ervin Graber, Herbert Graber, Becky Guard. Bryan Guard, David Hahn, Daryl Hamman, Brenda Hard- esty, Michael Hargrove, Joyce Hartzell. Betty Helmuth, John Hinton, Pamela Hively, Ralph Hoch- stetler, Roger Hochstetler, Wayne Hochstetler. David Hoffer, Mark Hoffer, Scott Hoffer, Diane Hosier, Cara Hunsberger, Samuel John- son. Barbara Kanode, Dian Klotz, Joyce Klotz, Debra Krou, Bruce Losee, Howard Losee. Rebecca Lutes, Kevin McMur- ray, Cynthia Marchand, Dennis Martin, Diane Martz, Joseph Mast. 62 Pamela Masterson, Craig Mid- daugh, Jack Mikel, Cathy Mil- ler, Daniel Miller, Dennis Mil- ler. John Miller, Mary Miller, How- ard Mishler, Michael L. Mish- ler, MichaelR. Mishler, Diane Mullet. Magdalena Mullet, Janet Muntz, Ryan Newcomer, Sue Pippen, Gary Pippenger, Gail Plotner. Arrieta Reprogle , Roger Rich- mond, Donald Rohrer, Michael Roose, Sue Rowland, Daniel Schrock. Alan Sechrist, Jack Sheets, Stephen Slabaugh, Lloyd Sla- gle, Edgar Stahley, JoEllen Stahly. JackStillson, Patricia Stouder, Timothy Stouder, Martin Straka, Paula Stump, Gene Thomas. Amy Tobias, BrettTobias, Judy Truex, Perry Tyler, Marcia Wagner, Maria Wagner. Colleen Walters, Judy Walters, Mark Watkins, Karen Weaver, Melvin Weaver, Betty Wise. Diane Yoder, Peggy Yoder, June Young, VernZentz, Eugene Zercher. 63 Sophomores Begin To Make Their Mark The tenth grade brings a year of se- curity and fun. It is an " in-between " time when class members concern themselves mainly with the present. An initial year of valuable experience is behind them, and graduation still seems ages away. They do not as yet feel the strain of making de- cisions about college and lifetime occupa- tions . The 5 ' 5 " , 122 pound sophomore strives to master English and to explore the com - plexities of biology . In order to develop a healthy body he continues his participa- tion in the physical education program . Spring found the Class of ' 70 eagerly involved in the project of selecting class rings . Everyone awaits the arrival of the rings with anticipation. President Steve Baker, Vice-President Keith Strauss, Secretary- Treasurer Jean Zimmerman. Samuel Adams, Connie Anglin, Donna Arnott, Steven Baker, Andrea Bean, Diane Berger. Marlene Berger, Vicki Berger, Patricia Berkey, Cynthia Bie- ver, Victoria Blosser, Sandra Boettger. Emily Bolyard, Duane Bontra- ger, Larry Bowers, Linda Bricker, Debra Brown, Pam Burkholder. SusanCallander, David Cleve- land, Sandra Cleveland, Deb- orah Cobb, Mary Coppes, Brenda Cripe. Randall Cripe, Charles Crum, Linda Culp, Paul Dixon, Hal Dunham, Berty Egging. 64 Teresa Ellis, Cheryl Etsinger, Dallas Evans, Patricia Evans, Lee Farney, Barbara Fervida. Jolene Fervida, Diarnie Flet- cher, Sue Forrest, Rebecca For- sythe, Daryl Ganger, Debra Ganshom. Brenda Gaut, Kathy Greene, Jean Hall, Nancy Hall, Sharon Hall, Kathleen Hardesty. H i mm DonitaHartzell, Kendall Hart- Hrm zell, Sharon Hartzell, Sherry Hawkins, Dennis Heckaman, ' K t JH Kim Heckaman. GaryHeckathorn, Clara Hoch- stetler, Darrell Hochstetler, Doris Hochstetler, Ray Hoch- stetler, Gary Hostetter. Ronald Huff, Connie Irwin, Shirley Johnston, Debra Kauff- man, David Kulp, Kay Kurtz. James Lewis, Patricia McAn- drew, Tonya McDonald, Susan McKee, Natalie McQuinn, Kyle Marshall. Cynthia Masterson, William Mattern, Nancy Maust, Ronald May, Robert Mellinger, Ste- phen Metzler. Karen Miller, Lanadell Miller, Rolland Miller, Rick Mishler, Duane Moneyheffer, Patrick Moore. Carolyn Mullet, Mark New- comer, Mary Om, Ray Patter- son, Debra Fletcher, Debra Price. 65 Merle Ramer, Rita Reed, Irene Ressler, MildredRock, Cynthia Rohrer, John Roose. Charles Rosentrater, Jett Row- land, Jay Ryan, Donna Sassa- man, Sheila Schultz, Kurt Schwartz. Douglas Scott, Grace Shrock, Sandra Silvers, Randall Sla- baugh, Terry Slagle, Gayle Spicher. Brenda Stouder, Rick Strang, Keith Strauss, Devon Stump, James Swihart, Susan Thomas. Jim Thompson, Cathy Tobias, Darla Unsicker, Denise Ver- straete, Connie Weaver, Wendy Wegmiller. Neill Witt, Cynthia Yoder, Keith Yoder, Kent Yoder, Ruth Ziliak, Jean Zimmerman. Freshmen Enter into High School Life President Dan Sheets, Vice-President Wendy Walters, Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Wise. The average member of the Class of 71 is a 5 ' 3 " , 109 -pound bundle of life. Many opportuniti es of high school unfold before him as he discovers his new exis- tence in the high school world . He must learn to balance his time between school work and extracurricular activities . He keeps busy with his required courses of English, health, civics, algebra or gen- eral math, and physical education or band. Freshman boys have their first -.experi - ence with high school basketball. This year ' s team concluded the season with a record of 5-12 under Coach Kelly. Londa Adams, Sandra Allen, Diane Anderson , Walter Angle - meyer, Jeanne Anglemeyer, Sandra Anglemyer. David Amott, Dennis Berger, Steven Berger, Janice Black, Steven Burkholder, Michael Callander. Jolene Cameron, Richard Chapman, Fannie Chupp, Linda Chupp, Michael Cleveland, Rebecca Clouse. Charles Coppes, Jack Corwin, Cynthia Cripe, Joe Dean, Steven Denniston, Steven Det- wiler. Beverly Egolf, John Elliott, Rick Eppley, Robert File, Karen Fink, Phillip Fisher. Randall Fisher, Connie Fitz- gerald, Sherry Fletcher, Joyce Frederick, Gregory Frick, Con- nie Furney. Thomas Golden, David Graber, Bonnie Guard, Kent Gwin, Holly Hahn, Bonnie Hargrove. Kenneth Heckathom, Patricia Hepler, Brenda Hershberger, Michael Hershberger, Jennice Hill, Neil Hinton. Norma Hochstetler, Roger Hochstetler, Shirley Hochstet- ler, Roxanne Hoffer, Norbert Hosier, Brian Huff. 67 Angela Hull, Barbara Hurst, Linda Hurst, Douglas Hynd- man, Denise Ingle, Gary Ingle. Dianne Jack, Colean Jennings, Richard Johnson, Debra Klop- enstein, Carol Klotz, Kenneth Klotz. Connie Losee, Roger Loucks, Cynthia Lynch, David Mac- Donald, Jeanette McDonald, Jack Mason. Barbara Mast, Nancy Mast, Daniel Metzler, Michael Metz- ler, Kendra Middaugh, Cheryl Miller. Homer Miller, Marietta Miller, Nelson Miller, Patricia Miller, Sena Miller, Ronald Mishler. William Mitschelen, Kay Moore, Regina Moss, Etta Mul- let, Eugene Mullet, Sandra Mullett. Melinda Newcomer, Miguel Olivella, Steven Orton, Vicki Parcell, Roger Penrose, Linda Price. Randall Richmond, Steven Ringerber, Kathleen Rummel, Linda Sassaman, Rebecca Searfoss, Kent Schmucker. Wanda Shaw, Daniel Sheets, Nancy Sheets, Jody Slabaugh, Nathan Slabaugh, Sonna Sla- gle. 68 Ellen Snyder, Frederick Snyder, Shirley Sponseller, Jeanne Stahly, Aretta Stapleton, Jill Stillson. Julie Stouder, Marcia Stutz- man, Jerry Swihart, Robert Thomas, Michael Tobias, Dwight Vandiver. Michael Walters, Wendy Wal- ters, Wayne Weise, Doretta Wiegand, Juanita Wilhite, Merl Wise. Shirley Wise, Sue Wise, Judy Wysong, Nicholas Yoder, Rose- mary Yoder, Ruth Yoder. Steven Yoder, Dennis Zent, Diane Zentz, Jo Ann Zentz, Richard Zercher. Eighth Graders Anticipate High School Years President Tammy Sheets and Vice-President Roger Croy. An eighth grader enters NHS looking forward with anticipation to the four years of high school ahead of him . He accepts the challenge of responsibility in his new environment. He has an opportunity not only to view high school life first hand but also to participate in student activities including Student Council, Jr. Y -Teens and Jr. Hi-Y. The 104 pound, thirteen year old radiates pure energy from his 5 ' 1 " frame. He participates in required courses of physical education, English, math, science and history . Boys participating in basketball boasted a fine record of 12-4. Their 1968 season was highlighted by tying for first place in the eighth grade basketball conference . 69 Richard A dams, Robert Adams, EUie Albert, Larry Andrews, Lynn Anglemyer, Linda Anglin. Carol Armantrout, Max Beck, Kenneth Becker, Bruce Berkey, Gail Bigler, Keith Bixler. Sandra Bricker, Jill Bridenstine, Elizabeth Brown, Connie Burk- holder, Sharon Burkholder, Jo- anna Cameron. Lynn Cain, Lynette Clem, Rob- ert Cleveland, Margo Cook, Carla Counts, David Crane. Jerry Cripe, Leanne Cripe, Roger Croy, Carla Crum, Randy Culp, Richard Dallas. Diane Denniston, Patty Det- wiler, Alice Duerksen, Mi- chelle Eilers, Debra Ellis, Linda Eppley. Steven Eppley, Roger Evans, Rick Fisher, Rex Forrest, Jen- nifer France, Kenton Gaff. Paul Garl, Barry Geyer, Lee Gilbert, Scott Gildersleeve, Debra Guckenberger, Barbara Hall. Robert Hall, Larry Hamman, Kenton Hand, Gregory Harmon, Dennis Hart, Edward Hart. Connie Hartman, Cheryl Heck- aman, James Helmuth, Jeffrey Hepler, Arlene Hershberger, Dale Hochstetler. 70 Dennis Hochstetler, JohnHoch- stetler, Marietta Hochstetler, Ricky Hollar, Ranita Hope- well, Gerald Hostetler. RogerHostetler, Larry Housour, Jim Huff , Donna Huffman, Jerry Ingle, Carla Irwin. Randall Jennings, John Juarez, Dennis Kauffman, Jerry Klop- enstein, Michael Krou, Debra Linville. Van Losee, Brenda Loucks, Mike MacDonald, Debra Mc- Cuen,Wilma McGIothin, Don- ald Marshall. Elizabeth Mast, Ruth Ann Mast, John Maust, Timothy Maust, Pamela May, Tina Meister. Valerie Metzler, Zeda Metzler, Eldon Mikel, Caroline Miller, Cathy Miller, Donald Miller. Elmer Miller, Freida Miller, John Miller, Kenneth Miller, Lyle Miller, Marilyn Miller. Mary Jean Miller, Sandra Mil- ler, Wayne Miller, Rebecca Mishler, Rex Mishler, Barbara Mitchell. Joyce Moist, Teresa Moody, Byron Moss, Susan Newcomer, Dorothy Nichols, Stanley Noff- singer. Stephen Otto, Lu Ann Pfallar, Stephen Phillips, Lou Ann Pip- pen, Sherry Pippen, Stephen Fletcher. 71 Nancy Price, Gary Reed, Steven Reed, Doris Ressler, Donnette Rhodes, Anna Rock. David Rohrer, Sharon Rohrer, Richard Rogers, Mark Roose, James Rose, Eldon Rosentrater. Connie Ryan, James Ryman, Jerry Ryman, Nancy Schmeltz, Connie Schmucker, Michael Schmucker. Miriam Schrock, Rex Schultz, Kristine Schwartz, Sue Sechrist, Michael Shaffer, Russell Shaw. Jeanne Sheets, Tama Sheets, Phillip Shrock, John Slagle, Linda Slagle, Susan Slagle. Steven Sommers, Dan Sparks, Roger Spicher, Jerry Sponsel- ler,Abbie Stahley, Scott Stal- naker. Stephen Stillson , Brian Stouder , Patti Strang, Gary Stutzman, Brenda Thompson, Gail Thompson. Beth Tobias, Sally Umbaugh, Dennis Vandiver, Sherry Wag- ler, Wanda Watkins, Charlotte Weaver. Michael Weaver, Marjorie Weaver, Michael Weise, Robin Wenger, Linda Whetstone, Jykla Wiegand. Ardonna Yoder, Dallas Yoder, Karen Yoder, Lorene Yoder, Victoria Yoder, William Yo- der, 72 Room 113 Students Share New Experiences Tobey Arms, Judy Boettger, Jennifer Cantrell, Bob Elliott, Steve Hochstetler. Don Huffman, Peggy McMur- ray, Brian Middaugh, Dennis Robison, Jack Rose. Janice Sawyer, Karen Snyder, Monica Thomas, Doyle Van- diver, Wayne Yoder. The activities of the class of room 113 fill the individual needs of all its mem- bers. Each student learns the importance of getting along well with others --whether at school, work, or home. Emphasis is placed on the study of family finances and on learning to give clear directions, in- structions and descriptions. Reading en- joyment is stimulated by selecting library books and reading them during leisure time . By use of the opaque projector the students discover books about vocations, health and sociability. Field trips supplemented the class ' s activities this year. They visited a nearby museum, a hospital and several local businesses . Creative arts are enjoyed by the students of room 113. Judy Boettger displays one of her pictures. Completely absorbed in his work, John Hochstetler studies arithmetic. 73 Discovery of CHALLENGE Baseball Team Shows Great Improvement Nappanee Opponent 4 Syracuse 12 3 New Paris 7 6 Jimtown 2 2 Syracuse 7 10 Syracuse 3 3 Rochester 5 Bremen . 5 Concord 3 Warsaw . 1 Triton . . 1 The Bulldogs can ' t be fenced in. Manchester 12 8 Jefferson 1 2 New Paris 15 1 Plymouth 2 7 Rochester 1 2 Triton 1 12 Bremen 4 Warsaw 2 Concord 10 2 Manchester 4 13 Plymouth 13 3 Plymouth 6 Won 9 Lost 12 The Bulldog diamond -men, coached by Tom Bradway, were much improved this year as their record indicates. Steve Walters was awarded the Most Valuable Player Award and Batting Trophy at the Fall Sports Banquet. Steve finished the year with a . 288 batting average . The Nappanee harriers were beset with numerous injuries and closed their season with a 5 -11 record. Bob Waterson, a sen- ior, received the Most Valuable Player Award. The Bulldogs finished 4th in the conference meet . FIRST ROW: D. Miller, B. Waterson, R. Huff, B. Kauf- man, D. Kaufman, R. Strang, B. Zimmerman, manager. S JS SECOND ROW: D. Chokey, M. Denniston, D. Arnott, J. Parcell, S. Walters, D. Tobias, R. Hochstetler. ■r ' £ j , k:_ 76 FIRST ROW: C. Crum, B. Waterson, C. Middaugh, J. Mellinger, M. McDonald, G. Ingle, M. Sassaman, K. Sheets, K. Schwartz, H. Miller, T. Slagle, manager. McMurray. SECOND ROW: CoachRiley,D. Chokey, R. Miller, B. Two-Milers Sprint to Victory Bob Waterson gives a final effort as he nears the finish line. Nappanee Opponent 33 Plymouth 23 36 Fairfield 19 28 Middlebury 27 23 Wakarusa 32 26 Triton 30 31 Akron 26 29 Bremen 27 35 Rochester 22 33 Concord 24 41 Warsaw 19 38 Penn 20 17 Jimtown 43 36 East Noble 21 24 LaVille 31 32 Concord 23 36 West Noble 21 18 Syracuse 39 4th Conference 9th Sectional Calisthenics keep the boys on their toes. Bulldogs Battle Mighty Foes Simon says . . . Managers Tim Stouder and John Miller. . _ . . " -l ii Varsity Coaches Svyantek, McKee and Carter. 78 in ' 67 Season The Bulldogs finished the season with a 2-2-1 conference record and a 2-5-2 season record. Senior Jim Parcell was awarded the Most Valuable Player Trophy and also the Captain Award. Denny Mil- ler, also a senior, received the Defensive Award and the Larry Slabaugh Award. Steve Walters and Jim Parcell boasted first string honors, and John Sheets, Roger Hochstetler and Denny Miller received Honorable Mention on the NLC Conference Team. Nappanee Opponent Columbia City ... 45 East Noble 6 7 Manchester 7 19 Warsaw 26 Auburn 20 Bremen 19 Concord 54 19 Rochester 12 Plymouth 47 Lynn Croy executes a jarring tackle. FIRST ROW: D. Cleveland, M. Metzler, V. Zentz, D. Bontrager, D. Evans, K. Strauss, G. Frick, R. Huff, N. Hinton, D. Sheets. SECOND ROW: D. Hoffer, R. Pat- terson, S. Denniston, D. Metzler, R. Penrose, J. Swi- hart, M. Callander, B. Mitschlen.S.Stutzman, M. New- comer, Coach Svyantek. THIRD ROW: S. Walters, J. Stillson, B. Guard, W. Weise, E. Stahley, J. Ryan, D. Arnott, M. Tobias, H. Losee, G. Pippenger, Coach Mc- Kee. FOURTH ROW: L. Fairchild, C. Ganshorn, L. Croy, D. Miller, D. Berger, R. Hochstetler, J. Sheets, B. Mattern, S. Adams, J. Thompson, Coach Carter. FIFTH ROW: J. Corwin, L. Newcomer, G. Zercher, H. Dunham, M. Denniston, J. Parcell, S. Hoffer, D. Arnott, D. Stump, T. Wegmiller, K. Marshall. 79 Bulldogs Enjoy Winning Campaign 80 The Bulldogs boasted their seventh con- secutive winning season this year. A pre- season injury to Steve Walters gave the team a slow start . Midway through the season the Bulldogs were again hampered byJimParcell breaking his leg. The team rose to the challenge, however, and fin- ished the season with a 14-8 record. The highlight of the year was the Bull- dog victory in the Holiday Tourney. They overtook Triton in the final game . Nappanee defeated Jefferson in the Sec- tional Tourney, then suffered a loss to Penn, the Sectional champs . The Bulldogs placed third in the North- em Lakes Conference with a 3-2 record. Steve Walters was named to the first All- Conference Team. The B-team finished a rough season with a 6-14 record. The boys gained much valuable experience and are looking for- ward to an improved season next year. Steve Walters was presented with the Most Valuable Player Award, and the Cap- tain ' s Trophy went to Jim Parcell . That ' s two sure points for Shav . 6 ' 5 " can prove to be an advantage. Good Coaching, Team- work and Individual Desire Equal Victory Varsity " We They 58 49 58 46 55 59 59 75 76 70 77 89 56 66 67 68 71 52 54 68 79 56 Won 14 54 56 . 73 . 44 . 60 . 48 , 46 , 44 , 55 65 53 61 59 75 71 52 58 56 47 67 47 60 B-team We They Fairfield 43 45 Elkhart 36 40 Goshen 29 33 Knox 54 25 John Adams 42 45 Concord 48 53 Middlebury 38 40 Rochester 57 46 Holiday Tournament Lakeland--Triton .... 37 46 Triton--Lakeland .... 41 42 Columbia City 34 48 Triton 26 50 Warsaw 40 44 East Noble 26 64 Plymouth 36 57 LaVille 58 35 Manchester 46 56 Penn 48 47 Clay 50 34 Bremen 36 35 Sectional Tournament Jefferson Penn Lost 8 Won 6 Lost 14 B-team Coach Riley, Varsity Coach Dougherty and Assistant Coach Wolfe. Bulldogs accept Holiday Tourney trophy. FIRST ROW: R. Slabaugh, manager, D. Chokey, D. Miller, B. Waterson, M. Newcomer, V. Zentz, R. Fisher, R. Strang, R. Huff, T.Slagle, manager. SECOND ROW: S.Walters, C.Zercher.D. Hoffer, K. Yoder, K. Hecka- man,K. Marshall, B. Mattern, R. Cripe. THIRD ROW: M. McDonald, D. Arnott, J. Shaw, J. Parcel!, N. Witt, B. Mellinger, M. Wise, S. Hoffer, H. Dunham, D. Stump. 82 NHS Boys Discover a Challenging Sport FIRST ROW: J.Stillson, D. Cleveland, R. Mishler, M. Mishler, C. Middaugh, J. Mason, B. File. SECOND ROW: L. Croy, L. Slagle, R. Newcomer, K. Strauss, D. Bon- trager, N. Hinton, G. Pippenger. THIRD ROW: D. Hahn, R.Patterson,]. Ryan, J. Sheets, T. Wegmiller, J. Swi- hart, W. Weise, B. Guard. Wrestling is rapidly becoming an es- tablished sport at Nappanee. Under the competent direction of Coach Svyantek and Coach Carter this year ' s grapplers showed improvement. Although the rec- ord was 1-9, the team proved they will have a very promising season next year. Nine out of eleven lettermen will be re- turning. Mike Mishler and Craig Mid- daugh finished the season with a total of 63.5 and 63 points respectively. " All right you guys, break it up! " Wrestlers in motion. Nappanee Opponent 21 East Noble 31 21 Concord 31 11 Lakeland 40 20 Rochester 36 45 West Noble 15 10 Jimtown 48 15 Plymouth 39 8 Warsaw 42 15 LaVille 40 25 Rochester 33 83 The ' 68 Cindermen Without a doubt Bryan has a winning form. BOTTOM ROW: V. Zentz, R. Huff, H. Miller, B. Guard, D. Hoffer, B. Waterson. SECOND ROW: H. Losee, G. Hostetter, L. Newcomer, J. Sheets, G. Frick, P. Moore, To be a successful hurdler, precision, coordination Although this year ' s track team did not have a winning season, the boys suc- ceeded in setting a number of new school records. Ron Huff, a sophomore, broke the record in the two-mile run. Jerry Shaw soared to a height of 12 ' 9 " in the pole vault . A new record was set by the milerelay team . Senior Doug Chokey cap- manager. TOP ROW: B. Mattern,D. Chokey, M. Wise, j. Shaw, D. Stump, D. Martin, j. Parcell and S. Wal- ters (not pictured). s 84 Mark the Season with New Records and agility are required. Seniors Sheets and Newcomer prove to be assets to the ' 68 team. tured the half mile and mile runs in rec- ord times . Doug was also given the Most Valuable Player Award at the Spring Sports Banquet. The Bulldogs placed sixth in the Conference Meet and seventh in the Sec- tional with Doug Chokey placing first in the 880 and Steve Walters placing fourth in the 220 . A record breaking 12 ' 9 " was vaulted by Jerry Shaw. Track coaches Svyantek and McKee. Nappanee Opponent 45 Mishawaka 73 42 Warsaw 76 28 Goshen 90 58 Niles 60 39 Concord 79 41 Plymouth 77 65 Bremen 53 49 LaVille 69 63 Triton 50 63 Syracuse 35 Goshen Relays 5th place Conference Meet 6th place Sectional 7th place Won 3 Lost 7 85 Golfers Gain Valuable Experience w ' mm m Sometimes the shortest ones are the hardest. Nappanee Opponent 199 Plymouth 182 177 LaVille 175 182 West Noble 188 184 Manchester 164 183 Jimtown 197 179 North Webster 198 181 Bremen 170 189 Lakeland 174 177 Pierceton 185 189 Warsaw 163 184 Concord 195 177 Penn 170 181 Rochester 177 190 Syracuse 159 204 Middlebury 193 7th --Conference 12th- -Sectional Off the tee --In the tree " Pete Nicholaus? ' BOTTOM ROW: E. Stahley, T. Stouder, K. Heckaman, M. Cripe, P. Nichols. TOP ROW: Coach Gerber, S. Metzler, D. Arnott, N. Witt, N. Hosier. 86 BOTTOM ROW: D. Metzler, K. McMurray, L. Bowers, T. Slagle, K. Yo- der. TOP ROW: D. Miller, S. Denniston, M. Denniston, M. McDonald, R. Flowers, H. Dunham, Coach Lehman. Profile of a valuable player. Racketmen Anticipate a Successful Season Ralph completes " the perfect serv . Both the golf and tennis teams gained valuable experience in the spring . With a record of five wins and ten losses , the golf team is hoping for improvement in the coming season. Mike Cripe received the only golf award, the low average trophy, at the Spring Sports Banquet . Under the direction of Coach Lehman, the racket- men posted a record of four wins and seven losses. Senior Denny Miller was recog- nized for his fine effort during the year by being presented with the Most Valuable Player Award. Napanee Opponent 1 Plymouth 6 Manchester 7 7 LaVille . ' 2 Concord 5 7 Lakeland Bremen 7 2 ' Concord 5 2 Bremen 5 7 Jimtown 3 Rochester 4 4 Warsaw 3 Won 4 Lost 7 87 Intramurals t Intramurals proved to be a great suc- cess during the 1967-68 school year. Boys ' Intramural basketball was spon- sored again this year by Mr . Gerber . Games were played every Wednesday night for nine weeks . Ed Stahley, a junior, led the scoring by averaging 27.5 points per game. Both the league title and the tourna- ment championship went to the Celtics. The team was captained by Mike Dennis- ton . The Girls ' Intramural bowling teams were under the guidance of Miss Weeks. The high game and high series were bowled by Becky Searfoss with scores of 199 and 395, respectively. Team number three, consisting of Jean Stahly, Kendra Mid- daugh, Melinda Newcomer, Marcia Stutz- manandDorretta Wiegand, finished at the top of the league . Larry Newcomer and Duane Moneyheffer represent " shirts " and " skins " in this intramural scene. Mike and Tim rival for the ball. Girls take time out for 88 Provide Enjoyment for NHS Youth Teams depend on accurate scorekeepers. n intramural intermission. Sock it to ' em ! One . . . Two . . . Three . . . Slide. 89 Discovery of INTERESTS Symphonic and Varsity Bands Set SYMPHONIC BAND. FIRST ROW: S. Pippen, B. Hurst, K. Gwin, M. Arch, K. Townsend, P. Anglin. SECOND ROW: J. Fervida, S. Quakenbush, K. Strauss, K. Sla- baugh, R. Clouse, K. Schwartz, K. Anderson, R. Allen. THIRD ROW: R.Reed,N. Maust, L. Chupp, J. Deisch, P. Yoder, C. Anglin, W. Wegmiller, K. Forsythe, C. Walters, D. Price, M. Hoffer, C. Frick, W. Walters. FOURTH ROW: J. Eichenberger, P. Titus, P. Stump, K. Hardesty, S. Thomas, S. Garl, H. Popowzak, J. Truex, S. Reed,K. Greene, V. Berger, S. Johnston, ]. Hall, D. Berger.S. Yoder. BACK ROW: C. Etsinger, H. Dunham, K. Best, N. Hinton, W. Anglemeyer, S. Metzler, B. Guard, T. Rogers, J. Christner, B. Guard, R. Eppley, R. Newcomer. VARSITY BAND. FIRST ROW: R. Johnson, D. Sassa- man, E. Rosentrater, S. Wise, S. Bricker, B. Mishler, W. Watkins, G. Bigler, V. Metzler, P. May. SECOND ROW: C. Ryan, B. Adams, S. Phillips, A. Rock, R. Chapman, A. Hershberger, S. Miller, S. Umbaugh, E. Miller, K. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: L. Slagle, S. Mil- ler, K. Miller, C. Fitzgerald, B. Hershberger, D. Mc- Cuen, C. Burkholder, N. Sheets, J. Anglemeyer, S. Allen, P. Hepler, D. Wiegand. FOURTH ROW: K. Yo- der, V. Yoder, B. Loucks, N. Masi, J. Black, M. Stutz- man, B. Guard, N. Smeltz, L. Adams, T. Ellis, M. Olivella, D. Nichols, L. Clem. FIFTH ROW: S. Mul- lett, C. Pippen, G. Thompson, T. Meister, M. Wiese, H. Hahn, D. Marshall, R. Hopewell, R. Wenger, S. Rohrer, T. Sheets, B. Newcomer, R. Searfoss. SIXTH ROW: C. Heckaman, D. Guckenburger, K. Schmucker, S. Stalnaker, J. France, N. Price, K. Hartzell, S. Gil- dersleeve, E. Albert, J. Slagle, J. Wysong, B. Clouse, D. Metzler. SEVENTH ROW: S. Miller, L. Pippen, W. Shaw, D. Rohrer, S. Noffsinger, D. Crane, R. Adams, D. Berger, R. Gulp, S. Eppley, J. Stouder, C. Arman- trout, G. Stutzman, B. Fervida. 92 Quality and Accuracy as Their Goal FIRST ROW: J. Zimmerman, E. Bolyard, J. Frederick, D. Anderson, D. Kauffman,B. Forsythe. SECOND ROW: D. Mikel, G. Thomas, J. Mikel, R. Rosentrater, R. Slabaugh, D. Stump, M. Roose, S. McKee, D. Verstra- ete. THIRD ROW: P. Dixon, S. Baker, R. Waterson, S. Reaker, M. Mullett, C. Hunsberger, C. Miller, S. Cal- lander, M. Orn, M. Best, R. Mishler, j. Rowland. FOURTH ROW: B. Wise, D. Ganshorn, C. Biever, S. Cleveland, C. Ganshorn, E. Zercher, D. Rohrer, L. Frederick, F. Webb, M. Hollar, R. Zercher, J. Roose, M. Metzler, K. Strauss, D. Hahn, J. Sheets. BACK ROW: L. Slagle, C. Ganshorn. Drum Major Sue McKee. Twirlers Kim Slabaugh, Wendy Wegmiller and Maria Mullet. Bands Display Talent in Creative Music A one . . . and a two and a three Stage Band members perform at the Christmas concert. T f 5 t NHS Pep Band arouses enthusiasm at pep sessions and home basketball games. With each fall comes the football sea- son andthe half-time performances of the Marching Band. Diligent hours of practice went into this year ' s routines. The Sym- phonic Band presented two concerts, and its members were rewarded for their work with a trip to a Butler University concert. The Pep Band highlighted basketball games with a light, contemporary sound. The Dance Band received a first at contest. The Varsity Band also had a chance to display its skill by participating in district band contest . 1967-68 NHS choirs had an active year. Instead of a combined band and choir Christmas concert, the choirs gave one of their own. In addition to this concert they presented a " Spring Choral Variety " in May. The Concert Choir and Boys ' Chorus had an opportunity to hear the Purdue Boys ' Glee Club in the fall . Twelve seniors were awarded letters this year for taking three years of high school choir. 94 3»a«SB ' JiVi 4 M 4: • ± 4 , 4 4. 4. 1 4. CONCERT CHOIR. FIRST ROW: P. Masterson, J. Klotz, D. File, S. Reaker, treasurer, C. Kintzel, G.Phillips, secretary, D. Martz, J. Walters. SECOND ROW: K. Townsend, B. Lutes, D. Klotz, K. Schwartz, R. Myers, C. Hunsberger, M. Wagner, D. Fervida, B. Helmuth. THIRD ROW: B. Hardesty,S. Yoder, B. Brown, C. Can- shorn, L. Frederick, M. Hoffer, D. Evans, S. Rowland, C. Frick, C. Yoder. BACK ROW: J. Eichenberger, C. Crane, R. Rosentrater, H. Brumbaugh, K. Detwiler, R. Mikel, D. Stump, M. Denniston, M. Detwiler, J. Muntz, R. Hepler, president (not pictured). Choirs Discover the Art of Performing Latin American songs were among those featured at the spring chorus concert. BOY ' S CHORUS. FIRST ROW: S. Denniston, K. Klotz, S.Berger. SECOND ROW: R.Zercher, W. Anglemeyer, N. Yoder. THIRD ROW: D. Hyndman, D. Sheets, J. Slabaugh. BACK ROW: G. Frick, W. Weise, K. Gwin, D. Vandiver. EIGHTH GRADE CHOIR. FIRST ROW: C. Schmucker, S. Bricker, L. Gripe , W. Watkins, B. Mishler, E. Rosen- trater, J. Bridenstine, G. Weaver, V. Metzler, D. Ellis, P.May,L. Slagle, J. Klopenstein. SEGOND ROW: Miss Pancoast, director, K. Schwartz, B. Thompson, B. To- bias, A. Stahley, A. EHierksen, D. Huffman, S. Wagler, A. Hershberger, A. Rock, J, Wiegand, S. Slagle, K. Yoder, C. Ryan. THIRD ROW: G. Miller, D. Nichols, P. Strang, G. Hostetler, G. Reed, S. Stillson, ]. Ryman, K. Gaff, V. Yoder, S. Umbaugh, S. Miller, G. Irwin, C. Heckaman, S. Rohrer. FOURTH ROW: G. Gounts, B. Brown, B. Hall, N. Schmeltz, B. Yoder, Z. Metzler, R. Hopewell, B. Mitchell, S. Pippen, D. McGuen, W. McGlothlin, S. Newcomer, G. Burkholder, S. Sommer, T. Sheets. FIFTH ROW: D. Guckenberger, D, Metzler, D. Yoder, N. Price, L. Pippen, L. Andrews, D. Grane, P. Detwiler, G. Armantrout, J. France, E. Albert, M. Eilers, D. Denniston, G. Thompson, M. Miller. Students Find Self-Expression in Song GIRL ' S GLEE GLUB. FIRST ROW: G. Tobias, A. Bean, G. Irwin, G. Klotz, S. Wise, A. Stapleton, G. Weaver, B. Gaut,K. Rummel, P. Berkey, J. McDonald, J. Fred- erick. SECOND ROW: K. Moore, K. Miller, J. Zentz, C. Etsinger, M. Rock, B. Stouder, C. Anglin, L. Bricker, V. Blosser, treasurer, S. Fletcher, S. Slagle, C. Fitz- gerald, J. Anglemyer. THIRD ROW: S. Hawkins, N. Mast , J. Black, M. Stutzman, M. Newcomer, secretary, S. Hartzell, D. Hochstetler, S. Hochstetler, T. Ellis, president, D. Ganshom, B. Gollins, D. Fletcher, FOURTH ROW: T. McDonald, J.Zimmerman, L. Gulp, P. Burkholder, W. Shaw, J. Stouder, D. Brown, S. Hoke, B. Fervida, D. Berger, E. Bolyard, G. Shrock, D. Price. 14.1.1- •r H » $ 96 Clubs Broaden Cultural Interests BOOK CLUB. FIRST ROW: G. Phillips, K. Slabaugh, L. Bricker, vice-president, D. Hamman, J. Hartzell, K. Yoder. SECOND ROW; Mrs. Harvey, sponsor, A. Re- progle, K. Ryman, R. Hochstetler, S. Rowland, presi- dent, G. Shrock, T. Ellis. THIRD ROW: S. Reed, A. Bean,B. Gaut, N. Hall, C. Irwin, C. Tobias, secretary. For their project the Book Club started a drive to save back issues of magazines for the new high school ' s library. The Spanish Club enjoyed a profitable year by selling concessions at ball games . The peak of the year was a party at Eby Pines where members received pins of recognition for their work. SPANISH CLUB. FIRST ROW: D. Sassaman, J. Fred- erick, J. Mason, T. Rogers, T. Slagle, W. Anglemeyer, R. Zercher, P. Dixon, secretary, R. Chapman, B. File, J. Stillson, D. Anderson, L. Sassaman. SECOND ROW: D. Kauffman, S. Cleveland, R. Reed, M. Arch, N. Gonzales Rojas, B. Hurst, S. Fletcher, A. Stapleton, C. Jennings, P. Miller, S.Wise, K. Rummel. THIRD ROW: Mr. Olivella, sponsor, D. Krou, S. Wise, B. Hershber- ger,C. Fitzgerald, M. Coppes, D. Hosier, W. Wegmil- ler, L. Adams, S. Forrest, K. Townsend, L. Price, S. Allen, D. Cobb, D. Martz, K. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: D. Fletcher, K. Green, C. Anglin, J. Black, B. Guard, M. Newcomer, B. Hargrove, B. Egolf, N. Mc Quinn, B. Searfoss, M. Stutzman, D. Klopenstein, P. Yoder, J. Deisch,K. Forsythe. FIFTH ROW: J. Rowland, S. Mul- let, M. Berger, C. Gulp, N. Maust, K. Hardesty, R. Ziliak, K. Schwartz, B. Wise, H. Popowzak, M. Best, treasurer, D. Berger, E. Bolyard, J. Zimmerman, H. Hahn, D. Fletcher. SIXTH ROW: P. Hively, K. Schmucker, G. Frick, M. Callander, W. Walters, W. Shaw, S. Miller, V. Parcell, B. Clouse, J. Wysong, N. Hasler, N. Hinton, M. Metzler, R. Hochstetler, D. Al- len. SEVENTH ROW: W. Weise, S. Johnston, B. Cripe, R. Slabaugh, J. Truex, S. Garl, M. Straka, G. Hostet- ler, J. Roose, R. Strang, P. Stump, D. Evans, J. Eich- enberger, S. Freese, B. Forsythe, J. Stouder. BACK ROW: D. Arnott, R. Clouse, D. MacDonald, J. Hinton, S. McKee, R. Rosentrater, B. Mellinger, H. Dunham, vice-president, D. Rohrer, K. Marshall, S. Pippen, B. Mattern, R. Gripe, J. Ressler, president, S. Thomas, M. Roose. 97 Napanet and D ' Bulldog NAPANET Business Managers. John Hinton, Mel C hupp SEATED; Kent Schwartz and Fred Webb, STANDING. NAPANET Photographers. Assistant LeRoy Howard, Mike Hollar and Don Rohrer. NAPANET Editors. Paula Stump, Jan Eichenberger, Ray Clouse and Sylvia Freese. NAPANET Staff. Tom Rogers and Tim Stouder, Sports; Sheri Reaker and Treva Borkholder, Typists; Gene Thomas and Mary Beth Arch, Advertising; Sue Carl and Judy Ressler, Activities; Karen Forsythe and Karen Strauss, Academics. 98 Capture 1967-68 in Pictures and Print D ' BULLDOG Staff. FIRST ROW: T. Rogers, S. Reed, J. Deisch, G. Phillips, K. Anderson, T. Borkholder, G. Wise, S. Cleveland. SECOND ROW: R. Robison, S. Reaker, C. Best, B. Guard, K. Forsythe, E. Bolyard, D. Fervida, C. Pontious, K. Townsend, V. Frenger. THIRD ROW: J. Zimmerman, P. Dean, K. Ryman, P. Yoder, N. Stickel, P. Stoneburner, P. Titus, K. Yoder, K. Schwartz, M. Best, P. Frenger. FOURTH ROW: S. Freese, K. Strauss, S. Smith, P. Stump, J. Truex, S. Pippen, P. Carl, J. Truex, J. Eichenberger, S. Rowland. FIFTH ROW: T. Stouder, R. Strang, C. Ganshorn, D. Chokey, G.Zercher, M. McDonald, S. Walters, J. Hin- ton, S. Lutes, F. Webb, K. Weaver. After many hours of struggling with headlines, copy and outlines, the NAPA- NET staff viewed with satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment the finished edi- tion . Long evenings are dedicated to the task of compiling a yearbook to give its readers a memorable account of the year ' s activities. Using the theme " Youth- -a Time for DISCOVERY " the members of the staff sought to recapture and present the mood and spirit of the year 1968 . Every two weeks copies of the D ' BULL- DOG appear in the halls of NHS. Because the newspaper is published every other week, added effort is required in publica- tion in order to present a more than ade- quate picture of student life . This year news, editorial, feature and sports edi- tors were added to the staff to bring school and student closer together through the school newspaper . D ' BULLDOG Editors. Kathy Anderson, Nelda Stickel, Advisor Mr. Lichti, Production Manager Mr. Lehman. 99 National Honor Society and Student National Honor Society members are selected on the basis of scholarship, lead- ership, character and service. A total of 15 percent of each class is elected by a faculty committee . Projects this year included up-dating the National Honor Society plaque and ushering at the Civic Theater productions . A spring reception was held on May 7 to initiate newly elected members. Serving as a representative group of the student body, the Nappanee High School Student Council attempts to improve the school by suggesting changes in school policies . Selecting assembly programs is one of the main projects of the organization. Others include sponsoring Homecoming, supervising election of Homecoming queen and attendants and organizing cheerleader elections . This year plans were made to send the president of the 1968-69 council to a student council summer workshop. President Howard Brumbaugh, Vice-President Helen Popowzak and Secretary -Treasurer Karen Strauss. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. FIRST ROW: P. Hively, P. Stoneburner, M. Best, M. Arch, K. Anderson, R. Sla- baugh, H. Popowzak. SECOND ROW: Mr. Frederick, sponsor, T. Rogers, N. Stickle, J. Eichenberger, S. Freese, K. Strauss, P. Stump, S. Smith. THIRD ROW: K. Weaver, J. Sheets, F. Webb, S. Walters, J. Parcell, H. Brumbaugh, G. Zercher, ]. Hinton, R. Clouse. 100 Council Recognize Youth Leadership STUDENT COUNCIL. FIRST ROW: D. Cleveland, M. Arch, J. Huff, D. Sheets, T. Sheets, M. MuIIett, D. Zercher. SECOND ROW: Mr. Webb, sponsor, K. Strauss, P. Stump, L. Croy, G. Prick, K. Strauss, S. Baker, M. Metzler. THIRD ROW: H. Popowzak, P. Burkholder, J. Secretary -Treasurer Maria MuIIett, Vice-President Jerry Huff and President Steve Walters. Rowland, S. Rowland, D. Hoffer, W. Walters, C. Best, B. Searfoss, B. Guard. FOURTH ROW: R. Clouse, B. Mattern, G. Zercher, B. Brumbaugh, S. Hoffer, S. Wal- ters, J. Hinton, R. Croy, P. Neibert. Student Council members discuss problems of school policy at regular meetings. 101 Pep Club Boosts Bulldog Spirit Varsity Cheerleaders. Kathy Culp, Maria Mullett, Pam Master- son, Sue Rowland and Amy Tobias. B-Team Cheerleaders. Deb Kauffman, Cherylan Etsinger, Jett Rowland and Pam Burkholder. i ' wKmm 102 Athletes Receive Recognition as N-Men N-MEN. FIRST ROW: L. Slagle,D. Bontrager, D. Hof- fer,G.Pippenger,J.Stillson,R. Huff, J. Huff, V. Zentz, M. Newcomer, M. Mishler, C. Middaugh. SECOND ROW: Mr. Syvantek, sponsor, D. Miller, L. Fairchild, J. Sheets, M. Sassaman, E. Stahley, R. Strang, S. Adams, S. Stutzman, B. Guard, B. Waterson. THIRD ROW: L. Newcomer, G. Zercher, R. Flowers, M. Den- niston, K. Marshall, T. Wegmiller, D. Chokey, T. Stouder, J. Thompson, J. Sheets. FOURTH ROW: D. Stump, D. Arnott, M. McDonald, S. Hoffer, J. Parcell, J. Shaw, S. Walters, R. Hochstetler. Treasurer Tim Wegmiller, Secretary Jim Parcell, Vice-President Doug Chokey and President Steve Wal- ters. Following a code of ethics and main- taining a respectable reputation for him- self, the club and the school is the re- sponsibility of each N-Men member. By earning a letter in any of several varsity sports, an athlete is eligible to become a member of the N-Men Club. In addition to this honor he is awarded an N-Men pin and is qualified to wear a sweater. The club is active in many school ac- tivities including ushering at basketball games. As a money-making project the club sponsored a dance after a game . The highlight of the year was the annual N-Men picnic . Spring and fall sports banquets were held to give recognition to the ath- letes and coaches who devoted their time and effort to the development of the ath- letic program. 103 G.A.A. Active in Interschool Competition G.A.A. FIRST ROW: K. Middaugh, D. Anderson, S. Wise, J. Stillson, J. Stahly, D. Kauffman, P. Frenger, D. Krou, D. Verstrate, J. McDonald, C. Irwin, A. Bean, C. Tobias, K. Gulp. SECOND ROW: S.Reaker,B. Gaut, M. Wagner, B. Hershberger, D. Martz, V. Blosser, B. Guard, C. Best, D. Cobb, L. Bricker, M. Rock, C. Et- singer,N. Gonzalez Rojas, D. Wiegand, S. Wise. THIRD ROW: Miss Weeks, sponsor, K. Forsythe, C. Marchand, S. Forrest, M. Mullett, S. Sponseller, A. Tobias, L. Adams, K. Townsend, L. Chupp, G. Spicher, S. Mul- lett, N. Mast, D. Klopenstein, J. Black. FOURTH ROW: C. Hunsberger, D. Hochstetler, B. Stouder, C. Lynch, W. Wegmiller, D. Hosier, D. Fletcher, H. Hahn, N. Sheets, S. Osborne, T. McDonald, B. Collins, B. Wise, M. Wagner. FIFTH ROW: T. Ellis, C. Yoder, D. Ber- ger, B. Gripe, S. Johnston, D. Price, G. Shrock, D. Fletcher, B. Forsythe, P. Burkholder, J. Rowland, M. Orn,P. McAndrew, J. Zim merman, M. Coppes. SIXTH ROW: B. Wagner, S. Yoder, M. Stutzman, B. Searfoss, W. Walters, B. Clouse, G. Biever, C. Frick, S. Freese, B. Fervida, N. McQuinn, B. Hargrove, M. Newcomer, B. Guard, P. Dean, J. Hall. BACK ROW: C. Crane, D. Miller, J. Muntz, J. Stouder, J. Wysong, S. Carl, J. Ress- ler, M. Detwiler, S. McKee, B. Brenneman, S. Silvers, R. Hoffer, D. Arnott, P. Hively, C. Miller, J. Truex, S. Callander. G.A.A. officers. Reporter Karen Forsythe, Point Re- corder Deb Kauffman, Treasurer Brenda Gripe, Secre- tary Sheri Reaker, Vice-President Deb Krou, President Sylvia Freese. Numerous projects and activities con- tributed to a profitable year for the G.A.A. By successfully sponsoring a chili supper, paper drive, candy sale, and a dance, the G.A.A. girls found satisfaction in working with others . The club competed with other schools in several sports in- cluding basketball, volleyball, track and badminton. Highlighting the year was a trip to the Ice Capades in Fort Wayne . The G.A.A. uses a point system for awards and membership and provides an oppor- tunity for participation in sports for all girls in high school. Awards are pre- sentedatthe banquet in the spring. Skiing again provided a chance for members to develop skill as well as to discover a relatively new sport, and a gymnastics clinic gave members the chance to engage in another rewarding activity . Leprechaun Week followed by a sleepout in the gym added to the year of fun and profit for the G.A.A. 104 Organizations Aid in Future Vocations F.H.A. FIRST ROW: V. Frenger, Secretary, R. Robi- son, D. Zentz, K. Rummel, C. Klotz, J. Walters, P. Frenger, L. Miller, K. Moore, J. Klotz. SECOND ROW: C. Kintzel, P. Berkey, D. Yoder, D. Hochstetler, K. Miller, C. Weaver, T. Beer, Vice-President, K. Duerk- son,T. Borkholder, J.Zentz, Mrs. Arch, sponsor. THIRD ROW: S. Hochstetler, D. Hartzell, P. Sponseller, R. Brenneman, D. Jack, L. Chupp, S. Hartzell, D. Fervida, J. Hartzell, B. Helmuth, J. Young. BACK ROW: B. Lutes, Treasurer, K. Weaver, D. Klotz, D. Miller, J. Muntz, M. Ingle, M. Detwiler, President, V. Parcell, C. Miller, C. Frick, B. Hardesty, R. Albert. Through activity and social meetings the Future Homemakers of America learn to live more useful and satisfying lives. As projects the club prepared baskets for needy families and gave a party for young children. Through workshops and confer- ences officers learned the duties and goals of their club. The " 67 " Farm Progress Show was the highlight of the year for the Future Farm- ers of America. As projects, the club sold seeds and participated in soil judging contests. Several members won awards on the local level, and a Parent and Son Banquet in the spring ended another suc- cessful year . F.F.A. FIRST ROW: K. Klotz, G. Spicher, S. Berger, D. Verstrate, S. Burkholder. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kantner, sponsor, M. Mishler, H. Mishler, D. George, D. Hynd- man, L. Klotz, President, H. Graber, V. Zentz. THIRD ROW: C.Crum.D. Hahn, J. Sheets, Vice-President, K. Kulp, H. Umbaugh, Treasurer, L. Hurst, D. Cripe, J. Huff. BACK ROW: R. Hochstetler, B. Huff, J. Ressler, M. Weaver, B. Blosser, Secretary, J. Schmucker, M. Ramer, B. Egging, B. Pippenger. 105 SR. Y-Teen officers. Vice-President JudyTruex, Pres- ident Mary Beth Arch, Treasurer Paula Stump, and Secretary Helen Popowzak. SR. Y-TEENS. FIRST ROW: C. Tobias, A. Bean, V. Frenger, R. Robison, J. Stahly, P. Masterson, D. Krou, D. Kauffman, R. Reed, S. Cleveland, P. Frenger, B. Gaut.D. Sassaman. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ball, sponsor, D. Verstrate, G. Wise, N. Gonzalez Rojas, G. Phillips, M.Wagner, D. Martz, T. Borkholder, D. File, P. Stou- der, C. Kintzel, M. Arch, K. Anderson, Mrs. Harvey, sponsor. THIRD ROW: K. Gulp, K. Slabaugh, S. Reed, D. Cobb, K. Kurtz, L. Bricker, S. Schultz, V. Blosser, S. Forrest, C.Etsinger, M. Rock, M. Mullett, B. Guard, G. Spicher. FOURTH ROW: J. Young, J. Hartzell, K. Miller, V. Berger, C. Marchand, D. Hossler, W. Weg- miller, K. Forsythe, C. Best, D. Hartzell, S. Hawkins, B. Stouder, M. Coppes, T. McDonald. FIFTH ROW: S. Reaker, K. Townsend, J. Deisch, B. Lutes, K. Greene, C. Anglin, D. Fletcher, J. Zimmerman, P. McAndrew, D. Ganshom, M. Wagner, A. Reprogle, S. Hartzell, T. Y-Teens Prepare for Decorations take shape for Y-Teen Turnabout Dance. Beer, S. Cleveland. SIXTH ROW: D. Berger, K. Hard- esty, D. Fervida, C. Yoder, D. Unzicker, J. Hall, D. Price, G. Shrock, N. Maust, L. Chupp, R. Albert, M. Berger, L. Gulp, T. Ellis, J. Fervida, E. Bolyard. SEVENTH ROW: B. Wagner, C. Pontious, S. Rowland, B. Collins, B. Hardesty, M. Orn, R. Ziliak, J. Rowland, B. Forsythe, B. Gripe, P. Burkholder, C. Walters, C. Miller, C.Frick.P-. Dean, S. Yoder, P. Yoder. EIGHTH ROW: S. Johnston, H. Popowzak, P. Stoneburner, K. Yoder, P. Titus, S. Freese, G. Biever, D. Arnott, J. Eichenberger, K. Strauss, P. Hively, B. Wise, B. Fer- vida, N. Stickel, M. Best, P. Anglin. NINTH ROW: G. Crane, J. Truex, S. Garl, S. Callander, J. Hartzell, S. Adams, J. Truex, J. Ressler, S. McKee, S. Pippen, D. Brown, J. Muntz, D. Miller, S. Thomas, I. Ressler, S. Silvers, P. Stump. 106 Today ' s Service and Tomorrow ' s Challenge " To build a fellowship of girls devoted to the task of realizing our social goals and ideals " is the purpose of the Sr. Y-Teens . An initiation ceremony was held in the fall to install new officers and mem- bers . This year the club sponsored a Christmas cookie sale and a turnabout dance near Valentine ' s Day as money- making projects . Other high points of the year were a Christmas Banquet featuring a style show and a Father -Daughter Des- sert. Interesting speakers provided a variety of programs for regular meetings . The Jr. Y-Teens also enjoyed an ac- tive year. Activities included an initiation party, a caroling party at Christmas and a spring picnic . The club bought crutches for the school as a project. JR. Y-TEENS. FIRST ROW: D.Ellis,]. Sheets, G. Big- ler, B. Mishler, S. Wise, J. Stillson, K. Middaugh, D. Anderson, L. Sassaman, J. Frederick, C. Miller, L. Cripe, V. Metzler, L. Slagle. SECOND ROW: A. Stah- ley, S. Bricker, C. Ryan, J. Moist, K. Yoder, K. Schwartz, A. Hershberger, A. Rock, C. Burkholder, P. Strang, S. Slagle, B. Thompson, C. Schmucker, K. Rummel, D.Zentz. THIRD ROW; Mrs. Berger, sponsor, J. Wiegand, P. Miller, A. Stapleton, ,S. Fletcher, S. Slagle, L. Epley, V. Yoder, D. Nichols, D. Rhodes, C. Heckaman, S. Miller, S. Umbaugh, S. Newcomer, C. Jennings, J. Hiel, D. McCuen, Mrs. Walters, sponsor. FOURTH ROW: T.Meister,J. McDonald, C. Miller, J. Anlemeyer, B. Hurst, D. Wiegand, N. Sheets, C. Pfal- JR. Y-Teen officers. Secretary Wanda Watkins, Vice- President Becky Searfoss, President Wendy Walters, and Treasurer Arlene Hershberger. ler, C. Fitzgerald, K. Moore, C. Lynch, J. Zentz, S. Allen, B. Hershberger, S. Wise. FIFTH ROW; P. Hep- ler, D. Klopenstein, H. Hahn, D. Jack, D. Huffman, C. Clem, C. Irwin, Z. Metzler, M. Miller, N. Mast, B. Loucks, W. McGlothin, S. Osborne, C. Price, S. Mul- lett.C. Cripe. SIXTH ROW; B. Mitchell, S. Pippen, N. Schmeltz, D. Guckenberger, R. Hopewell, M. Stutz- man, M. Newcomer, C. Adams, S. Sponseller, B. Clouse, B. Searfoss, B. Guard, J. Black, G. Thompson, C. Crum, T. Sheets, C. Counts. BACK ROW; B. Har- grove, E. Albert, N. Price, D. Yoder, C. Armantrout, J. Wysong, R. Hoffer, J. Stouder, V. Parcell, B. Egolf, W. Shaw, P. Detwiler, J. France, M. Filers, D. Metz- ler, S. Miller, W. Walters. 107 Junior and Senior Hi- Y Provide SR. HI-Y. FIRST ROW: R. Chapman, T. Rogers, D. Cleveland, K. Schwartz, N. Yoder, R. Fairchild, W. Anglemeyer, M. Olivella, R. Mishler, M. Mishler, C. Middaugh, J. Mason. SECOND ROW: R. Slagle, C. Young, B. Mitschlen, G. Pippenger, R. Miller, R. New- comer, N. Hinton, D. Hyndman, S. Ringenberg, D. Hoffer, R. Huff, D. Sheets. THIRD ROW: Mr. Varro, sponsor, R. Patterson, J. Sheets, D. Hahn, D. Evans, K. Strauss, S. Metzler, R. Mishler, J. Stillson, N. Hosier, R. Penrose, R. Strang, M. Cleveland. FOURTH ROW: J. Ryan, B. Guard, S. Stutzman, L. Croy, D. Miller, M. Callander, C. Ganshorn, B. Waterson, S. Adams, D. Heckaman, M. Sassaman, B. File. FIFTH ROW: D. Metzler,]. Epley, E. Kanode, T. Wegmiller, K. Heck- aman, B. Mattern, C. Ganshorn, D. Berger, J. Corwin, D. Arnott, M. Tobial. BACK ROW: R. Meister, D. Arnott, D. Rohrer, H. Dunham, H. Brumbaugh, S. Hof- fer, M. Wise, B. Mellinger, S. Walters, G. Zercher, B. Blosser, D. Chokey. SR. HI-Y. Vice-President Jim Parcell, President Steve Walters, Secretary Denny Miller, Treasurer Bob Water- son. HI-Y boys sort clothing for packing preparations for their annual clothing drive. Opportunities for Individual Growth " To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school and commu- nity, high standards of Christian charac- ter. " This pledge, repeated before each club meeting, instills in each member the high standards of the organization. 1967 Hi-Y boys had an active year. Both clubs took various trips and spon- sored several worthwhile projects. Atrip to a hockey game at Fort Wayne and a baseball game in Chicago in the spring highlighted the year for the Sr. Hi-Y club members. The annual clothing drive was held for needy children and families. Club activities included spon- soring the coat check at basketball games and a dance after a game . At the end of the year citizenship and sportsmanship trophies were presented to the most de- serving boys . Jr. Hi-Y projects included sponsoring an eighth grade dance, a swimming party and a recreation night in the gym . JR. HI-Y. President John Maust, Secretary Stan Noff- singer, Vice-President Gary Stutzman, Treasurer Steve Stillson. JR. HI-Y. FIRST ROW: K.Becker, L. Cain, P. Shrock, M. Krou, B. Cleveland, J. Cripe, R. Forrest, K. Hand. SECOND ROW: J. Maust, K. Gaff, R. Spicher, S. Otto, R. Hostetler, B. Adams, G. Reed, J. Klopenstein. THIRD ROW: Mr. Wolfe, Sponsor, J. Hepler, R. Wenger, R. Fisher, K. Bixler, B. Moss, G. Hostetler, D. Kauffman, S. Phillips, S. Stillson. FOURTH ROW: L. Gilbert, R. Shaw, J. Slagle, S. Gildersleeve, S. Stalnaker, D. Rogers, M. Roose, D. Marshall. BACK ROW: L. An- drews, S. Noffsinger, G. Stutzman, R. Croy, B. Stouder, R. Adams, P. Garl, S. Reed, R. Hollar. 109 Clubs Contribute to Intellectual Growth PROJECTOR CLUB. FIRST ROW: R. Brown, D. Scott, C. Ganshorn, Secretary, D. Miller, Treasurer, G. Heck- athorn, J. Mikel, D. Evans, K. Heckathorn. SECOND ROW: C. Middaugh, R. Hochstetler, D. Hyndman, D, Graber, R. Newcomer, L. Howard, N. Hosier, R. Loucks, S. Berger, Mr. Gerber, sponsor. BACK ROW: M. Hof- fer, G. Lynch, Vice-President, E. Graber, D. Zent, R. Mikel, President, D. Stump, M. Ramer, D. Martin, T. Golden. TRI-SCl. FIRST ROW: Mr. Copeland, sponsor, K. Schwartz, H. Brumbaugh, President. SECOND ROW: K. Weaver, Secretary -Treasurer, M. Hollar, C. Ganshorn. BACK ROW: P. Neibert, S. Lutes, Vice-President, P. Nichols. FOURTH ROW: D. Miller, M. Counts, J. Sheets. The Projector Club consists of boys who show films to students and aid in the audio-visual education program . The Tri-Sci and S.O.S. clubs stimu- late interest in science. The Tri-Sci sponsored a dance, and the S.O.S. took field trips and worked on science projects . S.O.S. FIRST ROW: J. Stahley, ]. Mason, M. Stutzman, P. Dixon, President, T. Sl agle, R. Chapman, D. Wie- gand. SECOND ROW: B. Searfoss, Secretary -Treasurer, W. Shaw, M. Metzler, W. Anglemeyer, S. Miller, N. Sheets, Mr. Hauenstein, sponsor. BACK ROW: S. Baker, G. Frick, R. Rosentrater, H. Dunham, j. Roose, Vice- President, K. Strauss, R. Mishler. 110 Activities Expand Student Knowledge . Ok I rv Tink loJr ' i A ■ Jgr ' Ik itv r jRp 1 fj mm yy K0| f Jj ifi jjy JOURNALISM CLUB. FIRST ROW: T. Rogers, K. Sla- baugh, Secretary -Treasurer, Mr. Lichti, sponsor. SEC- OND ROW: S.Freese, President, M. Best, K. Schwartz. THIRD ROW: P. Hochstetler, E. Kanode, R. Clouse, S. Smith. BACK ROW: J. Hinton, J. Epiey, H. Brum- baugh, Vice-President, F. Webb. Journalism Club creates interest in writing . Speakers aid Latin Club in ex- panding their knowledge of Roman cul- PALETTE AND BRUSH. FIRST ROW: D. File, C. Irwin, P. Masterson, ]. Stahly, S. Wise, A. Bean, J. Stahly, K. Middaugh, K. Culp. SECOND ROW: S. Reaker, K. Slabaugh, G. Spicher, S. Forrest, C. Phillips, V. Blos- ser, C. Etsinger, D. Cobb, S. Cleveland, D. Martz. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Rood, sponsor, C. Cripe, S. Mul- lett, K. Forsythe, C. Best, D. Hosier, M. Stutzman, J. Black, K. Hahn, N. Mast, B. Guard, M. Wagner. FOURTH ROW: K. Yoder, P. Dean, B. Wagner, S. Yo- der,E. Bolyard, Secretary, C. Yoder, P. McAndrew, D. LATIN CLUB. FIRST ROW: R. Johnson, D. Wiegand, Miss Simmons, sponsor. SECOND ROW: V. Berger, M. Olivella, N. Sheets, J. Anglemeyer. THIRD ROW: P. Burkholder, Secretary, D. Sheets, C. Biever, D. Price. BACK ROW: S. Baker, President, S. Callander, K. Gwinn, K. Strauss, Vice-President. ture . Palette and Brush Club discovers aspects of art. Berger, M. Best, Vice-President, S. Stutzman, C. Pon- tious, M. Newcomer. FIFTH ROW: B. Forsythe, M. Coppes, N. McQuinn, B. Fervida, K. Hardesty, K. Schwartz, S. Johnston, R. Ziliak, M. Om, G. Shrock, B. Hargrove, B. Clouse, D. Unzicker. BACK ROW: W. Shaw, S. Rowland, R. Hochstetler, S. Callander, R. Clouse, G.Thomas, J. Hinton, E. Kanode, J. Truex, C. Crane, K. Strauss, J. Eichenberger, C. Biever, P. Burk- holder, Treasurer. Ill Patrons Dr. Walter Anglemeyer Anglln Electric, Inc. J . R. Arnott and Son Auto Clinic Radiation Service Bertha ' s Beauty Shop Dr. Mrs. Russel L. Bolyard Borkholder Building Supply Culligan Soft Water Service Dick ' s Auto Shop Drs. Dieterlen Welp Dr. Edward Eichenberger Fran ' s Beauty Shop G N Supermarket Geyer ' s Garage Max Gwin, Advertising Art Dr. Donald R. Hinton Floyd Johnson and Son, Accounting Joseph Kindig, Attorney at Law Dr. J. O. Lentz Dr. Owen Lentz Marty Ted, Inc. McCormick Motors, Inc. Judge James McQuinn Dr. James C. Miller Motel 6 Napanet Staff Nappanee Iron and Metal Nappanee Jaycees Everett Pippen, Jr., Mayor Dr. Douglas W. Price Drs. Roose and Graber Maynard Shrock, Attorney at Law Stuckman ' s Shoes Town and Country Coin Laundry Wright-Yoder Funeral Home Dr. J. C. Zimmerman n2 NEWCOMER ' S JEWELRY STORE 107 South Main 773-3241 Turn On, Tune In a JIM ' S RADIO and TV 161 South Main— 773-3932 For Gifts That Last 151 East Market— 773-3541 MARTIN ' S HARDWARE This Store Is Loaded with Bargains «™M(- -t-vri « ' - ¥8Mi. For Religious Periodicals and Books See Ideal for Year ' Round Camping OVERLAND MFG. CO. 855 East Lincoln EVANGEL PRESS m 301 North Elm— 773-3164 Always Expanding To Serve You. DEISCH SUPPLY CO., INC. 151 East Walnut 773-4153 Be a " Wise " Shopper WISE ' S FURNITURE Route 6 in Plaza 773-3171 " Flower Power " FRED ' S FLOWERS 154 South Williams 773-4241 FAIRCHILD QUALITY PRINTERS 162 North Main 773-3167 Excellent Printing for Every Need Join the " In " Crowd at B B RESTAURANT 102 East Market 773-4722 TRUMP CLEANERS The Door to Cleaner Clothes 156 N. Main 773-3441 TEMPLETON SHELL Anytime — Fillerup with Shell Market Clark 773-4500 I NA PPA NEE ADVA NCE NEWS Geared to Our Town 156 West Marl et 773-3127 Get It Done Professionally Everything for the Car at MODERN BEAUTY SALON CLIPP AUTO SUPPLY 108 East Walnut— 773-3851 155 West Market 773-4741 HELEN ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE You Can Have Confidence in Your Hairdresser 654 East Market— 773-3625 A Penny Spent Is a Penny Saved at BEN ERA NKLIN 1309 East Market— 773-3712 ' The Most Trusted Name in Electronics " CURTIS TV AND MUSIC CENTER 158 West Market Street 773-4612 Particular People Pick PONTIOUS PLUMBING HEA TING 351 North Nappanee Street— 773-3522 f pONTioys f l (EATi . ■SALIS I se! y-- CALL 7?3-3522 FOR EXPERT SERVICE FIRST NA TIONA L BANK Serving . . . More People . . . More Ways 161 East Market 773-3101 Come in and See What ' s Up. CHRISTIAN LIGHT BOOKSTORE 158-160 East Market— 773-4041 AN OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE An opportunity to serve awaits industrious young men and women at Northern Indiana Public Service Com- pany. As one of the top gas and electric distribution utilities in the United States, NIPSCO is constantly looking for new processes and methods of efficient operation. These include atomic power generation, extra high voltage transmission, underground electric distribution, computerized system planning, under- ground storage of natural gas, community analyses and electronic data processing. Ready to grow with a growing company? IN AN ATMOSPHERE OF GROWTH NIPSCO is one of the highest-paying utilities in the State of Indiana. Its attractive employe benefit pack- age—tuition refund plan, vacations, holidays, life in- surance, comprehensive medical insurance, pensions, etc.— provides an atmosphere for individual growth. Fifteen leading colleges and universities are strategi- cally located throughout its service area with others available in the greater Chicago area. Drop in. We ' ll be glad to talk jobs with you. Northern Indiana Public Service Company symbol of service in nipscoland Get Personal Meat Service at Make Your Wardrobe Complete at HOLLAR ' S MARKET WOLFBERGS 106 West Market 773-4922 154 West Market 773-4331 Reliable Insurance Service CALLANDER INSURANCE Good Service for Ail Food Needs at FOOD TOWN 106 North Main--773-4103 1600 East Market— 773-3422 BLUE BELL A Good Place To Shop 503 South Main 773-4176 J.« CO ' Pt»ES,ltd clotnina jor men ana uouna men 107 East Market— 773-3732 See Herb Cripe, Jr. for Individual Protection STATE FARM INSURANCE 658 West Walnut 773-7149 Three Registered Pharmacists Serve You at REX ALL DRUG STORE Main Market— 773-9145 Kent Calls Customers for RAYS ' CARPETS, INC. 112 S. Main— 773-4536 For the Really Tough Jobs DR. D. W. SCHNEIDER Study Insures Better Care 157 N. Elm— 773-4423 Music Swings at YOUR BARBERSHOP 156 West Walnut— 773-371 1 NA PPA NEE APPLIANCE CENTER 151 N. Clark— 773-3021 Camping Can Be Convenient in a Bowling Is Right Down Our Alley FRANKLIN COACH GOLD CROWN LANES South Oakland 773-4106 1057 East Market 773-7112 I II II II i !i " A World of Protection " EASTLUND-NA YLOR AGENCY 1 12 East Market 773-3290 GLENN ' S GULF Guarantees Friendly Service. North Main Walnut 773-7132 CHRISTNER DX OIL CO. Where You Receive D-Xtra Service Jackson and Lincoln 773-4515 For Styles That Reflect Good Taste Realtor and Builder KA Y ' S BE A UTY SHOP HOPEWELL CO. 451 North Hartman 773-3831 1651 East Market 773-4184 For Greater Profits Visit NAPPANEE MILLING CO., INC. South Jackson 773-4131 A Landmark of Quality Manufacturing VITREOUS STEEL PRODUCTS CO. 773-3181 Good Grooming Is Priceless. CENTRAL BARBER SHOP 103 South Main Service with a Smile HOME LUMBER CO. 205 South Main 772-A9A] Joke Over a Coke. HOWARD ' S DRIVE-IN East Market 773-7161 Want Personal Financial Help? See AMERICAN FINANCE INC. 1 1 1 East Market 773-3623 Seed for Every Need ROBINSON Si PRICE 209 South Main 773-4158 For Miles of Smiles HECK A MA N MFG. INC. Phoenix Division RFD 1 773-3148 " Four Dozen Chocolate Covered RON ' S BAKERY 108 West Market 773-4621 ■T ■I...WK ' A Selection So Wide It ' s Hard To Decide METZLER SHOE CO. 111 South Main 773-7100 A Friend to You and Your Car PETE ' S SINCLAIR Clark and Market 773-9232 Wall to Wall Beauty WELDY ' S PAINT 104 East Market 773-3311 All Good Homemakers Shop at NAPPANEE FROZEN FOOD CENTER 158 North Main 773-4632 B R BUILDING SUPPLY North on 19 773-7211 GEORGE BUILDING INC. North on 19—773-7310 " Complete Line of Building Supplies " Hair Styling To Enhance Your Appearance HI ARTISTIC HAIRDRESSER RFD 1 773-4302 Good Feed Service Begins Here. ELKHART COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Our Dependability Is Your Assurance of Safe Banking. EXCHANGE STATE BANK 100 North Elkhart, Wakarusa 862-2111 South Madison 773-3176 Checkmat-e [ Let Us Give Your Furniture a Lift. MAST UPHOLSTERING RFD 1 773-4714 FLETCHER ' S FURNITURE VILLA GE 252 West Market 773-3161 Fully Equipped for Any Job LAWMASTER BROS. RR 1 773-3137 For Flair In Your Wardrobe Provider of Poultry Supplies IMCO POULTRY 151 South Clark 773-3186 THE HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET 251 West Market 773-3722 We ' ve Shortened the ' MIIes. NAPPANEE TELEPHONE CO. 151 West Market 773-4122 m „ Your Comfort Is Our Business. HIVEL Y PL UMBING I HEATING, INC. 152 East Market 773-4012 Mark Every Grave with Everlasting Beauty. MILLER MEMORIAL SERVICE 106 North Main 773-3632 The Kitchen with a Touch of Elegance MUTSCHLER BROS. CO. South Madison 773-3111 Need Money To Remodel? See OWNER ' S DISCOUNT CORP. 106 East Market 773-3313 Convenience, Quality and Total Selection at THORNBURG ' S DRUG STORE 1305 East Market 773-4311 GUESS WHO ' S COMING TO DINNER? COPPES, INC. 401 East Market 773-4141 » Nappanee Branch Serves You. ST. JOSEPH VALLEY BANK 351 West Market 772-77Z % I Be a Buyer at BURKHOLDER IMPLEMENT East on 6 773-3822 For Top Quality Plumbing See WA TERSON PLUMBING HE A TING 206 South Madison 773-7716 Senior Activities SANDRA ADAMS Intramurals 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Library Assistant 4; Senior Play Crew. STEPHEN ADAMS Wrestling 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Bas- ketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1 ,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; N-Men 1,2,3,4; Senior Play Crew. PAMELA ANGLIN Concert Band 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Senior Play Cast. MARY BETH ARCH Cheerleader 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Girls ' GleeClub 1; Art Club 1; Book Club 2,3, vice-president 2; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 4, president 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, vice-president 2,3, president 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Li- brary Assistant 2,3,4; NAPANET 3,4; Senior Play Cast and Crew. MARY ANN BEST Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 4; Pep Band 3,4; Art Club 1 ,2,3,4, vice-president 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Journalism Club 4; Latin Club 1, vice- president 1; Book Club 1,2,3; National Honor Society 4;Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, treasurer 4; Library Assistant 2; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Cast; Homecoming Attendant 4. BRAD BLOSSER Intramurals 2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, sec- retary 4; Hi-Y 4. TREVA BORKHOLDER F.H.A. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; NAPANET 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Crew. BRENDA BRENNEMAN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Special As- sistant 3; Library Assistant 2,3,4; Senior Play Crew. RANDALL BROWN Projector Club 2,3,4; Senior Play Crew. ROBERT BROWN MixedChoir 1 ,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1; Hi-Y 2,3. HOWARD BRUMBAUGH MixedChoir 1,2,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4; Journalism Club 4, vice-president 4; Latin Club 1,2, president 2; National Honor Society 3,4, president 4; S.O.S. 1,2, president 1; Student Council 3,4; Tri- Sci 3,4, president 4; Class Vice-President 4; Senior Play Cast; Co-Valedictorian. DOUGLAS CHOKEY Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; N-Men 1,2,3,4, vice-president 4; Projector Club 1; D ' BULLDOG 3,4; Senior Play Cast and Crew. JOHN CHRISTNER Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4. SUSAN CLEVELAND F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; D ' BULLDOG 4; Betty Crocker Homemaker Award Winner. CHERYL CRANE Mixed Choir 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4;PepClub 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Span- ish Club 2; NAPANET 3; Senior Play Crew. DEVON GRIPE F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. KATHY GULP Cheerleader 1,2,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4, president 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Book Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Library Assistant 1. PEGGY DEAN Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Special Assistant 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Cast; Homecoming Attendant 3,4. JANE DEISGH Concert Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; F.H.A. 1; Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4. MARY DETWILER Mixed Choir 3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, president 4; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3. KATHLEEN DUERKSEN Salem High School, Salem, South Dakota 1,2; F.H.A. 3,4; Senior Play Crew. JAN EICHENBERGER Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; MixedChoir 2,3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; Art Club 1,4; Latin Club 1; Book Club 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, vice-president 4; Stu- dent Council 1 ,2,3, secretary -treasurer 3; Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, treasurer 2, secretary 3; Li- brary Assistant 2; NAPANET Junior Editor 3, Editor-in- Chief 4; D ' BULLDOG 3,4; Class Vice-President 1; Sen- ior PlayCast; D.A.R. Citizenship Award Winner; Salu- tatorian. JERRY EPLEY Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Journalism Club 4; Senior Play Crew. RICHARD FAIRCHILD Intramurals 4; Concert Band 1; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Senior Play Crew. DU NE FERVIDA Intramurals 4; Mixed Choir 2,3,4; Girls ' GleeClub 1,2; F.H.A. 1 ,2,3,4, vice-president 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4. RAiLPH FLOWERS Football 2; Tennis 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; N-Men 4; Senior Play Crew. VICKI FRENGER Intramurals 4; F.H.A. 1,2 ,3,4, treas- urer 3, secretary 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. SYLVL FREESE MixedChoir 3; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 4; Journ- alism Club 4, president 4; Latin Club 1,2; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; NAPANET Junior Assistant Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4; D ' BULLDOG 3,4; Senior Play Cast. CARL GANSHORN Football 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; MixedChoir 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Projector Club 3,4, secretary 4; S.O.S. 1,2; Trl-Sci 3,4; Senior Play Crew. CRAIG GANSHORN Golf 1; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,3,4; Span- ish Club 2; D ' BULLDOG 4. DALE GEORGE F.F.A. 1 ,2,3,4; vice-president 3; Sen- ior Play Crew. SHELLEY GILDERSLEEVE Art Club 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Spanish Club 2,3; Senior Play Crew. 136 Senior Activities NOEMI GON7ALEZ Exchange Student; Graduate of Liceo de Heridia, Costa Rica; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Y-Teens 4; Spanish Club 4. DOUGLAS HARTZELL Projector Club 2. JAN HARTZELL Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Senior Play Crew. RANDALL HEPLER Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 1,2,3,4, president 4. MICHAEL HOLLAR Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2, 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; Projector Club 1,2,3; S.O.S. 1,2, vice- president 2; Tri-Sci 3,4; NAPANET 3,4. LEROY HOWARD Projector Club 1 ,2,3,4; NAPANET 4; D ' BULLDOG 4. JERRY HUFF Basketball 1; Cross Country 1; Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Intramurals 3; F.F.A. 4; N-Men 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4, vice-president 4. LARRY HURST F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. MICHELE INGLE F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Library Assistant 3,4. EMERSON KANODE Art Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Journalism Club 4; Senior Play Cast. CYNTHL KINTZEL Intramurals 3,4; Mixed Choir 2, 3,4; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; LatinClubl; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sen- ior Play Crew. LARRY KLOTZ Intramurals 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, sec- retary 3, president 4; Projector Club 1,2. STANLEY LUTES Wrestling 2; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Intramurals 4; Hi-Y 1; Tri-Sci 4, vice-president 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Cast. GREGORY LYNCH Intramurals 2,3,4; Projector Club 2,3,4, vice-president 4; Senior Play Crew. MALCOLM McDonald Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross- country 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1; N-Men 3,4; Student Council 2; D ' BULLDOG 3,4. DENNIS MARTZ Mixed Choir 1,2; Hi-Y 1; Projector Club 1,2,3,4. RONALD MEISTER Basketball 1; Cross-Country 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Senior Play Cast. DENNIS MIKEL Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; Pro- jector Club 3,4; Senior Play Crew. RANDALL MIKEL Intramurals 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 1, 2,3; Projector Club 2,3,4, president 4; Senior Play Crew. DENNIS MILLER Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Track 1; Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4, secretary 1; N-Men 1,2; Projector Club 1,2,3,4, secretary 1; Senior Play Crew. DONNA MILLER Intramurals 3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Art Club 1,2; G.A.A. 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Senior Play Crew. LARRY MILLER Intramurals 2,3,4. RUSSELL MILLER Intramurals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Senior Play Crew. STEPHEN MULLET MARLA MULLETT Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4, secretary -treasurer 4; Dance Band 4; Mixed Choir 2,3; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; Twirler 2,3,4; Art Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Student Coun- cil 1 ,2,4, secretary-treasurer4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, pres- ident 1; Spanish Club 2; D ' BULLDOG 1,3; Senior Play Cast. RUSSELL MYERS Kimball Junior High School, Elgin, Illinois 1; Cross-Country 2; Mixed Choir 2,3,4. PATRICK NEIBERT S.O.S. 1,2; Student Council 2,3,4; Tri-Sci 3,4; Class President 2; Class Vice-President 3. LARRY NEWCOMER Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; N-Men 2,3,4; Projec- tor Club 1; Senior Play Crew. MICHAEL NEWCOMER Intramurals 1,2,4; Senior Play Crew. PETE NICHOLS Basketball 1; Football 1; Golf 2,4; Track 1; Basketball Manager 2; Tri-Sci 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Senior Play Cast; Boys ' State Representative. JAMES PARCELL Baseball 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1 ,2,3,4, vice- president 4; National Honor Society 4; N-Men 2,3,4, secretary4; Student Council 2; SpanishClub 2; D ' BULL- DOG 3,4; Senior Play Cast. GAIL PHILLIPS MixedChoir 3,4, secretary 4; Art Club 1,2,3,4, secretary -treasurer 2; Latin Club 1,2; Book Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, treasurer 3; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Cast and Crew. ROBERT PIPPENGER F.F.A. 4. CONNIE PONTIOUS Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4. HELEN POPOWZAK Concert Band 2,3,4; LatinClub 1 ,2; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, secretary 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Homecoming Atten- dant 1. CHERYL REAKER Cheerleader 4; Concert Band 1,2, 3,4; Dance Band 4; Pep Band 3,4; Mixed Choir 3,4; Art Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, secretary 4; Book Club 3, secretary 3; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; NAPANET 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Crew. SUE REED Concert Band 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Book Club 4; PepClub 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Girls ' State Representative. 137 Senior Activities JERRY RESSLER P.P. A. 3,4. JUDITH RESSLER G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Y- Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, president 4; NAPA- NET 3,4; D ' BULLDOG 3,4; Senior Play Cast. TOM ROGERS Basketball manager 1; Track manager 1; Cross-Country manager 1; Concert Band 1,2,3,4, president 4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Journalism Club 4; Latin Club 1 ,2, treasurer 1; National Honor Society 4; Student Council 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; D ' BULLDOG 2,3,4; NAPANET 3,4; Class Vice-President 2; Senior Play Crew. RHONDA ROBISON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4. KAY RYMAN BookClub 1,2,3,4, president 3; Y-Teens 1,2; Special Assistant 1,2; Library Assistant 1,2,3; D ' BULLDOG 4. MICHAEL SASSAMAN Wrestling 3,4; Basketball 1; Cross-Country 3,4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Intra- murals2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; N-Men 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Senior Play Cast. JAMES SCHMUCKER F.F.A. 1 ,2,3,4; Tri-Sci 3. KENT SCHWARTZ Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Mixed Choir 1,2,3,4; Art Club 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, vice-president 2; Journalism Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; S.O.S. 1,2, secretary -treasurer 2; Tri- Sci 3,4, secretary -treasurer 3; Spanish Club 4; NAPA- NET Junior Assistant Business Manager 3, Assistant Business Manager 4; D ' BULLDOG 1,2,3,4; Senior Play Cast and Crew. JERRY SHAW Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Foot- ball 1,2, 3;Track 1,2,3,4; N-Men3,4; Projector Club 3. JOHN SHEETS Wrestling 3,4; Football 3,4; Track 2, 3,4; Intramurals 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Latin Club 1; National Honor Society 4; N-Men 3,4; S.O.S. 1,2; Tri-Sci 3,4; Senior Play Cast. KIMBERLY SLABAUGH Intramurals 3; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Twirler 2,3,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Journalism Club 4, secretary-treasurer 4; Latin Club 2; BookClub4; PepClub 1,2,3, vice-president 3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Special Assistant 4; D ' BULL- DOG 4; Senior Play Cast. ROSE MARY SLABAUGH National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3; Co-Valedictorian. ROY SLAGLE Hi-Y 1,4. SCOTT SMITH Journalism Club 4; NationalHonor So- ciety 4; S.O.S. 2; Tri-Sci 3; Spanish Club 2; D ' BULL- DOG 4. PENNY SPONSELLER F.H.A. 3; PepClub 3; Y-Teens 4. NELDA STICKEL G.A.A. 2; Latin Club 1,2; Book Club 3; National Honor Society 4; PepClub 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Special Assistant 2,3; D ' BULLDOG 3,4, Editor 4; Class Secretary -Treasurer 3,4; Senior Play Crew. PAULA STONEBURNER Tyner High School, Tyner, Indiana 1,2; John Glenn High School, Walkerton, In- diana 3; National Honor Society 4; Y-Teens 4; D ' BULL- DOG 4; Senior Play Crew. KAREN STRAUSS Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Art Club 1,2, 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Book Club 3, vice-president 3; National Honor Society 4, secretary -treasurer 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; NAPANET 3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Cast and Crew. DENNIS STUMP Concert Band 2,3,4. LYNN STUMP G.A.A. 1; Book Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Senior Play Crew. STANLEY STUTZMAN Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2,3; Intramurals 3,4; Art Club 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4;N-Men 3,4; Projector Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Senior Play Crew. PATRICLA TITUS Concert Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1; Latin Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Span- ish Club 2; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Crew. KATHLEEN TOWNSEND Bristol High School, Bristol, Indiana 1,2; Elkhart High School, Elkhart, Indiana 3; ConcertBand4; Mixed Choir 4; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Y-Teens4; SpanishClub 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Cast. WILLIAM TOBIAS Projector Club 1. Track 1,2; Football Manager 2; JENNIFER TRUEX Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Special Assistant 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Senior Play Crew. HAROLD UMBAUGH Track2; F.F.A. 2,3,4, treasurer4. BELINDA WAGNER Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. STEVEN WALTERS Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, president 4; National Honor Society 3,4; N-Men 1,2, 3,4, president 4; Student Council 1,3,4, president 4; Spanish Club 2; D ' BULLDOG 1,3,4; Class President 1, 3,4; Senior Play Crew. ROBERT WATERSON LigonierHigh School, Ligonier, Indiana 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Cross-Country 3,4; Track 3,4; Concert Band 3,4, vice-president 4; Hi-Y 3,4, treasurer 4; N-Men 3,4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Sen- ior Play Cast. STEVEN WEAVER Intramurals 2. KENNETH WEAVER Track 4; National Honor Society 4; Projector Club 1; Tri-Sci 3,4, vice-president 3, secretary -treasurer 4; SpanishClub 2,3; D ' BULLDOG 4. FREDRIC WEBB GoH l,2iConcert Band 1,2,3,4; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Journalism Club 4; National Honor Society 4; S.O.S. 2; Spanish Club 2,3; NAPANET Junior Business Manager 3, Business Manager 138 Senior Activities 4; D ' BULLDOG 4; Boys ' State Representative. TIMOTHY WEGMILLER Wrestling 3,4; Basketball 1; Cross-Country 1,2; Football 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Intra- murals 3,4; Mixed Choir 1,2; Hi-Y 1,4; N-Men 2,3,4, treasurer 4; S.O.S. 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Senior Play Crew. GLORIA WISE F.H.A. l,2;PepClub 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2, 3,4; Library Assistant 2. KAREN YODER Concert Band 1; Art Club 4; F.H.A. 1; Bookclub 4; Pep Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; D ' BULL- DOG 4. SANDRA YODER Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Choir 3,4, secretary 3; Girls ' Glee Club 1,2; Art Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Special Assistant 4; Senior Play Cast. CLAYTON YOUNG Intramurals 4; Hi-Y 4. Lyle Yoder presents John Sheets with his passport to a brighter future. 139 Index Academics 22-37 Administration 40-41 Advertising 112-135 Bands 92-94 Baseball 76 Basketball 80-82 Bookclub 97 Cheerleaders 102 Choruses 95-96 Commencement 20-21 Cross Country 77 D ' BULLDOG 99 Eighth Grade Class . . ' . 69-72 Faculty 42-44 Football 78-79 Free-Time 10-11 Freshman Class 67-69 F.F.A, F.H.A, Golf . . G.A.A, 105 105 84 104 Homecoming 12 Honors Page 18-19 Intramurals 88-89 Journalism Club Ill Junior Class 61-63 Junior Hi-Y 109 Junior Y-Teens 107 Latin Club Ill NAPANET 98 National Honor Society 100 N-Men 103 Palette and Brush Club Ill Pep Club 102 Projector Club 110 Prom 16-17 Senior Activities 136-139 Senior Class 48-60 Senior Hi-Y 108 Senior Play 14-15 Senior Y-Teens 106 Snowball 13 Sophomore Class .64-66 Spanish Club 97 Special Assistants 46-47 Special Education Class 73 Special Services 45 Student Council 101 Student Life 8-21 S.O.S 110 Tennis 85 Track . ' . 86-87 Tri-Sci Club 110 Wrestling 83 140 7
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