North Central High School - Aquila Yearbook (Pioneer, OH)
- Class of 1963
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Another year has gone into history at North Central High. A year filled with many Firsts: commencement and
baccalaureate held outdoors, an all-night junior and senior prom, honor guard for the seniors at graduation, district
and sectional championships forthe baseball team, and the county science fair held at our school. lt is the hope
of the Annual staff that this book contains a record of all the events, activities, and fellow students, so that the
memories of the 1962-63 school year shall remain at your Finger tips tor future reference and enjoyment.
Table of Contents
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Aids To Education
The tool of research and exploration through scientific
As the centuries pass, the question is often asked, "Has man
progressed?" To answer this question we must first investigate
our surroundings. While doing this, one cannot -help to see such
advancements as a television set, radio, automobile, superhigh-
ways, and electrical utensils numbering into the thousands. All of
these items have one common purpose, to make for man a better,
easier, and more luxurious life.
This has been proven in the classroom too. Not Until recently
has the student been able to acquire his knowledge from sources
other than the textbook. He can profit from educational movies,
educational television, and countless other methods which are
being used to speed up the learning process. Education must
progress with the times. A student must learn his "readin', ritin'
and rithmetic"' but also prepare himself for a fast moving world.
No longer can a student graduate from high school and think that
his education has been completed. He must continue to become
better prepared for his iob.
"Tools" aid in this progress. Through their use, a student
can grasp knowledge faster and be able to remember it longer.
He learns by doing and today he has even a better chance to do
so by the improvements in his tools. The math student can whip out
the answer to his problem in a matter of seconds on a slide rule.
The commercial student can do the same thing with his problems
on a calculator. The English student can improve his reading skill
by mechanical readers, improved dictionaries, and encyclopedias.
The three "Tools" mentioned above are but only a few of the
numerous facilities that are available today. Has man progressed?
YES, but he will progress even further through education, more
and better education.
The E of practical living.
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The tool of understanding our heritage, past and present,
Key to Knowledge Found Through
se of English
English is a form of a'tt which uses words, language, and
expression as a means of communication instead of brushes, paints,
and canvas. Thus any person who speaks, reads, or writes is an
artist. lt is increasingly necessary that a person have a firm
English background because even in daily contacts he finds un-
ending need to express himself accurately. He also must be able
to interpret accurately what other people have written. English
also is a stepping stone to all other subjects, because almost all
knowledge is locked in writing and the key to the lock of know-
ledge is English.
Shown above is Mary Ricks who was the local winner
of the Prince of Peace prepared speech contest which
was held at the Mennonite Church. Mary participated
in the county contest that was held in Montpelier.
PRINCE OF PEACE CONTESTANTS
Bob Hoffman, Susan Wilgus CEssay Contestip David Gallutia fRunner-up Speaking
Contestji Carmen Cummins: Gary Hambleton.
Science and Math
Mr. Vol Connolly, high school supervisor ond Mr, Mr. Dietsch and some of his sixth grade science students busily working on their science
Vcnnorsdoll, county superintendent admiring the winning project which wos Yogi Bear being weighed on the different planets.
proiect ot the county science foir.
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Clwrlie White cmd Doyle Rodenbeck discovering thot o bunsen burner can be used to roost marshmallows, Boys, is this the correct woy
to use on honor study period?
Good Government Demands An
The flag of the State of Ohio being presented to the North Central School Five is an Ap Four is a Bi Three is a Cp Two is a Dj Below this is a
by the Pioneer American Legion Post. Holding the flag is Mr. Del failure. Mrs. Evers teaching a session in American History. Students
Eidenier and Mr. Robert Shepard. Making the presentation is Mr. Chuck shown in the picture are: Darlene Gerber, Ray Rupp, and .lim Nlessner.
Miller, commander of the local post, and accepting the flag is Mr.
Brownson local executive head.
A VOCATIONAL FUTURE THROUGH BUSINESS EDUCATION TRAINING
Activity in office practice class. Sue Cogswell, Jeanne Chamberlain, Wilma Brown,
Janet Cook transcribing shorthand as an assignment Gnd Llf1Cl0 Snow W0l'kll'T9 OH their PGYFOII PFGCIICS 5975-
for Mrs. Shaffners shorthand ll class.
WATCH THAT NEXT STEP
Ronnie Wray: Judy Wasnich
PUNCH ON THE ROCKS
Thelma Hulbert, Ann Gray, Lorene Patterson
I JOLLY OLD SAINT NICK
f . Larry Wine as Santa Claus
NOT TOO HEAVY ON THE SPICES
Susan Hoffman fback to cameralp Sherrill Yoderp Mrs.
Bowen, F.F.A. OFFICERS
Ken Traxler, Secretary: Bob Van Dyke, Sentinelg Ron Slogle, Presi-
dentg Dean Hutchison, Student Advisor.
One, Two, Three, Ready, Play!
i963 was an eventful year for N .C . 's band and
chorus. Two band concerts were held, participation
at basketball games, homecoming at Defiance Col-
lege, and showing at the Williams County Fair were
some of the activities performed this year. N.C. 's
chorus also presented two concerts, participated
at all-county chorus, and sang at assemblies as part
of their busy year.
Individual members of the bancl formed combos
for their own entertainment as well as presenting
numbers to group meetings such as the P.T.A. talent
night at Kunkle.
Larry Gruber and Roger Hess
Bemadme Youna, Sandy Hinlcle, Carolyn Burkholder, Evelyn Mercer.
Marsha Eidenier, Julie Fackler, Mr. Barone
Doyle Rodenbeck punch-hitting for Mr. Barone in leading the chorus
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Here's to you !.! l That's only punch in those cups. Boys shown in the Careful there Ray, you could be cutting your throat. Ray
picture are Merrill Frame and Donny White. Rupp and Mr, Browngon,
Christmas Dance--Donkey Basketball Game
--Senior Class Pla --Three Events
That Enlivened the School Year
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The uniforms in the picture at the right were KNEELING: "Lover Boy" Gallutiap "Spots" Rodgers, "Boney" Barone, "Elf" Brownson
tailored al' Saxs Fifth Avenue, Pioneer, Ohio, STANDING: "Lil Henry" Hendricks, "Censored" Miller, and "Ahab" Dietsch.
and were designed by Dior.
This Fabulous Year
"HOW LOW CAN YOU GO"
LEFT TO RIGHT: Chuck Clay, Del Evers, Larry Gruber, Unidentified, Danny White,
GGFY Collie, Duane Wyrick, Lowell Bavin, RonnieWrayp Dennis Whetro doing the
The general trend has been one of gaiety
The young men of today don their peg leg
pants, ponchos, or baggys, and with an extra
dab of 'that greasy kid's stuff', head for the
nearest fad. That fad is anything from pack-
ing into a telephone booth, with I5 of his
buddies, to taking a 50 mile iaunt. Of course
no teenager in his right mind would start out
on this excursion with out an ample supply of
food, a transistor, and his girl . This adorable
little thing would be clad in chopped-off
blue ieans, or surfers, and a school sweat
shirt. Her hair style varies from the 'Boufont'
to the 'Cleopatra'.
After completing the action of the day
everyone gathers at the nearest 'ioint', whether
it is Spoke 's Diner or Becker's Restaurant for
a round of pop and pizza. After this bit of
refreshment and relaxation they fill the near-
est iuke box with enough coins to carry them
completely through several Twists, Limbos,
When evening is nigh everyone watches
their favorite doctor or cowboy show on the
television, then, after getting the gang or a
date, they head for the nearest drive-in,
bowling alley, or record hop.
The boys and girls out do themselves in
the evenings, by dressing 'just so'. The guys
now have narrow ties, and narrow lapels, with peg leg slacks
and shiny black shoes, and of course, another dab of that
'greasy kid's stuff'. The girls, by now, have their hair well
under control with the help of large rollers and plenty of hair
spray. They are waiting patiently for the magic hour in a short
skirt, bulky sweater, or culottes and a blouse, with pale lips
and finger nails to match.
Elephant jokes, loud music, and lots of fun round off a
perfect day for everyone.
Today's teens are happy teens, we are the 'Boom Babies'
of the '4O's, and we are still booming!
Carol Oxender modeling bib overalls.
PlCTURE AT RIGHT: Diana Pitts and Marsha Rahmer practicing
what the president preaches.
and Stuart Hinkle
King and Queen
at Christmas Dance
The third annual Christmas Dance was held
December 21 in the high school gymnasium.
This was the first that a king had also been
selected by the student body. The gym was
decorated by the seniors and it was a beautiful
dance. The attendants were: Carol Oliver,
sophomoreg Sandra Hinkle, freshmang Susan
Sue Ann Rummel-
The second homecoming in the history ot
North Central was held November 30. The
student body selected as their queen for this
event Sue Ann Rummel. Attendants were as
follows: Carol Oxender Qescort Dean Hutchinsonl
senior attendantg Joyce Hess fescort Gary Colliel
sophomore attendantp Anna Lou Widmer fescort
Ray Ruppj iunior attendantp Diana Pitts Qescort
Rick Oxenderl freshman attendant. Sue Ann
was escorted by senior Danny White.
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Sound Administration 2 Sound Education
School facilities, Finance, policies, and a strong
administrator are provided by the board of education . North
Central's board this school year, unde'r the presidency of
Mr. Lavern Slagle, has strived to provide a more com-
prehensive educational program than has been provided in
the past. A black top area was provided at both schools
for recreational purposes as well as area for teaching of
games for the elementary grades. A track team was started.
The Kunkle building was completely painted and new
windows were installed in the science and second grade
rooms to help provide a more pleasing atmosphere in which
Educational leadership was provided by our, executive
head Mr. William Brownson. English 9 was begun with the
purpose of increasing reading speed and comprehension. An
emphasis was made throughout all classes in spelling, out-
lining, paragraph study, and chapter understanding. Many
other aspects of our educational program was improved.
' Hustle, s
Mr. Richard Becky Vice-president: Mr. James Hays, Mr. Lavem Slaglep President: Mr. William Brownson, Executive Head:
Mr. Richard Repp: Mrs. Beryl Dury.
PICTURE AT LEFT: High School Principal, Mr. Hendricks, discussing
a problem with Dennis Rutledge. PICTURE ABOVE: Junior High
Principal, Mr. Roger Fair, busily arranging tomorrow's work.
Able Leadership 1 Able Students
PICTURE AT LEFT: Mrs. Betty Brandon--secretary at High School
Building. PICTURE ABOVE: Mrs. Eileen Greek--secretary at Junior
MRS. VERA BOWEN: Vocational Home Economics, Advisor, MRS. JUDITH EVERS: American History, World History,
PupiI's Progress is Our Most
CHARLES GALLUTIA: Bookkeeping, General GEORGE ROZELLE: Senior Social Studies: Civics, LLOYD RODGERS: Biology, Health, Driver
Business, Business Law, Office Practice, Industrial Arts, Advisor, Freshman Class, G.A.A. Education, Physical Education, Advisor,
Guidance, Advisor, Annual, School Paper, Senior Class Varsity Club.
and F.T.A. I
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MRS. MIRIAM GERARD: Senior English, Junior English, Speech.
fStudent in the picture is Roger Hessl RICHARD MILLER: Vocational Agriculture, Advisor, Junior Class,
MARVIN DIETSCH: Algebra, General Math, WILLIAM BARONE: Instrumental and Vocal Music at MRS. RUTH SCHAFFNER: Typing, Short-
AIQGIJFG III Ge0melVYF SIXII1 Gfflde Science' both schools hand I and ll, Girls' Physical Education,
Advisor, Sophomore Class Business English Advisor, Junior Class
MR. WILLIAM DERBYSHIRE: Science, Mathematics, MRS. WILMA URFER: County Art Supervisor
Ohio History, Physical Education, Junior High Coach
A Strong Junior High Background ls
Important For Success In High School
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Reading, Assistant High School Basketboll Coach. Guidance
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Ernie Eidenier, Marge Orr, Floyd Stine Chuck Armbrusfer, Art Oyer, Lawrence Tressler, Marion Newcomb, Warren Pearson
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RON SLAGLE, Secretary, DAN WHITE, Reporter: SUE RUMMEL, President:
SHIRLEY OXENDER, Treasurer,
CAROL OXENDER, Vice President,
Class of l963
Looking back upon the past twelve years, the Class
of '63 recalls many pleasant school memories. ln
September, T957, the students of Pioneer and Kunkle
schools ioined forces to form North Central School. The
Class of '63 was then beginning the seventh grade with
a total of 58 students.
ln l959, the 60 members of the Freshman Class en-
tered high school, not knowing what to expect, but
willing to do their best. After surviving initiation by
the sophomores, we felt a part of N.C.H.S.
The big thrill of our Sophomore ,year was choosing
our class rings. Our business venture that year was soon-
soring an all-school carnival.
Our Junior year was accented by receiving our class
rings. We also discovered our dramatic ability when we
presented the Junior Play, "Tune in on Terror." Our
money making proiect that year was selling candy at
noon and operating the concession stand at ball games.
The biggest project of the year was planning and giving
the banquet and prom in honor of the Seniors.
Then, before we realized it, we were Seniors. This
was the biggest year of all .
As Seniors, we sold magazine subscriptions, attended
Government Day, and had our Senior pictures taken.
The Senior Play, "Rest Assured, "was our final attempt
at dramatics. On May lO, we attended the well-planned
all-night banquet and prom given in our honor by the
The highlight of the year came when we left on our
trip to Gettysburg, Washington D,C., New York, and
Niagara Falls. This was great fun and will be remembered
by us for many years.
Finally we reached our goal of twelve years. The
receiving of our diplomas at Commencement Exercises
on Moy 26, l963.
Thus our days of trouble and triumph at N.C.H.S,
were completed, but not without the realization of our
indebtedness to the teachers who have taught us how to
meet the problems that will confront us in the future.
Boys' Chorus 15 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Base-
ball 25 Senior Class Play.
LOA JEAN BROWN
Senior Play5 Library Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45
Paper Staff 45 Y.F.C. Club 2.
IF.H.A. 1,2,3,45 vice-Pfesadenf 3, F.F.A.
Queen Attendant 45 Paper Staff 45 Chorus 1.
FRED BRYN ER
Band 1,2,3,45 Boys' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus
1,35 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Library
Club 25 Science Club 25 Vice-President 35
Annual Staff 35 All-County Band 1,2,3.
F,T.A. Reporter 15 Secretary 25 Treasurer
3,45 Library Club 25 Vice-President 3,45
National Honor Society 3,45 Senior Play5
Junior Play5 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Annual
Band 1,2,3,45 Library Club 2,3,45 Y.F.C.
F.H.A. 1,27 Library Club 1,37 Mixed Chorus
l7 Annual Staff 37 F.T.A. 3,47 Junior Play7
G,A.A. 3,47 Student Council 47 Senior Play7
Annual Staff 3,4.
Science Club 'l,'3,4j Basketball 'l,2, 3,47
Baseball l,2,37 Varsity Club 4.
F.H.A. 3,47 F.F.A. Queen Attendant 37
Cheerleader 47 Paper Staff 4.
F.H.A. l,2,3,47 Girls' Chorus l7 Mixed
Chorus I7 Paper Staff.
Girls' Chorus l7 Buckeye Girls' State 37 Na-
tional Honor Society 37 Junior Play7 F.T.A.
F.F.A. l,2,37 Reporter 47 Boys' Chorus l7
Mixed Chorus l.
Boys' Chorus i5 Mixed Chorus l,45 Basket-
ball i,2,3,45 Baseball T5 Senior Play5 Varsity
Club 45 Science Club 45 Paper Staff 45 Track
Library Club T5 Girls' Chorus i5 Mixed Chorus
T5 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Annual Staff 35 Circulation
Editor 45 G,A.A. 35 Vice President 45 Senior
Play5 Paper Staff 4.
Girls' Chorus i5 Mixed Chorus i5 F.H,A.
2,35 Senior Play5 Paper Staff 4.
DEAN HUTC HISON
Class Vice-President 1,25 President 35 Band
l,25 Basketball 1,25 F.F.A. i,2,35 Student
Annual Staff i,25 Band l,25 Basketball i,2, 35
Baseball l,2, 3,45 Class Reporter 25 Junior
Play5 Senior Play5 Varsity Club 35 Treasurer
45 Science Club Vice President 4.
Mixed Chorus 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 F.H,A.
T5 Treasurer 2,35 Parliamentarian 45 Annual
Staff 35 Library Club 2,45 Dramatics Play 45
Outstanding Member of F.H,A. 35 8 G-,A.A.
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Girls' Chorus I7 Mixed Chorus I7 F.H.A. 27
F,T,A. 37 Paper Staff 4.
F.H.A, 1,27 Secretary 3,47 Library Club l,27
Secretary-Treasurer 3, 47 Girls' Chorus I7
Scholarship Team I,2,3,47 Buckeye Girls'
State Altemate 37 Student Council 37 National
Honor Society 2,37 Secretary 47 Prince of
Peace Contest 37 Mixed Chorus 3, 47
Saluta torian .
CAROL OXEN DER
Class Secretary I7 Annual Staff I,3,47 Stu-
dent Council I ,27 Sec.-Treas. 37 Vice-Presi-
dent 47 F.H.A. l,27 President 3,47 Library
Club I7 Band I7 Scholarship Team l,2,3,47
Outstanding Scholar Award l,2,3,47 National
Honor Society 2,37 President 47 Prince of
Peace Contest 37 Class Vice-President 37
G.A,A. 47 Senior Play7 Homecoming Queen
Attendant 47 Valedictorian Class Vice-
Class Treasurer I7 F.F.A. Queen I7 F.H.A,
1,27 Historian 47 Girls' Chorus I7 Mixed
Chorus I7 Christmas Dance Attendant 27
F.H.A. Reporter 37 F.F.A. Queen Attendant
37 Homecoming Queen Attendant 37 G.A,A.
47 Paper Staft7 Class Treasurer 47 Christmas
Dance Queen 4.
Library Club I7 Girls' Chorus I7 Mixed Chorus
I7 F.T.A. 27 G.A.A. 3,47 F.H.A. 47 Paper
F,F.A. 2,37 Treasurer 47 Chorus I,2.
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F.F.A. 1,25 Vice-President 35 President 45
Band 1,2,3, 45 Baseball 25 Junior Play5 Senior
Play5 Scholarship Team 45 Class Secretary 4.
F.H,A. 1,25 Historian 35 Reporter 45 Girls'
Chorus 15 F.F.A. Queen Attendant 35 Junior
Play5 Paper Staff.
Mixed Chorus 1,45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Prince of
Peace Contest 35 School Winner 45 Junior
Play5 Senior Play5 Paper Staff 4.
F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus I,2,45 All-
County Chorus 1.
Student Council 2,35 President 45 Band 1,2,
3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 35
Prince of Peace Contest 35 F.T.A. Vice-
President 35 President 45 Junior Play5 Scholar-
ship, Team 2,35 Senior Play5 Y.F.C. Club,
Vice-President 1,25 President 3,4.
SUE ANN RUMMEL
Paper Staff 15 Maiorette 1,2,3,45 Mixed
Chorus 15 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Junior Play5
Class Reporter 35 G.A.A., Reporter 45 Senior
Play5 Paper Staff 1,45 Homecoming Queen 45
Class President 45 Homecoming Queen At-
F.F.A. l,2,3,47 Band T7 Mixed Chorus T7
Basketball Manager 3.
Basketball l,27 Baseball l,27 Science Club
3,41 President 27 Junior Play7 Senior Play7
Varsity Club 47 Scholarship Team 2,47 Track
KEN DA LL TRAXLER
F.F.A. l,2,37 Secretary 47 Boys' Chorus
I7 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,47 Basketball 2,3,4f
Varsity Club 4.
BGB VAN DYKE
Library Club 47 F,F,A.e Sentinel 47 Chorus 4.
Library Club 3,47 Mixed Chorus 3,47 Paper
Staff 47 Scholarship Team 47 Y.F.C. Club.
F.F.A. l,2,3,47 Boys' Chorus I7 Basketball 2.
Boys' Chorus I7 Mixed Chorus I7 Basketball
I,2,3,47 Baseball I,2,3, 47 Class Secretary 27
Junior PIay7 Class Secretary 37 Senior Play7
Varsity Club 7 Paper Staff 4.
Boys' Chorus I7 Mixed Chorus I7 Basketball
I,27 Varsity Club 47 Baseball 2.
Paper Staff 27 Junior Play 37 Chorus 2.
Basketball 2,37 Annual Staff 37 Paper Staff,
Assistant Editor 3j Class Treasurer 37 Varsity
Club, Reporter 47 Editor Paper Staff 47 Class
Reporter 47 Track Team 4
Class President I,27 Student Council 1,47
F.F.A. I7 Science Club I7 Band I,2,3,47
F.T,A. Reporter 2,3,47 Junior PIay7 Scholar-
ship Team 3,47 National Honor Society 47
Y.F.C. Club 3,4.
Science Club I7 Band I,27 Student Manager I7
Baseball 27 Library Club 27 Annual Staff 37
Mixed Chorus 47 Track Team 47 Paper Staff
FRONT ROW: Loa Brown, Kenny Hamet, Sue Ann
Rummel. SECOND ROW: Stuart Hinkle, Sherm Baker,
FRONT ROW: Carole Buerk, Doyle Rodenbeck, Darlene Dietrich, Duane
Wyrick, Lyndal Hugg. SECOND ROW: Ron Slagle, Carol Oxender, Mrs.
Evers, Advisor, Elsie Hulbert, Mary Ricks.
REST ASSURED, a comedy and romance.
The plot evolves around the Morlock family. Phillip Morlock
was a successful businessman who had begun to neglect the family.
The daughter Mary wants to marry Joe Lanconi but because his
papa is poor, Mr. Morlock won'f consent. Luigi Lanconi comes
to talk in Joe's defense, but Mr. Morlock is too busy to discuss
The second scene Luigi dies of a heart attack and comes back
to haunt Mr. Morlock. The family, thinking he is crazy, feeds him
sleeping pills and he dies. Phillip Morlock's eyes are finally
opened to realize he has neglected his family and only hopes for
another chance. Everyone becomes happy when Mr. Morlock finds
out he was only dreaming and okays the wedding and peace reigns
at the Morlocks.
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Darlene Dietrich, Bob Huffman, and Ronnie ray enloy
Sue Keller demonstrates one of the hazards involved
in making N.C. 's gym beautiful. Sue, Norm Thorp, and
Carol Burkholder are shown here decorating for the Christ-
The gym was beautiful for December Zlst. , and everyone
who came enjoyed themselves as much as possible. It was a
wonderful start for the Christmas vacation. Thank-you,
One of the four Christmas trees decorated for the dance
Duane Wyrick, Ken Hamet, Mr. Rodgers, and Holly helping
The T963 Prom, sponsored by the Junior class, w
filled with good food, good music, and good times
It was the first all night prom in N .C. history.
"Blue Hawaii" was thethemefor this year's prorrt
The gym was decorated with palm trees and large mura
at each end of the dancing area.
The banquet was delayed for almost an hour while
our baseball team won the District Championship Trophy.
After dinner Elizabeth Landis sang "Moon River"
and "Just The Way You Look Tonight." From 9:30 to
T2:00 everyone danced to music by Bus Widmer's Band.
At 12:30 we went to Montpelier Theater where we
saw "Around the World in a Balloon". At 2:00 we went
to the Montpelier Recreation . There we danced, played
cards, snacked, and bowled. At 5:00 we started eating
breakfast. After breakfast we could go home.
It was a marvelous Prom. Fine iob, Juniors!
Bus Widmer and his band furnish music tor dancing.
"BIue Hawaii," theme of the T963 Junior-Senior Prom.
We got tired,
but what fun,
Washington D.C., via Gettysburg, New
York City and Niagara Falls.
Time to roll it up. Mary Ricks
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Carol---and you claimed you were pushed. Watch out for that
left jab Dennis.
is that a hair piece Dwight?
CAROL OXEN DER
Carol Oxender is the top honor student in the
graduating class of T963 with a point average of
10.73 out of a possible ll. Carol has been active
in many school activities including president of
National Honor Society, member of student council,
scholarship teams, Prince of Peace Essay Contest
fplacing second in the state of Ohioi, FHA, and
This summer Carol was accepted at the Ohio
State University as one of 40 participants in a summer
institute study in the Biological Sciences Program
sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
Carol will attend the University of Toledo on GN
Honor Scholarship and will maior in medical research.
Other honors won during the year were, tenth
in Williams county in the Senior General Scholarship
Tests, winner along with Carole Buerk in the Local
Quiz Book Contest sponsored by the Ohio Temperance
League, winner of the D.A.R. Good Citizen's Award,
and top student in the high school.
That Eventful Da
Baccalaureate and Commencement were held outdoors
on the lawn in front of the high school building For the
tirtst time in the history of the school. lt was beautiful even
though it did get a little chilly.
The class of T963 was led by Carol Oxender with
Barbara Orewiler as salutatorian , Reverend Jerry Meyer
gave the baccalaureate sermon and music was presented by
the North Central high school chorus.
Mr. Brownson, Mr. Gordon Ward CCommencement Speakeri, Mr
Linda Mapes, Barbara Orewiler, Mrs. Evers, Carole Buerk.
LOCAL PRELIMINARY DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIP
English I--Richard Oxenderg English ll--Ronald Wellsg English Ill--
Joan Spiethg English IV--Barbara Orewilerp World History--Dwight
Wilsong Americm History--Janet Kintnerg Senior Social Studies--
Carol Oxendery Algebra I--Roger Slaglep Geometry--Carol Martini
Algebra ll--Lowell Baving General Science--Robert Hainesp Biology-
-Donald Wells: Physics--Norman Thorpg Bookkeeping--Janice Sohnp
French I--Richard McCreap French II--Ronald Slaglep Latin I--
Sharon Clements: Latin Il--David Gallutia.
FINAL WINNERS QDIVISION IIIJ
Janice Sohn 2nd in Dist. 5th in State fBookkeepingI - Donald
Wells 3rd in Dist. 5th in State Iliioloqyl - Barbara Orewiler 3rd
in Dist. 7th in State IEng, IW - Carol Oxencler 3rd in Dist. IIth
in State CSenior Social Studiesj - Ronald Wells 6th in Dist.
English ll - Joan Spieth 9th in Dist. English Ill - Janet Kintner
I2th in Dist. American History.
Senior members of scholarship team. Ronald Slagle, Dwight Wilson, Barbara
Orewiler, Carol Oxender, Norman Thorp, Janice Sohn.
Janice Sohn Leads The Scholarship Team
SENIOR MAGAZINE SALES WINNERS
Ronnie Wray ISecond Placel and winner of radiog Sue Ann Rummel iFirst Placel
and winner of a wrist watchg Lyndal Hugg fThird Placei and winner of luggage.
SEATED: Sue Ann Rummel foutstancling girl in the high
schooll. STANDINGL Carol Oxender foutstanding senior
girllg Dwight Wilson Ioutstanding boy in the high schoollp
Doyle Rodenbeck Ioutstanding senior boy, .
Rick Repp, Treasurer, Chuck White, Vice-President,
Lowell Rademacher, President, Larry Chamberlain,
Reporter, Jeff Thompson, Secretary.
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This saying has a special meaning to every Junior class.
We Juniors have stopped at a street. The name of this street
is Seniors. We are looking both ways before we cross.
We are looking behind at memories of passed years, both
happy ana sad. We are looking ahead to the future, not
only to becoming Seniors, but adult men and women of
tomorrow's world. We are listening to the demands of the
changing world around us, but we are also being listened
to, because we will soon be rraking our marks in the world.
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Sherri Van Slyke helping to decorate for the prom.
Fixing what 'Mother Nature' forgot!
STANDlNG: Joan Spieth, Charlie White, Bob Hoffman, Liz Landis, Jeff Thompson
Roger Hess, Larry Wine. SlTTlNG: Lois Douglas, Sharon Franz, Bonnie Baker, Susie
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When Fred Hastings spends more money than his parents believe he
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hot water, and when an eccentric little lady of eighty decides to play
football, any attempt at trying to preserve the sanity of other casual
observers becomes futile.
Fred's mother, Cora, is planning a birthday party for Fred's girl,
Nancy, but when two strangers, beautifully feminine, appear, in the
persons of Gloria Patterson and Lois Corwin, the plot thickens. Fred is
doomed, his iob as model for Glamour Girl Cosmetics is about to be re-
vealed. But leave everything to Larry, Larry insists. Gilbert Hastings,
Fred's father, is furious when he learns about it, Julie Tucker's chief
concern is being able to keep the puppy Larry has bought for her on the
installment plan. And that's when Melinka Whipple, that wiry bundle of
The birthday party? lt turns out to be something slightly less than
an open-house affair, with a Mr. Danbury looking for local television
talent, Bill Sterling looking for his girl, and Melinda Whipple looking
for enough space in which to make a touchdown in football.
Bad Case of Stage Fright!
Class of I965
CLASS OFFICERS: Carol Oliver, News Reporter, Carmen.Cummins, President, Gary
Collie, Vice President, David Gallutia, Secretary, Carol Martin, Treasurer.
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We, the class of 1965, are now on the
second step of our four-year struggle to reach
graduation from high school. Although we
have only been in high school two years, we
have seen and been a part of many different
Besides the tact that our homework picked
up this year, our class social life increased.
ln the Fall we had a Halloween party which
was considered a success. Then, in the spring,
we had a car wash in the shop and a bake
sale at Becker's Restaurant.
Our class president, Carmen Cummins,
served as an excellent head and guided us
over our heated class discussions with very
little trouble. Carmen and Gary Hambleton
were our student council representatives.
This year our class advisors, Mrs. Nearing
and Mr. Dietsch, were a great help to us in
everything where acblt supervision was needed .
We will all miss Mrs. Nearing next year and
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hope that her life of retirement will be rewarding
after twenty-five years of faithful teaching. We
hope Mr. Dietsch, who has completed his first year
of teaching, has enjoyed working at North Central
and will return to instruct us in Algebra ll.
Our class will look back on the Sophomore year
with mixed emotions. Some, of course, will say
that it was just a jump closer to graduation. Many
will remember it as a time when the midnight oil
burned more than once. Still others will simply
remember it as another rewarding experience that
will help us be better citizens.
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Haines, President. STAN DING: Burton Fisher, Vice-president,
Ronald Baker, Secretary.
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Where has the year gone? lt seems like only
yesterday that we freshmen were sort of scared
of the future prospect of high school. Now we
know different. The upperclassmen have managed
to make this year an unforgettable one.
The year started out in some confusion, but
it soon settled into routine.
The class had two activities that they could
participate in during the year. One was a class
party on Jan . llth. The other was a money-
making skating party. Class participation on this
project was so good we were able to make a nice
profit. We, as a class, sponsored a record hop
after one of the ball games, which made us feel
All in all our Freshman year was happy,
Class of l96
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McCrea, President. BACK ROW: John Widmer, Secretary, Pam Borton, K
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BOTTOM ROW: Pamela Borlon, Linda Burkhart, Gerald
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Sandra Cain, Charles Carter, Connie Cogswell, Kim Clark.
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SITTING: Carol Oxender, Vice President, Doyle Rodenbeck, Presidentp Chuck White, Sec.-Treas. SECOND ROW: Frank Lantz, Jeff
Thompson, Darlene Dietrich, Dwight Wilson. THIRD ROW: Advisor, Mr. Hendricks, Bob Haines, Roger Slagle, Gary Hambleton, Carmen
The number one proiect undertaken by the student
council this year was the sponsoring of the Homecoming
festivities. Besides the work involved in selecting the
queen and her court and arranging the ceremony itself, the
council sponsored a record hop after the basketball game.
Other activities credited to the council was the selling
' of pompons for the county basketball toumament, promoting
a "klondike". day md an all black and white day, again this
was for the tourney, the selecting of hall monitors and the
If supervision of their activities, and the holding of student
council elections for the 1963-64 school year.
Carmen Cummins, master of ceremonies at the homecoming Ruth Leslie, last year's homecoming queen, Sue Ann
festivities. Rummel, this year's homecoming queen.
National Honor Society
SEATED: Bernadine Young, Susan Hoffman, Joyce Hess, Sharon Franz. STANDIN G: David Gollutla, Barbara Orewiler, Carole
Buerk, Carmen Cummins, Gary Hambleton, Charles White, Sue Morningstar, Dwight Wilson, Carol Oxender, Joan Spieth, Janet
National Honor Society members planning the scholarship banquet.
Since its organization in l96l, a total of 26
studen ts have been chosen to become members of
the Eagle Chapter. Graduating this year are the
last two charter members Carol Oxender and Barbara
Orewiler. The students tapped this year was the
largest number admitted at one time since its be-
ginning, eleven--of which seven were sophomores.
Membership in this organization is based on scholar-
ship, leadership, service and character. To be con-
sidered for membership a student must have a full
"B" average, in addition he must rate high in the
other three areas.
One of the big undertakings of the honor society
was the holding of the second North Central Scholar-
ship Banquet. This yecudsbanquetwasa-ttended by
approximately 225 students, parents, and faculty
members. The speaker for this event was Dr. Alton
Kurtz of the education department of Defiance
Col lege .
High Flying Aquila
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On on "Annual" mission in Bowling Green are Sharon Franz, Carol Martin, Lyndal Sharon Franz and Susie Wilgus are studying the
Hugg, Darlene Dietrich, Bob Hoffman, and Gary Collie.
AQUILA STAFF BACK ROW: Lowell Raclemaker, Roger Meyer, Bonnie
Esterline, Kenny Esterline, Chuck White, Jeff Thompson, Frank Lantz.
FRONT ROW: Thelma Hulbert, Susan Hoffman, Cheryl Pitts, Janet Kintner,
Carol Oliver, Carol Martin, Sue Morningstar, Susan Wilgus, Kay Munroe,
Bonnie Baker, and Lois Douglass.
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SENIOR YEARBOOK STAFF MEMBERS Carol Buerk,
Lyndul Hugg, Darlene Dietrich, Carol Oxencler.
Hi-Lites Staff Run The Presses
SENIOR PAPER STAFF, Stu Hinlcle, Duane Wyrick, Dan
White Lyndal Hugg, checking latest edition.
The Hi-Lites, a monthly paper, is circulated
widely through the school.
The main purpose of the paper is to raise
the school spirit, interest students in the different
departments of our school, and making a record of
activities during the school year.
The Hi-Lites is proud of its accomplishments
and has filled an important niche in the school
Dan White, the Editor-in-Chief, and Roger
Meyer, the Junior Editor, 'have done a creditable
iob. Mr. Gallutia, the faculty advisor, has also
spent a great deal of time making the Hi-Lites
a successful project.
PAPER STAFF STANDING: Jeff Thompson, Susie Wilgus, Anna Lou
Widmer, Sue Morningstar, Jill Critchfield. SEATED: Roger Meyer, and
Carol Jean Oliver.
Janice Sohn is shown running off the latest edition of
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FRONT ROW: Advisor, Mr. Gallutiap Treasurer, Carole Buerkp Vice President, Jeff Thompson, President, Doyle Rodenbeck, Secretary,
David Gallutia, Reporter, Janet Cook, Historian, Roger Meyers. SECOND ROW: Janet Kintner, Joan Speith, Bonnie Beck, Carol
Oliver, Sue Morningstar, Sandra Stevens, Shirley Bistline, Lyndal Hugg, Mary Ricks. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Wyman, Sharon Briner,
Diana Pitts, Gary Hambleton, Dennis Wyman, Grant Shepard, Larry Gruber, Dwight Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Linda Nisley, Sharon
Clements, Larry Wine, Ronnie Schelling, Rick Oxender, Bob Haines, Darlene Dietrich.
What IsTeaching Like
With the large membership in F.T.A. this year, it
looks as if North Central is going to do something
about the teacher shortage even though it will take
a few years for these students to enter the field.
Many of these students were valuable aids to the
faculty in grading papers, monitoring tests, taking the
class for a few moments, and grading elementary
papers in the school testing program.
Darlene Dietrich and Lyndall Hugg received
trophies for their outstanding achievement during the
past three years.
The money-making activity for the club was a H...
combined car wash and bake sale which was successful .
The highlightof the entire year was a party at
Sue Morningstar's cottage at Long Lake which was
attended by nearly all the members. The water was
cold but the skiing was A-OK,
F.T.A. Car Wash
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
FRONT ROW: Lawrence Spieth, Dale Runyan, Bob VanDyke, Ralph Delcamp, Kendall Traxler, Ron Slagle, Ray Rupp, Bill Knepper,
Dean Hutchison, Val Hugg, Phil Surbey, Jeff Frame. SECOND ROW: Mr. Miller, Advisor, Roger Slagle, Lavon Sumner, Larry Manley,
Chuck Rummel, Carmen Cummins, Dennis Downing, Duane Frisbie, Dennis Stark, Edwin Sutton, Arlon Schroeder, Jon Lantz. THIRD
ROW: Steve Critchfield, Larry Wine, Rodney Hendricks, Rick Repp, Frank Lantz, Larry Chamberlain, Jim Messner, Gary Manley,
Don Kollar, Jim Kollar. FOURTH ROW: Jim Martin, Bob Robison, Ronald Kunkel, Marshall Kosier, Bob Edinger, Jim Speakman,
Bob Suntken .
Mr. Dale Hillard was chosen as hon-
orary chcpter member. He is shown
with president Ron Slagle.
T963 was filled with many activities. A pest
hunt was conducted with Bob Robison the winner with
Don Kollar second. A fifteen minute program was
broadcast over radio station WBNO Bryan, Ron
Slagle, Jim Messner, Jon Lantz and Carmen Cummins
were delegates to the State FFA Convention in
Columbus. Nine members attended the International
Livestock Show in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs.
Duane Frisbie again was high salesman in the
annual candy sales. This year Duane sold 5188.
Second went to Lavon Sumner, third to Ron Slagle.
Duane Frisbie had the Grand Champion Steer at the
Williams County Fair. Parliamentary procedure
team won a gold medal in the county contest held
at Edon High School. The Livestock judging team
consisted of Frank Lantz, Steve Critchtield, Carmen
Cummins, Arlon Schroeder and Chuck Rummel.
Mr. John Anderson of Anderson Truck
Terminal of Maumee posing for a pic-
ture with Carmen Cummins president
of the F.F.A. for the T963-64 school
year. Mr. Anderson spoke at the
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Bowen, Advisor, Linda Snow, Shirley Oxender, Claudia Flory, Kay Munroe, Marsha Rahmer, Elizabeth Landis
Sherri VanSlyke, Barbara Orewiler. SECOND ROW: Ruth Perham, Sandra Hinkle, Susan Ely, Karen Whetro, Kathy Beck, Lois Hollstein
Georgia Warner, Elaine Konoff, Sharon Speakman, Patty Gruber. THIRD ROW: Ann Gray, Rose Coler, Sheryl Yoder, Cheryl Pitts,
Linda Helf, Thelma Hulbert, Jeannie Hershiser, Connie Beck, Susan Hoffman. FOURTH ROW: Judy Wasnich, Bonnie Baker, Patty Kollar,
Wilma Brown, Jeannie Chamberlain, Sue Keller, Sue Cogswell, Donna Kollar, Shirley Cook, Carol Oxender.
The Future Homemakers of America is a national
organization of girls studying homemaking. F,H.A.
provides opportunities for students to have additional
experiences in planning and carrying out activities
related to homemaking.
This year the F.H,A. had a total enrollment of
40 members. The officers were: Kay Munroe, President,
Marsha Rahmer, Vice President, Barbara Orewiler,
Secretary, Claudie Flory, Treasurer, Susan Hoffman,
Historian, Linda Snow, Reporter, Elizabeth Landis,
Susan Ely, Ruth Perham, and Cherri VanSlyke demonstrate dancing
Parliamentarian, Sherri VanSlyke, Song and Recreation
Leader. Susan Hoffman served as our county repre-
sentative, and also ran for a state office.
The F.H.A. has three degrees of achievement by
which it recognizes members' personal growth. These
degrees are the Junior Homemaker Degree, the Chapter
Homemaker Degree, and the State Homemaker Degree.
As each of the three degrees is received, the symbol
for the degree is presented to the member. This symbol
is worn on a chain between the F.H.A.pin and the
guard. This year, 22 members had or received one or
more degrees. One member, Kay Munroe, received
the highest possible degree, the State Homemaker
Just as each member's individual work is awarded,
so also is that ofthe Chapter as a whole. This award
is called the Award of Merit. This award recognizes
those chapters which have planned and carried out well-
rounded programs of work in which all members partici-
pated. This year, through the combined efforts of the
executive council and the members, the North Central
Chapter was awarded this honor as a symbol of its out-
standing work through the year.
Queen Ka and Her Court
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Cheryl Pitts, sophomore attendant, Wilma Brown, senior attendant, Kay Munrce, QUEEN, Lois Ann Douglass, junior attendant, Darla
Brooks, freshman attendant.
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girls who attended the State F.H.A,
Convention in Columbus. Kay Munroe,
Ruth Ann Perham, Mrs. Bowen, Advisor,
Judy Wasnich, Mrs. Perham, Karen
Whetro, Kathy Beck, Claudia Flory,
Susan Hoffman. Claudia Flory was one
of the 146 girls who sang in the state
chorus. Kathy Beck served as hostess
for the two days at the meeting. Susan
Hoffman was a candidate for the office
of state parliamentarian. Karen Whetro
and Judy Wasnich were voting dele-
gates. Mrs. Ruth Perham represented
the chapter mothers.
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KNEELING: Grant Shepard, Ronnie Cain, Bob VanDyke, Rodney Hendricks, Roger Meyer, Butch Stantz, Greg Thorp, Jeff Thompson,
Larry Wine. STANDING: Mrs. Evers, Advisor, Darlene Gerber, Marsha Rahmer, Bonnie Baker, Barbara Orewiler, Janet Kintner, Elizabeth
Landis, Sharon Shumaker, Carol Oliver, Sue Morningstar, Carole Buerk, Loa Jean Brown, Kay Munroe, Janice Sohn, Jean Ann Miller,
Patty Orewiler, Joan Spieth
Cataloging was our biggest task this
year. Every book in our library will be
filed three ways at the end of this year.
We volunteered to sponsor an assembly
on February 4. Six of our members in-
troduced some of our better books. Our
last project was the purchasing of paper-
back books to sell to the student body.
We have entertained three times this
year. The Montpelier Library Club was
.4 our guest for a night. Our Christmas
party was held at Mrs. Ever's home.
Each year we honor the seniors in our
club. This year we had a luncheon for
BOOK REVIEW CAST Janet Kintner, Roger Meyer, Liz Landis, Joan Spieth, Darlene Gerber,
Jeff Thompson, Sue Morningstar.
SEATED lN FRONT: Rodney Hendricks, Kenny Hamet, Vice President, Roger Hess, STANDING: Grant Shepard, Roger Meyer, Librarian,
Robert Walkup, Mr. Hendricks, Advisor, Stuart Hinlcle, Charles White, President, Merrill Frame, Norman Thorp, Sandra Hinkle, Secretary,
Bob Hoffman, Treasurer, Susan Ely, Reporter, Donald Wells, Ruth Ann Perham, Lowell Bavin, Ronald Wells,
The highlight in the county science program for this
school year was the hosting of the county science fair.
Approximately 800 proiects were submitted with the
following North Central students winning awards: Tom
Traxler, first in soil conservation, Don Funk, first lin-
dividuall in physical science grades 7-97 Gary Hambleton,
second llndividualj in biological science grades lO-T27
David Gallutia, third llndividuali in biological science
grades lO-l2, Bob Hoffman, second flndividuali in
physical science grades T0-l2, Sue Momingstar and Linda
Nisley, second lgroupi in biological science grades
l0-T27 Cheryl Pitts and Patty Orewiler, third lgroupi
biological science grades TO-12.
View of County Science Fair held at North Central
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KNEELING: Joy Hess, Sue Ann Rummel, Anna Lou Widmer, Karen Ely. FRONT ROW: Dennis Wyman, Evelyn Mercer, Patty Gruber
Kathleen Beck, Sue Morningstar, Bonnie Esterline, Greg Thorp, Sandra Hinkle, Bernadine Young, Patty Kollar. SECOND ROW
Dwight Wilson, Don Funk, Elizabeth Landis, Larry Gruber, Richard Greek, Doyle Rodenbeck, Roger Meyer, Ron Slagle. THIRD ROW
Ronnie Cain, David Gallutia, Bob Hoffman, William Barone, Band Director, Fred Bryner, Darlene Gerber, Larry Wine.
The largest proiect of the year in the .music department
was the promotion ot the annual Fish Fry by the band boosters.
The evening was well attended by the community and the
money will be used in the music program. The high school
band and the.iunior high chorus provided the entertainment
For the evening.
The high school bcnd participated in contest at Bowling
Green on March l6. Even though the results were some-
what disappointing improvement was shown over the past
A christmas concert was presented on December i9
which was well attended.
PICTURE AT LEFT: Ronnie Cain seems a bit tired
Sue Ann Rummel
Karen Ely Anna Lou Widmer Joy Hess
Junior High Band
FRONT ROW: Thomas Traxler, Marian Zedakel, Mary Knepper, Carol Becker, Richard Jones, Michael Gallutia, Terry Oyer. SECOND
ROW: Susan Beck, Ladena Helf, Shirley Martin, Sharon Martin, Pam Borfon, Karen Oxender, Janet Miller, Steven Bales, Greg Martin,
THIRD ROW: Nancy Norfhrup, Bonnie Miller, Rebecca Dury, Janef Durham,i Pam Thorp, John Widmer, Director, William Barone, Steven
Joice, Barry Rubel, Robert Dragoo.
High School Chorus
FRONT ROW: Carole Buerk, Loa Jean Brown, Shirley Oxender, Bonnie Esterline, Sharon Clements, Diana Pitts, Barbara Orewiler, Joan
Spieth, Darlene Gerber, Mary Lynn Wright, SECOND ROW: Carol Rupp, Mary Ricks, Janice Sohn, Marsha Rahmer, Joyce Hess,
Elizabeth Landis, Bernadine Young, Carol Martin, Shearon VanSlyke. THIRD ROW: Doyle Rodenbeck, Richard McCrea, Larry Gillespie,
Larry Gruber, Robert VanDyke, Ronald Baker, Director, William Barone. FOURTH ROW: Gary Hambleton, Ronnie Schelling, Robert
Robison, Larry Wine, Steve Clymer, Stuart Hinlcle, Kendall Traxler.
Junior High Chorus
FIRST ROW: John Haines, Van Brandon, Keith Hess, Ran Collie, Bob Martin, Dick Jones, Mike Gallutia, Norman Fiser, Bob Repp, Marvin Esterline,
Gary Oxender, Alan King, Daryl Franz, Doug Gunn. SECOND ROW: Kay Pitts, Linda Henry, Mary Knepper, Cheryl Newcomb,Jahn Heller,
Barry Rubel, Dennis Ruetz, Harold Coler, Paul Moor, Tom Traxler, Bob Draggoo, Dennis Hollstein, Steve Baker, Connie Cogswell, Stella I-linkle.
THIRD ROW: Lon Hersha, Randy White, Richard Rademacher, John Haines, Dorothy Thorp, Ruth Lashaway, Diana Mansfield, Peggy Shankster,
Janet Oxender, Karen Oxender, Pam Borton, Delores Flary, Deborah Yeager, Susan Beck, Marsha King, Jacqure Wray, Lois Moor, Carol Konoff,
Marian Zedaker. FOURTH ROW: Aldythe Runyan, Rebecca Dury, Tandra Rupp, Linda Burkhart, Mary Jane Wasnich, Sharon -rambleton, Kaleen
Hugg, Mary Beth Heller, Pamela Thorp, Nancy Schlosser, Carma Stark, Carol Waterston, Ladena Heli, Shirley Martin, Sharon Martin, Janet
Durham, Nancy Northrup.
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FRONT ROW: Stuart Hinkle, Merrill Frame, Duane Wyrick, Kenny Hamet, Danny White. SECOND ROW: Frank
Lantz, Rick Repp, Kenny Esterline, Norman Thorp, Richard McCrea. THIRD ROW: Jeff Thompson, Butch Stantz,
Marvin Yagel, Dennis Wyman, John Frame. BACK ROW: Lowell Radamacher, Chuck Rummel, Greg Thorp,
Kendall Traxler, Jim Moon, David Gallutia.
Varsity Club Helps Set Athletic Policies
Track was begun at North Central High after an
absence of many years. lt is the hopes of the adminis-
tration and coaching staff that the boys will take ad-
vantage of the addition of this program in our curriculum.
lt takes time to build a track team, but in a couple of
years we should turn out some good cindermen ,
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Stantz Unable To Play
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46 Fayette 47
33 Lyons 50
55 Chesterfield 63 7
50 Hilltop 25
5l Hicksville 49
62 Waldron 45 I
45 Stryker 38 L
32 Edgerton 60
45 Edon 44
38 Chesterfield 42
46 Montpelier 44
38 Jewell 48
64 Hilltop 44
32 Montpelier 37
38 Edgerton 58
36 Fremont 56
32 Stryker 58
68 Jewell 69
55 Edon 47
60 Salem 58
53 Edon 6l
WON 9 LOST 12
Butch Stantz, Larry Gillespie, Richard McCrea
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KNEELING: Gary Hambleton, Dennis Wyman. STANDING: Terry Oyer, Arlon Schroeder, David Gallutia, Grant Shepard, Ron
Wells, Jon Lantz, Chuck Rummel, Jef Frame, Don Wells, Loren Bavin.
38 Lyons 9
44 Chesterfield 5l
46 Hilltop 26
46 Hicksville 33
44 Waldron T3
35 Stryker 3'l
4-4 Edgerton 42
37 Edon 26
37 Chesterfield 23
45 Hilltop 28
36 Montpelier 28 2 6
55 Edgerton 21
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3l Jewell 22
45 Edon 26
37 Salem 20
WON T6 LOST 2 -CJ
FRONT ROW: David Gunn, Richard Oxender, Vol Hugg, David Moore. BACK ROW: Bob
Haines, Roger Heller, Burton Fiser, Don Funk.
'W Time for a breather. Coach Rodgersp Rick Repp, Ken Homer, Jim Moon,
Ken Eslerline, Lowell Rademaclwer, Frank Lanlz, Kendall Traxler, Stuart
Hinkle, Charlie While, Duane Wyrick, Sherm Baker, Merrill Frame.
Queen Ruth fLeslieD Welly, laslyear'squeen, crowns Sue
Rummelas tl1isyear'sa Homecoming queen. Danny While,
Sue 's Escorf .
We've Got The Eagles On Our Team
GET THAT TIP! Duane Wyrlck, Dennis Wyman, Gary Hambleton, iumpingg Lowell Rcdemccher.
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with a pep session.
SHARON CLEMENTS JOY HESS BONNIE BECK DIANE PIT-IS
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Sue Rummel and Marsha Rahmer get things ready for the
tournament. Mr. Dietsch and Mr. Barone led a cheer at a pep session.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Norman
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Robert Martin, Gary
Oxender, Steve Bales,
Barry Rubel, Coach: Mr.
Derbyshire, Mark Hanover,
Tom Traxler, Ken Coy,
John Widner, Robert Repp,
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
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JUNIOR HIGH RESERVE
KNEELING: Noel Hugg, Alan King, Roger Robison, Richard Jones, John Heller Larry Ely Richard Radamacher,
Greg Martin, Jeffery Hollstein, Doug Gunn. BACK ROW: Mr. Derbyshire Coach Charles Carter Randy White
Kim Clarlc, David Wells, Lon Hersha.
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FRONT ROW: Sue Ann Rummel, Lyndal Hugg, Sharon Shumaker, Darlene Dietrich, Susan Wilgus. SECOND ROW: Shirley Oxender,
Carol Oxender, Sue Keller, Elizabeth Landis. THIRD ROW: Bonnie Beck, Connie Beck, Karen Ely, Advisor, Mr. Rozelle.
G.A.A. Has A Ball
ABOVE: Sharon Shumaker, Bonnie Beck, Connie Beck, Sue Keller, Karen Ely, Susan
Wilgus. LEFT: Sue Rummel, Liz Landis.
FIRST ROW: David Gunn, David Moore, Frank Lantz, Rick Repp, Dennis Stark, Butch Stantz, Greg Thorp, Ric Oxender, David Gallutia. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Gallutia, Coach, Ken Esterline, Jeff Thompson, Dennis Wyman, Jim Moon, Lowell Rademacher, Kenny Hamet, Chuck Rummel, Mr.
Rodgers, Assistant Coach .
District Champions, Class A
FALL BASEBALL SECTIONAL IOUKNEY
5 Metamora 6 5 Lyons 2
4 Hilltop 2 6 Edgerton 2
3 Edgerton 9
3 Stryker 2 DISTRICT TOURNEY
2 Edgerton 6 3 Holgate 2
3 Stryker 2 10 lnnings
5 Hilltop 9
WON 3 LOST 4 REGIONAL TOURNEY
2 Grand Rapids O
SPRING BASEBALL 1 Spencerville 3
3 Metamora 4 WON 7 Lost 4
2 Edon 9
14 Edgerton 6
I2 Hilltop 2
4 Stryker I
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Esterline WON 2 LOST 2
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Senior Magazine Sales
Career Day and College Night
Senior Pictures taken at Adrian
NWOTA Meeting at Toledo
Carnival at the Junior High
Prince of Peace Contest
Senior Scholarship Tests
Annual Pictures Taken
Hillsdale College Choir
Betty Crocker Test by Senior Girls
Visiting Science Teacher
Music Program at Pioneer
County Basketball Tournament
FFA Public Speaking Contest
National Merit Scholarship Test
Elementary Music Program
Freshman Skating Party
Local Science Fair
Father-Son Banquet at Kunkle
Preliminary Scholarship Tests
Junior Class Play
Senior Government Day
County Science Fair
Band Boosters Fish Fry
Donkey Basketball Game
Eighth Grade Tests
Every Pupil Tests
County Band at Edgerton
Mother-Daughter Banquet at Kunkle
Tri-State College Glee Club
All-County Chorus at Pioneer
County Math Contesr at Edgerton
State FFA Convention
Honor Society Skating Party
Final District State Scholarship
Tests at Defiance College
Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet
Sophomore Car Wash
Band and Chorus Concert
FHA Style Show
Band Tag Day
Eighth Grade Graduation
Baccalaureate and Commencement
Lowell Rademacher 224
Duane Wyrick 200
Stuart Hinkle 105
Frank Lantz 73
Sherman Baker 65
Merrill Frame 65
Ken Esterline 44
Jim Moon 43
Gary Hambleton 43
Butch Stantz 43
Dennis Wyman 36
Rick Repp 17
Charlie White 17
Dennis Wyman 162
Gary Hambleton 97
Chuck Rummel 80
Frank Lantz 74
Charlie White 66
Rick Repp 65
Ken Esterline 49
Arlon Schroeder 35
Jim Moon 21
Jeff Frame 29
Loren Bavin 18
Jon Lantz 12
Ronald Wells 7
David Gallutia 6
Terry Oyer 5
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