North Liberty High School - Crest Yearbook (North Liberty, IN)

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THE CREST Table of Contents Seniors . . . pg. 8 Underclassmen . . . pg. 17 ill ' ' ■ ' • : - v; - " ' , m r.3. ' . 2 : Classes . . . pg. 32 Activities . . . pg. 58 Sports . . . pg. 70 Focus on Social Activities . . . Concerts, meetings, receptions, athletic events. Our relation- ships with one another, whether personal expression or group effort, help form lasting friendships. Tension mounts as final plans are made. Student activities are an important part of the school year. Just as each person has his own talents, each organization has its own purpose. Music, language, science, and sports are some of the most important on the extra- curricular calendar. Mr. Johnston prepares enchiladas for the Spanish Fiesta. A liquid oxygen demonstration by a NASA representative. Emphasis on Academics Education is the purpose of all schools. Students must be recep- tive to this idea, however, if true learning is to be accomplished There is no set method of teaching. Lectures bring forth new ideas to be studied. Research reinforces these concepts for dis- cussion. Our faculty has prepared us for application of this knowledge which extends beyond graduation. 4 Study takes place where convenient--in class or out. A relaxed atmos- phere is a prerequisite. The Importance of Achievement Success and achievement mark the crowning point in our high school careers. Our abilities are braced with hope, and our success gets its support from the under- standing that ultimate victory must involve a clean, competitive spirit. Martin Ray Albright Dennis Edward Allsop Larry Charles Alward Ralph Edward Bell Sheryl Marie Bauman Neil Brian Baughman Drew Alan Bergland Nancy Jane Blosser Sandy Joe Boone Carol Ann Clark Tom Will Carr Jr. Jeanette Marie Cisney Albert Eugene Clark Lynn Marie Clark Mchael Jean Clark Charles Wilford Coleman Clara Sue Crowder Janice Kay Croy Cynthia Marie Dalke • Deborah Dee Doering Linda Kay Fassett Wayne Alan Fassett Nancy Jo Firestone Charlotte I. Garrison TV Linda Sue Fisher James Robert Fraser ii Lk H fx Shirley Louise Geyer Joseph Francis Ginzer Michael T. Groves George Eugene Hahn Judy Ann Halt Patsy Lynette Harbaugh Karen Marie Hill Janyce Ellen Hughes John William Hunt Robert L Hunter James Theodore Hurt Kerry A. Kane Carl Howard Kaser i SJ SlJP-r Susan Anthony Kennedy Jerry Lee Klockow Carol Jean Kranitz Dewayne Ferris Lee, Jr. David W. Limerick Rose Marie Livengood Karen Lynette McCormick - jr Steven Michael Mlekodaj Vicki Elizabeth Moon Albert John Mroczkiewicz, Jr. Kent Errol Naragon Paul Raymond Neidlinger Donald Allen O ' Blenis Barbara Lou O ' Connor 7 f if Hal W. Ort Harold L. Palmer Marilyn Kay Peterson 1 -o f i ifeii David Eugene Petz Terry G. Ransbottom Kent L. Rininger Gail Chauncy Ross Nancy Diane Roush . 1 Jerry R. Roush AMk Linda Lou Roush Larry Malcom Setnor Douglas Dean Shoemaker Linda Jo Shreve Ila May Shupert Kathie Ann Shupert Robert Gene Snyder Dana Lamar Sousley Gloria Jean Springman Barbara Ann Stacy James William Suit Michael Dewayne Summerfield Paul Leo Szucs, Jr. Pres. --Douglas Holmes V. Pres. --Nancy Roush Sec.--K.athy Houser Treas. --Ralph Bell UNDERCLASSMEN Juniors HUM— II I I i T Co-chairmen, Craig Kaser and Cheryl Huff meet with Greg Mc- Endarfer and Bridget Wicks in an effort to make this year ' s prom the best yet. Bill Albert Marlene Albright Paula Aldrich Kay Allsop Tom Andrews Linda Boarman Jack Bonham Alma Borton Carol Brodzinski Mike Burkholder Beth Cave Lawane Clark Nathan Clark " J U ,,- - l Dennis Clark Jo Arm Clingenpeel Sandra Correll Linda Davis Jim Desits Steve Eberly Ron Eichorst Shirley Elwell Rose Farago Martin Fogle Carolyn Garrison David Goodling Karen Gorby Greg Groves Bob Heim Carol Hiatt Beverly Hofer - if 2 ' Paul Holderbaum Darwin Hostetler Richard Hostetler Carol Howell Z (J- Craig Kaser- 1 W _J LL .is-Zi.-l . Patricia Markle Tom McCormick Greg McEndarfer Mike Merritt Jeff Michael Holly Moon Rick Moon Cathy Mroczkiewicz H -i - -£j t Margene Mull ' Kathie Nelson Mike Newcomer Bob Rauen Charlotte Rexstrew Kay Robinson Kenny Ross • x -v - Paula Ross Peggy Rudd Darlene Sattler Jim Scott Chris Shreve Kay Sims Pat Snyder Jackie Sokolaj uA , K; ,, Nancy Steele ' ] ' Bruce Summerfield t x ,f Joe Swift Pam Targett Betty Ulbricht Dave Vanator Susan Wentz Bridget Wicks Laura Wille Valerie Wolf June Wolfe Dale Yeakey i( fx . V Kathy Zook Junior Class Officers Pres. --Bruce Summerfield Vice Pres. — Jack Bonham Secretary — Carol Howell Treasurer--Janice Kite Sophomores Roger Ackley Mary Albert Douglas Aldrich Chris Anderson Doug Anderson Kent Arnsbarger Ellen Baughman Lynn Bauman Merita Bergland Dale Borton Charles Clark Dennis Clark Diane Clark Mike Clingenpeel Sandra Cox fe t- ' )fiait J z ' f-67 f ma Melissa Crowder Victor Dingman Cathy Dixon Bruce Doering Jean Emerick Dave Emmons Don Emmons Greg Fassett Vicki Fenske Deborah Fields 4a , ■ Marilyn Firestone Joe Fisher Sandra Fisher Lon Flora Susan Flory Pam Franklin Connie Gault Frank Ginzer Sandra Greer Allan Griffin Gail Groves Pamela Haines Mary Halt Patricia Hill Betty Hinchy Mark Holderread Kevin Hostetler Cheryl Houser Barry Hughes Dennis Hurt ' Joj vr ' i 5 Mary Jankowski Laurie Kaser Nancy Kopanski Barbara Kotal Leslie Kring Dennis Krol David Krzyzewski Peggy Kurzhal Marsha Lee Genna Liggett Kathy Lynch Rita Marshall Andrea McGwin Keith Moon Patrick Moon Kenneth Naragon Vicki Neland Myrna Nemeth Joe Newton Nancy Nichols 1 l Dennis O ' Connor Terry O ' Connor Carol Parmley Wesley Peterson Linda Plate Pamela Ramsby Cheryl Reed Joan Renbarger ■- ££= j u • Alice Rodriquez U 1 Mickey Ruggles ?■ " - . .__ Jacquline Schlarb Grace Scott Michael Setnor Linda Shaw Martin Shupert Kevin Shuppert Janice Stone Roy Stout Duane Szymanski Sharon Tadlock Absent: Michael McCraken Sophomore Class Officers: Dennis Clark--President Genna Ligget — Secretary Merita Bergland-- Treasurer Joe Fisher--Vice President Freshmen Steve Adams Ronald Albert Robert Allsop Penny Alward Several Freshmen return to their lockers before going home. Michael Ashley Tim Baughman Beverly Beebe Darwin Beron Cynthia Bevis Duane Bevis Connie Boren Harvey Brown James Brown Diane Burkholder Becky Carr Steve Clark Janet Clingenpeel Gary Cohee Roy Cooper Lorna Correll Kathleen Desits Vicky Diedrich Bill Dove Daniel Eberly James Fair Barbara Farago Debbie Farver Kent Flory Bruce Franklin Robert Futa Brenda Gall David Gensinger Sherry Good Beverly Halin Theryl Hamilton Allan Hartsough Paula Henry Michael Hiatt Ronald Holderread Joy Holmes Charles Houser David Houser James Hughes Gene Hunn Jerry Hunt Frank Imbro James Ivankovig Jerry Jonas Garey Kaser Angela Keck Robert Kerckhove Cloid Kime Kerry Knowlton Robert Knowlton Bernard Kring Don Kring David Krol Judy Lambert Patricia Lawson Vernon Lawton Ruth Lichtenbarger Lorraine Litteral Joan McCormick Karen McKee James Meert John Megyeri Timothy Menefee Marvin Moore Mike Mroczkiewicz Ardith Naragon Mary Nemeth Jackie Norris Arnold O ' Blenis Ronald O ' Connor Shelly Patinella Jim Plunkett Dawne Rauen Robert Ritchie Patricia Robinson Richard Rose John Rosenbaum Bonnie Roush Robert Sapp Nancy Sattler Michael Schlarb Gayle Schrader Brenda Shoemaker Becky Shupert Gary Smith Christine Snyder James Snyder Susan Sokol Patrick Solmos Kathy Springman 26 IT: Jeanette Sprunger Kenneth Sprunger Carol Steele John Stitsworth Lea Suit Vickie Tadlock Gayle Targett Mildred Tomsits Eugene Toth Linda Toth Roland Vincent Brenda Walls Barbara Walters Sandra Ward Suzanne Watkins Alan Wenger Jane Whitmer John Whitmer Ronnie Young Carolyn Zellers Q j- JO U . _- Linda Zellers John Zook Absent: Clyde Armstrong Mike Post Mike Werntz Freshman Class Officers Pres.— Chuck Houser Vice Pres. --Alan Wenger Reporter — Diane Burkholder Administration Mr. Keith Davis, our principal, is a man who is well known around the halls of North Liberty High School. This is the ninth year Mr. Davis has been with us. He sees that the daily routine is efficient and makes certain everything runs smoothly. Mr. Davis is interested not only in the students ' classroom activities, but also in the sports and extra curricular activities in which they participate. We hope that this is only the beginning to another nine years of the same fine work. Dr. Dekker is serving his second year as guidance counselor at North Liberty High School. He has become acquainted with the students and their ambitions. The students, in turn, feel that they can go to him for help with any problems which may arise. He helps students schedule classes which will be most useful in future plans. Faculty Mrs. Andreae Mrs. Branson Mr. Cserep Mr. Freeman Mr. Gearhart Mr. Gowin Mr. Gray Mr. Hille Mrs. Houser Mr. Johnson Student help has become an essential part of the office efficiency. The girls receive valuable training and perform errands to aid Mrs. Walsh and Mrs. Nelson. They are, left to right, K. Kurzhal, M. Peterson, P. Synder, K. Hill, V. Moon, K. McCormick, L. Clark. SEATED is Mrs. Walsh. Mr. Johnston Mr. Keiser Mr. Lowe Mr. Miller Mrs. Russ Miss Sabato Mr. Smith Mrs. Spellman Mr. Taylor Mr. Vander Hagen Mrs. Walsh is a familiar person in the office She organizes the insurmountable red tape handled every day. Files are a part of Mrs. Nelson ' s routine of re- cording absences and assisting the comptroller Students learn the importance of elementary algebra in Mrs. Russ class. A check is written; the accounts are balanced--only a part of the daily routine of our school treasurer, Mr. Keiser. Mrs. Andreae helps a student put a hem in her coat. " Would you explain the difference between simile and metaphor, Mr. DeRue? " CLASSES The Machine Processes Class studies techniques of precision tooling. Under the direction of Mr. Hille, they leam correct usage of the metal lathe. Research helps assure good results. Ralph Wille conducts a soil test as Mr. Freeman and the Vocational Agricul- ture Class watch. Manual Training The Agricultural Mechanics Class learned the maintenance and repair of farm machinery with Mr. Freeman ' s guidance. Members of the class hoist an air compressor into a cage. Accuracy is important in technical drawings. Joe Swift is using an architec- tural drafting table; one of the new facilities available for Drafting II. Typing Typing I gives students basic preparation for more advanced business skills. Proper forms for letters, business papers, and other written materials are as important as hitting the right keys. Mr. Gowin explains a proper typing procedure to Pam Targett. Cleaning motors is a common job for Doug Shoemaker. D.C.E. D.C.E. gives boys a chance to prepare themselves for the future by a practical application of knowledge and ac- quired skills. Paul Neidlinger repairs a motor at Russ ' s Garage. Working at the Silo Mfg. Company keeps Mike Clark busy. D.C.E. class members, with the guidance of Mr. Gowin, prepare for their post-high school years. Commerce Zl_ -— -« Mrs. Brunson helps students prepare for busi- ness occupations. Students are helped in the shorthand and office training classes to fur- ther develop methods used in secretarial work. A part of secretarial training in- volves the ability to cope with deadlines which are often very difficult to meet and seem beyond the limit of the average sec- retary. The bookkeeping classes develop the mental and mechanical skills to pro- vide a far better job. Janice Kite prepares her homework. Mrs. Brunson explains the correct business form to Marilyn Peterson. Dewayne Lee finds the adding machine helpful in bookkeeping. Home Economics Students in Mrs. William ' s Foods I and II classes find that there is more to planning a meal than just cooking. They learn to provide nutritious and attractive meals. Clothing classes, under the direction of Mrs. Andrea, provide opportunities for students to develop sewing skills which enable them to restyle and make new clothing. The effects of propaganda are evaluated in Mr. Miller ' s Intro- duction to Social Studies Class. In World Problems, Seniors discuss many phases of governments and economies. Basic principles and goals of democracy are studied in the gov ' t- econ class. Mr. Gray directs group study. Social Studies Mr. Gray explains a confusing principle to Clara Crowder. Mr. Taylor ' s history students learned of the many events that helped form our country and keep it free. Language Mr. Gearhart ' s Freshman English Class learned the fundamentals of writing and grammar which will help them in their study of more advanced English. The Junior English Class studied American Literature under the direction of Miss Sabato. Mr. DeRue taught the class the second half of the year. Mr. Keiser instructs the Latin II Class as the students participate in translating their Latin lessons. Latin forms a basic foundation for learning any language. The Spanish Classes use the new language lab often. Mr. Johnstons directs a review exercise for Spanish II. Math and Sciences Mr. Cserep explains the value of chlorine as an exidizing agent. Lab, as well as book work, is an important part of chemistry. Biology students use microscopes and other lab equipment while learning about the forms and development of life. Mr. Johnson instructs the class in correct lab procedures. MECHANICAL Al)VAVTA(ii:S i if i i jjj:vs Mechanical advantages of machines, such as the pulley, are one of the many phases of physics explored by the physics class. Mr. Freeman directs the demonstration of such advantages. Proving figures congruent is an essential part of geometry. Mrs. Russ helps Lynn Bauman find equal angles. Health In Mrs. Houser ' s health classes sophomores study the causes, symptoms and treatment of diseases. Besides health, an important part of this course is learning about accident prevention through an understanding of the causes. Mrs. Linster, the school nurse, is always avail- able for consultation whether the problem is a minor physical ailment or some emotional disturbance. Her control of the Health depart- ment helps make the facility as pleasant and re- laxed as possible for both students and teachers. Speech Speech is our most essential means of communication. In speech classes the student is given an op- portunity to grow in poise and self confidence by developing proper speech habits. Speech therapy classes help students overcome speech problems by letting the student discover the reason and then derive a solution for the dif- ficulty. Mr. Phillips conducts a speech therapy class. Dave Limerick attempts public speaking methods for Mr. Taylors speech class. Pep, Stage and Concert Practice becomes routine; routine--perfection. 48 Bands The bands, under the direction of Mr. VanderHagen, have contrib- uted more than class time to our school. Extra time has been spent in preparation for the solo and ensemble contest and the state band contest. Their new facilities have helped them when they presented several concerts, one of which featured Harold Jones, a guest professional percussionist. Before the football season began, the band was on the field practic- ing for their colorful football exhibitions. The twirlers and the Pom Pom Corps were integral parts of the marching band and highlighted many of the half-time shows and parades. Members of the Pom Pom Corps are Top: Sherri Reed, Mary Jan- kowski, Ellen Baughman, Betty Ulbricht, Debby Fields, Lyanna Wolfram, Barb O ' Connor. Bottom: Cheryl Huff, Gayle Targett, Lea Suit, Mary Albert, Laurie Kaser, Lynn Bauman, Sandy Fisher. 49 Chorus The chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Spellman, was one of the most active groups in the school. They presented the operetta " Sky High " and gave a formal spring concert featuring " Jesne Is Bustin ' Out All Over " , " Now Let All Sing " , " Battle Hymn of the Republic " , and " Since All Is Passing " . The senior chorus members entertained by singing at the commencement exercises. Physical Education Physical ability is shown as the boys in physical education class alter- nate in climbing ropes. The girls in Mrs. Houser ' s physical education class participate in various games as a group. Co- ordination and skills are de- veloped as the girls learn new ex- ercises. Ronnie Young received the Boys ' Physical Education Award. Both co-operation and ability are re- quired for this recognition. i r ill i M lit Mr. Johnson presented the award to Ronnie Young. Girls must warm up before playing volleyball, an important part of their physical education. i ! » • Periodicals, books, and encyclopedias are available for student use in the library. Student librarians are always ready to help locate the proper sources. Students increase reading speed and improve com- prehension with the use of the new reading lab machines. Ordering, cataloging, and mending books, are some of Mrs. Zook ' s duties. The number of resources has greatly increased due to her hard work. Art The departments of Art and Industrial Arts combined their efforts in a mural which will be hung in the shop area. Bruce Summerfield and Jack Bonham share honors in this project which won first place at the State Industrial Arts Convention. The mural will also be shown at the State Fair this fall. Advanced Art offers the chance to further develop the elements and principles of design while exploring new media with a varied or more personal style. Jack puts some final stitches in a hooked rug project. Many long hours go into the preparation of daily menus. Our cafeteria provides well- balanced meals that offer good food and a variety of choice. The cooks responsible for the meals are: Mrs. Holstead, Mrs. Bergland, Mrs. O ' Connor, Mrs. Shaffer, Mrs. Albright, Mrs. Roush, Mrs. Bauman, Miss Albright, and Mrs. Kane. Locker jammed? Look around and there ' s Bill Bauman, Kenny Mobley, George Humphries, or Bill Carr to aid you in your predicament. George Hahn worked in the cafeteria ' s snack bar selling milk, ice cream, potato chips, and other snack items to students during lunch hour. ACTIVITIES Student The National Honor Society and Student Council are two important service organizations, neither of which can be joined by desire alone. Both have standards which have been set and maintained throughout their histories. The Student Council sponsored a safety campaign, a dance, and generally promoted school spirit. It represented the students fairly and accomplished the goals it set for the past year. The top students of the high school were recognized as members of the National Honor Society during the induction ceremony and through a special in- dependent study program. Jim Desits was one of the inductees. HONOR SOCIETY. SEATED: L. Davis, Mr. Taylor, J. Croy, C. Crowder, N. Baughman, K. Kane, Mrs. Russ, K. Zook. STANDING: B. Summerfield, K. Shuppert, J. Halt, Mr. Gray, J. Bonham, G. Hahn, M. Albright. Leaders - • l LA STUDENT COUNCIL; C. Snyder, E. Baughman, S. Eberly, M. Albright, C. Dalke, C. Huff, B. Wicks, J. Whitmer, 2nd: Mr. Taylor, G. Hahn, B. Franklin, J. Fair, D. Aldrich, K. Shupert. A reception was held after the induction. Dr. Holt gave the main address. Pres. Neil Baughman lit the candle to open the ceremony. ■■i m-ywK societ Y-TEEN. FRONT ROW: L. Fassett, K. McCormick, C. Dalke, B. O ' Connor, K. Hill, M. Peterson, L. Clark, N. Blosser, C. Kranitz, N. Firestone, K. Houser. 2nd: L. Clark, K. Hori, B. Stacy, I. Shupert, K. Shupert, C. Garrison, P. Harbaugh, S. Geyer, S. Bauman, S. Boone, C. Crowder, P. Snyder. 3rd: Mrs. Zook, sponsor, M. Mull, K. Gorby, S. Correll, B. Cave, K. Robinson, B. Ulbricht, N. Steele, C. Rex- strew, H. Moon, B. Wicks, K. Nelson. 4th: N. Nickols, C. Parmley, P. Hill, M. Halt, K. Allsop, B. Ho- fer, S. Reed, P. Ross, J Sokola, L. Davis, L. Crowder. 5th: L. Correll, V. Tadlock, B. Shoemaker, P. Robinson, M. Bergland, E. Baughman, L. Wolfram, M. Jankowski, M. Nemeth, M. Firestone, L. Bau- man, L. Kaser. 6th: C. Steele, B. Shupert, A. Naragon, L. Suit, L. Toth, J. Norris, J. McCormick, S. Ward, G. Targett, M. Albert, S. Fisher. SPANISH CLUB: FRONT ROW: K. Hostetler, G. McEndarfer, N. Steele, V. Fenske, J. Sokola, J. Bonham, S. Zwierzynski, C. Nixon, K. Hori, D. Johnston, sponsor. 2nd: C. Anderson, D. An- derson, R. Marshall, A. McGwin, K. Whitmer, P. Alward, K. Lynch, M. Ruggles, V. Neland, P. Ramsbey, K. Shuppert, M. Nemeth. 3rd: L. Boarman, K. Zook, S. Sokol, P. Hill, P. Walker, J. Wagner, R. Vincent, M. Ashley, D. Aldrich, G. Fassett, A. Wenger. F.F.A. FRONT ROW: D. Emmons, H. Ort, J. Fisher, W. Peterson, T. McCormick, Mr. Freeman, sponsor, Dr Krzyzowski, K. Naragon, T. O ' Connor. 2nd: M. Schlarb, M. Burkholder, D. Vanator, S. Flory, L. Toth, J. Meert, B. Allsop, R. Ackley, J. Suit. 3rd: W. Fassett, K. Flory, B. Ritchie, D. Krol, D. Brown, B. Kring, D. Krol, P. Krol. 4th: H. Stone, R. Wille, K. Knowlton, M. Moore, E. Toth, B. Futa, B. Knowlton, A. Mroczkiewicz. LETTERMAN ' S CLUB. Alphabetical order: B. Albert, C. Anderson, K. Arnsbarger, N. Baughman, T. Baughman, D. Borton, A. Clark, M. Clark, J. Desits, B. Doering, S. Eberly, J. Fisher, J. Fraser, F. Ginzer, J. Ginzer, G. Hahn, D. Holmes, K. Hostetler, C. Houser, J. Hughes, J. Hurt, K. Kane, B. Lappin, T. McCormick, S. Mlekodaj, P. Moon, A. Mroczkiewicz, K. Naragon, M. Newcomer, D. O ' Connor, H. Ort, N. Palmer, W. Peterson, G. Ross, K. Ross, L. Setnor, M. Setnor, K. Shuppert, M. Shupert, D. Sousley, R. Stout, B. Summerfield, M. Summerfield, P. Szucs, A. Wenger, L. Wesolek, R. Willie. Sponsors: D. Cserep, B. Gowin, C. Johnson, L. Miller. Dr. Dekker explains the purpose of the STEP (Student Train- ing for Employment Project) program to the students who worked on it during the past year. Kay Robinson and Marty Albright were our representatives to the St. Joseph County Junior Board Tuberculosis League. Neal Baughman and Karen Hill learned about our national government as Boys ' and Girls ' State Representatives. SCIENCE CLUB. FIRST ROW: D. Anderson, J. Newton, C. Kaser. 2nd: D. Clark, C. Anderson, B. Summerfield, K. Arnsbarger. 3rd: K. Sprunger, M. Holderread, K. Moon, J. Bonham, S. El- well, L. Boarman. 4th: J. Zook, J. Scott, T. Baughman, M. Newcomer. Sponsors: Mr. Johnson, Mr. Cserep. HOME EC. FRONT ROW: L. Fassett, L. Clark, C. Clark, K. McCormick, K. Hill, M. Peterson, C. Kran- itz, G. Springman, B. Whitmer, N. Roush. 2nd: K. Robinson, K. Allsop, B. Hofer, C. Howell, P. Snyder, M. Mull, K. Gorby, B. Ulbricht, B. Stacy, Mrs. Andrea, sponsor. 3rd: E. Baughman, N. Nichols, M. Ne- meth, S. Young, C. Rexstrew, J. Wolfe, S. Correll, A. Borton, J. Clingenpeel, V. Tadlock, L. Toth. 4th: L. Kring, M. Firestone, D. Fields, P. Ramsbey, V. Neland, L. Zellers, S. Sokol, C. Bevis. 5th: G. Liggett, C. Houser, C. Parmley, B. Kotal, L. Suit, L. Kaser, M. Albert, G. Targett, S. Ward. USHERS CLUB. FRONT ROW: T. Harber, D. Yeakey, T. Andrews. 2nd: L. Kinner, R. Luke, V. Nemeth, L. Toth, P. Ramsbey, N. Clark, P. Krol. 3rd: V. Dingman, B. Rauen, T. Vanator, M. Burkholder, R. Albert. PEP CLUB: Cheerleaders: M. Bergland, P. Snyder, L. Davis, M. Crowder, 1st ROW: Mrs. Houser, Sponsor, S. Tadlock, B. Gall, I. Shupert, S. Boone, S. Geyer, K. Houser, S. Bauman. 2nd: A. Keck, D. Springman, L. Boarman, M. Mull, C. Huff, B. Wicks, H. Moon, K. Nelson. 3rd: D. Clark, M. Nemeth, M. Firestone, E. Baughman, C. Houser, G. Liggett, M. Albert, L. Kaser. 4th: C. Vida, R. Marshall, A. McGwin, K. Whitmer, J. Stone, S. Greer, J. Wagner, P. Haines. 5th: P. Alward, C. Snyder, L. Zellers, S. Good, K. Zellers, J. Norris, J. Whitmer, J. Clingenpeel. 6th: D. Farver, C. Steele, B. Shupert, D. Rauen, J. Holmes, A. Naragon, S. Sokol. AUDIO VISUAL CLUB: J. Hughes, T. Andrews, T. Cooper, V. Lawton, J. Brown, K. Sprunger, J. Stits- worth, N. Clark, R. Young, B. Albert, M. Hiatt, B. Raven, F. Imbro, Mr. Hille, Sponsor. G.A.A. BOTTOM ROW: K. Houser, S. Bauman, S. Geyer, S. Boone, B. Wicks, C. Crowder, B. Whitmer, D. Burkholder, P. Harbaugh, J. Hughes, Mrs. Houser, Sponsor. 2nd: L. Kaser, M. Albert, A. McGwin, K. Whitmer, N. Steele, C. Rexstrew, L. Willie, L. Boarman, M. Lee, E. Baughman, M. Firestone. 3rd: M. Nemeth, L. Bauman, S. Fisher, P. Snyder, M. Bergland, L. Wolfram, M. Jankowski, S. Reed, C. Snyder, K. Springman, P. Alward. 4th: J. Stone, V. Tadlock, D. Clark, J. Schlarb, K. Lynch, M. Ruggles, L. Crowder, M. Tomsits, B. Walters, R. Marshall, S. Good. 5th: L. Zellers, S. Ward, G. Targett, B. Shoe- maker, L. Suit, L. Toth, L. Correll, J. Sprunger, J. Holmes, C. Steele, A. Naragon. 6th: J. Norris, J. Clingenpeel, J. Whitmer, T. Hamilton, P. Henry, J. McCormick, B. Roush, P. Robinson, B. Gall, A. Keck, C. Zellers. YEARBOOK. SEATED: M. Peterson, J. Hughes, C. Crowder, V. Moon, J. Croy--Editor, K. Robinson, J. Wolfe, K. McCormick. STANDING: Mr. Smith--Sponsor, L. Fassett, P. Snyder, M. Bergland, G. McEn- darfer, J. Sokola, L. Crowder, M. Mull, K. Hill, N. Steele. NEWSPAPER STAFF. Left to right: C. Kranitz, N. Roush, B. Whitmer, C. Crowder, K. McCormick, G. Springman, J. Halt, M. Mull, S. Sokol, K. Zook, K. Lynch, B. Stacy, M. Peterson, K. Hill, N. Baughman, M. Jankowski, L. Davis, G. Hahn, Mrs. Brunson- -Sponsor, C. Howell, C. Huff, N. Blosser- -Editor, J. Sokola, P. Rudd. 68 BOOKSTORE HELPERS. B. Sapp, R. Yeakey, E. Croumlich, I. Shupert, Mr. Keiser, K. Hill, K. McCormick, V. Moon, M. Peterson. LIBRARY CLUB. BOTTOM ROW: B. Sapp, P. Ramsbey, K. Allsop, V. Neland, B. Hofer. 2nd: P. Walter, B. Hinchy, P. Hill, J. Wagner, C. Parmley, L. Correll, K. Robinson, S. Sokol, N. Kopanski. 3rd: C. Dixon, J. Sclarb, S. Cox, I. Shupert, P. Snyder, M. Jankowski, J. Emerick, S. Elwell, P. Haines, J. Stone, S. Greer. SPORTS Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Track Wrestling The 1966 Homecoming Queen, her court, and their escorts: Freshmen: Brenda Shoemaker and Shelly Patinella. Sophomore: Lisa Crowder and Chris Anderson. Queen and Escort: Marilyn Peterson and Martin Albright. Juniors: Pat Snyder and David Goodling. Seniors: Linda Shreve and Mike Clark. Bill Hostetler, president of the football boosters, presents Terry Ransbottom with the window de- coration trophy. Doan ' s Gift Shop, decorated by the Seniors, won first prize. The theme: " Clean Sweep to Victory. " Conference Champions BOTTOM ROW: Coach J. Lowe, K. Naragon, S. Mlekodaj, G. Ross, M. Summerfield, J. Hurt, D. Holmes, P. Szucs, A. Mroczkiewicz, A. Clark, H. Palmer, C. Johnson, Ass ' t coach, and D. Cserep, Ass ' t Coach. MIDDLE ROW: M. Newcomer, S. Eberly, K. Hostetler, B. Summerfield, F. Ginzer, K. Arnsbarger, W. Peterson, M. Shu- pert, K. Ross, B. Albert, D.Borton,R. Stout, and M. Clark. TOP ROW: L Setnor, mgr., D. Liggett, mgr., P. Moon, mgr., J. Fisher, C. Smith, T. Baughman, C. Houser, G. Cohee, E. Toth, D. Eberly, B. Franklin, B. Doering, mgr., J. Plunkett, mgr., and D. Clark, mgr. STATISTICS N.L. 40 Walkerton N.L. 33 Jimtown 6 N.L. 13 Marian 27 N.L. 26 New Carlisle 14 N.L. 34 Knox 13 N.L. 20 Jackson N.L. 30 North Judson 6 N.L. 20 Rolling Prairie N.L. 27 LaSalle 20 N.L. 26 LaVille Cheerleaders for the varsity foot- ball games are: Carol Howell, Linda Davis, Lisa Crowder, Merita Bergland, and Pat Snyder. 73 A tough defensive Shamrock line holds North Judson for a 30-6 win. Gail Ross runs around right end with blocking from J. Hurt and M. Summerfield. Judson ' s Dolezal is slammed for a two yard loss by B. Summerfield and S. Eberly. Co-Captains, Doug Holmes and Jim Hurt talk with Coach Lowe during the half of the LaVille game. Below: Last minute strategy is discussed before the entire squad as preparations for the second half be- gin. Backed by a strong defensive line, Kent Naragon boots the extra point. Wes Peterson Albert Clark Steve Eberly Harold Palmer Doug Holmes Kent Arnsbarger Steve Melkodaj Kevin Hostetler Bruce Summerfield Mike Summerfield Mike Newcomer Gail Ross Albert Mrocykiewicz Jim Hurt Paul Szucs Mike Clark Kent Naragon Kenny Ross Supporting the Freshman football squad were Top: Janet Clingenpeel and Jackie Norris and Bottom: Cheryl Huff and Penny Alward. V Freshman football squad Top: R. Holderread, G. Cohee, C. Houser, T. Baughman, G. Kaser, Mr. Crserep. MIDDLE: R. Alberts, D. Eberly, E. Toch, D. Houser, J. Zook. Bottom: B. Futa, J. Ivankovig, B. Franklin, G. Smith, J. Snyder, D. Gensinger. Cross Country Conference Champions The team won a trophy in both the New Carlisle. Invitational and the Northern State Conference. BOTTOM ROW: J. Ginzer, N Baughman, H. Ort, K. Shuppert, A. Wenger. TOP ROW: Mr. Johnston, Coach, J. Desits, J. Fraser, B. Lappin. SEASON RECORD 10--1 liberty 16 LaVille 45 liberty 17 Wakarusa 42 liberty 24 Jimtown 31 Liberty 20 Oregon- Davis 35 Liberty 20 New Carlisle Penn 37 31 Liberty 20 Marion 35 Liberty 19 John Glenn 40 liberty 31 Riley 25 Liberty 23 Clay 34 Liberty 19 Washington 36 Liberty 18 N. Judson 37 New Carlisle Inv. - -1st (11 teams) Goshen Inv. --2nd ■ (12 teams) No. State Conf.-- N. L. 28 Jimtown 52 New Carlisle 64 Glenn 75 LaViUe 108 S.B.C.S.C- -4th (6 teams) Sectional-- 7th (20 teams) Hal Ort and Neil Baughman led the Cross Country team to a 10-1 record. NftlMi . f £Mi -d r iB iP if 111 [ :-j z II }■ i 4 fc H t Xl i WRESTLING TEAM. KNEELING: B. Hunter, D. Aldrich, B. Lappin, and K. Ross. 2nd ROW: Mr. Cserep, coach, K. Sprunger, T. McCormick, B. Hughes, D. Borton, and manager, G. Hahn. 3rd ROW: Manager, D. Clark, M. Newcomer, R. Wille, A. Clark, and T. Baughman. Ralph Wille, Conference Champion Mike New- comer, Conference Champion Albert Clark, and Captain Kenny Ross were four valuable men this season. Ralph Wille uses a pinning combination half-nelson, scissors hold on Albert Clark. Varsity Basketball VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM. Jim Fraser, Chris Anderson, Neal Baughman, Jim Desits, Joe Ginzer, Bruce Summerfield, Hal Ort, La Mar Wesolek, Steve Mlekodaj, Kerry Kane. WE THEY 58 Marian 47 64 Knox 51 85 LaCrosse 63 49 Plymouth 61 49 Oregon Davis 36 87 Rolling Prairie 55 70 Clay 72 79 Westville 61 62 Mentone 63 77 Jimtown 56 60 Argos 55 56 John Glenn BI- COUNTY 49 59 Argos 52 73 New Carlisle 62 59 Bremen 65(F) 55 Wakarusa 57 77 New Carlisle 64 78 Mid die bury 65 77 Jackson 66 71 LaVille 73 87 South Central SECTIONAL 73 53 Jackson 36 58 Triton 59 Season Record 16-7 Jim Snyder, Bruce Doering, Jim Plunkett, and Pat Moon, basketball man- agers, worked hard behind the scenes to help make our basketball season successful. Good coaching is vital to a win- ning season. Mr. Gowin has de- voted many hours to improving offensive and defensive techniques to promote a more balanced team. Chris Anderson makes two with plenty of rebound support. Linda Davis, Capt. Merita Bergland Varsity cheerleaders, Linda Davis, Carol Howell, Pat Snyder, Merita Bergland, and Lisa Crowder, have shown much enthusiasm during the past year. They encouraged school spirit and helped cheer the team to victory. Carol Howell ■H H ■HBRHR » ' ?£ ' " .[-—■ -.. ' -.-:. ' " " ' - — ' — Tv Wrjf W Mg, ■ 1 «■ V J r Neil Baughman--Forward F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 25-69 20-31 67 70 Jim Fraser--Forward F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 93-222 40-58 174 228 Lamar Wesolek--Guard F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 111-332 48-74 99 270 Hal Ort- -Guard F.G. F.T. REB. T.P 6-19 1-6 5 13 Steve Mlekodaj- -Forward F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 66-158 60-79 175 192 Joe Ginzer-- Guard F.G. F.T. REB. T.P 123-267 71-105 33 317 Jim Desits- -Forward F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 5-18 0-4 19 10 Chris Anderson- -Guard F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 54-136 58-76 110 166 Kerry Kane --Center F.G. F.T. REB. T.P. 91-203 61-103 244 243 B-Team Basketball Team. FIRST ROW: R. Young, J. Rosenbaum, K. Arnsbarger, K. Hostetler, F. Ginzer. SECOND ROW: P. Moon, D. Anderson, M. Shuppert, J. Fisher, Coach Jack Lowe. The B-Team Cheerleaders have contributed to school spirit and have also represented their student body and team in our school tradition. Cheerleaders were J. Norris, J. Clingenpeel, P. Alward, and C. Huff, captain. Track WE THEY 51 New Carlisle 67 83 Oregon-Davis 35 55 New Carlisle 63 63 Wakarusa 55 70 LaVille 48 40 Jackson 76 90 Glenn 28 37 LaSalle 81 32 1 2 Clay 76 1 2 Marion 30 52 Jimtown 66 The track team ended the season with a 4-6 record, the result of stiffer competition than in past years. Neil Baugh- man set new records both in the 440 and the 880. Wille, Young, Desits, and Eberly set a new record in the 880 relay. Ort, Peterson, Fisher, and Baughman broke the mile relay record. The team finished second inthe Conference and played a major part in winning the All Sports Trophy. Spring Baseball Eyes steady- -nerves ready; here comes the pitch. BATTING Jim Fraser .500 Gail Ross .358 Chris Anderson .348 Kerr Kane .308 PITCHING Joe Fisher 1967 Season Record (5-3) N.L. OPP 13 LaLumiere 5 5 LaVille 1 1 5 Ore. -Davis 6 6 N. Carisle 10 5 John Glenn 3 2 Jimtown 1 10 LaLumiere 4 19 LaVille 2 The dugout has the choice seats fo viewing Athletic Awards The All Sports Trophy is the most coveted Conference award. Because we were first in football, second in basketball, first in cross country, second in track, and tied for second in baseball, we were the first school to receive this award. Individual, as well as team effort, made this possible. The All Sports Trophy Jim Fraser shows future athletes the awards earned by skill and determination. Hal presents the New Carlisle Invitational Trophy to Mr. Davis as Coach Johnston watches. Neil Baughman- -Athlete of the Year Jim Fraser--Sportsmanship Mental Att. Award Day Dave Kryzewski receives the Star Chap- ter Farmer award. Scholarship winners. Judy Halt receives a scholar- ship to the University of Michigan. Citizenship winners. Jr.-Sr. Prom 1966 prom king and queen, Jody Koselak and Mary Miko. Marilyn Peterson and Neil Baughman reigned over the 1967 prom. Long formals, tuxedos, upswept hair, and crowns symbolize proms, major events of each school year. The 1966 and 1967 proms were both successful. Katsue Hori and date Carl Herbster. Graduation " What we are to be, we are becoming " --the motto of the class of 1967. Lav- ender and white carnations set the stage as that class participated in its last official activity—graduation. Rev. Phillip Philbrook of Fort Wayne deliv- ered a message of challenge and en- couragement. 93 JACKIE ' S CHALK CUE Phone 656-8949 North Liberty, Indiana NORTH LIBERTY FEED GRAIN INC. North Liberty, Indiana Compliments of the Knechts NORTH LIBERTY ELEVATOR North Liberty, Indiana " A Good Place To Sell Grain " HAROLD GENE STANDARD SERVICE Phone 656-8945 300 North Main North Liberty, Indiana Harold Gene COMMUNITY IGA MARKET North Liberty . ■ - : ' Best Wishes to the 1967 Graduates ' North Liberty, Indiana FARMERS STATE BANK LaPaz, Indiana Member of F.D.I.C. Affiliated with the State Exchange Bank Culver and Argos, Indiana STONER ' S RESTAURANT a V 7 Compliments to the Class of 1967 60958 South Michigan 84 LUMBER COMPANY 34 --Your Number for Lumber " U.S. 31 Lakeville, Indiana Phone 649-3148 Mon--Fri 8 to 9, Sat 8 to 5 JACOB DRUGS Walkerton, Indiana SHAMROCK INN Good Food Always Dancing Friday and Saturday Nights, Best Music in Michiana Frank and Josephine Marek North Liberty, Indiana WILCOX SUPERMARKET Tender -Treat Meats and Name Brand Foods ' Where Good Meals Begin ' Hours: 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. Daily Except Sundays Compliments of LONZO OIL COMPANY Petroleum Products Phone 656-8121 YODER ' S GARAGE FARM SERVICE 23626 Liberty Hwy. South Bend, Indiana Phone 289-2171 £ tt -_ _ Member of F.D.I. C. COMMUNITY STATE BANK North Liberty, Indiana Compliments of JOHN J. BYLER, M.D. TROBAUGH AUTO PARTS North Liberty, Indiana 656-8126 Compliments of TWIN CITY PETROLEUM Your Citgo Distributor Lakeville, Indiana For Best Results Use Moorman ' s Feed Phone 289-7685 JOHN CROY Compliments of J. E. WALZ, INC. South Bend, Indiana Furniture and Appliances " Waltz into Walz " for Bargains GILBERTS The Place To Go for the Names You Know! " For Good Health Eat Apples " BOB ' S RECORD SHOP EBERLY FRUIT FARM R.R. 1 North Liberty, Indiana Hi-Fi Stereo Players Sacred, Popular, and Classical Albums Musical Instruments --Accessories North Liberty, Indiana CLYDE ' S STEERING SERVICE North Liberty, Indiana Flowers for All Occasions Proms, Birthdays, Weddings Florist ' s Telegraph Delivery WHITMER ' S GREENHOUSE North Liberty MANUFACTURING COMPANY North Liberty, Indiana Phone 656-8511 Septic Tanks --Dry Wells --Silos P D Silo Unloaders Bunk Augers Compliments of DeLANGHE AND ROUSH " 66 " SERVICE North Liberty, Indiana Phone 656-8231 If No Answer, Call: 656-8320 JUDY ' S BEAUTY SALON BERT ' S JEWELRY STORE 207 W. Center, North Liberty " Professional Care Is Watch Repairing Best for Your Hair " Hairsty ling- -Cutting- - Diamonds - -Watches - -Jewelry Permanent Waving Bert Brodzinski- -Owner Hours: 8-5 Mon--Sat Thurs 8-8 Phone 656-4491 North Liberty, Indiana Compliments of 5C5) FRANK ' S D-X SERVICE DUDECK ' S iV- LjJ Y £v r %w %Kr Tires SKI COUNTRY f Tune Ups . Is Brakes Bear . Wheel Alignment RESTAURANT Phone 656-8949 North Liberty, Indiana BURTON L. FURST, D.D.S. Oliver Implements Gehi Equipment Bolens Colt--GE Motorola Hardware 409 Roosevelt Road CENTRAL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Walkerton, Indiana Lakeville, Indiana Steve Sabo Lloyd Beatty Phone 586-3242 Lakeville 649-3135 So. Bend 288-8766 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 Q Compliments of i UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY TED ' S BARBER SHOP North Liberty, Indiana MODERN ELECTRIC RCA . Hi • . 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