Northfield High School - Shield Yearbook (Wabash, IN)
- Class of 1963
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ithSf l ' ll!l ' !lMT„r ' iS ' -IC LIBRARY " " 3 1833 03079 0320 Gc 977.202 l-Jlln 1963 Shi el d (Wabash, Ind. ) Shield K ' ' HIELD NoFtlifieM Jnligli Sclkool Walbasll, Imcliattia LINDA LEONHARDT Editor ROSEMARY GIBSON Assistant Editor NATHAN BAKER Advisor .jJeaication J • ••V n 1 I J L J • • • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦I .J .J !♦ The world of tomorrow depends upon the youth of today, and the youth of today must have the proper education to make that world a richer, safer, and happier place in which to live. For this reason we would like to dedicate the 1962-1963 yearbook of Northfield High School to the future of the school and to each student who attends classes here. V SUPERINTENDENT Mr. Ira L. Huntington Jyietropolitaii PRESENT AAEMBERS Mr. Charles Tiede— Attorney for the Board, Mr. Herman Whitsel, Mr. Robert Clark, Mr. Elbert Carr, Mr. John Chamberlain, and Mr. Earl Dyson. PAST MEMBERS Mr. Glenn Cox, l hr. Gilbert Talmage, Mr. Johnathan Faust, Mr. Fred Petty, Mr. Lyman Gottschalk, and Mr. Earl Kern. Admniinis trail ion SECRETARY Mrs. Shirley Atkinson BUILDING AND GROUNDS SUPERINTENDENT Mr. C. O. Duker BOOKKEEPER Mrs. Helen Graham p Fiiacipa We have rapidly approached the final days of our first year at Northfield. Many important " firsts " have occurred during this time— the first day of school, the first football game, the Christmas dance, dedication of our school, the first Northfield Junior-Senior Prom, and most recently, the first Northfield High School Commencement. Our school has been established as a consolidated unit to provide improved and varied facilities for both the youth and adults of the community. We believe that the patrons of Northfield know that education is a primary part of a great nation ' s foundation; to build that foundation, it is necessary that young people acquire certain fundamental skills, habits, and attitudes. Only in this way can they become responsible members of their communities and of their country. I have been privileged to serve as principal of Northfield this year. This has given me a greater perspective of education— its changes and its continuing challenges. To the Class of 1963, and to the future classes of Northfield, may your successes be rewarding. May you also remember this- " There is a destiny that makes us brothers; None goes his way alone: All that we send into the lives of others Comes back into our own. " Edwin Markham iz£.o€d Vice=P Fimcipa 1 I feel that this first year at North- field has been one that will long be remennbered by many. Where else but in a country and community like ours could the remarkable achievement of con- solidating four areas into one be accom- plished with so little turmoil and strife. We have a lot to be grateful for in this our fine new building and the educational opportunities presented here. I know that as your guidance director many things did not get accomplished that were hoped for, but ground work has been laid for the future that will offer to each and every student the type of service he needs and wants. It has indeed been a pleasure to be associated with so many fine students and faculty as has been my privilege dur- ing this school year. The first year of Northfield athletics has been a complete success. The student body, the faculty, and the parents as well as other patrons have made this so. In the future when we look back on 1962- 63 we will have great recollections of our first athletic teams. Progress, however, will be our pass- word. We look forward to our new foot- ball field, baseball diamond, a complete physical education field. We look forward to adding wrestling, tennis, and gymnas- tics to our programs. Greatness will be achieved by a deter- mined group; the Norsemen have proven this year to want to be this type of group. Good luck to the class of 1963, our first alumni. Never give up the classes to follow. C£ , ■. - F acTLilty Otto Bechtold Virginia Bozarth Harold Christie Duard Conra Floy Antrim Linda Gill ison fl % JIjI Jane Cooper Leah Dale Mildred Deck Galen Eiler Nathan Baker 0r I jHH|| || L| Velma Hamilton Elaine Huntington Ann Jinks Orville Kern Florence Petty iiiji Esther Peck ikMih imMtm Larry Ray Thomas Reahard oSf ' k S ' Richard Rondeau Jerry Shaw r ortiiliei d dkJ Harry Soward Peter Strodel i4 Ross Trump Jack Weekly V aietcFia Mrs. Keffaber, Mrs. Hall Head cook— Mrs. McLaughlin Mrs. Hedrick, Mrs. Wilson O CM n o o CO o CO CO 00 CO 10 V ooJki ♦A z r - ' ir r rv! ' -- w. Mrs. Long, Mrs. Mattern Ed Hunt, Lee Miller Bob Cole, Wilmer Hantelman v mstocl lans Oiiice AdimiiiistFatioiri 12 HEALTH NURSE Mrs. Betty Wilcox c oiiniiineiiceimeii i (3 SENIOR MOTTO Yom ISlever Fail Until Yon Fail to I ry SENIOR FLOWER V li ry sa n tlie unu m SENIOR COLORS Blue amJ ¥ liite 14 6rc Jha- cJcniat iZloAA ' Jiuydhuald JVuylv c)cnooi announces itty JLinciaen nund iad arui Midiu-Wiaa at cioM ' o ' ctocK- JDaccaiaiuireate P rogram MAY 26, 1963 2:30 P.M. Organ Prelude ._- Elaine Huntington Processional Invocation " Sing the Mighty Power Rev. Emmett n) __ _High Sch Anderson ool Chorus of God " (Schol Scriptures Rev. Herh )ert Gilmer Cartwriaht Sermon " Weighed In The Balance " _. . Dr. George Wabash Christian Church " Salutation to the Dawn ' (Mueller) High Sch oo Chorus Benediction Rev. Anderson Recessional 16 v ommeinceimeiiit JPrograam MAY 27, 1963 8:00 P.M. The Little Rhapsody in Blue _. George Gershwin Clair De Lune Claude Debussy Bolero for Band Glenn Osser Prelude by High School Band Fanfare and Processional arr. by James Ploghar High School Band Invocation Rev. Howard Welling nfroducf on of Speaker Mr. Wilbur Dawes Address " Education— For What? " Dr. Joseph Wagner Vice-Pres. Ball State Teachers College Presentation of the Class of 1963 Mr. Dawes Acceptance of Class Mr. Elbert Carr Pres. School Board Presentation of Diplomas Mr. Carr Mr. Ira Huntington, Supt. Mr. Dawes Songs of the Islands (Farewell to thee) (John Morrissey) High School Band Benediction Rev. Homer Studebaker ' Recessional Arr. James Ploghar High School Band enioF TERRY BAKER JENS OWE BALLSCHMIDT ROSEMARY RAYSIDE Student Counci 19 DONALD BENNETT 20 JOHN CHAMNESS SUE FINNEGAN MARGARET FREEMAN DANIEL FRIEDEN ROGER GRANDSTAFF SHARON GILMER 22 SHARON HAWKINS DIANA HOOVER SANDRA KENDALL JOSEPH KROM 23 RUTH ANN LANDRUAA CAROL LAUER 1 LINDA LEONHARDT JUDY LEWIS CHARLES MILLS EVELYN AAONCE 24 WILLIAM OPPY TERRY ROGERS VICKI ROTH 25 VIRGIL SCHULTZ 26 LANNY TERRELL Randall Beeks Patsy Bever Gary Biehl kM John Timothy Burcroff President Ralph Bean Vice-President Kathleen Keffaber Secretary Gail Cordes Treasurer Karen Custer J ' Mike Burris Bill Bussard nmoF Leo Case Judy Chapman 28 Louise Closser Robert Copeland Dian Corwin Dtiicleiiit C ouiaicil Steve Dale Gary Cleaveland Edward Heckman Becky Monroe Carolee Miller i oat l JkecJk CI ass Pam Hippensteel Kathy Hedrick Shirley Gustin Karen Friermood Keith Jeff Fahrnow James Fergueson Marjorie Ferrier Stephen Ford 29 Mary Lawson Tom Elaine Hoover Barbara Jackson Bob Jones Margaret Keith David Kellam Mike Kern fAax Laudeman Jerry Kessler Kisner Susan Lefforge Leonard Lev is Judy Tucker Tom Klare Sharon Lewis Bill Lynn Peggy Lane Ruth Mann Dianna Tyner Norman McKinley Susie Minnear Phyllis Miller Connie Mattern 30 Alice Wray Sfeve Winterrowd Becky Schnepp Janet Shear Cynthia Schuler Judy Smith Merle Smith Mary Tracy Karen Waymire Mike Wilcox •.. -V; ; , ' .: Bob Proctor Ronnie Monce Barabara Miller John Odum Ardeena Olson Janis Parrett Paulette Rodocker Dianna Plough Sharon Roser Carl Ross Jerry Radabaugh Rosemary Saulman Clyde Rife 31 Jim Paula Alexander Bowman David Baker Judy Baker Diane Beeks President Vice-President Secretary Kathy Phllis Branham Mike McLaughlin Fred Wright Tom Bumgardner Mike Byers Party John Brown Jay Burcroff opiiomoFe Larry Case 1 - ,|( Jim Clark Dianne Coburn Dave Cooper 32 iM: Terry Copeland Sharon Cripe Jim Davids Carol DeArmond Rosemary Dersherr Linda Draper Clifton Cordes Cheri Wilson Jim Gilmer Cynthia Eads Danny Eller ' -«, CI CI ass .lings Rolland Fearnow David Finnegan Kathy Friedersdorf Dianne Gaff Priscella Gatchel Jerry Gilbert Eddie Graham Jessie Gressley 33 Sally Scott Larry Sheetz Janet Skaggs Ginger Snapp Ann Smith Don Sparling David Story Barbara Stouffer Leon Stout Erick Stowe Christina Street Virginia Strong Paul Stuckey Mike Swango Sharon Sweares Diane Tarter Patsy Terrell Carolyn Thompson Gene Tomlinson Danny Tucker James Tucker % r " l Cathy Wolf Mary Ellen Wysong Jim Yates Patricia Yocum Nancy Young 35 iifeM!ir B Archie Alger Carolyn Awker ' .m m Sharolyn Awker Ronnie Bakehorn Jody Baker AAike Baker Nancy Baker James Baldwin W- ' iH n H Bonita Bever Joan Blevins Kathy Miller Secrefary Northfield Sextet F FesJri imain Jim Corr. Horace Cripe Vicki Driscoll Ken Dyson Patricia Eckerle d. Rustee Graft Cheryl Groendyke Robert Haecker Carolyn Hall Dennis Hall Helen Harrell Linda Hunt Randal Jeffrey Marsha Justus Kristine Keffaber 37 PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Tim Kreider Don King Jeri King Judy Kirby Sharon Kirk Jane Krom Elaine Lauer Susan Lauer Maribess Lefforge Larry Lester Barbara Lewis Peggy Lewis Linda Long Dennis Manning Steve Kellam Marjorie Maurer Ronnie McColley Marsha McDonald Jane McKinley Ray Meyer Stephen Meyer Carl Miller Sharon Mills Patricia Oppy Rita Pankop Marlin Pattee Carol Peat Lyie Porter James Pratt Steven Pressler Margie Radabaugh Michael Rantz Richard Renz Diane Rodocker Margaret Rosenbain Larry Roser Paul Roth Linda Schaffer Lana Schrader Ann Schultz Barbara Scott Sterling Scott Duane Siders Martin Smalley Carol Smith David Smith Richard Steele Steve Steele Brenda Stewart John Svi ango Dick Swope James league Larry Thrush Mary Thrush Jane Townsend Cynthia Unger Patricia Vigar Margaret Walker Dennis Wall Lois Weaver Jerry West Mildred Wilcox Joe Willcox Marshal Wilson David Wright Joan Yentes r a Ken Ahlfeld Thomas Bain Don Baker Charles Ballard Jennifer Barker Becky Behney James Bennett Beth Bever Herbetta Bowman Janet Bowman Joyce Bowman Eugene Branham John Bredvick Susie Brewer Marilyn Brown James Stowe Dana Carpenter Dennis Case Linda Clark William Bean Neil Cllne Vice-President Niles Cllne John Closser Mike Cooper Bonita Cox Karen Cunningham Kenneth Dale Linda Dale Tom Dale Linda Davidson Gary Dawson • Richard Day Larry Dixon Bobby DuBois Dianne Dunphy Ruth Ann Dyson Rebecca Eiler Anita Elward Dennis Eller Marilyn Faust Jay Fearnow Margaret Fearnow 1 t 40 Alan Fishback Jon Fisher Greg Fleck Roger Flitcraff Bradly Flohr Sandra Forbes Rita Francis Carol Friermood Barbara Gaff Bobby Gatchel Shirley Gilbert Barbara Gorsuch Karen Hanes Trudy Hamilton Sue Hartong Gary Haupert Roger Haupert Ted Heckman William Hiner Sally Hipskind Richard Hoover " 0 " ; S S £, M T v " ' L% Q. A f5. ' ' ■ X r Larry Howard J. P. Howell • Karen Huffman James Keefer Jean Keffaber Robert Kendall Jane Kisner John Krom Gary Kusiak John Lawson Steven Leach Kathy Leisure Susan McVicker Bob Meek Bryan AAendenhal Joyce Lauer Linda Meyer Roger Meyer Stanley Meyer John Lynn Carl Milam Secretary Phil Miller Robert Miller Robert Monroe Daniel Odum Ruth Ogan Jerry Pemelman Richard Panning Becky Pobst Cathy Poole Peggy Pretorius Suzanne Proctor Carol Radabaugh Steven Rantz Rita Rehak Peggy Schlemmer Marjory Scholes Kenneth Sellers Steven Simpson Terry Sloan Richard Sloniker Candace Snapp David Sparling David Stephenson Cheryl Stewart Daniel Stout John Swan Barbara Swope Brenda league Ceciie Thompson Terry Tomlinson R uth Treska Debby Tucker Oran Tucker Rebecca Walker Melinda Weitzel Jennifer Willcox Jim Willcox Rebecca Wilson Cecil Winstead Elizabeth Wolf Linda Wysong Allen Young 41 Judith Justus Tommy Keith Sadie Lewis Steven Lewis John Martin Alan Mattern Dennis McKillip Kim Custer Judy Meyer Merle Meyers Keith Graham Linda Murphy Reporter Linda Murray Richard Monce Kathleen Nees Billy Gates Harold Overholser John Park Dale Pickens Pamela Pratt Mike Pretorius Tommy Rice Philip Rogers Melanie Rose Connie Roth Bertina Rush David Schenkel Michael Scholes Deborah Schultz Christine Sellars Cynthia Shaffer Cheryl Siferd Larry Slater Barbara Smith James Smith Ronald Smith Danny Stanton Larry Steele Caroline Stout David Summers Brenda Tackett Donna Tarter Linda Teague Rc yce Thrush Carl Tucker Cindy Urschel Phyllis Walker Richard White Douglas Wilcox Philip Wilcox Robert Working Charles Wray 42 Douglas Ahlfeld Anita Baker Hebert Baker Jeffrey Baker Paul Baker Rosemary Baker Kraig Barker Michael Yates Kathy Barton Sharon Schnepp Mary Bechdol Patricia Grogg - L d u iL y President Vice-President Secretary " . „L„..iir Dean Beeks Debbie Bever Sherri Bidwell Cheryl Biehl Wanda Branham Thomas Brewer Jack Burnsworth Pamela Clark Michael Clarkson Beverly Cleveland Samuel Coldren Linda Cole Wilma Combs Linda Cooley Ben Corn Randy Corn Jane Cripe Charles Davidson Thomas DeArmond Roddy Dias Ellen Draper Deanne Dyson John Fearnow Linda Felabom Michael Ferguson Tom Finnegan Dennis Flack Patty Fleck Becky Grossman Billy Gustin Toni Hamilton Bob Harrell Melvin Harrell Jeffrey Hay Susan Heffelfinger Sandra Horner DuWayne Horstman Kim Huffman James Huges Carolyn Janevi ' ay 43 JNationai Jnionor Oocaetv f - ' , " f n m II 1 1 i fcd I ! 1 iiiniiiiitiiii i ! I I I I I 1 I I i I I 1 . n iiiiiiiii iiiiiiiih! U ii i I I n i I FRONT ROW: (left to right) Sharon Gilmer, Becky Monroe, Carolee Miller, Susan Lefforge, Marjorie Ferrier, Becky West, Becky Speelman, Diana Hoover, Nan DIuzak, Jane Christman, and Cozy Baker. BACK ROW: (left to right) Merle Smith, Ed Heckman, Dave Kellam, Ralph Bean, Steve Wolf, Leon Kirk, Todd Eads, and Donald Baker. According to the recommendations of the National Association of National Honor Societies we are allowed fifteen per cent of the senior class and ten per cent of the junior class as members of the Northfield Chapter. A student must have at least a B average during his high school years on his semester averages. He must be above average in addition to Scholarship, in Character, Service, and Leadership. The faculty may vote on any of the students who are eligible scholastically and from this first vote a faculty committee consisting of the principal. National Honor Society sponsor, and at least four others make the final selection as to who will become members. At any time during his junior or senior year a student drops below the B average or is involved in serious discipline problems he will be dropped from the Society. This will be determined from his semester averages and from the faculty committee. 44 ' ciemce amcll Matk CUl ROW 1: M. Smith, L. Eckerley, M. Ferrier, P. Hippensteel, A. Alger. ROW 2: Mr. Bechtold, Mr. Eiler, E. Custer, P. Sandberg, J. Cook, J. Parrett, S. Lewis, A. Shultz, Mr. Reahard. ROW 3: Mr. Kern, L Porter, R. Jeffrey, D. Wright, K. Keffaber, R. Dershem, D. Tater, D. Horstman, B. Monroe, Mr. Penrod. ROW 4: M. Byers, J. Krom, D. Carpenter, R. Frank, L. Lester, G. Gordan, M. Baker, R. Monce, R. Bean, M. Laudaman, M. Willcox. ROW 5: D. Kellam, M. Givler, J. Hudson, T. Eads, P. Wright, L. Terrall, D. Baker, J. Miller, R. Grandstaff, S. Ford. Jciemce Fair 45 tnKoleiiit 46 JL atiiri V IiulI]) 47 Left to Right: Mr. Dawes, Principal; Mr. Huntington, Superintendent of Schools; Mr. Monroe; Mr. Wilson, Superintendent of Public Education; Mr. Thompson, Architect; Mr. Esch, President of Indiana Central. Board members, Mr. Carr, Mr. Tiede, Board Attorney; Mr. Whitsel, Mr. Dyson, Mr. Chamberlin, and Mr. Clark. .Nortiilieicl iieclicati on 48 The National Exchange Club of Wabash presented the Freedom Shrine to Mr. Dawes on behalf of Northfield High. The keys of the school are presented by Mr. Thompson to the Metropolitan Board Members. Norfhfield was honored with the visit of Represen- tative Roush. He spoke to the student body on " The Life of a Congressman. " Aftervi ards he pre- sented a flag to the school. This flag flew over the Capitol in Washington, D. C. Joe Hudson, President of the Student Council, received the flag for the school. Flag JPreseintatioins • f " Wabash Post of the V.F.W. presented a flag to the school. 49 FS Dear Friends: This is your foreign friend of 1963, taking this oppor- tunity to thank you, each and everyone, for your kind and generous hospitality, but most of all for your friend- ship in my year at Northfield. Although I can thank you in words, I can never really thank you for all the wonder- ful experiences I enjoyed. When you read this, I will probably be back home on my ' Island of Sunshine, ' never more to freeze in below zero winters! But I will always have with me the memory of a wonderful year in Indiana, and particularly at North- field. However, 1 hope I won ' t always have with me the twenty pounds I gained during the year! (Thanks to good American cooking). I want to say " thank you " to the teachers for being so friendly and understanding, and most of all for putting up with me this long. Good luck and happiness to all of you. Your friend, Rosemary Rayside Harbor View St. George Barbados, West Indies 50 A P age o IT oinnoFFo w 4xy llluminda de la Cruz Pabalan from the Philippine Islands will be the American Field Service exchange stu- dent at Northfield 1963-1964. She will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and family. Luming, as she is known, is interested in taking English, dramatics and public speaking. She enjoys cooking, sew- ing, acting, and sports. Her athletic interests are bad- minton and volleyball. Basketball and baseball are her favorite sports. Barbara Miller has been chosen to go abroad on the American Field Service Program this sum- mer. Barbara is to stay with Mr. and Mrs. Maris Bianchi in Sao Paulo Province in Brazil. She is to be with a Brazilian family where only her two Brazilian sisters speak English. Mr. Bianchi is a farmer. STUDENT BODY PRESlDENT- ' 64 EDITOR OF ANNUAL- ' 64 ASSISTANT EDITOR OF ANNUAL- ' 64 Gary Cleveland Karen Friermood Janet Skaggs OJriFistinnias 10 ance 1 Deann ' uir V andK! Freshman: Kathy Miller Sophomore: Cindy Eads Junior: Judy Smith Sen or: Deann Meyer 52 to Jr airicJk amce m 53 MIIIMIII INI lllll i 1 I 1 1 1 I i i 1 1 i f I i ll[|| iimniii g 1 1 f I I i I I i I I NortUieU Mr. Haunce is showing the cast how to put on the make-up. 54 " A Man Called Peter " was presented by the Juniors and Seniors. The story was composed of the life of a minister, who was eventually nominated Chaplain of the United States Senate. The cast did a marvelous job and should be congratulated. t. eaicer CAST Catherine Marshall Kathleen Keffaber Paula Marshall Judy Chapman Susan Grant Judy Smith Marian Grant Susan Lefforge Steven Grant Roger Granstaff Senator Polk Paul Wright Judith Bickle Barbara Jackson Jesse Bickle Sharon Lewis Allen Max Laudeman Joe Keating Leon Kirk George Bill Lynn Barbara Logan Becky Monroe Nancy Everett Susie Minnear Hulda Rosemary Rayside Director: Mr. Haunce n . 55 M arcJiiiiri FIRST ROW: Mr. Trump, director; Mildred Wilcox, Phyllis Miller, Keith Dawson, Marjorie Ferrier, Gail Cordes, Carolee Miller, Marcia Friermood, Sandra Kendall, Margie Radabaugh, Joan Yentes, Janet Shear, Rita Pankop, Judy Wilcox, Pamela Hippensteel, Cher! Wilson, Cheryl Urschel. SECOND ROW: Max Laudeman, Lee Myers, Larry Thrush, David Wright, John Odum, Danny Frieden, Edward Heckman, Patricia Yocurri Rustee Graft, Judy Kirby, Karen Friermood, Carol DeArmond, Alice Wray, Sally King, Diana Hegel, Nancy Young, Becky Monroe, Judy Smith, Connie Mattern. THIRD ROW: Ralph Frank, Linda Long, Jane McKinley, Steve Kellam, Cynthia e]nLior .wards FIRST ROW: Ruth Landrum; Cozette Schrader; Linda Leonhardt; Margaret Freeman; Sharon Gilmer; Sandra Kendall; Deann Meyer. SECOND ROW: Joe Hudson; Danny Frieden; John Chamness; Mike Givler; Joe Krom. 56 aiKdl Schuler, Ruth Ann Landrum, Barbara Miller, Bob Jones, Kathy Miller, Karen Custer, Kristine Keaffaber, Carol Peat, Vickie Driscoli, Lana Schrader, Joe Krom, Anita Alger, Mary Ann Lawson. FOURTH ROW: Martin Smalley, Dale Carpenter, Dennis Hall, Larry Sheetz, Jim Clark, Susan Lefforge, Mike McLaughlin, Deann Meyer, Sharon Gilmer, Clifton Cordes, Erick Stowe, Marjorie Mauer, Linda Leonhardt, Margaret Walker, Kathleen Keaffaber, Joe Hudson, Rosemary Dushem, Margaret Freeman, Jim Gilmer, John Chamness. ma Iratroiris 57 v onceri This has been a year of many firsts, in the instrumental department. We would like to thank all who have worked hard to make this first year at Northfield one of success. The activities of this year were: 1. Football marching band 2. Played for basketball games 3. Christmas Concert, December 16 4. District and state solo and ensemble contest. 5. February 22, marched in new uniforms. 6. County Music Festival, March 10 7. Thank You Concert, March 21 8. District band contest, March 30, Superior. 9. State band contest, April 6, Superior. 10. Dedication Concert, April 21 1 1 . Commencement Concert, May 27 58 .Damcl OFFICERS President Sharon Gilmer Vice-President Ed Heckman Secretary Judy Smith Treasurer Susan Lefforge 59 MixeJ CI aornis. FIRST ROW: Peggy Lewis, Patricia Yocum, Sharon Mills, Diane Hortzman, Sherry Bowman, Linda Leonhardt, Diane Colburn, Alice Wray, Diane Bever, Gloria England, Susie Minear, Margaret ■ Hapner. SECOND ROW: Sue Finnegan, Cindy Linger, Jane Wilson, Cheryl Groendyke, Elaine Edmond, Mike Byers, Jim Clark, Larry Sheetz, Becky Monroe, Judy Smith, Elaine Lauer, Cozette Schrader. THIRD ROW: Penny Lewis, Susan Cleveland, Joyce French, Margaret Keith, John Brunn, Larry Lester, Clifton Cordes, Jim Gilmer, Ruth Landrum, Cherri Wilson, Sharon Roser. OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Patricia Yocum, Librarian; Joyce French, President; Becky Monroe, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Clifton Cordes, Secretary; Jim Clark, Vice-President. DIRECTOR Mrs. Huntington 60 JramrTiiMar otFainger CAST Obadiah Flummery Clifton Cordes Jean Myers Cheryl Groendyke Clint Mike Byers Mother Flummery Margaret Hapner Tommy Larry Sheetz Sue Linda Leonhardt Mabel Ruth Landrum A boy Jim Clark 6 7 Jim Gilmer and Chorus peretta 61 J TULirilOF Hi tl and ir " % o ,. _ u LL ' _ V _ _ f _j .S U h FIRST ROW: Joyce Bowman, Ruth Dyson, Carol Radabough, Becky Eller, Sandy Forbes, Margaret Fearnow, Susanne Proctor, Sharon Schnepp, Kathy Leisure, Barbara Gorsuch, Sue Hartong, Deanne Dyson, Ellen Draper. SECOND ROW: Linda Dale, Linda Murray, Patty Grogg, Becky Grossman, Judy Meyer, Linda Cole, Karen Cunningham, Sally Hipskind, Becky Wilson, Becky Pobst, Marilyn Faust, Phyllis Walker, Elizabeth Wolf, Jennifer Wilcox, Jane Ann Kisner. THIRD ROW: Ron Smith, Gary Haupert, Tom Dale, Gary Dawson, Dana Carpenter, Jon Fisher, Jim Bennett, Ken Dale, Denny Flack, Brad Flohr, Ken Ahfeld, Robert Monroe. FOURTH ROW: Ricky White, John Fearnow, Doug Ahfeld, Merle Meyers, Alan Mattern, Jim Smith, Larry Slater, John Swan, Jim Hughes, Royce Thrush, Bob Kendall, Roger Haupert, Dick Panning, Steve Leech. ivecoFcl The junior band has completed a very suc- cessful first year at Northfield High School. They have set some rather high standards at which future bands may shoot. The junior band ' s public debut was December 16 at the Christmas Concert. They next perform- ed in a concert held on March 21. On March 30 they participated in State Band Contest at Colum- bia City and received a superior rating. The band rounded out the year on May 16 with a performance before the student body. Mr. Strodel, DIRECTOR 62 Music versus basketball Peter Strodel-DI RECTOR FIRST ROW: Rosemary Dershem, Barbara Miller, Ruth Landrum, Joe Hudson, Margaret Freeman, Becky West. SECOND ROW: John Chamness, Ed Heckman, Pat Yocum, John Odum, Cliffton Cordes, Mike McLaughlin, Sharon Gilmer. THIRD ROW: Anita Alger, Martin Smalley. 63 FIRST ROW: Rick Panning, Bob Copeland, James Ferguson, Steve Denny, Mike Byers, Dennis Manning, Tom Panning, Greg Kusiak, Richard White, Jim Clark. SECOND ROW: Roger Grandstaff, Clyde Rife, Jerry Radabaugh, Jeff Farnow, Steve Wolf, Wayne Panning, Gary Cleve- land, Danny Howell, Doug Ross, Mike Swango. THIRD ROW: George Price, Sports Director; Bill Lynn, Steve Dale, Don Bennett, Tom Kisner, Tom Bumgardner, Bill Bussard, John Oswalt, Carl Rohr, Assistant Coach; Richard Rondeau, Coach. N orsemen Kathy Coach Richard Rondeau Sharon Deann 64 13 Northfield vs. Geneva 6 Northfield vs. Bunker Hill 14 14 Northfield vs. Manchester B-Team 18 16 Northfield vs. North Miami 24 13 Northfield vs. Southwood 6 Norsemen Sweep Aroun(;J End (Geneva) Northfield Tries Off Tackle (Geneva) Norsemen triumph over Southwood .NortJiiielJi ecordl Coach Jerry Shaw " S N November 21 North Miami There 52-67 November 23 South Caston There 54-61 November 24 Manchester There 50-49 November 30 Swayzee There 61-60 December 7 Mentone Here 60-68 December 14 Oak Hill Here 60-68 December 15 Huntington Township There 74-59 December 21 Akron Here 79-59 January 5 Huntington Cathol ic There 72-60 January 11-12 4-Way Tourney (Southwood Manchester, South WhitI and Northfie ey, Id) Mane nester January 18 Whites Here 79-54 January 19 Northv estern H ere 74-52 January 25 Southwood Here 43-44 January 29 Andrews Here 73-53 February 1 Van Buren Here 57-47 February 8 Argos There 60-61 February 9 South Whitley There 36-49 February 15 Bunker Hill Here 66-67 February 22 Culver Military Academy Here 75-72 March 1-2 Sectional Tourney 66 Danny Frieden Fred Weiss CSSHHi V . Clyde Rife Terry Baker Jim Reed T eaim Varsity -?5l S t mi y Steve Denny i¥ ■ i, w r _ jL Wf— ILI H Jerry Radabaugh Jeff Fahrnow 67 .Dooster v ItulI]) Larry Herron Norsemen 68 Deann Myers Jean Christman Jane Christman Kathleen Keffaber 69 66 99 T eamn FIRST ROW: Gene Tomlinson Jim Gilmer Tim Burcroff John Oswalt SECOND ROW: Tom Bumgardner Roy Jackson Carl Rohr, Coach Greg Kusiak Richard White otudeirit iViainagers Jim Clark Mike Givler Jim Yates Terry Knee 70 P resii inneiri FIRST ROW: Steve Meyers, Walter Burns, Ray Meyer, Ken Dyson, Don King. SECOND ROW: Jim Gidley. Mike Baker, Lee Meyers, Jerry West, John Forrester. CL eerJleaders Joanie Yentes, Rustee Graft, Jane Wilson T TS FIRST ROW: Don King, Jim Gilmer, Terry Baker, Virgil Schults. SECOND ROW: Harold Christie; Coach, Joe Krom, Terry Rogers, Randall Beeks Ronnie Hedrick. VvFoss OouiiitFy 1 eamn FIRST ROW: Bob Copeland, Gary Cleveland, Joe Krom, Mike Swango, Don King, Jim Gilmer. SECOND ROW: Larry Case, Tom Panning, Duane Siders, Jay Burcroff, Clifton Cordes, Joe Castro, David Finnegan, Wayne Panning, Clyde Rife, Steve Dale, 72 A FIRST ROW: Mike Givler, Richard Rondeau; Coach, Dick Rantz. SECOND ROW: Bill Lynn, Jim Clark, Larry Sheetz. f , Golf Jerry Radabaugh, Doug Ross, Steve Ford, Jim Gidley, Lee Meyers. THIRD ROW: Mike Baker, Terry Copeland, Tim Burcroff, Roy Jackson, Ken Dyson, Jerry West. 73 Senior cheerleaders received sweaters. 74 .Oamqiaet Sandy and Eddie and the cake made for basketball team and cheerleaders by Mrs. Walters. 75 1 Jke iNorsemitei ,ig «i t N X FIRST ROW: Cheryl Siferd, Bob Werking, Tom Finnegan, John Fearnow, Mike Yates, Doug Willcox, Roddy Dias. SECOND ROW: Dennis AAcKillip, Mike Petorius, Kraig Barker, Denny Flack, Doug Ahlfield, Alan Mattern. ROW THREE: Sharon Schnepp, Larry Stater, Jack Burnsworth, Ben Corn, Phil Rogers, Richard White, Ronnie Smith, Richard Monce, Harold Christie, Coach; Linda Murphy, Absent is Mike Ferguson. Jeveml! FIRST ROW: Tom Dale, Gary Kusiak, J. P. Howell, Ken Dale, Roger Flitcraft. SECOND ROW: Karen Cunningham, Bill Bean, John Closser, Alan Fishback, Gary Haupert, Ricky Sloniker, John Swan, Rita Rehak. THIRD ROW: Susie McVicker, Gary Dawson, John Lynn, Jim Stowe, Allen Young, John Krom, Harold Christie, Coach; Elizabeth Woolf, Absent is Bob Meek, Dana Carpenter. 76 Jim Ferguson, Roger Grandstaff, Rose- mary Gibson, Penny Lewis, Joe Krom, Terry Rogers, Carolee Miller, Karen Allen, Cozette Schrader, Ruth Lan- drum. Reporters. Jke INortJri Ardena Olson, Rosemary Rayside Lettering i ar Mr. Baker Advisor Tom Klare, Bob Jones Production 77 THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS STUDYING VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE 78 IjrreeiiiJn.aiiio initiation 79 p F The Junior-Senior Classes of Northfield High School Present " CARIBBEAN .CRUISE " Northfield Gymnasium Saturday Evening May Eighteenth Nineteen Hundred Sixty-three aiTibbeaiii 80 oinni JUNIOR CLASS FLOWER Carnation MOTTO He who looks ahead, seldom falls behind. 81 ' UoloF W Jkeel of Fask lOIi 1%: 32 e w HOME ECONOMICS ROOM HOME ECONOMICS ROOM V rojntiers AUDITORIUM 85 Judy Smith, Karen Allen, Karen Frlermood, Activities Editors. Vicki Roth and Sharon Hawkins, Typists .Note We, the 1963 Shield Staff, hope that this, our first annual, will be one of your most prized possessions from Northfield High School. We have tried to catch glimpses here and there of the past year, so that in years to come the activities of our 1 963 school year will not dim and will not fade from memory. In the future years, we hope that you will look back and recall the good times we have had this, our first year. We wish to thank those who have helped us in any way to make the Shield a success. A special thanks is given to Mr. Baker, our advisor, for his much needed help. Linda Leonhardt, Editor TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 87 Presentation of flag to Rosemary by Mayor Mitten Mr. Dawes presented Becky the valedictorian award, and Penny the salutatorian award. bo We Close :he t irsi I ear at IN ortjkfieM, 1 Jke JL ast JU c Jkooi Top senior band student Gary ' s speech for student council president
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