Sylvania Northview High School - Wyandotte Yearbook (Sylvania, OH)
- Class of 1967
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Nineteen Hundred Sixty Seven
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School officials design
Mr. Clyde Plant, Sylvania Schools superintendent,
serves as a link between the system and the
, , , community.
Mrs. Maxine Putman, director of curriculum de-
velopment, oversees. improvement of instruction
and teachers' in-service training.
Above, Mr. Richard Fuller, assistant superintend-
ent, and right, Mr. Hugh Straight supervise the
construction and maintenance of all Sylvania
school buildings. Illustrating their work is the
present development of the new Whiteford ele-
the educational perspective. -
The Sylvania Board of Education: Mr. G. E.
Keefer, Superintendent Plant, Mr. Norman Bis-
choff, Mr. Stanley Hesselbart, Mr. Swope, Mr.
Gordon Deye, and Mr. William Crandell.
The school board, composed of competent and ef-
ficient individuals, manages to promote Sylvania's
interests statewide as well as locally. The main
instrument of this promotion is Superintendent
Clyde Plant. As he represents Sylvania at state
and national conventions, his ideas have taken
shape in better school buildings, improved
courses of study, and higher teaching standards.
In addition, Mr. Plant is introducin team teach-
ing into Whiteford elementary sclfool and ex-
perimenting with educational television. Apart
from the board, Mr. Richard Fuller, assistant
superintendent oversees the construction and
maintenance of all Sylvania school buildings.
His other responsibilities include business pro-
cedures, selection of secretarial personnel, and
transportation of students, a problem hoped to
be alleviated by the Fair Bus Bill. In close con-
nection with Mr. Fuller is Mr. Hugh Straight.
He works in direct contact with the problems
of building and ground maintenance. He is also
responsible for the employment of maintenance
people. Mr. Glade Swope handles the treasury,
while Mr. George Erickson is concerned with the
federal funds in the new position of Federal
Coordinator. Completing the group of individuals
working with the board, Mrs. Maxine Putman co-
operates with principals and teacher committees
and heads the teacher recruitment program.
Above center, Mr. George Erickson, federal co-
ordinator, works with Mr. Glade Swope, below,
clerk-treasurer of the school board, in handling
and managing the school's financial affairs.
ffices shape, direct
Mr. Franklin Laman in his thirteenth year as
principal has done a great deal to promote
higher education in Sylvania High School. He
works in conjunction with Mr. Becker each
day in guiding the 1551 students of Sylvania.
Public relations, working with teachers, check-
ing the progress of computerized report cards,
and making sure that the building is properly
maintained are all part of his daily agenda.
Mr. Becker, the assistant principal of SHS, is
a man of diversified duties. In addition to assist-
ing Mr. Laman he writes special excuses, issues
parking permits to students after their cars have
been safety-checked, orders all textbooks, and
schedules all school activities. As disciplinarian,
he commands the respect, if not the complete
affection, of the student body. The three guidance
counselors act in an advisory capacity to help
students plan their academic programs accord-
ing to their individual needs and abilities. Book-
keeping, selling workbooks, and handling pur-
chase orders are some of the extra tasks which are
performed by Sylvania's secretarial staff.
Above, Mr. Thomas Tonneberger, sophomore
adviser, and left, Mr. Elwood Edinger, junior
adviser, administer tests and plan schedules.
Below, Miss Rose Standish, senior adviser, con-
sults her Bles conceming future plans for graduat-
551 individual programs. --'
Above, secretaries Mrs. Anna Flickinger, Miss
Connie Kem, and Mrs. Rita Petersen. Left,
Principal Franklin Laman. Below, Assistant prin-
cipal Roy Becker.
Michael D. Craden Georgia S. Baird Ronald Wallace
Rosalie Carr Bernice Musick Constance M. Suzanne Owen YVilliam Holfinger
Based on the theory that language is the keystone
to understanding, Sylvania's English Depart-
ment is expanding rapidly and adopting new ap-
proaches to teaching. One of these methods, the
American literature lecture-seminar technique,
was made part of the curriculum after a success-
ful trial year. Reading classes stress the culti-
vation of rapid and accurate reading skills, while
English and American literature teachers intro-
duce authors and their works to students. Senior
composition emphasizes the spelling and gram-
mar background needed for good writing techni-
que. A better understandingl of foreign relations
through the study of anot er language is the
goal of the Foreign Language Department which
added a staff member this year, increasing the
flow of ideas and giving greater dimension to
The week before the first contest of the season,
Mr. Bang reflects on the effectiveness of a stu-
in language stud .
Mary Wallace Ned Lattimore Ida Scott
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Q 'ee l"l it X one of his English 10 pupils. Above, Mr. Craden
expounds on the theory of democracy in con-
' S ' r nection with American literature.
George Bang Marjorie Engle Frederick Marlo
The Social Studies Department of Sylvania Hi h
School attempts to inculcate students with the
background necessary to good citizenship. Re-
quired of juniors, American history aids students
in gaining knowledge of the heritage of their
country - its leaders and its culture. Vocational
history uses a practical approach, relating the
concepts of history to everyday life. The senior
has a choice of economics or sociology along with
the required American government. These
courses introduce the fundamentals of politics,
economic systems, and relationships among
Several optional social studies courses are oifered
in addition to those required. The study of world
history develops an awareness of the correlation
of past and future, while world geography in-
forms the student of the geographical conditions
present, both now and in ancient times, which
have affected and continue to affect the history
of nations. Panel discussions, debates, speeches,
special reports, records, and films supplement
lectures in all social studies classes.
The Social Studies Department provides stu-
dents with the opportunity to learn from other
cultures as well as their own, preparing them to
assume their roles as activated citizens of the
L- Social studies
Wayne Mauk Iames A. Virtue
Roy C. Mansfield John Petterson Mary Ann Mueller
Referring to his notes, Mr. Petterson attempts to
convey a point of geography.
Above, Mrs. Richardson checks on a chart on the
social class structure of the Middle Ages. Right,
checkin attendance Mr. Bailey records absen-
tees in Ehis green Ward Class Record Book.
Thad Abell john Bailey Elin Richardson
Labs, lectures define
Mary Gerken Kenneth L. Carr
Robert G. Berning Marilee jones Lewis VVhitman Emmet Sheronick
A basic understanding of the theories behind
discoveries in science and mathematics is offered
by the Science and Math Departments. A
renewed development this year was the Visiting
Scientist Day, November 18, when Professor
Foster from the University of Toledo spoke on
atomic structure and nuclear energy. Science
students further supplemented their specific fields
of study by entering projects in local and state
competitions. With its wide range of subjects, the
Math Department is now working to establish
a third year algebra course enabling students
to fulfill the requirements for those universities
demanding extra algebra credit. Introducing
analytical geometry and calculus, Senior Math
gives college-bound seniors advanced instruction.
Mr. Sheronick and Bruce Bischoff watch the
action of water distillation.
Mntyitman advises I-Queste resident Chuck Zu on the program
for e December meetin '
Ralph Barry Thomas Cillooly James Kopp George Tombaugh lack Wallington
' Randy Dipert looks on as Heather Greenwald
and Mr. Carr check for moisture of the plant soil
in the greenhouse.
The Business Department introduces students to
the mechanics of business and offers them the
opportunity to develop necessary skills. Business
En lish and Math review the fundamentals in
each Held, aiding the student in more effective
communication. Speed, accuracy, and knowl-
edge of typing and shorthand techniques are
obtained in beginning courses, building the
foundation for practical secretarial experience
gained in Office Practice. Those students who
wish to gain retailing experience outside school
join the Distributive Education Program where
they study marketing, leam the principles and
practices of merchandising, and develop good
judgment in business operations.
Cary Pozsik Charles Johnston
Linda Dardenne Wanda Trombly Marlene Romans
Mrs. jones instructs tomorrow's career women
m the Hner workings of IBM.
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Above, Mr. Pozsik schedules the trip to Bowling
Green for DECA students. Right, Using one of
the ten Underwood typewriters in the business
department, Barbara Livingston concentrates on
her typing in class.
Sandra Iones Sharon Gilchrist Theodore L.
Classes, shops begin
Virgil VVhite Berthold Rubner Richard Bettinger james A. Mohn
Russel Ammons james Slagle Richard Guyton Glenn Morgan Peter T. Stamos
Occupational Education is a program created
to correlate work experience with classroom
preparation. Its goal is to eliminate the stum-
blinglblocks that students may encounter on the
job t rough a three-level program. The first level,
set up for sophomores, allows them to participate
in math, science, social studies, and communi-
cations classes as well as working during lunch
hour. Juniors are employed for one half of
each day, attending classes ir1 the remainin
portion. Seniors, at the third level, work fui
days completing their credit hours necessary for
graduation at night school on Tuesdays and
The object of the Industrial Arts Department is
to teach students how to use tools and materials.
One phase of the program relates math to proj-
ects constructed in wood, metal, and plastic,
while in another, students acquire knowledge
about the chemical make-up of the materials
used in their work. Upon completion of the
required projects, students work on those of
their own choice.
This year in the shop and vocational program,
the electronics class dismantled an X-ray machine
donated by a local resident and studied its
construction and function. In machine shop, work
was done for one of Sylvania's junior high schools
in addition to some aircraft machine work. In
auto shop, students were busy with repair work
for their customers. The carpentry department
altered the layout of its shop to utilize most
effectively the available space. It also built the
Santa Claus House at Toledcfs Levis Square.
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well works on his carpentry project.
preparation for trades. --
George Blakeman Hilmar johnson Orrison Wemer
Henry Pucilowski Robert Rower Ross Graves Richard Wright
Working in the auto sho , Mr. johnson points
out the celenoid from the starter to students
Eamest Sobieniak, Dale Turner, Tom McGee,
Mike Ringer, and Stan Weatherbee.
Specialized areas eater
James Zechman Betty Follas Jacqueline Westland
Charles Hickman Herbert Sweebe James McDonald James Clase Helen Papenfus
Providing diversion from required class, certain l
courses fulfill individual needs and interests.
In addition to teaching household skills, the
Home Economics Department examines
problems of child development. This year, stu-
dents of the Art Department tried their hands at
pottery, sculpting, mosaics, graphic art, block
printing, and painting. Students with musical
talents find opportunity for advancement in the
various divisions of the Music Department - a
cappella choir, band, orchestra, and music
theory. Sylvania's choir members gave a demon-
stration of their singing abilities at the state
choir convention and in Findlay on NWOEA
day. The band added that extra touch of spirit
and color during the football season and pro-
vided a cultural element in the community for
the remainder of the academic year. Students
leaning toward athletics can expand their abilities
in the Physical Education Department Where
indoor and outdoor sports including gymnas-
tics and fencing are offered.
The resource center and library are invaluable
as sources of help for both student and teacher.
This year an 884,000 federal grant enabled the
Sylvania schools to supplement their collection
of visual aids equipment, records, films, and
books with the newest material available.
"Your point!" yells Coach Hickman during a
heated volleyball game.
to Creative interests. --
Roberta Zechman Ruth Vaznelis Nancy Springer
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Sandy Mel1le's casserole dinner. Above, band
al directors Mr. Watson and Mr. Field carefully
if fifth period practice on the field north of the
inspect the squads for a mrsstep during the
Ronald McCreery Thomas Watson Louis F. Davis
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WVith the ever-fresh perspective of seniors, the
Class of 1967 retumed to Sylvania High on
September 7. The next month brought the ar-
rival of senior pictures. The busy summer and
fall months spent constructin the homecoming
float proved a worthwhile egort on homecom-
ing weekend, October 14-15. Initiation of a car
decorating contest, won by the "catmobile" and
a dance Saturday night, "A Wild Knight in A
Castle," len thened and brightened the festivities
leaving a dgefinite mark of recognition and ac-
complishment for the departing class. The seniors
carried on tradition by winning the class skit
competition with "Cinderfella" in the Student
Council variety show. Annual activities such as
the ordering of graduation announcements, the
senior breakfast, the class party, and the senior
prom on May 13, culminated in baccalaureate
and graduation on Iune 4.
Guiding the seniors in their last year at SHS
were advisers Mr. George Tombaugh, Mrs.
Marlene Romans, and Mrs. Sharon Gilchrist.
Bruce Achenbach John Ackerman
Janet Adams Mary Lou Adams Nancy Aiken Phil Alloy
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Leading the Class of 1967 into another day
are oflicers Phil Alloy, vice presidentg Tara Broad-
Mike Barrand way, secretaryg Sue Gilroy, treasurerg and Bill
Seniors offered imaginative
Participating in the Student Council Safety
Department drive, Don Murray attaches a seal
of approval to a satisfactorily checked car. Don
transferred to Upper Arlington High School in
Chris Barker Ianis Basler Dave Baum Scott Bayles Mike Beam
Todd Beckmann Chris Beechler Dave Bell Ianie Benner
leadership in student government
Chris Birrell Becky Bjork Clark Blackford
Kathryn Blessing Rene Ann Bloomer Dian Bocran Kathy Bodendorfer
Kris Boissy Dennis Bradley Kathryn Bradley Kathy Brard
Seniors formed backbone
Cindy Braun Charmaine Broadway
Becky Brott Cathy Brown Debby Brown Kenneth Brown
Susan Bryan Laura Burgess
Mary Iayne Byroade Iohn Cabacum
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Iames Campbell Wayne Carpenter Linda Case
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Pat Cawthorn Jeff Chandler Debbie Chitwood Kathleen Chandler
John Chudzinski Chris Cimock Richard Clark Thomas Clark Cary Clemons
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Wyandotte workers Ann Enright, Caryl Gottlieb,
and Connie Fletcher sell Tom Kennedy his
publication activities ticket, entitling him to
the school newspapers and yearbook through his
last year at SHS.
Seniors carried on traditions
Bob Colgan Joyce Cline Cindy Cole Mike Cole
Elaine Comstock Olivia Compton Don Comstock James Comstock Robert Cooke
Paul Cook Bob Corser Don Cowell Suzanne Cowell
Tom Cowles Barb Crandell Dave Crider
reserved for the final year.
Charlene Preas and Sue VVhipps delightfully
survey the magic wrought by Powell's Studios -
their senior pictures.
Peggy Cwiklewski Marcia Davoll Alva Day Ruthie Dibble I' Gareth Dence
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Bill Dickson Dominique Dinouart Bill Dobbins
Seniors let spirits
Dick Dombrose Diane Donnelly
Mike Donnelly Linda Drake
Cindy DuVall Susan Dyer
Gerald Dryer Cheryl Drennan Thomas DuBois
Trying to provide the biggest display of spirit
for the pep assemblies is traditional with the
soar at pre-game rallies.
Dennis Egan Bob Edinger Iim Edinger
Debbie Ehrsam Bruce Ekstrom Ann Enright David Ellis
Judith Ernest Carol Eubank Mike Feeback Wendy Fetters Michael Ferdon
Yvonne Ferrero Paul Fillion Gary Fink Sheryl Fisher
Seniors knew they were able
Donald Freebom Terry Fleig
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Affairs of state can be a tiresome business, as
government student Pam Zwayer would readily
Bev Fleming Connie Fletcher Rita F loro
Gene Friess Nancy Foote Leslie Ford Mike Friess
to concentrate in an position. -'--
Paulette Fritz Diana Frie Robert Fumey
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Richard Fuller Anita Gonzales Mike Gerity Richard Cembolis
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Sue Gilroy Iohn Glase Bob Gleason Chuck Graham Caryl Gottlieb
Steve Graham Donna Grant Mary Grant Bruce Greenwald
Seniors planned, built, voted,
Mary Lou Grubs James Greiner Sue Grimm
Barry Gummow Cheryl Gunn
Torn Gunn Don Gurwell
Karen Hackett Paul Haase
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Terry Hackney Mike Hahn
Marilyn Hall Pat Hall
danced, reigned during homecoming
Scott Hall Tom Hall Trevor Hammett Dave Hansen
john Hanson John Hartley Ioyce Hassen Denis Hatfield Pam Hcilman
A perfect homecoming is reflected in the faces
of Don Freeborn, Karen Hall, Queen Bonnie
Suddatll, and Jack Dunholter, as they have "A
Wild Knight in A Castlef,
Seniors joined in the fun
Sandy Helberg Donna Heltebrake Barbara Herod Karen Hires
Sandi Hobling Connie Holland Glennis Holmes
Thomas Holtz Ralph Horner Jacqueline Houtsma
Cynthia johnson Dean Jarvis Daniel Hubbell
of Councifs variety show.
Mary Kulwicki pantomimes "Funny Girln for
"A Grimm Night at SHS," the Student Council
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Imncs Iuvinull Bcssic Kccfcr Kathy Kcefcr Nanci Kcczcr Blll'b1ll'il Kcifcx
Pam Ketner Tom Kistler Tom Kennedy
Seniors became guardians
Colleen Klein Kathie Kitchen Frank Klosinski Karyn Knisely
erry Klinger jeff Knoll Cindy Koepp Roger Kolling Tom Konz
Bill Lindsley watches the football game ex-
pectantly, awaiting the signal to ring the victory
of the SHS victor bell.
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Ed Kramer Jeffrey Kremer Jill Krotzer
Steve Kuchma Mary Kulwicki Garry Lake Steven LaLonde
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Steve Laskey Marlene Laux Gail Lazarus Shelley Leathers Larry Leffel
Linda Lefllngwell Iim Lendo Jim Lewan Mary Lewis
T- Seniors tempered serious Work
Cheerleaders Nancy Wieczorek, Tara Broadway,
junior Cheryl Bartels, and Bonnie Suddath glance
enviously upon VVendy Fetters, warm coat at a
chilly cross country meet.
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Kathy Lewandowski Sandra Lewis Bill Lindsley Barb Livingston Bev Loggins
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Cary Loos Glenn Long Estel Lovitt Cathie Lutter
with an occasional gabfcst.
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Carla McCann Cheryl McClish Carolyn McLaughlin
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Barb McGee Michael McLennan Cheryl MacDonald LaDonna MacKay
Dave Major Richard Malko Pam Maludy Imogene Mantey Charles Marshall
Sue Marsh Beverlee Mason Pat Masterson Debbie Matthews
Seniors teamed up to sing out
Ken Maunz Pat Mears Chris Mee
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Brian Michael Lyn Meyers Pat Meyer Bob Mens
Nancy Messerly Dan Miller Donna Miller Sandy Miller
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Thomas Miller Susan Miller Roger Mitchell Sally Mitchem
for "Best of Broadwa
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Wayne Monday Barbara Moore Linda Mowery Janet Murphey
Barbara Mutchler Esen Mutluay Chris Napierala Carol Nicely Iim Niederbaumer
As they sing their version of "Heart," Richard
Ries, Bruce Ekstrom, and Dale Tumer give an
attentive audience some good advice.
Seniors added a sharp note
Shelley Oberle Ray Notman Michael Oberlin Bob Oliver
Tom Phillips George O,Neill Beverly Omer Gary Ottgen Mary Palmer
Ioseph Paxson Glenn Pearsall Greg Plant
Charlene Preas Bob Pohlman Steven Porter
to the Frida pep assemblies.
R Cindy Vroman, Walt Iohnson, Rick Clark, and
Chuck Zunk contribute to the harmonious
cacophony of a pep assembly.
Bob Pruden Denny Reed Tom Ridge Peggy Rieger Dave Reynolds
Richard Ries Linda Riggle Tom Rathge
Seniors Wrote, planned skits
Dave Ringle Michael Robbins Dick Roberts Iuan Rodriguez
Debi Roby Kathleen Rodgers Sandie Roe Larry Roehl Doug Rogers
Bob Edinger, Pat Cawthorn, and Debi Rumpf
demonstrate a DECA selling technique for a
for communit programs.
Debi Rumpf Gretchen Rumpf Fred Ruppel
Linda Ruswinkle Iacquline Ruth Jeannie Ruth john Savory
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Don Sandbrink Sally Sass Beverly Schall Sandy Scharren Pat Schneider
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Pat Schoenegge Pam Schultz Ray Segur Ken Sears
Seniors took advantage
cmusrms smx-RAY sus '
Sandy Seyer Lindsay Shaner
On a rainy September morning, Greg Plant
enters the traveling bus for an X-ray, given to
f , s
Debbie Shannon Ellen Sheneiield Ed Shock
David Sickles Juanita Sigler Suzanne Sigler
of services offered b agencies.
Marsha Slaughterbeck Walter Slaughterbeck Sandi Snyder
Dolores Slemp Carol Smith Dave Smith Sue Snyder
Larry Smith Robert Smith Mike Smithhisler julie Snapp
Cheryl Snead Donna Snyder Peggy Snyder Gary Sorosiak
Seniors projected their talents
Patricia Southard john Spillis IoAnnc Spitler
Nancy Spix Brenda Spradlin Ralph Spradlin
Ray Stanton Karen Stevens
Barbara Stilwell Russ Strausbaugh Ioe Strickland
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jim Stichler Barbara Stutts Sally Stotler
in dramatic presentations.
Bonnie Suddath Georgia Sullivan Lois Sumpter
Irene Szymanski Christine Tammarine Sue Tanasiehuk
Public Speakin II presents Her Fatal Beauty,
or A Shop Girlls Honor as Sandy Helberg, jill
Krotzer, and Kathy Bodendorfer surreptitiously
scheme for the defamation of the poor shop girl's
Bob Tansel Douglas Thomson
Seniors found themselves
Anne Taylor Deborah Thyer Terry Tuckerman Kathe Tifft
Art Turanski Kevin Travis Dave Tropf Dale Turner Sue Tyler
jackie Turski Tom Ulrich Doug Valentine Randy VanBuskirk
Julie Vine Bonnie Vanderhoff Sharon Vandeventer
in "give-and-take" situations.
Upon receiving her graded paper from Mr.
Thad Abell, Connie Holland displays mixed
emotions as Barb Voorhees and Sandi Hobling
Ken Vnuck Barbara Voorhees Cindy Vroman Richard Wahl Doug Wamsher
Ioan Weinstein Rob Weiss Chris Washer
--- Seniors gained understanding
Susan Whipps Ralph Wandersee Doug West Bobetta VVhitehead
Tim Wickerham Jessie VVhitehead Nancy Wieczorek Bob Wilcox Elizabeth Williams
Olivia Compton listens attentively as her Turkish
sister, Esen Mutluay, speaks briefly at the AFS
of international affairs.
Kris Williams Thomas Williams Robin Wilson
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Pat Winkler Loyal Wisnofske Chet Wood Doug Wood
Bob Woodard Melanie Woodard Anne Wright Iohn Zechman Keith Zeisloft
Carol Zingale Susan Ziemke Chuck Zunk Pam Zwayer
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Treasurer Iudy Welty, secretary Laurie Long,
vice president Bob Meeker, and president Mark
Brunner lead the Class of ,68 with the help of
classroom representatives and fellow juniors.
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One year older and with a perspective colored
by one year of experience, the Junior Class
of Sylvania Hi h School responded to the
challenge of anodner promising year. The events
of their second year at SHS will resound in
memories long after the glory of no longer
being a sophomore has passed. The 1966-1967
school year began with the distribution of long
anticipated class rin s late in Se tember. The
juniors then creates Granny Wllite and the
Seven FurcLs', a parody on Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs, for the Variety Show.
December 3 swept by, leaving the fragrance
of magnolias and the essence of the Deep
South as "Gone With The Wind," theme for the
junior Prom, became history. As the school year
drew to a close, the juniors elected their class
officers and Student Council representatives to
assure success for their last year.
Mrs. Georgia Baird and Mr James Slagle junior
class advisers, take a few moments from their
schedules to relax in the teachers lounge
from strenuous schedules.
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second only to the seniors - according to the
Juniors polished techniques
Mary Wilson and Dawn
Augsburger prepare for a Biology II demon-
from widely divergent studies.
Legible writing becomes essential as Donna
Decker prepares to take her notes in shorthand
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Chris Erkert "washes that man right out of her
hair" as seniors Pat Meyer, Linda Anthon, Pam
Ketner, Cindy Braun, Diane Bocian, Nancy
Aiken, and junior Diane Reineck look on in
SHS's "Best of Broadway."
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to the tempo of school productions
Dave Bennett and Roger Tabbert strain to pro-
duce a stirring crescendo in the trumpet fan-
fare of "God Bless America."
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Chris Metcalf Q ' ' J
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John Michalski N ,LLL 1: -'M' f
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Mike Miley W M 1 Q W. Sig
Dave Miller YM 'A "..' A K' ,, '7 ""
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Mary Laura Miller ,W -'f-s Ni
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Larry Mirawa 21 f erryr 'lx B' mi B B ig' 1 so ,Q 4'
Byron Mitchell fig s' 4:-A' ,ff 'S V, . 2
Steve Mitchell lffw i . .swf -lhmw ' A-'M
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Linda Mueller ,lj er i tte its-wry j
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Relief from classroom study is found in a fast-
moving game of volleyball.
a respite from classes.
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as juniors bully in a game of field hockey.
In the quiet of the downstairs library, Paul
Kahn Rlndv Johnson sand M irk Bramson find
it possible to concentrfltc on their studies.
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comments on the TASC dance as sophomore
class president Cary Barcus listens.
Juniors made increasing use
Linda Greiners pose is adjusted by Enterprise
Stud1os photographer Mr. Edgar John.
Roger T abbert
Ann Van Vleet
Dennis Van Wey
of the resource center.
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Jacqueline Westland, resource center coordinator
explains the use of a copy machine
Being the largest class to enter Sylvania High
School emphasized the fact that this year's
sophomores were new. The 581 students willing-
ly added to the crowded condition of the halls
between classes. Lack of an orientation day
intensified their sense of exploration as they
were determined to benefit from the advantages
the high school offered. After a lapse of several
years, this year's sophomore class was represen-
ted in the a cappella choirg and it expanded
the band enrollment, producing the largest band
in the history of the school. Combining with
the juniors, sophomore athletes formed the
junior varsity team. This contact provided a
means of unifying the class and making the
sophomores contributing members of the high
school. The traditional sophomore class party,
held on March 3, and the selection and order-
ing of class rings climaxed the year. Activities
such as these initiated the sophomores into con-
tinuing participation, which is an integral part
of the Sylvania High School sophomoreis life.
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Carla Baker lk
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During a picture shooting break, sophomore
class officers - vice president Denny Dietrich,
president Cary Barcus, secretary Linda Coventry,
and treasurer Mary Ann Stanton - chuckle over
a magazine picture.
phomores were guided
Advising the 581 member sophomore class, the
largest ever at Sylvania, are Mrs. Sandra Jones
and Mr. Jack Wallington.
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Debby Rodebaugh, Annette Bodnar Tim Con
nors, and senior Ellen Shenfield
Lucky Elden 'M
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Dan Elmer j 4 4' 'var
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Marlene Eubank we 7? . ,K - 0 'S 4 "' "
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Sylvania sophomores heckle the late-comers at
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Honor societies '
Admittance to Thespians, a dramatic honorary
society, is earned through participation in pro-
ductions. Qualified Thespains gain experience
in the field of drama by producing the one-act
plays performed for the student body during
the year. Quill and Scroll, a national journalism
society, promoted a high standard of publica-
tions work on the high school level. Membership
is an award in recognition of superior work in
some phase of journalism. This year the Sylvania
chapter edited The Syllabus, a magazine com-
posed of student literary efforts and art work.
Two years of math and science and a 3.5 grade
average determine eligibility into I-Questers,
Sylvania's local honorary society. The club spon-
sors activities such as the Quiz Bowl, Honors
Week, and the election of Scholar of the Year.
Each year the National Forensic League grants
membership to students who accumulate points
in speaking and debate contests. Iewels are add-
ed to the silver key insignias as members receive
additional points through other competitions.
Qualifications for the National Honor Society are
good ualities of leadership, service, character,
I-Questers, from left, Caryl Gottlieb, secretary-treasurer,
Cathie Lntter, vice-president, Chuck Zunk, presidentg
and Mr. WVhitman, adviser.
National Honor Society, bottom row, Mr. Whitman, ad- Tyler, Karen Hires, Linda Ruswinkle. Third Row, Frieda
viserg Cindy Kocpp, Bill Dobbins, Paul Cook, Rick Goldman, Karyn Knisely, Ann Enright, Cathie Lutter,
Clark, Rene Ann Bloomer. Second Row, Olivia Comp- Ellcn Shenefield, Bonnie Suddath, and Sue Ziemke.
ton, Chris Napierala, Robin Wilson, Karen Hall, Sue
outstanding studcn ts.
Thespians, seated, Ray Craumlich, treasurerg Mr. Wal-
lace, adviser, Linda Anthon, president. Standing, Dom-
inique Dinouart, Bruce likstrom, Richard Ries, vice-
president, and Jill Krotzer, secretary.
National Forensic League, bottom row, Sue Haughey,
Steve YVeiss, Syndie Elliot, Pam Maludy, Dominique
Dinouart, Karyn Knisely, Elaine Comstock, Lori Singer.
Second Row, Mr. Mansfield, adviserg Chris Napierala,
Bill Lindslcy, Steve Laskey, Ray Craumlich, Mark
Bramson, Olivia Compton, Ioan Weinstein. Third Row,
Iohn Crossland, Becky Bjork, Mark Brunner, Carolyn
Kalmbach, John Wells, Kathy Bodendorfer, Rick Iewett,
Quill and Scroll, bottom row, Colleen Klein, Ioan Wein-
stein, Suc Tanasichuk, secretaryg Ann Enright, vice-
president. Second Row, Connie Fletcher, treasurer, Mr.
Marlo, adviserg Caryl Gottlieb. Third Row, Kathy
Baehren, Cathie Lutter, president.
jim Cawrych, Gary Roby, Tom Santelli, Diane Reineck,
Keith Zeisloft, Kathy Liden, Bruce Achenbach, Linda
Anthon, Phil Tillotson. Fourth Row, john Michalski,
Dave Linn, Kathleen Hepler, Connie Fletcher, Fred
XVeiss, Nancy Spix, Bob Colgan, Brad Keitzman, Rich-
ard Rics, Dennis Tokarz, Randy Ade, Lorrie Oberlin,
Jill Krotzer, K. C. Hufford, and Bob Meeker.
--- Publication staffs shouldered
Energy combined with hard work and a willing-
ness to learn is a prerequisite for a successful
year as a member of the W'yandotte staff. Recog-
nition of former yearbooks by the Columbia
Scholastic Press Association gives added incen-
tive to produce a book that is better than the
preceding ones. A great deal of attention is given
to minute detail as every item must be calculated
exactly. Layout sheets, proportion wheels, rulers,
and typewriters are some of the tools used to
create a final product.
Published bi-monthly, sixteen times a year, the
Student Prints is created through the combined
efforts of the newspaper staff. This year two new
columns were presented to the student body. For
each issue one person from the student body
wrote a column expressing his opinion about a
subject concerning the students. Another addi-
tion was "On The CLL Circuit" introducing
other schools from the Toledo area. Highlights
this year were the eight page Christmas issue, the
senior issue, and the junior issue.
Wyandotte editors, from left, Connie Fletcher, business
manager, Ann Enright, copy editor, Cathie Lutter,
editor-in-chief, and Mr. Marlo, adviser.
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Aboue, stag members, from left, Tricia Fee, Geri Cross-
land, Nancy Fulton, and Chris Abbott. Right, section
editors, bottom row, Frieda Goldman, index editor,
Debbie Chitwood, Nancy Spix, organizations co-editors,
Cheryl McClish, class co-editor. Second Row, Sue
Ziemke, art editor, Bev Mason, sports editor, Caryl
Gottlieb, student life editor, Bev Fleming, senior editor,
Rene Ann Bloomer, class co-editor, and Cindy Koepp,
Left, Student Prints staff, bottom row, Pam Zwayer,
WVendy Fetters, Bonnie Braeutigam, Esen Mutluay,
Second Row, Sandy Miller, Connie Fletcher, and Chris
Abbott. Below, from left, Becky Bjork, managing editor,
Sue Tanasichuk, Ioan Weinstein, co-editors, and Kathy
Baehren, business manager.
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Above, from left, Colleen Klein, features editor, Greg
Plant, sports co-editor, Ann Wright, editorial page, and
Elaine Comstock, news editor. Left, jim Baehren, photo-
grapherg Bob Oakley, director of photography, and
' Scott Hall, photographer.
Student government linked
Student Council, consisting of elected students, is
an organization which strives to unite the stu-
dent body with the faculty through its numerous
projects. This year Christmas was the theme of
the annual back-to-school dance, sponsored by
the Council, which was held on the tennis
courts. Another project was the Student Council
Talent Show in which each class performed a skit
as part of the entertainment. The departmental
system consisting of American Field Service,
Elections, Projects and Service, Sportsmanship,
Safety, Finance, Publicity, Organizations, and
Student lVelfare helps to bring Council closer
to the student body. Volunteer members of these
committees work on such functions as the spa-
ghetti dinner and charity projects.
Student Council Ogicers, seated, Wendy Fetters, sec-
rctaryg Olivia Compton, president, Bob Knowles, vice-
president. Standing, Karen Hires, treasurer, John Zech-
man, parliamentarian-chaplain, and Sue Whipps, cor-
Student Council Representatives, bottom row, Bonnie
Suddath, Dave Browning, Kathy Lidcn, Chris Metcalf,
Diane Travis, Tim Connors. Second Row, Escn Mutluay,
Julie Erkcrt, Doug Wamsher, Bill Dobbins, Cary Barcus,
Doug Thomson, Tom Stebbins, Tom Brown, john Lowe,
Annette Bodnar. Third Row, Debby Brown, Debhie
liotlchauigli, Steve King, Maryhcth Sliaul, Paul Cook,
Carol Quinncll, Brian Michael, Carol Smith, Mark
Brunner, and Jerry Wamsher.
Student Council Commissioners, seated, Dawn Augs-
burger, publicityg Ellen Shenefield, AFS, Susan Miller,
sportsmanshipg Sally Mitchem, organizationsg Karen
Hires, finance. Standing, Mrs. Gilchrist, adviserg Deny
Hatfield, electionsg Mark Kander, services and projectsg
Sue Tyler, student welfare, and Debbie Chitwood,
Frank Venner announced senior Wendy Fetters, escorted
by Brian Michael, to reign as queen at the TASC dance,
"An Evening in Athens." TASC members, seated, Deny
Hatfield, program chairmang Mrs. Gilchrist, adviserg
Olivia Compton, vice president. Standing, Mark Kander,
leadership workshop co-chairmang Sue Tyler, safety co-
chairmang and Mark Brunner, quiz-bowl co-chairman.
TASC meets once a month at various member schools.
Each school attending sends representatives of its
chapter to the area meeting.
Audio-visual services are provided by the Projec-
tion Club. Before showing movies, participating
students must learn the operation and mainten-
ance of the projectors. The club also operates
the public address system during school assem-
blies and at after-game dances. In addition to
being a curricular course, Business Office Educa-
tion functions as a school service. Part of their
work is typing stencils, preparing data processing
report cards, and working in different depart-
ments during study halls. Members of the re-
source center staff gain experience in library
work by locating research materials for students.
They are responsible for repairing damaged
books, issuing fines, organizing materials such as
films, records, and periodicals, and are trained
to work the audio-visual equipment. Library
Club members tackle the endless job of check-
ing out books and periodicals during study halls.
They also check student passes and decorate
the bulletin boards and showcases in the library.
Service clubs assisted
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Resource Center Staff, from left, Sue Swafford, Cheryl
Snead, Mrs. Westland, adviser, Nikki Pictras, and
Library Stag, seated, Jean Grodi, Lorena Lannen, Barb Slemp, vice-president, Shirley Grant, Peggy Marshall,
Livingston, Mrs. Follas, librariang Debbie DeBlaere, Diane Allen, Jacquic Ruth, secretary, Ruth Dibble,
Joyce Hassen, president. Standing, Carole Major, Kathy Sherry Bernheisel, and Sandi Snyder.
Stevens, treasurer, Pat Southard, Jeannie Ruth, Dolores
with school facilities. ---
Business Ofhce Eflucation, bottom row, Nancy Aiken, Fisher, Joyce Hassen. Third Row, Mary Kulwicki, Kathy
Kathy Lewamlowski, Mrs. Gilchrist, adviserg Debby Blessing, Debbie Ehrsam, Barbara Mutchler, Imogene
Brown, Ruth Dibble. Second Row, Linda Leifingwell, Mantey, Joyce Cline, and Peggy Hieger.
Rita Floro, Pat Schoenegge, Cindy DuVall, Sheryl
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Projection Club, bottom row, Mr, Virtue, adviserg John Gummow. Third Row, Terry Duey, Don Vineyard, Jim
Clase, secretary-treasurerg Barry Cummow, president, Cawrych, John Zeehman, Doug West, Don Kmg, and
John Virtue, vice-president. Second Row, Tom Heilman, Mike Lewandowskl.
Earl Keister, Cary Pratt, Nick Herman, Paul Bauer, Bill
Future Teachers of America, seated, Janis Basler, vice-
prcsidcntg Kathryn Bradley, president. Standing, Mrs.
Musick, adviserg Linda Riggle, secretary, and janet
The theme of the Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica is "Towards New Horizons." Skits emphasizing
morals, manners, and individuality were present-
ed at monthly meetings. Special activities of the
club include Daddy-Date night and the annual
style show in which the girls display the clothes
they have made during the year. Visiting speak-
ers offer Medical Careers Cluh members an in-
troduction to a few of the diversified areas of
medicine. This year, the club toured St. Vincent's
Hospital learning more about its heart center. By
working at hospitals and on service committees,
members earn points toward a key which is
presented at the annual potluck dinner in the
spring. Different situations which teachers en-
counter and methods of meeting these situations
were the basis of discussion for the Future
Teachers of America. Caroling at Sunset House,
giving a Christmas basket to a needy family, and
serving as guides at the PTA Open House com-
prised the FTA schedule this year.
Future Homenwkers of America, seated, Mrs. Vaznelis,
adviser, Sandy Miko, president, Sandy Yoh, vice-presi-
dentg Mrs. Springer, adviser. Standing, Ruth Dibble,
secrctaryg Beverly Orner, historian, Georgia Sullivan,
county representative, Loretta Laughlin, treasurer, and
Sherry Bernheisel, news representative. Medical Careers
Club, from left, Pat Masterson, vice-presidentg Sue Dyer,
secretary-treasurer, Jeannie Ruth, president, and Mrs.
Career clubs aided
in determining goals
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Distributiuc Education Clubs of America II, from left,
Clennis Holmes, treasurer, George O'Neil, vice-presi-
dcntg Debbie Shannon, secretaryg Mr. Johnston, adviser,
Sandi Roe, activities reporter, and Steve Graham, presi-
dent. Distrilzutive Education Clubs of America I, from
left, Chris Beechler, vice-presidentg Peggy Cwiklcwski,
treasurer, Mr. Pozsik, adviser, Mary Lewis, secretary,
Don Freeborn, president, and Shelley Leathers, activi-
DECA, Distributive Education Clubs of Amer
ica, is the only national youth program at Syl-
vania High School. This year at the regional con-
test in Bowling Green, senior Chris Beechler was
elected regional vice-president. Sponsoring the
district contest proved an energy consuming ac-
tivity for the SHS chapter. The chapter's other
achievements took the form of a PTA skit, a
creative marketing project, and the Chapter of
the Year award on the national level. Developing
leadership and strengthening the confidence of
young career women is the purpose of Future
Business Leaders of America. FBLA, which is a
nationwide organization, prepares its members
for important roles in tomorrow's business world.
The members aid teachers and the oflice staff by
folding and addressing mail and nmning off
dittos. The annual Christmas party and a spring
picnic were main events on this year's calendar.
Future Business Leaders of America, from left, Mary
Kulwicki, vice-president, Pat Schoenegge, presidentg
Carol Smith, treasurer, Peggy Rieger, secretary, and
Mrs. S. Jones, adviser.
Choirs lifted their voices
Performing in various school assemblies and
the Christmas concert, the sophomore choir dis-
played the singing voices of its one hundred
and ten members. The group served as a step-
ping stone between the junior high choruses and
the a cappella choir. During the year the boys,
voices completed their change and each male
voice was assigned to new bass and tenor sec-
tions. In Ianuary several ensembles were form-
ed to prepare for district solo and ensemble con-
test. The sophomore choir also sang at the spring
concert and proved itself to be a performing
group in its own right.
Sophomores Cathie Parke, Wally Ducote, Debbie Sass,
Nadine Kanneman, and Doris Barnett follow their music
intently in a seventh period rehearsal.
Sophomore Choir, bott0m row, Cathic Parke, Wally
Ducote, Debbie Lang, Debbie Sass, Nadine Kanneman,
Doris Barnett, Judy Meeks, Pat Blessing, Debbie Mens,
Kathy Ryan, Linda Crandell, Candy Angle, Debbie
Fetters, Terri Hurley, Cheryl Burtis, Barb VanVorce.
Second Row, Carrol McKnight, Sherry Anne Mylek,
Toki Dallas, Lorrie Oberlin, Marcy Braun, Carol XVaters,
Chris Hopkins, Marsha Hartman, Cindy Ziemke, Carla
Robinson, Debbie Rodebaugh, joy Minch, Connie Bur-
gess, Liz Mey Lin, Linda XValdron, Karen Hoover,
Rosemary Baumgartner, Allison Strong. Third Row,
Judy Steele, Bob Sturtz, Delilah Ellis, Irene Tonkel,
Carol Quinnell, Ken Deutsch, Rick Porter, Jim Hall,
Dave Bondy, Mike Murphy, Bill Edinger, Mark Putnam,
Sue Cross, Dave Humphrey, Linda Coventry, Cheryl
XVonell, Bev Kurtz, Pat Furney, jane Crandell, Mary Ann
Stanton, Carol Iikstrom, Shirley l,oFiego, Pam Cleveland,
Sue Sdhneider, Mr. Davis. Fourth Row, Jerri Lee Spitler,
Carol Hepfinger, Cereta Tippin, Steve Schneider, Cuion
Ray, Roscerin Collins, Coram Stiner, Tim Spradlin, Dave
Porter, jean Neeper, Bob Crowther, Linda Bine, Cathy
Lumpkin, julie Erkert, Frances Slemp, Melanie Mc-
Donald, Karin Turner, Karol Marsh, Mary Clover. Fifth
Row, Cheryl Egan, Mary Jane Aiken, David Rahla,
Becky llall, Linda Maier, Erncstine Kosier, Regina
Koester, Terri Kovach, Pam Amsden, Vern Smith, Iini
Miller, Colette Ratajski, and Ken Kranz.
in harmonious intonations.
At the homecoming football assembly the Sylvania l
a cappella choir adds melodic harmony to the alma
The tenor voices of Dusty Lindner, Rick Luff, Brent
Bissel, Denny Tokarz, and Fred Czaia add to the sound
produced in a practice session for the state convention.
Altos Barb Voorhees, Pam Ketner, and Cindy Koepp Dave Smith and Stan Stenger struggle to sight-read
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Clreiner, Barb Miller, Lincla Anthon, Cathie Lutter,
Ann Iiuright, Nancy Wieezorek, Barb Voorhees, Pam
Ketner, Sharon Vandeventer, Thelma Booth. Second
Row, Melanie Clenn, Sue Sauve, Becky Lisinski, Karen
Clemons, Marilyn XVaggoner, Valerie Cole, Marilyn
Marlin. Tara Broadway, Jeannette Neeper, Ellen Shene-
fielcl, Bonnie Sucldath, Charmaine Broadway, Sandi
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Hohling, Dchhie Cilhcrtson, Toyce Frutigcr, Lcnnah
Snviclgc, Kurcn Evclcmon. Shirley Kncppcr, Cindy
Kocpp, Bnrhzlrn Cranclcll. Third Row, Kathic Kitchen,
Rohin XVilson, Iill Krotzcr, Suc Jones, Synclie Elliot,
Cheryl Bnrtcls, Janet VVclls, I0 Bacon, Nancy Pritchard,
Arlene Holmes, Karon Hires, Debby Daucl, Sara Jack-
son, Liz Vuchnich, Judy Macflcl, Chris Erkcrt, Diana
Rvincck, Kathy Braid, Iulic Vine, Sue Porter, Kitty
Chancllcr, Judith Ernest. Fourth Row, Sue Mull, Carol
Eubnnk, Sandy Schurren, Pat Meyer, Tom Ulrich, Dale
Steve Spaulding, Mike Cole, john Zechman, Bob
Mowery, Tom Santclli, Richard Fuller, Don Ammons,
Richard Dmlslmgen, Brent Bissell, Tom Stebbins, Scott
Buyles, Thomas Holtz, Hunk Campbell, Roger Mitchell,
Richard Ries, Kon Scars, and Mitch Kingsley.
The 117 members of the 1967 a cappella choir
had more opportunities to broaden their already
widespread acclaim than any other choir in the
history of Sylvania. Traveling to Findlay, the
choir demonstrated musical techniques. Shortly
afterwards, the Christmas season arrived bring-
ing floods of music. The choir caroled at Lam-
son's, gave a concert for Sylvania Country Club,
and taped music for a Christmas Day television
show. In addition, they joined the orchestra and
the sophomore choir for the annual Christmas
concert December 20. The choir joumeyed to
Columbus for the Ohio Music Teacher's Conven-
tion January 6. Among the choirs invited, Syl-
vania was the only high school choir and, under
the direction of Dr. Gerhard Schroth, again dem-
onstrated its vocal accomplishments. As the year
ended, renewed energy poured forth as the
group prepared for their last performance as a
whole, the spring concert, in May.
Cloclcwise, above left, Ken Sears and Mitch Kingsley
concentrate on perfection in a morning rehearsal. Mr.
Davis cues in the tenors on the upbeat. Sue Porter
refpresents the individual effort necessary for the total
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Orchestra, bottom row, Diana Grant, Mary Pleiss, Mike
Cole, Sue Cowell, Linda Coventry, Charmaine Broad-
way, Steve Hamel, Bill Bloomer. Second Row, Dave
Tovey, Cindy Koepp, Julie Vine, Melanie Woodard,
Glenda Hodge, Bea Jones, Dennis Ernest, Nancy Ewing,
Burt Whitehead, Richard Flaskamp, Jessie Whitehead.
Third Row, Chet Roby, Tara Broadway, Mary Pahl,
Mary Jayne Byroade, Maryann Stanton, Karen Newman,
Loretta Laughlin, Cindy Vroman, Tim Wickerham, Bill
Dickson, Geri Crossland, Debbie Spangler, Jill All-
mendinger, Beverlee Mason, Sharon Vandeventer, Sandy
Bryan, John Hopkins, Bob Sturtz, Annette Bodnar,
for symphonic effects.
For the first time the string orchestra presented
an Orchestra Festival Concert. The three other
schools participating in the performance were
Maumee, Rogers, and DeVilbiss. The rendition,
given in the Little Theatre, included the selec-
tion "Carmen" by Bizet. In late February, the
orchestra traveled to Parma to participate in the
statewide orchestra contest. They performed one
required number and two selected numbers. The
annual presentation of "Instrumental Varieties"
culminated the year's activities.
Wayne Monday. Fourth Row, Ioyce Marlin, Glennis
Johnsen, Linda Cole, Chcryl McClish, Ellen Rosenber-
ger, K. C. Huflford, Bobby Stough, Tom Hall, Ray
Segur. Fifth Row. Steve Porter, Mike Breneman, Doug
Leighton, Cary Pratt, Mark Clemons, Mr. McCreery,
conductor, Ioe Clark, Bill Graham, and Debbie
Opposite page, Diana Grant casts a baleful eye at the
violas while conducting. Violinist Sue Cowell draws her
bow across the string, testing her pitch. Orchestra offi-
cers, seated, Charmaine Broadway, president, Diana
Grant, vice-president. Standing, Tara Broadway, treas-
urerg Cindy Koepp, secretary, and Mr. McCreery,
The majorettes, Pep Band, German Band, and
the band officers all compose a part of the SHS
lVildcat band. The majorettes are chosen in the
spring previous to the fall marching season. Each
girl from the band wishing to try out for major-
ette prepares a routine to a record and presents
her acts to the directors, who make the final
decisions. The majorettes may be selected from
any of the three classes. The Pep Band is a
selected group of individuals who play for pep
assemblies and home basketball games. The Ger-
man Band, composed of five players chosen by
the directors, plays at gatherings such as the
Band and Orchestra Parents Swiss Steak Dinner,
the Sylvania Sidewalk Sale, the Statewide Prac-
tical Nurses Convention, and the Strawberry
Festival. Band officers are elected in the spring
for the following year and are initiated at the
spring banquet. These positions are mainly an
honor. In addition the treasurer collects money for
activities such as banquets and the splash party.
Maiorettes, from left, Bcverlee Mason, Kai Kesler, and
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marching at halftime. Band Officers, serlted, Tom Ilall,
president, Tim YVickerham, treasurer. Standing, Rod
Dickson, vice-president, and Beverlee Mason, secretary.
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Clockwise, beginning above, the Pep Band, directed by
Mr. NVatsou, receives lust minute instructions for the
homecoming pep assembly. junior Phil Carlson poses
as HAI hoy and his tuba" at an outside marching band
session. German Band, from left, Cheryl McClish, Tom
Hall, Ray Scgur, Rene Ann Bloomer, and Tim Wicker-
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land, Jerri Spitlvr, Paula Vitou, Kathy Cherry, Denise
Fritz, Susan llart, Mary Lou Grubs. Svcond Row, Cindy
Vrcnnan, Tim hViCliCI'llLllll, Kathy Could, Marianne Ma-
zur, Bruce Stevens, Sharon Spitznaugle, Douglas
Scharp, Pat Southard, Sandy Miko, Leslie Dickson,
Larry Fair, Miko Frivss, Cary Blakcman, Rick Parent,
Marilyn llall, Linda lligglc, John Hvntncr, Carl Schwctz,
Bobc-tta XVhitc-livad, -Io Aunt- Spitlur. Third Row, Donna
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Language, dramatic clubs
The most spectacular event of the Latin Club
this year was the Roman banquet for which
students willingly dressed themselves in togas
to dine in a Roman atmosphere. The organiza-
tion gives members an opportunity to exercise
their Latin vocabulary. In order to expand their
foreign interests, the French and Spanish Clubs
have combined to form the Modern Language
Club. Members participated in selling tickets for
the premiere of "Is Paris Burning?" at Cinema II.
Speech Club is the functional organization be-
hind the speech team. The clubis efforts are di-
rected toward raising funds which will enable I
the team to attend various contests. The talent MTV
show, "Best of Broadway," was one of its most
prosperous activities. The Drama Club drew up
a new constitution basing membership on con-
tributions to the club. The meetings included
demonstrations and skits by the members. The
pro's and con's of the United States Foreign
Policy constituted this yearis Debate Club topic.
All members were required to give a speech con-
sisting of two phases, constructive and rebuttal.
Latin Club, bottom row, Linda Crandell, treasurer,
Mrs. Musick, adviser, jane Harrison, secretary. Second
Row, Tom Kent, vice-president, and Dave Beveridge,
Modem Language Club, seated, Kathy Keeter, vice
president, Mrs. Stackpole, adviser, Ann Enright, presi-
dent. Standing, Cathie Lutter, treasurer, Miss Carr,
adviser, and Kathy Bodendorfer, secretary.
reflected linguistic: talents. -1-
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ard Ries, president, and Ioan Weinstein, secretary.
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Left, Drama Club, seated, Randy Ade, vice-president,
Mr. VVallace, adviser. Standing, Phil Alloy, Terry Hob-
erts, program chairmen, Mark Kander, secretary, and
Jill Krotzer, committee chairman. Above, Debate Club,
from left, Bruce Achenbach, vice-president, Mark
Bramson, program chairman, Mr. Mansfield, adviser,
Randy Ade, president, and Karyn Knisley, secretary-
Hobby clubs expressed
Camera Club, from left, Tara Broadway, secretary, Iim
Bachren, sergeant at arms, Karen Hall, treasurer, Terry
Roberts, president, Mr. Abell, adviser, and john Virtue,
Directed by Mr. Rower, the Rifle Club success-
fully completed its third year at SHS. The club
is open to anyone interested in the correct care
and handling of firearms. Outstanding members
of the club are chosen to vie in competition with
other schools. Through club meetings and ac-
tivities, members learn the correct procedure of
handling, loading, and using rifles. Experts in the
Held of Firearms are invited to meetings to speak
to the members. The Camera Club is designed to
instill in its members the desire for creative ex-
pression and encourage them to go on to greater
achievements in photography. Under the direc-
tion of Mr. Thad Abell, the club has presented
several interesting programs including informa-
tion on photographing models, new develop-
ments in photography, and a movie "The Best of
Eastman? As an additional opportunity to in-
crease the knowledge of the students, the adult
education classes offer photography instruction
in which Sylvania students may enroll.
Rifle Club, from left, Dave Baum, vice-president, Pat
Cawthorn, executive ollicerg Tom Rathge, president,
Chris Barker, secretary, and Ron Sanderson, treasurer.
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Chess Club, seated, Iohn Lowe, sophomore presidentg
Kris Eichenberger, sophomore secretaryg Chris Washer,
junior-senior vicc president, Bill Herrel, sophomore vice-
president. Standing, Fred Sharp, junior-senior treasurer,
and Ron Sanderson, junior-senior president.
The Sylvania Council on World Affairs attempts
to give interested students an opportunity to
discuss political trends and happenings in the
world around them.,Sylvania is a charter mem-
ber of the sixteen-school area council which holds
monthly meetings. Each month, a different school
sponsors an area meeting bringing in speakers
for lecture and discussion. This spring the area
council hosted a computer dance and a mock
United Nations Assembly. VVeclnesday afternoon
in the downstairs library, silent spectators watch-
ed the SHS Chess Team in action. At club meet-
ings, the chess enthusiasts played each other,
gaining skill and confidence through practice.
At toumaments held at the YMCA the attraction
of individual competition drew players from
the Toledo area. Chess team funds supplied the
entry fees for Sylvania challengers.
Council On World Affairs, from left, Bill Lindsley, vice-
presidentg Barb Keifer, secretary-treasurer, Steve Laskey,
presidentg and Mr. Petterson, adviser.
lndustrial clubs employed
The '67 season started off with a "bang" for the
Chemistry Club as an experiment with nitrogen
tri-iodide was demonstrated at the first meeting.
Numerous experiments, guest lectures, and a Held
trip continued the exciting trend of the clubis
program. Through its diverse activities the club
members stimulated interest in the various as-
pects of chemistry. A wide range of topics in the
areas of mechanical, chemical, and electrical en-
gineering is discussed in Sylvania's Engineering
Club. Members select topics at the beginning of
the year and report on them at monthly meetings.
The program is further enriched by films and
movies. Math Club draws its members from
those students interested in the numerous aspects
of mathematics. The monthly meetings are de-
voted to reports and discussions on topics related
to higher mathematics. These are varied in sub-
ject matter and complexity with each topic hav-
ing its own unusual facets. Included in the
areas for discussion are subjects concerning set
theory, determinants, limits and infinity, partial
fractions, probability, and analytic geometry.
Chemistry Clulr, from left, Mike Collette, vice-president,
Mr. Sheronick, adviser, and john Rentner, treasurer.
E1l,L,lllCCfll'lg Club, from left, Mr. Bernmg, adviser, Fred
Shxrp, program chairman, and Ken Brown, president.
Mutlz Club, from left, Ron Sanderson, secretary-treas-
urerg Mr. Barry, adviser, Bob Meeker, vice-president
and Mr. Cillooly, adviser.
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Carpentry and Electronics, which is a division
of the Vocational Industrial Club, gives its mem-
bers a Wider perspective of todayis business
World. Meeting on the third Thursday of every
month, members discuss and outline their
agenda. The adviser works with each boy in
helping him select a future profession. The boys
participate in various sports contests with other
vocational clubs and conduct projects which are
beneficial to the community. Special attention
is given to create appreciation of the dignity of
the work handled by the boys.
Clockwise, beginning left, VIC officers, seated, Mr.
Mohn, advisor, Dan Hubbell, prcsidcntg Mr. Graves, ad-
viser. Standing, Gary Lake, secretary, Doug Valentine,
treasurer, Larry Roehl, sergeant at arms, and jeff
Kocinski, vice-president. Mr. Rower instructs Rick
Heinze in woodworking. Iohn Hesser changes a drill
point in machine shop. Electronics is made easier for
Roger Whitehill with guidance from Mr. White. Stan
Weatherbee and Dale Turner consult Mr. Johnson on
reassembling an engine.
"Y" clubs developed
The I-Ii-Y clubs are afiiliated with the YMCA and
work to develop the spiritual and physical qual-
ities of their members. Sophomore Hi-Y operated
a coat check at basketball games as both a
service and a money-making project. The Iunior
Hi-Y sold newspapers for the "Old Newsboysf,
on December 16, as one phase of their charity
program. For the first time the Senior Hi-Y took
top honors in the Evergreen Classic, a Christmas
basketball tournament sponsored by the Toledo
Junior Hi-Y, from left, Alan Borsos, chaplain, Chris
Metcalf, secretary, Steve King, president, and Ceorge
Senior Ili-Y, seated, john Hanson, president, Mr.
Craden, adviser, jim Creiner, vice-president. Standing,
Deny Hatfield, chaplain, Paul Cook, treasurer, Scott
Hall, secretary, and john Savory, sergeant at arms.
Sophomore Hi-Y, seated, Mr. Carr, adviser, Dave
Schieb, president. Standing. Don McIntyre. treasurer,
Vern Smith, chaplain, and Dave Kelly, secretary.
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Janie Smith, sergeant at arms.
Furthering Christian fellowship, the Youth For
Christ organization holds regular monthly meet-
ings as well as participating in outside activities.
A Blade cartoonist visiting the first meeting drew
pictures while relating them to stories about
Christianity. Turning to outside activities, the
club takes part in a Teen Olympic program
operated on a statewide basis. Competition exists
in the fields of basketball, volleyball, and bowl-
ing. YFC functions in cooperation with the
Toledo Area chapter which sponsors bi-weekly
rallies at Iefferson Iunior High School. Activities
include roller skating parties and trips to con-
ventions. Mr. Herb Fredrick, director of the
Toledo Area YFC, attends the Sylvania meetings
and helps the group plan programs with the aid
of the adviser. Electing oflicers and organizing a
program were the first activities of t e Sop o-
more Y-Teens. Through the YWCA the girls
completed many service projects, one of which
was addressing envelopes for the Tuberculosis
Youth For Christ, frvm left, Kathy Could, secretary-
treasurer, Rod Dickson, president, Mr. NVhitman, ad-
viser, and Ray Segur, vice-president.
Y-Teens, from left, Terry McSorley president Kyle
Bishop, vice-president, Caryl Wheeler secretary and
Athletic clubs sponsored
Girls Athletic Association, kneeling, Debbie Rodebaugh,
intramural manager, Anne Taylor, program chairmang
Shelley Leathers, president. Standing, Nancy Wieczorek
vice-president, JoAnn Eichenauer, intramural manager,
Carol Smith, program chairman, and Debbie Chitwood
By participating in the activities of Girls Ath-
letic Association, twelve girls earned the required
number of points needed to become members of
the CAA honorary society, Leaders Club. They
continue to amass points for numerals by direct-
ing "Co-Ed Capersv which is presented in the
spring. This event is always looked forward to
with great anticipation as it gives all gymnasts a
chance to exhibit their athletic talents. The CAA
organization is a club which provides a means for
the girls of SHS to display their athletic abilities.
The program consists of various extra-curricular
activities including volleyball, basketball, bowl-
ing, and intrainurals along with a fun night and
Held day. Points for each activity in which the
girls participate are accumulated and used to-
ward winning a letter, numeral, or trophy. These
awards are presented at the annual CAA-Leaders
Leaders Club, bottom row, Joyce Cline, president,
Debbie Ehrsam, Shelley Leathers. Second Row, Chris
Dragg, Anne Taylor, vice-president, Elizabeth Williams,
Debby Brown. Third Row, Barb McGee, secretary, Deb-
bie Chitwood, Tara Broadway, Bessie Keefer, and
g mnastic: events
.ty "S" Club is an organization made up of
who have eamed varsity letters in any sport
stands for combined athletic interests. This
uarter of Erlucatmn by Robert Pop
dt as a monev making project and will
te part of the monev for 1 piece of ym
ment Members of the Sylvanii High Sc ool
Club can be recognized at every sports
by their bright yellow shirts and black ties.
group, formed in the fall of 1966, sits in a
ed block adding excitement and vibrancy
e games. The boys highlighted the football
n by the formation of a victory line for the
the members sold the book, A Century and
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Tom Konz trusuier Chris Meteilf jim Cook
Smith Roy, Barron Deny Hatfield, Steve King,
Fitzgerald, Dick Anthony, Bruce Achenbaeh, Bob
'c-der, jefl' Horkcy, Terry Barber, Bill ljdinger,
Graham, Mike Beam, Steve Bertch, Cary Clem-
om Phillips, jim Creiner, Don Taylor, Mike Me-
Ey "S", from top right, around, Mr. Sweebe, adviser,
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Clockwisc, above, Mr. Watson and Mr. Field concentrate
on the intricate drill performed to "No Matter What
Shape." Tim VVickcrham steps in time while beating his
oversize load. Nimble fingers and strong lungs aid john
Apple in sounding off at band practice.
In late August, drill practice propelled the
Wildcat Marching Band into a vigorous season
which climaxed in their rendition of "Carmen
Suitef, For the concert season the band, because
of its large number of members, was divided into
the Symphonic Band and the Concert Band.
Immediately, work on the program for the Feb-
ruary concert was begun with District and State
Contests following close behind. To add to the
excitement, the State Solo and Ensemble Contest
was held late in February this year. Annual ac-
tivities such as Tag Day which is held to accum-
ulate funds for new equipment, the spring ban-
quet in honor of old members, and "Instrumental
Varietiesn were held with their usual success.
the trackrnen were co-captains John Hansor? 1 ' 1'
and Mark Knepper. One of the new records set
was Bob Szalkowskiis pole vault of 12'65'f,. The
iump bettered the 1965 record by 9?i". An ad-
ditional highlight was the 76-51 victory over
Whitmer the rst in thirteen years.
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Bottom Row, from left, jim Clase, Don Galbraith,
Jack Chevalier, Tom Turpening, Paul Evans, john
Hanson, Mark Knepper, Iack D11nholter, Sheldon
Storer, Ted Vincent, Mike Whalen. Second Row,
Coach Mike Craden, Dave Bell, Brian Michael, Don
Freeborn, Cary Eff, John Savory, Dick Dombrose, Ray
Notman, Bob Cooke, Dan Crumrin. Third How, Dave
Miller, Tom Konz, Mike McLennen, Scott Hall, Alan
Rzght 66 graduate Mark Knepper drives for-
ward to obtain a new record for the 100-yard
dash Under the direction of Coach Mike Craden,
the Sylvania thinclads completed the 1966 track
season with ten wins and two losses. Leadin 1
Borsos, Wayne Hess, Fred Sharp, Chris Metcalf,
Dick Roberts. Fourth Row, Paul Kahn, Rob Weiss,
Dennis HatHeld, Ieff Crowther, Steve King, Rob
Fitzgerald, Dick Anthony, Phil Alloy, Dave Brown-
ing. Fifth Row, Craig Root, Phil Fiske, Earl Keefer,
Bill Bloomer, Dave Linn, Tim Phillips, Chris jackson,
Terry Fleig, and Dave Haas.
Clockwisc, above, Mr. Watson and Mr. Field concentrate
on the intricate drill performed to "No Matter What
Shape." Tim VVickcrham steps in time while beating his
oversize load. Nimble fingers and strong lungs aid john
Apple in sounding off at band practice.
In late August, drill practice propelled the
Wildcat Marching Band into a vigorous season
which climaxed in their rendition of "Carmen
Suitef, For the concert season the band, because
of its large number of members, was divided into
the Symphonic Band and the Concert Band.
Immediately, work on the program for the Feb-
ruary concert was begun with District and State
Contests following close behind. To add to the
excitement, the State Solo and Ensemble Contest
was held late in February this year. Annual ac-
tivities such as Tag Day which is held to accum-
ulate funds for new equipment, the spring ban-
quet in honor of old members, and "Instrumental
Varietiesn were held with their usual success.
through record-breaking year
SYLVANIA 67 -60 Bowsher
107 -20 Montpelier
109 -18 Bedford
76 -51 Whitmer
89 -37 Cardinal Stritch
Sylvania 4135 Lima Shawnee 5935
92 Ottawa Hills 40
440 yd. dash 51.2
d. relay 1:34.2
1 mile run 4:42.9
2 mile run 10:26.4
120 yd. high 16.0
Shot put 47, 8 35,'
Discus 137, 7
Pole Vault 12' 697 Bob Szalkowski
Above, ,66 graduate Bob Szalkowski proves to be
a vaulting success. Above left, senior Scott Hall,
junior Alan Borsos, and an Ottawa Hills hurdler
hustle to place first, second, and third respectively
in the Sylvania-Ottawa Hills-Montpelier meet.
Left, jim Clase, '66 graduate, snatchcs the baton
from senior Tom Konz and springs to a swift
start in a relay race.
SYLVANIA 4-1 Whitmer
Tennis nets GLL first
2-3 Ottawa Hills
3-2 Ottawa Hills
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Kneeling, from left, Keith Sheidler, Mike Fee-
back, Craig Crego, Rich Turpening, Brian Bailey,
Tom Hall. Standing, Cary Roby, Cene Pease,
Coach Iohn Petterson, Paul Cook, and Larry
Top right, the alertness of '66 graduate Tom
Morrison proves valuable in securing Hrst place
doubles in the CLL match. Right, Rich Turpen-
ing, another '66 graduate, smashes a perfect back-
hand to his Whitmer opponent.
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as golf takes second
Above, senior Bruce Achenbach leans back as he
anticipates a successful putt. Below, senior Cary
Clemons blasts his way out of a sandtrap.
SYLVANIA 20-4 Clay
14- 10 Bedford
13- 12 Whitmer
From left, Coach Tom Cillooly, Terry Zeitner,
Ierry Corliss, Tom Stebbins, Brad Jennings, Bruce
Achenbach, Don Vineyard, Tom Phillips, Bill
Dobbins, Cary Clemons, Tom Brown, and Rob
SHS nine rates first
The Varsity Baseball Team, seated, from left,
Ion Herbster, Ken Vermillion, Art Peterson, Craig
Lohmeyer, Rob Rohweder, Neil Buttermore, Greg
Plant, Howard Hall, Paul Haase. Standing,
Coach Larry Morrison, jeff Chandler, Terry
Raszka, Dave Ringle, Amos Barcus, Mark Simp-
son, Don Ammons, and Bob Browning.
Left, with utmost effort, Amos Barcus strives
to Outrun the speeding baseball, but is thrown
out at first. Below, a poorly timed throw from
the catcher enables Howard Hall to steal third
base. The year 1966 was very successful for
the varsity baseball team. After a slow start
of three losses the team bounced back with
eight straight wins. The Regional Tournament
was the post-season climax. In the first game,
hurler Mark Simpson pitched a no-hitter against
Woodward, while the highest score came in the
11-2 victory over Whitmer. Sylvania posted an
overall of three wins and one loss to win the
Sylvania senior Paul Haase reels a curve to
a tense opponent from St. Francis.
Kneeling, from left, manager Mike Beam, Chris
Waslier, Cary Krichbaum, Mike Oberlin, Ed
Bonkowski, Rick Berendt, Bob Nyitray. Stand-
ing, Coach McDonald, Richard Ruch, john Linds-
ley, Chuck Devenney, Cary Youssef, and Steve
-- Undefeated harriers set SHS
The Cross Country team remained undefeated
with a record of 10-O for the second perfect
season in the SHS Cross Country team's three
years. The team led by co-captains Bill Dobbins
and Mitch Kingsley, also copped the Great Lakes
League championship for the second consecutive
year. Obtaining positions on the Great Lakes
League Cross Country team were Mitch iKngsley,
Rich Ruch, Earl Keefer, Gary EH, and Dave
Haas, who placed first, second, third, fourth, and
sixth respectively. Bill Dobbins, Rob Smith, and
Dave Bell made the second squad for the all-
league team. By placing third in the district,
the SHS thinclads qualified for the regional,
where they gained seventh place. The Iunior
Varsity Cross Country team was also undefeated
during the 1966 season, winning the Anthony
Wayne Invitational Meet and copping the GLL
Right, Brian Michael and Steve King go through
rigid cross country practice. This training re-
sulted in a 10-0 season and a GLL championship.
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Dave Haas, Rob Smith, Mitch Kingsley, Bill Dobbins,
Don Freeborn, Brian Michael, Scott Hall, Tom Konz,
Second Row, Coach Mike Cradcn, Phil Alloy, Fred
Sharp, Bruce Bischoff, Steve King, Bill Weiss, Paul
Kahn, Rich Ruch, Gary Eff, Third Row, Steve Porter,
Don Sandbrink. George France, Terry Edgar, Chris
Metcalf, Earl Kcefer, Fourth Row, Dennis Ernest,
Tom McKcnney, Ken Baum, Eric Johanssen, Ron Ruch,
Randy Smith, Paul Vancil.
record, took GLL championship.
SYLVANIA 20-43 Fostoria
19-40 Bowling Green
Sylvania 21 Lima Shawnee 38
First, Great Lakes League competition
Second, Anthony WVayne Invitational
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Above left, Coach Mike Craden explains running
procedures to the thinclads. Center, The harriers
nervously await the starting gun for the race
which will decide the GLL championship. Left,
Co-captain Mitch Kingsley triumphantly races
to a finish and a new course record of 9:59.
H Cats finish season 3-5-2
Above, Alan Borsos and Deny Hatfield team up
to halt a Maumee opponent. Right, Halfback
Jim Creiner evades a taekler as he picks up
valuable yardage for Sylvania.
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gerald, Steve Berteh, Roger Barrow, Denny Reed, Jim
Creiner, Second Row, Rick Hill, John Hanson, Dennis
Hatfield, John Savory, jim Cook, Dick Anthony, Cary
Blake-man, Steve LaLoncle, Jim Simon, Third Row,
Dale Turner, Pete Zvara, Dick Dombrose, Dave Brown-
ing, Dong Rogers, Don Ammons, Richard Fuller, Todd
Beckman, Dave Ringle, Vern Smith, Fourth Row,
Gene Bish, Tom Rathge, jeff Chandler, jim Lewan,
Doug Thomson, john Zechman, George O'Neill, Iohn
Laman, jim Phipps, and Steve Kretz.
with a tie for third in GLL. ----
SYLVANIA 8-12 Vermillion
8- 2 Port Clinton
14-34 Cardinal Stritch
6- 6 Bowling Green
Left, Co-Captain Dave Pringle grabs in a screen
pass during the Port Clinton contest. Below,
varsity and junior varsity football coaches for
the 1966-67 season were Charles Hickman, Her-
bert Sweebe, George Tombaugh, Theodore Den-
1 nison and head coach Wayne Mauk.
Closing with a tie for third, the varsity gridders
obtained the best GLL standings in recent years.
Leading scorer this year was Alan Borsos, and
Dick Anthony gained the most ground yardage.
Dave Pringle accomplished the longest run of
the season which was 64 yards. Sylvania Wild-
cats making the all-league Iirst team were Steve
LaLonde, John Savory, and Alan Borsos, while
Sylvania members on the second team were
John Hanson, Dave Ringle, and Jim Cook. Deny
Hatfield, John Zechman, Dick Anthony, and Jim
Lewan received honorable mention. With four-
teen lettermen returning next season, the coaches
predict a very good year.
Right, Alan Borsos attempts a tackle as John
Zechman rushes to his aid. Below, Dave Ringle
charges through the opposing line in an opening
cleared by Cary Blakeman and Dick Anthony.
Below right, ready and waiting is Alan Borsos,
prepared to tackle the receiver.
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over the best 1n GLL.
Left, Alan Borsos displays the Wildcat drive as
he charges forward and picks up yardage on an
end sweep. Below, Quarterback Rob Fitzgerald
calls the play as thc SHS huddle breaks. Below
left, Rich Fuller shouts encouragement to the
players as Dave Browning and Todd Beckman
anxiously observe the action.
SYLVANIA 12-12 Port Clinton
12- 0 Bedford
14- 0 Fostoria
8- 0 Clay
8-20 St. Iohn
Above right, charging with the ball, Don Mc-
Intyre is brought down by two Rogers runners.
Above, Dave Harris strains forward in an at-
tempt to block for Chuck Wiltse's charge. Right,
Bob Campbell smashes through to clear a path
for ball-carrier Chuck Wiltse.
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Above, end Russ Harrod waits in readiness for
the quarterbacks call, while Coach Mike Craden
looks on. Right, Chuck Wiltse cuts back to a
space made by blocker Dave Harris.
Junior Varsity Football, bottom row, Tom Smeed, Wayne Third Row, Dave Humphrey, Hank Canham, Terry Bar-
Brown, Sam Mooney, John Lowe, Tim O'Sullivan, Bob bor, Don Mclntyre, Joel Cetzingfer, Dave Harris, Fourth
Campbell, Second Row, Larry Comoll, Denny Dietrich, Row, Dave Stange, Mike Rathge, joe Schuette, Russ
Chuck Wiltse, Ken Kranz, Steve Lewan, Bob Meisner, Harrod, Jay O'Neil, and Ed Sharp.
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Right, all eyes are on Mitch Kingsley as he drib-
blcs down the lloor. Below, co-captains Mitch
Kingsley und Greg Plant receive pre-game instruc-
tions from game referees.
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Bruce Bischoll, Chris Moe, Bob Crowthcrg standing, Miko Jumcs McDonald.
Beam, Russ Strausbuugli, Larry Roby, John Laman, Lee
second in G L L
45 - 52 Rogers
74 - 61 Whitmer
60 - 43 Clay
60 - 73 Woodward
59 - 66 Port Clinton
48 - 52 Scott
66 - 95 Lima Shawnee
49 - 62 Libbey
64 - 53 DeVilbiss
68 - 59 Bedford
43 - 51 Fostoria
43 - 58 Rogers
61 - 53 Whitmer
70 - 56 Clay
65 - 49 Port Clinton
65 - 51 Fostoria
74 - 73 Bedford
' 53 - 55 Scott
Above left, Larry Roby fires the ball despite inter-
ference from his XVhit1ner opponent. Left, jeff
Crandell appears to have the advantage over his
Rogers counterpart in a jump ball. Above, Bill
Dobbins watches tensely as Lee Bavenscroft
rushes to the aid of Bruce Bischoff.
Dedication pays off
Closing its 1966-67 season, Sylvania's varsity bas-
ketball team placed second in the Great Lakes
League with a record of S-4. Coached by Mr.
james McDonald, the team chose Greg Plant and
Mitch Kingsley as its co-captains. Despite having
onl one returning letterman, Bill Dobbins, the
XVilIdcats surprised their opposition with their
rapid development. Receiving top honors at the
basketball banquet were Greg Plant, Bill Dobbins,
and Larry Roby. Eight members of the team, five
of whom will be returning next year, also re-
ceived letters. A highlight of the season was the
Bedford game, in which Mitch Kingsley made a
basket in the last seven seconds to give Sylvania
a one-point victory and sole possession of a second
berth in the GLL. The Wfildcats were defeated
in their first round in the tournaments by Scott
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Above right, Bruce Bischoff tries to spot an open-
ing through the outstretched arms of Rogers de-
fender, Gary Stewart. Above, Bob Crowther drib-
bles away from the menacing hand of a Whitmer
defender. Right, Greg Plant receives a welcome
from teammates in pre-game introductions.
for Winning Wildcats.
Clockwise, as his Rogers opponent guards him,
Bill Dobbins shoots the ball to a teammate. Mitch
Kingsley takes a long jump shot from the top of
the key as Jeff Crandell makes a break for the
basket to cover thc rebound. Lee Ravenscroft en-
counters Cary Stewart in an attempt to recover
the ball off the backboard. Cary Barcus strains
for two points in the Sylvania-Whitmer game.
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more team attempt to add points to the score.
Left, unguarded for a moment, Dennis Raszka
fUfli0r Varsity Basketlmll, standing, Jerry Wamsher, Krctz, Chet Roby, Dennis Raszka, Dave Schicb. Kneeling,
Glenn Lukacs, Bill Edinger, Ron Comstock, Chuck Steve Schneider, Coach Larry Morrison, and Dave Kelly.
Wiltse, Greg Grant, Tom Stebbins, Ken Kranz, Steve
for skill, teamwork
Sophomore Basketball, Guion Ray, Jack Herod, Ed
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Elden takes aim. Above right, Geof Grant waits
alertly for the toss-up. Right, Ed Holler ends his
drive with a basket.
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Coached by Mr. Iohn Smith, Sylvania's varsity
wrestlers Wrapped up the season with a 3-4-1
record. Some of the team's achievements include
placing third in the Great Lakes League tourna-
ment, fourth in the eight-team 1Vhitmer tourna-
ment, and fourth of seventy-eight teams in the dis-
trict. Leading the team in wins were Steve La-
Londe and Iim Greiner who placed fourth in
state competition. The junior varsity wrestlers,
coached by Mr. Ned Lattimore, finished the sea-
son With an 8-2-0 overall record.
19 - 22 Northwood
7 - 33 Rogers
25 - 16 Clay
19 - 19 Whitlner
26 - 17 Port Clinton
36 - 16 Fostoria ,
11 - 25 St. Francis 20
15 - 22 Bedford
Right, Steve LaLonde controls his opponent with 1 ft'f L
a double arm bar. i
Varsity VVrestling, kneeling, Don Taylor, Jim Creiner, John Smith, Greg Leitner, Steve LaLonde, John Austin,
Cary Fink, Fred Czaja, Denny Heed, stuncling, Coach Mike Sullivan, Jesse Rodriguez, and Dick Anthony.
at state IHCGI.
Left, struggling to bring his opponent clown and
win points, john Austin twists his face in pain.
Below, jim Creiner relaxes while waiting for his
Junior Varsity YVrcslling, kneeling, Tom Kulmlmeh, ner, Dean Scott, Kim Hyde, Ray Blackford, and Vern
Todd Tllonms, lid Slnup, XVuyne llc-ss, joe Ct-tzingerg Smith.
slzmding, Couch Ned Lalttimore, Earl Keister, john Rent-
Top row, Tara Broadway and Cheryl Bartels.
Center row, Wendy Fetters, Bonnie Suddath,
and Nancy Wieczorek. Right, Sally Eickholt.
enthusiastic response from fans
ing each athletic season.
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Above, accompanying the kick-off with a vibrant
chant are from left, Tara Broadway, Nancy
VVieczorek, Bonnie Suddath, VVendy Fetters,
Peggy Erdody, "Wildcat," and Sally Eickholt.
Center, llunior Varsity cheerleaders, from left,
Gini Mil er, Iill Christopher, Carol Smith, Diane
Travis, Sue Tifft, Terry McSorley, and Shirley
LoFiego. Left, Wendy Fetters, Sally Eickholt,
and Peggy Erdody arrange pom-poms for the
cheer "VVin," while waiting for the pep assembly
"Good luck, boys!" is the familiar cry sounded
by the Sylvania VVildcat cheerleaders In the
spring approximately one hundred girls perform
at tryouts for a position on the varsity or junior
varsity squad. Six regular cheerlc aders and two
alternates chosen for each squad promote school
spirit throughout the student body Under the
supervision of Mrs. Sharon Gilchrist the girls
meet each Wednesday to practice synchronizing
their skills for presentation at pep assemblies
boniires, and games. For then efforts the cheer
leaders are honored at the sports banquet end
G ni classes relax tensions
Emphasizing effort rather than ability, each gym
class commenced with ten minutes of warm-up
exercises to relax tight muscles. By combining
talents girls developed techniques in field hockey
and tennis, while boys engaged in rigorous games
of football and baseball. VVhen cold weather ar-
rived gym classes settled down to prepare for
Co-Ed Capers, the annual gymnastic exhibition.
Many girls found the apparatus in the health
room helpful in keeping in shape through the
snowy months. Likewise, boys received a lift
in spirit by working with weights.
Above, it's two against one before the teacher
comes out as Todd Thomas and Pete Zvara give
Brian Bailey a hard time. Right, Dave Bradley
smashes a backhand across to gain a point.
Above, Henry Wilke, Bob Ackerman, and Phil
Tillotson observe as two classmates exhibit their
wrestling skills on the mats.
of daily studies.
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Above right, seniors Carla McCann, Barb Stutts
and Mary Kulwicki look on as junior Sally Eick-
holt urges the volleyball over the net. Above,
a slightly unorthodox shooting maneuver is em-
ployed by Don Ammons held by Phil Alloy, as
Bill Weiss watches in astonishment. Left, temp-
tation overcomes Mrs. Clase as she tries to prevent
Above left, tension rises as Barb Stutts, Sally
Eickholt, and Mary Kulwicki rush to keep the
ball alive. Above right, Linda Dickson sets up
the ball in a rapid volley. Above, exercises
keep intramural participants in shape.
bolster team spirit. -
Clockwise from bottom left, Carolyn Kalmbach,
Patty Io Sturton, and Ava Sampsell demonstrate
their methods of delivery in after-school bowling.
Every year the Girls Athletic Association spon-
sors several extracurricular activities which in-
clude volleyball and basketball intramurals and
the bowling leagues. Every Tuesday after school
in the gym, intramurals are scheduled by the
Girls' athletic instructor, Mrs. Catherine Clase.
Teams are organized by the girls themselves and
consist of 10 players each. XVednesday afternoon,
Sylvania girls met at the front entrance of the
school and boarded a bus to either Ottawa or
Imperial Lanes. Each bowling team, comprised
of live players, competed in three games weekly.
Rotation of lanes and teams every Wednesday
provided new competition. At the end of the
year, trophies are awarded to the highest scorers.
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Right, Kathy Liden and Alice Lapanszky join
forces against dirt at the AFS car Wash. Below,
Esen shares tales of her homeland, Turkey, with
senior Greg Plant. Below right, American in-
fluence is evident as Esen accepts a piece of pie
from Carla McCann at the Spaghetti Dinner.
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as Esen joins the ranks.
Above, Esen Mutluay brings the mystique of
Turkey to the halls of Sylvania.
Above left, Ellen Sheneiield, chairman of the
AFS committee, outlines the goals of the organi-
zation for the student body. Above, Esen de-
rives great pleasure from a football game-a
new experience for her.
Opening the events of American Field Service
Week was an AFS assembly October 3. Esen
Mutluay, Sylvania's exchange student, and Ellen
Shenefleld, head of the AFS committee at Syl-
vania, gave speeches stressin the importance
of the program and its rewari. Tuesday night
the AFS'ers sponsored a spaghetti dinner in the
high school cafeteria. Ending the week's activi-
ties was a car wash held to raise funds for Syl-
vania's AFS committee. Members of the com-
mittee pitched in and washed cars at the Mara-
thon station on the corner of Monroe and Main.
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Right, reigning over "A Wild Knight in a Castle"
was the 1966 Homecoming Queen Bonnie Sud-
dath. Below left, senior Dave Reynolds and his
"Catmobile" won first prize in the newly-estab-
lished car decorating contest. Below right, the
1966 Homecoming Court and their escorts were
Kathe Tifft und Doug Thomson, Chris Abbott
and ,66 graduate Ieif Kenworthy, Debbie Chit-
wood and Greg Plant, and Nancy Wieczorek
and Rich Fuller. Queen Bonnie was escorted by
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Above left, an unknown well-wisher left his
mark on the 1966 Homecoming float created by
ambitious seniors. Above, Bruce Greenwald and
Lorraine Hobbs swing to the music of The Serfs.
Left, Becky Bjork serves punch to Glen Long
and his date.
Devising several new festivities, the class of
1967 sponsored Homecoming 1966. For the first
time a semi-formal dance was held on Saturday
night in the cafeteria with refreshments and the
musical entertainment of the Serfs. Another in-
novation was the organization of a car decorating
contest in which participating students festooned
their cars and displayed them before the game.
A group of boys built the "Catmobile," driven
by Dave Reynolds, which won first place in the
competition. The VVildcats won the homecoming
game for the first time since 1958, while accom-
plishing another goal by beating Clay for the
first time in ten years. Queen Bonnie Suddath
was crowned at the half-time ceremonies by foot-
ball co-captains John Savory and Dave Ringle.
Variety show, i'Best of Broadway "
Above, seniors Dick Ries and Pam Maludy
teamed-up to emcee the show. Above right, Cin-
flcrfella, Sandy Helberg, and Claudia Clutz, Tara
Broadway, were married by the Rabbi, Don Sand-
brink, in the prize-winning senior class rendition
of "Cinderella.,' Middle right, jill Krotzeris ver-
sion of "The Girl from Ipanemav won recognition
for her as the most talented performer. Below
right, Diane Reineck added foreign Hair with "El
Preso Numero Nuevev as Nancy Ewing accom-
panied her on the guitar.
reveal hidden talent.
This year the annual Student Council variety
show experienced a successful one-night stand.
The theme, "A Grimm Night at SHS," was comi-
cally carried out by all three competing classes.
The senior skit, "Ginderfella," a fractured fairy
tale written by Sandy Helberg, took top honors in
the interclass competition. The sophomores and
juniors added to the hilarity of the evening with
their presentations, "Gretel and Hansel" and
"Granny VVhite and the Seven Furdsv respective-
ly. The award for the best talent was given to
jill Krotzer, while Sandy Helberg was honored
for presenting the best comedy act. The Speech
Departments variety show, "Best of Broadway,"
was an innovation in the school's entertainment
scheme. Two elderly people, played by Debbie
Rodebaugh and Fred Wleiss, in a New York park
setting provided the unifying force of the pro-
gram. Outstanding musical renditions by mem-
bers of the cast, exciting dance routines, and an
effective characterization in a number called
"Honey Bun" highlighted the performances.
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Above left, Ray Graumlich, Dick Ries, Bruce
Ekstrom, and Dale Turner show the importance
of self-confidence in "Heart" Left, Linda Anthon
sings "Honey Bun" to native girl John Zeckman
while Bruce Eckstrom looks on. Above, Kathy
Liden is "Sixteen Going on Seventeen," Dick
Ries is "older and wiser," but still. apprenhensive.
- Hilarit prevails
Directed by student teacher Miss Elaine Cubics,
the Public Speaking II class presented Her Fatal
Beauty, or A Shopgirfs Honor, Tuesday, Novem-
ver 8. In this one-act drama, Noble Humdinger
is unable to resist Millie Blossomis extreme beau-
ty, despite the fact that she is only a lowly shop-
girl, however, his mother will not let him forget
that he is engaged to Victoria Manning, a disdain-
ful debutante. Although Millie and Noble are in
love, Mrs. I-Iumdinger has no intention of letting
her son condescend to the level of Millie Blossom.
After a strug le with the villainous Courtenay
Kenilworth, who plans to escape to South Ameri-
ca with Millie, Noble successfully persuades his
mother to approve his betrothal to Millie.
HER FATAL BEAUTY
Millie Blossom . , .,... . . Linda Anthon
Courtenay Kenilworth , ,... Phil Alloy
Charles Rcdfcrn . . . . . . . . Sandy I-Ielberg
Terry Maple . . . . . , ........ Lori Singer
Lucy Manvillc ..., . , , . Dominique Dinouart
Noble Humclinger ..,.. . , , .... Fred VVeiss
Mrs. Alberta Humdinger , .. ,. jill Krotzer
Victoria Manning ...., . Kathy Bodendorfer
Clockwise, starting above right, Linda Anthon,
in the role of Millie Blossom, confesses her un-
dying devotion to Noble Humdinger, enacted
by Fred Weiss. Phil Alloy, cast as the villain,
Courtenay Kenilworth, is "foiled againv as half
of his moustache comes unglued. Sandy Helberg
personifies Charles Redfern, a cigar-smoking, ec-
centric, old man. Hero Noble Humdinger explains
his reluctance to marry Victoria Manning, played
by Kathy Bodendorfer, to Mrs. Alberta Hum-
dinger, his mother, portrayed by Iill Krotzer.
in farcieal melodramas.
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The Ami Blfflkfll-S'f, enacted by the Drama Club
on February 1-1, illustrates the narrow line sep-
arating the sane and insane. Robert T. Long,
interested in visiting an insane asylum, places an
advertisement in the newspaper expressing this
Upon reading the advertisement, boarding
manager Mr. Jones conceives "thc joke of
centuiyf' Inviting Mr. Long to visit his "asy-
H Mr. Iones plans to exploit the idiosynerasies
of his boarders, making them appear insane. By
flattery and playing upon the vanity and ambi-
tion of his boarders, Mr. Iones effectively creates
the atmosphere of an asylum, complete with an
authentic medium, movie star, and artist.
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Above, Mrs, Hill, depicted by Lorrie Oberlin,
quivers from unsteady nerves as she accepts mail
from her husband, acted by Ray Craumlich.
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Miss Green ,. ,. Pat Lucan
Mr. Long ,. .. . . ,. , Sandy Helberg
Above left, jokester Mr. Smith, portrayed by Marc
Smythe, surveys his scheme as Debbie Rode-
baugh as Lizzie professes platonic love for Mr.
Long, played by Sandy Helberg. Above, indif-
ferent Mr. Roberts, enacted by Gary Kriehbaum,
consumes his morning feast. Above right, Darlene
Miller as Miss Smith, an amaeur actress, attempts
to impress all with her capacity for the stage.
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Counterclockwise, starting below, Reigning as
Queen of the Junior Prom was Cheryl Bartels.
Her court consisted of Sally Eickholt, Patty Paul,
Ann Fisher, and Carol Chevalier.
warms Wm ter evening.
Magnolia trees and colonial columns carried out
the theme of the Junior Prom. For two months
previous to the cold December night, chairmen
and their committees worked toward the dead-
line of 8:30 p.m., December 3. Co-chairmen of
the decorations committee worked hard to con-
vey the theme "Gone With the VVind," suggested
by Marc Smythe. Iunior boys handled the elec-
tion for the queen as well as the search for suit-
able entertainment. Observing tradition, the
sophomore class officers served the refreshments
that junior girls had prepared.
Left, Io Bacon and Todd Thomas wait anxiously
for the queen to be announced. Below, Janis
Ott and Bob Meeker exchange comments over
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Above right, participating in the reception line,
Martha Homey leaves Mr. Lowell Steffens to Wel-
come Dr. Norman Sedlander. Above, Dr. Robert
Buell, of the University of Toledo, gives the in-
troductory speech at the second annual sym-
posium. Right, Dr. Richard Alexander, an expert
on crickets, explains details of his work to Randy
symposmm, qu1z bowl.
The dynamic 1966-67 quiz bowl team shaped up
quickly under the direction of its adviser, Mr.
XVilliam Holfinger. Members practiced two nights
weekly, concentratin f on overall review and em-
phasizing quick recalll. In the contests, televised
on YV SPD TV, the SHS team defeated Waite and
Whitmer, its first two opponents. The second
annual I-Quester Science Symposium, under the
supervision of Mr. Lewis XVhitman, offered in-
terested students the opportunity to meet men
of national renown in their particular fields. After
an introduction by Dr. Robert Buell of Toledo
University, the topics of the morning speeches in-
cluded lizards, crickets, and NASA. The after-
noon speeches concemed pollution and the noble
gas compounds. Following the lectures, students
asked questions and delved more deeply into the
respective fields in small discussion groups.
Above, Caryl Gottlieb and Cathie Lutter answer
Coach WVilliam HolHnger's questions during an
after-school drill. Center, Quiz Bowl Team, bot-
tom row, regular members Ioan Weinstein, Dave
Reynolds, Cathie Lutter, and Chuck Zunk. Sec-
ond row, alternates Frieda Goldman, Tim Wick-
erman, and Caryl Gottlieb. Not pictured are
Kathy Bodendorfer and Bruce Achenbach. Left,
Chuck Zunk and Dave Reynolds endeavor to re-
pair the buzzers, a frequent job for these two
Mfjffef r Xlzifff
Above left, Barb Anderson, Sue Appleby, Kris
Williams, and Mary Kulwicki run the risk of
heartburn. Above right, seniors grab for the
"vitality drink" as junior Randy johnson waits
on tables. Center, Santa made his annual appear-
ance with his usual bag of goodies. Right, John
Savory takes time-out for the "pause that re-
at annual breakfasts.
n volunteer male faculty members
Mr. Laman, above left, Mr. Edinger, leftg and
Mr. Blakeman, above, were among the male fac-
ulty members who willingly dispensed with their
daily routines and donned white jackets and caps
E0 serve hungry students at the Magazine Brea -
The second event sponsored by the senior class
was its annual breakfast. All participating sen
iors were served eggs, sausage, rolls and milk
A daring tgroup of junior boys skillfully balanced
plates as ey waited on the hung semors En
tertainment was provided by San y Helberg in
a humorous monologue about Christmas Add
ing excitement to the breakfast was Santa Claus
who entered with a burst of laughter reward
ing good seniors with candy canes The maga
zine breakfast, October 19, was offered as a
reward to the expert student salesmen whose
individual sales exceeded ten dollars The break
L fast of juice, milk, and rolls was served by
Karen Hires served as treasurer of her sophomore
class. As a senior, she was Student Council treas-
urer. Karen's other interests included choir, GAA,
I-Questers, and National Honor Society.
A cheerleader for three years, Bonnie Suddath
reigned over 1966 Homecoming. Also a member
of Student Council, she served as its secretary as
a junior. Bonnie was a member of choir, CAA,
Drama, Modern Language Club, and NHS.
Another three-year cheerleading veteran, Tara
Broadway also served as senior class secretary
and treasurer of the Orchestra Council. Her re-
maining time was taken up by GAA, Camera
Club, and Leaders Club.
Seniors e ect
Lack of recognition for those who contributed
most to their class and school in leadership, activi-
ties, citizenship, scholarship, and sportsmanship
prompted the creation of the Chief Wyan-Prin-
cess Dotte tradition nearly twenty years ago.
Seniors this year chose Bill Dobbins as 1967
Chief Wyan, the outstanding male classmate.
Bill participated in a diversified range of Sylvania
High School activities. Much of his spare time
was consumed by the oilice of president of both
his junior and senior classes. Showing talent
athletically, Bill played golf as a sophomore, var-
sity basketball during his junior and senior years,
and ran cross country. Scholastically, he was a
member of National Honor Society, and of I-
Questers since his sophomore year. Bill has dis-
played his musical abilities with three years of
outstanding class representatives.
Olivia Compton, elected as Princess Dotte by
the senior class, is the 1967 choice for a custom
that began in 1948. Olivia's many contributions to
the school were channeled through Student Coun-
cil. Active since her sophomore year, she was
vice-president as a junior, and president and
Toledo Area Student Council vice-president dur-
ing her senior year. Olivia spent a summer in
Ecuador as a member of the Americans Abroad
program, and was the American sister of this
year's foreign exchange student, Esen Mutluay.
She was a member of I-Questers, Modern Lan-
guage Club, and Council on WVorld Affairs, as
well as both National Honor Society and National
Forensic League. Olivia also participated in
Latin Club, Speech, CAA, and Drama during
her high school career.
Coming from Pemberville's Eastwood High,
Mitch Kingsley has shown outstanding achieve-
ments in basketball, track, and cross country on
the GLL, district, and state levels. His other ac-
tivities included choir, Youth for Christ, and
National Honor Society.
John Hanson has also directed his spirit through
athletics. Both Varsity "S" and Senior Hi-Y
claimed him as president. In his three years at
Sylvania, John has displayed his ability in basket-
ball. football. and track.
Noted for his class loyalty and committee work,
Doug XVamsher played a major role in the con-
struction of the 1966 Homecoming float. Doug
has been active in both Hi-Y and Student Coun-
cil since his sophomore year.
D namic seniors merit
Above right, from left, recipients of scholarships,
grants, and loans are Catliie Lutter, Denison, Bill
Dobbins, Albion and a National Defense Loan,
Ann Enright, Hillsdale and lVooster, Lindsay
Shaner, XVittcnbergg and Dominique Dinouart,
Kalamazoo. Above, Karen Stevens received a
scholarship from Toledo Beauty Academy. Iean
Crodi won financial aid from XVamer Beauty Col-
lege. Right, from left, National Merit Finalists
are Chuck Zunk, Cathie Lutter, and Dave Reyn-
Left, Dennis Crowell and Dave Reynolds both
received renewable scholarships from Purdue
University. Below, this yearls participants in
Student Government Day, 21 Toledo Area Stu-
dent Council and YMCA sponsored project, were
Mitch Kingsley, Caryl Gottlieb, Bev Fleming,
and Dave Reynolds.
Today is now, 1967 is with us at this
moment, but it quickly wanes. Ambitious
and inventiveness reveal unused paths and
focus our minds on different viewpoints.
New experiences will alter our memories
of this year, reshaping our interpretation.
As we expand and develop, We will con-
tinue to regard 1967 in an ever-changing
focuses on Sylvania, 1967
Men's and Boys' Conventional Haircutting
Hair Styling Hair Coloring
Razor Cutting Hair Pieces, Any Style
Hair Straightening and Construction
Hair Permanents Manicurist
Phone 479-7336 For Appointment
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2715 W. Central
In Kenwood Gardens
FRANKLIN PARK SOHIO
SUBURBAN CHEVROLET COMPANY
5880 Monroe at
Chevrolet Cars and
Parts and Service
'OUR REPUTATION RIDES WITH YOU"
Our Sfeaks Are So Tender
We Wonder How The Sleer Ever Walked
JOHN and VI KROTZER
KROTZER'S STEAK HOUSE
4782 Monroe Slreei' Toledo, Ohio
SYLVANIA ART CENTER
Ohio's Most Complete Line of Prints
Aquatints, Mezzatints, Barbizons, Antique Prints,
Engraving Original Etchings
341-3571 34143750 IMPORTED OIL PAINTINGS COMPLETE LINE
mhg pafglggg mgndgfg FRAMES PAINTINGS-oLD DRAWINGS
882-5946 841-4083 882-5882 Oval-BOUT-Any Size-Any Design-
ny Type Wood
X Custom Framing-Matting-Glass Cut To Any
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HOWARD MOTOR SALES, INC.
I "Y ur Fri ndl
CARS 1-Quang A Foid Deoiery
6517 Momoe Street
PARK and MAUSOLEUM
Serving Sylvonio ond Northwest
Ohio Since i922
ELDEN RANCH ESTATES
"In the heart of Sylvonios
finest residential section."
Contractor - Builder - Developer
John Elden 882-3732
Bill Elden 841-5265
A NAME TO REMEMBER
IN TIME OF NEED
2310 jefferson Ave.
3815 Sylvania Ave.
Helen Foth Dortmeyer
Emery W. Dortmeyer
When you can't find it, TRY HARRY'S
English Riding Apparel CGirl's Sz Boys'D
Speedo Bathing Suits fCirls' Br Boys'l
Team Orders in Sportswear
2142 W. Central, in the Colony
HAPPINESS IS ,fumuthes
A LEISURELY HOUR IN THE ml - "
518 E. Wooster Bowling Green, Ohio
JOHN GETZ'S BARBER SHOP
4869 Monroe Street
GR 5-5 I98
To The Senior Class
of 1967 . . .
We Hope We Pleased
We Would like
to Serve You
Por+rai1's by Specialisls
in fhe Ari' of Expression
H. A. POWELL STUDIOS
2495 Collingwood Blvd. Toledo, Ohio
CH 4- I 465
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COMSTOCK AND COVENTRY
Fine Furnifure and Carpei'
6404 Monroe S+ree+ 882-2406
Rubini Motors, Inc.
5824 Dorr Street
at Holland-Sylvania Road
PARTS SERVICE SALES
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FAMOUS FOR CANTONESE
Luncheons - Dinners - Steaks - Chops
Orders to Take Out
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
Open 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
7 days a week
4552 Monroe Near Secor
EDDY'S GAS AND OIL
"Your Warm Friends"
Iim Ruttan Earl Ruttan
NEW TRIUMPH SPITFIRE MKII
Over I2 feet Iong, speed over 90 m.p.h., disc brakes
independent suspension, roII-up windows-now only
ir MERCURY i COMET
-I' TRIUMPH iv ENGLISH Form
5758 N. MAIN STREET SYLVANIA, O. 882-7I7I
JOSEPH'S SUPER MARKETS
Home owned, Home operated
A FRIENDLY PLACE TO SHOP
Complete Insurance Service
HEALTH and ACCIDENT
4427 Talmadge Road
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS
FEED 8. PET SUPPLY
6144 West Central Ave.
Phone - 841-4111
SYLVESTER MATERIAL COMPANY
Materials of all types
Sandstone, wash gravel delivered
NICHOLAS H. ALTER GREENHOUSE
Geraniums, Flowering Pot Plants,
and Bedding Plants tor the
4554 Whitetord Road
Toledo 23, Ohio
THE SENIOR CLASS OF '67
FRED W. BOSTLEMAN
410 Ryder Road
WESTHAVEN SHOE REPAIR
You've Heard Of . . .
VAN'S COLONIAL HOUSE
"We Invite You To Try Our Hospitality,
Our Food and Our Service . . . They're
4895 Monroe St. Phone 474-2161
3880 Secor Road, corner ot Monroe Street
GR 9-4407 GR 9-4408
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
Pay Utility BiIIs Here
Between Dorr and Bancroft
Swimming and Dancing
TO THE CLASS OF '67
Compliments Of A Friend
Our Deluxe Car Wash
99c With cas F111-Up
99c With Dry Cleaning
Free with Every Accumulated
29 Gallons of Gas, Anytime
Talmadge at Monroe
Russ Truman Invites You . .
. . . to Sample the "Goodies"
HICKORY FARMS STORE
1021 North Reynolds Road 531-5351
KENNEDY REALTY CO.
DON KENNEDY, REALTOR
Member Toledo Real Estate Board
Suburban - Farms - City
Home -- General Insurance
5225 Silica Drive
Come in soon...and often! We welcome every chance
to give that "extra measure" of service!
Yes, we look forward to serving you, whether it's only
making change, cashing a check or answering a financial
Wherever you live, or wherever your business, there's a
nearby Sylvania Savings drive-in with complete, full
Savings accounts, checking accounts, auto loans, home
improvement loans, personal loans, mortgage loans, bank-
ing-by-mail, safe deposit boxes.
You'll find all of these services and many more at any of
our branches. Come in--use them!
All offices open 4 to
6 Fridays, Saturdays
'til 12 noon.
7 Convenient Offices
To Serve You
SYLVANIA BOWLING LANES
5619 Main Street
Walking distance from school
Open Bowling All Day and
CARROLL MOTOR SALES
BUICK - PONTIAC
5470 SOUTH MAIN SYLVANIA, OHIO
Evenings on Saturdays 882-2547
Special Rates for Students
FROM TO THE
'E CLASS OF '67
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MIM o"o'k"f junior Miss and Ladies Wear
W," A Suburban Look for Charm in the City
ROSE FLOOR COVERING
For Fine Carpets
4048 Alexis Road
Wear Knicely Kleaned Klothes
6433 Monroe Sheet Sylvania, Ohio
'67 Sylvania High Graduates
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"Flee to Fleeger's for your Needs"
7828 WEST BANCROFT 0 TOLEDO, OHIO 436
TELEPHONE: 841-5411 AC 14191
BlSCHOFF'S FOOD CENTER, INC. x
2940 Sylvania Ave.. Corner of Elmhursl' 4? CONGRATULATIONS!
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Open Daily 9 A.M. +o 9 P.M. 'lffl'--iglifgffg Sylvania Seniors
Complete Line of New or Rebuilt Parts
5675 Main St. Sylvania, Ohio
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cso. r. - az sons
A Bffllllfiflll Funeral Home Wizlz Complete Privacy For Eaclz Family . . .
Where Prices Are Reasonable
Telephone 882-2033 AMBULANCE SERVICE Sylvania, Ohio
DELAN EY TRAILER SALES
Mobile Homes of Quality
5373 Monroe Street
Offset ISI Letterpress
DOORS Q TRIM Q PIYWOOD Q FLOORING Q LUMBER
GIIIISSLAIIII MAIIIIFAIITUIIIIIII GIIMPAIIY, ING. HARDWARE
WoRLD's FINEST MAINTENANCE AND SANITARY CHEMICALS
10009 EAST TOLEDO ROAD
BLISSFIELD. MICHIGAN E N T N E R
LUMBER 8. SUPPLY C0
Telephone Blissfield 486-3310
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5537 Monroe Street 0 Sylvania, Ohio 0 882-'llbl
BICYCLE and LAWNMOWER
Sylvonio Bicycle Shop
6704 Monroe St.
"Amc7'ica's Fastest Growing Chemical Company"
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and llbrous glass products 249
5630 Main 5062 Dorr
Sylvania, Ohio Reynolds Corners
Q E ,STAURANT
MARIGARDE - SYLVANIA
4111 Holland-Sylvania Road
Accredited by the Ioint
Commission on the Accreditation
THE BEST IN QUALITY
AT REASONABLE PRICES
Parking in Rear
3992 Monroe at Central
MEDUSA PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY
P. O. Box 3I0
Personalized ld I
Hair Styling, Cutting, LINDAU REXALL
Hair Straightening, M57-GIS
Permanent Waving PRESCRIPTIONS
L Hallmark Cards Russel Stover Candies
2544 Centennial Road 841-5012 5645 Main St' Sylvania- Ohio
BlLL'S DRIVE-IN CLEANERS 84 LAUNDRY
4105 West Alexis Road
MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
Shirts - Sheets
GENE'S SOHIO SERVICE
Brakework Phone 244-5827
Holland-Sylvania Sr Harroun Roads
Insurance for your Home
Sylvania Savings Bank Building
882-4141 Sylvania, Ohio
Time 8: Temperature Control
Sales 6: Service
P.O. Box 351
606 Lagrange Street
Imported and Domestic Yams
WORKS CO., INC.
54IO Monroe and Loskey Road
THE KNITTING BAG, INC.
in Country Square
882-4246 5800 Monroe St. 882-5673
"Let us tend to your knitting"
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MARGE'S FLOWER SHOP
GILL ASPHALT 8.
Co., Flowers for all Occasions
Corsages and arrangements expertly designed
5468 Monroe Street at Whitetord
Oflice Gr Yards 3510 Centennial Road
Asphalt Contracting 6r Excavating
Asphalt for Commercial Br Industrial Use
Parking Lots, Roadways, etc. W A y H
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One of Toledo's Finest Bowling Centers
4155 Talmadge CR 9-7455
Offset Printing - Direct Mail
Addressograph - Packaging
W. H. KBILLJ POOLE
Quality Service better
Poole's Pri.nting and Office Services, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Ohio
1205 Ch l' S Tld,Ohi
amp am treet 0 e 0 0 """f"""' 3970 Catawba Street, Toledo, Ohio
First National Bank of Toledo
Sylvania Ojiee 5833 Monroe Street
4 Ijfoleclo, ohio-Telephone: ss:-sasa
2845 W. Central at Chettenham
2150 S. Byrne at Heatherdowns
DOG HOUSE RESTAURANT
Always Open -Always Good Food
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6426 Monroe Street
36 Brunswick Lanes
5505 Wesl Cenfral Avenue
The Mosl Beauliful Recreahon and
Dining Cenler in 'rhe Midwest"
Our 77th year in business
"We believe in Sylvania"
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Our Aim ls To Please YOU
DAWLEY'S SOH IO
6482 Monroe St. Sylvania, Ohio
Phone -- 882-9942
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Today s classrooms furnish knowledge that will help
in tomorrow s world. Thats why Toledo Edison
urges employees to improve their skills abilities and
mental grox th through company-sponsored educa-
tion and training programs such as:
EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PLANS
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT COURSES
SPECIAL ON THE ,IOB TRAINING AND STUDY
But. we also encourage other people to continue
their education so they can qualify for i crea.ingly
important jobs such as those at Toledo Edison.
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ALVIN YOUNG, JR.
Best Wishes to the Class of '67
Class of '5 I
ALVIN YOUNG. JR.
THE NEWELL B. NEWTON CO.
1010 Jackson sr.
Oflice Supplies 6: Fumiture
Austin Hall - Jon Poast
ART RADIO AND T.V.
Expert Service - All Makes and Models
Art Sattler Stan Chandler
5468 Monroe Street
Toledo 23, Ohio
ein-to Lutheran Brotherhood
Life and Health Insurance for g-Ll Lulherans
IRVIN SANDBRINK AGENCY
4839 Robinson Road
Class of 1967
VILLAGE SHOP, INC.
2863 North Reynolds Road
Toledo 15, Ohio
KOEPFER HARDWARE COMPANY
5629 Main Street
Scott Lawn Products
Best Wishes To The Class Of 1967
MICKI LANE SHOP
3205 W. Central Avenue
"Clothes for the junior
miss our specialtyl'
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EMPIRE MASON RY CO.
3413 McCord Road
When you think of lumber, think of us.
KELSEY 81 FREEMAN
Lumber Dealers Since l856
6622 Maplewood Ave.
GIFFORD H. FINE 81 HOWARD GRAHAM
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
I505 Jefferson Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43624
Telephone CH 3-6273
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sPEclAuzEo ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING ana DESIGNING 6616 Mgm-oe Street
306 DURA AVE v TOLEDO, OHIO 43612 - PHONE 479 7381 AREA CODE 419
LEO A. GRANT, P.E.
Featuring the latest in men's
fashions and stylings
The Wyandotte Staff
The Students of Sylvania
Wish To Extend
Their Sincere Appreciation
To The Advertisers and Patrons
Of The 1967 Wyandotte
IMPERIAL COFFEE SHOP
Where the customer is king
6008 W. Central
Good Place to Shop
For Your Dog's Needs
THE DOGGIE MOTEL
555I Monroe Street 882-5l78
SAUTTER'S FOOD CENTER
55I9 South Main
Sells Only U.S.D.A. Graded Choice Meats
Select Your Cuts and Enjoy the Finest Meats in Town
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IBI4 JEFFERSON AVENUE
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A COMPLETE SCHDCIL DF CDEMETDLDGY
GLADIEUX CORPORATION 0 TOLEDO, OHIO
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HOLIDAY INN - NORTH
Manhattan Blvd. at the
HOLIDAY INN - SOUTH
at the Ohio Tumpike
HOLIDAY INN - WEST
Reynolds Road at the
Central at Secor
Telegraph at Alexis
PARK PLACE RESTAURANT
Willis Day Industrial Park
Toledo Express Airport
MID - CITY MOTEL
CURTIN and PEASE, INC.
Advertising and Marketing
2725 North Reynolds Road
Toledo, Ohio 43624
There should be a "LOT" in your future!
Cgrey Woods Westchester Woods
Sylvania Park Heather Estates
Carranor Woods Forest View Park
THE QUALITY MARK
TO LOOK FOR
4 TOLEDO 2, OHIO
What a wonderful Open W0l'lCl
M595 IN U-5-N Have you noticed schools like this on your travels?
Probably, because new buildings are springing up everywhere.
They are beautiful and functional structures with large
gla-ss areas to create an "open-world" atmosphere to
Wherever you live, work, shop
or travel, you'll find L'O'F
Glass making it more enjoy-
able. In homes, motels, schools
and stores. In offices and fac-
tories. In hospitals and church-
es. In cars, buses, trains and
There's an L-O'F Glass that
insulates windows. It's called
Thermopaneff? insulating glass.
Another subdues sun heat and
glare. L'O'F Glass that makes
automobiles safer. L'O'F Glass
to do a thousand things.
And when anyone needs glass,
there's an authority on it
nearby-your local indepen-
dent L'0'F Glass Distributor
or Dealer. His name is in the
telephone book Yellow Pages
under "Glass", Call him.
eliminate the feeling of being boxed in.
Laboratories, shops and studyrooms
are separated from twin classroom
buildings by a broad, central court,
Ithaca Senior High School, Ithaca,
N.Y. Architects: Perkins Sz Will,
White Plains, N.Y.
DaphZaf1?1gMdc!1l7zes and Supplzies
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SPIRIT DUPLICATORS ILQFKYTQN
I RONEO STENCIL DUPLICATORS
I RONEO LETTER SHOP SERVICE
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,III ?Y?32.5fXK3I'?,E. 475-1492
HEYER SPIRIT DUPLICATORS
NORELCO DICTATING MACHINES
CLARY ADDING MACHINES
Bill's Big Burger Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lutter, Ir.
Burgess R. Bills, M.D. M and M Ultrasonics
Mr. and Mrs. Al Boudouris I. I. Newton, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Dee Compton Stanley I. Radin, D.D.S.
Countryside Animal Hospital Service Barber Shop
Craig Electric Student Council
Dailey's Watch Repair C. A. Tallman, M.D.
First Lady Beauty Salon Ioseph B. Thornhill, D.D.S.
Holliday's Village Bootery
Iones' Friendly Market Thomas D. Young, D.V.M
THE TOLEDO STEEL TUBE COMPANY
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Your Volkswagen Center
5211 Secor Road 579-0744
A Cappella Choir
American Field Service .,..
Baseball . . .
Best of Broadway ....
Board of Education .....
Business Education Services ....
Camera Club ....,.r.....,..
Chemistry Club ........,
Chess Club ................
Chief Wyan, Princess Dotte ....
Council on World Affairs ....
Cross Country ..i,
Distributive Education . . .
Foreign Language .........
Health, Physical Education . . .
Industrial Arts ,...
Mathematics . , .
Social Studies .. ,
Debate Club .......
DECA ........ .
Drama Club ....,...
Engineering Club ....
Future Business Leaders of America
Future Homemakers of America . . .
Future Teachers of America ..,.
German Band ,.............
Girls Athletic Association ,i,.
Her Fatal Beauty ....
. A 66 Intramurals , . .
i . 68
I-Quester Symposium ....
t I I U 170 junior Hi-Y ,...
HH 192 Iunior Prom ....
t I I l 202 Latin Club .... .
Leaders Club .,..
. . , . 223
69 Library Club ..,....
D U 214 Magazine Breakfast ....
U ' I 4 159 Majorettes ......... .
178 Math Club .......,...
' ' ' ' Medical Careers Club . . . , .
Modem Language Club ....
D V V 4 179 National Forensic League . .
I I h l 232 National Honor Society ........
National Thespians Honor Society
. - 70
Pep Band ....
. . . 4 194
7 Pep Club ...,.,..
' ' 72 Projection Club . . .
' ' 78 Quill :Sz Scroll .... .
I ' 72 Quiz Bowl Team ...... .
A A 72 Resource Center Staff ,... .
82 Rifle Club ......,.r.,
A I 83 Senior Breakfast . . . .
p I 80 Senior Class ........... .
89 Senior Hi-Y .....,..,.....,
' ' A Senior Scholastic Awards . . . .
' ' 77 Sophomore Choir ...,,.... .
" 83 Sophomore Class .,
Sophomore Hi-Y .....
' ' ' 74 Speech Club . . . . .
. . . 161
177 Student Council Variety Show . ,
I Q I 180 Student Prints . ,..,,..,,. , .
. . . , 196
The Mad Breakfast .....,,.i.
Toledo Area Student Council . ,
. . . 171 Vocational Industrial Club . . , .
. , . 224 Youth for Christ Club . . . .
ABELL, THAD B.A. Sociology. 75, 117, 178.
AMMONS, RUSSEL B.S.E. Occupational Work
Experience, Driver Education. 80.
BAILEY, JOHN B.S.E. American History. 75.
BAIRD, GEORGIA B.S.E. American Literature. 72,
BANG, GEORGE A.B., M.Ed. Public Speaking I 8:
II, English lo. 72, 73.
BARRY, RALPH B.S.E., M.A. Plane 8: Solid
Geometry, Trigonometry, Probability. 77, 180.
BECKER, ROY B.E., M.E. Assistant Principal. 71.
BERNING, ROBERT B.E. Physics, Plane Geometry.
BETTINGER, RICHARD B.Voc.Ed. Senior Machine
Shop, Shop Science, Shop Math. 80.
BLAKEMAN, GEORGE B.S. Industrial Arts II. 81,
CARR, KENNETH B.S.E., M.Ed. Biology I. 76, 77,
CARR, ROSALIE A.B., M.A. Spanish I 8: II. 72, 76, 176.
CRADEN, MICHAEL B.S., M.S. Senior Composition,
American Literature. 72, 73, 182, 188, 194, 195.
DARDENNE, LINDA B.S.E. Personal Typing, Typing
II, Oflice Practice. 78.
DAVIS, LOUIS B.M., M.A. A Cappella, Sophomore
Choir, Music Theory 8: Appreciation. 83, 164, 167.
DENNISON, THEODORE B.S.E. Bookkeeping I 8:
II, Marketing, School Finance. 79, 197.
EDINGER, ELWOOD B.E., M.A. Guidance
Counselor. 70, 231.
ENGLE, MARJORIE B.S.E., M.A. English Literature,
Senior Composition. 73, 160.
FOLLAS, BETTY Ph.B. Librarian. 82, 158.
GERKEN, MARY B.S., M.S.Ed. Chemistry I 8: II. 76.
GILCHRIST, SHARON B.E. Business Oflice Education
II. 79, 86, 157, 159.
GILLOOLY, THOMAS A.B., M.A. Modem Geometry,
Senior Math. 77, 143, 180, 191.
GLASE, JAMES B.S.E., M.A. Physical Education. 82.
GRAVES, ROSS B.Voc.Ed. Carpentery II, Shop and
Related. 81, 181.
GUYTON, RICHARD B.E., M.E. 80.
HICKMAN, CHARLES B.S. Health, Physical
Education. 82, 197, 207.
HOLFINGER, WILLIAM A.B., M.A. English
Literature, Senior Composition. 72, 229.
JOHNSON, HILMAR B.Voc.Ed. Automotive Related,
Automotive Shop I, Shop Math. 81, 161, 181.
JOHNSTON, CHARLES B.S.B.A., B.S.Ed. Distributive
JONES, MARILEE B.A., M.S.Ed. Chemistry, Biology.
JONES, SANDRA B.A. Business English, Business
Math, Typing I, Bookkeeping. 78, 79, 138, 161.
KOPP, JAMES, B.S., M.E. Algebra I, Algebra II. 77.
LAMAN, FRANKLIN H. A.B., M.A. Principal. 70, 71, 231.
LATTIMORE, NED B.A. American Literature, Senior
Composition. 73, 209.
McBRIDE, RUTH B.S.Ed. Art.
MCCREERY, RONALD B.S.Ed. Orchestra Director.
83, 168, 169.
MCDONALD, JAMES B.E. Driver Education. 82, 193,
MANSFIELD, ROY C. B.S., M.A. Debate, Government,
Economics. 74, 153, 177.
MARLO, FREDERICK B.S.Ed., M.A. Journalism I 8:11,
Publications. 73, 153, 154.
MAUK, WAYNE B.S., M.A. American History,
Vocational History. 74, 197.
MOHN, JAMES A. B.Voc.Ed. Machine Shop, Machine
Related. 80, 181.
MORGAN, GLENN A.B., B.S.M. Occupational Work
Experience Related. 80.
MUELLER, MARY ANN B.A. World History, Ameri-
can History. 74, 160, 176.
MUSICK, BERNICE A.B., M.Ed. English, Latin, Read-
ing Improvement. 72, 160, 176.
OWEN, SUZANNE B.A. French I 8: II, English 10,
PAPENFUS, HELEN B.E. Girls Physical Education.
PETTERSON, JOHN B.A. World Georgfaphy. 74,
POZSIK, GARY B.S.Ed. Distributive Education. 78,
79, 161, 185.
PUCILOWSKI, HENRY B.Voc.Ed. Trade and Industry
RICHARDSON, ELIN B.S. American History, World
ROMANS, MARLENE B.S., M.Ed. Shorthand I, Busi-
ness Office Education. 78, 86.
ROWER, ROBERT B.Voc.Ed. Carpentry I, Shop and
Related, Shop Math. 80, 81, 181.
RUBNER, BERTHOLD Associate Degree in Electronic
Technology. Shop Math, Electronics II. 80.
SCOTT, IDA B.E. English 10, American Literature. 73.
SHERONICK, EMMET B.S.Ed., M.Ed. Chemistry. 76,
SLAGLE, JAMES B.E., M.E. Occupational Education.
SPRINGER, NANCY B.S. Home Economics II. 83,160.
STACKPOLE, CONSTANCE M. B.A., A.M. French,
STANDISH, ROSE B.A. Guidance Counselor. 70.
STAMOS, PETER T. B.B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. Occupational
SWEEBE, HERBERT B.S., M.A. Physical Education,
Applied Science. 82, 185, 197.
TOMBAUGH, GEORGE B.Ed. Geometry, Algebra II.
77, 86, 197.
TONNEBERGER, THOMAS B.Mus., M.A. Guidance
TROMBLY, WANDA B.S. Personal Typing, Typing I,
Shorthand II. 78.
VAZNELIS, RUTH B.S. Home Economics III 8: IV,
Occupational Home Economics. 83, 160.
VIRTUE, JAMES A. B.S.Ed., M.Ed. American History.
WALLACE, MARY B.S.Ed. English 10, Senior Com-
position. 73, 177.
WALLACE, RONALD B.A. English 10. 72, 73, 145,
153, 177, 185.
WALLINGTON, JACK B.Ed. Modern Geometry,
American Government, World History. 77, 138.
WATSON, THOMAS B.S., M.A. Band. 83, 171,172,
WERNER, ORRISON B.Voc.Ed. Senior Auto Shop. 81.
WESTLAND, JACQUELINE B.B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. Re-
sources Coordinator. 82, 135, 158.
WHITE, VIRGIL B.Voc.Ed. Junior Electronics, Related
and Lab. 80, 181.
WHITMAN, LEWIS B.S., M.A. Biology I 8: II, Anat-
omy. 76, 77, 152, 183.
WRIGHT, RICHARD B.S., M.A. Drafting I 8:11, Archi-
tectural Drafting. 81.
ZECHMAN, JAMES B.S.Ed. Driver Education. 82.
ZECHMAN, ROBERTA B.S. Home Economics, Family
ABBOTT, CHRIS 86, 154, 155, 220.
Drama 2,3, Student Prints 4, CAA 2,3,4, Wyandotte 4.
ACHENBACH, BRUCE 86, 153, 177, 185, 191.
Chemistry 3, Debate Pres. 3, VP 4, I-Questers 3,4,
Latin 2, NFL 2,3, Pres. 4, Varsity "S" 4, Golf 2,3,4,
Council on World Affairs 3.
ACKERMAN, JOHN 86.
ADAMS, JANET 86.
FTA 4, GAA 2,3,4.
ADAMS, MARY LOU 86.
Choir 2,3,4, Drama 4, GAA 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2.
AIKEN, NANCY 86, 128, 159.
Drama 4, CAA 2,3,4.
ALLOY, PHIL 86, 87, 177, 185, 188, 194, 213, 224.
Camera 4, Class VP 4, Drama 3,4, Cross Country 4,
Track 2,3,4, Pep Club 4.
AMMONS, DON 87, 164, 192, 196, 213.
Choir 2,3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4.
ANDERSON, BARBARA 87, 230.
GAA 3,4, Speech 4, Mod. Language 3, Cherry Hill
High School, Cherry Hill, N. J. 2,3.
ANTHON, LINDA 87, 128, 153, 164, 223, 224.
Camera 4, Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,3, Pres. 4, I-Questers
3,4, Latin 2, NFL 2,3,4, Thespians Sec. 3, Pres. 4,
APPLEBY, SUE 87, 230.
Choir 2,3, Drama 2, CAA 3,4.
Camera 4, Wrestling 4, Woodward High School, Tole-
do 2, San Jacinto High School, Houston, Texas 3.
AUSTIN, JOHN 87, 208, 209.
Hi-Y 2, Football 2, Wrestling 3,4.
Wheatridge High School, Denver, Colorado 2.
BAEHREN, KATHY 87, 153, 155.
Drama 3,4, Student Prints 4, GAA 2,3,4.
BAIRD, JAMES 87.
Woodoward High School, Toledo 2.
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3, Cross Country 2,3.
BARBER, TOM 87.
Chemistry 3, Hi-Y 3,4, Wrestling 3.
BARKER, CHRIS 88, 178.
Rifle Sec. 2,3,4.
BARRAND, J. MICHAEL 87.
Mod. Language 4, Pottsgrave High School, Pottstown,
BASLER, JANIS 88, 160.
DECA II 4, FTA 3, VP 4.
BAUM, DAVE 88, 178.
Engineering 4, Rifle VP 4, Track 2.
BAYLES, SCOTT 88, 146, 164, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Choir 4, Hi-Y 2, Golf 4, Track 2,3.
BEAM, MIKE 88, 164, 185, 193, 202.
Choir 2,3,4, Engineering 4, Math 2,3,4, Varsity "S" 4,
YFC 2,3,4, Baseball 3, Basketball 3,4, Track 4.
BECKMANN, TODD 88, 153, 196, 199.
BEECHLER, CHRIS 86, 161.
DECA VP 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Latin 2, Varsity "S" 2,3,4,
Basketball 2, Golf 2,3.
BELL, DAVE 88, 187, 188, 194.
Band 2, Varsity "S" 3,4, Cross Country 3,4, Track
BENNER, JANIE 88.
DECA 4, CAA 2,3,4.
BERES, SHARI 89, 164.
Camera 4, Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,3, CAA 2,3,4.
BERNHEISEL, SHERRY 89, 158, 160.
FHA 2,3,4, GAA 2,3, Library Staff 3,4.
Choir 2, FHA 4.
BERTCH, STEVE 89, 185, 196.
Hi-Y 3, Varsity "Sn 2, Baseball 3, Football 3.
BINE, JIM 89.
BIRRELL, CHRIS 89.
BJORK, BECKY 89, 153, 155, 221.
Speech 2, Drama 2,3,4, Student Prints 4, GAA 2, I-
Questers 3,4, NFL 2,3,4, Student Council 2, Camera
BLACKFORD, CLARK 89.
BLESSINC, KATHLEEN 89.
Drama 4, CAA 2,3,4.
BLESSINC, KATHRYN 89, 159.
DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4.
BLOOMER, RENE ANN 89, 152, 154, 171, 173.
Band 2,3,4, CAA 2,3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Wyandotte 4.
BOCIAN, DIAN 89, 128.
Drama 4, CAA 2,3,4.
BODENDORFER, KATHY 89, 115, 153, 176, 224.
Speech 3,4, Drama 4, Mod. Language 3, Sec. 4, NFL
3,4, Notre Dame Academy, Toledo 2, Camera 4.
BOISSY, KRIS 89.
Camera 4, Drama 3,4.
BRADLEY, DENNIS 89.
BRADLEY, KATHRYN 89, 160.
Choir 3, FTA 3, Pres. 4, CAA 3,4, Library Staff 3,4,
Res. Cntr. Stall 3, DeVilbiss High School, Toledo 2.
BRAID, KATHY 89, 164.
Choir 2,3,4, FTA 4, GAA 3, I-Questers 3,4, VVhetstone
High School, Columbus, Ohio 2.
BRAUN, CINDY 90, 128.
Camera 4, DECA 4, Drama 3,4, GAA 2.
BROADWAY, CHARMAINE 90, 164, 168, 169.
Camera 3,4, Choir 2,3,4, CAA 2,3, Sec. 4, Orchestra 2,
VP 3, Pres. 4, Latin 2, Orch. Council 4, Student
Council 2,3, Chemistry 3.
BROADWAY, TARA 87, 90, 104, 164, 168, 169, 178,
184, 210, 211, 222, 232.
Camera 3, Sec. 4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Class Sec. 4, GAA
2,3,4, Latin 2, Leaders 4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Orch.
Council Treas. 4, Choir 4.
BROTT, BECKY 90.
BROWN, CATHY 90.
DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2.
BROWN, DEBBY 90, 156, 159, 184.
FBLA 4, CAA 2,3,4, Leaders 4, Student Council 3,4.
BROWN, KENNETH 90, 180.
Chess 2,3,4, Engineering Pres. 4, Math 4, Golf 3,4.
BRYAN, SUSAN 90.
BURCESS, LAURA 90.
FHA 2,4, GAA 2,3,4, Library Staff 2.
BURNARD, THOMAS 90.
Rifle 4, VIC M8zA 4.
BYROADE, MARY JAYNE 90, 168.
Choir 2, FBLA 3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2.
CABACUM, JOHN 90.
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Baseball 2.
CAMPBELL, JAMES 90, 164.
Chemistry 4, Chess 3, Choir 2,3,4, Debate 4, Hi-Y 2,
Rifle 4, Baseball 2,3,4.
CARPENTER, WAYNE 90.
Hi-Y 2, VIC M8zA 3,4, Wrestling 2.
CASE, LINDA 90.
FHA 3, Pres. 4, CAA 2,3, Library Staff 3.
CAWTHORN, PAT 91, 110.
DECA 4, Rifle 4.
CHANDLER, JEFF 91, 192, 196.
Hi-Y 3,45 I-Questers 3,45 Varsity "S" 45 Baseball 3,45
Basketball 25 Football 4.
CHANDLER, KATHLEEN 91, 164.
CHITVVOOD, DEBBIE 91, 154, 157, 184, 220.
Cheerleader 2,3,45 CAA 2,3, Treas. 45 I-Questers 3,45
Leaders 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Student Council 3,45
CHUDZINSKI, JOHN 91.
Chess 3,45 Track 2,3.
CIMOCK, CHRISTINE 91.
Library Staff 45 Parkside High School, St. Mary High
School, Jackson, Michigan 25 Whitmer High School,
CLARK, RICK 91, 109, 152, 173.
Band 2,3,45 Chemistry 25 Debate 45 I-Questers 3,45
Natil Honor 3,45 Track 2,3.
CLARK, TOM 91.
St. Francis High School, Toledo 2.
CLEMONS, CARY 91, 185, 191.
I-Questers 3,45 Latin 25 Varsity "S" 45 Basketball 25
Golf 2,3,45 Pep Club 4.
CLINE, JOYCE 92, 159, 184.
CAA 2,3,45 Leaders Pres. 45 Y-Teens 25 Service Club
COLE, CINDY 92.
Camera 3,45 CAA 2,3,45 Latin 25 Mod. Language 4.
COLE, MIKE 92, 164, 168.
Choir 2,3,45 Hi-Y 25 Orchestra 2,3,45 Chess 4.
COLGAN, ROBERT 92, 153, 173.
Band 2,3,45 Camera 45 Chemistry 45 Choir 35 Speech
35 Drama 25 Engineering 35 Hi-Y 25 NFL 3,4.
COMPTON, OLIVIA 92, 118, 152, 153, 156, 157, 233.
Speech 35 Council on World Affairs 45 Drama 2,35
GAA 2,35 I-Questers 3,45 Latin 25 Mod. Language 45
Nat'l Honor 3,45 NFL 3,45 Student Council 2, VP 3,
COMSTOCK, DONALD 92.
COMSTOCK, ELAINE 92, 153, 155.
Class Treas. 35 Drama 2,45 Student Prints 45 GAA
2,3,45 NFL 2,3,4.
COMSTOCK, JIM 92.
COOK, PAUL 92, 152, 156, 182, 185, 190.
Hi-Y 2,3, Treas. 45 I-Questers 3,45 Student Council 3,45
Pep Club Pres. 45 Basketball 25 Tennis 3.
COOKE, BOB 92, 188, 196.
Hi-Y 3,45 Varsity "Sv 45 Football 3,45 Track 35 Pep
Club 45 Maumee High School, Maumee, Ohio 2.
CORSER, ROBERT 92.
COWELL, DON 92.
COWELL, SUE 92, 168, 169.
GAA 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,4.
COWLES, TOM 92.
CRANDELL, BARBARA 92, 164.
Choir 2,3,45 Drama 2,3,4.
CRIDER, DAVE 92.
CRONISER, PHIL 93.
CROWELL, DENNIS 93, 173, 235.
Band 2,3,45 Chemistry 25 I-Questers 3,45 Latin 25
CWIKLEWSKI, PEGGY 93, 161.
DECA Treas. 45 Y-Teens 25 Drama 3.
DAVOLL, MARCIA 93.
GAA 35 Y-Teens 2.
DAY, ALVA 93.
Camera 45 Choir 25 Hi-Y 2,35 Varsity "S" 3,45 VIC
C8zE 3,45 Football 25 Wrestling 2,3,4.
DENCE, GARETH 93.
Chemistry 35 Hi-Y 2.
DIBBLE, RUTHIE 93, 158, 159, 160.
FHA 2,3, Sec. 45 GAA 2,3,45 Library Staff 2,3,4.
DICKSON, BILL 93, 168, 173.
Band 2,3,45 I-Questers 3,45 Baseball 4.
DINOUART, DOMINIQUE 93, 153, 234.
Camera 35 Speech 3,45 Drama 2,3,45 CAA 2,35 I-
Questers 3,45 Mod. Language 2,35 NFL 3,45 Thespians
45 Y-Teens 2.
DOBBINS, WILLIAM 87, 93, 152, 156, 173, 191, 194,
202, 203, 205, 232, 234.
Band 2,3,45 Class Pres. 3,45 I-Questers 3,45 Nat'l Honor
3,45 Student Council 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Cross Country
45 Golf 3.
DOMBROSE, DICK 94, 185, 188, 196.
Hi-Y 3,45 Varsity "Sn 3,45 Football 2,3,45 Track 3,45
Pep Club 4.
DONNELLY, DIANE 94.
Choir 2,35 FHA 2.
DONNELLY, MIKE 94.
Rifle 2,35 Football 3.
DRAKE, LINDA 94.
Band 35 Drama 45 CAA 3,45 Terra Linda High School,
San Francisco 2.
DRENNAN, CHERYL 94.
Plymouth High School, Plymouth, Michigan 2,35 Whit-
mer High School, Toledo 3.
DRYER, JERRY 94.
DU BOIS, TOM 94.
DU VALL, CINDY 94, 159.
Council on World Affairs 35 FBLA 45 CAA 3.
DYER, SUSAN 94, 160.
Medical Careers 3, Sec. 45 GAA 2,45 Latin 2.
EDINCER, JIM 95.
Hi-Y 25 I-Questers 3,45 NFL 2.
EDINCER, BOB 95, 110.
DECA 45 Hi-Y 25 Baseball 3.
ECAN, DENNIS 95.
EHRSAM, DEBBIE 95, 159, 184.
Drama 35 FBLA 45 GAA 2,3,45 Leaders 54.
EKSTROM, BRUCE 95, 107, 153, 223.
Drama 45 Hi-Y 45 Thespians 45 Cloverleaf High School,
Lodi, Ohio 2,3.
ELLIS, DAVE 95.
ENRICHT, ANN 91, 95, 152, 153, 154, 164, 176, 234.
Chemistry 35 Choir 2,3,45 Council on World Affairs 35
Drama 45 I-Questers 3,45 Mod. Language 2, Treas. 3,
Pres. 45 Nat'l Honor 3,45 Quill 8r Scroll 3, VP 45
ERNEST, JUDITH 95, 164, 173.
Band 2,3,45 Chemistry 35 Choir 2,3,45 FNA 3,45 I-
EUBANK, CAROL 95, 164.
FEEBACK, MIKE 95, 190.
Hi-Y 2,3,45 Varsity "S" 45 Football 2,35 Tennis 2,3,4.
FERDON, MICHAEL 95.
Chess 25 Projection 2,3,45 VIC COTE 3,4.
FERRERO, YVONNE 95.
FETTERS, WENDY 95, 104, 155, 156, 157, 210, 211.
Camera 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Drama 2,35 Student
Prints 45 GAA 2,3,45 Student Council 2,3, Sec. 4.
FILLION, PAUL 95.
VIC CSIE 3,4.
FINK, GARY 95, 208.
Choir 25 VIC C8zE 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,4.
FISHER, SHERRY 95, 159.
Drama 35 FBLA 45 GAA 2,3,4.
F LEIC, TERRY 96, 188.
Hi-Y 25 Baseball 25 Track 3,4.
FLEMING, BEV 96, 154, 173, 235.
Band 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Mod. Language 2,3,4,
FLETCHER, CONNIE 91, 96, 153, 154, 155.
Speech 3, CAA 2, Student Prints 4, I-Questers 3,4,
NFL 2,3,4, Quill 6: Scroll 3, Treas. 4, Wyandotte 3,4.
FLORO, RITA 96, 159.
GAA 2,3, Library Staff Sec. 3.
FOOTE, NANCY 96.
GAA 4, Seaholm High School, Birmingham, Michigan,
FORD, LESLIE 96.
Camera 2,3, VP 4, Drama 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Student
FREEBORN, DON 96, 99, 161, 188, 194, 220.
Class VP 2, DECA Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3,4, Student Council
2,3, Varsity "S" 2,3, Sec. 4, Cross Country 2,3,4,
FRIE, DIANA 97.
Drama 2,4, I-Questers 3,4, Mod. Language 2,3,4.
FRIESS, MIKE 96, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Chemistry 3.
FRIESS, EUGENE 96.
FRITZ, PAULETTE 97.
FULLER, RICHARD 97, 164, 196, 199, 220.
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4.
FURNEY, BOB 97.
CEMBOLIS, RICHARD 97, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Chess 4.
GERITY, MIKE 97.
Chess 2, VIC M6rA 3,4.
GILROY, SUE 87, 97, 164, 165, 166.
Choir 2,3,4, Class Treas. 4, GAA 2.
GLASE, JOHN 97, 159.
Hi-Y 4, Projection Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Baseball 2, Track 4,
GLEASON, BOB 97.
Saint Mary's High School, Lake Leelanan, Michigan 3.
GOLDMAN, FRIEDA 152, 154, 229.
Speech 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Wyandotte 4, DeVilbiss
High School, Toledo 2,3.
GONZALES, ANITA 97.
FHA 2,3, GAA 2.
GOTTLIEB, CARYL 91, 97, 152, 153, 154, 229, 235.
GAA 2,3, I-Questers 3, Sec.-Treas. 4, Quill Sz Scroll 3,
4, Wyandotte 3,4.
GRAHAM, CHUCK 97.
GRAHAM, STEVE 97, 161, 185.
Class Pres. 2, DECA 4, Hi-Y 2, Student Council 2,
Varsity "S" 2,3,4, Golf 2,3,4.
GRANT, DONNA 97.
GRANT, MARY 97.
GREENWALD, BRUCE 97, 213, 221.
Chemistry 3, Mod. Language 3, Rifle 4, Arthur Hill
High School, Saginaw, Michigan 2.
GREINER, JAMES 98, 182, 185, 196, 208, 209.
Choir 2,3, Hi-Y 2, Pres. 3, VP 4, Varsity "S" 2,3,4,
Football 2,4, Wrestling 2,3,4.
GRIMM, SUE 98.
Camera 3,4, GAA 3,4, Whitmer High School,Toledo 2.
GRODI, JEAN 158, 234.
FHA 3, GAA 2, Library Staff 3.
GRUBS, MARY LOU 98, 173.
Band 2,3,4, GAA 3,4.
GUMMOW, BARRY 98, 159.
Projection Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4.
GUNN, CHERYL 98.
Drama 4, GAA 2,3,4.
GUNN, TOM 98.
Engineering 4, VIC C6zE 3,4, Track 2.
GURWELL, DON 98.
Football 2, Wrestling 2.
HAAS, DAVE 98, 170, 188, 194.
Band 2,3,4, Hi-Y 4, Cross Country 4, Track 3,4.
HAASE, PAUL 98, 192, 193. 5
Band 2,3, Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball 2.
HACKETT, KAREN 98.
Choir 2, Drama 2,4, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4.
HACKNEY, TERRY 98.
Chess 2, Hi-Y 2,3,4, VIC MSIA 3,4, Baseball 2, Foot-
HAHN, MIKE 98.
Chess 4, Hi-Y 2, VIC MBZA 3,4, Football 2.
HALL, KAREN 98, 99, 152, 164, 178.
Camera 3, Sec. 4, Choir 3,4, CAA 3, I-Questers 3,4,
Nat'l Honor 3,4, Orchestra 2.
HALL, MARILYN 98, 173. 1
Band 2,3,4, FNA 2, YFC 2,3,4.
HALL, PAT 98.
Choir 2, Drama 3,4, DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4.
HALL, SCOTT 99, 155, 182, 185, 188, 189, 194.
Student Prints 4, Hi-Y 3, Sec. 4, Varsity "S" 4, Wyan-
dotte 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Cross Country 3,4, Track
3,4, Whitmer High School, Toledo 2.
HALL, TOM 99, 168, 170, 171, 173, 185, 190.
Band 2,3, Pres. 4, I-Questers 3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4,
Varsity "S" 4, Tennis 2,3,4.
HAMMETT, TREVOR 99.
VIC M6zA 3.
HANSEN, DAVE 99.
Start High School, Toledo 2.
HANSON, JOHN 99, 182, 185, 188, 196, 233.
Hi-Y 3, Pres. 2,4, Varsity "Sv 3, Pres. 4, Basketball 2,
Football 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4.
HARTLEY, JOHN 99.
VIC M6rA 3,4.
HASSEN, JOYCE 99, 158, 159.
Choir 2,3, FBLA 3, GAA 2, Library Staff 2, VP 3, Pres.
HATFIELD, DENIS 99, 157, 182, 185, 188, 196.
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Latin 2, Student Council 4, Varsity "S" 2,3,
4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Football 2,3,4, Track 3,4.
HEILMAN, PAM 99.
FTA 3,4, GAA 2,3,4.
HELBERG, SANDY 100, 115, 222, 224, 225.
Camera 4, Drama 3,4, Pep Club 4.
HELTEBRAKE, DONNA 100.
Choir 2, Drama 2, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4.
HEROD, BARBARA 100.
Whitmer High School, Toledo 3.
HIRES, KAREN 100, 152, 156, 157, 164, 232.
Chemistry 2, Choir 2,3,4, Class Treas. 2 VP 3, GAA
2,3, I-Questers 3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Student Council
HIRSCHER, JOANNE 100.
Drama 4, GAA 2,3,4.
HITE, MARY 100.
HOBLING, SANDI 100, 164.
Choir 2,3,4, DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2.
HOLLAND, CONNIE 100.
DECA 4, Drama 2,3, GAA 2,3,4.
HOLMES ,GLENNIS 100, 161.
DECA Treas. 4, FBLA Treas. 3, FHA 2,3, GAA
HOLTZ, THOMAS 100, 164.
Choir 2,3,4, Football 3,4.
HORKEY, JEFF 100, 185.
Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity "S" 3,4, Football 2,3.
HORNER, RALPH 100.
DECA 45 Drama 3,4.
HOUTSMA, JACQUELINE 100.
DECA 45 Drama 35 GAA 2,3,4.
HUBBELL, DANIEL 100, 181.
Hi-Y Sec. 35 VIC C8zE Pres. 4.
JARVIS, DEAN 100.
VIC C8rE 3,4.
JENNINGS, ROB 191.
Varsity "Sn 45 Golf 3,45 Wrestling 35 DeVilbiss High
School, Toledo 2.
JOHNSON, CYNTHIA 100.
Chemistry 25 GAA 25 I-Questers 3,4.
JOHNSON, WALTER 109, 173.
Band 45 Hi-Y 45 Wrestling 45 DeVilbiss High School,
JONES, SUE 101, 164.
Choir 2,3,45 DECA 45 GAA 2,3,4.
JUVINALL, JAMES 101.
FNA 35 I-Questers 3,4.
KANDER, MARK 101, 157, 177.
Drama 3, Sec. 45 I-Questers 3,45 Student Council 45
Bowling Green High School, Bowling Green, Ohio 2.
KEEFER, BESSIE 101, 184.
GAA 2,3,45 I-Questers 3,45 Leaders 45 Library Staff 3.
KEEFER, KATHY 101, 176.
GAA 25 Mod. Language 3, VP 4.
KEEZER, NANCI 101.
Band 25 Camera 45 GAA 2,35 Y-Teens 2, VP 3.
KEIFER, BARBARA 101, 179.
Council on World Affairs Sec.-Treas. 45 Mod. Lan-
guage 45 Shaker High School, Latham, New York 2,3.
KENNEDY, TOM 91, 101.
DECA 45 Hi-Y 25 Golf 2,3,45 VVrestling 2,3,4.
KETNER, PAM 101, 128, 163, 164.
Camera 45 Choir 2,3,45 Council on World Affairs 45
GAA 25 I-Questers 3,45 Mod. Language 3,45 Y-Teens 2.
KINCSLEY, MITCHELL 164, 167, 194, 195, 202, 205,
Choir 45 YFC 45 Basketball 45 Cross Country 45 Track
45 Nat'l Honor 3,45 Beme High School, Beme, Indiana
25 Eastwood High School, Pemberville, Ohio 3.
KISTLER, TOM 101, 173.
Band 45 Spencerville High School, Spencerville, Ohio
KITCHEN, KATHIE 102, 164.
Camera 45 Choir 2,3,45 Drama 25 GAA 2,3,4.
KLEIN, COLLEEN 102, 153, 155.
Student Prints 45 GAA 3,45 I-Questers 45 Perry High
School, Canton, Ohio 2.
KLINGER, JERRY 102.
KLOSINSKI, FRANK 102.
Choir 25 Drama 25 VIC MSIA 4.
KNISELY, KARYN 102, 111, 152, 153, 177.
Chemist Sec. 35 Debate Sec. 45 GAA 25 I-Quester
3,45 Mod? Language 2,35 Nat'l Honor 3,45 NFL 2,
KNOLL, JEFF 102.
DECA 45 Projection 35 DeVilbiss High School, Toledo
KOEPP, CYNTHIA 102, 152, 154, 163, 164, 168, 169.
Camera 45 Choir 2,3,45 Council on World Affairs 45
GAA 25 I-Questers 3,45 Latin VP 25 Nat'l Honor 3,45
Orchestra 2,3, Sec. 45 Orch. Council 3,45 Wyandotte 4.
KOLLINC, ROGER 102.
Choir 2,35 Varsity "S" 2,3,45 Golf 35 Track 2.
KONZ, TOM 102, 185, 188, 189, 194.
DECA 45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Varsity "Sv 3,45 Cross Country
3,45 Foootball 25 Track 2,3,4.
KRAMER, ED 103.
Projection 25 VIC C8rE 45 Wrestling 3.
KREMER, JEFFREY 103.
Chess 2,35 Hi-Y 2,3,4.
KROTZER, JILL 103, 115, 153, 164, 177, 222, 224.
Choir 2,3,45 Speech 3,45 Drama 2, Pres. 3,45 GAA 2,35
NFL 3,45 Thespians Sec. 45 Y-Teens 2.
Camera 45 Hi-Y 2.
KUGHMA, STEVE 103.
Hi-Y 25 Projection 25 Tennis 4.
KULWICKI, MARY MARGARET 101, 103, 159, 161,
213, 214, 230.
Cheerleader 3,45 Choir 25 Drama 25 FBLA VP 45 GAA
LAKE, GARRY 103, 181.
LA LONDE, STEVE 103, 196, 208.
Hi-Y 25 Varsity "S" 3,45 VIC M8zA 3,45 Football 2,3,45
LASKEY, STEVE 103, 153, 179.
Chemistry 35 Council on World Affairs 3, Pres. 45
Debate 2,35 Math 45 Mod. Language 25 NFL 2,3,45
Track 25 Pep Club 4.
LAUX, MARLENE 103.
Drama 45 GAA 2,3,4.
LAZARUS, GAIL 103.
Choir 25 FBLA 45 GAA 2,3.
LEATHERS, SHELLEY 103, 161, 184.
Choir 25 DECA 45 Drama 2,35 Student Prints 45 GAA
2,3, Pres. 45 Leaders 4.
LEFFEL, LARRY 103.
VIC M8zA 3,4.
LEFFINGWELL, LINDA 103, 159.
LENDO, JIM 103.
Camera 45 Engineering 4.
LEWVAN, JIM 103, 185, 196.
Hi-Y 25 Varsity "S" 3,45 Baseball 25 Football 2,3,45
LEWANDOWSKI, KATHY 104, 159.
Camera 45 Choir 25 Drama 2,45 GAA 3,4.
LEWIS, MARY 103, 161.
DECA Sec. 45 Drama 25 GAA 2.
LEWIS, SANDRA 104.
Drama 2,3,45 FBLA 25 FHA 25 GAA 2,3,45 Library
Staff 25 Y-Teens 2.
LINDSLEY, BILL 102, 104, 153, 179.
Council on World Affairs VP 45 Debate 45 Hi-Y 3,45
Baseball 45 Pep Club 45 St. Francis High School,
LIVINGSTON, BARB 79, 104, 158.
FHA 2,3,45 GAA 2,35 Library Staff 3,4.
LOGGINS, BEVERLY 104.
Choir 25 DECA 45 GAA 25 Y-Teeens 2.
LONG, GLENN 104, 221.
Projection 2,35 Varsity "S" 25 VIC M8rA 3,45 Track 3.
LOOS, CARY 104.
DECA 45 Track 2.
LOVITT, ESTEL 104.
Chesss 2,3,45 Track 2.
LUTTER, CATHIE 104, 152, 153, 154, 164, 176,
Chemistry 2, VP 35 Choir 3,45 Drama 45 GAA 25 I-
Questers 3, VP 45 Mod. Language 3, Treas. 45 Nat'l
Honor 3,45 Quill 8: Scroll 3, Pres. 45 Wyandotte 3,4.
MC CANN, CARLA 105, 213, 218.
Cheerleader 35 Drama 35 GAA 2,3,45 Res. Cntr. Staff
MC CLISH, CHERYL 105, 154, 168, 171, 173.
Band 2,3,45 FNA 35 I-Questers 3,45 Latin 25 Orchestra
45 Wyandotte 4.
MAC DONALD, CHERYL 105.
Camera 3,45 Drama 2,35 GAA 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2.
MC GEE, BARB 105, 184.
GAA 2,3,45 Leaders 4.
MAC KAY, LA DONNA 105.
Choir 25 GAA 2,3,4.
MC LAUGHLIN, CAROL 105.
MC LENNAN, MIKE 105, 185, 188.
Choir 25 Hi-Y 3,45 Varsity "S" 45 Track 2,3,4.
MC VEIGH, CYNTHIA
O.P.C.U.I., Orillia, Ontario, 2,3.
MAJOR, DAVID 105.
MALKO, RICHARD 105.
Drama 3,45 Shawnee High School, Lima, Ohio 2.
MALUDY, PAM 105, 153, 222.
Speech 3,45 Drama 2,3,45 GAA 2,3,4.
MANTEY, IMOGENE 105, 159.
FBLA 45 Mod. Language 25 Woodward High School,
Baseball 45 Basketball 35 Football 35 Track 3.
MARSH, SUE 105.
Choir 25 GAA 2,3,45 I-Questers 3,4.
MARSHALL, CHARLES 105.
MASON, BEVERLEE 105, 154, 168, 170.
Band 2,3, Sec. 45 Camera 45 Cheerleader 2,35 Choir 45
Orchestra 3,45 Wyandotte 3,4.
MASTERSON, PAT 105, 160.
FNA 3, VP 45 CAA 2,45 Latin 2.
MATTHEWS, DEBBIE 105, 168.
GAA 2,3,45 Latin 25 Orchestra 2,3,4.
MAUNZ, KEN 106.
MEARS, PAT 106.
Drama 2,35 GAA 2,3,4.
MEE, CHRIS 106, 185, 194, 202.
Hi-Y 3,45 Varsity "S" 45 Basketball 2,3,45 Cross Country
MENS, BOB 106.
MESSERLY, NANCY 106.
MEYER, PAT 106, 128, 164.
Choir 2,3,45 Drama 45 GAA 2.
MEYERS, LYN 106.
Camera 45 Cheerleader 25 Drama 45 GAA 2,35 I-
MICHAEL, BRIAN 106, 156, 157, 188, 194.
Hi-Y 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Cross Country 2,3,45
MILLER, BARBARA 106, 164.
Choir 2,3,45 GAA 25 Mod. Language 3,4.
MILLER, DAN 106.
Hi-Y 25 VIC MSIA 3,4.
MILLER, DONNA 106.
FHA 3, VP 4.
MILLER, SANDY 106, 155.
Student Prints 4.
MILLER, SUSAN 106, 157, 164.
Cheerleader 2,35 Class Sec. 25 GAA 2,3,45 Student
Council 45 Choir 3,4.
MILLER, THOMAS 106.
Whitmer High School, Toledo 2,3.
MITCHELL, ROGER 106, 164.
Choir 3,45 DECA 45 Baseball 2.
MITCHEM, SALLY 106, 157.
Camera 2,3,45 Class Sec. 35 GAA 2,3,45 Student Coun-
MONDAY, WAYNE 107, 168, 173.
Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,4.
MOORE, BARBARA 107.
FBLA 25 GAA 2.
MOWERY, LINDA 107.
FBLA 3,45 GAA 2,3,4.
MURPHEY, IANET 107.
Council on World Affairs 45 GAA 45 James Whitcomb
Riley High School, South Bend, Indiana 2,3.
MUTCHLER, BARBARA 107, 159.
FBLA 45 FTA 35 GAA 2,3,45 Orchestra 2.
MUTLUAY, ESEN 107, 155, 156, 164, 218, 219.
Choir 45 Student Prints 45 GAA 45 Student Council
45 A.A.G., Istanbul, Turkey 2,3.
NAPIERALA, CHRIS 107, 152, 153.
Camera 3,45 Speech 35 Drama 3,45 GAA 2,45 I-Questers
3,45 Math 35 Mod. Language 25 Nat'l Honor 3,45 NFL
NICELY, CAROL 107.
FHA 2,3,45 FNA 45 YFC 3.
NIEDERBAUMER, IAMES 107.
I-Questers 45 Elder High School, Cincinnati, Ohio 2.
Palm Beach Hi h School, West Palm Beach, Fla. 25
Englewood Higfi School, Iacksonville, Fla. 3.
NOTMAN, RAY 108, 188.
OBERLE, SHELLEY 108.
GAA 2,3,45 I-Questers 3,45 Latin 2.
OBERLIN, MICHAEL 108, 193.
Band 2,35 YF C 45 Baseball 3,4.
OLIVER, BOB 108.
VIC M8zA 4.
O'NEILL, GEORGE 108, 161, 196.
DECA VP 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Basketball 35 Football 3,45 St.
Francis High School, Toledo 2.
ORNER, BEVERLY 108, 160.
Choir 25 FHA 2,3,45 FNA 25 Library Staff 2.
OTTGEN, GARY 108.
Camera 25 Choir 25 Hi-Y 35 Projection 2,35 Rifle 4.
PALMER, MARY 108.
Choir 25 Drama 2,35 GAA 2,3,45 Latin 25 YFC 4.
PAXSON, JOSEPH 108, 164.
PEARSALL, GLENN 108.
VIC C6rE 4.
VIC MISIA 4.
PHILLIPS, TOM 108, 185, 191.
Hi-Y 2,3,45 Projection 2,35 Varsity "S" 45 Golf 2,3,45
Pep Club 4.
PLANT, GREG 108, 112, 155, 185, 192, 202, 204, 218, 220.
Student Prints 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Basketball 3,
45 Pep Club Sec. 45 Athens High School, Athens,
POHLMAN, BOB 108.
PORTER, STEVE 108, 168, 173, 194.
Band 2,3,45 Drama 2,35 Mod. Language 25 Orchestra
2,3,45 Cross Country 45 Track 2,3,4.
PREAS, CHARLENE 93, 108,
Drama 3,45 GAA 2,3,4.
PRUDEN, BOB 109.
Hi-Y 2,35 VIC CBIE 3,45 Basketball 25 Football 2.
QUAINTANCE, IEANNE 109.
Choir 2,35 GAA 25 Latin 25 Orchestra 2,3.
QUINN, CAROLYN 109.
Council on World Affairs 35 Library Staff 25 St. Ursula
Academy, Toledo 2.
RATHGE, TOM 109, 178, 196.
Rifle Pres. 45 Football 2,3,4.
REED, DENNIS 109, 185, 196, 208.
Choir 25 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Varsity "S" 45 VIC M8zA 35 Foot-
ball 2,45 Track 25 Wrestling 2,3,4.
REYNOLDS, DAVE 109, 220, 221, 229, 234, 235.
Chemistry 2,3, Pres. 45 Chess 45 I-Questers 3,45 Latin
25 Math 3, Pres. 45 Nat'l Honor 3,4.
RIDGE, TOM 109.
RIEGER, PEGGY 109, 159, 161.
FBLA Sec. 45 GAA 2,3,4.
RIES, RICHARD 107, 109, 153, 164, 173, 177, 222, 223.
Band 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Speech 3,45 Drama 2,3,45 Hi-Y
25 NFL 3,45 Thespians 3,4.
RIGGLE, LINDA 109, 160, 173.
Band 2,3,45 FNA 3,45 FTA Sec. 3,45 GAA 2,35 Latin 2.
RINCLE, DAVE 110, 185, 192, 196, 197, 198, 221.
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Varsity "S" 3, VP 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Foot-
ROBBINS, MICHAEL 110.
ROBERTS, DICK 110, 188.
DECA 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Football 3, Track 3,4, Wrestling 2.
ROBY, DEBI 110.
DECA 4, Drama 3,4, CAA 2,3.4.
RODGERS, KATHLEEN 110.
Choir 2, FNA 2,3,4.
RODRIQUEZ, JUAN 110.
ROE, SANDIE 110, 161.
DECA 4, GAA 2.
ROEHL, LARRY 110, 181.
VIC M8zA 4, Track 2, Wrestling 2,4.
ROGERS, DOUG 110, 181.
Rifle 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4.
ROHWEDER, ROBERT 185.
Baseball 4, Start High School, Toledo 2.
RUMPF, DEBI 110, 111.
Choir 2, DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4.
RUMPF, CRETCHEN 111.
RUPPEL, FRED 111.
'Projection 2, Rifle 2,3, VIC MBIA 3.
RUSWINKLE, LINDA 111, 152.
Chemistry 2,4, I-Questers 3,4, Latin 2, Math 3,4, Nat'l
RUTH, JACQUIE 111, 158.
Choir 2, DECA 4, Library Staff 4.
RUTH, JEANNIE 111, 158, 160.
Choir 2, DECA 4, FNA 2,3,4, Library Staff 3,4.
SANDBRINK, DON 111, 194, 222.
Eqama 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3, Rifle 2, Cross Country 4, Foot-
SASS, SALLY 111.
FTA 2, CAA 2,3, Y-Teens 2,3.
SAVORY, JOHN 111, 182, 185, 188, 196, 221, 230.
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Varsity "Sv 2,3,4, Football 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4,
Pep Club 4.
SCHALL, BEVERLY 111.
Camera 4, GAA 2, I-Questers 3,4, Mod. Language 4.
SCHARREN, SANDRA 111, 164.
Choir 2,3,4, Drama 3,4, GAA 2,3.
SCHNEIDER, PAT 111.
GAA 2,3, Mod. Language 4.
SCHOENEGCE, PAT 111, 159, 161.
FBLA 3, Pres. 4, GAA 2.
SCHULTZ, PAM 111, 164.
Choir 3,4, I-Questers 3,4, DeVilbiss High School,
SEARS, KEN 111, 164, 167.
Chemistry 3, Choir 2,3,4, Engineering 3,4, Hi-Y 2,
Math 4, Projection 2, Track 2,4.
SECUR, RAYMOND 111, 168, 171, 173, 183.
Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 3,4, YF C 2,3,4, Baseball 2,4.
SEYER, SANDY 112.
Choir 2, GAA 2,3.
SHANER, LINDSAY 112, 234.
YF C 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4.
SHANNON, DEBBIE 112, 161, 184.
DECA Sec. 4, Drama 2,3, CAA 2,3,4, Leaders 4, Y-
VIC C8zE 4, Bell County High School, Pineville, Ken-
SHARPlqFRED 179, 180, 188, 194.
Chess 2,3, Treas. 4, Engineering Sec. 4, Math 4, Varsity
"S" 4, Cross Country 4, Track 3,4.
SHENEFIELD, ELLEN 112, 139, 152, 157, 164, 219.
Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,3, CAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4,
Nat'l Honor 3,4, Student Council 2,4.
SHEPPARD, VALERIA 112.
I-Questers 3,4, YFC 2,3,4.
SHOCK, ED 112.
SICKLES, DAVID 112.
Camera 4, Projection 3, DeVilbiss High School, Toledo
SIGLER, JUANITA 112.
CAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4.
SICLER, SUZANNE 112.
Choir 4, John Edwards High School, Port Edwards,
Wisconsin, 2, Our Lady of the Holy Cross High
School, Merrill, Wisconsin 3.
SLAUCHTERBECK, MARSHA 113.
Choir 2, FBLA 4, FHA 2.
SLAUCHTERBECK, WALTER 113.
SLEMP, DOLORES 113, 158.
SMITH, CAROL 113, 161.
Choir 2, FBLA 4, GAA 3.
SMITH, DAVID 113, 164.
VIC M6zA 3,4.
SMITH, LARRY 113.
SMITH, ROB 113, 194.
Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity "S" 4, Cross Country 3,4, Track 3,
St. Joseph High School, St. Joseph, Michigan 2.
SMITHHISLER, MIKE 113.
I-Questers 3,4, NFL 2,3,4.
SNAPP, JULIE 113, 173.
Band 3,4, YFC 4.
SNEAD, CHERYL 113, 158.
Camera 4, Drama 3,4, FNA 2, Sec-Treas. 3, CAA 2,3,
4, Library Staff 4.
SNYDER, DONNA 113, 173.
Band 2,3,4, FNA 4.
SNYDER, PEGGY 113.
FHA 4, GAA 3,4.
SNYDER, SANDI 113, 158.
Choir 2, FBLA 4, CAA 2,3,4, Library Staff 4.
SNYDER, SUE 113.
Choir 2, Drama 3,4, GAA 2,3,4.
SOPER, KAREN 113.
Whitmer High School, Toledo 2, Rogers High School,
SOROSIAK, CARY 113.
SOUTHARD, PAT 114, 158, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Chess 2, DECA 4, FNA 4, Library Staff
2,3,4, Mod. Language 2, Sec. 3.
SPILLIS, JOHN 114.
SPITLER, JO ANNE 114, 173.
Band 2,3,4, GAA 2, YFC 4.
SPIX, NANCY 114, 153, 154.
Drama 3, F NA 3, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Latin 2,
NFL 2,3,4, Quill and Scroll 4, Res. Cntr Staif 2,3,
SPRADLIN, BRENDA 114.
SPRADLIN, RALPH 114.
VIC M6zA 3,4.
STANGE, JIM 114.
STANTON, RAY 114.
Band 2,3, Orchestra 2,3.
STEVENS, KAREN 114, 234.
STICHLER, JIM 114.
STILLWELL, BARBARA 114.
STOTLER, SALLY 114.
Choir 2, CAA 2,3, I-Questers 3,4.
STRAUSBAUGH, RUSS 114, 185, 202.
I-Questers 3,4, Basketball 2,3,4.
STRICKLAND, JOE 114.
STUTTS, BARBARA 114, 213, 214.
GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4.
SUDDATH, BONNIE 99, 104, 115, 152, 156, 164, 210,
211, 220, 221, 232.
Camera 4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Choir 4, Drama 2,3,
GAA 2,3,4, Mod. Language 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Stu-
dent Council 2, Sec. 3,4.
SULLIVAN, GEORGIA 115, 160, 164.
Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,3,4, FHA 2, Pres. 3, Treas. 4.
SUMPTER, LOIS 115.
SUSSMAN, MIKE 115.
Hi-Y 2, Track 2.
SZYMANSKI, IRENE 115.
Chess 2,3, GAA 2,3,4.
TAMMERINE, CHRIS 115.
TANASICHUK, SUE 115, 153, 155, 170, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Chemistry 2, Student Prints 4, I-Questers
3,4, Latin 2, Quill 8: Scroll 3, Sec. 4.
TANSEL, ROBERT 115.
TAYLOR, ANNE 116, 184.
Drama 4, FNA 3,4, GAA 2,3,4, Leaders 4.
THOMSON, DOUGLAS 115, 156, 196, 220.
Band 2,3, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3, Student Council
2,3,4, Varsity "Sv 4, Baseball 2,3, Basketball 3, Foot-
THYER, DEBBIE 116.
GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4.
TIFFT, KATHE 116, 220.
DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4.
TRAVIS, KEVIN 116.
Choir 2, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Projection 2, Basketball 2.
TROPF, DAVE 116, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Chess 2, Hi-Y 3,4.
TUCKERMAN, TERRY 116.
VIC MGIA 3,4.
TURANSKI, ART 116.
TURNER, DALE 107, 116, 164, 181, 196, 223.
Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,3,4, Football 2.
TURSKI, JACKIE 116.
TYLER, SUE 116, 152, 157.
Drama 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Latin Treas. 2,
Nat'l Honor 3,4, Student Council 3,4.
ULRICH, TOM 116, 164.
VALENTINE, DOUG 116, 181.
VIC MQSIA VP 2.
VAN BUSKIRK, RANDY 116.
VANDERHOFF, BONNIE 116.
VANDEVENTER, SHARON 116, 164, 168, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Choir 3,4, F NA 3, I-Questers 3,4, Latin 2,
VERMILLION, ROBERT 117.
VINE, JULIE 116, 164, 168.
Choir 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Y-Teens 2.
VINEYARD, DON 117, 159, 185, 191.
DECA 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Projection 2,3,4, Varsity "S" 3,4,
Football 3, Golf 2,3,4.
VNUCK, KENNETH 117.
VOORHEES, BARB 117, 163, 164.
Choir 3,4, GAA 3,4, Orange High School, Cleveland,
VROMAN, CINDY 109, 117, 168, 173.
Band 2,3,4, GAA 2, Orchestra 4.
WAHL, DICK 117.
Port Clinton High School, Port Clinton, Ohio 3.
WAMSHER, DOUG 117, 156, 233.
Hi-Y Treas. 2,3,4, Student Council 2,3,4.
WANDERSEE, RALPH 118.
VIC CBIE 3,4.
WASHER, CHRIS 117, 179, 193.
Chess 2, Treas. 3, VP 4, I-Questers 4, Baseball 2,3.
WATTS, IUDIE 173.
Band 4, Findlay High School, Findlay, Ohio 2,3.
WEINSTEIN, JOAN 117, 153, 155, 177, 229.
Chemistry 2, Student Prints 4, GAA 2, I-Questers 3,4,
Latin 2, Math 2, NFL 2,3,4, Quill 6: Scroll 3,4, Speech
2,3, Sec. 4.
VVEISS, ROB 117, 188.
WEST, DOUGLAS 118, 159.
Engineering 4, Projection 2,3,4.
WHIPPS, MARGARET 93, 118, 156.
Camera 4, Drama 4, GAA 4, Student Council 4,
Flushing High School, Flushing, Michigan 2,3.
WHITEHEAD, BOBETTA 118, 173.
Band 2,3,4, GAA 2,3, Orchestra 3.
WHITEHEAD, IESSIE 118, 168.
GAA 2,3, Orchestra 2,3,4.
WICKERHAM, TIM 118, 168, 170, 171, 172, 173, 229.
Band 2,3, Treas. 4, Chess Sec.-Treas. 2,3,4, I-Questers
3,4, Orchestra 4.
WVIECZOREK, NANCY 104, 118, 164, 184, 210, 211, 220.
Camera 4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,3,
GAA 2,3, VP 4, Student Council 3.
WILCOX, BOB 118.
WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH 118, 184.
DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4, Leaders 4.
WILLIAMS, KRIS 119, 230.
VIC C6zE 3,4, Wrestling 2,3.
WILLIAMS, THOMAS 119, 173.
Band 2,3,4, Chess 4, YFC 4.
WILSON, ROBIN 119, 152, 164.
Choir 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, YFC 2,3,4,
Res. Cntr Staff 2, Latin 2.
WINKLER, PAT 119.
Drama 3, Mod. Language 2,4.
WISNOFSKE, LOYAL 119.
WOOD, CHESTER 119.
WOOD, DOUG 119.
WOODARD, MELANIE 119, 168.
DECA 4, Orchestra 2,3,4.
WOODARD, ROBERT 119, 164.
Choir 3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Orch. Council 3.
WRIGHT, ANNE 119, 155.
Drama 3,4, Student Prints 4, Mod. Language 2,3,4.
ZECHMAN, JOHN 119, 156, 159, 164, 185, 196, 198, 223.
Choir 2,3,Pres. 4, Hi-Y 2, VP 3,4, Orchestra 2,3, Pro-
jection 2,3,4, Student Council 4, Varsity "S" 3,4, Foot-
ball 2,3,4, Tennis 2,3,4.
ZEISLOFT, KEITH 119, 153.
Debate 4, Start High School, Toledo 2.
ZIEMKE, SUSAN 119, 152, 154, 164.
Band 2, Choir 2,3, Sec. 4, Council on World Affairs 4,
Drama 2,3, I-Questers 4, Latin 2, Nat'1 Honor 3,4,
ZINGALE, CAROL 119.
FTA 4, GAA 4, Valley Forge High School, Cleveland,
ZUNK, CHUCK 77, 109, 119, 152, 173, 229, 234.
Band 2,3,4, I-Questers 3, Pres. 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4.
ZWAYER, PAMELA 96, 119, 155.
Choir 2, Drama 2,3,4, Student Prints 4, GAA 2,3,4,
Ach, Paul 122.
Ackerman, Robert 122,212.
Adc, Randy 111,l22,153,177.
Allen, Terri 122.
Alschbach, Janet 122.
Ando, John 122.
Andrews, Larry 122.
Anneshensley, Stephen 122.
Anthony, Dick 122,185,188,196,198,208.
Armstrong, Chris 122.
Augsburger, Dawn 122,126,157.
Bacon, Bob 122.
Bacon, Jo 122,164,227.
Baehren, James 122,155,178.
Bailey, Brian 122,l90,212.
Bailey, Claude 122.
Bailey, David 122.
Bain, Don 122,173,140.
Baldwin, Rick 122.
Barone, Jerry 122.
Barrow, Roger 122,185,196.
Bartcls, Cheryl 104,122,164,210,226.
Bauer, Paul 122,159.
Baumann, Pat 122.
Beaubien, Linda 123.
Bell, Ken 123.
Bell, Sally 123.
Bennett, Dave 123,129,140,173.
Benton, Diane 123.
Benton, Paul 123.
Berendt, Rick 123,193.
Biler, Alain 123.
Bin ham Jerry 123
Bish, Gene 123,196.
Bissell, Brent 123,l63,164.
Blackford, Ray 123,209.
Blakeman, Gary 123,173,185,l96,198
Bliss, Bonnie 123.
Bloomer, Bill 123,168,188.
Bockert, Bill 123.
Bomia, Paula 123.
Bonkowski, Ed 123,193.
Booth, Thelma 123,164.
Bopery, Leroy 123.
Boros, Alan 123,182,185,188,189,196,
Bortner, Tim 123.
Boulton, Deedee 123.
Box, Tom 123.
Bradley, David 123,212.
Braeutigam, Bonnie 123,155.
Bramson, Mark 123,132,153,177.
Brnuer, Daisy 123.
Brott, Tim 123.
Brown, Bonnie 123.
Brown, Tom 123,l56,185,190,191.
Browning, Dave 123,156,185,188,196,
Brunner, Mark 122,124,153,156,157.
Burling, Randy 124.
Busch, Debbie 124.
Bush, Barbara 124.
Butterfield, Nancy 124.
Butz, Sharon 124.
Cade, Cindy 124.
Carlson, Phil l24,140,173.
Casagrande, Linda 124.
Chen, Rosemary 124.
Cherry, Kathy 124,173.
Chevalier, Carol 124,226.
Clark, Judy 124.
Clemons, Karen 124,164.
Cofer, Jim 124.
Cole, Valeria 124.
Colgan, Randy 124.
Collette, Mike 124,173,180.
Cook, Jim 124,185,l96.
Crabtree, Don 124.
Crandell, Jeff 124,202,203,205.
Crego, Cliff 124,173.
Crider, Pat 124.
Crisp, Bill 124,173.
Croniser, Tom l24,l32.
Crossland, Geri 124,154,168,173.
ell Sharis 124.
Crowther, Jeff 124,l88.
Dauel, Debby 124,164.
Davoll, Denise 124.
DeCant, Steve 124.
Decker, Donna 124,127.
Decker, Sharon 124.
Deters, Jack 124.
Dickson, Rod l24,l70,173,183.
Dominguez, Linda 124.
Downing, Mary 125.
Dragg, hris 125,184.
Drennan, Pat 125.
Drolshagen, Richard 125,164.
Dudley, Nancy 125.
Earl, Lynne 125.
Edgar, Terry 125,194.
Edinger, Randy 125.
Edwards, Leta 125.
EE, Gary 125,185,l88,l94.
Egnew, Jim 125.
Eichenauer, JoAnn 125,184.
Eialgaolt, Sally 125,2l0,211,213,2l4,
Elekonich, Joe 125.
Elliot, Syndie 125,153,164.
Erdody, Peggy 125,2l1.
Erkert, Chris 125,128,164.
Evdemon, Karen 125,164.
Fair, Larry 125,173.
Fanner, Sharon 125.
Fee, Tricia 125,15-4.
Felty, Linda 125.
Ferdon, Phyllis 125.
Ferris, Don 125.
Finney Darlene 125.
Fischer, Ida Mae 125,140,173.
Fischer, Mike 125.
Fisher, Ann 125,226.
Fisher, Harold 125.
Fitzgerald, Rob 125,l85,188,196,199
Flaskamp, Richard '125,168.
Forbis, Jill 125.
Foster, Jeff 125.
France, George 125,182,194.
Frederick, Terry 125.
Frie, Paul 125.
Frost, Fred 125.
Frutiger, Joyce 125,164.
Fuller, Victoria 126.
Fulton, Nancy 126,154.
Gardner, Bob 126.
Gawrych, Jim 126,l53,159.
Gesell, Pamela 126.
Giauque, Ron 126,173.
Gilbertson, Deborrah 126,164.
Glenn, Melanie 126,164.
Glesser, Doug 126.
Gonzales, Manuel 126.
Gonzales, Max 126.
Gould, Kathy l26,173,183.
Gracheck, Trina 126.
Graham, Elaine 126.
Grant, Diana l26,168,169.
Grant, Nathan 126.
Grant, Shirley 126,158.
Graumlich, Ray 126,153,164,223,225
Greiner, Linda 126,l34,164.
Gulvas, Cathie 126.
Gurwell, David 80,126.
Haas, Bob 126.
Hackney, Steve 126.
Haefner, Louis 126.
Hagelman, Bill 126.
Hall, Don 126.
Hall, Jon 126.
Hall, Rufus 126.
Harrison, Paula 126.
Harroun, Sandy 126.
Haughey, Sue 126.153,
Hawkins, Susan 126.
Heinze, Rick 126,181.
Helpman, Debbie 126.
Henderson, JoAnn 127.
Hepler, Kathleen 127,153.
Hepler, Lynn 127.
Herman, Nick 127,159.
Herron, Mike 127.
Hess, Wayne 127,188,205-1.
Hesser, John 127,181.
Hicks, Mike 127.
Hill, Rick 127.
Hobbs, Lorraine 127,22l.
Hodge, Glenda 127,168.
Holmes, Arlene 127,l64.
Hopkins, John 127,168,173.
Horne, Lora 127.
Homey, Martha 127,228.
Horoszcwski, Steve l27,l93.
Houscr, Darlene 127.
H b D' 127.
u er, ianne
Hufford, Kenneth 127,153,168,173.
Huycke, William 127.
Hyde, Kim l27,209.
Imes, Dick 127.
Isenstein Bill 127.
Jackson, Chris 127,188.
Jackson, Sara 127,164.
Jarvis, Jay 127.
Jewett, Rick 127,153.
Johnson, Frank 127.
Johnson, Randy 127,132,228,230.
Jones, Bea 12'7,16S.
Julius, Jeff 127.
Kahn, Paul l28,132,188,194.
Kamer, Darrell 128.
Kamer, Vicki 128.
Kaufman, Jeffrey 128.
Keefer, Earl 128,188,194.
Keel, Vicki 128.
Keitzman, Brad l28,153.
Kelly, Cindy 128.
Kern, Bob 128,164.
Kesler, Kai 128,169.
King, Bill 128.
King, Don 128,159,213.
Kin' Pat 128
Kinlg: sieve 1is,1s3,15s,1s2,1s5,1ss,
Kingsley, Jane 128,173.
Knapich, Barb 128.
Knepper, Shirley 128,164.
Knous, Hank 128.
Knowles, Bob 128,156.
Kocinski, Jelf 128,l81,185.
Kocster, Regina l28,162.
Kolling, Doug 128.
Kortier, Rick 128.
Kosier, Ernestine 128,162.
Kovacs, Carol 128.
Kramer, Karen 128.
Kreusser, Tom 128.
Krichbaum, Gary 128,164,193,225.
Kuehnl, Janet 128,160.
Laman, John 128,185,196,202.
Lamb, Connie 128.
Lannen, Lorena 128,158.
Lanning, Kathy 128.
Lapsanszky, Alice l28,218.
Laughlin, Loretta 128,l60,168.
Leitner, Greg 129,208.
Lenhart, Sally 129.
Lewandowski, Dan 129.
Lewis, Dave 129.
Liden, Kathy 129,l53,156,218,223.
Lindner, Dusty 129,163,164.
Lindsley, John 129,193.
Lindsley, Tom 129.
Linn, Dave 129,153,185,188.
Lino, Dale 129.
Lisinski, Becky 129,164.
Lisinski, Nancy 129.
Long, Dick 129.
Long, Laurie 122,129.
Lucan, Suzanne 129.
Luif, Rick 129,163.
MacBride, Heather 129.
McCance, Bruce 129.
McComb, Lorrie 129.
McGee, Tom 129.
McKenny, Tom 129,l94.
McKnight, Carrol 129,162.
McNeal, Connie 129,l35,158.
McNeal, Rudy 135.
Maedel, Judy 129,164.
Major, Carole 129,158.
Mandell, Darcy 129.
Mansor, Dan 129.
Marlin, Joyce 129,168.
Marshall, Peggy 158.
Martin, Marilyn 129,164.
Martin, Tim 129.
Mason, Barry 129.
Mather, Lowell 129.
Mathews, Jamie 129,164.
Mattison, Sandie 129.
Mazur, Marianne 129,140,173.
Meade, Terri 130.
Meeker, Bob 122,l30,153,180,227.
Meeks, Judy 130,162.
Mchle, Sandra 130.
Mclmuka, Kent 130.
Merickel, Bonnie 130.
Metcalf, Chris 13O,156,182,l85,l88,l94.
Meyer, Jim 130.
Saltzman, Nick 132.
Sampsell, Ava 132,215.
Sancrant, Edward 132.
Sanderson, Ron 132,178,179,180.
Santclli, Tom 132,153,l64.
Sass, Linda 132,173.
Savidge, Lennah 164.
Scharp, Doug 132,173.
Scheer, Ellen 132.
Schieb, Kathy 132.
der, Scott 133.
Scholl, Paul 133.
Schwetz, Carl 133,173.
Scott, Sheila 133.
Shaner, Janet 133.
Shaul, Marybeth 133,156.
Shoup, Leni 133,140,173.
Simon, Jim 133,196.
Singer, Lori 133, 153.
Sloan, Joyce 133.
Smith, Carol 133,156,184,211.
Smith, Dave 133.
Smith, David L. 164,173.
Smith, Jim 133.
Smith, Joe 133.
Smith, Pam 133.
Smith, Robert 133.
Smythc-, Marc l33,225.
Michalski, John 130,153,177.
Mihaly, Mary 130.
Miko, Sandy 130,160,173.
Miley, Mike 130.
Miller, Dave 130.188.
Miller, Marcia 130.
Miller, Mary Laura 130.
Miller, Mike 130.
Miller, Randy 130.
Miller, Sally 130.
Miracola, Larry 130.
Mitchell, Byron 130.
Mitchell, Steve 130.
Monroe, John 130.
Moore, YVendy 130.
Morrissey, Pat 130,164.
Moskala, Steven 130.
Moulton, Jeff 130.
Mowery, Bob 130,164.
Moy, Don 130.
Mueller, Linda 130.
Mull, Sue 130,164.
Muranyi, Sandra 130.
Murray, Nancy 130.
Myers, Tom 130.
Mylek, Sharon 13O,162.
Nealand, Denny 130.
Neeper, Jean 131,162.
Neeper, Jeanette l31,164.
Newton, Linda 131.
Nuhter, Phil 131.
Nuzum, Mike 131.
Nyitray, Bob 131,193.
Oakley, Bob 131,155.
Oberlin, Candi 131.
O'Dell, Robert 131.
Osgood, Rick 131.
Oswalt, Bob 131.
Ott, Janice 131,227.
Page, Barb 131,173.
Parker, Marjorie 131.
Parks, Peggy 131.
Patton, Barry 131.
Paul, Patty 131.
Pease, Gene 131,190.
Perkins, Harold 131.
Perkins, Nancy 131.
Peters, Nancy 131.
Phillips, Nancy 131.
Phillips, Tim 131,188.
Phipps, Jim 131.
Pietras, Nikki 131,135,158.
Pleiss, Mary 131,168.
Plummer, Jeana 131.
Porter, Sue 131,164,167.
Pratt, Gary 131,159,168,173.
Prey, Don 131.
Pritchard, Nancy 131,164.
Provonsha, Gail 131.
Puszczewicz, Richard 131.
Raabe, Marianne 131.
Rawlings, Penny 131.
Rechtine, Bev 131.
Reeb, George 131.
Reineck, Diane 128,l31,153,222.
Reyes, Mary 132.
Rieger, Tim 132.
Ringer, Mike 132.
Roberts, Terry 132,177,178.
Robison, Janis 132.
Roby, Gary 132,153,190.
Roby, Larry 132,190,202,203.
Rodriguez, Jesse l32,208.
Roehl, Bonnie 132.
Root, Craig 132,l88.
Rose, Becky 132.
Rosenberger, Ellen 132,168,171
Ruch, Richard 132,173,185,l93,194.
Ruckman, Barb 132.
Rumpf, Bruce 132.
Saionz, John 132.
Snodgrass, Anita 133,173.
Sobieniak, Emest 133.
Southard, Robert 133.
Spangler, Debbie 133,168,173.
Sparkia, Caryl 133.
Spino, Don 133.
Spino, Pat 133.
Spoonmore, Chris 133.
Spradlin, Tim 133,162.
Springer, Lee 133,173.
Stalder, John 133.
Stark, Paul 133.
Stenger, Stan 133,163,164.
Stevcns, Kathy 133,158.
Steward, Jim 133.
Stoler, Barrie 133.
Stone, Larry 133.
Stough, Bob 133,168,173.
Strayer, Kathy 134,173.
Streeter, Debbie 134,173.
Sturton, Pat 134,215.
Sullivan, Cathey 134.
Sullivan, Mike 134,151,208.
Swab, Dick 134.
Swafford, John 134.
Swartzbcrg, Rhoda 134.
Szymanski, Frank 134.
Tabbert, Roger 129,134,173.
Tallman, Vicki 134.
Taylor, Don 134,185,208.
Tebary, Jim 134.
Thatcher, Bruce 134.
Thomas, Charles 134.
Thomas, Todd l34,l64,209,212,227
Tillotson, Phil l34,l53,212.
Toth, Debbie 134.
Travis, Diane 134,156,211.
Troendle, Bob 134.
Trubow, Steve 134.
Tumer, Candee 134.
Tumer, Dale S1,134,181.
Urbanski, Dianna 134.
Van Fleet, Ann 134.
Van VVcy, Dennis 134.
Vickery, Linda 134.
Virtue, John 134,l59,178.
Vogeli, Tracey 134.
Vuchnich, Elizabeth 134,164.
Wackley, Sharon 134.
Waggener, Marilyn 134,164.
Wagner, Jackie 134.
Wahl, Bob 134.
VValsh, Dan 134.
Warren, Jim 134.
Warren, Steve 134.
VVatkins, Connie 134.
Weatherbee, Stan 81,135,l81.
Weiss, Bill 135,l94,213.
Weiss, Fred l35.l53,224.
YVeiss, Martin 135.
W'eitz, Maureen 135.
NVeldon, Steve 135.
Wells, Janet 135,164.
VVells, John 135,15-3.
Welty, Judy 122,135.
XVerts, Linda 135.
Westfall, Don 135.
Whalen, Tom 135.
White, Debbie 135.
White, Eunice 135.
Whitehead, Burt 135,168.
XVhitehill, Roger 135,181.
Wicks, Susan 135,173.
Wilke, Henry 212.
VVilliams, Mike 135.
Williamson, Cindi 135.
XVilson, Chuck 135.
Wilson, Mary 126,135,173.
Wilson, Roy 135.
Witschen, Steve 135.
NVittscheck, Joy 135.
WVood, Jim 135.
Woodard, Paul 135.
Woodard, Sheila 135.
Young, Bobbi 135.
Young, Linda 135.
Young, Ronny 135.
Youssef, Gary 135,193.
Zeitner, Terry 135.191.
Zvara, Pete 135,185,196,212.
Achenbach, Brian 136.
Aiken, Mary Jane 136,162.
Allen, Diane 136,158.
Allen, Richard 136.
Allen, Ronald 136.
Allmendinger, Jim 136,168.
Ammerman, Roberta 136.
Ainmons, Connie 136.
Amsden, Pam 136,162.
Angle, Candace 136,162.
Apple, John 136,172,173.
Armstrong, Robert 136.
Avad, Susie 136.
Badders, Dave 136.
Bailey, Mary 136.
Bailey, Wanda 136.
Baird, Mary 136.
Baker, Carla 136.
Baker, David 136.
Ball, Sandra 136.
Ballenger, Nancy 136.
Barber, Terry 136,147,185,20l.
Barcus, Gary 133,136,137,156,
Bamett, Doris 136,162.
Barto, Dave 136.
Baum, Ken 136,194.
Bauman, Janet 136.
Baumann, Judy 136.
Bailtlggartner, Rosemary 136,
Beddow, Jeffrey 136.
Beery, Charlene 136.
Beightol, Mark 136.
Bemis, Gary 136.
Bender, Linda 136.
Berndt, Gini 136.
Betz, Dave 136.
Beveridge, Dave 136,164,173,
Beverly, Connie 136.
Bine, Linda 137,162.
Birch, Christine 137.
Birch, Ray 137.
Bischop, Kyle 137,183.
Bissell, Sue 137.
Bitter, Dan 137.
Bleckner, Chris 137.
Blessing, Pat 137,162.
Bloom, Mike 137.
Bloomer, Jeff 137,l49,173.
Bluni, Joanne 137.
Bockert, Wayne 137.
Bodner, Annette 137,139,156,
Bonaminio, Ernest 137.
Bondy, Dave 137,162.
Borkowski, Shirley 137.
Bosch, Mike 137,147.
Botzko, Warren 137.
Boudouris, Terry 137,148,173.
Bourdeau, Bonnie 137.
Bramson, Robert 137.
Braun, Marcy 137,162.
Breneman, Mike 137,168,173.
Brown, Bev 137.
Greg 1 37,1 73.
Brown, Rose Ann 137.
Brown, Wayne A. 137,201.
Brunner, Jenny 137.
Bulson, Don 137,173.
Bunting, Joyce 137.
Burgess, Connie 137,162.
Burkhart, Becky 137.
Bumard, Mary 137.
Burtis, Cheryl 137,162.
Busch, Rick 137.
Bustow, Arlene 138.
Butala, Sandy 138.
Campbell, Bob 138,200,201.
Campbell, Richard 138.
Canham, Hank 138,164,201.
Carter, Mickey 138.
Cavitt, Ron 138.
Cawthorn, Pogo 178.
Cawthorn, Robin 138.
Chambrey, Marcie 138.
Childers, Andy 138.
Christopher, Jill 138,211.
Clark, Joe 138168.
Clark, Mary 138.
Clark, Randy 138.
Clark, Ray 138.
Clark, Willard 138.
Clemons, Mark 138,168,173.
Cleveland, Lynne 138.
Cleveland, Pam 138,162.
Cole, Linda 138,168.
Collier, Nina 138.
Collins, Roseerin 138,162.
Compton, Karen 138.
Compton, Randy 138.
Comstock, Linda 138.
Comstock, Ron 138,206.
Conn, Becky 138.
Connors, Tim 138,139,156.
Conrad, Jerry 138.
Cook, Wayne 138.
Corliss, Jerry 138,191.
Corry, Grier 138.
Oorser, Mike 138.
Cousino, Linda 138.
Coventry, Linda 137,138,162,
Cox, Chris 138.
Crandall, Jane 138,162.
Crandell, Dave 138,147,207.
Crandell, Linda 138,162,176.
Crosby, Sandy 138.
Cross, Sue 138,162.
Crossland, John 139,153.
Crowther, Bob 139,162,202,
Cmm, Janice 139.
Cunningham, Ron 139.
cziiiii, Fred 1a9,1ea,1s4,2os.
Czajkowski, Sue 139.
Dallas, Dave 139.
Dallas, Toki 139,162.
Daniels, Mark 139.
Darah, George 139,147.
Dauer, Chuck 139.
Davis, Mary 139.
Davoll, Charlotte 139.
Day, Sherry 139.
DeBoe, Fritz 139.
Debord, Dan 139.
Deblaere, Debbie 139,158.
DeLong, Jim 139.
Denicola, Sue 139.
Deutsch, Ken 139,162.
Devenney, Chuck 139,193.
DeVriendt, Doug 139.
Dickson, Leslie 139,173.
Dickson, Linda 173,214.
Dietrich, Denny 137,139,201.
Dipc-it, Randy 77,139.
Domschot, Tom 139,173.
Donovan, Carol 139.
Doren, Ralph 139.
Drath, Dale 139.
Ducote, Wally 139,162.
Ducy, Terry 139.159.
Dukes, Phyllis 139.
Earl, Kim 139.
Edelen, Rick 139.
Edinger, Bill 139,162,185,206.
Edwards, Jackie 139.
Egan, Cheryl 139,162.
Ehnnin, Betsy 139.
Eichcnberger, Kris 139,179.
Ekstrom, Carol 139,162.
Elden, Lucky 140,207.
Elekonich, Jerry 140.
Ellis, Dave 140,173.
Ellis, Delilah 140,162.
Elmer, Danny 140.
Erkert, Julie 140,156,162.
Ernest, Denis 140,168,194,207.
Eubank, Marlene 140.
Ewing, Nancy 140,168,222.
Eynon, Diane 140.
Feldtman, Sue 140.
Fetters, Debbie 140,162.
Fink, Matthew 140.
Fletcher, Steve 140.
Flick, Florence 140.
Forbes, John 140.
Foster, Dave 140,173.
Fox, Tom 140.
Frankforther, Gary 140.
Frankhouser, Robert 140.
Fritts, Diana 140,l73.
Fritz, Denise 140,148,173.
Frost, Carol 140.
Fuller, Doug 140.
Furney, Pat 140,162.
Gempel, Tom 140.
Getzinger, Joe 140,201,209.
Glover, Mary 140,162.
Goldstein, Dave 140.
Gomoll, Larry 140,201.
Goodremont, Diana 140.
Gottschalk, Dave 140.
Goulet, Sue 140.
Graham, Bill 140,168.
Gramza, Brenda 140.
Grant, Geoffrey 140,207.
Grant, Greg L. 141,206.
Greenwald, Heather 141.
Grimes, Rick 141.
Grissinger, Sue 141.
Grodi, Mike 141,173.
Grubs, Tom 141,173.
Gummow, Bill 141,159.
Haarbauer, Mark 141.
Hagan, Sharon 141.
Hageman, Joe 141,173.
Hall, Becky 141,162.
Hall, Jim S. 141,162.
Hall, Ken 141.
Hall, Pat 141.
Hamel, Steve 141,168.
Handel, Georgia 141.
Harris, Dave 141,173,200,201.
Harrison, Jane 141,176.
Harrod, Russ 141,201.
Hart, Sue 141,148,173.
Hartley, Ruth 141.
Hartman, Marsha 141,162.
Hatzidakis, Tim 141.
Hauter, Diane 141.
Hawkins, Doug 141.
Hawkins, Roberta 141.
Heilman, Shelley 141.
Heilman, Tom 141,159.
Heiney, Ron 141.
Helpman, Cathy 141.
Henegar, Connie 141.
Hensley, Ron 141.
Hepfinger, Carol 141,162.
Herod, Jack 141,207.
Herrel, Bill 141,179.
Hill, Larry 141.
Hite, Clarence 142.
Hodge, Brian 142.
Hodge, Bnxce 142.
Holler, Ed 142,207.
Holmes, Becky 142.
Holmes, Bill 142.
Hoover, Karen 142,162.
Hopkins, Chris 142,162.
Horner, David 142.
Hott, Sharon 142.
Householder, Phil 142.
Householder, Vickie 142.
Hubbell, Howard 142.
Hubell, Linda 142.
Hughes, Linda 142.
Humphrey, David 142,162,201.
Humphrys, Greg 142L
Hunter, Gerald 142.
Hurley, Terri 142,162.
Hynes, Frank 142.
Ilfland, Pam 142.
Iott, Rick 142.
Jacoby, Joyce 142.
Jameson, Jerry 142.
Jennings, Brad 142,19l.
Jewhurst, Dave 142.
Johanson, Eric 142,173,194.
Johnsen, Glennis 142,168.
Jones, Jerry 142.
Jones, Jeslyn 142.
Jones, Linda 142.
Jones, Martin 142.
Jones, Sandy 142,173.
Joseph, Valerie 142.
Minich, Joy 144.
Miracola, Joey 144,162.
Mominee, Brad 144.
Montgomery, Kathy 144,173.
Mooney, Sam 144,201.
Moonrian, Robert 144.
Moose, Linda 145.
Morris, Patricia 145.
Morrissey, Diane 145.
Moses, Pat 145.
Murphy, Mike 145,162.
Myers, Jim 145.
Myers, Vem 145.
Nederhouser, Karen 145.
Never, Danny 145.
Newman, Karen 145,168.
Newmark, Sharon 145.
Notman, Kathy 145.
Nuffer, Joe 145,173.
Nuhfer, Wesley 145.
Oberlin, Lorrie 153,162,225.
O'Neil, Jay 145,201.
O'Neil, Norman 145.
Oscar, Debbie 145.
O'Sullivan, Tim 145,201.
Pace, Janice 145.
Pahl, Mary 145,168.
Parent, Rick 145,173.
Parke, Cathie 145,162.
Parker, James 145.
Pascoe, Ed 145,164.
Patton, Doug 145.
Pennypacker, Terri 145.
Kalmbach, Carolyn 142,153,
Kalmbach, Tom 142,173,209.
Kanneman, Nadine 142,l62.
Kaufman, Darlene 142.
Kean, Korki 142.
Keefer, Roy 142.
Keister, Earl 142,159,209.
Keller, Don 142.
Kelly, Dave 143,182,206.
Kennedy, Dan 143.
Kent, Tom 143,176.
Kiefer, Ron 143.
Kinser, Mary Jo 143.
Kirkland, Cathy 143.
Klosinski, Phil 143.
Koch, Carol 143.
Kovach, Theresa 143,l62.
Kovacs, Dehbie 143.
Kranz, Ken 143,162,20l,206.
Kremer, Linda 142,143.
Kretz, Steve 143,185,196,206.
Kreusser, Kathie 143.
Kurtz, Bev 143,162.
Lafierty, Ralph 143.
Lang, Debbie 143,162.
La Point, Bernie 143.
Leathers, Phil 143.
Leichty, Jerry 143,147.
Leighton, Doug 143,168,173.
Lewan, Steve 143,201.
Lewandowski, Mike 143,159.
Lewinski, Larry 143.
Lewis, Amold 143.
Lewis, Karen 143.
Lewis, Sharon 143.
Licata, Jim 143.
Lindsley, Dennis 143,145.
Linver, Janet 143,144.
L0 Fiego, Shirley 143,162,211.
Lopez, Kathy 143.
Lowe, Gene 143.
Lowe, John 143,156,179,201,
Lucan, Pat 143.
Luettke, Linda 143.
Lukacs, Glenn 143,206.
Lumpkin, Cathy 143,162,173.
Lutter, Don 143,173.
McCann, Mike 143.
McDonald, Melanie 143,162.
McGeorge, Earl 144.
McGovem, Sally 144.
McIntyre, Don 144,182,200,
Phipps, Barb 145,173.
Pieczynski, Sharon 145.
Poast, Bill 145.
Poppe, Mark 145.
Porter, Dave 145.
Porter, Rick 145,162.
Porter, Ted 145,164,207.
Prescott, Larry 145.
Prottengeier, Paul 145,173.
Puhl, Pam 145.
Putman, Mark 145,162.
Quinnell, Carol 145,156,159,
Raabe, Maureen 145.
Radebaugh, Lynn 145.
Rahla, David 145,162.
Ransom, Kathy 145.
Raszka, Denny 145,164,206.
Ratajsld, Colette 146,162.
Rathge, Mike 146,201.
Ravenscroft, Lee 146,202,203,
Ravin, Robbie 146.
Rawlings, Jim 146.
Ray, Guion 146,162,207.
Reece, Karen 146.
Reemsnyder, Connie 146.
Rciger, Jud 146
acnmci, Jcliii 146,173,l80,209.
Rcyerse, Pete 146.
Reyes, Tina 146.
Reynolds, Pam 146.
Ries, Ila 146,173.
Roberts, Mike 146.
Robinson, Carla 146,162.
Roby, Chet 146,168,206.
Rodebaugh, Debbie 139,146,
Roden, William 146.
Roehl, Don 146.
Rogers, Carol 146.
Rogers, Tim 146.
Rohweder, Ed 146.
Romanoff, Judy 146.
Ruch, Ron 146,194.
Ryan, Kathy 146,162.
Sanders, Cindy 146.
Sanderson, Shelley 146.
Sass, Debbie 146,162,174.
Schaaf, Jeff 146.
Scharp, Diane 146.
Schieb, Dave 146,182,206.
Schneider, Steve 146,162,206.
Schneider, Sue 146,162.
McKimmy, Gene 144.
McSorley, Terry 144,183,211.
MacEacheron, Ray 143.
MacKay, Betty 143.
Mahlman, Kathy 144.
Malko, Dennis 144.
Mangold, Lavon 144.
Manning, Maureen 144.
Mantey, Terry 144.
Marsh, Karol 144,162.
Marsh, Karon 144.
Marshall, Peggy 144.
Merritt, Beckie 144.
Messerly, Howard 144.
Mey, Liz 144,162.
Meyer, Denise 144.
Mierzwiak, Rick 144.
Miesner, Robert 144.
Mihalis, Irene 144.
Millar, Dale 144.
Miller, Darlene 144,225.
Miller, Gini 141,144,162,211.
Miller, Jeff 144.
Miller, John 144.
Miller, Linda 144.
Miller, Mark 144.
Miller, Terry 144.
Millis, Laurie 144.
Schoff, Debbie 146.
Schuette, Joe 146,201.
Schulmeyer, Hans 146.
Schwires, Diana 146.
Scott, Dean 146,209.
Scott, Judy 146.
Seabright, Dave 146.
Seyer, Robin 146.
Shanks, Doug 146,164.
Sharp, Carol 147,173.
Sharp, Ed 147,164,201,209.
Shea, Dan 147.
Shelby, Ann 147
Sheneiield, Bob 147.
Shockey, Nadine 147.
Shull, Cynthia 147.
Shull, Diane 147.
Siefext, Rick 147.
Silvennan, Henry 147,207.
erbeck, Ron 147.
Smeed, Tom 147,173,201.
Smith, Carol 147.
Smith, Dale 147.
Smith, Gary 147.
Smith, Greg 147.
Smith, Janie 147,183.
Smith, im 147.
Smith, John 147.
Smith, Kathy 147.
Smith, Patti 147.
Smith, Randy 147,173,185,194.
Smith, Vern 147,162,182,196,
Smithhislcr, Nancy 147.
Smothers, Debbie 147.
Snyder, Mark 147, 173.
Sobczak, Gary 147.
Southard, Roland 147,173.
Sparks, Jim 147.
Spaulding, Stcve 147,164,207.
Spitler, Jerri Lee 147,162,173
Spitznaugle Sharon 147,173.
Stacey, Vicki 147.
Stahl, David 147.
Steele, Judy 148,162.
Steele, Melissa 148.
Stevens, Bruce 148,173.
Stevens, Ron 148.
Stewart, Tom 148.
Stillwell, Connie 148.
Stiner, Coram 148,162.
Stoll, Kris 148.
Stone, Don 148,173.
Stone, Jim 144,148.
Stone, John 148.
Strahota, Rick 148.
Straub, Dodie 148.
Straughan, Gary 148.
Strausbaugh, Janie 14B,173.
Strong, Allison 148,162.
Studyvin, Roger 148.
Sturtz, Bob 14B,162,168,173.
Swafiord, Sue 148,158.
Swentzel, Don 148.
Tabb, Roy 148.
Tabner, Mike 148.
Tammarine, Rocky 148.
Tanasichuk, Toni 148.
Tanner, Diane 148.
Tansel, Doug 148.
Taylor, Bob 148.
Taylor, Carol 148.
Telford, Barb 148.
Tifft, Sue 148,2l.1.
Tippen, Cereta 148,162.
Todd, Wanda 148.
Tokarz, Denny 148,153,163,
Tonkel, Ilene 148,162.
Tovery, Dave 148,168.
Troendle, Mark 148.
Turanski, Jean 148.
Turanski, June 148.
Tumer, Karin 148,162.
Tuttle, Bruce 148.
Urban, Frank 148.
Urbanowicz, John 148.
Vancil, Paul 148,194,201
Van Etten, Linda 149.
Van Vorce, Barb 149,162.
Veh, Russel 149.
Vincent, Tom 149.
Vitou, Paula 149,173.
Wahl, Jack 149.
Waldron, Linda 149,162.
Wamsher, Jerry 149,156,206.
Ward, Bob 149.
Ward, Colleen 149.
Waters, Carol 149,162
Watkins, Claude 149.
Watts, Karl 149.
Webb, George 149.
Weiss, Steve 149,153.
Wheeler, Caryl 149,183.
VVhitaker, Karen 149.
VVickerham, Terry 149.
Wieczorek, Annette 149.
Wilcox, Tim 149.
VVilhelmi, Alex 149.
NVilke, Henry 149.
Wilkinson, Joe 149.
Willhite, Nancy 149.
Williams, Joe 149.
Williamson, Bob 149.
XVils0n, Jackie 149.
VVilson, Sue 149.
Wiltse, Chuck 149,200,201,
Wobser, Mike 149,173.
Woellner, John 149.
kv01'llgRlTl1l1l'l, Ricky 149.
Wonnell, Cheryl 149,162.
Woodard. Denise 149.
Yaw, Mike 149.
Yoh, Sandra 149,160.
Young, Debbi 149.
Young, Jim 149,164.
Zenz, Jack 149.
Ziegler, Judy 149.
Ziemke, Cindy 149,162.
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discovering that no carbons of organizations copy
have been made
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Director of Photography Bob Oakley
Photographers Scott Hall
Business Manager Connie Fletcher
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