Sylvania Northview High School - Wyandotte Yearbook (Sylvania, OH)

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Chambers bursting with the curious. The corridors between- a vacuum. Hunger is appeased, confusion made simple, love is born, companionships Hower. All in a building, a friend itself. XS? igxgi Six Q all S5 c 'Biff- YEES , , , Zeiss' Wafer - 22,1 2 1-fu ' N E "532EE, WNY?" fsz?1 szsiii"'1QQlJ1g1 , YK? .M g ,wkgu .mb , . .im fy sftkgbfi 1 -ani Q CZ- Tv H -w res Vjllsif J ,Q w fs-E f I ,E-ig, V, QE, -'25 A,- arg, 3 555 : 1 fr- xii ilugxi mq, 'X A H H me. 56 ,B 3 pail iiisv-: L m ww"rrFm" Q5 H f Study links the tangible with intellect. To think, to enjoy, to wonder, to understand, to question, to believe, to discover. Learning widens horizons, sharpens perceptions, and connects a mind's frontiers with the unexplored. A person is free only within himself. A constant striving for knowledge binds a man with his mind, fuses achievement with comprehension. To study forms a bridge between thought and life. g ,,w, K U , , - , W , n e ' . .. ' . ,gg o a'v'w'..,..,. I ' vig. 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' u i. 1 .Q Z Frm IQ' ,. .W 4 'fi 4 1 -V , .'1"aw -,.' ,' mm 4 , - . 5 . . -.1 .4 L. fgf' , aw ..-' A -',' rp, s ' ' ' .: ,Age Y: FH ,www L 'Wi - ' , . asf? ' 1 Aj was L. 1 - js ' QL - Ez. Y , , 12:4 - '-fi: .- .1- w 13' GE1:: fQ'iE a ' K' H , AZ -,L ' 5 , 3.1 I."-1 'gf - -'1 -'fr ri-1, ,- - , -glil ig. -H Q j 1 1 fm' ' .117 'K A., A , 15229 , l ' H.: -'5 . "V ,Q 1, A '5' ' " H' " Y . gil QL 'fgiif 2 K F ' few .1 ,W 1. .A , V ,Q V ff ' , Z , , , - - ' I A 1 7-Q ., '1' " H w W H, uw m m U v Q N ,M , H4 1 H H H H uxuwmw H H NH H - 4 sex ' ,. AMX S7 wx Y fxgilgwi ' 'M"ff'mH,, , ,Q K M 4 H ffgguuuu -f,,gg l. ,M A-+ i , 1 w N H H wx 'qi H 1 K x if X ff ,K 5 2 sassy H , ,"i?.f?Hs V. ,, x 1 ,u Administration ties trust, faith into school unit Above left, serving as business manager of the school system, was Mr. Richard Fuller, assistant superintendent. Above right, construction and maintenance of all buildings fell under the supervision of Mr. Hugh Straight. Lower right, Mr. George Erickson, federal coordinator, handled the federal funds allotted to Sylvania City Schools. Center, the members of the Sylvania Board of Edu- cation were Mr. William Crandell, Mr. G. E. Keefer, Mr. Stanley Hesselbart, Mr. Gordon Deye, and Mr. Richard Kimmelg standing, Mr. Clyde Plant and Mr. Norman' Bischolf. 20 Working closely with the board of education, Mr. Clyde Plant, superintendent of the Sylvania City Schools, oversaw all the activities of the schools. Assistant superintendent, Mr. Richard Fuller, was in charge of all business procedures, selection of all secretarial personnel, and stu- dent transportation. Mr. Fuller worked in close connection with Mr. Hugh Straight on the con- struction and maintenance of the Sylvania build- ings. Acting as federal coordinator was Mr. George Erickson, while Mr. Richard Kimmel handled the treasury. The purpose of Mrs. Maxine Put- man's job was to cooperate with principals and teacher committees and to head the teacher re- cruitment plan. All of these coordinators strove to secure student and teacher relation bonds. Mr. Clyde Plant, in the third year as superintendent was always bettering Sylvania High an our com- munity. Better school buildings, improved curriculum, proving the educational system H. 1 "ss: ,1 my W at Sas, X ,fs 'i13wi , W 'ru L' "up mes- will " w Mr. Richard Kimmel, above, clerk-treasurer served as recording secretary and treasurer of the board. Left, Mrs. Maxine Putman, director of curriculum, was re- sponsible for continuous development and improve- ment of all levels of the curriculum. 21 and higher teaching standards were included in im- Key figures coordinate past experience, skills Mr. Roy Becker, in his first year as principal of Sylvania High School, stepped from the position of assistant principal, a position he commanded for three years. Because of his 17 years experience with the high school, Mr. Becker was able to do a great deal for the welfare of the school and its students. Along with the assistant principal, Mr. James Glase, he guided the 1584 students along the paths of secondary education. Overseeing all public relations and work with the teachers, he promoted school unity. A man of many duties, Mr. Glase wrote excuses, ordered all text books, and scheduled functions and activities. In addition, he continued, his duties as athletic director. is H N M, E ,,, PN ' I 'lg-'-L+,.... E92 S S Ready to lead Sylvania through another day, Principal Roy S. Becker enters Sylvania reminiscent of the re- sponsibilities his position entails. in ig . I ' 3' Duty calls as Mr. Becker maintains solid relations with civic leaders. wllillli H M .W i L , . L71 1 , . Q H w m m m Jew m fa ' u A lv 1 1 Leadership of Mr. James Glase serves to build firm foundations for successful endeavors. 552 .s l we W H m H u 1 ll uw ' s Xl Combined tasks of Mr. Roy Becker set harmony into school pace. V Secretaries Mrs. Rita Peterson, Mrs. Anna Flickinger, and Mrs. Debbie Blackford help to keep the school running efficiently by typing, sorting mail, bookkeep- ing and handling outside correspondence. 25 s 2 ...'wh5..5'j..NN .. mf .5 s English paths direct flow of understanding Foreign languages and speech had one thing in common - indoctrinating the students with the essence of communication. The foreign lan- guages offered were French, Spanish, Latin, and German, a new course this year. Labs helped students to speak more fiuently and to compre- hend more readily, furthering the ties of under- standing. Sy1vania's speech and debate departments gave students the opportunity to use their minds by projecting their thoughts. Journalism aspirants had learned the basics of publication through work on the Wyandotte, the yearbook, and The Student Prints, the news- paper. George Bang B.A.,, M.Ed. H : um, B, ,tw Vw , wt, Rosalie Carr A.B., M.A. ww I' H H ,lf B1 ah.: ii! 3 Frederick Marlo B.S.Ed., M.A. Bernice Musick A.B., Mm. , N 24 K FZ w Suzanne Owen Nancy Powder Constance Stackpole Jacqueline Westland B.A. B.Ed. A.B., A.M. B.B.A., B.Ed.5 M.Ed. 25 Several media relate avenues of communication Spanning the vistas of communication, Syl- vania's English department was constantly adopt- ing new techniques of teaching. In its second year, the American literature lecture-seminar proved very beneficial in improving student's interest in literature. All English teachers intro- duced students to well-known authors and their Works, while reading classes increased accurate and rapid reading skills. Senior composition classes emphasized general writing skills to pre- pare pupils for college and further Work. Each teacher tried to create a challenge to tax the student's ability to comprehend. ,af FRN .--.-we 1 Georgia Baird Marjorie Engle Marcia Fluhrer William Hollinger B.S.E. B.S.E., M.A. B.S. A.B., M.A. 26 Wayne Hammond Ida Scott Mary Wallace Ronald WaHace B.S.E., M.A. B.E. B.S.Ed. B.A. 27 t Histor facets merge doctrines ' e of man's cultures t mp, Thad Abell I new J Thomas Kochendorfer Roy Mansiield Wayne Mauk B.S.E. B.S., M.A. B.S., M.A. 28 4 4 i David Mertz A.B. Mary Ann Mueller B.A., M.Ed. john Petterson James Virtue Alan Voggenthaler B.A. B.S.Ed., M.Ed. B.S.Ed. ru, ,nw we 'H in 1 .. new ww in w if N,,wH3,r.iVww ,MA X H1 M f 'Jw H1 Mum -2 'M f- Nw H .fe iw. vm Teaching the students to understand and partici- pate in the social, economic, and political problems of today was the main function of the social studies department. Realizing the need for knowledge of the leaders and culture of our country, the school offered many varied courses to link the present to the past. American history taught the heritage of the country while vo- cational history related concepts of our country to everyday life. Seniors were required to take government and had their option of either sociology or economics. The study of world history helped students gain a better knowledge of today's world by correlating events of yester- year with today. 29 Theories synthesize doubts into certainties Soaring into the exactness of the mind is a full- time job for students in the math and science departments. Precision is a much strived-for goal, yet the student is not stifled in creativity. It is the aim of these departments to encourage the student in pursuing his interest as far as possible. State and national competition spur activity in an explorative atmosphere. Compe- tition is keen and Sylvania teachers spend much time directing and coaching students in the attempt to attain paramount standards of knowl- edge. . -1. n Robert Berning Ralph Barry Kenneth Carr B.E., M.S. B.S.E., M.A. B.S.E MEd Marilee jones B.A., M.S.Ed. Thomas Gillooly A.B., M.A. 30 James Kopp Norma Mead Emmet Sheronick B.S., M.E. B.Ed. - B.S.Ed., M.Ed. L-2' I 3 George Tombaugh L N B.Ed., M.Ed. 6 Lewis Whitman B.S., M.A. 'TW f -n 1li 31 Commercial skills open doors of business world In its quest to teach students the fundamentals of business, the business department attempted to create typical oiiice conditions by the utili- zation of modern office machines. Students re- ceived a background in business math, business English, shorthand, bookkeeping, and typing, and those in office practice acquired secretarial experience. Seniors took advantage of the distri- butive education program to learn marketing, merchandising, and business operations and had practical experience in all of these in the work program. Insight into public relations ethics was gained by these future leaders of the busi- ness world. Linda Dardenne Theodore Dennison Sharon Gilchrist Sandra jones B.s.E. B s E B B E , 'Q' ?N Charles Johnston Robert Minsel Ann Thompson Wanda Trombly B.S.B.A. B.S.Ed. M.E. B.S. B.Ed. B.S. Fifi" 2- 33 Technical mastery symbolizes chain of industry Russel Ammons Thomas Althoff Richard Bertinger B.S.E. B.S.E. B.Voc. Ed. George Blakeman Richard Guyton B.S. B.E., M.E. - RE H H Va. if Hilmar Johnson " 'ire B.Voc. Ed. i A . 'PIM , I W w N Ross Graves " gs- , ,' B.Voc. Ed. ' -leg 1, K gs y R james Mohn B.V0C4 Ed. lciitii A ' ,X '- 34 Peter Stamos Glenn Morgan Henry Pucilowski Robert Rower james Slagle A.B., B.S.M. B. Voc. Ed. B. Voc. Ed. B.E.,, M.E. li l I ""-:TZ Orrison Werner B. Voc. Ed. . Virgil White B. Voc. Ed. 35 Richard Wright B.S., M.A. Two coordinate sections of specialized learning were Trade and Industrial education and in- dustrial arts. Designed to stimulate the vocation- al talents of the participants, they also provided a basic educational foundation for future careers. T811 consisted of four separate departments: automotive service, machine trades, carpentry, and electronics. Most workers were upperclass- men who had completed the first phase of learn- ing in industrial arts as sophomores. Serving as an exploratory outlet where students were exposed to all areas of trade, the vocational center aided them in their choice of specialization for the following years. Learning welding, plastics, metal, woodcraft, and drafting, stu- dents were responsible fot one project in a Held each six weeks. p B.B.A., B. Ed., M Ed .i1i lrlmjizsf H Advisers bond creativity with sincere pursuits Richard Alleshouse janet Crandell Louis Davis james Glase B.S., M.A. B.E. B.M., M.A. B.S.E., M.E. Charles Hickman B.S. jane Grastorf B.S. Ed. M.S. Ed. 36 his james McDonald B.E. 4+ :f-ug Herbert Sweebe B.S., M.A. B.S. M.A. Ruth Vaznelis Thomas Watson B S , Roberta Zechman B.S. james Zechman B.S.Ed. I .. 112 2 . Y4 mm' u:A , ff M..-f 5 ,, m Ms? .-if ...mmm , ' .annie H ,V mu f if xl r llg lig t 21533 37 Specialized areas catered to the creative in- terests of the students. Homemaking taught household skills along with child care and de- velopment. Artistically inclined students tried their hands at pottery, mosaics, graphic arts, block printing, and painting. The a cappella choir, band, orchestra, and music appreciation and theory classes provide outlets for those with music ability. Through intensive indoor and out- door gym classes, students became more physical- ly fit. The library and resource center were valuable sources for students and teachers alike, containing visual aid equipment, records, films, and an impressive collection of books. uidance staff helps students is Mfvti , map goals 1 W Mr. Thomas Tonneberger, above, sophomore adviser, and Mr. Elwood Edinger, above right, junior adviser, direct the students in their academic programs. Miss Rose Standish, below, guides graduating seniors to higher education. Mr. Walter Woodhull, below rigbt, vocational counselor, assists boys in their specialized fields of trades and industries. ,ASAE H 9? Well-known persons seen during the day throughout the halls or in their offices are Syl- vania's guidance counselors. Miss Rose Standish, Mr. Thomas Tonneberger, and Mr. Elwood Ed- inger have been alfiliated with Sylvania for several years, and in September Mr. Walter Woodhull joined the trio to contribute vo- cational counseling to the students. Vocational students are now more personally aided in choos- ing an appropriate field of study for future oc- cupations. Miss Standish, senior counselor, guides graduating students in their choices of colleges and professions. For the underclassmen, both Mr. Edinger and Mr. Tonneberger assist students in correlating courses with abilities and future plans. ,: . .,,, M, Ji' B.at4.:.:ms1i...mwL, ' - - SENIORS 13.15-is I ' f ,N , ' A 14 'f x - .f-fy U ye? fglif ,.. i -'53 ' M . ..rfrvfv as 5g3?F'mw J., W fp :ef 'fi Tfwrff-Ye E Y V , -W . H 1 55:02-sw M. M, g,g?7f,,fk 55,135 ,. Z J, if fi' Z Y' Rui 2214 Y ., 2, --3 52 :LW G Q my fi ,LLL 1 , u :MAH L Q ihijlligg , 85? 2, -H , - W, M' 7 Qs - 221 W P- Q33 if 5 I gr 65 ,yy ' Nigga! T 53 25 Y X . MQ uxxz Ei fm E, N , I .wg N 1e?3""" ' mv- 1 flaw M QQ ,EE fi-Qgf fix H Wflui? ' Z -,..- ,g L ,- ..- , ,W wfsg, , w 55 u ,w 12 Mag, ,yi N , my HH mi grew, X Ei. u Seniors' continuit for fellowship ties leaders with peers Vice President, Randy johnson Secretary Wendy Moore Treasurer, Sue Hawkins 42 President, Dick Drolshagen With leadership and determination untested, seniors began their year. This drive came to light the night of the homecoming dance, "Touchdown at T wilight," when several seniors and underclassmen joined to form a band before the belated arrival of the professional musicians. Class meetings in the Little Theatre allowed seniors the opportunity to voice their opinions on upcoming events. In keeping with the time, the seniors sponsored a dance, "The Great Pum- pkin Strikes?" October 28, where masked and costumed students revelled in the gym, mixing merriment and mirth. The year passed fleetingly with the senior breakfast, skit, and the Student Council variety show, concluding with the prom in May. June came all too soon, bringing gradu- ation and baccalaureate for the still enthusiastic seniors. The ceremonial close of the year re- vealed the many steadfast and enduring ties of the Class of '68, ,Ti fn! Working to coordinate class functions, senior advisers Mrs. Georgia Baird, Mr. James Slagle, and Mrs. Sharon Gilchrist supplied the final link to the chain of senior events. xx X 'Nan' ies? I 'ax ' Robert Ackerman Janet Alschbach Stephen Anneshensley Dick Anthony Randy Ade James Atkins Dawn Augsburger Susie Avad Georgia Akiki Chris Armstrong 43 Seniors harmonize to produce noteworthy reSults M Wiww J QZIZV' Brian Bailey David Bailey V Mm- iv Q f I .. ' ,, 'E 33535 . L E-sf XNSFN t ii V 1 Mm' MH , 7 I Jo Bacon Bob Bacon James Baehren Donald Bain D Rick Baldwin Kitte Ball A portion of the German band C115 Crego, Dave .Ben- Jen. Barone Ro er Barrow nett, and Ken Huiford perform at a Rotary meeting. y g 44 A rx. 'X l K , - TW J1- N ,Q '1l+.-- V ' il fi .pn ' KES me 3 3 e 3 giggtxl ,Gif Front row seniors-Debbie Gilbertson, Judy Maedel, Shirley Knepper and Joyce Frutiger-added to the tone of the alma mater during the Whitmer pep assembly. K ff" N wvvssggsaiwitieiir' , , x M Kiwi! ,em mem, Q Paul Bauer Cheryl Barrels Paul Benton Rick Berendt Patricia Baumann Sally Bell Brent Bissell Gene Bish Linda Beaubien David Bennett Jerry Bingham Bruce Bischoff ' 45 if Q , L, ,, I Seniors mix spirit i i with vitality to spur on victor , ,Q fi Bonnie Bliss William Bloomer Y WN Th M, P " ' Ji ' 2 W e 7. 3-'W eq'-'I if f.-:-.fag A .tb N .. ai' : , ' x -' n x.. V - tn. - 11' ,, ' floikrfff ifieffie "M Q" A . I Ed Bonkowski Thelma Booth Darcy Mandell adorns the gym with posters in pre- A1 Borsos Tim Bonner paration for the Maumee pep assembly. ' A --f H--Y l Ray Blackford Gary Blakeman William Bockert Paula Bomia 46 -vm, A N" -. W' 15-E Sass? -vm m ms pqai' f I wwfy, I L11 N -6 iv x " " will David Bradley Bonnie Braeutigam Thomas Brown Bonnie Brown ..-shi'- i' " fl Deedra Boulton Mark Bramson Dave Browning Randy Burling 5 QE -mr, 'wt'-'va ,Z 2, . '1 A tfhw. if 513 '33 Q-if 1 , H N, :X f 5 "Ri H HQEELSEA WHEEL Thomas Box Daisy Brauer Blgunner Instilled with unlimited vitality, seniors rank first in lm fort pep assembly spirit contests. 47 utumn's highlight homecoming, blends senior memories WMM .bd r 4 V if . ' v Long hours of toil were reflected as the 1968 homecom- ing float was unveiled at the game. mb quas- Phil Carlson Rosie Chen 48 52, nu, M W ii, N H:i?aQi,:E i , me-,,N.a ,QR Debbie Busch Nancy Butterfield Sue Campbell Kathy Cherry iq! fl-5 i EFA Q.. nz 2 g e: ,W 1 Barbara Bush Sharon Butz Shelley Carder Carol Chevalier I With the help of an aluminum ladder, Steve Witschen hangs a false ceiling for the homecoming dance, "Touch- down at Twilight." a 45- N it gm , A .fl f i,.1.: 4 ,-1V ,zl in K ,gm N Q Ven I E Ai V A,- Y, ng, : , Y YW' A - 5.1 f. 5- , , 4: 'v ' 3- MJWP WT! H ----:il-xv-V11-L i Fi . :-, -.:.:.... U, N Ei, WN mg, Wlgiwi, 1 , , ......... .55 , W x1.fuHz f-- .. lime Wwlrhi Im -9 4, wi , ,lil wgw-H1.w5i,:zHwwwm Liam: ll 131 -ww ,V -..S , . . . L 'Sfmt Jim Cofer Valeria Cole Patricia Crider Bill Crisp Randy Colgan Mike Collette James Cook Don Crabtree Jeffrey Crandell Cliff Crego 49 v 1 . - - ai , , Honoring facult , in seniors maintain custom of respect ' , Zio , Him , Y , ,, 1, UU ,, M :NW ,, W X W "HBS, S4 !" x YS: Qs'-lie-gf 9113? Debby Dauel Denise Davoll Geri Crossland jeff Crowther Rod Dickson jack Deters Donna Decker Sharon Decker Mary Downing Chris Dragg Jim Dolquery Linda Dominguez Richard Drolshagen Nancy Dudley 50 During National DECA week, Mr. Ron Wallace accepts an apple presented by Kai Kesler and Janis Robison on Teacher Appreciation Day. gf!--CY -450 - , 4 Y.-. ' ,, 1, Prlffsfggggigeiligzf , . j 535452 - 1 45? 'ff'-'zf 43,6- Shelley Dunham Randy Edinger Gary Eff Leta Edwards Lynne Earl JoAnn Eichenauer Joe Elekonich Sally Eickholt Terry Edgar jim Egnew 5 1 l Seniors mingle at lunch, relax with their companions :iii so Karen Evdemon Larry Fair 45? . V N qi .f"" '- SN , U .,.. F , N :Nm m, Q W l Peggy Erdody Chris Erkert Unconscious of surrounding conversations, Nick Her- Tricia Fee I-illdil FCIYY mall eHi0YS 21 glazed PHSUY during 1l1f1Ch- Phyllis Ferdon Darlene Finney Mike Fischer Ida Mae Fischer 52 6 i 7 During a lapse from the unrelenting pressures ' school work, Patty Paul and Alan Borsos pause to change glances during lunch. by Z 'ff' F ix i- ,.. , ' " ,, X7 A is r Harold Fisher Ann Fisher Terry Frederick jill Forbis Rob Fitzgerald Richard Flaskamp Nancy Fulton Joyce Frutiger Jeff Foster George France Paul Frie Vicki Fuller 55 Seniors shape goals through abilities Debbie Gilbertson Melanie Glenn 4, ,. ,W Wayne Hess works on creating clilferent eEects with water colors in an Art IV course. 54 jim Gawrych Doug Glesser Kathy Gould Diana Grant Ron Giaque Manuel Gonzales Trina Gracheck Shirley Grant 'Gr--,gn , . we-3 7117 1011. 5 Cathie Gulvas Linda Greiner on Hall Paula Harrison in f 'W'-M' 'f3m'67EwT" Y ' ' M ' rf "' ' H 5, Aix , H ,'N, N ' H . ,i .1 Ray Graumlich Robert Haas Sandy Harroun Susan Hawkins David Gurwell Steve Hackney Sue Haughey Hewey Heady Debbie Streeter records information directed to her by a dictaphone. S5 Seniors appl knowledge in class 33956 to develop skills F MH' , 1' 1 . I , Vhi,g we-1-i , ,3:55igf-F 1' H. A, Ig5,:,,' 49- . A . .',1 :,'.5 X: ' I Qs' 1: I 1 , H . ,.. J: ' .s . SHS' . " vuifqyfi V , - 4 il'1 -' Barb Page practices an homemaking class. fi' 15- W Y 1'kXg1,f35fW - , ,wi r uri H- mi vi , - in ,sign H, in w 'sn .iff V f wg? l' I H.. H, M "1 i il f ,q 22 ' gr- :1.. 5 1,1 ' was 1, 4 7? rdf? '. S , ,?iZ,r,p "W , ' as , . gf ig - intricate stitch during a senior WH:-, hi' Nicholas Herman Michael Herron Rick Heinze Debbie Helpman 56 Bob Hendrix Sharon Hensley Kathleen Hepler Lynn Hepler Wayne Hess john Hesser Determined to achieve the desired edge Joe Elekomch grmds a chisel durmg machine shop My fi Michael Hicks Loraine Hobbs Glenda Hodge John Hopkins N64 Y . -. ,, Rick Hill Stephen Horoszewski Darlene Houser Arlene Holmes Lora Horne Nlartha I-Iorney 57 Capable seniors is fuse lectures with E- practical usage ' Q Eh i ll' 1' L qicmzv N , 41'-prawn .qu-1" Kim Hyde Dick Imes Dianne Huber Kenneth Hulford Sara Jackson jay Jarvis William Isenstein Christopher Jackson Beatrice jones Franklin johnson Sue Jennings Rick jewett Randall johnson jeff Julius 58 Z-:'E5iF,. . :- ,nur 1 - .' l Working cooperatively, Steve King, Dave Linn, Don Roork, and Doug Glesser record data from the titration 1 apparatus during a physics experiment. p Y ee Y l gl we-F I 'uw n Paul Kahn Robert Karrmann Earl Keefer Brad Keitzman Darrell Kamer Bob Kern Kai Kesler Don King Vicki Kamer Cindy Kelly 59 Seniors display leadership through endeavors El, W N 1 P Pat King jane Kingsley i E 1-fi 1 i 3. ,emi 1 -VH H' I 'if"Izli5??WQ"' F gin Meeting in the Student Council center, Bob Meeker, Marybeth Shaul, and Ray Graumlich approve campaign posters for an upcoming election. 60 - Nalep nfnc Steve King William King Barbara Knapich Shirley Knepper Howard Knous Robert Knowles jeff Kocinski Regina Koester H ,,, i X. WH -N .1--gui ' Ahwrji g i,'Wffg2-fi. H. H W H H W Wim wha...-im-, L, Lfw 7,,,, Doug Kolling Ernestine Kosier Karen Kramer Lorena Lannen JW'- .XR Students Prints adviser, Mr. Fred Marlo, indicates a grammatical error to Pam Smith as Liz Vuchnich and Marc Smythe prepare for an upcoming deadline. M E : ,a,,ii,fwffw2: 1' "Wx i 15 any S i Ea! ' ' :il 7'5'1 zs: M Lge ,, ww if W1 X v f' v X i, ,s E f.,es11:-Li-.v Mui m 1 Kim Au M S .1 Wwfrgmfviii ' ,uz.i,'faf21Qf: w im H W W, v wx Richard Kortier Gary KriChbal1m Carol Kovacs Greg I-either Tom Kreusser Alice Lapsanszky 61 H ' Eg 'V wi janet Kuehnl Loretta Laughlin ,, l W" Class unity strengthened by senior symbols ' f'-1 HW 5 ki vs A ll' KW Dave Lewis Kathy Liden. l' Y:-'qv wwf S 11, ,, , iv ,, ,,, L , ,Z 4L?m'f',,'f"',,"," ", E 4 'Q A A, 1 H ,U we ww w 1 ,ww ,, H H uf- vw l l F w, uw H H 3, !,,H,W,wA,wM,w , , , , -,..,,n4,,, it Q, , , 5 ,, , ., L, , , .,,a4l.W, nn . lm 1, 1' w,,4,w ,,, ,, fs.1',e:2w:,,z , , l ll , J, M w . A. . ,HE ,Mt W X, ,H .WH H H ,t,,s:?5gz5ggg,i.. ll . rem f -fwfrnv..--,Q1'3,f., , U , ,g 'QQ-hgfffjiifil Sally Lenhart Daniel Lewandowskl Dusty Lindner John Lindsley To L'ndsle D e L'nn At 'the homecoming game, Bay Graumlich proclaims Beglgy iisinsgi Nami? Liginski a vtctory for the Sylvania Wildcats. w, ,Q WSE? -n::?5", 15:17 "F" '91 ,., 'wgwnti Kendrick Luif Bruce McCance Connie McNeal Tom McKenney gs' 2 -, QW fi .1 ggwgu J Laurie Long Sarah Longman Thomas McGee Carrol McKnight Judy Maedel Carol Major Darcy Mandell Dan Mansor ,wi 2' , V: 1-agar ,vm avg-,, 'mu M MW .ww H Nf.?A gjgihtwi i gg- 12346 www H :B Seniors interweave lasting friendships through A 1''N1111liiif1igigjjiiiwliliiilvrkl ue Hniu"R Q1 'H,l"5iiif5 Willem? " , JJ " , QQ lim- , ' in me ii 1 will wars. vw,-ww sa, 1 mme-azz A H iw, , .fain . , H: 3:3 ' ws I gaivuuuw um' . . , . 7 1 'af lf. ig Y ji ' H - ' .. ' an H Ja, n.. N-.fi-, L . ' 'wr N r., 'W , M Hi ' All Q , ME QQ, ' I Y i as H , i V. , K Yrs,- l Y if' -'Q " , i ' 4 ,iw rri V I fl! I ' V . se-:fu ' - -V l. fzsgzrsszllizrfq 1 " y :affix Y W. if 'fl -, ! , ,, , ii i, 1 ll Q5 Leonor Ortiz informs the assembled students of the customs of life in Argentina, her native country. 'No:oM"w Sandra Mehle Robert Meeker 64 5 X 1 i " uw U W Xu H in ii ix v V if my ,Q .E-- sg- A q in ? J :il if is l l W rg ,NL . 'ijlijf n ,wi V Fagan 4 Peggy Marshall Tim Martin Barry Mason Lowell Mather jamie Mathews Marianne Mazur Judith Meeks Chris Metcalf Q r i, ' w v' AFS chairman Dawn Augsburger speaks of her trip to Costa Rica, which was sponsored by the Americans Abroad Program. , 1-..,, inns? ig i I iff' ,A V, ' :"9'. 'EZ' Jim Meyer Lance Michaels Marylaura Miller Marcia Miller john Michalski Madelyne Mihaly Sandy Miko Mike Miley David Miller Mike Miller Seniors demonstrate acting technique with comedy V ,yr gr ee-H+ M ' A5553 a " Byron Mitchell Travis Miller Randy Miller Sally Miller Pat Morrissey jeff Moulton john Monroe Wendy Moore Sandi Muranyi Suzanne Mull Bob Mowery Linda Mueller 66 Tom Myers Sharyn Mylek In the annual magazine assembly, emcee Rick Jewett, V left, announces Miss Popular Mechanics, portrayed by Gary Krichbaum, as the winner of the magazine "Frog," Ray Graumlich. ltd' ' ' uusezzm' W 1 , ,3af1",,. W" , 1- W, ,, 1. H, l ,, " ,Lg ' "fm" " iefsiwslv 'WH' M M 1-g,QfwgfJ.E M uv H w ii 1 mth N W Q ,ya 1 ,- !?wWZ3""w m L Lila? :Nl I-' 'x ,aiu-VM-p -ww 'NS-9 If i fi' Denny Nealand Phil Nuhfer Linda Newton Jeanette Neeper Karen Nealand Bob Nyitray Leonor Ortiz Candy Oberlin jean Neeper Mike Nuzurn 67 Seniors gather to benefit from useful facilities I ,wa . ,fa- LQ? Janice Ott Barb Page assi ww.- W ky H ww A or .sl ri "'T'...aF' I W Wcqf KW,.. ' QTY' f Rick Osgood Bob Oswalt Peggy Parks Barry Patton Concenttating on French accents and word pronuncia- NIEIZIZEYPEZELS NGene 1? ME? tions, foreign language students Rosie Chen and Alice ancy er ms Lapsanszky make use of the language laboratory. 68 we H my M Wi-ff' "TT':mv qvv'f" . Card catalogues in the resource center were a helpful reference to Shirley Grant. fo V fi f? 1 'li . Swiss x .-'.,, my ii' V xl, il Z 3 i Y H I, o -Q Q, w LMP' ,, 'E s . 1 . 'v e'v Y , . F5 ,f,tq,v' - xv 4 5195 if 3, .. ,-:Haifa , AMER' 9--up - 1q.fUl?'j3f'f 5 11, it W L Nancy Peters Sheri Peters jeana Plummer Sue Porter Nancy Phillips Tim Phillips Gail Provansha Richard Puszczewicz james Phipps Mary Pleiss Gary Pratt Nancy Pritchard ui vw H in w uw mm, Seniors congregate M1 11?Niua-5, 352244 11 to converse, compare thoughts 1o Q' "ia, :EV K 'VHP' X: QQ?-wir 1 ew 1 Diane Reineck Terry Roberts V A Q1 am :g -My ...-..-,4. Y Q--fd 1--1 ' 1 'Y , 1: 111 11 111 :se . Qtrw ttt A e Q oesleee , t 1 1 , 1 me 1 155 at 11133 Q? ' With the long awaited ringing of the bell, Thelma Booth and Bonnie Brown march to their next lecture, as Steve King and Frank johnson leave government class. 70 mwWMlWwm, 'ln , .sg l 1 1 1.1 1 111 1111 11,111 111 111 1111! Y 111 ,,, 1 1111" J Q 511 N 1,Y1111,, " 3115! Bev Rechtine Janis Robison Larry Roby Donald Roork 3 Qi " f' ,fro -P: -, C -arf Z-Q fl. .51 11 as I 5 11 H .r Y , ,. .f K " .- 1131? 111,,113p -,,g1.1Y1lg3. W ' ' 1 , L , 5 at N K , Y 111 1 fe s ff' , . q.1.:ggmi1,L2x,-:: I George Reeb Gary Roby Bonnie Roehl Craig Root H 3 ,rsasiism ? V 1 w li' W fix'-'ff' Becky Rose Nick Saltzman Linda Sass Douglas Scharp m as , waz.. 5 -X V9 'fx an 55. W-4:3 ' Bruce Rumpf Richard Ruch Thomas Santelli Sue Sauve ,udp If '- ,mm ,1 ,1 , , aw ' I ,- ..... - -, :JI ff: - - 4 LW sk Ellen Rosenberger Ron Sanderson Lennah Savidge Ellen Scheer nouncements attract the attention of Randy Ade and u Sally Lenhart. As graduation becomes a prime concern, senior an- 71 Parallel with stud ing is senior counselling, advice From the book covers on her display board, Miss Rose Standish recommends an informative book on Western Reserve to Cindy Kelly. , "Wi, 1? ' W ii 1 ef 'gg f , ll S f' Q Y A -i 3' 'F -1- 1 is : :ah " gl -5 , vu ew- ,. ,H H, 'gl ww ,i me fue-J. , l " W ,H M, janet Shaner Marybeth Shaul Brack Schertzer Kathy Schieb Scott Schneider Paul Schoff Carl Schwetz Sheila Scott Leni Shoup jim Simon -:W gnu XT'::'f:f Paul Stark rifles through the convenient career Hle ' H which was prepared by Miss Standish for the guidance MMQQ, J OfBC6. HW! ' ' ' , f 3,3 5. ' we , 25 A ffiffn V - i lsr ju. , ,N Q ,Qi 1 af' x 4' f"..,1j,", .aw .11 N , Y ,HW , , 5-a,pr,,M 1 'die , 2 K, ' Lori Singer Ronald Slaughterbeck Robert Smith Anita Snodgrass Joyce Sloan Carol Smith Dave Smith David Smith Joe Smith Pam Smith 73 Seniors flock in favorite meeting places ...... 1-I ,T ' 'in-f N Pat Spino Carol Sparkia Marc Smythe Robert Southard Buck Spoonmore Tim Spradlin Don Spino Debra Spangler Stan Stenger Kathy Stevens Lee Springer Paul Stark Bob Stough Gary Straughan 74 Looking forward to relaxation, Jim Cook and Rob Fitzgerald discuss after-school plans. f 'QM' l bag Virginia Strawser Patty jo Sturton Cathey Sullivan Richard Swab Kathy Strayer Donald Taylor Vicki Tallman Roger Tabbert Deborah Streeter Frank Szymanski 75 Humor, sincerit reflect senior H 14 .ik f-1 ll f ix' NH H 'N' 'N ' attitudes 7 ..,, W J, , gt-g Lee Thomas Todd Thomas Xxx-" ,,-AQ: 445145 . - ff .,, Following the traditional senior dip, band member K. C. Huiford smiles disdainfully. 76 Jim Tebary Bruce Thatcher Michele Thorpe Phil Tillotson Diane Travis Bob Troendle Steven Trubow Candee Turner 1511 , 1 W 1 'S aw , 1 ir? I W I gg W l 522 , TT? . fi KM Wa,-f , f Q wwf 11x "11HH"11 11 11 +1-"-427' is Dennis VanWey Sharon Wackley 1 1 ,335 ll., I 1 ' are 11- , M, ,151 ,11 1 ' 1 1 1 - 111111-1 1111111111111 Linda Vickery Marilyn Waggoner 11111 1,11 11 R: is I. x -1 ' - 133 Y UQ? ' ' 'rl' 1 W1 Y' 1 Y' gjtl l y M 1-'l1,", , - F1711 V Z 11552: 4 V ' 1 ll 1 1 11i31l11'i1E55N111'1' " 1 1111"' 'W111 1 l1 11' 'f' A- 4 11? , 1 M ,1 1 : 5 1 111 ,111 . 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L1,fAF'uf,-11.2 1 ..-'111m 71 -V 1 1117 H , 1 .5-5511-1-1.1 "11+'3-'EEK f' :VE 2.1 1 ff 1317 "f n: 1,1-'71 - wt ' '1-Uv' -'..,- 'i' .F "Ni, K - , .5 Vg 71 , -' ,, , .:.".:fx 1 , 1 , ..1 -1 - 'E we-:1 1 , - 1 - Q -- 1 .2 81:1 - .i'5'j'i 1:53-5 1.11 111 7 uffi' : I' .-'ll' 2 N1 1 .','f 1' P -2- 252 1- "'111"'11"'- 2 111 1235 1 1111 'ui' .564-425:22 '- "M " :w -1 5-1, 1-1-1-..-1- ff 5 1 , 1 :Q-13---, ff 1 -:ig1 11miE ,11 11 -. -xf.1-1-gg-5-11 -3 ..1,1 11 ' --M, Jw- ,. 5,5511 ,. - 15:1-151-1:11.53 .'1 :gig ,g 1 ,,f J Y aan 1 'E15"'-7 ?-:1 .Zf , 1' QQ-Q Ziff 1 1' "Q 5' . T 'il' if , 1' '1l?,1 iii .... 1 2 5-ski! , 25215 ii 1 .1 JA 'f 231 2 z -3. 1-Q55 pp- it ,1:g1 " H1331 tt., ,111 K TTT -QT .l f 1' L 59215--'J 7 111' . ' g 1 11 115 -1' 1-15"':f':'f'f'f' 1" I , 3111111111114 1 , , .5 15151415 qiglifg' 'W x .2 51 131 1 , F5114 , :,:gf:: ' - E137-ML1' at . ' -rl-r1..1.11 -1: H , 1 51:3 r "' ,,.il1-QgKFE- ' ,. f1,1gg.L'.:1,1. 5:1-21 .- ' '1111111 gi 1-L H. 1 1 e"Q5S1is11- Y- ,- , fe - - ' A J, . 1 f ' 11-M ar-21 ..,. - 111 During the excitement of the Maumee game assembly, football co-captain Alan Borsos presents a pep talk to the student body as emcee Marc Smythe listens. 77 Seniors shine in spotlight, connect dreams with realit i 3 ' af SX i ww ,mess w w,5z,g'w w 1 1 , l as H Ease v The familiar voice of Ray Graumlich is heard daily as he delivers the morning announcements. I '1' sg ' ' W ' H" in i,1,f1,5"IiH"'r wuuvll suw 1 'alia H ,. Wg Q'i'1u1Hi ' r irraao oaai n a NW: 9m fag-13 QW, 11 , lziiiw-Lmi Q iii', ri -:.::: H :-: wisf: :--'-v i N -an uw wr, H, W, ,av . V .- 2 ,V 'im 4 - V ., uw 2453 .:- . ,...., 4 .1 .. - m H ,, .jig 5- 'fy .:.-fa: .. - was , . W e e e . a i ee ' l 3 1 Hfjfs 'I i Q4 3 , 1 l 1 ' f 'R l Ab' 1 Us F in Allyn V M-fl x , l -KQZ P -da ' 11 S? - Judi Welty Janet Wells 78 Steve Warren Stan Weatherbee Bill Weiss john Wells , I,-rf aswell ii if iz- f xl , .-jf' iw s. vvv 2 f W, Jim i if J' I mm W i 39,29 ,.. 12 M 'w..i.E:Q':ErEEE 1" ' 9 -"LE, 1 , I 1 Q9 A z . ',,lhsP"g N ' v N- wifi. ,if 5 ' iffitm 'IU'- Connie Watkins Fred Weiss Maureen Weitz Don Westfall ir? 13. ,fees During a practice for the all-school play, "The Diary of Anne Frank", Randy Ade listens while sophomore Cathy Tropf recites her lines. Thomas Whalen Eunice White Cindi Williamson Henry Wilke Mary White Burt Whitehead Roger Whitehill Sue Wicks Joy Wittscheck Chuck Wilson is r Q WK , We 4 i fs , J Mis w,,m.,g, 5 I 152 H1 El, 4 iff- . - 'zsmsge-,, ,,"' - . 1' - ' ' . s,sf.,r. ,V , -mr L ,,-. M - W . L 3 W WH, . l . fx w.m:w., , 1 . kgfflm xsgggfigggh!,1w,l11,wif S w ,tw ,, Q 1337 W zfaf' 25:1 1 e 51:5 in-ll? In dazzling array, Alice Lapsanszky and Fred Weiss sparkle in their costumes at the Halloween party. 53235, ',.f'R,:45gg1. Ki' - WL 1 , H E Vyzlggi ' rm H mi ii' ' Q" Linda Young Bobbie Young Leroy Wilson Mary Wilson Steve Witschen jim Wood Paul Woodard Sheila Woodard Terry Zeitner Peter Zvara 80 CLASSES "" """ 4 ps. F..-.-146'-""' i...l'..!.l.l' rm' ff? ,. ' 1, U, up ,ww , 1 , M Q, W, , M 39' M i , W fm N H H M ,, . YQ' ..,.j,i'i ' Vfw:-'fL ,zg ,N H 3 ..-: W, 4 , . LV' ' 'Q'- V v fs NH H! , ' 1 fSw!N'1',,5,gggj1s i whil- ' 'W ax' . ga Ww1,,. V, 1'mxs11lu'M gfsfggfw H, N .w5..,,, mr J . 1 Q Y 5 W ' ,q1,."'. . Lgay agffgfgggzg ,,,,,, U, afar: , A .wif 1, if-Wi f X1 5 H v W W xlwyff' U1 ,. !149,f3Qg3 M .f .- Wg. , E1 - EW M553 2 , , . y , A My Y mwkgyq ' slap-- kx A N 52- , xv, ef ,. A , , My vf ,A ww Qq,Mi in 5- V ' -Y: w H' A 'YKTE Y :gif vm --w-wwf, U an 4 4 '.- , . 4 A. 3, 1 , Jw' V - 55 1- M 3 ms ,Ama , . J 5592 ff A W, fa f - ,V 'QQQ' V' ' A mwuwgg ' . 1- Y' ww A H ww 1 ,LW , , , W 5 , '1'1,M: M ug' mm H if i ,H ., 3Q,,. "' 'QW J' 'f , iam, , "ul, 3 , , L W , , 4 V, -iw- QA . w M: .4 " g5?V'Q,,,z M Sgifgiyz 'VJ 'H Q3 wise?555''w.J1u.v2i5g?g.."'...'w.. Ei gg, ' ' 5122" iw , . YE Lk gm, L ,, fee ee s l n na , . Jangnifiken un1ors form X or - - l link between SCHIOIS, e n s ' eel A . W r g i! :21 l iig 5 suuf - :,.. 1 ,sl 0 e,f C 1 Y A I . ,, eager newcomers U an n a yy in in a C r Roberta Ammerman X H Cf f V xlluu ' ' YV li' 1 in , gonna? Agxmons ,5, ig , 2 ii ' gf A X xxxziki A n am ms en if '- V ' 1 I 1' w i 'H 1 ,.:f .sw .f ee mga. .0 . -'1 jk - V :lr gob Agffgsfoflg he 'f e in i n y y i K F "' e ' r f f g n Mf r ' il-,'f' . ave 11 CIS 'Y 1 A14' l i l as -..,, C, Q , I. Q ' :':" H ,: - W, 2 7 ,gn gm 5: 1 . 33 V,,, Y - - M J Mary Bailey is HW Suv V lf Mary Baird , ., X ' f E 1. ff Carla Baker Q K X X M HA, X '- , Dave Baker W wl Q --H A in 1 M .' Jim Ballinger . ng X , ., ' ml b' , Terry Barber NX'-,gig -1--A u i 5 ig Gary Barcus U h ':,, ' X-..A X fe' 1 R is C ff l 1, 2 .1 . ., ' Doris Barnett W, I. A V , X ' Ken Baum ' M Y Janet Bauman , V 5 W, . . . v .-. Judi' Baumann ' " f 'N' L- H ' ' ' Rosemary Baumgarrner A , I7 M zl, ' 3 , , H H - -- Charlene Beery 'P Q 1 A X M' 1 2 Marc Beightol . J Q. I 2 Je "M Y 'A - , 5:5 Mafia. ' H, , EEE Y . H r,r. 3: ?'l"'.i:-F? Ma-A in M' ii wi 'HW' H ww ,ii ' H- 7 V ef 4- Mg. Y M , , ,. N. ' 'M H" H ' 'ma Wm N Wifi, b ,W 1Qg5gg,'..v" N535 ,, ,Qaraiilw Huuvii . i - , all fx-ew fe .7 ' vs ii Q' " A nnrnn rr l ae A productive junior year centers around the capable Elfstroma vice-president Hank Silverman, and treasurer leadership of president Tim Connors, secretary Carol Cindy Srgler. 84 xr. 11 JW 1, at M 1,,g,1 ,, ,W ,1,- V H fi, 1? I 1 1 1 1 FQ. , , , Q. ' i x1 f 1 xXXX is ,mXX11 slit .L- I - 1 A C fa 1 557' 1 Q 1 : Al:4 . Gary Bemis ew Gini Berndt ing :i-V' ' "7,,' . 1- ' C C .. . . fl '-ff" 1 -. .1 7.. s , ., ,ff!fn... . 4 1 LKI B" :IPFEEQV ' 1 S . if is f ,sq .- , H1 1 , Dave Betz ,.,: st, X ,... 1 ,,,.,X.,,.X ,X . ' ' jj, Q1 " ' ff. Dave.Beveridge - - ii '- 51 - X X, Connie Beverly . l 11 X1 ' " 3 : .' 1 , 11' L, ' ""' 'V F ' , rig ' .X V , . ,- Y 4 ' ' - .4 3 -V -'1 1 ' ' if 2 ' J' J :fri .,,sg??9' Y Q If A Xing. X X 1 1 JF' ,1 Q ,., . All ' :.l'Q"' Y E ,g ,,.- Linda Bine if sw i 1 C9 j' f NQH 55' A Kyle Bishop L X. V 1,15 X73 X-f", X , Sue Bissell W N J' 'A - . - X 'J L 1- in , .,11- X X J ' ' Mr. Wayne Hammond, Mrs. Sandra Jones, and Miss Mary Ann Mueller oifer their time and experience to serve as the advisers of the Class of '69. X 1 .NX Www- ff B 1 X 1 ,gy - ,X Dan Bitter iii, " gf XX ff '-. XX 1 Wig? ' Chris Bleckner , ' X1 X f 5 Xf QA ,Q Pat Blessing fa .1 if i H . ' f 'LSL Mike Bloom l , X fig, ff' 1 L.. ' I 1 " 11 wi 'ff Jeff Bloomer if VX,-.-:ff , , v' ' XX ix .lg j ., X Joanne Bluni T. , 1 , y 'A Xt, 1 jx, 3.-14 ' i f Wayne Bockert til Q fig .X I ' if B . ,H lr- 1 'e' ' " 1? fi' I 5 -11-Q' - i1 ' E A :C Y 55 ' 'N' ' Simi- 11 X, X 1 j M - - EHV- Annette Bodnar 5 1 g . 1 1 'M .X l 'A Ernie Bonaminio 4, 'N u,. , T , 1 , - . - V "- ,' 1 Da e Bond Q, FAQ il 1."' , F- 25" F' 'J Jw" 5 Shililey Borlycowski Xanax! X 2,1 v Z X1X ,Ftp x f S 4 X 1745, . ml XX1XXXX XX er I cv X ,,,,,, 1 cts, -" 1w,.,1 1 - X, W--f 1, Mlke Bosch 117 ' ' ' X -YB' X V, - ,Xi I . X 11 Terri.BoudourisaA 2 3" X , 'is1gy111f'. -X ' , ,X 1 A is Bonnie Bourdeau gl 'il' pi AL .4 1 V IX ' ' Serving as a link between incoming sophomores ' - Mike Bower and raduatin seniors the 'unior class returned ' ' , 6? ' XNX1 Robbie Bramson , g , g ' it -1+ 1 1 pa Btannan with experience and enthusiasm for a successful .ar , ,rr 1 df -rf' ' .X t , , , , ' MX 'X A- ' . lg. second year. Obtaining long-awaited class rings -vt' 'AZ 311 ' . . . . -X 1 U U, ' 13,1 marked an important milestone as tradition was W 4' 1 . .r-- s X 1 I 1 1 , ,,,, . D i ,A .fn f s 1 , I. 1 .5 pw., 45 . '5 I . -,.. 11 .X -, E X3 .1 1, sf fs- l 4113 -ss if XT XX, Q ,X 1 ar 1 X Q 1 is 1 ' K9 5 ' 01,1 V fe, 1 , 1 , Y., J I , -. C 1 Q . ul , 1 I ' Y , H --if -5 XI 1 V '- X " "-'111 11 v ,,, , sn- V -.5 . . Q 1 4 I nl, Q Marcy Braun Mike Breneman Bev Brown Brenda Brown Greg Brown Rose Ann Brown 85 broken and juniors changed to rings with round stones. The class made many plans for its first formal dance, "A Winternight's Enchantment," a memorable prom that preceded the Christmas holidays. Individuality played an important part as juniors excelled in athletics, dramatics, academics, and student government. The annual Fun-Nite in March enhanced the year, and elections for senior oflicers were the last duties before this class relinquished the title of "the juniors." unior traditions promote devotion, l attain unification ,Wayne Brown "'Sandy Bryan Colleen Bueter ,Barbara Bugg J Don Bulson Joyce Bunting .XXXXXX Connie Burgess iii X,',,X Becky Burkhart ll X X f"XMr1" """ ' 145 'N l' ' iw'- "Fl-'ld'lF'l'iV1 Mary Burnard ff? 'Q 'su Xl 1' ' X -' Cheryl Burtis ' .3 ' he-3 W '-k' X . H lf- 1 Richard Busch gi' S 17:2 'B' ,, Arlene Bustow .X I lg, 'll X 2' . X , , XX eg 1. t x ...esaff ..f . . if ' jg a. , XX B" SX ? "fn QF' " 'F' 'L "" 'E g'3H :,fjeXX'XY.ilQgg .,.,, 1 . X Ba,X.,.,Xg .X.XeXX?X. s 5. . in I ,-" . ii g X: ll sg 'lm 17 ll., 1, "' H 'Q , X X l , "" Y 'Q Sandy Butala Za X 5 -,,X XX . -2:1 X gf,-, X Xi? , ZX 'ri X .rt Bob Campbell M ,- X ,, 1 X ,H .- zlz 15X.,,,,,, ,M X Xt X ,XX X X Q LX X Hank Canham N J ,X , ff? rf. f- C i E 3 lf Q' . gl' .' i 'E ' 32 Ron Cavitt l ' ' .X ':' W ' 'gf 'Q l Pogo Cawfhofne ' . -. - 1'1f'2'? . gr. ' Q4 l fe l - . ig Marcie CgHrnbreY il ' 'llll ii ml Xl -- llglilg " ' "fi ll I 1 Bob Chil ers N. A i " ' .fn-'li 'f it ng l' g . 5 14,54 ' " ' if ' ' Jr it 1 A E . in ' ai. . 41" I N. f ' , ' X I "" , . ffl 'M nf' :l'E'T C l J l ll lla! 537-A ll ii' ll i ul sf - 1 ' E '- Q V 6 Diane Childers - sz- , s o lei I N ttt 5 L l Jill Christopher ii f A--' ll f ,. in , :uw ' 5X ' ' R Joe gllark k 1 ' Q .X I .1 f gf.. X all Xi ., X 1. X, ' G W. R20 Y Clar B 1 ' 1 .5 ,fill il. ik if 1 ii .4 " 1 ii Vi' F'-Y I Ray Clark Xb s XB ,, A Z ii 5 X e .-X Eiga X Willard Clark " i ": CW' is .. ai. F '22 Mark Clemons ' Q 'lp X . ' jf' Tl' ' V "-- -F ' X ' X, . r f . ' ' ' .. ' .. W . :L l '.'.- -",,1',3' .ff f I f' Y X ' X JY T yw ,I O X A New f! j?,Xi4-WF Y W XX-Xf fain vm XY Xl :XY X F in ... ... it N i. l - ' - Lynne Cleveland lll lll . .5 - ll , I Pam Cleveland H... ' ily ,. W ,,,XXXXX,X,X,XXX .... 5 , t " H ,X Linda Cole Inf X ..r. X X .a.. Y- Xi, X XX: X Lena Collett , X ,, Q , .- N W . ne- , CI. XXf.eX , X Roseerin Collins , ,, X X XX C- ,Nb l 1 J, .23 Xi X Karen Compton 6 ,XXX X gl .. X X ,X"" . "QS, X , ,A . 1 f"' Q 3. Linda Comstock e- ,XX ' ,X ,X X XX A - l 3 , X V75' 4.5.5. V " 4, ' I "f-- aww 'f' 'H-" 'v""?PL5m'f"'m? fi uXXXH,,n XXX XXXX XXXXX 4 Individual ideas fuse to represent the Class of '69 in the unifying element of Student Council. From left, Tim Connors, Eric Johanssen, Ken Baum, and Jelf Schaaf meditate on possible service projects. ng X dj W::XX,w fi: 86 X. H W , , . l X rzggwui H H iw i u My www wwmwu iv Mu -H. ri, xfi N kiik Q , ., sz X 1 X It's 'thumbs down' for the Wildcat opposition as Gary KE -Heil'-7' - -N ,. - -4 i , , , 2 ' 2 Wag, w Q .2 ,. gjzn, -L,,4,,11kjE2'E...: X H. Z uf if Y 'WM iff ., fi 1. 11, 4 IJ S . X i f ' "T " - if' ' 1 M ,' fl, est JJ: gss.::ff El A A 4 ' i - a i X , i , - L LE: , . , 4 , ,L ,s N, rv as . gg' -i C Q .fr Q'1:- - l , X13 .. 13:9 v l1 ,wil f 2 ,Lf v ,V -Q -Q it lx f cv- -af :vvn-1' '- 'ig " R .vm S, ilk! Ku J al J syn '. . a 1 ' Q. r,. fairer so o--- X , .. , 'W G ,wi-'QI' "M, , , 5, 4 1 Y , Y V--v 5 'h ' i. 1 'N :i 23- r, Qlivwybf K T- ,Q Hi.. , Y '- Q y A so y E.iaE5::s'1-:tif Y F v 1 1' xi H ' ly W.,'.'5' ' "5"-52? i 3 I3-Q , tscff , 0-f A J, . .,4 if ' ' -. 5 , jf 87 Leslie Dickson Linda Dickson v Denny Dietrich Dianne Diez Randy Dipert " Barcus displays Sylvania soul. Ron Comstock Becky Conn Tim Connors Jerry Conrad Wayne Cook Joyce Cooper Orland Corliss Mike Corser Linda Cousino Linda Coventry Chris Cox Jane Crandall David Crandell 1 Linda Crandell Sandy Crosby Sue Cross John Crossland Bob Crowther Jan Crum Ron Cunningham Fred Czaja Sue Czajkowski Dave Dallas Toki Dallas Mark Daniels George Darah William Dauer Mary Davis Charlotte Davoll Ken Day Sherry Day Debbie DeBlare Sue Denicola Ken Deutsch Doug DeVriendt uniors voice bond of strength in many fields Lucky Elden Jerry Elekonich Dave Ellis Delilah Ellis Julie Erkert Dennis Ernest Nancy Ewing Diane Eynon Sue Feldtman Debbie Fetters Matt Fink Steve Fletcher John Forbes David Foster Bill Edinger Jackie Edwards - H VW., Cheryl Egan , . Betsy Ehrmin Kris Eichenberger i n " Carol Fkstrorn V., A-45-if -, T . 1 ,-R x i t. S- . 1 -,--v-- gf' L' ' ,rffifeef Elie ll H f . . 1 " .' wie.. ru 6 , ' V E, H! 't w 6:1 ii A img W f:'vi1r'f I, ff! i Alf f r Gary Frankforther 3 ' Diana Fritts 'Denise Fritz Carol Frost Doug Fuller Pat Furney Joe Getzingex' Tom Domschot Wally Ducote Terry Ducy Phyllis Dukes Kim Earl Rick Edelen ,jp-:.q,S,...-,.-- V-V A,-f . YQ ,.-- Q. ,fs -1 V m -,,m,L,.i ia, i ,. N M " 'lf gp: A will A , K' lin, -' if , Xs,'35i it " it V- - ' e ,ew fmt if f- iv wir, ..,-.:..j,,: , mr '-E ffie 4-it .4 M I '47-7 l 'H at A Q fi 4' -J X '57 K 'l r .. . A ' 5 7 gl A . a n 1, i ' " ' ' EJ , .5 ::l,,, .I VV L!! . W '3 L :Liu 7- -1 E.. L.. A- 1 . l 1 ,7 'FF , if F ss Q I . -JM H ,ge iw 'nge ii "' . 'V sv . i 88 .ff Juniors add their voices to a cappella choir as they rehearse for a choir concert. From left, Dave Porter, Jim Myers, Bill Edinger, Mark Putxaam, Eid Zharp, Deb- . I ' t bxe Rodebaugh, Allison Strong, an Lin a oven ry. W, ' X 'l' il y i y H 3,-l-elf? N ,Q W S I ' . f' .ij X '. i X , XX ' ' Mary Glover ' X H XX - X 4 .z,52rX X3 'Q -3 ,,NV Larry Gomoll , -XX X521 , X4 15 TQ " 1 43 ' Diana Goodremont ' ' , ' : ' . " Dave Gottschalk 'aka . f-"1 M, - Sue Goulet 5- X 4 2 ff 1 , ,X , E24 r -f '-" Bin Graham f ' VAQ X, f,4 A 1 X W ' ' 1 gr' ,HLA " ' " 5 Z ,- Brenda Gramza J? " W' 'X ' . , - -- " ' , ,," " 'I Ge'-75 Grant ' A V' -K -i ' ' ' Greg Grant , " XM X .ri 33. M, ,,,, XXX ' X QQ 'Z X Heather Greenwald 4 T U JD ' E Kg W, sf' . 1 ,,, i 'i' f Barry Griffin hX X , aff? l --'- ' ' 2 Richard Grimes , 'Mil ' j X, 'X .:.:. , ' Sue Grissinger Q, X 4 -' 1- r 3 .4 H 4 H. so -s A 4 .. ' is W f M- Y ii wi w 5 ' ' ' A Z " ' Mike Grodi -I :" , , Y Tom Grubs gi f , A - -X " .. Bill Gummow :X ly' N X v ...N-. 3 -, Sharon Hagan ,AXX 11 nn Xb g in , X ek 1 2:1412 Eau ' l' ' ff" ' . X ' we 51- A' ' 'YQ' A i" " as f Q- 1553- Kefmv Hall A Ahh 3555 "1 ,c iff ?-F 'i'7 "" .5'lf1"' 'ffl .P XXXX " ' ...X .MX ' ' ' eorgla an e :-: H f if .X Dave Harris X, X' -' Q hi ' W' X XX fu, X , X3 A X is X rg. Xi . Z, 1 'f' - .4 li' i ni? ' 1 u rr- G :-: :-: --:- , if i Q A a , Lili 1 :M N' X :f il e W '? 'I . 0 . , x Jr!! 'ax I ? X , x9 VHA X.,,,,.X fm . ,X , , x 'E' Q'-1 fgra. 'Y 3. X . JA 'J TT Y X 'dv if 5 . A ' H WQ' Hiflgf f "' an a 5 'Z' X ,asf f 3" an . 1. ' M " ...-.- l. """ 'ji g X V X , ' H X X it - 3, X gf'igj?3gf'm X A X Nha uw W: , 1 w 5 , 1 N S ' Q lin ' H ' .REV ESE A :X ,- ' 1 i ,M ff! " 1? ' "2 ' ,Y X, ., X1 f ,,, -gf Jane Harrison Russ Harrod Sue Hart Ruth Hartley Marsha Hartman jim Hassett Diane Hauter Doug Hawkins Tom Heilman Ron Heiney Cathy Helpman Connie Henegar Ron Hensley Carol Heplinger Bill Herrel 89 - jf'-'H -:wi , l 1 ,-uf Q 4 9 , ' w' M ' i 'ff " 7 1' 1 2" V 'Z at ' - f 1 L 'XXX ew ' 2.5 E ,Ja xv News Q J ge H H W! s -his fn ' Varsity cheerleader Terry McSorley lustily spurs on cheering as the pep band plays the fight song. 1 unior affinity revealed in work, vocational outlets I T A i J kg. X , . , oesiii it ii. , ' 1 lil: A M Larry Hill ' f fe . 14 - ' A, ,jj 'Z' 1. , Steve Hlsev N is i ' it V5 M . 4 ,V P ix. 4 , ,..., W 5 .,,W,,1?,c,w an A ist, N as M2 ' 2. ,W ' r , mfmmw ii ,,m,,,, A it H ,, W wi in 1 1 it ii m wi ui ii ii H H H ,e wi Sue Feldtman believes in 'a stitch in time' as she 1 practices her homemaking abilities. Z Q5 Y " ling? Y Bob Hire .. 5 J H Brian Hodge ,in H , , H, -'e - A Bruce Hodge 3 H ,H , . .. -gi: -' . 4 4' ' 'V ,:: J W X ,i., 1 ' , f 'l ' 4-ax , , " A -'V A i A ' . ' Ed Holler fi "V ::: '1-l Q " 4 ,fl " , Becky Holmes fi' - 1 Y " .- ., M V ,L A Bill Holmes - Q ff Karen Hoover ff -2 'N Ae ' fb X ff ' 2': N 'fl-' I Chris Hopkins ' 5 . 3 . ' K Diane Horne it A N " lk. C23 4 ly'f"f"jf l Dave Horner kj. f ,ix A .-,. .K 7 Ei' if Al at so J, an , Ji. e e A X , , l Vickie Householder ' L Y V' W 7 X Linda Hughes q ,,,A , Dave Humphrey 5 ' ' ' .N 'Z ' , f 5 Gel-a!d Hunter 1 , ii few", M 541 ,L A Terri Hurley L '45 , ' ' Hg? 1 K W3 1' 1' ' 4' Frank Hynes tiA5+'e--5 , ' ' Q, "ii If 'gm Pam Iifland , f if-X T19 ' ' , '. 'R ',': i ' if' H." ml, ,- . V A - ,mi Ai i '- Y, i ' is , , ,ww Mr. Hilmar Johnson explains to student Tom Domschot the intricacies of a motor. Rick Iott Joyce Jacoby Jerry Jameson Brad Jennings David Jewhurst Eric Johanssen V' Glennis Johnson Rick Jonas Don Jones 90 C L-' 1 : ff H we - p, M ,Ja 1 I xx ll l ll Vim 1 " i ' ' ' Aff, .f. ,-' Y Q , f it fs., i 1 X ie ' A 1- ' f t ' V' 2 - 5 vfgfw sv- ag. 'V YYY-, gg 6 " i "T ' ' YV i N SH F ' " ' if 4- X 1: j ez ,X . . i I f " 'f5,,,:1,ews A !,,eiQ.g,,.,L '1 ' leaf ft ', J'-if, Q EtQjZa ,ac,iT5 N. V'15.L , , ' 'fag-A A ,W , ,z .h - 'if E71 Q., 3 '31 ..- 'NZ if -'WE' xi. ., Absorbed in bookkeeping homework, Brenda Brown ten-key adding machines. 4,1 Z ,. ' M ,in . Q -A 1:32. 1 neg jerry Jones Sandy Jones ,,.,:.'Qi1,Qe- - iv an gm 1 U. , I . i ' V .99 1 H na' I i H v 1 ii N f if S 1, N 'H , .ga f A l a ' 'if Q 1 Q ,NA 'TQ K V 1 4' wp 11' ' .. I Y' ' ,211 ' I 532-mx , , i lr f 5 . ,, m- , , r A , K f i .Q n l fa 95 S, 5 - ' ' ggjw' 'Y' . 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A y ,., . 7 X sa- 4 , W V: " .L W .5155 -- My 3 .Xe 'A "vor H e 4- ' 1 F' -fm, Valerie Joseph Carolyn Kalrnbach Tom Kalmbach Nadine Karmernan Korki Kean Earl Keister Don Keller David Kelly Dan Kennedy Ron Kiefer Sue Kimble Mary Jo Kinser Cathy Kirkland Phil Klosinski Carol Koch Terri Kovach Debbie Kovacs Ken Kranz Steve Kretz Kathy Kreusser Bev Kurtz Debbie Lang Bernie LaPoint Phil Leathers Jerry Leichty Doug Leighton Jane Leventry Steven Lewan Mike Lewandowsln Terri Lewis Jim Licata Janet Linver Shirley LoFiego Gene Lowe John Lowe Pat Lucan Linda Luettke Y ..': 2 e Y W -It i' H ,Q ,J w as fl ww 6 K , xi ...,, Ni if K H. ?. , l f i L F S ,,'. ," "- 2 Tim," ,"T: 4:f:. 1 F' .5 Y 'A 269 N 5 M Q, .,: fag, X , 0, 5 ' ad all A 3 J 1, Q 1 l . UR 2 H X its 1 7 in 1 , .,.,.. ' ' YYY- "if" 4 I i ' ' V- if ' iii 1 i it . W. M, Q 'E ' 31' N . ' Glen-n Lukacs 1 P , . I ig, Cathy Lumpkin , ,Wg , '71 Don Lutter M49 1 .23 ' Mike McCann X i , ' " ? Melanie McDonald I 'X-vp ,L Q Sally McGovern 3, i "Q 'gg Ugg! Q ,flu ,iw MW 91 Seminars provide opening Linda Maier Richard Maier LaVonne Mangold Maureen Manning Terry Mantey Karol Marsh Karon Marsh Robert Meisner Debbie Mens Beckie Merritt Liz Mey Rick Mierzwiak Irene Mihalis Dale Millar Darlene Miller Jeff Miller Jini Miller John Miller Terry Miller Laurie Millis Joy Minich Brad Mominee Kathy Montgomery Sam Mooney Robert Moorman Linda Moose Diane Morrissey Pat Moses Mike Murphy Jim Myers for expression Gene McKimmy Terry McSorley ,.,j,-., , -,HI D, ,W ,- nw 4 V-- VgYTV Y 7,7 Www, 1 H' W ,iff mail " " rrf im :IT 1 -V Don McIntyre f l , i 32 .ras y . ,J P , ef .1 il . Tn .' I If V 'r fi ' . ...,, 'WQIQI J r f f- . , , w "' Frances McVeigh Ray Macliacheron Berry MacKay jk 1.3 I . - 5- , S JJ i Xi 1 1 E- 3 A I ,Av ,Jul f ' '1 " 231- ,A -' 5491. Y 1 ' ' I . , ,, Q. Ex Aw, 3 . 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' ' f-we fx 1 -1 J 'lv wb W M Hoff? -r? we 1'i'g,,5 fl Q . f ei' . , 'iq sv - i ' ' v . - 1, - ". U' M ' 4 . -'R ' ' '- ' " -N, ., Q 1 nf, Y -9 n ' 2 ':"' - q ' L --A ll I " ' x F' ' '- ' ' ' ,rv ' ' 4 - ' 2 1.Urf. ee A Aixam M it -e rife.. i . ... , ., V 5 Q ' 1 ,..... ,, f. ,ig , 5- w e i'ie 40' Q - ,,.. .- :fill , ii r ar am? lf- Large group English class listens attentively to a dis- sertation by Mrs. Fluhrer on American authors. 92 ,pn Lb 'K' V ybj' x Ei f i' f J .. -r ia ' 11 .A w Small group history students, under the supervision of Mr. Mertz express their opinions of the American heritage. -. ,...,:, -...avr , ' . fl-5:4 ,. I 'Q 2 x ' in V, n,. 1 .Q I f , H - , 'i :Q fi A ri , N 'ilsir W 1 1 ' A. rv- Qffvl ,A :rg H y -ml. A ,.:. X ' , flu jx, lf? ' ' ' L 7 A ' 5 " -'-. .L L -L 'L-'35 4 fa- ' az' i . '- 'BF' ' , U .lf ' ' A. P. lm be mi mc- , . e " L- ALM , 'T ffmf , ' A' si i 5' ,Q M me H J eg. ' ,M H z RH "e r 2 i ' . PM, J -. 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K . - - -4 15 1 V:. , -. if 'file ff rf' .- X V Ilfflflegrf 93 Vern Myers Karen Nederhouser Karen Newman Sharon Newmark Joe NuEer if Wesley' Nuhfer Lorrie Oberlin Jay O'Nei1 Debbie Oscar Janis Pace Mary Pahl Rick Parent Cathie Parke James Parker Ed Pascoe Doug Patton Terri Pennypacker Barb Phipps xl," Sharon Pieczynski Diane Pierce Bill Poast Mark Poppe Dave Porter Rick Porter Ted Porter Larry Prescott Paul Prottengeier K. Pam Puhl Mark Putnam Carol Quinnell Maureen Raabe Lynn Radabaugh Dave Rahla Dennis Raszka Colette Ratajski Lee Ravenscroft Robert Ravin Jim Rawlings Guion Ray Karen Reece Connie Reemsnyder John Rentner , abs permit Pete Reyerse Tina Reyes Pam Reynolds Qffvali- juniors to learn through analysis Ron Ruch Sharon Russell Kathy Ryan Edward Sancrant Cind Sanders Y Shelley Sanderson Debbie Sass Mike Sbrocchi Jeff Schaaf Diane Scharp Dave Schieb Steve Schneider 2 Sue Schneider Joe Schuette Hans Schulmeyer Jim Schumaker Diana Schwires Dave Seabright Craig Seelman Robin Seyer Doug Shanks Carol Sharp Debbie Rodebaugh William Roden J, .N 1 l- Don Roehl f. Bob Rogers Carol Ro ers A 8 Judy Romanoif ea v F7 Judy Rieger Carla Robinson xii 3' -.fr .ff- Chet Roby i ,iw i r ll '53, fm I i n E i A 12-1:E ' , f i, s V ., FS? 5 1 l l -'QISUQ W , Y' A I, H l F Q Q Y R i, .f A1 5 .' V r f .ef Brad Jennings weighs chemical compounds on a triple beam balance during lab period. 94 WH f 1' , i? '-ff: ' 221 1 ' 'ref ,E-' "Milli J L- , 1 ' S ' -A . 1, M K, K 'aa- i aa repo- -,r-,q V -- - w, , . ,om ,N M.. 1, . , R ld tis gi .,. 5 , A 3341 H H H ,V ig, E , , M C ' E H Q 1 V Y 4 V ,, Ritz, ' V ww 5 1 , , , 1 lf Vg, E I k 5 w , X Q 4 an x J J 5 iii Cheryl Wonell sits deep in concentration as she per- fects her French accent. I 4-W 421 S W ,.,., Q ...., ..,., . r '1 ' le, pi? I "' --f if ay . UH , 'f ,H X .rm Q 4 J 5 e ' nnnc C " ' " i , Llp' ' .l i H 5 H ., .:- ' :E X 1, A J 41? f Qi Z-Ufzm-5- W . 1,1 , ,., C A f.. gif miv I 5 1144 L7 . 1 gif: .X : I S N ' V M ...:.. V1 X I, mime 3 R 7 Y ' Y H Z 5131 . R ,ii 4 N 5 '. - -,f ii 41 t -gznv A i X V - , , . -9,3 - '-A ....... ' '- 1 , fx W if 5 2 fl H H ' We AX H ,Ju wifi' tm mf H " .N LY 1 H K J t " f ei F' C lm aff' V2 -JMR x-'ff' ,nu w LJ R .ff fl 95 -1? Kris Stoll Don Stonel Jim Stone John Stone Rick Strahota Dodie Straub Ed Sharp Ann Shelby Bob Sheneiield Nadine Shockey Cynthia Shull Diane Shull Dave Sidwell Rick Siefert Cindy Sigler Hank Silverman Sue Sleik Frances Slemp Tom Smeed w Carol Smith Dale Smith Greg Smith Janie Smith Jim Smith John Smith Kathy Smith Randy Smith Vern Smith Debbie Smothets Gary Sobczak Roland Southard Jim Sparks Steve Spaulding Jerri Spitler Sharon Spitznaugle Dave Stahl Dave Stange MaryAnn Stanton Tom Stebbins Judy Steele Melissa Steele Bruce Stevens Ron Stevens Tom Stewart Connie Stilwell Coram Stiner Tom Tadsen Toni Tanasichuk Diana Tanner Doug Tansel Bob Taylor Nadine Teaderman Barb Telford Don Thomas Ron Thomas Sue Tifft Wanda Todd Dennis Tokarz Nick Tokles Ilene Tonkel Dave Tovey Mark Troendle Jean Turanski June Turanski Karin Turner Bruce Tuttle Paul Vancil Linda Van Etten Barb VanVorce Tom Vincent Paula Vitou Jack Wahl Linda Waldron jerry Wamsher Bob Ward xi' -'T 'fi , A '5' ...i ' 12 M S b A. Q it '- ,lf V Ziim-f'32ZfEgh l , i eh We -f , , , s.1 Bob Sturtz co Q. - f-Q umors le1sure A I f X' is Ez' z -1'V. : ,Q IHZHH I H fuses thoughts it Steven Surface 5 -Q r f V ,. f d . gon 'iwfxgtzel ti nz" - la- t h Ov Z s.. Y ' fl " O S u 3 III t , N , ' N ,W s s .WJ g 1 H ' ' all 7i2i"?'i5 'Q luvflvir All 1 4 -I E W V K 'X ,, 1. VY N N W ' ,, , 5. e "l?.,3"i'X e- l l X' c all - fi I- qi' N , f nhl , , , , if. . 1-A 4 t -A 1 'M if QQ' 'A 'D W 11259-U 3. fi.-S M .2 E Q, Vi isi L Q, Q .s as 'Ell - if at Y ,V , ' l Y 2 f Y, ' A U 'N 4, slbua f-'Wg X T W if v- W - I 'll WH ' " ,,. gafff,-Lu ' X Y Z1, ,' IA V V ff asm-allt K l X 5 I ,,s, A X 1 A .1 . VF- -i M N ijiliigli WAAS? Us X 1 I 1 ai. F : l ,t e s "' - g , F if W lx ' J wi, ,., Y - With a leap, the volley is returned as gym class offers junior boys a chance to blow oH steam. 96 - AV l 4 JP g ig N X I 41" 4 .E I 4 7 ug ...iw WH :M ,X T 1 X' P Q n. grow 'lx . 5 ,R wi' ,Q in ,J ' yi? ,.-ffpk f :fl l f-' 11 "elf lg was M ,. W , 4 Q 1 -'Y lvv' X A 1 , Q. V Carol Waters George Webb Steve Weiss Mark Wexler Carol Wheeler Karen Whitaker Terry Wickerham Annette Wieczorek Tim Wilcox Joe Wilkinson Joe Williams Bob Williamson Jackie Wilson Sue Wilson Chuck Wiltse Mike Wobser john Woellner Cheryl Wouell Denise Woodward Mike Yaw Sandra. Yoh Debbie Young lv" N942 17" N A if .ey Jack Zenz 97 nga? f K 1 . ' f 1 ' ' X f Karl Watts .Ir ' ' X , ,J l ryxiw Hr lU-qi.Q-- - fm- H --Nw r RH Sophomores secure new alliances b electing officers Leading the Class of '70 were Mike Stark, presidentg Mike Graham, vice-presidentg Pam Black, secretaryg and Janette Welty, treasurer. 1 w 2' as -f x - Q Duane Abbott V ' t A A ii ' 'w'-5 1 Peggy Adair so p Linda Addington xii .-,mg Tp, A ,W t W , digg 'ST " lvlichelle Amana - 'lf' - M' -A l - A Jane' AHOY f i Je, f i i Q Q M." Bob Alschbach ' " " ' U Ex ATM" fp " , 24 i W' "x N 'l lik IR L I I f f' ,. ATX of "MWYM M? ' A Y f, 'L , Bonnie Anderson A Dave Anderson Denise Andrew .gm in Terry Ansted V le by Leonantine Armstrong " " J" ,,,, Bob Atkins Dale Augsburger Paul Axelson Roger Baker Carol Ball L' Sandra Ball Shelia .Banner Tom Barbarick Marci Barclay John Barlowe Kevin Barricklow Rick Barricklow Jim Bast Dorm Batey Brenda Baughman . - I" 'K 73 , t rw , . ' . "V ,. 5 E 1 e 1 -14" .F a' 5 N Q J- ll -f-1' ,, V.,V , ,. fu - f 'S' 'ii f ,H 1, it , ,Q Y4' a VF, 11' I 2 96 X -rfxx ,E , ,js ,- " .L 'Q' ,f ,ravi , -'.,1 .Xie- f,,i,' ' "Fm 'F - :iv H .' im ' Jn' ' V Kylie Baumann ' 1 . t iwi ' ' ' Randy Baumgartner "'S1mx.'.j,, Mi. X ' A ' i ' I ' If' ' 121116 Bayles i ' 7l1f..,' UU "S" ' N ' 'lx , fn' M k B d ,L ,A 33, - .L , 3 ml- - E2 E s c,. af en ef W ,if-' .ty vfrzjgr, ' -Q7 H , wi-J-gi Hp- Tom Benner P '41 , A x f Carol Bennett - , -' A 'il it Q , N. 2 'J j Sondra Bennett ,P 1 V-.1 i, ' . ' U ' ' Debbie Benson i ex ff- A i A , - 1 -,,.,,, 4, i eff r - . m,.i,,.' mm ,L e I, I Cathy Berry ,Q , , H i N AX A. - 3 X t 5 ' ,ly Bill Billiard Aj .fm A' ..,. , 1 if ,ggi v sem A Joan Bish 'ix' ' , A in i .yi W , hm ,i . ,. V- Mi K . 2 , ' ' U m -- , 'f"'w-J ie.,:.na. V ,, , -' 7 98 :ti 2151 CE emi", "5 T '1 at it 5 -' fL?':'Q 1 'Leaf-L A ,t'?5f'.ff51k? L gi? 1J.5fQ,5.-Q 3-fkiitl , "fi!':'LL1ftZ1 -:' iw tial jlfiii-fybg 'xfjmfrg -i.. Q - -,M -'-114, Q: " - f fe - N' 53.55 w est T511 77'f.,41:IiL1---' ' 1"f ., ,.g.1.-,..i1:1..,.,-1 sr , rt. :J K I .. ll , ' - J l,' Y '-14 ' . 11 T. M 1,3355 rj ll W W . mg, 3,3 -lf Q, . . X - QT-, l ' '.. 3941 Y, 551 ' msg: .--i xx -' ,-.,,. .A 3.4552 " .1- Q.-QJM M ' 52 af , 'R 5 vL ,, N. Brad Black Pam Black Doug Blakeman 17? Mark Bleim Joe Bluni Dan Boeka John Bornia Steve Bonaminio John Borgelt Bob Bosch Lauren Boyles Adele Braak Dolly Brauer Mike Brighty Becky Brown A ' ' Jmfwv gagqmg IQZT ' ' "QL, it gg H "' X - i' B ' ' xi if K fix E .551 vs, i I 4 . . J: ffl 's . ' Y . ' 5 Q - 1 f ,gh X x . : Zu Q IPA ' kv, V p V. L.. X ' " ' M" , " '-- ,4 ., Ak .,oK WW I , .1 . use B ffe--Nut ,J P Q: 7 anew W V l , f vile , a' , WE! 44 TFTFQT.-. 1 , ,. l its . gif ' .,, L W-3 Q 'Y-af' A N, 'i 'a X W W wi 'W ft, QQ-V u NJN xzrff' f I --fr, X w 9 ,rr i I c"'b Kathie Buck Vicki Busch Robert Bush Pam Byroade Dennis Cade Greg Carter X-'S' "ff Dave Clark X!! Debbie Clark Larry Clausius Debbi Clowse Debbie Cofer Diane Coffey In September, the largest class ever to enter Sylvania began their high school days. Six hundred and fifty-one sophomores made themselves known by cheering their junior varsity athletes on and participating in a cappella choir, band, orchestra, sophomore choir, speech and drama. Elections of class oiiicers October 25, helped to mold the class into a solid unit. The traditional class party March 8, was one of the highlights of the Class of '70's first year at Sylvania arousing enthusiastic inhibitions of the sophomores. As the year closed, the sopho- niores prepared for their junior year by select- ing class rings, electing next year's officers May 8, and planning the date of their junior Prom. 99 Karen Braidwood Bruce Brockway Denise Brown Randy Brown Tom Browning Teresa Buford Don Burnard Debbie Byroade Connie Cadmus Cindy Cashen Frances Chudzinski ,Qi 5,81 -at Ms :fm ,,1 ,S Frank Davis Christine Davoll Denny Davoll Richard DeBoe Doug DeBord Barbara Decker Carol DeMoe Jeanne Denman 5 I ,. Don Cole ,Li i f' xiii 57 ' J, "gf" Parry C016 A Zi " .A Phil Collette fc xU..f- A 9 gt, , . H' , -4' ass o 70 W f .M , :E,,s,,,,mr,, mr., ,.,,.v,,. . 0 c o N .." ix X , ,Y WC1 hs ab1l1t M , Jim Comstock ' V C" 1 Y' 'C A Larry Comstock " Q ., DVIQV, X ii , V. 'W--' 1? to blend talents , ,C i s ,, Q Monica Comstock - I 5,55 U 1 Debbie Condon , in fi ' ,H 5, 5 V.. TO!!! C0116 . ,gi I i' if 3 N rg? ' i l 5' N fin ,- Bob Conroy in Q1 4 ' ,' -L f' Y .V f-gr' Cathy Cook 'i I :jf X Eff' u A I 'V Mike Colok ' 1 Y I iw , 'Y N 'I Y Jim Coo e A . 1'1 5 i..1z,,,, . N N ' N Lynn Corrigan ' .I Y 1, Q - '-I ' " Ml, A L 1 ' ni- w Jean Corser H 'gf ' wi ', l Kms ' J. ' gf - 4 , I Wanda Cousino n A ,R ff w V jfl ' gn' X 'J ji Scott Ccavrett f U ga 1 .-'- ' ' ,nd Marge ow es , 'gff . V Jw, a "' H 'A ' 5555: lx -iff ' - . : 4 X A 'L H l P in "-'l - -1-- 'f Hod Craig - 5 i , ' Pat Crampton "ii ff N ' . Charlene Crelia . w F f' 1 if - - ,,. L, 7 Debbie Crider ii " C " , i f-, i H ' g Laura Criss ' .f m fic, J' ge' , ,r ,' l V A" . Caja: . Cindi Crosby ' s F-9 ' , ' ' , N 5 H9 ' ara ross ,t. , ., ' ' -' f' i1:flff'A. i?4' .t t .-.e f' i in fs'1 Q i M it Mark Cumberworth X H 3 , ' A ' l Dan Czaia , 4 ' l ,'i' ise ' ig ' 1' i Carol Czajkowski I . v' 1 , x . gg ,vs ., i ' A Keirh Dallas " , if: A - Q, V C Q 5 e Rick Dannelly if " A " if , iii 1 ' A 'f Susan Darowski gfl -., A is V,' ,, ' M , Jr .N ' 'ff ' Beth Davis gl V, 1 " "" ' "f , is H' ga .gg , Q, " .L J. ,Y s. as M H V Y mm tml 1 ay c C at ff' I 1 'z ef- v ' -f I .0 , . A . Q ,gy ' 'N ' 1 M' QQ ..-:,- g ' L1 ' A' U ' ' if , . .j R, V " L L, ' X . i A 1 A ,C i S W, Q ,,,. 1 1 as Sophomore Student Council representative Jim Cooke, left, contemplates a motion being discussed at a meet- ing, then comments while senior Chris Metcalf listens. 100 337 , , 1 N ,, r X A ee tb M e g .M ,QE -f -M my - 3 D -,. ., - E,rILw,.- ' V fv- 1 , , 'ii-VV .rf fw N .jf eq Ykd, , L 3 fl -I, -L ' Q4 6. -4, JW 4 v ' al -., K , ,N K Q- A . .ri .1 .H- UH 1 H 2"'1l. w fl y -ef I n i e , . .-.-l--. y vw- M ,S c I H 5 A fr , M M' ' 1 ' f an v ee- - - ee ' I vi . , gi, Yr.. Q I K A ' N ps 5 . X I 'FS' ' 4 ' 'lf,,- ,- . , l .5 4'-gif on H W I me I H- H ,A V 4 WW' , dpi N ,fu 5 N ,g ' -AV Sie ' ef --1 . - g ir: em . ,rg .'-1 4 -4191 Mo- ld. -.-'at -Wie' x '-1-.. Q q - -M aw-A 1 Q, 4 1 1 :cgzr qw M' ' M . K gr, l ,, Q X f r'?'X-f- r. ..e..,.----V - . -nr , V, , Y W xl lsr- U H vi , f , 1. by ix Y E-4 r '-eg Tyler 'N XI' J iz at v " " X X R if H er , 4 W K f H r 1 , N ei J. V - -:jpg l , 'Y . , fb 1. h Wwe.. . if'-'fwzaf' 1 -, -V l ,,. .-4 .T . N 'we-f 1 , X S y l r 54 ' ll :Rb l r1,M E9 11 .- ffi4S5h be 4 If, -, .1 .1 M 5 g . .ff M:-I ' l " M e Q M M R I Donald Doxsee Cindy Drabik Connie Draime Ron Dryer Mary Ducy Bill Dudley David Dupy Keith Duvendack Doug Eaton Scott Eberle Emily Eby Debbie Bckel , -ee Kathy DeVriendt Terry Deye Karen Dibble Larry Dick John Dickens .,, 1 . Y ,Fur I , -. env?" :ai i' .f 4 k 1 U mn Mike Diemer Kerry Dietz Dave Dirr Dora Dominguez Renee Domito Gerald Donovan Pam Dorcas ,f.,,e3f9., 7: Mr. Paul Hoeffel and Mrs. Suzanne Owen advised the sophomore class throughout its first year l 'i" 2 og 1: W, 1,-l ' A , ' I Les EEE -. Mf M e 'f if' 'H 5 John Eiekhelf y , X59 Ralph Eickholt r, Y MT i T 7 Q5-1 rg.,-"1 AW L ,A i 5 W I Debbie Eisler e M , , fl nge M - Bi111311is en I - .. gl J y Kevin Ellis lf' r Weee-W gr Jieez M ' 2' Ar - wif" W ' WP ' V D l- -- - , ei r W . ..., V1-4i 'gifs-aye' 1 ,Mvgiifl H -.v ' - ,e ' -1 ,'-- e E f"- 1 ag, Wil - ' 521 ,1 e -T f. EN " f51Ufl 4:, Aj!-.la I "g .Ty K I, 4 -Ai W1 - 5 ' - ld, M xx b . -:I M- -ww E . ' 1 '.,.e. r -- 2-j e ef" M 'M'e 'M'M" -v':'?i- M R79 5: 3- 'iz Y W . -, IM 45' t -es, ' yt- ff ggzgvf Linda Etts .' .f , 4- M, A, ' M' e r el 'Q gl . ' x,f' J A ,, ' l , , t ,L I N ,I l A Q Jerry Fair M 4 L Fe- I .1 1' -A 'fi .,,, , i f-M-lift - P M Melba Favors . .:.,. Q5 HHHIMM , g ,gg-if ,Z V- wig .zz K: if-QL, " by :., veg - e D .d F b k A . , l .... ., 1, ll , r avi ee ac .ffm -M if .gr -, Me- -, 'Q r g: li Bi11Fee1ey i1,lMr5' -M 'XC 'Ve' n 'W X i - 'M'- 5. -P Al' if If M I... ll. nfl -I Leia-M 2 ' 'ef Marie Emerson Bill Emery id, Craig England Chris Ensign Gigi Erausquin Larry Erbskorn Debbie Essick SN . X Y or F Campalgn efforts bring sophomores C 1 C S e r t O u n i t Barbara Fillion Brenda Fink Colleen Finnigan Shelia Firsdon Mark Fischer Jim Fisher " Sue Flanner Doug Fleck Michael Floro 'Sheryl Foist Tom Foote Jill Foster Tom Fox Scott Freeborn Tom Friess Randy Fritz Mark Frorner Dorothy Frost S' Hal Frutiger 'iMari1yn Fry V,yb7? i I. Nancy Garrison :" ' ' Jean Gauthier X Cynthia Geary . ,l Andy Genson t A an Don Gembolis P X' if 1 'K WL Q I Jeanette Gentry f 7 F s ' '1- Sf . it A R at tg. A ' Ml, t , ,def as Elf.,-' 1 . . IP W M Quyl, A F Randy Baumgartner, left, and Hal Frtttiger enjoy their lunch-hour during 5-D in the cafeteria. 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Mike Graham begins his campaign for the sophomore it , vice-presidency by hanging posters throughout the halls Dave Hall Joseph Hall John Hall Linda Hall Patricia Hall Duane Hammett JoAnn Hanson Marcine Harris Tom Harrison Patricia Hart Cynthia Hartzog Susan Hartzog Dan Hasselschwert John Hassen Rick Hatt Jeff Haughey Brett Hendricks Carol Hepler Rob Hepler Judy Hess Glenn Hesselbart' Zelda Hesser Nola Hicks Kathy Higgins Vikki Hill Barbara Himmelein Scott Hirssig Patsy Hobbs f' ' ' - Sandi Greenspoon If 'Hilvfmt , - if ' .: H I . - AVefY Griffey Will H I I, -- H I , 'K il ,If 4 ji f ,,,,. Judie Grinnell fIIl I " III QI J , S- 'MN I .Y f f " JI ', Brenda Gunter , H 'H " 'W N ' I IIiIowfII1arrEIIGuss 52? L ll "" ' G ' nlll " at Y amer '35, .. -ff - ' faq "'- ., A Y-m V Y Y ll: 1 L- xi V F , iii ' W -Hw,,,Hf,, :':' ' I IIIMIIII Z- H wH',,HIIIWIIIIIIwif? , ZIIIII I I In Ij1 I WIHII - -. ' V ' ' ---K ' i 2: -, Hr... ffl'-f ."i i ' in ' f z f. 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Robert Hodge' A 'J I 3, f 1 I' ,'I Ib lylii il A I if Ig Bill HOEHCI Lf' H 1, X I' If: ' ' , A' ff L I f' If .a -I Don Holmes IIH ' 1 I R .ggi QQI if xx CT I I -s-.v Tom Holmes II I ' ,:' , XII 7 ff ' ' f Brenda Houser Q 3 .E H' -U -'H -fb? "1 .1 I I I I. M I Slrelley Howard - ll M A I p Mike Howell 1 ' ' I, 'ta r QI"""'II ' I5 Dave Hubbell f - 1 i OI. f Q' ' II-' Gary Hubbell E ., ,, 'H 'fi 'I --H,. :,, I 'EF' fy Linda Hubbell I 'f " H 1' M W-' f . . ' ' X ' T II I I f' -3 ,Ij I .f ,fII II, ' I L- ' -5, -aux-it x:r,Lif?I Si' ve- - 'Q' 103 Sophomores display ildcat spirit for victory - Kim Humphrey Tim Hurley Lee Huss Sandy Ingle Steve Ingle Lynda Jacobs 4 il-gy ' ag Q 1 mn f' Q wx " -7' l .. H x our 4 me . ll In , X J! W X ,, hx P '5A1l".l'.. -- U uf .,, .. ,.,.,,:. .. ,WA ,HN T.-.g..s.g.e: gas.:-.....- A, W , .5311 ' jfe. , I M , , ,, . .. f... , f 1 - ,ii f mm nm fran' ' :am lil, 1 ,hem Y z, :Mr xx 1 V 5 is' M W Y H my 52 -Vi will gl r lah- 5 W nf'.:,x'x -3 mx X 1 ,4 ,www p,.zI- .5 , fe' , ,. wg , E, , , , zu, ' gg -ff' 1 K' 4 x AN e H :fu f, .im few Q is 6'- ,CP1 . W-gi A,1' ff' K' S is ' " 5 S ll Dwight Jeffery . ' N f.-1,.W,' Q ' .gr 5 - l Charles Johnson WT ,ld -1 ,. 1 - 1 ,, ,-, f xmgi. ' K , Q. lg--, .4 , 5 Jecalyn Johnson 13: - T 34 . L U " liqnffwl "-'fir' ,gl Linda Johnson J iri s ' fu " ,L f-A f.. , ' , -Y .. 9, l H . . al , gr, , ,, ,, Terry Johnson ,VVV -"Q A I Y V " 2-2. ' ' h Q ' V, A ' A S , K M f Ken Jones mfff e 4, ,E , f .EBM e ,,,,Hw'l ' N ' ll" j j Steve Jones 5. -.1 Ailyi A 5 , ' Q 1, Q. , ,gg ' ' new N ,f4.l"1w,ff..h Steve Z A. V me 1, ' ui TL I "5 as V-5... HM A F H P ml 3 Mlm - , Michael Julius lv -- 56.9 i 1 ,lf Y iff e ' Vi S r l Gary Kahn A ? 3,1 "fl, I. txlafg , I, Q4-ii: lg I " xy Davxd Kaskv -S is f B is E ' ,ie gl K f Lisa. Kaufman 'F V I Z Q ., V 5 Q' ,Z Jean Keefer - -4X , S N , ' W S jeff Keefer V555 HH' ' ' ,,,:,m ix , ME A' 'ij , ,N jill Kern A 'K yy A' ,, l . , , , . " 5 S - V ' l . V- "hl0hI1 Kem H i " if 1 H " 'Ulf TJ ' 5 ' 5X . 4 i I Z, 4- Z, .K ,Q 22s,: l V , ldigfvaixrlclelliessler ' 'i l A ' " Ai'-' - , J S' .S Dan Killam U E v , 'i , ' H' Ji' A ,si . l . f Ill ' ' ' lp ., .h.. .1 yqyl 'X ? " , .,,..,sss ' S' 'rr' l, Cindy Kimble J-Q, A H ki Q, M 5 5 W, ' D Ki - 25- '15,-lsgm.-.E N Irv, .,2 N Y .W . ,iw LY H 1. H -V 5 Kyle Klein IQ Q L ,Hifi , .,.,, ', ' ' Q. P X K' Carol Knapich ' ' , if X . 2 Linda Knepper W -, . i ' V ' wa - V if '- , , W A AL I 1 1 :ji mt Allen KHOPP - - ' is jim Knudson i n ia., ' Q V l Eric Koepfef ll' ' -' N - 2+ 2 1 he Q Kent Koepfer x l we W Nancy Koepp s l .1"gl'FA' fv , S i ll WT S. 4 A 4 Y fu -1- f--fi Q .-. 5 Y ,J Q' I fr: liLrl.,.,ef '- 'r ,fi .:,,.,1 u:..Q4.r 104 ' i f x' ' The sophomore class, although new to Sylvanias tra ditions, showed its spirit at pep assemblies Through their spirit, sophomores supported varsity athletes r -i tsfi 1 N , Q Debbie Koester ' fi I Ken Kostanski A V. A P, 55 Karen Kranz 4- W, HY Jenny Krichbaum L ' Iii' ik' George Kridler if zi' ':'E Greg Krohn 1,- f,..-v 1-rr . -'Ji s t i ' 1. 0 'U il, fe' An N Yfijgvif .ab X... ". 243-- r fl! Q7 Mark Krueger Linda Kuehnl Tim Kuyoth David Lake Bruce Lang Jay Langenderfer Diane LaPointe Tony Laremore David 'LaRoe Janice Laughlin Karen Leathers Jacqueline Leizerman David Lenser Bob Leventry Robert Levin N" Harry Lewinski Arthur Lewis Gloria Lewis Janet Lewis Tom Lewis Mark Lindner 1 I D . , . ev- -. D' X vhqi' . 1z'P gnp 411' i V- VALL A -. V -.3 , 3il'l'P':'1?f'?'. " W i af- 4 H HQ ! ,-1 X Cindy Ling Don Lino 6, ,,,Ll Peggy Lisinski Q muy" Jeff Long ff' Don Lorenzen ' - ' Vickie Lorenzen 5 . ,, Sue Love Don Lowe Ginger Lowe Gail Lower Natalie McBride 105 I thought with time to achieve merit Sandra MacKay john Mahon Nancy Malaska Bob Malone Jeif Maludy Glenn Marks Gerald Mars nnnnnn .f- Q H fl - W was 1 ,, PM M , :ne I gin, 5 , qi W N? 1 Tl N'-N 'li A K , H Scott Hirssig takes advantage of the library's quietness to complete the next day's assignments. Y-, -i r gill McCann .H iane M C ' k '11 - H ' - V : Sophomores fuse C om it l , t,,. i yin . V: U 1 fn, Steve McKenney sg , My qu: ' iii in S Whalley McNeal ,P 1? Greg MacKay . lf 1 13' l'o " Y , L ,, , .-,,,.,,,l . ,, , -1 -e .4 -X l ' ' E' qsggg M' in F- 1' Ji 6' -.x 3 ,n G '-if Q iff Ts e ' - S 3 X H ,, ,A - 'l ' 'N 1 . " 1 1 ' I il 'if ' ' ' fi 1 1 V X --E v! f--K !::- l . ,Wx f V 1 f -N-- fr.. ik-' ' 1 fm Mary Marshall I b QQ! wx V I I Sally Mason w h X , tg, 'll A U Rick Massie "" ig Ayiiz izy 'F , , i .L ,. flsa , any nn, ll . A , Randy Meeker '- 'ff F. iii' W " . ii ' ' ,.,. H5 M X A-I 'ti' y. aa, Lg ,g 4 -f is ,asf Tn Y ,Haw wli,,,wmzzw l M , ' ' U Delores Meisner F , Gloria Meffitf -"M .. 'T Q' af 'oi" Grace Metzler 41 ll X ,, 11 + M Robert Metzger A ' 'A' R. txgv, aA G l A e E o L' L ,, w- N .. 'wj W fb' Gary Meyer f 1 M 'Q if M f' 1 ' X" N' f " scott Midgley , L V --4" - Dave Millard ' 3.9. Q- Berry Miller , " ' 7 " ,. . E wx W --i f If M,Wg..Qk -,g"'13l'l "'QA H mm if fr, N V ' 'I iii 5"ggf?' ,f 3W"?mg, we Dave Miner l as - i ' 'Ta Dick Miller ef J, w " fl W ' 1 U Jackie Miller N t Sandy Miller 'l.X.Lf 1 , ff- X f. ,gi -fb 1 'Y W ' X 1 Q-. K sa bali: W' l ge, M QE-wwfHy,, V- I+-N, H 5 Fw:-5-navy: - shawn Miuef l fi o ll ll y Sue Miller a . 1 Tom Miller -, A n - ,I ii .xi Carl Moellenberg .' , .:': ' ,M .- sw 645:11 A. Chuck Moellenberg ' "1 1 Y' K 1 ' g , , Kay Moesser W' 3 ,, 1 W' Q Q4 , Kim Morrison f b ' 1 i 's QW tv: 'Ei' Sherman Moshef l,...,.... . H ' 49 el, E3 it it , - if W w - ' . 5 Jenny Muchow :T X X V V i Jim Murphey W9 w p John Myers "9 wg ' f '- if L Q, www- A 553-V X ,W I 106 - P sf-e'aaQga1Qf"a' r" " we f- ,, H ,wfanv - rg- ww "" 1' i ' ,ig , ,. 5, 2' ' lflam assar 3 , i' 1 ,z ' 1 ' 5 Connie Nealand vi. V D if ff ' ' It 'fy 4 I Christine Newcomer 1 ' - - .' a - :f 1 , V Lk, HA HE..-E,5,, ' gr ,nigga . ' QQ z.: my ' ,W v , LN gif, , "i f ' ' ' , -il. " 4 i "-Q wx i . , A - M ' P . if 45 1 - g i R 4 ' www wi, , X I' I l il : . Al v7x' .2 A ,, fm 3 6:21 .L he in My J!-X i ii l f 'it y P -ff A jj i , Q . fl Q N o ' la. ' 4 ., V .,e. ' y l 2 5: 'x'3- . , ' , ' X L A ' mgsrwyf, WX f nr --L TV ' L ,,v,,,,1.i ' . f Av 'I V Q J. ' . ff' 1 as is , V 'I XS55755. ' Ii , I 4 lw ,In f A f.-71.-T, siu-xggw' ww V: .R H ' li Y vi C. . P, i, ' V JP' 5 I H gi ', - , 3? at .mv f T- , 1 f .sk A 8 J I I' I 1 -"' ,HH r ff ' 'ICH H- 1 ' ,-'-- E' ,, ,, ' , A L V-l.?H59Lf.e .. Wi' il i ' iii up K Hi er NQRV :,: W: , P 'F :nnnn 2 l , ag. . 1, MMM' Y ,I - Q , . - i Q 'th I v ., , ,. IL - 1 , ' ' ,, 1' i '- -:. w - -- I . . ,--3 I mfr ? ' rf 1' ' A f ig: -.A ar L, A - . f r W :Y 5 . I K A , f . wie or A 'tlsifff' V w. L 2, W2 ,...r R-,AJ , fl' F George Niederriter Charlene Nielsen Don Nuhfer Jeff Nuzum Sandy Nyitray Darlene O'Dell Q PM H Mary Packard . I Patti Paris X fu . A Y Chip Parmelee " 1 , , if Qmi fi Q , Tom Parseghian Ai ',fiV " ' " if L iii if Pat Patton ' V fm? I Torn Paul Q W P b Daryl Pepe if '. Harley Perkins Jim Peters Bruce Pfaff Mel Phillips Pat Pierce Karen Pohlman Linda Pohlman Bob Poole Larry Pratt Jeff Pridgeon Tim Provencher Patt Pruden Diane Pusczewicz Debi Querschke Greg Radzinski Charles Rahla Jim Randall Debbie Rasmussen Diane Rathge Barry Ray Randy Tredway improves his ability in manipulating a microscope for Biology I. 107 Barbara Reneau I Larry Reinstein A l ' N l -. X V .Q g S h d l ' S K P P if wM.gg1'QfllfH M 0 Y 74 . V I' ft ' ri talent with M R1mdeS'l it Judy Richards f i g Q Q " am Danny Richardson ll ' . VA ligj m i - , I X . . M 4' N.. ln . . - 1'CPC2lICd P1'21Ct1CC S L ff- i if l '1' AN , ff-?lQf,Qg3g Kal' lMLl'i"i'.,."i iw. I' S :SMX N 7- Q, i Y Y . , ' . 171, , 11 Jill Rickenbacher ' 5 ,Q Leighanne Ridge " If 4 .4 A l filffm in M 1 7 ':" ,, Sara Rios ...:. -x if 5' Kevin Risher ' ' Q" ""' I ' 2, V ' ":' T? Steve Risherx, ,N ,..: ' X ee, . 13 ' --3 1 J N' ssgmw --, R .:f-,::f -':- ' W L 63,15 1 I o n Ro erts ':' , "li Z ,gli . f , Linda Robison Eg 5 . It M AH , :,:. , 1521: il 'X :,: 1 wx H , Y My 1 A v Pam Robv 1 - ea .-Q f a - PM V S ff' if 0 ' P8111 ROClCb21l1gl1 Hg ,. .' 'i w ' 1: -"' N -,325 N, ig , ' ,, ,-yi- I, Michael Rogers ' I, -Wi' X .L A V Linda Rohweder , '-wa? X Q - ' -2 A3,.q"- 3 , 'W i ' 'il , ' -211 fi? 1?--if fe f -- --.--. 3 4. , f ,ia I -'Z-ex. char Denny Root 'Q -QW 'gi ' ' W X " ' ' ? ' " ' DaLee Rosenberger -er -was Qi v r rl M, Chuck Rosenbrock j Y - ,J if ' S , ,Q-l-pi, if I-,Ya W af , , ' JaY.R0fSif1gef 57215 l fri .V i N fa ,. ar- at Elaine Rourke ' ' ' ga' ' 'eftiff if gif W z S' ASW Q Gail Rubin " , , , 4 ,:,, 1 , QE w 'Tl ,, - - .N " 'f:.:' ' -. 'W fare f-...ar Y. ,gr-ef, H, :lil ,-.5:-:Zf5:5m:, "fin -fc --,leg Marcia Rubin 2 ,. qrfgf uf, V34 , ,JE Ig, F, ., :.: ,5 wg, 1- - 1 jg, my in .3495-,-. ' ,S M es? K H ' L f 33,1 ' 4 --Legg x-.,- rg!-,. ,i-. L-'l.-,:.p1-uni A-gilt? iii A Q i in A ,,-4,2 , , - :Wi"'w"'QlN" "mxE.ml U H 7 H mxwuuf umm nuuwlu , H ull ua: ww J Dave Ruch l 'S' ' fi N 1 ' A ' Linda Ruse E A , i 'Z .. it l Sharon Ruswinkle 3 - "ij , iilll V, ' ' Jim Saltzman :M , W ff Carol Sandbrink " ., '- ' - 1 11 , Marilyn Sands it ,Q ' Q gyyi S Mike Savi ge - J , f - ff: x ' - :-' f X , Jl .r dm-ff zz. wa: ..,,,i, Y ayw ,,?g,, ,-, Ls' 'NWAN 1 H he pwzs.1uM,',,vlbf,A a uw . V ...gb jfi Julie Sears, center, watches to be cued in during drania class while classmate Miriam Simon and senior Janice Ott await behind. 108 rg. ll Haas. V . a M .,, ga .af X ramp-5 ,, l la, N W F ar 1 . V H ..- X , r EX f H, ., .,,, . Les Savory Bill Saylor Pam Schaier Chuck Schafstall Phil Scholtz it vx 5334 S' "1 af' . fi ,a w , I 'Q ...,4 Barbara Schladetsch ' ' ' H lllw w ,H X N, H 1, 7 W 'Q ifi,,!.- Mark Schumacher -4. A r lifjr if, dx' X H13 .xiii K1. l l vw S' V E TZ F"-V' il .r Af ' J ' 1:- 1 i 'fi'-N 5'1" fl ! S lin" mv G ii Bill Schwartz 5 w x ' 5 ,AQ i"' fx 1 Q 4 A ,X 2.4 -:gf ' ' I " Q 1 is Trp- ff' """' PT' I f' ,, Nggiivjdrw , wwllx ,i Bob Schwartz Linda Schwirzinski Nancy Schwirzinski ' 'X Diana Scott ' fa5sim' Janis Scott wi reset Debbie Seadln ? W ww,2si., . he ,ao fi?-'57 S ' Thiifiilf-2233 , ,. 1 V mwwwwlfffyizllvi W 1 L . -1 eff! H - X A julie Sears P ' "' be - .ei if ' LL, f f I -. ," E3 Ein dseggfl stock Duane Hammett adds his musical abilities to Sy1vania's V if .1 S 'yi -3 -6 Y g tuba section of the band. - ,fg iffy , , IQ, ' :U IEE ,, , i, t - ik" if :'-1' V: . r:-"-4" ' it ' ' ' 1 sez, : ' ff? w Gt-3 QE- ' N ygf la ca n -45 rfgfffnfwlytii Jar " K 9 Q 'ri ,E ' ',,, Brian Seretsky Kathy Seyer Lindy Shannon Paul Sharp Terry Sharp Jerry Shay Jayne Shepard X Barbara Shock 7 Randy Shonk Julie Shoup "" Miriam Simon " 1l,' ,L.., Barbara Smalley " ' Mike Smawley Ji Chuck Smith Dan Smith Jim Smith Karen Smith ff YY' T n x 'V Lou Ann Smith Mary Smith lx ' Y ,via H W ll' A Nd x i, L7 a - G ' QV I 'K A A I .V ,- 4 ,Fa .i,,Nv wx f W X J - Nancy Smith Roger Smith Tom Smith Valerie Smith Scott Smythe Chuck Snead Robert Snyder Roberta Snyder Donna Sollman 109 Peter Spadetti ., I' I Denny Spaulding . l' Q -li.. ' 5.9 VV , if two, if L .. ' .r VA. X Alan Stanbery Q V V V V S Mike Sm T T T l l a fe , fr M 'J 'A NT' O OI'I1OI'C S relate my sms J' W :Fifi ' , M :V jtsjjj , . At, . ..-. He. r HWwwwuuwawq 1 1 .,V, fl .. 1 A.,A. ZfgliullzzfMfflfifzi fs " 'W' H H' 4 K ' X Elf- ' ' c assroom s u ICS T T also Sharon Stautzenbach -lfh 1 1 . , '. l a Q Ralph Stewart e S1 1' 5, "' 7 ' , ,, .h with relaxatlon fl T San ra Stoll , 1 ff- I , ' -- A'-dj V 1 VV A.ai3:aSNxX ' 3 . ax l iQ,QZA T ' l5 S 'Ti it Victor Stole: ff - X ' 7 V . V Randy Storer X , 1 l ,," Joan Stotler ' ,- ' 5 Vf' in - gh , .V A IV "' Q ' V Bruce Stowell "' '- ' .L gl gil, .4-IVV' ' " A I 'L Mary Jane Strickland 1 .Ang XX ' '- "". Q-f ' Y? l 5 Alice Strong , 157 2- 'I V Q 11-"A-g,' Y -,.- 433 C . A-f , it Q V S X ,f " I ' -1 ' Bernard Stuard V , N -V l 'ff Pat Sullivan IVQVV Axzztk V gf' - - " 5: , V "f"l , Jill Sufbef 1 .,t e ' JOYCG Sufvfise 1 Q ,:,:, ea f T S yr in 6 l l'l' in at f gomssuigmzu S -A T V V QV Vzuz. ,.., V VW qzik V , . -1 VA . Slim vS:fe?11tzel ' 'X ' " L 5 ":9' X Li 1 fkxia I Q., P ' . 'IP A U f s A ' l N if Vi-'irIfE?llll:llI"'lll'lNfll11ll3:X l l V i5 7'M7villT4dNfl Bill swiczkowski . W T l a C , b T Tom Switala , '5' 1' " to , Z V '- ' . Pam Szmania. ,U fig jf' ali' fi' ' i ,ei i ' T Cf A , :I Elaine Szychowski "' , Y L4 'B I' . , Kathy Szyrnanski ,J 1 ' J , V-T '3' ' , ,V "7 Craig Szymkowiak " K 'Q A V f 'f ' K X-ff 'H - 1 T .Ra-, V' . C ' W Y ---V.. -' 1 PK ' QT VFQTWV f' VR,,V1l'.x. 'le' T Mike 'rabnef Us V , Janet Talmo , VV: F . V - H- w ,, Randy Tansel ' gg 'HV . ,l " Cathy Taylor 1 ul? , 2 Q R ' Q ..,' Leslie Taylor VVVV 'jf - Tom Tavlof ,:a. Bob TCHY e' y n S ,S T T T Rick Textor Zig we T T -3V 4 T gil mg , AX lin g Chris Thebeau 'A A 7' .- 3 l 3 Janet Thom ' f , '- '43, I ' rg Tom Thomas ' 1' ' ' Cv 'P -V fi - T ' .-get ,sa -, l A A Bruce Thompson Vfg V fy,-,Q Barbara Tomazewski 'T-' 1 ,n 1 -CV fl' 'V W Q- A ! , NXVV 'V 1VV V, 9 One of many school jobs awaited Diane Coffey when she entered Sylvania. Diane served as a hall guard in the A-hall lobby. 110 "' 'hi 2,1 11M XX , , , Xe1,XXX , , X. - ,-X 1 1 ' - X , ,XX V .X :X ' Y, 7 ,Q Tina Tooker 1 "1 lg K 1 19 " 115' Greg Tfa-la ,, -1 f,. ,XXX 1X 111X :1 nf A Xl Randy Tredway - :1 ' . '- X f . '?Q,f7 1 1 , 1 5 'Q area Q- V f ' ' 112- :T ' " ' Y ' -' 1 jj ,,1Iv.e . ' V 1 1 A ' ' Jef -. '1 . 1 ef Q, P151 , ,LA 1 1 111 A 11 54 K 111 11111XX111XX Xf5Xs1XQ15 X 1 , Hs" "' 12: . 1. X1,,v,.,,L' Q 1 X-'1 I ,Y ' 1111 W p 'T ' H11 1: Y X. 1 . 5, . 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X . 3, -11 11 -, 11111 ..X11, , 111 X Janette Welty Paula Wening 111 Dave Webb Harold Weed Mike Weikinger Mark Weinstein Dennis Weiss Clark Wells Kathie Wells Sophomores span new horizons with counselor's aid Linda Wilhelmi Ida Williams Jeff Williams Nancy Williams Billie Williamson Bob Williamson Curt Williamson Paul Wisnofske Dawn Wittscheck Diane Wood Amy Woodard Jack Whittaker Ed Wilcox Alex Wilhelmi Judy West ' ' TT. 3- . f Q, ll f 1 il lui.: 4f ul l Sarah White ' gi - -'ff f 1 I:-i f-'Y f 1, ,W H WC. , , MM-7 . lv 1, ' ' Q 'T if 11" 5331 V N , 2' H nal A YT' ,ll ' F. ei ,wi W ls-, , 53, A. .:-, W, ' f.,-'g MW ,., -.1 , -,V I ' 5 , ,, ,. I N-'va u X ,ad x - ' f'1,. fl .'.,i FL faygf u ,iw -uw ve'-3, 1-,,. 'A a W y y re all i, V i' 'Z 'il .Q Q y ,-. " I 2 7 . Fl K: 'ff ief fi 1 ' Y .,, ani' ' ' . , ' H H ,L , ?',iA,.',, :li 5. :-A -3 ,I . , v i ll- ,f 4 2:1-N l v M-, rw i L,-:Q A -1' ei , 651 ' , ,ag , N " 1: 3, e ' SL: ' 'lil ri , 1 'wig H 3 ' Q W if , , qi, 1 - -, is IW, . X . ea? fm 1 x in - ,Or J i ,mp ,Y -- Z x , f-f' F 1. I - X ' ll , V 'W L- .IZ .. iaw J 4 :: -: 1 f va :fl ' K " Q N , A' , fri A "1--1 l L+ A L45 1 Steve Wright Jane Wuwert Laura Yeager Becky Young Debbie Zahn Larry Zander Tom Zechman Vickie Zeituer Bob Ziegler H , 1 . N ' W 1' -Xxi i 73,3 ff X Q 5' wtg' ,, 5,15 ' - gf -223 M A . ' 'X 4 A fi ' Y ,Aga 7 lllln 1 .1 ' e" ' ?q':'77-1-75M::? F!-!i'I -. is-:Q ' L.- - ' 'hw " 71 V , sv-, V - i -Q L V. we Vin lei 1 ' - W gg 627- M g f j U Elm! i E ' mg!! tl 'x -8 5611 51 " if 1 Y .- f . ,N lu 5 ' X -V 1' , ii 355555 we we i 7 -5 1, -"vi "L ,- N 33: ' X 1? " 'f y lu Ts' - E' 2 I Q ' ' if me .pf -xx flirt' Nw H Mqsgaf i in - ef 1 -- .: . ,gn Randi Zinn . -, , Ron zunk ll 9 .X ,, 7 ' Vicki Zytkus Xa , ls Sophomores continually asked guidance from their 51 Ab, counselor, Mr. Thomas Tonneberer. D. X. 112 ACTIVITIES ,Qx , ' 'pi nt w-rw-lin ,Ana-, ,VH YR". N, mgfu- Qfwfxafzf Ss M, N wr 'r . i k wx U IH :- H, 5. ,G .. ,S L, X., ,,,Y ,-, ' 'V gg :I w w7lf5fG!'53 W if 1:55 . " N825 , L, E H, f is 3 w Y . J, V5.3 H ' ' ll., ff Bw Nd 4253? 1 " " '! 2 2,131 1 'Ju X aff? V, W W , Q j ? ' 5 ""f-O v V ix-jj -423. nw .., wwf 945' f' if I' f , L - -- ' u 'N 411 Z3 '- U X ! f'? Y W IJ? QI 3, 5 fl .1 It '- , ' 535' -A " 1 , S :li JM, T-'I z W ' . Q. wa 1' 2.4 V ,- 1 i'A ,177 X ' Pxfw ti' 1 W 1, 4 - gf - ' , 'F' 11 51 -he AFjf .,,f,.. . A 'Alf 'iw +f'-' ' , 'T Em ,LA --.MK Ax v- 'J , I Q, - r x' x--. - , "" 1 L + x ,., ' f ,r 4.54 . 2' . Q LE p--4-1 .. A v4 .4 - ., , N-. X- X V' b ,M M 1 1 'M . ff' :'F.w:.:YXfH , 'L ,qi ".- . .nm swam In united leadership, Student Council guides SHS As the governing body of Sylvania, Student Council initiated all major projects throughout the year. Guided by president Mark Brunner, Council began working in the summer, holding meetings once a month. Through the pre-school weeks, the constitution was revised, committees were formed, and a calendar for the 1967-68 school year was compiled. The back-to-school dance, "From Dog Days to Slave Days," gave future SHS'ers a taste of council efficiency. Each member was assigned a home room Where he gave a report and related the assembly minutes. To the seniors' delight, a special group re- searched the possibility of eliminating final exams. Regulations and qualifications of holding any off.ice or position of leadership were ex- amined, and an amendment was made in the constitution in reference to removal from office. Above, Shirley Knepper, Joyce Frutiger, and Bob Knowles complete committee work in C-7, Student Council headquarters. Below. at a student council meet- ing, Mark Brunner listens to Gary Barcus's comments. iff i 1:4131 -Q ft 2 c ff ' 5 5 Ln 7: 'ld Q 5 4 'igw Student Council Ojicers, sitting, Carol Quinnell, secre- lrch, parliamentarian chaplain Gary Barcus, vice pres: taryg Mark Brunner, president, Randy Colgan, sergeant- dent at-armsg Carol Smith, treasurer. Standing, Ray Graum 116 ,,,,,H,,,, ,Ui , Aiiigrifgwj , , ' i,,g,,i5,,, 'uq,fx.mH YAR, A b 5: N kia 4 A . , ,. " .-Y' 14:51. H- .1 N, Q,-:F , -N M H ...-. Q - V ' -1' - 4' -2 , x if P ' Q wi , s , N y Student Council Members, kneeling, Karen Hoover, Mark Bender, Bob Meeker, Carol Rogers. Sitting, Ray Graumlich, Carol Quinnell, Gary Barcus, Mark Brunner, Carol Smith, Randy Colgan. Third, Annette Bodnat, Dawn Augsburger, Terry Deye, Diane Travis, Carol Chevalier, Jeff Schaaf, Steve King, Scott Smythe, Ginger Lowe, Larry Roby, Mike Stark, Lisa Graumlich, Linda ..... v Coventry, Cheryl Barrels. Fourth, Linda Addington, MaryAnn Stanton, Cathy Cook, Debbie Benson, jim Cooke, Marybeth Shaul, Chris Metcalf, Dave Goldberg, Denny Dietrich, Tim Connors, Bob Knowles, Kathy Liden, Jean Keefer, Eric johanssen, Ken Baum, Bob Alschbach. 117 lj U r 10 ul it "',1'AM EQ gil 1 H 5 Small groups of council aid representatives a, W si ,ia , 5 K. ,, tw we -- i - , S gays- f- , . ff- Committees of Student Council provided a chance for members to specialize in fields of talent and interest. Sportsmanship Committee made victory and spirit signs during the football and basket- ball season, and also sold Wildcat folders to spur teams to top potential. Class guidelines, compiled by organizations committee members, served as a set of regulations for present and future classes of Sylvania and bear a resemblance to formal constitutions. The Safety Committee sponsored car checks throughout the year and set controls on student parking. The Spurrlows, a young singing group, presented a safety pro- gram directed toward teenage drivers. A new committee, Evaluations, maintained a system of checking the efficiency of both the Council groups and the individual members. Different ideas for Council via the suggestion box were handled by publicity committee members, who also planned bulletin boards displaying Council news. Two students of the week were regularly chosen by the Welfare Committee, which high- lighted its schedule with a field day. all i im," ,H 1, aa' iii ' C355-ri "ig is iz as, W I an Student Council Commissioners, Diane Travis, Co- chairman Sportsmanship, Chris Metcalf, Otganizationsg Cheryl Bartels, Co-chairman Sportsmanship. Student Council Commissioners, Sue Porter, Safetyg Judi Welw, Corresponding Secretary. ll' 118 9,5 ,vu .S'tude11t Council Commissioners, Kathy Liden, Student Welfareg Marybeth Shaul, Public Relations, Steve King, Evaluation. s W is gtg set.. Q . . . H . s. u . - - N s x . . . V .tw Y Y . . 1 .44 Q- H a l l mi Wi ts 41 5 s.. V ' . . 7, .j ur Each year the American Field Service has brought a foreign student to Sylvania for a year of study. Leonor Ortiz, this year's exchange student from Argentina, entered Sylvania life with the help of all AFS members. She soon became a staunch supporter of SHS, and her en- thusiasm matched that of any Wildcat. The computer dance was just one of the new ideas advanced by the Projects Committee. This or- organization also brought Sylvania the gym's microphone mixer to improve sound during assemblies. All student elections were sponsored by the Elections Committee, which regulated voter registration and vote tallying. Judi Welty was the candidate for TASC queen, and repre- sented SHS at the area dance. Members of Toledo Area Student Council attended meetings and kept Sylvania Council active in citywide projects. Above, Judi Welty represented Sylvania at the Toledo Area Student Council dance, "Twilight in November," held at the Commodore Perry Motor Inn. Student Council Committee Chairmen, right, Bob ,. Knowles, Electionsg Dawn Augsburger, American Field Serviceg Bob Meeker, Council Projects. X is 3 w w ' 4, u'M'1ui9ejU1 2 1 gui L N it Hksgxgaww X il j e-ji. U mek?-rf! 1. " :E I i it lk K X I ,, ' xy ' 'bg ff. ,H - C cgi.. ,..H..e'., W. it Aimg.1,,.jg.55,.'jg5,g,..G..,."H. V, 1 t it ' ef ., 3.55 , W w W wwf, ,,,,M H .. H Q Mm fre ,, mm . it mmm w H sm Q 5 3 , ' 1 ' g i I , ,, as tw .j U ss. H , gm ' . MM mu. Mark Brunner, Representative. - TASC members, left, Bob Knowles, Program Chairmang Assisting facult becomes part time dut Balancing accounts and keeping them up to date did not worry the 47 organizations of Sylvania High School. Under the direction of Mr. Ted Dennison, school treasurer, Linda Young and ,,'iiii 11: ,N Pat Baumann worked hard counting money, 1 gl Stamping and writing checks. Besides rendering ii' ittt"i' N ' services to school organizations, the workers ' took care of all athletic finances and other mone- Wifi' di t- , 1 tary necessities in Sylvania. , , p , ,.,,,: gf? " vii 5 ,1', S gg s scaa Preparing showcases. and bulletin boards, shelv- 'S uiiiiii ii I, ing, filing, checking out books and magazines y ' were among the tasks taken on by the library staff. Supervised by Mrs. Betty Follas, the library staff had guest speakers such as senior Ann Mroz, who talked about her trip to Poland. She brought souvenirs and postcards to share with the members. Christmas was celebrated by an informal party with refreshments, records, and a movie. Library Staff Finance Office Sitting, Patricia Baumann, Mr. Dennison. Standing, Linda Young. Sitting, Melissa Steele, vice presidentg Janis Pace, sec- retaryg Ann Mroz, Paula Bomia, Connie McNeal, treasurer. Standing, Debbi Clowse, Bill Gottlieb, Rick 120 bu-. SQ, My Hart, Ronni Vanderhoff, Shirley Grant, president, Mrs Follas, adviser. ' Resource Center Staff Bottom, Mary Lou Reyes, Arlene Bustow, Nikki Pietras. Second, Carol Sparkia, Nola Hicks, Mrs. Westland, Miriam Simon. Kneeling, Eric Koepfer, Larry Pratt, Kent Koepfer, Howard Kessler, Paul Bauer. Second, Bob Armstrong, Roland Southard, Bill Holmes, Steve Witschen, Bruce Hodge, Nick Herman, vice pres- ident. Tbird, Mr. Virtue, adviser, John Virtue, presidentg Frank Johnson, Don King, secretary-treasurerg Jim Gaw- rych, Jim Saltzman, Gary Pratt, Mike Yaw. 121 Helping students and teachers locate educa- tional materials, including films, pictures, rec- ords, and books was one of the tasks given to members of the resource center staff. Giving up their study hall time to perform these duties, the workers also were responsible for repairing dam- aged books, collecting overdue fines, and arrang- ing the many new materials which expanded the center. Providing valuable service to teachers, members of the Projection Club gave unselfishly of their time to run tape recorders, opaque projectors, and other audio-visual aids. Mr. James Virtue supervised the use of equipment and the lending of films and slides. Other duties of the club in- cluded maintaining the public address, system and running the record player at dances. Projection Business groups train members for careers Members of Business Oflice Education and Distributive Education Clubs of America par- ticipated in many iields of activity dealing with business transactions. Girls in BOE gained experience in the secretarial field. Many were recruited by the office to type, file records, and take shorthand. Students in DECA I and II learned the skills of advertising, mar- keting, selling, and distribution through part- time jobs. Advisers Mr. Minsel, Mr. Johnston. tw 7 , ' 7" Q is B 1 FE' z ' Q 3 at a ,s sirst e A .We ,i ,. e l, ' A , 8 . .1 , a I . , , w 1 i ff ,I fig?" -55 fe W ,MJ ftp ill , J XYZ? A DECA I, center left, Kai Kesler, reporting secretary, DECA II, above, john Lindsley, presidentg jamie Sally Bell, treasurer, jan Robison, secretaryg Laurie Mathews, vice president, Chris Armstrong, reporting Long, vice president, David Bradley, president. Center secretaryg Ann Fisher, treasurer, Denise Davoll, secre- rigbt, Mary Wilson, studies management skills as part tary. Left, Chris Jackson checks a list of product manu- of DECA training. factures as part of research for a DECA manual. LLQ ,AQ Q5 W lima Z Chris Armstrong and Terry Edgar decorate an old- DECA I secretary Janis Robison practices her typing fashioned tree which was later donated to a needy skills for DECA duties. family. I S Bottom, Peggy Parks, Wendy Moore, Debbie Streeter. Second, Sandy Mattison, Sharon Hensley, Paula Harrison, Joy Witwcheck, Carol Kovacs, Pat Sturton. Third, Patricia Baumann, Sharon Wackley, Linda Young, Sharon Butz, Shelia Scott, Linda Beaubien. 123 andotte' staff meets deadlines for spring publication Before the 1967 school year began, Wyandotte staffers were chosen, spring sports pictures were taken, and 552,500 in advertising was sold. When classes resumed, adviser Mr. Frederick Marlo initiated a new procedure, a two-week training course to acquaint the staff with the aspects of yearbook organization. Actual production began with the selection of section editors who were guided by co-editors Geri Crossland and Vicki Tallman. Four deadlines were met through com- bined eiforts exemplified third period and in sessions after school. Every spare moment was spent taking pictures, writing copy, and plan- ning layouts. Dedication was evident throughout the year in order to complete the Wyandotte that would encapsulate 1967-68 at Sylvania. ' ' fi -signs Q. se.-1 fx i fi.: I , L, .aww- M., 'Wd-K -.1-K Q2 Sitting, jeana Plummer, sophomore class editor. Stand- ing, Linda Newton, junior class editor. Ken Deutsch, John Rentner, photographers. Sitting, jane Kingsley, student life editor.. .StamQing, Dave Stange, sports editor, Cindy Kelly, activities editor. im'-li . ,x Q f ,Q 124 'gags ,, ff' 'tr'-lst' L ' ' ag? Tricia Fee Liz Vuchnich Business Manager. Copy Editor. v-YA,-f-,,. "C, "1 IVyandotte Staff: Sitting, Barb Bush, Carol Chevalier, Annette Bodnar. Standing, Debbie Fetters, Bob Sturtz, Mary Ann Stanton, Jeff Bloomer, Carol Rogers. Ken Deutsch Geri Crossland Vicki Tallrnan Mr. Marlo Director of Photography. Co-editor. Co-editor. Adviser. it fn. Left, Sitting, Judi Welty, academics editor. Standing, Nancy Fulton, senior class editorg Chris Dragg, index X editor. A110-ue, Carol Rogers, assistant copy editor, -"..f.-J, corrects final copy as Wyandotte deadline draws near. 125 Future journalists learn techniques with "The Prints" Expanding to "the illustrious length of six pages," from last year's four, Sy1vania's bi-weekly newspaper, The Student Prints, evoked thought and devotion from 28 stalfers. Greater expression in column writing was revealed in "From the Editor's Desk," "Suethsayer," and "Ed's Sport- lights." Other facets of communication were related in a book and movie review, a section of classroom anecdotes, and fashion innovations. In addition, the staff developed an editorial policy-"We endeavor to publish informative, objective, and entertaining material in a manner befitting ideals for which we strive." Culmina- tion of the journalists' diligence emerged at the annual Northwestern Ohio District Journalism Association banquet where the newspaper was rated with other offset press editions. wc, . ,igqT:'1efJ7' .-lj -11 5 an ' 11 ,11 7 f 5 1 w r , N11 5 ,,,,,, '1 is Q? My W5 1 ..., H1v,l.V Q11 11 fig? ,, 11 W gh 1 r' ., ' I . "iz Sitting, Jim Baehren.Standing, Mark Bramson. Sitting, Alice Lapsanszky, managing editor. Standing, Linda Greiner, copy editor. Cindi Williamson, Candee Turner, artists, Carol Chevalier, business manager. Mark Bramson News Editor 111 ,ll 1 11QsiE11f" -N ,Q 11 1, :am "' ll "1'ffla11 ,iv 'QE r 5 gf i1 " " 11s11: 11 W 11 1 -4-A ,, V' ll ' ll 11msf: 15 11 1, .-1 11 sr - 1+ was f 'Q an Liz Vuchnich Editorial Page at if i JW' "Z:-:mai 5f.l:.5:::-' W , 11 ,am A ,i 1'i 1 1,5 QNX - va W je :iw 11:arg,y 111 111 W' 111 ss' asmyiawaanea eva 1,11 1 1 ll ll 511553 2- is . W ,Q ll: me it 115551 ...W 'S E rt x' lll .W 'VH f ,ul lfgill e111"ffgs1.1"' 1 .. x ini 1 X ' 14.1" 1 64 494. 'E - 2555 g.FL gm an e 5 Qi 1 :Eg gn 3551 126 11 N," 1 Mimi 11, 152211 ul is 2:1 51, ,G ig, ,jf .ii Je W ,W 11159 1 Ei 1 EL l Baal as .3 ,W -QW.-, Kathleen Hepler Darlene Houser Third Page Feature Editor ,I V. ,W X . 411,17 .rr 33 Barb Bush Ed Bon-kowski Fifth Page Sports Editor Z if 2 :" ggi, E 'N : ":' :EET 5 I ??i!!""iwi1!wl K1 ,f Wu w ne. , . ' :E , 4 , H' X V I , 'Q W .. ' ' H X 1" f H f . ,W m i i fl ' 12 V . , i Sitting, Rhoda Swartzberg, Tim Phillips, Vicki Tallman, Zvara, Randy Johnson, Carol Sparkia. Second, Tricia Fee, Pete Smith, H f ,m'wawrm'v'ww"wa,Qi EMU.. i H ,, um w 531 wwmw I. jeana Plummer, Geri Crossland. Thi-rd, Pam Pegg y Erdody, Sue I-Iaughey, Karen Kramer. 7 Co-editors, Marc Smythe and Bonnie Braeutigam 127 Larry Roby, president, Mr. Wlmitman, adviserg Kathy Honor societies give recognition to meritorious work Promoting scholarship, character, and responsi- bility was the primary goal of two of Sylvania's honor societies, I-Questers and National Forensic League. Besides providing a program where dis- tinguished speakers were invited to address I- Questers, this society sponsored the Annual Science Symposium and Honors Week. The Symposium brought noted scientists from around the country to speak on their helds' of speciali- zation. A berth in NFL was earned by obtaining twenty-five points in speech and debate contests. Further points led to special awards and recog- nition. This year, qualified speakers attended the national contest at Kent State University, where they competed-against the nation's outstanding OIBIOIS. 1. ir L- at A .-.. : , e I .MA xii, s- h 1 , . - E ni iw.,-:Q M I-Questers Liden, secretary-treasurer, Marybeth Shaul, vice presi- dent. eager 1, W, NFL EEG, Sitting, Scott Eberle, Kathy Ulgener, Debbie Seadin, Kathy Ryan, Chris Dragg, secretary, Martha Horney, Lori Singer, Annette Bodnar, Terry Sharp, Lindy Shannon. Second, Mr. Bang, adviserg Fred Weiss, John Crossland, Diane Reineck, Brad Keitzman, Denny Tokarz, Ray Graumlich, Marc 'Smythe, Gary Roby, 128 Mark Bramson, Frank Johnson, Randy Ade, Pete Gottschalk, Phil Tillotson. Third, Ellen Rosenberger, Ken Deutsch, Karen Newman, Mark Brunner, Pam Amsden, John Michalski, Cindy Sigler, Bob Meeker, Carolyn Kalmbach, Jim Cooke, Steve Wright,. Randy Miller, Sherry Foist, Tom Holmes, jill Kern, Bill Ellis. t '31 if - , . if ' B .Lani Sitting, Mary Pleiss, Kathy Gould, Larry Roby, Mr. Whitman, adviserg Gary Roby, Cindy Kelly. Second, Nancy Fulton, Marcia Miller, Linda Newton, Dawn Augsburger, Brad Keitzman, Rick Osgood, Bill Isen- stein, Mike Collette, Frank Johnson, Marybeth Shaul, Bonnie Braeutigam, Anita Snodgrass, Randy Colgan, Sally Miller. Third, Martha Horney, Sally Eickholt, Cheryl Bartels, Paul Benton, Bob Meeker, Diane Travis, Linda Sass, Sue Mull, Doug Glesser, Diana Grant, Ron Sanderson, Kathy Liden, Mark Brunner, Mary White. I 'W 1, , Ji ' 'X 55559551 , 1 VTEQEQTQ NHS mm my ' ' J H if Q an .wi w. . ,, my wi w H ,:.., it Y - w w , it Sitting, Geri Crossland, Vicki Tallman, vice presidentg Jim Baehren, president, Nancy Fulton, secretary. Standing, Tricia Fee, treasurerg Carol Chevalier, Bonnie Braeutigam, Marc Smythe, Mr. Marlo, adviser. Quill 8: Scroll 129 National Honor Society and Quill and Scroll are two honorary organizations that have been promoted in high schools throughout the nation. NHS maintained leadership, scholarship, char- acter, and service as its standards. Requisites for this year were a 3.5 average and leadership and service points. Quill and Scroll, the honorary society for high school journalists, included staff members of "The Student Prints" and Wyandotte with the necessary requirements. Club cohorts published the second volume of the "Syllabus," a literary magazine which con- tained compositions from the English depart- ment. Membership was supplemented by induc- tions in january and May. An annual dinner at the Hostess House in Delta concluded the year. Students begin job interests in career clubs Home and industry interests were revealed by participants in Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica Clubs and Future Homemakers of America Clubs. Home economics girls under Mrs. Ruth Vaznelis and Mrs. Janet Crandell with at least one year of experience were invited to become mem- bers. They made gifts for the Sunshine Chi1dren's Home and earned money toward the state scho- larship fund. In the spring, the award of merit was presented to deserving girls. Students in FBLA acquired further knowledge of business and its transactions under the leadership of Mrs. Sandra Jones and Mrs. Linda Dardenne. On the year's agenda were assembling a Thanks- giving basket, a bowling party after school, a tobogganing party, and a picnic in the spring. Sitting, Mrs. Crandell, adviserg Sandra Yoh, presidentg Loretta Laughlin, vice presidentg Mrs. Vaznelis, adviser. Standing, Sandy Mehle, reporter, Sandy Miko, treasurer, county ofiicerg Sue Denicola, historian. 1. . . ' - 'w Q -nib? FBL M- X V . .Y V .- A .H Qi 'Z-S f ' Sheila Scott, vice presidentg Dee Ellis, secretaryg Mrs. Dardenne, adviserg Mrs. Jones, adviserg Linda Beaubien 9 recorderg Joy Winscheck, president. N .r 4 A , Y... - ,. 52 e .W ' , 1 5. 4 ,, ww i -54-.yr ..-v-Nv-v 1--4 . 5 1 H1 't . .5 5 i 1' FHA 130 gl L , ' gp 1 L .Q 1 0-.. 3 . :sew ui. Fi l . ' az. :a : Eng,- 'Wir Sitting, Mrs. Musick, adviser. Standing, Pam Smith treasurerg Sue Hawkins, vice presidentg Sue Mull, secretary, Martha Horney, president. - .:1"r,1. -- - E . ss iittii ss rr M Sl W H f Z Jig" H" 'H umuxm l , - I Z , 5. p , 1.1.+.,, Q T ' 5 .v-.mmm -..Mg FT Avenues to medicine and education were opened to members of Medical Careers Club and Future Teachers of America. Piloted by jim Gawrych, president, and Mrs. Marjorie Engle, adviser, the medical aspirants hosted distinguished doctors, nurses, a veterinarian and a mortician. One guest invited to speak at an evening meeting was Dr. Frank Rawling, a dermatologist on the planning committee for Toledo Medical College. FTA provided background information for prospec- tive instructors under the supervision of Mrs. Bernice Musick. According to tradition, some of Sy1vania's student teachers spoke at a monthly meeting. In December FTA sponsored an area caroling party at the Sunset House. Members gained insight from a visit to local elementary schools in the spring. as E' ,G ., 1 , Medical Careers John Crossland, vice presidentg jim Gawrych, presidentg Brent Bissell, sergeant-at-arms, Sandy Jones, secretary- treasurerg Mrs. Engle, adviser. was Jim Garwych leads aspiring medics at a Medical Careers meeting. Classroom interests pursued in correlated clubs During a Modern Language Club.meet.ing, Mrs. Stack- pole gives a French reading. Chemistry Don Lutter, vice presidentg Mike Collette, presidentg Mr. Sheronick, adviserg Greg Grant, secretary-treasurer. Student participation was the backbone of Sylvania's extra-curricular chemistry organiza- tion. Occasionally, the student demonstrations were augmented by speakers such as Dr. Robert Santelli, from the Forest Products division of Owens Illinois, who explained the manufacture of paper. Advisers Mr. Emmet Sheronick and Mrs. Marilee jones further encouraged members by aiding them with after-school experiments. Natives of Spain, France, and Germany spoke to members of Modern Language Club periodically. In 1968, a symposium allowed club members to gain information on customs of western Europe and professions involving a knowledge of their languages. The club sponsored a dance in jan- uary and following a practice initiated last year, prepared a variety of dishes for an international dinner. -Q,-E.-..g. Ez 11.34 'J Modern Language Bottom, Cindy Kelly, vice president, Martha Horney, presidentg Kathy Liden, secretary, Brad Keitzman, treasurer. Second, Mrs. Stackpole, adviserg Miss Carr, adviser. 9 D Latin Utilization of Latin in songs, skits, and games constituted the meetings of Latin Club under the direction of Mrs. Bernice Musick. Highlight of the Roman Banquet at which time, members attired themselves in the true Roman fashion of togas and stolas, was the meal "from soup to nuts," served by freshman Latin students dressed as Roman slaves. Providing encouragement for competent stu- dents, the Math Club strived to extend develop- ment of ideas beyond normal classroom study. Usually, the young mathematicians spent their time searching for solutions to intricate problems of developing formulas which interested them most. Since meetings did not provide adequate time for probing theorems and concepts, night seminars served as valuable discussion sessions and promoted teamwork. Left, Mrs. Musick, adviserg Jeff Long, presidentg Nancy Garrison, secretary, Kim Humphrey, treasurer, Jill Rickenbacher, vice president. Below, Larry Roby, presi- dentg Ron Sanderson, secretary-treasurerg Bob Meeker, vice president, Mr. Barry, adviserg Mr. Gillooly, adviser. Math rators develop talent, eloquence in speech fields Searching for a better means of expression, stu- dents obtained membership in Drama Club and its honorary society, Thespians. Guided by Mr. George Bang, dramatists planned monthly acti- vities to further the students' interest in a know- ledge of the dramatic arts. In December, Mrs. Ruth Leer, box ofiice chairman of the "Village Players," spoke to members, relating acting op- portunities. Other meetings featured a musical skit and visits of dramatists from "Toledo Repe- toire Theater." Thespians is a formation of students who obtained points by participating in plays, working behind the scenes, and actively participating in the speech team. Pat Lucan, secretary-treasurerg Randy Ade, vice presi- dentg Marc Smythe, presidentg Mr. Bang, adviser. 1 1 Drama n N H fu' Thespians Sitting, Lena Collett, Marc Smythe, presidentg Lori Mr. Hoeffel, adviser, Fred Weiss, vice president, Ray Singer, Linda Bine, secretary, Randy Ade. Standing, Graumlich, treasurer, Mr. Bang, adviser. QE M Debate Bottom, John Crossland, presidentg Phil Tillotson, vice president. Second, Mark Bramson, secretary-treasurerg Mr. Hoeffel, adviserg Jim Gawrych, program chairman. "Resolved: that congress should establish uni- form regulations to control criminal investiga- tion proceduresf' This resolution picked by a National Forensic League committee was the topic which provided the foundation for the 1968 chapter of SHS's Debate Club. From the club, students were chosen to go to the tourna- ments to debate the above topic. Mr. Paul Hoef- fel, adviser, and the debaters raised funds for the tournaments by working on school dramatic productions, by sponsoring an after-the-game dance, and by organizing a car wash. To furnish the club with first-hand information, Judge George Glasser and Mr. james Baird, a criminal lawyer, were brought in to be interrogated by the members, Deeply engrossed, drama class members serve as a critical audience for a performing classmate. Q 'Q' if Contest speaking sharpens spirit Bus rides at three in the morning, sleepy heads downing hot coffee to maintain a wide awake appearance, and playing poker in the dark were common occurrences of the Speech Club. Com- prised of active members of the Speech Team, speeches, and dutifully practiced under the of Cornpe Un the club met in November, learned contest ummm '21 Q9 .cf ' ' A an , '--'-- milf- ' ,Z M L frzfziff ' - - , - ' "" " , ' ' A -r R' 4 - -me' agp - . 1311 :M ,.F.l1'l' ' 1 I lt o .1 ...mx be lean" li 5 .DHS e A 'e ' H il? Wi- .. " " ' H ,H C . w 1 sally- '. ' ,, 51. , ,1 tll. 1 -Q. Y ,f!,:,,551'a, ' '-It " l gt-' .-. f I we-1+ Q - --:jr ,. ,,.. ,K I ., , ' ' fr' ' , ,. ,Tc I 1 I V M -Q-,.--Wh lr v F A-6 ww A Lifgrfgi E ,g ei ki' ww v..i7..f.- 72 V I 1. -4 W - Y i I- 1 f I - up if V r ' un 'u 'f-'K' - M mi I 'A 'A .- ' ' -if '--' 1 3 'M 'fl 5 ,sf 1 W ln... M 4 . W A' V, -' 1 W . ' Y W X1 V 251' 4 J fl , X.., X is H Q 43 r KI. , I :rg 5 'J at y, so r. A ll, at , - ' 1 W . , em fc ' li? e e ' '1 L W x we -Y 'f Bottom, Pam Amsden, Karen Newman, Bob Meeker, Martha Horney, Chrls Dragg, Mark Brunner, Fred Ray Graurnlich, Marc Smythe, Gary Roby, Rick WCISS, Pat Lucan, Lmda Blne, Randy Mxller, Ellen Jewett, John Michalski. Top, Mr. Bang, Lori Smger, Rosenberger. 136 supervision of Mr. George Bang. This year, a new group, the Parents Booster Club, was organized. Directed by Mr. Bang and Mr. Paul Hoelfel, interested parents met to help raise money, to serve as judges, and to provide rides for the tournaments. The SHS squad hosted its own tournament january 20. nl'M,...ma ' . V if N " H H Q L " I' E' .A ff l ffl i 4-Q4 MIA lr . Xpgpxp N ' ' ' ' ' ' . 2. , ,. i X K .. - 4 A - , "---. '-"" . . . ' 1 N ' X ,- ' w l - 4 Q . K -, 1 ., ' ' "' . "f- - ' 1 , x , X ' "' ' , x' - 1 ' if , -. x tx fx , .,...- igAwQ,'f,. gs X f Above, Mr. Bang dashes time cards during drama exam readings. Bottom, Bob Meeker, vice president, Mr. Bang, adviser. Top, Pat Lucan secretary, Ellen Rosenberger, historian. Speech Club 137 utside activity stressed in hobb organizations Members of the Youth For Christ Club were bound together in Christian fellowship for the purpose of living for Christ at school. In No- vember, Toledo University grid star Tom Beutler conveyed his thoughts to the students on how faith helped his life, and in the December meet- ing, a missionary from Upper Volta discussed music and communication. The Toledo Area YFC met for bi-weekly rallies at Washington junior High School where folk-singing groups, movies, and speakers were featured. The Teen Olympics highlighted joint efforts with local basketball, volleyball, and bowling contests. The winning group journeyed to Columbus for the state wide competition. Above, Mr. Whitman, adviser, Rod Dickson, president, Jerri Lee Spitler, vice president, Kathy Gould, secretary- treasurer, Lennah Savidge, social director. Center, seated, Debbie Fetters, vice president, Linda Coventry, treas- urer, Miss Mueller, adviser, Paul Stark, corresponding secretary, standing, jeff Julius, president, Steve Trubow, secretary, Bill Isenstein, sergeant-at-arms. Right, Mr. Rower, adviser, Ron Sanderson, treasurer, Ken Baum, secretary, Pogo Cawthorn, executive officer, Mike Rathge, vice president, Nick Herman, president. Interest and a better understanding of current events was the purpose of the Council on World Affairs, Speakers presented their views followed by an open discussion and questioning period. A mock UN assembly in April gave members a chance to voice their opinions on world topics. Care and handling of rifles were fundamentals learned through participation in the Rifle Club. After school, students affiliated with the National Rifle Association practiced on the rille range. A magnet for photography enthusiasts, Camera Club was limited to a membership of 40. Mr. Thad Abell directed the club's activities includ- ing sponsorship of an after-the-game dance, pro- duction of a film, "The Sights and Sounds of Sylvania High School," and organization of the annual St. Patrick's Day Party. Sylvania's chess divisions developed competitiveness and provided relaxation for individuals. Seniors and juniors participated in challenging matches, coached by Mr. Peter Stamos. Sophomores were guided by r james Kopp who observed the progression plays. A club counterpart was the chess team composed of seniors who tried out in the fall. Junior-Senior Chess, dhove, Rick Osgood, secretaryg Ron Sanderson, president, Larry Roby, vice president, Karen Hoover, treasurer. Sophomore Chess, right, Ron Zunk, vice president, Tom Zechman residentg Crai En land, sergeant-ab , ,P g g arms, Curt Willxanison, secretary. Below, Mr. Abell, adviser, John Virtue, sergeant-an armsg Debbie Fetters, treasurer, Terry Roberts, presi- dent, Sue Hawkins, secretary, Jim Baehren, vice presi- dent. IC Chess r M, ,. - Camera Vocational clubs provide outlet for specialization Engineering iw: NEQL4. Y Member Don Roork demonstrates the principle of precession for the Engineering Club. Technical facets of science and industry were displayed by the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America and the Engineering Club. Leadership abilities were evidenced by junior Fred Czaja who became president of Northwest Ohio Area VICA. All active members supported one di- vision of the Trade and Industry program- either carpentry and electronics or machine and auto. Under Mr. Graves and Mr. Althoff, C8zE sponsored a car wash which enabled officers to attend the state convention in Columbus and pro- vided funds for field trips. Directed by Mr. John- son and Mr. Mohn, those in M8zA raised money from a dance to have their area represented at the same convention. Through individual electrical and chemical pro- jects, students expanded their scientific abilities in the Engineering Club. Group discussions under Mr. Berning helped the scientists air their problems and lind solutions. Geoffrey Grant, presidentg Mr. Berning, adviser. VICM8zA Kneeling, Fred Czaja, vice presidentg John Hesser, sergeant-at-armsg Bob Southard, secretary-treasurer. Standing, Mr. Johnson, adviserg Rick Hill, presidentg Mike Miller, sergeant-at-armsg Mr. Morn, adviser. Mr. Rower demonstrates the use of the clamp in lami- nating an arch for senior Don Moy. Kneeling, David Gurwell, presidentg Ron Heiney, vice president. Standing, Mr. Graves, adviserg Pat Spino, secretary-treasurerg Jeff Crowther, sergeant-at-armsg C Manuel Gonzales, sergeant-at-armsg Mr. Althoff, adviser. Vocational students acquire necessary skills in mechani cal drawing, electronics, and carpentry. i H" ' ' , H NH ,sigma 1, W1,fc-- , is ,. awww M JW" Wiffffsf L I 1 iezefvlazai W.. ff' We Directors lead young musicians in harmon Sitting, Judy Maedel, secretary, Ray Graumlich, presi- dent. Standing, Steve Spaulding, vice president, Brian Bailey, treasurer. Choir Officers Kneeling, Jane Kingsley, secretary, Anita Snodgrass, librarian, Ida Fischer, librarian. Standing, Phil Carlson, treasurer, Eric Johanssen, vice president, Mike Collette, president. are H E 5 :fill ,ix l,5.Wo',g,..f EM, V Q AN IA IX, l xg .V4 . Band Gfficers r ' -A fi 142 Via . v ii 3, w 1. 4, fi at. Hufjfl' - Mr. Richard Alleshouse Orchestra Director Y. 'Q-.wi 1-"s wif? i ' ,fee Mr. Richard Field Band Director Mary Pleiss, secretaryg Diana. Grant, treasurerg Beatrice Jones, librariang David Tovey, vice presidentg K. C. Huiford, president. 143 Mr. Thomas Watson Band Director Orchestra Officers PS ww aa 7 Melodious strains give symphonic touch to orchestra iw 'ea y . gi Q' ...gfaa -,--- . .. Top, K. C. Hufford and Cliff Crego display musical versatility by switching instruments. Center, Lewis Davis, Andrew Genson, and Pam Szmania tune up for orchestra practice. Above, Terry Boudouris, Debbie 144 M7558 " -we Nl? digg' The string orchestra consisting of violins, cellos, and string bass displayed varieties of music in its first contest held at Grove Patterson grade school. Competing with four Toledo area high schools, this ensemble took first place and brought home the trophy. The full orchestra made its first ap- pearance at the Christmas concert, coordinating its music with the a cappella choir for several carols. In February, members journeyed to Mans- field to participate in the state contest. The year ended with the orchestra-band concert. Spangler, and Kathy Cherry blend the tone of wood- winds with violins. Right, Bill Bloomer and Dick Flaskamp display deep' concentration in interpreting cello music. 111,,Q11,,qj1wm,.,w.w"'ggjQagge ""u,s'm, W'flznf,.1ua.f'Wf 4 ww 1 , , 3 3 'Xu Bottom, Diana Grant, Dave Tovey, Beatrice Jones, Glenda Hodge, Pam Szmania, Tom Zechman, Richard Flaskamp, Bill Bloomer. Second, Mary Pahl, Mary Baird, Glennis Johnsen, Linda Cole, Amy Woodard, Debbie Byroade, Kathy Cherry, Debbie Spangler, Terri Boudouris, Mary Pleiss, Leslie Dickson, Sandy Bryan, Dave Ellis, James Knudson, Jill Rickenbacher. Third, Chet Roby, Frank Davis, Diana Scott, Sandy Ingle, Andy Genson. Fourth, Karen Tuttle, Pam Byroade, Linda Dickson, Kathy Gould, Leni Shoup, John Hop- kins, Dave Crandell, Bob Levin, Bob Sturtz. Ellen Rosenberger, Ida Fischer, Cliff Crego, K. C. Hufford, Bob Stough, Mike Collette, Don Bain, Jerry Starks, Joe Clark. Fifth, Greg Krohn, Mark Clemons, Paul Prot- tengeier, Dave Miller, Mike Breneman, Mike Cook, Mr. Alleshouse, director. Small specialt groups practice, Seeking perfection, Mr. Watson leads band practice early in the football season. One week before the Ohio State Fair began, Don Bain, Eric Johanssen, Dave Crandell, Phil Carl- son, and Kenneth Hufford traveled to Columbus to participate in the Ohio State Boy's Band. On opening day they began their grandstand per- formance guided by jack Evans, former director of the Ohio State University's Marching Band. When the five SHS'ers returned, marching band practice was in session, with majorettes working on their half-time routines. This year Sandy Miko was head rnajorette, while Connie Draime and Kathy Ulgener completed the squad. Another section of the instrumental organization was the German Band which played at many public affairs such as the Sylvania Sidewalk Sale in August and the annual Band and Orchestra Swiss Steak Dinner in january. perform One of the loudest and largest supporters of the football team was the Wildcat Marching Band, which practiced many hours for the weekly Friday night football halftime performance. At the end of the grid season, bandsmen, under the direction of Mr. Thomas Watson, Mr. Richard Field, and Mr. Larry Holcomb, returned to their concert instruments in preparation for their Hrst concert and district contest. Continuing school spirit, the pep band performed at all pep assemblies and at many of the home basketball games. 'H Xf , , ll ef' use f 1 ...Ei Members of the Boys State Band who played at the Ohio State Fair are, sitting, K. C. Hulford, Dave Cran- Elelli Standing, Eric Johanssen, Donald Bain, Phil ar son. 146 i ,..!p,e W pi. V W: , , I .ix nite Majorettes are Kathy Ulgener, Sandy Miko, and Connie Draime. ll 113,422 Q :m g ,, f'-Q, I W if , 3:5335 Ash, ,gg-Q., -'lui 1. f l 1 .,.,. r 11-' Nic? 1' t'1f Q" 1' - - " f , 3 Gi 111 1 K: Q! ' af " ef, ' 5 3111 - A 6 1- 'H 5- n f " 'Wifi' 'V '- ' 14,1 1' - 13" L . Q f?w111 4 ' - , " N, ,. 7 " , , ,, . 1 HPfSic" JM 1111 11 1 g 1 pl. 11 1 1U Qs.. Q11 be me K e . J1 4 - 1 . ja fxr, ' is .YV . ,1 1 x ' 1 ' 1 f ,, 1 . 1 ' "5'i"?-1 1 .I ' 1' ..Q ' Q 1, ,ffl-im - E21 fe,111:1'11f"111111iM1f2 '111"?J311lQ1 "'11 6 Q - - f f l 1 - 1 ggi - f . . . L Y . mr wg-:Q f e A 111 - 1 1 efgrie 1 11111111 'l' ' -. , 1 9151535 ,xj ll- lg, 1 1 , ,N 1 -' "sein , . , sw 1 1 ' fmji , Q ' , ,b if 111 11111 ---- 1 Q ' new I if . 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Boasting over 120 members, Sylvania's ,f First, Kathy Cherry, Terri Boudouris, Debie Seadin, Janis Scott, Sue Hart, Paula Vitou, Linda Sass, Charlene Crelia, Debbie Spangler, Diane Colfey, jane Bayles, Denise Fritz, Brenda Houser, Sue Grissinger. Jerri Lee Spitler, Nancy Wilhams, Kylie Baumann. Second, Linda Dickson, Randy Baumgartner, Connie Cadmus, Kathy Gould, Bill Crisp, Mike Stark, Sharon Spitznaugle, Jane Strausbaugh, Kathy Ulgener, Lou Anne Felty, Marilyn Fry, Diana Fritts, Rod Dickson, Larry Fair, Linda , -f' "' 4? L aaxf I 1 F me .nw ai- 4 .smu- .ari b Addington, Gary Blakeman, Rick Parent, Steve Judd, Rick Koepke, John Rentner, Dave LaRoe, Chip Par- melee. Third, Marianne Mazur, Sue Wicks, janet Talmo, Barb Phipps, David L. Smith, Karen Pohlman, Sherry Foist, Douglas Scharp, Kenneth Seidl, Mike Wobser, Sarah White, Dave Kasky, Dave Ellis, Sandy Bryan, Don Stone, Leni Shoup, Bruce Stevens, Mary Pleiss, Leslie Dickson, Steve Risher, Don Gembolis, John Hopkins, Sandy Jones, Dave Crandell, Bob Levin. ildcat Band spurs student enthusiasm Q W 1' ,watt I I in - s ' 58553, mi ,Wwwi ,,i.zsiiQ. 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Fifth, Paul Prottengeier, Mark Clemons, Greg Krohn, Dave Miller, Mike Breneman, Duane Hammett, Greg Brown, Dave Clark, Dave Bennett, Don Bain, Roland Southard, Bill Hoifner, Phil Carlson, Eric Johanssen, Pete Spadetti, Tom Valo, Joe Nuifer, Dale Augsburger, Lee Springer, Tom Smeed, Mike Collette, Brack Schertzer, Bob Stough, K. C. HuEord. Sixth, Mr. Wawon, Mr. Field, Mr. Holcomb. S . H' ii Bef ii tt ii H ii iw.. W5 , M 1, -4 ii U Trained voices blend music with 3 531153 gf meaning C St....h..51 the wnall of'the Choi, mm i. . Inspired by the contagious enthusiasm of director Mr. Louis Davis, the a cappella choir's spirit soared in every performance throughout the year. In order to provide an opportunity for Sylvania students to appreciate its musical accomplish- ments, the choir presented two major concerts: celebrating Christmas and welcoming spring. The spring concert featured a double brass choir from the University of Michigan School of Music. At other times during the year, professors from this music school served as guest conduc- tors. The choir was especially busy during the Christmas season singing and caroling around Toledo at such places as Sylvania Country Club. Later in the year, the choir participated in dis- trict and state music contests, featuring solo, ensemble, and group competition. The final activity of the group was a banquet with honors awarded to outstanding choir members. cappellas tribute to Mr Davis 5 J? A cappella members practice for a coming contest. Xgyslllgr 39 i Z I1'fLncA'l9 - ' A Wearing sweaters for the first time at the Christmas concert, a cappella members informally show their unity. " Q .levi W .J Ls iw-+- H LM" fl f-iw: x q - f fr ,N H.1I.l 51 5 'I 421 -127,1 ' l i Fusanjuazzm i 15. L, , , Y, , , , ,,"'-,If',:'n,- . -'N 'Z , E.x-urIrfoETrcQ1'unLi:jusTrG- 'viii V, 5 T1 . Fa'fsE2i'uHGEnHil4iu1Ii Iinfcia 'ii1Eji15Z5Ql,ELcoQng-9 F .Ji -1 exzvxtsanguis claqua E. u m ig ' In fi-m..m...m. 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A 1 - I I H I 1 ' 1. , GL Q " ' E ' a ' -Z 5 1 f , I vi . ,ff -fr , X .5 , I N 35 ' 51" ' ,, , ' ,. - ' , 4 Q . M ' ' , ,L " V ' ' ,v J '4' 'L fb 'A Y M f Q ' 1 ' . ' , . . ' ' , ' .. A3 f" :Q ' Y 1: if ' 1 f K: H , 1' 'K hw.. H X YL' 'xy , 1 f- ' K ,,,y'u ei' , f- A 3 ' 'Q ' " w , if 14 -J, ., 3 Q 2 2 4 - L fd W EPM 5 .9 S A if - ,Q V W E 3- g I L .EE ws. ,-f , f 1, . -.K . f 1 3 I ! Lowe, Randy Storer, Kevin Risher, Steve Schneider, Guion Ray, Dusty Lindner, David Rahla, Judy West, Karen Kranz, Cheryl Burris, Cheryl Wonell, Carol Ekstrom, Nancy Ewing, Joy Minich, Diane Reineck, robariang Pam Roby. Fourth, Carol Heplinger, Sue Schneider, Diane Tanner, Karen Newman, Julie Erkert, Dave Tovey, Mark Lindner, Dave Beveridge, Bob Mowery, Rick Luif, Steve Anneshensley, Doug Shanks, Tim Spradlin, Dave Porter, Jim Myers, Bill Edinger, Mark Putnam, Ed Sharp, Debra Rodebaugh, Terri Hurley, Allison Strong, Linda Coventry, Linda Bine, Sue Cross, Jeanette Neeper. Fifth, Mrs. Louis Davis, Jim Young, Larry Clausius, Denny Spaulding, Tom Zechman, Bob Sturtz, Brent Bissell, Richard Drols- hagen, Ted Porter, Steve Spaulding, Lee Ravenscroft, Ken Kranz, Brack Schertzer, Tom Grubs, Mark Brun- ner, Randy Colgan, Joe Getzinger, Gary Krichbaum, Ed Pascoe, Stan Stenger, Bob Kern, Ray Graumlich, David Smith, Todd Thomas, Brian Bailey, Mr. Davis. 153 ophomores develop talent for future work in a cappella Harmonizing efforts and talent, the sophomore choir, directed by Mr. Louis Davis, blended in- dividual voices to produce a total sound. Pre- cision was the keynote in the Christmas and spring programs, when the sophomore choir sang old folk tunes in addition to traditional religious numbers. Accompanied by Mlrs. Betty Davis, the choir sang over the public address system just prior to Christmas vacation. Kay Mosher, Monica Comstock, Suesy Kimble, Beth Walker, Karen Braidwood, Judy Romanoif, and Becky Young concentrate on the direction of their unseen conductor. Chuck Rahla and Kevin Ellis look to Mr. Davis for instruction. A cappella alto section serves as a model to emulate for the sophomore choir members. A cappella bass section srains to achieve perfect pitch. Sophomore Choir sy I 5 WH ? EM I OR Ffh , , ,S ., a X FN? er ,K -W J., The tenor section of the a cappella rounds out the harmony of choir. Bottom, Sue Miller, Linda Johnson, Delores Ulrich, Pam Byroade, Don Doxsee, Debbie JeEery, Kevin Barricklow, Kris Stichter. Second, Brad Grant, Jean Denman, Kathy Higgins, Jerry Donovan, Bob Levin, Bill McCann, Chuck Rahla, Miriam Simon, Dave Sass, Dan Czaja, Kevin Ellis, Jay Langenderfer. Third, Larry Pratt, Monica Comstock, Vickie Zeitner, Patti Paris, Cathy Washer, Judie Grinnell, Barb Shock, Carol Knapich, Patsy Hobbs, Ida Williams, Diane Wood, Barb Schladetsch, Pam Rodebaugh, Debbie Byroade, Melanie McDonald. Fourth, Pam Dorcas, Suesy Kimble, Judie Steele, Brenda Baughman, Debbie Benson, Judy Richards, Linda Ruse, Janis VanErt. Annette Wieczorek, Diane McCormick, JoAnn Hanson, Melba Favors, DaLee Rosenberger, Emily Eby, Natalie McBride. Fifth, Joyce Cooper, Becky Young, Randi Zinn, Michelle Alberti, Mary Ducy, Karen Braidwood, Lauren Boyles, Pam Szmania, Beth Walker, Connie Nealand, Kay Moesser. Mr. Davis, Director. Teen clubs strive for spirit of fellowship lisa il ,F 5? I . ,. . if or Mr. Mertz advises Tom Zechman during a Sophomore Hi-Y meeting. Aiiiliated with the Toledo YMCA, the Junior and Senior Hi-Y displayed interest in a wide range of sports. At the December meeting, a special movie was shown to the seniors on the highlights of football, a production filmed by the National Football League. Members parti- cipated in the traditional basketball intramurals which were sponsored by the area "Y." Mixing fellowship with sports the club enjoyed a swim- ming party in the latter part of the year. Christ- mas found both Hi-Y groups selling newspapers for the annual Old Newsboys' drive. I-Ii-Y if-f Q. ibn" W HfY'..i5 , '. E- -1- J . 1 'w il 5 5 Senior l'-Ii-Y, Mr. Johnston, adviser, Chris Metcalf, presi- dentg Jim Cook, vice presidentg Rob Fitzgerald, secre- tary-treasurer. fl, si ll sf? Q 3 . Sophomore Hi-Y, Randy Storer, treasurerg Curt Wil- liamson, secretaryg Tom Zechman, president. H H iw! Junior Teens, sitting, Cathie Parke, presidentg Mrs. Baird, adviser, Sue Cross, vice president. Standing, Wally Ducote, treasurerg Lynn Radabaugh, sergeant- at-armsg Linda Bine, secretary. Sophomore Teens, kneeling, Jill Surber, treasurerg Cathy Taylor, presidentg Karen Underhill, vice president. Sitting, Mrs. Powder, adviser, Carole Sandbrink, secre- tary. ' 157 Teens To provide services to needy people in the com- munity, two new clubs were formed this year. Sophomore Teens was organized under the lead- ership of Mrs. Nancy Powder, who chose mem- bers on the basis of essays written by the girls. Charitable efforts were displayed by the sopho- mores when they aided the patients at the state hospital. In addition the group sponsored a car wash in the spring. Junior Teens formed after breaking off from Sophomore-Y-Teens club, formerly associated with the YWCA. During Christmas, Junior Teens made and filled stock- ings for needy children and prepared food baskets. 255: w w 1 1 w A I me i M , Win?-'V-,-gg, W yi 5151 H iwigy, H Junior Hi-Y, top, Lee Ravenscroft, presidentg Glenn Lukacs, treasurerg Bob Crowther, vice presidentg Dave Kelly, secretaryg Vern Smith, chaplain. Standing, Mr. Carr, adviser. Girls participate in sports, earn points in AA Boasting over 300 members, the Girls Athletic Association ranked largest among the clubs at Sylvania. Girls were able to display their athletic abilities by participating in diverse intramural sports such as volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, softball, badminton, and folk dancing. Selling football and basketball programs, working on committees, and organizing Tag Day were other activities through which girls were able to earn points for a GAA letter, pin, or trophy. Girls wishing to promote intramurals and develop better skills and leadership in gymnastics could earn membership into GAA's elite group, Leaders Club. Requisites for junior or senior girls were 400 GAA points, a 2.3 grade average, and an A or B in physical education. ia FA NWI' as ' w l ,, ,.....,., . T. iii? 5 if-15 rv-an 2 ? wh I I I sr ..., Z . -a:s:s,g:V,:'5 " Fu, Q A ply il f, - ng. s :Dil By participating in intramurals, Gail Lower, Lisa Graumlich, Sara Cross, Linda Robison, Patti Paris, and Karen Underhill earn' GAA points. pr, GAA 158 Sitting, Cindy Sigler, program chairmang Linda Greiner, program chairman, Cheryl Bartels, vice presidentg Chris Dragg, presidentg Karen Kramer, secretaryg Rhoda Swartzberg, intra-mural chairmang Ann Fisher, intra- mural chairrnang Standing, Miss Jane Grastorf, adviser. Left, Miss Grastorf signals the end of an intramural volleyball game. V , F' ' 1 - ,- .. .,, 1 NEC'- W I ,W . , .- zJ,53f"'A - f -' - ff - 'J ...,.1-f?f"' 3 5 N Bottom row, Eunice White, vice presidentg Linda Vick- ery, Beatrice Jones, Jane Crandall, secretary. Second, Carolyn Kalmbach, Debbie Rodebaugh, Chris Dragg. Third, Jean Neeper, Pam Smith, president. Standing, Miss Grastorf, adviser. After winning an intramural volleyball game, Jini Miller and teammates relax. 159 Leaders Lettermen in all sports join to form Varsity 'S' Varsity "S," a service club, was organized to promote school athletics. For eligibility, a boy must have earned a varsity letter and had to continue participation in a sport to retain this membership. The boys made contributions for athletic equipment, purchased the outstanding sportsman plaque, sponsored an after-the-game dance, and arranged an annual party in january. Bottom, Steve King, secretary, Terry Zeitner, Greg Leitner, Dave Linn, Rob Fitzgerald, president, Don Taylor, vice president. Second, Tom Smeed, Terry Barber, Bill Edinger, Dick Anthony, Sam Mooney, Brad Jennings, Rog Barrow, Gene Pease. Third, Gary Blake- man, Chris Metcalf, treasurer, Jamille Simon, Ed Bon- kowski, Nick Tokles, Lucky Elden, Rick Edelen, Mike Bower, Jim Cook, Dave Ellis. Fourth, Randy Storer, 160 Bob Crowther, jim Murphey, Randy Shonk, Ray Black- ford, Fred Czaja, Mike Sullivan, Ed Sharp, Terry Deye, Dave Goldberg, Rick Hill, Russ Harrod, John Lowe. Fifth, Mr. Sweebe, Gene Bish, Steve Risher, Dave Browning, Jim Peters, Richard Ruch, Bruce BischoE, Chuck Wiltse, Brian Bailey, jeff Crandell, I.ee Ravens- croft, Dave Betz, Gary EH, A1 Borsos, Steve Kretz, Pete Zvara, Randy Smith. 1 SPORTS t I XXX-J iiiwf, 4 -5' ' 162 ' Y-Rf , - - 1 11,,1,jqQ,m1' 11 11.,,111. m3232111111111.111gg2gw,,,, Nik, 1113- -- . 11:17 W 152,11 - J- , 1 -' 11 ef? . 11 41,5 8 " WE'-1.11 1 1 , 21,5195 11 1211 '11,,11 111 1111111.1.311 1 1 11 111 , 111'11111111111,111,111 ' ,QE 111 111m111 '53'iEi5EE!5iXi5xr. ,,,,,,?i,, Q11 miikiisi ,YQMM 11 - , 53351111 11,,W51'1 '1.EfifZg,,,i1gii?5Q f11fg1g5g f 11,1 H 11 1 . : ,Q 1 11 ,1 , , 1 1 12,111 111- 1 A11 .3111 1 'H' P-JN1 ,",". 11,11 1 gg 11 111,111,1,E, , 1 1 1 11 11 W, ,1 131,11,111,1H1111H1 iff . , 'fiQii,,,"' 1 ,iz ,513 ,111 'W - Q, 11 1 . 111MszQ11,,1111 4115351.11 , 11"11?,fg11 11' "111"111Hf11?ej34es5 " 1 . , ' 1 Vfef' 1,,1.:i1, 11 ,Q 1, , -1:fg.1:5'1,1'1 1-,vw j -'f Miliu' 1 111' 1 111' . 11 11 111 11 11 , 111111111111 ,, , 11 11,,11,1 11 1i1,gig-3 '1 , 1'1' wwf" 1111111 15531, ' 521,111 - ' 1 1 1 " 111 .1 11 1 1, 11 11 fl.. Fleet trackmen set winner's pace in all events Under the direction of Coach Mike Craden, the 1967 Sylvania track team obtained an overall record of eight wins and three losses. Elected by the team at the beginning of the year as co- captains were '67 graduates Mitch Kingsley and john Hanson. Of the six new records, Kingsley set two with a time of 4:29.7 for the mile and 9:40.2 for the two-mile run. One of the many highlights of this year was the winning of the Defiance College Alumni Relays. ,H I-ii?-'-r g.'.L,J fbilllfiilfi Lax 1? 'Z Aiexifkf . -fi",-'fx af- r-Ji '67 graduate Scott Hall, left, runs neck-and-neck with senior Chris Jackson, right. I Bottom row, Coach Mike Craden, Dick Dombrose, John Savory, Mitch Kingsley, john Hanson, Scott Hall, Mike McLennan, Dave Bell, Brian Michael, John Glase, Fred Sharp, Coach, George Tombaugh. Second, Tom Smeed, John Lowe, Ken Baum, Steve Kretz, Dave Browning, Rob Fitzgerald, Gary Elf, Chris Metcalf, Alan Borsos, 164 John Laman, Chris Jackson. Third, Don Keller, Paul Kahn, Bill Weiss, Tom Santelli, Craig Root, Bill Bloomer, Randy Smith, Lucky Elden, Mike McCann, Wayne Hess, Jim Smith. Fourth, Steve King, Roger Whitehill, Mike Grodi, Dave Ellis, Lee Ravenscroft, Ted Porter, Paul Benton, and Steve Anneshensley. The first two runners, graduate Dave Bell and senior Bill Bloomer make a quick dash from the starting blocks. Sylvania 84 Montpelier 43 Sylvania 75 Bedford 52 Sylvania 77 Clay 50 Sylvania 67M St. Francis 59W Sylvania 63 Whitmer 64 Sylvania 61M Maumee 68M Sylvania 61W Cardinal Stritch 29 Sylvania 59 Rogers 68 Sylvania 110 Ottawa Hills 17 Sylvania 65 St. John's 62 Sylvania 83 Central 44 New Track Records 2-mile run 9:40.2 Mitch Kingsley Mile-run 4:29.7 Mitch Kingsley 180-yard low hurdles 21.5 Scott Hall 120-yard high hurdles 15.5 Scott Hall Mile Relay 3:34 John Hanson Dave Bell Brian Michael John Lowe Discus 137'8M" John Savory Above, graduates Mike McLennan and Scott Hall make a frantic leap during track practice. Left, junior Ken Baum shows his form in running low hurdles. olfers 7 conquer links, gain GLL title Follow through form of a tee shot is shown by '67 graduate Bill Dobbins. Once again the Sylvania golf team wrapped up the year in the number one spot in the GLI.. Spearheadecl by the playing of '67 graduate Bill Dobbins and junior Jerry Corliss, the team obtained an overall record of 11-3-1. As a high- light of the '67 season, the Wildcat golf team conquered other area teams to capture the GLI. tournament. Before sending it on its own course, '67 graduate Jim Lewan addresses the ball. Junior Jerry Corliss studies his fairway shot. Kneeling, Tom Phillips, Steve Graham, Jerry Corliss, Gary Clemons. Standing, Brad Jennings, Bruce Achen- bach, jim Lewan, Kenneth Brown, Tom Stebbins, Bill Dobbins, Tom Brown, Coach Tom Gillooly. Sylvania 10 DeVilbiss Sylvania 13M Clay Sylvania 15 M St. Francis Sylvania 19 Bowsher Sylvania 9 Ottawa Hills Sylvania SM Rogers Sylvania 10M Whitmer Sylvania 17 Port Clinton Sylvania 16M Bedford Sylvania 16 Rogers Sylvania 15 DeVilbiss Sylvania 11 Whitmer Sylvania Won GLL Sylvania ZW Ottawa Hills Sylvania 11M Bowling G. Sylvania 13 Bedford , Q 9 51242 3Vz 0 10 IOM SM 2 2142 3 4 8 16M 7126 6 Putting is where one saves strokes as confirmed by Gary Clemons, a '67 graduate. H N ,?SE??!!!5 W.. . - is S e ' ..: 1,1411 11 1 5w'git if "' , ' ' ummww mu . my ,, 'W 1 lu e n Y Liigffii 11 Y - i 1aQf3i'.,I 4 Yhgwi . 'inner 'B A, , ' 'iris A ' .ai-sgiaf.mgQ,1",,,', t t, 1 GE ' Q i 1 12 Jerry Corliss lofts the ball toward the Hag. Netmen ace opponents for GLL champ1onsh1p Sylvamas netmen came through wrth an out stand1ng year ln 1967 Under the superv1s1on of coach john Petterson they obtamed an over all record of 12 wms and 2 losses and went un defeated 1n the GLL Senror Brxan Ba11ey was the Sylvama team champ1on 1n smgles com petmon and graduate Paul Cook and jumor Rxck Edelen held the honors ln doubles Swim Sennor Brxan Baxley serves an overhead spmner to one of h1s many opponents Brian Balley stretches to return an offensive smash to h1S challenger 168 - - Sylvama Sylvama Sylvama Sylvanla Sylvama Sylvama Sylvama Sylvama Sylvarua Sylvama Sylvama Sylvama Sylvama Sylvama Ottawa H111s C ay Rogers Maumee Valley Wh1tmer Fostorxa Start DeV1lb1SS Bowsher Rogers Clay Maumee Wh1nner D6V1lb1SS f-sg-T" I 7 +5-ant , ' , V ' ll-5 Y A . H o A 1 , A ' " , '.',.wj, Q Q ' 1 ' ff: v ' A , , , rl' u W1 K - , I . . . .9 ' . . . w J - w, w N Wm me llfw ,,,, A'g.:,:'.,-1 Tiny' 5:13 H Y 9 " "M ' ft Y rm.. 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Diamondmen sock home victories for GLL title '67 graduate Paul Haase hurled the Wildcats to a 16-7 season. Junior Dennis Raszka helped both the J.V. and the varsity pitching staff. Winning six in a row before dropping a 2-1 decision to St. Francis, Sy1vania's varsity base- ball team started in a blaze of glory. After a mid-season slump, Sylvania reeled off nine wins in their last ten games including a 5-2 victory over Rogers which tied the Cats with Bedford for the GLL crown. Sylvania was knocked off in the first game of the Sectional Tournament by Woodward. In hitting, Greg Plant led the team batting at a .409 clip which gained him a berth on the A11-State team. Paul Haase and Dave Ringle added extra power. Ed Bonkowski supplied timely hits in his pinch-hitting role. Senior Ed Bonkowski hustles to catch a foul tip. l i':V iX"t7iu,',,' i " i . .-V W I I Seated, from left: manager Bob Campbell, Dennis Coach Larry Morrison, Rick Ruch, Bill Edinger, Terry Raszka, Gary Barcus, Don Ammons, Greg Plant, Dave Barber, Bill Dickson, Jeff Chandler, Chris Mee, Pete Ringle, Bob Rohweder, Ed Bonkowski, George France, Zvara. Paul Haase, manager Glen Lukacs. Standing, from left: '67 graduate Don Ammons rounds first while keeping close tabs on the ball. Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Bowsher DeVilbiss Cardinal Stritch Scott Rogers Bedford St. Francis Woodward Anthony Wayne Ottawa Hills Whitmer Bowling Green Maumee Clay Bowling Green Whitmer Bedford Rogers Piqua Piqua Findlay Findlay ridstars win victories for SHS Top right, head coach Wayne Mauk listens to the spotter's report while intently watching the game. Center, Coach Hickman shouts instructions to players during the course of a game. Bottom, trainer Ron Wallace takes his turn at the earphones. Above, junior John Lowe, center, fights to gain ground as seniors Gary Blakeman, left, and Dick Anthony assist. it - 1-.. 3 if, Il. -AV 1-, , .2 V ef- i . .--c xi. if. Bottom, Mr. Herb Sweebe, defensive coachg Dave Linn, Dick Anthony, William Edinger, Pete Zvara, Alan Borsos, Hank Canham, Sam Mooney, Rob Fitzgerald, Mr. Wayne Mauk, head coach. Second, Mr. Charles Hickman, backfield coachg Terry Barber, Bob Meisner, Dave Humphrey, Russ- Harrod, Todd Thomas, Jamille Simon, Mike Bower, Bob Campbell, John Lowe, Mr. 172 Ron Wallace, trainer. Third, Jim Gawrych, student trainerg Gary Blakeman, Bruce Tuttle, Larry Gomoll, Mark Putnam, Nick Tokles, Ed Sharp, Dave Harris, Jim Murphey, Steve Lewan, Terry Sharp, statistician. Fourth, jim Peters, Darrel Kamer, Vern Smith, Jim Phipps, Chuck Wiltse, Steve Kretz, Gene Bish, Rick Hill, Denny Dietrich, Randy Shonk. Senior Alan Borsos lowers his head as he loses a perturbed opponent. Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania DeVi1biss Port Clinton Rogers Bedford Cardinal Stritch Clay Fostoria Bowling Green Whitmer Maumee Above, the varsity team enters upon the field after their introduction. Left, Senior quarterback Rob Fitzgerald aims the ball towards one of the Wildcat's hopful receivers. 173 Best season in 7 years results from practice Above right, junior Bill Edinger, followed by senior Dick Anthony, charges into a wall of defensive players. Right, senior Linemen Pete Zvara and Rick Hill prove to Anthony that practice can be as rough as the game. Above, Rob Fitzgerald gives instructions to players during a game. Right, co-captains Zvara and Alan Borsos stop a rushing lineman. 174 In mid-August, three weeks before the iirst game, the Sylvania Wildcat football team started train- ing drills. Scrimmages with Libbey, Rossford, and Macomber marked the pre-season practices. After their opening game with DeVi1biss, the Cats defeated Port Clinton. The season was high- lighted by a 28-22 homecoming win over the previously undefeated Cardinal Stritch and vic- tories in three of the final four games. The season record of 5-4-1 was the best since 1960. Co-captains Alan Borsos and Pete Zvara helped to spur the Wildcats to a winning season both defensively and offensively. In late November it was announced that three Wildcats placed on the All-Great Lakes League team. Seniors Alan Bor- sos, Dave Linn, and Rick Hill honored the Cats on the first unit. Linn also received honorable mention All-Northern Ohio. Rob Fitzgerald listens to instructions from Coach Mauk as Alan Borsos and Jim Gawrych, student trainer, watch the game. The team waits in silence during the moments before the game. 175 Kittens develop agilit through te am W o rk A host of Kittens run to the aid of their fellow players. ial6i i J' 'i.w - Q4 . x ulntQ ' H540-limba . 17,16 1 I H rv Q , l .1-, 3 , K .Q IA. The junior varsity players get set in anticipation of the snap. Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Port Clinton Rogers Bedford DeVilbiss Clay Fostoria Bowling Green Whitmer Sophomore Tom Browning tries to elude the opposition with quick moves and speed. 176 ,526 link' i,Q,ili1rA-ev ,uh i. ., I cg sophomore players during practice. - fl 5 ,LS '?Q1QiU Q cf W ,, K, , ,gp R , , 1 1, ' 'frrtr Bottom row from left, Randy Brown, Jeff Glase, Rob Hepler, Tom Parseghian, Bob Schwartz, Don Lowe, Tom Browning, Craig England, Art Lewis, Howard Kessler, manager. Second row, Coach Alan Voggen- thaler, Randy Baumgartner, Scott Eberle, Doug Blake- man, Bradford Block, john Hall, Jim Fisher, David Feeback, Mike Deimer, Jay Langenderfer, Coach Ted Dennison. Third row, Phil Benner, Jelf Haughey, Rich- ard Miller, Tom Zechman, Steve Judd, Ralph Stewart, Greg Radzinski, Larry Erbskorn, Steve Risher, and Pat Sullivan. - e1l-. mv..-.. a. punt return. my --H., We .,.. Coach Ted Dennison gives his valuable criticism to the Sophomore Art Lewis prepares to make a block during Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania 15 Fostoria 50 29 Lima Shawnee 26 15 Bowling Green 50 15 Port Clinton 50 26 Bedford 29 15 Clay 50 15 Whitmer 50 15 - Defiance 1 46 15 Rogers 48 Harriers' speed earns second in GLL .yr 'zcz .A n . f Ji' f2:L'V E1 "a- J - i'-- 'ff' . , -- M I Q . - 1 I ,, . ' 1 - V1 , l 5 1, 1 , - , . J. v., 1,4 ff Ta Above, approaching the finish line, iunior Tom Smeed stretches his lead. Left, sophomore David Goldberg runs down a hill in pursuit of his unseen opponents. Below, Smeed takes an early lead in' one of the harriers' final meets. 178 graft Mgr:-ing ,su , ' VW. 1 .1 ,' Jvwwyi Q ""' gkixr I 'ff N Y , ' Q' Since its first season, four years ago, Sylvaniais varsity and junior varsity cross country teams have remained undefeated in Great Lakes League competition. This year, Mr. George Tombaugh stepped into the coaching position and proved his merit by successfully upholding the team's winning tradition. Raising team spirit and drive became the job of senior co-captains Rick Ruch and Chris Metcalf. The team placed fourth in the district and qualified for the regional meet, in which they placed eighth. Junior Tom Smeed obtained a position on the GLL team, while junior Randy Smith, senior Brack Schertzer, and sophomore David Goldberg captured berths on the second squad of the All-League team. j jg- 4-,,,5.,, ,' , ,LN - , ,V .M-, if - 1-4 , -. 1. , . 91. ' Lf! - ,M 1: I, Qhm Bottom, Coach George Tombaugh, Brack Schertzer, Bill Weiss, George France, Rich Ruch, Earl Keefer, Randy Smith, Dave Betz. Second, Dan Smith, David Goldberg, Gary Kahn, Tom Smeed, Don McIntyre, Tom Q X r Miller, Dave Ellis. Third, Tom Sussman, Jim Cooke, Randy Storer, Terry Deye, Steve Risher, Mark Wein- stein, Curr Willian1son, Scott Freeborn. 1 79 Senior Brack Schertzer nears the finish line only a few strides ahead of one of the St. Francis runners Wildcats cop first GLL title N in 12 years sssss1 s s s r f ,f W ,Q -vis. ,W ,Nm r 4.-I' ,lf Right, junior Bob Crowther shoots a foul shot from the 2 free-throw line. Below right, junior Gary Barcus an- .. . ticipates a rebound as junior Lee Ravenscroft moves into L position. Above, Barcus pulls down a rebound as sophomore Bob Conroy looks on. Right, Conroy trails a speedy Ram toward the basket. 180 . .ill Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Crowther makes a layup as two Rogers players stand Sylvania watching. Sylvania Blissfield Rogers Whitmer Woodward Clay Scott Port Clinton Libbey Scott Bedford Fostoria Whitmer Clay Rogers Port Clinton Akron Springfield Bedford Fostoria Se ctiomzls Rogers Varsity, bottom left, Larry Roby, Greg Grant, Chet Ravenscroft. Second, Steve Schneider, manager, Coach Roby, Richard Ruch, Bob Conroy, Jerry Wamsher, Gary Tom Kochenclorfer, Coach Jim McDonald, Denny Neal Kahn, Bob Crowther, Ted Porter, Gary Barcus, Lee land, manager. 181 Cager champs exhibit skills in y games Right, junior Bob Crowther tries to steal the ball from a Rogers Ram. Below, players display good sportsman- ship in the circle before the opening jump. Above, Coach McDonald sits calmly watching the moves of his players. Right, junior Lee Ravenscroft shoots over the obiections of two opposing members. 182 . 01 .- , Above, junior Gary Barcus, all alone, attempts a jump shot. Below, Ravenscroft stuffs a shooting opponent. if . 19" f , A Ravenscroft and Crowther double team a fast breaking Ram. 1 An 8-2 league record and a 12-6 overall brought the 1967-68 Sylvania varsity basketball team the Great Lakes League Crown. This was the first time since 1955 that Sylvania won the GLL title. In their first game pf the Sectional tournament at Whitmer, the Cats ended their season by losing to Rogers, 60-33. Coached by Mr. james Mc- Donald, who had his fifth straight winning season, and ralhd on by co-captains senior Larry Roby and junior Bob Crowther, the team lost only two games in League competition. With this year's team composed of only two seniors, Syl- vania was considered 'a "kiddie" team by the Toledo Blade.-Six juniors and two sophomores will return next year out of the 10-man squad. 185 - Kittens follow varsity record to Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania Sylvania league crown Blisslield Rogers Whitmer Woodward Clay Scott Port Clinton Bedford Fostoria Whitmer Clay Rogers Port Clinton Akron Springfield Bedford Fostoria Junior varsity player, sophomore Terry Deye, tries to block the shot of a Rogers player. Junior Varsity, bottom left, Coach Tom Kochendorfer, Zechman, Geoifrey Grant, Tom Tyler, Terry Deye, Jim Chuck Schafstall, manager. Second, Tom Browning, Tom Peters, Jim Murphey, Denny Spaulding, jim Fisher. Benner, Pat Sullivan, Roger Baker, Rob Hepler, Tom 184 Junior varsity and sophomore teams, the backing of the varsity, provide the needed experience for the players before they enter varsity competition. The JV's, under the coaching of Mr. Tom Kochendorfer, finished first in the Great Lakes League with a league record of 8-2 and an overall one of 11-5. The sophomore team went un- defeated. Mr. Charles Hickmarfs coaching helped to bring the sophomores their 11 wins in non- league competition. Sylvania Bowling Green Sylvania Bedford Sylvania Lake Sylvania Anthony Wayne Sylvania Divine Word Sylvania Bowling Green Sylvania Bedford Sylvania Anthony Wayne Sylvania Divine Word Sylvania Lake Sylvania Clay Sophomore team, bottom left, Bill McCann, Dan Boeka, Mike Stark, Scott Smythe, Ron Zunk, Gerald Mars. Second, Coach Charles Hickman, Dwight Jeffrey, Randy Storer, jeff Haughey, Tom Paul, Bob Leventry, Don Lino, Chip Parmelee. Third, Hal Frutiger, Bob Poole, Art Lewis, John Hall, Jeff Glase, Mike Savidge, Dale Augsburger. ' Scott Smythe, a sophomore team member, makes a shot over two Clay Eagles. 185 rapplers grab first place in GLL tourney Right, senior captain Greg Leitner, left, shows good defensive form. Below Hght, in order to achieve a take- down, senior Mike Sullivan whizzers his adversary to the mat. Sylvania 2 1 Northwood 24 Sylvania 24 Bedford 18 Sylvania 30 Cardinal Stritch ll Sylvania 36 Bowling Green 3 Sylvania 32 Clay 13 Sylvania 19 Whitmer 2 1 Sylvania 32 Port Clinton 10 Sylvania 20 Macomber 24 Sylvania 33 Fostoria 8 Won GLL at Bedford with 99 points 3 or 3 vs: I V , I , . in .F L '41, , '?4f"l"4bl Tru 1 QI I iw Y ,351 Tia ii- in " .aiu Y -1' -i , 3' 'KV From left, Coach Alan Voggenthaler, Don Taylor, Steve Leitner, Todd Thomas, Dave Browning, Craig Eng Weiss, Mike Sullivan, Fred Czaja, Ray Blackford, Greg land, Randy Shonk, Vern Smith. 186 I al, 1 l Junior varsity wrestlers, kneeling, lefty Tom Holmes, john Rentner, Bill Ellis, Scott Eberle, Randy Baumgart- ner. Standing, Coach Ludgate, Eric johanssen, Kevin Risher, Lloyd Sengstock, Scott Midgley, john Apple, Ieif Bloomer. , . ,,,. , W , , , ,M .V U Sylvania's varsity wrestling team ended its league season with a 7-2 win-loss record. The team placed sixth out of 16 teams at the Whitmer Invi- tational, December 27-28, and first at the Great Lakes League tournament at Bedford, February 1-2, with all Sylvania wrestlers placing in their weight classes. Coached by Mr. Alan Voggen- thaler and Mr. jay Ludgate, and inspired by senior team captain Greg Leitner, the varsity had its most successful season in recent years. An 8-1 win-loss record was posted by the junior var- sity, bettering last year's 8-2 record. Left, Dave Browning applies pressure to a switch to gain two points over his Clay opponent. Below, stymied into a pinning position with a double arm bar by senior Don Taylor, a Clay Eagle fights off his back. Below left, junior Fred Czaja throws his legs in, prepar- ing to administer a guillotine. .. J . - Z .., if Q ' , Q,r,'-Q52 ' .3" .1.a' Z ,. p . Q Ma-Q1 'H ,if " n "" L, -,.fi.g Fl H me ew Cheerleaders boost enthusiasm, spirit for ildcat games , il Rigbtavarsity cheerleaders perform a cheer during a A pause in one of the basketball games. . ia! .ur , , ia, in . if F QW? 'E IP. 5? ' EQ- J Q22 ,f I, 9 , s . V .X 5 ,fig W W 41 ., -s , f new f ' ,, , M, is D. ZEZ lll ,. X , W L Z as 5 'Q M . g W V I , , , yy a y E -ee ,N ' ,. l af.. ,. 'sfjf?5'aM'i 6 1 1 g,5ge,gLgL1a.o" ' 1? 7- , r, 'L . 2' y f T- - 5 -: . , 5' V wk ,, L 3 1 ' ' '-J ,sl ,m,a:eo'.ie H ' YQ-:Se ' 1- fa , M -Y W x W' gp. l it g il u, A w ,, , Lig,i N ft -'Egg ' -I , m H, .5 .. L' 1 Y- e,.b.-me - .1 1 'P f l V Ii.i'f.yI3-'rs , 5:5' 'THQ " " EW s-wv"'- ' V- , ' 'l5,,::2 Lv L -y V Ii- G 1 ' ,fin iw M fi-,,.-f ,J M, jar ' " , C wwf lf-Il .. , wi , ., . Y .y 1 , W 4 Q- D' gli 3'?'::hf' M l lm AE M gain? ' . ' V 'Nga' 3? Q if f ,l i i 1 1 iff 55532 5- -I - U H f l -- H ' Nl aa Above left, kneeling, Sally Eickholt, Cheryl Bartels. Standing, Carol Smith and Michele Thorpe make up , the senior portion of the varsity cheerleading squad. -jg Above right, junior Debbie Srnothers added spirit at I .A X football games in her role as Sylvania's mascot. Right, H Z' juniors on the varsity squad were, kneeling, Sue Tilft, ' , .I . standing, Terry McSor1ey, Julie Erkert, and Jan Crum. WE. 1 - X ,. 11 1, ,., 1l,f, e in b 2 g,,,,A.' , , e as ' 'Z " liz N - M 5.1 if KE 5 aiu' 2 iz i - l l- i e A - 1 , :.: -,Y 1. lg, N K f W I in :J w llll J: . ' , f' y . 5 I ' i 5 Y V? ' 1 -. :fain r .QM i ' If K iv 1 zzz Y A , I 2, 188 Above, Julie Erkert, Cheryl Bartels, and Sally Eickholt cheer from the sidelines during the course of play at a Sylvania-Rogers game. Left, seniors Cheryl Barrels and Sally Eickholt watch in silence during the tense minutes of a basketball game. iff., ,i 5 , Cheerleaders helped to promote both good feel- ings and Sylvania spirit at the sports events this year. Mrs. Sharon Gilchrist helped to guide the eight varsity and seven junior varsity cheer- leaders throughout the season. The cheerleaders are selected every spring by the teachers and the coaches on the basis of poise, appearance, and cheering ability. Besides cheering at games, they added support at pep assemblies, helped to make posters, and participated in the Athletic Tag Day. ff' " ef -V e ,V ,7 - we ' " M - c ' N 'W A, - 1--eww' S--... Av- , - -, I 1 cheerleaders lead the student body at halftime rw si 189 Abo-ue, junior varsity cheerleaders, from left, jill Chris topher, Jini Miller, Linda Knepper, Cindy Ling Debbie Eckel, Rosemary Baumgartner, and Cindi Cashen Left combining cheering with acrobatics, the junior varsity Athletic program offers intramural activities Right, Lynda Jacobs, Linda Pohlman, Pam Rodebaugh, and Sarah White do exercises which are part of both boys and girls gym classes. .xx Intramural basketball is part of a Saturday for these boys and many others. 190 l I Junior Terri Pennypacker helps in refereeing intramui al volleyball. For the first time since 1965, a boys' intramural schedule was Worked out. With ten teams com- peting on Saturday mornings, referees were chosen from teams not playing at the time. The Girls' Athletic Association played basketball, too, and while it was initiated by Miss jane Grastorf, the project was organized by the girls. Tuesday after school was set aside for this sport in addition to intramural volleyball, which the girls also ser up. Above, intramural basketball is just as much a sport for girls as it is for boys. Below, junior Debbie Smothers watches as classmate Jini Miller returns a serve. Junior Debbie Rodebaugh makes final preparations be- fore joining a volleyball game. Sportsminded students relax, compete Right, junior Denny Dietrich, junior Hank Silvermann, senior Brack Schertzer, and junior Ron Comstock wait to make a rebound. Above, junior Robbie Ravin shoots a foul shot during Saturday morning intramural action. Right, junior Diane Morrissey returns a volley during a heated game. 192 F 4 V V i STUDENT LIFE iiY ft- -5 X 'ffm 5 x N. is -X. ou h America sends Leonor, Karin in exchange programs Q1 'if' ii. 5 ze Ee yr. has sl Aw if i N 2,3 ,J za. oi. F, if wgxax, gg... WW.. Qi E X at an ,, . sss ' sl Q Q' , , V zzz 3 Halma QE., N ' 5 QQ iw ,K 9 xiii" ,, W ur 11 ll' 5 w W 'a Q :rua gy, V gl? W as v w-E Yi rr nf En wry H, L J, i nnaa it ii wen M is M' H if awe ww warg: W1 we f . 1 VH iw 5- e xi Q f M we wfme, i ness: 4 ' .H S f ss i' u gi H ii lil -- ' M 21 1 - , L N" iw mm E My is F ffeef wx :He -A 22 Largs wmifw Nimw 53353 3 w ... mimi Ties were formed between countries as two young South American girls attended Sylvania. In September Leonor Ortiz sparked the new school year, coming under the American Field Service exchange program. Living at the home of Bonnie Braeutigam, she spent the full year at Sylvania. At the semester break, Karin Sievers, arriving from Chile, joined the student body. A representative of the Youth for Under- standing exchange program, Karin lived with Judy Maedel, bringing with her the mariachi beat of the South Americans. Both Karin and Leonor gave SHS students a wider knowledge of their exciting culture. 196 Left, Karin Sievers casts a charming smile which won the hearts of Sylvania. Middle left, Leonor chuckles over her copy of the Student Prints. Middle right, Leonor discovers something new-snow! Bottom, Ray Graumlich, Sally Eickholt, Debbie Fetters, Judy Maedel, and Sue Hawkins lend an attentive ear to speakers at the AFS dinner. P4391 L 1 P . L fm 26 ".'f?fgy"'1 ,H fe ' , is n. , 5? i "iw sag: c5Fi,,?'!l'QH ,- 531- ' 197 nified devotion surmounts tension of '67 homecoming Right, senior Diane Reineck adds tissue paper to a structure of the homecoming float. Below, senior Jill Forbis labors over a sign to promote spirit for the Cardinal Stritch game. ge H. 'ee A L E "2 'lf' HQ. ii 1 ie ii M Le ,gin , m Q, M gg 1 i ' "' it V L M Below, the senior sponsored bonfire kindled much excite- ment for the homecoming game. junior varsity cheerleaders Linda Knepper, Cindy Cashen, and jini Miller lead cheers for Sylvania. 1'.:.L,3:.L..-r-'- W -A - -V -Y Above, drill, drill, and more drill makes for excellent half-time band shows. I Below, Fred Weiss, flanked by senior classmates, shows thumbs up for Sylvania. gl -1-, 199 Sally blends regal touch into festivities Sally Eickholt reigns as queen of the 1967 Homecoming ceremony. Senior class president Dick Drolshagen awards Sally with a crown and a kiss, while Jay Glase and Jill Sweebe look on. The 1967 homecoming queen and her court sat on gigan- tic footballs to view the second half of the Cardinal Stritch-Sylvania game. The girls and their escorts, from left, are Linda Greiner and jim Cook, Patty Paul and Chris Metcalf, Queen Sally Eickholt and Steve King, Ann Fisher and Terry Roberts, and Cheryl Barrels and Jen' Crandell. Seniors worked under co-chairmen Sue Hawkins and Diane Reineck for several months to produce the miniature football field upon the float. Left, junior Ron Cavitt and seniors Laurie Long and Mary Riffe rest their aching feet during a lull in the music. Below left, dancers move to the soul sounds of "Baby Willy and the Fantasticksf' Below, Sally looks Back at Homecoming activities from her swing on the Oat. Working together, cooperative seniors spent several months in early autumn building the 1967 Homecoming float. The boys hammered and Wired to make the huge letters of SHS and the live gigantic footballs, While the girls stuffed tissue flowers into the chicken wire. Nearly everyone agreed that the work was worthwhile as they watched their float circle the field, carrying the queen and her court. Sylvania's 28-22 victory over Cardinal Stritch added to the spirited excitement that was in the air. But Homecoming did not end Friday night, for early Saturday morning, seniors met to com- plete decorations for the dance, "Touchdown at Twilight". The gym was transformed into a foot- ball field, and the decorated senior court was opened for everyone to catch a breath of air. Stars prove talent in 'Diar of Anne Frank' -ig, 'vm-'Gigli Emotional turmoils of wartime were revealed in the poignantly realistic play, Anne Frank: The Dairy of cz Young Girl. The plot was taken from the recorded thoughts of Anne Frank while she was in exile from the mainstream of society for two years during WW II. Suifering the ugliness of war, and the changeability of human com- passion, Anne Frank survived the congested secret annex in Amsterdam with her family and four other jews. Despite the Gestapo's discovery of the hiding fugitives, these people were re- newed with a brief light of inspiration, for finally the waiting had ended. V ,E X l Above left, Kathy Tropf illustrates the length of Peter's cat's whiskers. Above right, Becky Burkhart despairs over the dangerous situation of her family and friends. Left, Karen Newman assists Steve Witschen in manning the lights. Below, as Frank Johnson, Kathy Tropf, Becky Burkhart, and Randy Ade gather around the table, Marc Smythe and Pat Lucan iight over a coat. Jim Young and Darlene lviiller watch them quarrel. Top, Becky Burkhart unpacks the fami1y's few belong- ings as the rest of the group looks over their new attic hideout. Above left, Jim Young polishes his shoes while awaiting a visit from Anne. Above right, Anne's father, played by Randy Ade, leafs through the cher- ished diary on returning to their hideout after the war. 'THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK' The Cast Anne Frank ..... Peter VanDaan Mr. Frank . . . Mrs. Frank . . . Mr. VanDaan Mrs. VanDaan Mr. Dussel . . . Mr. Kraler . . . Margot Frank Miep ...,,.,. Backstage . . , .Kathy Tropf . , . .jim Young . . . .Randy Ade Becky Burkhart . .Marc Smythe , . , , .Pat Lucan .Frank Johnson .v...Dave Betz .Darlene Miller . .Lynn Hepler Student Director .4...,..... Debbie Rodebaugh Stage Manager .. 4.......,......... Fred Weiss Lights ........,. Sound ....,....,,,...,,. Costumes ..... Make-up , . . Props .... Tickets ,... Programs .... Steve Witschen, Dave Bennett .....,,..JohnWe1ls .. Debbie Zahn Annette Bodnar , .Ellen Rosenberger . . . . , . .Linda Bine , , . .Lori Singer Music, gaiety form 'A Winternight's Enchantment' The queen and her court radiate as they survey the "Winternight's Enchantment" created at the Junior Prom. From left, the court and their escorts are Terry McSorley and Terry Robertsg Carol Quinnell and Todd Thomasg queen julie Erkert and Bob Knowlesg Debbie Rodebaugh and Ed Sharpg and Sue Tift and Eric Johanssen. Delighted expectancy is reflected in the faces of Wally Ducote, Brian Achenbach, Steve Spaulding, and zkllison Strong as the queen is being announced. "Who is it? "Me?" an astonished Julie Erkert cries. 204 W lg junior class vice-president Hank Silverman confirms it with a crown and a quick kiss for the new royalty Sylvania juniors found their cafeteria trans- formed into a "Winternight's Enchantment," Saturday evening, December 2. Shiny stars sus- pended from the ceiling, pine trees, and large paper flowers lent to the atmosphereg these deco- rations coupled with the melodious strains of the Missing Links made for a most enjoyable evening. The queen was crowned at the stroke of ten. Following the coronation the couples returned to their dancing and munching on ,1 r delectables. Top, Rick Edelen and Maumee's Biz Kohler proceed through the mock tree doorway at the prom. Above left, Becky Holmes chats with Mike Firestone over a cup of punch. Above right, Dancers fall in to the syncopated pulse of the music. Left, Ray Blackford and Cathy Helpman sit this one out. 205 Students relax, converse, at earl morning breakfasts Right, Junior Dave Crandell, and middle, seniors Bill Bloomer, Chris Jackson, and Cliff Crego Wear faces of approval upon feasting at the magazine breakfast. Bot- tom, seniors, Kitte Ball, Sue Wicks, and Diane Urbanski discuss a vital issue over their breakfast. TW 5 S if aatt Ti, I f :E x as ,H l nnns all Q Twice this year, students flocked to the cafe- teria to enjoy the companionship of fellow stu- dents and a light breakfast of coffee, milk, and sweet rolls. The Magazine Breakfast, scheduled October 25, rewarded those students who sold S310 worth of magazines during one week of the two-week campaign. All DECA students, who were in charge of selling, attended the break- fast. The crowd ate more than anticipated, caus- ing the kitchen to run out of food. Students were served by the male members of the Sylvania faculty. The Senior Breakfast was observed shortly before the Christmas holidays., December 12. This marked the final Christmas at Sylvania for the Class of '68. Santa Claus made a visit and distributed candy canes to "deserving" seniors. Following tradition, the junior boys catered the affair. 206 -4-A F A, ,wel -5? A as ,g.f" Top left, Santa spreads good cheer among seniors. Middle left, juniors Dave Beveridge and, left, Hank Silverman wait on hungry upperclassmen. Above, the Christmas spirit seems alive in this long row of senior boys enjoying the annual breakfast spree. 207 Sounds of soul captivateg fashion ingenues appeal With a little bit of soul, several Sylvania students participated in bands during their spare time. Throughout the year, the musical groups were in demand for dances, opens, and private parties. The Glass City Combo, catering to the over-21 crowd, played at night clubs in the Toledo area such as the Beachwood and the Castaway as well as at private parties. Formerly known as the Rhythm Rockers, their sound ranged from the 'rock beat' to popular music. My Generation, a local rock band, played last summer at many of the tennis court dances, while the Harris Tweed, another rock 'n' roll band, was the choice of many school clubs who sponsored dances follow- ing home games. 208 Top, members of the Glass City Combo, from left, John Dawson, Dave Dallas, Terry Barber, and '67 graduate Tom Barber. Center, Harris Tweed members are Bob Alschbach, jim Cooke, Dick Anthony, Todd Thomas, Jim Murphey, and Scott Covrett. Above, are members of My Generation, Lucky Elden, Scott Midgley, Brian Seretsky, Phil Houtz, and '67 graduate Rob Jennings ,fi g " T,.313...Qj1L3"i F, .3 r ,H 1- rx' lj . - .4 . 1' K!-V it A Hair for fashion was developed among the members of Toledo Area Fashion Boards. After being selected following an audition in early spring, members enjoyed the latest make-up and styles. Such famous names as Bonnie-Bell and Yardley demonstrated the latest developments in make-up, while the newest styles were shown by well-known models from New York. Board members gained experience behind the scenes also as they worked and participated in fashion shows and beauty contests. Top left, sophomore Cathy Cook strikes a pose. Top 1-ight, are members of the Lamson Teen Board, seniors Cindy Kelly, left, and Ann Fisher, right, with DeeDee Boulton from the Lion Teen Board. Above, Lasalles is represented by their teen board members, from left, Carole Sandbrink, Vicki Tallman, Monica Comstock, Cathy Cook, Judi Welty, and Lorrie Oberlin. 209 Athletes ' demonstrate zest through hobbies Left, Cathie Parke, through meticulous grooming and Scamp while awaiting a class. Below, Debbie Young care, prepares her horse, Tally-Ho, for an afternoon guides Silver Dan over a five-foot fence and into the jaunt. Right, Linda Newton perfects her equitation on winner's circle at the annual Detroit Horse Show. 210 .f -bf' Left, Craig England displays his abilities in the self-de- fensive art of judo as he flips senior Tom Boeker. Below, Jim Baehren is off the block with a fast start while com- peting in a local swim meet. 5 V 4 i A ZW - , f . - Sa, 5, r i '. Left, Karen Kramer displays control and coordination while exercising on the uneven parallel bars. Randi Zinn, right, shows grace and poise during a ballet per- formance. iff .'J The thrill of perfect coordination and the ecstasy of a flawless performance are very rare. Pursuing these feelings in many ways, some Sylvania stu- dents tried for them through sports. Ballet, only a step from Sports, because it is an art of skill and knowledge, attracted many girls. After bend- ing and twirling their bodies these girls had a closer glimpse of how they could move with great beauty Boys turned to the Oriental cults, judo and karate, to increase their own power. In feelingevery muscle Hex, the boys built their self-confidence and gained a frightening knowl- edge of their own strength. The endurance of judo, and the grace of ballet are combined in gymnastics. Working out on parallel bars or leap- ing on trampolines, these acrobats strived for ex- cellence of form. In any sport where an absolute effort is necessary, the player is completely drained upon winning or losing. Swimming leaves even the winners gasping for air at the end of a meet. Horseback riding involves the same rewards as swimming - the feeling that every part of the body is working in one smooth movement. Enthusiasts frolic, intertwining skills, amusement . lit... , Above, juniors Dave Beveridge, John Lowe, and Torn Kalmbach prepare for a rousing afternoon of hockey. Below, seniors Bruce Bischoff, Chris Metcalf, Randy Colgan, and Jim Egnew tote their gear for a day on the hills. ,af UVU. ig, ':.' ' Hwy f I Q I -'ks , ." I 'WW ,,,3,f: .,,:U.If5q12?fi.,g?,-is gimp- ,su , ,,.H3Q?g ,- ., QUT. Above, Hans Schulmeyer looks expectantly toward a long run down the ski trails. Right, junior Carol Ek- strom utilizes a snowmobile, an up-and-coming winter attraction. 212 Above, Junior Kyle Bishop collects her equipment be- fore venturing onto the slopes. Below, julie Erkert, an advanced figure skater, demonstrates a well executed sit spin. Right, seniors Steve King and Dick Anthony emerge from the ice-ridden water after a frigid dive. . i Dressed in muiilers and bundled in their warmest clothes, SHS'ers ventured out into the frozen landscape. After racing on Hashing blades, hockey teams dispersed sustaining bumps and bruises. Other sport enthusiasts glided on frozen ponds or at indoor rinks, testing their skill on skates. While wearing rubber suits, the more thick-skinned boys dived into icy waters. The sensation of flying, coupled with the danger of broken bones, was encountered by many stu- dents as they confronted the slopes. On Week- ends, spill-prone novices flocked in increasing numbers to the popular near-by hills in Michigan. lg? ,il .m....w , aw , , are M., H gm vw M F ,ww N- A H e 'A 213 Chris, Cheryl chosen as Chief Wyan, Princess Dotte Chris Metcalf was selected as the 1968 Chief Wyan. His range of activities in athletics and student government helped to qualify him for this position. He joined various athletic teams including JV basketball and varsity track. As a senior Chris was chosen as co-captain of the cross country team by his teammates. Chris represent- ed his class all three years in Sylvania on Student Council and was named chairman of the organi- zations department while a senior. An active member of Hi-Y, he served that organization in the capacities of treasurer, secretary, and presi- dent, as a sophomore, junior, and senior, respec- tively. Chris also participated in I-Questers and was treasurer of Varsity US". Q., P N- 53555 w ,,,,,... , ij ' W t ,H Mp.. , 1 mg I 115221 , , j , 1 l ,. ,. wifi , ,N as if 1? , J' -- ' "il , .,. and a Drama Club and NFL member, Marc Smytbe participated in most of the A Thespian school plays and, as a senior, emceed the pep assemblies. Marc was co-editor of The .Student Prints and was initiated into Quill Bt Scroll. A National Merit Finalist, Bob Meeker belonged to NFL, Speech Club, I-Questers and National Honor Society. He was elected vice president of his junior class and the next year chaired the Student Council projects committee. Bob took part in Drama Club, a cappella choir, and Math Club. Bob Knowles began his political career as sophomore class vice president and was co-chairman of Student Council's organi- zations department. In his junior year, he was elected Council's vice president. This year he headed that group's elections committee and was active in the Toledo Area Student Council. ,...,,a- ,',, .:. in N V it ,sw - . . . ' A' I 4 it 'Q' , W-M .- N was Hi 1' N. ii 2 . N in - ii tg ig H .Q Sally Eiclelaolt rooted for Sylvania teams for three full years. Active in GAA and Camera Club, Sally was selected as a member of the junior prom court, and this year was chosen homecoming queen. She represented SI-IS on the Bowling Green scholarship team in Spanish, and later was initiated into National Honor Society and I-Questers. Another active cheer- leader, Carol Smith served on Student Council as a representative for two years and as treasurer the past year. She was intramural chairman of GAA and belonged to Camera Club and FTA. Linda G1'ei1zer added her talents to The Student Prints by acting as copy editor. She organized homecoming activities and merited a position on the homecoming court. Linda sang in the a cappella choir for two years and participated actively in Camera Club and GAA. asa, -51-4.::.a1ii 'V - if : Continuing an annual tradition at SHS, Cheryl "' 1 l 1 . L- Mm :H WS j 13 , . V w V1 Ai , :sail if i i 0 A i 1 Bfzrtels was elected Princess Dotte by the senior class. The activities which helped her to win this honor were distributed among a variety of or- ganizations within the school. Cheryl's spirited support of athletics earned her the position of cheerleader for all three years, and, while a senior, co-chairman of the homecoming bonfire and sportsmanship committee of Student Council. She was chosen junior prom queen and served as homecoming attendant this year. Her scholas- tic achievements earned her the privilege of membership in National Honor Society and I- Questers. Participation in a cappella choir, GAA, and Camera Club rounded out Cheryl's activities. Seniors earn scholarships, gain honor memberships 3 ', -i " I , . A ,... 5 ir.. is film it L Y -, E. , .,..., .. , ...Q H , , 'Sig . fn , erm, , su ,fm ,,,, , 1, An organization comprised of seniors who have obtained recognition for their scholarly accom- plishments, the Quiz Bowl team competes with other area high schools. The Quiz Bowl has its origin in the Toledo Area Student Council and is produced on television as a public service. Members were named on the basis of faculty recommendation. The adviser, Mr. William Holfinger, totaled the nominees for a final ap- pointment of its members and alternates. Students practiced two or three times per week after 4? Fe school, responding to questions submitted by themselves, past members, and teachers. The Quiz Bowl, appearing on WSPD-TV, defeated Ottawa Hills November 3 which qualified Syl- vania for a second appearance. On December 29 the team lost to Swanton. Quiz Bowl members and alternates standing above from left, John Wellsg Kathy Liden, alternate, Mark Brunnerg and adviser, Mr. Holfinger. Sitting, Larry Robyg Mike Collette, Marybeth Shaul, and Bob Meeker, alternates. H 1 ,,,. ,, L W in if --ri Wg - mu- F5 ,mi-.avi 33 Q -2 ,Q :, - ,,w"lJ , W we ' HE H' I:-.sv -A 'Hliiif' E . uf' - ' v -fl, Above, John Wells, Mike Collette, Marybeth Shaul, and Bob Meeker, National Merit semi-finalists, are caught in a moment of repose. Ron Sanderson was also a semi-finalist. Bottom: Smiling ttiumphantly are six satisfied scholarship winners. The recipients and their donors are, from left, Diane Travis-Ohio Northern and Muskingumg Cindy Kelly-Ohio Wesleyang Becky Rose--Mount Uniong Janet Shaner-Wittenberg and Carthageg Linda Sass--Adriang and Kathy Gould- Adrian. W Y 1 Qt -and E 1 J-'fe ' ll E H' Mfeatf ig ihoomf' mimi' T 4 '61 'X' N E e,tgmEll5Hfs" no S ,QW N. s-Qkglg-V '+lv! E 2 ,Y 5 Q "' 1 5 ee ft X H Wife,-il.ggoggQ'5.w,,"xwn eggs 217 Scholars promote ideals b devotion to excellence M i New l U, 'U S241 Y KJ' r qi hi Above right, meeting in the resource center, students enjoyed refreshments while waiting to meet the guest speakers. Above, during the morning reception, Mrs. Betty Follas pours coffee for guests. Right, a break in the assembly provided an opportunity for Diane Reineck to question Dr. Thomas Moore. '1"i ,.. 1735- ' Y -- ,rwqihg :if 1 H Offering science and math students a chance to meet authoritative speakers, I-Questers spon- sored its annual Science Symposium Wednesday, February 28. In addition to I-Quester members, interested students were invited to hear scientists from three colleges speak. A reception took place in the morning, followed by assemblies in the Little Theater. In the afternoon, specialized ses- sions in which students were permitted to ques- tion the speakers took place. Dr. Archie Solberg, from the University of Toledo, provided the in- troduction to the assembly. Dr. Thomas Moore, of the University of Michigan, spoke on cicadas. Also from Michigan, Dr. David Shappirio lec- tured on insects and hormones. Drs. John Mead- ors and Michael Rohovsky, from Ohio State University, spoke on lasers and germ-free ani- mals, respectively. Covering the topic of fruit flies, Dr, Irwin Oster, of Bowling Green State University, concluded the assembly. Left, Dr. John Meadors lectures on lasers at an after- noon assembly. Below left, Mr. Lewis Whitman, I- Quester adviser, chats with Dr. Irwin Oster of Bowling Green between sessions. Below, Dr. David Shappirio from the University of Michigan came to Sylvania to speak on insects and hormones. Bmw s fx eff f Wi swf: ww , , . van ZA W 5572? XX E .Id- QQ, ff- fimf W 33' ,Q J ar' 3,555,525 I wa? 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Your Friendly Ford Deoler" ,KF EHR' D 5 XC-ff 9d 'i ,, , sw rr H rr ru W rr rr w- rr rr ri rr S mm D ' r ' 6517 Monroe Street Sylvania, Ohio Office: 882-4028 Home: 882-2610 KENNEDY REALTY CO. DON KENNEDY, REALTOR Member Toledo Real Estate Board Suburban - Farms - City PO0LE'S PRINTING 81 OFFICE SERVICES, INC. Quality Service Offset Printing - Direct Mail Addressograph - Packaging Home - General Insurance W. H. CBILLJ POOLE 242-3841 5225 Silica Drive 1205 Champlain Street Toledo, Ohio Sylvania, Ohio IN THE coLoNY', Phone 474-0511 VALKER 3950 Monroe Street at West Central Avenue OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9, SATURDAY UNTIL 5:50 Russ Truman Invites You . . . . . . to Sample the "Goodies', At HICKORY FARMS stone 1021 North Reynolds Road 531-5351 225 MEDUSA PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY P. O. Box 310 Sylvania, Ohio MARIGARDE - SYLVANIA NURSING HOME 4111 Holland-Sylvania Road McGEE'S AUTOMOTIVE Complete Line of New or Rebuilt Parts 882-2087 882-8431 A d' d b h ' Gere lte y t e Jomt 5675 Main St. Sylvania, Ohio Commission on the Accreditation of Hospitals GO CHerry 1-2696 I 2826 Monroe Street A ll IN I1 IIUIIP raledmohao 43606 ...cws1ImL5uL M15 Raising! STAN'S BARBER SHOP AND BEE'S BEAUTY SHOP Specializing in all types of haircuts TINTS - RINSES - PERMANENT WAVES 5527 South Main 882-4507 . -Z, XY runnq - ' ' 1-' - . , X , -nic ia tgliip' ' L-EL - "Flea to F leegeris for your Needs" FLEEGERT HARDWARE APPuANcss BUILDING surruss 7828 WEST BANCROFT 0 TOLEDO, OHIO 43617 TELEPHONE: 841-5411 AC I4I9l PROFESSIONAL PATRONS DOORS . TRIM . PLYWOOD . FLOORING . LUMBER Burgess R. Bills, M.D. Don S. Corrigan, O.D. C. K. Hill, O.D. H. H. Hollinger, M.D. Charles N Moulopoul HARDWARE DMD. E N T N E R . os, Robert J. Oswald, O.D. Mef1B.smifh,M.D. I-UMBER8, SUPPLY C0 C. A. Tillman, M.D. Joseph B, Thornhill, D,D,S, 5537 Monroe Sfreel' 0 Sylvania, Ohio 0 882-7IbI CONGRATULATIONS FROM TO THE TFL 41 CLASS OF '68 Iunior Miss and Ladies VVear Ns. s th 'N' .W W il I A uburban look for Charm In 9 Clly I BISCHOFFS FOOD CENTER, INC. -' A ' . O!! QflfZ1"! cflfla Uflszi alfaiz :Style ZQCGJCJEIHH, Una. IBI4 JEFFERSON AvENuE I 1, 'rnuzou 2, nr-un 2940 Sylvania Ave., Corner of Elmhursl A: PM :susan 4-4651 F Open Daily 9 A.M. 'lo 9 P.M. ',l1g1g',g2:gfj 4 if A CUMPLETE SCHDDL UF DUSMETULIJGY Closed Sundays . LV 5 a h, Ki - nwluxg-KMRNING worId's largest producer I-111 B of libI"0US QIBSS and fibrous glass products 225 CHANDLER ACE HARDWARE Our 78th year in business "We believe in Sylvania" CHARLES GARDEN INN STEAK HOUSE 5290 Monroe Street Toledo, Ohio 43623 882-2438 A NAME TO REMEMBER IN TIME OF NEED IIIUKTUHILY Two Locations 2310 jefferson Ave. 241-3241 3815 Sylvania Ave. 475-8631 Helen Foth Dorfmeyer Emery W. Dorfmeyer Directors SYLVANIA BOWLING LAN ES 5619 Main Street Sylvania, Ohio 882-9941 Walking distance from school Open Bowling All Day and Evenings on Saturdays Special Rates for Students CONGRATULATIONS FROM TOLEDO MEMORIAL PARK and MAUSOLEUM Serving Sylvania and Northwest Ohio Since 1922 DOG HOUSE RESTAURANT Always Open -Always Good Food ' J -..e is 5 5 5'-5,-A-e z" is "-'gf , 5 Q25 52 l l umm umnoni ,QA v4 e N-fi, 'fl tgggffull Ein? 5' 'L 'EE-. .. - 5 ' 517---1--S fr , . I J Q I 0 I S ' ,R . gr' 'Q -A - ,, , , --2, 51 ' '5'?iL., A . 'aa'Lu,.1e',u.,- 'f 1 -H:-.. :a --- 'All - '- - '- .4f:':X-,- ' 95 J-.tri 3 2 'Iwi' v -- --- " ..' ' ' i ..u . , N' 'll i f I l lv 'K ll 'i"- .-'-?'::... w-gh ' -I -. sires Q.-T-ff . - f. - Af f,"f""' ""'- '5 .' .. 'I I I' - .1 "T K' .fi :"5'i -i g f-I 'f 1 ' 2.-ai -- V ' -S3 .5" 2-.ie Cf,-5-E - F- .... ..... . .... . . .. 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'65 '-' Z : 5 f',i:2fe'MHW2f'em1Hzz!4sw1 M3 5 g- Q FU U z 5 1151 W 11111 Y Wllhilip 'Q 5 ff C, 2- 5 PU U ' H 0 E 5 Q ff U, C y c: 2 .. :U Q G' C Q w ,, 2 23 w Q 2 H 2 2 H .-. -D 1 1 E 5 U, Q gg X Q own! un ik Q M Q 2, 5' fn rn P 2 v BI 'll "mm, S in Si ll: P H nummQIll,.M M I Q S: 5 5? amwglfmm' 'td FMF' E Q Q- an -' S 5' fb E: V1 593' UI ex H Q Toledo 23, Ohio 882-2763 Phone 882-2791 Phone 244-5827 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LAB., INC. Time 6: Temperature Control Equipment Sales Sz Service P.O. Box 351 606 Lagrange Street Toledo, Ohio ANDERSON BOARDING KENNELS Boarding-Day, Week, or Month Visitors Welcome Individual Heated Kennels Clean Shady Runs 5544 MONROE STREET SYLVANIA, OHIO 45560 PHONE: 882-5342 CHURCHILL'S SUPER MARKETS 2845 W. Central at Chettenham 2150 S. Byrne at Heatherdowns HAMPTON DRUGS 3880 Secor Road, corner of Monroe Street 479-4407 479-4408 FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Pay Utility Bills Here Money Orders ANDERSON'S HERITAGE HOUSE 2500 Sylvania Avenue Phone: 479-9131 SPECIALIZING IN: SMORGASBORDS 0 BUFFET DINNERS Congratulations to The Senior Class of 1968 FRED W. BOSTLEMAN CO., INC. General Contractors 410 RYDER ROAD TOLEDO, OHIO 43607 PHONE 531-5501 NICHOLAS H. ALTER GREENHOUSE Geraniums, Flowering Poi' Plianis, and Bedding Planis for 'lhe Home Garden 4554 Whifeford Road Toledo 23, Ohio 882-4l I0 GREAT LAKES ENGRAVING CORP. ' 2726 Monroe Street Toledo, Ohio A PHONE 248-2405 BLUE PRINTS DRAFTING 8: . PHOTOSTATS SURVEYING ENGINEERING SUPPLIES Bleckner Music Company REPRODUCTION 801 jefferson Toledo, Ohio 243-6131 LAMPS for the EDnY's GAS AND on. STUDENT "Your WVarm F riends" at jim Buttan Earl Ruttan GROSS ELECTRIC All styles and prices CURTIN and PEASE, INC. 2725 N. Reynolds Road WEST TOLEDO SHOWROOMS , ' 4 6 4 Toledo Ohio 3 2 4915 Monroe St. near Talmadge Rd. Telephone 531-4401 . Advertising and Marketing GR 5-3411 Ogen daily, including Saturday, until 5:30p Monday and Friday nights until 9. 229 IMAX " U Our Aim ls To Pleose YOU 4 ,ml ' W? nAwLEY's sol-no we F 6482 Monroe St. Sylvania, Ohio Ki: 2 X 2 u X Phone - 882-9942 Fannie In t E A , ca "EBI llllllillln Today's classrooms furnish knowledge that will help in tomorrow's world. That's why Toledo Edison urges employees to improve their skills, abilities and mental growth through company-sponsored educa- tion and training programs such as: EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PLANS ADVANCED MANAGEMENT COURSES FOREMANSHIP CLASSES SPECIAL ON THE JOB TRAINING AND STUDY But. we also encourage other people to continue their education so they can qualify for increasingly important jobs such as those at Toledo Edison. TOLEDO EDISON A good place to work CONGRATULATIONS, '68 Sylvania High Graduates THE SENTINEL Sylvania, Ohio TRIUMPH HEADQUARTERS I NEW TRIUMPH SPITFIRE MKII Over I2 'Feet long,speecl over 90 m.p.h., disc brakes inclependeni suspension, roll-up windows-now only SZI'-79.00 POE ir MERCURY i COMET if TRIUMPH -if ENGLISH rom: 5758 N. MAIN STREET SYLVANIA, O. 882-7l7I ZIMMERMAN HEATING Everything in Warm Air Heating 5448 Alexis Road Dan H. Zimmerman, Class of '59 Michael D. Zimmerman, Class of '63 PHONES: 882-2062 882-2063 Wear Knicely Kleaned Klothes Hwfp-Knisely 'Kleaners 882-26l5 6433 Monroe Street Sylvania. Ohio THE SHOE I f I INC. ,. ,,, H QM? mvfflaliiwff 4445 TALMADGE ROAD TOLEDO, OHIO 4362.3 PHONE C4197 475-7431 as COLONY RESTAURANT THE BEST IN QUALITY AT REASONABLE PRICES 36 Brunswick Lanes 5505 Wesf Cenfral Avenue Toledo, Ohio - Telephone: 53I-5338 "The Most Beautiful Recreation and Dining Center in the Midwest." Bowling - Billiards - Restaurant Imperial Banquet Hall Available for All Occasions Let Us Help You Plan Your After - The - Prom Parties 'FEATURING' ROLLIE SCHMIDT, INC. STEAKS CHICKEN 1534 Sylvania Ave. SHISH-KA-BOB 4794111 SEA FOOD CUSTOM AWARDS - TROPHIES - MEDALS 479-2321 Parking in Rear PLAQUES - ENGRAVING Xi 3992 Monroe at Central WESTHAVEN SHOE REPAIR I723 Holland-Sylvania Befween Dorr and Bancroft 536-0524 BURNARD ELECTRIC INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 5651 ALEXIS RD. Phone TU 2-2368 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL SYLVANIA, qorno P2-1 --e--- if ., " e r -- . V if S ev- ' . I ' LL ' . ' 'X 'P ' iz- -I v,5'e3?5S5il:i:V3il1'5'? a I THE KNICKERBOCKER 6616 Monroe Street Sylvania, Ohio Telephone 882-6172 Featuring the latest in menis fashions and stylings GIFFORD H. FINE 81 HOWARD GRAHAM INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. I505 Jefferson Ave. Toledo, Ohio 43624 Telephone CH 3-6273 GEN E'S SOHIO SERVICE Motor Tune-Up Brakework 882-9904 Holland-Sylvania Sz Harroun Roads WMU qfcfow 3139 W. CENTRAL AVENUE 0 TOLEDO 6, OHIO TEL. 479-4771 STARCRAF1' LARSON GLASTRON 3 O Boats For Skiing, Sailing Fishing JOHNSON MOTORS and SKEE HORSES lim. Oufgoarcf in jokclo v 478-2315 CONGRATULATIONS! Sylvania Seniors PeopIe's Savings Association FRANKLIN SERVICES Our Deluxe Car Wash 990 With Gas Fill-Up 99c With Dry Cleaning Free with Every Accumulated 29 Gallons of Gas, Anytime Talmaclge at Monroe MARGE'S FLOWER SHOP ' Flowers for all Occasions Corsages and arrangemenls experlly designed ' 4 5, - ,pp--Y ,sg-of - IQ. 1 '5Ei:r:i'i- - ' ' V ' 'ff' 'fn ig? "'2'e'-"LY ' -' A. N .U Sf? HV 5468 Monroe Slreel' al Whileforcl 882-3400 5141 S. Main Street Delivery Service Sylvania' Ohio 882-8491 OTTAWA LANES 0TT,qlp UIIUSSIJIND MANUFACTURING GDMPANY, INC. 'V WoRLo's FINEST MAINTENANCE AND SANITARY CHEMICALS 10009 EAST TOLEDO ROAD BLISSFIELD. MICHIGAN Telephone Blissfield 486-3310 "America's Fastest Growing Chemical Company" 2--- -7-'D E: 97 L Avg' One of To1edo's Finest Bowling Centers 4155 Talmadge GR 9-7355 Gladys Schmidlin -- Instructress joe Veres-Manager sf . IMPERIAL POOLS 81 SUPPLY, INC. Two Locations 2144 Alexis Road Toledo, Ohio 43613 Telephone 479-3181 1138 Earlwood Avenue Oregon, Ohio 43616 Telephone 698-1711 COLUMBIA COFFEE Always In Good Taste COFFEE 8: FOOD PRODUCTS EOR: HOTELS, RESTAURANTS 8: INSTITUTIONS 4639 N. Detroit Toledo, ohio ROGERS NATIONAL 4791788 RESEARCH, INC MARKETING RESEARCH AND COUNSEL 3131 Douglas Road Toledo, Ohio IMPERIAL coma: SHOP 4799177 Where the customer is king 6008 W. Central Toledo, Ohio I F H O N DA HEADQUARTERS SLATER'S Rubini Mo-tnrs Inc FRANKLIN PARK SOHIO I 5824 Dorr Street at Holland-Sylvania Road Phone 536-8311 PARTS SERVICE SALES V. 1 Z SAL S ww RESTAURANT .h, A .nnhrh , Luncheon SP9-Tlals ,C ,Q .-.. I . U " Plzza-Spaghetti ya Ravioli-Langue Steak-Chicken ' " , ..,- ..,,. " 'fgfflf 474-3781 Q, 4 . .,.4. ,.4.,. , ,, , ., , "" f "'A' "" X ,,,. A -jg .-'- 3 I A ,H Chops-Seafood ' 38I6 k O Od W. Alexis Rd. Ta e ut f ers 234 Congratulations to The Senior Class of 1968 STREETER HOMES, INC. 4427 Talmadge Rd. 479-1002 S82-3554 You've Heard Of . . . VAN'S COLONIAL HOUSE, Havenit You? "We Invite You To Try Our Hospitality, Our Food and Our Service . . . They're PSU! JACQUES All Coodf' 2637 W. Bancroft Toledo, 7, Ohio 43607 4895 Monroe St. -Phone 474-2161 Phone: 531-5771 Toledo, Ohm MASTER HAIR sTYL1sT - SCULPTOR Compliments of HCCf TRADITIQN HOUSE Compliments of COLONY BOWLING CENTER 2126 W. Central Mrs. Harold Burnham - Owner IFFLAND INSURANCE AGENCY jim Seney-Agent Insurance for your Home Business - Auto - Personal Needs Bonds Sylvania Savings Bank Building 882-4141 A Sylvania, Ohio BILLS DRIVE-IN CLEANERS 84 LAUNDRY L I I F I H .5--. XRS L -. ii A v--K X : E I-1 4105 VVest Alexis Road N:-L Our ". Professional Touch MAKES THE DIFFERENCE Tailoring Alterations Shirts - Sheets 474-0060 ROBERT FETTERS INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service AUTO-HOME-LIFE HEALTH and ACCIDENT 4427 Talmadge Road FRANKLIN SQUARE Phone 478-2377 THE CHARCOAL HOUSE 4031 TALMADGE ROAD "A Good Place To Meet" Fred and Dorothy Skalf 475-1111 A . , F' N DOG K F Gone C . Good Place to Shop . For Your Dog's Needs LJ-.uv-Q-:J JOANN'S DOG SHOP 5692 N. Main sf. 882-5178 236 fn! A' 5, - , p i""""' S M,f.j5 . H My rrll lgjlfw Xl ..rr ullif-lflW9..r?.. Q I - . , , iw fa I . . ' U U -A B R Hill' 2- ST. TOLEDO, 0. .fi i - X L 8 TO 6 MON.-SAT. MANlCURlS S' SHOE SHINE F-'Hu.VANBuREN,BARaER PHONE: 47a-1951 882-7168 LOUIS 8: MIKE SHIFF PARTS FOR ALL CARS - PRICED TO PLEASE ALEXIS AUTO PARTS FREE NATIONWIDE "HOT LINE" PHONE PARTS LOCATOR SERVICE BH-I-'S SCHIO 5318 Alexis Road Sylvania, Ohio 43560 Holland-Sylvania 8: Sylvania Phone 882-9929 MADE IN U.S.A. THE QUALITY MARK TO LOOK FOR l.lBBEY'OWENS'FORD a, G'-1Iedt!Vamein,Ghaa TOLEDO 2, OHIO What a wonderful Open WOl'ld 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 glass 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 planes. There's an L'O'F Glass that insulates windows. It's called ThermopaneQ 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'O'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 S.: Will, White Plains, N.Y. 237 WHEN IT IS TIME Let us help you select a site for your future home . -:f.7'.M1' 5 Q" :if-"v'z4e . 1 'I-: 'ie fx ff B 2 - -5--:iw-,E ' 1-rgmij .i :rw 11 u ..---11 li-Y!-H ' W ei: .N- Z "' ' A 'V . I . f rr .T N.. ,, f .,, ,,-,gy . .- a f1..,,: E iw' "'-num BAILEY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 4427 Talmadge Road 479-4494 Creators Of COREY WOODS WESTCHESTER WOODS BARRINGTON WOODS HEATHER ESTATES SYLVANIA PARK CARRANOR WOODS YEF3 GA RI EN RESTAURANT SYLVESTER MATERIAL FAMQUS FIQAIOSANTONESE COMPANY AMERICAN FOOD Luncheons - Dinners - Steaks - Chops Materials Of all fYPe5 Orders to Take Out Sandstone, wash gravel delivered PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Open 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. 8416345 7 days a week 2930 Gradwohl 475-7590 Toledo, Ohio 4552 Monroe Near Secor 238 l things gg better WMI Coke C mar nuuuw Drink Office or Yards ASPHALT 8. CEMENT CO., INC. 3510 Centennial Road Sylvania, Ohio Phone 841-3376 Asphalt Contracting or Excavating :Ll Asphalt for Commercial or Industrial Use 0 H Parking Lots, Roadways, etc. Site Preparation Subdivisions Our Specialty Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of of Ohio a tawba Street Toledo, Ohio Come in soon...and often! We welcome every chance to give that "extra measure" of service! 31 1 1 i 4:5 Yes, we look forward to serving you, whether it's only making change, cashing a check or answering a financial qwm YLVANIA Wherever you live, or wherever your business, there's a nearby Sylvania Savings drive-in with complete, full X banking Sel'VlCe. Q V I N G S I Savings accounts, checking accounts, auto loans, home improvement loans, personal loans mortgage loans bunk- ing-by-mail, safe deposit boxes. I I BAN-K COMPANY You'll find all of these services and many more at any of our branches. Come in--use them! 7 Convenient Offices To Serve You All offices open Monday through Thursday 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Friday 9:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. and Saturday 9:30 A.M. until 12 noon 259 Daph2'ar1?1gMac!u?1es and Supplzbs 8 Q EI'Q E A E I ZA YA II 5 N C -A ' x S232 ELECTIIIIIIII: SIEIICILS MADE wIIIIE YUU WIIIT , lj I NEW 8. USED MIMEOGRAPHS SPIRIT DUPLICATORS I5 IQFHYQN l RONEO STENCIL DUPLICATORS I STENCILS--INK I RONEO LETTER SHOP SERVICE l HEYER SPIRIT DUPLICATORS I' l AooREssINC1 MACHINES 1-5, 'D , l ELECTROSTATIC COPIER ff - I .QENI l ADLER TYPEWRITERS , I' -I-5-E711 I NORELCO DICTATING MACHINES - if, I l CLARY ADDING MACHINES XF II Q, IIIIIIEIIIIIIAIIII PAPER IIUPLICATING PAPER 475-8677 EAY GOODREMONT 1 1017 SYLVANIA AVE. 240 DELANEY MOBILE HOMES, INC. HOMES OF DISTINCTION PHONE 882-3534 5373 MONROE STREET TOLEDO, OHIO 43623 IMPERIAL BARBERS 4135 Talmadge Men's and Boys' Conventional Haircutting Hair Styling Hair Coloring Razor Cutting Hair Pieces, Any Style Hair Straightening and Construction O roots 8 surwues, mc K. DESIGNER AND BUILDERS OF QUALITY SWIMMING POOLS -4,-:LEA-A-A A,.V-9.,A.4?'ifE::-Qvib-:s'i -' ' 'AT' "...,f--1-8' 'f'.Z"'-f.:'.-e.-f'5'. f-..-f+-""G2-:"fs..ae.'T?f-3Q- COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL "GU N ITE CONSTRUCTION" 5207 Monroe Street Toledo, Ohio 43623 Phone 882-5361 Hair Permanents Manicurist Shoeshine WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Phone 479-9336 For Appointment S035 ocx 1 A L E I 1 VE N TRY 85 I R N ITU R E , t 37 YEARS A DEPENDABLE REALTOR F 7964 Summerfield Rd. 1946 Sylvania Ave. . SUIIE FDR Larnbertville, Michigan Toledo, Ohio 43613 THANKS Phone 856-4747 - Phone 479-2288 COMSTOCK AND COVENTRY Fine Furniture and Carpet 6404 Monroe Street 882-2406 CARROLL MOTOR SALES BUICK - PONTIAC 5470 SOUTH MAIN SYLVANIA, OHIO 882-2547 Mr and Mrs. George Angle Mr and Mrs. james Baird Mr. and Mrs. A1 Boudouris Mr. and Mrs. G. F. 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Chemistry Club . , . Chess Club ..A........... Chief Wyan, Princess Dotte , . . . , . . Council on World Affairs Counselors , ....,..,...... Cross Country ,... Curriculum .... Business ............. Distributive Education English ............. Foreign Language .... Health, Physical Education . . . . . Homemaking ............ . . Industrial Arts .... Library .,.... Mathematics .... Music ....... Science ..,.,.. Social Studies . . . Debate Club ...... DECA ........,..,... Diary of Anne Frank .... .... Drama Club .... ,... Engineering Club .... Exchange Students . . . Football ..,....,................ ..,. Future Business Leaders of America .... ..,.. Future Homemakers of America . . . . . . . Future Teachers of America ..,. .... German Band .,.,......... ,.., Girls Athletic Association Golf .................. Homecoming , . . General Index Intramurals .... I-Questers .......... I-Quester Symposium . . Junior Class ....,... Junior Hi-Y . . . junior Prom , , . junior Teens . . . Latin Club . . . Leaders Club .... Library Staff ...... Magazine Breakfast . . . Majorettes ........ Math Club ..,......... Medical Careers Club . . Modern Language Club National Forensic League National Honor Society National Thespians .... Orchestra .......... Pep Band ......, Projection Club .... Quill 8: Scroll .. . Quiz Bowl Team ...... Resource Center Staff . . Rifle Club ......... Senior Breakfast . . . Senior Class . . . Senior Hi-Y .......... Senior Scholastic Awards Sophomore Choir ...... Sophomore Class . . . Sophomore Hi-Y .... Sophomore Teens . . . Speech Club ..... Student Council .... Student Prints . . . Tennis ............... Toledo Area Student Council Track ..........,..... Varsity "S" ,........ . . Vocational Industrial Clubs Wrestling ..... - .....- - Wyandotte ....,.. Youth For Christ .,.. 246 Faculty Index ABELL, THAD B.S. Sociology. 28, 139. ALLESHOUSE, RICHARD B.S., M.A. Orchestra. 36, 143, 145. ALTHOFF, THOMAS B.S.E. Electronics Shop II, Elec- tronics Technology II. 34, 141. AMMONS, RUSSEL B.S.E. Occupational Work Experience, Driver Education. 34. BAIRD, GEORGIA B.S.E. American Literature. 26, 43, 157. BANG, GEORGE B.A., M.Ed. Public speaking 1 sr 11, English 10, Drama. 24, 128, 134, 136, 137. BARRY, RALPH B.S.E., M.A. Solid Geometry, Trig- onometry, Probability. 30, 133. BECKER, ROY B.E., M.E. Principal. 22, 23. BERNING, ROBERT B.E., M.S. Physics. 30,140. BETTINGER, RICHARD B.Voc.Ed. Machine Tech- nology, Machine Shop I. 34. BLAKEMAN, GEORGE B.S. Industrial Arts II. 34. CARR, KENNETH B.S.E., M.Ed. Biology I. 30, 157. CARR, ROSALIE A.B., M.A. Spanish II 8: III. 24, 132. CRANDELL, JANET B.E. Family Living, Home Economics II. 36, 130. DARDENNE, LINDA B.S.E. Bookkeeping I, Typing II, Office Practice. 32, 130. DAVIS, LOUIS B.M., M.A. A Capella Choir, Sopho- more Choir, Music Theory 8: Appreciation. 36, 150, 151, 154, 155. DENNISON, THEODORE B.S.E. Bookkeeping I 8: II, Business Arithmetic. 32, 120. EDINGER, ELWOOD B.E., M.A. Guidance Counselor. 38. ENGLE, MARJORIE B.S.E., M.A. English Literature, Senior Composition. 26, 131. FLUHRER, MARCIA B.S. American Literature, Senior Composition. 26, 90. FOLLAS, BETTY Ph.B. Librarian. 24, 120, 218. GILCHRIST, SHARON B.E. Business English, Typing, Shorthand, BOE II, Office Practice. 32, 43. A GILLOOLY, THOMAS A.B., M.A. Modern Geometry, Senior Math. 30, 133, 167. GLASE, JAMES B.S.E., M.E. Assistant Principal, Athletic Director. 23, 36. GRASTORF, JANE B.S.Ed., M.S.Ed. Physical Edu- cation. 36, 158, 159. GRAVES, ROSS B.Voc.Ed. Carpentry II, Shop Math. 34, 141. GUYTON, RICHARD B.E., M.E. Occupational Education. 34. HAMMOND, WAYNE B.S.E., M.A. American Liter- ature, Senior Composition. 27, 83. HICKMAN, CHARLES B.S. Health. 36,172, 185. HOEFFEL, PAUL B.S. English 10, Debate. 24, 101, 134, 135. HOLFINGER, WILLIAM A.B., M.A. English Litera- ture, Senior Composition. 26, 216. JOHNSON, HILMAR B.Voc.Ed. Auto Technology II, Automotive Shop I, Shop Math. 34, 90, 140. JOHNSTON, CHARLES B.S.B.A., B.S.Ed., M.E. Dis- tributive Education, Marketing. 33, 122, 156. JONES, MARILEE B.A., M.S.Ed. Chemistry. 30. JONES, SANDRA B.B.E. Business English, Business Math, Typing I, Bookkeeping I. 32, 83, 130. KOCHENDORFER, THOMAS B.S.E. Vocational His- tory, Economic Geography. 28, 181, 184. KOPP, JAMES B.S., M.E. Algebra II, Modern Geometry. 31. MCBRIDE, RUTH B.S.Ed. Art. MCDONALD, JAMES B.E. Biology, Driver Education. 37, 181, 182. MANSFIELD, ROY B.S., M.A. Government, Economics. 28 MARLO, FREDERICK B.S.Ed., M.A. Journalism I 8: II, Publications. 24, 61, 125, 129. MAUK, WAYNE B.S., M.A. American History, Government. 28, 172, 175. MEAD, NORMA B.Ed. Chemistry. 31. MERTZ, DAVID A.B. American History. 29, 91, 156. MINSEL, ROBERT B.S. Marketing, Business Law, Distributive Education. 33, 122. MOHN, JAMES B.Voc.Ed. Machine Shop, Machine Technology. 34,140. MORGAN, GLENN A.B., B.S.M. Occupational Work Experience. 35. MUELLER, MARY ANN B.A., M.Ed. World History. 29, 83, 138. MUSICK, BERNICE A.B., M.Ed. American Literature, Latin II, Reading Improvement. 24, 131, 133. OWEN, SUZANNE B.A. English 10, French II. 25, 101. PETTERSON, JOHN B.A. Economic Geography, World Geography. 29. POWDER, NANCY B.Ed. English 10, German I. 25, 157. PUCILOWSKI, HENRY B.Voc.Ed. Trade 8: Industry Supervisor. 35. ROWER, ROBERT B. V0c.Ed. Carpentry I, Carpentry Technology I, Shop Math. 35, 138, 141. SCOTT, IDA B.E. English 10, American Literature. 27. SHERONICK, EMMET B.S.Ed., M.Ed. Chemistry. 31, 132. SLAGLE, JAMES B.E., M.E. Occupational Education. 35, 43. ' . STACKPOLE, CONSTANCE A.B., A.M. French II, III, IV, Spanish I. 25, 132. STAMOS, PETER B.B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. Occupational Education. 35. STANDISH, ROSE B.A. Guidance Counselor. 38, 72, 73. SWEEBE, HERBERT B.S., M.A. Physical Education. 37, 160, 172. TOMBAUGH, GEORGE B.Ed., M.Ed. Algebra I 8: II. 31, 164. TONNEBERGER, THOMAS B.Mus., M.A. Guidance Counselor. 38,112. TROMBLY, WANDA B.S. Typing, Shorthand II. 33. VAZNELIS, RUTH B.S. Home Economics. 37, 130. VIRTUE, JAMES B.S.Ed., M.Ed. American History. 29, 212. VOGGENTHALER, ALAN B.S.Ed. American History, World History. 29, 186. WALLACE, MARY B.S.Ed. English 10, Algebra 11. 27. WALLACE, RON B.A. English 10, Senior Composition. 27, 51, 172. WATSON, THOMAS B.S., M.A. Band. 37, 143, 146, 148. WERNER, ORRISON B.Voc.Ed. Auto Technology II, Auto Shop II. 35. WESTLAND, JACQUELINE B.B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. Re- source Center Director. 25, 121. WHITE, VIRGIL B.Voc.Ed. Electronics Shop I, Elec- tronics Technology I. 35. WHITMAN, LEWIS B.S., M.A. Biology I 8: II, Ana- tomy. 31, 128, 129, 138, 219. . WRIGHT, RICHARD B.S., M.A. Drafting I, II, III. 35. ZECHMAN, JAMES B.S.Ed. Driver Education. 37. ZECHMAN, ROBERTA B.S. Home Economics, Family Living, Senior Homemaking. 37. Senior Index ACKERMAN, ROBERT 45 Deca 45 Rifle 2. ADE, RANDY 45, 71, 79, 128, 154, 202, 205 Speech 45 Debate 2, Pres. 55 Drama 2, VP 5,45 Hi-Y 2,55 Math 55 NFL 2,5, VP 45 Thespians 5,45 Modern Language 2. AKIKI, GEORGIA 45 FBLA 45 DeVilbiss High School, Toledo 25 Start High School, Toledo 5. ALSCHBACH, JANET 45 Camera 45 GAA 2,5,4. ANNESHENSLEY, STEPHEN 45, 152, 164 Choir 45 Math 45 Track 55 Whitmer High School, Toledo 2. ANTHONY, DICK 45, 160, 172, 174, 208, 215 Camera 45 Hi-Y 2,55 Varsity "S" 5,45 Football 2,5,45 Track 25 Wrestling 2,5. ARMSTRONG, CHRIS 45, 122, 125 DECA Sec. 45 GAA 5. ATKINS, JAMES 45 Bishop McDevitt High School, Philadelphia, Pa. 25 DeVilbiss High School, Toledo 5. AUGSBURGER, DAWN 45, 65, 117,, 119, 129 Camera 25 I-Questers 5,45 Nat'l Honor 5,45 Student Council 2,5,45 Modern Language 5,4. AVAD, SUSIE 45 BACON, BOB 44 I-Questers 55 Bedford High School, Temperance, Mich. 2. BACON, JO 44, 152 Camera 45 Choir 2,5,45 Drama 25 GAA 5. BAEHREN, JIM 44, 126, 129, 159, 211 Camera 2,5, VP 45 Quill 8: Scroll 5, Pres. 45 Student Prints 2,5,45 Wyandotte 2,5,4. BAILEY, BRIAN 44, 142, 152, 160, 168 Camera 5,45 Choir 2,5, Treas. 45 Tennis 2,5,4. BAILEY, DAVE 44 Hi-Y 5. BAIN, DON 44, 145, 146, 147, 148 Band 2,3,4, DECA 45 Orchestra 4. BALDWIN, RICK 44 Football 2. BALL, CATHERINE 44, 152, 206 Choir 5,45 FTA 5,45 Modern Language 5,45 Shawnee Mission East High School, Prairie Village, Kansas 2,5. BARONE, JERRY 44 Wrestling 2. BARROW, ROGER 44, 160 Camera 5,45 Hi-Y 25 Varsity "S" 5,45 Football 2,5. BARTELS, CHERYL 45, 117, 118, 129, 152, 158, 188, 189, 200, 215 Camera 45 Choir 2,5,45 GAA 2,5, VP 45 I-Questers 45 Nat'l Honor 5,45 Student Council 4. BAUER, PAUL 45, 121 YFC 25 Projection 2,5,45 Student Council 2. BAUMANN, PAT 45, 120, 125 FBLA 4. BEAUBIEN, LINDA 45, 125, 150 FBLA 5,45 GAA 2,5. BELL, KEN VIC M8zA 5,4. BELL, SALLY 45, 122 DECA Treas. 45 GAA 2,5. BENNETT, DAVE 44, 45, 148 Band 2,5,45 Chemistry 2,4. BENTON, PAUL 45, 129, 164 I-Questers 45 Latin 25 Nat'l Honor 5,45 Basketball 25 Track 5,4. BERENDT, RICK 45 Baseball 2,5,4. BINGHAM, JERRY 45 B1scHoEE, BRUCE 45, 160, 212 Hi-Y 2,5,45 Varsity "S" 5,45 Basketball 2,55 Cross Country 2,5. BISH, GENE 45, 160, 172 Band 25 Hi-Y 5,45 Latin 25 Football 2,5,4. BISSELL, BRENT 45, 151, 152 Chemistry 55 Choir 2,5,45 Drama 2,5,45 Hi-Y 25 Latin 25 Medical Careers 5, Treas. 4. BLACKFORD, RAY 46, 160, 186, 205 I-Questers 5,45 Varsity "S" 45 Wrestling 2,5,4. BLAKEMAN, GARY 46, 148, 160, 172 Band 2,5,4, Varsity "S" 5,45 Baseball 25 Football 2,5,4. BLISS, BONNIE 46 BLOOMER, BILL 46, 144, 145, 164, 165, 206 Orchestra 2,5,4. BOCKERT, BILL 46 YFC 25 Choir 25 DECA 4. BOEKER, THOMAS 211 Newark Catholic High School, Newark, Ohio 25 St. Francis de Sales High School, Toledo 5. BOMIA, PAULA 46, 120 Choir 25 Drama 2,55 GAA 2,5,45 Library Staff 5,4. BONKOWSKI, ED 46, 127, 160, 170, 171 Hi-Z' 25 Student Prints 45 Varsity "S" 45 Baseball 2,3, . BOOTH, THELMA 46, 70 Choir 2,5,45 DECA 45 GAA 2. BORSOS, ALAN 46, 55, 77, 160, 164, 172, 175, 175 Hi-Y 2,5,45 Varsity "SD 2,5,45 Football 2,5,45 Track 2,3. BORTNER, TIM 46 Hi-Y 3,4 BOULTON, DEE DEE 47, 209 Camera 55 GAA 5,4. BOX, TOM 47 VIC M8zA 5,4. BRADLEY, DAVID 47, 122 DECA Pres. 4. BRAEUTIGAM, BONNIE 47, 127, 129 ETA 55 I-Questers 45 Nat'l Honor 5,45 Quill 8: Scroll 45 Student Prints 5,45 Wyandotte 5. BRAMsoN, MARK 47, 126, 128, 155 Camera 45 Council on World Affairs 25 Debate 2,55 Sec. 45 Drama 2,5,45 NFL 2,5,45 Student Prints 45 Wyan- dotte 45 Basketball 2. BRAUER, DAISY 47 Medical Careers 4. BROTT, TIM 47 BROWN, BONNIE 47, 70 BROWN, TOM 47, 167 DECA 45 Hi-Y 2,5,45 Varsity "S" 2,5,45 Basketball 25 Golf 2,5,45 Cross Country 2. BROWNING, DAVE 47, 160, 164, 186, 187 Hi-Y VP 2,5,45 Student Council 2,55 Varsity "SU 5,45 Football 2,5,45 Track 2,5,45 Wrestling 4. BRUNNER, MARK 47, 116, 117, 119, 128, 129, 156, 152, 216 Band 25 Chemistry 55 Speech 2,5,45 Nat'l Honor 5,45 Choir 45 Council on World Affairs 25 I-Questers 45 NFL 2,5,45 Student Council 2,5, Pres. 45 Class Pres. 5. BURLING, RANDY 47 BUSCH, DEBBI 48 Rogers High School, Toledo 2. BUSH, BARBARA 48, 125, 127 Choir 25 Drama 2,5,45 Student Prints 45 Wyandotte 4. BUTTERFIELD, NANCY 48 GAA 2,5. BUTZ, SHARON 48, 125 FBLA 3,4 CAMPBELL, SUSAN 48 Southside High School, Elmira, N. Y. 2,5. CARDER, SHELLEY 48 5 Choir 25 GAA 2. CARLSON, PHIL 48, 142, 146, 148 Band 2,5,45 Drama 25 Track 2. CHEN, ROSEMARY 48 Camera 45 Drama 2,5,45 GAA 2,5,45 I-Questers 5,4. CHERRY, KATHY 48, 144, 145, 148 Band 2,5,45 Choir 25 GAA 2,5,45 Orchestra 4. CHEVALIER, CAROL 48, 117, 125, 126, 129 YFC 45 Drama 2,5,45 GAA 2,5,45 Quill 8: Scroll 45 Stu- dent Council 45 Student Prints 45 Wyandotte 4. COFER, JIM 49 Camera 4. COLE, VALERIA 49, 152 Choir 2,5,45 GAA 2. COLGAN, RANDY 49, 116, 117, 129, 152, 212 Band 25 Choir 45 Drama 2,5,45 I-Questers 45 Nat'1 Honor 5,45 Student Council 4. COLLETTE, MIKE 49, 129, 132, 142, 145, 148, 216, 217 Band 2,5, Pres. 45 Chemistry 2, VP 5, Pres. 45 I-Ques- ters 5,45 Nat'l Honor 5,45 Orchestra 2,5,4. COOK, JIM 49, 75, 156, 160, 200 CRABTREE, DON 49 CRANDELL, JEFF 49, 160, 200 Hi-Y 2,5,45 Varsity "S" 25 Basketball 2,5. CREGO, CLIFF 44, 49, 144, 145, 147, 206 Band 2,5,45 Hi-Y 45 Orchestra 2,5,45 Tennis 2. CRIDER, PAT 49 YFC 25 GAA 2. CRISP, BILL 49, 148 Band 2,5,45 Chess 2,55 Hi-Y 45 I-Questers 5,45 Base- ball 55 Basketball 2. CROSSLAND, GERI 50, 125, 127, 129 Band 2,55 Chemistry 25 Drama 55 GAA 2,5,45 Orches- tra 55 Quill 81 Scroll 5,45 Student Prints 45 Wyandotte 5,45 Class Sec. 2. CROWTHER, JEFF 50, 141 Hi-Y 25 VIC C8zE 45 Football 25 Track 2. CUPRYS, JOHN Rossford High School, Rossford 3. DAUEL, DEBBY 50, 152 . Choir 2,5,45 GAA 25 Medical Careers 4. DAVOLL, DENISE 50, 122 DECA Sec. 45 GAA 2. DECKER, DONNA 50 DECKER, SHARON 50 DETERS, JACK 50 DECA 45 Whitmer High School, Toledo 2. DICKSON, ROD 50, 138, 148 Band 2, VP 5,45 Basketball 25 YFC 2, Pres. 5,4. DOLQUERY, JIM 50 DOMINGUEZ, LINDA 50 GAA 2,5. DOWNING, MARY 50 GAA 2,5. DRAGG, CHRIS 50, 125, 128, 136, 158, 159 Speech 5,45 Drama 5,45 GAA 2,5, Pres. 45 Leaders 5,45 NFL 5, Sec. 45 Wyandotte 4. DROLSHAGEN, RICHARD 42, 50, 152, 200 Camera 45 Choir 2,5,45 Hi-Y 2,55 Latin 25 Math 2,55 Student Council 45 Class Pres. 4. DUDLEY, NANCY 50 GAA 2. DUNHAM, SHELLY 51 Glenwood High School, Canton, Ohio 2,5. EARL, LYNNE 51 Medical Careers 2. EDGAR, TERRY 51, 123 DECA 45 Hi-Y 2,5,45 Latin 25 Basketball 25 Cross Country 2,5. EDINGER, RANDY 51 Math 2. EDWARDS, LETA 51 EEF, GARY 51, 160, 164 Hi-Y 2,5,45 Latin 25 Varsity "SH 2,5,45 Basketball 25 Track 2,5,45 Cross Country 2,5,4. EGNEW, JIM 51, 212 Chemistry 25 DECA 45 Hi-Y 2,5,45 I-Questers 5,45 Latin 25 Math 55 Football 2. EICI-IENAUER, JOANN 51 Drama 25 GAA 2,5,4. EICKHOLT, SALLY 51, 129, 188, 189, 197, 200, 201, 215 Camera 45 GAA 2,5,45 I-Questers 45 Natll Honor 5,45 Cheerleader 2,5,4. ELEKONICH, JO 51, 57 Projection 25 VIC M8cA 5,45 Wrestling 2. ERDODY, PEGGY 52, 127 Drama 5,45 GAA 2,5,45 Student Prints 45 Wildcat 5. ERKERT, CHRIS 52, 152 Choir 2,5,45 Drama 2,5,45 I-Questers 5,45 Modern Language 2,5,4. EVDEMON, KAREN 52, 152 Choir 2,5,45 DECA 45 Drama 2,5,45 GAA 2,5. FAIR, LARRY 52, 14s Band 2,5,45 Chemistry 55 Math 2. FEE, TRICIA 52, 124, 127, 129 Choir 25 GAA 25 Drama 2,55 Quill 8: Scroll 5, Treas. 45 Student Prints 45 Wyandotte 5,4. EELTY, LINDA 52 Camera 25 Speech 25 FTA 45 GAA 25 Modern Lan- guage 45 NFI. 2. FERDON, PHYLLIS 52 GAA 2,5,45 Modern Language 5. EINNEY, DARLENE 52 DECA 45 GAA 2,5. FISCHER, IDA MAE 52, 142, 145, 148 Band 2,5,45 GAA 2,5,45 Orchestra 4. FISCHER, MIKE 52 Drama 25 Hi-Y 45 VIC M8zA 3,4. FISHER, ANN 55, 122, 158, 200, 209 Camera 45 DECA Treas. 45 Drama 25 GAA 2,5,45 Stu- dent Council 2. FISHER, HAROLD 55 Scott High School, Toledo 2. FITZGERALD, ROB 53, 75, 156, 160, 164, 172, 175, 174, 175 Hi-Y Pres. 2,5, Sec. Treas. 45 Varsity "S" 5, Pres. 45 Football 2,5,4, Track 2,5,4. FLASKAMP, RICHARD 55, 144, 145 Modern Language 25 Orchestra 2,5,4. FORBIS, JILL 53, 198 FOSTER, JEFF 55 A Camera 45 Chess 25 DECA 45 Student Prints 45 Tennis 2. FRANCE, GEORGE 53, 171 Hi-Y 2, Treas. 5,45 I-Questers 5,45 Latin 25 Class VP' 25 Cross Country 2,5,45 Baseball 2,5,4. FREDERICK, TERRY 55 VIC M8zA 5,4. FRIE, PAUL 55 Chess 5. FRUTIGER, JOYCE 45, 55, 116, 152 Camera 45 Choir 2,5,45 GAA 2,5,4. FULLER, VICTORIA 55 GAA 45 San Carlos High School, San Carlos, Cal. 25 Woodside High School, San Carlos, Cal. 2. FULTON, NANCY 55, 125, 129 Camera 45 GAA 2,35 Nat'l Honor 45 Quill 81 Scroll 3, Sec. 45 Wyandotte 3,4. GAWRYCH, JIM 54, 121, 131, 135, 172, 175 Debate 2,3,45 Drama 2,3,45 NFL 2,3,45 Projection 2,3,45 Medical Careers 2,3, Pres. 4. GIAUQUE, RON 54 Band 3. GILBERTSON, DEBBIE 45, 54, 152 Choir 2,3,45 I-Questers 3,45 Modern Language 2,3. GLENN, MELANIE 54, 152 Choir 2,3,45 Drama 2,3,45 GAA 2,4. GLESSER, DOUG 54, 59, 129 Chemistry 2,3,45 Chess 25 I-Questers 3,45 Math 2,3,45 Nat'l Honor 3,4. GONZALES, MANUEL 54, 141 VIC C8zE 3,45 Football 2,3. GOULD, KATHY 54, 129, 138, 145, 147, 148, 217 Band 2,3,45 YFC 2, Sec. 3, Treas. 45 FTA 45 GAA 25 I-Questers 3,45 Nat'l Honor 3,45 Orchestra 4L GRACHECK, TRINA 54 DECA 45 GAA 2,3. GRANT, DIANA 54, 129, 143, 145, 152 Chemistry 2,45 Choir 45 GAA 25 I-Questers 2,3,45 Modern Language 45 Nat'1 Honor 3,45 Orchestra 2, VP 3, Treas. 45 Orchestra Council 2,3,45 Medical Careers 2. GRANT, NATHAN Wrestling 2,3. GRANT, SHIRLEY 54, 69, 120 Library Staff Pres. 3. GRAUMLICH, RAY 55, 60, 62, 67, 78, 116, 117, 128, 134, 136, 142, 152, 197 Speech 2,3,45 Choir 2,3, Pres. 45 Drama 2,3,45 Latin 25 NFL VP 3,45 Student Council 45 Thespians 3,4. GREINER, LINDA 55, 126, 152, 158, 200, 215 Camera 45 Choir 2,3,45 GAA 2,3,45 Student Prints 4. GULVAS, CATHIE 55 DECA 45 Maumee High School, Maumee 2. GURWBLL, DAVID 55, 141 VIC C8113 3, Pres. 4. HAAS, BOB 55 HACKNEY, STEVE 55 VIC M8zA 45 Wrestling 2. HAEFNER, LOUIS Chess 25 VIC C8zE 4. HALL, JON 55 Band 25 Orchestra 2. HALL, RUFUS VIC M8cA 4. HARRISON, PAULA 55, 123 FBLA 45 GAA 2. HARROUN, SANDY 55 Choir 2. HAUGHEY, SUE 55, 127 Camera 45 Debate 25 Drama 45 GAA 2,3,45 NFL 2,3,45 Student Prints 4. HAWKINS, SUSAN 42, 55, 131, 139, 197, 200 Camera 2,3, Sec. 45 FTA 3, VP 45 GAA 25 Modern Language 3,45 Class Treas. 4. HEADY, HEWEY 55 HEINZE, RICK 56 HELPMAN, DEBBIE 56 GAA 2,3,4. HENSLEY, SHARON 56, 123 FBLA 45 Madison High School, Madison, Mich. 2,3. HEPLER, KATHLEEN 56, 127 Speech 25 Choir 25 Drama 2,45 GAA 25 NFL 2,3,45 Student Prints 45 Class Treas. 2. HEPLER, LYNN 56 Camera 3,45 Choir 25 Drama 2,3,45 GAA 2,3,4. HENDERSON, JOANN DECA 4. HENDRIX, BOB 56 HERMAN, NICK 52, 56, 121, 138 Projection 2,3, VP 45 Rifle 3, Pres. 4. HERRON, MIKE 56 VIC M8zA 4. HESS, WAYNE 54, 56, 164 Football 25 Track 2,35 Wrestling 2,3. HESSER, JOHN 56, 140 VIC M8zA 3,45 Basketball 2. HICKS, MIKE 57 VIC M8zA 45 Football 2. HILL, RICK 57, 140, 160, 172, 174 Variity "S" 45 VIC M8zA 3,45 Baseball 25 Football 2,3, . HOBBS, LORAINE 57 YFC 35 Drama 25 GAA 4. HODGE, GLENDA 57, 145 FTA 2,3,45 GAA 35 Latin 25 Modern Language 45 Orchestra 2,3,4. HOLMES, ARLENE 57, 152 Choir 2,3,45 GAA 25 Modern Language 3. HOPKINS, JOHN 57, 145, 148 Band 2,3,45 Camera 45 Orchestra 3,45 Rifle 3. HORNE, LORA 57 HORNEY, MARTHA 57, 128, 129, 131, 132, 136 Camera 35 Speech 3,45 FTA 2,3, Pres. 45 I-Questers 3,45 GAA 25 Modern Language 3, Pres. 45 NFL 3,4. HOUSER, DARLENE 57, 127 YFC 45 FHA 25 FTA 3,45 GAA 35 Student Prints 4. HOROSZEWSKI, STEVE 57 HOUSEHOLDER, PHIL VIC C8cE 4. HUBER, DIANNE 58 FHA 2,3, Sec. 45 GAA 2,3,4. HUFFORD, KENNETH 44, 58, 76, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148 Band 2,3,45 Speech 25 NFL 2,3,45 Orchestra 3, Pres. 4. HYDE, KIM 58 Wrestling 3,45 Start High School, Toledo 2. IMES, DICK 58 Hi-Y 3,45 Wrestling 2. ISENSTEIN, BILL 58, 129, 138 Council on World Affairs 3,45 I-Questers 45 Latin 25 Modern Language 3,45 Nat'1 Honor 4. JACKSON, CHRIS 58, 122, 164, 206 DECA 45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Projection 2. JACKSON, SARA 58, 152 YFC 35 Choir 2,3,45 Drama 3,45 GAA 2. JARVIS, JAY 58 Football 2. JENNINGS, SUSAN 58 Loreto Convent, Kenya, East Africa 25 DeVi1biss High School, Toledo 3. JEWETT, RICK 58, 67, 136 Speech 2,45 Drama 2,3,45 NFL 2,3,4. JOHNSON, FRANK 58, 70, 121, 128, 129, 202 Debate 2,35 FTA 3,45 Hi-Y 2,45 I-Questers 3,45 Nat'l Honor 3,45 NFL 3,45 Projection 2,3,4. JOHNSON, RANDY 42, 58, 127 Chemistry 2,35 Hi-Y 2,45 Latin Pres. 25 I-Questers 2,3,-45 Student Prints 45 Class VP 4. JONES, BEA 58, 143, 145, 159 GAA 2,3,45 Leaders 45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Medical Ca- reers 2,3,4. JULIUS, JEFF 58, 138 Council on World Affairs 3, Pres. 45 Modern Lan- guage 3,45 Whitmer High School, Toledo 2. KAHN, PAUL 59, 164 Council on World Affairs 3,45 Basketball 25 Cross Country 3. KAMER, DARRELL 59, 172 KARRMANN, ROBERT 59 DECA 43 Whitmer High School, Toledo 23 Beauerton High School, Beauerton, Oregon 3. KEEFER, EARL 59 Hi-Y 3,43 Varsity "S" 43 Track 2,33 Cross Country 2,3. KEITZMAN, BRAD 59, 128, 129, 132 YFC 2,3,43 Modern Language 2,3, Treas. 43 Nat'l Honor 3,43 NFL 2,3,43 Orchestra 23 I-Questers 4. KELLY, CINDY 59, 72, 124, 129, 132, 209, 217 Speech 2g FTA 3,43 GAA 23 I-Questers 3,43 Modern Language 3,43 Nat'l Honor 3,43 NFL 23 Wyandotte 4. KEILN, BOB 59, 152 Chess 2,33 Choir 2,3,4. ' KESLER, KAI 51, 59, 122 Band 2,3,43 Camera 43 DECA 43 GAA 2,3,4. KING, DON 59, 121 Projection 2,3, Sec. Treas. 4. KING, PAT 60 Choir 2. KING, STEVE 59, 60, 70, 117, 118, 160, 164, 200, 213 Camera 43 Latin 23 Student Council 3,43 Varsity "S" 3,43 Track 2,33 Cross Country 2,3,4. KING, WILLIAM 60 Camera 43 Marion Harding High School, Marion, Ohio 2. KINGSLEY, JANE 60, 124, 142, 147, 148, 153' Band 2,3,43 YFC 3,43 Choir 43 FTA 2,43 Modern Language 3,43 lVyfmd0tte 43 Eastwood High School, Pemberville, Ohio 2. KNAPICH, BARB 60 A ' YFC 2, choir 5, FHA 2. I KNEPPER, SHIRLEY 45, 60, 116, 152 - Camera 43 Choir 2,3,43 Drama 2,33 GAA 2,3,43 Latin VP 2. KNOUS, HANK 60 KNOWLES, BOB 60, 116, 117, 119, 204, 214 Hi-Y 2,43 Student Council 2, VP 3,43 Class Pres. 2. KOCINSKI, JEFF 60 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Varsity "S" 3,43 VIC MaA 3,43 Football 2,3. KOESTER, REGINA 60 ' Choir 2,33 GAA 2,3,4. KORTIER, RICK 61 - YFC 33 Camera 43 Drama 2,33 I-Questers 3,43 Modern Language 2,3,4. KOSIER, ERNESTINE 61 Camera 43 FTA 2,43 GAA 3,43 Y-Teens 2. KOVACS, CAROL 61, 123. ' FBLA 3,43 GAA 2,3. KRAMER, KAREN 61, 127, 158, 211 GAA 2,3, Sec. 43 Student Prints 4. KREUSSER, TOM 61 ' ' VIC C8cE 4. KRICHBAUM, GARY 61, 67, 152 A YFC 3,43 Choir 3,43 Debate 43 Drama 3,43 Baseball 2,3,43 Football 2. KUEHNL, JANET 61 ' FTA 2, Treas. 3,43 GAA 23 Modern Language 3,4. LANNEN, LORENA 61 V - Camera 33 GAA 2,33 Library Staff 3. LAPSANSZKY, ALICE. 61, 80, 126 ' Drama 23 FTA 3,43 Modern Language 2,3,43 Student Prints 43 Vineland High School, Vineland, N.J. 2. LAUGHLIN, LORETTA 61, 130 A DECA 43 FHA 2, Treas. 3, VP 43 GAA 23 Orchestra 2,3. LEITNER, GREG 61, 160, 186 Varsity "S" 43 Wrestling 2,3,4. 3 LENHART, SALLY 62, 71 FTA 2,43 Camera 43 GAA 3,43 Y-Teens 23 Maumee High School, Maumee 2. LEWANDOWSKI, DAN 62 Hi-Y 43 VIC C8zE 4. LEWIS, DAVE 62 LIDEN, KATHY 62, 117, 118, 128, 129, 132, 216 Camera 43 Choir 2,3,43 Drama 2,3,43 GAA 2,35 I- Questers 3, Sec. Treas. 43 Modern Language 3, Sec. 43 Nat'l Honor 3,43 NFL 2,3,43 Student Council 3,4. LINDNER, DUSTY 62, 152 Camera 43 Chess 23 Choir 2,3,43 Hi-Y 33 Wrestling 2,3,4. LINDSLEY, JOHN 62, 122 DECA Pres. 43 Hi-Y 43 Modern Language 2,33 Base- ball 2,3. LINDSLEY, TOM 62 Hi-Y 2,3,43 Track 23 Wrestling 3. LINN, DAVE 59, 62, 160, 172 NFL 23 Varsity "S" 3,43 Football 2,3,43 Tennis 35 Track 2. ' LISINSKI, BECKY 62, 152 Camera 43 Choir 2,3,43 GAA 2,3,4. LISINSKI, NANCY 62 Camera 43 DECA 4. LONG, LAURIE 63, 122, 201 Camera 3,43 Choir 23 DECA VP 43 GAA 2,3,43 Latin Treas. 2g Student Council 23 Class Sec. 3. LONGMAN, SARAH 63 Fremo High School, Palatine, Ill. 3. LUFF, RICK 63, 152 Chess 23 Choir 2,3,4. MCCANCE, BRUCE 63 Chess Pres. 2. MCGEE, TOM 63 MCKENNEY, TOM 63 MCNEAL, CONNIE 63, 120 YFC 43 GAA 2,43 Library Staff Treas. 43 Resource Center 2,3. MAEDEL, JUDY 45, 63, 142, 152, 197 - Camera 43 Choir 2,3, Sec. 43 FTA 23 GAA 2. MANDELL, DARCY 46, 63 GAA 2,33 Whitmer High- School, Toledo 2. MARTIN, TIM 64 Chemistry 3,43 Golf 3,4. MASON, BARRY 64 Hi-Y 2,33 I-Questers 3,43 Modern Language 3,4. MATHER, LOWELL 64 Camera 43 Hi-Y 2. MATHEWS, JAMIE -64, 122 Camera 2,33 Choir 2,33 DECA Sec. 4. MATTISON, SANDY 123 FBLA 43 Modern Language 2. MAZUR, MARIANNE 64, 148 Band 2,3,4. MEEKER, BOB 60, 64, 117, 119, 128, 129, 133, 136, 137, 214, 216, 217 ' - Speech 2,3, VP 43 Chess 2g Choir 43 Drama 2,3,43 I- Questers 3,43 Math 2, VP 3,43 Nat'l Honor 3,43 NFL 2,3,43 Student Council 43 Class VP 3. MEEKS, JUDY 64 Medical Careers 2,3,4. MEHLE, SANDRA 64, 130 FHA 3,43 GAA 2. METCALF, CHRIS 64,' 100, 117, 118, 156, 160, 164, 200, 212, 214 Hi-Y Sec. 2, Treas.'3, Pres. 43 I-Questers 43 Student Council 2,3,43 Varsity "S" 3, Treas. 43 Basketball 23 Track 2,3,43 Cross Country 3,4. MEYER, JIM 65 Hi-Y 3,43 DeVilbiss High School, Toledo 2. MICHAELS, LANCE 65 Hi-Y 33,45 Whitmer High School, Toledo 2. MICHALSKI, JOHN 65, 129, 136 Camera 43 Speech 2,3,43 Drama 33 NFL 3,4. MIKO, SANDY 65, 130, 146 Band 2,3,4, YFC 2,3,4, FHA Pres. 2,3, Treas. 4, GAA 2,3,4. MILEY, MIKE 65 MILLER, DAVE 65 MILLER, MARCIA 65, 129 Council on World Affairs 4, Drama 3, I-Questers 4, Latin 2, Modern Language 3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4. MILLER, MARY LAURA 65 Camera 3,4, DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4, Latin Sec. 2. MILLER, MIKE 65 VIC M8cA 3,4. MILLER, RANDY 66, 128, 136 Speech 3,4, FTA 4, I-Questers 4, NFL 4. MILLER, SALLY 66, 129 FBLA 4, Modern Language 2, Nat'l Honor 4. MIRACOLA, LARRY YFC 2,3,4, Chess 2. MITCHELL, BYRON. 66 VIC C8cE 4. MITCHELL, STEVE VIC M8zA 3,4. MONROE, JOHN 66 VIC C8zE 4. MOORE, WENDY 42, 66, 123 Drama 2,3,4, FBLA 4, GAA 2, Class Sec. 4. MOULTON, JEFF 66 Choir 2, Hi-Y 2,3, Golf 3. MOWERY, BOB 66, 152 Chess 2,3,4, Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2. MORZ, ANN 120 GAA 3, Library Staff 4, Notre Dame Academy, Toledo 2. IVIUELLER, LINDA 66 Camera 4, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers '3,4, Latin 2. MULL, SUE 66, 129, 131, 152 Choir 2,3,4, FTA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Modern Lan- guage 3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, GAA 2. MURANYI, SANDRA 66 Choir 2, GAA 4, Library Staff 2. MYERS, TOM 66 Chess 2. MYLEK, SHARON 66 YFC 4, Choir 3, GAA 3, Libbey High School, Toledo 2. NASHLUND, KAREN 67 GAA 4, Harold Richards High School, Oak Lawn, Ill. 3. NEALAND, DENNY 67, 181 Chemistry 4, Math 4, Engineering 4, Baseball 3,4, Basketball 4, Lakeside High School, Lakeside, Ohio 2. NEEPER, JEAN 67 GAA 2,3,4, Leaders 4. NEEPER, JEANETTE 67, 152, 159 Choir 3,4, GAA 2,3,4. NEWTON, LINDA 67, 124, 129, 210 Choir 2, Council on World Affairs 3,4, GAA 2,33 I- Questers 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Wyandotte 4. NUHFER, PHIL 67 NUZUM, MIKE 67 NYITRAY, BOB 67 . Hi-Y 2, VIC C8cE 4, Baseball 2,3. OBERLIN, CANDI 67 Whitmer High School, Toledo 2. ORTIZ, LEONOR 64, 67, 197 Camera 4, FTA 4, Modern. Language 4, Student Council 4, Student Prints 4, Argentina, South Ameri- ca 2,3. OSGOOD, RICK 68, 129, 139 Chemistry 2, Chess 2,3, Sec. 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Latin 2, Math 2,3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Basketball 2, Tennis 2,3,4. OSWALT, BOB 68 oTT, JANICE 68, 108 Drama 2,3,4, GAA 2,3, I-Questers 3,4. PAGE, BARB 56, 68, 152 Band 3, Choir 2, GAA 4. PARKS, PEGGY 68, 123 FBLA 4. PATTON, BARRY 68 VIC C8zE 3,-4. PAUL, PATTY 53, 68, 200 Camera 4, Drama 2, GAA 2,3,4. PEASE, GENE 68, 160 Chess 2,3, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Math 2,3,4, Varsity "S" 4, Basketball 2, Tennis 2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3. PERKINS, NANCY 68 YFC 4, GAA 4. PETERS, NANCY 69 Camera 4, Council on World Affairs 4, GAA 3,4, John Glenn High School, Bay City, Mich. 2. PETERS, SHERI 69 DECA 4, Roosevelt High School, Wyandotte, Mich. 2,3. PHILLIPS, NANCY 69 GAA 2,3. PHILLIPS, TIM 69, 127 Hi-Y 2,3,4, Student Prints 4, Track 2, Quill 8: Scroll 4. PHIPPS, JIM 69, 172 Speech 2, Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity "S" 4, Football 2,3,4, Wrestling 2, Palos Verdes High School, Palos Verdes, Calif. 2. PIETRAS, NIKKI 68, 121 GAA 2,3, Resource Center 3,4. PLEISS, MARY 69, 129, 143, 145, 148 Band 4, Chemistry 2, Council on World Affairs 4, GAA 2, I-Questers 3,4, Latin 2, Modern Language 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Orchestra 2,3, Sec. 4. PLUMMER, JEANA 69, 124, 127 Drama 2,3,4, Latin 2, Student Prints 4, Wyandotte 4. PORTER, SUE 69, 118, 152 Choir 2,3,4, DECA 4, Drama 2, GAA 2,3, Student Council 2,3,4. PRATT, GARY 69, 121 Band 2,3, DECA 4, Orchestra 2,35 Projection 2,3,4. PRITCHARD, NANCY 69 PROVONSHA, GAIL 69 DECA 4, GAA 2,3,4, Latin 2. PUSZCZEWICZ, RICHARD 69 RECHTINE, BEV 70 YFC 4, GAA 4, I-Questers 3,4. REEB, GEORGE 70 Hi-Y 2,3, Rifle 3. REINECK, DIANE 70, 128, 152, 198, 200, 218 Camera 4, Speech 2,35 Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2,33 I- Questers 3,4, NFL 3,4. REYES, MARY 121 Resource Center 4 RIFFE, MARY 201 YFC 4, DECA 4, GAA 2,33 Y-Teens 35 Medical Careers 2,3. ROBERTS, TERRY 70, 200, 204 Camera 2, Pres. 3,4, Drama 2,3. ROBISON, JANIS 51, 70, 122, 123 Camera 4, DECA Sec. 4, GAA 2,3,4, Latin 2. ROBY, GARY 70, 128, 129, 136, 169, 181 Chemistry 2,4, Speech 3,4, Chess 3,4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, I- Questers 3,4, Math 3,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, NFL 2,3,4, Basketball 2, Tennis 2,3,4. ROBY, LARRY 70, 117, 128, 129, 133, 139, 216 Chemistry 2, Chess 2,3,4, Hi-Y 2,3, I-Questers 3, Pres. 4, Math 2,5,4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Student Council 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Tennis 2,3,4. RODRIGUEZ, JESSE Football 23 Wrestling 2,3. ROEHL, BONNIE 70 FTA 2,53 GAA 2,3. ROORK, DONALD 59, 70 ROOT, CRAIG 70, 164 Hi-Y 2,3,43 Track 2,5,4. ROSE, BECKY 71, 152, 217 Choir 3,43 FTA 43 Modern Language 5,43 Defiance High School, Defiance, Ohio 2. ROSENBERGER, ELLEN 71, 128, 136, 157, 145, 148 Band 2,5,43 Speech 2,3,43 Drama 43 NFL 5,43 Orchestra 3,4. RUCH, RICHARD 71, 160, 171, 181 Band 2,33 YFC 43 Hi-Y 2,53 Varsity "S" 3,43 Baseball 2,33 Basketball 2,3,43 Track 43 Cross Country 2,3,4. RUMPF, BRUCE 71 Chess 43 Drama 2g Hi-Y 2,5,43 Modern Language 43 Varsity "S" 43 Golf 2,3,43 Cross Country 4. SALTZMAN, NICK 71 Band 2. SANDERSON, RON 71, 129, 155, 138, 159, 217 Chemistry 23 Chess 2, Pres. 5,43 I-Questers 2,5,43 Math 2, Sec. Treas. 5,43 Nat'1 Honor 3,43 Rifle Treas. 3,4. SANTELLI, TOM 71, 164 Chemistry 43 Choir 2,33 Hi-Y 23 NFL 2,5,4. SASS, LINDA 71, 129, 148, 217 Band 2,5,43 FTA 5,43 GAA 2,53 I-Questers 43 Nat'1 Honor 5,4. SAUVE, SUE 71, 155 Choir 2,5,43 GAA 2,5,4. SAVIDGE, LENNAH 71, 158 Band 2,53 YFC 2,5,43 Choir 5,43 GAA 2. SCHARP, DOUG 71, 148 Band 2,3,43 I-Questers 43 Math 4. SCHEER, ELLEN 71 SCHERTZER, BRACK 72, 148, 152, 192 Band 43 Choir 43 Track 43 Cross Country 43 Marion Harding High School, Marion, Ohio 2,5. SCHIEB, KATHY 72 YFC 2,5,43 GAA 2,5. SCHNEIDER, SCOTT 72 SCHOFF, PAUL 72 YFC 5,4. SCHWABLE, STEPHEN Byran Hill High School, Armonic, N.Y. 2,5. SCHWETZ, CARL 72 Band 2,5. SCOTT, SHEILA 72, 125, 130 FBLA VP 43 GAA 2,33 Business Education Service 4. SHANER, JANET 72, 217 Chemistry 23 FTA 3,43 GAA 53 I-Questers 3,4. SHAUL, MARYBETH 60, 72, 117, 118, 128, 129, 152, 216, 217 Chemistry 23 Choir 2,43 FTA 3,43 GAA 33 I-Questers 5, VP 43 Nat'l Honor 3,43 Student Council 3,4. SHOUP, LENI 72, 145, 148 Band 2,5,43 FTA 3,43 GAA 23 Latin 23 Orchestra 4g Medical Careers 2. SIMON, JIM 72, 160, 172 Camera 43 Varsity MS" 43 Football 2,5,4. SINGER, LORI 75, 128, 154, 156 Speech 2,3,43 Drama 2,3,43 GAA 23 Modern Language 2g NFL 2,5,43 Thespians 5,4. SLAUGHTERBECK, RONALD 73 SLOAN, JOYCE 75 FBLA 43 Modern Language 2. SMITH, CAROL 75, 116, 117, 188, 215 Camera 43 FTA 43 GAA 2,3,43 Student Council 2,5, Treas. 43 Cheerleader 2,5,4. SMITH, DAVID 75, 148, 152 Band 2,5,43 Choir 2,3,43 Medical Careers 2,5,4. SMITH, DAVE 75 Camera 3,43 Chess 2g Drama 2,5,43 Student Council 2. SMITH, JOE 75 VIC M8cA 5,4. SMITH, PAM 61, 75, 127, 151, 159 FTA Treas. 43 GAA 2,3,43 Leaders Pres. 43 Student Prints 4. SMITH, ROBERT 75 VIC M8zA 5,4. SMYTHE, MARC 61, 74, 77, 127, 128, 129, 154, 156, 202, 214 Speech 3,43 Drama 5, Pres. 43 Hi-Y 53 Modern Lan- guage 33 NFL 3,43 Quill 8: Scroll 43 Student Prints 43 Thespians 3, Pres. 43 Basketball 2. SNODGRASS, ANITA 75, 129, 142, 148 Band 2,5,43 GAA 2,33 I-Questers 5,43 Latin 2g Nat'l Honor 3,43 Medical Careers 2,4. SOBIENIAK, EARNEST VIC M8zA 5,4. . SOUTHARD, ROBERT 74, 140 Chess 2,33 VIC M8cA 3, Sec. Treas. 4. SPANGLER, DEBBIE 74, 144, 145, 148 Band 2,5,43 GAA 2,53 Orchestra 5,4. SPARKIA, CAROL 74, 121, 127 Speech 23 Drama 2,33 GAA 2,53 Modern Language 2,33 Student Prints 43 Resource Center 2,4. SPINO, DON 74 VIC C8cE 3,4. S-PINO, PAT 74 VIC C8cE 5,4. SPOONMORE, BUCK 74 Band 2g VIC C8zE 4. SPRADLIN, TIM 74, 152 Chess 43 Choir 43 VIC C8cE 4. SPRINGER, LEE 74, 148. Band 2,5,4. STARK, PAUL 75, 74, 158 Council on World Affairs 5,43 Modern Language 5,4. STENGER, STAN 74, 152 Chess 2,3,43 Choir 2,5,43 Hi-Y 4. STEVENS, KATHY 74 STONE, LARRY Camera 5. STOUGH, BOB 74, 145, 148 Band 2,5,43 Orchestra 5,4. STRAUGHAN, GARY 74 STRAYER, KATHY 75, 148 Band 2,5,43 DECA 43 GAA 2. STRAWSER, VIRGINIA 75 STREETER, DEBBIE 55, 75, 125, 148 Band 2,5,43 GAA 2,4. STURTON, PAT 75, 125 choir 2, FBLA 3,4, GAA 2,5,4. SULLIVAN, CATHEY 75 GAA 2,3,4. SULLIVAN, MIKE 160, 186. Chess 2, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Varsity "S" 3,4, VIC C8:E 4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Cross Country 2. SWAB, DICK 75 Camera 4, Chemistry 2, Hi-Y 2,3, I-Questers 3,4, Math 2,3, Varsity US" 3, Football 2,3. SWARTZBERG, RHODA 127, 158 Choir 2, GAA 2,3,4, Student Prints 4. SZYMANSKI, FRANK 75 TABBERT, ROGER 75, 148 Band 2,3,4, Chemistry 4. TALLMAN, VICKI 75, 125, 127, 129, 209 ' Debate 2, GAA 2,3,4, Latin 2, NFL 2,3,4, Quill 8: Scroll VP 4, Student Prints 4, lVyfmdotte 3,4. TAYLOR, DON 75, 160, 186, 187 Hi-Y 33 VarSity "SH 3, VP 4, Wrestling 2,3,4. TEBARY, JIM 76 Chemistry 4, Engineering 4. THATCHER, BRUCE 76 THOMAS, LEE 76 Orange High School, Cleveland, Ohio 2,3. THOMAS, TODD 76, 152, 172, 186, 204, 208 YFC 4, Varsity "S" 4, Football 4, Wrestling 3,4. THORPE, MICHELE 76, 188 Camera 45 GAA 3, Cheerleader 4, Lakeside High School, Atlanta, Ga. 2. TILLOTSON, PHIL 76, 128, 135 Debate 2,3, VP 4, NFL 2,3,4. TRAVIS, DIANE 76, 117, 118, 129, 217 GAA 2,33 I-Questers 3,4, Modern Language 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, Student Council 3,4, YFC 4, Cheerleader 2,3. TROENDLE, BOB 76 VIC C8cE 4. TRUBOW, STEVE 76, 138 Chess 2, Council on World Affairs 2,3, Sec. 4, Library Staff 4, Modern Language 2,3,4, Engineering 4. TURNER, CANDEE 76, 126 Camera 4, Choir 2, Drama 2, GAA 2,3,4, Student Prints 4. TURNER, DALE 77 VIC M8cA 4. URBANSKI, DIANA 77, 206 VAN WEY, DENNIS 77 I-Questers 3,4, Latin 2. VICKERY, LINDA 77, 159 Choir 2, GAA 2,3,4, Latin 2, Leaders 4. VIRTUE, JOHN 121, 139 Camera 2,4, VP 3,4, Projection 2, VP 3, Pres. 4. VOGELI, TRACEY 77 VUCHNICH, ELIZABETH 61, 77, 124, 126 Choir 3, Drama 3,4, GAA 3, Student Prints 4, Wyan- dotte 4, Nicoler High School, Milwaukee, Wis. 2. WACKLEY, SHARON 77, 123 , FBLA 3,4. WAGGONER, MARILYN 77, 152 Camera 4, Choir 2,3,4, Drama 2, GAA 2,3,4, Modern Language 2. WAGNER, JACKIE 77 DECA 4. WALSH, DAN 77 Chess 2,3,4, Wfrestling 3,4. WJARREN, JIM 77 VIC M8cA 4. WARREN, STEVE 78 Hi-Y 3,4, Track 3. WATKINS, CONNIE' 78 Choir 2, GAA 2,3,4. WEISS, BILL 78, 164 Latin 2, Track 3,4, Cross Country 3,4. WEISS, FRED 78, 80, 128, 134, 136, 199 Speech 2,3,4, Drama 2,3,4, NFL 2,3,4, Thespians 3, VP 4, Golf 2,3,4. WEISS, MARTIN Chess 4. WEITZ, MAUREEN 78 GAA 2,3,4. WELLS, JANET 78, 152 Choir 2,3,4, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Modern Language 4. . WELLS, JOHN 78, 216, 217 Speech 2, VP 3, Pres. 4, Debate 2,3, Drama 4, I- Questers 4, Nat'l Honor 3,4, NFL 2,3, Pres. 4, Stu- dent Council 2,4, Thespians 3,4. WELTY, JUDI 78, 117, 119, 125, 209 Camera 3,4, GAA 2,3,4, Student Council 4, Wyandotte 4, Class Treas. 3. WESTFALL, DON 78 VIC C8zE 3,4, Rifle 3, Track 2, 'Cross Country 2. WHALEN, TOM 79 Football 2. WHITE, EUNICE 79, 159 YFC 2,3,4, Choir 2, FTA 3,4, GAA 2,3,4, I-Questers 3,4, Leaders VP 4. WHITE, MARY 79, 129 Debate 4, FTA 4, GAA 4, Nat'l Honor 4, NFL 4, YFC 4, Alexander Ramsey High School, St. Paul, Minn. 2,3. WHITEHEAD, BURT 79 ' Chess 3, Orchestra 2. WHITEHILL, ROGER 79, 164 Chess 2,4, Choir 2, VIC C8rE 4, Track 3. WICKS, SUE 79, 148, 206 Band 2,3,4, YFC 2, GAA 2. WILLIAMSON, CINDI 79, 126 Student Prints 4. WILKE, HENRY 79 WILSON, MARY 80, 122 Band 2,3, Chemistry 4, DECA 4, I-Questers 3,4, Modern Language 2,3,4. WITSCHEN, STEVE 49, 80, 121, 202 Drama 3,4, Projection 3,4. WITTSCHECK, JOY 79, 123, 130 FBLA Pres. 4, GAA 4. WOODARD, PAUL 80 DECA 4, Hi-Y 4. WOODARD, SHEILA 80 YFC 3,4, GAA 2,3. YEAGER, SUSAN Bedford High School, Temperance, Mich. 2,3. YOUNG, BOBBI 80 YOUNG, LINDA 80, 120, 123 FBLA 2. YOUSSEF, GARY Baseball 2,3,4. ZEITNER, TERRY 80, 160 Orchestra 2, Varsity "S" 4, Golf 2,3,4. ZVARA, PETE 80, 127, 160, 171, 172, 174 Student Prints 4, Varsity "S" 3,4, Baseball 3,4, Foot- ball 3,4. Presco Achenbach, Brian 84,204. Adams, Martin 84. Aiken, Mary Jane 84. Allen, Diane 84. Allen, Richard, 84. Allen, Ronald 84. Ammerman, Roberta 84. Ammons, Connie 84. Amsden, Pam 84,l28,136,152. Ando, John 84. Angle, Candee 84. Apple, John 84,l87. Armstrong, Robert 84,I21. Badders, Dave 84. Bailey, Mary 84. Baird, Mary 84,1-45. Baker, Carla 84. Baker, David 84. Baldwin, Rick 84. Ballinger, Jim 84. Barber, Terry 84,160,17l,172,208. Barcus, Gary 84,87,116,117,148,171, 180,181,l85. Barnett, Doris 84,l52. Baum, Ken 84,86,l17,15B,164,165. Bauman, Janet 84. Baumann, Judy 84. Baumgartner, Rosemary 84,1B9. Beery, Charlene 84. Beightol, Mark 84. Bemis, Gary 85. Berndt, Gini 85. Betz. Dave 85,160. Beveridge, Dave 85,15Z,207,2l2. Beverly, Connie 85. Bine, Linda 85,154,156,152,157, Bishop, Kyle 85,l52,215. Bissell, Sue 85. Bitter, Dan 85. Bleckner, Charles 85. Blessing, Pat 85,152. Bloom, Mike 85. Bloomer, Jeff 85,1Z5,148,187. Bluni, Joanne 85. Bockerr, Wayne 85. . Botlnar, Annette 85,117,l25,128. Bonaminio, Ernie 85. Bondy, Dave 85. Borkowski, Shirley 85. Bosch, Mike 85. Boudouris, Terry 85,144,l45,148. Bourdeau, Bonnie 85. Bower, Michael 85,160,l72. Bramson, Robert 85. Brannan, Pat 85. Braun, Marcy 85. Breneman, Mike 85,145,I48. Brown, Bev 85,152. Brown, Brenda 85,9I. Brown, Greg 85,148. Brown, Rose Ann 85. Brown, Wayne 86. Bryan, Sandy 86,145,148, , Colleen 86. ugg, Barbara 86. Bulson, Don 86,l48. Bunting, Joyce 86. Burgess, Connie 86. Burkhart, Becky 86,202,205. Burnard. Mary 86. Burris, Cheryl 86,152. Busch, Rick 86. Bustow, Arlene 86,121. Butala, Sandy 86. Campbell, Bob 86,l71,172. Canham, Hank 86,172. Cavitt, Ron 86,20l. Cawthorn, Robin 86,158. Chambrey, Marcie 86. Childers, Diana 86. Childers, Andy 86. Christopher, Jill 86,189. Clark, Joe 86,145. Clark, Randy 86. Clark, Ray 86. Clark, Willard 86. Clemons, Mark 86,145,148,175, Cleveland, Lynne 86. Cleveland, Pam 86,152. Cole, Linda 86,145. Collett, Lena 86,l54. Collins, Roseerin 86. Compton, Karen 86. Comstock, Linda 86. Comstock. Ron 87,192. Conn, Becky 87. Conrad, Jerry 87. Cook, Wayne 87. Cooper, Joyce 87,155. Corliss, Jerry 87,166,167. Corset, Mike 87. Cousino, Linda 87. Coventry, Linda 87,88,117,l58,152. Cox. Chris 87. Crandall, Jane 87,159. Crandell, Dave 87,145,146,148,206. Crandell, Linda 87. Crosby, Sandy 87. Cross, Sue 87,152.l57. Crossland, John 87,128,131,l55. Crowther, Bob 87,157,160,180,181, , 182,l85. Crum, Janice 87,188. Cunningham, Ron 87. Czaia, Fred 87,140,16O,186,l87. Czaikowski, Sue 87. Dallas, Dave 87,208. Dallas, Toki 87,152. Daniels, Mark 87. Darah, George 87. Dauer, Chuck 87. Davis, Mary 87. Davoll, Charlotte 87. Day. Kenneth 87. DeBlaere. Debbie 87. Denicola, Susan 87,150. Deutsch, Ken B7,l24,I25,128. DeVriendt, Doug 87. Dickson, Leslie 87,l45,148. Bueter B unior Index Dickson, Linda 87,145,148. Dietrich, Denny 87,117,172,192. Diez, Dianne 87. Dipert, Randy 87,148. Domschot. Tom 88.90. Ducote, Wally 88,152,157,204. Ducy, Terry 88. Dukes, Phyllis 88. Earl. Kim 88. Edelen, Rick 88,160,205. Edinger, Bill 88,152,16O,172,174. Edwards, Jackie 88. Egan, Cheryl 88. Ehrmin, Betsy 88. Eichenberger, Kris 88. Ekstrom. Carol 82,88,l52,212. Elden, Lucky 88,l60,164.208. Elekonich, Jerry 88. Ellis, Dave 88,l4S,14B,160,164. Ellis, Delilah 88,130. Erkerr, Julie 88,152,1 88,189,204,215. Ernest, Dennis 88. Ewing, Nancy 88,152. Eynon, Diane 88. Eeldtman. Sue 88,9O. Fetters, Debbie 88,125,158,159,197. Fletcher, Steve 88. Forbes, John 88. Foster. Dave 88. Erankforther, Gary 88. Frirts, Diana 88,l48. Fritz, Denise 88,148. Frost, Carol 88. Fuller, Doug 88. Furny. Par 88. Getzinger, Joe 88,152. Glover, Mary 89. Gomoll. Larry 89,172. Goodremont. Diana 89. Gottschalk, Dave 89. Goulet, Sue 89. Graham, Bill 89. Gramza, Brenda 89. Grant, Goeffrey 89,14O,184. Grant, Greg 89,152,181. Greenwald, Heather 89. Griffin, Barry 89. Grimes, Rick 89. Grissinger, Sue 89,148. Grodi, Mike 89,164 Grubs, Tom 89,152. Gummow, Bill 89. Hall, Becky 89. Hall, Jim 89,91. Hall, Ken 89. Hall, Pat 89. Handel, Georgia 89. Harris, Dave 89,172. Harrison, Jane 89. Harrod, Russ 89,160,172. Hart, Sue 89,148. Hartley, Ruth 89. Hartman, Marsha 89,152. Hassett, James 89. Hauter, Diane 89. Hawkins, Doug 89. Hei-lman, Tom 89. Heiney, Ron 89,141. Helpman, Cathy 89,205. Henegar, Connie 89. Hensley, Ron 89. Hepfingcr, Carol 89,15Z. Herrel, Bill 89. Hill, Larry 90. Hisey, Steve 90. Hite, Clarence 90. Hodge, Brian 90. Hodge, Bruce 9O,12l. Holler, Edward 90. Holmes, Becky 90,205. ' Holmes, Bill 90,121. Hoover, Karen 90,117,139,l52. Hopkins, Chris 9O,152. Horne, Diane 90. Horner, David 90. Householder, Vickie 90. Hughes. Linda 90. Humphrey, David 9O,17Z. Huter, Gerald 90. Hurley, Terri 90,152. Hynes. Frank 90. Iffland, Pam 90. Iott, Rick 90. Jacoby, Joyce 90. Jameson, Jerry 90. Jennings, Brad 9O,94,160,167. jewhurst, Dave 90. Johannsen, Eric 86,9O,1l7,I42,1-46, 148,187,204 Johnsen. Glennis 9O,145,152. Jonas, Richard 90. Jones, Don 90. Jones, Jerry 91. Jones, Sandy 9l,15l,148. Joseph, Valerie 91. Kalmbach, Carolyn 91,128,159. Kalmbach, Tom 91,212. Kamer, Vicki 59. Kanneman, Nadine 91,152. Kean, Korlti 91. Keister, Earl 91. Keller, Don 9l,164. Kelly, Dave 91,157. Kennedy, Dan 91. Kiefer, Ron 91. Kimble, Sucsy 91,148,l55. Kinser. Mary Jo 91. Kirkland, Cathy 91. Klosinski, Phil 91. Koch, Carol 91. Kolling, Doug 61. Kovach, Terri 91. Kovacs, Debbie 91. Kranz, Ken 91,152. Kretz, Steve 9l,16O,164,172. Kreusser, Kathie 91. - Kurtz, Bev 91,152. Lang. Debra 91. LaPoin t, Bernie 91, Leathers, Phil 91. Leichty, Jerry 91. Leighton, Doug 91. Leventry, Jane 91. Lewan, Steve 91,172. Lewandowski, Mike 91. Lewis, Terri 91. Licata, Jim 91. Linver, Janet 91,152. LoFiego, Shirley 91. Lowe, Gene 91. Lowe, John 91,160,164,172,212. Lucan, Pat 91,154,l36,157,Z02, Luettke, Linda 91. Lukacs, Glenn 91,157,171. Lumpkin, Cathy 91,152. Lutter, McCan Don 91,152,14S. n. Mike 9l,164. McDonald, Melanie 91,155. McGovern, Sally 91. McIntyre, Don 92. McKimmy, Gene 92. McKni ghr, Carrol 65. McSorley, Terry 89,92,188,204. McVeigh, Frances 92. Macliacheron, Ray 92, MacKay, Betty 92. Maier, Maier, Mayor, Linda 92. Richard 92. Carole 65. Mangold, LaVon 92. Manning. Maureen 92. Mansor, Dan 65. Mantey, Terry 92. Marsh, Karol 92. Marsh, Karon 92. Marshall. Peggy 64. Mens, Debbie 92,152. Merritt, Beckie 92. Mey, Liz 92. Mierzwiak, Rick 92. Miesner, Robert 92,172. Mihalis, Irene 92. Millar, Dale 92. Miller, Miller Darlene 92,202. J ei? 92. Miller, Jini 92,152,159,189,191,198. Miller, John 92. Miller, Terry 92. Miller, Travis 66. Millis, Laurie 92. Minich, Joy 92,152. Mominee, Brad 92. Montgomery, Kathy 92,148. Mooney, Sam 92,16O,172. Moorman, Robert 92. Moose, Linda 92. Morrissey, Diane 92,l92. Moses, Par 92. Moy, Don 141. Murphy, Mike 92. Myers, Jim 88,92,152. Myers. Vern 93. Nederhouser, Karen 95. Newman, Karen 95,128,136,l52,202. Newmark, Sharon 95. Nuffer, Joe 95,14B. Nuhfer. Wesley 95. Oberli n, Lorrie 93,209. O'Neil. Jay 95. Oscar, Pace, Pam, Debbie 95. Janice 95.120, Mary 95,1.45. Parent, Rick 95,148. Parke, Cathie 95,157,2l0. Parker, James 95. Pascoe, Ed 93,152. Patron, Douglas 93. Pennypacker, Terri 93,190. Phipps, Barb 93,148. Pieczynski, Sharon 93. Poast, Pierce Bill 95. , Diane 95. Poppe, Mark 95. Porter, Dave 88,95,152. Porter, Rick 93. Porter, Ted 95,152,164,181. tt, Larry 93 . Schaaf, Jeff 86,94,117. Scharp, Diane 94. Schieb, Dave 94. Schneider, Steve 94,152,181. Schneider, Sue 94,152. Schuette, Joe 94. Schulmeyer, Hans 94,212. Schumaker, James 94. Schwires, Diana 94. Seabright, Dave 94. Seelman, Craig 94. Seyer, Robin 94. Shanks, Doug 94,152. Sharp, Carol 94,148. Sharp, Ed 8S,95,152,160,172,204. Shelby, Ann 95. Shenelield, Bob 95. Shockey, Nadine 95. Shull, Cynthia 95. Shull, Diane 95. Sidwell, David 95. Siefert, Rick 95. Sigler, Cindy 82.95,128,158. S' K ' 197. levers, arm Silverman, Henry 82,95,192,204,207 Sleik, Susan 95. Slemp, Frances 95. Smeed, Tom 95,148,l60,164. Smith, Carol 95. Smith, Dale 95. Smith, Greg 95. Smith, Janie 95. Smith, Jim 95. 95. 95. Smith, John Smith, Kathy Smith, Randy 95,16O,164. Smith, Vern 95,157,172,186. Smothers, Debbie 95,1B8,191. Sobczak, Gary 95. Southard, Roland 95,121,148,. Sparks, Jim 95. Spaulding, Steve 95,142,152,204, Spitler, Jerri Lee 95,158,148,152. Spitznaugle, Sharon 95,148. Stahl, David 95. Stange, Dave 95,124. Stanton, MaryAnn 95,117,125,152. Stebbins, Tom 95,167. Steele, Judy 95. Steele, Melissa 95,120. Stevens, Bruce 95,148. Stevens, Ron 95. Stewart, Tom 95. Stillwell, Connie 95. Stiner, Coram 95. Stoll, Kris 95. Stone, Don 95,148. Stone, Jim 95. Stone, John 95. Strahota, Rick 95. Straub, Dodie 95. Strausbaugh, Janie 96,148. Strong, Allison 88.96,152,204. Sturtz, Bob 96,125,145,152. Surface, Steven 96. Swentzel, Don 96. Tabb, Roy 96. Tadsen, Thomas 96. Tanasichuk, Toni 96. Tanner, Diane 96,152. Tansel, Doug 96. Taylor, Bob 96. Teaderman, Nadine 96. Telford, Barb 96. Thomas, Donald 96. Thomas, Ronald 96. Tifft, Sue 96,188.20-4. Todd, Wanda 96. Torkarz, Denny 96,128. Tokles, Nicholas 96,l.60,172. Tonkel, Ilene 96. Tovey, Dave 96,145,145,152. Troendle, Mark 96. Turanski, Jean 96. Turanski, June 96. Turner, Karin 96. Turtle, Bruce 96,172. Vancil, Paul 96. VanVorce, Barb 96. Prottengeicr, Paul 95,l.45,148. Puhl, Pam 95. Putnam, Mark 88.95,152,172, Quinnell. Carol 93,116,117,152,204. Raabe, Maureen 95. Radabaugh, Lynn 95,157. Rahla, David 95,152. Raszka, Denny 93,170.171. Rataiski, Colette 95. Rathge, Mike 158. Ravenscroft, Lee 95,152,157,160,164, 180,181,182,185. Ravin, Robert 95.192, Rawlings, Jim 95. Ray, Guion 95,152. Reece, Karen 95. Reemsnyder, Connie 95. Rentner, John 95,124,148,187. Reyerse, Pete 94. Reyes, Tina 94. Reynolds. Pam 94. Rieger, Judy 94. Robinson, Carla 94. Roby. Cher 145,I81. Rodebaugh, Debbie 88,94,152,159, l91,204. Roden, William 94. Roehl, Don 94. Rogers, Carol 94,117,125. Rogers, Robert 94. Romanoff, Judy 94,154. Ruch, Ron 94. Russell, Sharon 94. Ryan, Kathy 94,128,151 Sancrant, Edward 94. Sanders, Cindy 94. Sanderson, Shelley 94. Sass, Debbie 94,148. Sbrocchi, Mike 94. Vincent, Tom 96. Vitou, Paula 9G,148. Wahl, Jack 96. Wahl, Robert 77. Waldron, Linda 96,152. Wamsh Ward, Ward, er, Jerry 96,181. Bob 96. Colleen 97. Waters, Carol 97,152. Watkins, Claude 97. Warts, Karl 97. Webb, George 97. Weiss, Steve 97,186. Wexler, Mark 97. XVheeler, Caryl 97. Whitak er, Karen 97.152, Wickerham, Terry 97. Wfieczorek, Annette 97.155. Wilcox, Tim 97. Wilkinson, Joe 97. Williams, Joe 97. Williamson, Bob 97. Wilson Charles 79. Wilson: Jackie 97. Wilson, LeRoy 80. Wilson Sue 97. Wiltse, Chuck 97,160,l72. Wlobser, Mike 97,148. Woellner, John 97. Wonell, Cheryl 95,97,152. Woodard, Denise 97. Yaw, Mike 97,121, Yoh, Sandra 97,150. Young, Young, Debbie 97,2l0. Jim 97,152,202,205. Zenz, Jack 97. Ziegler, Ziemke Judi 97. Cindy 97,152. Knopp, Allen 104. Rick 110. Abbott, Duane 98,148. Adair, Peggy 98. Addington, Linda 98,117, 1 8. Alberti, Michelle 98,155. 98,117,20S. Alloy, Janet 98. Alschbach. Bob Anderson, Bonni 98. Anderson, Dave 98. Andrew, Denise 98. Ansted, Terry 98. Armstrong. Leonantine 98. Atkins, Robert 98. Aufglgurger, Dale 98,148, Axelson, Paul 98. Baker, Roger 98,184. Ball, Carol 98,148. Ball, Sandra 98. Banner, Shelia 98. Barbarick, Thomas 98. Barclay, Marci 98. Barlowe. John 98. Barricklow, Kevin 98,155. Barricklow. Rick 98. Bast, James 98,148. Batey, Don 98. Baughrnan, Brenda 98,155. Baumann, Kylie 98,148,152. Baumgartner, Randy 98.102, 148.1872 Bayles, Jane 98,148. Bender, Mark 98.117, Benner. Tom 98,184. Bennett. Carol 98. Bennett, Sondra 98. Benson, Deborah 98,117,155 Berry, Cathy 98. Billiard, Bill 98. Bish, Joan 98. Black, Bradford 99. Black, Pamela 98.99. Blakeman, Doug 99. Bleim, Mark 99. Bluni, Joe 99. Boeka, Dan 99,1S5. Bomia, John 99. Bonaminio, Steve 99. Borgelt, John 99. Bosch, Robert 99. Boyles, Lauren 99.155. Braak, Adele 99. Braidwood, Karen 99.154 Brauer, Dolly 99. Brighty, Mike 99. Brockway, Bruce 99. Brown, Becky 99. Brown, Denise 99. Brown, Randall 99. Browning, Thomas 99.176, 184. Buck. Kathleen 99. Buford, Teresa 99. Burnarcl, Donald 99. Busch, Victoria 99. Bush, Robert 99. Byroade, Deborah 99145, 155. Byroade, Pamela 99,145,155 Cade, Dennis 99. Cadmus, Connie 99,148. Carter, Gregory 99. Cashen, Cindi 99,189,198. Chudzinski. Frances 99. Clark. David 99,1-48. Clark, Deborah 99. Clausius, Larry - 99,152. Clowse, Debbie 99.120, Cofer, Deborah 99. Coffey, Diane 99,110,148. Cole, Donald 100,148. Cole, Patricia 100. Collette, Philip 100,148. Collins, Terry 100. Comstock, James 100. Comstock, Larry 100. Comstock, Monica 100,154, 209. Condon, Deborah 100. Cone, Thomas 100. Connors, Timothy 82,86,87, 117. Conroy, Robert 100,180,181 . Cook. Cathy 100,117,209. Cook, Mike l00,145. Cooke, James 100,117,128, 208. Corrigan, Lynn 100. Corser, Jean 100. Cousino, XVanda 100. Covrett, Scott 100,ZO8. Cowles, Marge 100. Craig, Hod 100. Crampon, Pat 100. Crelia, Charlene 100,148. Crider. Deborah 100. Criss. Laura 100. Crosby, Cindi 100. Cross, Sarah 100,158. Cumberworth, Mark 100. Czaia, Dan 100,155. Czaikowski, Carol 100. Dallas, Keith 100. Dannelly. Rick 100. Darowski, Susan 100. Davis, Frank 100,144,145. Davis, Elizabeth 100. Davoll, Christine 100. Davoll, Denny 100. DeBoe, Richard 100. DeBord, Douglas 100. Decker, Barbara 100. DeMoe, Carol 100. Denman, Jeanne 100,155. DeVriendt, Kathy 101. Deye, Terrence 101,117,160, Sophomore Index Dibble, Karen 101. Dick, Larry 101. Dickens, John 101. Diemer, Mike 101. Dietz, Kerry 101. Dirr, David 101, Dominguez, Dora 101. Domito, Renee 101. Dofdgwgfan. Gerald 101,l11, Dorcas, Pam 101,155. Doxsee, Donald 101,155. Drabik, Cynthia 101. Draime, Connie 101,146. Dryer, Ronald 101. Ducy, Mary 101,155. Dudley, Bill 101. Dupy, David 101. Dnvendack, Keith 101. Eaton, Douglas 101. Eberle, Scott 101,128,187. Eby, Emily 101,155. lickel, Debbie 101,l89. IEE, Les 101. Eickholt, John 101. Eickholt, Ralph 101. Iiisler, Debbie 101. Ellis, Bill l01,128,187. Ellis, Kevin 101,154. Emerson, Marie 101. Emery, William 101,148. England, Craig 101,139.186, Ensign, Chris 101. Erausquin, Gigi 101. Erbskorn, Larry 101. Essick, Debbie 101. Etts, Linda 101. Fair, Jerry 101,148. Favors, Melba 101,155. Feeback, David 101. Feeley, Bill 101. Felake, Bob 102,111. Felty, LouAnn 102,148. Ferdon, Dale 102. Ferris, Larry 102. Fillion, Barbara 102. Fink, Brenda 102. Finnigan, Colleen 102. Firsdon, Shelia 102. Fischer, Mark 102. Fisher, Jim 10Z,184. Flanner, Sue 102. Fleck, Doug 102. Floro. Michael 102. Foist, Sherry 102,128,148. Foote, Tom 102. Foster, Jill 102. Fox, Thomas 102. Freeborn. Scott 102. Friess. Tom 102. Fritz, Randy 102. Fromer, Mark 102. Frost, Dorothy 102. Frutiger, Harold 102,185. Fry, Marilyn 102,148. Garrison, Nancy 102,133, 152. Gauthier, Jean 102. Geary, Cynthia 102. Gembolis, Don 102,148. Genson, Andrew 102,144, 145. Gentry, Jeanette 102. Gerard, Linda 102. Giaquinto, Thomas 102. Gilbert. Michele 102. Glanzman, Rick 102. Glase, Jeff 102,185. Gleason, Richard 102. Glover, Lee 102. Goldberg, Dave 102,117,l60. 102,120. Gooden, Carl 102. Gottlieb, William Gottschalk, Peter 128. Graham, Mike A. 98.102, 103. Graham, Mike R. Grant, Barbara 102. Grant, Brad 102,155. Grant, Yvonne 102. 102,148. Graumlich, Lisa 102,117,152, 158. Greenspoon, Sandi 103. Griffey, Avery 103. Grinnell. Judi 103.155, Gunter, Brenda 103, Guss, Howard 103. Hainer, Kathy 103. Hall, David 103. Hall, Joe 103. Hall, John 103,185. Hall, Linda 103. Hall, Patricia 103. I-Iafriitgictt. Duane 103,109, Hanson, JoAnn 103,155. Harris, Marcine 103. Harrison, Tom 103. Hart, Patricia 103. Hartzog, Cynthia 103. Hartzog, Susan 103. Hasselschwert, Dan 103. Hassen. Jolm 103. Hart, Rick 103,120. 1-Iaughey, Jeff 103,185. Hendricks. Brett 103. Hepler. Carol 103. Hepler, Robert 103,184 Hess, Judith 103. Hesselbart, Glenn 103. Hesser, Zelda 103. Hicks, Nola 103,121. Higgins, Kathy 105,155. Hill, Vikki 103. Himmelein, Barbara 103, Hirssig, Scott 103,106. Hobbs, Patsy 105,155. I-Iobling, Louann 103. Hodge, Robert 103. Hoffner, XVilliam 103,1-68. Holmes, Holmes, Ho user, Don 103. Tom 103.128,187. Brenda 103.1-'18, Howard, Shelley 103,152. Howell. Hubbell Hubbell Hubbell Mike 103. , David 103. , Gary 103. Linda 103. Humphiiey, Kimberly 104, 133. Hurley. Tim 104. Huss, Lee 104. Ingle, S andy 104,1-15. Ingle, Steven 104. Jacobs, Lynda 104,190. Jeffery, Debra 104,155. Jeffrey, Dwight 104,l85. oh nson Charles 104. J . Johnson, Jacalyn 104. Johnson, Linda 155. Johnson. Terry 104. Jones. Connie 104. Jones, Kenneth 104. Jones, Steven 104. Judd, Steve 104,148. Julius, bfichael 104. Kahn, Gary 104.181. Kasky, David 104,148. Kaufman, Lisa 104. Keefer, Jean 104,117. Kee-fer, Jet? 104. Kern, Jill 101i,128. Kern, John 104. Kern, Linda 104. Kessler, Howard 104,121. Killam, Dan 104. Kimble, Cindy 104. King, Don 104. King, Sharon 104. Klein. Kyle 104. Knapich, Carol 104,155. Kncpper, Linda 104,189,198. Knudson, James 104,145. Koepfer, Eric 104,121. Koepfer, Kent 104,121. Koeplb- Nancy 104. Koester, Debbie 105,148. Kostanski, Kenneth 105. Kranz. Karen 105,152. Krichbaum, Jennifer 105, 152. Krider, George 105. Krolm, Greg 105,14i5,1fi8. Kruger, Mark 105. Kuehnl, Linda 105. Kuyoth. Tim 105. Lake, David 105. Lang, Bruce 105. Langenderfer, Jay 105,155. LaPointe, Diane 105. Laremore, Anthony 105. I.aRoe, David 105,148. Laughlin, Janice 105,148. Leathers, Karen 105. Leizerman, Jacqueline 105. Lenser, David 105. Leventry, Robert 105,185. Levin, Robert 105,1-'i5,14B, 155. Lewinski, Harry 105. Lewis, Arthur 105,185. Lewis, Gloria 105. Lewis, Janet 105. Lewis. Tom 105. Lindner, Mark 105.152, Ling, Cynthia 105,189. Lino, Donald 105,185. Lisinski, Peggy 105. Long, Jeff 105,133. Lorenzen, Donald 105. Lorenzen, Victoria 105. Love, Suzanne 105. Lowe, Donald 105.152, Lowe, Virginia 105.117, Lower. Gail l05.158. McBride, Natalie 105,155. lkliagann, William 106,155, 7. McCormick, Diane 106.155, McKenney. Steve 106. McNeal, XVI-ialley 106. MacKay, Greg 106. MacKay, Sandra 106. Mahon, John 105. Malaska. Nancy 106. Malone, Robert 106. Maludy, Jeff 106. Marks, Glen 106. Mars. Gerald 106,185. Marshall. Mary 106. Mason, Sally 106. Mnssie, Richard 106. Mattison, Mathew 106. Meeker. Randy 106. Mcisner, Delores 106. Merritt, Gloria 106. Metzger, Robert l06,l48. Metzler. Grace 106. Meyer, Gary 106. Midgley, Scott 106.187,208. Millard, Dave 106. Miller, Betty 106. Miller, David 106,l45. Miller. Jackie 106. Miller, John 106. Miller, Richard 106. Miller, Sandra 106. 256 Miller, Sharon 106. Miller, Susan 106,155. Miller, Tom 106. Moellenberg, Carl 106,152. Moellcnberg, Charles 106, 152. Moesser, Kay 106,155. Morrison, Kim 106. Mosher, Sherman 106. Muchow, Jennifer 106.152. Murphey, James 106,160. 172,184,208 Myers, John 106. Myrice. Henry 107. Nassar, Miriam 107. Nealand, Connie 107,155. Newcomer, Christine 107. Niederriter, George 107. Nielsen, Charlene 107. Nuhfer, Don 107. Nuzum, Jeffrey 107. Nyitray, Sandra 107. O'De1l, Darlene 107. Packard, Mary 107. Paris, Patricia 107.155,158. Parmelee, Charles 107.148, 185. Parseghian, Tom 107. Paul, Tom 107,185. Pepe, Daryl 107. Perkins, Harley 107. Peters. James 107,160,172, 184. Pfaif. Bruce 107. Phillips, Mel 107. Pierce, Pat 107. Pohlman, Karen 107,148. Pohlman, Linda 107,1-i8,190. Poole, Robert 107.185. Pratt, Larry 107,121,155. Pridgeon, Jeff 107. Provencher, Timothy 107. Pruden, Part 107. Puszczewicz, Diane 107. Quetschke, Debra 107,148. Radzinski, Greg 107. Rahla, Charles 107,154. Randall, James 107. Rasmussen, Debie 107. Rathge. Diane 107. Smith. Nancy 109. Smith, Roger 109. Smith. Tom 109. Smith Valerie 109. Smythic, Scott 109,117,185 Snead, Chuck 109. Snyder, Robert 109. Snyder, Roberta 109. Spadctti, Peter 110,148. Spiigliding, Denny 110,152, Stanbery, Alan 110. Stark, Michael 98,110,l.17, 1fi8.185. Starks, Jerry 110,145. Stautzenbach, Sharon 110. Steele, Judy 155. Stewart, Ralph 110. Stichter, Kristen 110,155. Stoll, Sandy 110. Stoler. Victor 110. Storer, Randy 110,152,156, l60,l85. Stotler, Joan 110,148. Stowell, Bruce 110. Strickland, Mary Jane 110. 148, Strong. Alice 110. Stuard, Bernard 110. Sullivan, Pat 11O,184. Sullman, Donna 109. Surber. Jill 110,157. Surprise, Joyce 110. Sussman, Tom 110. Swaiiord, Edna 110. Swentzel. Steve 110. Swiczkotvski, William 110. Switalo, Thomas 110. Szmania, Pamela 110,144, 145,155. Szychowski, Elaine 110. Szymanski, Kathy 110. Szymkowiak, Craig 110, Tabner, hlike 110. Talmo, Janet 110,1-48. Tansel, Randy 110. Taylor. Cathy 110,157. Taylor, Leslie 110. Taylor. Thomas 110. Terry. Robert 110. Textor. Ray, Barry 107. Reinstein, Larry 108. Reneau. Barbara 108. Rhoades, David 108. Richards, Judy 108,155. Richardson, Danny 108. Rickenbacher, Jill 108,133, 145,152, Ridge, Leighanne 108. Rios, Sara 108. Risher, Kevin 103.152.1B7. Risher, Steve 108,148,160 Roberts, John 108. Robison, Linda 108,158. Roby. Pam l08,152. Rodebaugh, Pam 108,155, 190. Rogers, Michael 108. Rohweder, Linda 108. Root. Dennis 108. Rosenberger, DaLee 108.155 Rosenbrock, Cl1arles 108. Rotsinger, Jay 108. Rourke, Elaine 108. Rubin, Gail 108. Rubin, Marcia 108. Ruch, David 108. Ruse. Linda 108,155. Ruswinkle, Sharon 108. Saltzman, James 108,lZ1, 1118. Sandbrink. Carol 108.157, 209. Sands, Marilyn 108. Sass, David 155. Savidge, Mike 108.185. Savory, Lester 108. Saylor, William 108. Schaffer, Pamala 108. Schafstall, Charles 108,184. Schladetsch, Barbara 108. 155. Scholz. Phil 108. Schumacher, Mark 108. Schwartz, Bob 109. Schwartz, William 109. Srhwirzinski. Linda 109. Schwirzinski, Nancy 109. Scott, Diana 109. Scott. Janis 109. Sc-adin, Debbie 109.128,148. Sears, Julie 108,109. Seidl, Kenneth 109.148. Sengstock, Lloyd 109,187. Seretsky. Brian 109,208. Seycr, Kathy 109. Shannon, Melinda 109,128. Sharp, Paul 109. Sharp, Terry 109,l28,172. Shay, Jerry 109. Shepard. Jayne 109. Shock, Barbara 109,155. Shonk, Randy 109,160,172, 186. Shoup, Julie 109. Simggi, Miriam 108.l09,121, 1 . Smalley, Barbara 109. Smawley, Mike 109. Smith. Charles 109. Smith, Dan 109. Smith, James 109. Smith. Karen 109. Smith, LouAnn 109. Smith, Mary 109. Thebeau. Chris 110. Thomas, Thomas 110,148. Thom, Janet 110. Thomson, Bruce 110. Tomazewski, Barb 110. Tooker, Dartina 111,1SZ. Trala, Greg 111. Trcdway, Randy 107,111. Tropf, Cathy 79,111,152, 202. Turnbull, Peter 111. Tusch, Kurt 111. Tuttle, Karen 111. Tuuri. Jonathan 111. Tyler, Tom 111,184. Ulgener, Kathleen 111,128, 1fi6,148. Ulrich. Delores 111,155. Underhill, Karen 111,157, 158. Urbanowicz, David 111. Urbanowicz, John 111. Valo, Tom 111,148. Vandcrhoff. Kathie 111,120. Vanlirt, Janis 111,155. Vereb, Linda 111. Vitou, Mark 111. Wfaggoner, Richard 111. Waldron, Keith 111. Walker, Beth 1l1,154. Wallace, Ronald 111. Walters, Rebecca 111. XValthall, Patricia 111. Wandersee, Peggy 111. Waslier, Cathy 111,155. Wlattleworth. Chris 111. Wfebb, David 111. Wleed. Harold 111, Wlcikinger, Mike 111. Xveinstein, Mark 111. Wlciss, Dennis 111. Wells, Clark 111. Wells, Kathie 111. NVelty, Janette 98,111. Wfening, Paula 111. West, Judy l12,152. Xlifhite, Sarah 112,148,190. Whittaker. Jack 112. Wilcox, Edward 112. Wilhelmi, Alex 112. Wfilhelmi, Linda 112. XVilliams, Icla l12,155. Wlilliams, Jeff 112. Xlflilliams, Nancy 112,148. Williamson, Billie 112. Williamson, Bob 112. Wfillinmson. Curt 112,139.15 Wlisnofske. Paul 112. Xllfittscheck, Dawn 112. Wood, Diane 112,155. Xllloodard, Amy 112,145. XY'right, Steve 128. Xllfuwert, Jane 112. Yeager, Laura 112. Young, Becky l12,154. Zahn, Deborah 112. Zander, Larry 112. Zcchman, Thomas 112,l39, l-l5,l52,l56,lB4. Zeitner, Vicki 112,155. Ziegler. Robert 112. Zinn, Randolyn 112,155,211 Zunk, Ronald 11Z,139,l85. Zytkus, Victoria 112. Eager faces bond with others to follow the footsteps left behind. , "aes: ,.,. i f W ,Y -pp,-,.... Again the ties of friend, student, teacher, believer join separate individuals to form a harmonious union. Bridges span differences to weld the links in the continuous chain of life. 257 22351 w Qs wig' -- 5 14 'HZ B: Q 4 I E J 13 Jn- A hush surrounds the structure of learning as adults emerge to stand alone. Lockers are closed and the last bell rings. Memories pervade the hearts of all who struggled to excel. Door of the unknown future opens. I, r X Joy and sorrow, tears and laughter echo in the now silent chambers. 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