Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH)

 - Class of 1962

Page 1 of 156


Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Cover

Page 6, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1962 Edition, Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1962 volume:

li 15 i if ? fi , ,1 Ti , 1 1 I'-I E r 9 6 2 W' N INDIAN VILLAGE UQQER SANDUSKY HIGH Samoa. UQQER SANDUSKHOHIO EDITOR1 Bvsmass MGR.: JUDY HHXIS ROGER CASTANIAN ADVISOR1 MRS SALLY QOTTFRIED Mr. Robert Wagner, Mrs. Joseph Bringman, Susan Stein, Marc Hart. 4 F 1 w FoREwoRD 5? It is with much pride that my staff and I present to you the 1962 Indian Village. While looking through this annual, we hope that you will be reminded of the many happy days you spent at U.S.H.S. My sincere thanks go to my co-operative staff for their assistance in making this publication possible. Judy Hines 1 Editor -in-chief ii w 1 l 2 , I Lowell Boar, Linda SENIORS . ............... UNDERCLASSMEN FACULTY ....... ACTIVITIES .... Swartz, IVIVS. Rush Fowler. Mr. Ray Hmnman. TABLE OF CONTENTS 10 SPORTS ........ .... 7 8 20 HI-LITES ........... .... 9 6 . . . .32 ADVERTISEMENTS. . . . . .'l'l0 ....42 INDEX........... ...136 3 is S C. E. Bennett, Superintendent of Schoolsg H. L. Mason, David Needs, Wayne Myers, Morris Kuenzli, Carl Gerber, Members of the Board of Education, DEDICATION We, the Annual Staff of the Upper Sandusky High School. dedicate this 1962. INDIAN VILLAGE to the progress of the new school, in hopes that the educational opportunities to be found within the new school will enrich the minds and lives of future generations as our minds and lives have been guided and improved by the present knowledgeable surroundings. 4 OCTOBER 2, 1961, The topsoil has been scraped off and the building is being laid out with batter boards. The workers are putting bank run gravel in for fill. This is the northwest corner of the building. PROGRESS PICTURES NOVEMBER 1, 1961. The trenching machine is excavating for the placement of drainage tile around the building. This section will be the home economic and the science labora- tories. aim... - Y. 1-1 1 X- .rf . sm. . 1.5.1,- DECEMBER 5. 1961, This is the foundation for the exterior wall along the boiler room. In the background are the library and the language and the science laboratories. DECEMBER 5. 1961. The workers are laying the sanitary sewer lines between the interior and exterior walls along the cafeteria and kitchen. The Student Commons is in the back- ground. 6 I APRIL l. 1962. The plumbers' soil anddrainpipes are being installed in the corridor lead- ing to the library. APRIL 1, 1962. Thelaborers are installing bridging and pipe insulation in the The foundation Walls are ready for the bar joist. corridor lead ing, to the Vocational Agriculture Department. M, . . . , ' A ' ve , . - vw 'rf' '- ". '. 'ri - .- ' f ' ' -. . ' Jn- mi, E-6.339-"f1r4'I'Tin-'2j'X',l 5 f. .if--Aiwa: .QU ,fu 1-my , DM - . , vi A.. , 3352: 1 .. L wg. 'N Q A QR... ..-1 . V, , - ,. .--1 ,fi-5 'fgms:.g.- wiS,f,ff -gggi-V-M. . . -, 6 - Q 'f e j if ' . ' ' k"2"'f" "' SY N ' . . W X -. f .K .. '3 wiww-yi Self .3 v. , p .4 L. X - "X TZ ' 3' Y' - - I r 1-3"'1rw-pw -N if-.image-Q ' X' 2' . .. - Q" A X " 'P' r. -' l N 5-r 3, ,...- K,-fr -.Q A, NX " N- ' i f . ' Az-W' L ' K - . .43 53 .l .M .M V Y. ' 5 4 .......,..... . . Miswmx ji" .gnigu 1,1 - '-Q . ' . ': e..,,.K.. ff- . . , :Q . -' if" , ' - W- "mug ' Q . ' , W - ...M-We ""'-'lf ' X 3 11- .Q ' .-,. - - ' Sa or X- - . . W' .... .. .,., ' mr! "W" -.w.,. or f N ' ' A five .. .4 K wx... ..., 945' -Q fs-Tri, M A' "vm " ' -U ., E . . S' iw 'L '- '1 ff ,Q""'Wf54 515 F-Q. -- -, -.,. .Z "-1 -fu r -. .. + ., ., ATL' , ' - - . ....,-'.. f M Q.. X. Lf, ' -N f.,.,v-x. W R, -.L . i U wwf: ,wfwg qmyugl -giifyw 3 . Qaq q g ...if .. ' ' ef, 1 1 . ' M' 'A 'QXFX rr sf-ggi 2-' 'M , . . ,Q WR- . - j- f ' --"1 -r. ' f'- " -." Q' "" - 1' . '- . . Q . 1 . ,. f. S.: nf f-2 Y- TY ,. '1'2rc.1.., 'j '. ' 351-V 3' 1.i...2S,,3'fwg .NJ-75' .f"?g'4:: nemo W., -'X . -I ' , Q - -gl ' 5112? ffl- ,c,5k5?f'.tg .L - -. ' - -, -,Q5,Qfi:7lXgQQ5sf 'T2 +5g3i:iS:zg.Mm.'w,4...QHp3fl",'g,...fig ..-:gl 35 f..., "":1+xgg3v4.-3..ofi-' "'g5w,,., - ..y..,, 'tbifg A-,-,,.A-'Qg.,..e:,.'iff1...4.f'5f-Ln: - 5. 1' . .,j-fn-ef' ewffs.. -f 'I' - -...gm - -ef.,-:. ,'.,125F:'-- -"'-gffr-.ik '-... Tqhffgz' 1 W' 1-.1 . A M, -X x XR " . T' - 1 i-'..:"-ri-'RW ,.Z"'-rf,- .-gs'-.5 ar " ..,'gix6' 2'-az, yf.,: .-peg ...R-,pt Qfgfm, :Q 3, ' .h .Jig V ' .K - j i, 'ggi ., .W-.V M -. Pr' K-3wigvpaw3m.?2A, rx. :Q-:w1','. :QM 11- 14. . wwe, R. . f - . we-V .f N. ea l -- X .. - v- . ,rw-Q r. A . .Mmm--,..-. ., EBSQ, z.,l,.gM-,. H .-.-f.- wr., Q. ..., ..,. .. .. .ef f.: +A.. -rv Q '+,15:5,ftgs5. ,5 .gl . .. .mix aw- V ,. . W w.2,ew',Q. . K . . y r . fa N- . A . s - . new-191 N , .T 'UST' 'M"j1..., fffffvvfiwzzlwm:-M r Yao-K .-1 .: :Www . ..sg..gk- --. 6- N, --.x.?w--- fy - 'A ..+qu,,K:- E 4.1.-fx-.x.5,. r: .W . , -- .. . gr: iv: - ' .. 1- W U ,.fkxQgQ.gW:M Q. . . . . 3, .:,,.,,:x,.-'wr Mggkwnsl f. iz-.A My x 33.75 Q. -f x . . ., y.,,- ,iq A 19.wz,,.gk" '-3'- ..5'.:"-'W' .- ff..g,,k1,4,5 r.-1-'V fir" 53.-F"f'.IeE'f'f1h.5 , was-faff fp .""ff1 xrr' -ffl ffffifx. -"iff fa.:-Q " l:1xe-vf-2-- 4' if-:af .p ,f lmfvh 7 f 46 QX L 'fag wil! wk Ne A v dxf 9-'fE.:E -14 Zia! 5,15-ST 6 . - iixaqv ff ff ff? I, v ,J 1 , xxx XX Sgsg XS N Q q", - fi ff I E Q '- aw wx - R, Senior officers: Judy Scheck, treasurer. Mr. Charles Hood, advisor, Dal Heckathorn. president, Bud Hawkins, vice president, Shirley Beamer. secretary. ' I pi Robert Allen Barrett Shirley Ann Beamer Carol .loan Best David Rex Bolenbaugh so x X . NW es R Y i c i X K ..... 1 S Q' S x Nfifilii-l' :ff 5 . 'WE' sf X A -.,e:. - X 3 , ' s -A 1 . . L ' S, it . .2 X. .rx fu - V , 1 semi Christine Louise Bower David Wayne Brewer William Paul Bringnian Susan Kay Brown E 5 Lowell Lester Bear Marvin Louis Bennett Connie Karg, Karen Koehler, Jim Evans, Mary Creger, Barb Richardson, Sandy Larick, and Joyce Kail are impatiently waiting to receive their senior pictures. Richard Keaton Carroll Cecil Clyde Caskey 1 Roger Alan Castanien Roberta Lucille Cattran Nancy Lee Clark Lois Ann Colwell Seniors Celia Harmon, Kathy Herald, and Glenn Mohre cheerfully exchange pictures with underclassmen Becky Hathaway and Steve Bowman as well as with their fellow classmates, Peggy Lou Culver John R. Curlis Hal'Old COOli Barbgiy-3 Jgan CUX Y A SQ X L5 X - :- 2 ueee X X E -1F Rl.f":f?. ' .-., i S 1. ii -.i... . we 'if , fs? if iiifii -1- is Q ' - iN Mary Ann Creger Bibic Wayne Dickason Barbara Critchet Army Wells Diller H i James Albert Evans Jeanne Ann Evans Mark D. Everett Gladys Marie Foreman Rachel Steiner and Shirley Beanier represented Upper Sandusky at Girls' State, Virginia Josephine Gallegos Olive A. Gatehell Albert Edwin George Dwight W. Gibson Mary Anne Feeley Louise Evelyn Foreman i 1 Jon David Garner Fred W.'Gillen 1 , l James Kent Green Lloyd Dallas Heckatliorn s l Darlene Gaye Hansel .U ,un 1 LIU,-tcrrl l s l Paul Janies Grotli Celia Ann lfleirnion Jill M. Hendricks 4 l Allen Barrett, who represented Marseilles. and Clinton Jaqueth, Al George. and Bill Bringrnan, who represented Upper Sandusky, were privileged to attend Boys' State. Tlionias E. l-lensel Kathleen Suzanne Herald Judy Ellen Hines Delno F. Hotelling Clin 1' lu s lloxxigi rd llziwlains Linda Kay Jacobs Clinton L. J aqueth Joyce Elaine Kail Connie Joyce Karg A1'U1OI1 Eugene Kerns J E ames dward Kerr :E i Lowell Bear, Nancy Clark, Betty Newell, Diana Pfeifer, Roberta Cattran. Christine Bower, and Rex Bolenbaugh look at the many historical pieces in the museum While the government classes went on a field trip to the Court House J nis Elizabeth Kiehl Donald Wesley Kiess Sandra Lee Kilgore Robert Kinley Evelyn Mae Koehler V-,1-an Q.-A ff 1 ' Teri E. Kraus Jacqueline R. Kuenzli Sandra Lee Larick David Wesley Lear Roger Castanien and Dick Carroll repair the piano so the assembly with Mr. Guastella could be com- pleted. Norma Gloria Lozano Michael R. McConnell 5 K 4 I a ,::- .:...,.:.. , M Drusilla Elayne Leightey Linda Louise Leiglituy Henry Lodge Anita Mae Long Minerva Marie Martinez Mary Elizabeth Mason s Phxllls Ann Merxx ITIL DL nmb .TOL Mcxxlwox L01 Carol Christine Mille 1' Pete 1' Edward Milligan Betty Ann Moore Raymond T Mobes Denms A Mundy Marua Sue Myers Betty Ann Newell Donna Maru Or1anS Diana Lynn Pfeifer Kenneth L. Riedlinger Danny Anthony Rall Sharon Ann Rice Barbara Ann Richardson .Tune J'. Roberts -1 X Larry Joe Roszman Torhmy Eugene Sayre 4 .To Ann Rowe Last year as juniors, the seniors enjoyed decorating the high school auditorium and welcoming the seniors into their "Tahitian Tempo." Pete Milligan, Ruth Warfel, Carol Miller, .Tim Weaver, Celia Harmon, Tom Vaughn, Al George, Mike McConnell and Jackie Kuenzli talk about the colorful decorations, beautiful dresses, and dance- able music. Judy Kay Scheck Mary Kathleen Schertzer Michael A Schoenberger Q 4 X 1 n xr ,dal- if .fiffa m 4 N 4 71 , mb , v I , ' .6" .. I , av"-' ' A ',e?2y'fQ'yl ..v' L., 'YM' ,' at Y Linda Kay Swartz Weaver, the serviceg Diana Pfeifer, a vocationg and Dave Garner and Karen Koehle Phyllis Carol Voorheis my Clyde F. Swavel Jack Tooman Franklin Harry Ulrich Mary Ann Ulrich Ruth Ellen Van Buskirk ...V 1 ..-li 'L b if Willis Dudley Van Buskirk Clayton Thomas Vaughn r, marriage. James S. Weaver Judy L. Wisner Emily Kathrine Young Robert Albert Pat Arnold Marjorie Barick Roleen Bay Larry Beidelschies Terry Bookmeyer Bryan Borkowsky Marcia Brents Diane Brickner Richard Brott Diana Brown Jeannette Burns Jerry Case Terry Cleveland George Cornish Darlene Courtad Shirley Davison Kenneth Davis Connie Day Mary Day Pat Denney Allen Dible Jerry Dillion Sue Evans Connie Frank Doug Frisch Geraldine Frisch Carolyn Fulk Carolyn Gatchell Sue Gerber Sharon Getz Barbara Gier Mike Gillespie Lynda Goodman Charlene Gottfried James Grafrniller JUNIORS OFFICERS Ray Harnrnan ...... Paul Kolhoff . . . . Connie Day. . . . . John Roth . . . .. President Vice -Pre sident Secretary Treasurer Donna Passett Marianne Pfleider Elizabeth Radwick Harriet Rall Helen Rall Joyce Ratliff John Reed Judy Rhoden Otis Rigney Murrel Riley David Risser Richard Ritter Jim Rornick Diane Ross John Roth Judy Rothlisberger Sharon Sanderson Dennis Schindler John Grafrniller Kandee Grossman Mike Grossman Ed Grove Judy Guthrie Ray Hamman Ann Harman Larry Harmon Mary Harmon Sharla Heck Ron Heckathorn Rose Horn Karen Huffman Don Karg Rita Karg Gerald Kemmerly David Kieffer Bonnie Kiess Dennis Kimmel Gary Kin Bill Koehler Paul Kolhoff Geraldine Lear Rosann Logsdon Norma Long Gary McCreary Allen Martig Karla Martin Pat Martin Penny Miller Jim Morris Dwight Myers Allen Oates Carla Ober Joyce Osborn Douglas Owens As sophomores, the juniors served at the Jr.-Sr. Prom, "Tahitian Tempo." Rosie Logsdon and Sharla Heck are shown in their grass skirts and leis. 22 B-ill Schoenberger Darvan Schoenberger Donna Schoenberger Virginia Shephard Dan Shields Sandra Shireman Bradley Slemmer Ray Smith Tom Smith Monte Southward .Terry Soule Ken Starling Rita Stiefel Mike Strasser Rose Ann Thiel Helen Thiel Ladeen Thomas Robert Tilton Dan Trease Barbara Ulrich Glenn Van Horn Kathleen Vaughn Marilyn Vehrs Sharon Walton Gary Ward Francis Weaver .Tim Weaver Fred White ' Sharon Williams Bob Witzel John Witzel Bob Wolfe Mike Wolfe Joanne Young Sandra Zimmerman Jean Zumkehr Cornelia fDiane Rossi hides behind her hat to cover her measle-spotted face as Dick Uerry Soulel, Leo QBob Tilton? and Emily fBonny Kiessj convince the Inspector KMarcia Brentsl that they are all in perfect health and ready to land in Paris. Gary Alban Judy Archer David Arter Dan Baldwin Marsha Barrett Chuck Bartholomew Jim Beidelschies Ronald Bell Mary Benton Barbara Bils Beth Borton Virginia Book Don Boucher Marilyn Boutwell Steve Bower Steve Bowman Sharon Brown Larry Clark Ron Clark Gary Clawson Ron Corfman Darlene Cottrell Graham Couch Addie Crum Ron Culver Sharon Daiber Sharon Dible LaVerne Dillon Susan Drew Caroline Ernptage Sandra Fleck Doris Foreman Lawrene Foreman Jim Fox Liz Gerber Gary Goodman SOPHOMORES oFFlcERs Randy Wood . . . . President Cheryl Kail . . . . Vice-President Sydne Rome. . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer 23 m David Markley Michele Martin Mary Melroy Bernie Miller Dave Miller Sharon Miller Virginia Myers Dan Newell Reva Niederkohr Torn Niederkohr Torn Nordyke Cynthia Nye Mike Orians Jim Packer Jim Penwell Floyd Penwell Karen Penwell Gloria Phillips Gloria Gottfried Sharon Gottfried Susan Gottfried Ted Gottfried Richard Grafmiller Vicky Grossman Patricia Hall Becky Hathaway Susie Heilman Kathy Henry Tom Hickinbotharn Torn Hilderbrand Jim Hogan Bob Hollanshead Dan Hooper Sue Householder Gordan Hughes Marie Iles Connie Jacobs Pat Jividen Sue Jordan Esther Keller Doris Kieffer Rita Kolarik Jim Kolhoff Richard Kraus Judy Kuenzli Ed Landversicht Richard Lash Dave Lawrence Marilyn Lawrence Mary Ann Lear Patricia Lear Bob Liles John McCord Marilyn McMinn Mike Phipps Stephony Preble Albert Rall Patricia Rall Darrell Rhoden Marie Rice Betty Roberts .Tim Robertson Wes Robinson Sydne Rome Gary Sandridge Mike Savidge Larry Shearer Jim Shields .Toe Shull Dorothy Shumake r David D. Smith David E. Smith Ricky smith Connie Snyder Robert Spiegel Nelson Spitler Shirley Stagger Richard Stalter Ros emary Stalter Dale Stansbery Jan Stephan Al Stoneburner Nelson Summit Fred Swartz Linda Swartz Steve Tesmer .Tim Thomas David Thompson Barb Tivenan Ed Ulrich Anna Van Scoder Ron Vent Sharon Voorheis Rosie Warnement Joan Welly Paul Wentling Linda White Kay Vehrs Pat Wolfrum Janice Williams Barbara Will Randy Wood Bob Yeater Janet Zischkau Bernie Acton Dwight Altvator John Amert Fred Balduf Roger Barrie Franklin Barth Martha Bartholomew David Beard Allen Bell Tim Benner Bob Blair Bill Blankenship Mike Book Tommy Book Richie Booth Patsy Bosley Carl Bowen Sue Bowersox David Bowling Kathy B1-eski Dakota Brinson David Brown Mary Bryant Linda Carey Larry Cattran Jim Chadwick Don Chance Carol Clingman Parn Clingman Greg Comer .Tirn Corfrnan Sandy Courtad Sherry Courtad Torn Creger Andre Criner Denny Critchet FRESHMEN OFFICERS Denny Myers ...... President Karen Ellis . . . . . Vice-President Larry Cattran. . . . . Treasurer Bob Swartz .... . . Secretary 26 Gary Heckathorn Larry Hemmerly Jeff Hickinbotharn Bev Higgins David Hoopes Janice Hotelling Sharon Hotelling Jane Hull Mike Hutchinson Tom Iles Betty Johns John Karg Sharon Karg Mike Klein Ronnie Kleinlein Carol Kennedy Kenny Kerr Kathy Kieffer Cheryl Culver Ramona Cupp Kathy Daulton Cliff Davis Cheryl DeBolt Reuben DeBolt Connie Denney Daryle Dible Judy Eblin Barb Eley John Eley Karen Ellis Mike Emerine Louie Emick Bill Evans Shelby Evans Denny Eyestone Donna Feeley Linda Field Connie Fleak Eddie Fox Arthur Franklin Ann Frisch Joe Gallegos Carl Gatchell Tom Gottfried John Grossman Mary Groth Shirley Guthrie David Hablitzel Darrel Hamlin Pam Hare John Harmon Mike Harmon Linda Hastings Opal Heavlin Torn Kiess Marilyn Kin Bob Kirchner Jan Koehler Michelle Koehler Mike Kraus Ronnie Kuenzli Sandy Kuenzli Jim Kurnrnerer Sharon Kurnmerer Danny Larnbrite Joyce Landversicht Keith Lane Judy Lanker Larry Larick Juanita Lee Robbie Lee Daniel Leightey Sandy Link Teresa Logsdon Joyce Loverich Martha Lozano John Luman Wenda Maclaren Charlene McClain Kathy McDaniel Linda McDannel Sue Mewhorter Janet Miller Joan Miller Kathy Miller Paul Miller Phyllis Miller Ricky Miller Sandy Miller Steve Miller Tl Karen Moore Barb Mossburger Jeff Mouser Denny Myers Jim Myers Terry Nance Terry Nordyke Sue Nutter Sue Orians John Par sell John Patchet Bob Pfleider Walter Phillips Ronnie Pool David Powell Rogette Powell Doris Reidlinger Carol Rice Fred Richardson Susan Rife Carol Ritter BarbARitterspach Kay Ritterspach Garth Robinson David Thiel Diane Thiel Kenny Thiel Sharon Thiel Jerry Thomas Jack Timmons Denny Trease Jim Troup Jim Ulrich Rita Ulrich Mary Alice Vent Tom Wagner Charlotte Walton John Wanamaker Joyce Ward Mary Weaver Nancy Weaver Larry Westerman Sharon Wolford Gary Young Mike Young Susan Young Dick Zimmerman Linda Ross Karen Rossel Nancy Roszman Sam Roszman Jeff Roth Lynn Rothlisberger Linda Rowe ' Diane Russell Sue Sams Tim Santschi Danny Schertzer Jan Schnepp Gary Schoenberger Pam Schoenberger Carl Seales Hal Sheaffer Tom Sheaffer Linda Sipe Tom Slemmer Beverly Smith Jim Smith Kathy Smith Bob Stagger Karen Stansbery Joe Steiner Andy Stephens John Stober Donna Stout Cheryl Stumpp Kathy Sturgeon Bob Swartz Clara Swartz Bev Swerlein Rosalie Swiegard Carol Swinehart Jim Taylor 'aff N v, :IZ fl r ' . i'.' , , P! 1 Xxpxll F' Q91 ,'-EY' ' fd adj, 'P Q - .Q 4 N ,Q Q jaw ,ff A , Sw . X Q Mr. Howard Smith, Principal, Mr. Eugene Bennett, Superintendent, Mr. Robert Troupo, Board Clerk. TY I extend my congratulations to the seniors of Upper Sandusky High School. To many of you, this has been a wonderful year, and it has been a genuine pleasure for me to serve as your high school principal. I feel confident that you will recall the many fine days you spent together as a class. I have been especially impressed with your determination to carry your work to a suc- cessful conclusion and the tolerance with which you have adjusted to new classmates, new teachers and new situations. May your memories be those of days well-spent and may your efforts be suitably re- warded. Sincerely 32 P rincipal SIE Mr. August Yoder, Dean of Boys OUR DEANS Mrs. Margaret Witzel, Dean of Girls AND GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mr. Paul Cvroth Guidance Counselor .IOHN L. BORTON Ohio State Univ.. BS. in Agr. Vocational Ag ricultu rv F.F.l-X. FREDERIC CRINER Univ. of Toledo. A.B. English. Latin, French. Sopho- more Class. Orange 81 Black Proofreader. MYRTLE BIDWELL Heidelberg College A.B. Home Economics I E A F RICHARD FAULKNER Wittenberg Univ., Ohio Univ., B.S., M.A. American History, World History, Fresh- man Class. Varsity U, Football, Freshman Basketball and Golf. A. J. BISHOP Ohio State Univ., B.S. in Agr. Vocational Agriculture F.F.A. ED FISHER Muskingum College A B Head Basketball Coach, Asst, Track Coach. Phy. Ed., Health. Driver Ed. ELIZABETH BURNETT Findlay Col- lege. Univ. of Colorado, Univ of Michigan, A.B.. M.A. General Matheriiatics, Algebra I. Hi Teens , BETTY CUNNINGHAM Fairmont State College, A.B. Horne Economics II. RAY D. GOTTFRIED Bowling Green State Univ.. B.S. Industrial Arts I and II, Ad- visor to Hi-Y. RAY H AMM AN Allentown Business Col- lege. Virginia Polytechnic Inst.. Prince- ton Univ., Bluffton Col- lege, Bowling Green Univ.. Ohio State Univ., A.B., M.A. World History. American Government. Orange 8: mm- FREDERICK FLEEMAN Antioch College A,B. Chemistry, Algebra II, Solid Geometry. Trigonometry. Junior Class. ALICE FOWLER Findlay College. Ohio State Univ.. A.B. Senior English-- Literature and Condpo- sition. Practiral English XII. .IuniorPlay. SALLY J. GOTTFRIED Bowling G reen State Univ .. B .S, English I and II. Advisor to Annual STANLEY HINDINIARCH Ohio State Univ .. B .S . , B.M. Band Black. CHARLES W. HOOD CHARLES H. JORDON Indiana State Teachers Bradley Univ., B.S. College. Ohio State Univ.. B.S., MS. Industrial Arts, Hi-Y Co -Sponsor, Fre shrnan Biology, Senior Class. Class. ELLEN E. MATTESON Ohio Northern Univ., Western Reserve Univ., A.B. B. Li- brary Science School Librarian, EVELYN M. NEUMEISTER Asbury Col- lege, Ohio State Univ., A.B., M.A, English 9, Speech, Extra- curricular Speech. FREDERICK W. KOENIG Heidelberg College, A.B., Tiffin Univ., B.S.C. Bookkeeping, General Business, Commercial Law, Economics, Visual Ed. DEAN MCCUTCHEN Ohio Northern Univ., Indiana Univ., B.S., M.S. Algebra l, Geometry, Athletic Co-ordinator. I JAMES SCHOENBERGER Ohio State, B.S., M.A. Physics, General Science, Science Club, Public Address Club, Graduation Sponsor. RUTH M. SPIES Northwestern Univ., B.M. Chorus, Choir, Elemen- tary Vocal Music, Thespians, Sr. Class Play, Radio Club, Tri- Masque. CLAUDE NEISWANDER Syracuse Univ. A.B. Science 9 and 7. DOROTHY C. PARSELL Heidelberg College, Bowling Green State Univ., A.B. English II and HI, F.T.A. s WALTER WHITE Central State B.S. Business Edu- cation, Ste- nographer Club, Conces sion Super- JOYCE A. SUTTON Ohio Univ., Ohio State Univ., B.F.A., B.S. High School Art, Junior Prom Advisor, Art Club. N fini A KATHERINE TUCKER Denison Univ., A.B. Spanish, Asst. Sponsor of Hi-Teens. s MARGARET WIT ZEL Wittenberg, Univ. of Wis- consin, Find- lay College, Bowling Green State Univ. Health and Phy, Ed., Dean of Girls, Cheer visor. x leaders, Pep Club. Mrs. Beulah McNelly, Principal's Miss Grace Slemrner, Superintendent's Secretary Secretary iii I ,W , .... . Mrs. lvlilton OUR COCKS The Cooks, under the su- pervision of Mrs. Denman. carefully prepared our meals every day. Their well-bah anced dietprovided us with the "brainfood"wliich is a neces- sity to every student. Mrs, George Denman Hoover, Mrs. Harold Phillips. Mrs. Ev1rettR b L o ey. Mrs. Fred Young, X? BUS DRIVERS Because of the complexity of getting all the bus drivers together at one time, a picture of thebus drivers was not taken this year. However, this does not mean that these people have been forgotten. Surely the students will never forget the many bus rides to and from school, and also the many special trips which these drivers have made. CUSTODIANS To the custodians of U.S.H.S. the student body wishes to ex- press its appreciation for the extra time they spend to help with the many dutie s which m ake our school iriore pleasant. Mr. Lawrence Rall-, Mr. Eugene Swartz, Mr. Robert Kotterman, Mr. Alton Arnold. 6 fs" at N N 4 f 1 l 1 I i E 1 i CTI 196i t 1 r me t 12 r t 15 , me 5 ia we it it ig 26 it it i 22' 25 i24 51 Mr. Ray Gottfmed, I-I1-Y advisor, B11lBr1ngmar1, president, Amy Diller, Hi-Teens president Mrs. Elizabeth Burnett, advisor. VITI E 5 Around table: Rachel Steiner. Jeanne Evans. Dick Carroll. Clinton Jaqueth, Mr. Smith. ROW l: Anita Long. Kathy Herald. Judy Hines. Dal Heckathorn, Betty Newell, Amy Diller, Marcia Brents, Diana Pfeifer. Celia Harn1on.RayHa1'nn1an, Kandee Grossman. ROW Z: Randy Wood, Bill Bringrnan, Al George. Roger Castanien. OFFICERS President .,..... Dick Carroll Vice President .... Clint Jaqueth Secretary ...... , . .lean Evans Treasurer ...... Rachel Steiner Kandee Grossman. Rachel Steiner. Ray Harnnian. Denny Nlyers. Kathy Herald. Bill Bringrnan. and Judy Hines are decorating the Christ- mas tree which the Student Council bought to brighten the halls during this festive season. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council consists of president of classes and organiza- tions and representatives ofvari- ous activities. Vice-President Clinton Jaqueth is selling a Student Council notebook to Jeff Roth. These sales boosted the club's treasury. ROW 1: Jim Nlorris. Darlene Hensel. Sharon Thiel. Theresa Logsdon, Sue Mewhorter. Pam Schoenberger, Diane Russell, Mary Melroy. Mary Groth. Tom Slemrner. ROW Z: Ken Davis, Ray Hamman, Chuck Bartholomew, Ed Landversicht. Donna Passet. Ann Harmon, Stephy Preble, Barbara Bils, Shirley Smith. Ronald Kleinlein, Duffy Walton. Reuben DeBolt, Tim Santschi. ROW 3: Paul Kolhoff. Doug Frisch. Wesley Robinson. Gary Goodman. Randy Wood, Torn Hickinbotham, Rosie Logsdon, Barbara Tivenan. Sue Gottfried. Connie Day. Sharon Getz, Kathy Henry, Larry Westerman. Jirn Troup. ROW 4: Robert Spiegel. Bob Albert. Bob Wit- zel. Clint Jaqueth, Larry Roszman, Judi Wisner, Sue Strasser. Marcia Myers. Rachel Stei- ner. Roberta Cattran. Beth Borton. Diane Pfeifer. Shirley Beamer. Mary Vent. Rita Ulrich, Barb Eley, Beverly Smith. SCHOLARSHIP MEDAL WINNERS Mr. C. E. Bennett welcomed the three hundred honored students and their guests to the banquet. He then introduced Reverend Robert C. Holland, who spoke about "The Time Ma- chine." This banquet washeldin honor of all students who attained high scholastic achieve- ments during the year. l s HI-TEENS OFFICERS Amy Diller ...... President Rachel Steiner .... Vice-Pres. Mary Creger ..... Treasurer Celia Harmon .... Secretary ROW l: Linda Hasting, Judy Scheck Kathy Herald Sharon Kumrnere S R , , r, usan ife, Kathy Kieffer, Marty Bartholomew, Pam Schoenberger, Linda McDanne1. ROW 2: Anita Long, Marilyn McMinn, Jo Ann Rowe, Judi Wisner, Darlene Hensel, Stephony Preble, Sue Strasser Ann Harman, Marilyn Lawrence. ROW 3: Shirley Brown, Drucilla Leightey, Phyllis Voor- heis, Jeannette Burns, Margie Barick, Donna Stout, Sue Bowersox, Kathy Smith, Reva Niederkohr, Rosie Warnement. ROW 4: Mary Ulrich, Joyce Kail, Barb Richardson, Connie K . arg, Marcia Brents, Kathy Henry, Pat Rall, Barbara Will, Sharon Voorheis, JoAnne Young Judy Hines, Marcia Myers. Sharon Sanderson and Harriet Rall help President Amy Diller check the Christmas gifts be- fore they are delivered to needy families in the county. Sponsored by Mrs. Elizabeth Burnett and Mrs. Katherine Tucker, the Hi Teens club this year was open to all high school girls. A candlelight initiation service was conducted by Rev. Robert Dillar. On December 29, the Hi Teens-Hi Y sponsored their annual dance, "Peppermint Prom." The two main projects this year were dis- tributing Christmas gifts to the needy children in Wyandot County and supporting a Korean orphan. The officers and sponsors feel that the co- operation and interest of each of the girls has resulted in another profitable year for Hi Teens. 44 ROW 1: Joan Miller, Jan Koehler, Sue Mewhorter, Barb Gier, Geraldine Lear, Barb Bils, Liz Ger ber, Sue Householder, Kathy Daulton, Karen Ellis, Sue Nutter, Barb Ritterspach, Joyce Ward, Sandi Kuenzli, Nancy Weaver, Clara Swartz, Peggy Culver, Mary Mason, Donna Passet, Carolyn Gatchell, Jeanne Evans, Mary Bryant, Carol Kennedy, Ruthann Warfel, Darlene Courtad. ROW 2: Terry Book- myer, Sharla Heck, Sharon Walton, Barbara Ulrich, Susan Drew, Becky Hathaway, Jan Williams, Sharon Williams, Kandee Grossman, Tarry Cleveland, Esther Keller, Jan Zischkaw, Karen Stans- berry, Helen Rall, Connie Frank, Liz Radwick, Barbara Tivenan, Sydne Rome, Harriet Rall, Ladeen Thomas, Connie Denney, Vicky Grossman, Cheryl Stumpp, Norma Lozano, Sherry Courtad. ROW 3: Rita Karg, Roleen Bay, Donna Schoenberger, Sue Gerber, Sharon Getz, Linda Swartz, Diana Pfeife Karen Koehler, Carla Ober, Judy Rhoden, Diane Brickner, Judy Guthrie, Linda Swartz, Sue Sams, Cindy Nye, Sue Jorden, Michelle Koehler, Kay Ritterspach, Beverly Smith, Charlene Gottfried, Ca Best, Linda Shuherk, Jill Hendricks, Rita Stiefel, Rosie Stalter. ROW 4: Diane Ross, Bonny Kiess, Ginnie Book, Sharon Gottfried, Mary Harmon, Barbara Eley, Sharon Sanderson, Marie Iles, Linda Ross, Beth Borton, Barb Critchet, Jan Stephan, Cheryl Kail, Shirley Stagger, Judy Kuenzli, Sandy Fleck, Mary Ann Lear, Pat Hall, Nancy Clark, Connie Day, Rita Kolarik, Christine Bower, Mary Schertzer, Sharon Rice, Shirley Beamer, Martha Lezano, Norma Long. Hi-Teens and Hi-Y mem- bers and their dates are enjoying themselves while dancing at the "Pepper- mint Prom." 45 T, rol HI-Y lX'l1', Gottlrietl, Al George. Pete Milligen. and Don Kit-ss park clothes for the needy. ' Q 25 fix 3 :sw-,,H,, 4, The purpose ofthe Hi-Y organiza- tion is to create. maintain. and ex- tend throughout the school and Com- Hi-Y boys and their dates enjoy a beautiful munity high standards of Christian evening of dancing at the "Peppermint living. Prornf' ln the fall the Club had its annual hayride and conducted an inspiring Thanksgiving assembly. Spring found the boys sponsoring a "Bundle Day" to acquire clothing for President ....... Bill Bringman Vice President ,...... Al George Chaplain ,.......... Don Kiess needy families in the Appalachian Secretary . . , .Roger Castanien Mountains- Treasurer . . ..., Bud Hawkins Reporter .,.. .,.. B ob Tilton Sgt.-at-Arrns ....., Dick Carroll SITTING: Bud Hawkins, Al George, Bill Bringrnan. Don Kiess. Dick Carroll. Mr. Gottfried, ROW' 1: Jim Morris, Bob Kinley. Ivlike Wolf. Ray l-lalhnian. Dan Baldwin. Al lvlartig. Ken Davis, Roger Castanien. ROW Z1 Steve Bower, Pete Milligen. Bob Wolf. Bucky Riley, Bob Witzel, Mike McConnell. Jim Weaver, Bob Tilton, Tom Vaughn. 46 PUBLIC ADDRESS The Public Address boys play records at noon and at dances. These students are also in charge of the sound effects for plays. Mr. James Sclioenberger, Wes Robinson Steve Tesnier, Bernie Miller. .Toe Sbull Bob Hollenshead, Dave Lawn-renee, VISUAL ED. The projection boys show movies to the students whenever the teachers re- quest their services. Dennis Mundy, Bernie Miller, Bob Tilton, Bill Bringman, Bucky Riley, Mike Wolfe. .lffi THESPIANS Upper Sandusky Troupe 54380, under the direction Miss Ruth Spies, holding a charter in the National The spian Society, attempts to promote dramatics in the high school. Students with ten points are eligible to join. A point equals ten hours of dramatic work. This year's contest production was "Undertow." Those who participated in this play were Jackie Kuenzli, Judi Wisner, Celia Harmon, Christine Bower Betty Newell, Marcia Myers, Linda Shuherk, Amy Diller, and Jill Hendricks. The Thespians are enjoying breakfast after ini new members into tiating some their club early one morning. OFFICERS President ..... ....... . . Jackie Kuenzli Vice-President. . . . Marcia Myers Secretary .... . . Bill Bringman Treasurer . . . . . Arny Diller SITTING: Amy Diller, Miss Ruth Spies, Marcia Myers, Bill Bringman. ROW ONE: Celia Harmon, Linda Shuherk, Kathy Herald, Mary Ulrich, Mary Creger, Christine Bower. ROW TWO: Diana Pfeifer, Karen Koehler, Judi Wisner, Roger Castanien, Jill Hendricks, Connie Karg, Bonny Kiess, Bob Kinley, Sue Gerber. ROW THREE: Roberta Cattran, Judy Hines, Dave Garner, Al George, Dwight Gibson, Betty Newell, Jim Evans. of SITTING: Mary Harmon, Roger Castanien, Miss Spies, Kathy Herald, Bob Kinley, ROW 1: Harriet Rall, Norma Long, Liz Gerber, Ladeen Thomas, Terry Bookmyer, Marsha Barrett, Peggy Culver, Becky Hathaway, Marilyn Lawrence, Jan Zischau, Sue Householder, Ann Harman, Ruthann Warfel, Barb Gier, Stephony Preble. ROW 2: Connie Frank, Judy Kuenzli, Sue Gerber, Celia Ann Harmon, Linda Shuherk, Sydne Rome, Rick Brott, Mike Wolf, Cindy Nye, Sue Jordan, Reva Neiderkohr, Rose Warnement, Helen Rall, Sharon Walton. ROW 5: Rosie Logsdon, Marjorie Barick, Mary Ann Creger, Mary Ulrich, Bonny Kiess, Diane Ross, Mary Mason, Diane Pfeifer, Marcia Myers, Ginny Book, Connie Day, Jill Hendricks, Karen Koehler, Jan Williams, Kathy Henry, Jeanette Burns, ROW 4: Sharon Williams, Judi Wisner, Amy Diller, Beth Borton, Roberta Cattran, Dave Garner, Al George, Bill Bring- man, Bob Tilton, LaVerne Dillon, Betty Newell, Rita Kolarik, Christine Bower, Pat Rall, Joyce Kail, Karla Ober. OFFICERS President ...... Roger Castanien Vice President .... Mary Harmon Secretary .... . . Kathy Herald , ,,,,,, - Treasurer . . . .... Bob Kinley The members of Tri-Masque are interested in promoting dramatic projects. The club, which is under the direction of Miss Ruth Spies, presenteda one-act Christmas play. In the spring, the club held an Awards Banquet. At this time, tro- phies were given to the best actress, best supporting actress, and to the best supporting actor. Janet Zischkau is practicing her act for the Tri-Masque initiation. 49 Sydne Rome won two trophies this yearg one from the Sylvania meet where she received first place and one when she received another first at the district con- test at Bowling Green State Uni- versity. She placed eighth at the state contest which was held at Ohio State University. Sydne gave a humorous speech. "Horton Hatches The Egg." - Rita Kolarik is practicing her speech "Cataracts," In this dra- matic speech, Rita portrays four different characters: a little boy, Jimmy, his parents, Johnny and Helen, and his grandfather, who gives his own life to save his grandson. EXTRA-CURRICULAR SPEECH The purpose of the Extracurricular Speech Club is to develop poise in speaking before a group, to further de- velop any speaking talent, to practice self-control and composure, and to give each member individual enjoy- ment. Each member memorizes a speech in one of the following categories: Humorous Dramatic, or Oratoric. They are then entered in tournaments at Lakeside, Vermilion, Sylvania, and the district contest at Bowling Green State Unive r sity. ROW l: Janet Zischkau, Sydne Rome, ROW 2: Cynthia Nye, Linda Shuherk, Sue Jordon, Tarry Cleveland. ROW 3: Rita Kolarik, Ginny Book, Jill Hen- dricks, Miss Evelyn Neurneister. SlTTlNG: Pat Hall, Judy Gutherie, Diane Brickner, Shirley Beamer, Ceilia Harmon, Mary Harmon, Liz Gerber, Al George, Mrs. Parsell. ROW 1: Jean Evans, Donna Passett, Geraldine Lear, Mary Ann Creger, Linda Shuherk, Sydne Rome, Jan Zischau, Darlene Hensel, Stephie Preble, Judi Wisner, Mary Mason. ROW 2: Sharon Karg, Sandy Kilgore, Barb Ulrich, Reva Niederkohr, Carla Ober, Roger Castanien, Dave Garner, Jim Weaver, Jim Hogan, Ester Kel- ler, Sharon Williams, Sue Jordon, Sharla Heck. ROW 3: Sharon Walton, Judy Rhoden, Joyce 'l Ch r l Kail Rita Kolarik Judy Hines Dick Carroll, Bucky Riley, Bob Tilton, Dave Kai , G Y , , , Arter, Mike Harman, Beth Borton, Diane Ross, Rachel Steiner, Sue Gerber, Cindy Nye. F.T.A. OFFICERS The Future Teachers of America consist of students interested in the . . teaching profession. The club is under 551CeeS1?3eTZtS'.ae'ni ' ' 'shfjllga Igiglsgn the leadership ofMrs. Dorothy Parsell. Se gtar 1 "" Mary Harmoi The principalpurpose of the club is T CT Y ""' ' ' 'Dianeylgrickner to explore the teaching field and to get Higgosrligir "" ' ' Jud Guthrie experience teaching by substituting or Librarian ""' ' ' ypat Han Observing m the Classroom' . . Parliamentarian . . . . . Al George Each year a 3550.00 scholarship is Song Leader Liz Gerber awarded to an outstanding senior. Mary Creger and Jim Hogan enjoy stu- dent teaching Mr. Wagner's fifth grade class. 51 ROW l' Emily Young Michelle Martin Anit L M . , . , , a ong, arilyn McMinn, Lois Colwell. ROW 2: Pat Lear, Susan Rife, Linda Carey, Carol Ritter, Becky Hooper, Peg Culver, Ruth Warfel, Sandy Shireman. Mrs. Bidwell. ROW 3: Charlotte Walton, Betty Johns, Addie Crum, Mary Feeley, JanisKiehl. Stella Smith, Phyllis Miller, Pat Arnold, Carol Clingman. ROW 4: Con- nie Snavely. KarenPenwell, Linda L, Swartz, Sharon Brown, Phyllis Voorheis, Penny Miller, Ruth Van Buskirk. Kathy Breski. Sharon Hotelling, Sandy Zirnmerman, Drucilla Leightey, Linda Leightey. ROW 5: Wanda Hensel, Caroline Emptage, Connie Jacobs, Diana Brown, Shirley Cruthrie. Sharon Gottfried, Joan Welly, Connie Snyder, Linda Jacobs, Sharon Voor- heis, Betty Moore, Janice Hotelling, Carol Swinehart, Pat Martin. The sixty-two members of the Future Homemakers of America club have been extremely busy this year. Among their activities were: providing acoat check for the basketball games: having a program on teen-age hair styling and fashions and FOI-LA. a discussion on dating, sponsoring a dance after a basketball game on December 15, caroling at Christmas, and having aparty. The project chosen for the year is buying some equipment for the Home Economics Department. OFFICERS President ...... ...... A nita Long Vice-President . , . . Marilyn McMinn Secretar y ..,.. . . .Susan Brown Treasurer .... . . , Emily Young Reporter Lois Co , ,,,,., .... 1 well Parliamentarian ..... Michelle Martin Wanda Hensel and Linda Jacobs are test- , ing their cooking skills in the Home EC. kitchen. 52 ... SlTTlNG: .lohn Borton, Fred White, Delno Hotelling, Dai r.- , Schoenberger, Mr. Bishop, ROW l: Jim Kurnmerer, Torn Book, Larry Hemrneiiy, .--V Bell, Richard Stalters, Ricky Miller, Albert Stoneburner, Ed Ulrich, Ed Walton, Jim Fox. Dennis Critchet, Dan Leighty, Ron Walton. ROW 2: David Smith, Gary Alban, Robert Pfeifer, Darvin Schoenberger, Dwight Gibson, Glen Mohre, Dan Shields, Mike Wolf, Sam Roszman, Tom Gottfried, Lyn Rothisberger, John Stover, Bob Wagner, Bud Rall, Bill Koehler. ROW 3: RonBell, RobertSilveous, Dan Newell, Tom Sheaffer, Tom Hensel, Bob Swartz, Gary Hecka- thorn, Dick Sumnfxit, Dan Rall, Graham Couch, Nelson Summit, Bryon Borkosky, Monte Southward, Marvin Bennett, Al Barrett, Franklin Ulrich. The Future Farmers of America has been one of our busiest organizations this year. Among its activities were: the county land judging contest held October l9, l96l, the an- F F A nual pest hunt, held November l-30, Fresh- ' ' ' man-Sophomore parliamentary Procedure Contest held November ll, l96l, in which, the Freshmen won a silver rating and the sophomores won a gold rating, The annual F.F.A. banquet, held on December 7, l9ol, was attendedby over 200 persons. This year to observe National F.F,A. week the boys ' ' h' ts, and ties to woreF.F.A.3ackets,white s ir school. OFFICERS Dal l-leckathorn .Delno Hotelling Secretary .... . . .Dennis Mewhorter Reporter . . . . . Bill Schoenberger Sentinel , . ...... Tom Hensel President ......... Vice -Pre sident ..... Book is fixing saw horses which are useclin the Vo. Ag, shop to store lumber and materials 53 RADIO CLUB Linda Shuherk, Judi Wisner, and Kathy Herald are taping their script for the regular radio program. T Junior and senior Tri-Masquers, spends many long hours preparing its weekly 15 minute radio programs. In these programs the reporters try to keep their audience up-to-date on the happenings around Upper High, The members are divided into groups of three each, each group conducting a program. These programs are heard on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 over station WMRN. As a climax forthe year, WMRN awards a trophy for the best program at the spring banquet. he Radio Club, composed of ' ' is rua Long, Terry Bookmyer Mar M 519165. ROW Z' Linda Shuh , y ason, Kathy Herald, Miss . erk, Mary Creger, Sharon Walton, Celia Harmon, Bob Kinley, Judi Wisner. ROW 3: Christine Bower, Amy Diller, Roberta Cattran, B b ' Newell, Marcia Myers, Roger Ca t ' ' ' o Tilton, Betty s amen, Jill Hendricks. SITTING: Mrs.Sutton, .Tean Evans, .Tim Evans, Peggy Culver. ROW l: Carol Miller, Ruthann Warfel, Drucilla Leightey, Anita Long, Sue Heilman. ROW 2: Becky Hooper, Sue Householder June Roberts, Sandra Zimmerman, Sharon Rice, Mary Feeley, Stella Smith, Sandy Shireman ROW 3: Sandy Kilgore, Jerry Dillion, Phil Cook, Tom Vaughn, Sharon Sanderson, Glenn Mohre, Ed Grove, Phyllis Voorheis, Mary Schertzer, Donna Orians. ART CLUB The Upper Sandusky Art Club was founded to co-ordinate the purpose of school with the community by helping the Chamber of Commerce and other com- munity organizations. The activities in which the Art Club has participated are the Halloween win- dow painting which was sponsored by the Upper Sandusky merchants, and the Christmas parade sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. At school the Art Club members paint stage settings, make decorations for dances and other special occasions, deco- rate the drum head, and serve as artists. Sue Heilman, Sandy Shireman, Dorothy Shumaker, Tom Vaughn, and Mike Schoen- berger are making pottery during art class. 55 OFFICERS President ....... Jeanne Evans Vice -President ,... Shirley Smith Secretary ,.... . . .Tim Evans Treasurer . . . .Peggy Culver OFFICE GIRLS ROW 1: Kathy Herald, Mary Ulrich, Judi Wisner, Teri Kraus, Barb Ulrich, Judy Scheck ROW Z: Celia Harmon, Carol Best, Mary Creger, Sandy Kilgore, Connie Karg, Jean Zum kehr. ROW 3: Charlene Gottfried, Diana Pfeifer, Sharon Rice, Barb Eley, Lois Colwell, Ro berta Cattran, Christine Bower, Marjorie Barick. y LIBRARIANS S . as Su Ruth Van Buskirk, Gladys Foreman, Shirley Davidson, Miss Matteson, Sharon Dible, Betty Newell, Nancy Clark. 56 STENOGRAPHERS CLUB ROW l: .To Ann Rowe, Carol Miller, Mr. White, Diana Pfeifer, Lois Colwell. ROW 2: Shirley Brown, Josephine Gallegos, Ruth Van Buskirk, Rose Sheaffer, Kathy Herald, Minerva Mar- tinez. ROW 3: Carol Best, Celia Harmon, Mary Scherzter, Linda Jacobs, Teri Kraus, Wanda Hensel, Sandy Larick. ROW 4: Linda Swartz, Christine Bower, Connie Karg, Olive Gatchell, Barbara Critchet, Joyce Kail, Barbara Richardson, Donna Orians. ROW l: Sharon Getz, Diane Brickner, Mr. White, Marcia Brents, Norma Lozano. ROW 2: Darlene Courtad, Mary Ann Pfleider, Sue Evans, Geraldine Lear, Geraldine Frisch, Norma Long, Rita Stiefel. 'ROW 3: Rosalie Thiel, Ladeen Thomas, Louise Foreman, Liz Radwick, Sharon Williams, Tarry Cleveland, Rita Karg, Gladys Foreman, Jean Zumkehr. ROW 4: Shirley Davidson, Penny Miller, Phyllis Merwine, Rose Horn, Mary Day, Gary Kin, Joyce Ratliff, JoAnne Young, Carla Martin, Donna Schoenberger. 57 ORANGE AND BLACK Mr. Criner, proofreader, Kandee Grossman, editor, and Mr. Hamman advisor. Guided by Mr. Ray Hamman, advisor, and Kandee Grossman, editor, the Orange and Black staff Worked hard this year to put out 132 editions. The staff spent much time gathering facts and Writing articles. Kandee and Mr. Hamman spent many long hours assigning, headlining measuring, and laying out the paper. Faculty editor Mr. Frederic Criner made numerous last-minute corrections on the copy. Climaxing each Week, the Orange and Black was printed on the last page of the Daily Chief-Union, to better inform and entertain the public about school news. The editor, advisor, proofreader, and staff deserve much credit and thanks for a difficult but rewarding job. Around table: Judy Hines, Ruth Van Buskirk, Judy Scheck, Jill Hendricks, Celia Harmon, Shirley Beamer, Mary Creger, Sue Strasser. STAND- ING: Rosie Logdon, Beth Borton, Rita Kolarik, Mary Harmon, Bob Til- ton, Jan Williams, Jan Zischkau, Sydne Rome, Mary Pfleider. ROW l: Karen Koehler, Judi Wisner, Dick Carroll, Ray Moses, Jill Hendricks, Barb Critflhet, Jud Scheck, Bill Bringman. ROW Z: Kandee Grossman, Barb Tivenan, Linda White, Sue Y l-Ieilman, Carol Best, Linda Shuherk. ROW 3: Carolyn Fulk, Bonny Kiess, Allen Oates, Dan Shields, Jim Hogan, Connie Jacobs, Caroline Emptage. 1 ANNUAL STAFF Mrs. Sally Gottfried, advisor, Judy Hines, Editor-in-chief, Nancy Clark, Assistant Ed- itor, Roger Castanien, Busi- ness Manager. W e, Beth Borton, Celia Harmon, Jim Weaver, Marcia ROW 1: Linda Swartz, Don Kiess, Al Georg Myers, Amy Diller. ROW 2: Bob Kinley, Mary Ulrich, Donna Passet, JoAnn Rowe, Carolyn Gatchell, Vicki Grossman, Liz Gerber, Sue Strasser, Connie Frank. ROW 3: Chuck Barthole- mew, Diane Rossel, Sue Gerber, Rita Ulrich, Rachel Steiner, Mary Harmon, Wenda Maclaren, ROW 4: Charlene Gottfried, Mary Cattran, Jim Kerr, Lois Colwell, Barb Richardson, Connie Karg, Shirley Beamer, Jan Stephan. Schertzer, Marsha Brents, Joe Steiner, Betty Newell, Larry Ken Davis. up-an-nun-.-... SITTING: Mr. Faulkner, Clinton Jaqueth, Bill Bringman, Don Kless. ROW l: David Markley, D . . ennis Mundy, John Roth, Bob Wolf, Jini Weaver, Jarry Case Pete Milligen, Ken Davis, Ed Grove, Al Martig. ROW Z: Dave Miller, Bill Koehler, Doug Frisch, Tom Hickinbotham, John McCord, Randy Wood, Phil Cook, Larry Harmon, Mike Strasser. ROW 3: Tom Smith, Bob Witzel, Dan Hooper, Jim Green, Mike McConnell, Richie Landversicht, Bud Hawkins, Fred Swartz, Jim Weaver, Paul Kolhoff, John Witzel. The Varsity U, composed of 40 lettermen, is organized to promote and aid athletics at Upper Sandusky High School. The club also serves U its members as a social unit. To be amember, an athlete must 2 have earned a varsity letter. , yur if - ,""""""""', """" f-53 F MS f., .. I it OFFICERS S nlfhi ii , s , if , - V ' President ......... Clinton Jaqueth Vice-President ...... Bill Bringrnan Secretary-Treasurer ...... Don Kiess Doug Frisch, David Markley, Paul Kolhoff, John McCord, and Bob Witzel are taking down the schedule board to set it up for next year. , 60 The Pep Club was a new addition to ' ear. the extracurricular program this y D si nedto keep both spirit and morale 9 3 high, the club was successful during the ba sketball season. Because ofthe large number of Stu d ' the band during foot dents involve in - 'd t func- ball season, the Pep Club di no tion at that time. a......--mme A Frisch ROW 2' Darlene ROW 1 Becky Hathaway Barb Gier Kathy Herold, nn . . Courtad Sandy Link Kathy Smith Jan Williams, Reva Niederkohr, Mary Ann Cre- ger Ladeen Thomas ROW 3 Kathy Daulton, Norma Long, Karen Moore, Sheri Courtad Jim Hogan Mary Mason Minerva Martinez. ROW 4: Marilyn Lawrence, Vicky Grossman Beverly Smith Mrs Witzel,Bob Liles, Rita Karg, Rolleen Bay. ROW 5 Donna Schoenberger Rosie Warnament, Evelyn Koehler, Janet Miller, ROW 6 Jan Zischkau Marsha Barrett Sharon Walton, Shirley Beamer. ROW 7: Darlene Hensel Pat Hall Joyce Kail Barb Richardson. ROW 8: Diane Ross, Karen Koehler Judy Kuenzli Sharon Williams ROW 9: Joyce Landversicht, Carol Rice, Sharon Thiel Juanita Lee ROW 10 Judy I-line s, Mary Alice Vent, Rita Stiefel, e Bower Rosalie Sweigard, Sandy Larick, Mary Ea vARslTY , n CHEERLEADERS X Sue Strasser , I Kandee Grossman Donna Passet Jeanne Evans 1...-a 1 i ---.-......,, Jeanne Ev , ossman, Sue Strasser, Nancy Clark. ans, Donna Passet Kandee Gr 62 Z.. x .wif - sf . -- ggswgsi - - QMWWMWQA 41--www '- M4 M . ,,,x.:... I ,B .4 . 'sw x Qs ii. wwmun ,.. - x... .. Q. X .-km. s .. Q 1 -Q f .X M g :E- R. .A Y . E 5 nf ziwig X. . . . Q fix . .i A -Qmifif 'Q xv .,,. .,gg.,.. . , A M 'x -QQ, Q7 K ' wf L 1 4 K- . - " X ,.... , 55 x . . - . 5.5 i N Q Q, -. . aff. . 5. . S - Xf- .M .,,..Q:: E- f . X g i K . .x.wQ.:sw QSwww " SENIORS: L.Bear, D. Carroll, R. Castanien, R. Cattran, J. Curlis, A. Diller, D. Garner, C. Harmon, J. Hendricks, B. Kinley, J. Kuenzli, D. Lear, R. Moses, B. Newell, D. Pfeifer, B. Richardson, L. Roszman, J. Scheck, R. Steiner, L. Swartz, F. Ulrich, M. Ulrich, J. Wisner. JUNIORS: D. Arter, M. Brents, D. Brickner, S. Davidson, C. Day, C. Frank, C. Fulk, C. Gatchell, S. Gerber, B. Gier, C. Gottfried, R. Hamman, A. Harman, M. Harmon, S. Heck, G. McCreary, C.Ober, L.Radwick, J. Reed, J. Rhoden, D. Ross, J. Rothlisberger, T. Smith, R. Stiefel, H. Thiel, B. Tilton, B. Ulrich, S. Walton, J. Young. The band members, who not only marched with intricate precision, but also presented a variety of clever dance steps, including "Ja-Da" and "Once in Love with Amy," will never forget the pounding of their hearts when they stopped to take a bow and accept the well deserved applause from the fans. Mr. August Yoder, who directed the band, held a two -week camp at the fair grounds to get the students in shape and teach them some new steps. Mrs. Forrest Bacon spent many hours looking for the exact word to use in the script to go with the halftime shows which the Ram band presented during football season. MARCHING SOPHOMORES:M.Barrett, G. Book, B. Borton, S. Bowman, R. Corfman, L. Dillon, C. Emp tage, L. Gerber, T. Gottfried, R. Grafmiller, V. Grossman, B. Hathaway, T. Hilderbrand J. Hogan, B. Hollenshead, S. Householder, G. Hughes, S. Jordan, J. Kuenzli, D. Lawrence M. Lawrence,M. Lear, B. Liles, S. Preble, J. Shull, J. Stephan, A. Stoneburner, N. Summit L. Swartz, S. Tesmer, B. Tivenan, E. Ulrich, B. Will, J. Williams, P. Wolfrum. FRESH MEN: M. Bartholomew, T. Benner, B. Bils, R. Booth, G. Come r, S. Courtad, A. Criner, R DeBolt, B. Eley, J. Eley, L. Emick, D. Eyestone, L. Fields, L. Hastings, J. Hickinbotham M. lles, C. Kennedy, B. Kirchner, R. Kleinlein, S. Kuenzli, S. Kumrnerer, J. Loverich, W McClaren, K. McDaniel, S. Mewhorter, J. Miller, K. Moore, J. Patchet, D. Powell, B. Rit- terspach,K.Ritterspach, G. Robinson, L. Ross, K. Rossell, J. Roth, D. Russell, S. Sams, J Schnepp, K. Stansbery, J. Steiner, A. Stephan, C. Stumpp, R. Sweigard, B. Swerlein, J Troup, J. Ulrich, R. Ulrich, B. Wagner. BAND The "Ram Band" proudly performed at the halftime shows for the fans during football season. 65 K? .AE -5, or .,, J John Reed MAJORETTES AND DRUM MAJOR This year's high stepping majorettes include two seniors, Jackie Kuenzli and Marcia Myersg three juniors, Bonny Kiess, Sharla Heck, and Shirley Davidson, two sophornores,Vir- ginia Book and Sue Householderg and two freshmen, Marsha Bar- rett and Judy Kuenzli. Of course, drum major John Reed tops the totem pole. "Always in Love With Amy" featured the rnajorettes in one of their most popular perform- ances. Certainly these "ones in White " contributed much glamour to the 1961-62 Ram Band. f ' XX xx' Jackie Kuenzli, Bonny Kiess, Shirley Davidson, Judy Kuenzli, Sue Householder, Marsha Barrett, Ginny Book, Marcia Myers. Sharla Heck. 66 DANCE BAND ROW 1: Betty Newell, Joe Shull Z Bob Liles. Roger Castanein, Joanne Young, David Lear, Lar The Pep Band, under the dir , Carol Fulk, Judi Wisner. Stain Boxxmin Dim Garner ROW Ray Haniman, Diana Pfeifer. ROW 5 Ch ii lc s B ii tholonit xx ry Roszman. ection of Mr. Stanley Hindniaith spail cd the team as Well as the audience at the sports events this year. How could one help but fecl the cnthusiasm ofthe band when it played "Hey, Look Me Over," "Across The Field OI the old favorite Ja Da'P Then, just the opposite ofthe high-spirited sound of the Pep Band tha Staidusters fol lowed the stars with their smooth, flowing rhythms. The Dance Band entertained PEP BAND ROW l: Joanne Young. David Lear, Barbara Tivenan, Carol Fulk, John Curtis, David Ar- ter, Jeff Hickinbotham, Dave Garner. ROW Z: Betty Newell, Sandy Courtad. Bev Swerline, Rita Ulrich, Sharla Heck, Con- nie Day. Barb Ulrich. ROW 3: Dick Carroll. Army Diller, Ro- bertaCattran, Rachel Steiner, Roger Castanien, Ray Ham- man. ROW 4: Mr. Yoder, Larry Roszman. Charles Bar- tholomew, Ted Gottfried, Richard Grafmiller. Steve Tesmer, Diana Pfeifer, Mary Ulrich. the dancers at various proms ind pai ties in the area 67 ROW l: A. Diller, R. Cattran, B. Borton, S. Preble. ROW Z: S. Heck, C- Day, .T Stephan, R Ulrich, S. Walton, D. A1-ter, B Ulrich ROW 3' B Swerlein S Co rt d M L . . . . , . u a , . awrence, V Grossman,M.Isles, S. Kuenzli. ROW 4: S. Mewhorter, D. Russell, L. Ross, B. Ritterspach BAK. h . . . 1rc ner,B.B1ls, D. Ross, B. Richardson, C. Fulk, B. Tivenan S. Sams L. Bear F. U1 rich, D. Pfeifer, R. Grafmiller, S. Tesmer. y , i SYMPHONIC BAND Carolyn Gatchell, Karen Moore, and Otis Rigney are ready at the concession stand to serve the fans. This service was offered by the band during the bas- ketball season. 68 1 ' L5 S L Q Q ,- S SXXXX-xxx N iw Q N S ' Q -V L S gm s - Rf 3, :mf .:-. 'X X gff z Em i k if , . V 3 Q 5 - 'X'b -E ' Q Lt Hu 5 I A .X-L i. L "': 5 Q .1 H - L5g,5i2LLiLLlL2 L - 5 .-.- -L LL X M 1 "" Xe L x L ? In-LX L N x,kk W L L L L L X LL L, . X X X . b F 1 Li A KL M Q L L 5 L - f 15 S X X L X g L 53'g1..wLLLlL L . , m L - :-of L- B" I A- . LL? f Lf A" " 5 Lf Z K b T xhr .xv T -i .Lf X., v X' 3 LM L 5 by Q LLLL,L L L M M Q , 1 - xx.. X NLL K Q ,LL,LLLL. M-+ --MMM L L LM -M M- LLL-, LLLLLLLL NW Mm Y A M L h L L M L Q -nf - L 1 ML LM W W K -Q Q X k L K , L jk Q f - if .LSL LLLXLLLLLQLL LL LLLL L f Q L m Q' LL WS E L w .1 , L -. -A - 5, YL A - -K A Wk LLL L 5- X -NL -- KM' 3.5 Rf L L55 Wg R L K NLMLLL L.- ,L,L Lg, .L 5, - 1 LL L" XLL Ls ,L . , A 8 -- 5 x- at L X- L L.LL Aim. X If ' W ' ' x 1 Ns ROW 1: C. Kennedy, K. Ritterspach, E. Radwick, J. Rhoden. ROW Z: C. Ober, J. Loverich, H. Thiel, B. Eley, L. Field, T. Benner. ROW 3: S. Kumrnerer, R. DeBolt, D. Brown. S. Householder, S. Jordan, P. Rall, M, Bartholomew, R. Kleinlein, E. Gerber, J. Shull. ROW 4: C. Emptage, J. Scheck, P. Wolfrurn, C. Stumpp, K. Moore. STANDING: J. Patchet. G. Robinson, M. Barrett, M. Brents, S. Davidson, J. Ulrich, G. McCreary, F. Richardson, R. Moses. ACTIVITY BAND Mr. and Mrs. John Garner, Roger Castanien,Mr.Yoder. Mrs. Ruth Bacon, and Mr. Hindmarch are chatting in- formally backstage after the surprise going-away party that the band members held for Mr. Yoder. 70 ROW l: C. Gatchell. J. Williams B Hathawa J S h , . y. . c nepp. ROW Z W Maclaien R Sweigard, A. Criner, L. Rossel, B. Will, J. K . ' ' uenzli. ROW 3. J. Young, V Book D Brick ner, D. Lawrence, L, Swartz, R. Stiefel. D. Stansbery, D. Eyestone, M Bryant J Eley ROW -1: J. Steiner, R. Booth, B. Tilton. R. Hollanshead, K. McDaniel. J. Rothlisbergei D Powell, J. Hickinbotham, L. Emick. G. Comer, J. Hogan. STANDING: Mr Hindmarch Di rector, The Activity Band consists of sixty-five students who are inter- ested in music. Mr. August Yoder, who originally led the band, moved to a new position at the end of the first semester, Mr. Stanley Hind- march thentook over and conducted the band for the remainder ofthe year. ' The band gave a winter anda spring concert. Mostofthese students were also members of the Marching Band, which performed at football games and at several local parades. is A 2-wing. SENIOR CHOIR ' t Rall Stephie Preble Donna Passet, Ann ROW 1: Carolyn Fulk, Harrie , , Harmon, Helen Rall, Rosie Logsdon, Linda Shuherk..ROW Z: Evelyn Koeh- ler, Sue Gerber, Karla Martin, Mike Savidge, Bob Kinley, Larry Harmon. ROW 3: Joyce Osborn, Geraldine Lear, Phyllis Voorheis, Bernie Miller, Rog Castanien, Larry Beidelschies, John McCord. ROW 4: Betty Newell, Roberta Cattran, Rachel Steiner, Amy Diller, Sharon Walton, Karen Koehler Sharon Sanderson, John Roth. .Mi-.-.1 Directed by Miss Ruth Spies, and ac- companied by Rachel Steiner, the Senior Choir promotes interest in group singing as well as solo and Lensernble singing. The choir, composed of 70 members presented its annual Christmas Cantata and participated in the N.O.L. Spring Festival. Mixed ensembles, male ensembles, female ensembles, and several soloists entered the District Solo and Ensemble Contest in April. GIRLS' ENSEMBLE ROW l: Harriet Rall, Donna Passet, Liz Radwick, Ann Harman, Evelyn Koehler. ROW 2: Sharon Walton, Connie Frank, Sue Gerber, Linda Shuherk, Charlene Gottfried, Rosie Logsdon. ROW 3: Rita Kolarik, Rachel Steiner, Amy Diller, Linda Swartz, Marcia Myers, Rose Horn. 72 ?gQJ-sir gt .lk 4 I ,yifgxfbx . S Aga. y ,L Q Q pl 7 gy? , A P Q, 29 In iw ,fxAgjM.f,?,f"g - ,L Vw, 45 5 95 5,1 5 YKV 0? QQ lvrlff '. .K tlv- r ' I' fu- ,'c 0 's' Y 'K I fm S ' ii 1 GEM jf' ' ,,,5 'Q 6 ' sa N' i 41451 1 ,ff A v ' I L' W b fp Q AS 'fi . SQE' Y Qs! M 1.5, N? J, ,Sw SN Q W 3-A 1' in Q 5 Q? f .1 v Q 4 ' Y Q 1 M fffl. VL x K x , T Pg f Q . ta Q X as Q 4? - E , eh If f 8 W . K f if ll! Akliix ,lf 1 5 S rc! Y U Q gi Qi 5 h' .... Slgbx , L M S, xx Y x W ,A i X .Q , 5, A A Q 'S 5 .Q X QS x ,Sw X 6 A A fX A r S Q 3 Q A - T9 f ' 1 A 4 - 1 P ' Q f' ' A , W R -X P A . X if 'k A X ' 'A ' W V X Y 1 ,M A 1, ,- .iffy ,SX kk-h x Q 0 ' X 1 A SX F' SK ig 5. Q, eg g Q Q E3 33, x A i X . Q x . - . , gg-:amy - t S E ik Q Ui M wax! I5 Nga i ii Q , A3 3 vsA'X? wg f 35 CHORUS ROW l: B. Acton. D. Schertzer. T. Book. J. Mouser, A Van Scooder K Stans bery,B,Ritterspach, S. Nutter, K. Koehler, 'D Hensel D. Riedlinqer. J 'Mi-ll '. C . . . . ei Walton,P. Schoenberger, L. McDannel. ROW 2: A. Crincr. E. Fox. L. Rothlisber- ger. S. Roszman, M. Weaver, C. Swartz, K. Sturgeon, M. Weaver, C. Clingman, C Ritter,P.Clingman, L.Rowe, M. Lozano. A. Frisch, C. Courtad. ROW 3: D. Beard T. Kiess, R. DeBolt, C. Davis, M. Hutchinson, S. Young, S. Rife. C. Denney, L. Vehrs R. Cupp, J. Miller, S. Orians, K. McDaniel, M. Bryant D Brinson ROW 4' B Wood,K. Bowen, T. Nordyke, F. Weaver, K Kerr J Robertson B Ele J L A cl- . , , . , . y, . an versicht. M. Vehrs, C. McClain, M. Neel, S. Karg, M. Vent, C. Rice. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ROW 1: S. Link, L. Hastings, M. Melroy, D. Thiel, S. Thiel. J. Hull. D. Hensel. K Kieffer.M. Weaver. S. Nutter, P. Schoenberger, L. McDannel, M. Lozano, M. Bry ant.J.Koehler, C. Courtad, ROW 2: J. Miller S Mewhorter K Ellis T Lof d , . . . , . gs on, S, Miller. P, Jividen, N. Rosznian, C. S .S. ' ' ' ' A ' , wartz Mille-1. K. Stansbcry, C. Ritter J. Ward. R. Cupp. A. Van Scooder, S. Orians, B. Ritterspach, L. Rowe, J. Miller D. Brinson. C. Walton. ROW 3: L Carey B Higgins S Wolford M K hl .K . , . , . , . oe er, . Miller. K. McDaniel. S. Bowersox, K. Smith, S. Rife, C. Denney, M. Weaver, C Clll1gI113H.P.Clll'lglT13.H..l.4.VCl'lTS, C. Fleck, A. Frisch, D. Riedlinger, V. Shephard ROW 4: S. Kuenzli, K. Daulton, K. Breski. P. Hare, J. Schnepp, D. Stout, L. Ross J. W ll f. S. ' ' 2 ' ' e 3 Karg. S. Guthrie, B. Elcy, M. Kin, J. Landversicht, M. Vehrs, C. Mc: Clain. M. Neel. M. Vent, C. Rice, S. Young. 75 ik ndfy Q ' I I X sf W: L"Ol XSf fs if H r A f , X .Tj t I , Ni! r-: vs ' ss, fN 'ff rife' K 'Z Q J ' ' dxxh ' n' kt ff Cp , M I Don Kmess Mr Rlchard Faulkner, Roger a a , Jerry Case,J1m Weaver, Mr. iffy. ' I .sis rv X' , .1 Xe ' Rmchard Naher, Dan Trease, Mr Fredrlck Koemg ROW 1: Richard Landversielzt. rnzinage r. Dan llooper. .lim Weaver. Bryan Borkosky, Bob Witzel, Jim Green. .Tohn lX'leCord. lvlike lN1eConne11. Bill Bringman. Fred Swartz. Pat Denny John Witzel. Bill Koehler. Phil Cook, Paul Kolhoff. David lvlarkley. manager. ROW Z: Conch Cu-ra11dSWan1'l 5' ' " ' 1 ' ' ' tioust. Don Kiess. Davn E.Sm1th. lxlike Strasser, Ken Davis. Gary Wei rd. Doug Frisch. Bob Wolfe, Steve Bower. .larry Case. A1 lvlartig. Randy Wood. lvlilie Svhoenlne rge r. Jim Eliott. Ron Culver. Coach Jerry Case. ROW 31 Coaeh Richard Faulkner. Steve Bowman. .lim Packer, Chuek Bartholomew, Dave lVli1ler. Dick Ritter. Dennis lvlundy. Crrove. .l'ohnRo1h. Ken Starling. Dan Trease. .Tohn Cvrafniiller, .Tint Morris. .Tim Thomas. Coaeh Charles Karikzis. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM The 1961-62 varsity football team. emerging from a slow start. triumphed in their last two games of the season. thus ending a nineteen-game losing streak. Throughout the season the Rams displayed the sportsmanship and determination of a team that ie ff 1 ver have in. On the gridiron the Orange and Black offense and defense lost nothing. but gained experience for future years. Ram quarterback rolls left to set u l d against the Bellevue Redmen. p a pass p ay uring a long drive in the Homecoming game 78 Ed SN WE OPPONENT O Delaware Willis 14 Marion Catholic 12 Gallon 6 Willard O Bellevue VARSITY SCORES THEY WE OPPONENT THEY so 0 Shelby zo Z0 14 Bucyrus 46 O Tiffin Col. 2.0 16 Norwalk 68 Z8 Carey ' so W, X S? ogl oolol oo,oo S :.,, if-Q X Q wfdmii is gg' ,lk has -it K ,i Bill B ringman Phil Cook Bill Bringman QZU Dou Frisch Ken Starling, with blocking from his teammates, side- steps a would-be 3 133D and Bob Witzel C241 display defensive skill as they close in on Bellevue Redman, Marc McClain. .Tim Green On the defensive again, the Rams merge to halt a Whippet during the Upper-Shelby encounter. The backbone of the Rams: a strong contingent of sideliners are ready and Waiting to pitch in. mei. tackler to gain valuable yardage against the Bellevue Redmen. Don Kies s, Captain FROSH TEAM The 1961-62 freshman football squad blanked all foes, thus com- piling a 6-O un- defeated, unscored- on season, Coached by Mr. Gerald Swankhouse, these boys will form a stable nucleus for future Ram varsity teams. WE OPPONENT THEY Z0 Crestline 30 Ontario 14 Galion 14 Mohawk 14 Tiffin W. 6 Galion Jarry Case tackles a Whippet ball-carrier, spoiling an end-run for a Shelby score. Mike McConnell ROW 1: Coach Gerald Swankhouse, Fred Richardson, Bill Wood, Jim Smith, Larry Cattran, Bob Iles, .lack Timmons, .lim Ulrich, Mike Young, Coach Jerry Case. ROW Z: Coach Richard Faulkner, Mike Emerine, Tom Kiess, Jeff Roth. .Tim Troup, Dick Zimmerman, Tom Gottfried, Dale Karg, Allan Bell. Dave Beard, Coach Charles Kari- kas. ROW 3: Bill Evans, Jim Thomas, Denny Eyestone, Robbie Lee, Bill Sheeley, Bob Stagger, Reuben DeBolt, Denny Trease. 81 0 Mike Schoenberge 1' KNEELING: Bud Hawkins, Co-captain, Coach Ed Fisher, Don Kiess, co-captain. STAND- ING: Dan Trease, Dal Heckathorn, .larry Case, Dick Surnrnit, Clinton Jaqueth, Bill Bring- man, Ray Moses, Bucky Riley, .lim Romich, Al Barrett, Bob Wolfe. VARSITY SCORES We Opponent They 52 Kenton 63 60 Eastwood 52 68 Mans. St. Peter 69 55 Fredericktown 50 82 Carey 31 71 Bucyrus 56 71 ' Clyde 42 35 Shelby 31 52 Bellevue 56 42 Tiffin Col. 50 58 Bowling Green 46 44 Willard 57 56 Mt. Gilead 50 47 Norwalk 74 56 Ontario 55 47 Galion 50 59 Crestline 67 88 Bucyrus 41 Marion Sectional Tournament 51 Marion Harding 41 54 Lexington 41 47 Mans. St. Peter 75 The '61-'62 varsity basketball team, coached by Mr. Edgar Fisher, accomplished what no other team in the history of Upper has been able to dog win two tournament games. Entering the class AA sectional tournament as the underdog, the Rams, with staunch support from their fans, executed per- fect team play to run over powerful Marion Hard- ing and Lexington. Total team cooperation and firm leadership ac- counted for the Rams' successful 10-8 season and 2-1 post-seasonal record. Rams practice in pre-game warm-up periodatthelvlarion Coliseum. 82 I 'NW I Dan Trease pumps a jump shot during the Upper - Mansfield St . Peter tilt. Upper's Pep Club and fans bolster school spirit before the Ram-Marion Harding game. In his best game of the season, . Bill Bringman fakes his man to score on the Marion club. Co-captain Bud Hawkins sinks a basket against out-played, out-scored Marion. I 'I961-62 RAMS MAKE TOURNAMENT The halftime score of the Prexie-Ram debut. How about that sports' fans! Clinton Jaqueth battles a Mar- ionPrexie for a jump ball dur- ing the 51 -41 rout of the Hard- ing team. ar... HISTORY X f ' 'A:- F .. . T . 'W ' it S6 S' SE V1 new -1 in gsm g ..,... tt. t All ends well as fans crowd the history- making '61-'62 Ram varsity basketball team after the Marion game. Guard Bob Wolfe capitalizes on a fast break to score two points against Mans- field. Don Co -captain Kiess led his team with 77U!'o from the foul line. Al Barrett K. of C, Sportsmanship Award Bill Bringnian Bud Hawkins paced the Rams in total points with 203 for the season. Don Kiess out-jumps his man during the Upper- Eastwood tilt. Bud Hawkins Co -Captain Second NOL 84 string Dal He ckatho rn Al Barrett came from the bench to be a team leader with 49070 from the field. He was also named as "most improved player." Bud Hawkins, senior co-Captain, pulled down the most rebounds for his Ram team. Clinton .Taqueth Freshman Gary Young shoots a jurnp shot in the Closing seconds of the 88-41 Win over Bucyrus. Dan Trease un- leaseshis sure - fire jump shot which netted him over 40070 from the field. 1 Don Kiess Co -captain 85 Clinton Jaqueth, another team leader in field percentage, makes a lay-up against a Bucyrus contender. Ray Moses Dick Summit E-HJ?" vs VP' vtssw 5 KNEELING: Tom Smith, Dave Miller, Bucky Riley, Al Martig, Ken Davis, Mike Grossman. STANDING: Darrell Rhoden, Randy Wood, Gary Young, Allen Dible, Coach Dick Naher, Ted Gottfried, Gordon Hughes, Nelson Summit, Bryon Borkosky. RESERVE TEAM Compiling a 14-4 season, Coach Dick Naher's reserve squad, concentrating on defense, scored an average of 48 points per game while limiting their opponents to 33 points. This team acquired valuable experience and shows promise of a strong varsity quintet. Ted Gottfried tips jump We Opponent They ball to teammate Randy 42 Kenton 25 Wood during game with 49 Eastwood 53 Bucyl-us, 68 Mans. St. Peter 33 Tom Smith grabs a re- 52 Fredericktown 26 bound from awaiting giijvllfus Galion Tiger. 57 Clyde 30 36 Shelby 21 37 Bellevue 27 41 Tiffin Col. 42 40 Bowling Green 41 29 Willard 45 46 Mt. Gilead 33 55 Norwalk 31 42 Ontario 39 50 Galion 32 42 Crestline 25 55 Bucyrus 31 Gary Young drives by his man to score two points on a lay-up. We Opponent They 38 Tiffin West Z2 25 Findlay Glennwood 15 61 Bucyrus Z3 eo Carey 28 43 Tiffin West 24 30 Tiffin East 17 46 Kenton 37 44 Carey 10 52 Bucyrus 7 28 Tiffin East 29 36 Kenton 32 FROSH SCORES Dave Miller fires a jump shot from the foul line as Bucyrus Redmen look on. FRESHMAN TEAM SITTING: Ron Kuenzli, KNEELING: Mike Book, Denny Trease, Denny Myers, Mike Emerine C . . . oach Dick Faulkner, Allen Bell, Jim Hoopes, Tom Kiess, Denny Eyestone. STANDING: John Amert, Jim Troup, John Karg, Jim Ulrich, Gary Heckathorn, Bill Blankenship, Bill Wood, Bob Kirchner, Larry Cattran, Jack Timmo T Sh fer, Keith Lane, Terry Nance, Robbie Lee. ns, om eaffer, Gary Schoenberger, Hal Sheaf- 87 VARSITY THINCLADS -,W 1, 'I'-'x-.s-5. --Iwi ff" :5 "" ':ki'x A s T K KNEELING: Ron Clark. John Karg, Dave Markley, Bill Evans, Chuck Bartholomew, Ken Starling, Ken Davis, Jim Bolton, Dave Miller. ROW I: Jim Fox, manager, Steve Bower, Don Boucher, Mike Phipps. Mike Young, Jack Timmons, Ed Grove, Tom Smith, Tom Hicken- botham,Coach Jerry Case. ROW 2: John McCord, Fred Swartz, Jim Beidelschies, Darrell Rhoden. Steve Tesmer, Bill Bringman, Dale Stansberry. SCORES We Opponent They 51 Bucyrus . . 67 53 l!2 Bellevue 64 1X2 84112 Galion 33 lf2 56 Willard 62 29 112 Tiffin Col. 88 lf2 49 H2 Shelby 68 1f2 74 Carey 44 May 4 Kenton Relays May 12 Upper Night Relays May l5 NOL Meet With a squad of thirty boys, Coach Jerry Case finished the '61-'62 track season with a 2-5 record. Although the win-loss books do not show a winning season. the figures don't speak all for the sport. Senior Bill Bringman broke the 5'8" high jump re- cord with a jump of 5'9 l!2". Sophomore Dave Miller's jump of 2O'3 3l4" smashed the 19'1l 1f2" broad jump record set by Jim Young in 1959, at the Upper Night Relays. Dave also placed fifth in the district meet at Mansfield in the 880 yd. run with a time of 2:07. Miller ran his best 880. 2:04,3, at the NOL. Meet at Tiffin. 88 Bill Bi-ingrnanli. of C. Sportsrnanship Award. fi Q 2 senior on the Bill Bringrnan, lone track squad, broke Upper's 5'8" ' ' d when he cleared high jump iecor the bar at 5'9 HZ". Ed Fisher, official starter Qrightl, begins a race in the ' ni 'ht l3th annual Upper 5 Relays. With pole, Ed Grove measures height of bar . . . l- rell Rhodenhands Don 1 2 Bouche 1' Dar ' n exchange during the baton in a relay. jumps . . and is over the l O 1 9" n'1ark,his highest vault of the year. ,.giI9" Ken Starling, Jun- ior relay runner, begins another lap inthe 880 yd. relay. A ROW I: Denny Myers, Bob Wolfe Coa h D' Castanie D VARSITY K .fl K-.F GOLF TEAM , C ick Faulkner, Roger n, ennis Mundy. ROW 2: Steve Bowman, John Reed, Jeff Roth, Garth Robinson, Wes Robinson, D ave Lawrence . Under the leadership of Coach D' k ner U ic Faulk- , pper organized its f" f. . . . 11 st golf team and 1n1shed1tsf1rstRam golf season with a 5-7 re- cord. Of the ten-man squad, four boys com- prised the varsity team and the remaining six formed the reserves. The RamFaiiw ' ayteam, entered in the Find- lay District Golf Meet fin' h , is ed tenth in a field of fifteen teams. In the NOL M eet held on the Lincoln Hills Course, the Rams finished th' 1rd as a team and, individually, Roger Castanien scored an 83 to be placed on the second team All NOL. This yeai-'s golf team has launched what promises to be a popular sport at U.S.H.S. 90 Coach Faulkner h' , is team members, and several local golfers discuss the scores of the five t eams that entered the NOL Match. 1 UL-L. . r Upper 4 Kenton 12 . . . Upper 3112 Norwalk 12 112 . . . Upper 6 Kenton 14 .. -- N-S: ' . . .- fig Kqznx :': 'Q,, ' fp A 'Q X ., ., .3 , ' S . sw.. K 1 -, 1 . . . A sl e v. -- ,M is .8 .- ,,.. - . -N' Us ' N' QI Q ,t K Q. Q Q an ' K X v 5 I N vt' M W K: A K L - -sk " K .K .3 1 L' i if 1 2 sz - - N N if rree .1 . -- . 1 fjggx. i - ami .. ' X .. xx X. - H...-Ssistgss Senior Roger Cas- tanien putts to par hole four during the NOL match. Roger was named to the second team All NOL. ' bu , ,ef-gifg '--..k 4 Xk-- .-s-sssl-.-Q f ix . .n... ..,.. MQJ, . Q swfil as .mx WMV c.. ,.,.,.s. c ...QQ s ...ss m...,. sw w . Denny Myers plays a cl e a n m a t ch . A s he washes his golf ball, opponents Butch Joachim of Galion and Randy Smith of Shelby look on. Upper 11 112 Lima Shawnee 8 112 Upper 16 Willard O Upper 2 Galion 14 . . Bob Wolfe Junior medalist lines up his iron shot o number five green Dennis Mundy, the other senior golfer, is not pic- tured. "Butch" shot a 74 from rounds of 38 and 36 to card the lowest score for any Ram team member. Upper 5112 Shelby 10 112 Upper 10 Tiffin 2 Upper 3112 Galion16112 . . . w SS X me XR X -mx X M 14 5 gigs ,risks SKK X x xx N X x3 N ENR XXX rss ws ssfrissl X Q' I action Denny Myers trys to sink along putt from the edge of the green X Roger Castanien studies the roll XXX ag . Q of the green before putting. Upper 13 112 Willard 2 2 Upper 14 Norwalk 2 Upper O Shelby 16 . . 91 MS KNEELING: Richie Landversicht, manager, Tom Kiess, Bob Blair. Denny Trease, Mike Emerine, Al Martig, Dan Trease, Jim Packer, Rick Lash, manager. ROW I: Denny Eye- stone, .Tim Troup, Terry Nance, Don Kiess, Dick Carroll, Doug Friesch, Tom Sheaffer. ROW Z: Coach DickNaher, JimCorfman, Bob Witzel, Bucky Riley, Randy Wood, Mike Gross- man. Ted Gottfried, Coach Fred Koenig. After an absence of many years, baseball returned to Upper's spring athletic curriculum. Coached by Fred Koenig and Dick Naher, the Ram sandlotters posted a 5-6 record for their first season as a team. With the bulk of the squad made up of under- classmen, the Ram baseball club p1-omises to be a strong contender in the race for next year's NOL crown. Co-coaches Fred Koenig and Dick Naher study their team and look for fields of im- provement. We Opponent They 6 Cralion 2 2 Tiffin Calvert 14 5 Kenton 6 4 Lexington 2 O Ashland 5 5 Carey l 4 Galion 1 Carey 2 Shelby 5 3 Willard 5 Z Willard 10 An important factor to any team, the Ram's bench strength watches for their chance for action. 92 E Don Kiess K. of C. Sportsmanship Award. Dick Carroll and Don Kiess, pitcher and catcher, distinguished themselves as seniors by being the only two players to hit home runs for the season. Catche r Don Kiess gives the signal to pitche r Dick Carroll during the Upper- Willard game . Dick Carroll After being hit by the pitvher, freshman Mike Emerine leads off first base. Tom Sheaffer waits for the pitch from Dick Holmes of Willard in title game with the Flashes. I . On deck, Doug Frisch takes a practice swing as he waits to bat. Freshman Tom Kiess shows his batting stance that netted him over a .400 batting average, the best for the Ram team. 5 ,V V E S P NUQQIHSBIT I gif Q1 XNQX Rx Q 1 Q, N fs' E! 1 .M a .NBWQW fMwm.NNQwuNN,N N"s"' -Qwiwxaixs man:-L amwxg . T,,wa,,,.:. N A l.. 1- 3 N Qgplwpmnnv- wukuaunnsnsu-nP".., F 3 "" ' -...ulI'- ww-3 gd Sue Strasser, Allen Barrett, Clinton Jacqueth, Mary Creger, Judy Wisner, Diane Ross, Bonny Kiess, Pat Denney, Kandee Grossman, Dick Carroll, Jo Ann Rowe, Amy Diller. Kathy Herald Judy Scheck Football captain Don Kiess kisses Queen Sue Strasser as her court and their escorts: Glenn Mohre, Dick Car- roll, Bud Hawkins, Dick Summlit, Franklin Ul- rich, Delno Hotelling, Clinton Jaqueth, and Allen Barrett look on. f K K' Q. :X K 5 5 X-1 .. wg Shirley Beamer Sue Strasser Nancy Clark M The suspense of the evening is now over, and the queen and her court are waiting to be seated so they can en- joy the football game. arcia Myers Jackie Kuenzli Jean E ,ir 4-1---N V3.I'lS k.hkh .MM K ESE IEE Qfsisil 'll 'WQQCMCSSQQQ g ylii it 'gi fx Eg ISI Iii? ww . ,WMX.. .,,,, sf? BAND QUEEN The annual Christmas parade held on a sunny Saturday in December was high- lighted by the presence of Band Queen Amy Diller, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Rob- ert Diller. The shiny red Oldsmobile convertible which Amy rode in was driven by Band President Dick Carroll. Colorful floats decorated by the art students and the lively rhythms provided by the Marching Band of U.S.H.S. added to the success of the parade. 98 Y 'L'k p p " Jackie Kuenzli, Janet Stephan, Queen Judy Scheck, Rosy Logsdon, Karen Ellis. TRACK QUEEN AND COURT Queen Judy Scheck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheck Jr., and her court reigned at the 1962 Upper Nite Relays. This annual event took place on May l2 at the Upper Sandusky athletic field. The girls, entered riding in convertibles and Queen Judy was escorted onto the field by Track Captain Bill Bringrnan. Judy and her court consisting ofSenior Jackie Kuenzli, Junior Rosy Logsdon, Sophomore Janet ' 'bb s of achievement to the athletes. Stephan, and Freshman Karen Ellis awarded ri on 99 5 i Bill Schoenberger, Ray Hamman, Donna Passett, Rita Karg, Dennis Schindler, Barb Gier, Jerry Soule, Bonny Kiess, Diane Ross, Bob Tilton, Ann Harmon, Harriet Rall, Mike Wolf, Liz Radwick, Marcia Brents, Gary McCreary, Dan Shields. OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY Cornelia Skinner fDiane Rossi and Emily Kimbrough fBonny Kiessj, two enterprising girls of nineteen, decide to take a trip to Paris. At the disapproval of Cornelia's pessimistic actor- father fDennis Schindlerj and over-protective mother QBarb Gierj, the girls take less expensive ship than their parents. Their neighbors on the trip include two young American boys, Dick Winters Uerry Soulej and Leo McEvoy fBob Tiltonj, and a couple of lively British girls, Harriet St. John lAnn Harmanj and Winifred Blaugh iHarriet Ralll. Emily and Cornelia, eager to make a good impression, only manage to frustrate the steward fMike Wolfej. Life is complicated by Cornelia's measles, which they manage to hide from the inspector fMarsha Brentsj. The girls are enchanted by the "admiral" lGary McCrearyl who so courteously returns their safety pockets fa service their mothers had given them for keeping in possession, but hidden, their valuables, and which they had made several attempts to dispose of!J In a Paris hotel, the maid, Therese fDonna Passetj is de- lighted to receive such a nice present from the American girls. "Bedbugs!" was the cry of Otis Skinner, when he sees poor Cornelia's face all swollen the day they were to go to dinner with Leo and Dick. To the dismay of the proprietor of the hotel, Mademe Elise lRita Kargj, Otis scrubs the bed down with am- monia. Cornelia is scheduled for the acting lessons from Mon- sieur De La Crois, lRay Hammanj, a French actor, but receives none when the scheming Monsieur receives no American public- ity from Cornelia's father. The window cleaner, fBill Schoen- bergerj applauds Cornelia's act. All ends Well when Cornelia proves her acting talent, and the girls depart for home. 100 Emily fBonnie Kiessj, Dick Uerry Soulej and Leo lBob Tiltonj are scheming to hide Cornelia's fDiane Rossi measles from the Inspector. fi R was Cornelia QDiane Rossi comforts Emily QBonnie Kiessl who mistakenly thinks that she pushed a man over-board. The captain QDan Shieldsl uncovers the supposedly well-hidden safety pockets given to the girls by their cautious mothers. Looking on are Ann Harman, Harriet Rall, Diane Ross, Bonny Kiess, Jerry Soule, and Dan Shields. KNEELING: Kathy Herald, Roberta Cattran, Sharon Rice, Larry Roszman, Sue Strasser, Roger Castanien, Jill Hendricks, Judi Wisner. SITTING: Betty Newell, Mary Mason, Sandi Larick,Barbara Richardson, Barb Critchet, Dick Carroll, Mary Shertzer. STANDING: Joyce Kail, Amy Diller, Glenn Mohre, Tom Vaughn, Celia Harmon, Bob Kinley, Linda Shuberk, Dave Garner, Denny Mewhorter, Darlene Hensel, Eugene Kerns, Dwight Gibson, Lowell Bear, Mary Ulrich, Christine Bower. On April 6 the 1962 Seniors presented the production STAGE DOOR, under the direction of Miss Ruth Spies. The play told of the lives of young men and women trying to take their places in the theater of our country. The action centered around a boarding house, known as the Footlights Club in the West Fifties of New York. This large home was owned by Mrs. Or- cutt Uudi Wisnerj, a former belle of the stage, who livened the play with her wit. The characters in the play ranged from a suicide, Kaye Hamilton QMary Ulrichj, to a kindly old M.D., Dr. Randall QLowe11Bearj. A The most sincere actress at the home was Terry QSue Strasserj, who found that after three years of hard work, her only means of support was a job at a local department store. David Kinsley QLarry Roszmanj, who momentarilyjforgot his higher goal--Hollywood movies --came back to arouse the spirits of this distraught girl, who had been introduced to him by his discovery, JeanMaitlandQJill Hendricksl. During this time, Keith QRoger Castanianj com- pletely changed from Terry's boyfriend to one so lured by the glamour of the California screen capital, then he went out to seek his fortune. ln the end David got his girl, and Terry received her long awaited start in the theater. "STAGE DOOR" "I'm sorry Mr. Kingsley, but this is against the rules." 102 9 XXX XX x X , d E 3 I The main characters in the production "Stage Door" were: Roger Castanien, Jill Hendricks, Sue Stras- ser, and Larry Rosz- man. ,A-if "Pixie, eh?" Surely you remember me! " 1 Q t 331 f "Everybody look at Miss Maitland now!" is . The prom-goers enjoyed the delightful music provided by the Tower Men a five piece band from Ohio State RENDEZVOUS The sophomore hosts and hostesses, dressed in Ro- man togas, served the guests punch and cookies. setting. 104 Potted palms graced the steps leading to the stage which was decorated with white wrought iron tables and chairs From here they could gaze down upon the dancers in the Romantic The prom dates and their escorts gazed into the effervescent fountain. Flat rocks andrnulti-colored flowers surrounded the base. IN ROME Junior Gary Kin and his date sat on a love seat in front of one of the colorful murals. Beautiful flowers twined their way upward on the Roman pillar. l X .ii'.' ' NS J wt ig gi Qix Q , .Q -1- 1 :FS X 5 " ' I -1 N is t ' is Handsome boys in white din- nerjackets and their dates in beautiful flowing dresses danced the night away at the eagerly anticipated prorn. T I Q Qs s . i f ,a rg ff + e 5 1 ' g.: .,....: sf- ---- fs 'TSE'f,'5e3:s 5w gmt ,. x 1 . gs- f. ' :N Q lsiwmwxwww t K Q as Q ei' 'S yas .r is , - xf ii X, .. 1 vi. .V r 1 wwf E 'ss if Sak g 1 1 1 1 - -A '4 51 ' K - XL'S J ff! 4 5 C 4' . 1' f 1 ik. - 4,-3, fi 3. gt 5 N A if e , . M 'F Q K I Nikk X 1 q if Q 7 . 1 'ii - , p ! Eb 1 I ' f Ng Q Ip I ' ' , " .N , -X -Q 5: N f is .1 .Q,,.. g X, A' ' A xr.. 1 np, l Lrsff GRADUATICN Commencement exercises were he1dJ'une 4, 1962. for the 1ll grad- uating seniors of the Upper San- dusky High School, This program was the first staged since the con- solidation of the enlarged school district. Dallas Heckathorn, senior class president, introduced Commencement Speaker Dr. Gordon B. Carson, a vice president of Ohio State University. Dr. Carson keyed his address to the space age, selecting the query "Are You Going Into Orbit?" as his theme. JN' 106 EXERCISES Heads turned and a silence fell over the audience as the eighty- seventh graduating class solemnly marched into the high school gym- nasium to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancef' The girls wore tra- ditional White robes and carried long stemmed red roses, while the boys Wore customary blue robes. . r....5X,.s.X,.:igQXXsX XNkxgXX X X - .eee i .. ,, it t 1 -. f at Xa K s e s is - 1 is -ii'f xr ' .cs E ---- f if X V ' " NYM: . .K , Q .... If 'il Q - cw "ia if K Kg' ff f' ' 5K K ' Qi 'X , A X 1 K 2: f- +-- M fi Q -Q E - .J s ir 'fe Q it 'S R es 5 ,35 K i? " -"-- " 1 Qi 5-22 1 .fi H 4 -NQE, . ' , - K t f f 6 K N it Q Si M " . -vu, , ,X ,t 5, X WS, . 3 ' I . e, N Q sf- h g lee ' ig .ici if gfiqj is . ' K -X K ., A -N i fi e A - - r ' - 'Ti ' F X i Q -k t .sl Q 1 'iee x K5 ti Y it t . - 1 - W A ' 'li ' 1 eeee it -X in is r -' g R -:LK -it .-5 S K Ti . H 53 5 TN ' Q Si v Ki it ff t i '-KK V it . r .. XM 1, X to 1 sf it if "1 ' Xt e - fl ee-- WX as Q r xv ., . K is? .2 ' ...ms it ann W" Xl' 5 I Roger Castanian smiled as he shook hands with and received his diploma from School Board President Morris Kuenzli. Principal Howard Smith, behind the podium, was an- nouncing the graduates' names and Superintendent C. E. Bennett was assisting Mr. Kuenzli by handing him the diplomas. i 107 Q f iff X Xl 1 X Q xv? I. .4 A ggi' fl' .... -iwlsi ' , 'QV 1'I1X 6322.9 W: 5755 Q wir' V gp 1 I ' gf-Sv-Ni in I EMENT5 CASTANIEN INSURANCE AGENCY James Castanien--Patsy Hogan C. F. Castanien Dependable rnsurance 107 N. Sandusky--AX 4-1327 THE ARTZ DEPT. STORE LITE STAR OIL COMPANY Dry Goods--Draperies FLEETWING PRODUCTS Ready-10-Wear ChiIdren's Wear Walter J. Fry Upper Sandusky AX 4-2391 AX 4-2461 NEIKIRK 5f1.00 STORE Upper Sandusky ZIMMERMAN'S GREENHOUSE AND FLOWER SHOP 415 W. Johnson AX 4-1231 UPPER SANDUSKY DAIRY MIDWEST OHIO TOOL Division of Son-A-Pure Precision Metal Tools 132 N. Wcrpole AX 4-2247 AX 4-1987 KOEHLER DRUG STORE KOEHLER PAINT STORE Kodak Dealer . G Office Supplies AX 4-1916 AX 4-1969 WYANDOT LANES CHIEF Snack Bar Bowling DAIRY PRODUCTS AX 4-2921 PI NKERI NGTON CREAMERY, I THOMAS AND FRANZ AX 4-1919 FURNITURE STORE KLEINLEIN JEWELERS CRAMER D Onds ---------------------- Watches A PLUMBING 8. HEATING AX 4-1743 215 N. Sandusky AX 4-1931 wiTzEL MARATHON SERVICE AX 4-3272 Speed Queen Laundering Equipment Kelvinator Appliances V, ,L MILLINGTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY Upper Sandusky--AX 4-2317 BElDLER'S HARDWARE AMERICAN LEGION WYANDOT POST NO. 225 Pittsburgh Paints--Gloss General Hardware AX 4-2525 Upper Sandusky I PAUL'S SHOE STORE AX 4-3151--112 N. Sandusky DEAN AND PAGNARD B RBER SH P A O STETCHER INSURANCE AGENCY Phone AX 4-3063 for Appointment Open M-Tu-Th-F 8 A.M .-6 P.M . AX 4-1562 Open Sat. 8 A.M.-9:30 P.M. Closed Wed. LOVELL COUNTRY MARKET Lorgesr Store in Town Lovell, Ohio MR. 8. MRS. GERALD SHEAFFER Breeder of Quality Columbias BRINGMAN AND CO. Funeral Directors Established 1909 W. P. Bringman--J. A. Bringman AX 4-2328 226 E. Wyandot Ave. Upper Sandusky MILLS METAL COMPARTMENT COMPANY AX 4-2321 MH-LER,S J. L. FOUCHT QUARRY DAIRY SNACK DRIVE-IN Upper Sandusky AX 4-2385 AX 4-H83 Office AX 4-2611 BOWL-ERA LANES WARFEL COAL CO. Carey, Ohio Hearing and Cooling Ezz Keller Prop. AX 4-1221 LUCAS FUNERAL HOME Upper Sandusky--Morral, Nevada KREBS FLOOR COVERING ECONOMY STORE 120 N. Sandusky Corey, Ohio AX 4-2145 THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Upper Sandusky 8. Nevada 370 on Savings Deposits Insured up to 21510, 000, 00 WYANDOT CO. AUTOMOBILE CLUB AX 4-2315 NEUMEISTER'S BAKERY Eur Mor Bread St Pcstrie AX 4-1981 CAREY FOOD LOCKER Wholesale 81 Retail Nleat Custom Slaughtering Nleat Processing Poultry Dressing 1 Curing 8. Smoking LEE'S TRADING POST Variety Merchandise Boats 8. Motors Guns 81 Ammunition Wholesale--Retail 108 East Walker Upper Sandusky AX 4-3414 Compliments of THE WYANDOT COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION FRAYER SEED COMPANY Certified Wheat--Oats--Soybeans Frayer Hybrids Route 4 Marion DU 2-5I5I In Upper Sandusky . . . It's DIIBlLlE'S aovs s. Zara, WEAR The Place to Go for the Brands You Know HART'S J EWELRY STORE II4 North Sandusky AX 4-I036 Harry, William, James STANSBERY AND STECK SELF-SERVI CE FOOD MARKET Upper Sandusky AX 4-2241 STEPHAN LUMBER CO. For Construction Materials of All Kinds. Component Parts a Specialty HOMES: Ready-Built llllall Sections Roof Trusses COMMERCIAL: Flat and Curved Stressed-Skin Panels , . SINCE 1898 INDUSTRIAL Trusses and Roof Systems Pre-Hung Doors Pre-Finished Floor and Roof Panels THE HARPSTER BANK Harpster, Ohio JIM DUGAN, INC. Marion Men's and Boys' Fine Clothing and Shoes SHARI'S BEAUTY SALON Sharon Lind 130 E . Fairview Ave . AX 4-3559 VOGEL'S SHOE STORE Since 1888 AX 4-2932 WALTER TURN EY GEN ERAL CONTRACTING Heating 81 Plumbing Harpster HY 6-2 Your G .E. School Appliance Dealer DELAPLANE 8. LAWRENC E 108 N . Sandusky AX 4-3451 THE WHARTON BANK Wharton, Ohio GREGORY'S VILLAGE GROCERY Sohio Products Lester 81 Mary Gregory Little Sandusky, Ohio HY 6-9591 DON ELSON PACKING CO. Home of Shur-Fine Meats MAPES REXALL DRUG Corey 396-461 1 SCHOENBERGER BILL WOOD Poultry, Cream, Eggs REALTOR AX 4-T058 CAREY THE EVERGREENS "Just Good Food" CITY SERVICE 396-8841 AX 4-2435 HOMER F- SAMMET NEWMAN PONTIAC SALES --Trucking-- --ExcavaTing-- --BIackfop-- --Paving 2I2 W. Wyancloi' Upper Sandusky AX 4-I342 AX 4-2541 THE STOLL CASKET CO. Rs " l E E ' , , 'A Q k, f Eff? L-mf .fuzsf its-i""wm Upper Sandusky HARPSTER J. C. PENNEY CO., INC GRAIN 8. FEED CO. Penney's Always First Quality Grain, Seeds, Feed, 5h0D the Modern WHY Fence, Fertilizer, and Coal U59 H Penney Chafge Card Harpster, Ohio Marion, Ohio HY 6-2254 KINLEY'S DAIRY SERVING WYANDOT COUNTY Upper Sandusky AX 4-3512 AX 4-I247 The Chevron and Shield are the Symbol of the Dairy Guild of America a National Organization of Independent Dairy Craftsmen Pledged to Maintain the Highest Standards of Excellence. ISALY' S W HARTO N ELEVATOR H3 N . Sandusky AX 4-0117 Wharton, Ohio Upper Sandusky Y i VILLAGE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Route 23--NorTh AX 4-2945 FREY'S HARDWARE MAXlNE'S APPAREL SHOP Kirby, Ohio K NATIONWIDE INSURANCE John R. DeBoIf AX 4-2026 Maurice F. Logsdon AX 4-2586 I 1 DAY'S NEWS AND GIFTS On The Square BUSY BEE GROCERY AX 4-2151 ZIMMERMAN MOBIL SERVICE AX 4-3476 THE DAILY CHIEF-UNION IVI. W. Martin, Pres. Paul Creger, Mgr. Editor Upper Sandusky AX 4-2332 WALTON GRAIN COMPANY Dealers in Grain, Seed, and Fertilizers Upper Sandusky AX 4-2337 WYANDOT COUNTY TOWN IMPLEMENT DEALERS AND ASSOCIATION COUNTRY BOWEN IMPLEMENT CO CAREY IMPLEMENT CO UPPER FARM SERVICE INC u. s IMPLEMENT CO BEAUTY SALON VENT IMPLEMENT CO. wr-TARTON HARDWARE AX 4-3156 WYANDOT TRACTOR fs IMPLEMENT ZIEGLER BROS. CARL F. 8. CLINTON C. KARG General Contractors if K C , Q5 K t Upper Sandusky AX 4-2551 HAROLD TIVENAN Your DeKalb Seed Dealer Hcrpster, Ohio HY 6-2465 Insurance--Bonds Over 50 Years of Service to Wyandot County AX 4-2395 GIER TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE AX 4-2836 ARMSTRONG'S CLOTHING The Store For Men 81 Boys Compliments of AX 4-3047 THE DENNB BARNES WYANDOT POPCORN Real Estate Broker KIMMEL CLEANERS T. f 5 gl . Upper Sandusky AX 4-1959 1. A . 'YE Sxfld-.3 xqiikhmweuuntmi -wgqygk xx x X " V RQ x,.. S - N xg k: A THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK PFEIFER HARDWARE CO. Housewares--Paint Water Systems AX 4-2271 WYANDOT FREEZER QUEEN CO Frozen Meat Products Nevada, Ohio RlCHARDSON'S FLOWER SHOP 114 N. Warpole Upper Sandusky AX 4-1336 UPPER AUTO PARTS, INC. II7 E. Walker AX 4-I96I LYON FOOD CENTER, INC. Russel Lyon Eugene A. Long Clayton Slwull John Lyon C. H. LEWIS E I Q To xLL:TL . REE KS DALE'S GULF SERVICE STATION AX 4-3163 KIESS PAINT AND APPLIANCE Wo I Ipaper--Poi nf--Gifts--Recorcls AX 4-3542 INDIAN SPRINGS POULTRY CO. Ducks 8. Turkeys Upper Sandusky Plant AX 4-2225 Home AX 4-I8I7 N I EDERKAHR BROTHERS BUILDING CONTRACTORS Norfh KeIIer St. Upper Sandusky AX 4-T054 MOORES STORE Auto Supplies 8. Toys AX 4-35I5 II7 W. Wyandof MR. 8. MRS. H. J. SHEAFFER Funk's Seed Corn Harpster, Ohio MR. 8. MRS. WARREN GROSSMAN P.A.G.'s Seed Corn Upper Sandusky A. L. BRENT'S GENERAL STORE Harpsfer, Ohio UNITED AIR CRAFT Forest, Ohio THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. Paints For All Purposes I43 N . Sandusky AX 4-2136 Indian Village Publisher AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY Dick Wilson, Representative Compliments of PITT COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESCUE SQUAD, INC. AND LADIES' AUXILIARY Harpster, Ohio BLUE FURNITURE CO. Upper Sandusky, Ohio AX 4-1527 Complete Line of Home Furnishings and Appliances 21 Years in Upper Sandusky I RUTTMANN CONSTRUCTION CO Vertical Concrete Construction Slip Form and Jump Form 425 W. Walker St. Upper Sandusky AX 4-3538 INDI AN VILLAGE PHOTOGRAPHER CONSTIEN STUDIOS 119 W. Crawford AX 4-1352 1 C. B. SCHOOLFIELD M.D. ROBERT COPE D.v.M. NORMAN KEAR D.D.S. T. H. LAUTERMILCH o.n. PAUL E. EIPPERT n.v.M. D. J. BAUER D.D.S. B. H. HATHAWAY D.0. R. M. ROSSEL JR. 8. R. M. ROSSEL SR D.D.S. H. A. RHODES, K. K. SOLAKOFF, J. J. BROWNE M.D. Band 1,2,35Chorus 1.2.35 Annual Staff 45 Jr SENIOR ACTIVITIES ALLEN BARRETT F A 12 3 4' F F A Officer5StudentCoun- I F. . . , , , , . . . . ' ' ' k tball l,2,3,45 Boys ci1l,2,3,Jr. Play, Bas e State 35 Homecoming Escort 3,45 Visual Ed. l,2,35 Marseilles l,2,3. SHIRLEY BEAMER Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A.1,2,3,45F.T.A. Of- 3 4 Pe Club 4' Scholarship Medal 1, DICK CARROLL Hi-Y 2,3,45 Hi-Y Officer 45 F.T.A. l,2.3,45 F.T.A. Officer 35 Student Council 3.45 Stu- dent Council President 45 Thespians 45 Marchinfr Band l,2.3.45 Concert Band 1,2.3, dDP esident 4' Pep Band 3.45 Dance 45 Ban r , Band 2,35 Choir 2,35 Annual Staff 3,45 BAR5 Sr. Play5 Football 25 Basketball 1,25 Base- ball 45 Class Officer 3. ficer , 5 p , 2,3,45Chorus 15 Orange 8: Black 3,45 Annual Staff 45Homecoming Court 45 Girls' State 35 CECIL CASKEY Jr G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Class Officer 2, Scholarship Medal 1. 4. ROGER CASTANIEN 45 .DAR Good Citizenship Award LOWELL BEAR . ' I F.F.A. l5Visual Ed. 2,35 Scholai ship Meda 2 3 4 Concert Band 1.2, 45Marching Band 1, , , 5 , 3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Si-.Play5Solo8z Ensemble Contest 1,45 Bas- ketball 25 Track 25 State Science Fair 3,45 Parliamentary Procedure 15 Class Officer 1,25 Marseilles l,2,3. ARVIN BENNETT F.F.A. l,2,3,45 F.F.A. Officer 25 Parlia- mentary Procedure l,2,3,4. CAROL BEST - -- ' fi 1 Hi-Teens 45 Steno Club 4, Marching Ban , 25Concert Band 1,25 Pep Band 15 Choir 1,2,3, Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Office Girl 45 Li brarian 3,45 Salem l,2,3. REX BOLENBAUGI-1 ' 'l' tar Proce- F.F.A. 15 Chorus 1, Pai iamen y dure 15 Class Officer 25 Marseilles l,2,3. CHRISTINE BOWER ' Cl b 45 Hi-Teens 2.3.45 Steno Club 4,Pep u T '-Mas ue 2. 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Radio Club ri q 45 Scholarship Medal 15 Chorus 15 Sr. Play, Thespian One Act Play 45 Tri-Masque Christmas Play 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Office Girl 3,45 County Winner of Ohio History, Govt., at Citizenship Test 4. DAVID BREWER F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. Officer 3,45 March- ing Band 15 Concert Band 15 Chorus 25 Jr B ketba112 3- Homecoming rm.-iQ BARBARA COX Play5 as , , Varsity H 35 Harpster l,2,3. BILL B RINGMAN Hi-Y 2 3.45 Hi-Y Officer 45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Student. Council 45 Tri-lvlasque 2,3.45 Tri -1 Thcs ians 2 3 4' Radio Masque Officer '5 2 'p , Club 45 Marching Band l.2.3.45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band l,2.3,45 Dance Band 1.2, 34' Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Annual Staff 1 " Sr. Business Managerg BAR5 KMK5 J '. Play, Play5 Golf 45 Choir Eiisemble 3. ROBERTA CATTRAN Hi-Teens 2,35 Tri-Masque 3,45 Thespians 3 4' Radio Club 45 Scholarship Medal l,2,3. 42 Marching Ban 2 3 4' Pep Band 45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 d l,2,3,45 Concert Band 1, Orange 81 Black 2.35 BAR5 KMK5 Sr. Play5 Pla 4' Solo gl En- Tri-Masque Christmas y , ' " 3 4 semble Contest l,2,4, Chou Ensemble , 5 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Office Girl 3,4. NANCY CLARK Hi-Teens 45 Marching Band l,2,35 Concert Play5 Cheerleader 2.3.45 Homecoming Court Librarian 3.45 Class Officer 2,351-larpster 1.2,3. LOIS ANN COLWELL F.H.A. 45 Steno Club 45 Steno Club Officer 45 Scholarship Medal l,2,35 Annual Staff 45 Office Girl 4. PHIL COOK Art Club l.2,3,45 Varsity U 45 Football 1,4 Basketball l. Chorus 1,Z.35 Jr. Play5 Harpster l,2,3. MARY ANN CREGER Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Hi-Teens Officer 45 F.T.A Hi-Y 2,3,45 Hi-Y Officer 45 F.T.A. 2,3 F.T.A. Officer 35 Student Council 45 Tri- 45 Pep Club 45 Tri-Masque 3,45 Thespians Masque 2,3,45 Tri-Masque Officer 35 Thes- 3,45RadioClub 45 Chorus 15 Choir 25 Orange pians 3,45 Thespians Officer 45 Radio Club Sc Black 3.45 Jr. Play5 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr 35 Visual Ed. 45 Varsity U 2,3,45 Varsity U G.A.A. 25 Office Girl 4. Officer 45 Scholarship Medal 25 Marching BARB CRITCHET Band 15 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Hi-Teens 45 Steno Club 45 Chorus 1,2,3 Choir2,3,45Annual Staff 45 Solo 8: Ensemble Choir l,2,35 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Sr Contest 45 Football l,2,3,45Basketba1l 1.2, Play5 Librarian 2,35 Class Officer 25 Salem 3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Choir Ensemble 45 Boys' l,2,3. State 3. PEGGY CULVER SUSAN BROWN 1-li-Teens 45 F.H.A.45 ArtClub 3,45 Art Club F.H.A. 2,3,45 F.H.A. Officer 45 Chorus 15 Officer 45 Tri-Masque 3,45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 S G.A.A. 2. Jr. G.A.A. 1. 137 VarsityU 3,45 Football l,3,45 Track 35 Base- JOHN CURLIS Marchin Band 4. WAYNE DICKASON Jr. Play AMY DILLER g Band 25 Concert Band 3,45 Pep Hi-Teens 2,3,45Hi-Teens Officer 45 Student Council 45 Tri-Masque 3,45 Thespians '3,45 Thespians Officer 45 Radio Club 45 Extra- Curricular Speech 35 Marching Band 1,2,3, 45Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Band Q . . ' ueen 4, Chorus 1, Choir 2,3,45 Orange 8: Black 25 Annual Staff--Under Editor 45 BAR5 Sr. Play5 Thespian One Act Pla 4 S 1 8: y 5 o o Ensemble Contest l,2,45 Philharmonic Camp 35 Choir Ensembles 45 Jr. G.A.A.15Jr. G.A.A. Officer5 Sr G A A 2' Libra ' 3 . . . . , rian . JEANNE EVANS Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. l,2,3,45 Student Council 1,45 Student Council Officer 45 Art Club 2,3,45 Art Club Officer 3,45 Pep Club 15 Tri-M ' ' asque 2,35 Thespians 45 Chorus 15 Orange Sz Black 25Cheerleader 1 2 3 4'Head JIM GRO TH State Extemp. Speaking Contest5 Parlia ment ' ary Procedure5 Thespians 3,45 Chorus l5Choir 2,3,45 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 BAR5 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 4. JIM GREEN ball 45 Honorable Mention NOL Offensive Football5 Jackson Burgoon 2. Football l5 Track5 Track Manager 2. CELIA ANN HARMON Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Hi-Teens Officer 45 F.T.A. l,2,3,45 F.T.A. Officer 45 Student Council 45 Steno Club 45 Pep Club 25 Tri-Masque 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Radio Club 3,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Dance Band 35 Orange 8: Black 2,3,45 Annual St ff a Treasurer 45 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Thespian O A ' ' ne ct Play 4, Jr. G.A.A. 15 Office Girl 3 4 BUD I-IAWKINS Hi-Y 2,3,45Hi-Y Officer 45 F.T.A 4' Varsity , , , , U. 3,45 Scholarship Medal 25 Concert Band Cheerleader 45 Homecoming Court5 Jr. 15 Chorus 15 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 25 G.A.A. 15 Jr. G.A.A. Officer5 Sr. G.A.A. 2. Homecoming Escort5 Class Officer 1,4. JIM EVANS DAL HECKATHORN Art Club l,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Chorus 15 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 F.F.A.Officer5 StudentCoun- Jr. Play5 Football 1,25 Art Club Officer 4. cil 45 Jr. Play5 Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball MARY ANN FEELEY 2,351-lomecoming Escort5 Class Officer 3,45 F.H.A. 45 Art Club 3,45 Marching Band l,2, Marseilles l,2,3. 35 Concert Band l,2,35 Jr. G.A.A. 1. JILL HENDRICKS GLADYS FOREMAN Steno Club 45 Chorus l,2,35 Jr, Play5 Librar ian 2,3,45 Harpster l,2,3. LOUISE FOREMAN StenoClub ian l,2,35 Harpster l,2,3. 45 Chorus l,2,35 Jr. Play5 Librar- JOSEPHINE GALLEGOS F.H.A. 15 Steno Club 45 Chorus l,2,35 Jr Play5 Class Officer 25 Salem l,2,3. U Hi-Teens 2,3,45 P 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Radio Club 4' Scholar ship Medal 35 Extra Curricular Speech 3,4' Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3: 4. ' . , Band Officer 4, Pep Band 45 Chorus l5 Orange 8: Black 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 BAR5 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Thespian One Act Play5 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2. ep Club l5 Tri-Masque 2, DAVE GARNER F.T.A. 2,3,4' Tri-M , asque 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Scholarship Medal 15 Marching Band l, 2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 BAR5 KMK5 Jr.Play5Sr. Play5 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest l5 Choir Ensemble 4 DARLENE HENSEL Hi-Teens 45 F.T.A. 45 Student Council 1,35 Student Council Officer 15 Pep Club 45 Scholarship Medal 3,45 Marching Band l,2,35 Chorus l,2,35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Cheer- leader 1,35 Homecoming Court 35 Librarian 1,25 Head Majorette l,2,35 Class Officer 2, . 35 Marseilles l,2,3. OLIVE GATCHELL AL FHA 23'FHA Off' . . . , , . . . icer 35 Hi-Teens 3,45 Steno Club 45 Chorus l,2. GEORGE Hi-Y 2,35 Hi-Y Officer 45 F.T.A. 2,3,4, Officer 45 Stud tC TOM HENSEL F.F.A. l,2,45 Basketball l,2,35 Track 25 Baseball l,2,35 Science Club 25 Varsity M l, 2,35 Marseilles l,2,3. WANDA HENSEL en ouncil 45 Tri-Masque 2, F.I-l.A.45 Student Council 2,35 Student Coun- 3,45 Tri-Masque Officer 35 Thespians 3,45 cil Officer 35 Steno Club 3,45 Chorus 1,25 Radio Club 35 Concert Band 2,3,45 Choir 2, Jr. Play5 Librarian 1,25 Marseilles l,2,3. 3,45 Annual Staff 2,3,45 KMK5 Jr. Play5 Boys' KATHY HERALD State 3. Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Steno DWIGHT GIBSON Club 45 Pep Club 45 Pep Club Officer 45 Tri- F.F.A. l,2,3,45 F.F.A. Officer 45 District at Masque 2,3,45 Tri-Masque Officer 45 Thes- 138 pians 3,43 Radio Club 3,43 Chorus 13 Choir 2,33Orange 8: Black 2,33 Jr. P1ay3 Sr. Play3 Tri-Masque Christmas Play 23 Homecoming Court3 Office Girl 43 Jr.G.A.A. 13 Sr. G.A.A. 23 Class Officer l. JUDY I-IINES DE Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. l,2,3,43 F.T.A. Of- ficer3 Student Counci143 Pep Club 2,43 Thes- pians 3,43 Orange 81 Black 2,3,43 Annual Edi- tor 43 Jr. P1ay3 Jr. G.A.A. 13 Librarian 3. LNO HOTELLING F.F'.A.1,2,3,43 F.F.A. Officer 33 Basketball 1,2,33 Track l,2,33 Baseball l,2,33 Class Officer 1,2,33 Marseilles l,2,3. LINDA JACOBS CL CL Fl-l.A. 43 Steno Club 3,43 Chorus 1,23 Jr. P1ay3 Cheerleader 1,33 Homecoming Court 1,23 Class Officer 1,2,33 Marseilles l,2,3. INTON JAQUET1-1 Student Council 2,43 Student Council Officer INTON JAQUETH Student Council 2,43 Student Council Officer 43 Visual Ed. 23 Varsity U 2,3,43 Varsity U Officer 43 Scholarship Medal l,2,3,43 Bas- ketball l,2,3,43 Track 2,33 Boys' State 33 Class Officer 2. JOYCE ELAINE KAIL Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. 3,43 17.1-l.A. l,2,33 F.H.A. Officer 33 Steno Club 43 Pep Club 43 Tri-Masque 43 Chorus 1,23 Sr. Play3 Sr. G.A.A. 23 Office Girl 33 Librarian 2. C ONN IE KARG Hi-Y 2,3,43 Student Council 13 Tri-Masque 2,3,43 Tri-Masque Officer3 Thespians 2,3,43 Radio Club 43 Visual Ed. 23 Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,33 Dance Band 2,33 Chorus 13 Choir 2,3,43 An- nual Staff 43 BAR3 KMK3 Jr. P1ay3 Sr. Play3 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 43 Basketball 13 Choir Ensemble 43 Class Officer 1. EVE LYN KOEHLER F.H.A. 1,23 F.1-1.A. Officer 1,23 Pep Club 43 Visual Ed. l,2,33 Chorus l,2,33 Choir 43 Jr. P1ay3 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 3,43 Choir Ensemble 43 Class Officer 23 Salem l,2,3. KAREN KO El-I LER I-li-Teens 2,3,43F.H.A. l,2,33F.H.A.Officer3 Art Club 43 Pep Club 43 Tri-Masque 3,43 Thespians 3,43 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Chorus ls Choir 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 KMK3 Jr. G.A.A. 13 Sr. G.A.A. 23 Office Girl 3. TER1 KRAUS JA I-li-Teens 43 Steno Club 43 Orange 8: Black 2,33 Jr. G.A.A. li Office Girl 4. CKIE KUENZLI I-li-Teens 2,3,43 Student Council 3,43 Tri- Masque 2,3,43 Thespians 3,43 Thespians Of- ficer3 Radio Club 3,43 Marching Band l,2,3, 43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus lg Choir 2, 43 Orange Sr Black Editor3 Annual Staff 43 Jr. Play3 Thespian One-Act Play3 Tri- Masque Christmas Play 23 Solo Sz Ensemble Contest 43 Homecoming Court3 Track Court 1-li-Teens 2,3,43 Steno Club 43 Thespians 3, 1,43 Choir Ensemble 43 Jr. G.A.A. Officer 1. 43 Annual Staff 43 Jr. G.A.A. 13 Sr. G.A.A. 23 SAND1 LARICK Office Girl 3,4. Steno Club 43Pep Club 43 Chorus 13 Sr. P1ay3 EUGENE KERNS Jr. G.A.A. 13 Sr. G.A.A. 2. F.F.A. 1,23 Jr.Play3 Sr. P1ay3 Basketball 23 DAVID LEAR Science Club l, Marseilles l,2,3. Visual Ed. 23 Marching Band l,2,3,43 Con- JIM KERR cert Band l,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Dance Chorus 1,2,33 Choir 43 Annual Staff 43 Jr. Band 2,3,43 CYIOTUS 11 Choir 2-3 KMK, 5010 51 Playg Solo at Ensemble Contest 43 Basketball EnSeII1b16 C01'1t9St 1. 1,23 Track 1,23 Baseball 132,33 Choir En- DRUCILLA LEIGHTEY Semble 43 Salem l,2,3, 1-li-Teens 2,3,43 F.H.A. 43 Art Club 3,43 Jr. JANIS KIEHL G.A.A. 13 Sr. G.A.A. 2. F.H.A. 43 Art Club 3,43 Jr. G.A.A. 13 Sr. LINDA LEIGHTEY G.A.A. 2. F.l'l.A.1,2,3,43Art Club 43 J:'.C1.A.A. 13 Sr. DON KIESS Cf-A-PM Z- Hi-Y 2,3,43 H1-Y Officer3 F.T.A. 2,33 Stu- HENRY LODGE dent Council 33 Tri-Masque 2,33 Varsity U F-F-A- 2,3,43 JI'-P1-HY? F-F-PM Officers Whaf- 2,3,43 Varsity U Officer3 Chorus l,2,33 An- tOI1 l,2,3- nual Staff 43 Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1, ANITA LONG 2,3,43 Track 1,2,33 Baseball 43 Class Of- Hi-TGCIIS 213,45 F-H-PM 1,2,3,43 F.H-A- Of- ficer 1,33 ficer 2,3,43 Student Council 43 Art Club 43 SANDY KILGORE Pep Club 23 Chorus 1,23 Jr. G.A.A. 13 Sr. I-Ii-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. 3,43 Student Council G-A-A. 2- 13 Art Club 2,43 Tri-Masque 33 Chorus 1,23 NORMA G. LOZANO Jr. G.A.A. 13 Sr. G.A.A. 23 Office Girl 43 Hi-Teens 43 Student Council Officer 13 Steno Class Officer 1, Club 431-lomecoming Court 33 Corpus Christi, BOB KINLEY Texas 1.2.3. 139 MIKE MCCONNELL Hi-Y 2,3,45 F.T.A. 2 ,35 Art Club 35 Varsity U 2,3,45 Marching Band 15 Concert Band 1, 2,35 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track l,2,3. MINERVA MARTINEZ F.H.A. 1,25 Art Club 45 Steno Club 45 Pep Club 45 Chorus l,2,35 Jr. Play5 Sr. G.A.A. 35 C ' ' lass Officer 3, Salem l,2,3. MARY MASON Hi-Teens 2,3 4, F.T A , ' . .45 Art Club 2,35 Pep Club 2,45 Tri-Masque 3,45 Thespians 45 Radio Club 45 Marching Band 15 Concert Band 15 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Jr. Play5 Sr P1 ' ' ay, Bowling 3,45 Jr.G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2: PHYLLIS MERWINE Steno Club 45 Chorus 2,35 Jr. Play5 Class Of- f' ' 3,45 BAR, Jr. Play5 Thespian One-Act Play 45 Tri-Masque Christmas Play 25 Solo Sz Ensemble Contest 45 Homecoming Court5 Choir E ' nsemble 4, Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Band Majorette 2,3,4. BETTY NEWELL Hi-Teens 2, 35 Student Council 45 Tri-Masque 2,3,45 ' Thespians 2,3,45 Radio Club 3,45 Scholarship Medal 1, Marching Band l,2,3, 45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Dance Band 3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Asst. Student Director 45 Annual Staff 45 BAR, KMK5 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Thespians One-Act Play 45 Solo gl Ensemble Contest 45 Choir Ensemble 3,45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A.25OfficeG' l3' ' ' ' ir , Librarian 4, Scholar- icer 2,3, Harpster 1,2 3. DENNY MEWHORTER 1 FFA 1234 FFA O . . . , , , 5 . . . fficerg Marching Band 15 ConcertBand 15 Pep Band 15 Chorus l,2,35Choir1,2,35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Base- ball 2,3,45 Salem l,2,3. CAROL MILLER F.H.A. 1,25 F.H.A. Officer 25 Art Club 4, Steno Club 45 Steno Cl b O ' u fficer 4, Chorus 1 2,35 Jr. Play5 Class Officer 2,35 Salem l,2,3 LINDA MILLER Chorus l,2,35 Sr. Play 25 Office Girl 25 Li- brarian 1. PETE MILLIGAN ArtC1ub 45 Varsity U 45 Football 1,25 Track 1,25 Hi-Y 4. GLENN MOHRE F.F.A. l,234' FFA Off' , , , . . . icer 35 Student Council 35 Art Club 45 Sr. Play5 Basketball 1,25 Track 35 Homecoming Escort5 Reserve Basketball Mgr. 2. BETTY MOORE F.H.A. 3,45 F.H.A. Officer5 Jr. G.A.A. 1. RAY MOSES F.F.A. 1,25 F.F.A. Officer5 Marching Band 45 Concert Band 45 Choir l,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 15 Baseball l, 2,35 B 1' ' ' ow ing 3, Choir Ensemble5 Librarian l,2,35 Salem l,2,3. DENNIS MUNDY Hi-Y 2,35 Art Club 35 Varsity U 3,45 Foot- ball l,2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 15 Golf 45 Cheerleader 25 Librarian 15 NOL Foot- ball Team' F' ' ' , irst Team, Projector Club 15 Carey 1. MARCIA MYERS Hi-Teens 2,3,45 P Cl ep ub 15 Tri-Masque 2, 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Thespians Officer 45 Radio Club 3,45 Scholarship Medal l,2,3,45 Extra-Curricular Speech 35 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,35 Pep Band 2,35 Chorus l5Choir 2,3,45 O 8: B 25 Annual Staff 140 .v ship Team 2. DONNA ORIANS F.H.A. 1,25 F.H.A. Officer5 Art Club 45 Steno Club45 Ch ' orus l,2,3, Jr. Play5 Salem l,2,3. DIANA PFEIFER Hi- Teens 2, 3,45 Student Council 45 Steno Club 4 S 5 teno Club Officer5 Pep Club 25 Tri- Masque 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Scholarship Medal l,2,3,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Con- cert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band l,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Jr. Play5 Solo 8: En- semble Contest 45 Philharmonic Camp 35 Choir Ensemble 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Office Girl 45 Scholarship Team 1,25 Class Officer 1. DANNY RALL F.F. , , as et- ball 2. A. 45 Visual Ed. 2' Football 1' B k SHARON RICE Hi-Te , y 1 g Band l,2,35 Concert Band l,2,35 Sr. Play5 Jr G A A 1 Office ens 2,3,45 Art Club 2 3 4' Marchin . . . . 5 Girl 4. BARBARA RICHARDSON Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Steno Club 45 Pep Club 45 Scholarship Medal 35 Marching Band l,2,3, 45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr G A A 2' Scholarsh' ...., 1pTeam3. KENNY RIEDLINGER F.F.A. l,2,3,45 F.F.A. Officer' Chor 1' s us 1 Jr. Play5 Basketball l' B ' ' , owling 3,4, Salem l,2,3. JUNE ROBERTS F.H.A. 1,25 Art Club 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2. LARRY ROSZMAN ' F.F.A. 1' Scholarshi Med 1 3 , p a ,45 Marching Band l,2, 3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 45 Dance Band 45 Chorus l,2,35 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Solo Sz Ensemble Contest 45 Basketball 25 Track 25 Choir Ensemble 45 State Science Fair 2,35 Scholarship Team l 2 3 4' Rot n 1 1 1 a1'Y Trip to Cincinnati 45 Marseilles l,2,3. ANN ROWE Hi-Teens 45 Steno Club 45 Steno Club Officer 45 Marching Band 15 Concert Band 15 Pep Band 15 Choir l,2,35 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Cheerleader 35 Librarian l,2,35 Jr. Class Officer5 Salem l,2,3. JUDY SCHECK Hi-Teens 45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 15 Choir l,2,35 O Rn B 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Cheerleader l,2,35I-lomecoming Court 45 Office Girl 3,45 Librarian 15 Sr. Class Officer5 Band Queen 35 Track Queen 45 Salem l,2,3. MARY SCHERTZER Hi-Teens 45 F.H.A. 15 F.H.A. Officer5 Art Club 45 Steno Club 45 Pep Club 45 Chorus 1, 2,35 Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Of- fice Girl 35 Librarian 35 Girls' Sextet 25 Salem l,2,3. 3,45 O 8: B 25 Solo 81 Ensemble Contest 45 Girls' State 35 Choir Ensemble 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Jr. G.A.A. Officer5 Jr. Class Officer5 Annual Staff 4. DIC K SUMMIT F.F.A. l,2,3,45 F.F.A. Officer5 Marching Band 15 Concert Band 15 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Class Officer 15 Salem 1. LINDA SWARTZ I-li-Teens 45 Steno Club 45 Scholarship Medal 35 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l, 2,3,45 Pep Band 15 Choir l,2,3,45 Orange Sz Black 35Annual Staff 45 Jr. Play5 Solo 81 En- semble Contest 45 Cheerleader l,2,35 Choir Ensemble 3,45 Librarian 2,35 Class Officer 15 Salem l,2,3. CLYDE SWAVEL MIKE SCHOENBERGER F.F.A. 1,25 Basketball l,2,35 Marseilles 1, F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Art Club 3,45 Varsity U 45 2,3. Choir 15 Football 1,4. FRANKLIN ULRICH ROSE SHAFFER F.H.A. 1,25 F.H.A. Officer 25 Steno Club 45 Chorus l,2,35 Jr. Play5 Salem l,2,3. LINDA SI-1 UHERK Hi-Teens 2,3545 F.T.A. l,2,3,45 Tri-Masque F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Parliamentary Procedure5 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3, 45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45 Jr. Play5 Solo 82 Ensemble Contest 15 Basket- ball 15 Homecoming Escort. 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Radio Club 45 Extra- MARY ULRICH Curricular Speech 45 Choir l,2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 BAR5 Jr. Play5 Sr. Play5 Thespian One-Act Play 45 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 45 Philharmonic Camp 35 Choir Ensemble 45 Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Tri-Masque 2,3,45 Thes- pians 3,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Dance Band 35 Annual Staff 45 KMK5 Sr. Play5 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Office Girl 35 Marching Band 1,25 Concert Sr. G.A.A. 25 Office Girl 45 Band Officer 4. Band 1,25 Sr. G.A.A. 1,25 Mt. Gilead l,2. RUTH VAN BUSKIRK STEVE SLEMMER F.H.A. 45 Steno Club 3,45 Chorus 1,25 Orange Art Club 2,35 Chorus 1. 8: Black 3,45 Jr. Play5 Librarian l,2,3,45 LARRY SMITH Class Officer l,2,35 Marseilles l,2,3. Art Club 2,3,4. TOM VAUGHN SHIRLEY SMITH Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Art Club 3,45 Art Club Officer5 Scholarship Medal 1, 2,3,45 Chorus 15 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Hi-Y 45 Student Council 25 Art Club 3,45 Marching Band 1,25 Concert Band 1,25 Cho- rus 1,25Jr.P1ay5 Sr. Play5 Basketball l,2,35 Track 25 Baseball 25 Nevada 1,2. Hi-Teens l,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Scholar- JUDY WISNER State Science Fair 3. PHYLLIS VOORHEIS STELLA SMITH Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Art Club 2,3,45 F,H.A. 45 Art Club 3,45 Jr. G.A.A. 1. Thespians 45 Choir 2,3545 KMK5 Sr. G.A.A. 2. CONNIE SNAVELY JIM WEAVER F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Pep Club 35 Jr. G.A.A. 35 F.T.A. 45 ArtClub 2,35 Varsity U 2,3,45 An- Librarian 2,35 Mohawk l,2,3. nual Staff 3,45Jr. Play5 Football 15 Track 1, SUE STRASSER 2,3. ship Medal l,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 25 O gl B l,2,3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 KMK, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Cheerleader l,2,3,45 Homecoming Queeng Track Court 2,35 Choir Ensemble 25 Jr.G.A.A. 15 Sr.G.A.A. 25 Jr. Class Officer. RACHEL STEINER Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Hi-Teens Officer 45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 StudentCouncil 45 Student Council Of- Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. l,2,3,45 Tri-Masque 2,3,45 Tri-Masque Officer5 Pep Club 15 Thes- pians 3,45 Radio Club 3,45 Scholarship Medal 1,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band 1, 2,3,45 Pep Band 25 Dance Band 3,45 Chorus 15 Annual Staff 45 Sr. Play5 Thespian One Act Play 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 25 Office Girl 45 Class Officer 2. ficer 4, schoiarshap Mean 1,z,3,4, March- EMILY YOUNG ing Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45Pep F.H.A.2,3,45 F.H.A.Officer 45 Chorus 15 Jr. Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band l,2,3, Choir 1,2, G-A-A 1- 141 STUDENT INDEX Acton, Larry--Fr. Acton, Bernard--Fr. Alban, Gary--Fr.--53 Albert, Robert--Jr.--43,73 Altvater, Dwight--Fr. Amert, John--Fr.--87 Archer, Judy'--So.--73 Arnold, Patricia--Jr.--52. Arter, David--So.--5l,64,67,68 Balduf, Frederick--Fr.--92 Baldwin, Dan--So.--46 Bame, Roger--Fr.--55,88 Barick, Marjorie--.Tr.--44,49,56,73 BARRETT, ALLEN--Sr.--l0,53,8Z,96 Barrett, Marsha--So.--44,49,61,66,70,73 Barth, Franklin--Fr.--74 Bartholomew, Charles--Sof-59,67,69,78,88 Bartholomew, Martha--Fr.--44,70 Bay, Roleen--Jr.--45,611,100 BEAR, LOWELL--Sr.--3,l0,43,59,64,68,lO2 BEAMER, SHIRLEY--Sr.HlO,43,45,5l,58,59, 61,9607 Beard, David--Fr.--74,88 Beidelschies, Jim--So.--88 Beidelschies, Larry--Jr.--72. Bell, Allan--Fr.--53,78,87 Bell, Ronald--So.--53 Benner, Tim--Fr.--64,70 BENNETT, MARVIN--Sr.--10,53 Benton, Mary--So. BEST, CAROL--Sr.--l0,45,56,57,59 Bils, Barbara--So.--45,64,68 Blair, Bob--Fr.--92 Blankenship, Bill--Fr.--74,87 BOLENBAUGH, REX--Sr.--10 Bolton, Jim--So.--S8 Book, Mike--Fr.--74,87 Book, Thomas--Fr.--53,74 Book, Virginia--So.--45,49,5O,64,7l Bookmyer, Terry--Jr.--45,4954 Booth, Richard--Fr.--64,71 Boutwell, Marilyn--So.--72 Borkosky, Bryan--Jr.--53,78,82 Borton, Beth--So.--45,49,5l,58,59,64,68 Bosley, Patsy--Fr. Boucher, Don--So.--78,88 Bowen, Carl--Fr.--74 BOWER, CHRISTINE- -Sr .- -10,45,48,49,54,56, 57,6l,l0Z Bower, Stephen--So.--46,55,78,8S Bowersox, Sue--Fr.--44,74 Bowling, David--Fr. Bowman, Steve--So.--64,67,78,90 Brents, Marcia--Jr.--4Z,44,57,59,65,70,100 Breski, Kathy-'-Fr.--52,74 BREWER, DAVID--Sr.--l0,53,96 Brewer, Shirley--Fr.--52 Brickner, Diane--Jr.--45,5l,57,64,7l,73 BRINGMAN, BILL--Sr.--10,4Z,46,47,48,49,59, 6O,73,78,84,88 Brinson, Dakota--Fr.--74 Brott, Rick--Jr.--49,100 Brown, David--Fr. Brown, Diana--Jr.--52,64,70 Brown, Sharon--So.--52 BROWN, SHIRLEY--Sr.--44,57 BROWN, SUSAN--Sr.--10 Bryant, Mary--Fr.--45,64,7l,74 Burns, Jeanette--Jr.--44,49,5Z,64 Carey, Linda--Fr.--52,74 CARROLL, RICHARD--Srf-10,42,46,51,59,64 67,69,92,96 Carter, Norma Jean--Jr. Case, Jarry--Jr.--6O,78,82 CASKEY, CECIL--Sr.--10 CASTANIEN,ROGER--Srf-l1,4Z,46,48,49,5l, 54,59,64,67,69,72,90,lO2. Cattran, Larry--Fr.--59,74,78,87 CATTRAN, ROBERTA--Sr.--ll,43,48,49,54, 56,64,67,68,72,l02 Chadwick, James--Fr.--88 Chance, Donald--Fr. Clark, Larry--So. CLARK, NANCY--Sr.--ll,45,56,59,62,97 Clark, Ron--So.--88 Clawson, Gary--So.--73 Cleveland, Tarry--Jr.--45,50,57,73 Clingman, Carol--Fr.--52,74 Clingman, Pam--Fr.--52,74 COLWELL, LOIS ANN--Sr.--ll,52,56,57,59 Corner, Greg--Fr.--71 Conn, Janet Sue--Jr. COOK, PHIL--Sr.--11,55,60,78 Corfman, Jim--Fr.--92 Corfman, Ronald--So.--60,64,70 Cornish, George--Jr.--55 Cottrell, Darlene--So.--52 Cough, Graham--So.--53 Courtad, Cheryl--Fr.--45,6l,74 Courtad, Darlene--Jr.--45,57,6l Courtad, Sandra--Fr.--63,64,67,68 COX, BARBARA--Sr.--11 CREGER, MARY ANN--Sr.--ll,45,48,49,51,54 56,58,6l Creger, Thomas--Fr.--74 Criner, Andre--Fr.--64,71,74 CRITCHET, BARBARA--Sr.--ll,45,57,59,lOZ Critchet, Dennis--Fr.--53,74 Crum, Addie--So.--52 Culver, Cheryl--Fr. CULVER, PEGGY--Srf-ll,45,49,52,5': Culver, Ronald--So.--78,88 Cummerer, Sharon- - Cupp, Ramona--Fr: - Fr.--44 74 CURLIS, JOHN--Sr.--ll,67 Daiber, Sharon- -So. Daulton, Kathy- -Fr .- -45,61 ,74 Davidson, Shirley- -.lr . --56,57,64,66,7O Davis, Clifford--Fr.--74 Davis, Kenneth--Jrf-46,6O,73,82,86,88 Day, Connie--Jrf-45,49,64,67,68 Day, Mary--Jr.--57 ' DeBolt, Cheryl--Fr.--44,5l,74 DeBolt, Reuben--Fr.--70,74,78 Denney, Connie - -Fr .- -45,74 Denne , Pat--Jr.--78,100 GALLEGOS, .TOSEPHENE--Sr.--lZ,57 GARNER, DAVE--Sr.--lZ,48,49,5l,64,67,69, 73,l02 Gatchell, Carl--Fr. Gatchell, Carolyn--Jr.--45,7l,73 GATCHELL, OLIVE--Sr.--12,57 Gault, Alice--Jr. GEORGE, ALBERT--Sr.-- lZ,42,46,48,49,5l, 59,73 Gerber, Elizabeth--Son -45,49,5l,59,64 Gerber, Sue--Jr.--45,48,49,5l,6l,64,69,7Z G t , Sharon--Jr.--43,4557 Y Dible, Allen--Jr.--86 Dible, Daryle--Fr. Dible, Sharon--So.--56 ICKASON WAYNE Sr --ll,l0Z D , -- . DILLER, AMY--Sr.--ll,4Z,45,48,49,54,59,64, 67,68,72,98,l02 Dillion, Jerry--Jr. Dillon, LaVerne--So.--49,64,69 Drew, Slsan--So.--45 Eblin, Judy--Fr.--44,74 Eley, Barbara--Fr.--45,56,64,7O,74 Eiey, John--Fr.--64,70 Ellis, Karen--Fr.--45,63,74,99 Ernerine, Mike--Fr.--74,78,87,9Z Emick, Louis--Fr.--71,74 Emptage, Caroline--So.--5Z,59,64,70 Evans, Bill--Fr.--74,78,88 EVANS, JAMES--Sr.--lZ,48,59 EVANS, JEANNE--Srf-1Z,4Z,45,49,51 96,97 Evans, Shelby--Fr.--52 Evans, Sue--Jr.--57 EVERETT, MARK--Sr.--12 Eyestone, Denny--Fr.--64,7l,78,87,92 Feeley, Donna--Fr.--52 FEELEY, MARY ANN--Sr.--l2.,52,59 Field, Linda--Fr.--64,70 Fleck, Connie--Fr.--55,74 Fleck, Sandra--So.--45 Foreman, Doris--So. FOREMAN, GLADYS--Sr.--lZ,56,57 Foreman, Lawrence--So. FOREMAN, LOUISE--Sr.--12,57 Fox, Eddie--Fr.--74 Fox, James--So.--53,6O,88 Frank, Connie--Jr.--45,49,59,6l,64,69,73 Franklin, Arthur--Fr. Frisch, Ann--Fr.--61,74 Frisch, Doug--Jr.--43,60,78,92 Frisch, Geraldine--Jr.--57 Fulk, Carolyn--Jr.--44,59,64,6 7,68,72,l00 Gallegos, Joe--Fr.--74,78 ,55,62 e z GIBSON, DWIGHT--Sr--l2,48,53,73,102 Gier, Barbara--Jr.--45,49,6l,64,69,l00 GILLEN, FRED--Sr.--l2 Gillespie, Mike--Jr. Goodman, Gary--So. Goodman, Lynda--Jr. Gottfried, Charlene--.lr.--45,56,59,64,69,73 Gottfried, Gloria--So.--73 Gottfried, Sharon--So.--45,52 Gottfried, Susan--So. Gottfried, Ted--So.--64,67,69,86,92 Gottfried, Torn--Fr.--53,74,87,88 Grafmiller, James--Jr.--55 Grafmiller, John--Jr.--78,88 Grafmiller, Richard- -So.--64,67,68 A -- --- , , GREEN, Grossman Grossman Grossman J' MES Sr l3 60 78 ,John--Fr.--70 , Kandee--Jr.--4Z,45,58,59,6Z , Mike--Jr.--86,92 Vicky--so.--45,59,61,64,6s Grossman, GROTH, JAMES--Sr.--l3 Groth, Mary--Fr. Grove, Ed--Jr.--55,60,78,88 Guthrie, Guthrie, Judy--lr.--45,5l,73 Shirley--Fr.--52,74 Hablitzel, David- -Fr .- -74 Hall, Patricia- -So.--45,51,61 Hamlin, Hamman, Ray--Jr.--4 Darrel--Fr.--55 2,46,64,67,69, 100 Hare, Pamela--Fr.--74 Harman, Ann--.lr.--44,49,64,69,7Z,100 Harman, Mike--Fr.--5l,74 HARMON, CELIA ANN--Sr.--l3,42,45,48,49 51,54,56,57,58,64,69,l02 Harmon, John--Fr.--74 Harmon, Larry--Jr.--60,72 Harmon, Mary--Jr.--45,49,51,54,58,59,6l 64 69,73 I-lasting, Linda--Fr.--44,63,64,69,74 Hathaway, Becky--So.--45,49,61,64,71 HAWKINS, CHARLES--Sr.--l3,46,60,84,96 Heavlin, Opal--Fr.--56 Heck, Sharla--Jr.--45,5l,64,66,67,68 -- --l3,4Z,53,84 HECKATHORN, DALLAS Sr . 143 Heckathorn, Gary--Fr.--53,74,87,88 I-leckathorn, Ron--Jr. Heilrnan. Susan--So.--55.59 Hemmerly, Larry--Fr.--53 Kieffer, David--Jr. Kieffer, Kathy--Fr.--44,74 KIEHL, JANIS--Sr.--14,52 Kiess, Bonnie--Jr.--45,48,49,64,73100 HENDRICKS, JlLL--Sr.--13,45.48,49,50,54,58 59,611,102 Henry, Kathy--So.--44,49 , KIESS, DON--Sr.--l4,46,59,60,78,82,92 Kiees, Tom--Fr.--74,78,87,92 KILGORE, SANDRA--Sr.--14,45,51,55,56,57 HENSEL,DARLENE--Sr--13,43,44.51,61,102 Kimmell, Dennis--Jr.--73 HENSEL, TOM--Sr.--13,53 Kin, Garry--Jr.--57 HENSEL, WANDA--Sr.--13,5257 Kin, Marilyn--Fr.--74 HERALD, KATHY--Sr.--13,42,44,48,49,54,56, KINLEY, ROBERT--Srf-l4,46,48,49,54,64,69 57,6l,97,102 72,102 Hickenbotharn, Jeff--Fr.--67 71 Hickenbotham, Torn--So.--60,78,88 Higgins, Beverly--Fr.--74 Hildebrand, Torn--So.--64,69 Hill, Sue--Fr. HINES, JUDY--S1'.--l3,42,44,48,5l, Hogan,James--So.--51,59,61,64 70 58,59,61 Hollenshead, Robert--So.--47,64,71 Hooper, Dan--So.--60 Hooper, Dan--Fr.--60,78 Hoopes, David--Fr. Horn, Rose--Jr.--57.73 HOTELLING. DELNO--si Hotelling, Janice--Fr.-- '.--13,53 52 Hotelling, Sharon--Fr.--52 Householder, Sue--So Huffman, Karen--Jr.- Hughes, Gordan--So: Hull, Jane--Fr.--74 .--45,49,64,70 -44,57,74,lO0 -64,69,73,86 Hutchinson, Mike--Fr. Iles. Marie--So.--45,64,68 Iles, Tom--Fr.--78 Jacobs, Connie--So.--52,59 JACOBS, LINDA--Sr.--14,52,57 JAQUETH, CLINTON--Srf-13,42,43,60,82 Jarolis, Connie--So. Jividen, Patty- -So.--74 Johns, Betty--Fr.--52 Jordan, Sue--So.--45,49,5O,5l,64,70 Kail, Cheryl--So.--45,5l,63 KAIL, JOYCE--Sr.--l4,44,49,51,52,54,57,6l, 102 KARG, CONNIE--Sr.--14,44,48,56,57,59 Karg, Don--Jr. Karg, John--Fr.--74,78,87,88 Karg, Rita--Jr.--45,5l,57,61,73,100 Karg, Sharon--Fr.--51,74 Keller, Ester--So.--45,51 Keiffer, Doris--So. Kernmerley, Geral'd--Jr. Kennedy, Carol--Fr.--45,64,70 KEARNS, EUGENE--Sr.--14,102 KERR, JAMES--Sr.--l4,59,73 Kerr, Kenneth--Fr.--74 144 Kirchner, Bob--Fr.--64,68,87 Klein, Mike--Fr.--92 Kleinlein, Ronald--Fr.--64,70 Kline, Beverly--So. Koehler. Bill--Jr.--53,6O,79,88 LYN--Sr.--14,61,72 KOEHLER, EVE Koehler, Jan--Fr.- -45,74 KOEHLER, KAREN--Sr.-- l4,45,48,49,55,59,61 72 Koehler, Michelle--Fr.--45,74 Koehler, Mike--Fr. Kolhrik, Rita--So.--45,49,50,73 Kolhoff, Jim--So.--88 Kolhoff, Paul--Jr.--60,79,88 Kraus, Mike--Fr. Kraus, Rich--So. KRAUS, TERI--Sr.--l5,45,56,57 Kuenzli, Ron--Fr.--74,87 KUENZLI, JACKIE--Srf-15,42,45,48,49,58,59, 64,69,97,99 Kuenzli, Judy--So.- Kuenzli, Sandy--Fr.-- Kumrnerer, Jim--Fr.--53 Kurnmerer, Sharon- Kurnmerer, Walter- Larnbrite, Dan--Fr Landversicht, Ed.- -45,49,6l,64,7l 45,64,68,74 -Fr.--44,64,70 -Fr. -So. -Fr.--55,6174 Landversicht, Joyce- , Landversicht, Richard--So.--60,92 Lane, Keith--Fr.--74,87 Lanker, Judy--Fr. Larick, Larry--Fr. LARICK, SANDRA--Sr.--15,57,61 Lash, Richard--So.--92 Lawrence, Dave--So.--47,64,7l,9O Lawrence, Marilyn--So,--44,49,61,64,68 LEAR, DAVID--Sr.--15,64,67,69 Lear, Geraldine--Jrf-45,51,57,72 Lear, Mary Ann--So.--45.64.69 Lear, Patricia--So.--52 Lee, Juanita--Fr.--52,61 Lee, Robert--Fr.--74,78,87,88 Leightey, Dan--Fr.--53 LEIGHTEY, DRUCILLA--Sr.--15,44, 52,55 LEIGHTEY, LINDA--Sr.--15,5Z,55 Leightey, Linda--Fr. Liles, Bob--So.--6l,64,67,69 Link, Sandy- -Fr.--61,74 LODGE, HENRY--Sr.--15,53 Logsdon, Rosy--Jr.--49,58,7Z,99 Logsdon, Theresa--Fr.--74 LONG, ANITA--Sr:-l5,42,44,52,55 Long, Norma--Jr.--45,49,54,57,6l Loverich, Joyce--Fr.--44,64,7O Lozano, Martha--Fr.--45,74 LOZANO, NORMA--Sr.--l5,45,57 Luman, John--Fr. McClain, Charlene--Fr.--74 MCCONNELL, MIKE--Sr.--l5,46,60,78 McCord, John--So.--6O,72,78,88 McCreary, Gary--Jr.--64,70,l00 McDaniel, Kathy--Fr.--5l,64,70,74 McDannel, Linda--Fr.--44,74 McMinn, Marylin--So.--44,5Z,6l MacLaren, Wenda--Fr.--59,64,7l Martig, Allen--Jr:-46,60,78,86,92 Markley', David--So.--60,78,88 Martin, Karla--Jr.--57,72 Martin, Michele--So.--52 Martin, Patricia--Jr.--52 MARTINEZ, MINERVA--Sr.--l5,55,57,61 MASON, MARY--Srf-l5,45,49,5l,54,6l,73, Mattix, Wayne--Fr. Melroy, Mary--SO.--74,75 MERWINE, PHYLLIS--Sr.--15,57 MEWHORTER, DENNIS--Srf-l6,53,9Z,l0Z Mewhorter, Sue--Fr.--45,64,68,74 Miller, Bernie--So.--47,72 MILLER, CAROL- -Sr.--l6,55,57 Miller, Dan--So. Miller Dave--So.--60,78,82,88 Miller, Janet--Fr.--61,74 Miller Joan--Fr.--45,64,69,74 Miller, MILLER, LINDA- Kathleen--Fr.--74 -Sr.--l6 Miller Paul--Fr. Miller Penny--Jr.--52,57,l0O Miller, Phyllis--Fr.--52 Miller, Miller Miller, Miller Ricky--Fr.--53,88 Sandy- -Fr .--74 Sharon--Son -74,75 Steve- -Fr . MILLIGAN, PETER--Sr.--l6,46,55,60 MOHRE, GLENN--Sr.--l6,53,55,10Z MOORE, BETTY--Sr.--15,52 Moore, Karen--Fr.--52,6l,64,70 Morris, Jim--Jr.--46,80 MOSES, RAY--Sr.--l6,59,64,70,73,82 Mossbrugger, Barb--Fr.--61,74 Mouser, Jeff--Fr.--74 102 MUNDY, DENNIS--Sr.--l6,47,6O,78,9O Myers, Denny--Fr.--4Z,74,87,9O Myers, Dwight--Jr. Myers, Jim--Fr. MYERS, JIM--Sr.--16 MYERS, MARCIA--Sr.--l6,43,44,48,49,54,59, 64,66,73,96,97 Myers, Virginia--So. Nance, Terry--Fr.--87,92 Neel, Martha--Fr. NEWELL, BETTY--Srf-l6,42,48,49,54,56,59, 64,67,68,72,lOZ Newell, Dan--So.--53 Niedorkohr, Reva--So.--44,49,5l,6l Niederkohr, Torn--So. Nordyke, Terry--Fr. Nordyke, Tom--Jr.--72 Nutter, Susan--Fr.--45 Nye, Cynthia--So.--45,49,5O,51 Oates, Allen--Jr.--59 Ober, Carla--Jr:-45,49,5l,57,64,7O ORIANS, DONNA--Sr.--16,55,57 ' Orians, Michael--So.--53 Orians, Sue--Fr.--74 Osborn, Joyce--Jr.--52,72 Owens, Douglas--Jr. Packer, James--So.--78,82 Passet, Donna--Jr.--45,5l,59,62,72,100 Parsell, John--Fr. Patchet, John--Fr.--64,70 Penwell, Floyd--So. Penwell, James--So. Penwell, Karen--So.--52 PFEIFER, DIANA--Sr.--l7,4Z,43,45,48,49,56, 57,64,67,6S,l0Z Pfleider, Marianne--Jr.--57,58 Pfleider, Robert--Fr.--53 Phillips, Gloria--So. Phillips, Walter--Fr. Phipps, Mike--So.--88 Pool, Ronald--Fr.--74 Powell, David--Fr.--64,70 Powell, Rogette--Fr. Preble, Stepl'1ny--So.--44,49,5l,64,68,7Z Pryor, Patty--So. Radwick, Elizabeth--Jr.--45,49,57,64,70,73,102 Rall, Albert--So.--53 RALL, DANNY--Sr,--17,53 Rall, Harriet--Jrf-45,49,6Z,72,lOO Rall, Helen--Jr.--45,49,72 Rall, Pat--So.--44,49,63,64,70 Ratliff, Joyce--Jr.--57 Ratliff, Nancy--Fr.--52 Reed, John- -Jr.--64,6930 Rhoden, Darrell--So.--73,8Z,88 Rhoclen, Judy--Jr.--45,51,64,7O,73 145 Rice, Carol--Fr.--61,74 Rice, Marie--So.--55 RICE, SHARON--Srf-17,45,56,102 RICHARDSON, BARBARA--Sr.--l7,44,57,59, 61,64,68,10Z Richardson, Fred--Fr: -70 Riedlinger, Doris--Fr.--74 RIEDLINGER, KENNY--Sr.--17 Rife, Susan--Fr.--44,5Z,74 Rigney, Otis--Jr.--48,49,58,72 Riley, Bucky--.Trp-46,47,51,55,82,92 Risser, David--Jr.--53 Ritter, Carol--Fr.--52,74 Ritter, Dick--Jr.--60,79 Ritterspach, Barb--Fr.--45,63,64,68,74 Ritterspach, Kay--Fr.--45,64,70 Roberts, Betty- -So. ROBERTS, JUNE--Sr.--17 Robertson, Jim--So. Robinson, Garth--Fr.--64,70,90 Robinson, Wesley--So.--47,90 Rome, Sydne--So.--45,49,50,51,58,73 Romich, Jim--Jr.--82 Ross, Diane--Jr.--45,49,51,61,64,68,l0O Ross, Linda--Fr.--45,64,68,74 Rossel, Karen--Fr.--64,71 ROSZMAN, LARRY--Sr.--l7,43,67,69,102 Roszman, Nancy--Fr. Roszman, Paul--Fr. Roszmqan, Sam--Fr.--53,74 Roth, Jeff--Fr.--70,78,90 Roth, John--Jr.--55,60,72,78 Rothlisberger, Lynn--Fr.--53,74 Rothlisberger, Judy--Jr.--64,71 ROWE, JO ANN--Sr.--17,44,57,59 Rowe, Linda--Fr.--74 Russell, Diane--Fr.--44,59,64,68 Sams, Sue--Fr.--45,64,68 Sanderson, Sharon--Jr.--45,55,7Z Sandridge, Gary--So. Santschi, Tim--Fr.--74 Savidge, Mike--So.--72 SAYER, TOM--Sr.--17 V SCHECK, JUDY--Sr.--17,44,56,58,64,70,97,99 Schertzer, Danny--Fr.--74 SCHERTZER, MARY--Sr:-l7,45,55,57,59,6l, 102. SHAFFER, ROSE--Sr.--18,57 Sheaffer, Hal--Fr.--87,88 Sheaffer, Tom--Fr.--53,87,92 Shearer, Larry--So. Sheeley, Bill--Fr.--78,92 Shephard, Virginia--Jr.--74 Shield, Dan--Jr.--53,100 Shields, Jim--So. Shireman, Sandy--Jr.--5l,52,55 SHUHERK, LINDA- -Sr.- -l8,45,48,49,50,51,54, 59,7Z,73,lO2 Shull, Joe--So.--47,64,67,7O Shumaker, Dorothy--So.--55 Silveous, Robert--So.--53 Sipe, Linda--Fr. Slavey, Judy--So. Slemmer, Bradley--Jr. SLEMMER, STEVE--Sr.--18 Slemmer, Tom--Fr.--74 Beverly--Fr.--45,61 Smith, Smith, David D.- -So. Smith, Smith, Smith, David E.--So.--53,78 James--Fr.--78 Kathy--Fr.--44,6l,63,74 SMITH, LARRY--Sr.--18 Smith, Ray--Jr.--100 Smith, Ricky--So. SMITH, SHIRLEY--Sr.--18,43 SMITH, STELLA--Sr.--18,52,55 Smith, Tom- -Jr.--60,64,8Z,88 SNAVELY, CONNIE--Sr.--18,52 Soule, Jerry--Jr.--53,100 Southward, Monte--Jr.--53,55 SPARKS, .TIM--Sr. Spiegel, Robert--So. 43 Spitler, Nelson--So.--72 Stagger, Robert--Fr.--78,92 Stagger, Shirley--So.--45 Stalter, Richard--So.--53 Stalter, Rosemary--So.--45 Stansberry, Dale--So.--64,65,71,88 Stansberry, Karen--Fr.--45,64,69,74 Stansberry, Roger--So. Starling, Ken--Jr.--55,60,80,88 Steiner, Joe--Fr.--59,64,71,74,88 STEINER, RACI-IEL--Sr.-- 18,4Z,43,45,51,59, 64,67,69,72 Schindler, Denny- -Jr.- - 100 Schnepp, Jan- - Schoenbe rger Schoenbe rger Schoenberger, Sch oenbe rge r Fr.--63,64,7l,74 Bill--Jr.--53,100 Darvan--Jr.--53 Donna--Jr.--45,57,6l Gary--Fr.--74 87 SCHOENBERCSER, MIKE--Sri-17,5 Schoenberger, Pam--Fr.--44,74 Searles, Carl--Fr.--88 3,55,78 Stephan, Andy--Fr.--64,68 Stephan, .Tan--So.--45,63,64,68,99 Jr.--45,56,57,61,64,71, Stober, John--Fr.--53 Stoneburner, Al--So.--53,64,65 Stiefel, Rita - - Stout, Donna- -Fr.--44 100 Stover, John--Fr.--53 Strasser, Mike--Jr.--60,78 STRASSER, SUE--Sr.--18,43,44,'58,59,62,137,102 146 Stumpp, Cheryl--Fr.--45,64,7O Sturgeon, Kathy--Fr.--74 Summit, Nelson--So.--53,64,8Z SUMMIT, RICHARD--Sr.--l8,53,'73,8Z Swartz, Bob--Fr.--53,74,88 Swartz, Clara--Fr.--45,74 Swartz, Fred--So.--6O,78,88 Swartz, Fred--Jr. SWARTZ, LINDA--Sr.--3,l8,45,57,59,64,69,73 Swartz, Linda--So.--45,52,64,7l - SWAVEL, CLYDE--Sr.--19 Sweigard, Rosalie--Frf-52,61,64,71 Swerlein, Bev:-Fr.--44,64,67,68 Swinehart, Carol--Fr.--52 Synder, Connie--So.--52 Taylor, Jim--So. Wagner, Bob--Fr.--53,70 Wagner, Tom-AFI. Walton, Charlotte--Fr.--52,74 Walton, Duffy--Fr.--74 Walton, Ed--So.--53 Walton, Ronnie--Fr.--53 Walton, Sharon--Jr.--45,49,5l,54 64,68,72 Wanamaker, John--Fr.--74 Ward, Gary--Jr.--78 Ward, Joyce--Fr.--45,74 Warnement, Rosie--So.--44,49,6l Weaver, Francis--Jr.--74 WEAVER, JIM- -Sr.--l9,46,5l,6O Weaver, Jim--Jr.--59,60 Weaver, Mary--Fr.--74 Weaver, Nancy--Fr.--45,74 Thiel, Tesmer, Steve--So.--47,64,65,67,68,88 Thiel, David--Fr. Thiel, Diane--Fr.--74 Thiel, Helen--Jr.--64,70 Thiel, Kenny--Fr. Thiel, Rose Ann--Jr.--57 Sharon--Fr.--61,74 Thomas, Jerry--Fr.--78 Thomas, Jim--So.--75,78,8Z Thomas, Ladeen--Jr.--45,57,6l Thompson, David--So.--74 Tilton, Bob--.Tr.--46,47,48,49,5l,54,58,64,7l, 73,100 Timmons, Jack--Fr.--74,78,87,88 Tivenan, Barb--So.--45,59,64,67,68 TOOMAN, .TACK--Sr.--19 Trease, Dan--Jr.--46,60,78,8Z,9Z Trease, Dennis--Fr.--78,87,92 Troup, Jim--Fr.--68,78,87,92 Ulrich, Barb--Jr.--45,5l,56,64,67,68 Ulrich, Ed--So.--53 ULRICH, FRANK- -Sr.--l9,53,64,68 Ulrich, Jim--Fr.--55,7O,78,87 ULRICH, MARY--Srf-l9,44,48,49,56,59,64,67, 68,102 Ulrich, Rita--Fr.--59,64,67,68 Van Buskirk, Brien--Fr. VAN BUSKIRK, DUDLEY--Sr.--19 VAN BUSKIRK, RUTH--Sr.--19,52,56,57,58 Vanhorn, Glen--Jr.--74 Van Horn, Elizabeth--Jr. Van Scoder, Ann--So.--74,75 Vaughn, Kathleen--Jr. VAUGI-IN, THOMAS--Sr.--l9,46,55,10Z Vehrs, Linda--So.--74,75 Vehrs, Marilyn--Jr.--52,74 Vent, Mary Alice--Fr.--61,74 Vent, Ronnie--So.--72 VOORHEIS, PHYLLIS--Sr.--19,44,52,55,72 Vooheis, Sharon--So.--44,52,73 Welly, Joan--So.--52,74,75 Wentling, Paul--So. Westerman, Larry--Fr.--74 White, Fred--Jr.--53 White, Linda--So.--59 Will, Barb--SO.--44,64,7l Williams, Janice--So.--45,61,64,7l,74,75 Williams, Sharon--.Trf-45,49,5l,57,6l WISNER, JUDI--Sr.--l9,43,44,48,49,5l,54,56, 59,64,67,69,102 Witzel, Bob--Jr.--46,60,78,92 Witzel, John--Jr.--60,73 Wolfe, Bob--Jr.--46,60,80,82,90 Wolfe, Mike--Jr.--46,47,49,53,100 Wolford, Sharon--Fr.--74 Wolfrum, Pat--So.--64,70 Wood, Bill--Fr.--74,78,87 Wood, Randy--So.--42,6O,78,8Z,92 Yeater, Bob--So. YOUNG, EMILY--Sr.--19,52 Young, Gary--Fr.--87 Young, Joanne--Jr.--44,57,64,67,7l,73 Young, Mike--Fr.-478,88 Young, Susan--Fr.--74 Zimmerman, Richard--Fr.--78 Zimmerman, Sandy--Jr.--5Z,55,1OO Zischkau, Janet--So.--45,49,50,5l,58,6l Zumkehr, Jean--Jr.--56,57 'SQ-f A- img 'S 16, LMBKQ' fi! I+ I A -s if 'wil hp., 'V K 'E ,gf 6 14 X - ,gr A lj' :si . ., - W -'U LL' may F332 my x . f 'U Xl! ax gs Q 2 s 59 yyz I ,fix 'Y QM JQAQL, ., wmv! ., .K v sf. ., ASR 55 8 ww? .ggi S f ft Q. as Ugg - M M f-:1fg,5 fm, 2 1' mm,.,,,K an JM' xx' I Q ,. I 1 I ,E Y ' 4 1 Y 4 L , I, IE ww Q' 1 'i . 31 T Af ff 1 , ,, , , , W wif f ,ff X. f ,. 1 ,, X, , f Z!! I rf! I. ff , nfqfff -,UZ ffv

Suggestions in the Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) collection:

Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1


Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1


Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1


Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1


Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1


Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1


1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.