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

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UNDERCLASSMEN . . 36 ADVERTISEMENTS ACTIVITIES .... . 50 SENIOR ACTIVITIES FORE WORD It gives my staff and I great pleasure to present to you the 1963 Indian Village. We hope you will enjoy the new scenes of our new Upper Sandusky High School. My sincere' gratitude goes to my assist- ant editor, business manager, and staff for their fine cooperation. LLMLQM Editor -in -chief 2 T JE' an f 'Wim ' Q M 1, W kiwi if -. KU 4 Jinx w k gk .J N in W N 1 ' 2555 . -' ff-IW . ., A it .1-, 4 1 X 1 DEDICA TI ON MR. FREDERIC C. CRINER It is with deep gratitude and humble appreciation that we dedicate this annual to one of our most beloved and outstanding teachers, Frederic C. Criner. His dedication and zeal have inspired many students to strive for the higher and nobler ideals of life. His diligence and determination have instilled in us the love of knowledge and the will to do our best, and have made him prominent in his field. Many students have felt the vast influence of this beloved teacher as he has helped shape their future. A teacher such as he affects eternityg his influence is inestimable. It is the divine ability of such a teacher to awakenjoy in creative expression and knowledge. lt is as Plato said, "Those having torches will pass them on to others." l -4 1 '-qv, xnxx, ,f ., V' fm f fx ' :ami 'L is V ' 'f'Vk1r2iii-31, ' ,wikis an 2931 W X in 'QE-, -of A -Q, Y In EWIEI Y, Y sw- -ei an ar 'PM fu' .V g aw- 52 2.1 K fa , V ,.wN,,,, ..,.x A . -. jan? -'37 As? 1 f -'G Q 5 . 9, P ,Eg Q . . K Q ' ,Z ,Q .G V A , 1- V -1 1' . I 3F 1-4 , ' K ,- F v 'If' -' L f 'V nina x 1 Q . X 4 .gf ' I 'gl' ' f If 7 L35 W . , i x X 4 LQ z .V ',.g.. K, , 'x 7,23 H . 5. -' . 3 .. , 1 I ,ii N f K 351 . Mm . ' . . J I U K K 13 :lily . f avg., j 4 Af' ., kb . ' K , .L.4, V I V t ' 9 ,V A gil? 7. , W . ' L, ,, N , . an ' . gf: www wwf-saiww Q-eiwawm-N.u...5..,Q f--.4 . . ,ga l ,t,, ry, Q, 1 F Maw iff MQ Wu W, vii 'WM , .Q ,-U. 1. 'Gs 5.4 z' 1' .9 A EW1, 2 was ss I M Q f R we Q S E N I I m O R S X -M-m.,.,,m..nW,,.m..,..,..,n....,...,..,....M..,..-n., x.W.,.l Robert Floyd Albert Patricia Arlene Arnold Ann Harman and Sharla Heck represented Upper Sandusky at Girls' State. Marjorie Allene Barick Roleen Katheryn Bay Larry Arthur Beidelschies Teresa Rae Bookmyer if , VVQKSWK , , 41 Bryan Roger Borkosky Richard W. Brott Diana Jane Brown Jeannette Eileen Burns 10 ,, Marcia Lee Brents Diane Christine Brickner l . Bob Wirzel, Ken Davis, Ray Harriman represented Upper Sandusky at Boys' State, .l larry Alien Case George Cornish Darlene Sue Courtad Shirley Ann Davidson Kenneth Junior Davis Constance Louise Day Mary Alyce Day Allen Dean Dibie 11 A William Patrick Denney Jr. Constance Lee Frank X s A Geraldine Marie Frisch Paul Douglas Frisch Carolyn Sue Fulk Carolyn Jean Gatchell Seniors ordering their pictures in the library are John Reed, Allen Martig, Bonnie Kiess, and Jim Grafniiller. 12 ,.-A Sue Ann Gerber Sharon Sue Getz Barbara Sue Gier Michael R. Gillespie K. I , y G 1 Lynda Jayne Goodman Charlene Louise Gottfried James Grafmiller, Jr. John Edward Grafmiller L... Kandee Sue Grossman Michael Curtis Grossman Edward Irvin Grove Judy Ann Guthrie Becky Anne Hamilton Raymond Tracey Hamman Ordering their pictures in the auditorium are seniors -- Doug Frisch, Ken Davis, and Rick Brott. I! ! 13 Lawrence Eugene Harmon Melinda Mary Harmon Sue Ann Harman Ronald L. I-leckathorn Rose Marie Horn Karen Sue Huffman Rita Colleen Karg Gerald Lee Kemerly David C. Kieffer Bonita Irene Kiess The 1963 Homecoming ,attendants and es- corts before the crowning of the queen, Bonnie Kiess, are Donna Passer, Jim Morris, Harriet Jane Rall Helen Rosemarie Rall John David Reed Judy Kaye Rhoden Otis Charles Rigney Murrell P. Riley David M. Risser Richard Louis Ritter .5 James Michael Romich Diane Lynn Ross Dick Ritter, Bryan Borkosky, Larry Harmon fmanagerj, and Allen Martig. ,l John Murray Roth Judy Louise Rothlisberger Sharon Mae Sanderson Dennis Wayne Schindler Darvan Wayne Schoenberger Donna Rae Schoenberger William H. Schoenberger Daniel Lee Shields The "Hobgoblin Hop" sponsored by the Annual Staffwas held after the Bucyrus football game in the Union school building on Oct. 26, 1962. 18 -n... Sandra Shireman Bradley Paul Slemmer Frederick Ray Smith Thomas A. Smith Richard Jerry Soule Monte Walter Southward James C. Sparks Kenneth E. Starling Norita Jean Stiefel Michael L. Strasser Frederick Donald Swartz Helen Mae Thiel The dance after the Willard basketball game on Feb. ll, 1963, was held in the cafeteria of our new highschool. 19 D' th 'tW'lld,' R 'h , Sisgjghe Ejirgi igglgimtsl ar hm Omm Roseann Mary Thiel Ladeen Elaine Thomas l Robert B. Tilton Daniel H. Trease, Jr. Barbara J, Ulrich Glen Eugene Vanhorn cw-' 4 Kathleen Louise Vaughn Sharon Rae Walton Gary Clinton Ward Francis W. Weaver L i Those elected by the Senior Class to serve as James Frederick Weaver Frederick Lewis White their officers are: Treasurer --John Witzel, Sec- retary --Mary Harmon, President -- Bob Witzel, 8: Vice President -- Bob Albert. John Charles Witzel Robert Craig Witzel Sharon Ann Williams L. Michael Wolfe Robert F. Wolfe Joanne Young Sandra Faye Zimmerman Genevieve Zumkehr f. fbwgkvgg 3 -W mmm. ,aww X Md' 5? X wx. 4 AKi4gw6Qg q I lf 31,5 fwfeQ:3f wwmaam we V W Q I AN C U L J ' we SCHOOL BOARD: MY- Karl Gerber, Mr. Harold Mason, Mr. C. Eugene Bennett, Mt. Morris Kuenzli, Mr. Robert Troup, Mr. Wayne Myers, and Mr. David Needs. SCHOUL BOARD SENIORS: Your community has provided you with facili- ties, -faculty, curriculum and activities they be- lieve essential for a Well-developed student and delighted in doing so. As you depart from your school, may you find happiness, good health, and abundant living in your endeavors. Someone has reminded us years past that God gives to every bird its food, but he does not throw it into the nest. smee President of the School Board 24- SE CRE TAR 2' Marie R. Vent Principal's Secretary Whether those of you who have completed twelve years of formal schooling find answers to our society's problems or simply add to its problems depends now, not upon parents or teachers, but upon each individual. Maturity means accept- tance of personal responsibility for others in the community as well as for your own decisions and actions. I have' confidence that you will ever reinforce the trust we have placed in you to deal maturely with the persistent as well as the novel problems which will in- evitably be yours in the coming years. Sincerely, 04,73 Superintendent 25 5 To thegraduating class of l963, Ivvish to express my sincerest congratulations. To you belongs the signal honor of being the first class to graduate from the new high school building. As you leave your high school Work, you will be faced with complex problems Which have never been faced collectively, before. The complexity of these problems will de- mand unprecedented, many-sided solutions. lt is my hope and belief that the school has given you a basis on which to build your solution to these problems. lt is also my hope that in facing these problems that your hopes and dreams may be realized to the fullest degree. , Sincerely, J Principal 26 Dean ofGir1s, Mrs. MARGARET WITZEL i Dean of Boys, Mr. RICHARD FAULKNER OUR DEAN S AND GUIDANCE COUNSEL OR Guidance Counselor Mr. PAUL GROTH A. I. BISHOP FRANCES BENNETT Georgetown College Ohio State University English 11 English 12 MYRTLE BIDWELL Heidelberg College Home Economics F.H.A. JOHN L. BORTON Ohio State University B.Sc. in Agriculture Ohio State University Vocational Agricul- ture B . SC. in Agriculture F.F.A. Vocational Agricul- ture IV, Industrial Arts I, F.F.A. ELIZAB ET H BURNETT Findlay College University of Michigan University of Colorado A.B., M.A. Algebra I General Math Hi-Teens ELEANOR DILLER FREDERIC CRINER University of Toledo A.B. Latin French English Sophomore Class Sponsor Orange 85 Black Proofreader like BETTY C UNNING HAM Heidelberg College Fairmont State College Oberlin Graduate School Home Economics I English 10 World History French I 'Q .. , 5 X F' 1: . V ,, y -A DONALD L. GARRIS Findlay College B.A. Social Studies American History World History Asst. Baseball Coach RIC HARD FA ULKN ER Wittenberg University Ohio University B . Sc. M .A . Health and Physical Education American History Varsity Football Varsity U, Golf Freshman Basketball CYNT HIA FIDLER Heidelberg College University of Michigan B.A. M.A. Speech , English 9 Extracurricular Speech Jr. 8: Sr. Play ED FISHER Muskingum College A.B. Head Basketball Coach Asst. Track Coach Phy. Ed. Health Driver Ed. SALLY GOTTFRIED Bowling Green State University B.S. in Ed. English 10 Advisor to Annual RAY D. GOTTFRIED Bowling Green State University B.S. in Ed. Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Hi -Y ANTHONY T. GUZZO Duquesne University B.S. Typing Gen eral Business Gen eral Math FREDERIC K FLEEM AN Antioch College A.B. Chemistry Algebra ll Solid Geometry i Trigonometry Junior Class C HARLES W . HOOD Indiana State College Ohio State University B.S. in Educ. M.S. Biology Senior Class RAY HAMMAN Virginia Polytechnic Insti- tute, Princeton University, Bluffton College, Bowling Green University, Ohio State University, Purdue University, A.B., M.A. World History American Government Sc Social Studies Orange SL Black FREDERIC K W . KOENIG Tiffin University Heidelberg College B.A., B.S. in Com- m erce Bookkeeping Law Economics Visual Education Baseball Coach DEAN H. MCCUTCHEN Ohio Northern Indiana University B.S., M.S. Algebra Geometry Athletic Coordinator STANLEY E. HINDMARCH Ohio State University B.M., B.S. Band NORA KINLEY Heidelberg College B.A. English Com position CLAUDE NEISWAN DER Syracuse University A.B. Biology ELL EN MATTESON Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Northern Western Reserve A.B., B.L.S. School Librarian M--NN ,A 'E LWA, .Q-2 JOYCE SUTTON Ohio University Ohio State Univ B.F.A., B.S.Ed. High School Art Art Club EVELYN M. NEUMEIST ER Asbury College Ohio State Univ. Bowling Green State Univ. A.B., lvl.A. English Ninth grade sponsor DOROTHY PARSELL Heidelberg College Bowling Green State Univ. A.B. English ll F.T.A. IAM ES SCHOENBERGER Ohio State Univ. B.S.Ed., M.A. Physics Chemistry General Science Public Address Club WALTER WHITE Central State Ohio State Univ. B.S. Stenography Typing Junior Concessions Stand Prom Sponsor Srenography Club Sponsor KATHERINE TUCKER Denison University A.B. Spanish Hi -Teens Assistant MARGARET WITZEL Wittenberg College Bowling Green State Univ B.S. Health Girls' Physical Ed. Cheerleaders Pep Club RUTH M. SPIES Northwestern Univ B.M.E., M.M. Concert Choir Sophomore Choir Mixed Chorus Girls' Glee Club Tri -Masque Thespians Radio Club HY M F , f . , rs , K EQ- A "W-'frfi " ' f sraasrafrf . sr L - 1 1 ff f , ' I f I , ,:.... tE.., . X' ' ' ' 1.-.. :.,f-uf: ww r jp, .J as L, ,W ,ff ,. y nf - x h ry -.5 ,r2w:fg.- '- r 0 S I I Mrs. Oscar Laudenslager, Mrs. Donald Ulrich, Mrs. Keith Hotelling, Mrs. Fred Young, Mrs. Charles Young, Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. Donald Westerman. ABSENT: Mrs. Stewart Hollanshead. OUR COOKS l l - Supervised by Mrs. Denman who X. plans our menus, the cooks prepare these meals for us every day. This year, they were responsible for serv- ing 500-600 meals a day. A typical menu Was: Fried chicken Potato salad Buttered peas Grapefruit and orange slices I-Iot rolls and butter Milk Mrs. George Denman Supervisor 32 C US TODIAN S The student body of U.S.H.S. Wish to express their appreciation for the time and Work these cus- todians have spent in keep- ing our school attractive. Mr. Irvin Tooman, Mrs. Cora Shaw, Mr. Lawrence Rall. ABSENT: Mr. Robert Spitler . ' T ,, I in :ai-1'f"JXS" - or -1-4 6,15 K'-' Em kv--I .1-j p , J 33 B US DRIVERS A picture of the bus drivers was not taken this year because of the problem of getting all of them to- gether. The students of U.S.H.S. wish the bus drivers to know that they appreciate the work and the patience that they showed this year. xl , S iii . . ks A ,w,w,g, . Q Jw M . gf , 2 K H514 Ja Q S f X ' W J x Sim we W gi fp ig' 5255 wi 15 M353 fi ? 2 1 gf ! Xgsgifx '11 M + QL 3 33 wspfv .,1. , ..., A?m"1A'k 1 ,L-, sk I. ,Q z I if v E 7 EYE i ' K' mfg ,V .,.,. f --fy 'Elf .kmwwmwmnmgii ,QWMM ,,www,i xx? QQ mu wif ff- .L jUNIORS Darrell Rhoden . . .... President Don Boucher . . . . V. President Beth Borton . . . . Secretary Pat Rall. . . . . Treasurer Mary Benton Barbara Bils James Bolton Virginia Book Beth Borton Don Boucher Marilyn Boutwell Steve Bower Steve Bowman Sharon Brown Larry Clark Ronald Clark Ron Corfman Darlene Cottrell Graham Couch Addie Crum Ronald Culver Sharon' Dible LaVerne Dillon Susan Drew Caroline Emptage Sandy Fleck Doris Foreman Lawrene Foreman James Fox Liz Gerber Gary Goodman Gloria Gottfried Sharon Gottfried Susan Gottfried , r,,,,.,, FIST' 36 Gary Alban Judy Archer David After .X y,,r 'K J Jr ,,l, T ,, f"'!9B" f. Q. .f s Dan Baldwin Marsha Barrett V V Chuck Bartholomew ri' 1' A ,-'. , ir or A rr rr aa may r 5, sr, 7 r rr, me QQ is Q al' r mia f xi' , w . 5 r 1 D9 as K r I 1 5 . f,:,-,aff - . igigggg ' Jam es Beidelschies Ronald Bell M' al KKEMWH' is 1 ., 1 " ,55,is ., G2 I Q ..r,.. r 0. , fb W J f i 5? r F 1 - - 1 ,... M ,r rfb rrrsr .r.l,l, if trl' 31 -. 4 -, ,-if vga' sffm " 16 f 3 3: . . -... YV . . .. -ig.. : w i f A W lr- r.,r r. r rrrr ,,.r,r,,f . r . , . X WF vi? Vi. , 1 fr . 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A A if t 'i ii .Q r Ted Gottfried Richard Grafmiller Vicky Grossman Pat Hall Stewart Hamilton Becky Hathaway Susan Heilman Kathy Henry Tom Hickenbotham Tom Hilderbrand Jim Hogan Bob Hollanshead Dan Hooper Sue Householder Gordon Hughes Marie Hes Connie Jacobs Pat Iividen Sue Jordan Cheryl Kail Esther Keller Doris Kieffer Rita Kolarik Jim Kolhoff Richard Kraus Judy Kuenzli Richard Lash David Lawrence Marilyn Lawrence Mary Lear Patricia Lear Bob Liles John McCord Dave Markley Michele Martin- Mary Melroy Bernie Miller Dan Miller Dave Miller Sharon Miller Jerry Montee Dan Newell Reva Niederkohr Tom Niederkohr Tom Nordyke Cindy Nye Mike Orians Jim Packer 37 Karen Penwell Gloria Phillips Mike Phipps Stephanie Preble Bud Rall Pat Rall Marie Rice Darrell Rhoden Betty Roberts Sydne Rome Gary Sandridge Mike Savidge Larry Shearer Joe Shull Dorothy Shumaker Bob Silveous Dave Smith David E. Smith Connie Snyder Bob Spiegel Nelson Spitler Shirley Stagger Richard Stalter S Rosie Stalter Dale Stansbery Janet Stephan Al Stoneburner Nelson Summit Fred Swartz Linda Swartz Steve Tesmer Jim Thomas Dave Thompson Barbara Tivenan Ed Ulrich Kay Vehrs Ronald Vent Sharon Voorheis Rosie Warnement Joan Welly Paul Wentling Linda White Barbara Will Jan Williams Pat Wolfrum Randy Wood Judy Wynkoop Janet Zischkau 38 xww' ,ff We it-A ' " 'S , S S T QQ. ' V, . B my 3 r f a if ff 'U 'A - , rs ,pic ,, H , , 'f -5235 Q A " ,C'fi2?., in-fa..s,f,Q,,g,4o l, 1 , sl . V M as -'IJ' 1-548 4 rf' YS " Q A ,snuff ,MMV ,fa rw-nf John Amert Fred Balduf Martha Bartholomew David Beard Allen Bell Tim Benner Dennis Trease Robert Blair Gary Young . D I I Bill Blankenship Sue Mewhorter u ' Linda Ross . . Nga-0 'Hwv:'xf . President V. President . . Treasurer . . Secretary Mike Book Tom Book Richard Booth Patsy Bosley Sue Bowersox Carl Bowen David Bowling David Brown Mary Bryant Linda Carey Larry Cattran Jim Chadwick Donald Chance Greg Comer James Corfman Sandra Courtad Sherry Courtad Tom Creger Andre Criner Cheryl Culver Ramona Cupp Charlotte Cushman Kathy Daulton Cliff Davis Cheryl DeBolt Reuben DeBolt Connie Denney Daryle Dible Judy Eblin Barbara Eley 39 Q John Eley Karen Ellis Mike Emerine Louis Emick Shelby Evans William Evans Dennis Eyestone Donna Feeley Linda Fields Connie Fleck Edwin Fox Ann Frisch Joe Gallegos Carl Gatchell Tom Gottfried John Grossman Mary Groth Shirley Guthrie David Hablitzel Pamela Hare John Harmon Mike Harman Linda Hasting Opal Heavlin Gary Heckathorn Larry Hemmerly Jeff Hickenbotham Beverly Higgins David Hoopes Janice Hotelling Sharon Hotelling Jane Hull Mike Hutchinson Tom Iles Betty Johns Iohu Karg Sharon Karg Carol Kennedy Kenneth Kerr Kathy Kieffer Tom Kiess Marilyn Kin David King Bob Kirchner Mike Klein Ron Kleinlein Jan Koehler Michelle Koehler 4-0 M , ,iV 5 ge! We-I WM g are Q s 'Q an 6' 'W Mike Kraus Ron Kuenzli Sandra Kuenzli Jim Kummerer Sharon Kummerer Joyce Landversicht Keith Lane Judy Lanker Larry Larick Robert Lee Dan Leightey Sandra Link Teresa Logsdon Joyce Loverich Martha Lozano Wenda McClaren Charlene McClain Kathy McDaniel Linda McDannel Julia McWilliams Sue Mewhorter Janet Miller Joan Miller Kathy Miller ! J I Paul Miner 2 Richard Miller 2 Sandra Miller Steve Miller I Karen Moore Barbara Mossbrugger J Jeff Mouser J Dennis Myers James Myers Terry Nance Martha Neel Terry Nordyke Susan Nutter Sue Orians John Parsell John Patcher Bob Pfleider Walter Phillips I Ronald Pool David Powell Nancy Ratliff Vickie Rettig Carol Rice Fred Richardson 41 4.1 Doris Riedlinger Susan Rife Carol Ritter Barbara Ritterspach Kay Ritrerspach Linda Ross Karen Rossel Nancy Roszman Sam Roszman Jeff Roth Lynn Rothlisberger Linda Rowe Diane Russell Sue Sams Tim Santschi Dan Schertzer Ian Schnepp Gary Schoenberger Pam Schoenberger Tom Sheaffer Bill Sheeley Linda Sipes Tom Slemmer Beverly Smith James Smith Kathy Smith Barb Spellerberi, Robert Spence Robert Stagger Karen Stansberry Joe Steiner Andy Stephan Cheryl Stumpp Kathy Sturgeon Clara Swartz Evelyn Swartz Robert Swartz Rosalie Sweigard Beverly Swerlein Carol Swinehart David Thiel Diane Thiel Kenneth Thiel Sharon Thiel Jerry Thomas Jack Timmons James Troup James Ulrich 42 'in-'fillt 5 'Wk +2 if X ' A' fi 19 silos Ronald Albert Christine Armstrong Carol Arnold Gary Young Mike Young Susan Young Dick Zimmerman Mike Mc Kee Lynn Gottfried Dale Corfman Rita Ulrich Mary Vent Bob Wagner Tom Wagner Charlotte Walton Ron Walton Thornton Walton Joyce Ward Mary Weaver Nancy Weaver Larry Westerman Bill Wood . . . President . V. President Sec. 8a Treas. Thomas Baker Nancy Barber Robert Bardon Nancy Barick Franklin Barth Patricia Barth Charles Bell Carol Bidwell David Bils Janet Blair Joyce Blair Beverly Bohlen Sylvia Bolyard Jan Borkosky Carolyn Bower Jerry Bower Regina Bowling Susan Breski Vonice Brinson Mary Ann Brown Rosetta Brown Sue Carroll Bill Carrothers Joanne Case Roberta Case Elmer Caskey Steve Cheney Ed Chevalier Jane Clark Sharon Clark Edwin Clinger Dale COl'f1T1H1'1 Paulette Cottrell Darwin Couch Connie Courtad Marcy Courtad Stan Courtad Dennis Critchet Dan DeBolt Dodge DeBolt Barbara Dible Bill Dirmeyer Linda Edwards Tom Eippert Linda Eley Linda Elliott Tim Everett Carolyn Feeley Mike Feuerstein David Fox Arthur Franklin Sharyn Fritchie Barbara Gerber Janice Getz Pat Gillen Allen Goodman Steve Gottfried Gary Gregory John Groth Bonnie Halbedel Beth Hamman Tim Hamman Cheryl Hannibal Nancy Hare Barbara I-leckathorn Arden Heckathorn 44 M? iw NHS? rm HCV sf' Robert Hecker James Heilman Barbara Hemmerly Scott Hensel Muriel Hoover Jean Horn Marsha Householder Par Huffman Mike Hurley Reva Jevas Kathy Jividen Danny Karg Ralph Kelly Sue Kerr Jerry King Jean Kirchner Linda Knepper Jim Kotterman Robert Kuenzli Dan Lambrite Par Landversicht Russell Larick Juanita Lee Dave Leightey Mike Logsdon Pat Logsdon Edwin Long Teresa Loverich John McCal1ister Jerry McClain Sandra McDaniel Mike McKee Bruce McWilliams James Martin Nancy Melroy Sherry Messmer Mary Alice Metz Phyllis Miller Ronald Miller Tom Mitchel Don Mohre Robert Mooney Nancy Moore Susan Morris Virginia Myers Joe Mundy Tom Needs Jack Newman 45 .Susan Nickless Denny Niederkohr Ken Niederkohr Dick Niederkohr Rebecca Nordyke Robert Nutter Linda Nye Yvonne Orians Kathy Osborn Elaine Pfeifer Mike Pfeifer Carol Phillips Marcus Rall Gene Ratliff Judy Ratliff Steve Reber Molly Rhoden Junior Richardson Kathy Richardson Jeff Rinehart Sharon Robertson Don Robertson Steve Robey Linda Rodgers Robin Rome Donna Rose Barb Rushing Mary Russell Shirley Sayre Sue Scheck Emily Schilling Mary Schindler Darlene Shambaugh Diane Sherman Mike Schilling Don Shuster Dean Silveous Jerry Sipe Mary Sipe John Smalley Heleen Smith James Smith Judy Smith Ray Smith Sue Ellen Smith Susan Smith Patsy Snyder Wayne Snyder 4-6 D Freshman NOT PICTURED: IUFHOFSI Sophomores: Ed Landversicht Richard Landversicht Jim Shields Dwight Altvater Linda Fuller Sharon Robertson John Stober John Wanamaker Dennis Trease 47 Dale Wright Raymond Wright Neal Young Marsha Zimmerman Gary Dible Lynn Gottfried Ronald Nutter Michael Ekleberry Shirley Brewer Janis Spitler Bernard Spyker Tim Stansberry Theresa Steinbaugh Rebecca Stiefel Martin Still Joe Strasser Ruth Sturgeon Irma Swartz Paula Swartz Bob Sweigard Linda Swihart Jerry Taylor Thelma Taylor Carolyn Thiel Connie Thiel Carolyn Thomas Sue Tilton Robbe Traschel Pat Tucker Brian Van Buskirk Beverly Van Horn Robert Van Scoit Kenneth Vehrs Janice Wagner Evangeline Weaver Sheila Wells Karen Westerman Dale Wheeler Andrew Wines QNX-1 iv' fm ., WM in I V I T I E S I ., " """ ROW 1: Dennis Trease, Kandee Grossman, Ann Harman, Ken Davis, Donna Passet, Mr. Howard Smith. ROW 2: Ed Grove, Ray Hamman, Mike McKee, Bob Witzel, Darrell Rhoden, Steve Tesmer, Beth Borton, Bonny Kiess, Sharon Walton, Connie Frank, Joan Miller, Sharon Getz, Pat Arnold. Decorating the Student Council Christmas tree are Ann Harman, Ken Davis, and Bob Witzel. STUDE TCOU CIL OFFICERS President ..... . . . Ken Davis Vice-President. . . . Donna Passet Secretary . . .... Ann Harman Treasurer .... . Kandee Grossman The Student Council, an organization that consists of the presidents of the classes and organizations, and repre- sentatives of various activities, was very busy this year. The Council, besides its regular duties, bought and decorated a Christmas tree, and acted as guides during the move to the new school. ROW 1:Donna Passet, Kandee Grossman,Joyce Ward, Rosann Logsdon, Barb Tivenan, Vicky Grossman, Diane Rus- sell, Sharon Thiel, Mary Schindler, Linda Nye, Sue Nickless, Nancy'Barick, Teresa Loverich, Sue Breski, Janice Wagner, Sandra McDaniel, Pat Logsdon, Linda Eley, Janice Getz. ROW 2: Ann Harman, Reva Niederkohr, Mark Rall, Ronald Heinlein, Tim Santschi, Jim Smith, Carla Ober, Marcia Brents, Ken Davis, Jim Troup, Beverly Smith, Jim Morris, Connie Day, Chuck Bartholomew, Sharon Getz, Allen Goodman, Bob Blair, Reuben DeBolt, Tom Slemmer, Tim Everett, Barb Ritterspach, Pam Schoenberger. ROW 3: Doug Frisch,Ray Hamman, Don Mohre, Larry Westerman, LaVerne Dillon, Bob Witzel, Rick Lash, Bob Albert, Tom sheaffer, Dale Corfman, John Mc- Cord, Steve Reber, Jerry Bower, Pam Hare, Barbara Eley, Beth Borton, Rita Ulrich, John Wanamaker. SCHOLARSHIP MEDAL WINNERS Having received a 3.5 point average for a 5 six weeks' period, these students were honored at a Scholarship Banquet on May 4. 3 y I hi H, t,,,f,?1?!Q5f?i?'s,i Speaker -- Dr. Philip Auer of Galion, Ohio 51 A Y B SEATED: Mrs. Cynthia Fidler, Pat Hall. STANDING: Jim Bolton, Sydne Rome, John Reed, Janet Zischkau, Bernie Miller. ggi uswunuamnnannnuununrnnnu1 J uni Mya! Q'nf .,- S J J a pg J 5 up non - W-as J Winning two trophies this year, Sydne Rome won lst place at the Sylvania NOL meet and lst place at the District contest. She placed 3rd in the State with her cutting from "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw. EXTRA- CURRICULAR SPEECH The primary aim of this or- ganization is to provide an oppor- tunity for those students inter- ested in speech to participatein actual speaking tournaments throughout the state of Ohio. The areas in which a student may compete are humorous and dra- matic declamation, original ora- tory, extemporaneous speaking and debate. This year's students traveled to Vermilion, Sylvania, and to the district tournament at Bowling Green. John Reed won 2nd place in the District contest and participated in the State contest. He presented an original oratory on "Segregation." ROW 1: Barb Gerber, Sue Nickless, Joyce Loverich, Liz Gerber, Donna Passet, Stephony Preble. ROW 2: Sydne Rome, Mrs. Dorothy Parsell, Barb Ulrich, Rita Kolarik, Bob Tilton, Jan Zischkau, Barb Bils. ROW 3: Judy Rhoden, Diane Brickner, Sylvia Bolyard, Linda Ross, Gary Goodman, Mike Grossman, Mike Harman, Dave Arter, Beth Borton, Cheryl Kail, Pat Hall, Pat Rall, Judy Guthrie, Sharon Walton, Bonnie Halbedel. ROW 4: Jim Hogan, Sue Jordan, Rosie Warnement, Judy Kuenzli, Kathy McDaniel, Cheryl DeBolt, Cindy Nye, Diane Ross, Sharon Wil- liams, Carla Ober, Sharon Karg, Judy Wynkoop, Esther Keller, Marsha Householder, Reva Niederkohr. OFFICERS President .... . . Mary Harmon Vice President . . . Barbara Ulrich Secretary . . . . . .Rita Kolarik Treasurer . . . . . . . .Bob Tilton The Future Teachers of America was organized for any students who are in- terested in the teaching profession. The purpose of the club is to learn more about the field of teaching by Working Withteachers. This year a joint meeting was held with the Mohawk F.T.A. club to promote better interschool relation- ships among future teachers. Mary Harmon, Beth Borton,Reva Niederkohr are par- taking ofthe refreshments served at the joint meet- ing of the Mohawk and Upper Sandusky F.T.A. ROW 1: Mrs. Myrtle Bidwell, Sharon Brown, Shirley Guthrie, Pat Arnold, Addie Crum, Linda Carey, 10211 Welly. ROW 2: Beverly Bohlen, Pat Lear, Charlotte Walton, Juanita Lee, Phyllis Miller, Linda Phillips, Opal Heavlin, Cheryl Culver, Darlene Courtad. ROW 3: Rosie Thiel, Sharon Clark, Carol Swinehart, Judy Ratliff, Linda Elliott, Sharon Robertson,Rosalie Sweigard,Linda Rodgers, Judy Smith, Geraldine Frisch. ROW 4: Sandy Shireman, Sharon Hotelling, Paulette Cottrell, Sharon Voorheis, Ramona Cupp, Rosetta Brown, Connie Synder, Thelma Taylor, Janice Hotelling, Janis Spitler, Carolyn Thomas, Cheryl Hannibal, Nancy Ratliff. FHA. The purpose of the Future Home- makers of America is to enable the girls to make their home, community, and nation a happier place in which to live. OFFICERS President .... ..... P at Arnold Vice President .... Caroline Emptage Treasurer . . . .... Addie Crum Secretary . . . . Shirley Guthrie Historian .... . . Sharon Brown Parliarnentarian . . . . Linda Carey Modeling their outfits for the F.l-LA. style show are Addie Reporter .... . 109.11 Welly Crum and Joan Welly. 54- 4 w ' , wsiw., ROW 1: Mr. John Borton, Dan Newell, Nelson Summit, Mike Wolfe, Dan Shields, Tom Book, Bryan Borkosky, Mr. Archie Bishop. ROW 2: Joe Gallegos, Dan Leightey, Larry Hemmerly, Bob Sweigard, Ed Clinger, Lynn Rothlis- berger,Bob Mooney, Junior Richardson, Rick Miller, Jim Kummerer, Ronnie Walton. ROW 3: Tom Gottfried, Dave Thiel, Bob Pfleider, Bob Wagner, Ken Thiel, Al Stoneburner, Donald Mohre, Ed Ulrich, Bud Rall, Don Shuster, Bob Swartz, Bill Koehler, John Stober. ROW 4: Richard Stalter, Denny Schindler, Gary Alban, Darvan Schoenberger, Monte Southward, Steve Gottfried, Sam Roszman, Gary Heckathorn, Fred White, Jerry Soule, Bob Silveous, John Smalley, Tom Sheaffer, Jim Fox, Bill Schoenberger, Dave Risser, Glen Van Horn. OFFICERS President .... . Mike Wolfe Vice-President . . . .Dan Shields Secretary .... .... T om Book Treasurer . . . Nelson Summit Sentinel. . . . . . Dan Newell Reporter . . . .Bryan Borkosky The mainpurposes of the F.F.A. are to teach a boy leadership, cooperation, and respect for others. Some of the main activities of the F.F.A. are: Public Speaking, Parlia- mentary Procedure, and judging Con- tests. John Borton, Vocational Agriculture Teacher, instructs one of his classes. 55 1, L , , ' D ROW 1: Carla Ober, Bonny Kiess, Marianne Pileider, Otis Rigney, Bob Tilton, Diane Ross, Marcia Brents, Rosy Logsdon, Sharon Williams, Margie Barick. ROW 2: Rosie Warnement, Kathy Henry, Esther Keller, Pat Hall, Rita Kolarik, Mike Harman, Rita Ulrich, Andre Criner, Kay Ritterspach, Reva Niederkohr, Tom Book. ROW 3: Kathy Sturgeon, Judy Eblin, Sandy Kuenzli, Jan Williams, Sydne Rome, Ian Zischkau, Kandee Grossman, Barb Moss- brugger, Carol Bidwell. ORA GE A D BLA CK The Orange and Black, published once a Week in our local newspaper, The Daily Chief-Union, gave the pub- lic an opportunity to learn more about our school and its functions and ac- tivities. The Orange and Black de- serves our thanks fora job well done. Editor ........... Beth Borton Advisor ...... Mr. Ray Hamman Proofreader. . Mr. Frederic Criner 56 EDITURS A D ADVISOR Editor . . ..... Donna Passet Advisor ...... . Mrs. Sally Gottfried Business Manager . . ...... john Reed Assistant Editor. . . . Kandee Grossman The Annual Staff is in charge of the publica- tion of the l963 Indian Village Annual. It tries to cover all the important events of the school year. NNUAL STAFF ROW 1: Indy Rhoden, Carolyn Gatchell, Sharon Getz, Gary Goodman, Ray Hamman, Charlene Gottfried, Connie Day.ROW 2:Jim Morris, Rosy Logsdon, Diane Ross, Ken Davis, Gary Ward, Bob Tilton, Doug Frisch, Ann Harman, Margie Barick, Harriet Rall. ROW 3: Linda Hasting, Vicky Grossman, Lynn Gottfried, Jan Stephan, Larry Cattran, Wenda McClaren, Rita Ulrich, Chuck Bartholomew, Barbara Gerber. BUSINESS STAFF ROW 1: Rick Brott, Sharon Wil- liams, Carolyn Fulk, John Reed, Al Martig, Diane Ross. ROW 2: Ray Hamman, Tom Hilderbrand, LaVerne Dillon, Bucky Riley, Steve Tesmer, Bob Tilton, Connie Frank, Kandee Grossman, Ann Har - man. 57 ROW 1: Norita Stiefel, Sharon Getz, Mr. Walter White, Joanne Young,Marianne Pfleider. ROW 2: Rose Ann Thiel, Sharon Williams, Rose Horn, Marcia Brents, Mary Day, Donna Schoenberger, Penny Miller. ROW 3: Geraldine Frisch, Jean Zumkehr, Karen Huffman, Geraldine Lear, Liz Radwick, Karla Martin. STE 0 CLUB OFFICERS President .......,..... Sharon Getz Vice-President . . . Marianne Pfleider Sec. Sr Treas .... , ...... Joanne Young The Senior Stenography Club is composed of students who have had two years of typing and stenography, or who are enrolled in sec- ond-year typing and second-year stenography. The purpose of the club is to provide an opportunity for young Women of the stenogra- phy classes of Upper Sandusky High to meet and to discuss business proceduresg and to assist teachers and local businesses with typ- Xing and shorthand duties. This year the club Worked for local busi- nessmen, took a field trip to Columbus, and sponsored a spring banquet. 5a President Sharon Getz speaks to the members and guests at the Steno Club banquet. OFFICE HELP ROW 1: Jan Zischkau, Roleen Bay, John Reed, Sharon Getz, Carolyn Gatchell. ROW 2: Judy Rothlis- berger, Carla Ober, Jean Zumkehr, Beth Borton, Marcia Brents, Vir- ginia Book. ROW 3: Geraldine Frisch, Susan Gottfried, Judy Rhoden, Joanne Young, Margie Barick. Working in the offices, these students helped Mrs. Vent, secretary, with various duties. LIBRA RIA S ROW l: Sandra Shireman, Judy Kuenzli, Doris Fore1nan,Miss Ellen Matteson. ROW 2: Carla Ober, Pamela Hare, Marcia Brents, Beth Borton, Marie Iles. Thesegirls helped Miss Matteson, school librari- an, organize and run our new library. - ROW 1: Liz Gerber, Norma Long, Ann Harman, Liz Radwick, Marilyn Lawrence, Becky Hathaway, Sydne Rome, Sharon Williams, Reva Niederkohr. ROW 2: Jan Williams, Pat Rall, Rosie Warnement, Cindy Nye, Rita Kolarika, Bob Tilton, Mike Wolfe, Diane Ross, Judy Kuenzli, Jeanette Burns, Jan Zischkau. N? ' ef , , Q isigiigr g as 1 124 - as . fi: 'wif 5 1 L ' f ' ' - s 4 L . - r,,. ' aa : - .L-,I 5 Qgg, L -:sixty 'f 1-zz. 'ri' . Taping a program are Mary Harmon, Rita Kolarik, and Liz Gerber . RADIO CLUB The Radio Club, under the supervi- sion of Miss Ruth Spies, broadcast their programs every Tuesday evening over WMRN, Marion. Each program con- sisted of school news, a feature, an in- terview, and a top tune. Scripts had to be turned into Miss Spies for proofreading, and points were given for the quality of the script and meeting the deadline. The Club was divided into groups With each group being responsible for the program for their assigned month. PUBLIC ADDRESS Bernie Miller, Joe Shull, Jim Bolton, Dave Lawrence, Steve Tesmer, Mr. James Schoenberger. The Public Address boys are in charge of playing the records at all the school dances. VISUAL ED. ROW 1: Mike Wolfe, lim Romich, Bob Tilton, Bucky Riley, Gary Goodman, Bernie Miller. The projection boys show movies to the classes when- ever their services are re- quested by the teachers. ROW 1: Darlene Courtad, Rosie Stalter, Sharon Kummerer, Linda Rowe, Mary Weaver, Ann Frisch, Mrs. Tucker, Sue Mewhorter, Linda Hasting, Norma Long, Rita Stiefel. ROW 2: Martha Lozano, Kathy Sturgeon, Sandy Link, Karen Huffman, Barb Mossbrugger, Stephony Preble, Sue Householder, Liz Gerber, Sue Orians, Barb Ulrich, Penny set, Sherry Courtad, Carol Kennedy. ROW 3: Helen Rall, Reva Niederkohr, Sharon Brown, Sharon Dible, Karen Guthrie, Diane Russell, Judy Eblin, Barb Ritterspach, Sandy Courtad, Sharon Thiel, Michelle Koehler, Barb Bils, wick, Cheryl Stumpp, Judy Rhoden, Diane Brickner, Judy Wynkoop, Jan Williams, Bonny Kiess, Charlene Gott- Williams, Sue Bowersox, Joan Miller, Marty Bartholomew, Carol Swinehart, Kathy Henry, Jan Koehler,Cheryl 5: Jan Zischkau, Connie Fleck, Sharon Getz, Jan Schnepp, Sandy Fleck, Barb Spellerberg, Barb Will, Diane Ross, son, Marie lles, Jan Stephan, Cheryl Kail, Virginia Book, Connie Jacobs, Caroline Emptage, Linda Ross, Rita Ul- Horn, Rita Kolarik. Hi -Teens -- Hi-Y Christmas Dance "Mistletoe Magic." 62 Ann Harman, Sharon Walton, Connie Day, Kandee Grossman, Mrs. Burnett, Pam Schoenberger, Charlotte Walton, Carolyn Gatchell. Barb Gier, Geraldine Lear, Nancy Weaver, Sydne Rome, Donna: Schoenberger, Ladeen Thomas, Miller,Judy Rothlisberger, Becky Hamilton, Kathy Daulton,Harriet Rall, Kathy Kieffer, Carolyn Fulk, Donna Pas- Ellis, Sue Nutter, Sandy Kuenzli,Joyce Loverich, Linda McDannel, Joyce Ward, Ramona Cupp, Janet Miller, Judy Esther Keller, Rosie Warnement, Connie Frank, Rita Karg, Becky Hathaway, Marilyn Lawrence. ROW 4: Liz Rad- fried, Cindy Nye, Mary Benton, Sue Young, Sue Sams, Dorothy Shumaker, Roleen Bay, Connie Denney, Sharon DeBolt, Pat Rall, Barb Tivenan, Vicky Grossman, Sue Jordan, Margie Barick, Gloria Gottfried, Sue Gerber. ROW Barb Eley, Bev Swerlein, Kay Ritterspach, Pat Hall, Carol Rice, Joyce Landversicht, Beth Borton, Sharon Sander- rich, Bev Smith, Karen Stansberv, Jeannette Burns, Kathy Smith, Carla Ober, Marcia Brents, Joan Young, Rose The Hi-Teens Club advised by Mrs. HI. E S Elizabeth Burnett and Mrs. Katherine Tucker completed another very success - ful year. The club is composed of 137 UFFICERS sophomore, junior, and senior girls. The main projects this year were the . distribution of Christmas gifts to the g Presldent ' ' ' ' Sharon Walton needy children in Wyandot County and the l . . support of a Korean orphan with "Slave Vlce Presldent ' ' MH Harman Day." The hi-lite of the year's activities I S ta C . D was the holiday dance"Mistletoe Magic" ecre ry' ' "" Onme av co-sponsoredby the Hi-Teens andHi-Y. lt is a sincere hope that these girls have Treasurer . . . Kandee Grossman profited from their experience in Hi- Teens and will continue to do so in the future years. '63 L ROW 1: Bob Tilton, Ray Hamman, Bob Witzel, Ken Davis, Jim Morris, Mike Wolfe. ROW 2: Dave Powell, Chuck Bartholomew, Otis Rigney, Denny Eyestone, Gary Goodman, Bob Wolfe, Al Martig, Dan Trease, Mr. Ray Gott- fried. ROW 3: Dan Baldwin, Robby Lee, John McCord, John Witzel, Larry Cattran, Bucky Riley, 'Steve Bower, Richard Grafmiller. The beautiful dresses and the lovely corsages added to theholiday atmosphere of the Hi-Y -- Hi-Teens dance. HI-T . OFFICERS President ......... . Ken Davis Vice-President . . . .Bob Witzel Secretary . . . . Ray Hamman Treasurer . . . . Bob Tilton Chaplain .... . Mike Wolfe Sgt. -at -Arms , ....... jim Morris The purpose of the Hi-Y organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian living. This year the club sponsored a food drive in which the food was-distributed to the needy families of Wyandot County. During Christmas vacation the Hi-Y co-operated with the Hi-Teens in spon- soring the annual Christmas dance. 1 l l ROW 1: Mike Emerine, Chuck Bartholomew, Dave Markley, Jarry Case, Doug Frisch, Mr. Richard Faulkner, Bob Witzel, Tom Smith, Allen Martig, Jim Packer, Denny Myers. ROW 2: Bob Wolfe, Dan Trease, Ken Starling, Ed Grove,John Grafmiller, Gary Ward, Jim Romich, Jim Fox, Don Boucher, Mike Strasser, Dave E. Smith, Ron Corf- man, Robby Lee, Tom Kiess, Jim Bolton. ROW 3: Dave Miller, Larry Harmon, Bill Koehler, John McCord, Steve Bower,Jack Timmons, Tom Hickenbotham,Larry Cattran, Fred Swartz, Rick Lash, Dan Hooper, Jim Kolhoff, Bryon Borkosky, John Witzel, Bob Blair, Ken Davis, John Roth. VARSITY- U OFFICERS President ........... Bob Witzel Vice President . . . . Paul Kolhoff Secretary . . . .Doug Frisch Treasurer .... . . .Tom Smith After the sale of our membership cards, the Varsity U sponsored a dance after a home basketball game, and sold programs at the Lion's Benefit basketball game. With the money obtained from these projects, they purchased a set of banners with the names of the NOL league schools on them, and donated them to the school. X. sms i SWIM! E' F? is J G if ,,,, , sf fl ffl ' Jr' , , Hanging the banners in the gym are Bob Witzel, Doug Frisch, and Tom Smith. P li A-me t I W , ROW 1: Norma Long, Terry Bookmyer, Harriet Rall, Ann Harman, Jan Zischkau, Connie Frank, Miss Ruth Spies, Liz Gerber, Jan Williams, Stephony Preble, Liz Radwick, Barb Gier, Sue Mewhorter. ROW 2: Marilyn Lawrence, Reva Niederkohr, Marcia Barrett, Rosy Logsdon, Jeannette Burns, Carla Ober, Jan Koehler, Sue liowersox, Joe Shull, Jim Bolton, Rick Brott, Diane Ross, Sharon Williams, Sue Gerber, Sharon Walton, Helen Rall, Rosie Warnement, Becky I-Iathaway,ROW 3: Sydne Rome, Judy Kuenzli, Connie Day, Cindy Nye, Virginia Book, Bonny Kiess, Beth Borton, Mary Harmon, Mike Wolfe, Bob Tilton, Steve Tesmer, Mike Harman, Otis Rigney, Linda Ross, Rita Kolarik, Kathy Henry, Patsy Rall, Margie Barick, Andre Criner. T121-MA SQ E OFFICERS President ..... . . Connie Frank Vice President . . . . . Liz Gerber Secretary ,.... . Jan Zischkau Treasurer .... ...... J an Williams Tri -Masque is an organization to promote dramatic proj- ects. Although the Tri-Masque did not directly sponsor any dramatics this year, it did furnish many ofthe props. ln the spring, the club held a Dramatics Banquet. At this time, tro- phies were given for best actress and actor and supporting roles. Also the best Radio Club program was recognized. Rita Kolafik dfamatizes Thgfwn Wiideys "gym Town" at the Dramatics Banquet on May 21. 66 ROW 1: Miss Ruth Spies, Bob Tilton, Bonny Kiess, Mary Harmon. ROW 2: Norma Long, Ann Harman, Liz Gerber, Liz Radwiclc, Connie Frank, Sydne Rome, Jeannette Burns, Jan Zischkau, Ray Hamman, Jim Bolton, Joe Shull, Helen Rall, Stephony Preble, Harriet Rall, ROW 3: John Roth, Ken Davis, Reva Neiderkohr, Marsha Barrett, Sharon Walton, Rita Kolarik, Otis Rigney, Mike Wolfe, Steve Tesmer, John McCord, Gary Goodman, Beth Borton, Diane Ross, Jan Williams, Sue Gerber. THESPIA S OFFICERS President ................... . . Bonny Kiess Vice President ,...... .... B ob Tilton Secretary Sz Treasurer ............... Mary Harmon The Upper Sandusky Thespian Society, which holds a charter in the National Thespian Society -- Troupe 4380, attempts to promote dramatics in the high school. The ad- visor of the group is Miss Ruth Spies. Under her directions, students interested in drama participate in various sorts of dramatic work. To be eligible to join, a student must have ten Thespian points. A point equals ten hours of dramatic work. 67 The annual initiation of the Thespians at the Dramatics Banquet on May 21. was held ROW 1: Mrs. Joyce Sutton, John Roth, Jim Grafmiller, Ed Grove, Marie Rice, Susan Heilman, Sandra Shireman, Darlene Courtad. ROW 2: Marty Bartholomew, Pat Rall, Linda McDannel, Mike Kraus, Ken Starling, Shirley Davidson, Teresa Logsdon, Fred Swartz, Lynda Goodman, Dorothy Shumaker. ROW 3: Pat Hall, Sandra Zimmer- man, Judy Archer, Joyce Landversicht, Sharon Sanderson, Sharon Gottfried, Connie Fleck, Pat Wolfrum, Karen Penwell. ART CLUB OFFICERS President .... . . . Ed Grove Vice President . .... John Roth Secretary. . . . . Jim Grafmiller Treasurer . . . . .Marie Rice Inorder to inspire an appreciation of art, the Art Club was organized. The members acquaint the students with the intellectual as well as the visual reason for art. The group each year tours an art museum to achieve a greater love for the tradition of art. ROW 1: Kandee Grossman, Barb Spellerberg, Norma Long, Darlene Courtad, Bev Smith, Joyce Ward, Susan Breski, Ruth Sturgeon, Nancy Barber, Juanita Lee, Sharon Clark. ROW 2: Mary Russell, Sharon Williams, Harriet Rall, Cheryl DeBolt, Barb Will, Sandy Fleck, Judy Wynkoop, Esther Keller, Reva Niederkohr, Kathy Sturgeon, Janet Miller. ROW 3: Linda Nye, Susan Young, Mary Vent, Sandy Miller, Sharon Katg, Judy Kuenzli, Marsha Barrett, Pat Hall, Kathy Daulton, Barb Bils, Connie Snyder. ROW 4: Sharon Fritchie, Jane Clark, Sherri Courtad, Sharon Thiel, Linda Elliot, Sharon Robertson, Diane Thiel, Carol Rice, Joyce Landversicht, Janice Wagner, Mary Schilling. ROW 5: Sue Smith, Sheila Wells, Ann Frisch, Martha Lozano, Pat Logsdon, Marcia Courtad, Marilyn Kin, Martha Neel, Carol Swinehart, Sylvia Bolyard, Barb Gerber. ROW 6: Kathy Richardson, Jean Kirchner, Pam Schoenberger, Linda Rowe, Carolyn Bower, Teresa Loverich, Bev Higgens, Sue Mewhorter, Jan Koehler, Sue Nickless, Robin Rome. ROW 7: Linda Knepper, Elaine Pfiefer, Barb Eley, Charlotte Walton, Doris Riedlinger, Mary Weaver, Sue Orians, Sue Nutter, Sue Bowersox, Michelle Koehler, Bonnie Halbedel. PEP CL UB Composed of 77 girls, the Pep Club OFFICERS was organized by Mrs. Witzel and the Varsity cheerleaders during football season with the purpose of supporting President , , , Kandee Grossman our athletic teams. During football sea- son, the girls decorated their lockers Vice President . . .Pat Hall and the halls With various emblems in orange 81 black. Forming their block for Secretary . . . Pat Logsdon basketball season, the girls were newly attired in orange and black blouses. Treasurer . . . Linda Rowe MAR CHIN G Q P SENIORS: Diana Brown, Jeannette Burns, Shirley Davidson, Connie Day, Connie Frank, Carolyn Fulk, Barb Gier, man, Gary McCreary, John Reed, Toni Smith, Robert Tilton. JUNIORS: Marsha Barrett, Virginia Book, Beth Borton, J Kuenzli, Marilyn Lawrence, Mary Lear, Stephy Preble, Pat Rall, Barb Tivenan, Barb Wills, Jan Williams, Dave ' Bob Liles, Joe Shull, Dale Stansbery, Steve Tesmer, Ed Ulrich. SOPHOMORES: Marthy Bartholomew, Mary Bryant, ' Loverich, Wenda Maclaren, Kathy McDaniel, Sue Mewhorter, Karen Moore, Kay Ritterspach, Linda Ross, Karen Rita Ulrich, Richie Booth, John Grossman, Jeff Hiclrenbotham, Ron Kleinlein, John Patchett, David Powell, Joe J Courtad, Barbara Dible, Linda Eley, Barb Gerber, Bonnie Halbedel, Muriel Hoover, Marsha Householder, Jean man, Sue Scheclf, Erleen Smith, Pat Snyder, Carolyn Thomas, Sue Tilton, Karen Westerman, Ed Clinger, Dan De- The 1963 Ram Band stepped snappily through ten half-time shows with intricate precision and a variety of clever dance steps. Their new script "Rams" was very popular with the fans and their dance steps, including "Ja-Da, " the "Charleston," and "Turkey in the Straw, " evoked much interest and applause from the crowd. A one -Week band camp was conducted by Mr. Stanley Hindmarch, band director, at the County Fairgrounds. Even though the band members groaned every day from the exercises they were required to perform, by the time marching season came around, they were in top condition. 70 BAND Ak -"W """ """""""""'f 'M W' 'M 'W' - ' V W.. ,. fr:a,fm,,a,., ,.,,..,. , Mary Harmon, Carla Ober, Diane Ross, Judy Rothlisberger, Helen Thiel, Barbara Ulrich, Sharon Walton, Ray Ham- Caroline limptage, Liz Gerber, Vicky Grossman, Becky Hathaway, Sue Householder, Marie Isles, Sue Jordan, Judy Arter, Ron Corfman, LaVerne Dillon, Ted Gottfried. Toni Hilderbrand, Jim Hogan, Bob Hollanshead, Gordon Hughes, Sandy Courtad, Barb Eley, Linda Field, Linda Hasting, Carol Kennedy, Sandy Kuenzli, Sharon Kummerer, Joyce Rossel, Diane Russel, Sue Sams, Jan Schnepp, Karen Stansberry, Cheryl Stumpp, Rosalie Sweigard, Bev Swerlein, Steiner, Bob Wagner. FRESHMEN: Christine Armstrong, Beverly Bohlen, Sylvia Bolyard, Roberta Case, Connie Kirchner, Linda Knepper, Sue Niclcless, Kathy Osborn, Elaine Pfeifer, Kathy Richardson, Mary Russell, Diana Sher- Bolt, Steve Gottfried, Gary Gregory, Virgil Wright, Tim Hamman, Dan Karg, Don Iviohre, Tom Needs, Bob Sweigard. 71 MA j0RE TTES A D DR UM MA fora Leading the band in all parades and marching performances were this year's eight majorettes and drum major. "Turkey in the Straw" was one of the majorettes' performances which the specta- tors especially enjoyed. At Homecoming the majorettes performed a special routine for the Queen and her Court using fire batons. Drum major, john Reed, dis- played his twirling ability as he led the band through their suc- cessful season. wr sf. 355' gg , J 'ASX f . Wwmjkv i ' . 7 j 4 - f Y, if V' 'Z C"-Q" wi V iw-N x L iff? r' Nw 722, 55 yah I9 -fi 1, fi f 'r.. yi-' ss f . JOHN REED Junior -- Sue Householder, Junior --Judy Kuenzli, Senior -- Shirley Davidson, Junior - Virginia Book Sopho more -- Bev Swerlein, Sophomore -- Kay Ritterspach, Sophomore -- Jan Schnepp, Junior Marsha Barrett DA CE BA D ROW 1: Joe Shull, Barbara Tivenan, Carolyn Fulk, Liz Gerber, Tim Benner, Steve Bowman. ROW 2: Dale Stans- bery, Ioe'Steiner, LaVerr1e Dillon, Bob Liles, Tom Hilderbrand, Ray Hamman, Chuck Bartholomew, John Reed, Steve Tesmer, Mr. Stanley Hindmarch. PEP BA D ROW 1: Sandy Kuenzli, Barbara Gier, Connie Frank, Vicky Grossman, Rita Ulrich, Diane Russell. ROW 2: Stephany Preble, Beth Borton, Jan Williams, Linda Hasting, Becky Hathaway, Marilyn Lawrence, Connie Day. MIDDLE: Butch Patchett, Steve Tesmer, Ron Corfman, Jeff Hickenbotham, Mr. Stanley Hindmarch. ROW 3: Ray Hamman, Bob Liles, Ted Gottfried, David Arter, Carolyn Fulk, Barbara Tivenan, Sharon Walton, Tim Benner. ROW 4: Chuck Bartholomew, Tom Hilderbrand, Karen Stansbery, LaVerne Dillon, Barbara Ulrich. STMPHONIC ROW 1: Stephony Preble, Beth Borton, Jan Williams. Linda Hasting, Becky Hathaway, Sylvia Bolyard, Kay Ritter- Lawrence, Sharon Walton, Jeannette Burns, Barbara Will, Dave Arter, Barb Ulrich, Barb Eley, Jan Schnepp, Connie DeBolt, Joyce Loverieh, Barb Ritterspach, Sandy Kuenzli, Diane Brown, Linda Fields, Tim Benner, Joe Shull, Liz Elaine Pfeifer, Helen Thiel, Carla Obcr, Sue Mewhorter, Sue Jordan, Gordon Hughes, Tom Hilderbrand, Karen Powell, Judy Rothlisberger, Ted Gofiried, Joe Steiner, Bob Liles, Ray Hamman. ROW 5: Butch Patchet, Andy Reed, Mr. Stanley Hindniarch. MAIORETTES: Sue Householder, Shirley Davidson, Marsha Barrett, Jan Schnepp, Kay Ritter- spacb, Bev Swerlein, Virginia Book, Judy Kuenzli. 74 BAND spach, Carol Kennedy, ROW 2: lan Stephan, Connie Day, Rita Ulrich, Sandy Courtad, Vicky Grossman, Marilyn Frank, Barb Bils, Barb Gier, Carol Bidwell. ROW 3: Diane Russell, Bev Swerlein, Diane Ross, Linda Ross, Reuben Gerber, Pat Rall, Barb Gerber, Barb Tivenan, Carolyn Fulk. ROW 4: Marie llcs, Sharon Kummerer, Sue Nickless, Stansbery, Joanne Young, Chuck Bartholomew, Gary Gregory, LaVerne Dillon, Virginia Book, Joan Miller, Dave Stephan, lim Ulrich, Richard Grafmiller, Steve Bowman, Tom Smith, Steve Tesmer, Jeff Hickenbotham, John The Symphonic Band is a select group under the conduction of Mr. Stanley I-lindmarch. The band Went to the contest at Clyde, Ohio this year. They also participated in an NOL Band Festival and gave a spring concert. Looking pensively, John Reedand John Patchet watch the football 831176. 75 ACTIVITY -R li 1 ROW 1: Sue Householder, Caroline Emptage, Sue Scheck, Sue Tilton, Diane Sherman, Roberta Case, Karen Wester- Dible, Connie Courtad, Karen Moore, Mary Thomas, Sharon Dible, Linda Eley, Linda Knepper, Christine Arm- 4 Clinger, Donald Mohre, Sue Sams, Ron Kleinlein, Marsha Householder, Marty Bartholomew, Bob Sweigard, Tim l Davidson, Marsha Barrett, Bonnie l-lalbedel, Fred Richardson, Ron Corfman, Gary McCreary, Tom Needs, Steve i The Activity Band, directed by Mr. Stanley Hindmarch, consists of students who are interested in music. They performed at football games and several local parades. The band also presented a spring concert and participated in the NOL Band Festival. 76 l BAND man, Kathy Osborn, Kathy Richardson, Karen Rossel, Rosalie Sweigard, ROW 2: Jean Kirchner, Mary Russell, Barb strong, Judy Kuenzli, Dan DeBolt, Cheryl Stumpp, Wenda Maclaren. ROW 3: Muriel Hoover, Erleen Smith, Ed Hamman, Virgil Wright, Dan Karg, John Grossman, Bev Bohlen, Bob Wagner, Dale Stansberry. ROW 4: Shirley Gottfried, Ed Ulrich, lim Hogan, Kathy McDaniel, Bob Tilton, Richard Booth, Mr. Stanley Hindmarch, Participating in the annual Snake Dance at which Carey is burned in effigy the night before the Upper Sandusky- Carey football game, the Marching Band fol- lows the Snake Dance through the town. 77 H am fi' lm C T Q CHOIR 3, Sue Gerber, Sharon Sanderson, Bonny Kiess, Charlene Gottfried, Judy Rhoden, Diane Brickner, Judy Guthrie. V, Jim Thomas, Robbie Lee, Mike Harman, Larry Cattran, Louis Emick, Tim Santschi, Nelson Spitler, Cheryl Lnie Miller, Dennis Kimmel, Ron Vent, Larry Harmon, Bob Tilton, John McCord, Larry Westerman, Darrell born, Karla Martin, Marilyn Boutwell, Pam Hare, David Thompson, Bob Albert, Gordon Hughes, Gary Hecka- J J The Concert Choir, directed by Miss Ruth Spies, consisting of 72 members presented a Christ- mas and Spring Concert, and participated in the N.O. L. Fes- tival. Ensembles chosen from this group presented entertain- ment for groups who asked for their assistance. J J i MIXEDENSEMBLE: Sue Gerber, Gloria Gottfried, Sharon Sanderson, Pam Hare, Rita Kolarilc, Helen Rall, Tim Santschi, Dennis Kimmel, Gary Schoenberger, Larry Cattran, Robby Lee, Mike Harman. S OPH OM ORE ROW 1: Linda Hasting, Sandy Link, Sandy Miller, Diane Thiel, Sandy Kuenzli, Dennis Myers, Dan Schertzer, Johi Susan Rife. ROW 2: Kathy Sturgeon, Kathy Daulton, Michelle Koehler, Linda Ross, Ron Pool, Lynn Rothlisberger Mewhorter, Mary Weaver, Charlotte Walton, Ioan Miller, Karen Ellis, Tom Creger, Andre Criner, Cliff Davis 4: Nancy Roszman, Sue Bowersox, Kathy Smith, Joyce Landversicht, Marilyn Kin, Reuben DeBolt, Ron Kuenzli FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ROW 1: Kathy Iividen, Nancy Melroy, Sheila Wells, Nancy Barber, Jane Hull, Bev Higgins, Linda Knepper, Linda Eley, Pat Logsdon, Evangeline . Weaver, Carolyn Thiel, Linda Swihart, Teresa Steinbaugh, Barb Gerber, Ruth Sturgeon. ROW 2: Janice Wagner, Sue Nickless, Connie Courtad, Barb Rushing, Sue Carroll, Mary Schindler, Barb Hemmerly, Robin Rome, Elaine Pfeifet, Yvonne Orians, Jean Horn, Sharon Fritchie, Sandy McDaniel, Rena Jevas. ROW 3: Nancy Barick, Pat Tucker, Mary Russell, Teresa Loverich, Sue Kerr, Sylvia Bolyard, Sue Tilton, Paula Swartz, Sue Breski, Ian Borkosky, Molly Rhoden, Charlotte McClain, Marsha Householder, Linda Nye, Patricia Gillen, Carol Bidwell.,ROW 4: Barb Dible, Nancy Hare, Nancy Moore, Mary Ann Brown, Carolyn Thomas, Jane Clark, Darlene Shambaugh, lrma Swartz, Cheryl Hannibal, Paul- ette Cottrell, Emily Schilling, Sue Smith, Sue Ellen Smith, Sue Scheck, Pat Barth, Janet Miller, Clara Swartz. 80 i CHOIR irrnon, Duffy Walton, Jeff Mouser, David Beard, David Hablitzel, Carol Rice, Karen Stansbery, Connie Fleck, ahie Booth, Tom Gottfried, Sam Roszman, John Wanamaker, Barb Eley, Sue Orians, Judy Eblin. ROW 3: Sue K-1 Troup, Keith Lane, Mike Ernlerine, Kathy Kieffer, Linda Rowe, Barbara Ritterspach, Pam Schoenberger. ROW b Swartz, Bill Blankenship, Joe Steiner, Mary Vent, Susan Young, Doris Riedlinger, Sue Nutter, Ian Schnepp. 81 MIXED ROW 1: Kathy Jividen, Nancy Melroy, Sheila Wells, Nancy Barber, Jane Hull, Bev Higgins, Linda Knepper, Ji Swihart, Theresa Steinbaugh, Barbara Gerber, Sharon Fritchie, Sandra McDaniel, Rena Ievas, Ruth Sturgeon. RO baugh, Bob Bardon, Tom Needs, Vonice Brinson, Bob Kuenzli, Edwin Clinger, Dan DeBolt, Lynn Gottfried, Do, Bidwell. ROW 3: Janice Wagner, Nancy Barick, Pat Tucker, Mary Russell, Sue Kerr, Theresa Loverich, Paula Swari Spiker, Tom Eippert, Susan Breski, Jan Borkosky, Molly Rhoden. ROW 41 Nancy Moore, Barb Dible, Nancy Ha! Hecker, Bob Van Scoit, Dave Fox, Dave Bils, Jerry Bower, Scott Hensel, Paulette Cottrell, Emily Schilling, Sus l 1 GIRLS' ENSEMBLE l l ROW 1: Barb Gerber, Mary Schind- ler, Barbara Hemmerly. ROW 2: Barbara Dible, Sue Scheck, Irma Swartz, Darlene Shambaugh, Robin Rome, 82 CH OR US f I X K eilman, Dan Karg, Eddie Long, Tim Everett, Linda Eley, Pat Logsdon, Evangeline Weaver, Connie Thiel, Linda i Connie Courtad, Barb Rushing, Susan Nickless, Sue Carroll, Mary Schindler, Barb Hemmerly, Darlene Sham- eBolt, Robin Rome, Elaine Pfeifer, Yvonne Orians, Jean Horn, Marsha Householder, Linda Nye, Pat Gillen, Carol le Tilton, Sylvia Bolyard, Andy Wines, Junior Richardson, Ed Chevalier, Raymond Smith, Allen Goodman, Bernard ,ary Ann Brown, Carolyn Thomas, Jane Clark, Irma Swartz, Cheryl Hannibal, Jim Kotterman, Jim Martin, Bob nith, Sue Ellen Smith, Sue Scheck, Charlene McClain, Pat Barth, Janet Miller, Clara Swartz. GIRLS' ENSEMBLE ROW 1: Nancy Barber, Ruthy Stur- geon, Sheila Wells, Kathy Jividen. ROW 2: Jean Horn, Marsha House- holder, Mary Russell, Linda Eley, Jan Borkosky. l as J L -1 . A 1 " W +g-f-vr1- ' Wag JA nmmfwg , W Www ws iw' gg Ah Q31 Sm W0 '13 ,V my , A N55 sk K M59 Q 'N I in il S N O R T S L. ROW 1: Manager Larry Harmon, Jarry Case, Gary Ward, John Grafmiller, Doug Frisch, Ken Davis, Robby Lee, Steve Bower, Jim Ulrich, Don Boucher, Jim Troup, Dave Lawrence, Dave King, Manager Dave Markley. ROW 2: Coach Dick Faulkner, Allen Martig, Darrell Rhoden, Bob Witzel, Bryan Borkosky, Dan Hooper. John McCord. Fred Swartz, Jim Smith, Larry Cattran, Tom Iles, Gary Schoenberger, Bill Koehler, Fred Richardson, Bill Wood, Coach Gene Nara. ROW 3: Coach Jerry Case, John Karg, John Eley, Jim Chadwick, Bill Sheeley, Sam Roszman, David Smith, Jack Timmons, Bob Wolfe, Cliff Davis, Jim Corfman, Albert Stoneburner, Mike Young, Dick Ritter, Coach Jerry Swankhouse. ROW 4: Tom Kiess, Denny Eyestone, Mike Emerine, Reuben DeBolt,John Roth, Dave Miller, Ken Star- ling, Dan Trease, Jim Packer, Paul Wentling, Steve Bowman, Chuck Bartholomew. ROW 6: Jerry Montee, Jeff Roth, Keith Lane, Duffy Walton, Gary Alban, Tom Neiderkohr, Richard Grafmiller, Denny Trease, Allen Bell, John Amert, VARSITY FOOTBALL VARSITY SCORES We Opponent They The 1962-63 varsity football team ended their 0 Findlay 22 season with4wins and 6 losses. This was a tough 56 Marion Catholic 0 team with a new determination to prove how good 6 Norwalk O the Rams are. Their victories over Norwalk and 6 Galion O Galion were notable because of the skill of the de- 8 Willard 16 fensive team to stop their opponents. Also defeat- O Bellevue 28 ing Carey and Marion Catholic by the scores of O Shelby 34 34-0 and 56-O will be hard to forget. These Rams l4 Bucyrus 44 set the best record that an Upper Sandusky grid- 0 Tiffin Columbia 34 iron team has had in a long time. 34 Carey 0 86 N.0.L. SQUAD John Roth -- Honorable Mention Linebacker Dick Ritter -- Honorable Mention Defensive Safety Doug Frisch -- NOL Tackle Ken Davis -- Honorable Mention Linebacker ABSENT: larry Case -- Honorable Mention End SL Linebacker FOOTBALL STAFF Mr. Richard Faulkner Head Coach Mr. Gene Nara, Mr. Jerry Swankhouse, Mr. Jerry Case. Assistant Coaches l 1 wil. ' my v ,- i n ' ' ,, I fm tl'5M t rt V new- , , f -1. BRYAN BORKOSKY JOHN GRAFMILLER BILL KOEHLER ALLEN MARTIG DAN TREASE KEN STARLING BOB WITZ EL GARY WARD BOB WOLFE, co -capt .IARRY CASE KEN DAVIS DOUG FRISCH DICK RITTER JOHN ROTH NOL Honorable NOL Honorable Co-captain NOL Honorable NOL Honorable Mention End 8a Mention Line- NOL Tackle Mention Safety Mention Line- Linebacker backer backer 6 6 FROSH TEAA4 We Opponents They O Kenton 12 6 Tiffin East 0 8 Findlay 32 6 Galion 16 O Ontario 14 8 Carey 6 28 Crestline O RESERVE SCORES We Opponents They 20 ROW 1: Andrew Wines, Mike Logsdon, Tom Eippert, Bob Hecker, John McCallister, 12 Crestline Ron Miller, Steve Robey, Mike McKee, Jack Newman. ROW 2: Coach Jerry Case, 8 Tiffin CO1- 12 Jeff Rinehart, Pat Landversicht, Wayne Synder, Scott Hensel, William Dirnieyer, 8 Mohawk O Dave Fox, Jerry Taylor, Mike Pfeiffer, Rick Neiderkohr. ROW 3: Tom Baker, Joe 30 Qntal-io 8 Mundy, Denny Neiderkohr, Ken Neiderkohrjerry King,Joe Strasser,Jim Kotternian. 14 Bucyrus 0 O Findlay 0 14 Shelby 14 The Rams tough 5-4 defense gets ready for action. Dan Trease carries the ball around the right end on a counterplay. Dave Miller tries to avoid Willard defensive man. Norwalk defense rushes Bob Wolfe. 89 i SCORES We Opponent They 43 Kenton 59 64 Carey 42 82 Bucyrus 74 92 Calvert 40 60 Fredericktown 38 57 Marion Catholic 41 57 Bucyrus 54 69 Shelby 38 38 Bellevue 55 69 Bowling Green 65 57 Tiffin 70 63 Crestline 47 57 Willard 52 52 Norwalk 62 76 Galion 74 82 Ontario 69 43 St. Peters 95 ROW 1: Manager Jim Fox, Dan Trease, Bob Wolfe, Gus Coffman, Dave Miller, Manager Steve Bower, ROW 2: Mike Grossman, Gary Young, Bucky Rlley, Gordon Hughes, Jim Romich, Allen Dible, Tom Sheaffer, Coach Ed Fisher. VA RSI TT TEAM Turning in one of the best seasons of Upper Sandusky bas- ketball, the Rams Won 14 games and lost 6. TOURNAMENT WE They 57 Ontario 51 58 Shelby 49 49 Marion 79 Harding 90 N 0.L. SQUAD lim Romich -- NOL Team Dan Trease -- Honorable Mention NOL Team Bob Wolfe -- NOL Team -- Absent Fighting for position under the basketare Dave Miller and Gordon Hughes. Going up for a jump shot is Jim Romich. At the foul iine for Upper Sandusky, Jim Romich throws the bail for one point. After grabbing a rebound, Gordon Hughes' prepares for a pass to Jim Romich for a fast break. Faking it out, Dan Trease gets ready to shoot. Warming up before the game areg No. 1 --Bob Wolfe No. 3 -r Dan Trease, No. 11 -- Alien Dibie, Sz No 7 -- Dave Miller. 1 1 ALLEN DIBLE MICHAEL GROSSMAN K. of C. Sportsmanship Award MURRELL RILEY JIM ROMICH Co-Captain, NOL Team t A DAN TREASE BOB WOLFE Co -Captain, NOL Team -- Honorable Mention 92 NOL Team I Tapping the ball for the Rams in a jump ball is Re- Going in for the lay -up is lim Romich. serve player, Tom Sheaffer. Allen Dible shoots his foul shot for one point. Reserve player, Bill Blankenship taps the ball in a jump ball for the Rams. Blocking the shot is Gordon Hughes. Dribbling in for a lay-up is Reserve player, Jack 93 Timmons. I A KNEELING: Denny Eyestone, Tom Kiess, Jack Timmons, Tom Sheaffer, Denny Trease, Denny Myers. STANDING: Dale Corfman, Bill Blankenship, Bob Kirchner, Larry Cattran, Gary Schoenberger, Gary Heckalthorn, Mr. Gene Telego -- Coach. RESERVE TEAM SCORES We Opponent They 53 Kenton 4 1 50 Carey 1 7 36 Bucyrus 44 58 Mansfield 34 71 Calvert 32 33 Bucyrus 42 56 Mansfield 33 61 Shelby 33 40 Bellevue 47 64 Bowling Green 61 C3 over 3 1 Tiffin 38 timesj 40 Crestline 30 38 Willard 39 58 Norwalk 41 45 Galion 43 Covertimej 52 Ontario 4 1 60 St. Peters 58 These boys had an excellent season of 12 wins and 5 losses. E4 33 it fig 'HI' ROW 1: Manager Tim Hamman, Jerry King, Arden Heckathorn, Bob Bardon, Lynn Gottfried, Dave Fox, Allen Good- man, Joe Strasser, Mark Rall, Jim I-leilman. ROW 2: Coach Richard Faulkner, Doug DeBolt, Steve Reber, Bernard Spyker, Steve Gottfried, Don Mohre, John Smalley, Mike McKee, Dale Wheeler, Jerry Bower, Scott Hensel, Man- ager Tom Needs. FRESHMAN TEAM SCORES We Opponents They 31 Tiffin West 21 55 Riverdale 26 50 Tiffin West 42 18 Findlay Glenwood 47 56 Holmes Liberty 40 44 Tiffin East 38 16 Findlay Donnell 42 60 Tiffin East 15 40 Kenton 43 49 Bucyrus 26 TOURNAMENT 41 Shelby 52 48 Mansfield Madison 49 95 Bonny Kiess Senior Janet Stephan Junior J C H E E R Karen Ellis Sophomore Kathy Smith Che,1'y1.K3,i1 Sophomore 95 junior V A R S I T Kathy Smith, Janet Stephan, Cheryl Kail, Bonny Kiess, Karen Ellis. Patsy Rall, Jan Williams, Vicky Grossman, Barbara Ritterspach, Sandy Courtad. F R E S H M A N Barbara Gerber, Jan Borkosky, Robin Rome, Susan Nickless, Bonnie Halbedel. 97 T i R Lucky Strikes: David Hoopes, Tim Benner, Ron Kleinlein, Ron Kuenzli, Absent: Mike Klein. The Strikers: Denny Schindler, Bob Kuenzli, Jeff Mouser, Louis Emick, Glenn VanHorn. Mets: Connie Frank, Ann Harman, Bob Witzel, Doug Frisch, John Wit- zel. Bive Ten Pins: Mike Phipps, Ted Gottfried, Dave Thompson, Jim Hogan, Ed Fox. Rolling Pins: Sharon Williams, Don- na Passet, Sue l-Ieilman, Marge Bar- ick, Absent: Barb Gier. Five Flights: Ian Koehler, Sharon Kummerer, Sue Bowersox, Jan Wil- liams, Sue Nutter. 98 Odds and Ends: Rita Stiefel, Jerry Soule, Donna Schoenberger, Al Oates, Mr. Richard Lab. Unwinables: Tom Nordyke, Dan Baldwin, Stewart Hamilton, Ray Smith, Absent: Larry Beidelschies. Gutter Dusters: Susan Drew,Michele Martin, Judy Archer, Pat Wolfrum, Mary Day. Q 1 I ,X I . 1 S Top Team -- Moon Shiners: Pat Denney, Tom Hilderbrand, Jim Weaver, Jim Morris, Don Boucher. B O WLIN G TEAMS Most Improved: Sue Bowersox, Bob Kuenzli. High Single: Connie Frank, Ted Gottfried. The 1962-63 High School Bowling League partici- pated in 57 games and one roll-off. The Wyandot Lanes opened the alleys every Monday afternoon after school during the sea- son for the bowlers. On March 25 everyone enjoyed the bowling banquet where the top bowlers received their trophies . LEA GUE STANDINGS 1. Moon Shiners 2. Lucky Strikes 3. Five Ten Pins 4. Odds and Ends 5. The Strikers 6. Rolling Pins 7. Unwinables 8. Mets 9. Five Flights 10. Gutter Dusters 99 Advisor: Mr. Richard Lab, Secretary Rita Stiefel. High Series: Sue Heilm an, Tom Hilderbrand. if X ROW 1: Bill Evans, John Grossman, Ron Clark, Jim Kotterman, Bob Bardon, John McCallister, Keith Lane. ROW 2: Manager LaVerne Dillon, Ed Chevalier, Mike Hurley, Dale Stansbery, John Karg, Dave Markley, Dave Fox, Ray Smith, Robby Lee, Dave Leighty, Manager Ron Corfman. ROW 3: Steve Bower, Bernie Spyker, Mike Phipps, Mike Grossman, Fred Swartz, Dan Hooper, Dave Lawrence, Tom Smith, Don Boucher, Jack Timmons. VARSITY TRA CK The track team ended their season with a record of 3 wins and 4 losses. The Rams placed 4th in their own Upper Night Relays, and placed 6th out of 12 teams at the Tiffin Relays. High point man for the year was senior Tom Smith with 150 1X3 points. Tom tied the school record in the high hur- dles with a time of 15.2 and set a record in the broad jump at 20' 10 1X2 He also broke the Upper Night Relays' record in the high hurdles with a 15.3. Fred Swartz broke the school shot put record 3 times this year and ended with a record of 47' 7 3f4" against Shelby. At the Upper Night Relays, a new record was set in the broad jump by Tom Smith, Don Boucher, and Dave Miller, and in the shuttle hurdles by Tom Smith, Keith Lane, Tom Hickenbotham, and Don Boucher. At the NOL meet, Tom Smith placed lst in the broad jump and high hurdles and qualified for the NOL track team. 100 ,SCORES We Opponents They 69l!12 Galion 48 11f12 40 1X2 winard 77 1X2 66 Bucyrus 52 51 Tiffin Col. 67 69 Shelby 49 37 Ontario 81 34 213 Bellevue 83 1X3 At the Sectional meet,- Fred Swartz qualified for the District meet. TOM SMITH NOL track team , Season High Point Man Tied School H.H. Record Set Record in Broad Jump Broke Upper Night Relay H.H. record. FRED SWARTZ Junior high point man Broke school shot put record 3 times Qualified at Sectional meet for District meet. Dave Fox starts off with the baton. lack Timmons hands the baton to Dave Miller. Tom Smith leads the pack in the Fred Swartz puts the shot. Don Boucher keeps the lead in the shuttle hurdles. shuttle hurdles. 101 1 Mp Q ROW 1: Jerry King, Denny Myers, John Reed, Steve Bowman. ROW 2: Reuben DeBolt, Andy Stephan, Mike Logs- don, Jim Ulrich, Andy Wines, Joe Shull, Jeff Roth, Coach Richard Faulkner. VA RSI TT GOLF The golf team ended their season with 3 wins and 9 losses, They placed 5th in the NOL match and llth in the District. The Reserve team lost their 6 matches. Consisting of three freshmen, five sophomores, two jun- iors, and one senior, the team is a comparatively young team but has a bright future because of this. VARSITY SCORES We Opponents They 9 112 Willard 6 112 9 112 Willard 6 112 2 112 Shelby 13 112 1 Shelby 15 .,.' 5 112 Galion 14 112 112 Gaim 15 112 10 112 Beiievue 9 112 7 Bellevue 9 0 Norwalk 8 5 5 112 Nofwaik 10 112 'li 3 52332 Steve Bowman: 2nd man on the 2nd all NOL team Denny Myers: Honorable Mention all NOL. 102 John Reed is teeing off at the second hole. Hitting a wood shot on the fairway is Steve Bowman zshffi Q flfliffg - ,,,. ing, ,X fx, nga Denny Myers is on his lst shot after tee-off. Putting par on the lst hole is Jerry King. 103 ROW 1: Tom Needs, Denny Eyestone, Bob Blair, Denny Trease, Mike Emerine, Dan Trease, Scott Hensel, Bob Witzel, Lynn Gottfried, Coach Fred Koenig, David D. Smith. ROW 2: Joe Strasser, Ken Niederkohr, Doug DeBolt, Coach Donald Garris, Jerry Bower, Tom Sheaffer, Gary Heckathorn, Doug Frisch, Ted Gottfried, Jim Corfman, Mike McKee, Gus Corfman, Gary Young, Jim Romich. VARSITY BA SEBA LL The baseball team ended their 1963 season with 7 wins, 4 losses. Having only 4 seniors, the team is young, but this will be a favorable factor for next year. Providing many exciting moments, the team was tough adversaries for every team they met this year. VARSITY SCORES 1 We Opponents They 30 Carey 2 4 Kenton 3 6 Willard O 3 Ontario 4 1 Galion 2 1 Shelby 7 4 Galion 5 9 Shelby 7 8 Tiffin Calvert 2 10 Carey' 9 20 Willard 9 5 Galion 5 104 Gus Corfman takes a pitch outside. Bob Witzei waits for his pitch. The Rams wait for the pitch. Dan Trease waits for his sign to pitch Finishing his swing, Bob Witzel hits the ball for a triple. Taking his turn at bat is Doug Frisch . st u.-if N Q Dan Ttease waits for his sign. Having a conference on the mound are Pudd Trease 105 and Jim Coffman, , ROW 1: Jeff Hickenbotham, Dave Thompson, Richie Booth, Ray Hamman, Joe Steiner, Tom Mitchell. ROW 2: Coach Gene Telego, Ed Ulrich, Tom Hilderbrand, Steve Tesmer, John Harmon, Jim Troup, Terry Nance. VARSITY TENNIS Upper Sandusky's young tennis team showed definite improvement throughout the season although they weren't victorious in any of their matches. Led by Coach Telego, the 3 regulars were Tom Hilderbrand, jim Troup, and Terry Nance. Ray Hamman and Steve Tesmer alternated in the No. 4 singles spot While Ray Hamman, Ed Ulrich, joe Steiner, and Richie Booth, saw considerable action in doubles matches. The team entered the Mansfield Madison Tourney and the Dis- trict Tournament held at Mansfield beside the regular inter-scholastic meets. The Ram netters should surely be an improved team for next year. 106 VARSITY SCORES Opponents They Bellevue 5 Shelby 5 Madison Tourn. 7th place Fostoria 7 Galion 5 Bellevue 5 Galion 5 Sectional lst doubles team to semi-finals Shelby 5 Mohawk 4 Mohawk 4 Fostoria 6 Jim Troup charges the net while Terry Nance re- The lone senior on Upper's squad, Ray I-Iamman, mains in the backcourt against Mohawk's No, 1 dou- follows through to ready position after serving. bles team. - +- Terry Nance exhibits fine form against Mohawk. Upper's No. 3 man, Terry Nance, concentrates as he strokes the ball over the net. 107 VM.-qw-wwfM-1-:Wwq-yfwfx, WL- 0 - , U., ,..,L ,... Y, .,,. L, ., .,,q,, k A,,. .. ,M , fx .. 4, ,JV , , 1, Q7 --9-1 Vis, H nm, 5 st :G I fiS53f'1"N V if? " " T' I? 'Vw' A fl' -emu , , f' K w , ' ' 'f .1 f. 1,.. A:,, ,Q W. ,A , .Q-mf 3 . , . M--A ,, ,A f' , 5' .- iq , , A .Q M L I v T E J S 1 1962 HOME COMING QUEE BONN2' KIESS After the announcement of the 1962 Homecoming After receiving a kiss from Doug Frisch, co -captain Queen, Bob Wolfe, co -captain, presented the crown Bonny gave the game football to him. to Miss Bonny Kiess. 110 HOMEOOMING COURT ROSANN LOGSDON CAR OL T N GA TCHELL DONNA PA SSE T ANN HARMAN o n B nyK' Homecoming Court 8: Escorts: Donna Passet, R san Logsdon, on less, Ann Harman, and Carolyn Gatchellg Jim Morris, Allen Dible, Paul Kolhoff, Michael Grossman, and Ray Hamman. SITTLNG: Ian Williams, Sydne Rome, Rita Kolarik Reva Neiderkohr Jim Hogan STANDING Ed Ulrich Gary Goodman, LaVerne Dillon, Elizabeth Gerber, Marcia Barrett Jim Bolton David Thompson "HAR VE T " Nov. l6, 1962, the jr. Class pre- sented their jr. Class Play "HARVEY" directed by Mrs. Cynthia Fidler. El- wood P. Dowd, an eccentric million- aire, was befriended by a 6'2" pooka or white rabbit. The situation finally reach- ed the point that his sister, Veta, aided by her friend, Mrs. Cheveneau, and her daughter, Myrtle Mae, decided to commit Elwood to Chumley's Rest. Although a famous institution, it was just not pre- pared for Elwood and his family. After Dr. Chumley saw the pooka, Veta de- cided that she wanted Elwood back at home. So Veta and company departed leaving Dr. Chumley and his "Rest" in peace. "This injection carries a violent re action. We can't give it to him with out his consent. Will he give it?" "Of course he will, if I ask him. "To give up this rabbit -- I doubt it." "Don't ask him. Just give it to him. "You've done somethin' with the Doctor and Fm findin' out what it is --" "Don't touch him, Wilson." "You two don't believe this story he tells about the Doctor sittin' there talkin' to a big white rabbit,' do you?" "Perhaps theyneglected to tell you that arabbit has large pointed ears! That a hat for a rabbit would have to be perforated to make room for those ears ? Do you realize what you have done? You don't answer. l'll tell you. You have permitted a psy- copathic case to walk off these grounds and roam around with an overgrown white rabbit." J ROW 1: Jan Koehler, Liz Gerber, Carolyn Gatchell, Donna Passet, Judy Guthrie, Linda Ross, Diane Brickner, Rc Karen Stansbery, Charlene Gottfried, Ann Harman, Kathy Smith. ROW 2: Ron Pool, Marge Barick, Virginia Bos' Robbie Lee, Mike Harm an, Dennis Kimmel, John Harmon, David Beard, Bonny Kiess, Jeannette Burns. ROW 3: Sy J DIRECTOR: Miss Ruth Spies BUSINESS MANAGER: Marcia Brents CAST LEADS:MEG -- Sydne Rome,JEFF -- Ken Davis, FIONA -- Joan Miller, TOMMY "John McCord, JEAN '- Linda - Hastings and -- Otis Kathy IVUHS1' afld Kandee Grossman. 114- w E sdon, John Roth, Jim Bolton, Gary Goodman, Barbara Eley, Rita Kolarik,'Helen Rall, Harriet Rall, Mary Harmon, Roth, Tim Santschi, David Thompson, Jim Troup, Larry Beidelschies, Jim Thomas, Larry Cattran, Carl Bowen, ne,.Joan Miller, Otis Rigney, Linda I-lasting. ROW 4: Ken Davis, John McCord, Steve Tesmer. "BRI GA D 0 UN" While hunting in Scotland Tommy Albright and Jeff Douglas, two Americans, discover "Brigadoon, " a town which comes into exist- ence only one day every one hundred years. Spending this "one day" in the village, Tommy meets and falls in love with Fiona. However, as much as he wants to stay, he becomes some- what bewildered over the conditions and en- chantment of the "miracle" as set forth by Mr. Lundie and feels that he cannot accept "every- thin' Tommy and Jeff return to New York, but Tommy is so discontent that he returns to Scotland to see where the village had been. At this point Mr. Lundie appears and proves, "When ye love someone deeply, anythin' is possible -- even miracles." 115 DANCERS: Kathy Smith, Virginia Book, Liz Gerber, Bonny Kiess, Otis Rigney, Ann Harman, Jan Schnepp, and Margie Barick. CAST: Marcia Brents, John Gtafmiller, Bonny Kiess Terry Bookmyer John Roth Rita Karg John Reed Missing Gary McCreary, Jeannette Burns, Mike Wolfe "THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANKJ' During the Second World War, Nazi persecution ofthe jews forced many families into hiding. One such family, the Franks, found refuge in the attic ofa Dutch ware- house vvhere, along with four others, they waited hopefully for liberation. The lives of these eight people as they lived from day to day were recorded in the diary of the Frank's youngest daughter, Anne, who revealed with keen in- sight the laughter and the tears of these people. The Senior play, cast a week before Easter, was given on May 2nd and 3rd. "Please Mr. Frank, I beg you to answer thc: telephone. " "I knitted it in the dark," "Thank you, Anne, thank you L 1 SHARON WILLIAMS TRA CK QUEEN Queen and attendants: Barbara Gerber, Kandee Grossman, Sharon Williams, Patsy Rall, and Barbara Ritterspach. 118 The 1963 track queen and court reigned at the Upper Night Relays on April 27. Chosen by the track team, Queen Sharon Williams was escorted by Tom Smith. Kandee Grossman was es- corted by Mike Grossman, Pat Rall byDaveMi11er, Bar- bara Ritterspach by john Karg, and Bar- bara Gerber by Dave Fox. Kandee Grossman Patsy Rall Senior Attendant Junior Affefldfilli Barbara Ritterspach Barbara Gerber Sophomore Attendant Freshman Attendant TRACK CO RT V 5 1 X - I M fkjl., I K rritgwa arrr Barbara Gerber, Kandee Grossman, Queen Snaron Williams, Patsy Rall, Barbara Ritterspacn 119 BAND QUEE ,f""" '-.,,,.-.W '14 ll 'ts 4 si SHIRLE T DA VIDSOJV Chosen bythe Symphonic and Activity Band, Miss Shirley David- son reigned as their band queen for the year of 1963. Following the band at the Christmas parade, Shirley's car was driven by Mr. Stanley Hindmarch, band director. Shirley is a member of the Activities Band and has participated in band for four years. She also has been a majorette for four years -- two years at Salem and two years at Upper Sandusky. Shirley remarked that she "was very honored to be band queen." 120 ASSEMBLIES Charles King -- vocalist, Oct. 10, 1962. Snake Dance before Carey game, Nov. 9, 1962 l Football Awards Assembly -- Nov. 21, 1962. Hi Teens Thanksgiving Assembly. Dedication for new school, Feb. 3, 1963. Pep Rally in new gym. Ohio State Girls' Glee Club, Feb. 12, 1963. 121 Molholm -polar explorer, April 23, 1963. PARISIAN Um F 4? x Y E25 9' X .M Eu ' fl v FLIGHT '63' Ai CLASS OF 1963 125 THE COMMERCIAL SA VINGS BANK F. D. I. C. CUT UPPER SANDUSKY THOMAS AND FRANZ CHIEF DAIRY FURNITURE STORE PRUD UCTS Quality Furniture Pinkerington Creamery, Inc and Carpet AX 4-1919 Upper Sandusky COMP'-IMENTS OF ASHTONS51! AND 1042 STORE THE WTANDOT POPCORN UDDGV SHUUUSKY, 0hi0 Self-Service Store COMPANY Ben Franklin Store ARMSTRONG CLOTHING THE STORE FOR MEN and BOYS AX 4-3047 ARTZ DEPT STORE Dry Goods -- Draperies Ready-To-Wear ChiIdren's Wear Upper Sandusky MILLER DAIRY SNACK AX 4-2385 J. L. FOUCHT QUARRY Upper Sandusky AX 4-2461 AX 4-1183 Cff. AX 4-26 Compliments of B. 8m B. RAMBLER THE 441 N. Worpole AX Mm EVER GREENS SCHOENBERGER HJUST FGODH Poultry - Creclm - Eggs AX 4-1058 . I NE WELL-jOHNS ON A GENCY lnsurance -- Bonds Over 50 Years Of Service To Wyandot County PFEIFER HARD WARE CO Housewares -- Paint Water Systems AX 4-2395 AX 4-2271 LEE,S TRADING POST TOWN AND COUNTRY BEA UTI' SHOP AX 4-3156 Susanne L. Rall Variety Merchandise Boats gf Motors Guns gf Ammunition Wholesale -- Retail Two Locations 108 E. Walker 132 N. Sandusky Upper Sandusky AX 4-3414 4 THE LITE STAR OIL COMPANY Fleetvving Products Walter J. Fry AX 41-2391 WTANDOT COUNTY IMPLEMEN T DEALERS Bowen Implement Co. Inc. Carey Implement Co. Upper Farm Service Inc. U. S. Implement Co. Vent Implement Co. Creeger Implement Co. Wyandot Tractor gf Implement Compliments ot KUENZLI OUARRIES CO. , INC. Upper Sandusky, Ohio ZIMMERMAN'S GREENHOUSE and FLOWER SHOPS 5I4 W. Johnson AX 4-I23l Upper Sandusky IO8 E. Findlay St. 396-2054 Carey, Ohio Compliments of E. D. PFEIFER SALES 8. SERVICE International Trucks - Parts - Service 206 N. Warpole St. Upper Sandusky JIM DUGAN, INC. MARION Men's and Boys' Fine Clothing and Shoes 'Rent a Formal for the Prom' 4 MILLS METAL COMPLIMENTS OF COMPARTMENT STOLL CASKET CO. COMPANY AX 4-2321 UPPER SANDUSKY LUCAS FUNERAL HOME UPPER SANDUSKY. . . MORRAL, NEVADA COMP'-'MEN-fs GI: BEST WISHES FROM UPPER THE VILLA GE DRIVE-IN A UTO RESTA URANT PARTS Route 23 -- North AX A-2945 INC- WITZEL MARA THON COMPLIMENTS OF RICHARDSOJWS SER VICE FLOWER SHUP AX 4-3272 114 N. Warpole Upper Sandusky "QUALITY SERVICE" 294-1336 SHARl'S BEAUTY SALON HART'S JEWELRY STORE Sl'1Gf0f1 Lind 114 North Sandusky 130 E. Fairview Ave. AX 4-1036 AX 4-3559 Harry - William - James VOGEU5 GIER TELEVISION Qualify Footwear For the Entire SALES Gnd SERVICE Family AX 4-2836 Since "1888" KOEHLER DR UG STORE KOEHLER PAINT STORE KODAK DEALER OFFICE SUPPLIES AX 4-1916 AX 4-1969 l 1 f i i l MILLINGTON MAN UFA C TURIN G COMPANY UPPI:R SANDUSKY AX 4 2317 KINLETS DAIRY SERVING WYANDOT COUNTY Wiih PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS ofthe FINEST QUALITY UPPER SANDUSKY AX 4-3512 AX 4-1247 THE CHEVRON AND SHIELD ARE THE SYMBOL OF THE DAIRY GUILD OF AIVIERICA, A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF INDEPENDENT DAIRY CRAFTSIVIEN PLEDGED TO IVIAINTAIN THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE THE DAILY CHIEF- UNIO Ni. W. Niartin, Pres. Paul Creger, Mgr. Editor Upper Sandusky AX 4-2332 43 s 2415.-11 .9 Steed est! ,ag s W mst? riffs 53? ! is ,,.. , f ff: - ' - f ' r ' wflsteaeraef sf si i ' I , . . .. ,, . -.,.t-mf.. :ifsszff.145tsz,s,xw , . ' - ., .. . W :-": f1:"?'-f..:'- S .:-f-'Mara J-ZXTAQZK fge 4 sr ' we 52: 1 1 3 1 ,, i ' M V. 2 - , at 3 'i t--'W-2 ' rfTliiaviexizfzisiifetiiefHV! if ' i .... .. AX, at ,tg ya, , ,s,,Mw,,. S swf? 2533 is ,QQ fem-'QW gm ,ANS fs aim WALTON GRAI COMPA T Dealers in Grain, Seed, and Fertilizers Upper Sandusky AX 4-2337 KIESS PAINT AND APPLIANCE Wallpaper - Paint - Gifts - Record AX 4-3542 DENNIS BARNES Real Estate Broker STEC HER INSURANCE AGENCY STANSBERY 8a STECK SeIt Service Food Market Since I927 Citizens Bank Building Upper Sandusky, Ohio AX 4-I562 Leonard E. Steck - Russel Stansbery 294-224I CASTAMENS BL UE FURNITURE Upper Sandusky, Ohio DEPENDABLE Complete Line INSURANCE gf 107 N. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Home Furnishings gf Appliances 22 Years in Upper Sandusky AX 11-1527 THE LHARPSTER BA NK one. 1883 Harpster, Ohio Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. Point For all Purposes DEAN and PAGNARD BARBER SHOP Phone AX 4-3063 for Appointment Open - Mon. - Tues. - Thurs. - Fri 8 A.M. - 6 P.M. Open - Sclt. 8 A.M. - 9:30 P.M. CLOSED WEDNESDAY DALE'S GULF SERVICE STATION Where Service is ci Fact Not ci Promise AX 4-3163 WARFEL COAL CO. 229 S. Fifth St. Heating - Insuloting - Cooling AX 4-T221 or AX 4-I206 KIMMEL CLEANERS UPPER SANDUSKY AX 4-1959 RUTTMANN INDIAN SPRINGS CONSTRUCTION CO. PUULTRT CU- Vertical Concrete Construction Ducks gf Turkeys Slip Form and Jump Form Upper Sandusky 425 W. Walker St. Plant AX 4-2225 Upper Sandusky Home AX 4-1817 AX 4-3538 SAMS ELECTRIC AK MBER OMPANY Electric Wiring -- Lighting Fixfures B ER LU C 221 W. High sf. Wharton O' Upper Sandusky - 294-2031 458 2252 PA UL'S SHOE STORE Paul R. Hilderbrand - Owner AX 4-3151 -- 112 N. Sandusky Ave. MooRE's STORE NEIKIRK 5f1.oo STORE AUTO Supplies And Toys Uppe' Sandusky AX 4-3515 117 vv. vvyondof BRINGMAN AND CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS ESTABLISHED 1909 W. P. Bringman -J. A. Bringman 226 E. Wyandot Ave. AXA-2328 Upper Sandusky, Ohio BOWL-ERA LANES Complete Restaurant Facilities Carey, Ohio Ezz Keller -- Prop. KLEIN LE IN JEWE LERS Diamonds -- Watches AX 4- I743 UPPER DRUG COMPANY INC. "Prescriptions Are Our Business Upper Sandusky A. L. BRENT'S GENERAL STORE Harpster, Ohio WYAN DOT AUTOMOBILE CLUB "It pays to Belong" AX 4-2315 NEUMEISTER'S BAKERY Eat Mor Breads 81 Pastries AX 4-1981 MAXINE'S APPAREL SHOP Upper Sandusky, Ohio Ladies And Infants Wear WYANDOT LANES Snack Bar Bowling AX 4-2921 J. C. PENNEY CO. Marion, Ohio Shop The Modern Way Use A Penney Charge Card DAY'S NEWS AND GIFTS On the Square AX 4-0127 MIDWEST OHIO TOOL CO. Precision Metal Tools AX 4-1987 ZIMMERMAN MOBIL SERVICE AX 4-3476 THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TWO BRANCHES TO SERVE YOU FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS Upper Sandusky Nevada Deposits Insured up to 510, 000 I INDIAN VILLAGE PUBLISHER AMERICAN TEARBOOK COMPANY Dick Wilson, Representative DICKEN Cog WONDERS STUDIO Fostoria, Ohio PORTRAIT COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY KODAK FINISHING "Devoted to the Creation of Fine Photography" ,SAMS ROGERS JEWELRY BI iamons Wth II3 North Sandusky Ave. Keepsake D CI AX 4-OI I7 Roger Williams Upper Sandusky 203 N. Sandusky, Ave NIEDERKOHR BROTHERS BUILDING CONTRACTORS WHARTON ELEVATOR North Keller S+. whaffon, Ohio Sandusky AX 4-1054 NE WMAN PON TIA C SALES 212 West Wyandot "Home of the Widetrack" A Congratulations Compliments of and Best Wishes HUSTON LUMBER CO. - Carey - Sycamore CRAMER PLUMBING AND HEA TIN G THE U.S. CONSTRUCTION CO ROAD CONTRA CTOR Ralph H. Ritterspach - Tom F. Ritterspach Upper Sandusky AX4-3371 STEPHAN LUMBER CO. For Construction Materials of All Kinds Component Parts a Specialty COMMERCIAL Flat and Curved Stressed-Skin Panels HOMES: Ready-Built Wall Sections Roof Trusses INDUSTRIAL Trusses and Roof Systems SINCE 1898 Pre-Hung Doors Pre-Finished Floor and Roof Panels ' C. B. S CH OOLFIELD M. D. ROBERT COPE D. V. M. NORMAN KEAR D. D. S. T H LA U TERMILCH O. D. PA UL E. EIPPERT D. V. M. D. j. BAUER D. D. s. B. H. HA THA WAT D. O. R. M. ROSSEL jR. 6:9 R. M. ROSSEL SR D. D. S. H A. RHODES, If. If SOLAKOFF j. j. BRO WNE M. D. CARL F. 65:9 CLINTON C. KARG General Contractors A 'N Weimar, W. My A Vg A M. ' . ' sa -- Z xx N Q. X fx.. Upper Sandusky AX 4-2551 We of the 1963 Indian Village wish to thank all those merchants who have bought ads in this year's yearbook. We sincerely hope that you will accept our appreciation. ln Sincere Appreciation BUSINESS STAFF gmgal Business Manager IN MEM ORIAM T0 PA UL KOLHOFF A crescent-shaped moon on the crest of a cloud Seals the earth in a moonlight-white shroud To a lonely grave my restless thoughts fly And I ask myself why my friend should die. lf goodness and truth are so tragically taken, To what plight must malice and fault be foresaken? For goodness and truth and worth be possessed, With merit and virtue and love he was blessed. A cold wind blows from a northern land l touch cold marble with trembling hand . . . Can life itself hold so much for tomorrow That its going can cause such relentless sorrow? For sadness in youth is sorrow enoughg Grey mist to cover a world of light . . . But death in youth is grief without endg Gone the sun to eternal night. 152 By Rosy Logsdon SE IOR A CTIVITIE BOB ALBERT Marseilles 1,25 Student Council 15 Scholarship Medal Winner 2,3545 Scholarship Team 1,3,45 Chorus 1525 Choir 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 15 Baseball 1,25 Bowling 35 Librarian 25 Class Officer 4. PAT ARNOLD Marseilles 1525 F.H.A. 3545 F.H.A. Officer 45 Stu- dent Council 45 Cheerleader 15 Homecoming Court 25 Class Officer 1. MARIORIE BARICK Nevada 1,251-Ii'T66DS 3545 Tri-Masque 3,45 Thes- pians 45 Choir 3545 Orange and Black 45 Annual Staff 45 Brigadoon 45 Bowling 3545 Office Girl 3,4. ROLEEN BAY Hi-Teens 253,45 Pep Club 1,2,35 Chorus 15 Bowl- ing 152535 Office Girl 4. LARRY BEIDELSCHIES Salem 1,25 F.F.A. 1,25 F.F.A. Officer 1,25 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Brigadoon 45 Basketball 1525 Base- ball 15 Bowling 45 State Livestock Judging Contest 1,25 Parliamentary Procedure 1,25 Class Officer 1,2. TERESA BOOKMYER Hi-Teens 253,45 Pep Club 2,45 Tri-Masque 253,45 Thespians 45 Radio Club 3,45 Chorus 15 Sr. Play 45 Bowling 1,253. BRYAN BORKOSKY Marseilles 1,25 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. Officer 1,45 Varsity U. 45 Marching Band 1,25 Concert Band 1,25 Football 3,45Basketball 1,2,35 Track 15 Base- ball 1,25 Boys' State 3. MARCIA BRENTS Harpster 1,25 Hi-Teens 3,45 Student Council 35 Stenography Club 3,45 Stenography Club Officer 35 Thespians 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 25 March- ing Band 1,2,35 Concert Band 1,2,35 Band Officer 35 Chorus 1525 Orange and Black 45 AnnualStaff 35BITig21ClOOf1 45 Jr. Play 2,35 Sr. Play 45 Office Girl 45 Librarian 45 Lettermen's Club 25 Class Officer 152. DIANE BRICKNER Hi-Teens 253,45 F.T.A. 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. Officer 35 Stenography Club 35 Stenography Club Officer 35 Pep Club 15 Thespians 45 Marching Band 152,35 Concert Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 1,25 Chorus 15 Choir 253,45 Brigadoon 45 Bells Are Ringing 25 Solocic Ensemble Contest 15 Bowling 1,2. RICK BROTT Tri-Masque 15253545 Annual Staff 45 lr. Play 3. DIANA BROWN F.H.A. 35 Marching Band 1,45 Concert Band 1,4. JEANNETTE BURNS Hi-Teens 3,45F.T.A.15F.H.A.1,2,35Ti'l'M21SqLl6 2,3545 Thespians 45 Radio Club 45 Marching Band 2,3545 Concert Band 2,3545 Chorus 15 Brigadoon 45 Sr. Play 45112 G.A.A. 1. JARRY CASE Student Council 15 Public Address 1,25 Varsity U. 253,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Honorable Mention NOL Offensive-Defensive Football 45 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Class Officer 1. GEORGE CORNISH Art Club 2,35 Stenography Club 45 Chorus 1. DARLENE COURTAD Hi-Teens 253,45 F.H.A. 45 Art Club 45 Stenogra- phy Club 35 Pep Club 3,45 Chorus 2. SHIRLEY DAVIDSON Salem 1,25 Art Club 45 Stenography Club 3,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Ma- jorette 1,2,3,45 Band Queen 45 Chorus 1,25 Annual Staff 45 Librarian 3. KENNETH DAVIS Hi-Y 2,3545 Hi-Y Officer 45 Student Council 45 Student Council Officer 45 Art Club 15 Thespians 45 Varsity U, 2,3,45 Scholarship Medal Winner 3545 Chorus 15 Choir 253,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Brigadoon 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2535 Track 1,2,35 Boys' State 35 Choir Ensembles 1,2,3,45 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 1. CONNIE DAY Hi-Teens 2,3545 Hi-Teens Officer 45 Student Coun- cil 15 Tri-Masque 2,3545 ScholarshipMedal Winner 1,35 Scholarship Team 25 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3545 Chorus 15 Annual Staff 45 Solo Sz Ensemble Contest 1,2,35 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Jr. G.A.A. Officer 15 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 3. MARY DAY Harpster 1525 Stenography Club 3545 Pep Club 15 Chorus 1,25 Bowling 1,2,3,45 Librarian 1,25 Class Officer 1.2. PAT DENNEY Chorus 15 Football 2535 Basketball 1,35 Track 25 Bowling 354. ALLEN DIBLE Salem 1,25 Scholarship Team 152,35 Marching Band 1525Concert Band 1,25Chorus 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Class Officer 152. JERRY DILLION F.T.A. 35 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Public Address 2,35 Orange and Black 2,35 Football 15 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,25 Librarian 4. CONNIE FRANK Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 25 Student Council 45 Tri- Masque 2,3545 Tri-Masque Officer 45 Thespians 3, 45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3545 Annual Staff 3,45 Bells Are Ringing 25 Jr. Play 35 Solo gl Ensem - ble Contest 1,3,45 Bowling 2,45 Choir Ensembles 3,45 Senior Executive Committee. 153 DOUG FRISCH Student Council 25 Varsity U. 2,3,45 Varsity U. Officer 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,2,35Chorus 15 Annual Staff 45 Football 1,2,3,45 NOL Honorable Mention Football 35 First Team All NOL Tackle Football 45 Track 1,25 Baseball 3,45 Bowling 45 Rotary Club World Affairs Institute Delegate to Cincinnati 45 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 2. GERALDINE FRISCH Hi-Teens 35 F.H.A. 45Stel'1Og1'aphy Club 3,45 Cho- rus 1,25 Office Girl 45 lr. G.A.A. 1. CAROLYN FULK Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Scholarship Team 35 Marching Band 1,2,3,45Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2, 3,45 Dance Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Bells Are Ringing 25 Solo 8: En- semble Contest 1,2,35 Philharmonic Camp 35Choir Ensembles 3.45 Prom Server 2. CAROLYN GATCHEL Salem 1,25 Hi -Teens 3,45 Marching Band 35 Con- cert Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Brigadoon 45 Bowling 25 Homecoming Court 45 Office Girl 4. SUE GERBER Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F,T.A. 2,3,45 Tri -Masque 2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Marching Band 1,2,35 Concert Band 1,2,35 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Orange and Black 15 Annual Staff 1,2,35 Bells Are Ringing 25 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 35 Choir Ensembles 3,4. SHARON GETZ. Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Stenography Club3,45 Stenography Club Officer 3,45 Student Council 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Annual Staff 45 Solo8z Ensemble Contest 15 Office Girl 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Prom Server 25 D.A.R. Good Citizenship Test 4. BARBARA GIER Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Pep Club 35 Pep Club Officer 35 Tri-Masque 3,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Chorus 1,25 Annual Staff25 Jr. Play 35 Solo dc Ensemble Contest 1,25 Bowling 3,45 Jr, G.A.A. 1. MIKE GILLESPIE LYNDA GOODMAN Nevada 1,25 Art Club 45 Chorus 1,25 May Day At- tendant 2. CHARLENE GOTTFRIED Salem 1,25 Hi -Teens 3,45 Marching Band 35 Con- cert Band 1,2,35 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Brigadoon 45 Solo 85 Ensemble Contest 35 Choir Ensembles 3,4. JIM GRAFMILLER Art Club 3,45 Art Club Officer 45 Football 1. JOHN GRAFMILLER Art Club 1,2,3,45 Public Address 35 Varsity U. 45 154- Marching Band 15 Concert Band 1,25 Pep Band lg Choir 15 Sr. Play 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Track 1,2. KANDEE GROSSMAN Harpster 1,25 Hi-Teens 3,45 Hi-Teens Officer 45 Student Council 3,45 Student Council Officer 45 Pep Club 45 Pep Club Officer 45 Scholarship Team 15 Marching Band 1,25 Orange and Black 2,3,45 Orange and Black Editor 35 Sports Editor of Orange and Black 45 Annual Staff3,45 Assistant Annual Editor 45 Brigadoon 45 Cheerleader 1,2,35 Track Court 4. MIKE GROSSMAN Harpster 1,25 F.F.A. 15 Scholarship Medal Winner 25 Scholarship Team 15 Sr. Play 25 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Track 1,2,45 Baseball 1,2,35 Bowling 25 Class Officer 2. ED GROVE Student Council 45 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Art Club Of- ficer 45 Varsity U, 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 25 Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,3. JUDY GUTHRIE Hi-Teens 3,45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 F.T.A. Officer 45 Thespians 45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Brigadoon 45 Ir. G.A.A. 1. BECKY HAMILTON Hi-Teens 45 F.T.A. 35 Pep Club 15 Chorus 1,25 Ir. Play 35 School Newspaper Staff 3. RAY HAMMAN Hi'Y 2,3,45 Hi'Y Officer 45 Student Council 3,45 Thespians 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,3,45 Scholarship Team l,2,3,45 Extracurricular Speech 25 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Bells Are Ringing 25 Jr. Play 35 Tennis 45 Home- coming Escort 45 Boys' State 35 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 1,3. ANN HARMAN Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Hi-Teens Officer 45 Student Council 4: Student Council Officer 45 Tri -Masque 2,3,45 Thespians 45 Radio Club 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,2,3,45 Extracurricular Speech 25 Marching Band 1,2,35 Concert Band 1,2,35Chorus 15Choir 2,3,45 Annual Staff 2,45 Brigadoon 45 Bells Are Ringing 25111 Play 35 Solo SL Ensemble Contest 1,35 Bowling 45 Homecoming Court 45 Track Court 25 Girls' State 35 Choir Ensembles 1,3,45 Prom Server 2. LARRY HARMON Varsity U, 3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Football 3, 45 Choir Ensembles 3. MARY HARMON Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 1,2,3,45 F,T.A. Officer 3, 45 Student Council 45 Tri-Masque 2,3,45 Tri- Masque Officer 35 Thespians 3,45 Thespians Offi- cer 45 Radio Club 3,45 Scholarship Medal Winner 15 Scholarship Team 1,35 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Or- ange and Black 2,3.45 Annual Staff 3,45 Brigadoon 45 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 1,35 Choir Ensembles 35 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 4. RON HECKATHORN Marseilles 1,25 Student Council 25 Scholarship Team 45 Baseball 152. ROSE HORN Harpster 1,25 Hi-Teens 45 Stenography Club 3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 35 Bowl- ing 35 Choir Ensembles 3,45 Class Officer 152, KAREN I-IUFFMAN Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 15 Stenography Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,3,45 Chorus 15 Bowling 1,2,35 Jr. G.A.A. 1. RITA KARG Hi-Teens 2,3545 F.H.A. 1,25 Stenography Club 35 Pep Club 35 Thespians 45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Brigadoon 45 Bells Are Ringing 25 Jr, Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Choir Ensembles 153. GERALD KEMERLEY F.F.A. 1. DAVE KIEFFER BONNY KIESS Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 1,25 Student Council 45 Pep Club 1,2,35 Tri -Masque 1,2,3,45 Thespians 2, 3,45 Thespians Officer 45 Marching Band 1,2,35 Concert Band 1,25 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Orange and Black 2,45 Annual Staff 15 Brigadoon 45 Bells Are Ringing 25 Jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Tri -Masque Play 25 Cheerleader 1,2,45 Homecoming Queen 45 Track Court 1. DENNIS KIMMEL Salem 1,25 Marching Band 1,25 Concert Band 1,25 Pep Band 1.5 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3545 Brigadoon 45 Solo 85 Ensemble Contest 35 Baseball 15 Choir En- sembles 3.45 Librarian 25 Class Officer 2. GARY KIN Stenography Club 35 Bowling 1,2. BILL KOEHLER F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Varsity U.3,45 Football153,45 Land and Livestock Judging Contests 1,2,3,45 Parlia- mentary Procedure 1,2,3,4. GERALDINE LEAR Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 152,35 Stenography Club 3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Jr. G.A.A. 1. ROSY LOGSDON Tri-Masque 2,3,45TheSpiar1S 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3545 Orange and Black 3,45 Literary Editor of Orange and Black 45 Annual Staff 45 Brigadoon 45 Solo :Sz Ensemble Contest 1,35 Home- coming Court 45 Track Court 35 Choir Ensembles 1,35 Senior Executive Committee 4. 155 NORMA LONG Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Stenography Club 35 Pep Club 3, 45Tl'i'IV1aSC1l1C 2,3,45 Thespians 45 Radio Club 3,45 Chorus 15 Tri -Masque Play 3. ALLEN MARTIG Hi-Y 2,3,45 Varsity U. 1,2,3,45 Marching Band 1, 25 Concert Band 1,25 Chorus 1525 Annual Staff 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Baseball 35 Bowling 1. KARLA MARTIN Stenography Club 3,45 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Jr, G.A.A. 1. PAT MARTIN F.H.A. 1,2535 F.H.A. Officer 1,25 Art Club 45 Pep Club 25 Chorus 15 Bowling 3. GARY MCCREARY Harpster 1,25 F.F.A. 15 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Bas- ketball Manager 1,25 Track Manager 1,25 Baseball Manager 1,25 Bowling 2. PENNY MILLER - Hi-Teens 3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Stenography Club 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Chorus 15112 G.A.A. 1. JIM MORRIS Hi'Y 2,3,45 Hi-Y Officer 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1,2,3,45 Annual staff 45 Annual Staff Sports Editor 45 Football 1,35 Bowling 45 Homecoming Escort 45 Prom Server 2. DWIGHT MYERS Salem 1,25 Basketball 15 Baseball 1525 Class Offi- cer 2. ALLEN OATES Marching Band 15 Chorus 15 Orange and Black 35 Football 15 Basketball 15 Bowling 1,2,3,4. CARLA OBER Hi-Teens 2,3545 F.T.A. 253,45 Tri-Masque 2,3,45 Scholarship Medal Winner 2,45 Scholarship Team 253,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 152, 3,45 Orange and Black 45 Tri-Masque Play 25 Of- fice Girl 45 Librarian 4. IOYCE OSBORN Marseilles 1,25 F.H.A. 35 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Student Director Sr. Play 45 Solo Sa Ensemble Con- test 35 Choir Ensembles 45 Librarian 2. DONNA PASSET Salem 1,25 Hi-Teens 3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Student Council 45 Student Council Officer 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 2,3545 Marching Band 1,25 Concert Band 1525 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Annual Editor 45 Brigadoon 45 lr. Play 35 Solo SL Ensemble Contest 35 Bowling 2,3,45 Cheerleader 152,35 Homecoming Court 45 Choir Ensembles 3,45 Prom Server 2. MARIANNE PFLEIDER Marseilles 1,25 Student Council 25 Student Coun- cil Officer 23 Stenography Club 3,43 Stenography Club Officer 43 Scholarship Team 1,23 Chorus 1,23 Orange and Black 2,3,43 Homecoming Court 13 Librarian 1,23 Prom Server 23 Class Officer 1. LIZ RADWICK Hi-Teens 2,3,43 Stenography Club 3,43 Tri-Masque 3,43 Thespians 43 Radio Club 43 Marching Band 1, 2,33 Concert Band 1,2,33 Chorus 13 Choir 2,3,43 Bells Are Ringing 23 Jr. Play 33 Solo 8LEnsemble Contest 13 Choir Ensembles 3,43 Jr. G.A.A. 1. HARRIET RALL Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. 1,23 Pep Club 3,43 Tri- Masque 2,3,43 Thespians 4g Chorus 13 Choir 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Brigadoon 43 Jr. Play 3g Tri-Masque Play 23 Solo 83 Ensemble Contest 1,33 Cheerleader 2,33 Choir Ensembles 1,2,3,43 Jr. G.A.A. 1. HELEN RALL Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. 2,33 Pep Club 13 Tri- Masque 2,3,43 Thespians 43 Chorus 13 Choir 2,3,43 Brigadoon 43 Solo 83 Ensemble Contest 1,33 Choir Ensembles 1,3,4. JOHN REED Extracurricular Speech 2,43 Marching Band 1,2,3, 43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Dance Band 43 Annual Staff 3,43 Annual Business Manager 43 Sr. Play 43 Thespian Play 13 Basketball lg Basketball Chart- keeper 2,3,43 Track 13 Golf 3,43 Office Boy 43 Bells Are Ringing 2. JUDY RHODEN Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. 1,2 ,3,43 Pep Club 13 Schol- arship Team 33 Marching Band 1,2,33Concert Band 1,2,33 Chorus 13 Choir 2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Solo 83 Ensemble Contest 13 Bowling 13 Office Girl4. OTIS RIGNEY Hi-Y 43 Student Council 43 Tri-Masque 3,43 Thes- pians 3,43 Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band 1,23 Dance Band 23 Chorus 13 Choir 2,3,43 Choir Stu- dent Director 43 Orange and Black 3,41 Brigadoon 43 Bells Are Ringing 23 Tri -Masque Play 3, BUCKY RILEY Hi'Y 3,43 F.T.A. 2,3,4Q Visual Ed. '2,3,43 Varsity U. 43 Chorus 1,23 Annual Staff 3,43 Basketball 1, 2,3,43 Baseball 3. DAVE RISSER Marseilles 1,23 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Student Council 23 Basketball 1,2. DICK RITTER Varsity U. 33 Football 43 Basketball 1. JIM ROMICH Student Council 23 Visual Ed. 43 Varsity U. 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,43 Golf 1. DIANE ROSS Hi-Teens 3,43 F.T.A. 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 1,33 Tri- Masque 3,43 Thespians 3,43 Radio Club 3,43 Schol- arship Team 1: Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert 156 Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 13 Orange and Black 43 An- nual Staff 43 Ir. Play 3. JOHN ROTH Art Club 1,2,3,43 Art Club Officer 43 Thespians 43 Varsity U, 2,3,43 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 1,23 Chorus lj Choir 2,33 Brigadoon 4, Sr. Play 43 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 1,23 Football 1,2,3,4Q Basketball lg Track 1,23 Choir Ensembles 1,23 Class Officer 43 Bells Are Ringing 2. JUDY ROTHLISBERGER Hi-Teens 43 Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 23 Chorus 1,23 Office Girl 4. SHARON SANDERSON Salem 1,23 Hi-Teens 3,43 Art Club 3,43 Scholar- ship Team lg Choir 1,2,3,43 Solo 8: EnsembleCon- test 33 Choir Ensembles 3,43 Class Officer 2. DENNIS SCHINDLER F.F.A. 1,2,43 F.F.A. Officer 2,43 Jr. Play 3g Bowl- ing 4. BILL SCI-IOENBERGER Salem 1,23 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band 1,23 Pep Band 13 Choir 1,23 Jr. Play 33 Basketball 1,2. DARVAN SCHOENBERGER F.F.A,1.2.3,4. DONNA SCHOENBERGER Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F-.T.A. lj F.H.A. lj Stenography Club 3,43 Pep Club 33 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 13 Chorus 13 Bowling 2,3,4. DAN SHIELDS Marseilles 1,23 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 F.F.A. Officer 33 Annual Staff 33 lr. Play 33 Bowling 2,3,4. SANDRA SHIREMAN F.T.A, 13 F.H.A.2,3,43 Art Club 1,2,3,43 Librarian 43 Jr. G.A.A. 1. BRADLEY SLEMMER RAY SMITH Bowling 4. TOM SMITH Varsity U. 2,3,4Q Varsity U. Officer 43 Marching Band 1,2,3,43 Concert Band 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1, 2,33 Track 1,2,3,4. JERRY SOULE Marseilles 1,23 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Jr. Play 33 Bowling 2,3,4. MONTE SOUTHWARD F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Art Club 3. KEN STARLING Art Club 1,2,3,43 Varsity U. 2,3,4Q Marching Band 13 Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,22 Track 1,2,33 Prom Server 2. NORITA STIEFEL Hi-Teens 3,43 F.T.A. 13 Stenography Club 3,43 Stenography Club Officer 43 Pep Club 33 Marching Band 1,2,3Q Concert Band 1,2,33Chorus 13 Bowling 2,3,43 Librarian 3. MIKE STRASSER Varsity U. 3,45 Football 1,2,35 Bowling 4. FRED SWARTZ, Art Club 2,3,45 Chorus 1. HELEN THIEL Salem 1,25 F.H.A. 15F.H.A. Officer 15 Scholarship Team 35 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band 1, 2,3,45 Chorus l,2. ROSEANN THIEL l-li-Teens 25 F.H.A. 45SIC1'1OgF5pI1y Club 3,45 Cho- rus 15112 G.A.A. 1. LADEEN THOMAS Hi-Teens 35St61'1OgF3.pI'1y Club 35 Pep Club 35 Tri- Masque 35 Chorus 15 Jr. G.A.A. 1. BOB TILTON Hi'Y 2,3,45 Hi'Y Officer 3,45 F.T.A. l,2,3,45 F.T.A. Officer 3,45 Tri-Masque l,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Thespians Officer 45 Radio Club 3,45 Visual Ed. 2,3,45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Orange and Black 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Brigadoon 45 Bells Are Ring- ing 25 Jr. Play 35 Science Club 1,2,3,4. DAN TREASE Hi-Y 3,45 Varsity U. 3,45 Football 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Baseball 3,4. BARBARA ULRICH Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 F.T.A. Officer 45 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Solo Sz Ensemble Contest 15 OfficeGirl 3. GLEN VANHORN Nevada 1,25 F.F.A. l,2,45 F.F.A. Officer 25 Visual Ed. 1,25 Chorus 35 Bowling 4. KATHY VAUGHN Nevada 15 F.H.A. 1,25 Art Club 3,45 Librarian 1. SHARON WALTON Hi-Teens 2,3,45Hi-Teens Officer 45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Pep Club 35 Tri -Masque 2,3,45 Thespians 45 Radio Club 35 Extracurricular Speech 1,25Marching Band 1,2,3 45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Orange and Black 15 Solo Sz Ensemble Contest 15 Choir En- sembles 35 Prom Server 2. GARY WARD Varsity U. 45 Scholarship Team 3,45 Annual staff 45 Football l,3,45 Basketball 15 Track 1,25 Rotary Club World Affairs Institute Delegate to Cincinnati 45 Prom Server 2. FRANCIS WEAVER Salem 1,25 Chorus 1,2,35 Baseball 1,25 Class Offi- cer 1. JIM WEAVER Varsity U. 2,3,45 Football 25 Bowling 3,45 Prom Server 2. 157 FRED WHITE I-larpster 1,25 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Base- ball l,2. SHARON WILLIAMS l-li-Teens 2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Stenography Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3,45 Tri-Masque 3,45 Radio Club 45 Chorus 15 Orange and Black 45 Annual Staff 45 Bowling l,2,3,45 Track Queen 45 Office Girl 35111 G.A.A. 1. BOB WITZEL Hi-Y 2,3,45 Hi-Y Officer 45 Student Council 45 Public Address 25 Varsity U. 2,3,45 Varsity U. Offi- cer 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 153,45 Scholar- ship Team 25 Chorus 15 Choir 25 Football l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track lg Baseball 3,45 Bowling 45 Boys' State 35 Choir Ensembles 15 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 4. JOHN WITZEL Hi-Y 45 Varsity U. 3,45 Scholarship Team 3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Solo 8: Ensemble Contest 15 Football l,2,35 Basketball 15 Bowling 45 Tennis 45 Prom Server 25 Class Officer 4. 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