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

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V EM ft ' at 1153 K A 4 X E M I ,if A X X 4.4 Nm N Rfk, 1 X Q . 9 i 1 l M .kia ,,,. .NME P 11 ,A if' . fu ,, ' f N , A 3 kr , Qt? X , wr ag gg -ww sw. ,,, M M S K. A ,, ! K S f , ,,,, A M' T - ,J I , 'ff 4 W5 5 , , rim. y X 1 W ' , . if ww , . f gm , ' 'Ik L M. 'Bm Q H , F., , 13, x . . ' - 1-. - . V X ' Q ' ' 1.1211 :Q WL ,f . 3 i S b ff 4 ,j U ,, . we 1 W "' K 1 --M, 'M Q:.,. ,. kr Kf.: ' -2 i ff 5 " A , , , ' W ,,,, 3 K 'V l gg' l l Li.. SENIORS John E. Amert H SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR: Mr. Robert Sch erger. Frederick D. Balduf Martha G. Bartholomew David H. Beard Timothy T. Benner William P. Blankenship Thomas E. Book Patridia J. Boone Richard E. Booth Patsy J. Bosley 20 'Michael S . Boucher SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR: Mr. Charles Hood Carl R. Bowen Leslie S. Bowersox Mary A. Bryant Linda L. Carey Lawrence C. Cattran James E. Chadwick Donald B. Chance C. Gregory Comer James P. Coffman 21 Cheryl L. Courtad SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Patty Boone, S .' R' Ulf' h T .' B'l1B1 nk h' Sandra K. Courtad Thomas F. Creger Vecpges TtaJohx5iA,?mariTk:u 1,165 a ens IP' . ., , . Andre L. Criner Cheryl J. Culver Ramona J. Cupp Kathy A. Daulton Clifford R. Davis Cheryl S. DeBo1t Reuben A. DeBo1t V 22 Connie J. Denney 1, . X I 1' 9 zzvi I f Mrs. Laura Iler, Dicken and Wonders rep- resentative explained picture choices to , Seniors- ' Rene C. Diller John E. Eley Karen J. Ellis Michael P. Emerine Louis E. Emick William L. Evans Dennis L. Eyestone Linda K. Field Constance E. Fleck 9 23 Edwin E. Fox l- Seniors received recognition on Band Night Ann L. Frisch Cari A. Gatchell Thomas G. Gottfried John A. Grossman Mary S. Groth Shirley J. Guthrie David E. Hablitzel Pamela S. Hare Robert M. Harman 24 N.O.L. Football Squad: Tom Kiess, John Amert, Robby Lee, and Jack Timmons. -s John W. Harmon Linda J. I-lasting Gpal L. Heavlin Gary R. Heckathorn Marsha A. Hefner Larry J. Hemmerly 44 .4 David J. Hickinbotham Beverly M. Higgins David Hoopes Ja nice I. Hotelling 25 Sharon K . I-Iotelling D.A.R. Recipients: Sharon Thiel and Rita Ulrich. Martha J. Hull James M. Hutchinson Charles A. Karcher John E. Karg Sharon J. Karg 3?-4 Carol L. Kennedy Kenneth A. Kerr Kathy E. Kieffer Thomas M. Kiess 26 s Marilyn R. Kin eg ' Current Affairs Test Winners: Greg Comer and Ron Kleinlein. Robert L. Kirchner Richard M. Klein Xml? Ronald L. Kleinlein J an F. Koehler Michelle D. Koehler Ronald D. Kuenzli Sandra J. Kuenzli Sharon E. Kummerer Walter J. Kummerer 27 Joyce A. Landversicht W. Keith Lane Joyce A. L:-mke: Larry F. Larick Robert P. Lee Daniel E. Leightey X Sandra J. Link Teresa L. Logsdon Joyce Loverich Martha E. Lozano 28 Y xx 1 ' Charlene A . McClain i. Wenda J. MacLaren Kathleen V. McDaniel Linda M. McDanne1 Sue A. Mewhorter U - Janet L. Miller Kathleen M. Miller Lester S. Miller Paul E. Miller 29 Richard R. Miller 5 Sandra L . Miller UP" Ohio General Scho1arshipTest Finalists: Bev Smith, Larry Cattran, Reuben Debolt, and Karen S. Moore Barbara A. Mossbrugger Duffy Walton. Jeffrey W. Mouser Dennis C. Myers James M. Myers l L Terry L. Nance Martha A. Neel Susan A. Nutter Sue M. Orians 30 Ohio General Scholarship Test- -Honorable Men- tion. John L. Parsell John D. Patchet Robert A . Pfleider Walter N. Phillips Nancy J. Pierson Ronald E. Pool 'WIKI' David R. Powell Carol E. Rice Byron F. Richardson Doris I. Riedlinger 31 Susan K . Rife -- Boy's State: Tim Santschi, Reuben Debolt d . Barbara J. Ritterspach Kay E. Ritterspach an Larry Cam-an Linda L. Ross Karen L. Rossel Nancy E. Roszman Paul S. Roszman Jeffrey P. Roth Lynn O. Rothlisberger Linda L. Rowe 32 Diane M. Russell Girls' State: Diane Russell,Rita Ulrich, and s ' . Bev mth sue A. Sams Timothy F. sanrschi Daniel L. Schertzer Jan E. Schnepp Gary P. Schoenberger i Pamela S. Schoenberger Thomas W. Sheaffer William J. Sheeley Linda A. Sipe 33 Thomas W. Slemmer National Merit Scholarship Recognition John Parsell,Diane Russell, Reuben Debolt BeVe1'1Y A- Smith James G- Smith Mike Harman, and Sharon Thiel. L Kathleen K. Smith Barbara E. Spellerberg Robert J. Spence Robert W. Stagger Karen S. Stansbery Joseph M. Steiner Andrew M. Stephan 34 ' Jane E. Stillberger Seniors ordered their announcements for their up- coming graduation. John W. Stober Cheryl A. Stumpp Kathleen S. Sturgeon Clara E. Swartz Evelyn P. Swartz Robert L. Swartz Rosalie A. Sweigard Beverly A. Swerlein Carol A. Swinehart 35 if-CK i- Q zee David L. Thiel Seniors were measured for their caps and gowns by Mr. Kirkland. Diane E. Thiel Kenneth L. Thiel Sharon A. Thiel Jerry L. Thomas Jack L. Timmons Bonnie L. Traxler Dennis G. Trease Robert J. Troup James E. Ulrich 36 Rita L. Ulrich . , f P N6 Seniors, as officers of organizations, are re- - sponsible for club activities--such as pre- senting the Thanksgiving Day program. Mary A. Vent Robert A. Wagner Thomas H. Wagner Ronald E. Walton ThorntonK. Walton John L. Wanamaker Joyce L. Ward Mary R. Weaver Larry R. Westerman 37 William H. Wiley As juniors,the class of 1965 presented the comedy, "Charley's Aunt." William E. Wood Gary A. Young Michael L. Young Susan C. Young Richard K. Zimmerman Nor Pictured: s 4- - iff 325' ' - -Q David M. Chevalier - - J --0-W Kathy J. Teal kj Gi if X 7'6" 38 A MEMORABLE YEAR September 8 First day of school ll Beat Kenton in opening football game 17,18 Vacation for Wyandot County Fair October 5, 6 Senior Pictures 16 Galion- -Parents Night 23 Willard- -Homecoming 30 No School--NWOEA at Toledo November 13 Carey- -Band Night 20, 21 junior Class Play 26, 27 Thanksgiving Vacation 27 Downed Kenton in first home basketball game December l Betty Crocker Homemaking Te st for senior girls 13 Christmas Choir Concert 19 Band Concert 26 Hi-Teens and Hi-Y sponsor "Mistletoe Magic" Christmas Dance January 4 Students return from busy holi- day vacation 26 Underclassmen individual pic- tures February 9 Group pictures 20 FFA Banquet 22 No School--Washington's Birth- day 26,27 Sectional Tournament ALMA MATER Hail to thee our alma mater, Cherished from our youth. We within thy halls have sought for Wisdom, knowledge, truth. Beloved school to thee we pledge, As earnestly we try To nobly live and serve each other Honoring Upper High. June 2 March 8 Group Pictures ll-13 Musical 16 Science Fair 18 Preliminary district scholar- ship tests April l First track meet at Marion Harding 3 Science Fair--Tiffin 5 First baseball game at Tiffin Calvert 8 First golf match with Bellevue 9 First tennis match at Fostoria 8: Choir Concert 10 Athletic Banquet 16-20 Easter vacation 22,23 Senior Class Play 24 Upper Night Relays 30 NOL Choral Festival May 1 Final district scholarship tests Sr Honors Banquet 7 NOL Band Festival 8 NOL Track Meet ll FHA Style Show 14 Band Concert 21 Prom 23 Baccalaureate 28 Commencement Last day of school FIGHT SONG We're Rams from Upper High Go, fight, win is our cry. V-I-C-T-O-R-Y We now salute our alma mater. Shout for a victory, And we will raise our score, As we give all our might For a victory tonight For RAMS evermore. in P.. 1 FACULTY BOARD GF ED CATIO 1 : is 1 fy .ps .+V Mr. Morris Kuenzli, while sewing on the board for sixteen years, has held the offices of president and vice- president. He is the general manager of Kuenzli Quarries Co. Inc., and is a member of Trinity E.U.B. Church, Rotary Club, and the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Carl Gerber has been on the board for seven years, holding positions of president and vice-president. He is a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Brotherhood. Mrs. Robert I-iickinbotham is serving her second year on the board. While active as the Welcome Wagon Hostess, she is also a member of John Stewart Methodist Church. Mr. Justin Hollanshead is a two year board member who is currently serving as Vice-President of the board. He is a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church where he is a councilman of the parish. Mr. David Needshas served on the board for fxfteenyears and has held the offices of president and vice-president. He is an active member of Trinity E.U.B. Church and Rotary Club. Mr. Robert Troup has been an active member on the board for twelve years and has served as clerk-treasurer. He is a member of Trinity United Church of Christ and is active in Masonic bodies. 4-2 SUPERINTENDENT wpi' 3 , HOWARD SMITH Mr. Smith, our superintendent, lives at 232 Elm Drive with his wife, Edna , and his daughter, Beverly, 17. In our community, he is a member of jolm Stewart Methodist Church, Upper Sandusky Rotary Club and Community Improvement Corpora- tion of Upper Sandusky. On the state and national level, he is a member of Ohio Edu- cation Association, National Education Association, Ohio Association of School Ad- ministratives, American Association of School Administration, and School Manage- ment Institute. Before coming to Upper Sandusky four years ago, Mr. Smith held the positions of teacher and principal in many various high schools throughout Ohio. 43 Vx is sf :E 3.1 PRINCIPAL MR. LEE A. KIRKLAND Our principal resides at 219 West Bigelow St. with his Wife Mary jo, son Alan 13, and daughter jo Ann 10. ln our community he is active in the John Stewart Methodist Church and the Rotary Club. Before coming to Upper Sandusky, Mr. Kirkland was an industrial arts teacher at Ashtabula Harbor High School, an industrial arts teacher and principal at Mechanics- burg Exempted Village Schools, and held the position of principal at Beaver Local High School in Columbiana County. 44 DEAN OF BOYS DEAN OF GIRLS MR. RICHARD FAULKNER MRS. MARGARET WITZEL LIBRARIAN MISS ELLEN MATTESON SECRETARY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR MRS. CAROL MCPHERSON MR. CHARLES KARIKAS 45 ELEAN OR DILLER ENGLISH NORA KINLEY ENGLISH ERNESTINE BORTON HXIGLISH DOROTHY PARSELL ENGLISH MARION GEMMILL ENGLISH 8: SPEECH EV ELYN NEUMEISTER ENGLISH JOAN DENMAN ENGLISH SALLY GOTTFRIED ENGLISH ELIZABETH BURNETT MATHEMATICS FREDERICK FLEI'2viAN MATHEMATICS DEAN McCUTCHEN MATHEMATICS CLAUDE NEISWAN DER S CIEN CE JOHN BUCKHOLZ S CIEN CE CHARLES HOOD S CIEN CE EDGAR FISHER PHYSICAL EDUCATION 8: DRIVERS EDUCATION MARGARET WITZEL PHYSICAL EDUCATION RICHARD FAULKNER PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sz HISTORY ROBERT SCI-IERGER HISTORY KATHRYN AUGS PURGER HISTORY CAROL SCHROCK HISTORY 8: LANGUAGE EUGHSIE NARA HISTORY WALTER WHITE BUSINESS EDUCATION FREDERICK KOEN IG BUSINESS EDUCATION ANTHONY GUZZO BUSINESS EDUCATION KATHERINE TUCKER FOREIGN LANGUAGE FREDERIC CRINER FOREIGN LANGUAGE Km A BETTY CUNNINGI-IAM HOME ECONOMICS CHARLOTTE FREDERICK HOME ECONOMICS JOHN BORTON PRACTICAL ARTS RAY GOTTFRIED PRACTICAL ARTS FLOYD HISSONG PRACTICAL ARTS ARCHIE BISHOP PRACTICAL ARTS RUTH SPIES MUSIC NORMAN SUNDERMAN MUSIC C FETERIA STAFF Mrs. Stuart Hollanshead, Miss Lucille Barber, Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. Lawrence Hotelling, Mrs. Oscar Laudenslager, Mrs. Paul Myers, Mrs. Byron Swartz, Mrs. Keith Hotelling, Mrs. Fred Young, and Mrs. Charles Young. SUPERVISOR Mrs. George Denman plans the menus and coordinates the cafe- teria activity within the system. 5555555555555 - - - - USTODIAN S Mrs. Ward Spitler, Mr. Robert Spitler, Mr. Robert Secoy. Not Pictured: Mr. Irvin Tooman. BUS DRIVER Floyd Barnett William Bauer Robert Case Glenn Crawford Robert Feeley Don Hemmerly Richard Miller Emery Norris Lorence Sandridge Lawrence Smith Edward Spyker Donald Ulrich Floyd Willson 51 2 G N 5 W 1 2 4 3 2 3 3 5 ls 2 5 Q' V g 5 Q 2 3 Z 3 I 5 2 2 Q 5 f i 3 1 a E 35 S 3 Q5 L s sg : si sg U f 5 f' zs ! s -, . 1 Chris Armstrong Tom Baker Nancy Barber Bob Bardon Nancy Barick Frank Barth Pat Barth Dave Bils Sylvia Bolyard Jan Borkosky Carolyn Bower Jerry Bower Regina Bowling Susan Breski Vonice Brinson Mary Brown Sue Carroll Bill Carrothers Joanne Case Roberta Case Steve Cheney Ed Chevalier Jane Clark Sharon Clark Ed Clinger Gus Corfman Paulette Cottrell Dorwin Couch Connie Courtad Marcy Courtad Stan Courtad Dan DeBolt Doug DeBolt UNIOR WI? X9 President . . .... Dan DeBolt V. Pres. . . . . Yvonne Orians Sec. . . . . . Sue Nickless Treas. . . . Marcia McClain 54 Barb Dible Gary Dible Chuck Dirmeyer Tom Eippert Mike Ekleberry Linda Elliott Tim Everett Carolyn Feeley Donna Feeley Mike Feuerstein Dave Fox Arthur Franklin Sharon Fritchie Barb Gerber Janice Getz Pat Gillen Allan Goodman Lynn Gottfried Steve Gottfried Gary Gregory John Groth Bonnie Halbedel Cheryl Hannibal Nancy Hare Arden Heckathorn Barb I-Ieckathorn Bob I-lecker Jim Heilman Barb Hemmerly Scott Hensel Mickey I-Iettich Muriel Hoover Jean Horn Marsha Householder Mike Hurley Pat Huffman Rena Jevas Dan Karg Dexter Kelly Sue Kerr Jerry King Jean Kirchner Linda Knepper Jim Kotterman Bob Kuenzli Pat Iandversicht Russ Larick Dave Leightey Mike Logsdon Pat Logsdon Ed Long Teresa Loverich John McCa1lister Marcia McClain Terry McClain Sandy McDaniel Mike McKee Jim Martin Nancy Melroy Sherry Messmer Phyllis Miller Ron Miller Don Mohre Bob Mooney Sue Morris Tom Needs Jack Newman Sue Nickless Denny Niederkohr Ken Niederkohr Rick Niederkohr Becky Nordyke Bob Nutter linda Nye Yvonne Orians Kathy Osborn Elaine Pfeifer Mike Pfeifer Carol Phillips Judy Ratliff Steve Reber Molly Rhoden Junior Richardson Kathy Richardson 56 1 e J on in nnnnm Warsl Jeff Rinehart Bud Robertson Steve Robey Linda Rodgers Robin Rome Donna Rose Barb Rushing Mary Russell Shirley Sayre Sue Scheck Emily Schilling Mary Schindler Darlene Shambaugh Dianna Sherman Mike Shilling Don Shuster Jane Sipe Jerry Sipe John Smalley Ereleen Smith Jim Smith Judy Smith Ray Smith Sue Ellen Smith Sue Smith Pat Snyder Wayne Snyder Janis Spitler Bernie Spyker Teresa Steinbaugh Martin Still Joe Strasse: Ruth Sturgeon Irma Swartz Paula Swartz Bob Sweigard linda Swihart Joyce Svqinehart Jerry Taylor Carolyn Thiel Connie Thiel Carolyn Thomas Larry Thorton Ruth Ann Tiell Sue Tilton Robbe Trachsel Pat Tucker Bev VanHorn Bob Van Scoit Ken Vehrs Janice Wagner Evangeline Weaver Sheila Wells Cynthia West Karen Westerrnan Gloria Wilburn Sharon Williams Andy Wines Richard Wolfrum Raymond Wright Virgil Wright Neal Young Marcia Zimmerman Judy Ahrens Barb Albert Ron Albert Doug Armstrong Louis Armstrong Carol Arnold NOT PICTURED Carl Searles OPHOMQRE President ......... Tom Bell V. Pres. . . . Tom Eyestone Sec. . . . . Bev Tlvenan Treas. . . . . Judy Courtad Fred Arnold Connie Barrett Jesse Barth Carolyn Bastel Christine Bauer Don Beaschler Steve Beidelschies Tom Bell Pat Benner Carol Binau Doug Binau Lloyd Blackburn Pat Blackburn Cynthia Bohlen Ruth Bo1ya.rd Denny Book Lyle Boucher Ron Brady Shirley Brewer Mary Ann Brown Rosetta Brown Linda Cade Patsy Carter Scott Case Dan Clark Jim Clark Judy Courtad Mike Courtad Jane Creger Fred Culver Randall Cupp Ralph Davidson Rebecca DeBolt Doug Diebert Dan Durkin Steve Eatherton Mark Eley Steve Emerine Tom Eyestone Bill Failor Joyce Feeley Kathy Fleck Beth Fox Vera Frey Ruth Furniss Karol Gelbaugh Gaye Giles Kaye Giles Mike Gillen Bruce Grafmiller Mollie Graham Judy Gregory Tom Griswold Janet Gwinner Shirley Hall Mike Hare Dan Harris David Harsh Larry Heffelfinger Carolyn Hehr David Hines Carol Hotelling Christine Huffman Katherine Hull Pat Hurley Jane Iles Dennis Jaqueth Cathy Johnson Doris Jones Don Kail Dick Kear Nancy Kemmerly Cheryl Kimmel Dan Kin Teresa Kin Ann Kinley Pat Kinley Carolyn Knapp Diana Knepper Cheryl Koehler Darla Kolarik Christine Krock Bernie Kuenzli Jane Landversicht KSU i g 1 X ,. Bill Landversicht Tom LaRowe Karry Jo Lash Kathy Lear Virginia Lear Steve Leeth Chris LeGau1t Dean Leightey Don Liles Philip Ingsdon Mike Lucas Eugene Lumberson Larry Lumberson Vicld McAllister Richard McCo11y Bob MacDonald Joanne Margrai' Tom Martin Dianna Mays Nancy Mewhorter Steve Mewhorter Deanna Miller Mike Miller Sharon Miller Charles Montgomery Dennis Moore Nancy Moore Pam Moore Dan Moses Darlene Moses Mike Mosman Rick Mowery Tom Mundy Jim Neumeister Tom Newman Dan Niederkohr Dean Nickless Diane Oates Mike Oney Van Orians Mary Kay Osborn Denny Pagnard Marsha Parsell Judie Predmore Mike Pugh Mark Reed Pam Richardson Linda Ritter Monte Rome Debby Romich Peggy Rooper Larry Ross Eugene Roszman Joe Roszman' Mike Rothlisberger Jim Rowse Judy Rowse Margaret Rowse Larry Ruth Pat Sanderson Becky Schmidt Darlene Schmidt Rebbie Schnepp Barb Schoenberger Steve Schrenk John Sebenoler Darlene Shaffer Lawrence Shepherd John Shilling Linda Shuler Jeff Smith LaFern Smith LaVern Smith Wilma Smith Jerry Spence Tom Spitler John Sprague Nancy Stagger Diane Stansbery linda Stansbery Norman Stansbery Gary Steinbaugh Mark Stephan Bob Stowe President . . ...... Jim Ellis V. Pres. . . . . Ted McAllister Sec. . . . . Jim Gottfried Treas. . . . . Mark Lozano NOT PICTURED: Mike Koehler Mike Penwell Jeff Smith Leahn Still FRE HME 63 Sharon Strub Karen Swinehart Tom Taylor Mike Thiel Bob Thiel Carl Thomas Colleen Timmons Bev Tivenan Sue Trachsel Dave Ulrich Jack Ulrich Gary Vent Chris Walton Margaret Ward Jim Welly Steve West Bill Whittaker Roger Wilson Bob Wilson Bob Wolf Dave Wolfe Don Yeater Steve Yochem Gloria Young Betty Altvator Bonnie Baker Dave Baldwin Debbie Baldwin Jane Bastel Kate Bils Dan Binau Judy Blackburn Rosemary Blackburn Bruce Book Sharon Boucher Evilue Bower Don Bower Jane Bower Bev Bowman Jim Hicely Candy Brown Janice Rown Robert Campbell Gary Carey Charlene Cassel Diane Clabaugh Sheryl Clements Dave Clinger Nancy Clinger Jim Conley Terry Coppler Berford Couch Eddie Crawford Bob Culver Richard Cupp Barb Curlis Bill Deal Rod Dean Tom DeBo1t Rose Dible Tom Dillion Barb Eier Mark Emptage Jim Ellis Charles Ellsworth Bob England Bill Evans Cindy Everett Steve Eyestone Judy Foreman Sherry Franklin Don Frisch Chris Gamber Bonnie Giles Bill Gillen Jerry Gillen Jim Gottfried Beverly Gregory Shari Grossman Deanna Hannibal u Susan Hare Ed Harper Viola Harper Steve I-Ian: Steve Hart Delores Heavlin Rachel Higgins Tom Hill Dave Hogan Randy Hogan Lee Hollanshead Randy Hoover Wanda Hom Jim House: Kathy Huffman Tim Huffman Sue Hutchinson Clifton Johns Jim Johnson Marslyn Johnson Doug Jordan Dale Karg Debbie Kauble Bill Ke ar Dave Kin Shirley Kin Andy Koehler Mike Kraus Dottie Kuenzli Mike Kuenzli Becky Larick Frank Larick Gary Leeth Larry Leeth John lenhardt Ann Leser Sharon Logsdon Mike Lortz Mark Lozano Marlene Mays Ted McAllister Bonnie McCo1ly Barb McDannel Marcia McDaniel Merrill Mcliinniss Steve McKee Don McLaughlin Elaine Melroy Jim Menningen Marilyn Messmer Bud Miller Don Miller Jim Miller Pam Miller Nancy Milum Tom Mitchell Dan Moll Joyce Montgomery Dick Morris Keith Morris Tom Moore John Myers Ron Newell Bill Newman Harold Newman Larry Nutter Phil Orians Rita Orians Dean Passet Connie Penwell Wilma Perry Kathy Pierson Dan Quail Sue Rall Debbie Robertson Jean Robey Vincent Rodriquez Virginia Rose Chuck Roszman Jane Roszrnan Jim Roszman Jeff Russell Daryl Schoenberger Jill Schoenberger Kathy Schoenberger Roger Schoenberger Teresa Shaffer Connie Shuherk Peg Shuster Jim Sipe Sue Slemrner Joy Smith Susan Smith Ronnie Soice Jean Soule Linda Spillman Jim Stagger Dan Stansbery Jeff Stansbery Marsha Stansbery Phil Stansbery Carol Starner Marsha Swartz Ronnie Swartz Roxanne Swavel Janice Swinehart Bob Sturgeon Sandy Tiell Kathy Thiel Eddie Thornhill Joyce Trautwein David Troup Dick Ulrich John Ulrich Bill Vanl-Iorn Jean Vaughn Tom Vent Harold Voorheis Charles Walton Sam Weaver Kathy Westerman Steve Wilburn Linda Williams Mark Wines Selma Wood Barbara Wright Patty Ye ater linda Yoder Hi-Teens Thanksgiving Assembly x ji' NOT PICTURED: Randall Cupp Eva Mae Iden Charles Leeth Tony Orians Vicki Sandridge 1 Basketball Pep Rally Christmas Assembly Emory Barnes--dramatist The Tyroleans--vocalists Basketball Pep Rally John Scanlon--dramatist Awards Assembly 69 v 3 1 x ' -' , sf C" A w F Q ,+ , ,,,,, 1 ,gf . K ' ..,b :V n""" ,, All ar vw E I ,f PM "'N. ,Q W Va X s Q: on , Q1 .S 5- gi ur, 5 Y . f . F- x, "' X, , As 'X 'WSL K Axbqq-4 1 Nmbwg Gigi .1 ,AY , .. Wx 4 wmhwwb 3-ill ,., K ' '2 fi - 'W fa "K" a . Q A STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED: Bev Higgins, Diane Russell, Teresa Logsdon, Barb Ritterspach, Reuben DeBolt, Michelle Koehler, Bev Smith, Tom Sheaffer, Rita Ulrich, Marcy Courtad, Cheryl Kimmel, Wenda Maclaren. STANDING: Mr. Lee Kirkland, Cheryl Culver, Mike Emerine, Dan DeBolt, John Wanamaker, Linda Ross, Larry Cattran, Tim Santschi, Jim Ellis, Mike Harman, Tom Bell. John Wanamaker and Reuben DeBolt look over the proposed Code of Ethics. OFFICERS President .... . . . Reuben DeBolt Vice President . . . . Thomas Sheaffer Secretary . . . . . Beverly Smith Treasurer . . . Michelle Koehler Advisor ............ Lee Kirkland The Upper Sandusky Student Council con- sists of representatives from each organi- zation and class. Also included in the mem - bership are the Buckeye Boys' and Girls' State Representatives, the Indian Village editor, the Orange and Black editor, repre- sentatives of the cheerleaders, and vocal and instrumental music departments . The primary purpose of the Student Coun - cil is to unify and coordinate the activities of the school in order to preserve and pro- mote the general welfare of the students while maintaining the traditions of the school. 72 LIBRARIANS These students help run the high school library by organiz - ing the card catalog, checking out books, and distributing li- brary lists to the study halls. SEATED: Marcia McClain, Sue Ellen Smith, Janice Wagner. STANDING: Marty Bartholomew, Kathy Osborn, Barb Mossbrugger, Tom Needs, Allen Goodman. UFFICE GIRLS Preparing the absentee lists, mirneographing tests for teachers, running errands, and completing various typing projects are just a few of the many duties that these students perform while working in the high school office. ' Cheryl Culver, Joyce Ward, Evelyn Swartz, Connie Fleck, linda Swihart, Susan Young, Teresa Steinbaugh, Bev Higgins, 6:Mary Groth. i ATIO AL HO OR OCIETY ROW 1: John Wanamaker, Jim Troup, Diane Russell, Tim Santschi, Reuben DeBolt, Bev Smith, Larry Cattran, Andre Criner, Mrs. Augspurger. ROW 2: Greg Comer, Rita Ulrich, Karen Stansbery, Sharon Thiel, Nancy Barick, Allan Goodman, Teresa Loverich, Gary Schoenberger, Bob Kirchner, Patty Boone, Torn Sheaffer. ROW 3: Joyce Ward, Mary Groth, Pam Schoenberger, Mike Harman, Denny Eyestone, Bill Blankenship, Ron Kuenzli ,Ron Klein- lein, Wenda Maclaren, Mary Vent. ROW 4: Barb Ritterspach, Pam Hare, Carolyn Bower, Susan Breski, Steve Reber, Gus Corfman, Marcia McClain, Mary Schindler, Barb Gerber, and Pat Logsdon. OFFICERS President .... . Tim Santschi Vice President . . Diane Russell Secy. -Treas . . . . Reuben DeBolt Exec . Comm. ....... Bev Smith Advisor . . . . . . Kathryn Augspurger The object of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the students of U.S.H.S. Members are chosen from those juniors and seniors who have maintained a high scho - lastic average and who have shown evidence of the other qualities that combine to make 3 good Citizen of U . S Q H I S . Honor Society member Greg Comer is congratulated by Mr. Kirkland. 74 CHOLARSHIP EDAL WINNER ROW 1: Tom Slemmer, Denny Eyestone,Rene Diller, Reuben DeBolt, Andre Criner, Greg Comer, Larry Cattran, Patty Boone, John Wanamaker. ROW 2: Janice Getz, Bev Smith, Pam Schoenberger, Ron Kleinlein, Bob Kirch- ner, Gary Schoenberger, Tim Santschi, Diane Russell, Barb Ritterspach, Terry Nance, Duffy Walton. ROW 3: Janice Wagner, Tim Everett, Tom Sheaffer, Mary Vent, Rita Ulrich, Jim Troup, Denny Trease, Sharon 'l"hiel, Karen Stansbery, Carolyn Bower, Jerry Bower. ROW 4: Darlene Schmidt, Teresa Steinbaugh, Kathy Richardson, Gus Corfman, Jim Smith, Jerry Sipe, Don Mohxe, Sandy McDaniel, Teresa Loverich, Pat Logsclon, Allan Good- man, Marsha Parsell. ROW 5: Becky Schmidt, Barb Albert, Carol Binau, Cindy Bohlen, Rebbie Schnepp, Judy Courtad, LaFern Smith, Tom Eyestone, Philip Logsdon, Cary Vent, Steve West, Mike Mosman. ROW 6: Joyce Trautwein, Marslyn Johnson, Larry Leeth, Ted McAllister, David Troup, Jeff Smith, Larry Ross, Steve Emerine, Roger Wilson, Kathy Schoenberger, Charlene Cassel. ROW 7: Kathy Westerman, Barb McDaniel, Marlene Mays, Don Miller, Dick Morris, Mark Ernptage, Jim Gottfried, Lee Hollanshead, Shari Grossman, Judy Blackburn, Barb Eier. ME? 1 5 F.T.A. SEATED: Bonnie Halbedel, Sue Nickless, Mike Harman, Barb Gerber. ROW 1: Barbara McDaniel, Jane Creger, Pat Logsdon, Nancy Milum, Judy Courtad, Linda McDanne1, Joyce Loverich, Nancy Mewhorter, Judy Predmore, Ann Kinley, Cheryl Kimmel, Cheryl Koehler, Chris Walton, Bev Tivenan, Pat Kinley, Pam Moore, Dottie Kuen- zli, Diane Russell, Yvonne Orians. ROW 2: Bev Bowman, Diane Knepper, Jill Schoenberger, Candy Brown, Sue Tilton, Carol Binau, Karry Jo Lash, linda Nye, Carolyn Bower, Pat Barth, Sue Smith, Ann Leser, Paula Swartz, Marsha Householder, Kathy Richardson, Vicki McAllister, Robbe Trachsel. ROW 3: Kathy Kieffer, Rena Jevas, Nancy Barick, Sue Scheck, Sue Sams, Sharon Karg, Patty Jo Boone, Kay Ritterspach, Sharon Boucher, Christine LeGault, Pam Hare, Charlene McClain, Sylvia Bolyard, Carolyn Thomas, linda Ross, Kathy Miller, Marty Bar- tho1omew,Kathy Osborn, Marcy Courtad. ROW 4: Karen Westerman, Linda Spillman, John Ulrich, Andre Criner, Allan Goodman,Ron Kleinlein, Tom Needs, Terry Nance, Mike Hurley, John Amert, Bob Hecker, John Harmon, Bob Wagner, Jeff Roth, Tim Everett, Rebbie Schnepp. OFFICERS President . . . . Michael Harman Vice President . . . .Sue Nickless Secretary . . . Bonnie Halbedel Treasurer . . . . Barb Gerber Advisor .......... Dorothy Pars ell During the fall the F.T.A. conducted a membership drive and sponsored a dance after a football game. The members also observed and helped instruct various clas ses during the school year In the spring the F.T.A. conducted the installation of the Bu- cyrus F.T.A. officers and held an orienta- tion for new freshmen. 76 F .N.A. , A K js K- VVLL ki A u 1: SEATED: Pam Schoenberger,Michelle Koehler, Sandy Kuenzli, Bev Swerlein, Charles Karikas. ROW 1: Barbara Wright, Cynthia Everett, Pat Bosley, Janice Getz, Janet Miller, Sue Orians, Jane Bower, Barb Dible, Sandy Cour- tad, Ereleen Smith, linda Stansbery, Dottie Kuenzli, Mary Weaver. ROW 2: Ann Frisch, Shirley Kin, Connie Shuherk, Wilma Smith, Linda Knepper, Terry Coppler, Mary Ann Brown, Sue Slemmer, Ruth Furniss, Mary Rus- sell, Ruth Bolyard, Marsha Swartz, Sherry Courtad. ROW 3: Deanna Miller, Janice Wagner, Sue Kerr, Kathy McDaniel, Ruth Ann Tiell, CherylHannibal, Sylvia Bolyard, Christine LeGault, Karen Rossel, Shirley Hall, Barb Hemmerly, Teresa Loverich, Judy Blackburn. OFFICERS President ........ Michelle Koehler ,MN-My I W Vice President . . . . Sandra Kuenzli Secretary .... . Pam Schoenberger Treasurer . .... Bev Swerlein Advisor. . . . . Charles Karikas The purposes of Future Nurses Club are to give its members the practical experi- ence that would be necessary in choosing nursing as a vocation and to give service to the community. Since this was the first year for F .N.A., many activities were started. Among these were candy striping at the Fair - haven Rest Home. Many nursing represen- tatives were called in to talk to the group Leaving to work at the Fairhaven Rest Home are: about their particular Schools. Barbara Wright, Judy Blackburn, Connie Shuherk, and Eva Mae Iden. 77 F.H.A. ruim HSSMAKFHS AMERICA A SEATED: Marcia Zimmerman, Chris Huffman, Jane Landversicht, Cheryl Hannibal, Cheryl Culver, Paulette Cottrell, Pat Blackburn, Joyce Feeley. ROW 1: Clara Swartz, Connie Penwell, Delores Heavlin, Diane Stans- bery, Sandy Miller, Nancy Clinger, Virginia Lear, Diane Oates, Judy Ratliff, Linda Shuler, Colleen Timmons, Vera Frey, Opal I-Ieavlin, Mary Ann Brown, Wanda Horn, Carol Amold, Becky Larick, Marlene Mays, Sue Mew- hotter, Mrs. Cunningham. ROW 2: Mrs. Frederick, Linda Stansbery, Karen Ellis, Sharon Karg, NancyPierson, Janice Hotelling, Nancy Kemmerly, Karol Gelbaugh, Christine LeGau1t, Linda Elliott, Jane Stillberger, Kathy Smith, Jan Koehler, Kathy Daulton, Rosie Sweigard, Connie Fleck. ROW 3: Rosetta Brown, Barb Mossbrugger, Sue Young, Diane Mays, Sharon Miller, Shirley Guthrie, Irma Swartz, Debbie Baldwin, Janice Swinehart, Deanna Hannibal, Pam Miller, Janice Brown, Evelyn Swartz, Carol Rice, Kathy Fleck, Martha Neel, Shirley Sayre. OFFICERS President .... . .Cheryl Culver Vice President . . . . Paulette Cottrell Secretary .... . . . Pat Blackburn Treasurer ..... . . jane Landversicht ,1xYMAKf'?SO News Reporter . . . . Marcia Zimmerman Q-O 'S Recreation Leader . . . . . . Joyce Feeley gf ' 7g Public Relations . . .... Christine Huffman S K Q2 Chapter Mother . . Mrs. Wilbur Zimmerman 3 f E1,j F, Advisor ...... . . Charlotte Frederick 'Z i "' " J' Advisor .... ...... . Betty Cunningham vi O oe The Future 1-lomemakers of America Club '90 CQ-X stresses further education in the field of home Nfw H economics. Christmas Caroling, visitations to different places, and guest speakers are some of their activities. The annual style review showed the girls' work. 78 F.F.A. 'Q' ' "' H li ' " SEATED: Mr. Borton, Dan Leightey, Rick Miller, Tom Sheaffer, Gary Heckathorn, John Stober. ROW 1: Ed Harper, Tom Moore, Mike Lawrence, Lee Hollanshead, Clifton Johns, Dean Leightey, Jim Houser, David Ulrich, Fred Culver, Larry Hemmerly,Larry Thornton. ROW 2: Bob Sturgeon, John Lenhart, Jim Kummerer, Ron Walton, Ed Clinger, Bill Van Horn, Jim Sipe, Bob Wolf, Randy Hoover, Mike Kuenzli, David Clinger, Eugene Roszman, Sam Weaver, Bob Pileider. ROW 3: Robert Wagner, Dan Moses, Bill Failor, Dan Quail, Tom Gottfried, Charles Karcher, Lynn Rothlisberger, Ken Thiel, Junior Richardson, Dave Thiel, Tom Griswold, Tony Orians,Dennis Jaqueth. ROW 4: Bob Swartz, Jim Welly, Bob Sweigard, john Smalley, Steve Gottfried, Ken Kerr, Sam Rosz- man, Don Shuster, Ron Newell, Bill Evans, Dean Passet, Bob Mooney, Ralph Davidson. OFFICERS President .... . Tom Sheaffer Vice President . . . Rick Miller or Secretary . . . . . Dan Leightey A " Ay: o, Treasurer . . .... Bob Swartz "" : ' 1 4 ,9 MCA Reporter . . . .Gary Heckathorn 'em' ri V. Sentinel . .... John Stober ,vigflq 'A'- Advisor ................ John Borton '517 X 1 4-fl i The main purposes of the Future Farmers of R America are to develop within a boy better leader- f 9: ship, co -operation, and more respect for others. ',-icffi 'HETQQ The main activities of the F.F.A. are parlia- cg-ia-L10 f' mentary procedure, public speaking, and judging X 'if o ru 1 COIITICSES . 79 ORANGE AND BLACK SEATED: Jean Kirchner, Mr. White, Pat Tucker, Connie Barrett, Linda Knepper, Marcy Courtad, Kay Ritter- spach, Teresa Logsdon, Patty Jo Boone, Joyce Ward, Kathi Sturgeon. STANDING: Diana Knepper, Rena Jevas, Mike Book, Tom Book, Irma Swartz, Sue Young, Ruth Bolyard, Karry Jo Lash, Tim Santschi, John Karg, Sue Kerr, Carolyn Bastel, Sharon Karg, Pat Barth, Marcia Zimmerman, and Rita Ulrich. Every week the high school newspaper, the Orange and Black, is published in the r Saturday edition of the DAILY CHIEF UNION . The staff reporters strive to cover all as- pects of the year's highlights which include both the students and the public. Editorials , exchange articles, sports articles, literary works, club meetings, and classroom activi- ties make up the numerous issues of the Orange and Black that are published during the school year. Editor .... . Marcy Courtad Ass't Editor . . .... Bev Smith Proofreader . . . . Fredric Criner Advisor . . . . . Walter White " 80 INDIAN VILLAGE STAFF E SEATED: Joyce Loverich, Rita Orians, Barb Gerber, Patty Boone, linda McDanne1, Pam Schoenberger. STAND- ING: Vicki McAllister, Connie Fleck, Jeff Roth, Joe Steiner, Jim Gottfried, Tom Eyestone, Dan DeBo1t. A pictorial coverage of all important school events is the aim of the 1965 Indian Village Annual Staff. During the month of June, the three editors attendeda journalism workshop at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. In attempting to move along with progress , the staffused several new ideas inthis year's publication . Asst. Editor . . . . Linda Ross Business Mgr. . . Tim Santschi Advisor .... . Sally Gottfried Editor . . . Wenda Maclaren Sl ART CLUB SEATED: Jim Ulrich, Teresa Logsdon, Ray Smith, Joyce Loverich, Floyd Hissong. ROW 1: Nancy Melroy, Mary Weaver, Clara Swartz, Connie Denney, Susan Rife, Pat Benner, Peg Shuster, Susan Rall, Marty Bartholomew, Bonnie Giles, Nancy Barber. ROW 2: Marsha Householder, Chris Armstrong, LaFern Smith, Molly Rhoden, Con- nie Fleck, Joyce Landversicht, Rosetta Brown, Linda Swihart, Dianna Sherman, Kathy Huffman, Sue Kerr, Jane Clark, Carolyn Thiel. ROW 3: Andre Criner, Jeff Roth, Mike Ekleberry, Bob Van Scoit, Robert Campbell, Jim Myers, Rick Niederkohr, Eugene Lumberson. OFFICERS President .... . . Teresa Logsdon Vice President . .... Ray Smith Secretary . . .... Jim Ulrich Treasurer . . . Joyce Loverich Advisor . . Floyd Hissong The Art Club was formed to encourage an understanding and appreciation of art . In addition to holiday decorative work, scenery design, and display case work, the group tours an art museum each year to view works of art by the old masters . B2 STENO CLUB SEATED: Walter White, Mary Groth, Sandy Link, Bev Higgins, Joyce Ward, Linda Rowe. STANDING: Sandy Miller, Rita Ulrich, Pam Hare, Evelyn Swartz, Diane Thiel, Bonnie Traxler, Marsha Hefner, Linda Hasting. OFFICERS President .... . Bev Higgins Vice President . . . . .Joyce Ward Secretary ...... . . Sandy Link Corresponding Secy. . . Linda Rowe Treasurer ...... . . . Mary Groth Advisor ...... .... W alter White The purpose of the organization is to pro- vide opportunity for young women of the Stenography classes of Upper High to meet and discuss business procedures, to assist teachers and local businesses with typing and shorthand duties, and to provide on -the- job training for its members. This year the members of the Steno Club sponsored a New Year's Dance, toured Co- lumbus Business University, Nationwide ln- surance Building and Lazarus, and held their annual banquet for initiation of new members . 83 TRI-MASQUE SEATED: Wenda Maclaren, Linda Ross, Allan Goodman, Kathy Miller. ROW 1: Yvonne Orians, Carolyn Bastel, Pat Hurley, Teresa Kin, Cheryl Culver, Sharon Thiel, Linda Knepper, Mary Russell, Sandy Courtad, Sharyn Frit- chie, Kathy Sturgeon, Pam Schoenberger, Connie Barrett, Jane Creger, Barb Gerber. ROW 2: Nancy Barick, Beth Fox, Chris Walton, Judy Courtad,Vicki McAllister, Pat Kinley, Nancy Mewhorter, Bev Tivenan, Sue Mevvg- horter, Joyce Loverich, Linda McDannel, Pam Moore, Judy Predmore, Christine Bauer, Sue Scheck, Kathy Rich- ardson. ROW 3: Sharon Strub, Sue Nickless, Cheryl Kimmel, Sue Bowersox, Jan Koehler, Jan Schnepp, Kathy Smith, Linda Nye, Bev Swerlein, Teresa Logsdon, Patty Boone, Robin Rome, Marsha Householder, Carol Binau, Pat Logsdon, Susan Smith, Chris Armstrong, Marsha McClain. ROW 4: Carolyn Bower, Pat Barth, Sue Kerr, Sue Trachsel, Andre Criner, Tim Santschi, Jeff Roth, Bob Thiel, Tom Creger, Mike Harman, Bob Wagner, Philip Logsdon, Robby Lee, Denny Trease, Rebbie Schnepp, Teresa Loverich, Doris Jones, Ann Kinley. OFFICERS President . . . . . .Linda Ross Vice President . . . Allan Goodman Secretary . . . . Wenda Maclaren Treasurer . . Kathy Miller Advisor .......... Ruth Spies The purpose of Tri-Masque is to pro- mote dramatic arts in the high school. Membership is open to sophomores , juniors, and seniors showingan interest in dramatics. A picnic is held in the fall for prospective members. Attending pledge meetings, passinga test, and pre- sentinga skit make up the requirements for membership. Tri-Masque sponsors the annual Dramatics Banquet held in the spring. 84 THESPIANS SEATED: Tom Creger, Carl Bowen, Sharon Thiel, Tim Santschi. ROW 1: Ruth Sturgeon, Cheryl Culver, Sue Scheck, Kathy Daulton, Pat Logsdon, Sandy Courtad, Molly Rhoden, Sue Ellen Smith, Chris Armstrong, Marsha Householder, Sue Mewhorter, Barb Ritterspach, Joyce Loverich, Barb Gerber, Linda I-lasting. ROW 2: Robin Rome, Teresa Logsdon, Sue Bowersox, Kathy Miller, Patty Jo Boone, Linda Ross, Karen Stansbery, Tom Kiess, Bob Kuenzli, Barb Spellerberg, Kathy Smith, Jan Schnepp, Carolyn Bower, Teresa Loverich, Sharon Karg. ROW 3: John Wanamaker, Denny Trease, Bob Thiel, Jim Troup, Philip Logsdon, Mike Harman, Gary Hecka- thorn, John Harmon, Larry Cattran, Fred Richardson, Robby Lee, Ron Pool, Allan Goodman, Jeff Roth, Andre Criner. OFFICERS President .... . . Tim Santschi Vice President . . . Carl Bowen Secretary . . . . Sharon Thiel Treasurer . . . . .... Tom Creger is i Thespian Troupe 43380 is affiliated with the National Thespian Society. Though primarily an honorary organi- zation, points for membership must be accumulated through participation in dramatic productions. Initiation of new members is held at the dramatics Banq- uet at which time awards are given: Best Thespian . . . Ron Pool Best Supporting Actress . . . Pat Logsdon Best Actor . . . Jeff Roth Best Actress . . . Marsha Householder Best Supporting Actor . . . Jim Troup Best Thespian . . . Linda Hasting as EXTRA-C RRICULAR SPEECH SEATED: Cynthia West, Molly Rhoden, Marion Gemmill, Kathy Sturgeon, Sandy Kuenzli, Barb Ritterspach, Chris Armstrong. STANDING: Jeff Roth, Tom Kiess, Greg Comer, Carl Bowen, Larry Cattran, Chris Walton, Marsha Householder. P. A. CLUB SEATED: Dan DeBolt, Allan Goodman, John Wanamaker, Claude Neiswander. STANDING: John Kaxg, Jeff Hickinbotham, Philip Logsdon, John Harmon, Ron Pool, Tom Creger, Dean Niokless. 86 RADIG CLUB RUN 1: Sue Kerr, Barb Gerber, Sue Scheck, Joyce Loverich, Linda McDannel, Pt Logsdon, Susan Smith, Sue Nickless, Sandy Courtad, Cheryl Culver, Chris Armstrong, Kathy Sturgeon. ROW 2: Teresa Loverich, Jan Schnepp, Allan Goodman, Jeff Roth, Linda Ross, Bob Wagner, Mike Harman, Wenda Maclaren, Beverly Swerlein, Patty Jo Boone, Kathy Miller, Linda Nye. Aweekly program ove-1-WMRN including interviews, school news, and special features is presented by members of Tri-Masque interested in radio work. Shown here are Allan Goodman and Sandy Courtad taping a mecial feature. Each group of 3 students presents a month of programs which are heard Tuesday evening at 7:00 over WMRN--1490. This year the award for the best radio program went to Linda McDanne1, Sandy Courtad, and Sue Scheck. 87 HI-TEE S 1 S 1 SEATED: Mrs. Burnett, Pam Schoenberger, Wenda Maclaren, Linda I-lasting, Rita Ulrich, Mrs. Tucker. ROW 1: N Sandy Miller, Joyce Ward, Connie Courtad, Sharyn Fritchie, Linda McDannel, Joyce Loverich, Barb Ritterspach, Jan Borkosky, Barb Dible, Sharon Thiel, Karen Westerrnan, Nancy Barick, Kathy Richardson, Diane Russell, Pat Tucker, Marcy Courtad,Sandy Kuenzli,Yvonne Orians, Marcia McClain, Robbe Trachsel, Sue Mewhorter, Roberta ' Case, Janice Getz, Pat Bosley, Kathi Sturgeon. ROW 2: Jane Hull, Nancy Barber, Mary Russell, Marty Bartholo- 1 mew, Janet Miller, Barb Gerber, Connie Denney, Sue Nickless, Kathy Osborn, Mary Schindler, Sue Sams, Cheryl 1 Stumpp,Kay Ritterspach, Michelle Koehler, Chris Annstrong, Pat Logsdon, Sue Smith, Sandy Courtad, Judy Smith, y Kathy Kieffer, Evangeline Weaver, Marsha Hefner, Sharon Kummerer, Ereleen Smith, Sherry Courtad, Cheryl i W ROW 1: Carolyn Bastel, Christine Krock, Becky Schmidt, Jane Creger, Deanna Miller, Sharon Strub, Pat Kinley, Nancy Mewhorter, Bev Tivenan, Pam Moore, Judie Predmore, Pat Hurley, Beth Fox, Darlene Schmidt, Debby Romich, Ann Kinley. ROW 2: Pat Benner, Connie Barrett, Dolly Moses, Joanne Margraf, Carol Binau, Teresa Kin, Molly Graham, Cathy Johnson, Pat Sanderson, Darlene Shaffer, Margaret Rowse, Vicki McAllister, Judy , Courtad, Christine Bauer, Janet Gwinner, Cheryl Kimmel, Barb Schoenberger. ROW 3: Rebecca DeBolt, Jane Landversicht, Pat Blackburn, Christine Huffman, Mary Osborn, Carolyn Knapp, Doris Jones, Pam Richardson, Sue 1 Trachsel, Shirley Hall, Karry Jo Lash, Kathy Fleck, Rebbie Schnepp, Colleen Timmons, Joyce Feeley, Darla Kolafik, Jane Iles, LaFern Smith. ' 88 ORGANIZATIO Culver. ROW 3: Mary Groth, Ruth Sturgeon, Martha Lozano, Bonnie Halbedel, Marsha Householder, Nancy Hare, Jean Kirchner, Ruth Ann Tiell, Irma Swartz, Connie Thiel, Evelyn Swartz, Carol Swinehart, Barb Spellerberg, Sue Kerr,Kathy Miller, Elaine Pfeifer, Dianna Sherman, Kathy Daulton, Jane Clark, Susan Breski, Nancy Pierson, Barb Rushing, Paula Swartz, Jan Schnepp, Bev Swerlein, Linda Rowe, Sandy Link. ROW 4: Opal Heavlin, Barb I-leckathorn, Sue Scheck, Jan Koehler, Sue Bowersox, Karen Ellis, Barb Mossbrugger, Linda Nye, Carolyn Bower, Pat Barth, Janice Wagner, Sue Young, Martha Neel, Linda Ross, Barb Hemmerly, Karen Stansbery, Cheryl Hanni- bal, Carolyn Thomas, Joyce Lndversicht, Carol Rice, Teresa Loverich, Connie Fleck, Jane Stillberger, Kathy Smith, Patty Boone, Ann Frisch, Carol Kennedy. I-Ii -Teens is a club designed to unite high school girls in Christian fellowship, instill better Christian Ideals, and promote Christian service at home and abroad. This year the club of 167 members helped support a Korean orphan, spon- sored a dance after a ball game, gave Christmas gifts to needy children of Wyandot County, co-operated with the Hi-Y in holding the annual Christmas dance, and conducted cancer and Red Cross drives. ' President . . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Advisor . . Advisor . . OFFICERS . Wenda Maclaren . . .Linda Hasting . . . . Rita Ulrich , , Pam Schoenberger . Elizabeth Burnett . Katherine Tucker HI-Y iss to - ' to "1 SEATED: Denny Trease, Allan Goodman, Jeff Roth, Reuben DeBolt, Denny Eyestone, Robby Lee, Mr. Gottfried. ROW 1: Don Liles, Doug Binau, Dean Nickless, Mike Ekleberry, Jerry Spence, Tom Martin, Robert Kuenzli, Dave Powell, Monte Rome, Steve Eatherton,Tom LaRowe, Mike Lucas, Tom Spitler. ROW 2: Russ Larick, Eddie Long, Chuck Dirmeyer, Tom Bell, Cliff Davis, Bob Bardon, Dave I-Ioopes, John Grossman, Mike Boucher, Jerry Taylor, John McAllister, Wayne Snyder, Tom Eyestone. ROW 3: Terry Nance, Bernie Spyker, Tom Needs, Ron Klein- lein, Ron Kuenzli, Bill Wood, Robert Van Scoit, Mike Hare, Jim Corfman, Tom Taylor, Mike McKee, Bob Stagger, Jim Ulrich, John Amert. OFFICERS xlwxgf, aux! Q, l v President . . . . . .Reuben Debolt Vice President . . . Denny Eyestone 4 F :Mix g Secretary . . . . . Allan Goodman .A y ff?,fj.i,f13:. Treasurer . . .... Jeff Roth "ff ' Chaplain . . . . . .Robert Lee Sgt. of Arms . . .Denny Trease Advisor . . . . . Ray Gottfried Members ofthe Hi -Y organization are encourage to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian living. In co-operation with the Hi- Teens, the I-li -Y sponsored the annual Thanksgiving assembly and the Christmas dance. During the spring the club attended services together at dif- ferent area churches. 90 1 VAR ITY c'U,, .s K u ' , ' ,X fl ' , ' N SEATED: Mr. Faulkner, Keith Lane, Mike Emerine, Denny Myers, Robby Lee. ROW 1: Wayne Snyder, Robert Kuenzli, Jim Kummerer, Stan Courtad, Reuben DeBolt, Jerry King, Dan DeBolt, Denny Trease, Tom Kiess. ROW 2: Russ Larick, Dan Niederkohr, Lynn Gottfried, Tom Martin, Mike Ekleberry, John Karg, Richie Booth, Jeff Roth, Dave Fox, Doug Diebert, Denny Eyestone. ROW 3: Mike Logsdon, Mark Eley, John Amert, Jim Ulrich, Tom Needs,Gus Corfman, Ed Fox, Terry Nance, Jim Troup, Jerry Taylor, Tom Eyestone, Jim Kotterman, DuffyWa1ton. ROW 4: Tim Santschi, Ron Miller, Jack Timmons, Tom Sheaffer, Bob Hecker, Gary Schoenberger, Jim Chadwick, Bob Kirchner, Bill Wood, Bill Blankenship, Jim Corfman, Larry Cattran, Jim Smith, Gary Young, Mike McKee. y OFFICERS President .... . .Mike Emerine Vice President . . . .Keith Lane Secretary . . . .... Robert Lee Treasurer . .... Dennis Myers Advisor . . . .Richard Faulkner The purpose of Varsity U is to provide recognition, as an organization, for all varsity athletics of Upper Sandusky High Schoolg to provide social activities for the members and to institute projects I for the betterment of athletics in general. Mr. Faulkner and Varsity U members check the athletic schedule. 91 MARCHI G SENIORS: John Grossman, Jeff Hickinbotham, Ron Kleinlein, John Patchet, Dave Powell, Bob Spence, Joe Steiner Andy Stephan, Bob Wagner, Linda Hasting, Carol Kennedy, Sandra Kuenzli, Wenda Maclaren, Kathy McDaniel, Kai Ritterspach, Diane Russell, Jan Schnepp, Karen Stansbery, Cheryl Sturnpp, Rosie Sweigard, Bev Swerlein, Rita Ul- rich, Sharon Kummerer. JUNIORS: Ed Clinger, Virgil Wright, Chris Armstrong, Sylvia Bolyard, Connie Courtad Marsha Householder, Jean Kirchner, Linda Knepper, Elaine Pfeifer, Kathy Richardson, Ereleen Smith, Pat Snyder Karen Westerman, Dianna Sherman, Marcia Zimmerman. SOPHOMORES: Steve Mewhorter, Dennis Moore, Jerry Spence, Gary Steinbaugh, David Ulrich, Jack Ulrich, Carol Binau, Ruth Bolyard, Roberta Case, Judy Courtad, Rutk The 1965 edition of the Ram Marching Band entertained the crowds with precision drills and snappy songs at half-time of each football game. In addition to marching at the football games, the band also performed at the Snake Dance, Christmas Parade, and Memorial Day Parade . 92 4 .- ' if . Q Ny" , . x,,.fs , u - ,f Q 9 ". - , , N v 4' . 9 5 Q .J . Q j Xfi- A 'L 1 nx ' ' j ps. if A It Wffa f X 71 ' V - - ' 5 ' ' 1, ' 'JH Q. XJ 'H ' ,Q , .. - Q. W .4 ., 1 ls' - A X , " x' 1 WN" ' 0-1 'S A if 5 Xfs ' vnu' ' 'ff Q ' 'fn 3 ij " "- Q 'Z '- ' WL a :Q ,I ,, D: 4 . v I W' 3 A " V Lfx-' X-ir Mix. , mgf ,-,X '- -it " 5 3 aw. 3-vp QQFAMJ Nh- K pk ' rf, " ' . T ', , XJ . Q W' .X-. Q . . . -h J, -7 uf .Q N' Q - 7 M. -. - , . . A V x ' nfvxf "' nm gn, f "' ' D+. -,VL ,Q 5-f fm N, V-.gf P , :.,K5. y A ,pf KX-A 7 'W W1 - ,..f Q-if '51 Vi' ? XA. v- . -- k -:rf S . .1 A 4, Qsf- fr . . x ' z Q., ' ' T ,wr f. ,, - h ,Q ,mi fqffv PQ af V '- 'L A-'X .6 Q-,,L,M, A '-1' -WSW. K 4 . T 5 Q . ., it x. ' vp ' 4 N. C K 11: 1 - T , i .T --T if? Q -. :tl-N D! 4 ' . 1 , 4 4 0 4- 2 f 1 'im -K5 E 3143 it . A A . K' X4' . .ali MAJORETTES HEAD MAJORETTE-BEV SWERLEIN Connie Courtad, Pam Moore, Marsha Householder, Kay Ritterspach, Bev Swerlein, Jan Schnepp, Rosie Sweigard, Pat Kinley, Judy Predmore. 94 PEP BA ROW 1: Dennis Moore, Jerry Spence, John Patchet, Mr. Norman Sunderman. ROW 2: Linda Hasting, Pat Snyder, Elaine Pfeifer, Bev Swerlein, Sandy Courtad, Rita Ulrich, Carol Binau. ROW 3: Dave Ulrich, Joe Steiner, Karen Stansbery, John Grossman, Larry Leeth, Lee Hollanshead. ROW 4: Dave Powell, Jeff Hickinbotham, Ron Kleinlein, Dan Binau. The purpose of Pep Band is to provide spirit and entertainment at pep rallies and basketball games. 95 Q JAH Q3 U .56 A 3 R 3 x 3 ,JW -3, 1 S-A 1 K "f si . WM ,,. Nga Q 3 'Tl QS W W . Ax :gn-f'? Q' ' ,X . s 4 M if 3 . A we In 6'L, it If ..ixS " ,, ...f-,. ..,,..L ffm . x X 5 2511 3 .4 . A A. V -N-X .Q. rf - 1 .- ,gs Y Q A r- fl - -,. , kg 13-3 ix L. -- g ff. Q 5 sl ' A .. S '-11, wa 25' QW? N 2 N. . .,,, ,F T il? ' "' , X Nam! 'B' K k -Q., . 1 Q :MQ f 5 a ,ma-fr, xi I J nr BAD Kathy Westerman, Kathy Pieison, Vicki Sandridge, Marcia McDaniel, Patty Yeater, Larry Leeth, Lee Hollan- shead, Connie Shuherk, Joyce Trautwein, Bernie Kuenzli, Don Stansbery, David Clinger, Jeff Stansbery, Doug Armstrong, Dave Troup. ROW 4: Denny Moore, Mollie Graham, Marcia Zimmerman, Mr. Norman Sunderman. The Activities Band, directed by Mr. Norman Sunderman, is composed primarily of freshmen and sophomores who are in- terested in instrumental music . This band is a feeder group for the Symphonic Band and also aplace for students who just enjoyplay- ing but don't meet the requirements for the Symphonic Band. 97 Band members watch a tense moment of a football game. YMPHONIC. ROW 1: Pat Snyder, Linda Hasting, Carol Kennedy, Karen Westerman, Kathy Richardson, Ruth Furniss, Christine Krock, Rosie Sweigard, Roberta Case, Ann Kinley, Kay Ritterspach. ROW 2: Rita Ulrich, Elaine Pfiefer, Carol Binau, Bev Swerlein, Wenda Maclaren, Sylvia Bolyard, Cheryl Stumpp, Dianna Sherman, Diane Russell, Jan Schnepp, Ruth Bolyard ROW 3: Sandy Courtad, Margaret Rowse, Pat Kinley, Sandi Kuenzli, Muriel Hoover, Linda Knepper, Chris Armstrong, Nancy Mewhorter, Ron Kleinlein, Rebbie Schnepp, Marsha Householder, Tim Benner, Dave Powell, Dave Ulrich, Pam Band members turn out in full force to support their team. Instrumental Music Its aim is to develop immediate interest in and enjoyment of music and to lay foundations for continuing interest through later years . It strives to reach large num- bers of pupils. lt regards them as potential consumers of music. It explores the music literature . . . It develops musical taste . . . It offers planned instruction and teaches music skills. The seven basic objectives of instrumental music education are fly health, Q21 command of fundamental processes, Q35 preparation for a vocation, Q41 worthyhome membership, Q51 worthy use of leisure time, Q65 civic education, and UQ ethical character. ' 98 I BAD Richardson, Kathy McDaniel, J oe Steiner. ROW 4: Vicki McAllister, Linda Stansbery, Chris Walton, SharonKummerer, Pam Moore, Jean Kirchner, Connie Courtad, Ed Clinger, Karen Stansbery,John Grossman, Judy Courtad, Bob Wagner, Virgil Wright, Ereleen Smith, Bob Spence, Jeff Hickinbotham, Norman Sunderman. ROW 5: Gary Steinbaugh, Andy Stephan, John Patchet, Steve Mewhorter, Jerry Spence, The Symphonic Band is our top perform- ing group for the best musicians and most ambitious students in the school. The band presented two concerts. The first was a Christmas concertg the second was the an- nual spring concert. The band traveled to Galion for the NOL Band Festival and in the spring certain members went to the el- ementary buildings to recruit future bands- men. 99 Senior members of the band are presented with mums on Band Night. C0 CERT ROW 1: NancyBarber,Linda I-lasting, Sandy Link, Sheila Wells, Connie Courtad, Sue Mewhorter, Kathy Sturgeon, Sharon Thiel, Diane Thiel, Sandy Kuenzli, Barb Dible, Nancy Barick, Barb Rushing, Linda Knepper, Barb Rit- terspach, Pat Gillen, Rena Jevas, Mary Russell, Joyce Loverich, Ruth Sturgeon, Jane Hull, Pam Schoenberger, Yvonne Orians. ROW 2: Darlene Shambaugh, Carolyn Thomas, Barb I-lemmerly, Carolyn Bower, Sylvia Bolyard, Pam Hare, Tim Everett, Eddie Long, Mike Harman, Ron Pool, John Harmon, Larry Cattran, Richie Booth, Robby Lee, Tim Santschi, Lynn Gottfried, John Wanamaker, Karen Stansbery, Jean Horn, Marcia Householder, Linda Rowe, Evangeline Weaver. ROW 3: Mary Brown, Kathy Daulton, Karen Ellis, Irma Swartz, Kathy Miller, Kathy The Concert Choir is composed of 92 select juniors and seniors . Of this number 35 make up a special ensemble class which meets two days a Week. The Concert Choir presents Christmas e and spring concerts . ln addition this group participates in the NOL Choir Festival, Baccalaureate, and the Thanksgiving and Christmas assemblies. The special ensemble performs through- , f-- out the year for- community functions as well X as school activities. Student Director . . . . Linda l-lasting Ass't Student Dir. . . B. Ritterspach Accompanists . . . . Elaine Pfeifer Kathy Miller Seen practicing are quartet members: Jim Troup, Joe Steiner, Tim Satschi, and David Harsh. IOO CHGIR Smith, Cheryl Hannibal, Tom Kiess, Dave Beard, Allan Goodman, Jim Troup, Gary Schoenberger, Steve Gott- fried, Dan Karg, Bob Sweigard, Ed Clinger, Tom Creger, Andre Criner, Mary Vent, Carol Rice, Sue Ellen Smith, Kathy Kieffer. ROW 4: Robbe Trachsel, Sandy Miller, Barb Gerber, Sue Carroll, Teresa Logsdon, Sharon Karg, Teresa Loverich,Linda Ross, Jeff Roth, Ray Smith, Dave Fox, Gary Heckathom, Carl Bowen, Vonice Brinson, Jan Borkosky, Carolyn Thiel, Patty Jo Boone, Jan Koehler, Jane Stillberger, Cheryl DeBolt, Elaine Pfeifer, Chris Armstrong. I , :,,,..Q, : 1 Q Choir memb ers, dir ect ed by Miss Spies, prepare for their spring conc ert. 1 Ol 'Q N' f S xkp ALAA 11 4. A K A as V 2 is if Y Xb V is 'aff W ,ia N wiv A-ff QQ. M SFR CHOIR till, Nancy Kemmerly, Dennis Pagnard, Fred Culver, Tom Spitler, Mark Eley, Monte Rome, Tom Eyestone, Doug inau, Denny Book, Sue Trachsel, Doris Jones, Jane Landveisicht, Pat Kinley. ROW 4: Mary Brown, Sharon Strub, ,Chris Walton, Debby Romich, Cheryl Koehler, Rebbie Schnepp, Tom Bell, Steve West, Steve Leeth, Ron Brady, Van Erians, Tom Martin, Dan Moses, Dennis Moore, Darla Kolarik, Carol Binau, Pat Sanderson, Bev Tivenan, Nancy Mew- ox-ter. Seventy-four sophomores compose this select choir. This group participates in the Christmas and springconcerts and works on a variety of music including sacred, folk, show tunes, and spirituals . T Student Director. . . . Cheryl Kimmel Ass't Student Dir. . . . . Ann Kinley Accompanist .... . . Becky Schmidt This year an exchange program was held between Wynford High School and Upper San- dusky High School. The Wynford Choir pre- sented a delightful program of both sacred and popular songsg a week later the U .S .H .S . , Concert Choir traveled to Wynford to per- form for their students. 103 MIXED ROW 1: Barb McDaniel, Cindy Everett, Teresa Shaffer, Roxanne Swavel, Bev Bowman, Bonnie Baker, Linda Yoder, Jim Houser, Sam Weaver, Randy Gogan, Ron Swartz, Chris Gamber, Jim Stagger, Mark Emptage, Mike Loriz, Bruce Book, Rosemary Blackburn, Bonnie Giles, Marcia Stansbery, Becky Larick, Linda Williams. ROW 2: Sue Smith, Beverly Gregory, Nancy Clinger, Jean Baughn, Rachel Higgins, Dottie Kuenzli, Steve Hart, Eddie Crawford, Steve Harr, Rod Dean, Don Miller, Andy Koehler, Bob Culver, Dave Clinger, Jeff Russell, Jeff Stansbery, Eddie Thornhill, Tom Vent, Jane Bastel, Sheryl Clements, Kate Bils, Rita Orians, Sandra Thiel. ROW 3: Linda Spillman, Debbie Kauble, Connie The Mixed Chorus has 94 freshmen. Of this number, 49 compose the Girls' Glee Club and 35 make up the Boys' Chorus. These three groups participate in the Christmas and spring concerts. This group serves as a preparatory group for the Sophomore and Concert Choirs . Accornpanists: Charlene Cassel Barb Curlis Wanda Horn F A At the Christmas program the Mixed Chorus renders a carol of the season. IO4 Y C1-IQRUS huherk, Sharon Logsdon, Ann Leser, Jean Soule, Janice Brown, Frank Larick, Phil Stansbery, Dan Stansbery, John yen, Jim Gottfried, Dick Ulrich, Jerry Gillen, Daryl Schoenberger, Shirley Kin, Judy Blackburn, Barb Curlis, Marsha wartz, Wanda Horn, Marilyn Messmer. ROW 4: Sue Hutchinson, Sue Slemmer, Pam Miller, Marslyn Johnson, Deanna annibal, Charlene Cassel, Susan Rall, Bill Van Horn, Bob Sturgeon, John Ulrich, Jim Johnson, Dan Moll, Dan Binau, I on Newell, David Hogan, Gary Leeth, Phil Orians, Tom Hill, Joyce Trautwein, Evilue Bower, Debbie Baldwin, Kathy -Iuffman, Carol Starner, Elaine Melroy. Y The Mixed Chorus entertains at the Christmas as- sembly. 105 L ? 'H' SPORTS VARSITY FOOTBALL ROW 1: Dan Niederkohr, Mike McKee, Dan Leightey, Bob Bax-don, Tom Kiess, Tom Baker, Denny Trease, Denny Eyestone, Reuben DeBolt, Tim Benner, Wayne Snyder, Manager Stan Courtad. ROW 2: Coach Rilling, Mike Eme- rine, Carl Bowen, Bob Hecker, Jim Chadwick, Jim Corfman, Larry Cattran, Bill Wood, Gary Schoenberger, Carl Gatchell, Jim Smith, Jack Timmons, Jeff Smith, Coach Swankhouse. ROW 3: Coach Faulkner, Ray Smith, Tom Eyestone, Mark Eley, Ron Miller, Mike Boucher, Jim Ulrich, Robby Lee, John Amert, Chuck Dirmeyer, Dave Fox, Jerry Taylor, Mike Logsdon, Doug Diebert, Coach Nara. ROW 4: Tom Bell, Scott Hensel, Mike Pfeifer, Dan Moses, Bill Whittaker, Tom Taylor, Dan Durkin, Steve Robey, Dan Karg, Mike Rothlisberger, Steve Leeth, Tom Eippert, Larry Lumberson, Norm Stansbery, ROW 5: Doug Armstrong, Mark Lozano, Mike Lucas, Denny Book, Steve Eatherton, Dave Leightey, Tom Mundy, Mike Oney, Jerry King, Steve Emerine, Bob MacDonald, Tom Spitler, Bernie Kuenzli, and Steve Beidelschies. The 1964 edition of the Fighting Rams football team completed another thrilling season with an even record of five wins and five losses. Coach Fau1kner's determined lads defeated their first three foes before faltering. The season ended on a glorious note with the local Rams drubbingarch rival Carey by the fantastic score of 60 to O. BLACK TIE CLUB: John Amert, JackTimmons, Gary Schoenberger, Reuben DeBolt, Robby Lee, Larry Cattran, Jerry Taylor, and Tom Kiess. 108 John Amert Tim Benner Larry Cattran Quarterback T ackle T ackle Tri-C aptain J ack Timmons and Gary Schoenberger smother Carey ball carrier. Mike Emerine Denny Eyestone Carl Gatchell Guard Halfback Tackle J im Chadwick Jim Corfman Reuben DeBo1t Center Tackle Fullback Senior fullback Reuben DeBo1t breaks away on a long run against Carey. N Tom Kiess Robby Lee Dan Leightey Halfback Center Halfback Tri-C aptain Gary Schoenberger Jim Smith J ack Timmons End Tackle The cheerleaders congratulate weary Rams after a home victory. Halfback Tri-Captain VARSITY SCORES OPPONE NT THEY Kenton 12 Riverdale 8 Bucyrus 14 Tiffin Col. 34 Norwalk 6 Gallon 53 Willa rd 12 Bellevue l 8 Shelby 26 Carey 0 Denny Tx-ease Jim Ulrich B111 Wood Halfback End T ackle F RESHMAN TEAM ROW 1: Mike Kraus, Dick Ulrich, Ron Newell, Jim Ellis, Bob England, Jim Gottfried, Phil Orians, Jim Bricely, Dennis Cheney, Bill Deal, Dan Moll. ROW 2: Bob Sturgeon, Ted McAllister, Lee Hollanshead, Doug Jordan, Steve Eyestone, Steve McKee, Branson Miller, Eddie Crawford, Jerry Gillen, Mike Kuenzli, Coach Ken Rilling. RESERVE SCORES FROST-I SCORES We Opponent They We Opponent They 12 Tiffin Col. 8 20 Kenton 6 8 Kenton 6 6 Tiffin West 12 14 Bucyrue 0 0 Tiffin East 6 14 Willard 15 14 Bucyrus 16 14 Galion 18 8 Galion 6 14 Shelby 34 0 Findlay 8 H3 VARSITY BA KETB LL ROW 1: Gary Young, Coach Ed Fisher, Tom Sheaffer. ROW 2: Manager Doug Diebert, Denny Trease, Terry Nance, Gary Schoenberger, Bob Kirchner, Bill Blankenship, Gus Corfman, J ack Timmons, Denny Myers, Manager Ed Fox. This year's varsity squad failed to recapture the N.O.L. title, but they did not fail to display the exciting brand of basketball which the local fans have come to expect. They polished off 8 straight opponents on the home court Without a loss. The Rams compiled another fine record of 12 victories and 7 defeats, while presentingCoach Fisher with his one hundreth victory at Upper. VARSITY SCORES We Opponent They 73 Kenton 60 81 Sandusky Perkins 49 78 Carey 38 49 Eigin 62 71 Calion 69 64 Tiffin Col. 54 68 Tiffin Calv. 54 73 Ontario 46 56 Mansfield Sr. 63 69 Norwalk 62 54 Galion 7 1 61 Bucyxus 77 82 Shelby 68 63 Lexington 81 58 Bellevue 61 54 Tiffin Col- 52 Tom Sheaffer--N.O.L. Hon. Mention 65 Willard 35 Gary Young- -2nd N.O.L. Te am 62 Ontario 55 fT0u1'n-, Gus Coffman--lst N.O.L. Team 50 Marion Hardg. 63 QTourn.j H4 Gus Coffman goes up for a rebound against Norwalk. Tom Sheaffer gets a shot away against a Norwalk player. , j .. F51 11, X l ' 1 l Q as ! ' 5 J J ack Timmons drives around his opponent for two points H5 Terry Nance Denny Myers Gary Schoenberger Senior Seniors Senior Loose ball in Upper-Norwalk game. Jack Timmons gets rebound as fellow Rams Gary Schoenberger, Gary Young andTom Sheaffer look on. ups.. X x f u" Q ff m MW , it Hx Lf e il? 2? N Rr ffj Denny Trease Gary Young Senior Senior H7 RESERVE TEAM ROW 1 Manager Russ Larick, Denny Book, Arden Heckathorn, Lynn Gottfried, Tom Bell, Tom Martin Dan Niederkohr, Manager Mike Pfeifer. ROW 2: Van Orians, Mike Feuerstein, Mike McKee, Steve Reber John Sebe noler John Smalley, Joe Roszman, Coach Bob Swartz. RESERVE SCORES Opponent They Kenton 37 Sandusky Perkins 26 Carey 20 Elgin 36 Galion 62 Tiffin Col. 43 Tiffin Calv. 40 Ontario 32 Mansfield Sr. 38 Norwalk 30 Galion 56 Bucyrus 62 Shelby 55 Lexington 60 Bellevue 45 Tiffin Col. 32 Willard 53 14-3 Season Mike McKee takes shot in reserve contest H8 FRESHMAN TEAM ill xi il' at ROW 1: Tom Dillion, Lee I-lollanshead, Doug J ordan, Mike Kraus, Steve Eyestone, Managers Jim Houser, Frank Larick, Jim Roszman. ROW 2: Philip Orians, Mark Wines, Ron Newell, Andy Koehler, Dan Binau, Jim Ellis, Jim Gottfried, Coach Gene Nara. FRESHMAN SCORES We Opponent They 27 Tiffin West 3 8 24 Findlay Cnt . 46 36 Glenwood 53 36 Bucyrus 40 48 Mohawk 2 8 45 Tiffin West 3 l 50 Findlay Cnt . 36 46 Kenton 45 53 Wynford 45 43 Kenton 48 40 Tiffin East 41 4 5 Mohawk 32 39 Tiffin East 46 Mansfield jr . High Tournament 29 Ashland 37 53 Shelby 50 8-7 Season Reserve player goes up for tip in Noxwalk game. H9 U.S.H Karen Ellis Barb Gerber Barb Rittexspach Kathy Smith Kathy Smith, Barb Ritterspach, Karen Ellis, Barb Gerber, Bonnie Halbedel. K CHEERLEADER Susan Smith, LaVern Smith, Sue Nickless, Nancy Mewhoxter, Judy Courtad. Q RESERVE FRESHMEN Marcia Stansbery, Marslyn Johnson, Shari Grossman, Barb Curlis, Jean Robey. 121 S BOWLI G 1. Ron Kuenzli, Dave Hoopes, Andy Stephan, Ron Kleinlein, M.ike Klein. 2. Dave Hablitzel, Virgil Wright, Bob Nutter, Jack Ulrich, Jim Heihnan fnot picturedl. 5. Jack Newman, Jim Neumeister, Dennis Moore, Tom Newman. 4. Bob Wagner, Ann Frisch, Cheryl Koehler, Mary Vent, Sharon Thiel fnot picturedj. 6. Sue Nutter, Kathy Smith, Sharon Kummerer, Jan Koehler, Sue Bowersox. Not Pictured: 3. Keith Lane, Denny Eyestone, Mr. Richard Lab, Bob Kuenzli, Dave Beard. TEAMS 7. Barb Rushing, Marilyn Kin, Bev Higgins, Bev Smith, Barb Mossbrugger, Jane Stillberger. 9. Denny Pagnard, Bill Van Horn, Jim Chadwick, Dick Morris, Jeff Mouser. LEAGUE STANDINGS W L 54--26 51--29 48--32 47 lf2--32 lf2 41--39 41--39 40 U2--39 U2 28 U2--51 lf2 25 U2--54 lf2 23 57 High Game High Series High Game High Series Sandbaggers Fabulous 5 jd's + l Rolling Pins Rolling Stones J and Four S's Pin Pushers Wipe Outs Ramchargers Buzzards Jim He ilman Mary Vent 8. Clara Swartz, Joanne Case, Susan Rife, Don Yea- ter. 10. J eff Roth, Sue Sams, Robin Rome, MarshaHouse- holder, Ken Niederkohr. 65 Q 65666 VARSITY BASEBALL ROW 1: Jeff Smith, Dan Niederkohr, Steve Eatherton, Bob Oney, Bob Nutter, Norm Stansbery, Lee Hollanshead, Tom Dillion. ROW 2: Tom Bell, Van Orians, Mark Wines, Denny Trease, Tom Kiess, Mike Emerine, Mike Feuerstein, Dan Durkin, Denny Eyestone. ROW 3: Manager Tom Book, Manager Mike Hare, Jerry Bower, Gary Young, Gary Heckathorn, Tom Sheaffer, Gus Corfman, Lynn Gottfried, Manager Rick Wolfrum, Coach Fred Koenig. Not pictured--Coach Dick Lab. Under the direction of Mr. Fred Koenig and Mr. Richard Lab, the Ram baseball squad completed their third consecutive Winning season, being victorious in seven games while losing six. The Rams won a district tournament game this year for the fir st time in several campaigns but were less fortunate in league play. SCORES We Opponent They 4 Tiffin Calv. 1 4 Riverdale 3 1 Galion 5 6 Ontario 3 1 Marion Hdng. 5 9 Wynford 4 1 Shelby 4 3 Galion 1 1 Willard 3 4 Willard 13 11 Shelby 0 2 Wynford 1 1 Tiffin Calv. 2 Won 7--Lost 6 124 1' Jalal, s, Tom Sheaffer and coaches hold conference at home plate. Senior pitcher Gary Heckathorn gets instructions from Coach Lab. 4 'FS '-- N 1 f L1 Senior letterman Denny Trease swings at a fast ball. Ram catcher Tom Sheaffer reaches for a high pitch. VARSITY GULF H if "" as - 1 E ROW 1: Dave Wolfe, Jerry King, Russ Larick, Tom Martin. ROW 2: Denny Myers, Monte Rome, Steve Yochem, Doug Armstrong, Steve Leeth, Jack Newman, David Hines, Mr. Richard Faulkner. This year the Varsity Ram golf team placed sixth in N.O. L. golf and eleventh in the district competition. The team was comprised mainly of juniors and sopho- mores with one lone senior, Denny Myers. The team has shown much competitive im- provement since last year, and it seems that golf has a bright future at U.S. H.S. SCORES WE OPPONENT THEY 6 Bellevue 5 6 Norwalk 15 6 112 Tiffin Col. 14 112 16 112 Kenton 3 112 7 Tiffin Col. 14 0 Galion 21 5 112 Bellevue 15 112 13 112 Tiffin Calv. 7 112 4 Kenton 12 5 Galion 16 1 Shelby 20 13 112 Tiffin Calv. 3 112 3 112 Willard 7 112 4 Shelby 17 10 112 Norwalk 10 112 Fore! 126 .Ms E? In the rough, again. On in two. ,Q Birdie? Pause that refreshes. 127 VARSITY TENN I S ROW 1: Terry Nance, Jim Troup, Tim Santschi, Jim Kummerer. ROW 2: John Smalley, Steve Reber, Jim Ulrich, Dan Moses, Jim Neumeister. In its third season, the tennis team , improved its record this year to 5-7. Coached by Mr. Swartz, the team placed 1 third in the league. SC OR E S We Opponent They 0 Fostoria 7 9 Mohawk 0 5 Mohawk 1 6 Tiffin Calv . 1 1 1 Bellevue 4 2 Shelby 3 5 Galion 0 1 Fostoria 6 0 Bellevue 5 1 Galion 4 Shelby 5 0 5 Tiffin Calv . 2 HEAD COACH Mr. Bob Swartz I28 Terry Nance, the team's No. 1 man, reaches for a backhand ground stroke. A Tim Santschi, No. 3 man, returns a deep forehand shot. No. 2 man, senior Jim Troup, braces himself for a hard forehand shot. Senior No. 4 man, Jim Kummerer, returns a hard forehand to the opposing Calvert player. VARSITY TRACK ROW 1: Dick Ulrich, Denny Niederkohr, Mark Lozano, Bob Kuenzli, Bill Sheeley, Reuben DeBolt, Dave Leightey, Tom DeBolt. ROW 2: Tom Eyestone, Dave Fox, Bernie Spyker, Jack Timmons, Keith Morris, Keith Lane, John McAllister, Dave Bils, John Karg, Jim Kotterman, Mark Eley. ROW 3: Mr. Swankhouse, Tom Taylor, Larry Cattran, Jim Corfman, Bill Blankenship, Dave Chevalier, Bob Bardon, Robby Lee, Jerry Taylor, Terry McClain, Jim Johnson, Steve Harr, Dale Karg. SCORES We Opponent They 49 112 Marion Hardng. 68 112 65 116 Bucyrus 52 516 54 Elgin 64 82 Willard 36 44 Tiffin Col. 74 57 Shelby 61 67 Ontario 51 91 Carey 2 7 46 112 Galion 71 112 48 Lima Sr. 70 RESERVES: 106 113 Arlington 11 213 78 112 Wynford 39 112 74 Tiffin Col. 44 1 16 Cory Rawson 46 Lafayette 48 N.O.L. DISTRICT Class AA 880 Yark Relay Champs Dave Chevalier, Bill Blankenship, Dave Fox, Jack Timmons. 130 Bill Blankenship--High Jumping in Shelby Meet. Jack Timmons--Breaking Tape for another 880 yard relay victory. 100 Yard Dash--Dick Ulrich, Dave Chevalier, Jim Kotterman. RESERVE TRACK: ROW l: Bill Gillen, Bob Kuenzli, Mark Lozano, Ted McAllister, Bud Miller, Bob Sturgeon, Charles Walton, Denny Niederkohr, Randy Cupp, Ron Crawford, Jim Mennigen, Tom DeBolt. ROW 2: Ed Chevalier, Steve Eyestone, Bernie Kuenzli, Torn Eyestone, Dan Clark, Jim Kotterman, Wayne Snyder, Dick Ulrich, Dave Leightey, Steve McKee, Dave Bils, Ray Smith, Dale Karg. ROW 3: Bernie Spyker, Mike Logsdon, Chuck Dirmeyer, Jerry Taylor, Bob Hecker, Mike McKee, Dan Binau, Dave Kin, Tom Taylor, Mark Eley, Bob Bardon, Keith Morris, Jim Johnson, Steve Harr, Coach Swankhouse. 131 1 4 5 l rr K 8, g K f' . 1 X I' f M' I VAX 'K 1 x -.A f"X-TSN'-X Nw WN! '-M M 7W'f5'x'ff-Q xw Q X' 8. Xin W XNxv XB J- .'X1, '52 F 5 -' ..f ,' .I .hygv3,.'N8 61" .xx 'A M ,ws x' is X . 1964 HCJMECOMING QUEEN SUE MEWHORTER P34 THE ROYAL COURT KAREN ELLIS JOYCE LOVERICI-I LINDA HASTING BARB RITTERSPACH Barb Ritterspach escorted by Jim Troupg Joyce Loverich escorted by Jeff Rothg Sue Mewhorter escorted by Denny Myersg Karen Ellis escorted by Gary Youngg Linda Hasting escorted by Terry Nance. 135 1964 TRACK QUEEN AND COURT TERESA LOGSDON QUEEN BEV swERLE1N MARCIA MCCLAIN SENIOR ATTENDANT JUNIOR ATTENDANT JUDY COURTAD KATHY SCHOENBERGER sol-IHOMORE ATTENDANT ERESHMAN ATTENDANT 136 M I P I x W BAND QUEEN If I !!l '9 Z' N 'lm f Q N 'uk BEV SWERLEIN q :IW kt: S f A I I III THE MAD WCDMA R. Kuenzli, A. Wines, C. Dirmeyer, M. Schil- ling, R. Niederkohr, C. Bower, I. Swartz, S. Smith, G. Wilburn. J. Bower, D. DeBo1t, S. Gottfried, R. Wright, S. Kerr, K. Osborn, J. Groth, S. Nickless, L. Nye, B. Gerber, D. Fox, T. Everett, 8zM. Pfeifer. The Four Madwornen: Robin Molly Rhoden presents flowers to The Three Melon Men: Lynn Gott- Rome, Molly Rhoden, Teresa student director Sue Scheck and fried, Mike McKee, and Dave Loverich, 8r Pat Logsdon. director Mrs. Marion Gemmill. Fox. I'3B UF CHAILLGT Waiter! Some water and four glasses. Hurry. This round, gentle- men, is on me. And--I shall pro- pose as a toast--International Sub- strate of Paris, Incorporated. Money sticks to me like a mustard plaster. Like on the Exchange . If you buya stock, it goes down like a plum- met, but if I buy a stock, it turns around and soars like an eagle . If I buy at thirty-three-- Constance, we love you dearly, as you know. And we love Dickie, too. But this is too serious a matter. So let's stop being childish for once . And what does that mean, if you please? It means Dickie. You know per- fectly well that we love him and fuss over him just as if he were still alive . He's a sacred memory and we wouldn't hurt his feelings for the world. Butplease don't plump him in my lap whenl'm settling the future of mankind. HERE, LGVE ROW l: Marla Swihart, Julie Stein, Jenny Bacon, Kathy Kieffer, Connie Barrett, Judy Courtad, Wilma Smith, Judy Predmore, Steve Hilderbrand, Jim Troup, Jeff Roth, Jennifer Van Buskirk, Marsha House- holder, Gary I-leckathorn, Gary Steinbaugh, Wes Steiner, Sue Ellen Smith, Kathy Sturgeon, Katherine Hull, Beth Fox, Ruth Sturgeon, Kip Johnson, Linda Hasting, David Leeth, Tom Kiess. ROW 2: Larry Cattran, Mike Lucas,Joyce Loverich, Jim Ulrich, Connie Courtad, Ron Brady, Kathy Smith, Bev Swerlein, David Harsh, Denny Eyestone, Bob Kuenzli, Bob Wagner, Ed Clinger, Barb Ritterspach, Karen Stansbery, Robby Lee, Bill Wood, Allan Goodman, Dave Fox, Tom Creger, Pat Sanderson, Sharon Karg, Cheryl Kimmel, Ray Smith, Tom Eyestone, Lloyd Blackburn, Dennis Moore, Doug Armstrong, Doug Binau. 1.40 N 'Big Calown Balloons" "From Mickey Mouse to Donald Duck "Pine Cones Sz!-Iolly Berries" "My State, My Kansas" "Here's Love" 141 THE MOU E THAT ROARED SEATED: Kathi Sturgeon. STANDING: Janet Miller, Evelyn Swartz, Carl Bowen, Linda McDannel, Sandy Courtad, John Harmon, Jan Koehler, Fred Richardson, Sue Bowersox, Bill Wood, Tom Creger, Ron Pool, Mike Emerine, Sharon Thiel, Jim Troup, Rita Ulrich, Linda Rowe, Louis Emick, John Wanamaker, Barb Mcssbrugger, Connie Fleck, Jane Stillberger, Ron Kuenzli, Kathy Kieffer, Tim Santschi, Linda Hasting, Bob Wagner, Sue Mewhorter, and Jeff Roth. Resolved, the Duchy of Grand Fen- wick, having taken all steps it can to remedy the matter peaceably, does here and now, and by these presents, declare that a state of war exists between itself and the U.S.A. Here it is! Beautiful, eh? The mass difference of the nucleus is the greatest yet achieved. 142 9 Pick on someone your own size! Tully, sir. These two are girls. She caught the bomb! Oh Tully! Maybe now we'11 have time to discuss . . . DUTCH GARDENS 145 CCDMMENCEMENT it 4 1965 147 F5 i ' IMI A . ADVERTISEMENTS ROBERT COPE D.V.M. GEORGE OKLOK D.D.S. R. M. ROSSEL JR. 81 R. M. ROSSEL SR D.D.S. D. J. BAUER D.D.S T. H. LAUTERMILCH O.D. C. B. SOHOOLFIELD M.D. NORMAN KEAR D.D.S. PAUL E. EIPPERT D.V.M. H. A. RHODES, K. K. SOLACOFF J. J. BROWNE M.D. For awide selection of men's and boy's clothing, visit DIBLEJS MEN'S WEAR. Ph. 294-2915 Satisfy your sweet tooth at NEUMEIS- TER'S BAKERY, home of Eat Mor breads and pastries. Ph. 294-1981. Join your friends at WYANDOT LANES. Bowling is fun under their modern con- ditions at 121 East Fairview. Ph. 294- 2921 CORKY'S COFFEE SHOP at 116 East Wyandot Avenue serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ph. 294-2467. Visit DENNIS BARNES REALTY for com- plete real estate service and farm loans. Ph. 294-3571 . Join your friends at the WYANDOT LANES SNACK BAR for the best in fine foods and pizzas. The snack bar is lo- cated on East Fairview St. MILLINGTON MANUFACTURING You Order If . . . We'll Make lf. COMPANY KINLEYiS DAIRY Serving Wyandot County with Pasteurized Dairy Products of the Finest Quality 294-3512 294-1247 Upper Sandusky The Chevron and Shield are the Symbol of the Dairy Guild of America, a National Organization of Independent Dairy Craftsmen Pledged to Maintain the Highest Standards of Excellence . l53 KIESS 'S PAINT QAPPLIANCE has a large selection of wallpaper, records, Maytag washers, and paint. Fashionable women shop at NLAXINE'S APPAREL , I 28 N. Sandusky in downtown Upper Sandusky. Ph. 294-3028. . do Located at the Jct. of Rts. 30 N. 8:23, DAY'S MOTEL offers modem rooms at reasonable rates. MOORE'S STORE, famous across the country for auto supplies and toys, is located at 117 W. Wyandot. Ph. 294- 3515. DAY'S NEWS AND GIFTS at 101 N. San- dusky has a large selection of greeting cards, gifts, and reading material. You can be sure of fine quality dairy products when they come from CHIEF DAIRY PRODUCTS DIV. PICKERING- TON CREAMERY at 422 W. Guthrie. For the finest in diamonds and watches, stop in at KLEINLEIN JEWELERS and talk to Mr. Kleinlein. Stop at WITZEL'S MARATHON SERV- ICE at 222 West Wyandot for all Mara- thon Products. Ph. 294-3272. Here are someof the guns on stock along with a complete line of sporting goods at LEE'S TRADING POST. Open till 9:00. WARFEL COAL COMPANY is the area dealer for J anitrol cooling and heating systems. Ph. 294-1221. WYANDOT PARTS COMPANY --Your NAPA man is a good man to know, and your NAPA store is a good place to go. Let's go Krogering with Toppie the elephant at the KROGER STORE, North Warpole Street. DICKEN SL WONDERS STUDIO Fostoria, Ohio Portrait Commercial Industrial School Photography Kodak Finishing "Devoted to the Creation of Fine Photography" lndian Village Photographer AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY lndian Village Publisher - Dick Wilson, Representative 1 1 1 1 KOEHLER KOEHLER PAINT STORE DRUG STORE 102N hS cl ky 136N hS d ky 294 1969 294 1916 ARMSTRONG CLOTHING The Store For Men and Boys 294-3047 Compliments of ARMSTRONG INSURANCE AGENCY 213 North Sandusky Phone 294-3116 REED'S CARRY OUT Ice Cream Beverages Chips 81 Pretzels 115 E. Johnson Phone 294-3553 Compliments of LEA JEAN'S BEAUTY SALON Permanent Waving Expert Cutting 203 N . Sandusky Phone 294-3429 KARL'S RESTAURANT 136 S . Sandusky Phone 294-3501 U . S. CONCRETE PRODUCTS 521 W. Finley Phone 294-2389 Upper Sandusky Compliments of HAROLD JOHNS INSURANCE 483 N . Seventh Phone 294-3447 DEAN 8. PAGNARD BARBER SHOP 211 N. Sandusky Phone 294-3063 NEWELL 8- JOHNSON INSURANCE Insurance--Bonds 50 Years of Service to Wyandot County 110 E. Wyandot St. Phone 294-2395 Compliments of NEIKIRK 5t,': TO A 51.00 STORE 126 N . Sandusky Patronize Your Home Town Merchants. lt Profits You in the Long Run. RlCE'S IGA FOODLINER Junc. 182 8t Rt. 30 N. Upper Sandusky Fine Quality Clothing JIM DUGAN'S Shoes For Men and Boys Marion, Ohio ED STElNBAUGH'S GARAGE General Auto Repair 216 W. Wyandot Phone 294-2823 THE EVERGREEN S RESTAURANT UPP THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK S d 1860 ky N d RUTTMAN N CGNSTRUCTION Vertical Concrete Construction 425 West Walker Street COMPANY 294-3538 Slip Form and Jump Form Upper Sandusky STEPHAN LUMBER CO. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Serving Upper Sandusky Since i898 Paul Hildebrand, owner of PAUL'S SHOE STORE, fits a shoe on Jim Weaver. The address is 112 N . Sandusky. Shop at UPPER DRUG, where prescrip- tions are their business. For free de- livery, phone 294-1546. PITTTWR FEREQHPW PITT TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. Ph. HY 5-2345. Make it a memorable occasion by send- ing flowers from RICHARDSON 'S FLOWER SHOP, 646 N. Sandusky. If your floors or walls are in trouble, stop at KREBS FLOOR COVERING at 120 North Sandusky. Ph. 294-2145. For bulk delivery or efficient night serv- ice, stop at the LITE STAR OIL CO. and fill 'er up. 162 l This is the place to really get teed off! Join your friends at the HICKORY GROVE COUNTRY CLUB on Route 23. NIEDERKOHR BROTHERS BUILDING CONTRACTORS, North Keller St.- -Ph. 294 - 1054 . FLOX'S STORE carries a large line of clothing. Ph. 294-2952. Call STRASSER 82 SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS for electrical service. 229 South Eighth--Ph. 294-2882. .9 feyfcgh. swf, EAGLES CLUB 200 S. Sandusky Ph. 294-1421. ff f V as ' 1' W'-?2 Paul B. Nance, of 415 S. Sandusky, Up- per Sandusky, is the area representa- tive for ARMOUR 8: COMPANY. IiQIIw4JNZlI5lQ.4fIIJlEu4xINII3l?LES upp sqnausky 294-1959 9 'ITIEIIZ QL CQMMERCIAL unix ENGS SHARK .6 E3fQnWV7II5JCIlE3 I31AxINIIil ber of Federal Deposit C rp Upp S d ky Oh WALTON GRAIN COMPANY Dealers in Grain, Seed, and Fertilizers 294-2337 ROGER,S JEWELERS Accufron, Bulova, Crofon, Caravelle Watches Kremenfz Jewelry Imperial, Heisey, Cambridge, Royal Moselle Crystal 143 N . Sandusky Syracuse and Franciscan China Airway Luggage Keepsake Diamonds 294-2472 WYANDOT AUTOMOBILE CLUB It Pays to Belong 235 N . Sandusky Phone 294-2315 STANSBERY 81 STECK Friendly Self Service Since 1927 L . Steck--R. Stansbery Proprietors 134 N . Sandusky Phone 294-2241 SCHOENBERGER PRODUCE CO. Fresh Farm Products See the Stars at the Pou ltry--Eggs--Cream STAR THEATER Upper Sandusky 121 W. Wyandot Phone 294-1058 Phone 294-2217 H. F. SAMMET TRUCKING Excavating--Trucking Black Top Service 24 Hr. Wrecking Service Upper Sandusky Phone 294-1342 JAN'S BEAUTY SALON 482 Shafer Dr. Phone 294-171 1 Congratulations to the Class of 1965 CLETE'S SERVICE GARAGE Automotive Repairs R.R. 2--Upper Sandusky Phone 294-1785 MILLS METAL COMPARTMENT CO R.R. 1, Upper Sandusky Phone 294-2321 EAGLE N EST HATCHERY For Poultry Service and Supplies 119 South St. Phone 294-2442 Upper's Oldest and Largest Dealer of Furniture, Carpets, Bedding BLUE FURNITURE COMPANY 116 South Sandusky Phone 294-1500 HARTS JEWELRY STORE 1 14 N . Sandusky Phone 294-1036 Best Wishes to the Senior Class from WARDS CATALOG COMPANY Phone 294-3807 CRAYCRAFT SUPPLY COMPANY Dealers in Coal, Feed, 8g Supplies L l Hgh yWest UpperS cl ky Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE HARPSTER BANK Org . 1883 Harpsfer, Oh WYANDOT COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS ASSN. BOWEN IMPLEMENT CO. CAREY IMPLEMENT STORE CREEGER IMPLEMENT CO. SCHMIDT MACHINE CO. UPPER FARM SERVICE U. S. IMPLEMENT CO. VENT IMPLEMENT CO. WYANDOT TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO. BRINGMAN AND CO. 226 E. Wyandot Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Funeral Directors Since 1909 W. P. Bringman J. A. Bringmon 294-2328 The FIRST BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN. CO. at 212 S. Sandusky offers a 4473 divi- dend rate. YOUNG'S PURE OIL SERVICE CENTER is open 364 daysa year to serve you and your car. Have you ever wondered where all those yellow trucks are going? Here it is! YELLOW TRANSIT FREIGHT LINES, on the Lincoln Highway East. Stop at JIM'S GROCERYGL CARRY OUT for gas and groceries. Open seven days a week at 665 South Eighth. MIDWEST OHIO TOOL CO. at 418 N. Sandusky is famous for precision metal tools. Ph. 294-1987. Take your family for swimming, pic- nicking, fishing, and recreation to SUN- SET SPRINGS on Route 3ON. , ilobilfhisutiol ZIMMERMAN'S MOBIL SERVICE STA- TION,located atS. Sandusky, is famous for its friendly efficient service. Caskets and supplies are made at the STOLL CASKET COMPANY, RR 4 Up- per Sandusky. Ph. 294-2378. VOGEL'S SHOE STORE has been selling quality footwear for over 75 years. Why not stop at 104 S. Sandusky and try a pair. 1 1 . mg-Ili! ASI-ITON'S SC 8a10C STORE offers qual- ity merchandise at low prices. 118 N. Sandusky, Ph. 294-1461. S 1 ' g -3 ii THOMAS SLFRANZ FURNITURE STORE carries famous brands of furniture, car- pets, and bedding. Ph. 294-2256. For the best in TV and radio sales and service, see us at GIER TV at 621 South Seventh Street. UFHHKAUTGPMRISINC. Distributor of Automotive Parts 81 Supplies AP Mufflers McQuay-Norris Parts 117 E. Walker 294-1961 ARTZ IEPARTMENTSTORE 106 S. Sandusky 294-2461 Women's Wearing Apparel Cl1ildren's Clothes and Shoes Draperies Dry Goods 77777 V 7777 .. THE U.S. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INDIAN SPRINGS POULTRY CO. PI H 294 2225 294 1817 Ducks 8. Turkeys KUENZLI QUARRIES COMPANY, IN Rural Route 111 Upper Sandusky Phone 294-2268 Modern Accommodations for the Weary Traveler. HOPKINS MOTEL Air Conditioned--TV 318 W. Wyandot Phone 294-2414 Compliments of CLASSIC BEAUTY SALON 114 West Walker Upper Sandusky Phone 294-2268 Household Tools Gardening Implements Building Materials PFEIFER HARDWARE 124 E. Wyandot Phone 294-2271 WINTER TV SALES 81 SERVICE Complete . . . TV Service Radio Service Betchell Carlsen TV 107 E. Walker Phone 294-1727 Goodyear Tires Sporting Equipment BUD'S SUNOCO SERVICENTER Cheerful, Efficient Service 401 N. Sandusky Phone 294-1073 Best Food in Town BOW 8- ARROW RESTAURANT Carry-Out Service Pleasant Atmosphere Fairview Avenue Phone 294-2913 Compliments of KARG SUPPLY CO. AND KARG CONTRACTORS All Building Supplies New Homes 8t Lots 321 North Fourth Phone 294-1508 Compliments of CHRIS' Ladies Apparel 213 North Sandusky Phone 294-3116 RAYMOND YOUNG INSURANCE 413 North Seventh Phone 294-2501 ZlMMERMAN'S GREENHOUSE 81 FLOWER SHOP lt Pleases Us to Please You 514 West Johnson Phone 294-1231 Best Wishes from BILL WOOD REALTOR 625 N . Sandusky Phone 294-1011 LUCAS FUNERAL HOME Upper Sandusky, Morral, Nevada 294-1985 NORTH END CGIN-UP LAUNDRY 128 West Church Sr. "Vic" Dry Cleaning NEWMAN PCNTIAC SALES 212 West Wyandot "Home of the Widetrczck Buy KALMBACH FEEDS Feed Manufacturers of Supplements 8. Complete Feeds Upper Sandusky, Ohio Try the friendly service of DALE'S GULF at the corner of Wyandot and Warpole - - Ph. 294-3163. You too can be beautiful--just stop in at the TOWN 8: COUNTRY BEAUTY SHOP at 377 112 West Walker. Relax in this new modern club house after an enjoyable 18 holes of golf at the LINCOLN HILLS GOLF COURSE on the Lincoln Highway East. LYON'S FOOD CENTER is a shopper's paradise. It is located on N. Warpole-- Ph. 294-1971. Newly remodeled, the VILLAGE DRIVE- IN is the perfect combination of fine food, good service, and atmosphere. :QQEIMQ ggi HARPSTER GRAIN AND FEED CO. serves Harpster with the best in grain, feed, fertilizer, and merchandise. PARSELL PLUMBING has a complete line of plumbing fixtures by American Standard, Mansfield, and Eljer Briggs. The girls in the Home Ec. Room are privileged to use the appliances fur- nished by DELAPLANE APPLIANCES. .- gf? . I: . ,Q,MA,., . 6 . ' - A S--"ff 1 if are, ,sg M5325 3 f Fg,sgr,,g'3E.C- park 'W - saw afff -4"'i59- Q ., L tim , "r-"K"Q""', , A 616North Sandusky is the home and of- fice of RICHARD COURTAD, Real Estate Broker. Stop in at the W1-IARTON BANK in Wharton and find out about their high interest rates and dividends. JOHN H. NEATE INC. is the authorized dealer of Olds and Dodge cars and trucks. 301 N. Sandusky, Ph. 294-1953. For prompt claim service and depend- ability, no other company can match CASTANlEN'S INSURANCE AGENCY. J. L. FOUCHT QUARRY Best Wishes to the Class of I965 Crushed Stone for All Purposes, Including Agricultural Stone ELISE HARE Rural Route I, Upper REAL ESTATE BROKER Phone 294-261 I You can find Standard Oil products, tires, Top Value Stamps, car washing, and warm hospitality at GRAFMILLER'S SOHIO. PATRON PAGE STEINBAUGH'S GARAGE FORREST BACON HAVLIN HOTEL WILLIAM J. HUNTER RONALD EYESTONE J. C. MOREHART FOX'S GARAGE DAVID C. MASON JUDGE RUSSELL KEAR H. L. MASON JUDGE L. C. SCHOENBERGER C. A. NAUS IBO RUSSELL C. PRICE HAROLD ROTH R. H. STANSBERY FRED CASSEL PAUL BURSON THE U.S. COMMISSION COMPANY ll "l1'l X xi'.'i'f, p 3 L g 5 1 Builder's Supplies, Grains, Feeds, Seeds, Coal, Fertilizer and Flour Ashland Petroleum Products Upper Sandusky, Ohio Joe C. King, Mgr. McCu1'chenville Ph. 2312 294-2371 "We Aim fo Serve to Sell Again" 181 EMERAL D. PFEIF ER SALES AND SERVICE INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Parts Sales Service "Where to Buy Them" PF EIFER TRANSFER CG. TRUCKING--LIVESTOCK 206 N . Warpole 294-2367 ANNUAL AD STAFF SEATED: Jan Schnepp, Sue Ellen Smith, John Wanamaker, Business Manager, Tim Santschig Torn Creger, Pam Schoenberger, Karen Westerman. STANDING: Marcia McClain, Pat Logsdon, Sharon Theil, Rita Ulrich, Sylvia Bolyard Kathy Daulton, Bonnie I-Ialbedel, Linda Hasting. SENIOR ACTIVITIES JOHN AMERT Hi-Y 43 F.T.A. 3,45 Varsity U. 43 Football 2,3,43 Basketball 13 Intra- mural Basketball 3, 43 Scholar ship Team 4. FRED BALDUF Baseball Manager 3. MARTY BARTHO LOMEW Hi-Teens 2,3,43 F.T.A. 43 Marching Band 1, 23 Concert Band 1, 2, 33 Sr. Play lj Librarian 3, 4. DAVE BEARD Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 2,31 Brigadoon 23 Bowling 43 Bowling Team Captain 43 Choir Ensemble 3, 4. TIM BENNER Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4g PepBand 2, 33Dance Band 2, 33 Football 43 Bowling 2. BILL BLANKENSHIP Var sity U. 43 National Honor Society 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Basket- ball 1,2,3,43 Track 3,45 Class Vice- President 4. TOM BOOK F.F.A. 1, 2,33 Chorus 13 Orange and Black 2, 3, 43 Baseball Manager 43 F.F.A. Secretary 1. PATTY JO BOONE Charlotte, North Carolina, 1, 23 Hi- Teens 3,43 F.T.A. 3,43 Art Club 43 Tri-Masque 3,43 Thespians 4g Radio Club 43 National Honor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 43 Concert Choir 43 Orange and Black 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Class Secretary 4. RICHIE BOOTH Varsity U. 3, 43 Marching Band 1, 23 Concert Band 1, 23 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Brigadoon 23 Ten- nis 23 Choir Ensemble 3, 4. PATSY BOSLEY Hi-Teens 3, 43 F.N.A. 4. MIKE BOUCHER Clovis, New Mexico 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 43 Football 4. CARL BOWEN Thespians 3, 43 Thespian Vice- President 43 Chorus 13 Concert Choir 2, 3, 43 Brigadoon 23 Carnival 33 Sr. Play 43 Football 43 Choir Ensemble 3. SUE BOWERSOX Hi-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Tri- Masque 2, 3, 43 Thespians 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Sr. Play 4g Bowling 2,3,43 Student Director of Jr. Class Play. MARY BRYANT I-li-Teens 13 Stenography Club 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Concert Band 1, 2, 33 Chorus l. LINDA CAREY Hi-Teens' 33 F.H.A. 1,23 Chorus 1. LARRY CATTRAN 1 Hi-Y 23 Student Council 43 Tri -Masque 3, 43 Varsity U. 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Scholar ship Medal Winner 3, 43 Extra Curricular Speech43 Chorus 13 Concert Choir 2,3,43 Annual Staff 1,33 Brigadoon 23 Carnival 33 Here's Love 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Track 3, 43 Boys State 43 Choir Ensem- ble 2, 43 Scholarship Team 2, 4g Class Secretary l. JIM CHADWICK Varsity U. 43 Football 2, 3,4. DIN CHANCE DAVE CHEVALIER Fostoria, Ohio 1, 2, 33 Varsity U. 43 Track 4. GREG COMER National Honor Society 43 Concert Band 13 Scholarship Medal Winner 4. JIM CORFMAN I-li-Y 43 Varsity U. 2,3,43 Sr. Play 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 43 Baseball 1, 2. CHERYL COURTAD Hi-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1,23 Bowling 33 F.N.A. 4. SANDY COURTAD Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 F.N.A. 43 Tri- Masque 3,43 Thespians 43 Radio Club 43 Marching Band 1, 23 Concert Band 1, 2,3,43 Pep Band 1,43 Jr. Play 33 Sr. Play 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3. TOM CREGER Tri-Masque 43 Thespians 3,45 Thes- pian Treasurer 33 Public Address System 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Here's Love 43 Jr. Play 33 Sr. Play 4. ANDRE CRINER F.T.A. 43 Art Club 4g Tri-Masque 2, 3,43 Thespians 3,43 Radio Club 33 National I-lonor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 43 Marching Band 13 Concert Band 15 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Orange and Black 25 Carnival 35 Scholarship Team 2, 3. CHERYL CULVER Hi-Teens 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. President 45 F.H.A. Delegate5 Tri- Masque 45 Thespians 45 Radio Club 45 Office Girl. RAMONA CUPP Hi-Teens 15 F.H.A. 15 Pep Club 15 Chorus 1. KATHY DAULTON Hi-Teens l,2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Pep Club 1, 25 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Choir Ensemble 1. CLIFFORD DAVIS Hi-Y 45 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 35 Football 2, 3. CHERYL DeBOLT Hi-Teens 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 1, 2,35 Pep Club 25 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Choir Ensemble 1, 3. RUEBEN DeBOLT Hi-Y 3,45 Hi-Y President 45 Student Council 45 Student Council President 45 Varsity U. 3, 45 National Honor So- ciety 3, 45 National Honor Society Sec- retary-Treasurer 35 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2,35 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Boys State 35 Scholar- ship Team 1, 2, 3, 4. CONNIE DENNEY l-Ii-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3,45 Chorus 1. RENE DILLER Ashville, North Carolina, 1, 2, 3. JOHN ELEY Marching Band 15 Concert Band 15 Football 2. KAREN ELLIS Hi-Teens 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Art Club 45 Pep Club 15 Chorus 15 Sopho- more Choir 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Court 45 Track Court 15' Carnival. MIKE EMERINE Student Council 45 Varsity U. 45 Var- sity U. President 45 Chorus 15 Sopho- more Choir 25 jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. LOUIS EMICK Thespians 45 Marching Band 15 Con- cert Band 15 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 25 Sr. Play 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Bowling 25 Choir Ensemble. BILL EVANS Varsity U. 3, 45 Chorus 15 Football 15 Track 1, 2. DENNY EYESTONE I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Vice-President Varsity U. 2, 3, 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 45 Marching Band 15 Concert Band 1,25 Here's Love 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling 4. LINDA FIELD Marching Band 1, 25 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 . CONNIE FLECK Hi-Teens 2, 3,45 F.H.A. 45 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Annual Staff 45 Sr. Play 45 Office Girl 4. EDDIE FOX Varsity U. 45 Chorus 15 Bowling 25 Basketball Manager 3,45 Baseball Manager 3. ANN FRISCI-l Hi-Teens 2,3,45 F.N.A. 45 Pep Club 1, 25 Pep Club Secretary 25 Scholarship Medal Winner 35 Chorus 15 Bowling 3, 4. CARL GATCHELL Football 4. TOM GOTTFRIED F.F.A. 35 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Football 15 Track 1. JOHN GROSSMAN Hi-Y 15 Marching Band 1,2, 3,45 Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 15 Track 1, 25 Intramural Basketball 1, 2. MARY GROTH Hi-Teens 45 Stenography Club 45 Ste- nography Club Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 45 Scholarship Medal Wirmer 15 Office Girl 3, 4. SHIRLEY GUTHRIE F.H.A. DAVE HABLITZEL Sophomore Choir 25 Bowling 3, 4. PAM HARE F.T.A. 15 Stenography Club 45 Pep Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 25 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Solo and Ensem- ble Contest 15 Choir Ensemble 2, 35 Li- I brarian 3. JoHN HARMON F.T.A. 45 Thespians 3, 45 Public Ad- dress 45 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Brigadoon 25 Sr. Play 45 Tennis 35 Scholarship Team 1, 3, 4. MIKE HARMON F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. President 45 Student Council 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 Radio Club 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Extra Curricu- lar Speech 2, 35 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Orange and Black 25 Brigadoon 25 jr. Play 35 Choir Ensemble 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 2, 3. LINDA HASTING Hi-Teens 1, 2,3,45 Student Council 45 Stenography Club 45 Pep Club 15 Tri- Masque 45 Thespians 3,45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2,3, 45 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Brigadoon 25 Carnival 35 Here's Love 45 jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Bowling 25 Cheerleader 15 Homecoming Court 45 Track Court 35 Choir Ensemble 45 Hi-Teens Vice-President 45 Thespians Secretary 35 Class Secretary 35 Stu- dent Choir Director 45 Ohio Youth Choir. OPAL HEAV LIN Hi-Teens 3, 45 F.T.A. 1, 3,4. GARY HECKATHORN F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,45 F.F.A. Reporter 35 Chorus l5Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Here's Love 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 15 Base- ball 2, 3, 45 Choir Ensemble. MARSHA I-IEFNER Lima Senior High School 1,2,35 Hi- Teens 45 Stenography Club 4. LARRY HEMMERLY F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4. JEFF HICKINBOTHAM Public Address System 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3. BEV HIGGINS Student Council 45 Stenography Club 45 Stenography Club President 45 Pep Club 25 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Bowl- ing 45 Office Girl 4. DAVE HOOPES Hi-Y 15 Bowling 3. JANICE HOTELLING F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON HOTELLING F.H.A. 2. JANE HULL Hi -Teens 45 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3, 4. MIKE HUTCHINSON CHARLES KARCHER F.F.A. l, 2,3,4. JOHN KARG Public Address 45 Varsity 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 35 Chorus 15 Orange and Black 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Mascot 35 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON KARG Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Thes- pians 45 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Orange and Black 45 Here's Love 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Choir Ensemble 3. CAROL KENNEDY Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH KERR F.F.A. 3,45 Chorus 1. KATHY KIEFFER Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Brigadoon 25 Here's Love 45 Sr. Play 45 Bowling 3, 4. TOM KIESS Varsity U. 1, 2, 3, 45 Extra Curricular Speech 45 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Carnival 35 Here's Love 45 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Intramural Basketbal-13, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir Ensemble 4. MARILYN KIN F.H.A. 13 Pep Club 25 Sophomore Choir 25 Bowling 4. BOB KIRCHNER Varsity U. 3, 45 National Honor So- ciety 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 45 Marching Band 15 Concert Band 15 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. MIKE KLEIN . ' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. RONALD KLEINLEIN Hi-Y 3,45 F.T.A. 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Bowling 2, 3, 4. JAN KOEHLER Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3,4, F.H.A. 4, Tri- Masque 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 4, Chorus 1, Concert Choir 2, 3, 4, Brigadoon 2, Sr. Play 4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Bowling Captain 3. MICHELLE KOEHLER Hi-Teens 2, 4, F.N.A. 4, F,N.A. President 4, Student Council 4, Student Council Treasurer 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 2. RON KUENZLI Hi-Y 4, National Honor Society 4, Cho- rus l, Sophomore 2, Basketball 1, Bowling 2, 3, 4. SANDI KUENZLI Hi-Teens 1, 2,3,4, F.N.A. 4, F.N.A. Vice-President, Extra Curricular Speech 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 2, Concert Choir 3, 4, Orange and Black 3, 4, Orange and Black Assistant Editor. JIM KUMMERER F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity U. 4, Tennis 3, 4. SHARON KUMMERER I-li-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, Pep Club 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 'Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE LANDVERSICHT Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club l,2, Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 1. KEITH LANE Varsity U. 2, 3, 4, Varsity U. Vice- President 4, Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 2, Football 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. JUDY LANKER LARRY LARICK ROBERT LEE Hi-Y 2, 3,4, H-Y Chaplain 4, Tri- Masque 4, Thespians 3,4, Varsity U. 2, 3, 4, Varsity U. Secretary 4, Chorus 1, Concert Choir 2, 3,4, Brigadoon 2, Carnival 3, Here's Love 4, Solo and Ensemble 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, Track 1,2,3,4, Choir Ensem- ble 2, 4. DAN LEIGHTY F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Secretary 4, Football 3, 4. SANDY LINK Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Stenography Club 4, Stenography Club Secretary 4, Pep Club 1, Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 2, Orange and Black 3, 4, Bowling 4, Choir Ensemble 2. TERESA LOGSDON F.T.A. 3, 4, Student Council 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club President 4, Tri- Masque 3, 4, Thespians 4, Scholarship Medal Winner 1, Chorus 1, Concert Choir 4, Orange and Black 4, Here's Love 4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, Track Queen 4, Scholarship Team 1. JOYCE LOVERICH Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Tri-Masque 3, 4, Thespians 4, Radio Club 4, Marching Band 1, 2, Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3, Concert Choir 4, Here's Love 4, Homecoming Court 4, Art Club Treasurer 4. MARTHA LOZANO Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Chorus 1, Jr. Play 3. WENDA MAC LAREN I-li-Teens 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 4, Tri-Masque 3, 4, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 1, 2, 4, Editor 4, Prom Co- Chairman. CHARLINE MCCLAIN F.T..A. 4, Chorus 1,2, Librarian 3. KATHLEEN MCDANIEL F.T.A. 1,2,3, F.N.A. 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA McDANNEL Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3,'Pep Club 2, Tri-Masque 3, 4, Thespians 4, Radio Club 4, Chorus 1, Annual Staff 4, Annual Staff Treasurer 4, St. Play 4. SUE MEWHORTER Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Tri-Masque 2,3, 4, Thespians 4, Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, March- ing Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1, 2, Sopho- more Choir 2, Concert Choir 3, 4, Here's Love 4, Sr. Play 4, Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Choir Ensem- ble 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Girl 3, Class Treasurer 2, Ohio Youth Choir 3, Tri- Masque Executive Committee 2. JANET MILLER Hi-Teens 2, 3,4, F.N.A. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Sr. Play 4. KATHY MILLER I-Ii-Teens 43 F.T.A. 3,43 Tri-Masque 3,43 Tri-Masque Treasurer 43 Thes- pians 3, 4g Radio Club 43 Chorus lg Con- cert Choir 2,3,43 Brigadoon 23 Car- nival 33 Solo and Ensemble Contest3 Choir Ensemble 1, 4. PAUL MILLER RICHARD MILLER F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4. SANDY MILLER Hi-Teens 3, 43 F.H.A. 43 Stenography Club 43 Pep Club 2, 33 Chorus 13 Sopho- more Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest l. STEVE MILLER Art Club 3. KAREN MOORE F.H.A. 13 Pep Club 13 Marching Band l, 2, 33 Concert Band 1, 2, 3. BARB MOSSBRUGGER Hi-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 43 Pep Club lg Chorus lg Orange and Black 3,43 Sr. Play 43 Bowling 3, 43 Bowling Team Captain3 Librarian. JEFF MOUSER Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Track 13 Bowling 1, 2, 4. DENNY MYERS Student Council 13 Varsity U. l, 2, 3, 4 3 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Basket- ball 1, 2, 43 Golf 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 43 Class President l. JIM MYERS Art Club 3, 4. TERRY NANCE Hi-Y 43 F.T.A. 3,43 Varsity U. 3,43 Annual Staff 33 Basketball l, 23 Baseball 13 Tennis 2,3,4. MARTHA NEEL Hi-Teens 3, 43 F.H.A. 43Pep Club 2, 3g Chorus 1. SUE NUTTER Hi-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3,43 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Bowling League Secre- tary. SUR ORIANS Hi-Teens 1, 23 F.N.A. 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 2. JOHN PARSELL National Merit Scholarship Commen- dation. BUTCH PATCHET Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 4. BOB BFLEIDER F.F.A. l,2,3,43 F.F.A. Secretary 23 WALTER PHILLIPS NANCY PIERSON Kenton, Ohio 1, 2, 33 Hi-Teens 43 F.H.A. 4. RON POOL Thespians 3, 43 Public Address System 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Con- cert Choir 3,41 Brigadoon 23 Sr. Play 4. DAVID POWELL Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 4. CAROL RICE Hi-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 43Pep Club l, 23 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 13 Choir Ensemble 3. FRED RICHARDSON Thespians 3, 43 Concert Band l, 2, 33 Sr. Play 4g Football l, 2, 3. DORIS RIEDLINGER Stenography Club 43 Pep Club 23 Chorus lg Sophomore Choir 23 Solo and Ensem- ble Contest 2. SUSAN RIFE Hi-Teens 33 F.H.A. 13 Art Club 3,4Q Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 33 Orange and Black 33 Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 23 Bowling 4. BARB RITTERSPACH I-Ii-Teens 1, 2, 3,43 Hi-Teens Execu- tive Committee 33 Student Council 43 Pep Club l, 23 Thespians 43 National Honor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 2,43 Extra Curricular Speech 43 Marching Band 1,23 Concert Band 1, 23 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 4g Concert Choir As- sistant Director 43 Carnival 33 Here's Love 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 13 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Court 43 Track Court 23 Choir Ensem- ble 3, 43 Ohio Youth Choir 3, 43 Music Council 13 Music Council Secretary 4. KAY RITTERSPACH Hi-Teens l, 2, 3,43 F.T.A. 43 March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,42 Orange and Black 3, 43 .Majorette 2, 3, 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 2. LINDA ROSS Hi-Teens 2,3,43 Hi-Teens Executive Committee 2, 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. Vice -President 35 Student Council 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque Vice- President 3, President 45 Marching Band 1, 25 Concert Band 1, 25 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Assistant Editor 45 Brigadoon 25 Carnival 35 Choir Ensem- ble 45 Scholarship Team 45 All-Chio Youth Choir 35 Solo and Ensemble Con- test 1. KAREN ROSSEL F.N.A. 45Marching Band 1, 25 Concert 1, 2, 3. NANCY ROSZMAN ' Chorus 1: Sophomore Choir 2. SAM ROSZMAN F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Reporter 35 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Football 2, 3. JEFF ROTH l-Ii-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Treasurer 45 F.T.A. 2,3,45 Art Club 45 Tri-Masque 3,45 Thespians 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Varsity U. 2, 3, 45 Extra Curricular Speech 45 Con- cert Band 15 Concert Choir 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Brigadoon 25 Carnival 35 Here's Love 45 Sr. Play 45 Football 15 Golf 1, 2,35 Bowling 45 Choir Ensemble 45 Music Council. LYNN ROTHLISBERGER F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1. LINDA ROWE Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Stenography Club 45 Stenography Club Correspondence Secretary 45 Pep Club 25 Pep Club Treasurer 25 Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Carnival 35 Sr. Play 25 Solo and Ensemble Con- test 15 Choir Ensemble 3. DIANE RUSSELL Hi-Teens 1, 2,3,45 F.T.A. 45 Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Honor Society Vice-President 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 25 Annual Staff 15 Bowling 35 Girls State 3. SUE ANN SAMS Hi-Teens l,2,3,45 F.T.A. 45 Thes- pians 45 Marching Band 1, 25 Concert Band 1,-2, 35 Ir. Play 35 Bowling 4. TIM ,SANTSCHI Student Council 45 Tri-Ma sque 4 5 Thes- pians 2, 3, 45 Thespians President 45 Varsity U. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Honor Society President 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Orange and Black 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Annual Business Manager 45 Brigadoon 2 5 Carnival 35 Jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Tennis 3, 45 Boys State 35 Choir Ensemble 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 45 Scholar- ship Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Co-Chairman 3. DAN SCHERTZER Chorus 15 Sophomore Choir 25 Bowling 3. IAN SCHNEPP Hi-Teens 2,3,45 Tri-Masque 2, 3,45 Thespians 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Sophomore 25 Brigadoon 25 Carnival 35 Cheerleader 15 Band Ma- jorette 2, 3, 4. GARY SCHOENBERGER Varsity U. 3, 45 National Honor So- ciety 3,45 Scholarship Medal Winner 45 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1,2,3,45 Choir Ensemble 2,45 Scholarship Team 4. PAM SCHOENBERGER Hi -Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens Treasurer 45 F.N.A. 45 F.N.A. Secretary 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Thespians 3, 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, Sophomore Choir 25 Concert Choir 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Solo and Ensemble Contest 15 Scholarship Team 2, 3, 45 Class Secre- tary 3. TOM SHEAFFER Student Council 45 Student Council Vice-President 45 F.F.A. 1,2, 3,45 F.F.A. President 45Varsity U. 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Scholarship Medal Winner 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice -President 3. BILL SHEELEY Football 1, 25 Track 2, 3, 4. LINDA SIPE TOM SLEMMER Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Concert Choir 25 Scholar ship Team 2. BEVE SMITH Hi-Teens l,2,3,43 Student Council 43 Student Council Secretary 43 Pep Club I, 2, 33 Pep Club Treasurer 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 43 Orange and Black 3, 43 Orange and Black Assistant Editor 4g Bowling 3, 43 Girls State 3. JIM SMITH Varsity U. 3, 4g Football l, 2, 3, 4. KATHY SMITH Hi-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. 43 Pep Club 13 Tri-Masque 43 Thespians 3,43 Chorus I3 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert 3,43 Brigadoon 23 Carnival 33 Here's Love 43 Sr. Play 43 Solo and Ensem- ble Contest 13 Bowling 3,43 Cheer- leader I, 2, 3, 43 Choir Ensemble l, 2, 3, 4. BARB SPELLERBERG Hi-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 23 Thespians 43 Librarian 3g Jr. Play Student Direc- tor 3. BOB SPENCE Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 4. BOB STAGGER Hi-Y 3, 43 Football I3 Librarian 2. KAREN STANSBERRY Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Thespians 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 4g Marching Band 1, 2, 3,43 Concert Band 1, 2,3,43 Pep Band 2, 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43Brigadoon 23 Here's Love 43 Vocal Ensemble Contest I3 Choir Ensemble 3, 43 Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, 4. JOE STEINER Varsity U. 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Dance Band 3g Chorus I3 Sophomore Choir 2g Concert Choir 3g Annual Staff 43 Carnival 33 Solo and Ensemble Con- test 43 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Choir Ensemble 2, 3, 43 All-Ohio Band 4. ANDY STEPHAN Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf 23 Bowling 1, 4. JANE STILLBERGER Riverdale High School l, 2, 33 Hi -Teens 4g F.H.A. 43 Concert Choir 43 Sr. Play 43 Bowling 4. JOHN STOBER F.F.A. l,2,3,43 F.F.A. Sentinel 3. IB9 CHERYL STUMPP Hi-Teens I, 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4. KATHI STURGEON Hi-Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 23 Tri- Masque 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Radio Club 43 Extra Curricular Speech 3,43 Chorus lj Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Orange and Black 2, 3, 43 Brigadoon 2 3 Carnival 33 Here's Love 43 Sr. Play 43 Solo and Ensemble Con- test I3 Science Club l, 2,3, 4. BOB SWARTZ F.F.A. 1,2,3,4Q F.F.A. Treasurer3 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 33 Track 1, 23 Class Treasurer 1. CLARA SWARTZ Hi-Teens 13 F.H.A. 3, 4g Art Club 3, 4g Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Bowling 3, 4. EVELYN SWART Z Hi-Teens 43 F.T.A. 43 Stenography Club 43 Sr. Play 43 Office Girl 4. ROSALIE SWEIGARD F.l-I.A. l, 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2,3,43 Majorette 3, 4. BEV SWERLEIN Hi-Teens l,2,3, 43 F.N.A. 43 F.N.A. Treasurer 43 Tri-Masque 3,4j Radio Club 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3,43 Con- Cert Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 1, 43 Here's Love 43 Track Court 43 Majorette 2, 33 Head Majorette 43 Band Queen 4. CAROL SWINEHART Hi-Teens 2,3, 43 F.l-l.A. I, 23 Pep Club 2. KATHY TEAL Newark High School 1, 2, 3. DAVE THIEL F,F.A. 2,3,4. DIANE THIEL Hi-Teens 33 Stenography Club 43 Pep Club 23 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 2. 3 KENNETH THIEL F.F.A. 2,3, 4. SHARON THIEL Hi-Teens 2,3,4Q Pep Club 1,2Q Tri- Masque 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Thespians Secretary 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 13 Concert Choir 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Carnival 3g Sr. Play 43 Bowling 3, 43 Science Club 13 Choir En- semble 43 Scholarship Team 1,2, 3,43 DAR Award 4. JERRY THOMAS F.F.A. 1, 23 Football 1. JACK TIMMONS Hi-Y 23 Varsity U. 1, 2,3, 43 Chorus 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2. BONNIE LEE TRAXLER Stenography Club 43 Chorus 1, 2. DENNY T REASE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 23 Tri-Masque 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Varsity U. 2, 3, 43 Extra Curricular Speech 43 Jr. Play 33 Sr. Play 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Class President 2. JIM TROUP Thespians 2,3,43 Varsity U. 2,3,43 National Honor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 1,2,3,43 Concert Band 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Annual Staff 33 Brigadoon 23 Carnival 33 Here's Love 43 Sr. Play 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest lg Football 1, 2, 3g Basketball 13 Baseball 13 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Choir Ensemble 3, 43 Ohio Youth Choir 33 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. JIM ULRICH Hi-Y 3,43 Art Club 1, 2, 3,43 Art Club Secretary 43 Varsity U. 3,43 Concert Band 1, 2,33 Here's Love 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball lg Golf 2, 33 Tennis 43 Bowling 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 4. RITA ULRICH Hi -Teens 2, 3, 43 Hi-Teens Secretary 43 Student Council 3, 43 Stenography Club 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 43 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orange and Black 2, 3, 43 Orange and Black Editor 33 Annual Staff 1, 43 Sr. Play 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 3, 43 Girls State 33 Class Treasurer 4. MARY ALICE VENT Pep Club 1, 23 National Honor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Solo and Ensemble Contest 13 Bowling 43 Choir Ensemble 13 Scholar- ship Team 2. BOB WAGNER F.T.A. 3,43 F.F.A. 1, 2,4Q Tri- Masque 43 Thespians 43 Radio Club 4g Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2,3, 43 Here's Love 43 Sr. Play 4g Bowling 4. TOM WAGNER DUFFY WALTON Student Council 3g Varsity U. 2, 3,43 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 13Sophomore Choir 23 Football 23 Track 2, 33 Class President 33 Scholarship Team 3, 4. Ron WALTON F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4. JOHN WNANMAKER Student Council 43 Thespians 2, 3, 43 Public Address System 3, 43 Public Address Club President 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Scholarship Medal Winner 2,3, 43 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Jr. Play 33 Sr. Play 43 Class President 4. JOYCE WARD Hi -Teens 1, 2, 3, 43Ste110graphy Club 43 Pep Club 13 National Honor Society 43 Scholarship Medal Wirmer 1, 2, 3,43 Chorus 13 Orange and Black 43 Bowling 43 Office Girl 43 Stenography Club Vice- President 4. MARY WEAVER Hi-Teens lg Art Club 3, 43 Pep Club 13 Chorus 13 Sophomore Choir 3. LARRY WESTERMAN 3 Scholarship Medal Winner 1, 23 Chorus 23 Sophomore Choir 2. BILL WILEY F.F.A. 13 Chorus lj Football 13 Base- ball lg Librarian 1. BILL WOOD Hi-Y 43Thespians 43 Varsity U. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 13 Here's Love 43 Sr. Play 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1. GARY YOUNG - VarsityU. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 13 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3,43 Baseball 2,3,43 Science Club 13 Class Vice-President 2. 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