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L3 4, 'wp' 'an is I I, F I QI 4 I -'ug -' I .-I . .1 ,al K I Y . - 1 I I- 1 ' I' u f.'....:.. -.wg-4' - vp ., . fl:-1-'HI I .,g,I II',.uI. II ""L'f-'f"g1 3 .QA K I 14 l fT?..A......af.'.s.vaix ' . .. L !II..'v.- ,. Q Xe E, 'sf 32 .4 AQ, f' Af, f "1 fa ,H . ex 'gb ,Ns if at K ' I W H- '1,.g.,,. - gi 1 , Y In 5 r. ll' 1 h .-5 waz' Q' ' 4' N 'sf' is .. . V RW. ,W e ' N. Seniors Underclassmen Sports Advertisements - Opening - FGCUHY Activities - Hi-Lites fa- .,, SY' Q W 4 .-4 lf'-.:,,w.. J f 51,5 H' " " H ,,,. f f.gS J HN ,hjfzf Xsj Auf. w wx l w.g1t:g gf , ag x1,4"' J, i X ,QQ 55 I wi- ,J 'if 1. ' K F gi.-' 4 ' ' ,df ,f .ff 4, , ff '-"f' 1' I 'Zi ,AX 5, V . 1 v 5 1 4 5 Dedication Faculty Dedication: The Students of Upper Sandusky Senior High School Thank All of the Teachers for Their Sincere Interest in All of the Students. 7 iii? NX . 'Yx'.',. '1 .fs -A T X SP' 'Q y, I vs, Q N" 15 as "".. '41 . 4 .hh NM 1 - "'5. gwv ,Ns " . xx.. MX x.,-Q . . 'rs Q K4 .. f Y . 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'pa' 'Y f 5' I '. n I r A 1: f A , V-" 1 F f ' f ' 1 1 J J 7 - '- x Y .135 .3-W Tw' 6' PP V, .A . ra., 1 1. Y - ' VVQ 24 - f ' I nw-4, t' I rr 'WW ' . -.-' --5 " q X 'Q If 'Ls I sv: 4' if K+, rf? " A 1- i " A - . ,. -kill' 1 . .wi I --n., ,N VW' L f , -2: ' ' - in-.. " - AR V ' 'VL "Rav, A '1 ,SA 93 ' --.N.1,., U 3 1 I 15, President Gus Corfman Vice President .lerry Taylor Treasurer Lynn Gottfried Secretary Nancy Barick SEN I ORS Christine Armstrong Nancy Barber Patricia Barth Carolyn Bower EL Q "' of . Thomas Baker Robert Bardon David Bils Jerry Bower Nancy Barick Edward Barth THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT Sylvia Bolyaxd Regina Bowling Janet Borkosky Susan Breski A . Y. .. K A '.'i .QS15 g I2 Vx, iQ Vonice Brinson Junior Class Officers Sharon Clark Paulette Cottrell Mary Ann Brown Edwin Clinger Dorwin Couch I3 Sue Carroll Roberta Case Martha Coates Connie Courtad William Carrothexs Jane Clark Dale Dorfman Marcia Com-tad 1 f, Stanley Courtad William Dirmeyer Tim Everett Donna F eeley Daniel DeBo1t Thomas Eippert Carolyn Feeley Michael Feuerstein Dodge DeBo1t Barbara Dible Michael Ekleberry Linda Elliott Guess who? ? ? David Fox Sharon Fritchie I4 Barbara Gerber Janice Getz Lynn Gottfried Stephan Gottfried Ram Team Spirit Bonnie Halbedel Cheryl Hannibal if i e Patri ci a. Gi llen Gary Gregory Nancy Hare Barbara Heckathorn 'Qlf Allan Goodman John Groth Arden Heckathom Robert Hecker I5 7 k 5 ,ZA , -A James Heilman Scott Hensel Jean Horn Rena J evas Barbara Hemmerly Mickey Hettich Marsha Householder Betty Johns Janice Hickman Muriel Hoover Patrick Huffman Daniel Karg A bus ride home Michael Hurley Dexter Kelly g a: ..:- -:fi ., ,n.,, -e X. J' 5 , :S ,V ee oo 'mr 16 Sue Kerr Jerry King To the library for term papers. Patrick Landversicht Russel Larick Patricia Logsdon Edwin Long Jean Kirchner James Kotterman David Leightey Teresa Loverich nw: Linda Knepper Robert Kuenzli Michael Logsdon John McCa11ister I7 Marci a McC lain Michael McKee Phyllis Miller Donald Mohre Terry McClain J ames Martin Ronald Miller Robert Mooney N , .cl 11 S 5, 2 YY 18 Karen McCray Nancy Melroy Sandra McDaniel Sherry Messmer Senior Hall Gossip fBoysQ Thomas Needs Jack Newman Susan Nickless Rebecca Nordyke Dennis Niederkohr Robert Nutter Senior Hall Gossip fGir1sj Kathleen Osbom Elaine Pfeifer I9 Kenneth Niederkohr Linda Nye Michael Pfeifer Judy Ratliff Richard Niederkohr Yvonne Ori ans Carol Phillips Steven Reber 'Xl-har Junior Richardson Jeffrey Rinehart Kathy Richardson Donald Robertson Robin Rome Donna Rose Shirley Sayre Sue Scheck Steven Rob ey Linda Rodgers Seniors help on picture day Barbara Rushing Mary Russell Emily Schilling Mary Schindler i W, LX Darlene Shambaugh Dianna Sherman First snowfall of '66 Erleen Smith Sue Ellen Smith James Smith Susan Smith 2l Don Shuster Mary Sipe Judith Smith Patricia Snyder Y 4 ig 2 'fi ar gg, Jerry Sipe John Smalley Raymond Smith Wayne Snyder l Janis Spitler Joe Strasse:- Robert Sweigard Linda Swihart Bernard Spyker Teresa Steinbaugh Martin Still Ruth Sturgeon Irrrga Swartz Paula. Swartz J oyc e Swi nhart J erry Taylor Carolyn Thiel Connie Thiel t g ai Carolyn Thomas Robbe Trachsel larry Thorton Patricia Tucker Leisure at lunchtime Kenneth Vehrs Janice Wagner 23 Ruth Ann Thiell Beverly Van Horn Evangeline We aver Karen Westerman Sue Tilton Robert Van Scoit Sheila Wells Gloria Wi lburn Q 4 S. gl Rig Ag - :,, .V ln- D ,Q .. , .. . CT N 'K Richard Wolfrom Andrew Wines Raymond Wright Virgil Wright 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. iii? X 1 Neal Yomig Marcia Zimmerman Preview to homecoming 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. Who studies? ! X Student Council at Christmas Pep C lub Practice ia.-1, L in 653: s5,",,,,s 'Q I' g A-Y 2 - Y -...... 4. 65 wi S -K 'L-rm :HQ FA CULTT Superintendent Mr. Smith resides at 232 Elm Drive. He is a member of John Stewart Methodist Church and Upper Sandusky Ro tary Club. Mr. Smith has held various positions as teacher and principal in high schools throughout Ohio. 28 Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Boa rd of Education Robert Troup has been a board member for thirteen years. Hall is a new board member replacing Mr. David Needs. Robert Hickinbotham is an active member of the board for Justin I-Iollanshead is sewing his third year. Smith, Superintendent. Karl Gerber is sewing his eighth year on the board. Morris Kuenzli is serving his seventeenth year on the board. the third year rf -St 29 Principal--Mr. Lee A. Kirkland Our principal, Mr. Lee A, Kirkland, has again done an ex- cellent job in conducting our school this year. From the class of '66, goes a big "thanks" to our principal for his interest and assistance. 30 Dean of Boys and Girls Mr. Faulkner, Mrs. Witzel Guidance Counselor Mr. Karikas Secretary Mrs. Lydy Librarian Miss Matteson 31 Mr. Swartz English Mrs. Borton English Mrs. Kinley English Mrs. Diller English Miss Neumeister English Mrs. Gottfried Mrs. Parsell English Mrs. Cemmill English 8: Speech he If Mr. Fleem an Mathematics Mrs. Burnett Mathematics Mr. McCutchen Mathematics Mx. Swartz Mathematics Mr. Faulkner Physical Education Mrs. Witzel Physical Education Mr. Fisher Physical Education and Drivers' Education S515 51551 z aff 5311 4 Mr. Neiswander Chemistry and Physics Mr. Hood Biology Mr. Buckholz Scie nce Mr. Koenig Business Educ ation Mr. McCurdy Business Education Mr. White Business Education Miss Imhoff Choir Mr. Sunderman Band W Mr. Riegle World History Mr. Faulkner American Government Mr. Royer American History M.r. Scherger American Govemment Mrs. Schrock Ameri can History Mrs. Cunningham Home Economics Mrs. Frederick Home Economics Mr. Criner Foreign Language Mrs. Tucker Foreign Language Mrs. Schrock Foreign Language Mr. Borton Practical Arts Mr. Bishop Practical Arts Mr. Hissong Practical Arts Mr. Gottfried Practical Arts Cafeteria Staff Q Mrs. Stuart Hollanshead, Mrs. Oscar Laudenslager, Mrs. Charles Young, Miss Lucille Barber, Mrs. Richard Miller, Mrs. Keith Hotelling, Mrs. Lawrence Hotelling, Mrs. Byron Swartz, Mrs. Fred Young. Supervisor i Mrs. George Denman i Planning the menus and co- ordinating the cafeteria staff, is a small part of Mrs. Denman's job. 36 Custodians M J h Mr. Spitler, Mr. Secoy. Absent: Mr. T Bus Drivers 37 nO-ZCH m7oOZOI'w:0m Zyglmn-nz:-n PRES. ,gf i 3 2 L ,SQ35 LJ J -N , 3' H Dan Nieferkohr Anoy Koehler Kim McDaniel Class Officers V. PRES. SEC. TREA. Rebbie Schnepp . - :bfi 4 3 M MVN 5 13,12 , 4 Q Tm gym? ew 2 ME -HSV X ll- . - e A Jim Gottfried Jeff Eier Vicki McAllister Shari Grossman Debbie Hastings ' ---i E -iii i 'Q 'il E , l f? Tom Bell Phil Orians Dave Brooks 38 UNDER CLA SSMEN Judy Ahrens Barb Albert Ron Albert Doug Armstrong Carol Arnold Fred Amold Connie Barrett Jesse Barth Carolyn Bastel Christine Bauer Don Beaschler Steve Beidelschies Tom Bell Carol Binau Doug Binau Lloyd Blackburn Cynthia Bohlen Ruth Bolyard Dennis Book Lyle Boucher Ron Brady Mary Ann Brown Rosetta Brown Scott Case Ed Chevalier Dan Clark Jim Clark Judy Courtad Mike Courtad Jane Creger Fred Culver Randall Cupp Becky DeBolt Doug Diebert Dan Durkin Steve Eatherton Mark Eley Steve Emerine Tom Eyestone Bill Failor Joyce Feeley Kathy Fleck few 1 gf - f -f , xr li' rl' My as . 3 M 1 or , I 'Qi rise'-2 e- 35 , .... ,,.. ' 'V V' v, X, M N 'Him . Beth Fox Vera Frey Ruth Ann 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 Dave Harsh Larry Heffelfinger Carolyn Hehr Dave Hines Chris Huffman Katherine I-lull Pat Hurley Jane Iles Dennis J aqueth Cathy Johnson Doris Jones Don Kail Dick Kear Nancy Kemmerley Cheryl Kimmel Dan Kin Teresa Kin Ann Kinley Pat Kinley Carolyn Knapp Diana Kneppex' Cheryl Koehler Mike Koehler Darla Kolarik Chris Krock Bemie Kuenzli Jane Landversicht Bill Landersicht Tom LaRowe Karry Jo Lash Kathy Lear Virginia Lear Steve Leeth Dean Leighty Don Liles Phil Lagsdon Mike Lucas Larry Lumberson Vicki McAllister Richard McCo11y Bob McDonald Joanne: Margraf Tom Martin Dianna Mays Nance Mewhorter Steve Mewhorter Deanna Miller Mike Miller Sharon Miller Charles Montgomery Denny Moore Pam Moore Dan Moses Darlene Moses Mike Mosman Rick Mowery Tom Mundy Jim Neumeister Torn Newman Dean Nickless Dan Niederkohr Diane Oates Mike Oney Sandy Orians Van Orians Mary Kay Osborn Denny Pagnard Marsha Pai-sell Judy Predmore gg. i '- J X 1 X, Q .. 4. ww ki .,9a-.K Q Q 'il s R XS Mike Pugh Mark Reed Pam Richardson Linda Ritter Monte Rome Debby Romich Peggy Rooper Larry Ross Eugene Rozman Joe Rozman Mike Rothlisberger Jim Rowse Judy Rowse Margaret Rowse Larry Ruth Pat Sanderson Becky Schmidt Darlene Schmidt Rebbie Schnepp Barb Schoenberger John Sebenolar Darlene Shaffer Lawrence Shepherd Cynthia Sherry Linda Shuler Jeff Smith Jeff Smith Lal-' em Smith La.Vern Smith Wilma Smith Jerry Spence Tom Spitler John Sprague Diane Stansberry Linda Stansberry Norman Stansberry Gary Steinbaugh Mark Stephan Le ahn Still Sharon Strub Karen Swinehart Tom Taylor Mike Thiel Bob Thiel Carl Thomas Coleen Timmons Bev Tivenan Sue Trachsel Dave Ulrich Jack Ulrich Gary Vent Chris Walton Margie Ward Jim Welly Steve West Bill Whittaker Roger Wilson Robert Wilson Bob Wolf David Wolfe Mike Wright Don Yeater Steve Yochem Gloria Young Louis Armstrong Mary Hartman Jim King Junior Activities Junior Class Play. Girls' State Representatives Boys' State Representatives i 45 Radio Club. Making Money for the Jr.-Sr. Prom George Allen Bonnie Baker Debra Baldwin Jane Bastel Kate Bils Dan Binau Judy Blackburn Rosy Blackbum Bruce Book Sharon Boucher Don Bower Evilue Bower Jane Bower Beverly Bowman J im Bricely Candy Brown Janice Brown Carey Carey Patsy Carter Charlene Cassel Diane Claybaugh Sheryl Clements David Clinger Nancy Clinger Jim Conley Berford Couch Eddie Crawford Bob Culver ' Richard Cupp Barb Curlis Bill Deal Rod Dean Tom DeBolt Tom Dillion Barb Eier Jim Ellis Charles Ellsworth Mark Emptage Bob England Bill Evam Cindy Everett Tom Eyestone Q uf .iso 1. vf U U' +4 Ps fs cg sf L- 1 .K s J 4 , 5 sk xg , r Q X5 MQ" is - - . if r h 2 we Q X if if A X X 1 .W hoa 2 5 Judy Foreman Sherry Franklin Don Frisch Chris Gamber Bonnie Giles Bill Gillen Jerry Gillen Jim Gottfried Bev Gregory Deanna Hannible Steve Harr Steve Hart Delores I-Ieavlin Rachel Higgins Tom Hill David Hogan Randy Hogan Lee Hollanshead Randy Hoover Wanda Hom Jim I-Iouser Kathy Huffman Tim Huffman Sue Hutchinson Eva Mae Iden Clifton Johns Jim Johnson Marslyn Johnson Doug Jordon Dale Karg Debra Kauble Bill Kear Dave Kin Shirley Kin Jeff King Andy Koehler Dottie Kuenzli Mike Kuenzli Becky Larick f' Frank Larick Gary Leeth John Lenhart 1 Ann Leser Sharon Lodgson Mike Lortz Mark Lozano Marlene Mays Ted McCallister Bonnie McCol1y Barb McDaniel Marcia McDaniel Steve McKee Jim Mennigan Marilyn Messmer Bud Miller Don Miller Jim Miller Parn Miller Nancy Milum Dan Moll Joyce Montgomery Dick Morris Keith Morris John Myers Ron Newell Harold Newman Bill Newman Phil Orians Rita Orians Dean Passet Wilma Perry Kathy Pierson Dan Quail Sue Rall Jean Robey Vincent Rodriquez Charles Rowman Jane Roszman Jim Roszrnan Jeff Russel Daryl Schoenberger Jill Schoenberger Kathy Schoenberger Roger Schoenberger J' kb , fe 'wi-an ii' 1 4 gm , 4 , . ,J--,f , ,, yew . . ,, ,E ' jg: I F . E Q ,N L - A ' :,:: y Q, X32 it axis iv 3 F xr 3 I 1 3 is v iii 49 Teresa Shaffer Connie Shuherk Jim Sipe Sue Slemmer Joy Smith Sue Smith Jean Soule Dan Stansberry Jeff Stansberry Marcia Stansberry Phil Stansberry Carol Stax-ner Marsha Swartz Ron Swartz Roxanna Swavel Janice Swinehart Bob Sturgeon Kathy Theil Sandy Tiel Edwin Thornhill Joyce Trautwein Dave Troup Dick Ulrich John Ulrich Bill Vanl-Iom Jeanne Vaugn Tom Vent Harold Voorheis Charles Watson Sam Weaver Kathy Westerman Steve Wilburn Mark Wines Selma Wood Barb Wright Pat Yeater Linda Yoder Carol Critchfield Bonnie McCo11y Harold Newman Debbie Kauble Larry Leeth Vicky Sandridge Jim Weaver Peg Shuster Our Reserve Cheerleaders Bonnie our Sophomore Majorette The Reserves - 50 Reserves in Action Reserves at Pep Assembly Mark at the Hurdles Sophomores at School 5 I Jean Ahrens Betty Altvater Fred Altvater Manuel Amesquita Roxanne Armstrong Doug Arnold Gary Baker John Bardon Jim Barth Becky Barth Sandy Barth Bruce Be idelschies Linda Beidelschies Andra Bell Kathy Benner Steve Benner Sam Bennett Sue Bennett Bernie Bils Dirk Binau Mary Binau Dave Bohlen Dan Brady Mike Bricley Dave Brooks Mary Ellen Byrnes Cathy Cassel Derinda Chadwick Sue Cook Charles Courtad Chris Courtad Linda Clabaugh Kay Clark Rachel Cupp Gerri Davidson Dennis DeTray Tina Dillon Harry Dingus Jeff Eier Tom Eingle Ken Eklebery Faye Elliott em X' NE Jon Everrett Peggy Eyestone Jean Failor Linda Farrow Ronald Farrow Janet Fetters Janet Fredericks Kathy Frey Debra Gamer Ronald Gottfried Dan Griffin Alan Griswold Jeff Grossman Roger Hall Denny Hare Peggy Hare Debby Hasting Carol Hecathorn Linda Hecker Doug Hensel Rose Hooper Barbara Hotelling James Hull Phyllis Karcher Charles Karg Rosalie Karg Rex Kear Robert Kiess Debbie Kinley Kathy Kinley Keith Koehler Mike Koehler Toni Kolarik Amy Kraus Lynn Kuenzli Mary Kuenzli Sandra Kummerer Terry Lane Vicki LaRowe Jerry Lawerance Charles Lear Doug Leightey Lewis Lenhart Karen Leser Larry Link Rodney Long Kieth Loverich Sandy McCombs James McConnell Jay McCre ary Kim McDan.nel Albert McDonald Lynn McEld0wney Ralph McMinn Mike Mahaffey Patty Manko John Miller Marjie Miller Ronald Miller Linda Montgomery Linda Moon Barbara Mooney Ruth Moore Steve Moore Judith Moses Joe Mosman James Niederkohr Donald Nordyke Michael Nordyke William Nutter Allan Nye John Oates James Ondms Nancy Orians Vivian Orians Dennis Pfeifer Larry Pfeifer Pat Phillips Dennis Place David Plott Duane Poole John Predmore Cary Quail Mary Quail if ,ue Ha-- Mickey Rathburn Ed Reel Bev Rieser Ed Robertson Judy Romich Mark Romich Dave Roszman Karen Ruth Allan Santschi Phillip Schindler Jeff Schmidt Steve Searles Linda Shaffer Larry Sheeley Bill Sherman Russell Shuler Barb Shull Penny Shull Charles Shuster Wanda Smith Robert Snyder Frank Speaks Dan Stansbery Dennis Stansbery Mike Stansbery Bob Stansbery Henry Steinbaugh Jean Steinbaugh Linda Stief Sue Stouder Tim Strub Rhonda Stumpp Jim Tesmer Dan Thompson Susan Thiel Donna Tiell Sue Touchette Kieth Turney Tom Vaughn Nancy Vehrs Allen Vent Ron Voorheis Chris Wagner Brenda Walton Denny Ward Jeanette Ward Angela Wells Barb Welly Elaine Wright Kay Young Dan Zellers Bev Henicle Sharon Henicle Kathy Cassel Sally Ritter Ed Gillen Tom Vieth Connie Penwell Bill Wilde Doug Rooper we-QV ie .J 1 X. W P, X u I' X ,Q .K Ri ffm, -A Q 7 ff S 3 5 M n 1 A CTI VI TIES Student Council eww' President ....... Gus Corfman Vice President ....... Dave Fox Secretary ..... Kathy Richardson Treasurer . .... Barb Gerber SEATED: Denny Niederkohr, Bonnie Halbedel, Karen Westerman, Yvonne Orians, Kathy Richardson, Gus Corf- man, Dave Fox, Barb Gerber. STANDING: Susan Nickless, Marcia Zimmerman, Pat Logsdon, Janice Wagner, James Smith, Allan Goodman, Dan Karg, Steve Gottfried, Teresa Loverich, Jerry Bower, Andy Koehlei-,Ray Smith, Kan-y Jo Lash, Dan DeBo1t, Marsha Householder, Kim McDaniel, Sue Ellen Smith, Mr. Kirkland. 60 Office Girls and Librarians The office girls and Li- brarians assist Mrs. Lydy and Miss Matteson in the efficient operation of the office and the library. SEATED: Jan Wagner, Linda Nye, STANDING: Sue Scheck, Jane Clark, Janis Getz, Pat Tucker, Linda Swihart, Mary Schindler. SEATED: Miss Ellen Matteson, Pat Logs- don, Miss Creger, STANDING: Kathy Osborn, Cheryl Kim- mel, Nancy Hare, Roger Wilson, Dolly Moses, Marcia Mc- Clain. National Honor Society Election of Officers at NHS Meeting ROW 1: Carolyn Bower, Marcia McClain, Nancy Barick, Steve Reber, Allan Goodman, Tereasa Loverich, Pat Logsdon, Barb Gerber, Mary Schindler, Mrs. Diller. ROW 2: Rebbie Schnepp, Tom Bell, Nancy Mewhorter, Vicki McAllister, Steve West, Larry Ross, Roger Wilson, Carol Binau, Judy Courtad. ROW 3: Marcy Courtad, Kathy Richardson, Sandy McDa.nne1, Jim Smith, Kathy Osbom, Sue Ellen Smith, Don Mohre, Linda Nye, Tom Eyestone. ROW 4: Tim Everrett, Bonnie Halbedal, Jerry Bower, Jerry Sipe, Sylvia Bolyard, Sue Scheck, Tom Needs, Jan Wagner. ,r if M, 'K 2 i 5 2 3 1 E 5 3 2 5 E i 3 5 3 i 3 i ,.... M .. - . - L " -' MW' , V ' L .Qaanglmy A M -,.pgpuanlrnul'.-un sun.-iq .,.......L '7 "" 5 ..-.- --,-- 'N R IL - l L. l , 62 Scholarship Medal Winners ROW 1: Jerry Bower, Gus Corfman, Tim Everett, Jan Getz, Allan Goodman, Pat Logsdon, Teresa Loverich, Jim Smith, Sandy McDanne1, Nancy Barick, Carolyn Bower. ROW 2: Steve Reber, Jerry Sipe, Theresa Stienbaugh, Sylvia Bolyard, Tom Needs, Kathy Osborn, Marcy Courtad, Barb Gerber, John Groth, Bonnie Halbedal, Mike Mosman. ROW 3: Marsha Householder, Marcia McClain, Mike McKee, Don Mohre, Sue Nickless, Linda Nye, Elaine Pfeifer, Kathy Richardson, Robin Rome, Sue Scheck, Mary Schindler. ROW 4: Jan Wagner, Sue Ellen Smith, Karen Westerman, Barb Albert, Carol Binau, Cindy Bohlen, Tom Eyestone, Phil Logsdon, Larry Ross, Reb- bie Schnepp, Jeff Smith, Don Frisch. ROW 5: Gary Vent, Roger Wilson, Vicki McAllister, LaFern Smith, Steve West, Chris Bauer, Katherine Hull, Cheryl Kimmel, Teresa Kin, John Sebenoler, Judy Blackburn, Jeannette Ward. ROW 6: Charlene Cassel, Barb Eier, Mark Emptage, Jim Gottfried, Larry Leeth, Shari Grossman, Marslyn Johnson, Ted McCa11ister, Barb McDanne1, Don Miller, Joyce Trautwien, Brenda Walton. ROW 7: Dave Troup, Ron Newell, Linda Clabaugh, Tina Dillon, Jeff Eier, Jan Frederick, Larry Link, Joe Mosman, Linda Moon, Rita Orians, Rhonda Stumpp. 63 F.T.A. l OFFICERS PRESIDENT ........... Yvonne Orians VICE PRESIDENT . . . .Bonnie Halbedel SECRETARY .... . . . Barb Gerber TREASURER . . . . Rebbie Schnepp F.T.A. promoted student teaching. Karen Westerman, an F.T.A. member, reads to grade school pupils. R... I . I , K. , 152,51 .fa -1 ,Q , ' ' -, ROW 1: Mrs. Parsell, Barb Gerber, Bonnie Halbedel, Yvonne Orians, Rebbie Schnepp, ROW 2: Diane Knepper, Lynn Kuenzli, Rhonda Sturnpp, Bev Reiser, Sandy McDaniel, Jane Creeger, Nancy Milum, Linda Beldelshies, Debby Kinley, Tina Dillion, Andra Bell, Kathy Johnson, Rena Jevas, Marcy Courtad, ROW 3: Robbe Trachel, Bev Bowman, Bonnie Baker, Dottie Kuenzli, Judy Courtad, Nancy Mewhorter, Bev Tivenan, Toni Kolarik, Lynn Mcllldowny, Mary Ellen Byrnes, Susan Nickless, Debbie Romich, Judy Predmore, Vicki McAllister, Kate Bils, Gloria Wilbum, ROW 45 Cheryl Kimmel, Karen Westerman, Nancy Barick, Kathy Ridhardson, Sandy Orians, Cheryl Koehler, Candy Brown, Jill Schoenberger, Carole Binau, linda Nye, Sharon llodgson, Kathy Huffman, Pat Kinley, Chris Susan Smith, Pat Lodgson, Pam Richardson, Martha Coates, Sue Scheck, ROW 5: Carolyn Bower, Pat Barth, Emily Schilling, Ann Leer, Sharon Boucher, Karry Jo Lash, Allen Goodman, Tom Needs, Phil Lodgson, Andy Wines, Steve Emerine, John McAllister, Sylvia Bolyard, Joyce Trautwein, Sue Rall, Ralph McMinn, Sue Tilton, John Ulrich, Tim Everett. 64 O O O SEATED: Mr. Karikas, Linda Knepper, Janice Wagner, Ruth Ann Tiell, Teresa Loverich. ROW 1: Sandy Barth, Janice Getz, Lina Shaffer, Peg Eyestone, Cynthia Everett, Ann Kinley, Deanna Miller, Carol Critchfield, Ruth EllenBaughn, Barb Wright. ROW 2: Linda Stansbery, Shirley Kin, Ruth Ann Furniss, Connie Shuherk, Sue Hutchin- son, Jane Bower, Carolyn Hehr, Jean Soule, Sue Slemmer, Barb Dible, Judy Blackburn, ROW 3: Mary Quail, Eva May Iden, Karen Laser, Kathy Learn, Derinda Chadwick, Becky Barth, Shirley Hall, Sylvia Bolyard, Peg Hare, Chris Wagner, Amy Kraus, Robin Rome, Sue Kerr. President. . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Advisor . . OFFICERS . . . Jan Wagner . .Linda Knepper . Ruth Ann Tiell Teresa Loverich . . Mr. Karikas 65 The FNA candy striped at the Fairhaven Rest Home after school every- day from four until six. F.H.A. PRESIDENT . . . . Marcia Zimmerman SECRETARY . . .... Chris Huffman TREASURER . . .... Ruth Ann Tiell SONG LEADER . . . .... Joyce Feeley HISTORIAN ...... . . jane Landversicht PARLIAMENTARIAN . . . .Colleen Timmons PROJECT LEADER . . . . . Pam Miller FHA delegates to State Convention. ROW 1: Mrs. Frederick, Joyce Feeley, Colleen Timmons, Chris Huffman, Marcia Zimmerman, Ruth Ann Tiell, Jane Landersicht, Pam Miller, Mrs. Cunningham, ROW 2: Carol Phillips, Sandy Barth, Donna Tiell, Marlene Mays, Rosaline Karg, Becky Larick, Connie Penwell, Phyllis Karcher, ROW 3: Sue Stouder, Chris Courtad, Vera Frey, Judy Ratliff, Carolyn Hehr, Carol Arnold, Rosetta Brown, Linda Elliot, Diane Oates, Mary Ann Brown, Linda Shuler,Wi1ma Perry, ROW 4: Nancy Clinger, Marcia McDaniel, Shirley Sayre, Kathy Fleck, Connie Thiel, Diane Mays, Barb Hotelling, Derinda Chadwick, Jan Spitler, Nancy Kemmerly, Kay Young, Carol Gelbaugh, Sue Tilton, Sharon Miller, Kathy Osborn, Linda Stansberry. 66 F.F.A. ROW 1: Dean Leighty, Ed Clinger, John Smalley, Steve Gottfried, Eugene Roszman, Larry Thornton, Mr. Borton. ROW 2: Rick Miller, Mike Lortz, 'Bob Snyder, Bob Stansberry, Harold Newman, Sam Weaver, Bill Van Hom, Cliff Johns, Danny Stansberry, Steve Moore, Dennis Ward, Dave Ulrich, Fred Culver, Mike Kuenzli, Phil Schindler, Doug Leightey, ROW 3: John Loverich, Tom Griswold, Duane Poole, Bob Wolfe, Dave Clinger, Ron Swartz, Randy Hoover, Tony Orians, Sam Bennett, Junior Richardson, Bill Failor, Gary Quail, Bob Sturgeon, ROW 4: Dennis Jacqueth, Bob Mooney, Bill Newman, Dan Quail, Bob Sweigard, Tom Moore, Don Schuster, Don Frisch, Ron Newell, Bill Evans, Dean Passet, Dan Moses, Tim Huffman, Gary Carey, Jim Welly, Jim Sipe. OFFICERS PRESIDENT .......... Steve Gottfried , , VICE PRESIDENT . . . John Smalley SECRETARY . . . Dean Leightey 1 25,15 I TREASURER . . . Ed cunger 13. 0 REPORTER . . . Larry Thornton elsoci-,-Ni,,"'1ff SENTINEL . Eugene Roszman 'QNX 'Ag f' ADVISOR . . . . . Mr. Borton f -ia. F-ref C Q-is Q' N C'QIs"i,1o 5 . 'L' o u 6 , 67 Orange and Black Staff SEATED: Walter White, Karry Jo Lash, Carolyn Bastel, Fredric Criner. ROW 1: Sharon Clark, Mary Binau, Rox- anne Armstrong, Jeanette Ward, Wilma Smith, Diane Knepper, Margaret Rowse, Ann Kinley, Pat Hurley, Lynn McEldowny, Karen Laser, Debbie Gamer, Ruthellen Baughn, Cynthia Bohlen. ROW 2: Mollie Graham, Martha Coates, Tim Everett, Sue Carroll, Joy Smith, Kathy Westerrnan, Connie Shuherk, Sue Kerr, Cheryl Hannibal, Linda Knepper, Pat Logsdon, LaVern Smith, Robin Rome, Marslyn Johnson. ROW 3: Irma Swartz, Jane Bastel, Charlene Cassel, Ruth Bolyard, Linda Swihart, Sylvia Bolyard, Shirley Hall, Mike Mahaffey, Roger Wilson, Gary Steinbaugh, Judy Rowse, Leahan Still, Ann Leser, Christine Armstrong, and Marsha Swariz. Editor - -Karry Jo Lash Ass 't Editor - -Carolyn Bastel Proofreader - -Fredric Criner Advisor - -Walter White 68 W 0 Indlan Village Staff SEATED: Allan Goodman, Mr. McCurdy, Rebbie Schnepp, Tom Needs, Connie Courtad, Chris Armstrong, Sue Ellen Smith, Bev Tivenan, Susan Nickless. STANDING: Linda Swihart, Mary Schindler, Sheila Wells, Robin Rome, Karen McCray, Karen Westerman, Marsha Householder, Tom Eyestone, Jim Smith, Tim Everett. Co-Editor . . . . Sue Ellen Smith Advisor ...... . . Gary McCurdy Business Manager . . . . Tom Needs Co-Editor .... . . Susan Nickless The aim of the 1966 Indian Village An- nual Staff is to present a pictorial coverage of all school clubs, events, and sports. 69 Art Club SEATED: Mike Ekleberry, Ray Smith, Connie Courtad, Karen McCray. ROW 1: Nancy Barber, Steve Searles, Sharon Clark, Bonnie Giles, LaVern Smith, LaFern Smith, Carol Arnold, Joyce Swinehart, Becky Nordyke, John Predmore. ROW 2: Mr. Hissong, Jane Clark, Kathy Huffman, Sue Kerr, Carolyn Thiel, Janice Brown, Dianna Sherman, Rosetta Brown, Peg Shuster, Chris Armstrong, Shirley Sayre, Wilma Smith. ROW 3: Linda Swihart, Robin Rome, Russ Larick, Scott Case, Chris Gamber, Robert VanScoit, Jeff Stansbery, Tom LaRowe, Ken Niederkohr, Leahn Still, Margaret Rowse, Janice Spitler. OFFICERS President ........... Ray Smith Vice President . . Connie Courtad Secretary . . . . . Karen McCray Treasurer . . . . Mike Ekleberry Advisor . . .Floyd Hissong 70 Steno Club OFFICERS President ....... Kathy Richardson Vice President . .... Nancy I-Iare Secretary ....... Barb Heckathorn Corresponding Secy. . . Janice Wagner Treasurer ....... Mary Schindler Advisor . . . ..... Walter White The purpose of the organization is to provide on-the-job training, typing and shorthand skills for its members and to assist teachers and local business. This year the members sponsored a Christ- mas Dance, toured Columbus Business University, Nationwide Insurance Build- ing and Lazarus, and held their annual banquet for initiation of new members. SEATED: Barbara Heckathom, Nancy Hare, Kathy Richardson, Janice Wagner, Mary Schindler. STANDING: Pat Tucker, Sharon Clark, Pat Snyder, Paulette Cottrell, Elaine Pfeifer, Jane Sipe, Sandy McDaniel, Darlene Sham- baugh, Irma Swartz, Muriel Hoover, Pat Gillen, Sheila Wells.Advisor, Walter White. Thespians SEATED: Pat Logsdon, Dave Fox, Phil Logsdon, Dave Harsh. ROW 1: Ruth Sturgeon, Connie Courtad, Nancy Mew- horter, Barb Gerber, Connie Barrett, Vicki McAllister, Jane Creger. ROW 2: Sharon Strub, Judy Courtad, Pat Sanderson, Sue Ellen Smith, Teresa Kin, Marsha Householder, Karen McCra.y, Sue Scheck, Chris Walton, Bev Tivenan. ROW 3: Chris Armstrong, Chris Bauer, Robin Rome, Teresa Loverich, Allan Goodman, Lloyd Blackbum, Ray Smith, Bob Kuenzli, Carolyn Bower, Cheryl Kimmel, Doris Jones. OFFICERS Upper Sandusky Thespian Troupe President ......... Dave Fox H380 holds a charter in the National Vice President . . . . Phil Logsdon Thespian Society. To becomea mem- Secretary. . . . . Pat Logsdon ber of Thespians one must earn ten Treasurer. . . . Dave Harsh Thespian points. Each point equals Advisor . . . . Miss Imhoff ten hours of workconnectedwith dra- matic projects . 72 Tri-Masq ue OFFICERS President. . . Marsha Householder Vice President . . Nancy Mewhorter Secretary ......... Pat Kinley Treasurer . . . . Marcia McClain Tri-Masque promotes dramatic arts in the high school. Its members consist of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who show an interest in dra- matics. In the springthe Tri-Masque sponsors the annual dramatics ban- quet. At this banquet next year's of- ficers are announced and awards are given. SEATED: Pat Kinley, Marsha Householder, Nancy Mewhorter, Marcia McClain. ROW 1: Vicki McAllister, Kate Bils, Barb Gerber, Dottie Kuenzli, Connie Barrett, Marsha Stansbery, Susan Nickless, Bev Tivenan, Jane Creger, Judy Predmore, Nancy Barick. ROW 2: Pat Sanderson, Carolyn Bastel, Nancy Milum, Kathy Schoenberger, Sharon Strub, Beth Fox, Sue Scheck, Pat Iogsdon, Linda Knepper, Karen McCray, Martha Coates, Chris Walton, Cindy Everett, Judy Courtad, Pat Hurley, Jane Bastel. ROW 3: Marsha Swartz, Teresa Kin, Chris Hauer, Sue Kerr, Sharon logsdon, Jean Robey, Marslyn Johnson, Swan Smith, Robin Rome, Chris Armstrong, Cheryl Kimmel, Barb Eier, Kathy Huffman, Linda Nye, Caro1Binau, Ann Kinley, Connie Shuherk. ROW 4: Sue Rall, Sharon Boucher, Pat Barth, Teresa Loverich, Bob Kuenzli, Ray Smith, Dave Harsh, Dave Fox, Allan Goodman, Sue Trachsel, Emily Schilling, Carolyn Bower, Joyce Trautwein, Jill Schoenberger, Charlene Cassel. 73 Some of the extra curricular speech members went to the dis- trict contest. Among those who were given hon- ors was Karen McCray. She placed first in the district giv- ing her the priv- ilege of going to the state contest. Extra-Curricular Speech SEATE11 Martha Coates, Sharon Strub, Judy Predmore, Cheryl Kimmel, STANDING: Karen McCray, Diane Knepper, Sylvia Bdyard, Mike Ekleberry, Mrs. Cemmill, Chris Armstrong, Andy Wines. SEATED: LaVern Smith, LaFem Smith, Kathy Osbom, STANDING: Mrs. Gemmill, Jim Rowse, David Harsh, Steve West, Jerry Sipe. Debate Teams Mrs. Gemrnill organized the debate teams this year. The year of 1966 was the first year that this intellectual con- test group participated with other schools in northwestern Ohio. 74 P.A. Club SEATED: Phil Logsdon, Mr. Neiswander, Dan DeBolt, STANDING: Allan Goodman, Tom DeBo1t, Larry Leeth, Dean Nickless. The P.A. Club is responsible for fur- nishing music for school functions . SEATED Pat Kinley, Pat Logsdon, Phil Logsdon, Sharon Scrub, Robin Rome, Bev Tivenan, Connie Couxtad, Linda Nye, Nancy Mewhorter. STANDING: Sue Scheck, Chris Armstrong, Judy Courtad, Vicki McAllister, Sue Kerr, Cheryl Kimmel, Nancy Buick, Doris Jones, Judy Predmore, Teresa Lovex-ich, Allan Goodman. 75 Radio Club The Radio Club presents Weekly programs on WMRN in Marion. The pro- grams include school features and interviews. Hi-Teens ROW 1: Mrs. Tucker, Sue Scheck, Teresa Loverich, Barbara Gerber, Bonnie Halbedal, Mrs. Burnett. ROW 2: Barb Heckathorn, Ruth Sturgeon, Jane Cregar, Judi Predmore, Connie Barett, Martha Coates, Marcia McClain, Jan Getz, Mollie Graham, Judy Rowse, Beth Fox, Deanna Miller, Sharyn Fritchie, Darlene Moses, Evangeline Weaver, Gloria Wilburn, Connie Courtad, Robbe Tracshel, Vicki McAllister, Judy Courtad, Cathy Johnson, Kathy Osborn, Nancy Barber. ROW 3: Chris Krock, Darlene Schmidt, Margie Ward, LaVern Smith, LaFern Smith, Yvonne Orians, Linda Knepper, Jan Borkosky, Pat Logsdon, Marcy Courtad, Pat Tucker, Nancy Barick, Ruth Furniss, Kathy Rich- ardson, Teresa Steinbaugh, Mary Schindler, Barb Dible, Judy Smith, Sue Carroll, Nancy Mewhorter, Bev Tivenan, 76 Organization H'-""' '17--M Debbie Romich, Roberta Case. ROW 4: Cheryl Kimmel, Sandy Orians, Carolyn Bastel, Sharon Stnib, Susan Smith, Marcia Zimmerman, Collen Timmons, Rosetta Brown, Becky DeBolt, Pat Hurley, Margaret Rowse, Doris Jones, Joanne Margraf, Jan Gwinner, Jane Landversicht, Karen Westernman, Karen McCray, Pat Kinley,AnnKinley, Cheryl Koehler, Katherine Hull, Pat Sanderson, Ereleen Smith. ROW 5: Chris Bauer, Mary K. Osborn, Connie Thiel, Jan Wagner, Dianna Sherman, Jane Iles, Linda Nye, Pat Barth, Emily Schilling, Paulette Cottrell, Rebbie Schnepp, Sue Trachsel, Shirley Hall, Elaine Pfeifer, Sue Kerr, Carolyn Bower, Chris Armstrong, Pam Richardson, Barb Hemmerly, Jean Kirchner, Ruth Ann Tiell, Kathy Fleck, Carol Binau, Becky Schmidt, Barb Schoenberger. Sophomores--ROW 1: Rosemary Blackburn, Rachel Higgins, Dottie Kuenzli, Linda Yoder, Kate Bils, Jean Soule, Rita Orians, Susan Smith, Shari Grossman, Bonnie Baker, Marsha Stansberry, Bev Bowman. ROW 2: Kathy Pierson, Jane Bastel, Barb Eier, Barb Curlis, Sharon Logsdon, Kathy Huffman, Pat Yeater, Jean Vaughn, Sue Hutchinson, Joy Smith, Marsha Swartz, Kathy Schoenberger, Kathy Westerman. ROW 3: Sue Slemmer, Shirley Kin,J ill Schoenberger, Marslyn Johnson, Charlene Cassel, Ann Leser, Sharon Boucher, Jan Brown, Joyce Trautwein, Sue Rall, Jean Robey, Connie Shuherk, Jan Swinehart, Candy Brown. Officers President . . . ....... '. . Barb Gerber Vice President . . . Bonnie I-Ialbedal Secretary . . . . . ........ Sue Scheck Treasurer. . ......... T eresa Loverich Advisors . . .Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. Burnett 77 Hi-Y SEATED: Tom Bell, Jerry Taylor, Mike McKee, Allan Goodman, Tom Eyestone, Dean Nickless, Mr. Gottfried. ROW 1: Steve Eyestone, Dan Harris, Jeff Smith, Jeff Russell, James Smith, Lynn Gottfried, Mike Ekleberry, Den- nis Moore, Bob Kuenzli, Arden Heckathorn, Jerry Bower, Ten McAllister, Tom Spitler, Tim Everett, Harold Voor- heis, Mark Lozano, Jim Houser. ROW 2: Steve Eatherton, Russ Larick, Don Liles, Dick Ulrich, Doug Armstrong, Jim Johnson, Bernie Spyker, Wayne Snyder, Jim Ellis, Jerry King, Ron Brady, Doug Jordan, Tom LaRowe, Mike Lucas, Tom Martin, Bob Wolfe, Doug Binau. ROW 3: Mark Reed, Chuck Dirmeyer, Ed Long, Jim Neumeister, Don Moore, Dave Harsh, Ron Newell, Dan Binau, Bob Van Scoit, Andy Koehler, Torn Taylor, Tom Needs, Bob Bardon, Rod Dean, Steve Reber, Monte Rome, John McAllister. Hi-Y food Drive L President - -Allan Goodman Vice President--Mike McKee Secretary - -Tom Eyestone Treasurer - -jerry Taylor Chaplain - -Dean Nickless Sergeant at Arms - -Tom Bell 78 Key Club Mr. Stuart Henderson, State Key Club Chairman of Division II, presented the Kiwanis Key Club Charter to James F. Smith, presi- dent of the Upper Sandusky Key Club. The Key Club is a newly organized service group for sophomore, Junior, and senior boys. ' MMMW OF F IC E RS President ........... . James Smith E if Vice President . . Don Moore Secretary . . . . . Tim Everett Treasurer . . . JohnMcAl1ister Advisor . . . Charles Karikas SEATED: Tim Everett, John McAllister, Mr. Karikas, James Smith, Don Moore. ROW 1: Jerry Bower, Dave Fox, Bob Kuenzli, Ray Wright, Larry Ross, Dave Bils, Jerry King, Jeff Smith, Steve Emerine. ROW 2: Steve Gottfried, Jerry Taylor, Bernie Spkyer, Tom Needs, Bob Bardon, John Smalley, Phil Logsdon, Bob Hecker, Ray Smith, Mike Ekleberry. 79 Varsity "U" SEATED: Gus Oorfman,J erry Taylor, Dave Fox, Mike McKee, Mr. Faulkner. ROW 1: Tom Needs, Mike Elkeberry, Wayne Snyder, Tom Eippert, Mike Logsdon, Jim Kotterman, Kenny Niederkohr, Dan Karg. ROW 2: Russ Larick, Steve Eatherton, Tom Spit1er,Chuck Dirmeyer, Dan DeBo1t, Jerry King, Jerry Bower, Scott Hensel. ROW 3: Chuck Karg, Ray Smith, Steve Reber, Bob Hecker, Terry McClain, Don Mohre, John McCal1ister, Mike Pfeifer. ROW 4: Dave Wol.fe,John Smalley, Dan Du.rkin,John Sebenoler, Mark Eley, Steve Emerine, Van Orians, Bob Bardon. ROW 5: Bob Kuenzli, Monte Rome, Tom Taylor, Tom Bell, Doug Diebert, Tom Eyestone, Jim Johnson, ROW 6: Dan Niederkohr, Steve Harr, Tom Martin, Tony Orians, Jeff Smith, Lee Hollanshead, Mark Lozano, Dick Ulrich. ff Varsity "U" O icers: The Varsity "U" is composed of athletes who have earned a varsity letter President .... . . . David Fox in any one of the six sports at Upper Vice President . . Jerry Taylor High. The club elected officers for Secretary . . . Gus Corfman 1966-1967 at their last meeting and Treasurer . . . . Mike McKee planned for one of their social activities Advisor . . Coach Faulkner for the members and guests . 80 Pep Club ROW 1: Sandy Kmnmer, Roxanne Swavel, Chris Courtad, Karen Ruth, Pat Manko, Sandy McComb, Linda Cla- baugh, Rachel Higgins, Pat Yeater, Jean Vaughn, Barb Hotelling. ROW 2: Chris Wagner, Angela Wells, Mary Binau, JanFredericks, Penny Shull, Sue Bennett, Rosie Hooper, Tina Dillon, Bev Henicle, Sue Cook, Peggy Rooper, Diane Clabaugh. ROW 3: Rebbie Schnepp, Debbie Romich, Kathy Schoenberger, Kathy Pierson, Jill Schoenbeger, Connie Shuherk, Jane Bastel, Joyce Montgomery, Sandy Tiell, Linda Yoder, Judy Romick, Lynn Kuenzli. ROW 4: Kathy Osbom, Sandy McDaniel, Rhonda Stumpp, Linda Beidelschies, Cathy Cassel, Marcia Stansbery, Joyce Trautwein, Charlene Cassel, Barb Eier, Toni Kolarik, Vicki LaRowe, Debbie I-Iasting. ROW 5: Cindy Everett, Ann Leser, Barb McDaniel, Carol Critchfield, Marilyn Messmer, Evilue Bower, Jean Soule, Kathy Westerman, Bev Bow- man, Linda Nye, Teresa Loverich. ROW 6: Amy Kruas, Karen Leser, Kay Clark, Linda Farrow, Becky Barth, Peggy Hare,Ruthellen Baughn,Derinda Chadwick, Sue Bennent, Jeannette Ward, Bev Tivenan. ROW 7: Kay Youmg, Sue Stouder, Sandy Barth, Becky Schmidt, Teresa Shaffer, Sherry Messmer, Elaine Wright, Jan Fetters, Mary Bymes, Barb Shull, Susan Nickless. President .... . Susan Nickless Vice President . . . . . Bev Tivenan Secretary. . . . . Connie Shuherk Treasurer . . . 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X t 'f wif li Y 'QS 3 Majorettes Bonnie Baker, Pam Moore, Connie Courtad, Pat Kinley, Judi Predmore HEAD MAJORETTE--Connie Courtad fm. 84 Pep Band ROW 1: Karen Westerman, Linda Moon, Marcia Zimmerman, Jerry Spence, Gary Steinbaugh, ROW 2: Fred Alt vater, Kathy Lear, Carol Binau, Elaine Pfeifer, Mr. Sunderman, ROW 3: Allen Santchi, Larry Leeth, Lynn McEl downey, Shari Grossman. ROW 4: Larry Pfeifer, Keith Koehler, Dave Troup, Dave Uirich. The Pep Band opened every home basketball game withthe "Star Spangled Banner." They provided spirit at the pep rallies and entertainment at halftime. 85 Symphonic Concert--March 5, 1966 Some selections from the concert: "Appalachian Portrait" "Chorale" "Titus" "Mannin Veen" "Arioso" "Relax" "Alegria" Christmas Assembly Concert by Symphonic Band ROW 1: Pat Snyder, Linda Moon, Kathy Richardson, Karen Wetserman, Kathy Schoenberger, Barb Curlis, Sylvia Bolyard, ROW 2:Elaine Pfeifer, Caro1Binau, Jean Robey, Shari Grossman, Dave Brooks, Nancy Mewhorter, Debbie Kinley, Dan Binau, Linda Stansbery, Cathy Cassel, Ruth Bolyard. ROW 3: Charlene Cassel, Jane Iles, Pat Yeater, Shirley Hall, Jean Soule,Larry Leeth, Kathy Lear, Lee Hollanshead, Virgil Wright, Allen Santschi, Rick Altavater, Connie Courtad, Pam 86 Band Senior members On Band Night- Band Council sl-LATED: Charlene cassei, Dave U1- rich, Karen Westerman, Mr. Sunderman. STANDING: Lyn McEldowny, Shari Grossman, Kathy Richardson, Molly Graham. Moore, Nancy Milum, Marcia Stansbery, Linda Yoder. ROW 4: Barb Eier, Pat Kinley, Bonnie Baker, Muriel Hoover, Ed Clinger, Jerry Spence, Gary Steinbaugh, Mollie Graham, Denny Moore, Marcia Zimmerman, Steve Mewhorter, Keith Korhler, Larry Pfeifer, Erleen Smith, Lynn Mclildowney, Mr. Sunderman, Jim Houser, Dave Ulrich, Jay McCreary, Pam Richardson, Dave Troup, Rod Dean. 87 1 Activity ROW 1: Chris Krock, Bev Rieser, Eva Mae Iden, Karen Ruth. ROW 2: Kathy Westerman, Kathy Pierson, Peggy Eyestone, Audra Bell, Dan Stansberry, ROW 3: Kathy Benner, Lynn Kuenzli, Debbie I-lasting, Wilma Smith, Linda I-Iecker, Mary Kuenzli. The Marching Band entertains the spectators at half- time during the football season. This year the Upper Sandusky High School Bands performed on Saturday, March 5, 1966. The Activity Band played "Manhattan Tower Overture, " "Overture for Winds," " "Francaise Mi1itaire", "Irene Overture, " "Cha Cha for Band." The Activities Band is directed by Mr. Sunderman and composed mostly of freshman and sophomores . Band , rj - . Q - 11,24 ,, , .v,fr,,.t . , ,X X Q get X, , . mt - ' ,L -. . f ,K rx ,T -- V A G, -gfwxgg .. W ,W -Q -. - - Ss, -Sbnm' mme, wbwp: r-f-if f ,wikis A-R s ww 'Q ?', ' f I!" I ROW 1: Judy Predmore, Roxanna Armstrong, Rhonda Stumpp, Barb Wright, ROW 2: Kim McDanne1, Bill Nutter, Tom Veith, Barb Shull, Jon Everett, Roger Hall, Jeff Stansberry. The Activity Band performs for the student body at the Christmas Assembly. 89 Concert Dave and Dan "Smothers" at Christmas Choir Ensemble. ROW 1: Cathy Johnson, Sheila Wells, Connie Courtad, Wilma Smith, Robbe Tracshel, Darlene Schmidt, Barb Gerber, Beth Fox, Chris Walton, Deanna Miller, Sue Carroll, Ann Kinley, Pat Kinley, Carolyn Thiel, Pat Gillen, ChrisKrock, Ruth Sturgeon, Judy Courtad, Jane Cregar, ROW 2: Kathy Lear, Mary Ann Brown, Linda Knepper, Barb Dible, Nancy Barick, Joanne Margraf, Katherine Hull, Sharon Strub, Debbie Romich, Irma Swarm, Teresa Loverich, Rebbie Schnepp, Cheryl Hannibal, Sue Tracshel, Marsha Householder, Rena Jevas, Doris Jones, Jan Borkosky, Pat Sanderson, Evangeline Weaver, Yvonne Orians, Connie Barrett, Vicki McAllister. ROW 3: Cheryl Kimmel, Ruth Ann Fumiss, Barb Albert, 90 Choir Accompanists: Elaine Pfeifer Becky Schmidt Student Director: Dan Karg Assistant Student Director: R ena jevas Director : Mis s Dor othy Imhoff Concert Choir performs at Christmas time. Vonice Brinson, Mike Lucas, Dave Wolfe, Ray Smith, Denny Moore, Dan Harris, Doug Binau, Allan Goodman, Norman Stansbery, Lynn Gottfried, Dave Harsh,Ed Long, Don Liles, Tim Everett, Carol Binau, Margaret Ward, Chris Armstrong, Nancy Mewhorter, Robin Rome, Bev Tivenan. ROW 4: Sylvia Bolyard, Leahn Still, Barb Hemmerly, Van Orians, Tom Bell, Dan Karg, Dave Fox, RonBrady, Mike Oney, Ed Clinger, Bob Sweigard, Steve Gottfried, Jeff Smith, Lloyd Black- burn, Roger Wilson, Mike Pugh, Doug Armstrong, Kary Jo Lash, Elaine Pfeifer, Emily Schilling, Carolyn Bower, Sue Ellen Smith, Karen McCray, Sandy Orians, Becky Schmidt. 9l Sophomore ROW 1: Bob Sturgeon, Jim Houser, Jerry Gillen, Dan Stansberry, Daryl Schoenberger, Bev Bowman, Rachel Higgins, Teresa Shaffer, Roxanna Swavel, Linda Yoder, Marcia Stansbery, Rita Orians, Kate Bils, Stave Hart, Tom Vent, ROVS 2: Phil Stansbery, Sam Weaver, John Ulrich, Phil Orians, Jim Gottfried, Dick Ulrich, Bonnie Baker, Rosemary Black- burn, Cindy Everett, Susan Smith, Kathy Schoenberger, Jane Bastel, Wanda Horn, Sheryl Clements, Chris Gamber Randy Hogan, Ted McCa1lister. ROW 35 Bob Culver, Dave Troup, Mark Wines, Debbie Kauble, Dorothy Kuenzli The Sophomore Choir performed the following numbers at the Spring Concert on April 15, 1966: "I-IALLELUJAH, AMEN". . . . G. F. Handel "NOW THE DAY IS OVER" . . . .arr. R . Rigwald "I HEAR A VOICE A-PRAYlN"' . . . . H. Bright "RIDE THE CHARIOTT ........ arr. H. Smith The Sophomore Choir is a select group for sopho- mores. The choir performed at the Christmas and Spring Concerts under the direction of Miss Imhoff. Accompanist: Charlene Cassel Student Director: Charlene Cassel 92 1 Choir Sharon lngsdon, Jeanne Vaughn, Charlene Cassel, Connie Shuherk, Barb Curlis, Judy Blackburn, Bonnie Giles, Carol Starner, Dave Clinger, Ron Swaru, Steve Harr, Mark Emptage. ROW 4: Dan Binau, Ron Newell, Jim Ellis, Gary Leeth, Don Bower, John Myers, Pam Miller, Jean Soule, Sue Rall, Marslyn Johnson, Sue Slemmer, Shirley Kin, Evi- lue Bower, Joyce Trauwein, Debbie Baldwin, Deanna Hannibal, Andy Koehler, Rod Dean, Jim Bricely, Jeff Stans- bery, Don Miller. Sophomore Choir rehearses for Concert. 93 Mixed The Mixed Chorus consists of approxi - mately 90 freshmen. Mixed Chorus par- ticipates in the Christmas and Spring Q Concerts. Learning breath control and sight reading are two steps taken toward the more select sophomore and concert choirs. ROW 1: Pat Manko, Linda Montgomery, Linda Farrow, Ruthellen Baughn, Carol I-Ieckathom, Judy Romich, Debbie I-lasting, Linda Shaffer, Rosey Hooper, Kay Clark, Lynn Kuenzli, Tina Dillion, Bev Reiser, Kathy Kinley, Rosemary Thiel, Chris Courtad. ROW 2: Linda Moon, Debbie Kinley, Jan Fetters, Angie Wells, Debbie Gamer, Mary Binau, Sue Bennett, Barb Mooney, Jean Ward, Linda Beidelschies, Jean Failor, Roxie Armstrong, Brenda Walton, Fay Elliot, Judy Moses, Marge Miller, Sue Stouder. ROW 3: Bemie Bils, Keith Loverich, Chuck Courtad, Tom Engle, Allen Nye, Dirk Binau,Bill Nutter, Bob Stansbery, Dan Griffith, Kim McDannel, John Miller, Dave Brooks, Bill Wilde, Mike Barth, John 94 Chorus Mixed Chorus rehearses for Christmas Concert. Everett, Terry Lane, Allan Vent, Keith Turney. ROW 4: Vivian Orians, Karen Leser, Vicki LaRowe, Kathy Cassel, Amy Kraus, Chris Wagner, Jerry Davidson, Jeanne Steinbaugh, Jan Frederick, Becky Barth, Wanda Smith, Peggy Hare, Barb Shull, Rosemary Cupp, Barb Hotelling, Derinda Chadwick, Toni Kolarik, Lynn Mcllldowney, Peggy Eyestone, Mary Ellen Bymes. ROW 5: Chuck Karg, Dennis Ward, Denny Place, Mike Bricely, Steve Moore, Fred Altavater, Mark Romich, Jay McCreary, Mike Mahaffey, Jim Hull, Tom Vaughn, Jeff Eier, Dave Plott, Frank Speaks, Jim Ondorus, Joe Mosman, Allen Sanschi, Bob Keiss. 95 :S -sf.: 46145 ' 3 ,, u If fi 5 if E K Qi IME .. ..'. Q .- ,x ' .ai W!! ,. 5' axis! K if fs !2! Qf' Wm Q s"f'9 wif ' 'x wiv.. 'a vm! it :ii Za 1 asf , I 25 . ' Q I I if iff A :Ti . f A 'fa 1 gym 0 E v If 1. X s 1'1 , .L 1 .. , gf- x , 4 F E 3 mf H , 5 QE gig I - Y ,'z 5 A THLE was Football 55228 5627 13,7 SE eg 4633337 ' S S fra ,- '35 V..-A 6 f M , i 'T are - fa Q -Q - at-F ROW 1: Jerry Taylor, Ron Newell, Don Mohre, Tom Taylor, Mike Logsdon, Dan Durkin, Bob Hecker, Jeff Smith, Tom Eippert, John McCallister, Ray Smith, Tom Bell. ROW 2: Wayne Snyder, Dave Fox, Mike Pfeifer, Bob Bardon, Larry Lumberson, Jeff King, John Sprague, Tom Eyestone, Monte Rome, Scott Hensel, Phil Orians, Mike McKee. ROW 3: Chuck Dirmeyer, Mark Eley, Bob Kuenzli, Dan Moses, Jim Gottfried, Tom Mundy, Doug Die- bert, Mike Lucas, Dean Nick.less, Dan Neiderkohr, Steve Eatherton, Jerry King, Steve Emerine. ROW 4: Coach Royer, Denny Neiderkohr, Larry Leeth, Jeff Houser, Steve McKee, Ted McCa1lister, Jim Kotterman, Mark Lozano, Steve Eyestone, Dave Leigtey, Dick Ulrich, Tom Spitler, Fred Culver, Dan Karg. ROW 5: Coach Faulkner, Stan Courtad, Russ Larick, Coach Reigle. ROW 6: Coach Rilling, Jim Myers, Bob Sturgeon, Chris Gamber, Don Mil- ler, Mike Miller, Doug Armstrong, Mike Kuenzli, Doug Jordan, Bob Culver, Ed Crawford, Jim Johnson, Coach Swankhouse. VARSITY SCORES UPPER VISITOR 14 Kenton 16 0 Tiffin Calvert 22 8 Shelby "' 40 14 Bucyrus "' 0 0 Tiffin Columbian "' 8 6 Norwalk "' 14 0 Galion "' 20 6 Willard "' 20 6 Bellevue "' 24 36 Carey 0 ' "' League Games BLACK TIE CLUB: Tom Bell, Jeff Smith, Dan Moses, Jerry Taylor. 98 Coach Royer, Coach Rilling, Coach Swankhouse, Head Coach Faulkner, Coach Riegle. The Rams at halftime during the Shelby game. RESERVES UPPE R 8 Tiffin Columbian 0 Kenton 0 Galion 42 Bu Cyrus 8 Wi llard 8 Findlay 12 Shelby Won--3, Lost- -3, Tied as i VISITOR 6 12 0 6 0 18 22 Bob Bardon Chuck Dirmeyer Tom Eippert Jerry King and Tom Eyestone crash through Norwalk defense. Dave Fox Bob Hecker Scott Hensel 100 n D2-I1 Kafg J erry King Jim Kotterman Fox and Taylor charge through ring to open Norwalk game. Bob Kuenzli Mike Logsdon John McCa11ister !0I Mike McKee Don Mohre Denny Neiderkohr Mike Pfeifer Ray Smith Wayne Snyder 1 , ., 5 i 1 Jerry Taylor 102 Freshmen 1 W 1 ,, - -WWW I V y . A rr' in A-., A. . - by K H 1 ,aat J Ii.. K ga g - K L A K. - i 1 kk - . ' 3 it 1 - V I Q, -, I . 2 Q 1. r Q 1 f Liang " X115 --0- '3 ' .1,, f V 2 i""" , ' ' ROW 1: Gary Baker, Denny DeTray, Keith Loverich, John Predmore, Chuck Courtad, Allen Sanischi, Denny Pfeifer, Kenny Eckleberry. ROW 2: Coach Rilling, Mike Mahaffey, Mark Romich, Bob Keiss, Tim Strub, Ron Miller, Jeff Eier, Jim Hull, Mike Koehler, John Oates, Dirk Binau, Ron Gottfried, Dave Plott, Jim McConnell, Q Bill Sherman, Louie Lenhart, Larry Sheeley. N Jerry Taylor, "Moose" McCa1lister, Honorable Men- tion--A11--NOL SCORES UPPER VISITOR 12 Kenton 8 16 Tiffin West 0 1 28 Bucyrus 6 0 Galion 22 y 14 Tiffin East 6 Won--4, Lost--1 1 w 103 Basketball Lynn Gottfried, Van Orians, Tom Bell, Mike Fuerstein, John Smalley, Andy Koehler, John Sebenoler, Steve Reber, Gus Corfman, Jim Ellis, Jim Gottfried, Denny Book, Coach Ed Fisher. SCORES Rams 56 Bucyrus ik 71 Norwalk 'F 56 Galion il' 45 Tiffin Columbian 'F 58 Shelby 49 Kenton 77 Ontario 54 Willard at 83 Lexington 65 Bellevue "' 66 Bucyrus 'li 31 Norwalk 'F 80 Galion "' 59 Tiffin Columbian ii 75 Mansfield Malabar 42 Shelby if QOTE 'F KOTD 72 Willard "' 56 Bellevue "' 51 Marion Harding QTournamentl Over -all games .... NOL Opponent 48 51 52 59 55 47 60 48 65 57 61 30 73 54 70 46 70 57 54 . . 15 ..ll- -4 3 Lynn Gottfried honorable mention NOL, Gus Corf- man first team NOL, Steve Reber honorable mention NOL. F Basketball lQfil""'b ,A Torn Bell Guard Denny Book Guard Gus Coffman Guard Gus makes two more for Upper. Lynn scores despite opposition. V Mike Fuerstein Forward Lynn Gottfried Guard Andy Koehler Forward 106 Reserves 1 , , i Tom Dillion, Mike Kraus, Doug Jordon, Mark Wines, Jim Bricely, Ron Newell, Dave Kin, Andy Koehler, Rod Dean, Jeff King, Denny Hare, Jim Ellis, Jim Gottfired, Steve Eyestone, Lee Hollanshead. Coach Robert Swam. SCORES Rams Opponent 41 Bucyrus "' 38 41 Norwalk "' 35 53 Galion "' 50 44 Tiffin Columbian ii 40 45 Shelby "' 37 41 Kenton 71 46 Ontario 36 49 Willard 3 47 58 Lexinton 44 60 Bellevue "' .41 61 Bucyrus if 31 43 Norwalk 'F 38 63 Galion 3' 51 48 Tiffin Columbian 'K 37 49 Mansfield Malabar 42 45 Shelby 'F 32 65 Willard it 47 44 Bellevue "" 48 'k Nol Games Over all 16-2 Sebenoler scores over taller opponent. 108 Freshmen i I KNEELING: Bi11Nutter, Duane Poole, Coach Reigle, Jeff Grossman. STANDING: Ron Miller, Mike Bricely, Chuck Karg, Dan Griffin, Mark Romich, Jim Hull, Dave Roshman, Denny Hare, John Oates, Rey Kear, Tom Vaughn, Ed Robertson, Tim Strub, Bob Kiess. Rams Opponent 1 7 Marion 43 50 Findlay 26 51 Riverdale 36 42 Bucyrus 1 6 36 Galion 34 34 Wynford 24 36 Galion 3 1 43 Kenton 29 3 5 Wynford 27 33 Kenton 32 47 Riverdale 25 44 Tiffin West 24 Steve Reber shows good form. 109 Cheerleaders ,, X. i ,,5a , L L . A 51, e A L n- 125' i I - i T, ' ,. , 'fit 'Q V L Q bfi. . Q 1- - ff Barb Gerber, LaVem Smith, Vicki McAllister, Nancy Mewhorter, Bonnie Halbedel. Barb Gerber Bonnie Halbedel Vicki McAllister Nancy Mewhorter LaVern Smith I I0 Reserve Cheerleaders Joy Smith, Jean Robey, Marslyn Johnson, LaFern Smith, Judy Courtad. Frosh Cheerleaders Linda Beidelschies, Rhonda Stumpp, Lynn Kuenzli, Toni Kolarik, Linda Hasting I I I Bowling Gloria Young, Mary Brown, Bob Hecker, Darla Kol- arik, Judy Ratliff. Pat Gillen, Carolyn Theil, Vera Frey, Doug Leightey. Marsha Householder, Jim Heilman, Dan Karg,Denny Neiderkohr, Barb Rushing. Denny Moore, Bob Nutter, Steve Mewhorter, Virgil Wright, Jim King. Don Yeater, Harold Voorheis, Bob VanScoit, Deeny Pagnard, Jerry Gillen. Mary Schindler, Pam Miller,Peg Rooper,Gary Quail, Barb wright. BOWLI G Mick Theil, Dan Kin, Dave Kin, Ed Gillen,Bill Gil- len. Cathy Johnson, Gary Leeth, Carl Thomas, Steve Leeth, Barb Hemmerly. Teams 1965 -1966 1. The Upsetters 2. Dudes 3. We Five 4. Castaways 5. The Weeds 6. National Gutters 7. The Bombers 8. Gutter Dusters 9. Pin-Dodgers 10. Last Place Champions IIHUI-SFQGWT' Dick Morris, Bill Van Horn, Jeff Stansbery, Dean Passet, Sam Weaver. Denny Stansbery, Steve Hart, Don Bower, Jim Tes- mer, Bob Stansbery. Zi 5 66565 Golf fi Ea. ROW 1: Russ Larick, Rex Kear, Steve Yochem, Jerry King, Dave Wolfe. ROW 2: Coach Faulkner, Tom Martin, Mike Ekleberry, Jack Newman, Dave Hines, Steve Leeth, Larry Lumberson, Doug Armstrong, A1 Nye. 5+ 1 ,SE A Russ Larick eyes a par putt. Coach Faulkner plays too. H6 Golf Dave Wolfe tees off. ' '. 5 X - - '59-,z Russ Larick swings. Jerry King at the hole. ? Steve Yochem drives. Tennis Coach Royer, Jeff Grossman, Dennis Jacqueth, Jim Neumeister, Tom Needs, Phil Logsdon, Dean Nickless, Steve Eatherton, Jay McCreary, Denny Place, Dave Brooks. Coach Royer 1 I 8 Tennis Phil Lodsdon serves. Jim Neumister retums serve. Jim Neumister retums volley. 3' . Jeff Grossman returns slam. Q , 'Q H9 .vw . ,,,.M1n1N- A 1' Q WN -- Track X . Kay, J f ,ms,r...,. . Q - , - ROW 1: Denny Hare, Bob Bardon, Bernie Spyker, Tom Eyestone, Dave Fox, Denny Book, Jerry Gillen, Bud Miller, Charles Walton, Dave Leightey, Ted McCa1lister, Bernie Kuenzli, Chuck Karg. ROW 2: Terry McClain, Mark Eley, Bob Hecker, John McCa1lister, Jim Kotterman, Jerry Taylor, Jim Ellis, Tom Mundy, Steve Eyestone, Dick Ulrich, Mark Lozano, Keith Morris, Tom Spitler, Fred Altvater. ROW 3: Coach Swankhouse, Jim Johnson, Dan Griffith, Mike Logsdon, Chuck Dirmeyer, Don Mohre, Tom Taylor, Dan Binau, Andy Koehler, Jeff Smith, Dave Kin, Rod Dean, Jeff King, Jim Bricely, Mike Mosman, Jeff Eier, Jim Houser, Rod Long, Mike Kuenzli. 100 Yard Dash--Bud Miller, Jim Kotterman, Bernie Spyker. 120 Track Terry McClain places second behind Redman. Mark Lozano stretches over last hurdle as he pulls to beat Redman. Tom Mxmdy finishes in barefeet. Jim Ellis passes off to Dave Fox. l2l U" C HI-LI TES Queen Bonnie I .Lee Kirkland crowns tearful nme. 124 and Her Court Miss Barbara Gerber Miss Marcia McClain Miss Susan Nickless Miss Susan Smith 125 Prom King S Queen l966 Prom Court. I26 m X If Band Queen 19 m fa s ee Marcia Zimmerman I27 Mr . Smith receives a promotion along with a move to New York. The family, who love it in St. Louis where they are and don't want to move, decides to re- bel. Rose, the eldest daughter, causes her father to lose his job, but eventually his boss begs him to come back to the plant with a raise. The whole family goes to the Wor1d's Fair, each girl having her beau, and they all live happily ever after . Meet Me in ROW 1: Kathy Richardson, Marsha Householder, Sue Ellen Smith, Jerry Sipe, Roberta Case, "Scott," Sharon Clark, Tim Everett. ROW 2: Jeff Rhinehart, Paula Swartz, Ed Clinger, Andy Wines, Dan DeBo1t, Martha Coates, Don Shuster, Dave Bils, Jane Clark, Sheila Wells. l28 Saint Louis" Roberta Case . . . "To0tie" Sharon Clark . . . "Agnes" Scoot . . . "Lady Babbie" Kathy Richardson, Marsha Householder, Sue Ellen Smith, Jerry Sipe, Ed Clinger Director . . . Mrs. Marion Gemmill Student Director . . . Sue Sheck Assistant Director Jim Bolton Jesse tells Naomi how much he loves her. The Thread That Jesse Stuart, who has not yet graduated from high school, comes to teach at a rural school. The play depicts his problems and trials there with Guy Hawkins, a bully who has always gotten rid of every previous teacher. Mr. Stuart makes the students, including Guy, learn the values of a good education. Jesse also falls in love with Naomi Dean Norris. The play is an actual episode taken from the life of jesse Stuart. His real wife is Naomi Dean, whom he wrote about in his book, THE THREADTHAT RUNS SO TRUE. A short lunch recess for Jesse and pupils. Jane Cregar, Phil Logsdon, Cheryl Kimmel. 130 Runs So True "The fight is on!" Dave Harsh, Chris Walton, Phil Logsdon, Don Beachler, Cheryl Kimmel, I.1oydBlacburn, Chris Bauer, Steve West, Dan Durkin. "Thanks for the water." Chris Huffman, Dave Harsh, Phil Logsdon, Dan Durkin, Lloyd Blackburn. "Then the contest will begin." Phil Logsdon, Ruth Ann Furniss, Margaret Ward, Connie Barrett,Judy Courtad, Becky DeBo1t, Jane Creger, Cheryl Kimmel, Pat Hurley, Dan Durkin, Steve West, Richard McCo11y, Doug Armstrong, Diane Knepper, Mike Mos- man, Chris Walton, Don Beaschler, Denny Moore, Bev Tivenan, Lloyd Blackburn, Dave Harsh, Vicki McAllister, Bill Whittaker, Chris Bauer, Chris Huffman. I3l "My Fair I NNN 1 1 fi ' ',',',', Barb Gerber, Bev Tivenan, Nancy Mewhorter, Leahn Still, Vicki McAllister, Sharon Strub, Darlene Schimdt, Becky Schimdt, Don Bower, Beth Fox, Roger Wilson, Ruth Sturgeon, Bob Sturgeon, Robin Rome, Jim Rowse, Sam Weaver, Judy Courtad, Monte Rome, Pat Kinley, Judy Predmore, Susan Smith, Denny Moore, Dan Binau, Char- lene Cassel, Marsha Householder, Connie Shuherk, John Ulrich, Marslyn Johnson, Allan Goodman, Richard Mc- Colly, Chris Armstrong, Tom Eyestone, Dave Harsh, Tim Everett, Dave Fox, Ray Smith, Karen McCray, Pat Sanderson, Ed Clinger. Allan Goodhan, Marsha Householder, Dave Harsh. Under the direction of Miss Dorothy lmhoff, "My Fair Lady" was a loverly per- J formance. Miss Eliza Doolittle started out as a lowly flower girl living in the gutter. As a result of a bet, Professor Henry Hig- gins, after many long and late hours of work, made a lady of Eliza and passed her off as a Duchess at the Annual Embassy Ball. Professor Higgins took all the credit for the work Eliza had done, and she de- cided to return to the gutter. She left him, but soon returned to the house, when she realized she couldn't do so "bloody well" without him. A truly "1overly" story, with a "loverly" ending, will always be remem- y bered as one of USHS's best. 132 Lady" "Wouldn 't it be '1overly?" Dan Binau, John Ulrich, Marsha Householder, Jim Rowse, Roger Wilson. "Where 's Eliza? " Dave Fox, Dave Harsh, Allan Goodman. "Charming, charming. " Sharon Scrub, Ray Smith, Karen McCray, Don Bower, Dave Harsh, Allan Goodman, Marsha Householder, Mar- slyn Johnson, Torn Eyestone. "I'm gettin' married in the mornin'. " Ray Smith, Dave Fox, Tim Everett, Marsha Householder. 133 Hi-Y Hi-Teens Dance 134 ! f TAHITIA xi' JV Xk,x PARADISE 38 E Commenc v ient I 966 -m, ' Q '-s -7- 2 0 w 5 00.40 Q mm A AD VER TISIN G ROBERT COPE, D.v.M. GEORGE OKLOK, D.D.s. R. M. ROSSEL, D.D.s. D. J. BAUER, D.o.s. T. H. LAUTERMILCH, O.D. c. B. SCHOOLEIELD, M.D. NORMAN KEAR, D.D.s. PAUL E. EIPPERT H. A. RHODES, K. K. SOLACOFF, J. J. BROWNE, M.D. Call STRASSER 8. SON GOODMAN GRAIN AND SUPPLY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS For Electrical Service Route I Phone 294-3240 229 S. Eighth Phone 294-2882 THE DAILY CHIEF-UNION "We Read lt in the Daily Chief-Union" M. W. Martin, Pres. Paul Creger, Mgr. Editor Stop at ZIMMERMAN GREENHOUSE AND JlM'S GROCERY 8. CARRY OUT FLOWER SHOP For Food and Groceries It Pleases Us to Please You At 665 s. Eighth ' 514 w. Johnson Open 7 Days a Week Phone 294-1231 STEPHAN LUMBER COMPANY Upper Sandusky, Ohio Serving Upper Sandusky Since 1898 Larry and Scotty Flox Say: Shop at FIox's Store. We Carry Clothes for the Entire Family Phone 294-2952 WITZEL MARATHON 222 West Wyandot Ave . Phone 294-3272 RAYMOND YOUNG INSURANCE 413 N . Seventh St. Phone 294-2501 Congratulation 8. Best Wishes to the Class of '66 Have You Ever Wondered Where All Those Q sss Yellow Trucks Are Going? Here It Isl YELLOW TRANSIT FREIGHT LINES Located on Lincoln Highway East. Fine Class Rings, Announcements, Diplomas, 8g Award Jewelry JOSTEN'S INC. Dick Wilson, Rep. Box 29 Bucyrus, Ohio Official Publisher of the Indian Village Annual AMERICAN YEARBOOK Dick Wilson, Rep. Box 29 Bucyrus, Ohio ARMSTRONG CLOTHING NIEDERKOHR BROTHERS Building Contractors North Keller Street Phone 294-1054 WARFEL COAL COMPANY Heating--Insulating--Cooling Sales Service The Store for Men 8. Boys Res. Phone 294-1206 Office Phone 294-l22l Phone 294-3047 .. er .. Uni-Grip Products Corporation .sl 2, C, Oli 2 535 North Keller Street Upper Sandusky lr- NORTH END COIN-OP LAUNDRY 128 West Church St. "Vic" Dry Cleaning ,. 4 W X 1, 1 -Q 'L ., . I? ....-.X ,L 1,2 K ' 0: . -, is Join Your Friends at WYANDOT LAN ES. Bowling Is Fun Under the Modern Conditions at I2i E. Fairview Phone 294-2921 WALTON GRAIN CORP. Dealer in Grain Seeds and Fertilizer Phone 294-2337 Play Golf--For Health and Fun The Game of a Life Time LINCOLN HILLS GOLF Take Your Family For Swimming, MILLS METAL COMPARTMENT CO. Picknicking, Fishing, and Recreation to-- Rural Route I Upper Sandusky SUNSET SPRINGS Phone 294-232l On Route 30N BUY KALMBACH FEEDS DIRECT Feed Manufacturers of Supplement 8. Complete Feeds Phone 294-3500 Upper Sandusky, Ohio KARG SUPPLY CO. AND Patronize Your Home Town Merchants KARG CONTRACTORS lt Profits You in the Long Run New Homes 8. Lots All Building Supplies RlCE'S IGA FOODLINER 32l N. Fourth St. Jct. l82 and Rt. 30 N. Phone 294- l 508 Upper Sandusky MILLINGTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY ROGER'S JEWELRY Bulova , Croton Caravelle Watches Krementz Jewelry Tiffin, Imperial Cambridge Crystal 143 N . Sandusky Ave. Syracuse 8t Francisan China Airway Luggage Keepsake Diamonds 294-2472 You Can Fine Standard Oil Products, Best Wishes to the Class of ll66ll Tires, Top Value Stamps, Car Washing RICK'S BEAUTY SALON and Warm Hospitality at GRAFMlLLER'S SOHIO BAKER' S PARTY STORE Drive Thru Carry Out 610 North Warpole Phone 294-3392 Compliments of DELAPLANE APPLIANCES, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SYCAMORE Located at 108 N. Sandusky Ave., Fur- nishes the Appliances Used by the Girls in the Home Economms Room' "The Bank of Friendly Service" WELLES DEPARTMENT STORES Marion Plaza, Rt. 95 Marion, Ohio Open Daily l0A.M. fo I0 P.M. Sunday I2 Noon To 7 P.M. Welles Undersel ls Goodyear Ti res Sporting Equipment BUD'S SUNOCO SERVICENTER Cheerful, Efficient Service 401 N. Sandusky 294-1073 Make It a Habit to Visit Our Store Often. New Merchandise A ' DQ' "Wes 'ly Thomas 8. Frantz NEIKIRK sq TO S1 .oo stone Furniture Store CarriesFamous Brands of Furniture Upper Sandusky, Ohio Carpets, 8. Bedding 294-2256 LUCAS FUNERAL HOME Upper Sandusky, Morral, 8K Nevada Phone 294-1985 ARTZ DEPARTMENT STORE I06 S . Sandusky Women's Wearing Apparel Draperies 294-246 I Children's Clothing 8. Shoes Dry Goods PARKWAY MOBILE HOME VILLAGE AND SALES For Sale: SI5, 000 Worth of Home for About If3 the Cost. SCHECK'S MARKETS Upper Sandusky 8. Carey Fine Foods at Lower Prices Congratulation to the Class of I966 CLETE'S SERVICE GARAGE Automotive Repair R. W2 294-I785 KOEHLER PAINT STORE 102 N. Sandusky Phone 294-1969 s KOEHLER DRUG STORE 136 N . Sandusky Phone 1916 ZIMMERMAN MOBIL SERVICE STATION Located on S. Sandusky, Is Famous for Its Friendly Efficient Service. VOGEL'S SHOE STORE Has Been Selling Quality Footwear for over 75 Years. Why Not Stop at 104 S. Sandusky and Try a Pair. Compliments of HALVIN HOTEL 8. CHATEAU BEAUTY SALON Owner--Etta Dil Iey Operators--Sharon McQuown Diane Wrightsman 201-203 N . Sandusky Ave. ASHTON'S 5c 81 10c STORE Offer Quality Merchandise at Low Prices 118 N . Sandusky 294-1461 SMITH'S V 8- S HOME 8. AUTO STORE fFormerIy the Moore's Storei THE VILLAGE DRIVE-IN Famous Across the Country For Auto Sup- I' 8.T ,IL d 117W.W - Is the Perfect Combination of Fine Food, 5oIteAve.oys S ocate at yon Good Service, 8. Pleasant Atmosphere. Phone 294-3515 il W' 1' s :IL 7--1 THE FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Since 1860 Upper Sandusky, Nevada S DEAN a PAGNARD BARBER SHOP l ,ssh . 211 N. Sandusky Ave. Phone 294-3063 Shop at UPPER DRUG CROW MOTOR SALES INC. Where Prescriptions Are Their Business Chevrolet and Buick For Free Delivery Call 294-1546 Phone 294-2386 BRINGMAN AND COMPANY 226 E. Wyandot Ave. Upper Sandusky Funeral Directors Since 1909 W. P. Bringman J. A. Bringman 294-2328 WYANDOT COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS ASSN. BOWEN IMPLEMENT CO. CAREY IMPLEMENT STORE CREEGER IMPLEMENT CO. SCHMIDT MACHINE CO. UPPER FARM SERVICE U. S. IMPLEMENT VENT IMPLEMENT WYANDOT TRACTOR 8. IMPLEMENT DAY'S NEWS 8. GIFTS Greeting Cards, Gifts, 8. Reading Material IOI N. Sandusky BU RSON -HALE INC . Carey, Ohio Styled Clothing and Jewelry Levi Whitesta 9 I giggglgon You Can Be Sure of Fine Quality Arrow Hush puppie Dairy Products When They Come from Bo"""X Maveflck CHIEF DAIRY PRODUCTS, DIV Brookfield Bulova Lakeland Buslon PINKERTNGTON CREAMERY Samsonite At 422 West Guthrie Street KlNLEY'S DAIRY Serving Wyandot County with Pasteurized Dairy Products oftthe Finest Quality 294-35l 2 294-l 247 Upper Sandusky The Chevron and Shield Are the Symbol ofthe Dairy Guild of America, A National Organization of Independent Dairy Craftmen Pledged to Maintain the Highest Standard of Excellence HARTS JEWELRY STORE 114 N . Sandusky Phone 294-1036 WILSON TIRE AND BATTERY Recapping Fi resfone Tires Upper Sandusky, Ohio 35 gi E sf Is a Shopper's Paradise Phone 294-1971 WYANDOT AUTOMOBILE CLUB It Pays to Belong 235 N . Sandusky Phone 294-2315 Best Wishes to You from WOOD'S STEER BARN INN INDIAN SPRINGS POULTRY COMPANY Plant 294-2225 Home 294-1817 Ducks and Turkeys CRAMER PLUMBING AND HEATING Peerless Furnaces National U.S. Boilers Kelvinator Appliances Speed Queen Washers 8. Dryers I32 N. Sandusky Ave. Phone 294-I93I HARPSTER GRAIN AND FEED COMPANY Serves Harpster with the Best in Grain, Feed, Fertilizer, and Merchandise Compliments 8. Best Wishes from RICHARDSON'S FLOWER SHOP 646 N . Sandusky Ave . THE FIRST BUILDING AND LOAN ASSN. COMPANY At 212 S. Sandusky Ave. Offers Four Percent Divident Rate CORKY'S COFFEE SHOP Breakfast--Lunch--Dinner II6 E. Wyandot Ave. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK Upper Sandusky Compliments of WHARTON BANK Phone 458-2121 Wharton, Ohio , CASTANlEN'S DEPENDABLE CHRIS INSURANCE Misses, Ladies 81 Children's Store 107 N. Sandusky Ave. Phone 294-3116 213 N . Sandusky Ave. Phone 294-1327 UPPER AUTO PARTS INC. Distributors of Automobile Parts 81 Supplies AP Mufflers McQuay Norris Parts 117 E. Walker Phone 294-1961 Congratulations to the Class of '66 STOLL CASKET CO. STANSBERY 8. STECK I-ITE STAR Oll- CO. Friendly Self Service Since I927 For Bulk Delivery or Night Service Stop Here and Fill'er Up. L. Sfeck R. Sfansbery I34 N. Sandusky Phone 294-2241 SPENCER CHEMICAL DIVISION GULF OIL CORPORATION "Don t Just Fertilize . . . Spencerize" Harpster, Ohio Phone 496-2522 LEE'S TRADING POST, in Three Locations, Offers Sporting Goods, Boats and Motors, Lawnmowers, Motor- cycles, and General Merchandise. Open Every Evening. 124 E Compliments of STECH ER INSURANCE AGENCY I34 S . Sandusky Household Tools Gardening Implement Building Material Pump Sale and Service PHEIFER HARDWARE Wyandot 294-227I . v .ut all , l"l. Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth ot ls the Authorized Dealer of Olds 81 Dodge Cars and Trucks' Home of Eat Mor Bread 8. Pastries. 301 N . Sandusky 294-i953 Phone 294-1981 Vertical Concrete Construction 425 West Walker RUTTMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 294-3538 Slip Form and Jump Form Upper Sandusky Modem Accomodations For the Weary Traveler RONALD EYESTONE'S BARBER SHOP HOPKINS MOTEL Phone 294-3014 Air Condition . . . T.V. 116 E. Johnson St. 294-2141 318 W. Wyandot KIMMEL CLEANERS INC. Phone 294-1959 Upper Sandusky, Ohio EAGLE NEST HATCHERY Men's and Boy's Fine For Poultry Service and Supplies Clothing and Shoes 119 South Seventh Street JIM DUGAN'S Phone 294-2442 Marion, Ohio THE U.S. COMMISSICJN COMPANY Builder's Supplies, Grains, Feeds, Seeds, Coal, Fertilizer 8- Flour Ashland Petroleum Products Upper Sandusky, Ohio Joe C. King McCutchenviIle Phone 2312 294-237l "We Aim to Serve to Sell Again" Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE HARPSTER BANK Organized 1883 Harpster, Ohio Compliments of J. L. FOUGHT MARSEILLES IGA MARKET Dick 8. Ellen Emptage Marseilles, Ohio SHAFER INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance 130 S . Sandusky Ave. Phone 294-2971 JlM'S SOHIO SERVICE Upper Soft Wafer Delivery Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2018 RESTAURANT James E. Walter, Owner Compliments of CORFMAN GRAVEL CO. Washed Sand and Gravel Phone Sycamore 927-9307 R.R. 'll4 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Visit DAIRY SNACK DRIVE-IN DENNIS BARNES REALTY Upper Sandusky, Ohio For Complete Real Estate Service and Farm Loans Phone 294-3571 Congratulations 8. Best Wishes CHARLES H. MCCARTHY QUARRY Crushed Stone, All Sizes . . . Agricultural Lime QUALITY SERVICE Upper's Oldest and Largest Dealer of Furniture, Carpets, Bedding NEWELL 8- JOHNSON INSURANCE Insurance 'H' Bonds BLUE FURNITURE CO. Over 50 Years of Service to I I6 S. Sandusky Ave. Wyandot County Phone 294-1500 IIO E. Wyandot Ave . Phone 294-2395 Dicken 8x Wonder Studio Portraits Fostoria, Ohio Commercial Industrial School Photography Kodak Finishing Devoted to the Creation of Fine Photography Indian Village Photographer See the Stars at STAR THEATER 121 W. Wyandot Ave. Phone 294-2217 Wyandot Seeds OSCAR C. BERG AND SONS Seed Wheat, Oats, Beans, and Hybred Seed Corn Route ffz Farm Ph. 294-1849 330 N . Seventh City Ph . 294-2277 Upper Sandusky Growing 8. Distributing Seeds Since 1921 KARL'S RESTAURANT 136 S . Sandusky Phone 294-3501 JOHN DEBOLT INSURANCE 229 E. Wyandot Phone 294-2026 Compliments of WYAN DOT COUNTY BAR ASSN . F. Bacon J. Morehart P. Burson H. L. Mason F. Cassel C. A. Naus ,onmmmo W. J. Hunter R. C. Price Judge Kear H. Roth D. C. Mason R. H. Stansbery Marion, Ohio Judge Schoneberger Parts EMERAL D. PFEIFER SALES AND SERVICE International Trucks Sales Service "Where to Buy Them" PFEIFER TRANSFER COMPANY Trucking-- Livestock 206 N . WarpoIe Phone 294-2367 BEARD'S SOHIO PATRON PAGE PETE LINK MONUMENTS COTTAGE BEAUTY SHOP-- LORAINE BEAUTY SALON Nevada, Ohio EAGLES CLUB EMICK'S MARATHON Nevada, Ohio MONTGOMERY WARD AGENCY NEVADA FURNITURE THE SYCAMORE FOOD LOCKER FOX'S GARAGE SNACK SHACK DRIVE-IN GIER T.V. STEINBAUGH'S GARAGE GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE LEO WRIGHT, GRUNDTISCH FORD KLEINLEIN J EWELERS Mgr. of Kroger Store Senior Activities CHRIS, ARMSTRONG--FTA 2, Orange and Black 4, Indian Village Staff 4, Art Club 3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri- Masque 2,3,4, Thespians 2,3,4, Extra-Curricular Speech 3,4, 3rd in district, 7th in State, Radio Club 3,4, Marching Band 1,2,3, Activity Band 1, Symphonic Band 2,3, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Mad Women of Chail- lot" 3, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, "Carnival" 2, "Here's love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, Quill and Scroll 4, BAKER, BRENDA--Brenda lived in Fremont, Ohio until the spring of her senior year. In Fremont she belonged to several organizations. Librarian 4, Office girl 3,4, FHA 3, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Pep Club 3, Biology Club l,2,3,4, BAKER, TOM--Football l,2,3, Track 2, Intramural Basket- ball 2,3, BARBER, NANCY--Art Club 3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chai1ott" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 1, Solo and Ensemble Groups 1, BARDON, ROBERT--Key Club 4, Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity U 4, MixedChon1s 1, Football 2,3,4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, BARICK, NANCY--National Honor Society 3,4, Vice Pres. 4, Scholarshipwinners l,2,4, FTA 2,3,4, Annual Sales- man 4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque l,2,3,4, Radio Club 4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Class Officer 4, Secretary, Solo and Ensemble Group 1, BARTH, PAT--l-'TA 3,4, Orange and Black 3, Hi-Teens 2, 3,4, Tri Masque 3,4, Mixed Chonis 1, BOLYARD, SYLVIA--National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winners4, I-'TA l,2,3,4, FNA 3,4, Orange and Black 4, Annual Salesrnen 3, Hi-Teens 2, Extra-Curricular Speech 4, Marching Band 1, Activity Band 2, Sym- phonic Band 1,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Quill and Scroll 4, Pep Club 1,2, Solo and Ensemble Group 4, Ensemble Choir 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, District Band 4, BORKOSKY, JANET--Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Cheerleaders 1, Pep Club 1, Ensemble Choir 4, BOWER, CAROLYN--National Honor Society 3 ,4, Scholar- ship Winners 2,3,4, FTA 2,3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri- Masque 2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, En- semble Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, "The Mad- women of Chailott" 3, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, "My Fair Lady" 4, "Carnival" 2, Pep Club 1, BOWER, JERRY--Student Council 4, National Honor So- ciety4, Scholarship Winners 1 ,2,3,4, Scholarship Team 3,4, KeyClub 4, I-li-Y 4, Varsity U 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball l,2, Baseball l,2,3,4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Boy's State Representative Intramural Basketball 3 ,4 , BOWLING, REGINA--FHA 2,3, BILS, DAVID--Key Club 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Track 2,3, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, Intra- mural Basketball 3,4, BRINSON, VONICE--Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chonis 1, BROWN, MARYANN--Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Ensemble Group 1, CAROTHERS, BILL-- CAROLL, SUE--Orange and Black 4, Hi-Teens 4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, CASE, ROBERTA--Scholarship Team 4, Orange and Black 1, Hi-Teens 3,4, Tri-Masque 2,3,4, Thespians 4, Marching Band 1,2,3, Activity Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 3, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, "Here's Love"3, Carnival" 2. CLARK, JANE--Office Girl 4, Art Club 3,4, Hi-Teens 3,4, Thespians 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club l,2, CLARK, SHARON--FHA 1, Orange and Black 4, Art Club 4, Steno Club 4, Thespians 4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 1, CLINGER, EDWIN--FFA l,2,3,4, Treasurer, Thespians 4, Marching Band l,2,3,4, Activity Band 1, Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, COATES, MARTHA--Martha lived in Upper, Memphis, Tennessee, and Edwardsville, Illinois, during her four yearsof high school. In Memphis she was a member of the Drill Team l,2, Co-Capt. 2, Latin Club l,2, FTA l,2, Hi-Teens 2, and the Junior National Honor So- city 1. In Edwardsville she belonged to PTA 3, and Hi- Teens 3. In Upper,she belonged to FTA 4, Orange and Black 4, Hi-Teens 4, Tri-Masque 4, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4. CORFMAN, GUS--Student Council 4, President, National Honor Society 3 ,4, Scholarship Winners l,2,3,4, Schol- arship Team 3,4, Varsity U 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Sopho- more Choir 2, Basketball l,2,3,4, QReserve 2, Varsity 3,4,j, Baseball l,2,3,4, Senior Class President, Boy's State Representative, COTTREl.L, PAULETTE--FHA 1,2,3, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Steno Club 4, Hi-Teens 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, DARWIN COUCH-- COURTAD, CONNIE--Indian Village Staff 4, Art Club 2,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Radio Club 4, March- ing Band 1,2,3,4 Majorettes 3,4, Head Majorette 4, ActivityBand 1,2, Symphonic Band 3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Mad- women of Chaillot" 3, "Carnival" 2, "My Fair Lady" 4, "Here's Love" 3, Pep Club 1, Choir Ensemble 4, COURTAD, MARCY--Student Council 3, National Honor Society4, Scholarship Winners 4, l-'I'A 3,4, Orange and Black 2,3, Editor 3, Annual Salesmen 4, I-Ii-Teens 2, 3,4, Tri-Masque 2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 1, COURTAD, STAN--Varsity U 2,3 ,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Football Manager 2,3,4, DE BOLT, DAN--Student Council 3,4, PA Club l,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Varsity U 2,3,4, Marching Band l,2, Mixed Band 1,2, Mixed Chorus 1, Track l,2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Junior Class President, Basketball Manager 2, DE BOLT, DODGE--Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1,2, Intramural Basketball 3,4, DIBLE, BARB- -FNA 3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 2, Marching Band 1, Activity Band l,2, Concert Choir 3, 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Ensemble Group 1, DIRMEYER, CHUCK--Hi-Y 3,4, VarsityU 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Intramural Basketball 4, EIPPERT, TOM--Varsity U 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1, 2,3,4, Golf 1, EKLEBERRY, MIKE--Art Club 3,4, Treasurer 4, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 3,4, Extra-Curricular Speech 4, Varsity U 2, 3,4, Intramural Basketball 4, Football Manager 2, ELLIOT, LINDA--FHA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, EVERETT, TIM--National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winners 1,2,3,4, Orange and Black 4, Indian Village Staff 4, Key Club 3,4, Secretary 4, Hi-Y 4, Thespians 4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 'The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "My Fair Lady" 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Solo and Ensemble Group 1, Sophomore Ensemble 2, Schol- arship Team l,2,3, FEELEY, CAROLYN--FHA 1,2, Bowling 2, FELEY, DONNA--FHA 1,2, Bowling 2, FEUERSTEIN, MIKE--Varsity U, Basketball 3,4, Baseball 2, 3,4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Intramural Basketball 2, FOX, DAVE--Student Council 4- -Vice President, Key Club 3,4, Thespians 3,4--President, Varsity U 1,2,3,4-- President, Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir 4, Soph- omore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1,2,3,4--Co- Captain, Basketball 1,2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, Class Officers 1--Sec. Treas., Boy's State Alternate, Intramural Bas- ketball 3,4, FRITCI-IIE, Sl-IARYN--FHA 2, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 3, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Pep Club 1,2, GERBER, BARBARA--Student Council 2,4--Treasurer, Office Girl 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Winners 4, FTA 1,2,3--Treasurer 4--Secretary, Annual Salesman l,2,3, l-Ii-Teens 2,3,4--President, Tri- Masque 1,2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Radio Club 3, March- ingBand 1, Music Council 3, Symphonic Band 1, Con- cert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Ensemble 3,4, "Carnival" 2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "My Fair Lady" 4, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Homecoming Court 4, Track Attendant 1, Prom Qieen 4, Prom Chairman 3, Presi- dent Sophomore Class, Girl's State Representative, Pep Club 1,2, GETZ, JANICE--Office Girl 4, Scholarship Winners l,2,3, 4, FNA 3,4, I-Ii-Teens 2,3,4, Prom Server 2, Scholar- ship Team 1,2,3,4, GOODMAN, ALLAN--Student Council 2,4, Librarian 3, National Honor Society 3,4--President, Scholarship Winner 1,2,3,4, l-'I'A 3,4, PA 2,3--Treasurer 4, Indian Village Staff 4, Hi-Y 2,3--Secretary--4--President, Tri-Masque 2,3--Vice President--4, Thespians 3,4, Radio Club 3--President--4, Concert Choir 3,4, Soph- omore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Student Director 2, Basketball 1, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, "Carnival" 2, Ensemble 3,4, Scholarship Team l,2,3, 4, Prom Chairman 3, Boy's State Representative, Quill and Scroll 4, IntramuralBasketball3, Scholarship Team 1-l2v3r4i Gll.l.EN, PAT--Steno Club 4, Concert Choir 3,4 , Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Bowling 4, GOTTFRIED, LYNN--Annual Salesman 1,2, Ensemble Choir 3,4, Hi-Y 4, Varsity U 1,2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball l,2,3, 4, Baseball 1,2,3,4 "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, Class Officers 1--Vice Presi- dent, Student Director 1, GOTTFRHED, STEPHAN--Student Council 4, FFA 1,2,3,4-- President, Key Club 4, Marching Band 1, Symphonic Band 1, Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Basketball 1,2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Intramural Basketball3,4, All Ohio Youth Choir 3,4, GREGORY, GARY--Marching Band 1,2, Pep Band 1,2, Symphonic Band l,2,3, GROTI-I, J OHN--Scholarship Winner 4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Intramural Basketball HALBEDEL, BONNIE--Student Council 4, National Honor Society 4, FTA 1,2,3,4, Annual Salesman 3, Hi-Teens 2,3,4--Treasurer, Marching Band 1, Activity Band 1, 2--Treasurer, Sophomore Choir 2, Cheerleader l,2,3, 4, Homecoming Queen, Vice President Sophomore Class, Pep Club 1,2, HANNIBAL, CHERYL--FI-IA 1,2--Treasurer--3, FNA 3, Orange and Black 2,3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3, Thespians 4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "My Fair Lady"4, Pep Club 1,2, Special Ensemble 3,4, FHA Delegates 2,3, HARE, NANCY--Librarians 4, Art Club 2, Steno Club 4-- Vice President, Hi-Teens 2, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Pep Club 2, Music Office 2, I-IECKATHORN, ARDEN--Hi-Y 4, Basketball l,2,3, Intra- mural Basketball 4, HECKATHORN,BARB--Steno Club 4--Secretary, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "My Fair Lady" 4, I-IECKER, ROBERT--FTA 3, Key Club 3,4, Hi-Y 4, Varsity U 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1,2,3,4, Track l,2,3, 4, Bowling 3,4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, HEILMAN, JIM--Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball 1, Bowling 2, 3,4, HEMMERLY, BARB--FNA 3, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Bowling 4, HENSEL, SCUFT--VarsityU 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1, 2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Track 2,3, Baseball 1, Intramural Basketball 3,4, HE'I'l'ICH, MICKEY --Bowling 4, HOOVER, MURIEL--Steno Club 4, Marching Band 1,2, Activity Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 3,4, HORN, JEAN--Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, HOUSE!-IOLDER, MARSHA--Student Council 4, FTA l,2,3, Indian Village Staff 4, Art Club 3, I-li-Teens 2, Tri- Masque 2,3,4--President, Thespians 2,3,4, Extra-Cur- ricular Speech 2,3, Marching Band l,2,3, Majorettes 2,3, Activity Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 3, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Bowl- ing 3,4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis"4, "Here 's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, "Car- nival" 2, All Ohio Youth Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir 3,4, HUFFMAN, PAT-- HURLEY, MIKE--Scholarship Team 2, FTA 2,3, Sophomore Choir 2, Track 1,2, JEVAS, RENA--I-TA 3,4, Orange and Black 3, Concert Choir 3,4, Special Ensemble 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, All Ohio Youth Choir 3, Assistant Student Director 4, KARG, DAN--Student Council 4, VarsityU 4, Marching Band 1, Activity Band 1, Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chonis 1, "Car- nival" 2, Football l,2,3,4, Bowling 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 4, Concert Choir Student Director 4, KELLY, DEXTER-- KERR, SUE--FNA 2,3,4, Orange and Black 2,3,4, Art Club 2,3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, KING, JERRY--Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4, VarsityU l,2,3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2, Golf l,2,3,4, "My Fair Lady" 4, Intramural Basketball l,2, KIRCI-INER,JEAN--Orange and Black 2,3, Art Club 3, Hi- Teens 2,3,4, Marching Band 1,2,3, Activity Band 1, SymphonicBand 2,3, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Pep Club 1, KNEPPER, LINDA--FNA 3,4--Vice President, Orange and Black l,2,3,4, Hi-Teens 2,4, Tri-Masque 2,3,4, March- ing Band l,2,3,4, Activity Band 1,2, Symphonic Band 3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Quill and Scroll 4, Pep Club 1, KOTTERMAN, JAMES--Varsity U 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football l,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4--Co-Captain, Intra- mural Basketball 3, KUENZLI, ROBERT--Hi-Y 2 ,3,4, Tri-Masque 3 ,4, Thespians 3,4,VarsityU 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 4, Track 1,2,3, Bowling 1,2,3, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Here's Love" 3, LANDVERSIC1-IT, PAT-- Scholarship Team 1, Scholarship Winner 1, Football 1, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, LARICK, RUSS--Art Club 45 Hi-Y 3,4, VarsityU 2,3,4, Track 1, Bowling 1,3,4, Golf 2,3,4, Intramural Basket- ball 3,4, Football Manager 2,3,4, Basketball Manager 3, LEIGHTEY, DAVE--Football 3, Track l,2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 4, LOGSDON, MIKE--Varsity U 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Golf 1, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, LOGSDON, PAT--Student Council 4, librarians 4, National I-lonor Society 3,4, Scholarship Winners l,2,3,4, Schol- arship Team 1,2,4, FTA 3,4, Orange and Black 4, Hi- Teens 2,3,4 Tri-Masque 2,3,4, 'I'hespians 3,4--Sec- retary, Debate Team 3, Radio Club 3,4, "The Mad- women of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "Here 's Love" 3, "Brigadoon" 2, Gir1's State Repre- sentative, Pep Club 1--Secretary, Annual Salesman 3, D.A.R, Good Citizen 4, Betty Crocker Good Home- maker 4, LONG, EDWIN--lndian Village Staff 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Con- cert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Ensemble Choir 3,4, LOVERICH, TERESA--Student Council 4, National Honor Society 3,4--Secretary-Treasurer, Scholarship Winner l,2,3,4, FNA 3,4--Treasurer, Indian Village Staff 4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4--Vice-President, Tri-Masque 2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Radio Club 3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "My Fair Lady" 4, Girl's State Representative, Pep Club 1,4, Ensemble Choir 4, "Carnival" 2, Scholarship Team l,2, MARTIN, J IM--Sophomore Choir 2, McCALLISTl-IR, JOHN--FFA 4, Key Club 3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity U 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, Intra- mural Basketball 2,3,4, McCI.AIN, MARCIA--Librarians 3,4, National Honor So- ciety 3,4, Annual Salesmen 3, Indian Village Staff 4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 3,4--Treasurer, Thes- pians 4, Junior Class Treasurer, "'1'he Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Track Attendant 3, Homecoming Court 4, Marcia lived in Bucyrus for her Freshman year of High School and went to Col. Crawford High School. As a freshman she was in the FHA 1, and Art Club 1, at Col. Crawford. MCCLAIN, TERRY--Varsity U 2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, McCRAY, KAREN--Karen lived in Charleston, Illinois for her ninth, tenth, and eleventh years of high school. She participated in the following activities in Illinois. Student Council l,2, Freshman Class Secretary, Quill and Scroll 3, Student Director 2, G.A.A. 1, Girls' Chorus l,2, Mixed Chorus 3, Madrigals 3, "Finian's Rainbow" 2, "Lil Abner" 1, "Wildcat" 3, "Damn Yankees" 2, Gilbert and Sullivans Operetta 1, Girls' Triple Trio 2, In Upper Karen has been a part of sev- eral organizations. Indian Village Staff 4, Art Club 4-- Secretary, Hi-Teens 4, Tri-Masque 4, Thespians 4, Extra-Curricular Speech 4, Concert Choir 4, "My Fair Lady" 4, McDANIEL, SANDY--National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winners 1,2,3,4 Steno Club 4, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. louis" 4, Pep Club 2,4, Scholarship Team 2,4, McKEE, MIKE--Student Council 1, Hi-Y 3,4--Vice-Presi- dent, Varsity U 3,4--Secretary, Football l,2,3,4, Bas- ketball l,2,3, Track 3, Baseball 1,2,4, "The Mad- women of Chaillot" 3, Freshman class President, Intra- mural Basketball 4, Scholarship Team 2,3,4, MESSMER, SHERRY--Pep Club 4, MILLER, PHYLLIS--FHA 2, MILLER, RON--Varsity U 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1,2,3, Track l,2, MOI-IRE, DON--National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winners 1,3, FFA l,2, Key Club 4--Vice-President, Hi-Y 4, Varsity U 4, Marching Band l,2, Activity Band 1,2, Football 45 Basketball 1, Track 4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Scholarship Team l,2,3,4, MOONEY, BOB--FFA l,2,3,4, NEEDS, TOM--Libarians 3, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winner 4, FTA 3,4, Indian Village Staff-- Business Manager, Key Club 4, Scholarship Team 3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity U l,2,3,4, Marching Band 1, Ac- tivity Band 1, Basketball Manager 1, Tennis 4, Base- ball Manager 1, Quill and Scroll 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 3,4, NEW MAN, JACK--Scholarship Winner 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1,2, Bowling 3, Golf 3,4, NICKLESS, SUSAN--Student Council 4, FTA l,2,3--Vice- President--4, Indian Village Editor, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque2,3,4, Radio Club 3, Marching Band l,2-- President, Band Council 2, Activity Band 2, Symphonic Band 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Cheerleader l,2,3, Homecom- ing Court 4, Prom Court, Junior Class Secretary, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Pep Club 1,2,4--President, Scholarship Winner 1,4, Girl's State Alternate 3, NIEDERKOHR, DENNY--Varsity U 4, Football 1,4, Track l,2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 4, NIEDERKOI-IR, KEN--FTA 3, Art Club 4, Football 1, Base- ball 1, "'I'he Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Intramural Basketball 2,3 , NIEDERKOHR, RICK--Art Club 2,3,4, Football 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Intramural Basketball l,2, NORDYKE, REBECCA--Art Club 4, NUTTER, BOB--Bowling 2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, "The Mad- women of Chaillot" 3, Intramural Basketball 3,4, NYE, LINDA--Office Girl 4, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship 1,4, F'I'A 2,3,4, Orange and Black 1, Hi- Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque l,2,3,4, Thespians 4, Radio Club 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chail- lot" 3, Pep Club 1,4, ORIANS,YVONNE--Student Council 4, FTA 3,4- -President, Annua Salesmen 4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 2,3, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Junior Class Vice President, OSBORN, KATHY--Librarians 3,4, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winner 4, Scholarship Team 3,4, FTA 3, FHA 4, I-Ii-Teens 2,3,4, Thespians 4, Debate Teams 4, MarchingBand 1, Activity Band 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 2, 4 I PFEIFER, ELAINE--Scholarship winner 4, Steno Club 4, Hi- Teens 2,3,4, Marching Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4, ActivityBand 2, Symphonic Band 1,3 ,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Choir Accompanist l,2,3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, Pep Club 1, "Carnival" 2, Ensemble Choir 3,4, PFEIFER, MIKE--Varsity U 3,4, Football l,2,3,4, Basket- ball Manager 3, Intramural Basketball l,2,3,4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 2, PHILLIPS, CAROL--FHA 1,4, RATLIFF, JUDY--FHA l,3,4, Bowling 4--Captain REBER, STEVE--National Honor Society 3,4, Scholarship Winner l,4, Hi-Y 4, Varsity 3,4, Football 1, Basket- ball 1,2,3,4, Tennis 2,3, Baseball 4, Boy's State Alternate 3, RICHARDSON, JUNIOR--FFA l,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, RICHARDSON, KATHY--Student Council 4-- Secretary, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winner 3, FTA 3,4, Annual Salesmen 4, Steno Club 4--President, Hi- Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 3, Thespians 4, Marching 1, 2,3,4, Band Council 4, Activity Band l,2, Symphonic Band 3,4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 1, RINEI-IART,JEFF--Football1,2, Track 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Intramural Basketball 4, ROBERTSON, DON--Bowling 1, ROBEY, STEVE--Football l,2,3, ROGERS, LINDA--FHA l,2, ROME, ROBIN--Scholarship Winner 4, FTA 4, FNA 4, Orange and Black 4, Indian Village Staff 4, Art Club 2,3,4, Hi-Teens 2, Tri-Masque 2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Radio Club 4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Bowling 3, Cheerleader l,2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "Carnival" 2, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, Pep Club l,2, Scholarship Team 3, ROSE, DONNA-- SCI-HLLING, EMILY--Scholarship Team 3, FTA 2,3,4, Hi- Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 3,4, Thespians 4, Concert choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chonrs 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, SCHINDLER, MARY--Office Girl 4, National Honor So- ciety 3,4, Scholarship Winner 1, ArtClub 2, Steno Club 4--Treasurer, Hi-Teens 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Bowling 4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club l,2, Scholarship Team 3,4, SHERMAN, DIANNA--Orange and Black l, Art Club 3,4, Hi-Teens 3,4, Thespians 4, Marching Band l,2,3, Ac- tivity l,2, Symphonic Band 3, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, SHUSTER, DON--FFA 4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, SIPE, JERRY--National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Win- ner 3,4, Indian Village Staff 4, Scholarship Team 2,3, 4, Debate Team 4, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, SIPE, MARY -Steno Club 4, SMALLEY, JOHN--FFA l,2,3,4, Key Club 4, Varsity U 4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Tennis 3, SMITH, ERLEEN--FNA 3, Orange and Black 3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 2, Marching Band l,2,3, Activity Band l,2, Symphonic Band 3,4, Pep Club 2, SMITH, JAMES--Student and Council 4, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winner l,2,3,4, Scholarship Team l,2,4, Indian Village Staff 4, Key Club 4-- President Hi-Y 4, SMITH, JUDY--Fl-IA l,2- -Historian and Reporter, Hi- Teens 3,4, Pep Club 2, SMITH, RAY--Student Council 4, Art Club 1,2,3,4--Presi- dent Key Club 1, Hi-Y 1, Tri-Masque 1, Thespians 2, 3,4, Varsity U l,2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore 2,Mixed Chorus 1, Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Brigadoon" 2, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair lady" 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, "Carnival" 2, SMITH, SUE ELLEN--Student Council 4, Librarians 3, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winner 4, Indian Village Staff 4, Editor Thespians 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Meet Me in St. Ipuis" 4, "Brigadoon" 1, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, Girl's State Altemate 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Pep Club l,2,4, SMITH, SUSAN--FTA 3,4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Tri-Masque 3, 4, Radio Club 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Cheerleader 3, l-bmecoming Court 4, Track Attendant 2, "My Fair Lady" 4, SNYDER, PAT--Steno Club 4, Marching Band l,2,3, Pep Band 2,3, Activity Band 1, Symphonic Band 2,3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, SNYDER, WAYNE--I-Ii-Y 3,4, Varsity U 3,4, Football l,2, 3,4, Track 3,Intramura1 Basketball 2,3,4, SPITLER, JAN--Fl-IA l,2,3,4, Art Club 4, Pep Club 2, SPYKER, BERNIE--Key Club 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Varsity U 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Basketball l,2, Track l,2,3,4, Inuamural Basketball 3,4, STEINBAUGH, THERESA--Office Girl 3, Scholarship Win- ner 3,4, Hi-Teens 3,4, Mixed Chorus 1, STILL, MARTIN-- STRASSER, JOE--Football 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, STURGEON, RUTH--Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Con- cert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, Pep Club 1, "Can-rival 2, Ensemble Choir 3,4, SWARTZ, IRMA--FHA 2,3, Orange and Black 3,4--Ex- change Editor, Steno Club 4, Hi-Teens 3, Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir l,2, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot"i 3, Quill and Scroll 4, SWARTZ, PAULA--FTA 2,3, Steno Club 4, Hi-Teens 2,3, 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, SWIEGARD,BOB--FFA l,2,3,4, MarchingBand l,2, Activity Band l,2, Concert Choir 3 ,4, Sophomore Choir 2, SWIHART, LINDA--Office Girl 3,4, Orange and Black 3,4, Indian Village Staff 4, Art Club 2,3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, SWINHART, JOYCE--Fl-IA 1,2,3, Art Club 4, Pep Club 1, TAYLOR, JERRY--Key Club 3,4, Hi-Y 3,4,--Treasurer, Varsity U 3,4--Vice President, Football l,2,3,4--Co- Captain, Honorable Mention all-league in football, Track l,2,3,4, Senior Class Vice President, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, THIEL, CAROLYN--Art Club 2,3,4, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Bowling 4, THEIL, CONNIE--Fl-IA 4, Hi-Teens 3,4, Thespians 4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 3, THOMAS, CAROLYN--FTA 2,3,4, FHA 1,2, Steno Club 4, Hi-Teens 2,3, Marching Band l,2, Activity Band l,2, Concert Choir 3,4, Ensemble Choir 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, THORTON, LARRY--FFA l,2,3,4, TIELL, RUTH ANN--Scholarship Winner 1, FHA 1,2,3,4-- Treasurer, FNA 3,4--Secretary, I-li-Teens 3,4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, "Here's Love" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, FHA Delegates 3, 4, "Carnival" 2, Ruth Ann went to Carey High School for her Freshmen year of High School. At Carey she was a member of Latin Club 1, Mixed Chorus 1, GAA 1, FHA 1, TILTON, SUE--FTA l,2,3,4, FHA 4, Orange and Black 1, Thespians 4, Marching Band 1,2, Activity Band l,2, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, TRACHSEL, ROBBE--FTA 3,4, I-Ii-Teens l,2,3,4, Tri- Masque 2, Concert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, TUCKER, PAT--Office Girl 4, Orange and Black 3, Steno Club 4, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 1, . -Li VAN HORN, BEV-- VAN SCOIT, ROBERT--Art Club 3, Hi-Y 2, Bowling 1, ln- tramural Basketball 1,2,3, VEHRS, KENNETH-- WAGNER,JANICE--Student Council 4, Librarians 3, Office Girl 4, National Honor Society 4, Scholarship Winner 1,3, FTA 2, FNA 3,4--President, Steno Club 4--Cor- responding Secretary, Hi-Teens 2,3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus, Pep Club l,2, WEAVER, EVANGELINE--Librarians 2, Hi-Teens 2,3, Con- cert Choir 3,4, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Ensemble Choir 3,4, WELLS, SHEILA--Indian Village Staff 4, Steno Club 4, Thespians 4, Concert Choir 4,3, Sophomore Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Pep Club 1,2--Secretary, "Carnival" 2, WESTERMAN, KAREN--Student Council 4, Scholarship Winner 4, Indian Village Staff 4, Annual Salesmen 3, I-Ii-Teens 2,3,4, Marching Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 4, Band Council 4--President, Activity Band l,2, Sym- phonic Band 3,4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, Prom Server 2, WILBURN, GLORIA--FTA 4, Hi-Teens 4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, WINES, ANDREW--FTA 4, Thespians 4, Extra-Curricular Speech 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Football 1, Golf 1, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "Meet Me in St. Louis" 4, Intramural Basketball 4, WOLFROM, RICHARD--Basketball 3, WRIGHT, RAYMOND--Key Club 3,4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, WRIGHT, VIRGIL--Marching Band l,2,3,4, Activity Band l,2, Symphonic Band 3,4, Bowling 2,3,4, ZIMMERMAN, MARCIA--Student Council 4, FHA 2,3-- Historian and Reporter 4--President, Orange and Black 3, Hi-Teens 2,4, Marching Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 4, ActivityBand 1,2,3, Symphonic Band 4, Band Queen 4, "The Madwomen of Chaillot" 3, "My Fair Lady" 4, FHA Delegate 3,4, YOUNG, NEAL-- utographs ff Qi 9 . ... 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