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

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i""1'-Y--, W X 1971 I DIAN VILLAGE Upper Sandusky High School Upper Sandusky, Ohio "He profits most who serves bestn Mr. Frederick Fleeman For 43 years Mr. Frederick Fleeman taught math and chemistry courses at USHS. During that time he had over 4800 students. Many students and their parents will always remember Mr. Fleeman as their teacher and educator. Mr. Fleeman's philosophy of teaching written by him many years ago: "I think I chose one of the most important tasks in our country, that being the devoting of my life to an ideal- teaching. I taught to help the present welfare of America because Edu- cation is one of the greatest defenses against the threats to our free country. Therefore, the future of each one of my students in my classes depended on how well I did my teaching. In my classes I tried to plant and then I watched grow the knowledge of my fields. In the hearts of my students, I tried to inspire the standards of public service by lifting them to new and higher levels by giving them the principles that Americans firmly believe in. My greatest goal was to inspire love of home and country, and my greatest reward was watching students mature." FOREWARD CONTENTS The 1971 annual staff presents volume LX of the Indian Village Page Annual hoping that in years to come when we, the students of Seniors 12 USHS, look through this yearbook, it may help to bring back the Classes 26 memories of our high school days. FQCUBY 54 Editor: Lou Ann Kuenzli H1'L1te5 64 Assistant Editor: Barb Book Activities 72 Business Manager: Jeff Bils Sports 106 Ads 120 Spring 157 These Schools Hold The Past For USHS Students Haflister 4 Marseilles 1 Salem Eden --- wwf ' if Union East S Fe an ., St. Peter's South Upper Sandusky Senior High yesterday we entered USHS as freshmen we tried, failed, and tried again we laughed, learned, hoped and cried tears of sadness, tears of joy those were the days, my friend we thought they,d never end today all the yesterdays fuse into memories of growing and searching upon reaching the top we feel a new freedom but realize that the answers to our searching are young and yet to be developed a million tomorrows shall all pass away ,ere I forget all the joy that is mine today tOII1OI'I'OW each person begins the journey of life some paths will cross many will not but distance apart has no meaning our pasts are bonded together by common memories we've only just begun to live sharing horizons that are new to us working together day by day SE OR JVNNNVI A . - fs'Q:122:5'2:EEi2E5EE5E5E232ZQ:ZZQEQZ2E222EQZ532225Z5EQEQQZEQEQEQEQE-22.-1222 15si222223222225222gi55532Qz22255255i2i2i2i2i22252552 5 14:2:2:2:2:2:i2iiE2i2i222z2QEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE222222222222EEEEEEE2i222i2i2i2i22ie?i2i2i' 25553iii?ifE525E323i3E5E5E5E5151535:1:55555' 5+ 'Z' 2 ' l ' ' " .:Z'E: :P -2323252 32:1 ' -' :1:1.- 'I:2Q15C"-IIIIZIEIEIE 'I' ' 1:5125 wee.. .:- :II :I:-If I. .I.-.I :-:-:-: :-'CH . 525222: III-Q 1:22. 55525251 licbkb 53 -:-:I :::- :-' 3: -.'.g.:. :.:.:' .5 1:.: :-:1: -: :- - :I .I :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.-:-' .g.g':- 3.3 -.g.- -.g.I. . 1:1:1:':if3:-ikigizifffi' I.I.g.:.I '. .:.g.g.-.' 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It seemed those four years were the longest part of our lives, but actually now they seem the shortest. Remember our first day as freshman? We had the frustration of find- ing our classes, but at the same time we saw the doors of opportunity opening to us. Then before we knew it, we were soph- omores. Our activities broadened - tak- ing part in the Hi-Y, Hi-Teens Christmas Dance, singing and serving for the prom, trying out for the musical "High Button Shoes" and reaching that age of sixteen entitling us to our driving permits. Soon we were ordering and purchasing our class rings. Our dramatic abilities were present- ed in our junior class play, "The Spiral Staircase." Working in the concession stands Friday nights and cleaning the field the morning after made possible our prom. Remember the panic as we worked down to the last minute? But we made it and our theme of "Camelot" was made the best ever. Senior pictures, ordering announcements, measurements for caps and gowns made us realize we were at the top. As we look back today, those days of yesterday started the mold for our future as teachers, nurses, farmers, engineers and the many other numerous professions. 1971 Class Officers: QSEATEDJ: Secretary, Barb Book, President, Ned Ellisg QSTANDINGJ: Treasur er, Pat Vent, Vice-President, Tom Davidson. i f I' we " 0 'HFPNQ Richard Denita Dorothy Arter Bahr Baker 'U 'TN1 Maria Philip Bardon Beidelschies 'US ,- Kenneth Linda Michael Bell Bennett Bess Jeffrey Angelee Terri Shirley Barbara Bils Binau Bixler Bomer BOOK Eric Kyle Robert Susan Bower Bowman Brewer Byrnes Susan Castle ,!f..a.r,. Esther Louise James Deborah Karon Clark Clinger Collins Cook Michael Crawford Thomas Jan Diane Connie Long taking part in the Thanksgiving assembly Davidson Dean DeB0l1 Julie Charles Ned Janice Kenneth William Eatherton Eingle Ellis England Eyestone .auf-v"?' ...nf t,,,un-y. Robert Nancy Jeffrey Christina Michael Farrow Darrel Frey Rebecca Frey Feeley Fox Franz Cindy Shaffer orders her senior pictures while Jeff Fox and Vicky Gottfried consider what they will order. French Judy Frey Linda Frisch If 'I 'A U.'h -W Rebecca Raymond Stanley Michael RiCky Frisch Gammon Geiser Gottfried G0lifl'iCd 42, 4 Vicky Daniel Christine Debra Richard Gottfried Green Halm Hare Hart fi. ,gnqr '22-7 Beverly Michael Donna Thomas John Heffeltinger Hetzel Hewett Hogan Houser 'CW 'T' Brian John Patty Wayne Randall Hudson Iles Johnson Jones Kin n ,vt- N4 envy? if Q Stephan Daniel Kathleen Pamela Lou Ann Kin Kirchner Koehler Kramer Kuenzli Ruth Kuenzli MA. ,,,.--"' Deborah Leeth -43'-9 Douglas Dick Williams, Don Whittaker, and Jim Clinger relax in the commons before school. Thomas Lehman Lehnhart 41 4, '-11 ,srl 5-0' iw! Diane Geraldine Maureen Constance Kimberly Leser Logsdon Logsdon Long Long wi--'4 is L John Thomas John Scot Jeanette Lover-ich Lydy Lyon McCray McDonald Julianne Ruth Susan Kay McKee McKinniss Mahaffey 353 Philip Sharon Karen Karen Miller and Diane Parsell at their usual morning spot Marsh Mewhorter Miller iv? -:rf ..,-44 f J l.. Loretta Christine Rebecca James Michael Charles Miller Miller Milum Minor MOIHBI' fd Timothy Patricia Edward Jerry Jeffrey Monroe MOOD Mossbrugger Murphy Nelson Suv 12" """" Diane Lawrence William Niederkohr Niederkohr Niederkohr Michael Parker Rob Thomas makes a call on the student phone - a common oc- Debra curance at USHS. Pfeifer 20 Kathleen Linda Orians Orians " alfiffii .K ii- ,,: ,.,, . -I " ' EW i " i ggi , .Q i n Diane Melissa Parsell Patton if'--'17 Donald Charlotte Pierson Plott Frank Glen Karen Randall Larry Pohl Pool Rall Rathburn Reber W0-7 'ltzv Thomas Barbara Cheri Robert Rosalie Reed Reid Rhodes Rife Riley 'Y' r Irene Richard Dennis Rodriguez Ross Roszman xv his Tucker convinces Mr. McCutchen that he needs a Ram's pen- William Kathy Pete,- for the Algebra room. Roszman Row Schmidt XJR' uf 'QQ' James Schoenberger Cynthia Shaffer Q... ,t W WY? Deborah Seitz iiifr,-i-1 . A Jeff Bils and Frank Pohl discuss their future with a college representative. Brenda Shepherd '-WMMW W V. www Robert Sherman Kathleen Laurel Shull Smith ""'9' Patricia Smith R0bCfi ROSS Patt Wolf' ets read to o home after another hectic da of school , , y 2 y s y Smith Smith Paula Edwin Snook Snyder Judy Bob Rife says to Mike Waidmann, "Hands off! This money is for the United Appeal. Snyder VTX? Sharon William Teresa Donna Georgia Southward Spitler Stansbery Steinbaugh Stephan gm -.1----f " V ,',""' : 6 James William Debra Jane Lawrence Streng Sturgeon Swihart Taylor Thiel ss Dennis Robert Tl10maS Thomas Nancy Vaughn L Cherie Wall 24 H Robert Patrick Vent Ei' Gary Walton Donald Whitt Whittaker K, 'rr-:sv Darlene Sue James Kenneth Timmons Touchette Tucker YT? Francis Justin Vogel Wagner I Martha Serena Wentling Weflz 'TIS' Richard Joseph Williams Wilson 112' Michael Waidmann n. l Jeffrey Wetherell Patricia Wolf lm J- 2 :M K ' X X , - rt Michelle Patricia Phillip Wolford Wood Wood Sarah Catherine Bradley .lohn Loverich shows his acrobatic ability with a little help from Wood Yochem Young Tim Monroe. A Steven Thomas Young Zeigler .1 'Q Cherie Wall gives the janitors a hand with dusting the rafters. Marshall Zimmerman 25 M 'E if CLAS SES 1 V .. .. . . ' H ' w . 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H gg 'gi-'S Eimmixpg-1.2 1 i.iaxi'gy -3. ,f2xisx':.gg def Egg- gag! -,EEE '1ia:EiE?:?.i3iEgg:3gi3i3ige2222ggi x .. .... . .. Juniors - Ready to Take Over John Gagnon, Jim Wolf, Tom Hoover and Maria Rodriquez were the officers as the junior class pre- pared themselves for becoming next year's ruling se- niors. In the fall the juniors voted on and received their class rings which they wear with pride. The class play, "Get Witch Quick", which gave this class their first chance to show their dramatic abilities, was pre- sented in February. Following tradition the juniors again sponsored the Junior-Senior Prom and in the spring the six delegates to Girl's and Boy's state were chosen. Throughout the year juniors prepared for col- lege by taking the ACT, PSAT, SAT and National Merit Scholarship tests. Although the juniors were involved in many extracurricular activities, they man- aged to maintain high scholastic averages. 1972 Class Ofticers: QSTANDINGJ: Treasurer, Maria Rodriquez: QSEATEDD: Vice-President .lim Wolfg President, John Gagnong Secretary, Tom Hoover. Nancy Dan Mary Abbott Altvater Amesquita Chris Sue Bonnie Jan Amos Anderson Armstrong Balduf Norma Del Bill 28 Barber Barrett Barth I f- Debbie Doug Linda Tom Barth Barth Bastel Bauer Sue Cheryl Beth Shirley Kevin Beamer Beekman Beidelschies Bennett Binau Donald Ron Debbie David Patty Bland Bloomlield Boes Bomer Bond Debbie I lex ' . iiii ii Brady , ' . fi ' gi: . gi ' av an 4 ,ll 'M Dennis Blackburn Jane Blackburn Dale Book Q Q , R ww t .wt Q- Q K K 4 is K gg!! 4 N if S X, if X x Becky Bricely John Cindy Brodman Brown W L.-Q V ,, up xwt a n if .4 Doug DeTray, Kevin Binau and Ken Hershner don't seem very eager to start another day. Penny Diane Case Cattran Rodney Bower Joe Brocklesby Jane Byrnes V fu 'cz-FQ w s Allen Clark 29 Dennis Sandy Steve Carolyn Clark Clark Clark Clinger Dave Jim Doug Chuck Courtad Courtad DeTray Diebert Kathie Stumpp tries to eat three ice cream cones at once. Some people will do anything for a picture. 30 Steven Don Chris Clinger Collins Coppler Steve Kevin Charlene Donaugh Durkin Ekleberry Jo Anne Mike Jerry Eingle England Fagan Judy John P. John R. Farrow Frederick Frederick Norma Norman John Frey Frisch Gagnon Steve ChriS Curt Pam Mark Joe Chris Gammon Gatchel Gottfried Griffin Hahn Hall SeE55Esst, e w .25 J , S' 1' W' ff, f ix-is ' .: - get Q. J' , All X 1 Q ft F if K5 xkmsx 9,5255 Q sm. z' .1 . Rf, -,Swv 1 f "1 ,L k ., WH, l,,..,i -f ififiifiifiiilzasieii Q 1 Tim Marc Harr H art t 1 .'1': John Becky Helge Hensel suw.,,, .t...w.f.Q Leslie Hewitt wagging Ski 2 il 5,5 a movmga45,111-.itz-f.s:r.:fr,wr -I V - mggrg m e . F23 551 ' 5 f 1 - QQ X17l'1f'f2?5' 5s:!:V1.. wgiigfzgv iiikfjk newer sf.. - A if ,v- 75 t 1' if H EQ My f ' fga ji' t 5 K A F i 'Y John Hurley Tom Sue Anderson is measured for her class ring. Hoover Tim Pal Dellane Joanne Terry Hutchinson Johns Johnson Kirkland Koehler Hare Patty Heckathorn Ken Hershner . , , ,Q lffs , iw , 7 2 ' 2: ' - f 3' Lu Ann Hoy Teresa Lamb Tl if , , J 4-nv . I' S rafm as Wt , J, it hid? .. ,. , 1 Steve Devon Joel Lear Leightey Liles r 5? Sue Mary Marlene Logsdon Lorlz Lowry l Dave Margraf and John Helge working intently on a chemistry experiment. Cathy Mike Karen . Q 15 , I ' 'U' 1 ,Q An. 125 fi r i KA 1, , , Q x ix xg Rita Tim McDaniel McKinniss "1 2: V " K K Val Shelia 32 Mawer Messmer McCarthy McClain McCombs Dick Kathy Dave Kathy Mark McMillan McQuistion Margraf Margraf Martin Terry Debbie Larry Pat Donna Michaels Miller Miller Miller Moler Marie Jennifer Robin Mike Debbie Thelma Ed Mooney Moore Moore Morehart Moreland Murphy Neumeister Mari Lou Darwin Mark Debbie Mary Elaine Tom Newberger Parsell Parsell Passet Peelman Phillips Phillips Larry Melanie Cindy Becky Dean John Mark Predmore Rall Rathburn Reber Reed Riedlinger Rieser Lori Leslie Rhodes Rinehart 2 2 E I 1 On your mark, get set, go! CRoger Snyder, Mark Parsellj Mafia Jim Rodriquez Ross Dale Norma Bonnie Pete Jeanette Jim Ken Rowland Ruth Sammet Sanderson Santschi Saull Savidge l Karen Chl'iS Steve Randy Debbie Darlene Mary Jane Schertzer Schmidt Shuster Schwilk Shaw Shumaker Smalley l i Sherry Steve Roger J ack Sue Modest Gerard Smalley Smith Snyder Starner Stein Steinbaugh Stephan DAN Gwen Keith Stone Stoneburner J l Mark Kathie Becky Reber and John Gagnon try to decide which style of the class rings they are going to vote for. 34 Strasser Stumpp Doug Debbie Joyce Mike Swartz Taylor I Taylor Tesmer wmv R-AX, ik Debbie Thomas if M ' 'J Sig. David Lynn Sherry Thiel Thiel Thiel Janet Ruth Tiell Trautwein Jeff Treadway Paul Chris Karen Trcadway Turney Van Horn Jeanne Steve Diana Fred Doug Emery Linda Van Scoit Veith Voorheis Wagner Walton Walton Walton Marcy William Pam Rick Jim Brenda Kevin Walton Weaver Wells Westerman Wetherill Wilson WineS Jim Debbie A. Debbie K. Diane Lynn Debbie Vicki Wolf Wood Wood Wood Yeater Young Young 35 Soph Challenges and Achievements Fill 1973 Class Officers: CL. to RJ: President, Pam Flowers, Vioe-President, Marcy Wall, Treasurer, Jan Wilsong Secretary, Cheryl Miller. The executive posts of the class of '73 were filled by Pam Flowers, Marcy Wall, Jan Wilson, and Cheryl Miller. The achievement of becoming soph- omores gave the members of this class much more responsibility. This was the first year that these students were allowed to join many of the clubs which are open only to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Each sophomore eagerly awaited the time when he could obtain his driver's license and a little more freedom. More difficult subjects faced the students as they realized that they would soon be only a step from the top. Sandy Debbie Randy Steve Bill Lynn Pam Adkins Allen Alspach Anderson Bahr Baker Barth Gary Joyce Ken Rick Debbie Marjorie Brad Barth Beamer Beamer Benner Bennett Bils Binau Year Ed Russell Kathy Alan Diane Debbie Denise Blackburn Bloomfield Bolenbaugh Bond Book Bowen Bower Fairy Judy Brodman Brocklesby Chris Ed Browne Callihan l Ron Jan Calmes Case Doris Evelyn Cattran Clark Penny Colleen As a student council member's duty, Elizabeth Strasser sits in the Randal Mark Clark Clements commons to assist visitors coming to the school. Collet Conrad Mike Patty Becky Howard Cecelia Don Geri Cornish Courtad Courtad Culley Debolt Dejean Derr Melanie Pam Andrea Emptage Flowers Fogle Dotty Colleen Jerry Foreman Fox Fox Tom Pam Phyllis .Ian Wilson and Pam Flowers are buddies forever. Frantz French Frey Bill Mary Steve Dave Sue Brian Terry Frey Frick Frisch Furniss Gagnon Getz Giles Mark Babs Kent Bob Mark Tom Becky Gillen Gottfried Gottfried Gottfried Griswold Grossman Hablitzel .r"""" Martin Debbie Shelley Jo Vickie Sharon Paul Hanke Hankins Harper Hollanshead Howard Jacobs Kalmbach Lou Ann Laura Debbie Betty Sue ' Connie Steven Karg Kear Kelly Kiess Kin Koehler Koehler U Charlotte Dick Kouns Krider 5 Terry Debbie Larick Latham Q John Steve LaBolt Larick Ron Joyce Laudick Leeth Chris Dave Come on, Terry, smile. Kathy Karen I-Cnhafl Lewis Liles Logsdon Cindy Mark Pat Dwight Roger Dennis Long Loose McCarthy McCleary McColly McDaniel Bob Doug Carla McKee Maltsberger Markley Doug Pam Rita Meister Messmer Micheli Chris Howard Kathy Liles says, "Oops, that was the wrong key." Steve Molnar Montgomerry Morral Debbie 40 M osman Paul Gary Kevin Pat Leonard Nance Nelson Newman Newman Niederkohr Marge McDaniel I fl Q ,,.. Chris Martin Cheryl Miller Joyce Morris Steve Nutter Frank Orians Doug Parsell Ed Stephan finds his "guitar" a little large. Cathy Pliefer V ff . :ia , Tim Joe Valerie Randy Nancy Quail Rall Rall Raymond Roberts Becky Orians Mike Peelman Valerie Phillips Penny Robinson ll HN! S K , Becky Connie Jeff Lon Bruce Carol Sanderson Savidge Sayre Schmidt Schoenberger Schoenberger Debbie Overmier Karen Pell . Y ' ixzggg ' R sr Nancy Ploll Vickie Rowe Q ir I Mike Schoenberger 41 Don Schwenning A Xa A....,,. Fai. S di 'W' wif 3 X JW 3 1 5,3 Mft' ,S i ,g , H, ,tif . ,',,L, U21 Steve Eva Bruce Seitz Shepherd Shields Bob Judy Terrie Pam Sipe Smith Smith Smyser J lg Y . J l ws was g j ' fr 1 Frank Jeff Barb Phil Snyder Snyder Speaks Spence Sara Virginia Joanne Shumaker Silveous Sipe e 1 if i'.I i S . Brandt Jerry Bernie Smythe Snodgrass Snyder 4 .':', ' Q ai A Mike Ed Marla Steinbaugh Stephen Stephey Jerry Elizabeth Alan Lee Athena Debbie Diane Stief Strasser Streng Stump Sturtz Sweigard Swihart Joann Cathy Connie Cindy Kevin Cheryl Lois 42 Taylor Thiel Thiel Thiel Thiel Thomas Timmons Cathy Pam Bill Linda Chris Jane Becky Touchette Trachsel Trautwein Trautwein Treadway Tucker Ulrich Dennis Dennis Joyce Cheryl MarCy Denny Doug Vaughn Vehrs Vent Walker Wan Walton Walton Kate Linda Rosemarie Steve H. Steve M. Pattie Becky Walton Ward Weatherholtz Webster Webster Welly Wetherell Cindy Cindy Jan Jim Jerry Whitt Wieging Wilson Wolf Wolf ?s 5 J, ., ytit filgrfffg - ' H - , ,. - it 5 f?gs 3gHissw S Mark Tim Brian Tom Steve A. Wolford Wood Wright Young Young Dan John Berg Bricely Frosh Find New Horizons The 1974 Freshman class entered USHS last September and soon became accus- tomed to the high school routine. In stu- dent government the class was represented by Tim Berg, Debbie Orians, Debbie Mor- rison and Pam Hershner. Although fresh- men aren't allowed to join some of the clubs, there are still many other clubs and activities which keep them busy. This year's freshmen football team had a fine winning season. 1974 Class Oflioers: L. TO R. Secretary. Pam Hershnerg President, Tim Bergg Vice-President, Debbie Ori ans: Treasurer, Debbie Morrison. Ron Bonnie Cindy Andrea Lori Howard Dave Abbott Alspach Altvater Annestedt Baker Barth Bastel Diane Karen Gene Doug Tim Stephanie Pam 44 Bauer Beamer Beidelschies Bennett Berg Bibbee Bixler Carol Lee Mike Alan Dave Paul Lynn Bland Boger Bond Boes Borer Boucher Bowen W Connie Sherri Mike Bower Bower Bowling my Barb Debbie Jack Bricely Brown Brown , .,,.. , .,... I . . , m.,.,l , . , '12-fr' I -- tri, , M ing g,.-M, , 11451. . - V. 'WJ 5:'f.,.1v2fM 'll11WW41's,i- . v , L L if : 1:1-N1 Tzvxff -IMT'i2QEgxgL,g',S'.':QQ3.'-wff'L,ZLf,f'?T.Li T'f-V1 J T ' il-'Hi fn' -wi ff gif' : 5 lm' ., , ' -i.agA4grt3g5-i, Q 2 ,5.655-f'iiieivlSP1ilxgiintgwkegifgijfzfbfagfifflmigrwpfxifri-Q13,'.fw4tgifixY4'f"-, 1- r 1 f' it fxltfligligwq iw 4. - , "Uw- tt - ' ,V , ,- ff L , I 1' Solitude is found in an empty studyhall. Mark John Cathy Burch Byrnes Carr Reuben Joy Mike Darlene Gary Dayna Dennis Cartillo Cavanaugh Clark Clinger Cole Collins Compston 45 Leland Peggy Debbie Alan Randy Penny Lynn Constein Cook Courtad Craig Crawford Culver Davidson Dave Sue Becky Anita Chuck Debbie Stan Denman Droll Dunn Eier England Fagan Fetters Pat Jandee Vicky 2 Field Fogle Foust f l Mark Lisa Shelly Fox Frantz Freshour Marvin Diane Bill Cathy Carr and Connie Bower study in the cafeteria before school. Frey Frisch Gammon Nannette Gatchel Holly Hale Diane Hamner Dave Hart Barb H oldcraft Dave Janice Barb Karen Scott Bill Gamber Geiscr Gillen Gottfried Gottfried Gregory Laura Ha Rick Hare Bo Ju ie Ha Halm Dave George Harmon Harrell Mary Steve Long realizes that freshmen must study hard. Pam Michele Helge Hershner Hetzel Jean Joe Ruth Kevin Gary Janet House., Houser Hoy Hutchinson Iles James Tom .levas Craig Cindy Kear Kelly Evelyn Kelly Kathy Tim Killian Killian Scott Gottfried makes himselfat home in English class. Mark Barb Bob Kimmel Kouns Krider 'Qual' Dennis Mary Jane Dave Krock Landversicht Laudick Lehman Steve Dave Joan Debbie Long McDaniel McDonald McLaughlin LuAnn Lehman 'Mm "" "-f 6 .... 5 Al t ' f , '5 E.. ::.,, ,. Richard Manko Jim Brian Lenhart Logsdon x tx Cindy Mark Mawer Mays . Eff ? .. , .V -'L ff,-Q :ZA , a S X t t asa: it t 3 it 2, My L 1 gggiggxrfrgr is gig X 5.5- 1. .., . 7 ,,1,-mtg-sr. iz' Q, K 1 it Z A 3 S qi' 4 it E i 5 at 2, t S ti , . 52 Bl H if it K ' 'ff' lf' r Hg '21' gfmf , 5 Chris Mark Matt Marvin Mike Patty Curt Messmer Messmer Michaels Miller Miller Minard Minor Ron Carol Tom Carson Linda Amy Debbie Molnar Montgomery Moon Mooney Moran Moreland Morrison t L fmtvt W ' 'iff Q T t Q Sw . f - tm v 'S ls: f V' '55 1 ff Ann Elaine Debby Mosman Newberger Nachbar C iz. t il? ',-i 5 S' 2 is Cindy Cathy Frank Newell Nickel Oliver Freshmen girls obtain their ballots for voting in the mock election held in November, Dwight Debbie L0rrain6 Oney Orians Osborn 49 Patty Dennis Mark Pagnard Parsell Phillips Connie Melinda Dennis Pollock Pool Potts Kandy Jennifer Amy Mark Mays finds the library a quiet place to study. Puge Racheter Rathburn Nancy Reber Steve 50 Romich Randy Reeder Brian Rowe Patti Rhodes Vicki Russell Allan Cindy Carol Barb Richards Richardson Rledllnger Rleser ,fy 'Q .mai -' sf if 7 is Nancy Tom Ken Steve Sammet Saull Sayre Schertzer q. dm ":f ,Qf:t, - -- 'E I .ii st. ' 'Zyiifi ' Eric Randy Robert Chris Jackie Chuck Karen Schoenberger Schoenberger Schoenberger Schuster Settle Sherman Smalley Gerard Yvonne Al Marie Scott Todd Debbie Smith Smith Steinbaugh Steinbaugh Steiner Stief Still jill Kevin Brenda Stone Strasser Swartz Dave Jess Sandy Swartz Thacker Thacker Marlene Patty Sue Marlene Thiel and Yvonne Smith enjoy singing in the freshman chorus, Thiel Thiel Thiel 1' L K7 is El Terri Brad Corinne M ickie Tom Steve Karen Thiel Thomas Thomas Thorton Tilton Tong Tucker l Pat Rhonda Thersa Debbie Dan Kevin Theodore Vehrs Vent Vent Vinsant Vogel Vogel Wagner Janis Dean Rose Walton Ward Weaver Bev Paula Dan Weber Wells Whitt Steve Romich and Steve Schertzer "clown around" in Phys. Ed. Gary Jackie Mike Williams Wilson Wilson Don Donna Greg Jan Bill Doug Winter Wolf Wolf Wood Wynkoop Yoder Z L k r fs ., . is if W .ig -'mf Rhonda Ziegler Freshmen girls enjoy a friendly chat before class. Mike Millel' Pfaclices 3 new SOUE- Talking in studyhall keeps Craig Kear and Tom Moon busy Sing out, freshmen! FACULTY hw l U E: 1 . W F' xx W um sa MM nn L 'F Nui 1i.1.,,H llUNNOJVNIll1NlNOUNNill1NNl0UUIllllilllll!illl!Nllll1Iill!UKlHWllllbl1IRINlllli11HHN1ll!U1WIN4lil!Nllllllllmllhlm M WW mn w "Wm f N W" wa NmmmwwND1HUOHUONQMH W4NR3 WW NWT V WI ll nm a Y W nnunwmnnn WV m umm mu ' Ax 1 mnmnmumuummnmnnvvnnmnmm awww w v vu YW rn A f H mum NA wa Administrators romote High Ideals 1971 School Board: Robert Troup, Neil Kinley, Roger Carpenter, Donald Hall, Howard Smith, Justin Hollanshead, Lewis Bell v, s ..A Mr, Howard Smith Mr, Paul Groth Superintendent of Schools Director of Instruction Mrs. Evelyn Hall Secretary Mr. Lee A. Kirkland Principal Mrs. Helen Newberger Clerk Custodian Mr. Ralph Young Assistant Principal Deans and Counselors Advise Students Mrs. Margaret Witzel Dean of Girls Mr. Dean McCutchen Dean of Boys Mrs. Bonita Sankey and Mr. Conrad Walcutt Guidance Counselors The Deans and Counselors are always ready to talk to the students. During study halls any student can go to the guidance offices to talk to Mr. Walcutt or Mrs. Sankey about his future plans or any problems he might be having. Mrs. Witzel and Mr. McCutchen are in their offices the first two periods to give absence slips and excuses to those who are coming or leaving the building. on-teaching Staff Is Essential To SHS Cooks: FRONT ROW: Mildred Young, Donna Menningen, Shirley Swavel, Norma Thiel, Lucille Barber, Mrs' M-axiqe Ulrich Eileen H all. BACK ROW: Thelma Richardson, Edith Chaney, Berneda McMillan, Catherine Gillen. Janitors: Ernest Schilling, Robert Spitler, Irvin Tooman fNot pictured, Mrs. Smithj L. Belle Swerline Floyd Willson Errol Snavely Grace Davis Robert Thomas Harold Thiel Emery Norris Richard Miller Glenn Crawford Gladys Foreman Beverly Batton George Kennedy Raymond Daniel Neil Quail William Bauer Stewart Case Dorothy Culver Donald Ulrich Dietitian Facult Miss Shirley Mekush English Mr. Allen Walton English Mrs. Charlotte Leeth English Mrs. Nora Kinley English Mr. Frederic Criner Foreign Language 8L English M rs. Sharon Umphress Foreign Language V Miss Marjorie Miller Foreign Language 8c Math Mrs. Mary Lou Groth English Miss Susan Ford English Mr. Paul Hostettler English 'C Mr. Robert Scherger History Mr. William Miller History Mr. Michael Dasher History Mr. Thomas Baker History Mr. Charles Hood Science Mr. Claude Neiswander Science Mr. Clyde Mast Science nun Mr. Donald DeRodes M athem atics Mrs. Elizabeth Burnett M athem atics Mr. Dean McCutchen M athematics Mr. Fred Koenig Business Mrs. Darlene Miller Business Mrs. Ernestine Borton Business Mr. Paul Oberst Business M r. Larry Bondy Health, Phys. Ed., Dr. Ed. Mrs. Margaret Witzel Health 8L Phys. Ed. Mrs. Sharyn Warfel Health, Phys. Ed. Mr. Ronald Jump Health, Phys. Ed., Dr. Ed. Mr. James Morrison Health, Phys. Ed., Gen. Bus Mr. Floyd Hissong Practical Arts Mrs. Jean Garner Practical Arts Mr. Ray Gottfried Practical Arts Mr. Clayton Cary Practical Arts Mr. John Borton Practical Arts Mrs. Grace Lininger Home Economics Mrs. Charlotte Frederick Home Economics Mr. Michael Stewart Librarian Mrs. Donna Castle Librarian Assistant 4 ., Ca E, wi r if-M A f 'll Q e gl A .. D lf Aj? . ' we 4 za, -f . " A 39-v . P s f U ,W-.-...T,4hM,,w an fi Mr. James McDonald Band Director Mr. Eldon Ehrman Choir Director 5.1 sf. 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FRONT ROW: Julie Eatherton, Barb Book, Maria Bardon, Melissa Patton, Kim Long. BACK ROW: Richard Williams, Bill Eye- stone, Georgia Stephans, Cheri Rhodes, Debbie Leeth, Kyle Bowman, Scot McCray, Mr. Michael Stewart, Director Have you ever wondered, while walking through an old grave- yard, about the people who lie there? This year's senior class play answered that question about one graveyard. In SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY, by Edgar Lee Masters, the audience was trans- ported via free verse poems and musical interludes to the town of Spoon River. Its story is told frankly and freely by the former residents of the town who now reside in the town's graveyard. The 68 hopes, frustrations, failures, and truth about the town's citizens, both the rich and the poor, are revealed with utter and, some- times, embarrassing candor by the citizens themselves from the vantage point of the grave. The play was directed by Mr. Michael Stewart. Terri Stansbery was the Student Director. i "Get Witch Quick" Presented by Junior Class Kali QKNEELINGJ: Pam Wells, Kathie Stumpp, Patty Bond, Jane Brynes, Terry Michaels, Lori Rhodes, Sue Stein, Debbie Wood, Lou Newberger. QSTANDING CENTERJ: Jeannette Santschi, Doug Barth. QSTANDING REARJ: Bonnie Sammet, Diane Cattran, Joe Hall, John Helge, Melanie Rall, Maria Rodriquez Dennis Clark, Les Hewitt, Kevin Wines. Under the direction of Mr. Allen Walton and Miss Jane Blackburn, student director, the Junior Class presented "Get Witch Quick" on February 18th and 20th. The play was a three act farce poking fun at witchcraft. Basically the story took place in Salem, Massachusetts, at an all girls' school for witches. During the play this school had to hire a new English teacher, and this not only was a 'normal' but also a man. A jealous student puts a spell on the smartest girl in the class and causes her to fall in love with the English teacher. 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Q1 1 is 'J MMA 1 5 Mrs. Needs - Mrs. Witzel Mr, Borton, Mrs. Sankey, Miss Miller, Mr. Needs. Potpourri Mr. McDonald A au Q - W, X 252 in ,, 'E LL , wav 1 ni Pi jr 2 N, , IE , .4 , f Mr. Dasher Mr. Ehrman I- ,. rx -2 Mrs. Leeth Mr. Oberst Mr, Mast Mr. Scherger L,.. ss' Student Librarians Adjust to New Library System En E3 'EE L iirii y nl M Z QL. TO RJ: Sue Logsdon, Pam Kramer, Judy Snyder, Lynn Thiel, Debby Leeth, Beth Beidelschies, Becky Miller, Bill Bahr. Students Help With f f1CC Duties sb can I' emi, aff' 5, -X ' if ff QL TO RJ: Paula Snook, Patty Wood, Martha Wentling, Diane Leser, Deb Seitz, Karen Miller, Diane Parsell. Student Council Reviews Dress Code QSEATEDJ: Mr. Dean McCutchen, Diane Debolt, Cathy Yochem, Linda Frisch, Ken Tucker, Terri Stansbery, Julie Eatherton, Phil Marsh, Jeff Nelson, Geor- gia Stephen. CROW lj: Lynn Davidson, Holly Hale, Valerie Phillips, Linda Trautwein, Brandt Smythe, Jerry Snodgrass, Pete Sanderson, Tom Bauer, Judy Farrow, Gwen Stone, Chris Schmidt, JoAnne Eingle, Pam Griffin, Patty Bond. CROW 21: Jill Stone, Cindy Kelly, Diane Frisch, Mary Helge, Christine Browne. Elizabeth Strasser, Vicki LaRowe. he M l llli li 'ni llllu Holly Hale shows student council members from Wynford a view of the gym from the balcony. The Student Council consists of elected representa- tives from each class. The primary purpose of the Student Council is to create a better understanding between the students and the administration. Throughout the year, their activities included deco- rating the Christmas tree, directing elections for class officers, planning the Homecoming festivities, and issuance of the new dress code. During each period a student council member was in the Com- mons to direct any visitors around the school. All student council meetings were open to all students who wanted to voice their opinions. President - Ken Tucker Vice President - Terri Stansbery Secretary - Linda Frisch Treasurer - Julie Eatherton 77 Key Club Plays Inter-club asketball CSEATEDJ: John Loverich, Frank Pohl. QROW lj: Rob Thomas, Jeff Wetherell. QROW 23: Steve Seitz, Paul Nance, Don Pierson, Joel Liles, Steve Clark Kev in Binau, Gary Walton, Chuck Eingle, Bill Niederkohr, Jeff Bils, Ned Ellis, Jim Schoenberger, Larry Niederkohr. QROW 33: Dan Green, Jim Milum Phil Marsh, Brian Hudson, Doug DeTray, Darwin Parsell, John Gagnon, Del Barrett, Tom Hoover, Pat Vent, Ed Stephan, Curt Gottfried, Kevin Wines Ed Neu meister. QROW 41: Mr. Walcutt, Steve Anderson, Brandt Smythe, Jerry Murphy, Jerry Snodgrass, Tom Davidson, Larry Reber, Tim Monroe, Bill Eyestone Don Collins, Mike Tesmer, Jim Courtad, Mike Crawford, Kyle Bowman. President - Frank Pohl Vice-President W John Loverich Secretary 4 Ned Ellis Treasurer - Ken Tucker Key Club, an international organization of sophomore, junior, and senior boys, is devot- ed to developing leadership and rendering service to the school and community. During the year they met every first and third Mon- day of every month and attended regular Kiwanis' meetings. This year the Key Club organized a boys' Pep Club, sold candy, played inter-club basketball, sponsored a food drive for needy families at Christmas, and kept the bulletin board in the Commons up-to-date. 78 Key Club members watch a Karate demonstration at one of their meetings Hi-Teens Gives Gifts to Needy Children QSEATED5: Dellane Johnson, Patty Bond, Becky Reber, Cherie Wall, Kathy Koehler, Barb Book, Cathy Yochem, Connie Long, Maureen Logsdon, Kay Ma- haffey, Kathy Shull, Julie Eatherton, Penny Case, Patty Moon, Lou Ann Kuenzli. CROW 15: Mrs. Burnett, Diane Cattran, Jane Blackburn, Sue Stein, Lori Rhodes, Jeannette Santschi, Kate Margraf, Linda Bastel, Maria Rodriquez, Vicki Rowe, Jan Wilson, Becky Wetherell, Babs Gottfried, Pam Flowers, Marcy Wall, Pam Wells, Mary Lou Newberger, Debbie Mosman, Valerie Phillips, Kate Walton, Sue Gagnon, Chris Browne, Debbie Barth, Pam Griffin, Mrs,Um- phress. CROW 25: Becky Frey, Lu Ann Hoy, Bev Heffellinger, Judy Brocklesby, Andrea Fogle, Lynn Baker, Sara Shumaker, Cathy Pfeifer, Connie Koehler, Terry Michaels, Chris Schmidt, Penny Clark, Debbie Seitz, Ruth Kuenzli, Diane Leser, Debbie Leeth, Terri Stansbery, Joanne Taylor, Judy Smith, Fairy Brod- man, Debbie Sweigard, Marjorie Bils, Becky Ulrich, Becky Orians, Kathy Liles, Vicki Howard, Doris Cattran, CROW 35: Patty Johnson, Pam Griffin, Laurie Smith, Gwen Stone, Debbie Boes, Kathy Orians, Barb Reid, Patty Wolf, Patty Smith, Dot Baker, Maria Bardon, Shelley Wolford, Charlotte Plott, Vicky Gott- fried, Lee Binau, Diane Debolt, Melissa Patton, Linda Frisch, Joyce Taylor, Sandy Adkins, Debbie Latham, Cheryl Miller, Norma Barber, Debbie Kelly, Pam Traschel, Sharon Jacobs, Linda Ward, Nancy Plott, Kim Long. QROW 45: Melanie Rall, Cathy McCarthy, Karen Schertzer, Joanne Eingle, Debbie Miller, Bonnie Armstrong, Sue Anderson, Chris Coppler, Debbie Swihart, Linda Bennett, Terri Bixler, Chris Miller, Becky Frisch, Paula Snook, Debbie Pfeifer, Ro Riley, Nancy Vaughn, Diane Niederkohr, Gerry Logsdon, Jeanne Van Scoit, Kathie Stumpp, Linda Trautwein, Jo Hollanshead, Becky Sanderson, Debbie Bennett, Cheryl Walker, Geri Derr, Joyce Morris, Betty Kiess, Debbie Hankins. I-Ii-Teens, composed of sophomore, junior, and senior girls, is interested in promoting Christian ideals in the high school and com- munity. Their major projects included the distribution of Christmas gifts to needy child- ren in Wyandot County, supporting a Korean orphan and co-sponsoring the Thanksgiving assembly and the annual Christmas Dance. President- Connie Long Vice President - Cathy Yochem Secretary - Maureen Logsdon Treasurer A Barb Book ex A Mrs. Burnett and Connie Long plan a future meeting. est, Hi-Y Wins Float Contest for Spirit QSEATEDJ: Pete Schmidt, Frank Pohl, Pat Vent, Jeff Wetherell, Steve Young. QROW ll: Mr. Gottfried, Steve Seitz, Paul Nance, Brian Hudson, Joe Liles Steve Clark, Tom Bauer, Gary Walton, Bill Niederkohr, John Gagnon, Del Barret, Bill Sturgeon, Allen Clark. QROW 25: Dan Green, Jim Milum, John Hous- er, Phil Marsh, Jeff Nelson, Rob Thomas, Ken Hershner, Doug Detray, Kevin Binau, Darwin Parsell, Scot McCray, Ned Ellis, Mike Crawford, Kyle Bowman Bob Gottfried, Bill Frey, Dean Reed. QROW 35: Jerry Wolf, Jerry Murphy, Jerry Snodgrass, Jeff Fox, John Helge, Jim Wolf, Mike Waidman, Bill Eyestone Tom Lydy, Larry Reber, Tim Monroe, Tom Davidson, John Loverich, Dan Altvater, Dick McMillan, Randy Kin, Jim Clinger, Joe Brocklesby, Steve Shuster Tom Hoover, Jim Courtad, Tom Franz. Sophomore, junior, and senior boys who were interested in promoting Christian be- liefs among students made up this year's Hi-Y. They started the year by holding a hayride in October. As in past years the boys co-sponsored the semi-formal Hi-Y - Hi- Teens Dance at Christmas. They also hosted the dance after the last basketball game. The Hi-Y members had the winning float in the spirit contest whichrwas held in February. In the spring the boys attended various churches as a group. President --- Pat Vent Vice-President - Jeff Wetherell Secretary - Steve Young Treasurer - John Iles Sargeant at Arms - Frank Pohl Chaplain A Pete Schmidt Adviser W Mr. Ray Gottfried B t "- Some Hi-Y members display their prize winning float. 80 FCA Builds Christian Athletes CROW lj: Ken Hershner, Pat Vent, Tom Hoover, Jim Wolf, Mr. Ralph Young, CROW 25: Terry Koehler, Steve Shuster, Bill Niederkohr, Phil Marsh, Doug Maltsbarger. QROW 35: Randy Kin, John Gagnon, John Loverich, Phil Beidelschies, John Helge, Jim Clinger, Darwin Parsell. FCA boys meet informally to discuss their plaoe in the world. Fellowship of Christian Athletes was organ- ized for the first time last year. Mr. Young, who is the head football coach, led the boys throughout the year in discussing not only the Christian's position in athletics but also in the world. The purpose of FCA is "to confront athletes and coaches, and through them the youth of the nation with the challenge and adventure of following Christ and serving Him through their vocations? President- Pat Vent Vice-President 4 Tom Hoover Secretary - Ken Hershner Treasurer - Jim Wolf FHA Holds Headstart Christmas Part QSEATEDJ: Debbie Thomas, Carolyn Clinger, Donna Steinbaugh, Laurie Smith, Paula Snook, Moe Steinbaugh, Nancy Roberts, Debbie Swihart, Kathy Ori- ans. CROW lj: Mrs. Frederick, Irene Rodriquez, .Ian Wood, Lois Timmons, Becky Courtad, Sue Droll, Barbara Kouns, Debbie Courtad, Mrs. Lininger. CROW 21: Diane Debolt, Norma Frey, Darlene Clinger, Terry Smith, Patty Courtad, Linda Bennett, Terri Bixler, Becky Miller. CROW 35: Chris Halm, Judy Frey, Jill Hamner, Pam Messmer, Joyce Beamer, Beth Beidelschies, Bonnie Sammet, Cheryl Beekman, Sue Beamer, Pam Griffin. QROW 43: Lee Binau, Debbie Hare, Chris Miller, Nancy Vaughn, Debbie Pfiefer, Becky Sanderson, Janet Tiell, Joyce Taylor, Kathy McQuiston, Debbie Miller, Norma Barber, Becky Hablitzel, Lou Karg. President W- Paula Snook Vice President - Laurie Smith Secretary - Debbie Thomas Treasurer - Carolyn Clinger Historian S Donna Steinbaugh Reporter - Moe Steinbaugh Parliamentarian - Deb Swihart Songleader - Nancy Roberts The Future Homemakers of America started the year by displaying their projects at the County Fair. Also during September ten FHA girls went to Springfield where they attended a subregional meeting. This year the girls held two bake sales for raising money. The FHA'ers worked during their lunch peri- ods to collect money for Project Hope. The coat check at each home basketball game was managed by the girls. Throughout the year the girls had meetings the second Tuesday of every month in addition to two county meetings. Debbie Thomas looks on as Santa Claus entertains at Headstart party. 82 FFA Trains Members in Agricultural Leadership CSEATEDJ: Mr. Borton, Eric Bower, Rick Gottfried, Tom Davidson, Steve Kin, Phil Beidelschies, Dick Ross. CROW IJ: Steve Young, Curt Gottfried, Bill Sturgeon, Emery Walton, Denny Blackburn, Bruce Schoenberger, Greg Wolf, Frank Orians, William Weaver, Scott Gottfried, Gene Beidelschies, Micky Thor- ton, Russell Bloomfield, Dennis Vehrs. CROW 21: Mark Gillen, Jerry Murphy, Dale Rowland, Tom Lehnhart, Dave Courtad, Bruce Shields, Jim Lehnhart, Dwight McCleary, Randy Collect, Alan Richards, Randy Alspach, Dave Swartz, Steve Tong, Bill Trautwein, Don Bland. CROW 35: Dave Bomer, John Brod- man, Doug Walton, Lon Schmidt, Joe Brocklesby, Jim Wolf, Darwin Parsell, Mark Griswold, Dan Altvater, Jerry Wolf, Tim Wood, Bob Gottfried, Mike Par- ker, Tim Quail, Ken Beamer, Rod Bower, Ron Bloomfield, Jim Ross. President - Tom Davidson Vice-President - Rick Gottfried Secretary - Steve Kin Treasurer - Phil Beidelschies Sentinel - Eric Bower Reporter - Dick Ross The FFA organization started the year by assisting the Junior Fair Board at the county fair. As a community service project the boys collected for CROP during their lunch peri- ods. On the third Monday of every month the boys held their business meetings. As a mon- ey making project the FFA sponsored a scrap drive in the surrounding area. In March a banquet was held where the boys were pre- sented with awards for their achievements. The awards they received this year included placing in the state land and wool judging contests and first and second place in the county Public Speaking contest. Bob Gottfried collects a donation for the FFA drive for CROP. FTA Hosts District Convention at USHS QSEATEDJ: Mr. De Rodes, Lori Rhodes, Linda Frisch, Barb Book, Diane Niederkohr, Jan Dean, Mrs. Leeth. CROW IJ: Diane Leser, Debbie Seitz, Andrea Fogle, Connie Koehler, Joyce Leeth, Doris Cattran, Vicki Howard, Cheryl Thomas, Carol Montgomery, Cindy Kelly, Peggy Cook, Pam Flowers, Kathy Liles, Judy Farrow. QROW 21: Rita McDaniel, Melanie Emptage, Jan Wood, Debbie Overmier, Carla Markley, Penny Robinson, Ann Mosman, Patty Rhodes, Mary Helge, Janis Walton, Linda Moran, Cindy Mawer, Marcy Wall, Debbie Sweigard, Elaine Nachbar, Ro Riley. QROW 33: Sue Logsdon, Chris Schuster, Jandee Fogle, Connie Savidge, Shelly Harper, Debbie Latham, Rhonda Vent, Corrine Thomas, Pam Bixler, Patty Pagnard, Chris Schmidt, Marty Reber, Marjorie Bils, Vicki Rowe, Gerry Logsdon. CROW 43: Barb Reid, Linda Bennett, Terri Bixler, Mary Lortz, Becky Reber, Pam Griffin, Dave Furniss Paul Kalmbach John Helge, John Loverich, Phil Marsh, Dave Denman, Kathie Stumpp, Jeanne VanScoit, Pam Wells, Lynn Baker, Linda Trautwein, Kim Long, Julie Eather: ton, Kathy Shull, Kathy Koehler. President- Barb Book Vice President - Linda Frisch Secretary A Lori Rhodes Treasurer - Jan Dean Librarian - Diane Niederkohr r if Y Future Teachers of America met every third C week to plan their activities. A guest speaker was present at each meeting. During the year, FTA members graded papers for assigned teachers and went to other schools to observe. Senior FTA acted as substitutes for teachers throughout the year. For the last basketball pep rally, FTA sponsored a spirit float. This year Upper Sandusky was the host for the Northwest District FTA Convention. 84 A little humor helps thejob go faster as FTA members get ready for the basketball dance. FNA Girls Assist Health urse QSEATEDJ: Geri Derr, Jennifer Moore, Bonnie Armstrong, Cindy Brown, Julie McKee. QROW lj: Lori Baker, Cindy Whitt, Debbie Mosman, Norma Ruth, Sara Shumaker, Carol Schoenberger. QROW 23: Becky Ulrich, Nancy Sammet, Chris Coppler, Karen Smalley, Janet James, Debbie Swihart, Diane Voorheis, Marie Rodriquez. QROW 31: Mrs. Sankey, Joanne Eingle, Vicki Young, Mary Jane Smalley, Betty Lou Smalley, Cheryl Walker, Rosemarie Weatherholtz, Valerie Rall, Chris Hare, Sue Kin. A It was the responsibility of the FNA girls to assist the health nurse during the year with TB tests, eye tests, measles vaccinations, and hearing tests. The girls also took turns candy striping at the Fairhaven Home. This year the girls toured Children's Hospital in Co- lumbus, had a bowling party, a skating party, and a slumber party with last year's seniors who are in nursing school. A picnic was held in the spring for the election of next year's officers. President - Bonnie Armstrong Vice-President -- Cindy Brown Secretary f Geri Derr Treasurer - Jenny Moore l Health nurse, Mrs. Wall, talks with FNA member Chris Coppler. Editor and Advisor Attend Journalism Conference CSEATEDQ: Mrs. Kinley, Shirley Bomer, Georgia Stephan, Debbie Collins, Lynn Thiel, John Loverich, Richard Arter, Mr. Criner. CROW lj: Shelia Messmer, Martha Wentling, Moe Steinbaugh, Debbie Overmier, Connie Savidge, Debbie Mosman, Vicki Young, Linda Bastel. CROW 25: Jan Wood, Melanie Emptage, Louise Clark, Debbie Swihart, Serena Wertz, Laurie Smith, Becky Reber, Mary Helge, Dayna Collins, Sue Thiel. CROW 35: Jane Blackburn, Marie Rodriquez, Chris Schmidt, Lori Rhodes, Cheri Rhodes, Bonnie Sammet, Holly Hale, Jane Byrnes, JoAnne Eingle, Stephanie Bibbee, Lorraine Osborne. CROW 47: Barb Book, Debbie Hare, Maureen Logsdon, Debbie Pfiefer, Lee Binau, Ro Riley, Kay Mahaffey, Randy Kin, John Helge, Bill Sturgeon, Ned Ellis, Evelyn Clark, Vicky Foust, Judy Snyder, Terry Michaels. Editor - Debbie Collins Make-up - John Loverich, Ned Ellis, John Gagnon Headlines - Georgia Stephan, Lynn Thiel Photographer - Richard Arter Throughout the year the Orange and Black Staff published the school's newspaper. islllisiisi f Work began each Monday after school. At that time each person handed in the articles of the preceding week and in turn, was as- signed a new article. On Tuesday the staff began making headlines, proofreading and fyping the articles. By Wednesday the news- paper was in the hands of those at the Daily Chief Union for Saturday's newspaper. if f , .ttstysil Mi ff? Editor Debbie Collins, Mrs. Kinley, and Lynn Thiel plan their trip to the journalism conference at Bowling 86 Green. Annual Staff Records Year's Activities QSEATEDQ Mr. Walton, Dan Green, Barb Book, Lou Ann Kuenzli, Jeff Bils, Frank Pohl, Cherie Wall, Deb Seitz. QSTANDINGU: John Frederick Richard Arter, Ned Ellis, Bill Eyestone, John Loverich, Randy Kin, John Helge, Kathy Shull, Kathy Koehler, Debbie Collins, Martha Wentling, Cindy Shafer The 1971 Indian Village Annual Staff worked throughout the year to gather the information needed for this year's yearbook. In the fall the business staff contacted local businesses to whom they sold ads and kept the records of all business transactions. The staff photographers took pictures of students, classes and extracurricular activities. The Annual Staff distributed individual student pictures, senior portraits and organized group picture day. Editor - Lou Ann Kuenzli Assistant Editor - Barb Book Business Manager - JeffBils Assistant Business Manager - Frank Pohl Editor Lou Ann Kuenzli organizes students for a group picture Art Club Strives for Artistic Perfection QSEATEDJ: Jim Touchette. KROW IJ: Shirley Bennett, Melanie Rall, Denise Bower. QROW 23: Penny Case, Colleen Fox, Nancy Sammet, Linda Moran, Gwen Stone, Norma Barber, Melissa Patton, Chris Gatchel, Terry Michaels, Cheryl Beekman, Theresa Vent. CROW 33: Mr. Hissong, Rosemarie Weatherholtz Mar lene Thiel, Vicki Russell, Mary Helge, Chris Schuster, Diane Bauer, Becky Dunn, Debbie Shaw, Lynn Thiel, Diane Voorheis, Debbie Miller, Cheryl Miller Debbie Overmier, Mrs. Garner. CROW 45: Gary Williams, Gerry Stephan, Jerry Fox, Tim Harr, Ed Neumeister, Jerry Smith, Kyle Bowman, John Loverich Bob Smith, Mike Minor, Ken Savidge, Bob Brewer, Don Pierson, Debbie Kelly, Betty Kiess. President i .lim Touchette Vice-President - Melanie Rall Secretary - Denise Bauer Treasurer S Shirley Bennett Sponsoring a float for the annual Christmas Parade is a traditional activity for the Art Club. 'They also decorated a float for the last home basketball game. During Halloween and Christmas the holiday spirit was bright- ened by the Art Club's painting the festive designs on the school and downtown area windows. They sponsored a car wash to help raise money for the club. 88 X Nia: N' gt One of the windows which the Art Club painted for Halloween. Business Club Learns Secretarial Work i z 'QW-IR... l v-gr CSEATEDJ: Diane Parsell, Chris Halm, Diane Leser, Karen Miller, Kathy Orians. CROW lj: Mrs. Darlene Miller, Shirley Bomer, .lan Balduf, Sherry Thiel Debbie Thomas. Chris Miller, Debbie Seitz, Moe Steinbaugh. QROW 25: Dee Bahr, Jane Blackburn, Becky Frey, Patty Wolf. Patty Heckathorn, Lynn Thiel. Pam Kramer attends a Business meeting. President -A Diane Leser Vice-President - Chris Halm Secretary -- Diane Parsell Treasurer - Karen Miller Corresponding Secretary - Kathy Orians Diane Leser calls another Business Club meeting to order. DE Assists Local Businesses 1 1 I Q9 ll I CROW ll: John Iles, Steve Young, Doug Lehman. CROW 23: Denny Roszman, Dot Baker, Ross Smith, Charlotte Plott, Ken Tucker, Serena Wertz, Bob Rife. QROW 35: Mr. Paul Oberst, Jeannette McDonald, Bob Farrow, Karen Rall, Stan Geiser, Jane Taylor, Bill Roszman, Sharon Mewhorter. KROW 41: Mike Gott- fried, Louise Clark, Bob Sherman. CROW 55: Mike Hetzel, Wayne Jones. President Y Stan Geiser Vice President -- John Iles Secretary - Charlotte Plott Treasurer -- Ross Smith Distributive Education is a program that teaches the basic aspects of business. Aside from daily classwork, D. E. students also have many activities they perform in the school and throughout the community. These activities this year included a booth at the fair, a bonfire, an United Fund collection, a dance following the game, a hayride, the distributing of candy canes among USHS students, a party for the children of the An- geline School, the selling of penants and the DECA activities in Frederickstown and Columbus. 90 We V' 'L""f"' 4ff -at 3 The D.E. Santa Claus brings the "Christmas Sprirt" to Mrs. Burnett. JH Camera Club Teaches Basics of Photography CSEATEDM Dave Margraf, John Frederick, Richard Arter, Mr. Cary. QSTANDINGJ: Doug Barth, Joe Hall, Howard Culley, Gerry Stephens, Shirley Bomer. Shelia Messmer. The purpose of the Camera Club is to promote interest in photography. Camera Club This year's club learned the fundamental parts ofa camera and its uses. President- Richard Amr lt was the responsibility of the Camera Club to take pictures for var- ' ious school publications. The club took and processed the pictures for Secretary T John Fredenck Parent's night during the football season. PA Club Operates Sound Systems Although very small, the PA Club had the responsibility of'setting up the amplifying system during the pep rallies and assemblies, Another task they had was to maintain the upkeep of all PA equipment. Mr. Neiswander, John Gagnon, Ned Ellis, Ken Hershner. 91 Tri-Masque Promotes Dramatics QSEATEDJ: Kathie Stumpp, Becky Reber, Frank Pohl, Mrs. Warfel. CROW lj: Maria Rodriquez, Marcy Wall, Pam Flowers, Babs Gottfried Vicki Howard Joyce Leeth, Doris Cattran, Paul Kalbach, Dave Furniss, Phil Spence, Brad Binau. QROW 25: Pam Wells, Mary Lou Newberger, Jeannie Van Scout Debbie Wood, Sue Stein, Connie Koehler, Cindy Long, Becky Ulrich, Chris Schmidt. KROW 33: Georgia Stephan, Terri Stansberry, Kim Long Patty Bond Pam Grif tin, Julie Eatherton, Diane Cattran, Jane Byrnes, Geri Derr, Linda Trautwein, Jo Lynn Hollanshead, Kathy Koehler, Pete Schmidt, President A Frank Pohl Vice-President A Becky Reber Secretary-Treasurer - Kathie Stumpp One of the two groups that promote dramatic arts at USHS is Tri-Masque. It is open to any student in grades ten through twelve. The new members are required to study the Con- stitution, take a test, and present a skit to the old members. Together with the Thespians they had once a month meetings. A few of their activities included the valentine tele- gram sale, a talent show, and discussion groups which presented their monologues to public organizations. At the end of the year they had a drama banquetg at this time the drama awards were presented. 92 Students ordering their Valentine telegrams USHS Thespian Members Are a Part QSEATEDJ: Terri Stansbery. CSTANDINGJ: Georgia Stephan, Kim Long, Mrs. Warfel. of National Thespians A step up from Tri-Masque is belonging to Thespians. A student is invited to join after earning ten dramatic points through acting assignments, stage management, or any ac- tivity connected with drama production. Their activities included those of Tri- Masque. At their initiation ceremony in Jan- uary, Scot McCray, Julie Eatherton, Dick Williams, and Kathy Koehler were initiated into Thespians. President A Terri Stansbery Vice-President - Georgia Stephan Secretary-Treasurer f Kim Long 'Qu Wi A ai A Tri-Masque member delivers another Valentine. Elizabeth Strasser smiles as she reads her valentine. First Year for Boys' Pep Club at USHS 1 Q15 Kf'Q:'k' 1 11. lg 'mt C . 'lt ,, it F Jw 'ww , K , I ' ix.. , C Y M .J : f r wr e J fgiiiici S Wm at N Sail he QfQv r f . rw, ta and-""" g CROW lj: Kyle Bowman, John Loverich, Jim Schoenberger, Gary Walton, Mike Minor, Mike Crawford, Tim Monroe, Steve Clark. CROW 21: Gary lles, Doug Bennett, Craig Kear, Steve Romich, Doug Walton, Don Pierson, Tom Reed, Doug DeTray, Don Collins, John Helge. CROW 35: Al Steinbaugh, Jim Courtad, Del Barrett, Joe Brocklesby, Dean Reed, Doug Barth, Joe Liles, Bill Bahr, Jan Case. CROW 41: Tom Jevas, Mike Bowling, Rick Hare, Mickie Thorton, Steve Schuster, Terry Koehler, Ed Stephan, John Gagnon, John Frederick, Kevin Wines. CROW 51: Mark Kimmel, Mike Miller, Dave Bastel, Gary Williams, Mike Bond, John Brynes. 'ww' Because of the lack of interest in the girls' pep club, a boys' pep club was organized to pro- mote school spirit among the students at bas- ketball games this year. Its members includ- ed boys from all four grades. The club, called dam "The Brothers", had fifty members. Each gf person bought a shirt with The Brothers in- signia on it. Mr. Miller and Kyle Bowman wrote the cheers that the boys used each week. Boys' pep club take time out for a practical joke. 94 arsity U Increases Membership CROW lj: Mike Hetzel, Phil Beidelschies, Tom Hoover, Mike Waidman, Ken Herschner, Doug Detray, Tim Monroe, John Loverich, Mr. Young, CROW 23: Bill Eyestone, Jerry Snodgrass, Steve Young, Ross Smith, Rick Gottfried, Marshall Zimmerman, Gary Walton, Tom Davidson, Larry Niederkohr, Mike Crawford, Phil Marsh. CROW 33: Rob Thomas, Randy Kin, John Helge, Joe Liles, Steve Clark, Darwin Parsell, Dan Kirchner, Steve Nutter, Mike Tesmer, John Frederick. CROW 41: Kyle Bowman, Mike Minor, Ned Ellis, Bob Rife, Steve Schuster, John Gagnon, Dave Margraf, Mark Hahn, Steve Smith, Kevin Binau. CROW SJ: Ken Tucker, Jeff Wetherell, Jeff Nelson, Tom Lydy, Larry Reber, Mike McClain, Marc Hart, Dale Rowland, .lack Starner, Ed Mossbrugger, President - Mike Waidman Vice-President - Tom Hoover Secretary - Ken Hershner Treasurer - Doug DeTray One of the fastest growing clubs in the past few years has been the Varsity U. This year's club contained 60 boys. In order to belong, a boy needed to earn a varsity letter in one of the following sports: football, basketball, baseball, track, wrestling, and golf. Among other things, they took a trip to The Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, held ropes during the halftimes of the basketball games, and provided help to needy families. Varsity U member Mike Tesmer holds the gym rope during the halftime ofa basketball game. 95 277W 3 s,X, in R ,I 3 if J . 39- ' lx f. .1 1 " 1 ,:,. -. .7 -,N .fi x ws? QA , -ses mg - 1-. :- 'L,2'.,::.," ix 1: .X 5 I 9 Marching Band Attracts Many Students USHS Marching Band The band'sjob lasts throughout the game. The Marching Ram Band had a very good year under the direction of Mr. James McDonald. There were 120 members who practiced through rain or shine to put on their very best halftime shows at each game. The football season ended with band night when each senior member received a flower which the boys in turn presented to their mothers. The marching band also performed in their usual fine manner at the annual Halloween and Christmas parades. The members of this band practiced all day for one week prior to the starting of school to get ready to perform their marching techniques at the first football game of the school year. They also practiced many hours after school during football season to attain outstanding performances. x .. 5 3 fi K 1 1, f Y 5' V 3, QA.. Q I, K7 H K Z v x 'wzi 2 , X 'f' X 5 ixq 1, W Mx . 1 kf-if f ,G , li he 5 :"g ' L ' 1 ZW? J . Q- if P , 3 5 Z 5 L E 1 . i 2 3 Q. 1 if gif X 4 x?'?lbaP1!fx' fe. 4. Symphonic Band Contains Top Performers - ,. - - - V ,, v... , , V -. . 'Y i CROW lj: Diane Cattran, Jeanne Van Scoit, Linda Trautwein, Cathy Yochem, Kathy Koehler, Kathy Orians, Rita McDaniel, Cindy Brown, Shirley Bennett, Carolyn Clinger, Carol Schoenberger. CROW 21: Connie Long, Julie Eatherton, Gwen Stone, Maria Bardon, Brad Binau, David Furniss, Ed Callahan, Lynn Baker, Cheri Rhodes, Sue Stein, Lori Rhodes, Cherie Wall, Judy Brocklesby, Joyce Leeth, Terri Stansbery. CROW 3j: Vicky Gottfried, Jim Schoenberger, Ruth Kuenzli, Bonnie Armstrong, Deb Wood, Terri Bixler, Linda Bennett, Babs Gottfried, Jo Lynn Hollanshead, Lou Newberger, Kathy Shull, Kay Mahaffey, Deb Leeth, Ken Hershner, Sarah Shumaker, Becky Reber, Kathie Stumpp, Sue Castle. CROW 41: Debbie Sweigard, Bev Heffellinger, Rita Micheli, Valerie Rall, Kathy Pfeifer, Cheryl Walker, Patty Moon, Vicky Howard, Gary Walton, Pam Flowers, Jim Wolf, Jan Wilson, Andrea Fogle, Steve Veith, Connie Koeh- ler, Deb Bennett, Jerre Fox, Brian Getz, Tom Reed, Kevin Binau, Jerry Wolf, Brandt Smythe, Dick Arter, John Helge, Marty Hanke, Joe Hall, Scot McCray. CROW 55: Paul Kalmbach, Dave Margraf, Dean Reed, Ed Stephan, Marshall Zimmerman, Joe Brocklesby, Doug Barth, Steve Lear, Doris Cattran, Jan Dean, Georgia Stephan. CROW lb: Becky Reber, Connie Long, Sara Shumaker, Kay Mahaffey, Kathy Shull, Jo Hol- lanshead. CROW 23: Richard Arter, Marty Hanke, Joe Hall, John Helge. CROW 33: Pam Flowers, Jan Wilson, Patty Moon, Vickie How- ard, Andrea Fogle, Cindy Newell. CROW 45: Ed Stephan, Joyce Leeth, Julie Eatherton, Georgia Stephan, Dean Reed. 100 l97l Dance Band Concert Band Masters Techniques QROW l1: Janet Wood, Stephanie Bibbee, Patty Rhodes, Connie Pollock, Donna Wolfe. QROW 21: Patty Minard, Cindy Richardson, Sue Thiel, Chris Brown, Holly Hale, Elaine Nachbar, Pam Hershner, Rhonda Vent, Karen Gottfried, Joy Cavanaugh, Marla Stephey. LROW 31: Laura Hall, Mark Fox, Lynn Bowen, Jandee Fogle, Barb Rieser, Randy Raymond, Geri Derr, Jackie Wilson, Nancy Reber. QROW 41: Pam Bixler, Cindy Newell, Anita Eier, Becky Ulrich, Dave Harmon, Doug Bennett, Tim Berg, Kent Gottfried, Doug Parsell, Tom Moon, Corinne Thomas, Debbie Newberger, Bill Trautwein, Tom Jevas, Dan Vogel, Brian Logsdon, Mark Loose, Dan Berg, Phil Spence QROW 51: Laurie Baker, Ken Beamer, Steve Tong, Mark Kimmel, Steve Long, Randy Reeder, Leland Constien, Dennis Krock, Alan Richards, Jean Houser. l97l Pep Band QROW l1: Kathy Stumpp, Lou New- berger, Becky Reber, Paul Kalmbach. QROW 21: Lynn Bowen, Jan Fogle, Sarah Shumaker, Gerri Derr, Dean Reed. QROW 31: Kathy Koehler, Di- ane Cattran, Sue Castle, Julie Eather- ton, Kathy Shull, Kay Mahaffey, Dave Beamer. QROW 41: Linda Bennett, Doris Cattran, Brad Binau, Dave Fur- niss, Cheryl Walker, Cathy Pfeifer, Joyce Leeth, Vickie Howard. QROW 51: Jan Dean, Georgia Stephan, Patty Moon, Tom Moon, Andrea Fogle, Connie Koehler, Pam Bixler. CROW 61: Mark Fox, Lynn Baker, Laura Hall, Cheri Rhodes, Sue Stein, Sonny Zimmerman. QROW 71: Marty Hanke, Phil Spence, Scot McCray, Joe Hall. 101 Concert Choir Sings in Combined Concert at Maumee High School CROW lj: Penny Case, Sherry Smalley, Maria Rodriquez, Chris Schmidt, Patty Johnson, Nancy Vaughn, Laurie Smith, Dellane Johnson, Debbie Boes, Linda Bastel, Rita McDaniel, Melanie Rall, Chris Gatchel, Kathy Margraf, Debbie Barth, Mr. Ehrman. QROW 21: Sue Stein, Chris Miller, Debby Young, Debbie Miller, Becky Frey, Jane Blackburn, Sarah Wood, Kathy Koehler, Joanne Kirkland, Bonnie Armstrong, Diane Cattran, Cathy McCarthy, Cheri Rhodes, Georgia Stephan, Sue Castle, Terri Stansbery, Becky Reber, Debbie Wood, Mary Smalley, Terri Michaels. Patty Bond, Debbie Barth, and Barbara Reid enjoy singing in Concert Choir. Bass Singer Allen Clark practices his pa,-tl 102 QROW 33: Dennis Clark, Jim Saull, Leslie Hewett, Dean Reed, Pam Griffin, Kim Long, Jeannette Santchi, Lori Rhodes, Barb Book, Karen Schertzer, Sue Logsdon, Patty Bond, Barb Reid, Patty Moon, Vicki Young, Bonnie Sammet, Curt Gottfried, Terry Koehler, Dave Thiel, QROW 41: Doug Walton, Joe Wilson, Kyle Bowman, Don Whittaker, Steve Veith, Doug DeTray, John Loverich, John Helge, Ken Bell, Marshall Zimmerman, Randy Kin, Joe Hall, Pete Sanderson, John Freder- ick, Steve Young, Darwin Parsell, Bill Eyestone, Doug Barth, Ken Savidge, Steve Schuster, Jim Schoenberger. Juniors and seniors who had an interest in music and singing made up this year's Concert Choir. The Choir sang for various holiday assemblies. A concert was presented at Christmas and in the spring. In February the Concert Choir travelled to Maumee where they gave a combined concert with the Maumee High School Choir. Many of the parts for the Musical, "Bye, Bye, Birdie" were portrayed by members of the choir. Stu- dents who sang in the Upper Twenty, a small group that entertained for local functions, were chosen primarily from the Concert Choir. President - Bill Eyestone Vice-President - Doug Detray Secretary A Dellane Johnson Treasurer S Nancy Vaughn Upper Twenty man, Joe Wilson, Dennis Clark. 103 QKNEELINGJ: Rita McDaniel, Marie Rodrl quez, Pam Griffin Doris Cattran, CSEATEDX Sue Stein, Patty Johnson, Kim Long, Jean nette Santschi, Lori Rhodes, Sue Logsdon Cheri Rhodes, Diane Cattran, Sue Castle Georgia Stephan, Terri Stansbery, Melanie Rall. QSTANDINGJ: Dave Thiel, Ken Sav idge, Doug Barth, Jim Schoenberger, Darwin Parsell, Bill Eyestone, Joe Hall, Sonny Zim merman, Ken Bell, John Helge, Kyle Bow Sophomore Choir Sings Under New Director swear , cf' i QROW ll: Pam Flowers, Joyce Leeth, Sara Shumaker, Chris Brown, Lou Karg, Connie Savage, Kate Walton, Lynn Baker, Fairy Broadman, Becky Hablitzel, Nancy Roberts, Pam Messmer, Connie Koehler, Joyce Vent, Marcy Wall, Denise Bower, QROW 23: Sue Gagnon, Cindy Wieging, Vickie Howard, Debbie Ov- ermier, Shelly Harper, Pat Welly, Judy Smith, Terry Smith, Val Phillips, Linda Trautwein, Jo Hollanshead, Judy Brocklesby, Sue Kin, Cyndy Long, Cindy Thiel, Cindy Whitt, Coris Cattran, Debbie Mosman, CROW 35: Bruce Schoenberger, Mark Loose, Bill Bahr, Jan Case, Doug Walton, Dennis Vaughn, Dennis McDaniel, Lon Schmidt, Bob Gottfried, Dan Berg, Phil Spence, Ed Callahan, Brandt Smythe, Mark Griswold, Jerry Wolf, Jim Wolf, Mark Conrad, Brad Bi- nau, David Furniss, Steven Koehler, Denny Walton, Alan Bond, Jerry Giles, Tom Young. Sophomore Twenty Mr. Ehrman's Sophomore choir had 60 members who were preparing themselves for next year's Concert choir. Their activities included singing for several assemblies, taking part in two concerts and participating in District contest. The Sophomore Twenty worked to prepare themselves for next year's Upper Twenty. l'-S" President - Kate Walton Vice-President - Dan Berg Secretary - Linda Trautwein Treasurer - Valerie Phillips ROW l: QSEATEDJ Judy Brocklesby, Marcy Wall, Doug Walton, Brandt Smythe, Linda Trautwein, Mark Conrad, Sue Gagnon, Mark Loose, Lynn Baker, Dan Berg, Joyce Leeth, Pam Flowers. QSTAND- INGJ Dave Furniss, Doris Cattran, Denny Vaughn, Connie Savidge, Brad Binau, Jo Hollanshead, Phil Spence, Bill Bahr. 104 Freshmen Choir - 76 Voices Strong QROW lj: Marlene Thiel, Connie Bauer, Dayna Collins, Ann Mosman, Patty Thiel, Sandy Thacker, Lorraine Osborn, Linda Moran, Jandee Fogle, Marie Steinbaugh, Diane Bauer, Janice Geiser, Janis Walton, Sue Thiel, Jill Stone, Corinne Thomas, Patty Pagnard, Cindy Mawer, Diane Frisch, Patty Rhodes, Sue Droll, Mr. Ehrman. QROW 25: Paula Wells, Peggy Cook, Cindy Newell , Donna Wolf, Terri Thiel, barb Gillen, Becky Dunn, Laura Hall, Mary Landversicht, Julie Halm, Jackie Settle, Jennifer Racheter, Debbie Vinsant, Holly Hale, Andrea Annestedt, Carol Riedlinger, Karen Tucker, Nannette Gatchel, Darlene Clin- ger, Chris Schuster, Amy Moreland, Rhonda Vent, Barb Rieser, Pam Hershner, Lorrie Baker. QROW 31: Mark Fox, Mike Bond, Dave Bastel. Ron Molnar, Scott Gottfried, Steve Romich, Mike Miller, Curt Minor, Mike Wilson, Dave Swartz, Dave Denman, Gerry Smith, Bill Wynkoop, Howard Barth, Frank Oliv- er, Tim Berg, John Byrnes, Dave Gamber, Randy Reeder, Brad Thomas, Dennis Krock, Randy Crawford, Alan Craig, Brian Rowe. The Freshman chorus under the direction of Mr. Ehrman consisted of 76 members. During the year the students learned what will be expected of them in the next three years. Although they did not par- ticipate in as many events as the other choirs, they enjoyed singing together each day. This was the first year that a Freshman Twenty was formed, which consisted of the best voices of the Freshman chorus. President - Brad Thomas Vice-President - Jill Stone Secretary - Ann Mosman Treasurer - Cindy Newell Freshman Twenty E, -get QSEATEDJ: Jill Stone, Holly Hale, Ann Mosman, John Byrnes, Laura Hall, Jandee Fogle, Janice Geiser, Diane Bower, Debbie Vincent, Corrine Thomas, Jennifer Racheter. QSTANDINGJ: Mark Fox. Mike Bond, Gerry Smith, Brian Rowe, Curt Minor, Randy Reeder, Denny Krock, Mike Miller, Frank Oliver. 105 SPGRTS W .W L4 . -v 1 gf X w vu, ' "Ep ,M gg -Ea ' 3415 ! E, A " f 1 as K.: I : . if um www 'fum " x 'W f"4H wr, Q .V Q, J..- z- - Ml . VK 1,-W ' s ams Fight To The End x V Mm., 4 Uk sm: N- ,M .,,- xx, , .., 5 "l K I K ' ci 1. if liltlf 5 up 'H , Mu , Qu. 36 54' lltfliill 1 ,Milla Q, tiff' ft id. 'H 5, M W 'X - W "' ,. , A , ' ' ' , , ,A . ' 4 ' . HW , f ,,:.,., r- , T T' uf H ,- . Q SU ' rag- l - f 'eh ' "Mi ' ' 4 " f , . ' V I 3 - ,. W L , M M' , U y ,Wilt .5 UWM ll?l'Llt ,hi Lw mi , " ' ' 1 E9 A , - . I ' tif' i ' J A Q U A K ig Q wil--X' vp lb ' ' ' - 'iff Y 'W :A ".:m- '15, T im . O iii ' ' Q , in + W , ,ly - , me T V ' ,. f ,.,-,,,-. J - ,, heyy 14: , mi , U-it : HJ LH - is . , L , , , , f L 'A . " . , , . 'ff i ii s ,, -ft . ft T L , T 4 , T T a T T ,L -. 5-1 -R t , l faq it i , ,S , it at , . i i , i ,t , , ,i , i 5, , - 94 H- Jm.. as ,'1f'tUf f if-til-5 R it , l 4 2. T' 'lf ttUf'YL1l 3f'Vi i A 'flair ""' iff I T ,it fifwff ' wsu to :wif ft , t I . Y, . E y ,y ,A y , in Of, A i K ,, I 5 it , y A K Q, 3 1, .ifmu K i. V ,-, 1 - l 3 13 .. 1, 1 u fa . W ' ' , , g Q , ,, ' M " ' Q--, - ,Z - g , ,. ' i" X - 3 i 3 A YZ , '3 1 - f f'k .5 'ft :L X., 1, , - A """' J? as e , " . ' , ' ti 'ff' . ' D M' fe- ' R - M W 'K f-rw S27 ,, .'- 'rliiwgf !.,J? l+--11 4 . 3i3:,.-..1- ," v':4 in 5 if k'V' ' i wi? ' ' af. F ings " K W A '10, ,wilt-i7i1f""f4 E4f Sw, , ,fi-1 T 1 A qi 'Wi Mia i ' :"4 lggsjtigg,ifSs1gPfffiTIfQf': , s at f , y , 1 v"'5"K K i, ' 'G ' EW. ',i'f5-:RTS-lit W e M tiiifii if 4 KQV: ,,' ,J-W' if f 7 Ev. 4 ,fix it 1:xfff1.M.' f.,,aEZii!Qais:h'3daa,?!fQe5,, 1 it 52,':sar,i11it:fLx,ikfm.3eiiseafiiiil -A offset' H ROW l - Chris Lenhart, Rick Gottfried, Tim Monroe, Mike Waidmann, Marshall Zimmerman, Phillip Beidelschies, John Loverich, Ed Mossbrugger, Kevin Binau. ROW 2 f Mr. Miller. Mr. Morrison, Tom Hoover, Darwin Parsell, Tom Davidson, Steve Clark, Doug Detray, John Helge, Lynn Yeater, Mike Craw- ford, Ken Hershner, Mike Minor, Mr. Bondy. ROW 3 f Mr. Dasher, Randy Kin, Steve Schuster, Mike McClain, Jim Wetherill, Larry Niederkohr, Ross Smith, Joe Liles, Del Barrett, Tom Bauer, Kyle Bowman, Terry Koehler, John Frederick, Mr. Hostettler, Coach Young. ROW 4 f Dick McMillan, Steve Smith, Steve Donough, Jack Starner, Steve Young, Jeff Weterell, Dan Altvater, Mark Hahn, Bill Eyestone, Dale Rowland, Rob Thomas, Mike Tesmer. O8 Mark Hahn watches hopefully from the sideline. lt looks like Steve Clark is on the receiving end of this play. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Kenton Tiffin Calvert Tiffin Columbian Norwalk Galion Willard Bellevue Shelby Bucyrus We-They 6-6 16-26 12-23 0-6 21-0 0-12 10-8 6-16 0-26 Jeff Wetherell tries to direct traffic after making an interception. T Bill Eyestone and Ken Hershner say, "That's far enough!" Doug DeTray tries to intercept this pass. Robbie Thomas finds a little daylight against Kenton. 109 7' I' J if .I ,fha 'Sl lv 'IB 1 if 'TR' Junior Varsity Football Team an NJ iii DQS ROW 1 - Mike Minor, Tom Franz, Doug Maltsbarger, Paul Nance, Jan Case, Jerry Stief, Chris Martin, Joe Rall, Bill Bahr, Chris Lenhart. ROW 2 - Mr. Dasher, John R. Frederick, Steve Webster, Roger McColly, Bill Trautwein, Kevin Newman, Tim Wood, Steve Anderson, Steve Seitz, Doug Walton, Denny Vaughn, Mr. Bondy, Mr. Hostettler. ROW 3 - Ron Laudick, Mark Griswald, Steve Nutter, Harry Webster, Jerry Snodgrass, Brandt Smythe, Don Schwen- ning, Dan Byrd, Bob Gottfried, Jim'Wolf, Randy Kin. JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES FRESHMAN SCORES VVe5They Kenton 0-6 Tiffin West Tiffin Calvert 14-8 Tiffin Calvert Tiffin Columbian 0-14 Fremont Ross Norwalk 6-0 Marion Harding Galion 14-13 Galion Willard 6-14 Wynford Bellevue 14-0 Findlay Donnell Shelby 0-22 Bucyrus 6-6 Freshman Football Team Q 1 H. 5 ,S - .. 1 .. We-They 12-6 6-16 12-6 6-8 28-18 20-6 26-12 .I ROW 1 - Scot Steiner, Dave Borer, Ron Molnar, Dave Bastel, Steve Romich, Scott Gottfried, Greg Wolf, Tim Killian, Gerry Smith. ROW 2 - Mr. Oberst, Mr. Baker, Randy Crawford, Dennis Compston, Mark Phillips, Jack Brown, Dave Lehman, Curt Minor, Gary Cole, Mr. Jump, Mike Bond. ROW 3 - Steve Tong, Steve Schertzer, Tim Berg, Craig Kear, Mark Kimmel, Dave Denman, John Byrnes. 111 Rams Capture Third Place in N O L QLEFT ROWJ Rob Thomas, Jeff Nelson, Pat Vent, Jeff Wetherell, Don Schwenning, Tom Lydy QCENTERJ Coach Ron Jump CRIGHT ROWJ Gary Nel son Ken Hcrshner Bill Eyeslone, Dave Margraf, Jerry Snodgrass, Larry Reber. They-Rams They-Rams 65-57 Norwalk 68-63 59-60 Galion 61-72 58-52 Tiffin 75-57 77-7l Shelby 59-52 57-58 Willard 53-71 56-59 Bellevue 58-62 73-62 Bucyrus 50-65 62-87 Norwalk 64-68 63- 74 fl TO R 5 Jim Wetherrll Managerg Randy Kin, Varsity trainerg Chuck Molnar, Manager. Rob Thomas scores two more points for the Rams ,Lf .M r N f : i n .. N 4 Jeff Wetherell keeps a Wynford player from blocking Jeff Nelson's shot at the basket. 'gil' '6 Jerry Snodgrass, Pat Vent, Bill Eyestone, Ken Hershner and Don Schwen ning are ready to relieve the other live. he 3 4 Pat Vent puts a press on an opposing player. A Galion player finds it rough going between the guarding of Tom Lydy and Larry Reber. Coach Morrison and Team Have a Good Year Galion Tiffin Wynford Shelby Willard Bellevue Lima Bath Kenton Bucyrus They-Rams They-Rams 50-30 Norwalk 34-56 47-48 Galion 37-47 42-40 Tiffin 55-50 27-52 Shelby 38-47 41-56 Willard 47-46 60-39 Bellevue 59-41 49-42 Bucyrus 52-58 46- 52 Norwalk 50-65 31-37 Galion Kenton Wynford Bucyrus Marion Tiffin Elgin Bucyrus Galion Kenton Tiffin Marion Reserve QKNEELINGJ: Kevin Binau, Chris Martin, Tom Hoover, Terry Larick, Gary Nelson, Tom Franz. QSTAND- ING5: Coach Jim Morrison, Tom Young, Brandt Smythe, Dave Mar- graf, Don Schwenning, Jifn Wolf, Mark Conrad, Chris Lenhart. Freshmen Scores They-Rams 49-36 53-34 24-39 46-45 32-23 51-32 35-43 45-35 40-23 62-43 49-52 55-29 Freshmen Work Hard Their First Year Freshmen CKNEELINGJ: Gary Williams, Steve Long, Dan Vogel, Steve Romich, Matt Michaels, Gary Iles, Mark Messmer. QSTANDINGH: Bill Gammon, Mark Mays, Brad Thomas, Mark Kimmel, John Byrnes, Craig Kear, Todd Stief, Steve Tong, Coach Larry Bondy. 115 Matmen Enter Second Season of Wrestling V A L- QKNEELINGJ: Al Steinbaugh, Chuck Diebert, Curt Gottfried, Ed Blackburn, Dick Kridcr, Steve Veith. QSTANDINGJZ Mr. Oberst, Tim Wood, John Gagnon Bill Trautwein, Tom Davidson, Mark Hahn, Curt Minor, Mike Tesmer. Senior wrestler Tom Davidson pins his opponent. The referee declares Upper the winner. f W, s. If 1 ,..--Q J.. -0 Q-.,' I ,I K K S M W .ww w--.-+.4::.F., , I A K --...,, 'S' :Q 'Msn-Ju. I ,Af-'Tj-?"' m-dw Bowlers Join AJ BC for the First Time ask A L .4 ..- Monday Night Bowling CROW 11: Cathy Touchette, Mary Landversicht, Jane Laudick, Ruth Kuenzli, Terri Stansbery, Diane Leser, Maureen Logsdon, Georgia Stephan, Ann Mosman, Pam Hershner, CROW 21: Debbie New- berger, Connie Thiel, Jeanne Hous- er, Don Pierson, Marc Hart, Pete Sanderson, Kevin Wines, Joe Liles, Patty Pagnard, Mary Amesquito, Deb Seitz, CROW 31: Penny Cul- ver, Nancy Reber, Cindy Mawer, Corrine Thomas, Becky Ulrich, Cindy Wieging, Vicky Rowe, Valerie Phillips, Karen Logsdon, Gerri Derr, Debbie Fagan, Darlene Shumaker, Becky Frisch. CROW 41: Gerard Stephan, Phil Spence, Ed Callahan, Brian Getz, Ken Beamer, Mark Griswold, Chuck Eingle, Bob Brewer, Kathy Mcquistion, CROW 51: Jim Touchette, Marty Hanke, Doug Parsell, Jerre Fox, Rod Bower, Larry Predmore, Jeff Myers, Pete Schmidt, Tom Lehnhart, Dwight McCleary, Brad Young. Bowling again this year enlisted more students than any oth- er single sport at USHS. There were 150 regular bowlers who participated each week in addition to the substitutes who were always ready to 1111 in for a regular bowler. Mr. Ronald Clark, who was the adviser, helped the bowlers and scorekee- L Tuesday Night Bowling CROW 11: Bill Gahr, Jim Milum, Frank Pohl, Maria Bardon, Patty Smith, Shelley Wolford, Tina Gre- gory, Vicky Gottfried, Elaine Phil- lips, Jerry Fagan, Bill Frey, CROW 21: Brian Hudson, John Frederick, Andrea Annestedt, Terry Mi- chaels, Sherry Thiel, Chris Halm, Joanne Eingle, Jan Balduf, Bonnie Sammet, Norma Barber, Peggy l Cook, Steve Webster. CROW 31: l Steve Clark, John Houser, Patty pers each week, and kept everything running smoothly. Brian Getz, Bill Sturgeon, and Jerry Murphy, the league secre- taries, kept all the bowling records and statistics for the year. At the annual bowling assembly awards and trophies were presented to the bowlers. Minard, Pat Vehrs, Melanie Emptage, Karen Beamer, Melinda Pool, Karen Van Horn, Dellane Johnson, Debbie Miller, Chris Schmidt, Jane Blackburn, Dick McMillan, CROW 41: Joe Houser, Phil Marsh, Doug Walton, Don Whittaker, Kathie Stumpp, Jeanne Van Scoit, Patty Bond, Pam Wells, Lou Newberger, Becky Reber, Alan Richards, Doug Barth, CROW 51: Jim Saull, Tom Hogan, Jeff Fox, Jim Clinger, Bill Sturgeon, Patty Wolf, Patty Johnson, Becky Frey, Nancy Vaughn, Jill Hamner, Debbie Leeth, Joe Hall. 118 Wednesday Night Bowling QROW lj: Cheryl Miller, Jo Hollanshead, Debbie Bennett, Melissa Patton, Diane DeBoIt, Lee Binau, Debbie Plieffer, Paula Snook, Patty Wood. KROW ZH: Jackie Settle, Mike Miller, Penny Clark, Pat Newman, Cathy Bolenbaugh, Brenda Shepherd, Melanie Rall, Becky Hensel, Karen Tucker, Sue Kin, Marcy Wall, QROW 33: Sara Shumaker, Carol Riedlin- ger, Mike Clark, Irene Rodriquez, Sue Beamer, Marleen Lowry, Chris Hare, Lu Ann Hoy, Evelyn Kelly, Lee Boger, Patty Courtad, Babs Gottfried, CROW 45: Sharon Jacobs, Scott Steiner, Bob Mount, Mark Gillen, Allan Clark, Jerry Mur- phy, Steve Donaugh, Marshall Zimmerman, Dale Rowland, Dale Book, Ron Molnar. QROW SJ: Barb Gillen, Robert Schoenberger, Elaine Nachbar, Becky Sanderson, Jeff Wetherill, John Loverich, Kyle Bowman, Karen Pell, Debbie Hankins, Betty Kiess, Joyce Morris, Pam Trachsel. Seorekeeper Dellane Johnson says, "This score just can't be right." The bowlers in action. l Pete Sanderson concentrates on another strike. 119 w- ADS :4 4 ,-S-"5 -L T 7-YA ,P - - . -- ,Wi - L 4- .W - . Y .. 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Upper Sandusky Upper Sandusky, Ohio 130 Compliments of Stecher Insurance Agency 134 S. Sandusky Avenue BAKER'S PARTY STORE Where You Needn't Get Out of Your Car Rain or Shine 610 N. Warpole Phone 294-3392 lb V? ? MAMA J E VV E L RY 04, XVI Since I923 99" "" "Woo V w 1 Ax I I I A 120 N. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-1036 ZIMMERMAN GREENHOUSE 8L FLOWER SHOP The freshest flowers in town. 514 West Johnson Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations - Class of '71 Artz Department Store Nationally Advertised Lines in Women's Wearing Apparel Coats - Dresses - Sport's Wear Accessories - Millinery Yard Goods - Notions Dependable Since 1897 Compliments and Best Wishes from Richardson Flower Shop 646 North Sandusky Avenue iGR 'F Qxgx, 4:4002 : T: 13 no Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of UNI-GRIP INC. Upper Sandusky, Ohio JOHN DEBOLT INSURANCE 229 E. Wyandot Phone 294-2026 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Parsell Plumbing 620 North Seventh Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-3394 Trenching and Backhoe Digging Pump Sales and Service Robert "Bud" Parsell Koehler Paint Store 102 North Sandusky Avenue Phone 294-1969 Koehler Drug Store PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 136 North Sandusky Avenue DALE'S GULF SERVICE CQUJELE' Corner of Warpole and Wyandot Compliments of EAGLE NEST HATCH ERY Chicks Pullets Supplies Compliments of U.S. Construction Co., Inc. Road Resurfacing and Blacktop Drives Dairy Shack Drive-In 303 North Warpole Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio BEARD'S SOHIO Bob, Ken, and Norm Brakes - Tune-Up Phone 294-2976 230 Sandusky Avenue Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1971 U.S. AUTO WRECKING COMPANY Our 51st year in business Upper Sandusky, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF THE UPPER SANDUSKY FARM AND POWER IMPLEM ENT DEALERS Bowen Implement Upper Farm Service Schmidt Machine Co. Vent Implement U. S. Implement Wyandot Tractor 8a Implement NEWELLQJOHNSON Insurance - Bonds Over 50 Years of Service to Wyandot County 128 West Walker THE DAILY CHIEF-UNION "We Read It in THE DAILY CHIEF-UNION M. W. Marting President Paul Creger, Managing Editor Compliments of WYANDOT METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC. 135 SERVICE f QUALITY CREATIVITY f RELIABILITY x'American Yearbook Company HANNIBAL, MO. f TOPEKA, KAN. f VISALIA, CALIF. f CAMBRIDGE, MD. Compliments of KUENZLI QUARRIES CO., INC. SMITH'S V 8a S HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Phone 294-3515 117-119 W. Wyandot Upper Sandusky, O. Hardware and Best Wishes Grundtisch Motor Sales Inc. 420 N. Warpole Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio HOMER F. SAMMET Trucking, Excavating, Blacktop Paving 24 Hour Heavy Duty Wrecker Service Phone 294-1342 Automotive Supplies, Toys and Upper Sandusky, O. Gifts UPPER DRUG STORE "On the Square" Prescriptions Are Our Business Phone 294-1546 Delmo Miller John Constien 137 North End Coin-Op Laundry Your Complete One Stop coin-op Laundry 84 Dry cleaning center 117 West Church St. 294-9147 Compliments of KARL'S RESTAURANT 136 South Main St. Upper Sandusky, Ohio BUSY-BEE Self Service Market 400 South Sandusky Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations Class of '71 Opportunities in Transportation Yellow Freight System P. O. Box 150 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone: 294-1937 RAUCH S T O R E EYESTONE TRENCHING 8L EYESTONE BARBER SHOP BACKHOE 120 E..IohnsonSt. ARLINGTON' OHIO 120 E. Johnson St. 294-3014 Miss Toni 294-3014 Dave Huffman Kolarik Operator Barber 138 STORE- 365-5111 MEAT DEPT. M 365-5112 l RUTTMANN COMPANIES Designers 8: Builders Modern Accommodations for the Weary Traveler HOPKINS MOTEL Air Conditioning T-V Phone 294-2414 318 W. Wyandot Avenue Upper Sandusky of Vertical Concrete Storage Slip-Form 8L J ump-F orm Construction 425 W. Walker St. Upper Sandusky, Ohio ZIMMERMAN MOBIL SERVICE STATION Located on S. Sandusky Avenue Is Famous for Its Friendly, Efficient Service Mobil Detergent Gasoline Compliments to Class of '71 Evergreen's Restaurant 139 Compliments of GIER'S Compliments of CRAYCRAFT TRUCKING INC. Comvletgfxijjz Antenna BOND PLASTICS Uppef Sanduskyt Ohio 621 s. seventh street Upper Sandusky, Ohio ASTONS 595 TO Sl A Ben Franklin Store 1 18 North Sandusky Avenue Upper Sandusky, Ohio Midwest Ohio Tool Co. Precision Cutting Tool Special Holders and Adapter Upper Sandusky, Ohio 419-294-1987 140 Compliments of DEWEY DeTRAY Painting Contractor Laundry Dry Cleaning First in Professional Service Since 1931 I Compliments of Upper Auto Parts, Inc. Distribution of Automotive Truck and Tractor Parts Since 1929 141 NEIKIRK 5C to 51.00 Make it a habit to visit Our Store Often New Merchandise Arrives Daily Upper Sandusky, Ohio BENNETT'S I.G.A. Open 7 Days a Week To Serve You. Route 30 East BUSY-B EE Self Service Market 400 South Sandusky Upper Sandusky, Ohio Town And Country Beauty Shop SUSANNE L. RALL 377 V2 WEST WALKER STREET The finest in professional beauty care. Compliments of DICK 8: KATIE'S GROCERY DRIVE-IN 665 S. 8th Street Phone 294-3217 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Beer Wine Pop 142 DEAN 8a PAGNARD BARBER SHOP 211 N. SANDUSKY AVE. Phone: 294-3063 JOHN H. NEATE INC DODGE - OLDSMOBILE - DODGE TRUCKS Phone 294-1953 Upper Sandusky, Ohio CROW MOTOR SALES, INC. Chevrolet, Chevelle, Camaro, Vega, Corvette Buick, Skylark, Riviera, Opel Lincoln Highway East UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO TELEPHONE: 294-2386 8a 2387 WYANDOT COUNTY AUTO CLUB It Pays To Belong 235 North Sandusky Ave. Phone 294-2315 MONTGOMERY WARD Robert and Marge Morey 113 North Sandusky Telephone 294-3807 WY-CO DAIRY 490 North Seventh Serving Wyandot County with Borden Dairy Products 8a Velvet Ice Cream Phone 294-3512 Upper Sandusky, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1971 See Us for General Hardware Lawn and Garden Supplies, Paint Housewares, Tools, Sundries PFEIFER HARDWARE CO. 14 Compliments of Handy Twine Knife Company, Inc. "F or Bundle Wrapper and Twine Everywherel' Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 Your School Appliance PETE LINK H. L. JOHNS DELAPLANE APPLIANCES MONUMENTS INSURANCE 108 N. Sandusky Avenue AND MARKERS Marion Road Old US 23 Upper Sandusky, Ohio One mile Cast on 30 N. 294-3447 294-3451 Phone 294-1577 Lincoln Hills Golf Club 44 Upper Sandusky, Ohio "The Game of a Lifetime" Quality Lines of Equipment and Apparel Compliments of CONTINENTAL VOGEL'S SHOE STORE JOHN C. LIND CABLEVISION "Your Family Shoe Store KIRBY CO. INC' 114 N. Sandusky Ave. Since 1883-I' , Upper Sandusky, Ohio IO4 S h S d k , out an us yAve. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2393 294-2334 294-2335 More to See on CABLE T.V. KEEPSAKE LGNGINES Diamond Rings The World's Most Honored Watch The Bride,s First Choice I RO G E R' S i"""' 1 umrs ounurv .xzwnzn W ua mmousxv avr. UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO 1335! Upper's Oldest 8c Largest Dealer of Furniture, Carpets, Drapes, 8L Bedding CAREY PROGRESSOR , THE "NEW" BLUE FURNITURE CO., INC Classified Pages brings fast results R. E. BLUE, PRES. Phone 396-1895 1 16 South Sandusky Avenue Phone 294-1500 14 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES CLASS OF 171 ' 9 Compliments Jlnll Dugan S Of Men's and Boys' FINE Clothing and Shoes THE COLONIAL LAUNDRY Rent Your Prom FORMAL Wear - Special Prices for Students Jim Dugan's 123 N. Main Street Marion, Ohio 43302 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1971 Bringm an 8L Funeral Company, Inc. Judfs Beauty Salon 108 East Wyandot 226 East Wyandot Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-3847 Funeral Directors Since 1909 owner: Judy Roszman J. A. Bringman Phone: 294-2328 Thomas 8a Frantz Furniture MARSEILLES I.G.A. STORE Store Dick and Ellen Emptage Marseilles, Ohio 123 W. Wyandot Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2256 E. R. Thomas E. L. Franz 146 Good Luck To The Class of '71 SNACK SHACK DRIVE INN 123 South Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-3950 Compliments of Karg Supply Co. 410 N. Warpole Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio KI ESS Compliments of PAINT 8L APPLIANCE HICKORY GROVE Perry and Derrick Paint COUNTRY CLUB Wallpaper - Gifts Harpster, Ohio Records Maytag Appliances Motorola TV LORAINE BEAUTY SALON Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2268 Loraine Shafer - Owner J o Justice Lucas Funeral Home Upper Sandusky, Morral, 8: Nevada Phone 294-1985 Congratulations to the Class of l97l Millington Plastics Company A Division of Buckeye International Corp Upper Sandusky, Ohio CGMPLIMENTS OF Engineered Wire Products , PACKER'S MARKET CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FREY S CLASS OF 1971 Meats , Roofing and Lumber Inc. Dry Goods FINGER S CORNERS Groceries Kirby, Ohio 43330 Route 3 ON and 231 Kirby, Ohio Phone 273-2393 273-2283 Howard and Helen Heffelfinger LAN D KIRBY MOTOR s ,...., .. General Repair General Hardware 8L Housewares 8a ONE STOP Welding Plumbing - Heating - Insulation FARM SUPPLY Cooper Tires Fflgldalfe 5PPhanCeS LANDMARK so Palm B . in memes Phone 273-2392 Kirby, Ohio Kirby, Ohio K"bY' Ohm Phone 273-2606 14 You Can Be Sure of Fine Quality Dairy Products Chief Dairy Products Division of Pickerington Creamery at 422 West Guthrie Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of 1971 THE HARPSTER BANK Harpster, Ohio GILLEN REPAIR SHOP Harpster, Ohio TRI-CITY DISCOUNT Upper Sandusky, Ohio Upper Sandusky's Original Discount Store SUSI E'S PIZZA KITCHEN Pizza 8a Sub Sandwiches 203 S. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-3555 For the Best in Baked Goods Itls Visit 7 NEUMEI STER S DENNIS BARNES REALTY Everyone Loves Our For Complete Real Donuts Estate Service Jelly Filled Rolls and Farm Loans Fried Cinnamon Rolls Phone 294-3571 Fuggjalilgvilggs r Homemade Candles NEUMEISTER'S BAKERY Upper Sandusky B 81' B Compliments of YOUNG'S INSURANCE American Motor Cars and Jeep Vehicles 413 N h S h Off CVCIII Upper Sandusky, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2501 I ARMSTRONG WILSON TIRE BOB MACLAREN COMPANY CLOTHING AND Wholesale Eggs 8a Poultry The Store for P O BOX Ill BATTERY Men gc Boys Harpister, Ohio Recapping 1081316 iE1IiCglil5g447Ve- Phone 496-2274 Firestone Tires Upper Sandusky, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio 151 Best Wishes to the FOODLAND Class of 1971 DOWNTOWN 200 North Sandusky Ave. Congratulations i and Best Wishes to the Class of 1971 SCHOENBERGER PRODUCE INC. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Wood's Steer Barn Restaurant Eggs, Poultry, Cream The Pillsbury Co. Grain Merchandise Division Harpster, Ohio Also Elevators at Morral and Sycamore, Ohio Cash Grain, Private Grain Storage, and Government Storage Witzel Marathon "Service is our Business" Auto Air Conditioning Service 222 West Wyandot Avenue Phone 294-3272 Congratulations Class of 1971 EVERGREEN MOTEL Upper Sandusky, Ohio 294-2343 Goodyear Tires, Sporting Equipment BUD'S SUNOCO SERVICE CENTER Cheerful, Efficient Service 401 N. Sandusky Phone 294-1073 Congratulations to the Class of 1971 MORRAL CHEMICAL Morral, Ohio Phone 465-3251 The Lite Star Oil Company F leet-Wing Products North Warpole Phone 294-2391 Wyandot Lanes, Inc. Member Local, State, National BPA Phone 294-2921 Upper Sandusky Bowling 1:30 P.M. - 12:00 A.M. Week Days 1:00 P.M.-12:00 A.M. Sat. SL Sun. Daniel Pagnard, Manager Pool Tables - Snack Bar - Lounge Ample Free Parking A.M.F. Automatic Pinspotters HY-STYLE SALON Exclusive but not Expensive 114 East Bigelow 294-1078 Strasser 8a Son Electrical Contractors Fixtures Refrigerators Motors Repairing and Servicing of Electrical Supplies Westinghouse Home Appliances Over 55 Years of Electrical Service See Us for Everything Electrical 229 S.. Sth Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2882 Radios Appliances 154 Congratulations to the Class of '71 The Village Restaurant Compliments of Leels Trading Post 108 East Walker St. Open Evenings Variety Merchandise - Athletic Goods Industrial Supplies Guns and Ammunition CRAMER PLUMBING AND HEATING 132 Sandusky Compliments of CRAMER PLUMBING AND HEATING 132 North Sandusky Upper Sandusky, Ohio Weatherby, Browning, Winchester, Remington DAY'S NEWS 8L GIFTS Greeting cards Gifts for all occasions Complete selection of party papers Bonus photo finishing l0l N. Sandusky Ave. Stephan.Lumber Company Upper Sandusky, Ohio Serving Upper Sandusky Since 1898 Maxinels Apparel Shop ZIMMERMAN ALL STYLES AND SELECTIONS OF PRINTING WOMEN'S APPAREL 219 East Hicks St. Phone 294-3023 "Fashions for the Fashionable" Upper Sandusky, Ohio 155 See the Stars at the R Congratulations to the Class of '71 AND KOEHLER BROS. INDIAN TRAIL DRIVE-IN Dkohiog, Backhoe Work, and Stone Hauling Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 294-2217 l WARE-EL COAL CO. Good Luck to the Class CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Of '71 Gas, Oil, Elec. , CLASS OF 1971 BILL S SUNOCO Air Conditioners SERVICE FOX GARAGE Blown-in Insulation U.S. 23 8: 30 N. US 30 N. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio 294-2556 Phone 294-1221 Phone 294-9168 CHATEAU SALON GOODYEAR Congratulations to the Class 0f,7l 0F SERVICE STORE KLEIN,S SoH1o SERVICE HAIR DESIGN 127 S. Sandusky Street 1 Upper Sandusky, Ohio . 203 N. Sandusky Junmon Us 23 85 WN Upper Sandusky, Ohio 294-1976 294-9166 156 Phone: 294-3 865 Q I


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