Alliance High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Alliance, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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IJI- -I I: .:..-,'?-f.-'i'1-:f'rpIpjg,w HI., ,.I :II SCh00,oooooo I 5.-...wer:" ff. i r: .--.4-1'.f'.I,. r-I . V 1f.ffJ:fQ3'f'f:ffL' f"f K1 4.4. , 'I. c. .I '.'-ffg?-f75'xf,':eI: Q4 65'-'MwNl9'Hfr"-'-' r ..'.II .aI-J-IeI:I:-I-Q r 4 1 Lx w F if -54 ,W Bd 35 321 Fr? Fa lei I -, I n E. LS gas fi E2 ei I7 na ' g. E 5, F2 fi 5 Dedication Gertrude Pfouts Dean of Girls We, the student body of Alliance High School, dedicate this 1953 Chronicle to our understanding deans, Mrs. Gertrude Pfouts and Mr. Guy Hoover. To Mrs. Pfouts We Wish to show our appreciation for the work she has done for us and the help she has extended to us during our high school careers. In 1931, when the school first recognized the need for a dean of girls, Mrs. Pfouts was chosen for her understanding of young people. Since that time, she has proved her capability over and over again. While taking charge of delinquency and tardiness, she often serves as a counselor to those in need of help and advice. In addition to the invaluable service she is continually rendering in her present capacity as dean, she has also served the school and com- munity in many other Ways. During the depression she first became associated with the National Youth Association to find employment for students. She is still affiliated with this organization. She is one of the trustees of Scholarship Foundation, is on the Music Study Club scholarship committee, and works on the board for the Community Concert Series. She was patroness of the January, 1948, and June, 1951 graduating classes, and is an active worker in the First Methodist Church. 4 Mr. Guy Hoover came to Alliance after fourteen years of faithful service to the community of North Jackson, Ohio. In 1936, his first year of teaching in Alliance, he became the student co-ordinator for the high school. In addition to serving as dean of boys since 1940, he has taught Latin American history, ethics, economic geography, and Civics. As any of us who have ever had him in class can testify, his extensive travels have provided him with a wealth of stories and souvenirs. Central and South America, the Holy Land, and England are only a few of the places still quite vivid in Mr. Hoover's memory. Some people have a "green thumb" when it comes to growing a gar- den. Mr. Hoover seems to have the same touch when it comes to building character. His scouting work has given him innumerable opportunities to help and guide young men. During the last war, correspondence with service men gave many of them a picture of life back home. While serving so capably as dean, his advice has been a guiding light to many male mem- bers of the school population. Through the dedication of this Chronicle, we hope to show a small token of our appreciation for a job well done. Guy Hoover Dean of Boys 5 I r ry . 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' , V - V' , J ..... , ' , V , ,, , V, " , ' f 1 f ' ,,,, A ,, VV VV V ,V , Administration Homer Richmond Oscar Andreani Principal Assistant Principal BGARD OF EDUCATION Standing: Robert King, Charles Olds, Herbert VVoolf. Seated: Supt. Russell E. Schafer, Gordon Robertson, president. st X A VVarren Davis - .' t d t Henry Ray Assistant Supeiln en en Coordinator of In 8 struction ABOXQS Daly, Frank B. S. Youngstown College Dilley, Jane A. B. Ohio Wesleyan Dilley, Mary B. A. Ohio Wesleyang Mount Uniong Columbia, University of Wisconsin Dowler, Ruth R. N. White Cross Hospital School of Nursing, B. S. Ohio State Universityg University of Cincinnatig Western Reserveg Indiana University Duro, Eric Special Duquesne University Eden, Mary B. S. Kent State University 9 f 014' Y X W ,l P , , s, W, Z J f W , - W ww 1 . M WH' in " M0 n Anderson, Szmda L. B. S. Michigan State College, B. O. Ashland College Barnard, Jack R. B. S. Mount Union, Kent University Bullock, Jane B. A. 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Q, i . 1 1 I I ff 1 '7. f ,, if 1 6+ ., I 4 I i 1 i 1 i A 3 A 1 4 1 1 I I 5 r F i . , n E SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Seated: Bill Offenhecker, Dick Boring, Fred Popa, Ray Porter. Standing: Patrons Mr. Peeling and Mr. Reighart. Row ROW Row Row Row I-qjzbf-4L4Cll Abbuhl. P. Allen. L. Allison. J. Alworth, C. Ameser, J. Anderson. J. Andrews A nd re ws. Andrie. L. Anthony. L. Antram. M. Aufrance, J. Baier. R. Baier. L. Bailey, M. Baird Baith, V. Banks. R. Barber. E. Barker. L. Barker. J. Barnard, B. Barnes. T. Barnett Barrett, B. Bateman, B. Bauman, D. Beagle. J, Beboul, W. Bebout. N. Becker Bell. Bell. P. Bell, B. Beltz. C. Berlin. B. Best, D. Black, B. Bair, P L. Bland. 16 l ophomore Class Row 1: H. Blasiman, J. Bless ing, P. Bolender, D. Boring M. Borucke, D. Bowen, V Boyce. J. Bradley. Row 2: B. Bramhull. K. Bran field. C. Braun, M. Braund, B Britton. B. Brown. S. Brown, S Brown. Row 3: B. Brugger, D. Bur nett. W. Burnett. P. Buchelli C. Buttermore, J. Campbell. H Campbell. P. Carmonico. Row 4: M. Carli, C. Caserta N. Caserta, D. Castello, C. Cas tellucci, J. Clapsaddle, A. Clark L. Clark. Row 5: E. Clark, F. Clark, B Clupper, D. Collins, L. Cooper, P. Copeland, H. Corton, R. Court. Row 6: K. Crauston, B. Craw ford. A. Crouch, B. Crubaugh F. Cunningham. L. Dailey. L Dalesandro. N. Dallas. Row 7: N. Darr, J. Davidson L. Davis, J. Davis, B. Dawson K. Day, J. Deack, D. Derry. Row 8: N. Derry. J. DeUnger B, Dewald, S. Di Donato, C Dietz. J. Dillon, F. Dimit, D Dinger. Row 9: B. Dobson, V. Domen- cetti, D. Donovan, E, Douglas, J. Dourm, B. Duncan, W. Durm, C. Eastwood. Row 10: B. Eberling, D. Eber- ling, D. Edwards, L. Elliott, B. Ellis, R. Ellsworth, J. Ely, B. Endinger. Q., K ' Q7 if f x 49 IQ K - ,fy W ,5 X , . . ...Af ..., 4. .1 N X f , -. I:-.I ,' ,, f ,W-.., f-I . ., N. Q., . .. 4 vs ., S .f a 4-f X Q. ,.:,,-1.553 All, 5- I . , f - Q ,f ,yn . ...ff - s ' f f . . 44,5 X 1 , F W A 4 -ff' 4 . Q Z j 3 V Q S ,.. x 4 ,X X , .. 1 , , I Z. ,. ,, ...I 4.1.1. - . :M . Isr- , X " EPZ. -R fm- . xv-,:::.::::, EM Q ,Q w 5. 2 ki sum. .- 2 Z 1 X Z, f W 4.59 j 'K X f - 1. xx ' J I . t . ,I 5 sw , 1 , EL. A , .' in t U N f l: 4.3.,.N,. A Q ,f f 4 1 V: 1 0' .,,.. ,V f ,, .--"2 5 -' ' . . ., ' . 'ff' .I x ' .L ':::":v4 ' , AV sq . H Q. 1:, Q .. ., I i -,. -N . - 16 23 mf. . .HF x fag I , E: G ' A , " , 9 N W1 m ,g Hz.. QL 1' . if i , , A , 45 Q. . .igwwff 'S , A VE... SQ I , ,,.. 2 W. t ,SK A .f fm. . S 92 ff ' . X f . if N ' Q, , l . si ..,,3W. ,. Row 1: M. Estock, C. Everett T. Eyer, C. Foltz, M. Foltz, N. Fortner, B. Fotheringham, W. Famer, Row 2: P. Firth. R. Fligle. O. Flynn. B. Fountain, C. Fra- raccio. E Freconna, R. Fresh- ley, J. Freytag. Row 3: J. Fullmer, D. Furco- low. M, Gard, L. Garver, S. Gates, A. Giovanini, E. Glass, M. Goleno. Row 4: S. Gashorn, D. Gray. R. Grimm, C. Gwynne, J. Hagge. S. Haines, J. Hairston, P. Har- rington. Row 5: E. Harrington, B. Har- ris, D. Harris, H. Harris, R. Harris, R. Harrison, J. Hartzel, D. Haskins. Row 6: J. Hawkins, M. Held. T. Held, B. Helsel, ,M. Herndon. F. Hilker, C. Hoffman, J. Holloway. Row 7: L. Hoops. H. Hopkins, A. Howard, N. Howley, B. Huffman, C. Hunt, S. Hunt, E. Hunter. Row 8: J. Jackson, E. John- son, K. Jones, Katie Jones, M. Jones, T. Jones, M. Karper, E. Kelleher. Row 9: D. Kelly, J. Kelly, S. Kendrick, B. Kerr, B. Kesig, D. Keyes, B. Kimes, L. Kirksey. Row 10: D. Kline, G. Knipp, E. Knowles, D. Koons, M. Koons, J. Kopache, J. Kovach. F. Kracher. Rowlz P. Kruhling, J. Krid ler, R. Kron, J. Kunz, J. Lam- bert, L. Lannm, J. LaNave, J Lune. Row 2. R. Luntzer. D. Lauer, .T. Leasure. Y. Leasure, B. Le- high. A. Lelvluy, C. Lepsesty G. Lewis. Row 3t J. Linhart, G. Lohman R. Maloney. J. Mann, F. Mar coni, B. Martin, D. Martin. S Martin. Row 4: J. Mason, E. Mathison N. Maxwell, J. May, E. Mazzei C. McArthur, B. McClain, R McClain. Row 51 J. McClary, VV, Mc Cormick, VV. McDave, R. Mc Geehen, N. Mc-Girr, B. McGowan F. McGowan, S. McKnight. Row 6: E. McLaughlin, N. Mc Laughlin, B. Melaney, T Menges, W. Mikes. S. Miles, J Miller. R. Miller. Row 7: C. Milovich, R. Mon- roe. VV. Moody. B. Moore. N Morgan, M. Mougey, C. Moulton B. Mueller. Row 8: W. Myers, J. Nagy, C. Napier, R. Neely, B. Nichols, K. Nile, K. Norum, F. Novy. fm 1 9 f BMJ, f ! i L 4 61' f f f f ,f fmf, 84' f N ,Ig - -,, , ff .. 4-K4 4 .,.f Q f f J . , ,, , ' ' Row 91 D. Obney, Dick Obney, X f ' A' b- M- . B. offenbecker, D. oliver, D. , , A ,gif K . Orr, E. Paina, R. Palen, A. V XVVII VV, , g il Pappas' 'lni Ie.. J ' Q? . 'J w ff.: ...,,. if "'- ' , - '. - 3 4 A . ' Row 10: C. Pappas, M. Par- V"! ' . V ' il' f hams, C. Parke, C. Partin, R. Wf W 7. jfs' W' Patrick, B. Patterson. J. Pat- QW 'Z I torson, L. Peloso. ' ...Q ,ff . nm 19 if ffm ,.,,. 5 y '. , a X .. f X f X ,fm uv-5 ll nfl, 1-:' A ! .. :Z l 'XXX XI' K -. if 'N' 5 1 1 ' A S ff XGA aa: 4 t 'Si . f' .ef Q 1 I mn- , ef ' f ,,,..4v 5 Nfl M Visa f. C257 4. WJ I ff 55:21 X wi, Q 1 . 5, f 0 . ,XR W Q ,. Row 1: J. Penrod, D. Peters. M. Phillips, D. Piccinin, R. Pinkerton, D. Pisanello, J. Plummer, J. Polinori. Row 2: F. Popa, R. Porter, V. Prince, M. Prisilac, C. Puhl, D. Qualk, P. Radikovich, J. Ram- ser. Row 3: E. Rfirdon, A. Ray, L. Ray, B. Reber, C. Recci, B. Reda, J. Reed, R. Reighart. Row 4: N. Rhonds, E. Rhodes. E Rhome, C. Riddle, D. Riddle. P. Riffle, G. Ritchey, A. Robert- son. Row 5: R. Rodriquez. A. Roes- ser, L. Rogers, R. Rosenburger, L. Rubsam, R. Rudolph, B. Rupp, B. Rupp. Row 6: P. Sax, P. Schaal, B. Schneider, B. Schwartz, L. Shanks, P. Sharkey. J. Shutler. N. Shutler. Row 7: F. Shonk. C. Sigman, D. Slusser, J. Smith, Judy Smith. B. Smythe, J. Snively. M. Snyder. Row 8: T. Sorge. R. Sponsel- ler, F. Stallman, C. Stanciu, S. Stanley, S. Stater. S. Stauf- fenger, J. St. George. Row 9: J. Stiffler, B. Stratton. G. Streza, B. Stule, S. Sukosd. B. Summers. C. Summers, P. Supler. Row 10: L. Swartz, J. Swier- gosz, D. Sydor, D. Tasker, L. Tennis, J. Thomas, G. Tormasi, V. Triplett, l Rowlz M.Trombitas, D. Trump, J. Tucker. N. Tucker, T. Tucker. V. Ullman. A. Ulmer. L. Ulmer Row 2: M. Unkefer, P. Unke- fer, Valentine. Valentine, M Van Camp. J. Van Pelt, J Vargo. J. Wagner. Row 3: D. Wallingford, V Wayne, H. Webb. J. Wells, D 7. 'fig -. -4 W. 5 Q .. X. .,,. l '- ff x CZ g f X y , : ' ' X .it :X ,c, ,, fy . 3. ff ,.,, if , fg f f .f f 1 ' 2 f Welsh, J. Werbung, L. Whit- A X aker. T. VVhite. Row 4: E. Wickersham, L VVilliams. H. Williamson, J Wise, B. Wood. J. Wood, R Worly. E. Wright. Row 5: J. Yost, M. Yost, B Young, C. Young, E. Young, B Zamagias, J. Zamarelli, E Zeller. Row 6: W. Zeller, D. Zinysel man, R. Zingg. Row 1: N. Luaburg, C. Kuntze, D. Makin, B. Betz, B. Kamel D. Reynolds, M. Myers, L Knowles. Row 2, B. Blair, M. Natle, E. Borton. J. Wright. C. Turk, H Holsy, M. Wiles. D. Elliott. Row3: R. Ranser, R. Moorc. F. Cook. K. Reighart, R. Arnold, G. Wilson, H. Mains, K. Ruhl, J. Gusbar, L. Dye. E gk? X X YW - J- 1 ., Mg. ' X V fr ' .-.,.1f1..:: S, X ' 4' E., 1. ,N2i.A,?2!i'e!2ii ' -a. Hifi ,M ,rf- f fi X 3 21 7 K JUNIOR OFFICERS ROW Ron Row Ron Ron 'w Standing: Miss Bullock. A ' Seated: Norman Harhaugh, Martha Olds, Lowell Duselc, Marilyn Dowling. WW .IM V I fx ' ' I X ,neg ,AQ -... A X . 5 ff! V I Q f . we - up- I f , X N , ,M V' M2297 ff' ' X W! ' gf 4 f .w ....,. , .,- ' 0 , 4 , - Q2 ,!W - ,wmv 4: vv.. ff Vhff- - 1 N ,fy .,,, . il-L... - 1: B. Adams. S. Adcock. B. Ahrens, P. Allison, B, Allman, E. Anderson, Anderson. 2: A, Andrews. J. Ansley. P. Anthony, C. Baier. K. Bailey, J. Bandy. E. 3: Pinter, J. Beck. J. Beckett, S. Bell, J. Bertrami. M. Benedetto, B. Benedict. G . er U.ll'll. -1: S. Bichsel, R. Bisset, C. Black. T. Blackshear. J. Blumenstiel, B. B. Borton. 5: G. Bowers. B. Brunfield, J. Braun. B. Brown, J. Brown, J. Bryant, L. Bryant -X. Bucnunu J. Anderson. R Banks, C, Bauhof Boehn, M. Bodo n. 22 Junior Class Row 1: P. Burkhart, M. Burn- ham. R. Butler. L. Cabassa. B. Carli. M. Carns. R. Carns. B. Catteirin. Row 2: N. Chalpple. R. Cironi N. Cilino. J. Clem, N. Cobb J. Colley. L. Collins. C. Conrad Row 3: B. Cooper. L. Cover M. Cox. M. Cracknell. T. Crack neil. N. Craven. R. Cross, VV Csehy. Row 4: J. Cunnin, G. Dallas E. Davia, C. Davis, D. DeBee G. Dietch. H. Dibble, J. Dick- i1'lS0l'1. Row 5: P. Dickson, B. Dobson. H. Dowling. C. Dragich, L Duchon. D. Dye, L. Dye. D Eberly. Row6: D. Edinger. E. Egan. A. Elliott. Y. Ellsworth, D Farner. J. Ferner, L. Finley D. Foder. ROW7: A. Folk. F. Fording C. Frank, C. Frank. J. Frank, R. Frank, L. Franklin, I. Fred erick. Row 8: B. Freeman, J. Fresh ley, J. Freshley, B. Fronk. D Frtalich. D. Funk, C. Furguiele J. Furguiele. Row 9: S. Gallaer. M. Garri- son. O. Giovanatto, D. Godsey, R. Goosby, J. Gorin. J. Gorum, M. Grant. Row 10: P. Green, J. Greena- myer. J. Gregor, P. Gustavel, P. Hagge, J. Haines, G. Hampu, N. Harbaugh. ,WX . W if S 'Fw-T Q , fwf Q. 7'Qii .ffZ? 1 ,. ' ,,.. I ' A f :.' ..., . X , l 3? K Ria , YQ f P X A :Q X .ip k4Q.M N: .arf -. ..,. 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Hoff man, M. Hofius. R. Hoover. R House, J. Humphrey, C. Hustus F. Irvin. Row 3: B. Jack, R. Jackson C. Jamison, F. Jenkins, A Johnson. D. Johnson, S. John- son, B. Jones. Row 4: J. Karns. D. Keller. K. Keltner, R. Ketler, C. Kil- breath, K. King, C. Kinsey, C. Kirksey. Row 5: E. Kirkscy, L. Kirksey, J. Korleski, S. Korosy, E. Kropt, C. Kuntze, D. Kutchever. C. Lantry. Row 6: D. Lee, D. Legros, L. Lehnis, J. Lolli. B. Ludlam, D. Lund, E. Lutz, F. Maccioli. Row 7: R. Maccioli, D. Makin, J. Maley, N. Mandia, S. Mangus, P. Markel, B. Martin. S. Martin. Row 8: L. Mason, P. May, M. McCallum, D. McClung, N. Mc- Clung, K. McCracken. S. Mc- Cullough, R. Mcllroy. Row 9: P. McQui1ken, C. Mead, B. Mehl, M. Mehnert, B. Mene- gay. R. Mcnichelli, S. Mill, J. Miller. Row 10: T. Millspnu, N. Mohr, M. Moler, B. Moore, C. Moore, T. Morgan. R. Morley, J. Morris. 4 Row 1: R. Morris. H. Moser, D. Moulin. J. Mrusek, J. Murari. R. Nicholson. A. Noble. J Noble Row 2: F. Noble. M. Olds, B Onyett. M. Oprandi. S. Oswalt S. Oyster. M. Packe, J. Packey Row 3: D. Parnelli, S. Parker N. Pietrocola. E. Pizzedaz. B Popovich. K. Ports. A. Pritch ard B. Pucci. Row 4: J. Puzder, R. Ramser, M. Reale. B. Reisch, J. Rich D. Richards. F. Riddle, E. Rin inger. Row 5: R. Ribbons, S. Robert son. J. Roof, J. Ruggly, R Ruhl. B. Rush, R. Russell, F Salisbury. Row 6: K. Savage. R. Sayers S. Scaia. D. Schaefer, D. Schul ler, M. Scott, F. Shefelton, B Shivalockie. ROW 7: K. Sigman, M. Sim mons, K. Sineri, M. Smith, M Smith. M. Smith, S. Smith, P Snively. Row 8: J. Sorge, G. Spore, V. Springer. B. Steele, B. Steffy G. Stewart, R. Stewart, B Stoll. Row 9: J. Stouffer, S. Stryf fler, W. St. John, V. Stuckey W. Stuckey. B. Sutherin, A Symes. G. Tarman. Row 10: A. Taskerq M. Tatsch J. Theaker, N. Teichman, A. Toole, B. Twohey, D. Walizer, S. Walker. X ,f , -lily A - nf. ' .. W 74 ig J ' f .1 Z. ,.,.. I.. f 1 .Z. .f,. Q' .S t 'rf ef . 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MW F ff 5 ':.f...g.5. .. . vi: ' Z .. W' 4. ..-:, i .. f u i ' ,jfif 5. f M W 57 ' f , t" f . fl 26 Row 1: N. Walter, B. Wassa- mire, A. Waugh, H. Wayne, D. Vlfearstler, L. Webb, E. Wehner, P. Wesley. Row 2: M. Whisler. C. White J. Williams, G. Williamson, J Wolpert, A. Wood, I. Wright H. Wurgler. Q r Row 3: J. Vogel, D. Wyrick, C. Yennie, D. Yennie, E: Young, R. Young. L. Zavarelli N. Zimmerman. Row 4: P. Zucchero. Row 1: S. Becker, D. Berchak, B. Garrison, D. Conrad, N. 1-Iancox, R. Macaione, F. Freed. Rok 2: D. Penrod, L. Dusek, S. Smith, M. Trautman, R. Robbins, E. Jones. Row 3: D. Knepper, F. Hud- son. H. Togle, C. Sandahl, F. Fredrick, L. Conser. . :ii 11 ,, Y f ' F2 qv: E3 , ,gg S E ii Q E S5 Fi -12 5? ii :E E2 EE ps 5 I' . F if . 5 Q . I J E E E if A E F' 5 w 1 w r 1 1 W 1 r . x L 27 .-fnu11w.N.-f,,.,. K, ., ., X -'-"F-.Q'... ,JW "1wif14'1f7iv:5.vi3w:5i,f2g:. 54 . . 1 -- .f,.1'-as--gy -. ' ' " 1 ini' ---' f' 'x 7--' ,u1?Q,'f4.-,igz-Slikrr, ' 'r,,.,A f' In . 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President David Mainwaring, Patron 'William Zumkehr, 'Treasurer John Stranges, Vice-President Janice Peters, Secretary Carolyn Adams Yvonne Aebi Neil Allen Thomas Allison Ray Alton Nona Bales James Anthony Faye Barker Richard Barthalis Phyllis Barber Janice Battershell Dale Beltz William Beckett David Bertolini Nancy Betz Robert Best Emmagene Beverly JoAnne Bichsel my AWA W M f John Bickle Margaret Binkley Delores Borzea Maurice Blackshear Joanne Brannam Janice Brigel Beverly Brienza Delores Brown Catherine Brunori Delores Brunner Richard Buearion William Buhn Donald Buck William Burger Janice Burnett Edwin Burkhart Patricia Burt 32 Annette Burtnett , Jane Buttermore Ray Campeau Lois Jean Carroll Shirley Carter Herbert Caruso Esther Channel Mary Church Frank Clark Bruce Clough Edward Cloutier Ted Cochran Mary Colaner Jerry Collette Carole Conrad Paul Conway Richard Cordingly Elaine Cowan Shirley Ann Culberson 33 1 f 437 'Wh f f 5 Q W Roger Cunningham William Dolbow Leonard Dawson Joe Dalesandro Beverly Ann Davis Tom Davis Joyce Davis Glenda Derby Wilma Domhoff Josephine Divon Dewey Dorsey Doris Drummer Edith Douglas Beverly Duncan Robert Edwards Shirley Dusch Nancy Elliott 34 William Elliott . Porter Ellis Orville Ellsworth Eileen Enclinger Richard Emhley W'illiam Eoff Delores Estock Barbara Ann Faber Moonyean Fairbanks Minor Fees Angelo Favazzo Ronald Fellel' Linda Lou Fink Shirley Ann Finley James Fisher Robert Folk Duretha Fogorascher Ola Fortner Donald Fraraccio 35 Zip, , 'ww QA Janet Frazier Betty Freshley Marjorie Freshley Elaine Freshley David Fronius Jane Fultz William Fronlc Robert Funk James Galehouse Charles Gaddis Patricia Gallaer Gordon G ansel Patricia Gambs Lila Garman Robert Giovanini Barbara Garrison Jane Glogoski 36 Lee Godsey Evelyn Goegan Carroll Graham Hazel Green Donna Jean Greenamyer Jerry Grier Joanne Gross Gene Gurney Robert Gustavel Ronald Gwynne Sally Haines Jeri Hahn Jerric Fotheringlmm Hall Mary Lou Hammer Barbara Harris Barbara Hurtzell Artesia Hawkins Kay Heestand Mary Henderson 37 X f-55 ' A wifi' . 0, ffm, KNN Karl Herman Ronald Hively Mary Ann Hodge Ronald Holloway Rudolph Holloway Dean Honsberger X . Duane Hoover Richard Hoover Ora Howard Janice Hutzlcy Margery Irish Charles Iselin Charles Jack VVilliam Johnson Janet Johnston Mary lVinona Jones Manfred Jost Edward Karper 38 Gloria Kay Kathleen Kelleher John Kes ig Patricia Kibler Josephine Kinsey Walter Kirksey Richard Klan Carolyn Kline Patricia Koons William Krahling John Kunz Louis LaNave Mary Ann Lee Jack Leister David Lewis Sally Jo Lillick Lillian Lightner Walter Lightncr ! , f 4 p fl f .,-1 f sh f ff, f 151977-3 , X f Z ,, f M My I ,,, Bruce Lowman Donna Lowman Mary Lou Mane Danford Mallett Inez Marini Norma Mason J 0 Marple Lois Mauck Beverly MeGirr Patricia McComb Stanley McGrath Arlene Mclienna Paul McGuire Timothy McLeod Charlotte Mead Dale McNutt WVilliam Meeker 40 Shirley Meeks l Gilbert Meiring WVilliam Menegay Marjon Menster Nancy Meyer XValter Meyers Esther Miller NSN' Gertrude Miller ' " Marilyn Miller -P Shirley Miller S Q E' 5, iff? Sally Mitzel Daryl Montague Edward Morgan James Powell Morris Ann Morris Carol Mougey Eleanor Muffly Bettelu Muller Patricia Myers -4V -gulf' me Lois Jean Nutter Roger Olds Fay Ollson Ray Orlando Carol Orsetti Betty Osco Bradley Oswalt Herbert Oyster Mary Joan Oyster James Pagonis Patricia Palozzi Carolyn Papley Barbara Pasco Diana Peloso Donny Penrod Ronald Peate Janice Lynn Peters Leah Ann Pettit 42 Rosemary Phillips Marlene Pisoni Paul Polen Loretta Jean Potts Marjorie Poulaillon Patricia Prince Raymond Puhl Frances Pusateri Rosemary Race Joyce Ray Janice Reed Beverly Reeder Lawrence Raga Donald Riebold Marilyn Reisch Roger Robb Marianne Roberts Paul Robertson I Z W M w f! Q ,w J W WW 'Kin' if Nita 55:5 Q s X , W? f i 4 7 Ax fx X f NW ,, i 'I ,X I V ' J mace Shook Q A s , 'ff ,X ww W if Tom Smith Charlotte Sollie Carol Speidel Louise Stancin Al Stanish LaRue Stanley Jean Staufenger Shirley Steen Ann Stevens Joanne Stoffer John Stranges Irene Stryffeler Eleanora Stryffeler Robert Sudeck Roger Summers Vinson Tate Boonie Taylor Bruce Taylor 45 f: "2C"1?" June Teeters Joanne Thellman Catherine Thrash Florence Theodore Angelo Tortora Richard Walborn Johann Trocheck Jean Waltz Mary WValtz Martha Waltz Jerry WVard Janet Weber Len Waxler Jean Weber Susannah White Ted Whitacre Janice Widmer 46 Sherry Wilcoxon , Lois Williams James Williamson Evelyn Wottle Joseph WVyrick A Homer Young Vincent Zavarelli Lillie Young Carole Zeides Sylvia Zelasko Wayne Zeides Arthur Zimmerman William Zumkehr Ronald Zumbar 'K . ,v-.-fy. cf fc: aa 5 : V ..md Wd N N-.l I ' 1 '-N f, 'V in an If 5, I 3 A Z? ,W I is V -fi 53,1 if '52, ' 455' M 1 'ggi-..,H if gr' 'X ,W ffeql5:zf'oi ,ir i .,,u 'RW , ."' 'Q -,... ..,... ...,,... M ,.,., s....... I X W 7 J Q h z .,, .. ,-.. ff V ,x . -If . M.. ...Mx-'V lb. -1 ,,, f S 7' I ' in x SENIOR PLAY HARVEY Myrtle Mac Simmons , Veta Louise Simmons ...... Edward P. Dowd s,,,s Miss Johnson ..............w Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet Ruth Kelly, R. N. ,Y,,vs . Duane Wilson ssss Lymar Sanderson, M. D. ieee. . William R. Chumley, M. D. Betty Chumley s,..,,, Judge Omar Gaffney .,,,., E. J. Kofgen Cast Donna Lowman .. Josephine Dixon , Art Zimmerman Sylvia Zelasko Janice Battershell Jean Waltz Leonard Dawson Jim Galehouse Jim Morris Ann Morris Tom Smith . . Jerry Grier Harvey was originally presented on tour under the name "The White Rabbit." Shortly after the war, house- wife, Mary Chase saw a definite need for source laughter in this country. She experimented for some time around her home before she finally wrote "The White Rabbit." Following a very successful tour, the play was presented on the New York stage retitled "Harvey." It run was phenomenal. It reached its height when it was made into a motion picture starring Jimmy Stewart. "Harvey" is the story of a man who was struggling with reality but finally gave up. Elwood P. Davis was perfectly normal except for the fact that his best friend was a six foot tall white rabbit. No one except himself ever sees this rabbit. His sister Veta is in such a frenzy that when Elwood is taken to Dr. Chumley's asylum for treatments, she is the one who ic committed instead of Elwood. The doctors realizing their error, made a de- termined effort to bring him back. Elwood, however, gives himself up on the condition that they all go out'and have one last fling. After a few too many drinks, Dr. Chumley sees Harvey and wants him for himself. He receives Veta's permission to give Elwood an injection of Formula 977 which will make Elwood forget all about Harvey. A cab driver who is waiting for the fare to be paid, convinces Veta that Elwood is much better off lovable and happy than he would be crabby and irritable. Although this is her first year of teaching, Miss Joyce Williams has already proved her value in speech activities. She successfully directed the speech play "Ah Wilderness," and assisted in the direction of "It's Cold in Them Thar Hills." She also assisted Miss Sackett in the dialogue direction of the operetta. If her work so far is any indication, Miss Williams' help will undoubtedly be invaluable in future years. 48 I . i s i ev P , , , I I 49 ff W vfa' . ..- , 'G I . 1 V ' . A .1 A 'i'. 1" - , fi . 11: .-' V I i. .' :- -i ' ' -. ,v I 4, , .H ' 5' ,f 13,- ,yviarvi fl r s , ,J P Vagygh' Ma' iw . 5 I 'Z 4 LT 'W-V J 'H ,7:-- ." 5 61' rl"'f ,- ,npr . ,,. ....,. I ' " L ,F f v. H J 7 If ' ,J Ll ,JI I ,:!.,,, 1, AA ,, A xc ' I x"f L4' ,, I.,-wb 1' - ya V In K 4 V,-3 .- ,ffm an .I Az-1. 1 415 ' 'A ll' FA Y,- VL, 0' I ' xiii! Ag ' ,cw ' X-'Ui' - ' Fx t ' A,-:ff -' V A J' , ,IVVTVJA f Q"1T5-55-1f.' . .' f ' .1,.',1"fl 'II N-f vf ' :ni P iurv gm: - .2-"I . 'gy ,r- K. f,.,., . Qu gf, . ., .Q A - ' ' 34 "iu5'2g5' Gr ' if - '-1 vm! .cf . . if . 225 , 'win'--In. bi rl' '. vvv-v' V ' " , x:22111f1w:w "1 , 0 """i'-7-L '.i': :WJ P" . f-.- .' 1- -. f' ' . . 3 , ' . 1. FH'-'-f-' : 4"" . .4 " ff R5 ?' 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Wilcovm S felasko C Speldel J PPIGFG Row 2: Mr. Prnt P Krlhlmg J Morrls b Vofl National Forensic 177 Row 1: B. Muller. A. Woods, J. Gale-house, F. Barker, Spcidel, A. Morris. Row 2: J. Morris, M. Menster, S. White, B. Ste-ffy, ix. Roosser, W. Burnett, D. Bucurion. National Thespians f X .,, . Row 1: Ports, R. Palen, S. Vlfilcoxon, J. Morris, J. Leister. J. Frzizicr. J. Colley, A. Morris. Row 2: S. White. N. Cobb, M. Olds, D. Lowman, E, Wehner. L. Hoffman, Miss Williams. Row 3: B. Oswalt, B. Krahling, V. Tate, T. Smith, D. Honsbcrger, B. Steffy, M. Simmons. 53 lHue.D0ndn0 Row Row 1: R. Palen, J. Colley, J. Morris. D. Honsberger. A. Morris. K. Ports. D. Lowman. S. Adcovk. 2: S. W'hitu. IL. Wehnor, P. Gallacr. D. Kulclwwr, D. Peters. L. Huffman. Miss Xifilliams. Row 3: B. Oswall. N. Cohh, M, Olds, S. Wilmzxon. J. Frazier. Nl. Simmons. Row l: J. 1,911-ena1wiyc1'. B. Cooper. B. Krahlimz. 'l'. Smith. L. Conscr. J. Grier. aducean P' .. ir Row Row Row Row Row 3 'Q : J. Stauffenger. P. Barber, K. King, B. Dudeck. S. Mitchell, L. Fink, B. Malaney. J Haines. G. Bertolini. - 1 K. Norum. L. Stanley, S. Meeks. Carli. C. Baier. M. Martin, E. Davia, J, Carroll. 1 Simmons. L. Barker. Miss Dowler. Radakovicli. J. Freytag. Deack. P. May. J. Baier. Bair. N. Becker. D. Rcnolds Strefler. J. Smith. Gard, Karper, Prince, A. Barrett. E. Miller. P Prince. P. Burkhardl. N. Dallas Y Q. lgllg-grain-kr-n. P. Bolender, E. Knolls, W. Zeides. S. Hardman. M. Oprandi Pizzadazs. 54 tudent Council .fwx Row Row Row 3' Row 4' H rf' ,ffefgr King, M. Dowling. J. Galehouse Fligle. Krahling, B. Dawson, A. VVoods Peters, Mr. Richmond. Zamarelli, E. McLaughlin, M. Olds Catterin. Endinger. D. Boring, N. Harbziugii Rooney, R. I-lively. J. Stranges. Student Activities Council M, Row 1: K. Norum, S.Mitchel1, J. Galehouse B Meeker A Xiorris B Pisco S Snulz 'S Lillick. Row 2: Miss Klaickman, J. Bichsel, P. Gambs A Wood F B rker Miss Douier B Cooper Row 3: B. Eoff, R. Olds, L. Dawson, N. Allen P Conufix J Fullmrr B Clough J P1 onus J. Morris. v enior Y-Teens Row Row Row Row A 1, P. Mc-Comb, J. Weber, E. Muflly, A. Morris, M. l...enster, J. Rely, P. Barber, J. Stauffenger. Miss Stoneburner, M. Anderson, L. Stanley, B. Hzirtzell, B. Paseo, J. Kinsey, S. Duseh. F. Barker. M. Hummer, J. Stoffer, R. Phillips. D. Brown, 15. Beverly, L. Oyster, Ii. Simmons. B. Muller, D. Renolrls, B. lVIc'Girr, N, Meyer. S. Wfileoxon. L. Bennett. D. Lowmzin. Junior Y-Teens 9' 'CNN 954' wig, .f',,f" Row 1: O. Oswalt. B. Twohey, P. VVesley, A. Wood, M. Reale. E. Vlfehner, J. Rich. J. Maley. Row 2: M. Benedetto. J. Murari, M. Citino, B, Moore, J. Puzder. R. Ketler. K. Ports, L. Hoffman, Miss Kliekman. . Row 3: E. Lutz. R. Butler, G. Tzirmun. R. Jackson, N. Harwell, K. King, M. Dowling, N. Cliapple. A. Folk. ' Row 4: J. Colley, M. Bodo, J. Braun, P. Burlihzirt, J. Noble, B. Martin. M. Truutmzin, L. Lehnis, L. Hillgrreen, L. Ducheon. 56 ww lu nior Y-Teens 'CAS Row 1: D. Kutchever. M. Wisler. N. Teichman. F. Jenkins, N. Hancock. C. Bair. P. Hagg, E. Kuntzman. Row 2: J. Beck. C. Kellner, S. Walker. C. Ricci. C. Lantry, B. Oynett. S. Hoe-bekc, J. Blumenstciel. Row 3: Kinsey. J. Clem. J. Ruggly. J. Stoficr. P. Snivcly. S. Hardman, S. Parker. N. Craven, . Cobb. 0 ph. Y-Teens Row Row Row Row Row 1 2: 3: 4 5 B. Malaney, K. Norum, R. Reigharl, J. Striffler. J. Reed. C. Branficld, J. Holloway. S. Martin. Miss Snider. D. Dillon. B. Rapper, A. Rocsser, P. Krahling. S. Miles, E. Barker, Batc- man. D. Edwards. H. Williamson, J. Miller, T. Tuelser, J. Smith. J. Alsworth, P. Bland, N. Cascrta. C. Buttermore. L. Hoopes. B. Crawford. G. Streza. S. Brown. J. Mallory. M. Baird. G. Lewis. B. Dobson. G. Tormosi. J. Sworgeious, B. Brown. J. Frytag, B. Butz. D. Pincinni. 'FU . Palen, D. Myers. J. Tuckcr. 57 Epsilon H i-Y X X , 2 1 X an XX his 53.5, Row 1: B. Fronk. B. Beckett, D. Sankey, P. Conway, B. Krqliling, N. Allen. P. Robertson, A. Iiinimvrmzm. Row 2: Mr. Young. J. Kosig. D. Montague, B. Dudock. E. Burkhart. D. Fronius, D. Bucgrion, B. Folk. P Ellis. Row 3: J. Ihulvszinflm, J. Fishcr. M. Jost. B. Kelly, J. Pugonis. J. Kunz. D. Ric-bold. B. Lowmun. Kappa Tau Hi-Y X MQ? WNB :NV Q! 2 fr? X Row 1: T. Allison. J. Grier, R. Hive-ly. B. Eofl. B Meeker. M. Simmons, J. Held. J. Morris. Row 2: Mr. Hiler. P. Rooney. R. Olds. J. Leister. A. Tortora, B. Zumkehr. B. Oswalt. Row 3: D. Mallet. T. Smith. D. Honsberger. B. Elliott. 58 l Lambda Hi-Y M I Row 1: Pilati. R. Cattarin, D. Schuller, B. Cooper, J. Harbert, J. Goruin. N. Pietrocola. Row 2: G. Hamper. A. Bucannon. A. De-itch, D. Keller, B. Sheffelton, T. Millspau. Row 3: J. Lolli. L. Kirksey. E. Egan. J. Ansley, E. Young. J. Brown. Zeta H i-Y fwwwf Row 1: R. Farmer, E. Kropf. B. Adams, L. Dusek. G. Williamson. T. Creicknell, W. Sutherin Row 2: T. Morgan, D. Allison. D. Johnson. R. Mcllroy, R. l..or1'is. Row 3: K. Sigman, B. Fronk. B. Rush. 59 mega Hi-Y Row 1: B. Redai, B. R.1mser, J. Zumerelli, B. Rupp. J. Rglmser, D. Miller, R. Neely. Row 2: R. Freshley, H. Main. J. Congdon, R. Day, B. Moore. J. Hartzell, G. Lowman, Row 3: B. Rupp. I.. Williams, A. Rubsum, C. Gwynne. J. Thomas. Theta H i-Y Row 1: M. Martin, G. Davies. F. Dimit, J. Fullmer, R. Kron, B. Hoffman, J. Lane, D. Swartz. Row 2: Mr. Miller. E. McLaughlin, W. McCormick, J. St. George, D. Ferculow, G. Valentine E. Glass, T. Eyer, D. Sydm: 60 Fine Arts 511 Row Row Row Row Row mms Z 2 3 xx 3 f ss X SNC ,Wir F. Erving, I. Frederick, W. Domhoff, Y. Aehi, N. Allen, S. Wilcoxon, J. Frazier, C. Thrash, R. Palen. Ii.dC1'awfor'd, P. May. G. Tarman, P. Wesley, P. Prince, E. Wehner. P. Unkefer, Miss J en. 3' M. Mane, S. White, M. Reale. D. Salchow, P. Gallaer, J. Gross, M. Pisoni, S. Mitzel. D. Wyrick. K. Heestand, S. Hardman, B. Onyett, M. Cox, N. Meyer, M. Olds, N, JI. I-liimphgc-y, G. Gansel, T. Cracknell, D. Honsberger, T. Smith, B Stelfy, J. Wyric-k. . ll cLeo . Tri Arts Row Row Row Now Row J. Ray, J. Murari, M. Jost, M. Irish, L. Lehnis, S. Haines, G. Strezu, K. Branfield J. Rich. M. Trautman, M. Reale, S. Gallaer, J. Bundy, S, Adcock, L. Hillgreen, R. Ketler, J Puzder, L. Hoffman, B. Hnrtzell. UVUP-if-4 F Blumenstiel, J, Kinsey, J. Clem. K. Jones, V. Domencotti, D. Kuta-hover, J. Wells Ducheon. Gallaer, M. Braun. J. Stouffer, B. Martin, N. Derry. S. Parker, C. Kinsey. Oswalt, B. Wasslmiro, J, Riffle, G. Stewart, A. Zimmerman, B. Steele, B. Cuttcrin Conser, M. Simmons. 61 l..41ng punish Club Row Row Row Row Row C. Kellnher. J. Coley. S. Miles. M. Irish. J. Pagonis, D. Lowman, W. Domhoff. J. Rich. P. .Aw-r' ero. Mrs. Koval. J. Bischel. S. Meeks, D. Salchow, P. Wisley, K. Ports, M. Moushey, J. Waltz, C. Adams, J. Peters, L. Hillgreen. M. Traulmun. B. Reeder. P. Ellis, D. Wyrick. J. Blunxenstiol, J. Gorum, S. Robertson. B. Knrns, E. Muffly, S. Finley, B. Garrison, M. O'Brandy, J. Korleski. J. Tlleiiker. B. Qswnlt. D. Fraraccio, B. Fronk. J. Kesig, B. Lowman, D. Keller. G. PILXITIDLI, G. Williamson. T. Millspaw. J. Lolli. D. Sehuler, J. Ansley, P. Robertson. J. Dulesundro, D. Burthulis. B. Steele. J. Kunz. D. ?c'huffe1'. J. Vogel. R. Weedling. G. Din-ich. punish H onorar ,- we N miss! 'Mmm' Row 1: C. Adams. J. Peters. J. Gross, D. Lowman. Row 2: Mrs. Kovznl. J. Grier. J. Pzigonis. B. Garrison. 9 6 . French Club Q f. . X f ,Z , 5 1 MWAWQWMQW. ,mwfff Wwvflk Q' Us QQ ffl, xx 'Of' 42? R Row 1: D. Koons. J. Ray. J. Burnett. P. Gallaer. S. Dusch, S. Smith. B. Moore. Row 2: S. Hardman. C. Davis, D. Paneli, S. Gallaer, E Cowan, P. Burt. Miss Bullock. Row 3: A. Wood. J. Humphrey, B. Mcllory. L. Conser. R. Robbins, G. Webb. Monitor aptains Q Y 21.7.1 Q Row 1: N. Betz. J. Gross, J. Blumenstiel, S. White. C. Kinsey. L. Dusc-hon. C. Furguicie. Row 2: D. Cordingly. R. Cunningham, M. O'Brandy, B. Britton. T. Allison. A. Pritcluircl. Row 3: B. Zumkehr, R. Zumbar. J. Shook, Mr. Hoover. J. Hainsley. D. SC'llLll6I'. 63 Sc Row Row Row Row ience Club 'Q' 1: F. Iirving, B. Lundlam, M. Jost, S. Hardman, F. Barker, J. Kinsey, D. Knepper, E. Lutz, ll May. 2: N. Cobb, M. O'Brandy, L. Collins, B. Britton, V. Prince. R. Reighart. N. Dallas, M. 'I'rz1utman. L. Lehnis. : Mr. Reizrlmrt. D. Bvltz, B. Sudeck, P. Rooney. D. Bur-ation, B. Folk, J. Wyric-lc. 3 . 4: G. I-lznnpu. R. Cattarin, J. Fullmer. K. Sigman, Smyth, R. Orlando. Science Club mis. Row Row Row Row 1: J. Sorguris. J. Hall, Miller, G. Wadett. S. Oswalt, R. Jackson. C. Kellner. M. Smith, B. Moore. 2: Mr. Barnard, C. Kinsey, L. Elliott, M. Mc-Callum. S. Robertson, N. Mohr, J. Bandy, P. Zucvlmero. D. Pincinni. 3: F. Dimit, D. Martin. J. Harbert. J. Mrusok. J. Snively, P. Snively, J. Clem, O. Oswalt, R. Weedlins. -1: A. Burannon. R. Robbins, J. St, George, B. Fronk, J. Gorum, G. Stewart, D. Kurr, D. Sunkey, B. Fronk, T. lyrc, K. Day. 64 Commercial Club Row 1: P. Kibler. T. White, M. Pouiaillon, B. Pasco. L. Collins. S. Green, E. Barker, C. Zeides. Row 2: Mrs. Moses, M. Garrison, B. Garrison, N. Teichman, Y. Leasure, C. Frank, A. Roesser. Mrs. Huscroft Row 3: E. Rardon, J. Miller, C. Eastwood, J. McGregor. J. Beltrarni, R. Race. A. Burtnett. Row 4: B. gorton, J. Thellman, J. Ruggly, J. Weber. J. Wolpert. J. Glogoski, J. Brannam, C. rummers. Deca Row 1: B. Dolbow, T. Cochran, B. Freshley, E. Burkhart, S. Liilick, B. Faber, J. Collette D. Penrod. Row 2: D. Estork, B. Harris, L. Garman, C. Graham, M. Colander. K. Kelleher, C. Solli, Mrs Van Horn. Row 3: C. Brunori, M. Poulailion, P. Pelozzi. G. Gurney, C. Mougey. P. Koons, J. Derby. 65 Junior Red Cross Row 1: D. Ellsworth, B. Towey, B. Melancy, K. King,' S. Shultz, L. Duchon. S. White. S. Oswalt, J. Rich. Row 2: J. Frazier, L. Mason, D. Lowman, L. Rearn, S. Haines. J. Sirifflcr, C. Fruguielc, Miss Nlolt. Row 3: N. McGirr, B. Borton, E. Rardon. J. Stoffer, K. Jones, WI. Domencc-tti, J. Wells, N. Derry, Arlene Barrett. Row 4: M. Roberts, E. Muffley, J. Zamerell1,. J. Woods, R. Zumbur. L. Covcr, B. Roda, R. ?Iigle. Library Staff Row 1: M. Trombitas, E. Stryffler, J. Shutler, J. Beck, B. Best, G. Knipp, B. Melaney. Row 2: J. Blumenstiei, C. Summers, P. Rudakovich, J. Simmons, D. Drummer, J. Jackson R. Fligle, Miss Schneider. Row 3: D. Brown, M. Jones, C. Fraraccio, D. Trump, M, Smith. V. Boyce, S. Kendrich, E Johnson, E. Miller. 66 irlgs Athletic Club Q Q . 5 l x z -.fx 127' A s Row 1: H. Webb. V. Boyce. P. Gambs. E. Simmons. Garrison. J. Shuttler. Row 2: Miss Pettis, Conrad. W. Stuckey. V. Stuc-key. V. Ullman. Row 3: N. Mohr. A. Folk. E. Douglas. E. Bryant. D. Brown. Tandl 1 ,-.lnx 33' 4 Row 1: B. Dickson, R.'Farmer. H. Sebrell, P. Polen. K. Herman. P. McGuire. H. Caruso. J. Williamson. Row 2: R. Pulzl. B. Mehl. J. Anthony, B. Menegay. D. Funk, G. Packe, R. Morris. Row 3: B. Smith, D. Johnson, R. Melburn. B. Dobson. L. Cover. C. Kilbreath. N. Harbaugh. 67 C Booster - . ,,,,,,,-x .,,. Q I 1 1 N 1 , u b.J B 00Siff" . M , 70 Future Teachers of America I mfg MDI? Row Row Row Row Row 229 J. Campbell. F. Irvin. S. Robertson, J. Cross. J. Bichsel, B. Garrison, N. Caserta, M Smith, B. Barnes. R. Ellsworth, J. Burnett. D. Peters, C. Branfield, S. Meeks, J. Ray. A. Roesser, P. Mc Comb, Mrs. Hoffman. M. Foltz, C. Foltz, B. Duncan. L. Dailey, D. E. Goegan, M, Mane, J. Brigel, C. Mead. B. S. Hoebeke F11 E 3 5. rf FU o UI E SD F ?U K: O 'EE QQ 2 ,. if 5 :Q P' D. Salchow. Dance Band xvs ws X NNN Haskins. M. McCallum, S. White, N. Mohr. Muller, C. Adams, S. Haines, J. Johnston J. Vogel, G. Gunscl, M. Jost, N. Craven 'TW P 4 V Row 1: S. Smith. J. Leister. J. Greenamyer, S. McKnight. Row 2: D. Cordingly, Mr. Daly, B. Swartz, C. Hunt, J. Congdon, T. Cracknell, D. Salchow, J. Dalesandro. U '71 M weed Chorus Row Row Row Row Row P. Meyer, R. Phillips, D. Drummer. G. Tarman, S. Mitchell, S. Wilcoxon, S. Moulton, J. Hay. C. Thrash. llglisi Sac-kett. J. Kinsey, P. Zucchcro, Y. Aobi, C. Adams, G. Tarmun, S. Lillick, K. .or s. B, Ebr,-rly. D. Salchow, S. Meeks. J. Blumcnsticl, D. Borzea, S. Haines, I. Simmons. S. Hardman. R. Robbins, T. Eyre. P. Rooney. J. Brown. J. Korleski, F. Popovivh, J. Thcakcr. Gansel, T. Cochran. T. Smith. D. Honsbergor, J. Kunz, J. Gorum, N. Allen, L. awson ROW Row Row Row J. Frazier, F Erving, K. King, P. Wesley. M. Henderson, M. Pisoni, M. Mane, S. Korosy, S. Robertson. R. Kron. L. Mason. L. Lehnis, M, Reale, W. Domhoff. R. Neely. D. Lowman. E. Lilz nz I. L.1J?illlg'rcen. C. Kinsey, S. Gallaer. P. Gallaer, B. Garrison, T. MvLeod, N. Cobb. L. Dusvk. K. HCL-Stand. - V S. Finlev. J. Humphrey. J. Frushlcy. B. Sudeck. D. Szlllkvy, J. Pagonls. J. Dalcsandro, J. Marple, P. Allison, N. Meyer. H7 1... Orchestra Band 73 Operetta and Speech Activities 1 ln. How 1: D. lwonsbcrgor, D. Salchow, M. Realo. J. Kunz, P. Wesley, S. Mitzel, S. Wilcoxon, J. Humphrey. Row 2: Soldiers Surround Pat. T. Smith. P. Gallaer. V. Tate, P. Gallaer. Row 3: Milllner's Chorus at the Hat Shop. N. Allen, K. Ports. P. Rooney. Ci ga NW.. XJ A www.. ,v N, WM Red and Blue 'ff ,y f. .M Q. 2 2 W7 Ma. Row 1: B. Taylor, S. White, M. Menster, S. Wilcoxon. J. Frazier, P. McComb. Row 2: W. Domhoff, E. Freshley, C. Papley, J. Burnett, S. Zelasko, F. Barker, Miss Dilley. Row 3: N. Meyer, Mr. Crist, B. Krahling, T. Smith. B. Clough. S. Dusch. 'Horsing' Around 1 L..-I f Fall Varieties lx NX if: S ., , S, 2315 'S 'vm I La' 113 Wx NW N ,f- ,L ,e X Y i 5 i E 4 I . S iii .V .ii 3- lih., f 1 '.1,' 1 - f 5 fi 1 .5 S Q ii L 1. Chinese Chorus-Marini. Colley, Ports, Speidel, Monster. Smith, Freytaq, Haggc, Dusch. 2. Pisoni :ind Gzinsol. 3. Frazier and Gallaer. 4. Co-produvers Bucky and Marge Wyand. 5 Teenates-Domhoff. Lillick, Reale, Salchow. 6. Pat Prince 7. Nancy Craxen. 8. Inez Fredricks 9. Eldon Irwin. 10. Hmvuiian Chorus-Duchon, Murari, Mr-Cleary. Moore Strezu. Puzdar. Zelasko McComb. Freeman. Benedetto, Bodo. T6 i 5 1. Paris Chorus-Duncan, Noble, Meyer, Lehigh, Paneli, Reed. Brown. VVilcoxon. Stoffer Beltrami. 2. The Foltz twins. 3. Jim Theaker. 4. MC's-Grier, Morris, Meeker. Steffy. 5 Yvonne Aebi. 6. Sandra Brown. 7. 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'V bib?-i6f5?'i fq'?:'jl,,? fi . ,., F 80 E I 2 a 5 2 Football 'l ZZZHMZSYG 39213533 -ll - Seated: Mel Knowlton, Ron Peeling. Standing: Dave Mainwaring, Gaylord Lillick, Julius Tonges. Behind the athletes, who draw the attention of screaming fans with their action on the gridiron, are the coaches who map out plays, figure new strategy, and suffer through every ball game on the sidelines. This year the Aviators were fortunate to have a very capable staff of coaches with Athletic Director, Mr. M. C. Knowlton also doubling as the head grid mentor. Knowlton, a graduate of Miami iOhiol University, served as a coach in the Massillon system, head coach at Steubenville, and three years as a lieutenant in the Navy before coming here. Since his arrival in 1945, Coach Knowlton's gridders have won 45 games while losing 27 and tying one. Knowlton also coached basketball from 1948 to 1950. Respected by fans, officials and coaches, Knowlton has the enviable reputation of turning out the scrappiest yet cleanest playing teams in the state. Handling the backfield coaching chores is Dave Mainwaring, also head basketball coach. A former Alliance High School athlete, Mainwaring is a graduate of Mount Union College. He is no newcomer to the grid sport, having led the Broadway Junior High gridders to several city championships. Julius Tonges, better known as "Juice," is the man who worked with the linemen. Tonges was All-Ohio while playing with Massillon High and repeated on the All-Ohio college team when at Baldwin-Wallace. Since coming here in 1947, Tonges has also handled the golf team, and just this year, the track squad. In charge of the reserve team is Ron Peeling, a graduate of Mount Union College, Peeling coached at several high schools and served for four years in the Coast Guard before coming here in 1946. He has coached the fresh- man gridders and is now acting as the reserve basketball and varsity baseball coach. Serving as the assistant reserve coach, Gaylord Lillick is combining coaching along with attending Kent State University, where he is working for a degree in physical education. A former Aviator grid star, Lillick graduated in 1950. This year marked his first attempt at coaching. Long after other athletes are forgotten and their feats only a fading memory, the name of Leonard Dawson will be remembered as, perhaps, the greatest all-around athlete in Alliance High School history. When Dawson entered the high school as a sophomore in 1950, he had already picked up a reputation as a good athlete by his performance on the Broadway Junior High athletic teams. But, he was forced to ride the bench because the Aviators had another terrific quarterback by the name of John Borton. He started the basketball season on the reserve squad but soon worked his way up until, at the end of the campaign, he was a regular starter. As a junior, Dawson drew rave notices with his pin-point passing on the gridiron, his marvelous team play on the court, and his fielding and hitting on the baseball diamond. For his football exploits, he was named to several All-County and All-Ohio teams. It was in his senior year, though, that Dawson really displayed his athletic ability. Acting as the offensive captain, Dawson threw 19 touch- down passes and master-minded everything from the quarterback position. For this he was selected on all the All-Ohio first teams and was picked by the United Press, and the International News Service as "the player of the year." In addition, he was voted as i'Stark County's Most Valuable Player" by Stark County coaches. Basketball season brought new honors to the six-foot athlete. He first set a new school regular season scoring record by tallying 344 points. Then he was selected on the Associated Press All-Ohio first team, the first Aviator to be so honored, as well as other All-Ohio teams. Not content with athletic perfection, Dawson has served as the president of his' junior and senior classes besides being a member of Student Council. 82 Varsity ezgwxf Aff' X" Row Row ww 0 1: O, Giovanatto. L, Dawson, D. Furculow, D. Edinger, T. Davis, B, Burger, B. Pucci. 2: B. Beckett. E. Jones, D. Tasker. Al Stanish, B. Offenbecker, B. Baddeley, D. Boring, R. Alton, J. Hawkins. Row 3: T. Barnett, F. Kracher, H. Young, B. Jones, R. Feller, J. Galehouse, R. Olds, A. Howard. Row 4 : Manager F. Dimit, Coach Peeling, Coach Mainwaring, Manager B. Jack. R. Menichell, N. Deak, J. Stranges. V. Zavarelli, Manager B. Rush. Coach Tonges, 1952 was a highly successful season for the Aviator gridders. It saw the men of Coach Mel Knowlton win seven and lose four against some of the toughest competition in the state and finish 11th in the final A. P. statewide ratings. It was also the year of great individual performances re- sulting in the selection of Leonard Dawson, Ray Alton, Roger Olds, and Homer Young to All-Ohio teams. Opening the season September 12 in Hartshorn Stadium, the Aviators displayed a powerful air and ground offensive in defeating the Akron Central Wildcats 32-6. Five plays after the opening kickoff, Burwell Baddeley skirted end for 12 yards to give the Aviators a lead they never relinquished. A Leonard Dawson to Ray Alton aerial, and a two- yard quarterback sneak by Dawson accounted for two more touchdowns and a 19-0 halftime lead. A Dawson to Bill Burger pass was good for a score, after which the Wildcats managed to drive for a score to avert a shutout. Tom Davis provided the sparkling play of the game when he scooted 84 yards down the sidelines for the Aviators' last touchdown. The following week, the Aviators chalked up victory number two, as they outclassed Toledo Waite 28-0. Late in the first quarter, an 87-yard Aviator drive was climaxed when Homer Young barged 31 yards through the line for a tally. Dawson hit Tom Davis in the second period to give Alliance a 14-0 halftime lead. Davis ran 33 yards, and Baddeley for five to score the last touchdown. It was a great team victory with the line play especially hard and savage. 83 On September 26, the Aviators traveled to Mansfield where they were finally edged out by a fighting Tyger eleven 27-26. Dawson threw two scoring passes in the first half, one to Roger Olds, who drew his first starting assignment, and the other to Ray Alton. But Mansfield's one-man gang Eddie Mack scored 14 points to give the Tygers the halftime edge. The Aviators grabbed a 26-14 third quarter lead when Dawson threw a scoring heave to Homer Young and Young drove across once. But Eddie Mack came roaring back for two quick tallies and Mansfield led 27-26. With seconds to go Dawson connected with Roger Olds on the Tyger two-yard line but a penalty was called against the Aviators and time ran out before another play could be run. Spotting the Black Tigers from Cuyahoga Falls an early 7-0 lead, the Aviators wound up on the top side of a 21-7 score. Davis and Young caught touch- down passes from Dawson and Young swept 18 yards for the other. Alliance completely dominated play outgaining Cuyahoga Falls 266-114 yards. October 10 was the traditional game with Massillon and the Aviators fought hard before dropping a 27-21 decision. The Aviators drew first blood when Leonard Dawson hit Roger Olds in the end zone, but the Tigers came growling back to put two scores across and assume a 14-7 halftime lead. Massillon opened the second half in crowd-pleasing fashion when John Francisco took the kickoff and went 104 yards to score. Once again the Dawson- Olds combination clicked, cutting lVlassillon's lead to 20-14. Looking like a Frank Merriwell movie, Massillon took the kickoff and this time went 75 A X 'vi' ., . f'f '.,,, K 2,1 ff ' -5 7 4 ' 7,0 456 Dawson skirts end against Canton Lincoln passes from Dawson to Olds and Orlando Giova- natto. The Bulldogs scored on a lengthy drive to pull within seven points, but the Aviators were in possession of the ball at the end of the game. Leonard Dawson's passing and ball-handling were exceptional as he twice completely outfaked the entire Bulldog eleven, going back to pass. Canton Lincoln entered the confines of Harts- horn Stadium only to come out on the short end of a 21-7 score. From the beginning it was the Aviators all the way. Dawson twice hit Roger Olds with scoring passes and Young drove across to account for the Aviators' points. The Lions didn't crash into the end zone until the fourth quarter and then it was too late. November 7 was the last home game of the season and also Dads' Night, and the Aviators didn't let the dads down as they subdued a scrappy Steubenville Central team 21-7. The Dawson-Olds combination came through with a tally three plays after the opening kickoff to give the Aviators the lead. Tom Davis slashed across for the second score and the Aviators led at halftime 14-0. At the beginning of the final period Alliance stopped the Young stiffarms would-be Toledo VVaite tackler yards to score. Not demoralized by the tough luck, Dawson sneaked across from the one to end a 57- yard drive and the Tigers lead was cut to 27-21. The Aviators did not have enough time to score any more, but 11,000 fans left Hartshorn Stadium mut- tering about what almost was. The next week the Aviators went down along the Ohio River to meet the East Liverpool Potters, who handed Alliance its worst defeat of the season 34-14. It wasn't until the fourth quarter and after the Potters had rolled up a 28-0 lead that the Aviators were able to penetrate into paydirt. Dawson passes to Young and Bill Burger accounted for the two Aviator touchdowns. The pass to Young covered 69 yards and was the only bright spot in the Aviator performance all night. The following week, the Aviators did a com- plete about-face and defeated Canton McKinley 20-13, to gain their first victory over the Bulldogs in John Fawcett Stadium in history. Recovering an Aviator fumble early in the first period, McKin- ley drove 66 yards fer the initial score and it wasn't until a minute before the half that the Aviators were able to counter. Dawson's pass to Young tied the count at 7-7. Neither team was able to cross the goal in the third quarter, but the Aviators put two quick ones over early in the final frame on Upsidaisy!! Homer Young is up and over a Massillon tackler Crusaders on the Aviator one-yard line, and launch- ed a 99-yard drive climaxed when Young bulled over from the Central one. Coach Mel Knowlton then cleaned the bench and the Crusaders scored their only tally. Meeting the Barberton Magics at Barberton, the Aviators finally won 33-27 in perhaps, the most exciting game of the year. Burly Homer Young turned in one of the finest performances in Aviator gridiron history by scoring four times and picking up a total of 206 yards. Barberton jumped to a quick lead as the result of a 71-yard march but the Aviators came roaring back and Young went over from the eight. Living up to their nickname, the the Magics reached into their bag of tricks and again went across to assume a 14-7 lead at the half. Young smashed across for two touchdowns in the first four minutes of the second half as the Aviators went ahead for the first time 20-14. After Barberton had bounced back to knot the score 20- 20, Mr. Young again tallied to give the Aviators a 27-20 lead. With less than three minutes to go, a long desperation pass play covered 75 yards and was good for seven points and Barberton again deadlocked the score. Fans were leaving but the Aviators were not through. In a minute and 26 seconds they covered 73 yards and scored the win- ning tally on Dawson's pass to Olds. Row 1: R, Rosenberger, R. Dixon, L. Campbell, C. Kirksey, E. Wright, R. Jones. L. Peloso. Row 2: Manager V. Zavarelli, J. Polinori. R. Wetzel. R. Eberly, E. Freconia, R. Adams, B. Raniser. C. Deitz. G. Ritchey. Manager A. Waugh. Row 3: Manager S. Staten, J. Plummer. J. Congdon, J. Morris, Bob Baughman, E. Egan, J. Ramser, Ed Class. M. Milovich, T. Davies. The season ended on a dismal note when the Warren Black Panthers threw a wrench into the Aviators offensive on a muddy field to win 14-7. Thomas Barnett scored his only touchdown of the year and the Aviators only one of the game when he slipped into paydirt late in the first quarter. In the second period the Black Panthers scored on a short thrust and added the insurance tally in the final period on another short thrust. The miry muck prevented the Aviators' powerful air attack from operating in high gear, which no doubt influ- enced the outcome of the game. Thirteen seniors received letters for their out- standing play. These were Ray Alton, Bill Beckett, Bill Burger, Tom Davis, Leonard Dawson, Nick Deack. Jim Galehouse, Ron Feller, Roger Olds, Al Stanish. John Stranges, Homer Young, and Vince Zavarelli. VARSITY Us Them 32 Akron Central . 28 Toledo VVaite ..... 6 0 27 Cuyahoga Falls 7 21 Massillon A... 27 34 13 26 Mansfield . ,......., , 21 14 East Liverpool ,..,.. C... 20 Canton McKinley ,... .. 21 Canton Lincoln ....,.... . 7 21 Steubenville Central ..,,.. 7 33 Barberton I ,..... ,.... , , 27 7 Warren .. ..,. ..r. 14 RESERVES Us Them 34 Atwater Varsity ,,,, , c, 7 34 Salem .. ,..., .I 6 39 Salem ..,.. .. ......, 7 7 Sebring Varsity 12' 20 Niles ..............,.,... .... 1 2 13 Warren ,....... I . 0 12 Warren ..... .... 0 For the first time in Aviator gridiron history, the Aviators fielded a Junior Varsity squad. The J. V.'s played a seven-game schedule and emerged victorious in six. Organized to give sophomores a chance to get playing experience instead of riding the varsity bench, the Junior Varsity was coached by assistant varsity coach Ron Peeling. The J. V.'s had little trouble in winning their first three games as they rolled over the Atwater Varsity 34-7, and the Salem Reserves twice, 34-6 and 39-7. Traveling to Sebring, the J. V.'s suffered their only defeat of the season at the hands of a heavier Sebring Trojans Varsity outfit 12-7. Lead- ing 7-0 going into the final quarter, the J. V.s' were unable to stem the Trojans ground attack and Sebring tallied twice late in the period to gain the decision. Not discouraged by the defeat, the Junior Varsity downed a strong Niles Reserve team 20-12, and twice shut out the 'Warren Reserves by scores of 13-0 and 12-0 to finish up the season. Coach Ron Peeling's squad relied mainly upon the ground for their offensive punch with Rujay Jones, Joel Plummer, and John Polinori supplying the necessary ball-toting. Jones, a freshman at B. F. Stanton Junior High, crossed the enemy goal 12 times to account for 72 points and picked up a total of 815 yards on the ground. Plummer picked up 344 yards and Polinori 213 yards although each managed to tally three touchdowns. Besides the brilliant ground game, the J. V.'s presented a strong aerial attack late in the season when Bill Offen- becker moved down from the varsity to gain play- ing experience. Offenbecker is being groomed to fill thc quarterback slot for the Aviators next year. In addition to the backfield men, several line- men showed pretty well for themselves. Among these were Jim Hairston and Bob Baughman, who played both the tackle and guard spots, and Carl Dietz, who held down the important center posi- tion. All three boys are big and should be a great boost in bolstering the varsity Aviator line next year. It is hoped that the addition of a junior varsity squad will be a great help in developing material for future varsity action and if the 1952 reserve team is any indication of the things to come, the junior varsity system will be a great success. Varsit and Reserve Basketball Row Row Row Row 1 2 3 4 i2?Si 49 1 Manager B. Rupp, J. Hawkins. G. Ritchey. D. Boring. J. Polinor. Manager F. Dimit. : J. Thomas. B. Offenbecker. J. Fullmcr. B. Summers. C. Parton, J. Tucker, F. Kraqher, : Coach Mainwaring. L. Dawson, B. Meeker. R. Alton, B. Stewart, C. Jack. Coach Peeling. : O. Giovanatto. B. Eoff. J, Baier. R. Olds. A. Syme. Finishing with a regular season record of 15 wins and only two losses, the Aviators compiled the best record since the 1931-32 squad won 15 straight. Furthermore, the Aviators ranked sixth, in the final A. P. state poll, the first time an Alli- ance team has been so honored in basketball. Vlfhen Coach Dave Mainwaring opened the season with only two lettermen. Leonard Dawson and Ray Alton, on the squad, many people pre- dicted a lean season. In the opening game on Friday. December 12, the Aviators measured the Louisville Leopards 74-41. This game also marked the dedication of the new Ralph S. Coppock Gymnasium. East Liverpools Potters came to town, but were edged out by a scrappy Aviator quintet, 45-43. By defeating the Potters, the Aviators avenged a 70-49 drubbing in the 1951-52 season and also served notice that they would be a team to reckon with. But traveling to meet the Canton Timken Trojans, the Aviators were soundly defeated 61-36 in a game where they could do nothing right and Canton Timken could do nothing wrong. The Aviators were charged with 36 personal fouls also. The Aviators bounced back into the win column by tripping an excellent Mansfield five on the Mansfield court, 73-68. Leonard Dawson and Ray Alton both scored more than 20 points, getting 24 and 20 respectively. The Alumni and Barberton were next in line as the Aviators returned to their home court. Al- though paced by a host of ex-Aviator stars, the Alumni didn't have enough to halt the Aviators as they bowed 62-44. Barberton failed to live up to theiranickname when they couldn't find the right "magic" a s they went down to defeat 52-45. Next on the menu, were the Canton South Wildcats as the Aviators won 79-65, followed by ggurggstown South, 72-61, and Youngstown Chaney -LJ . Arch-rival Canton McKinley attempted to halt the Aviator powerhouse when they came here Fri- day, January 16. But when the smoke had cleared away, the Bulldogs had been added to the list of victims by the score of 61-52. The Lions of Canton Lincoln followed the Bulldogs in defeat as they dropped a 60-50 game to the Aviators. Friday, January 30, the Aviators, winners in 11 of 12 games, traveled to Massillon to play the Tigers, winners-of 12 of 13 games. The game was all that the records indicated it would be. The Aviators trailed 29-23 at halftime but rallied to tie the score at 39-39 at the end of the third quarter. However, in the final period. the Tigers grabbed a few quick baskets and went on to hand the Aviators a 58-51 setback. Angered by the Massillon defeat, the Aviators rolled up the score as they trounced Warren, 74-47, and Wellsville, 75-53. Leonard Dawson showed the way against Wellsville by scoring 32 points. Canton McKinley played host to the Aviators and. in a closely fought game, the Aviators once again defeated the Bulldogs, this time by the nar- row margin of 62-59. Rolling in high gear, the Aviators completely outclassed the Youngstown Rayen quintet, as they won with ease, 51-28. The Massillon Tigers came here Saturday, February 21, sporting a record of 16 wins and one loss. .Meanwhile the Aviators had won 14 while dropping two. Massillon grabbed a quick 12-10 first quarter lead which dwindled to 32-30 at half- time. In the second half, it was Alliance all the way, as they rushed ahead to go in front 52-40 at the end of the third period and then coasted home. Leonard Dawson scored 28 points and Jerry Baier 20 points to pace the offensive. By virtue of their 15 won and two loss season, the Aviators were seeded second in the North- eastern Ohio District Tournament held at Canton. Playing Louisville in their opening game, the Aviators had little trouble as they romped over the Leopards, 69-47. Jerry Baier ripped 24 points through the net in leading the high-powered attack. Canton Central Catholic's Crusaders were no VVe won!' Dressing room scene after the 63-53 victory over Massillon. Following in the scoring parade was 5' 6" Jerry Baier who tallied 209 points during the regu- lar season and 75 in tournament play for a total of 284 points. Ray Alton's 175 and 28 points for a total of 203, Charles Jack's 111 and 22 points for a total of 133, Dewey Syme's 91 and 19 points for 110 and Bill Eoff's 76 and 18 points for 94 were the other high scoring outputs. Tuesday, March 17. the Aviators were honored by the Adult Booster Club with a banquet at the Raven Restaurant. Varsity Coach Dave Main- waring, Reserve Coach Ron Peeling, and Athletic Director Mel C. Knowlton were the main speakers. Special guests of honor were Mr. Ralph Coppock, for whom the new gym was named, and Mr. Harry Vogeli, whose scoring mark was shattered by Dawson. In addition to the free meal, letters were awarded. Ray Alton, Jerry Baier, Leonard Dawson, Bill Eoff, Charles Jack, Bill Meeker, Roger Olds, and Dewey Syme received varsity letters, while Orlando Giovanatto and Bob Stewart received reserve-varsity letters. Of the 10 members of the varsity squad only three are juniors, Dewey Syme, Orlando Giovanatto, and Bob Stewart. The other seven are seniors. Thus it means a great job of rebuilding in developing next year's varsity. Those who were awarded reserve letters were Dick Boring, Jerry Fullmer, Jerry Hawkins, Frank Kracher, Bill Offenbecker, Charles Partin, Gary Ritchey, Bruce Summers, Jim Thomas, and Joe Tucker. All sophomores, this group will be the ones counted upon to come through for the varsity next year. The reserves finished the season with a record of eight wins and five losses. Although not too impressive at a glance, it is impressive when you realize the fact that several of the reserves' opponents used the second team varsity as the reserve team. A section of the crowd at the VVellsville game. match for the Aviators and the Aviators were vic- torious, 8O-69. Little Jerry Baier provided the high spot of the entire tournament as he tallied 38 points, one point short of an all-time Canton Tour- nament record. But once again, Canton Timken played the role of the villain, winning 43-40 to eliminate the Aviators from tournament play. Alliance trailed the whole first half, but went in front 35-34 at the end of the third period. However, Timken regained the lead and then slowed the ball down to win. Playing Massillon in the consolation game, the Aviators were unable to start clicking, as the Tigers took an early lead and maintained it to finally win 56-42. Captain Leonard Dawson scored 344 points during the regular season to set a new all-time school regular season scoring record. The previous high was set way back in the 1917-19 season when Harry Vogeli garnered 298 points. Including his 62 points scored in tournament action, Dawson scored a total of 406 points. Dawson also gained the dis- tinction of being the first Aviator basketball player to make an All-Ohio first team. He was selected on the Associated Press, International News Serv- ice, First and Ten first teams, and the United Press second team. Jerry Baier drives in, as Ray Alton looks on against Canton Timken. VARSITY Us Them 74 Louisville ,, ,, , . . , 7,,. 41 45 East Liverpool ...A .. ...... 43 36 Canton Timken ,i.,. oo,o.. 6 1 73 Mansfield ,.,....... ov.. . . 68 62 Alumni Y ooio..i oM.,.. 4 4 52 Barberton ooY,......,.o,w .i.Y,. 4 5 79 Canton South tu,.totttt.ttt t..,tt 6 5 72 Youngstown South ......iu...,,. 61 69 Youngstown Chaney tuuu,,.. 56 61 Canton McKinley ,ttt... ....,. 5 2 60 Canton Lincoln ,..,.... 50 RE SERVE S Us Them 24 Louisville ...t..,, Vi.. .....1, 3 2 54 East Liverpool ..,,i. ....... 4 0 42 Mansfield L... . ..,ee .. 52 44 Barberton ....11.. ......1 3 7 41 Canton South ...,11...., ,.1.... 4 5 41 Youngstown South ........11., 34 61 Youngstown Chaney . .,u,w.. 44 35 Canton McKinley ,.,,.. ..1.... 4 3 .4 M 'll .... .... 40 51 Massillon ,,,,eeeeoeeee a.,.,. 5 8 4 asm on 74 Warren ,u.Yiu.,u,uu., ,,,,u, 4 7 58 Waffen --e---- ----' - - 56 75 W911SVi11e aaees- -Aa,--,---4 ------ 5 3 40 Wellsville ,,,e..,,,,et.. ...,, ee,ie.. 3 3 62 Canton McKinley ee., et.,,.tee., 5 9 A G R 46 51 Youngstown Rayen 11,,1,1,1. , 28 D4 Younbstown ayen " """' " 63 Massillon .,oeo . ...w..1w.,,ue e.,.,, 5 3 47 Massillon ....Y.,1,1.,..., ....... 5 6 TOURNADIENT Us Them 69 Louisville , 1 u,,u L ,, ,, 47 80 Canton Central t..v,.1 ,,,.. 6 3 40 Canton Timken ......u .ii.. 4 3 42 Massillon .u.,,tt,.,,it,, .,.,, 5 6 Coach Dave Mainwaring talks to Leoimrd Dawson. Coach Dave Mainwaring since taking over as Head Basketball Coach in 1951 has compiled a record of 30 wins against only 12 defeats. Dave has a habit of winning, while at Broadway Junior High, his squads won several championships in basketball, as well as in football. In the past. two campaigns Dave has taken his teams to the semi-finals of the dis- trict tournament only to come up with a bad evening and be "knocked out." Mainwaring's teams have favored the fast-break style of play with plenty of shooting and scoring. A zone defense has been used primarily to suit the personnel as well as giving the fast- break a quicker start. After looking at Dave's athletic career in high school we can see where he developed some of his coaching practices. He played football, basketball, baseball, and wrestling, earning letters in all of them. Dave grad- uated from Alliance High and went to work as a pattern maker. He came back to A. H. S. to teach woodworking. While teach- ing he attended Mount Union College and received his degree in 1951. We would like to say congratulations to Coach Mainwaring for a fine season and wish him many more just as successful. A , , Spring Sports Experiencing a "hot" and "cold" season, the Aviator baseball nine finally wound up the 1952 season with a record of five wins and three losses. Using a squad of mostly juniors, there was only one senior, Coach Ron Peeling did a re- markable job of fielding a strong team. In the season's opener, the Canton McKinley Bulldogs edged the Aviators 5-4. Paul Conway went the route and only gave up five hits, but spotty field- ing support lost the game. Traveling to Massillon, the Aviators won their first game of the season by tripping the Tigers 7-5. Gene Rininger only pitched the first three innings be- fore being relieved but was credited with the victory. Warren's Black Panthers were too powerful as they defeated the Aviators 4-2 in an Ohio Scholastic Conference spring Tournament game. Gene Rininger went all the way and pitched good ball except in the second inning when two straight Warren batters hit homeruns to provide the difference. The loss knock- ed the Aviators out of the tournament. Burwell Baddeley pitched Alliance back into the win column May 5 with fine twrling in the Aviators' 9-3 win over Canton South. Paul Conway was the winning pitcher as the Aviators downed a stubborn Minerva nine 6-4, the follow- ing day. Roger Olds hit a homerun to spark a five-run rally in the fourth inning. Canton Timken fell before the Aviators 5-4 as Gene Rininger racked up his second victory. Timken scored all its runs in the sixth when Rininger's control momentarily failed, but they were unable to close the gap. Gaining revenge for the earlier loss, Canton McKinley squeezed by the Aviators 7-6 in a return game. Baddeley pitched the whole game, scattering the seven hits he gave up, as poor fielding once again proved the downfall. The final game of the season was also the best as Gene Rininger achieved the goal of all pitchers by throwing a no-hitter against the Canton Lincoln Lions, and the Aviators had little trouble winning 6-0. Rininger was in command all the way issuing only a walk. The closest the Lions came to getting a hit was in the final inning when their second baseman drove a liner down the third base line that Dick Good was unable to hold. However, the scorers decided that it was an error, and Rininger's no-hitter stood. Rininger finished the season as the best pitcher with three wins and one loss. He pitched 28 innings and struck out 29 while walking seven. Tom Davis had eight hits in 18 trips for a .444 batting average to lead the batters. Len Dawson was next in line with 10 hits in 25 trips for a .400 average. Dawson had the best fieldin gaverage by committing only one error in 37 chances for a .973 average. 89 Girls' Sports This year is the 25th anniversary of the organization and institution of G. A. C., the club for girls interested in sports. In the spring of 1928, Miss Imogene Atcheson, an English teacher in the high school, established the club with about 70 girls in membership. Since the birth of the club, hiking, bicycling, archery, bowling, badminton, canoeing, basketball, volleyball, and soccer are just a few of the thrilling activities maintained by the present director, Miss Lucile Pettis. The education received in such a club has given many girls an interest in continuing further education in athletics. Several members of the club are now in college acquiring knowledge in this field and preparing to be directors and coaches of Physical Education for girls. P Every organization has a goal for which the members strive, so it is with G. A. C. A point system consisting of 1,150 points in athletic activities entitles a girl to receive in the second semester of the junior or senior year a G. A. C. UA." Before granting the letter, Committee of Awards. Points but soccer, volleyball, basketball, common point winners. These After school at Hazel Park, spirit, service, and grade are considered by the can be earned in almost any physical sport, badminton, bowling, and softball are the most sports are taught and played after school. the teams of G. A. C.'ers play volleyball, soccer, and badminton until cold weather sets in. From that time on recreation is carried on after school at the Methodist Gymnasium. During this year Miss Pettis was successful in obtaining two inter-scholastic volleyball meets with Minerva High School, both of which the Alliance Pilots won. The officers for the club this year are "Pat" Gambs, president, Imogene Simmons, vice-president, Beverly Garrison, secretary, 'and Vera Boyce, treasurer. 9U Senior Activities Adams, Carolyn Patricia-College Preparatory. "She backs up her promises with accomplishments." Booster 43 F. T. A. 4: National Honor Society 43 Spanish 43 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1. 23 Scholarship Tcams 33 Operetta 4. Aebi, Yvonne-College Preparatory. "She tickles the ivoriesf' Fine Arts 3. 4. Secretary 43 National Honor Society 43 Invitation and Name Card Com- mittee 43 Fall Varieties 3, 43 A-Double Trio 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Accompanist: Double Trio, Boys' Quartet 3. 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4. Operetta 3, 43 Sophomore Double Trio. Allen, Neil D.-College Preparatory. "Music Maestro. Please." Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, President 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Monitor 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 4.3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Brass Sextette3 Oper- etta 3, 4. Allison, Thomas Lee-College Preparatory. "There is always a dash of color around his neck." Booster 43 F. T. A. 43 Kappa Tau Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice-president 33 Junior Red Cross Council 43 Invi- tation and Name Card Committee 43 Monitor 13 Captain 43 Scholarship Team 23 Senior Scholar- ship 4. Alton, Donald Raymond-Industrial Arts. "He's tall, blond, and slightly terrific." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Staff 13 Varsity A 3, 43 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 33 Monitor 1. Anthony, James Leroy-Industrial Arts. "One of those strong silent types." Booster 33 Monitor. Bales, Nona Larie-Commercial. "A newcomer to Alliance, yet a friend to all." Allegan High School, Michigan3 Prom Committee 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Girls' Chorus 43 Junior Play 33 Library Staff 1, 2, 3. Barber, Phyllis Jean-College Preparatory. "She always has a smile for everyone." Booster 2, 33 Caducean 43 Y-Teens 33 Monitor 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Barker, Wilma Faye-College Preparatory. "Intel- ligence and charm are hers by nature." Booster 2. 3, 43 Debate 3, Varsity 43 F. T. A. 13 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Club 1, 2, 33 National Forensic League 3, Secretary 43 National Honor Society 43 Red and Blue Staff 43 Student Council 43 Science Club 3, President 43 Prom Committee 33 Scholar- ship Team 1, 3. Barthalis, Richard Paul-College Preparatory. "There are but few on a 'par' with Bart." Booster 2, 3, 43 Spanish 3, 43 Basketball, Manager 3g Golf 2, 3, 43 Monitor 2, 3, 4. Battershell, Janice Dawn-College Preparatory. "She gives her undivided attention to everyone." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 43 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 33 Science Club 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Beckett, William Leroy-Industrial Arts. "I've got me a steady date." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Varisty A 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 13 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Prom Decoration Committee. Beltz, Dale Leland-College Preparatory. "As good as they come."S Meridian 1, 2, 33 Science Club 43 Scholarship Team 2, 3. Bertolini, David D.-Industrial Arts. "There's fun in life and life is fun." Booster 2. Best, Robert Clinton-Industrial Arts. "It's fool- ish, but it's fun." Booster 23 Monitor Captain 1. Betz, Nancy Ellen-Commercial. "Common sense is not so rare." Booster 2, 3, 43 Monitor 3. Beverly, Emma Gene-General. "A merry heart with a contagious laugh." Junior-Senior Y-Teens3 Fall Varieties 33 Monitor 13 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4. Bichsel, Jo Anne-College Preparatory. " 'Nice' describes Jo Anne to a 'T." Booster 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 2, 4, President 33 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens3 Spanish 3, 43 Student Activities Council 43 Senior Banquet 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 4. Bickle, Johnnie Edward-Vocational Trades and Industries. "A little bit independent." Binkley, Margaret-Home Economics. "Her motto. 'Be nice.' " Booster 13 Home Economics 13 Junior Red Cross Council 13 Girls' Chorus 1. Blackshear, Cecil Maurice-Industrial Arts. "He's an old smoothie." Borzea, Delores Marie-General. "She'l1 steal your heart away." Booster 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 33 Operetta 4. Brannam, Joanne-Commercial. "A flashy smile." Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens3 Junior-Senior Y-Teens3 Library Staff 2, 33 Monitor 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Brienza, Beverly Ann-Home Economics. "Don't worry 'bout me." Booster 3, 4g Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens3 Home Economics 1. Brigel, Janice Kaye-College Preparatory. "Put that ring on my finger." Blue Domino 2, 3, 43 French 3. 43 F. T. A. 4: Freshman-Sophomore Y- TEENS: Junior-Senior Y-TQGHSQ National Honor So- ciety 43 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Chapel Com- mittee 4: Fall Varieties 13 Scholarship Team 2, 3, 43 Speech Play. Brown, Delores-General. "With a cheerful smile and a wittty remark." Junior-Senior Y-Teens 4: Girls' Athletic Club 3, 43 Library Staff 43 Fall Varieties 43 Girls' Chorus 3, 4. Brunner, Delores Arlene-Commercial. "Likable sort of person." Booster 2, 3, 43 Library Staff 4. Brunori Catherine-Commercial. "Small, shy, and sweet with a big personality." Booster 3, 43 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y- Teens 33 Deca 43 Monitor 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Bucarion, Richard Lewis-Technical College Pre- paratory. "Please girls, one at a time." Booster 3, 43 Debate 2, 3, 43 Varsity 3, 43 Forum 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 National Forensic League 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Student Council 33 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Ring and Pin Committee 3, 43 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 4. Buck, Donald Gene-Industrial Arts. "Easy does it." Buhn, William Joseph-Industrial Arts. "Oh, how I hate to get up in the morning." Booster 3, 43 Science Club 4. Burger, William George-General. "Oh shucks, girls." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity A 2, 3, 43 Vice President 13 Basketball 3. 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Baseball 3. 4. Burkhardt, Edwin Roland-College Preparatory. "Every day is ladies day for me." St. Mel School 23 Hi-Y 43 Deca Club 43 Vice President of Deca 4. Burnett, Janice Louise-College Preparatory. "Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with." Chronicle Staff 43 Booster 2, 33 French 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Red and Blue Staff 43 National Honor Society 43 Cap and Gown Committee 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Senior Activities Burt, Patricia Ellen-College Preparatory. "My heart is my master." Chronicle Staff 45 French 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Club 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3. Buttermore, Elletheer Jane-Commercial. "A pretty lass." Goshen High School 15 Booster 4. Burtnett, Annette-Commercial. "A lady of fashion." Booster 3, 45 Commercial 45 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Monitor 3. Campeau, Raymond Charles-Industrial Arts. "Sigh no more ladies, sigh no more." Booster 45 Junior Red Cross Council 45 Prom Committee 35 Football 15 Basketball 1, 25 Speech Play 4. Carroll, Lois Jean-College Preparatory. "What makes you think my hair is red." Booster 2, 45 Caducean 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Home Economics 15 Senior Banquet 4. Carter, Shirley Ann-General. "Wear that smile always." Booster 45 Monitor 35 Girls' Chorus 3, 4. Caruso, Herb John Paul-Vocational Trades and Industries. "No worry wrinkles his brow." Booster 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Baseball Varsity 45 T. and I. 4. Channel, Esther Joyce-General. "Oh, to have that sparkle in her eye." Booster 15 Double Trio 25 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 15 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4. Church, Mary Naomi-General. "Stars in her eyes." Booster 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Home Economics 45 Fall Varieties 45 Monitor 1. Clark, Frank John-College Preparatory. "A boy whose sincerity will take him places in the world." Clough, Bruce Keaton-General. "The boy with personality plus." Booster 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Red and Blue Staff 45 Cap and Gown Committee 45 Monitor 45 Track Manager. Cloutier, Edward Michael-General. "Blond hair, blue eyes, girls must pass you by with sighs." Booster 4. Cochran, Ted E.-General. "Don't let it get you down." Booster 45 Deca 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4. Colaner, Mary Thresa-General. "Watch those eyes." Booster 45 Home Economics 3, 45 Deca 4. Collette, Jerry-General. "Oh, what va guy." Boos- ter 45 Deca 45 Monitor 4. Conrad, Carole Ann-College Preparatory. "A pleasing way.'.' Booster 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 2. Conway, Paul Calvin-College Preparatory. "A credit to any gym floor." Booster 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Varsity A 2, 3, 45 Invitation and Name Card Committee5 Football, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Monitor 2, 45 Student Activities Council 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Council 2, 3, 4. Cordingly, Richard VVarren-General. "The little man who's always there." Hi-Y 25 Monitor Captain 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 3, 4. Cowan, Elaine Betty-College Preparatory. "The lady with red haidf' Booster 45 French 3, 45 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y- Teens 35 Invitation and Name Card Committee5 Monitor 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2. Csehy, Richard VVilliamson-General. "Do you look snazzy!" Monitor 45 Stony Brook School for Boys 1, 2, 3. Culberson, Shirley Ann-General. "Where do you keep your heart?" Booster 1, 2, 45 Commercial 1, 25 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Invitation and Name Card Committee5 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Cunningham, Roger Vincent-College Preparatory. "A boy who can really be counted on." Fine Arts 15 Junior Red Cross Council 25 Cap and Gown Com- mittee 45 Monitor Captain 4. Dalesandro, Joseph George-College Preparatory. "I may look like a ladies' man. Well, I am." Fine Arts 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Spanish 3, 45 Prom Committee5 Fall Varieties 2, 3, 45 Monitor 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 4. Davis, Beverly Ann-College Preparatory. "An easy friend to make, a hard one to lose." Booster 3, 45 Caducean 35 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior Red Cross Council 45 Fall Varieties 25 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1. Davis, Joyce Mae--Commercial. "You couldn't be nicer." Monitor Captain 1, 4. Davis, Tom-General. "It has been said he's not as quiet as you think he is." Booster 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Student Council 25 Varsity A 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Dawson, Leonard Ray-College Preparatory. "Here I am, girls." Booster 2, 3, 45 Spanish 35 Student Council 45 Varsity A. 2, 3, 45 Class President 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3. 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Student Activities Coun- cil 3, 4. Derby, Glenda Jean-General. "Two sparkling eyes." Booster 15 Commercial 15 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Home Economics 25 Deca 45 Cheerleader 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Dixon, Josephine Martelle-College Preparatory. "An artist to her fingertips." Booster 2: Fine Arts 2, Treasurer5 Future Teachers of America 15 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 15 Tri-Arts 15 Science Club 25 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Operetta 3, 4. Dolbow, William Jennings-General. "Young fel- lows will be young fellows." Booster 2, 3, 45 Deca 4, Vice President5 Monitor 1. Domhoff, Wilma Ruth-College Preparatory. "The kind we need more of." Booster 25 Fine Arts 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Red and Blue Staff 45 Spanish 3, 4, Treasurer5 Senior Chapel Committee5 Fall Varieties 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Scholarship Team 15 Teenettes. Dorsey, Dewey-College Preparatory. "The pleas- ing punishment, that women bear." Douglas, Edith Kay-Home Economics. "A live wire that never loses its spark." Girls' Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Home Economics 15 Monitor 1. Drummer, Doris Aretha-General. "I got rhythm." Booster 2, 35 Library Staff 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Duncan, Beverly Lou-Commercial. "Short 'n sweet." - Dusch, Shirley Marie-College Preparatory. "Al- ways laughing for the fun of it." Chronicle Staff 45 Booster 2, 3, 45 French, Vice President 45 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Red and Blue Staff 45 Science Club 35 Prom Committeeg Fall Varieties 3, 45 Monitor 3. Edwards, Robert Charles-Industrial Arts. "Just for a thrill." Booster 3, 4. Elliott, Nancy Ann-Commercial. "Stay,as sweet as you are." Booster 35 Commercial 25 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Ring and Pin Committee. Senior Activities Elliott, William Robert-College Preparatory. "Happy, gay, and debonair, he never has a care." Booster 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish 3, Senior Chapel Committee, Monitor Captain 3. Ellis. Harold Porter-College Preparatory. "This porter carries a trunk full of Wit." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Spanish 3. 4, Science Club 1, Monitor. Ellsworth, Harold Orville-Industrial Arts. "One of our more serious males." Fig, Dnain Norvan-Industrial Arts. "I'll do it a er. Embly, Richard Harold-Industrial Arts. "The gabardine kid." Booster 4, Football 1. Endlnger, Eileen Kay-Commercial. "Silent, but sweet." Booster 2, Commercial 2. Eoff, Albert William-Technical I. "Don Juan didn't do so bad either." Chronicle Staff 4, Co- editor, Booster 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President, Vice President, Secretary, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President, Quill and Scroll 4, Boys' State 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, President, Class President 1, 2, Prom Committee, Co-chairman, Football 1, Basketball Reserve 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track Varsity 2, Baseball Varsity 3, Fall Varieties 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Student Activities Council 2, 3, 4, President. Estock, Delores Mae-General. "She'd be queen in any man's court." Booster 3, 4, Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 2, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Home Economics 1, 2, 3, Future Retailers of Ohio 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Faber, Barbara Ann-General. "When she rolls those great big eyes at you, look you." Booster 4, Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 4, Home Economics 1, 2, 3, Deca 4. Fagan, Alfred-General. "Life is short, why hurry?" Fairbanks, Moonyean Diana-College Preparatory. "Trim, pert, and forever alert." Invitation and Name Card Committee 4, Scholarship 1, Algebra. Farmer, Norman-College Preparatory. "All work and no play makes school a dull day." Favazzo, Angelo Joseph-Industrial Arts. "Beat- up." Booster 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 2. Feess, Minor Lynn-General. "If at first you don't succeed, forget it." Hi-Y 1, 2, Superior High School 1, 2. Feller. Ronald William-College Preparatory. "God's gift to one woman." St. Petersburg, Fla. 2, Booster 3, 4, Varsity A. 4, Prom Committee 4, Football Varsity 3, 4. Fink, Linda Lou-College Preparatory. " 'Tis only noble to be good." Booster 1, 2, Caducean 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 4, Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 2, Library Staff 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Baccalaureate Committee 4, Chairman, Monitor 3, 4, Scholarship Team 2, Latin, Girls' State, Chapel Committee. Finley, Shirley Ann-Commercial. "With the devil dancing in her eye." Booster 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial 1, Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 2, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4, Double Trio 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Fisher, James Paul-College Preparatory. "Our red-headed pal." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4. Fogarascher, Duretha Marie-Commercial. "Theres a lot of color in her personality." Booster 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, Girls' Athletic Club 4, Girls' Chorus 3. Folk, Robert-College Preparatory. "Always ready to help a friend." Fortner, Ola Mae-General. "Sweet and friendly." Booster 4, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4. Fraraceio, Don George-College Preparatory. "What mischief goes on behind that pair of roguish eyes." Booster 3, 4, Spanish 4. Frazier, Janet Lee-College Preparatory. "She'd be so nice to come home to." Blue Domino 2, 3, 4, Booster 2, 3, Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sopho- more 1, 2, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2, 4, National Thespian 4, Red and Blue Staff 4, Invitation and Name Card Committee 4, Cheerleader 1, Fall Varieties 2, 3, 4, Monitor 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Freshley, Betty Arlene-General. "Time out for laughter." Booster 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Home Eco- nomics 1, 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Council 3, Deca 4. Freshley, Janet Elaine-College Preparatory. "An eye for news, a mind for work." Booster 2, 3, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Library Staff 3, 4, Red and Blue Staff 4, Monitor 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Freshly, Marjorie Mae-General. "She has a viva- cious smile for everyone." Booster 2, Girls' Ath- letic Club 3, 4, Home Economics 3, 4, Library 4, Monitor 4, Girls' Chorus 2. Fronius, David Lee-College Preparatory. "He can always be found near the girls." Booster 3, Camera 4, Treasurer, Hi-Y 3, Manager 1, 2, Foot- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. Fronk, iVilliam Richard-College Preparatory. "A right nice guy." Hamilton and Zanesville High Schools 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Science Club 1, 4, Football 1, Track 2, Monitor 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Schol- arship Team 2, 3, Operetta 1, Latin Club 1. Fultz, Jane Rarlene--General. "In her quietude, a real friend." Funk, Robert Eugene-Industrial Arts. "The quietest of lads." Monitor, Patrol. Gaddis, Chuck Bailey-Industrial Arts. "A very nice boy in a quiet way." Booster, Junior Red Cross Council, Dance Band 1. Galehouse, James Edward-College Preparatory. "There's not another like him." Booster 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Boys' State 3, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Vice President 4, Varsity A. 3, 4, Prom Committee, Senior Banquet, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Activities Council 4, Vice President 4. Gallaer, Patricia Sylvia-College Preparatory. "With a song in my heart." Blue Domino 2, 3, 4, Booster 2, 3, 4, Fine Arts 3, 4, French 4, Secretary, Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 2, National Thespian 4, Tri-Arts 4, Fall Varieties 3, 4, Monitor 2, 3, Double Trio 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Operetta 3. 4, Speech Play 2. Gambs, Patricia Ann-Home Economics. "Short hair was never in style for her long locks." Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Girls' Athletic Club 4, President, Home Eco- nomics 4, President, Cap and Gown Committee, Student Activities Council, Monitor 3, 4. Senior Activities Gansel, Donald Gordon-Industrial Arts. "I poured my heart into a song." Booster 33 Fine Arts 23 Future Teachers of America 13 Meridian 23 Senior Chapel Committee3 Fall Varieties 43 Monitor 13 Mixed Chorus 1, 2. Garman, Lila May-Commercial. "A merry laugh is better than a mournful tear." Booster 33 Com- mercial 13 Future Retailers of Ohio 13 Girls' Chorus 1 2 , . Garrison, Barbara Allen-College Preparatory. "The quiz kids have nothing on her." Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 13 National Honor Society 43 Spanish 3, 43 Science Club 33 Invitation and Name Card Committeeg Monitor 13 Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3. Giovanini, Robert Allen-Industrial Arts. "The bashful lover." Booster 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Council 13 Invitation and Name Card Committee3 Football 13 Basketball 1. Glogoski, Jane Martha-Commercial. "As likable as lookablef' Booster 3, 43 Commercial 13 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y- Teens 3, 43 Monitor 3. Godsey, Marvin Lee-Industrial Arts. "Good things come in small packages." Football Manager 1. Goegan, Evelyn-Commercial. "Little bit of heaven." Woodrow Wilson, West Virginia3 Booster 13 Junior Red Cross Council 13 Monitor 4. Gottschling, Martin--General. "Good humored man." Graham, Betty Clark-General. "The love lights in her eyes." , Graham, Carroll Lou-Commercial. "A manner as light a sher hair." Booster 13 Future Retailers of Ohio 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Green, Hazel Esther-General. "Often seen, but rarely heard." Booster 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 33 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4. Greenamyer, Donna Jean-General. "She's the quiet type." Grier, Jerry-College Preparatory. "Whitty, I'1l say. Happy? Yeah, man." Blue Domino 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Spanish 33 Boys' State 33 Student Council 23 Science Club 33 Prom Committee, Chairman3 Senior Chapel Committee, Chairman: Basketball 13 Track 23 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 23 Scholarship 43 Dance Band 2, 3. Gross, Joanne Virginia-College Preparatory. "She's full of wisdom, but more of fun." Fine Arts 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 National Honor Society3 Spanish 33 Cap and Gown Committee, Chairman3 Monitor, Captain 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Flute Quartet 43 Majorette 4. Gurney, Gene Arnold-General. "He calls that a car." Booster 13 Future Retailers of Ohio 4. Gustavel, Robert Allen-"What do they do back- stage?" Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Staff 13 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 Invitation and Name Card Com- mittee. Gwynne, Ronald Leeroy-Industrial Arts. "Always up to something new." Booster 13 Hi-Y 33 Monitor 1. Hahn, Jeri Marlene-Commercial. "It's the little things that count." Booster 13 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 13 Monitor 1. Haines, Sally Ann-College Preparatory. "Such stuff as dreams are made of." Booster 2, 3, 43 Future 'Teachers of America 13 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 23 Tri-Arts 4, Secretary3 Cheer- leader 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Hall, Jerrie Elaine Fotheringham-College Pre- paratory. "She'll never walk alone." Booster 13 Caducean 1, 23 Science Club 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. Hammer, Mary Lou-Home Economics. "Sugar and spice, and all things nice." Booster 2, 43 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens3 Junior-Senior Y-Teens3 Home Economics 13 Monitor 4. Harris, Barbara Joyce-Commercial. "Her smile is the whisper of a laugh." Booster 33 Commercial Club 23 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 13 Deca Club 4. Harry, Jessie-General.. "Make haste slowly." Hartzell, Barbara Ann-Home Economics. "A most pleasing person." Booster 3, 43 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Home Economics 23 Tri-Arts 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Hawkins, Artesia-Home Economics. "Her smile is worth a thousand frownsf' Monitor 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Heestand, Kay Marlene-College Preparatory. "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 33 Double Trio 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Operetta 3, 4. Henderson, Marye Margaret-College Preparatory. "A sweet girl and a friend to all." Kent Roosevelt High School, Kent, Ohio 1, 2, 33 Junior-Senior Y- TGEDSQ Mixed Chorus 43 Speech 13 A Cappella Choir 13 Girls' Chorus 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Prince of Peace 13 Booster Club 3. Hermann, Karl A.-Vocational Trades and Indus- tries. "Beware, I may do something startling yet." Booster 13 T. and I. Club, President 3, 4. Hively, Ronald Eugene-General. "Naturally a regular fellow." Booster 3, 43 Kappa Tau Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 13 Basket- ball 23 Track, Manager 33 Fall Varieties 43 Monitor 3. Hodge, Mary Ann-Commercial. "Vivacious per- sonalityf' Holloway, Ronnie Kenneth-Industrial Arts. "A splendid guy." Football 13 Basketball 23 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Monitor 3. Holloway, Rudolph-General. "Sorry, girls, he's taken." Honsberger, Dean Taylor-College Preparatory. "I can be happy without girls." Blue Domino 3, 4, President 43 Booster 13 Fine Arts 43 Forum 2, 33 Hi-Y 1, 43 National Thespian 3, 43 Tri-Arts 23 Prom Committee 33 Gift Committee, Chairman 43 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 3, 43 Boys' Double Quartet 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Student Activities Council 43 Speech Play 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Blue Dom Play 33 Ensemble 4. Hoover, Duane Robert-College Preparatory. "Good humor makes all things tolerable." Meridian 1, 2, 33 Monitor 2, 3, 4, Captain 3. Hoover, Duane Richard-Industrial Arts. "Deeds, not words, make the man." Booster 2, 43 Meridian 1, 23 Monitor Captain 3. Senior .Activities Howard, Ora Dee-General. "Friendliness is her motto." Tutwiler High School, Tutwiler, Missis- sippi3 Booster3 F. T. A. 43 Junior-Senior Y-Teens3 Girls' Athletic Club. Hutzley, Janice Marilyn-General. "Look out, the devil is in her eyes." Booster 23 Commercial Club 13 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 13 Girls' Athletic Club 13 Library Staff 13 Fall Varieties 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 13 Cheerleader 1, 2. Irish, Margery Ann-College Preparatory. "Neat as a pin, pretty as a picture." Booster 2 ,3, 43 F. T. A. 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, Treasurer 1, 23 National Honor Society 43 Spanish, Secretary 43 Tri-Arts 3, 4, Vice President 43 Prom Committee 33 Invitation and Name Card Commit- tee 43 Monitor 1, 4, Captain 13 Girls' Chorus 23 Orchestra 1, 23 Scholarship Team 1, 2. Iselin, ,Charles-College Preparatory. "Einstein, move over." Jack, Charles-Industrial Arts. "High point man on and off the floor." Cap and Gown Committee 43 53a?seblall Manager 33 Football 1, 23 Basketball Johnson, William Eugene-Industrial Arts. "Every- body's pal." Booster 2, 3, 4. Johnston, Janet-College Preparatory. "Excerpt from a fashion page." Booster 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Tri-Arts 3, 43 Cheerleader 23 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 13 Girls' Chorus 23 Orchestra 1, 3, 4. Jones, Mary Winona-General. "The world delights in sunny people." Booster 2, 3, 43 Caducean 23 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 33 Monitor 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. 4. Jost, Manfred-College Preparatory. "Always found in the midst of fun." Germany3 Booster 43 Debate 43 F. T. A. 43 Epsilon Hi-Y 43 Tri-Arts 43 Student Council 43 Science Club 4. Karper, Edward Michael-Industrial Arts. "Would you like to buy a magazine?" Monitor 4. Kay, Gloria Beatrice-Home Economics. "A little cutie who's not a bit snooty." Booster 33 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens3 Home Economics 13 Monitor 13 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Kelleher, Kathleen-Commercial. "She keeps a sunny smiling mood." Freshman-Sophomore Y- Teens 1, 23 Deca Club 4. Kesig, John David-College Preparatory. "I'm not lazy, I'm just tired." Booster 2, 3, 43 Epsilon Hi-Y 43 Junior Red Cross Council 33 Spanish 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Invitation and Card Committee 43 Monitor 3, 4. Kibler, Patricia Ann-Commercial. "A quiet, capable friend." Booster 33 Commercial 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Kinsey, Josephine-College Preparatory. "Efficient in a feminine way." Caducean 33 Freshman-Sopho- more 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Library Staff 13 Tri-Arts 43 Science Club 3, 4, Treasurer QQ Moni- tor 1, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Operetta 3, 43 Interclub Council 4. A Kirksey, Walter-College Preparatory. "I'm taking my time." Senior Banquet 43 Football 23 Track 33 Monitor 2. Klan, Richard Lee-Technical 1. "This mysterious man keeps girls guessing." Kline, Carolyn Ann-Home Economics. "Happy as a lark." Booster 13 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 13 Monitor. Krahling, William Dean-College Preparatory Technical. "Genius is only great patience." Chronicle 43 Blue Domino 2, 3, 43 Booster 2, 3, 43 Epsilon Hi-Y, Vice President 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, President 43 National Thespian 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Red and Blue Staff 43 Boys' State 33 Varsity A. 43 Senior Chapel Committee 43 Manager, Basketball and Football 13 Publicity Director 43 Fall Varieties 33 Monitor 1 3Scholarship Team 1, 2, 33 Speech Play 43 Prom Committee3 Class Presi- ent. Kunz, John William-College Preparatory. "Aw, gee whiz, I'm not tall at all." Booster 43 Epsilon Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Spanish 3, 43 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 1. Lacher, Dale-Industrial Arts Vocational. "Think- ing is a waste of thought." La Nave, Louis-Industrial Arts. "Deeds not words make the man." Lee, Mary Ann-Commercial. "Sophistication in every sense of the word." Booster 43 Commercial 23 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 23 Deca Club 43 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Monitor 13 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Leister, Jack Sanford-College Preparatory. "I-Ie's Alliance's 'Mr. Esquire.' " Caducean 23 Hi- Y, Sec- retary and Treasurer 33 Spanish 13 Student Council 2, 33 Fall Varieties -13 Band 1, 23 Orchestra 43 Dance Band 3, 43 National Thespian 4. Lewis, David Eugene-Industrial Arts. "Silence is one great art of conservation." Hi-Y3 Football Manager 23 Monitor 1. Lightner, Lillian Othella-General. "She has no wish but to be glad." Booster 33 Commercial 13 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1. Lightner, Walter-General. "I'm not bashful, I just don't like to talk." Lillick, Sally Jo-Commercial D. E. "Pretty as a picture, but a lot more active." Booster 1, 2, 4, Secretary 33 Freshman-Sophomore 1, 23 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 13 Deca Club, President 43 Prom Committee 33 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Fall Varieties 43 Monitor 3, 43 Double Trio 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Teen- ettes 4. Lowman, Bruce Allen-College Preparatory. "Those who go easy will never grow old." Booster 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 4, Secretary 33 Spanish 43 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Track 3, 43 Monitor 4. Lowman, Donna Claire-College Preparatory. "There's a fascinating magic in a smile." Blue Domino 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 23 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Council 1, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 National Thespian 43 Spanish 3, 4, Vice President 43 Cap and Gown Com- mittee 43 Monitor 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Team 3. McComb, Patricia Ann-College Preparatory. "There's a neatness about her that can't be over- looked." Chronicle Staff 43 Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore 1, 23 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Red and Blue Staff 4g Tri-Arts 33 Ring and Pin Committee 33 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 33 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Band 2, 3. 43 Or- chestra 3, 4. McGrath, Stanley Eric-College Preparatory. 'All great men are dying. I feel sick myself." Blue Domino 2, 33 Booster 2, 3, 43 Student Council 13 Monitor 1. McGirr, Beverly Jane-College Preparatory. "Ho hum, another 'A.' " F. T. A. 43 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 2, Vice President 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Council 23 National Honor Society 43 Invitation and Name Card Com- mittee 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3. A Senior Activities McGuire, Paul Joseph-Vocational Trades and In- dustries. "The difficult we do immediately, the impossible takes a little longer." Boys. State 35 T. and I. 2, Vice President. Mclienna, Arlene Ann-Commercial. "As charm- ing as she is pretty." Booster 25 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 15 Home Economics 15 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Science Club 15 Fall Varieties 15 Monitor 15 Girls' Chorus 1. McLeod, Timothy Vvallace-College Preparatory. "Music is the universal language of mankind." Booster 15 Fine Arts 3, 45 Librarv Staff 15 Senior Banquet, Fall Varieties 3, 45 Monitor 15 Boys' Double Quartet 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 1. Mc-Nutt, Dale Austin-Industrial Arts. "Another nice guy." Maldoven, Robert Dean-General. "It's a misery to be born, pain to live, and a trouble to die." Mallett, Danford Roy-C ol l e g e Preparatory. "Idiots' Delight." Booster 35 Hi-Y 25 Football 1, 35 Basketball 35 Baseball 2, 3. Mane, Marylou Elizabeth-College Preparatory. "That lovely long brown hair with its many hair- dos." Fine Arts 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Monitor 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 35 Orchestra 2, 3. 4. Marini, Inez Marjorie-College Preparatory. "She moves as a goddess and looks like a queen. Booster 3. 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 35 Prom Committee5 Fall Varieties 45 Monitor 1. Marple, Jo Phillips-General. "He tries to make the day worthwhile." Junior Red Cross Council 15 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 1. Mason, Norma Jean-General. "All you want to do is dance." Booster 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Fall Varieties 2, 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1. Mauck, Lois Ann-General. "Laugh yourself into stitches." Booster 2, 3, 45 Home Economics 1. Mead, Charlotte Frances-College Preparatory. "The girl with the smile." Blue Domino 45 Fine Arts 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 4. Meeker, William Alexander-College Preparatory. "Sorry, girls, I will live to be a bachelor." Booster 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Student Council 45 Varsity A.5 Invitation and Name Card Committee5 Fall Varieties 4: Moni- tor 3, Captain 35 Scholarship Team 2, 3, 45 Student Activities Council 3, 4, President 4. Meeks, Shirley Ann-General. "A happy girl is a successful one." Booster 2, 3, 45 Caducean 2, 3. 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Span- ish 3, 45 Senior Banquet, Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Meiring, Gilbert-Industrial Arts. "Whoever said I was a wolf anyway?" Menegay, William Frank-Vocational Trades and Industries. "Nothing worries him." Trades and Industry 4. Menster, Marjon-College Preparatory. "Oh, Ronnie, not so close." Chronicle Staff 45 Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 2, 35 Freshman-Sophomore Y- Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 Red and Blue Staff 4, Co-Editor 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 45 Prom Committee5 Fall Varieties 3, 45 Monitor 35 Student Congress 25 Speech Play 45 Girls' Chorus 1. Meyer, Nancy Carol-College Preparatory. "Tall and blonde and willowly describes Nancy." Booster 2, 35 Fine Arts 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y- Teens 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Red and Blue Staff 45 Tri-Arts 45 Cap and Gown Committee5 Fall Varieties 2, 3, 45 Double Trio 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Operetta 3, 4. Meyers, Walter Lee-Industrial Arts. "Fun in more ways than one." Booster 15 Football 15 Monitor 4. Miller, Esther-College Preparatory. "Full of fun frolicf' Booster 15 Caducean 15 Library Staff 15 Cheerleader 15 Girls' Chorus 2. Miller, Gertrude Ilelen-Commercial. "A light heart lives long." Commercal 45 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 45 Monitor 3, 4. Miller, Marilyn Minnie-College Preparatory. "Quiet and dependable." Booster 45 Home Eco- nomics 35 Vice President 35 Monitor 4. Miller, Shirley Anne-College Preparatory. "As bright as a new penny." Booster 1, 2, 45 French 45 Home Economics 15 Monitor 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Scholarship Team 1. Mitzel, Sally Mae-College Preparatory. "Voted the girl most likely to." Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Caducean 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3- 45 Fine Arts 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Chapel Committee5 Fall Varieties 3, 45 Monitor 2, 45 Double Trio 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Scholarship Team 15 Operetta 1, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 3, 4. Montague, Daryl Dean-Technical I. "He's partial to blondes."' Hi-Y 1. Moore, Carl-Industrial Arts. "Worry kills men, why die!" Morgan, Eddie Eugene-Vocational Trades and In- dustries. "Noticeable in his own shy way. Hi-Y 1. Morris, Ann Denison-College Preparatory. "When Ann does a thing, it's well done." Blue Domino 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 Debate 25 Forum 3, Secre- tary5 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, President 15 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, President 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 National Thespian 3, 45 Student Council 45 Prom Committee5 Invitation and Name Card Committee5 Monitor 3, 45 Speech Play 2, 35 Student Activities Council 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. Morris, James Powell-Technical I. "Get 'em young, treat 'em rough, tell 'em nothing." Chron- icle Staff 45 Blue Domino 3, 4, Vice President 45 Booster 3, 4! Debate 25 Hi-Y 45 National Forensic League 2, 3, 45 National Honor Societv 45 National Thespian 3, 4, President 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Science Club 35 Prom Committee5 Fall Varieties 3, 45 Football 15 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 35 Senior Play5 Speech Play 2. Peate, Ronald Royce-Vocational Trades and In- dustries. "He has an industrial turn of the mind." Papley, Carolyn Barbara-General. "A useful girl with a friendly smile." Booster 25 Commercial 25 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Home Eco- nomics 1, Treasurer5 Red and Blue Staff 45 Science Club 3, 45 Monitor 1, 2, 3. Pasco, Barbara Jena-Commercial. "Neat and petite." Booster 45 Commercial 45 Freshman- Sophornore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Monitor 1, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 35 Student Activities Council 4. Payne, Ronald-Industrial Arts. "He's 1-A in the Army." Senior Activities Peloso, Diana-General. "A quiet miss, well liked." Penrod, Donavan Nvard-Commercial. "Nutty as a fruit cake." Booster 35 Future Retailers of Ohio 4, Treasurerg Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 3. Peters, Janice Lynn-College Preparatory. Chron- icle Staff 4, Co-Editor5 Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Fresh- man-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 2, President 25 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 35 Girls' Athletic Club 25 National Honor Society 25 Spanish 25 Student Council 45 Class President 15 Secretary 2, 3, 45 Co-Chairman, Prom Committee5 Fall Varieties 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholar- ship Team 1, 2, 3.5 Student Activities Council 1, 2. Pettit, Leah Ann-Home Economics. "Why laugh when you can giggle." Sebring High School 1, 2, 35 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 45 Home Economics 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Chorus 1. Phillips, Rosemary Ann-General. "Dark haired beauty, with all the trimmings." Booster 1, 2, 35 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Gift Committee 45 Fall Varieties 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Operetta 3, 4. Pisoni, Marlene Antoinette-Commercial. "Blonde hair, blue eyes, and a tantalizing smile." Fine Arts 3, 45 Fall Varieties 3, 45 Monitor 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 25 Operetta 3, 4. Polen, Paul-Industrial Arts. "Full of fun." Potts, Loretta Jean-General. "Wishing will make it so." Magnolia High School in West Virginia 1, 2, 35 Home Economics 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Vice President5 National Honor Society 15 Sophomore Chapel Committee 25 Basketball 1, Reserve5 Monitor 4. Poulaillon, Marjorie Jean-General D. E.. "Keep a twinkle in your eye." Booster 25 Commercial 35 Home Economics 15 Deca 4, Secretary5 Band 1, 2. Prince, Pat Irene-College Preparatory. "You can't stop me from dreaming." Booster 45 Caducean 45 Fine Arts 45 Invitation and Name Card Committee 45 Fall Varieties 45 Monitor 4. Puhl, Raymond Adair-Vocational Trades and In- dustries. "Men of few words are the best men." T. and I. Club 2. Pusateri, Frances Ann-Commercial. "Why should any man prefer blondes?" Booster 1, 2, 35 Com- mercial 25 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Rabinovits, Alex Jasha-College Preparatory. "He can't begin to count his friends." Romania and Israel High School 1, 2, 35 Science 1, 2, 35 Vice President 1, 2, 35 Tennis. Race, Rosemary-Commercial. "Her gaiety is her charm." Booster 35 Commercial 15 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Home Economics 2. Raga, Larry John-Industrial Arts. "I haven't a worry in the world." Mougey, Carol Lou-Commercial D. E. "Poise at its best." Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Secretaryg Future Retailers of Ohio 45 Monitor 4. Moulton, Sharron Lee-College Preparatory. "Time out for laughter." Girls' Athletic Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. Muffly, Eleanor-College Preparatory. "Queenly tall and pleasing to all." Muller, Elizabeth Louise-College Preparatory. "To know her is to like her." Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 3, 45 Forum 35 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior- Senior Y-Teens5 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 35 Home Economics 25 National Forensic League 3, 45 Fall Varieties 2, 35 Monitor 2, 3. Myers. Patty Lou-Commercial. "She used to be bashfulf' Booster 1, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Operetta. Nutter, Lois Jean-Home Economics. "She speak- eth not, yet there lies a conversation in here eyes." Home Economics 1. Olds, Roger Belgrove-College Preparatory. "A gentleman from head to toe." Booster 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Varsity A. 3, 45 Cap and Gown Committee5 Baseball Manager 15 Football 1, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Student Activities Council. Ollson, Fay Marion-Commercial. "Men just can't resist that "cover girl" look." Booster 2, 35 Com- mercial 25 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Invi- tation and Name Card Commiteee5 Fall Varieties 35 Monitor 2. Orlando, Ray Albino-College Preparatory. "Blow, blow that horn. " Booster 25 Science Club 15 Invi- tation and Name Card Committee5 Monitor 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Brass Sextette 3: Dance Band 2. Orsetti, Carol Marie--Home Economics. "A little miss who never misses." Booster 35 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Home Economics 1. Osco, Elizabeth Pearl-College Preparatory. "Cleo- patra has nothing on this fair damsel." Booster 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 35 Home Economics 1, 35 Library Staff 35 Cheerleader 15 Monitor 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Speech Play Committee 3. Oswalt, Bradley Lee-College Preparatory. "Hark, I hear a hollow sound5 who rapped my head?" Blue' Domino 3, 45 Booster 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 45 Hi-Y 45 National Thespian 45 Spanish 3, 45 Tri-Arts 3, 45 Science Club 45 Senior Play Staff 45 Fall Varieties 45 Track 2, 45 Monitor 2, 35 Speech Play 3, 4. Oyster, Herbert Roy-Industrial Arts. "Who looks so meek, but isn't meek at all." Booster 45 Meri- dian 2. Oyster, Mary Joan-Commercial. "Quiet and nice." Booster 45 Junior Red Cross Council 1. Pagonis, James George-College Preparatory. "A joke, a laugh, a happy way." Fine Arts 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Spanish 4, President5 Student Council5 Senior Chapel Committee5 Fall Varieties 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 15 Student Activities Council 4. Palozzi, Patricia Jean-Commercial-"A package full of mischief." Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial 1, 25 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Future Retailers of Ohio 45 Fall Varieties 2, 3. Ray, Joyce Ann-College Preparatory. "She's small, but so is a stick up dynamite." Booster 35 Commercial 15 French 15 Future Teachers of America 15 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 2, Vice President5 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Home Eco- nomics 15 Tri-Arts 15 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Reed, Janice Alene-Commercial. "I can dream, can't I?" Booster 45 Commercial 15 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Fall Varieties 1, 2. Reeder, Beverly Ann-College Preparatory. "There are smiles that make me happy." Caducean 2, 35 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Spanish 3, 45 Monitor 45 Girls' Chorus 2. 3. Reisch, Marilyn June-Commercial. "She must have been a beautiful baby." Booster 1, 25 Com- mercial 25 Girls' Chorus 2. Riebold, Donald Louis-General. "I'll get by." Booster 45 Hi-Y 35 Monitor 2, 3. 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Boys' Chorus 1. Robb, Roger Roy-College Preparatory. "I'm really bashful at heart." Booster 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, Secre- tary5 Junior Red Cross Council 25 Invitation and Name Card Committee 4. Senior Activities Roberts, Marianne-Commercial. "Reserved, re- fined, reliable." Freshman-Sophomore 23 Junior- Senior Y-Teens 33 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Council 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Science Club 23 Gift Committee 43 Mixed Chorus 3' Girls' Chorus 2. Robertson, Paul Alex-College Preparatory. "Play- ing the field is such fun." Booster 3' H ' r , i-Y 3 Spanish 23 Tri-Arts 23 Monitor Captain. Rohrer, Robert Louis-Industrial Arts. "Quiet easy to know." Monitor. Rooney, James Patrick-College Preparatory. "Variety is the spice of life." Booster 43 Hi-Y 4' Student Council 43 Science Club 43 Varsity A. 43 Senior Banquet 43 Football 23 Basketball 33 Track 3, Varsity3 Fall Varieties 43 Monitor 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Speech Play 4. Royster, Laura Julia-Commercial. "Nice 'n neat and never dull." Booster 3, 43 Junior-Senior Y- Teens 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 2. Salchow, Donna Jean-College Preparatory. "Al- ways friendly and lots of fun." Booster 2, 3, 43 Caducean 23 Fine Arts 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 23 Spanish 3, 43 Senior Banquet 43 Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 3, 4g Double Trio 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Orchestra 2, 3. 43 Mixes Ensem- ble 3, 43 Teenettes 4. Salisbury, Lois Marie-General. "From homework to housework." Booster 23 Home Economics 3. Sankey, David John-Technical I. t'Shucks, you hafta get some fun outa life sometime." Booster 23 Hi-Y 3, Treasurer, Secretary3 Science Club 33 Senior Banquet 43 Manager 13 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Scholarship 1, 33 Boys' Glee Club 2. Santschi, George Alfred-Industrial Arts. "A regular guy." Saporita, Rose-General. "Another nice girl." Schweitzer, Pauline Jeanette-Home Economics. "The world delights in sunny people." Booster 4. Scott, Joan Ruth-Commercial. "She can always find a silver lining." Booster 33 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 33 Orchestra 1, 2. Sebrell, Howard Arthur-Vocational Trades and Industries. "My own thoughts are my companions." Vocational Trades and Industries 3, 4, Secretary. Shanks, Edward-Industrial Arts. "A nice, shy, likeable guy." Booster 2, 33 Meridian 1, 23 Monitor 2, 3, Captain 3. Shook, Gerald Edward-College Preparatory. "A studious person will reach the top." Booster 3, 4g Gift Committee 43 Monitor 3, 4. Shook, Janice Elaine-Home Economics. "At friendship, she excells." Shultz, Shirley Ann-Home Economics. "No one can surpass a friendly person." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4. Simmons, Guy-General. "A 'guy' every girl likes to know." Green Local 1, 2, 3. Simmons, Imogene-College Preparatory. "She's the All-American screwballf' Booster 13 Caducean 33 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 33 Girls' Athletic Club 3, Vice President 33 Home Economics 13 Library Staff 13 Mixed Chorus 43 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Simons, Merlin Arthur-College Preparatory. "Small but mighty." Blue Domino 2, 33 Booster 33 Camera 43 Hi-Y 3, Secretary 33 Spanish 13 Tri-Arts 33 Sanior Banquet3 Monitor Captain 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Speech Play 3. Smith, Robert Leroy-Vocational Trades and In- dustries. "Never do today what you can put off tomorrow." Vocational Trades and Industries Club 3, 4. v Smith, Thomas Charles-College Preparatory- "High, wide and handsome." Blue Domino 3, 43 Booster 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 National Thespian 43 Red and Blue Staff 43 Treasurer of Class 13 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Football 13 Basket- ball 13 Fall Varieties 2, 33 Boys' Double Quartet 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Speech Play 33 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Mixed Ensemble 2, 3. 4. Snyder, Fred-General. "I'll do it later." Sollie, Charlotte Irene-Commercial. "A twinkling eye, a twinkling laugh." Booster 3, 43 Future Re- tailers of Ghio 43 Science Club 33 Monitor 1. Speidel, Carol Dawn-College Preparatory. "Hap- piness is a guy called Joe." Chronicle Staff 4, Co- business manager3 Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 33 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, Vice Presidentg National Forensic League 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Student Council 2, 33 Prom Committee 4, Co-Chairman of Decorations: Fall Varieties 3, 43 Monitor 43 Handbook Editor 3. Stanciu, Louise Carolyn-General. H100 per Cent sincere and friendly." Ursuline Academy, Spring- field, Ill., 1, 2, 3. Stanish, Albert Joel-Industrial Arts. "As nice as they come." Booster 2, 3, 43 Varsity A. 3, 43 Prom Committee 43 Football Varsity 2, 33 Track 4. Base- ball 3. Stanley, Wilma La Rue-Home Economics. "An exciting mixture of personality and good looks." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Caducean 43 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 1, 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Home Economics 2, 3, President 33 Cheerleader 1, 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Staufeneger, Jeanne Marie-General. "So sweet, so charming, so pretty." Kent Roosevelt High School 13 Booster 23 Caducean l3 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 43 Fall Varieties 4. Steen, Shirley Kathryn-Home Economics. "Gen- tle and sweet." Somerset Township High School 1, 23 Booster 33 Girls' Chorus 3. Stevens, Bette Ann-Commercial. "Sweet and lovely." Commercial 13 Freshman-Sophomore Y- Teens 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 33 Spanish 13 Band 2, 3, 4. Stockburger, Albert William-College Preparatory. "The joker of A. H. S." Mansfield Junior High School 13 Blue Domino 23 French 23 Junior Red Cross Council 2. Stoffer, Joanne Arlene-Home Economics. "You've got what it takes." Booster 3, 43 Freshman-Sopho- more Y-Teens 23 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 43 Home Economics, Secretary 1, President 23 Monitor 2. Stranges, John-Industrial Arts. "Worry little, study less, that's my idea of happiness." Booster 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Varsity A. 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Baseball Manager 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 43 Basketball 13 Class Secretary 13 Class Treasurer 2, 3. 4. Stryffeler, Irene Lucille-General. "A style all of her own." Girls' Athletic Club 13 Home Economics 13 Booster 1. Stryffeler, Eleanora Ann-Commercial. "She's just a little 'Ray' of sunshine." Booster 43 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 23 Library Staff 13 Spanish 13 Tri-Arts 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Invitation and Name Card Committee 43 Girls' Chorus 23 Scholar- ship 2. Sudeck, Robert Eugene-College Preparatory. "There's a winning manner about him." Booster 2, 33 Caducean 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Epsilon Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Monitor 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 2. Summers, Roger Lee-Industrial Arts. "Deeds, not words, make the man." Booster 2, 3, 43 Meridian 1. Senior Activities Tate, Vinson Harold-College Preparatory. "Par- ley-vous francois? Neither do I." Blue Domino 2, 3, 45 Booster 45 Fine Arts 3, 45 French 3, 4, Presi- dent 45 National Thespian 3, 45 Senior Chapel Com- mittee 45 Fall Varieties 2. 3. 45 Monitor Captain 45 Boys' Quartet 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, President 45 Orchestra 15 Mixed Ensemble 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Student Activities Council 4. Taylor, Bonnie Jo-College Preparatory. "As love- ly as a cameo." Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Red and Blue Staff 15 Spanish 15 Monitor 1. Taylor, Bruce Gilbert-College Preparatory. "Come with me in my flying machine." Booster 1. Teeters, June Louise-Home Economics. "Shy, sweet, sincere." Terrell, Joel-Industrial Arts. "Joe Louis' protegyf' Football 15 Track5 Monitor 1. Thellman, Joanne Marie-Commercial. "Quietly going her way." Booster5 Commercial Club 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens5 Junior-Senior Y- Teens5 Girls' Athletic Club5 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Theodore, Florence Doris-General. "As friendly as the day is long." Booster 2, 3, 45 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Home Economics 2, 3. Thrash, Catherine Marie-Commercial. "Tiny but terrific." Booster 1, 25 Commercial 1, 25 Fine Arts 45 Junior Red Cross Council 25 Fall Varieties 3, 45 Double Trio 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Mixed Ensemble 3, 45 Operetta 3, 4. Tortora, Angelo-Industrial Arts. "I haven't time to be a millionaire." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary5 Monitor 2. Trocheck, Margaret Johann-Commercial. "Always the center of a merry crowd." Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial 15 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 15 gheerleader 15 Monitor 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorette , 3, 4. Tull, Lawrence Clifford-College Preparatory. "Sometimes mischievous, but never bad." Monitor 1. Waltz, Jean Elaine-College Preparatory. "She grudges not another's gain." Booster 15 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Spanish 15 Invitation and Name Card Committee! Monitor 1, 45 Orchestra 4. Waltz, Martha Jean-Commercial. "Quiet as a mouse." Library Staff 15 Monitor 1, 2. Waltz, Mary Joan-Commercial. "When you are quiet, you hear more." Library Staff 15 Monitor 1, 4. Ward, Jerry-Industrial Arts. "Love 'em, leave 'em, that's my motto." Waxler, Len L.-Industrial Arts. "All round guy in an all round way." Invitation and Name Card Committee 4. Weber, Janet Lou-Commercial. "Always welcome wherever she goes." Booster 3, 45 Commercial 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Secretary 45 Girls' Chorus 2. Weber, Jean Anne-General. "A pretty girl is like a melody." Booster 3, 45 Commercial 2, 35 Spanish 35 Cap and Gown Committee 45 Monitor 4. Whitacrc, Ted Arthur-Industrial Arts. "I-Ie's always just himself." Prom Committee 35 Monitor 25 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. White, Susannah Katherine-College Preparatory. "Her clever ways will take her far." Blue Domino 3, 45 Booster 15 Debate 45 Fine Arts 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 15 Freshman-Sophomore Y- Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Council 15 National Forensic League 45 National Thespian 45 Red and Blue Staff 45 Monitor 2, Captain5 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 15 Speech Play 3, 45 Quartet 1. Widmer, Janice Lee-Commercial. "It's better to be small and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow." Booster 2, 3, 45 Commercial 1, 2, 35 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Club 1, 25 Invitation and Name Card Committee, Chairman5 Monitor 4. Wilcoxon, Sherry Anne-College Preparatory. "Hell-o big boy." Blue Domino 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Fine Arts 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 15 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Thespian 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 45 Red and Blue Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Baccalaureate Committee5 Fall Varieties 2, 3, 45 Double Trio 2, 45 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' State 35 Speech Play 2, 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 String Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4. Williams, Lois Ann-Commercial. "Nice to every- one." Booster 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2. Williamson, James Emery-Vocational Trades and Industries. "He's one of those study hall "angels" Vocational Trades and Industries Club 3, 4. Wilson, Richard Emery-Industrial Arts. "Cheer up, the worst is yet to come." Booster 15 Hi-Y 15 Monitor 1. Wottle, Evelyn Eleanor-General. "Ever friendly." Booster 2, 3, 45 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 15 Home Economics 1, Vice President 1. Wyrick, Joseph Towell-College Preparatory. "I like everybody." Booster 15 Fine Arts 15 Hi-Y 15 Meridian 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Spanish 15 Science Club 3, 45 Senior Chapel Committee5 Track 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Young, Homer Dunagan-College Preparatory. "A carefree athletic ace, high in personality and points." Booster 2, 3, 45 Spanish 15 Science Club 15 Varsity A. 35 Ring and Pin Committee5 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3. Young, Lillie-College Preparatory. "A truly mod- est maiden." Booster 35 Caducean 3, 45 Girls' Ath- letic Club 45 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3. Zavarelli, Vincent-Industrial Arts. "He can al- ways see the funny side." Booster 2, 3, 45 Varsity A. 45 Manager 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3. Zeides, Carol June-Commercial. t'Still water runs deep." Booster 3, 45 Commercial 2, 3, 45 Freshman- Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 45 Fall Varieties 2, 3, 4. Zeides, VVayne Richard-College Preparatory. "A merry heart doth good like medicine." Booster 3, 45 Caducean 3, 45 Fall Varieties 3. Zelasko. Sylvia Clara-College Preparatory. "All the stars are not in the heavens." Caducean 25 Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teens 1, 25 Junior-Senior Y-Teens 35 Girls' Athletic Club 15 Quill and Scroll 45 Red and Blue Staff 45 Baccalaureate Committeeg Fall Varieties 2, 3, 45 Monitor 15 Girls' Chorus 1. Zimmerman, Arthur Nelson-College Preparatory. "A remark to suit every occasion." Booster 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Tri-Arts 45 Track 3, 45 Monitor 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 4. Zumbar, Ronald Don-Industrial Arts. "A very nice boy in a quiet Way." Booster 15 Junior Red Cross Council 15 Invitation and Name Card Com- mittee5 Monitor 4, Associate Captain. Zumkehr, William Robert-College Preparatory. "Quiet, but oh so nice." Booster 15 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Com- mittee5 Monitor 2, Captain 45 Scholarship Team 45 Student Council 3. 2"LE1'3E'l"'5E' ' . ,K',L ' i::y:.L:k:,. rk.V L I IIT. 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M25 SPRING-HULSWABTH KLEIN ci RODERICK Men's and B0y's Wear Suits - Hats - Shoes i, I xl f THE COPE FURNITURE CO. VVest State at Parkway Blvd. AIUHUCG, 0hi0 102 You'll Find Famous Name Brands ORWIG MOTORS, INC. 75 Glamorgan Pontiac Sales and Service At All Times At STARK'S For Your Family And Home Needs PL LW , ,1 ,JK Q A F 37-. f, ' , 5.1141- ' fp ,f ',14,z..' 2 "Buying Records in the Record Dept." MAHAN'S Market House Phone 3216 103 V-rf-'Z 'of KARL F. FIEGENSCHUH for Elgin - llamilton - Gruen - Bulova - Groton VVatehes ALLIANCE MOTORS, INC. Formerly Guy Slussers, Inc. Paul Davis, President Corner Mahoning and State St. Packard and International Dealer ' 'ff ' .71 Jewelry of Quality 207 East Main Street --,, ffyeivjlfg' ..C'AC,1. Freshman Today Seniors Tomorrow A Portrait Keeps the Memories Phone 9255 205 E. Main GOCHNAUER'S STUDIO 104 TURNER DRUG STORES Alliance and Sebring Ci" 'P I ' Qpff n When you're 2j,g'l , thinking of I ca career... 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