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lf The Anclersonian of the Anderson High School Forest Hills School District Cincinnati 30, Ohio Volume XXIX Published by Senior Class of 1959 "The time has come," the Walrus said, "To talk of many things: Of shoes - and ships - and sealing wax - Of cabbages - and kings - And why the sea is boiling hot - And whether pigs have wings." Through the Looking Glass Lewis Carroll See reflected in these pages, as in a mirror, the busy life of Anderson in all its phases - from the first frenzied rush to the last lingering farewell. 0 ' Xglll F I i " I I Adviser Vera Mae Nash Co-Editors .... .... S andra Pearce Sherry Richards Assistant Editor .... Jeanne Johnston 2 l Roy S. Tucker Dedication Mr. Tucker is ci mon who hos dedicoted his life to instructing ond guiding the youth of the community. His keen, inquisitive mind led mony o confused student in the poth of knowledge. No question wcis too smell to be answered, no problem, too lorge to be solved. He ccirried out his oppointed tosks cheerfully. His "How should I know if science doesn't'?" still brings bcick nostalgic memories to those of us who were lucky enough to hcive known him. Our only regret is thot illness holds him from his chosen work. Pcitrick Elder 3 if i x Nw 3 ', S1501 is f x F milf S Wal A.. fi .' fn , its ,ge f . dvi Reflections Seniors. . . Unclerclassmen Administration. Faculty. . . Organizations. Athletics. . . Activities. . . Advertisements 14 34 45 47 52 80 90 4 The bell sounds, ond another doy of clcnsses begins with crowds of Andersonites rushing through the holls. The library is the center of everyday octivities where students come to cotch up on lost night's homework ond look up thot extro bit of reference for on "A" grade. Trained hands prepare the designs for tomorrow's production and architectural structures. By applying principles of logical reason- ing, Jerry Denges and Gerald Solters prove cn theorem pertaining to spherical distances. By pracvical experimentation Russell Waddell Robert Gibson, and Mary Martin analyze sub sfances of which the physical world is composed Ed Doench learns The Techniques of using a micro- scope to explore the hidden mysteries of nature. VW ,Y ,yfaffi W V 0 ,wg 4-fwayf?544, , The bustling commercial room offers numerous opporfuni- Ties for offke procfice fo such students os Judy Winkle and Choriene Wilmink, who seek futures in the business world. Practical skills required for building, maintaining, and equipping homes supplement The academic training of Vernon Loiz and Philip Burress. .ia ATA - fa f. X. J gg, -41. A- ag 2 sk sag s 4 J har 'X Ll. af gg if w . -xm i 14- Seniors As a senior dons his cap and gown in preparation for graduation, many thoughts course through his mind. He is going to be free from the restrictions under which he labored while in school. He has. successfully completed his secondary educa- tion. He is looking forward to success in college and in business. These reflections, however, constitute only the happy side of the picture, he will have some regrets. He is forsaking a kind of security which the school offers. Perhaps he won't admit it, but he will probably miss the school itself. He is leaving old friends and familiar faces for a world of business which is new and foreign. Hope and expectation, nevertheless, overbalance his anxieties when he contemplates the future and its chal- lenges. ,-9.9, ly! t, M .lfil l n 'xltlh rx lrtl 15 PATRICIA ELLEN ALSIP GAYLE LYNNE ANDERSON SUSAN LEE ARNOLD WILLIAM BARTELS WILBUR JUDSON BAUMANN LARRY FRANCIS BEHYMER .IUDITH ANN BINKLEY CHARLES THEODORE BORGEL WILLIAM GERALD BRIDGES CAROL LEE BROCKSCHMIDT PETER RALPH BROMER CARLYN KAY BROWN SUSAN JEAN BURNS DOROTHY ANN BUSCHUR ROBERT ANTHONY CARDONE SUSAN FAY CHANEY JEROLD CHARLES CHAPMAN NANCY RUTH COLEMAN SANDRA NEWELL CORKEN RITA MAE COTTRELL CARL MELVYN CROWTHERS FRANK EMMET CURNAYN CAROLYN ANN DAILY MICHAEL DAVIS JERRY ALAN DENGES JOHN RICHARD DOGGETTE BRUCE MARTIN DUDLEY JO DEL DUNHAM GEORGE PATRICK ELDER JAMES CURTIS EUBANKS JESSE EVERSOLE THEODORE THURL FAHRLENDER WAYNE BURTON FORD DONALD ARTHUR FORG JAMES MARTIN GALVIN DOUGLAS GEAR JOYCE ANN GERHARDT JERALD MARVIN GILKERSON JOYCE CAROL GLENN JUDLTH ANN GOMIEN GLENNA LEIGH GOOD CHARLOTTE ANN GRAGG LINDA LEE GRAYSON JANET LEE GREER TERRY LEE HAMPTON JUNE EVELYN HANNAN SHIRLEY JEAN HANNAN DENNIS LEE HAVLIN ,f ff' -11 wg. , S, ,. ,W -A I ww, M' ,I me . . .. ..-M, ,. TIM., gg , wiv If ' :W I, si af? 5 , A3 IA: I A P L BARBARA SUE HERGET RONALD WENDELL HOFFMAN ORSON HORNSBY JAMES CARL HUBBARD JOHN STANTON JAY JOHN WILLIAM JENSEN SANDRA LEE JOHNSON NANCY JEANNE JOHNSTON JUNE LYNN JONES JUDITH LYN JUDGE CLARISSA MAE JULIEN EMMA JANE JUSTES JOHN DAVID JUSTICE MERVYN CHARLES KELLER PAULENE KELLER DONNA MAYHEW KENDALL W 2 ,Sa 1xn.,L-,- z lwb SUZANNE KENNEDY RONALD WILLIAM KINDRED JOHN ALLAN KIRBY GARY LYNN KLEIN ROBERT STANLEY KNAEUPER JAMES ALBERT KROEGER BARBARA LEE LANCASTER GAIL HOWARD LANG CAROLE JEAN LAWSON PATRICIA ANN LOARING JANET LOUISE LUDLOW JERRY MASSMAN ROBERT R. MCELHANEY JAMES ALFRED MCGILL CAROLYN JEAN MEEKER ADOLF THOMAS MEIER GARY LEONARD MILLER WILMA JEAN MILLION KAREN RUTH MONTGOMERY JANET MARIE OBERMEYER JUDITH ANN OSBORN THOMAS HOWARD OTTEN MATTIE ANN OUZTS SANDRA KAYE PEARCE DAVID HENRY PETERS RICHARD BARRY PINKVOSS SANDRA LEE PIRMAN FREDRICK ELMER PORTNER LYNN JANE RHEIN DONALD FORREST RICHARDS SHERRY LEE RICHARDS KAY LESLIE ROSS KENNETH WAYNE RUSSELL SHIRLEY LOUISE RYALL SUZANNE RYAN GERALD DUAYNE SALTERS THOMAS HAROLD SCARBOROUGH GERALD LEE SCHIESZLER ROBERT ALAN SCHIFRIN ROBERT LEE SCHMIDT RUTH ANN SCHMIDT BARRY WILLIAM SCHMITT JEROME GEORGE SCHRAGE HILDEGARD H. C. SCHWARZ RONALD LEE SCHWEITZER LUCILLE ALBERTA SHARP FRANK WILLIAM SHEPARD TERRANCE RONALD SMITH WILLIAM DALE SPRESSER GERALD LEE STANKORB LOIS JEAN STAUB ROGER SCOTT STILES ROBERT JOE STRICKMEYER JUDITH ANN THEURER TERRY LEE THOMAS JERRY DALE TODD PATRICIA L. TOMLINSON JOHN MICHAEL TOREN JANET LOUISE TUCKER MARILYN E. UNDERWOOD ROBERT VAN CAMP JULIA ANN VANHOOSE ENA FAY WAGERS DELLA KATHERINE WARFORD DELORES ANN WEAVER JEANNE ROSE WEIL MARTHA JEAN WEST JOYCE ANN WHITE MICHAEL HUGH WILHOIT CHARLENE MARIAM WILMINK BONNIE WINKELBACH JUDITH ANN WINKLE JOAN LOUISE WOLFANGEL ROBERT L. WOLFE JOHN RICHARD WORLEY WILLIAM EMERY WORTH, Jr. RICHARD ANSON WYKOFF PHYLLIS KAY YAZELL PATRICIA ANN YENKE CHARLES WILLIAM YORK JERRY LEE YORK Underclassmen The underclassman is a person of many and varied interests. His extracurricular activities are evidenced by his wide participation in the various clubs and sports: but since the main objective of a school is education, most of the student's time is spent on his studies. The acquiring of a good basic knowledge cannot be over emphasized. No matter what type of course the student is taking, basic knowledge and good study habits are of paramount importance. If a person anticipates be- ing successful in later lite, he must have a strong founda- tion upon which to build. 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Martin Mason Masters Miller Milton Mishler Mitchell Nichols Nolan Nordmeyer Oder Pi nkvoss Popp Pryor Raymond Rust Sanderfer Scarborough Schmidt H. Silver J. Silver Skirvin Sleevys Stein Stockman Strunk Sturgeon Waddell Walters R. Ward V. Ward Williams Wissman Wood D. Wright Marcum Marcum Marsh Marshall D. McCla'na han T. McClana- hain McCollough McShane Moody Muller Mullins Munn Ouzts Pace Peter Pfi ng stag Reid Rolke Rudy Ruff Schumann Shaw Shelton Showalter G. Smith P. Smith Somori Speaks Titus Tudor Ulmer Unterbrink Weaver Wegner Wehrman Wiebking M. Wright Younkman Ziebell Zimmerman NOT PICTURED Doyle Flake Haller Lampe C. Miller S. Miller Morgan Nickum Rusk Swisher Agostini Armstrong Bardoft Berry Boles Borgel Bossetf Buechner Chapman Church Clem Combs Davidson K, Day M. Day Dean Ellsberry Fuyard Flake Flynn SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Sharon Frokes, Secretory, Jack McMillin, Treasurer, Bill Spitzer, President, and Don Corken, Vice-President, admire their trophies. 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King Kinney Klein KOPP Lathrop Leever Little Ludlow Mays McClanahan McCollum McCord Meyer Middleton D. Moore Y. Moore Munn Murphy Murray Nichols Pape Perry Phillips Platt Rechtiene Remke Rhodes Richardson C. Richey H. Richey Rollins Roush l. Schaeter M. Schaefer Schatzman Schieszler Schulte Schummer Senior Shannon Spraker Staub Steingruk Stivers Todd Tolbert Trabish Tucker Ventura Wagers Walter Walters Wellman Wettengel Wettsfein Wilce B. Yenke R. Yenke Zike Royse Rubel Samson Sargent Schlotterbeck Schmitt L. Schneider M. Schneider Shaw Shockley Smith Spitzer Stone Sutton Swim Tindall Ulmer Vance Van Gorkom Van Ness B. Ward C. Ward Wegelin Weil Wittmeyer Wolfangel Wolfe Wolven NOT PICTURED Brewsa ugh Haywood Hel? rom Meyer Schultz Williams Wilson Dick Sargent, Lee Ann McCollum, Steve Francis, and Karla Ma- slowski are counting the tax stamps for the industrious Sophomore Class. :.,, - gl , K A 'c f .5 : .is..-is . sw ' -- ,. . 1 i,,i-qsgriqzi 1 9, ,. ,i.. - .Q ,S X f :Q is lliilffeff:-' V' 1- 'i fllgsx amen f "T , vm is I , i . . I ,ig ' ff . . L : -2-ni .. 1 - . '- A A f - . X. . f These Freshman officers: James Richard Smoof, President, and begin their years at Anderson. Brown, Secretary, Philip Burns, Vice-President, Ronald Camden, Treasurer, open fhe door fo H .::u,:qf:'I is-.',sa"az'ef:ae'fHa:F.wHwfii:'.s4Em ss.: - :J S 9 J- Hart..-" -' -2.-:gg-..'-: . ,Q ', sn' 5 8 , : ., .:.'f:f.r.:2. .- rs. -.z :isa ?i."' Ie 5225? 521-55' P :: 'E i..:G- EE 335 4 3, sf Q -' - fwfr if ,,. N , ,fm E Y Y .. fi . 1- : Q - 1 i -32 " W . k H gf- 1' 1 K .- 5, A z.-w 1 m y 5 fr: ' H 'K f.---1? if B 121' is . 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Brown J, Brown Burg Caplinger Caplinger Carroll Channell Conover Cook Cooper Davis Dryer Dunbar Duncan Duvall P. Baker Barker Behymer Bellew BOPP Bowen Bridges Brinkman Burns Buschur Bybee Camden Christiansen Clark M. Cole R. Cole C. Day J. Day Dierker Dietz Eberle Elam Ellsberry England Enzweiler Froehlich Froehlich Gear Hanson Hausrnan Hawkins Hazelbaker Horton Howes Jackson Jahnke Konop Karla Kutchera Lanier Marcum J. Marshall M. Marshall Maslowski Menke Mesmer Meyer Mohr FRESHMEN: Bonnie Kenner, Betsy Tvrdy, and Jack Howes make an enthusiastic entry in the annual Homecoming floaf processional. Freshmen ' G"""' .V V ,V f ,, G ff . .QQ 5-,Q ' 2' 1- - V1 JV-an SP ' , if ' 1: Q E1 0 P. 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P1 fy . f , Y-grab .5 NOT PICTURED Anderson Hogue Borgerding Leaman Elbisser Scanlon Murphy Myers Neal Noble Owen Pangburn Pearce Pfeffer Poloanz Robe Ramey Remke Roetting Rogers Rose Rose Ryall Sanborn Sander Schick Seiter Semonis Seyffer Shaw S n owde n Sorrell Sta nkorb Steele Summers Swisher Taggart Tarvin Walker Weaver Weil Wendell Winkelbach Wissinger Wittmeyer Worth Nordmeyer Obermeyer Olsson Otto Philhower Pierce Pinnell Pirman Rhein Richards Richardson Robinson Royse Ruark Rudy Ruess Schweitzer E. Scott R. Scott Sears Shoemaker V. Smith W. Smith Smoot Stelter Stone Strickmeyer Sturgeon Tindall Turner Tvrdy Unterbrilnk Wettenge Wiggins Wilhoit Williams Wright Wykoit Young Zeisler WILLIAM M. JUDD EDWARD B. WRIGHT LOUIS W. GRAF, Jr. P. C. MUHLBERGER President Vice-President Member Member GEORGE G. WHITE PEGGY GILFILLEN PAUL WEIS Member Clerk Curriculum Coordinator Forest Hills Board of Education Administration MILDRED FIGGINS Secretary 45 ELLEN RICKEY Secretary HERSCHEL D. WEST Superintendent l 'l To the Seniors - High school graduation does not represent the end of the road but rather a bend in the road. The achieve- ment of such a goal is no time to rest on your oars. The greatest danger that can come to mankind is the danger inherent in self-satisfaction and self-gratihcation. The Parable of the Talents teaches us that we must strive to improve and to build upon those God-given abilities which, if developed properly, will yield a large measure of satisfaction. A noted writer once said, "The darkest hour in any man's life is when he sits down to plan how to get money without earning it." There probably is nothing more important to young people today than the realization that there is power in self-restraint, power in knowledge, and power in prayer. Discover yourself, glorify yourself, trust in God, and your future will be assured. Congratulations, and best wishes. E. W. Titus E. WAYNE TITUS Principal T , -' J. wALTeR Reece 57", -.. 7 , 3.1. W Assistant Principal '. ., .T - T MARTHA E. SILVER Secretary O I O Administration 46 Miss JEAN SHOPE Wilmington College, B.S. Shorthand, Typing, Office Practice. Mr. ROGER B. GROOMS Wilmington College, B.S. Dramatics, Speech, American History. Miss VIRGINIA SMITH Ohio University, B.S. Bookkeeping, Typing l, Shorthand l. Mr. JOSEPH P. SHAFER Ohio State University, B.S., M.Ed. Chemistry. Mrs. RUTH S. KERSHNER University of Cincinnati, B.A. English ll, Ill. Mr. JOSEPH CRUSE University of Cincinnati, B.S., M.Ed, World History, American His- tory. Faculty Mr. CHARLES L. BROWN Miami University, B.S. World History, Sociology. Miss VERA M. NASH Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., University of Cincinnati, M. Ed. University of Kentucky, School of Library Science, Librarian English lV. Mrs. MARY H. STRUKE Miami University, B.S. English IV, Spanish. Mr. KENNETH J. FURRIER Miami University, B.S. American Problems. Mr. JOSEPH MOLER Wilmington College, B.S. Mechanical Drawing, Industrial Arts Mrs. NATALIE NEILL Hanover College, B.A. English Ill, Journalism. Mr. FREDERICK COX University of Kentucky, B.S. Algebra I, II. Miss ELIZABETH MADDOX Ohio University, B.S., University of Paris. French, Latin, Mr. HAROLD LONGWORTH Union College, B,A. General Business, Sales, Law.. Mr. RICHARD TOBIN Xavier University, B.S. English I, II. Miss HELEN MERZ Hanover College, B.S. English I. Mr. ERCEL R. FRYER Transylvania College, B.S. University of Kentucky, M.S. General Science. Miss RACHEL BRYANT Miami University, B.S. General Mathematics, Algebra I. Mr. FREDERICK PAULY Bowling Green State University, B.S. Industrial Arts. Mrs. MARIAN T. WRIGHT Ohio University, B.S. Health. Mrs. PAULINE MINDER Ohio University, B.A., M.S. Home Economics. Mr. DONALD WIXSOM Ohio State University, B.S. Biology. Miss DORIS MITCHELL Wilmington College, B.S. Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigo- nometry. Mrs. THELMA MORGAN College of Nursing and Health, University of Cincinnati, R.N. School Nu rse. Miss CAROL HEXT University of Cincinnati, B.S. B.App.Arts, Art. Mr. QUENTON D. MILLER University of Cincinnati, B.S. Boys' Physical Education. Mrs. DOROTHY W. SCOTT Miami University, B.S. Girls' Physical Education. Mr. WESLEY RITCHEY University of Cincinnati, B.S. World History, Geography. Mr. LEONARD BLACK Ohio University, B.S. Industrial Arts iElectricity and Metal World. Mr. RICHARD WESP University of Cincinnati, B.S., College Conservatory of Music. Vocal Music. Mr. VIRGIL H. WILSON University of Cincinnati, B.S., College Conservatory of Music, B.M., Xavier University, M.Ed. Instrumental Music. Service Personnel Malron Violet Gaffney Bus Drivers: ROW ONE: Howell, Broxferman, Waller, Knabe, McCoy, Justice. ROW TWO: M Dielifian Carr, Ellsberry, Ulmer, McDaniel, C. Carr, Wiffmeyer, E. Taylor, A. Taylor, Wilferf. Cusfodians: Mclnfosch, Roesch, Marshall, Biedenlnarn, Jones, Dunn. Louella Reece kr' . - 5 we ' 1 3: llm' Cafeteria Sfaff: ROW ONE: Jones, Wolfangel, Mechlin, Askew, Ragland, Perry. ROW TWO: Borgel, Grcxbel, Bowen, Ludlow, Ingram, Burck, Metre, Herget, Mack, Channel, Leuser. 51 53 3 sir' 55 4? if 5 Q Organization Organizations play a major role in the life of the students at Anderson. The clubs give members an opportunity to learn about the world they will enter after high school, to strengthen qualities of leadership, to develop their talents further, and to serve the school. Training for and learning about the field that a senior wishes to enter after graduation is very important, hence the existence of such groups as FBLA, FTA, Health Careers, Latin, and Science Clubs. To suggest job possibilities in the post high school world, local industries invite such organiza- tions to visit their plants. The training process is served by the pupils' actual participation in activities in their chosen fields, FTA members ocassionally assume teaching respon- sibilities in elementary classes, and Health Career members assist in Cincinnati Hospitals. All the clubs afford ample opportunities for the exercise of qualities of leadership. Even though a student isn't elected to an office, he may serve on numerous committees. For those who care to pursue further a specific field, such as music or iournalism, the Band, various choruses, Glee Club, the Lantern, and the Andersonian welcome recruits. To improve the school is the aim of the service clubs: Hi-Y, Key Club, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Student Council, Varsity and Proiection Club. They give their time to aid school projects and their money to further worthy school causes. f f fx Qpxf A ,227 Omcers: Jeanne Johnston, Secretary, Walter Reece, Adviser, Robert Cardone, President, Theodore Borgel, Vice-President, Richard Worley, Treasurer. 0 Student Councll Members: Cardone, Johnston, Fletcher, Salters, Armstrong Hudson, Waddell, Schieszler, Clark, Gragg, Kendall, Herget, Crowthers, Schmitt, Henclerlight, Reece, Adviser, Smoot, Spitzer Pinkvoss, Good, Pobanz, Cooper, McCollum, Sargent, Clough I f I Heis, Sanborn, Pearce, Mishler, Daugherty, Doggette, Elder Worth, Worley, Ford, Houze, Walters, Borgel, Perry. Not pic tured: Winkleboch, Montgomery. 54 Associate Editor Marilyn Underwood Business Manager Jerry Todd Editor Barbara Herget Lantern Adviser Page Editors: ROW ONE: F. Speaks, M. Klotter, M, Wright, S, Nichols. ROW TWO: F Nqfqlie Neill Portner, J, Doggette. Reporters: ROW ONE: Kendall, Osborn, Meeker, Zimmerman, Marcum, Armstrong, Bateman. ROW Brinkman, Gorman, Winkle, Masters, Obermeyer. THREE: Havens, Munn, Dudley, Rolke, Duggan. ROW TWO: Fletcher, Leisure, Clough, Hasz, Platt, 55 Editors: Sherry Richards, Sandra Pearce, Co-Editors, Jeanne Johnston, Associate Editor. sistant: William Worth, Typist Gayle Anderson . . .4 'Mit Business Manager: Gerald Schieszler. As- s c' fp : 13 as ,L Q Adviser Ve ra M. Nash Andersonian Literary Editor Patrick Elder ,MQW 2,53 22 'iw .H Division Editors: Armstrong, Judge, Ross, Burns, Corken, Good, ROW TWO: Todd, Winkle, Gragg, Dudley. li' I Circulation Staff: Buschur, Gerhardf, While, Managers, Weil, Keller, Lawson, Hergef, Johnson, Montgomery, Lan- caster, Meeker, Warlord, Brockschmidf, Sharp, Tomlinson, Advertising Staff: Zimmerman, Pirman, Marcum, Meier, Pinkvoss, Weaver, b Kunz, Jones. ROW TWO: Rhein, Daily, Vanhoose, Wrighl, Arnold. O ermeyer, Kendall, Schwarz. Ari' Staff: Emma Jusfes, Donna Kendall, Sue Kennedy, Edilorf Terry Hampton Cnof picfuredj. Underclass Staff: Mary E. Martin, Sue Rhodes. Ellen Pore Grand Gold Key Sondra Pearce, Kay Ross Scholarship Keys ln order that scholarship keys may be more meaningful, the procedure by which they may be obtained has been revised. In general, standards and time limits for the attainment of keys have been raised. The following procedure is in effect: l. Points are figured on semester grades. Points are awarded as follows: A - 4 points, B - 3 points. 2. The first key which may be earned is the Bronze, which re- quires 36 points earned by the end of the Sophomore year. 3. The Silver Key requires 72 points earned by the end of the Junior year. 4. The final key is the Gold, requiring lO8 points. Gold Key: Richards, Pace, Burns, Ryall, Winkle, Salters. ROW TWO: Peter, Portner, Worth, Todd, Cordone. 58 Silver Key: ROW ONE: Johnston, Leisure, Armstrong, Buschur, Hurney, Emmert, T. Jensen, Silver, Elder, Curnayn, Waddell Brockschmidt, lnlow, Floyd. ROW TWO: Judge, Mishler, Staub, Justes. ROW FOUR: Gibson, Doggette, Ford, Borgel, Kirby, J White, Tudor, Schmidt, Pfingstag, Martin, Williams. ROW THREE: Jensen, Stiles. Bronze: ROW ONE: Murphy, Klotter, Chambers, Ryan, Howes, Muller, ROW TWO: Armstrong, Wolven, Nichols, Havens, Meeker Platt, M. Schaefer, Fletcher, ROW THREE: I. Schaefer, Kennedy, Hendershot, Silver, Harne, Marshall, Masters, McDaniel, Schlot Terbeck. ROW FOUR: Rhodes, Kittrell, Mullen, Wright, Schwarz Heywood, Cowperthwaite, Mullins, Sharp. ROW FIVE: Walters Houze, Peggy, Anderson, Gress, Nichols, Wegelin, Stein. ROW ONE: Porfner, Clough, Sounder, Brockschmidf, McDaniel, Pefer, Silver. ROW TWO: Bopp, Elder, Nichols, Doggerfe, Salters, Klorier, Schlofterbeck, Tudor, Rhodes, Heywood, Pierce, Emmerf, Graveff, Waddell, Often, Houze, Ellioff. Scholarship Team ROW ONE: Cardone, Warlord, Duncan, Tvrdy, Heeb, Romundo, McDaniel, Elder, Mullen, Worth. ROW TWO: Pearce, Hurney, Cannon, Martin, Robinson, Korb, Marshall, Plaff, Hergef. 60 Band Officers: Barry Schmitt, President lCenterl: s W.. ,Af Band Planning Board: Silver, Kunz, Wilson, Holmes, Schmitt, Chapman Perry, Jensen, Todd, Wolfangel. til Jerry Chapman, Vice-President, Jeannie Kunz, Secreta ry-Treasu re r. Band Color Guards Nancy English Sandy Johnson Karla Maslowski 61 Drum Major and Assistant Barry Schmitt, Dennis Schmitt Maiorettes: Joan Wolfangel, Delores Weaver, Linda Grayson, Norma Butts, Jeannie Kunz, Barbara Bradford. Anderson Symphonic Bancl Sara Lehr Flutes Donald Houze - I Adeline Schmidt Marian Swisher - Il Sue Kutchera Juanita Sturgeon Sandra Duncan Oboes Sharon Beoddy - I Sandra Nichols -ll English Horn Sandra Duncan Bassoons Laurella Lederer - I Donald Perry - ll Clarinets Thomas Jensen - I tLucille Sharp Carol Schlotterbeck Lana Kinney Judy Walker - ll iPaulene Keller Karen Van Gorkom Barbara Baeuerlin Alene Bean Gene Anderson i'Seniors Piccolo Clarinets Trumpets Marlene McCoy - III Christine Worth Charles Pearce Kay Wendall Diane Moore Sue ltin Alto Clarinets Jackie Korb TJoan Wolfangel Bass Clarinets John Middleton Terry Knabe Contra-Bass Clarinet 'iTed Borgel Alto Saxophones 'iJerry Chapman - Jeannie Kunz Ruth Meeker - ll Betty Ward Tenor Saxophone John Rolke Baritone Saxophone TPete Bromer Cornets Richard Holmes - Gordon Gear Dennis Nichols 62 Keith Pape - I Pete Wettstein - Il Jim Miller Gus Schieszler Bill Heil Gilbert Sears - Ill Bobbie Tarvin Bob Wilhoit Baritones Jerry Silver David Martin Chuck Osmond Edna Buschur French Horns tDorothy Buschur Marty Bopp - III Joan Pinkvoss Dennis Schmitt - lV George Hill Trombones Uerry Todd - l William Nolan David Ryall - ll Larry Mason Forrest Heis - Bass Bob Kelly - Ill Ron Scarborough Recording Basses Ed Proske - I Jack Tucker John Wood Sousaphones Jerry Meyer Lee Galtney String Basses Jo Comstock Rita Ramundo Bill Spitzer Bass Drums Judy Carson 7iCharlotte Gragg Snare Drums Bill Armstrong - i'Emma Justes Louis Bloom Joe Walters -ll James Gress 'Charlotte Gragg Cymbals Donna Borgel Tympani 7iBarry Schmitt i'Seniors Clarinet Ensemble: J. Korb, C. Schlotterbeck, T. Jensen, J. Middleton, L. Sharp 63 Mixed Ensemble D. Helm, S. Mishler, K Ross C Daily J Winkle, W. Worth, R Wegner R Hoftmcm, Flute Ensemble Donald Houze, Adeline Schmidt, Drum Ensemble E Justes, B. Schmitt, J. Wolters W Armstrong, J. Gress, C. Gregg. 2 af ill? EL li Boys Octet R Smoot, R. Scarborough R Hottmon J Silver, D. Helm, T, Block burn W Worth R. Wegner. Boys' Chorus: ROW ONE: Wettengel, Howes, Secretory: Buschur, Pinkvoss, Baumann, Gralt. ROW FOUR: Furman, Coplinger, Sears, ROW TWO: Pinnell, Latham, Camden, Scott, Weil, Hoffman, Rolke, Spraker, Behymer, Spitzer, Vice-President, Jones, Ulmer, President, ROW THREE: McCIdnahan, Flake, Royce, Gollahan, Treasurer, Morgan. Boys' Chorus Accompanists: Kitty Hurney, Lee Ann McCollum, Linda Younkman. Triple Trio: ROW ONE: Ellen Pace, Ingrid Schaefer, Janet Gorman. ROW TWO: Sandy Ragland, Benita Hay, Bonnie McDaniel. ROW THREE: Carol Ellsberry, Charlene Zim- merman, Sandra Kittrell. Mr. Wesp - Director . L 4 , M35 gf, ef ia 2- 'Q' W A, G V ,f , , A ' , ,, . , W- U -: z wfiieafig V, , L' F :Pt figs 1 E V f x 3 - 1- , f -A 5- mg y Q' ru ll 3' T M M' TM' ROW ONE: Titus, Richardson, McClanahan, Armstrong, Yaunk- man, Clough, McCollum, P. Wolfangel. ROW TWO: Owen, Cardone, Gregory, Henderlight, Baker, Luh, Christophel, Duvall. ROW THREE: Stiles, Blackburn, Smoot, J. Silver, ROW ONE: Murphy, Klein, Chambers, Guinther, Stone, Bromer, Ouzts, Elder, Pace, Obermeyer, McCollum. ROW TWO: Buschur, Warford, Weil, King, lnlow, Cook, Pobanz, Crapsey, Adams, F. Keller, P. Keller. ROW THREE: Hague, Ellsberry, Garman, Robin- Brockschmidt, Lawson, Burns, Buschur, Osborn. ROW FOUR: Helm, Partner, Wegner, Spraker, Spitzer, Rhodes, Mishler, Konop, Daily, B. Staub, Harne. Girls' Glee Club son, Ragland, Howlett, Martin, Wolven, McDaniel, Hay, M. McDaniel. ROW FOUR: Ruark, Pierce, Schaefer, Hornsby, Heeb, Kitfrell, Hinners, Richards, Zimmerman, Olsson, Dean, Smith. Members: ROW ONE: Ruloel, Ward, Hoeltge, Ellis, Elder, Ventura. Barge-l, King, Dean, Kramer, O'Brien. ROW FIVE VanGOrkorn ROW TWO: BGFCl0Fl, Boles, Ellsberry, OOl4S, 5ChC19f6F, Ragland, Heywood, Lathrop, Huedepohl, Carson, Hittinger Mullen Kopp, Keller. ROW THREE: Day, Wolven, Havens, Little, Manning, Kinbgum, Fogg, Flake, Gilkerson. ROW FOUR: Maslowski, Tolbert, Moore, Officers: Schlotterbeck, Vice-President, Moore, Treasurer, Raymond, Secretory, Murphy, Representative, Phillips, Publicity, Hoeltge, lnter-Club Re-p,, Yenke, World Fellowship, McDaniel, Music, Kinney, Worship, Gorman, Social, Rhodes, Inter-Club Rep., Ward, Service Proiects: Smith, Adviser: McCollum, President, X Junior- Y-Teens 7 I iffil: f V.. X14 5 X f , f Outstanding Y-Teen Squad Member M. West, Leader Jeanne Johnston C. Lawson J. Greer P. Keller N. Coleman G. Good J. Gomien J' Wlnkle Officers: ROW ONE: Masters, Worship S- RYCUJ Nichols, Publicity, Wolfangel, V.-Pres. J, White Pinkvoss, Treas, ROW TWO: Hurney, Music C. Brockschmidt J. Obermeyer Club. Senior ROW ONE: Jones, Pace, Loaring, Raymond, J. Ouzts, Floyd, Marcum, Inlow, Ruft, Leisure, Shaw, Weaver. ROW TWO: Arm strong, Klotter, Younkman, Yenke, Wissman, Combs, Ivers, Duvall Miller, Chambers, Hamilton, ROW THREE: Luh, Nichols, Zimmer man, Rhein, Keller, Gerhardt, Ryan, A. Ouzts, Arnold, Grayson Underwood. ROW FOUR: West, Gomien, Herget, Obermeyer, Kennedy, Marshall, Yazell, Mitchell, Montgomery, Judge, Brock schmidt. ROW FIVE: Martin, Lehr, Justes, Harne, Hendershot, Pirman, Inter-Club, Kunz, Sec., Burns, Pro gram, Corken, Squad, Johnston, Pres. Mitchell, Adviser. N. Pic.: Leisure, Inter- 1 I Binkley, Smith, Rust, Schumann, Wiebking, Christophel. ROW SIX: Comstock, Mullins, Munn, Kennedy, Theurer, J. Hannan, McShane, Howlett, Ferone, Grant, Brown. ROW SEVEN: Ross, Anderson, Richards, Sharp, White, Lawson, S, Hannan, Greer, Pfingstag, Mishler, Daily. ROW EIGHT: Pearce, Coleman, John- son, Bradford, Clinger, Tomlinson, Schwarz, Cannon, Cowper- thwaite, Winkle, Kendall. Q Members: ROW ONE: Jones, Phillips, Howes, Guinther, Floyd, Black, Murphy, Rubel, Kutchercu, Armstrong, Pcice. ROW TWO Johnke, McCoy, Ellis, Chambers, Elder, B. Word, R. Meeker, Lederer, Korb, Walker. ROW THREE: Romundo, Nichols, Worth Brinkman, Wilmink, Forg, Fluke, D. Duvclll, G. Meeker, Boles ft-,QQii1if'fii?i ' 5 . L .. ,MM .12 .J s Q... ,W . ., M .1 ,, . I ROW FOUR: Kennedy, Justes, Hendershot, Schmidt, Swisher, Mor- tin, Lehr, Wissmun, Howlett, Ferone. ROW FIVE: McDoniel, Munn, Smith, Hurney, Word, Kinbcxum, Gorman, King, B. McDaniel, Mullins. ROW SIX: Pearce, Borgel, Rhodes, Cowperthwcite, Cannon, Tomlinson, Lothrop, Heywood, Sharp, VonGorkom. Girls' Athletic Association Voss, Rec. Sec., M. Duvoll, CUFF. SCC Kennedy, Out. Chairmen. Officers: J. Wolfongel, Trecis., S. Hannon Soc. Chairman, C. Brockschrnidt, V.-Pres G. Good, Pres., D. Scott, Adviser, J. Pink Outstanding Members of 1959: Honor Girl - Glenna Good Achievement- Carol Brockschmidt Winning Teams: Soccer - Sophomores Volleyball - Freshmen Basketball - Freshmen Baseball - Freshmen Gail Armstrong learns batting techniques from Mrs. Scott while Joan Wolfangel and Sue Heeb wait their turns. AA,AuAAAALQAAA4AAA.nAAmp.Aa.n. -nangA vvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvs-vw vvwvv ROW ONE: Clough, Raymond, Hickson. ROW TWO: Martin, Richards, Zimmerman. ROW THREE: Mishler, McShane, King, Clinger, Maslowski, Floyd, Marcum, Caplinger, Pace, Arm- strong. The Fellowship of the Hi-Y accepts the purpose: "To create maintain, cmd extend, throughout the home, school, and com munity, high standards of Christian character." Officers: Patrick Elder, President, Harold Longworth, Adviser, Jerry Todd, Treasurer, Thomas Meier, Vice-President, Fredrick Partner, Chaplain, David Peters, Secretary. Jim Gress, Tom Often, Dennis l-lavlin, Hi-Y mem- bers, polish up to heat Key Club. Mm-1:efwweww 4- W M , ,. , V . M me wixw 4 A Q : well.::,1x-is-awrww P wwf, gggifgge, .5 .5 3553, .W5,,+3g,,5 ,N Q3Qg:M,m5 2 it 1 x I r x withal Q ,T T X. its ,, V . . K Mt is ,Bl wfwsffm'::.1f::-wi. W-,1,,,,, :KW tr? A wwggw .. , si. M.. ,Q 1- M, ,J .,x-sA,,., , -. it X3 af ?'NXaiS'i S "1 5f!'Hi'J'ff it vii QW we :sms Ls sm sz: :::f::1f' W -sfg:,,::f:: -sf "vwYQ.:,-, f ' , 54135552 Members: ROW ONE: Richards, Fayard, McEIhaney, Moorehous, Ziebell, Wykohj Kindred. ROW TWO: Gress, Often, Forg, Schmidt, Schrage, Eversole, Pinkvoss. 72 A member of Key Club pledges to uphold the objectives ot Key Club International, to build his home, school, and community, to serve his nation and God and combat all forces which tend to undermine These institu- tions. Officers: Frank Curnayn, Treasurer, Ronald Word, VlCe'P"e5lClenli Roger Gfoomsf Adviser: John DO9' Carl Crowthers, Tom Cardone, Gary Fletcher, Key Club members practice gette, President, Thomas Shelton, Secretary, defense matics. EW lsltf fy g,,Q,,.mfw , am, ,w dgswfgwi. H' ,www J ,hx 1 no-sfTicff M.:J",f's2s, "ti" 'Z S5- 'P iffmffiif-Q7 fw+r3'ji.'iNif-v7W?fS?!s ,-1 :Sf T Wk ,J---H.,ffza2rr:,tram, qfrigrmjy.,:t,sgsfgs.f,g,,,w,v-, Us , It v , , ,N tw u WW, 5 Yr , W, sf "iw swyfx' 5211353 fe' .E Limbs? ru .,,,,.,, ,,,.,. sf so ii,c , i, f st .,4,-s'?rs-tw,a..i,,i,W use f-eb sw,-,-,sm sw , ., JM-P? Kflilftvitf -Wwlkhf W f ,SQL Inj ,'3i'3,.23Z-ysffy ggi? Je-nsysfif -V New-it-me ssaw y. fs S, ', wwf A ,Qw.M,,,W 3 A is mn . ,,, ,asm S fl arm --ufbf? Wd-si Sfsslflffi iw 'TL' fl AG? ' ' " ,.+s5.:, ss 1,,- J, 5-W., ,g,ws,g,,W .,,,k,,,s,.,.,,,,,,s ,,.,5s,,,,, at I Hi sy-if M "1f"jWw 'Q 631-M JJWZIU ,fw1:,fv' ig , f sf,-fp, 5. S 'lim f Wm --,A 1-sf m MMV S4 " is f. V i . , ,L As., .,,i,,,,,,,1. ,,,,,.. , ,.,,,t sf Caps., M, -,C 5 As- , , 4 Cjrwulf. J f-'MQ53 1 NYG-iff:-ri f , ' V Ul4VZ'ff'3vvw, Vlifvff-,-,.3,5 J" V W, .r-W,-W, fi 13, ,Eymifsfz,,,,fin,4,,,V,sf . , S nm ,.,, ..,,,,,,wg , S 5 sms. 3,35 ,J z Q 6 Members: ROW ONE: H. Crowthers, Marz, Anderson, Ulmer, Cardone, ROW THREE: Russell, Fletcher, Peter, Heil, Fahrlender, Kirby, Rolke, Schmitt, C. Crowthers. ROW TWO: Gibson, T. Titus. Cardone, Daily, Schieszler, Spitzer, Dougherty, Walters, R. A. 4 Varsity Club Officers: Wayne Ford, President, John Kirby Vice-President: Charles Brown, Adviser: James Eubanks, Treasurer: Richard Worley, Secretary. Members: ROW ONE: Fahrlender. ROW TWO: Waddell Fletcher, ROW THREE: Meier, Miller, Elder. ROW FOUR Keller, Gibson, Todd, Forg. ROW FIVE: Jensen, Daugherty Cardone, Bearse, Corken. ROW SIX: Rolke, Borgel, Hud san, York, Hornsby, Crowthers. Proiection Club Members: ROW ONE: W. Reece, Adviser: Meeker, Proske, Osmond. ROW FOUR: Gregory, Wegelin, Hili, Lammers, Wolven. ROW TWO: Hayden, Howes, Cramer. Schmitt, Pinnell. ROW THREE: McClanahan, Pinkvoss, ,A.,,t Adviser: Sec. Pep Club Members: ROW ONE: Rabe, Floyd, Black, McCoy, lnlow, Ellis, lvers, Howes, Korb, Walker, Kutchera, V. Ward, Obermeyer. ROW TWO: R. Meeker, Behymer, Raymond, P. Wolfangel, Kopp, Ragland, Keller, Johnston, Rhein, Pobanz, Boles, Klotter, Murphy. ROW THREE: Robinson, C. Meeker, J. Woltangel, M. Duvall, Flake, Forg, D. Duvall, Smith, Seiter, Ramundo, Nichols, B. Ward, Jones. ROW FOUR: Worth, Elder, Martin, Herget, Schlotterbeck, Gorman, Maslowski, B, McDaniel, Obermeyer, C. Ward, Yazell, Wendell, P. Yenke. ROW FIVE: B. Yenke, Howlett, Duggan, Com- K ' xx gnMJw,,,,,..Mff . . . . . , - .,,, ., . as , M: . N7 ' ig- Q , .y :QE iii f i . K K i s f , fl: je-51: E K 1 Kenneth Fu rrier Officers: Sue Kennedy, Treas., Danna Kendall, Pres., Gail Armstrong, V.-Pres, Marge Wright, Flag Beurers: John Van Gorkom, Steve Donaldson stock, O'Brien, Buschur, Mishler, Finnell, M, McDaniel, Grove Munn, Clough, Borgel. ROW SIX: Theurer, Ross, Hendershot Schmidt, N. Rhein, Tolbert, Day, Brinkman, Ruark, Kennedy Daily, Judge, Montgomery. ROW SEVEN: Richards, Rhodes Pearce, Mullins, Swisher, Vanhoose, Winkle, Van Gorkom, Gragg Kinbaurn, McShane, Linder. ROW EIGHT: Kittrell, Simonitsch Gaffney, Tarvin, Lathrop, Graff, Dudley, Wykoft, Meier, Ciinger Johnson, Tucker, Bradford. 25- 3' N is 3 g-: if is gf is' 4' 'ta' ""' Q ,r , 4, F, ,E 't' 9 I E B v W' Z! , 2' W, 23 ra.: fr ' Y ' an W l 'F 1 355.2 ff: P' Q-W -xl im 'Ly Y ' 't F- we , W - . , We .I V, 2-Z fr i i': Qtle EF: :E Je: 1 I Members: ROW ONE: Weaver, Schneider, Morgan, Ad viser, Baeuerlin, Treasurer: Borgel, Secretary, Johnson President: Armstrong, Vice-President, C. Little, Pro gram Chairman, Phillips, Ellis. ROW TWO: lvers, Ruff Zimmerman, P. Wolfangel, Good, P. Yenke, J. Wal fangel, Marcum, Mitchell, Murphy, ROW THREE: Jones, 1 Stivers, Ramundo, T. Little, Day, Clough, Martin 1 Ferone, Wilmink, Kinney, Chapman. ROW FOUR: Frakes, Grant, McShane, Tolbert, Rollins, Van Gorkom, King, B. Yenke, Schlotterbeck, Munn. ROW FIVE Clinger, Duggan, Hittinger, Tucker, Gaftney. Health Careers Club Future Teachers of America Members: ROW ONE: Jones, Ward, Hinkle, Floyd, Combs, Johnston, Rhein, Clark, Struke, Adviser. ROW TWO: Maslowski, Grayson, Arnold, Mitchell, Montgomery, Judge, Armstrong, Kunz, Daily. ROW THREE: Mishler, Marcum, Zimmerman, Clough Howlett, Masters, Marshall, Nichols, Schlotterbeck. ROW FOUR: Ramundo, P. Yenke, Rollins, Baeuerlin, Brockschmidt, Ptingstag, Justes, Sharp, Pearce. ROW FIVE: Kendall, Gragg, McShane, Vanhoose, Heywood, Cowperthwaite, Wright, Tomlinson, Clinger. I Officers: Barbara Herget, Treas- urer, Gerald Schieszler, Presi dent, Nancy Coleman, Vice President, Lura Mullins, secretary X Future Business Leaders Members: ROW ONE: Shaw, Meeker, Ruff, Ragland, Martin, Weaver. ROW TWO: Marcum, Ryan, Gomien Wilmink, Buschur, Rudy. ROW THREE, Schmidt, Arnold, Kunz, Rhein, Zimmerman, Oberrneyer. ROW FOUR Gerhardt, Daily, Ptingstag, Hannon, Kennedy, Judge, Montgomery. of America Telephone Operators: Williams, Ryan, Christophel, Mullins, Ayer, Cowperthwaite, Herget, Ryall, Schmidt, White. Officers: Joyce White, President, Jean Shape, Adviser, Martha West, V.-Pres., Paulene Keller, Sec., Kay Yazell, Reporter, .lo Ann Phillips, 2 Rep., Jo Ann Masters, 3 Rep., l Carol Lawson, 4 Rep. lNot picturedjz Barbara Howes, Treas. 77 Officers: James Gress, Tribunus, Elizabeth Maddox, Censor, Sue Rhodes, Consul, Kathy Murphy, Praelorg Carol Sch lofferbeck, Scriba-Quaesfor. Senatus Populusque Romanus Members: ROW ONE: Guinfher, lvers, Jahnke, Seyffer, Bopp, McCoy, Elder, Rudy, Kufchera, Rubel, Beocldy. ROW TWO Duvall, Lang, Robinson, Unterbrink, Ramundo, Moore, Wolven Remke, Chapman, Lederer. ROW THREE: Duncan, Ferone, Mc- Daniel, Tvrdy, Ifin, Konop, Dietz, Maslowski, Kinney, Pierce 1 ROW FOUR: Kinbaum, Pinnell, Olsson, Heywood, Hitfinger Carson, Marshall, Heeb, Bosseff, Gorman. ROW FIVE: Wegelin Heis, Perry, Hill, Wegner, Nichols, Osmond, Gregory, Pape Lathrop. Officers: J. Howes, V.-Pres., J. Pinnell, Pres., E. Fryer, Adviser, D, Duvoll, Serg., S. Heeb, Sec., E. Olsson, Reporter, P. Johnke, Treos. Biology Club Members: ROW ONE: Heywood, Moore, Wixsom, Adviser, Romundo, Murphy. ROW TWO: Perry, Lathrop, Nichols, McDaniel, Proske. ROW TWO: Wolker, Korb, Kufchero, Dunbor. Members: ROW ONE: Dieiz, Pierce, Peorce, SeyHer, Robinson. ' I Freshman Science C ub Officers: Donold Houze, President, Jean Elder, Secrefo ry. r SBR l Athletics The development of sportsmanship is almost synonymous with participation in athletics. No one who has participated in a good athletic program can leave that experience with- out a better understanding of the value of an honest but courteous rivalry. Leadership is another important by-product of sports. The team will not work to its greatest potential unless there is some one to urge the individual members on. There is a saying in Britain to the effect that the leaders of England are born on the playing fields of Eton. Anyone who has ever played in one of the team sports also recognizes the value of teamwork. He knows that no matter how good each member is, if they do not work to- gether they are not going to win. In sports the excellence of the team as a whole is recognized as the excellence of each member. There is nothing better than a good athletic program to strengthen the morale of a student body. A wide variety ot sports cannot help appealing to the majority of students. This common interest then spreads until the whole school is welded together into one compact group. 44 51 0 T Q3 Q zj gr rsr A I I ,Nx Mmurzs szcunns' i VISITURII i y iE i M ,L i ,, ,,g,,, , , C so is McNicholas . . . 38 Anderson . . . . 16 Anderson . . 16 Princeton . . . O Anderson . . 20 Sycamore . . . . . . 20 Amelia . . . O Anderson .. .. I4 R E D S Anderson . . . . 14 Harrison . . . . . 29 JSOHUE Jolmsfcf' Gull A'mS"'0"9 Colerain . . . . . l2 Anderson . . . . 12 Coploln Taylor ... .. 17 Anderson .. .. I8 Anderson .. . O Norwood . . . 8 Anderson ........... 20 Norfh College Hill .... 12 Richard Worley Capfain Jerry Daugherty Most Valuable Player Varsity Foofball, ROW ONE: Corken, McMillin, Hennike, Elder, ROW THREE: Miller, Coach! Lederer, Francis, Jensen, Callahan Massman, Corbin. ROW TWO: Hampton, Jackson, Daugherty, Eubanks, York, Hoffmeier, Wefrsfein, Borgel, Ford, Breeden Fayard, Gibson, Agee, Fletcher, Marz, Wegelin, Henderlighf. Worley, Ritchey, Coach. if , 1 ' K I N S KPAUSEJ REDSKINS! Judy Judge Sue Mishler Judy Theurer Kay Ross Jerry Daugheriy runs for another Touchdown, Coaches: Fred Pauly, Joe Miller, and Wesley Ritchey plan their sfrafegy. Reserve Football, ROW ONE: Smith, McMillin, Henderlighf, Burns, Winkelbach, Schweitzer, Wilhoit. ROW TWO: Wiggins, Rolke, Meyer, Pearce, Smoot, Heis, Church, Black, Coach. Varsiiy Basketball, ROW ONE: Worley, Kirby, Daugherly, Waddell, Kenner, Hudson. ROW TWO: Wolters, Callahan, Hornsby, Morz, Breeden, Ford, Cruse, Coach. Captain '58-'59 Basketball Senior John Kirby Varsify Cheerleaders: G. Armstrong, S, Mishler, K, Ross, J. Theurer, J. Judge, J. Johnston 84 Reserve Cheerleaders: Betfy lnlow, Lynne Rhein, Barbara Boles, Pam Ruork. Richard Worley Sandy Clough inof picfuredl, Reserve Basketball, ROW ONE: Montgomery, Smoof, Smith, Hicks, Henderlighf. ROW TWO: Bode, Francis Justice, Gress, Yenke, Cruse, Coach. 85 Sfaiisficians: J. Pinkvoss, K. Hurney, B. Kenner, P. Guiniher, L. Lederer. Coaches: Joseph Cruse, Wesley Ritchey. Wayne Ford Freshman Basketball, ROW ONE: J. Brown, F. Heis, K. Burns, R. Wilhoit, W. Smith ROW TWO: R. Wiggins, D. Owens, J. Pirman, M, Mesmer. 86 Sycamore 59 Anderson . 60 Anderson 50 Walnut Hills 57 Taylor . .. 61 Anderson Q. . . . 44 Anderson 60 Milford . . . 37 Anderson 68 Anderson . . . . . 72 Colerain . 38 Princeton . . . . 68 Anderson .... . . .- 47 Norwood . . . . 65 Withrow . 42 Anderson .. .. 64 Anderson 80 Hughes .... .. 61 Amelia .. 63 Anderson .. .. 59 Anderson 2 Anderson .... . . . 54 Mariemont O Madeira . . . . . . 50 Anderson 81 Anderson .... . . . 59 Harrison . 52 McNicholas 46 Anderson 64 Indian Hill .. 56 Purcell .. 58 Anderson .. .. 55 TOURNAMENT Anderson 76 Anderson .... . . . 81 Walnut Hills ........ . . . 66 Central . . . 77 Orson Hornsby 'Isf 0 0 Girls In Sports 3 The girls in gym class do calisthenics to Trim their figures. Turning somersaults helps keep the girls looking trim. I g,.,Z3f ,uf JD J . l X 4 'W' f i V ' g , B ' me .2 r an 1 if i ' , ' gi "1 k , f""' - N. ' v ,Q Y 1 M 3 i fjjf. , ,s 7 7-csggmr .. ATM' K 7-iA,'Z'v.g.. .N v , 1 ' an . We 1. fi wfiffiif lg , . gf1,,s.a.'1Xg . 1. , - "W" -W J. i 'K i:'Q, ff isiegn fif ,.., ffm i f'-V11-Pkg W-fic. r - .WS ,Q :pf -,iszgct if-:Q -- 5 J, - a t ., as f , ' 642, gi M - -2: Richard Orson Tom Mervyn Dennig Worley Hornsby Scarborough Keller Havlin Captain Baseball ROW ONE: Breeden, Halvin, Hornsby, Worley, Scarborough, Manager, Henderlight, Hennike, Fletcher, Smith, R. Wilhoit, Keller, Daugherty. ROW TWO: Brown, Coach, Titus, Shelton, Schweitzer, Manager. Willey, Callahan, Marz, Bode. ROW THREE: M. Wilhoit, f-5. ROW ONE: McGill, Miller, Forg, Todd, Kirby, Ford. ROW TWO: Beorse, Lederer, Anderson, Agee, Gibson, Moody. ROW THREE: Wiggins, Hofmeier, Fciyord, Ulmer, Corken, Groveft, Schmiif, Todd. Don Forg ond Jerry Todd woif Couch Pauly's gun. Track Golf Tecim members Philip Burress, Fredrick Portner, Williom Spitzer, Richord Remke, Sieve Francis, ond William .lusfice get insfructions from Coach Miller. 1-v' Mg 3'-'Q 5 X sf 4 Q E Q 2 xi 9 Pi S. 2 5 K1 Q Ks 4 Activities In this section are pictured the avtivities that complement the academic and the athletic programs of the school and help to give to the student certain marks of the educated person which the curriculum alone cannot provide. Plays presented by the Dramatics Depart- ment afford great opportunities for those individuals who are fascinated by the lure of spotlights and grease paint. They make available many of the experiences that a professional actor or actress would meet. What person can conceal a deep sense of pride when he sees the successful perform- ance of the play upon which he has lavished so much hard work? Highlighting the school year are the Senior Banquet, the Junior-Senior Prom, Senior Breakfast, Class Day, Baccalaureate, and, tinally, Commencement. To many students these events represent something of a goal, the end of a high school career, but to others they mark the beginning of a new and greater phase ot lite. I3 Z W, i v , JR Homecoming ROW ONE: N. Buffs, J. Kunz ROW TWO: B. Yenke, P. Keller T. Klein, L. Ellis. ROW THREE Kay Ross. Poi' Elder crowns Her Mciesfy, Kay Ross. J. Phillips, K, Murphy, B. Rubel, and B. Boles represent The Sophomores on their ride fo victory. 5215 Vim nf YY ,4. Homecoming Queen and Courf, Band Sweetheart and Her Court, ROW ONE: K. Yazell, J. Judge. ROW TWO: J. Johnston, J. Greer, K. Montgomery, G, Good. ROW THREE: Paulene Keller. Barbara Waddell, Band Sweetheart of 1958, greets Paulene Keller, Band Sweetheart of 1959. Awaiting the big moment are B. Schmitt, B. Waddell, O. Hornsby, T. Meier, and T. Fahrlender. L. Band Night 2 y ,S Z 45, ,S Q sw ii E .. - . Am, . -, S 1 sq 1 X ,, 5 g L When l'm with you, 0 Christmas Formal Mike Hennike, Dove Peters, and Bob McElhoney Mr. and Mrs. Titus get into the festive mood. eaf, drink, and ore merry. Jolly old Sf. Sproker. ,QA-K 95 ' "Once more you'll Tell me, Mama." Memo, I iusf cc1n'f suffer if any longer." "If come upon cz midnight clecl 96 Junior Class Play Pope . . . Memo . . . Emmo .... Joke . . . Mrs. Yoder Mr. Brendle Papa Is All CAST .. Bruce Ulmer .. Alice Grove .. Corol Floyd Gene Anderson . Joni Morcum Thomas Jensen R. Grooms, The Mod Director, relaxes during rehecursol break "Shoot quick, MisTer." 97 8 fr--mf, 'X 5 Wifi-gi 3 asf' r 1 ftm, ZAFIMQI ,251 M 6352? QQLQM L 15' Junior-Senior Prom Kenwood Country Club Moy 22, 1959 The beginning of on evening to remember. We could have danced all nighf. Juniors and Seniors fake Time ou? for refreshments. "Moy I have the last dance? 1, KX W Y z . ' '- :n?fQ M?NlQ H :vESVf59' Prom Queen Judy Judge Prom King C1 John Kirby Khorus Kuties, Tess Hompton, Jackie Eubonks, Glorio York, Corrie Crowfhers, Pixie Bromer, Theda Borgel, Opol Hornsby, Dolly Hovlin and Tino Smith donce to "School Days," Faculty Members, Ritchey, Block, Cruse, Titus, Miller, Furrier, Wix- som, Grooms, Brown, ond Reece assist Gerhordt, Judge, Theurer, Ross, Lowson, Greer, Pirmon, Corken, Keller, ond Johnson in "Tec1cher's Pet." Lucille Shorp and Emma Justes give a dialogue on the song, "She Soy." Judy Theurer puts her "French Heels" o for a snappy number. Class Day 1959 John Doggette, Carl Crowthers, Jerry Todd, Tom Meier, Jerry Denges, and Dick Wykoff use bongoes and the piano in their interpretation of "Be Mine." Sherry Richards pantomimes "Old Fash- ioned Girl" as Gary Miller and Jo Del Dunham iitterbug in the background, Judy Winkle informs Bill Worth that "Anything You Can Do" Janet Tucker, Ron Schweitzer, and Dick Pinkvoss look on as Bob I can do better. Cordone CMr. Groomsj shows att his Errol Flynn tie. "Well, girls, what happened this time?" asks Dick Worley lMr. Reecel after Kathy Warford iMiss Silverl has ushered in Judy Osborn and Pat Alsip. i ' if N rf ii ,, 75, gl f, - seytfsy 103 iti Y QQ , 7, Q Groduotes of I 959 Dr. Claude V. Courter Commencement 1 959 Superintendent H. D. West introduces the speaker, Dr. Claude V, Courter, Superin- tendent of Cincinnati Schools. Iflf' vl"f3-H 11l Sondra Pearce Kay Ross Honor Students Theodore Borgel Kiwanis Club Scholarship Sandra Johnson Y-Teen Scholarship E. Wayne Titus calls the roll as William Judd presents a diploma to Wayne Ford Kenneth Russell. Jeanne Johnston Outstanding Senior Award Richard Worley Booster Club Scholarship Student Council Scholarship Donna Kendall FTA Scholarship Ba rbara Herget PTO Scholarship Steps to Membership National Honor Society X it as 5 si .GQ fi Q fi. : Aff M wi,fs.- wz::g?w1..?Zi91'. se . ., 7 ft W in it Q, v ,V ww wegw, ggwifie :ewwwy 22 , we i . 21 we L . fiiii iigfyfn Mwig was is ,Q . , ess fs, wr ., it-. asia? i5 is is 1 rf- aan -wi.. 'Gs 'mfsis' .zz :ref 1: we -sf. .ffmm nf' Aw if sr ,'1fm'1z. ff P., iii 'twiixtmfft Fslgwfiig im we W... :5:.fe3e1ue A We sf fgi wwf c W1 Q: , .,, ,X fIQ, vW'Q., -g?L:2is?::'1 IQ: ,, ,yi 3154.5 ii! as swf: :wif A: wwf if Sh' 7 'SWR 5 Tiff' Fi .. Q? K 15, 4, g fazf.a:,.F, eeeM1rw.s, A X sw mf: m..,,i 3-,SE ,.,,.:+:z:af.P,.:, rigs Installing Members: ROW ONE: Ross, Pearce, Worth, Johnston, Todd. ROW TWO: Winkle, Burns, Struke, Nash, Titus. Newly Elected Members: ROW ONE: Pace, Pinkvoss, Armstrong. ROW TWO: Schmidt, Herget, Martin. ROW THREE: Curnayn, Masters, Silver, Peters. ROW FOUR: Hurney, Jensen, Cannon, Mishier. Barbara Herget receives her flower from Sherry Richards as Secretary Gerald Salters looks on. 106 yy. fy gif:-r ,, . Ha X 55 ut wr, 1 W ygrf I, A vw ...Nsyf - 4,41 Xifilfiiffi Ji PATRICIA ELLEN ALSIP - Business Coursey Annual 4y FTA 3,4y GAA l,2y Pep Club 4y Y-Teens 2,3,4. GAYLE LYNNE ANDERSON - College-Preparatory Coursey Terry Parker High School 2,3y Annual 3,4y FBLA 3,4y GAA 2,3,4y Y-Teens l,2,3,4y Class Play 4. SUSAN LEE ARNOLD - General Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Annual 4y Chorus l,2,3y FBLA 2,3,4y FTA 2,3,4y GAA l,2y Y-Teens 2,3. WILLIAM BARTELS - General Coursey Terrace Park l,2. WILBUR JUDSON BAUMANN - General Coursey Boys' Chorus 4g Football ly Key Club 3g Baseball Manager 3. LARRY FRANCIS BEHYMER - College-Preparatory Coursey Boys' Chorus 4y Chorus 2,3y Class Play 3,4y Hi-Y I, JUDITH ANN BINKLEY -- General Coursey McNicholas High School ly GAA ly Y-Teens 2,3,4. CHARLES THEODORE BORGEL - College-Preparatory Coursey Band l,2,3,4y Baseball 2,3,4y Football l,2,3,4y Hi-Y 4y Class President 4g Student Council 3,45 Varsity Club 3,4, Vice-President 4. Silver Key. WILLIAM GERALD BRIDGES - General Coursey Boys' Chorus 4y Football ly Track l. CAROL LEE BROCKSCHMIDT - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Chorus l,2,3,4y FTA 4y GAA l,2,- 3,4, Vice-President 4y Lantern 2,4y Proiection Club 3y Statistician 3y Y-Teens 2,3,4. Silver Key, PETER RALPH BROMER - General Coursey Band 2,3,4y Football l. CARLYN KAY BROWN - College-Preparatory Coursey Hughes Sy Y-Teens 4. Silver Key. SUSAN JEAN BURNS - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4, Division Editor 4y Cheerleader ly Chorus l,3,4y Glee Club 3g FBLA 3y FTA 2,3y GAA l,2y Na- tional Honor Society 3,4y Y-Teens 2,3,4, Program Chairman 4. Gold Key. DOROTHY ANN BUSCHUR - Business Coursey An- nual 4y Band l,2,3,4y Chorus 2,3,4y FBLA 3,4y GAA l,2,3,4y Y-Teens 3,4. Silver Key. ROBERT ANTHONY CARDONE - College-Preparatory Coursey Baseball l,2,3,4y Basketball ly Chorus l,2y Class Treasurer 3y Key Club 2,3,4y Miami Scholarship Team l,2,4y Student Council 4, President 4. Gold Key. SUSAN FAY CHANEY - General Course. .IEROLD CHARLES CHAPMAN - General Coursey Band l,2,3,4, Vice-President 4y Basketball ly Foot- ball l. Vice-President John Kirby, President Ted Borgel, Secretary Sandra Corken, and Treasurer Mervin Keller check date of Senior Commencement. Ely,?55iii5i1i2i5?iaLf'2' ln: at fliliilif ii3aiTlfiK8:i5v52W4?lN Me:-fx-A-vw-ff mm NANCY RUTH COLEMAN - College-Preparatory Coursey Chorus l,2,3,4, Librarian 2,3,4y FTA 2,3,4, Vice-President 4y National Honor Society 3,4y Pep Club 3,4y Y-Teens 2,3,4. Silver Key. SANDRA NEWELL CORKEN - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4, Division Editor 4y Chorus ly Class Secretary 4y FBLA 3g FTA 2,3y GAA I,2y Y-Teens 2,3,4y Class Play 4. RITA MAE COTTRELL - Business Coursey Norwood I,2y Amelia 3. CARL MELVYN CROWTHERS - College-Preparatory Coursey Band ly Basketball l,2y Class Vice-President 3y Football I,2,3,4y Key Club 2,3,4y Student Council l,2,4y Varsity Club 4g Class Play 4. FRANK EMMET CURNAYN - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Football l,2y Key Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4y Miami Scholarship Team I,2y National Honor Society 4. Silver Key. CAROLYN ANN DAILY - General Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Chorus I,2,3,4y FBLA 4y FTA 2,4y GAA l,2,3y Pep Club 3,4y Y-Teens 4. DANIEL MERELE DAVIDSON - College-Preparatory Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Key Club I. MICHAEL- RAY DAVIS - General Coursey Terrace Park I,2y Football I. JERRY ALAN DENGES - College-Preparatory Coursey Key Club 4y Miami Scholarship Team Sy Proiection Club 3g Student Council l,2,3y Class Play 4. Silver Key. JOHN RICHARD DOGGETTE - College-Preparatory Coursey Class Play 3,4y Class Treasurer Qy Football I,2y Key Club 2,3,4, President 4y Lantern 2,3,4, Sports Editor 3,4y Student Council 2,3y Track I,2,4. BRUCE MARTIN DUDLEY - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4, Division Editor 4y Lantern 4y Pep Club 3,4. Bronze Key. JO DEL DUNHAM - Business Coursey Terrace Park I,2y Girls' Glee Sy FBLA Qy GAA l,2y Y-Teens 3. GEORGE PATRICK ELDER - College-Preparatory Coursey Football l,2,3,4y Hi-Y 3,4, Vice-President 4y Student Council 4y Track l,3y Varsity Club 4. Silver Key. JAMES CURTIS EUBANKS - College-Preparatory Coursey Football I,2,3,4y Hi-Y 3,4y Track Sy Varsity Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. JESSE EVERSOLE - College-Preparatory Coursey Ba- tavia l,2y Hi-Y 4. THEODORE THURL F A H R L E N D E R - College- Preparatory Coursey Annual 4g Key Club 2,3,4y Pep Club Sy Student Council 2,3y Track I,2,3,4y Varsity Club 3,4. Bronze Key. WAYNE BURTON FORD - College-Preparatory Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Basketball l,2,3,4y Chorus l,2,3y Football I,2,3,4y Student Council 4y Varsity Club 3,4, President 4y Track l,2,3,4. Silver Key. DONALD ARTHUR FORG - General Coursey Football I,2y Hi-Y I,2,3y Track I,2,3,4y Varsity Club l,2. JAMES MARTIN GALVIN - College-Preparatory Coursey lvlcNicholas High School l,2. DOUGLAS CHARLES GEAR - General Course. JOYCE ANN GERHARDT - Business Coursey Annual 4y Chorus 2,3,4y GAA l,2y FBLA 3,4y FTA Sy Class Play 3y Pep Club 3yY-TeeI'1S 2,3,4. JEROLD MARVIN GILKERSON - General Course. JOYCE CAROL GLENN - Business Coursey Woodrow Wilson High School l,2. I3-Year Students, ROW ONE: Arnold, Rhein, Weaver, Ryall, Kirby, Crowthers, Partner, Borgel, Behymer, Wykott, Knaeuper, Jones, Coleman, Woltangel, Johnston. ROW TWO: Staub, Strickmeyer, Montgomery, Pinkvoss, Bromer. Kendall, Greer, White, Daily, Weil. ROW THREE: Todd, JUDITH ANN GOMIEN - Business Course, Annual 4, FBLA 4, GAA I,2,3, Y-Teens 2,3,4. GLENNA LEIGH GOOD - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Chorus 3,4, GAA I,2,3,4, President 4, Glee Club 2, Secretary 2, Health Careers Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, Latin Club 3, Proiection Club 3, Student Council 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. CHARLOTTE ANN GRAGG - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Band I,2,3,4, FTA 2,3,4, Glee Club 2, GAA I,2,4, Student Council 4, Pep Club 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. LINDA LEE GRAYSON - General Course, Terrace Park I,2, Chorus I,2, FTA 2,3,4, GAA I,2, Glee Club 3, Maiorette 4, Y-Teens 3,4. JANET LEE GREER - Business Course, Chorus l,3,4, Glee Club 2, GAA l,2, Y-Teens 2,3,4. TERRY LEE HAMPTON - General Course, Football l,4. JUNE EVELYN HANNAN - Business Course, GAA I,2, Y-Teens 2,3,4. SHIRLEY JEAN HANNAN - Business Course, Band 2, FBLA 3,4, GAA I,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Social Chairman 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. DENNIS LEE HAVLIN - College-Preparatory Course, Baseball 2,3,4, Football 3, Hi-Y 3,4, Projection Club 3. Bronze Key. BARBARA SUE HERGET - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, FTA 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, GAA Q, Lantern 3,4, Editor 4, Pep Club 3,4, Student Council 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, National Honor Society 4. Gold Key, RONALD WENDELL HOFFMAN-College-Preparatory Course, Chorus I,2,3,4, Boys' Chorus 4, President 4, Latin Club 3. ORSON HORNSBY - College-Preparatory Course, Chorus I,2, Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball I,2,3,4, Class Treasurer I, Student Council I, Varsity Club 2,3,4. JAMES CARL HUBBARD - College-Preparatory Course, Terrace Park I,2. JOHN STANTON JAY - Business Course. JOHN WILLIAM JENSEN - College-Preparatory Course, Royal Oak High School I,2, Football I,2,3,4, Varsity Club 4. Silver Key. SANDRA LEE JOHNSON - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Band Color Guard 3,4, Health Careers Club 3,4, President 4, GAA I,2, Pep Club 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Class Secretary 3. Bronze Key. NANCY JEANNE JOHNSTON - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Assistant Editor 4, Cheerleader I,2,3,4, Captain 4, Chorus I,2,3,4, Secretary 2,3,4, FTA 2,3,4, GAA l,2,3, Lantern I,2,3, Pep Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Student Council 2,4, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Worship Chairman 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Class Play 4. Silver Key, JUNE LYNN JONES - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, FTA 2,3,4, GAA I,2,3,4, Health Careers 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. Bronze Key. JUDY LYN JUDGE - Business Course, Annual 4, Divi- sion Editor 4, Cheerleader I,2,3,4, Chorus I, FBLA 3,4, Recorder 3, FTA 2,3,4, GAA I, Pep Club 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Class Play 3,4, 'Silver Key. CLARISSA MAE JULIEN - Business Course, Terrace Park l,2, Glee Club 3, GAA I, Y-Teens 2. EMMA JANE JUSTES - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Band I,2,3,4, Chorus 2,3, FTA 2,3,4, GAA I,2,4, Latin Club 2,3, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Statistician 3. Silver Key. 'I2-Year Students, ILEFT TO RIGHTJ: B. Schifrin, R. Hoitman, J. Denges, S. Richards, S. Hannan, J. Gomien L. Sharp. L , JOHN DAVID JUSTICE - Business Coursey Track I,2. MERVYN CHARLES KELLER - College-Preparatory Coursey Baseball I,2,3,4y Basketball I,2y Track ly Varsity Club 3,4y Class Treasurer 4. PAULENE KELLER - College-Preparatory Coursey An- nual 4y FBLA 3,4, Secretary 4y Glee Club 3,4, Presi- dent 4y GAA I,2. Bronze Key. DONNA MAYHEW KENDALL - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y FTA 2,3,4y Lantern I,4y Pep Club 3,4, President 4y Student Council 4y Y-Teens 2,3. SUZANNE KENNEDY - Business Coursey Stephen F. Austin High School ly Annual 4y GAA 3,4y Pep Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4y Y-Teens 3,4. RONALD WILLIAM KINDRED - Business Coursey Ter- race Park I,2y Hi-Y 4. JOHN ALLAN KIRBY - College-Preparatory Coursey Baseball Ip Basketball I,2,3,4y Football I,2y Class President I,3y Class Vice-President 4y Key Club I,2,3y Student Council I,2,3y Varsity Club I,2,3. GARY LYNN KLEIN - College-Preparatory Course. ROBERT STANLY KNAEUPER - College-Preparatory Coursey Terrace Park I,2. JAMES ALBERT KROEGER - General Coursey Chorus I,2. BARBARA LEE LANCASTER - Business Coursey Terrace Park I,2y Annual 4y Course 3y FBLA 3,4y GAA I,2y Y-Teens 3,4. GAIL HOWARD LANG - General Coursey Terrace Park I,2y Track I. CAROLE JEAN LAWSON - Business Coursey Annual 4y Chorus 2,3,4y FBLA 4y FTA 2,3y GAA ly Pep Club 3g Y-Teens 2,3,4. Bronze Key. PATRICIA ANN LOARING - General Coursey GAA Ip Y-Teens 3,4. JANET LOUISE LUDLOW - Business Coursey GAA I,2y Lantern Sy Y-Teens 2,3,4. JERRY WILLIAM MASSMAN - General Coursey Ter- race Park I,2y Basketball I,2y Boys' Chorus ly Chorus ly Football 2,3,4y Track I,2,3,4. ROBERT RICHARD MCELHANEY - Business Coursey Hi-Y I. JAMES ALFRED MCGILL - General Coursey Pep Club 4. CAROLYN JEAN MEEKER - Business Coursey Annual 4y Chorus 2y GAA I,2y Glee Club 3g Pep Club 4. ADOLF THOMAS MEIER - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Chorus I,2,3y Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice- President 4y Latin Club 2y Pep Club 4y Student Council 2,3y Track I,2,3,4y Varsity Club 2,3,4y Class Play 3,4. GARY LEONARD MILLER - College-Preparatory Coursey Football I,2,3y Track I,2,3,4y Varsity Club 3,4. WILMA JEAN MILLION - Business Coursey Terrace Park I,2. The coming of September brings college for these seniors, KAREN RUTH MONTGOMERY - Business Course, An- nual 4, Cheerleader I, Class Play 3, FBLA 3,4, FTA 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Student Council 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. JANET MARIE OBERMEYER - Business Course, Annual 4, FBLA 3,4, FTA 4, Lantern 4, Pep Club 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. Silver Key. JUDITH ANN OSBORN - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Chorus 4, Glee Club 2,3, FTA l,2,3, GAA I,2, Lantern 4, Latin Club l,2, Pep Club 3, Student Council 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. THOMAS HOWARD OTTEN - General Course, Foot- ball I, Hi-Y I. MATTIE ANN OUZTS - General Course, Terrace Park I,2, Glee Club 3,4, Vice-President 4, Health Careers Club 3, GAA I,2, Y-Teens 3,4. SANDRA KAYE PEARCE - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Editor 4, Chorus l,2,3, FTA l,2,3,4, GAA l,2,3,4, Lantern l,2,3, Associate Editor 3, Na- tional Honor Society 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Student Coun- cil 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. Grand Gold Key. DAVID HENRY PETERS - Business Course, Hughes High School I, Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 4. RICHARD BARRY PINKVOSS - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Boys' Chorus 4, Chorus 3, FBLA 3, Hi-Y I,2,3, Projection Club 3,4, SANDRA LEE PIRMAN - College-Preparatory Course, Bermuda Day Annual 4, GAA l,2,3, Student Council I, Y-Teens 2,3,4. FREDRICK ELMER PORTNER - College-Preparatory Course, Basketball 3, Chorus I,2,3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, Chap- lain 4, Pep Club 3,4, Lantern 2,3,4. LYNN JANE RHEIN - College-Preparatory Course, Terrace Park I,2, Cheerleader 4, Annual 4, FBLA 4, GAA I,2, FTA 2,4, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens 3,4, DONALD FORREST RICHARDS - General Course, Chorus 2, Hi-Y 2,3,4. SHERRY LEE RICHARDS - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Co'-Editor 4, Chorus 2, Glee Club 3,4, GAA I,2, National Honor Society 3,4, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens 2,3,4. KAY LESLIE ROSS - College-Preparatory Course, Annual 4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chorus 3,4, Glee Club 2, President 2, GAA I,2, Pep Club 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Student Council I, Y-Teens 2,3,4. Grand Gold Key. KENNETH WAYNE RUSSELL - College-Preparatory Course, Football I, Key Club 2,3,4. SHIRLEY LOUISE RYALL - Business Course, Chorus 2, Lantern 2,3, Gold Key. SUE RYAN - Business Course, FBLA 3,4, Y-Teens. 2,3,4. Bronze Key. Jeanne Johnston and John Jensen be- Mr, Grooms, Jim Galvin, and Mr. Man! The sun feels good on those bare lieve loermudas and books go well Furrier, enjoy the freedom of this day. knees. together. TERRANCE RONALD SMITH - College-Preparatory Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Latin Club 2. WILLIAM DALE SPRESSER - General Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Band l,2,3,4. GERALD LEE STANKORB - College-Preparatory Course. LOIS JEAN STAUB - Business Coursey Chorus l,2,3,4, Treasurer 4y Pep Club 4y Y-Teens 2. ROGER SCOTT STILES - College-Preparatory Coursey Chorus l,2,3,4y Football l. Silver Key. ROBERT JOE STRICKMEYER - College-Preparatory Coursey Terrace Park l,2y Latin Club 2. JUDITH ANN THEURER - General Coursey Cheer- leader 2,3,4y Chorus 3,4y Glee Club Qy GAA l,Qy Pep Club 3,4y Y-Teens 2,3,4y FTA 2y Class Play 3. TERRY LEE THOMAS - College-Preparatory Coursey Basketball l. JERRY DALE TODD - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Band l,2,3,4y Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4y Lantern 4, Business Manager 4y Class Play 3,4y Miami Scholarship Team ly National Honor Society 3,4y Track l,2,3,4y Varsity Club 3,4. Gold Key. PATRICIA LEE TOMLINSON' - College-Preparatory Coursey Batavia ly Annual 4g FTA 2,3,4y GAA 4y Y-Teens 2,4. JOHN MICHAEL TOREN - College-Preparatory Coursey Football ly FTA ly Miami Scholarship Team 2,3y National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Key. GERALD DUAYNE SALTERS - College-Preparatory Coursey Band l,2,3,4y Student Council 2,3,4y National Honor Society 3,4. HAROLD THOMAS SCARBOROUGH - College- Preparatory Coursey Baseball l,3,4y Football l,2. GERALD LEE SCHIESZLER - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Business Manager 4y FTA 2,3,4, President 4, Treasurer 3g Key Club l,2,3y Student Council 4. ROBERT ALAN SCHIFRIN - College-Preparatory Coursey Class Play 4. ROBERT LEE SCHMIDT - General Coursey Chorus l,2,3y Hi-Y 2,3,4y Baseball l. RUTH ANN SCHMIDT - Business Coursey FBLA 3,4y GAA l,2y Pep Club 3y Y-Teens 2,3. BARRY WILLIAM SCHMITI' - College-Preparatory Coursey Band l,2,3,4, President 4y Key Club 3,4. JEROME GEORGE SCHRAGE - General Coursey Hi-Y 3,4. HILDEGARD H. C. SCHWARZ - General Coursey An- nual 4y Y-Teens 3,4. RONALD LEE SCHWEITZER - General Coursey Base- ball Manager 2,3y Football Manager 2. LUCILLE ALBERTA SHARP - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Band l,2,3,4y Glee Club 2g FTA l,2,3,4y GAA l,2,4y Lantern 2,3y Statistician 3y Y-Teens 2,3,4. Bronze Key. FRANK WILLIAM SHEPARD -- Business Coursey Bas- ketball ly Track l,2. The purpose of American Problems is to teach today's youth the privileges and responsibilities of citizen- ship in a democratic society. ENA FAY WAGERS - Business Coursey Chorus ly Glee Club 2,3y GAA 2y Y-Teens 2. KATHERINE DELLA WARFORD - Business Coursey Annual 4y Glee Club 3,4y Y-Teens 2,3. DELORES ANN WEAVER - General Coursey An- nual 4y Band Librarian 4y Chorus l,2,3y FBLA 3,4y GAA l,2,3,4y Health Careers Club 3,4y Maiorette 4y Y-Teens 2,3,4. JEANNE ROSE WEIL - Business Coursey Annual 4y Chorus l,2y GAA l,2y Glee Club Sy Lantern 3y Y-Teens 3,4. MARTHA JEAN WEST - Business Coursey Annual 4g Chorus l,2,3,4y FBLA 3,4, Vice-President 4y Y-Teens 2,3,4. JOYCE ANN WHITE - Business Coursey Annual 4g Chorus ly Glee Club 2,3, President 3g FBLA 3,4y President 4y Pep Club 3y Y-Teens 2,3,4. Silver Key. MICHAEL HUGH WILHOIT - General Coursey Foot- ball 2,3y Football Manager 4y Hi-Y 3,4y Track l,2y Varsity Club 3,4. CHARLENE MARIAM WILMINK - Business Coursey Annual 4y Chorus 4g GAA l,2,4y Glee Club Qy FBLA 3,4y Health Careers Club 3,4y Pep Club 4y Y-Teens 2. BONNIE LOU WINKELBACH - Business Coursey Chorus Iy GAA' 2,3,4y Glee Club Sy Y-Teens 2,3,4. JUDITH ANN WINKLE - Business Coursey Annual 4y Division Editor 4y Chorus l,2,3,4y Class Play 4y GAA l,2y Lantern 3,4y National Honor Society 3,4y Pep Club 3,4y Student Council 4y Y-Teens 2,3,4y Gold Key. JOAN LOUISE WOLFANGEL - College-Preparatory Coursey Band l,2,3,4y Chorus 2,3,4y GAA l,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Health Careers Club 3,4y Maiorette l,2, 3,4y Pep Club 3,4y Y-Teens 2,3,4, Vice-President 4. ROBERT L. WOLFE - College-Preparatory Coursey Withrow l. JOHN RICHARD WORLEY - Business Coursey Ter- race Park l,2y Baseball l,2,3,4y Basketball l,2,3,4y Chorus Qy Football l,2,3,4y Hi-Y 3,4y Student Coun- cil l,2,4, Treasurer 4y Varsity Club 3,4, Secretary 4. WILLIAM EMERY WORTH - College-Preparatory Coursey Annual 4y Asst. Business Manager 4y Boys' Chorus 4y Chorus l,2,3,4, President 4y Class Presi- dent ly Class Vice-President 2y Miami Scholarship Team l,2y National Honor Society 3,4y Student Council l,3,4. Gold Key. RICHARD ANSON WYKOFF - College-Preparatory Coursey Band ly Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 3g Football 2,3y Pep Club 4. 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