Black River High School - Echo Yearbook (Sullivan, OH)
- Class of 1959
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BLACK RIVER LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL
We the editors wish to take this opportunity to thank anyone who has had a part
in producing this year's annual. We sincerely hope that in future years this issue of
"The Echo" will be a cherished momento of happy years spent in high school: a reminder
of favorite classmates and of the wonderful hours outside the classroom. M 4
We are proud to be able to edit the first annual under our new school district, THE
BLACK RIVER LOCAL SCHOOLS. For most of us, we have been students in our respective
schools for four years. And now, though hesitantly, we must leave by the open door and
step out confidently to face a future that is very uncertain. In whatever degree of suc-
cess or failure we may find ourselves in years to come, if a glance at these pages will
lighten our labors and ease our pains -- if only for a moment -- we will deem our year-
book work worth-while.
Undergrads: Anita Thompson Peggy Dennison Mike Adkins
Calvin Nolt Ierry Armstrong Iohn Temple
Activities: Tom johnson Bruce Blake Judy Guyton
Denny Irwin Glen Dawson
Sports: Larry Wood Gary Larkey Larry Haswell
Dick Wuthrick 4 Bud Halada
History: Sonja Voorhees Roberta Leach Robert Bell
Will: Sherry Botdorf Mark Smith Gordon Smith
Prophecy: Robert Rowe Carol Reed Ann McConnell
Poem: Laura Walder Carol Reed Della Hawley
Art: Ray Rosecrans
Advisors: Iohn Kiliany Alice Dawley Donald Larabee
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With the realization that we are still very young in heart and experience:
with the knowledge that with their counsel there is yet peace and love, and a
deeper, calmer faith for us to seek, we gratefully dedicate this, the 1959
cr-hnnl :annual "TT-TP PCT-IO ." 110 nllr lVIOthGI'S and FEilh6I'S.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Thomas Bangert, Superintendent, Mr. Iohn Fenstermaker, Mr. Stanton Sprinkle, Mrs. Treva Kirkpatrick, Clerk
Mrs. Ellen Blake, Mr. Lee McFredericks, President: Mr. W. D. Cunningham.
We as the first board of education of the newly formed Black River Local
School District have had many problems to face, such as the endorsing of a
S820,000 Bond Issue, the selection of a school architect, the selection of a
site for the new high school building, and the formation of an educational
program that will fit the needs of all youth of our community.
We have faced these tasks with deep humility but earnest effort. In the
years to come may our deeds speak for themselves and us.
MR. THOMAS BANGERT
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MR. IOHN A. FLORENCE MR. DONALD E. LARABEE MR, E, B, WORKMAN
FIRST ROW: Mr. Nash, Mrs. Neiswinter, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Hines, Mrs. Lowe, Mr. Gottron. SECOND
ROW: Mr. Root, Mr. Billman, Mr. Workman, Mr. Klliany, Mr. Burris, Mr. Tsipis.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Bertha Rowe, Mrs. Edna Culler, Mrs. Rosemary Stoll, Mrs. Doris Kime, Miss Naomi Thompson,
Mrs. Neatty Baker, Mrs. Alice Dawley, Mrs.El1zabeth Skeeles. SECOND ROW: Mr. John Florence, Mr. Larry
Marker, Mr. Harlan Roe, Mr. Robert Burris, Mr. Iames Beck, Mr. David Grenert, Mr. George Gifford, Mr.
Alvin Staufer, Mr. Wesley Carr, Mr. Louis Root.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Ralph Albright, Mrs. Emma Dougherty, Miss Lilian Duncan, Mr. Iohn Kemper. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Donald Wolf, Mr. Ferris Klmmell, Mr. Ronald Mack.
Mrs. Edna Kemp, Mrs. Isabelle Clouser, Mrs. Alma Livingston, Mrs. Amanda Welch, Mrs. Twila Painter.
FIRST ROW: Io Anne Keep, Bea Yost, Secretary: Hazel Koons,
ROW: Alvin Staufer, lack Mellick.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hisey, Mrs. Weiler, Mrs. Soka.
Principal: Myrtle Livermore, Helen Wiggs. SECOND
MRS. TREVA KIRKPATRICK
MRS. MARION HOWARD
MRS. BERNICE DALGLEISH
GRACE CUNNINGHAM and LEOTA HOWE
MRS. NIXON and MRS. WALTERS
MRS . ROGERS
MRS. EASTERDAY and MRS. PHILLIPS
MRS. TAFFIN and MRS. GENTRY
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MARLENE W. DOBSON
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ROBERTA IEAN LEACH
SANDRA LEE MOORE
GRACE A. MULLINS
NEVA JANE NORRIS
IERRY L. RAMSIER
ROGER G . SVIRIK
CAROL ANNE WORCESTER
CAROLINE F . REED
GARY A. RAMSIER
MARK L. SMITH
GLEN OWEN DAWSON
IUDITH KAY GUYTON
JOSEPH BRUCE HALADA
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LARRY ROBERT HASWELL
DELLA IUNE HAWLEY
ELIZABETH ANN MCCONNELL
THOMAS WAYNE IORDAN
MARILYN ELIZABETH HUBLER
THOMAS HOWARD PIPER
RAYMOND LE ROY ROSECRANS
JOHN EDGAR TEMPLE
HELEN LORENE STARK
DAWN LOUISE WILSON
BETTY ANN WACKI-IR
In September, 1947 , seventeen bright eyed children entered the room of Mrs. Owen
at Homer to begin their school career. In the small village of Albion, six miles away,
were thirteen lst, 2nd, and 3rd graders under Mrs. Welch. There are now only seven
of the original first graders from Homer and Albion. They are: Calvin Nolt, Dennis
Irwin, Sherry Bordorf, Roberta Rowe, Ann Spellman, Sonja Voorhees, and Larry Wood.
In the second grade the Homer students were sent to Albion to join the second
graders there which made a large class of 20 students. The class was divided between
Mrs. Welch and Mrs. Soka.
In the third grade Anita Thompson joined our group making it 21. We were again
under the guidance of Mrs. Soka.
For our fourth year we were transferred to the Homer Building under the sponsorship
of Mrs. Hockensmith. Myrtle Hastings and Dick Wuthrioh joined our class.
In the fifth grade we were again divided. Some under Mrs. Hockensmith and the
others went into the late Mrs. Beatrice jenkins' room. Laura Walder joined our class
We were again united in the sixth year under the direction of Mrs. jenkins. Kathleen
Herrmann joined our ranks this year. Mrs. jenkins passed away during this year and
Mrs. Hines and Miss Robinson were our teachers for the balance of the year.
We were now ready to climb the big stairs and enter junior High School. It was
quite an experience to change classes and have more than one teacher for a whole day.
We all survived the 7th and 8th grades, however, and were soon ready to enter high
During our freshman year we had Mr. Workman for an advisor. We entertained the
sophomores at a party as our big event of the year. We made money for our class by
selling cards and stationery. Bertha Gern came to us from West Salem.
When we were sophomores we ordered our class rings. Agnes Wacker came to us
from Buckeye. We sold pies at noon to make money. Mrs. Hines was our class advisor.
Some members of our class started their dramatic lives by acting in the one-act play
"Beware the Bear. "
During our eleventh year we had Mrs. Neiswinter as our class advisor. We worked
hard to present our class play "Angel of Red Canyon. " We entertained the Senior Class
at the annual junior-Senior Prom in the cafeteria. Our theme was "japanese Gardens. "
In the fall of 1959 we became the first senior class to be enrolled under the name of
Black River Local School. Tom Johnson, from Lodi, joined our ranks. We presented
for our Senior class play "You'll Die Laughing" under the direction of Mr. Workman. We
helped edit the school annual "The Echo," took our senior class trip to Washington,
D. C. , and was graduated on May 28, 1959.
Through the years we had a total of thirty different members in our class, but only
twelve of us graduated together. There have been sad and happy moments in our twelve
years. Only GOD knows what will happen to us next.
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On a warm, sunny day in September, 1947, eleven frightened, but eager students
entered the first grade of Spencer Local School. They were Jerry Armstrong, Bruce
Blake, Richard Bradley, .Brenda Butcher, Tommy Davenport, Margaret Dennison, Marlene
Dobson, Gary Larkey, Roberta Leach, Sandra Moore, and Neva Norris. Mrs. Dickason
was our teacher that year.
Our class membership remained the same during our second year of school. Mrs.
Brewer was our teacher in the second grade. -
Our third grade teacher was Mrs. Clement. During this year we welcomed Cathy
Dewar and Billy Knepper to our class. The big event of the year was the presentation
of the operetta, "Rip Van Winkle, " by elementary grades.
We had Mrs. Culler as our teacher in the fourth grade. There were no changes in
our class membership.
Mrs. Kime was our fifth grade teacher. Again our enrollment remained unchanged.
Mr. Parrish was our teacher in the sixth grade. The high point of the year was
an operetta in which several of our class starred.
The seventh grade was our first year for changing classes and class parties. Mr.
Waltz was our advisor.
Carol Reed and Roger Svirik joined our class during the eighth grade. Mr. Tossell
acted as our advisor that year.
Finally in September, 1955, we took the big step to "high school. " Upon calling
the roll at the beginning of the year, we found that we had gained one new member,
Grace Mullins. Miss Swisher was our freshman advisor.
The following year we entered Mr. Marker's sophomore home room. We soon found
that we had gained a new member, Carol Worcester. Our money-making projects that
year included a bake sale and an ice cream social.
Our junior year with Mrs. Dawley as our guide and advisor was one of the busiest
and most exciting. Early in the year we ordered our class rings, which we received
in March. In the spring we had great hopes of putting on our play, "The Monkey's
Uncle." However, because of accidents to two members of the cast, we were not able
to present the play.
Our Junior-Senior Banquet was the big event of the year. We treated the seniors
to dinner at Mozena's in Medina and a show in Akron. We, then, returned to the school
for a dance and breakfast.
On September 8, 1958, the seniors returned for the final time. At this time we
welcomed to our class Mark Smith, Jerry Ramsier, and Gary Ramsier,
Our class, along with the seniors from the other two schools in the new Black River
Consolidation, sold refreshments at our home football games. On December 12, we pre-
sented our play, "Grandad Goes Wild, " which was a huge success. To earn money for
our trip, we also made cider, had a paper drive, and sponsored a chicken dinner.
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One morning in September 1947 , seven members of the present 1959 graduating
class , stepped for the first time into a classroom of Sullivan School to begin their
education. These seven members were Tom Pifer, Bud Halada, Marilyn Hubler, Ann
McConnell, Lorene Stark, Robert Bell, and Della Hawley. They were to become part
of the first class to graduate under the name of Black River High School.
In the first year of our schooling we were under the direction of Mrs. Fumiss.
We continued our education in the second grade with Mrs. Reese as our teacher.
When we reached the third grade our class was divided into two groups with one
group under the guidance of Mrs. Livingston, and the other group under Miss Miller.
In the fourth grade we were all together again with Mrs. Bland as our teacher.
In the fifth grade we were once again divided into two groups with Mrs. Cupp and
Mrs. Baker as our teachers. This year Tom Bowling joined our class and Della Hawley
moved to Ashland.
In the sixth grade we were once again one big class and in our last year of ele-
mentary school. Mrs. Hassinger was our teacher. This was also the year that Tom
Bowling left our class.
We finally reached our first year in Iunior High. We were proud to think that we
would be one of the first classes to use the new classrooms in the new addition to the
school building. Miss Duncan was our home room advisor during the seventh grade.
This year Della Hawley rejoined our class.
In the eighth grade we were able to laugh at our mistakes as seventh graders. We
began to plan our high school courses. Mr. Bowie was our home room teacher for this
At last we were freshmen in high school. Although we heard the usual remarks
about freshmen, we were happy to think we had come this far in our educational careers.
Our class was increased by Larry Haswell, Gordon Smith, Ianet Heiffner, Betty Wacker,
Dawn Wilson, Ray Rosecrans, Iohn Temple, Tom Jordon, and Tom Bowling from Hunting-
ton. Glen Dawson also joined our class at this time. This was the year we met Mr.
Albright, who was to be our class advisor for our last four years.
In our sophomore year we gave the new freshmen as hard a time as we had, and
we also began to think of increasing our class treasury. We were v-ery successful
in serving a fish fry dinner.
When we were juniors we tried our dramatic skills and put on our junior play, "Rest
Assured. " This was also the year that we bought our class rings and played host to
the senior class for the annual Junior-Senior Prom. This year our class was increased
by two members, Iudy Guyton from Nankin, and Mike Adkins from Elyria.
Our last year in Sullivan found us with a class of nineteen members, and most
of us were wishing that we were freshmen again. This was the year that we selected
our invitations and name cards for graduation. We also chose our class flower, class
motto and class colors. We were guests at the Junior-Senior Prom this year and took
a trip to our nation's capitol, Washington, D.C.
After our Commencement exercises we left Sullivan School with memories of twelve
happy and eventful years. We hope to live up to what is expected of us and use our
class motto "They Can Who Think They Can" in everyday life.
We, the Homer senior class of 1959, being of sound mind and body, do make and
publish this to be our last will and testament.
We now hereby declare all previous promises to pay wills or testaments made null
and void. '
We, the senior class do hereby bequeath to our faculty, who have been our in-
structors in all the wisdom of the ages, an unbroken succession of restful nights and
We, the senior class, will our deepest sympathy to the juniors, sophomores, and
freshmen for having to stay in school for a few years to come.
I, Sherry Botdorf, will my height to June Kravitz.
I, Ann Crebs, will my ability to understand chemistry to Linda Norris.
I, Kathleen Herrmann, will my ability to get the part of the housekeeper in the class
plays to Bertha Blodgett.
I, Dennis Irwin, will my height to Iim Rowe who needs it.
I, Tom Johnson, will my football spikes to Jim Gott.
I, Calvin Nolt, will my ability to keep away from girls to Eric Kirvel.
I, Roberta Rowe, will my ability to go into the ditch to anyone who hasn't had the
I, Anita Thompson, will my ability to do shorthand to Nancy Geiger.
I, Sonja Voorhees, will my ability not to get mad at Mr. Kiliany to Eloise Gentry.
I, Agnes Wacker, will my ability to like one guy for more than a year to Elizabeth
I, Laura Walker, will my ability to skip school to Carol Bisard.
I, Larry Wood, will my ability to get out of school at least once a day to Dick
I, Dick Wuthrich, will my physics ability to Don Hoffman.
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We, the Senior Class of Spencer, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby
make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament.
First: We give, devise, and bequeath unto the school all of our gum that's been
stuck under the seats and our old candy wrappers.
Second: We give, devise, and bequeath unto the faculty members pleasant CPD
memories of the class of '59.
Third: We give, devise, and bequeath unto the juniors our school spirit which
they seem to need.
Fourth: We give, devise, and bequeath unto the Sophomores our ability to get
along so well with the teachers since they seem to need.
Fifth: We give, devise, and bequeath unto the Freshmen our high scholastic record
as a pattern for them to follow.
Sixth: We give, devise, and bequeath the following personal chattels:
I, jerry Armstrong, will my ability to pass driver training to Delores Van Meter.
I, Bruce Blake, will my ability to have a cocoa break, every third period, to anyone
who wants to give Spurlock's their business and still be able to get away with it.
I, Dick Bradley, will my poor excuses to anyone who needs them.
I, Brenda Butcher, will my good grades to my sister who will never get them.
I, Tom Davenport, will my football shoes to any freshman who wants to buy them for S4.
I, Peg Dennison, will my ability to sew to Carol Elliott and Linda Boone.
I, Cathy Dewar, will my ability to talk to people to one who needs it, my brother.
I, Marlene Dobson, will all my detentions to Sherry Ramsier.
I, Bill Knepper, will all my ex-girl friends to Iohn McReynolds , who could certainly
I, Gary Larkey, will my five free periods a day to Mr. Marker, who could use ONE.
I, Roberta Leach, will to anyone who wants it, anything left after I get through with it.
I, Sandy Moore, will our new car to my brother Dickie, who has it most of the time
I, Grace Mullins , will my southern accent to Mary Ann Higgins, who wants it very
I, Neva Norris, will my shortness to Connie Converse, who already has a good start.
I, Carol Reed, will my freckles to Ricky Myers, who thinks they are cute.
I, Gary Ramsier, will my '31 Chevy roadster to Gorder Clark, who drives a '36 Chevy:
I, Ierry Ramsier, will my ability to "drag" to John McCourt.
I, Roger Svirik, will my inability to think of anything to will to anyone to next year's
Senior Class, who may have the same problem.
I, Mark Smith, will my ability to have twenty-five study halls a week to whomever
I, Carol Worcester, will my messed up chemistry book to any girl with a guy named Bill.
We, the Senior Class of Sullivan School, being of stanch mind and memory, do
make null and void all other last wills and testaments made by us heretofore. May we
fittingly endow upon our heirs that which is satisfactory and fair to them.
To our teachers , we leave our deepest appreciation for their helpful guidance and
enduring patience in bringing us up to this memorable point.
To the Juniors, we leave our senior priviledges and honors.
To the Sophomores , we leave our home room.
To the Freshmen, we leave our best wishes and hope they, too, will make it.
To our underclassmen, we leave our used textbooks with a word of advice, Study.
We, the Seniors , make the following individual bequests:
I, Mike Adkins, bequeath my ability to do bookkeeping with the least amount of
effort to Henry Cowhick.
I, Robert Bell, bequeath my ability to walk to the school bus to George Kish.
I, Tom Bowling, bequeath all my old and used wisecracks to Mrs. Dougherty.
I'm sure she will enjoy them.
I, Glen Dawson, bequeath my ability to make out with all the Lodi girls to Joe
Holland sworth .
I, Judy Guyton, bequeath my blonde hair to Dianne Priscantelli.
I, Bud Halada, bequeath my height and ability to play basketball to Roy Leiningerp
who someday might make it.
I, Larry Haswell, bequeath my ability to make the varsity football team to Raymond
I, Della Hawley, bequeath my place on the paper staff to Pat Shoulter. I know
she'll love the work.
I, Janet Heiffner, bequeath my ability to chew gum in English class without being
caught to Circle Hawley.
I, Marilyn Hubler, bequeath my ability to type 70 words a minute to Ralph Kish.
You might make it someday if you work hard enough.
WI, Tom Jordan, bequeath my ability to go out with so many girls and never go steady
to Ronnie Finley. He can also have my car.
I, Ann McConnell, bequeath my position as varsity cheerleader to Marilyn Regal
and hope she has as much fun as I did! .
I, Tom Pifer, bequeath to all of the high school teachers a rest because they are
in need of it after endeavoring to teach me some knowledge.
I, Ray Rosecrans, bequeath my ability to get myself in mischief and never get
caught to Mike Moskal.
I, Gordon Smith, bequeath my ability to ruin new cars to Mike Moskal.
I, Lorene Stark, bequeath my long hair to Mary McKean.
I, John Temple, bequeath my ability to drive carefully to Virgil Berry who could
I, Betty Wacker, bequeath my ability to always get out of study hall to Mike
Moskal. X I'-iq,
I, Dawn Wilson, bequeathqilny quietness to Betty Miller.
Welcome aboard folks !
Today our educational tour takes us over different parts of the United States and
Africa to examine a very rare and eccentric species of human beingf the graduating
class of 1959. Please fasten your seat belts until I make the saucer invisible and we
get under way.
We are now approaching Irwin's pig farm. As we fly over the corn field, take care-
ful note of the huge--Ah! Yes, our first specimen. Dennis Irwin. He's there among
the rows, hoeing in his bare feet with his pet pig, Herkimer following close behind
digesting any grubs that Denny happens to hoe up.
Not far from Izwin's pig farm stands the Black River School. Pas sing the first grade
window we see Agnes Wacker trying to break up a squabble between two quarreling
youngsters. As we leave Agnes shifts the bun on the back of her head into position and
stoops to wipe a running nose.
Akron is in view now and we see in the distance a grey brick building with the
words, "Tombstone Engraving, Embalming, and Ambulance Service--Larry Dean Wood"
over the dark doorway. Inside Mr. Wood is busily applying make-up to a motionless
figure who lies on a cold, stone slab.
As we enter the busier part of town, we spy on the 13th floor of the Federal Building
Mrs. Wood, Knee Sonja Voorheesl sitting lightly on the boss's knee. She is now a
private secretary. We must move on.
Hold on for a second and we'll sneak over to Wadsworth for a secret interview
with Laura Polm, Knee Laura Walderl. What's all the racket? There's Laura and her
spouce pacing the floor, each holding a squalling baby. Let's now head for the wild
Wow! That was close! we nearly collided with a passenger plane. Did you see
that man with a noodle hanging over his ear? The stewardess, Sherry Botdorf, just
tripped over her size 10's and spilled soup all over the poor Congressman, Tom lohnson.
We are now gliding over the campus of P. U. University where we find the news-
paper office in a state of turmoil. As we examine the scene more closely, we spot
the editor, Kathleen Herrmann, haughtily slinging books after the retreating advisor.
We journey now outside the boundaries of the U. S. enroute to Africa. We soar
over a tiny island in the middle of the Plantic Ocean and find Roberta Rowe idly swing-
ing her feet in the cool ocean waters as she watches her fishing line.
On to Africa and a small clearing surrounded by banana trees. Calvin Nolt is
perched on a stump, reading out of a McGuffy Reader to a tribe of Pigmies. Out of
the jungle ambles Dick Wuthrich, a monkey swinging beside him, each with a banana
We hover over the jungle trees and prepare to leave, something catches our eye.
In front of a little hut, attired in a grass skirt, squats Anita Thompson hastily stirring
a bubbling brew in a mysterious black pot labeled "Top Secret. "
Again we are over the United States, searching for the one remaining specimen of
the graduating class of '59, A2 Crebs. We've flown from coast to coast, border to
border in Vain. My agent on earth just radioed in and tells me that Ann has gone into
seclusion in the Rock Mountains in an attempt to write a book.
This concludes our educational tour for today folks. I'll make you visible and
then I'll be off towards Mars with my saucer.
As I sat musing behind my desk at my chicken farm, I started to wonder about my
old classmates and friends with whom I graduated from dear old Black River High. In
as much as I was curious as to what they were doing and to whom they married, I got
in touch with a couple of them. After some delay, I finally received the following in-
Richard Bradley had married Connie Clifford, and they had bought a cattle ranch in
Texas. Dick always did do things in a big way.
Bruce Blake was elected sheriff of Spencer Township. Everyone says he really gets
around, even though he still drives a '36 Ford.
Brenda Butcher finally learned how to work a calculator, but she uses it in a dif-
ferent way than she had intended. She was married soon after graduation: and every
night before they go to bed, she used it to count her many "kids. "
Tommy Davenport became quite a basketball player. In fact, he became so good
that he was able to get a job on the Globe Trotters' team.
Peggy Dennison and Bob Yunker got married and are in business for themselves.
They have a store in Spencer called "Wee Tot's Apparel Shop. "
Qathy Dewar met a handsome salesman and was married. They live in a trailer
and travel a lot. She says the only trouble she has with a trailer is that they don't
make the doors wide enough.
Marlene Qobson is now the head cook at Spurlock's Restaurant. She is quite
famous for her unusual dishes. Last year she invented one called "Chocolate Covered
Ants under Tin Foil. "
Billy Knepgr owns his own drag strip. He just can't stand to sit and watch every-
one else race, so he takes his own "Thunderbird" out and races with them. Connie
keeps reminding him that he now has to pay on a house and seven little Kneppers.
Roberta Leach is now a professor at Ohio State College. She is quite well-known
and is thinking of running for Congress. She hopes someday to be the first woman
president of the United States.
Gary Larkey decided he wanted to rise up in this old world, so he now owns the
Cleveland-Hopkins Airport. He married his head stewardess and is now grounded with
five little larks.
Sandy Moore is well established in her own theater. She has quite a time with such
stars as Ricky Nelson, Tab Hunter, and Dick Clark. But seeing as she married Elvis
Presley, she isn't too interested in any of them.
Qrace Mullins is still trying to lasso Lonnie. She keeps complaining that the
darned horse just won't run fast enough.
Neva Norris-Marcum just couldn't quit the milling business. She now owns her
father's fa.rm and with Whitey's help they 'have quite a herd in the barn and in the house,
Ierry Ramsier just couldn't get girls out of his system. He now has a line of chorus
and dancing girls in Los Angeles that put on a show every week--just for him.
gy Ramsier became quite interested in the Navy. He is now commander of a ship
named the Nautilus.
Roger Svirik finally achieved his goal to become a great scientist. He invented
the first 3-stage rocket that can safely carry a man. IE Armstrong has volunteered
to be the first to go up on the possibility that he might find a girl like Venus on Mars.
Mark Smith went into partnership with his brother. They now own the Ford Company
at Chatham. Mark says he had to do something before Ford became extinct.
Qarol Worcester got a job as a secretary to a large and prosperous company in
Sullivan. She is one of the lucky ones who married their rich bosses. By the way,
the four of her kids are -Q Wright.
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As we gather in the school cafeteria for our first class reunion in this year of 1969
to reminisce about our senior year at Sullivan High School, it is pure wonder how the
-prophecies have come true.
We find that Mike Adkins is head olive stuffer in the Adkins Olive Plant which is
located at Bell, Ohio a new town founded by Robert Bell, who started this town as a
pimiento plantation and trucking farm.
We are happy to learn that Tom Bowling has become the Democratic Leader in The
United States Senate. He is aided by Glen Dawson who is also a Senator of great renown
for filibustering against all bills.
ludy Guyton, we learn, has founded a private school for secretaries, called "The
Guyton Girls' Secretarial School. "
Bud Halada and Larry Haswell have just bought out the Reiter and Harter Milk Com-
pany of Akron. They have employed Marilyn Hubler and janet Heiffner as their private
secretaries. Della Hawley is employed as their chief bottle washer.
Tom Iordan has just arrived back on earth this week, from his trip to the moon. He
wasn't coming back until he remembered the class reunion.
Ann McConnell is now head of the airline hostess department at American Rockets,
Tom Pifer finally graduated from college this june and will be taking over Mr.
Albright's place as business education teacher in the Black River High School. Mr.
Albright has made his first million now and has decided to retire.
Ray Rosecrans, a Rear Admiral in the U. S. Navy, has just made a successful flight
from an under water aircraft carrier.
lorene Stark has taken up the profession of being a housewife. She stays home all
day long and cleans up after her two sets of darling little triplet boys..
lohn Temple, the smallest member of the graduating class, did grow after he gradu-
ated. He is now 7' tall and has become a great crabball star. He is also a player coach
of the St. Louis Mud Luggers.
Betty Wacker has become a first grade teacher. Four of her students are the sons
of Dawn Wilson who has become a famous stunt artist, besides rearing her family of
Gordon Smith, a big business tycoon, has just completed a new business merger.
It seems that he always was out of a car. From now on he will not be because he has
bought the FoMoCo.
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Sherry Sue, that little treat,
Sweeps the boys right off their feet.
She's really neat, and quite slick,
We all think she's a regular chick.
Ann Crebs makes good grades in
Always prepared is her rule.
Since writing themes is her favorite
We hope a best seller will be her
Kathy Herrmann is a girl and a half,
She works on the newspaper staff.
Always running to and fro,
She's the gal on the go.
Then we come to the mischievous Dennis,
The class nicknamed him "the Menace. "
Although he's big and far from short,
You'll find him where there's an
Tom Johnson is a carrot top lad,
He's really serrt and not at all bad.
But he's another on cloud number nine,
Over his girl Mary he will sit and pine.
To Calvin Nolt a date is quite a submission.
He says, "Come here baby, we'll talk about
But Cal's really a good kid at heart,
From him we will hate to part.
Roberta Rowe is quite a lass,
She added a lot to our class.
She's happy and gay and carefree
But watch out for the tricks she
will pull on you.
Next we will write about Anita
She's one that good luck is certainly
Quiet and nice in all her ways,
We'11 remember her the rest of
Sonja Voorhees with her golden
Is always around to do her share.
She's in the clouds over a guy
This is whom she will probably
Agnes Wacker is a sweet blonde,
Of Leonard she is very fond.
Someday a good nurse she hopes
But Leonard might change her
One of our other classmates is
He likes to pretend he's a "big
bad hood. "
Over Sonja, he's on cloud number
This, we all agree, is really fine.
Dick Wuthrich doesn't dig school,
But he thinks basketball is real cool
That "bomb" of his is ready to
But from talking to him, this
you'd never know.
Last but not least is Laura
Ready to be led to the altar.
We all know it's not infatuation,
She'l1 be married before graduation.
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Ierry Armstrong, an ambitious f?J guy,
Is in love with life, and we know why.
To be a hobo is his high ambition,
But says he'l1 settle for lab technician.
Bruce Blake comes next to mind.
A character like him is hard to find.
In government class he's never awake,
But being such fun, he's given a break.
Richard Bradley, as a ladies man,
In our group, has taken the stand
To see how many hearts he can collect,
Before the right girl he selects.
Brenda Butcher, we've heard tell,
She knows her shorthand very well.
A secretary, she's sure to be
And take dictation on her boss' knee.
Tom Davenport, a well-known athlete,
On the basketball floor, is hard to beat.
With books and girls , he's really great,
And with the class he highly rates.
Peggy Dennison can sew a fine seam,
To marry in June is her only dream.
With her good nature, she'll get through life,
And without doubt make Bob a good wife.
Cathy Dewar what would she do
If she ran out of gum to chew?
Undoubtedly, to the store she'd fly
And buy herself another supply.
Marlene Dobson is quite a gal
When it comes to being a pal.
She'll do almost anything,
Even fight to get a ring.
Now for the small fry of our class ,
Billy Knepper, none could surpass.
He's always talking with the girls
And has given many a heart a twirl.
Gary Larkey, quiet and tall,
Is well liked by one and all. Q
For skipping school, he is well known
And into the office hetis often shown.
Roberta Leach is known to all
For the way she studies in study halls.
Someday we know we'll see
Her teaching the little tots ABC's.
Two football queens our class has rated,
Which was more than we had anticipated.
Carol Worcester and Sandy Moore reigned
After being crowned by the football teams.
Grace Mullins, light and fair,
With her blue eyes and golden hair,
She is of the boys very fond,
And we know they'll miss this little blonde
Neva Norris and her practical jokes,
At times makes tempers go up in smoke.
But we're sure she means no harm,
And many a heart she's held with her charm
There's Jerry and Gary, the Ramsier boys,
Both agreeable, likable, and quite coy.
They joined our class in the fall of '58,
With them we're glad to graduate.
Carol Reed is the quiet one in our class
And everyone likes this brown-eyed lass,
Her marks are good and her aim is high,
She succeeds in her every try.
Mark Smith is a special case,
He leads the girls on a merry chase.
In the office, he is often seen,
Could it be he is training to be a dean?
Now Roger Svirik we find very scientific
He comes to the point and is quite specific
To be a chemist is what he plans
For this is what he understands.
Now you have met our senior class,
Each and every lad and lass.
After we graduate, Ca dream come truel
We leave these memories with you.
We're the class of "'59. "
For us there's been fun all the time,
Tho 12 long happy years have passed:
We have now completed our task.
Mike Adkins surely goes far,
When he's riding in his car.
The only problem that he has,
Is how to keep the car in gas.
Robert Bell is always cool,
And very handy with a tool.
He walks a mile to get to school,
just to learn the golden rule
Tom Bowling the guy whom each one knows ,
Has a wisecrack handy wherever he goes.
He's always goofing in the hall,
He thinks that life's a regular ball.
Glen Dawson is a lad quite tall,
As for the girls he likes them all.
His favorite sport, as we all know,
Is going to the drive-in'show.
Judy Guyton from Ashland came,
To watch the Pirates play a game.
She decided in ouratown to stay,
For what we hope is many a day.
Bud Halada is our star of the year,
To him we give our final cheer.
He made the Pirates hard to beat,
A nicer guy you'd never meet.
Larry Haswell is our football star,
In life we're sure he will go far.
He likes to get things done real soon,
Like fishing, swimming, and hunting coon.
Della Hawley likes to laugh,
As she walks along life's path.
As editor of the Black River Post,
The kids all think that she's the most.
Janet Heiffner is Larry's girl,
We all think that she's a pearl.
Now her ambitions are quite few,
She wants her kids to number two.
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Marilyn Hubler's quite a gal
Whom we all think "the swellest pal. "
She and Bud work together well,
But answers to a test, she'd never tell.
Tom Iordan is a lot of fun,
A barber he hopes to become.
We are sure that he'll do well,
But if he doesn't, we'll never tell.
Ann McConnell is short and cute,
And on her horn she likes to toot.
She plays the drums and all that jazz,
Cheerleading ability she surely has.
Ray Rosecrans has been all around,
And knows just how to paint the town.
In his mind he has a notion,
To spend his life upon the ocean.
Gordon Smith has real red hair,
Loud sport shirts he likes to wear.
Pizza is his favorite food,
He's always in a happy mood.
Lorene Stark has pretty hair,
And with her clothes she takes great care.
She has fun along life's way,
But an awful lot she does not say.
Tom Pifer, a senior we all know,
Says to college he will go.
He's very smart in geometry,
A success we hope he will surely be.
john Temple's not so very tall,
But then again he's not so small.
Football is his favorite game,
just to graduate is his aim.
Betty Wacker is very smart,
Her homework she will always start.
But because she's smart don't think sh
Because her wisecracks are never null.
Dawn Wilson is so kind and sweet,
A pleasure to know and a joy to meet.
To college she will go in the fall,
To study her subjects one and all.
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Poetry Reading l , 2 , 37 Annual
Staff 47 Drivers Road-e-o 3,42
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Scholarship Test 17 Majorette 17
2,3,47 Head Majorette 47 Office
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Class Plays 3,42 One-Act Play 27
Newspaper 1 , 2 , 3 ,47 Editor 47
French Club 1,27 Officer 17 Natl.
Honor Society 3, 47 Officer 47
Y-Teens l,2,47 Future Teachers
3,42 Officer 47 Band 1,2,3,42
Mixed Chorus 2,47 Dist. Schol-
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Club 2, 47 Office 2.
Basketball 1,2 ,37 Football 47 En-
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1,2,3,4I Bandorama 2,37 Quartet
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Basketball 17 Baseball 37 Track
27 Football 47 Class Play 47 Boys'
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Class Plays 3,47 F. F. A. 1,2,
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Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,42 Band 1,
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ROBE RTA ROWE
Class Officer l ,2 , 3 , 47 French
Club Officer 1,27 Student Coun-
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Society 3,47 Officer 47 Class
Plays 3,47 One-Act Play 27 Y-
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1,2 ,37 Football Cheerleader 47
Scholarship Test 1 ,2 , 37 Office
1,27 Betty Crocker H. T. 47 Girls'
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Class Play 3,47Y-Teens 17 News-
paper l,2,3,47 Latin Club 2,37
Mixed Choms 27 Office 17 Natl.
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Natl.. Honor Society 3,42 Officer
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2,3,42 One-Act Play 27 Library
Club 2,37 Scholarship Test 17
Ticket Sales BB 37 Y-Teens 27
Office 1 ,27 American legion Essay
17 Annual Staff 47 French Club
Officer 1 , 2 .
Class Play 3,47 Class Officer 3,
47 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,47 Girls'
Ensemble 47 Band l,2,3,47 News-
paper 37 Library Club 2.3, 47 Y-
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2-,3,47 F. T. A. Officer 3,47
Scholarship Test 2, 37 Natl.
Honor Socitey 3,42 Officer 47
Student Council 3,42 Student
Council Officer 47 Poetry Reading
37 Betty Crocker H. T. 4.
LAURA WALDE R
Class Officer 1,32 French Club
1 ,27 French Club Officer 17 Mix-
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Class Plays 3,47 One-Act Play 27
T-Teens l,2,47 Library Club 1,27
Office 1 ,27 Betty Crocker H. T .
47 Ticket Sales BB 17 Annual Staff
Mixed Chorus 47 Boys' Ensemble
47 Class Officer 47 Student Coun-
cll 47 Officer 47 F. F. A. 3,47
Hi-Y l,27Basketball l,2,37 Base-
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Act Play 27 Library Club 27 Divers
Road-e-o 3,41 Ir. High Coach 4.
Basketball l,2,3,47 Baseball l,
2,3,47 Track 17 Class Officer 27
Mixed Chorus 1,42 Boys' En-
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Class Officer 37 Football 2,3,47
Basketball 2,37 Baseball 27 Track
37 Scholarship 1 , 2 , 37 Senior
Scholarship 47 Annual 47 Class
Class Officer7 Football 2 , 3 , 47
Basketball 2,32 Baseball 1,3,47
Track 37 Projector 47 S. A. A.
47 Band 1,2,37 Newspaper 37
Annual 4 .
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Basketball l,2,3: Track l,2,3 ,
47 Projector 1,2,3,41F. F. A. 17
Chorus 1,2,37C1aSS Play 3.
Class Officer 1,42 Ensemble 1,
2,3,47 Newspaper 3,47 Chorus
l,2,3,47 F. T. A. 2,37C1aSS
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47 Band 2,3.
Football l,2,3,47 Basketball 1,
2,3,42 Baseball 1,2,3,42 Track
27 Projector 2,42 Senior Scholar-
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47 Class Play 3,4.
Chorus 1,22 Class Play 3,47
Class Officer l.
Chorus l,2,3,47 Newspaper 47
Class Play 47 Librarian 3.
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Class Officer 3,42 Football 27
Basketball l,2,3,47 Band 1,2,37
Baseball 1,27 Projector 3,42 An-
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Class Officer l,2,3: F. T. A.
2,3,47 Librarian 1,2,3,41 Score-
keeper 3,47 Chorus 1,2,3,4
Class Play 3,42 Annual 47 News-
paper 3,47 S. A. A. 47 Scholar-
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47 Class Play 47 Newspaper 3,42
Homecoming Queen 47 Home-
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Chorus 17 Class Officer 1,2
Homecoming Attendant 17 Class
Play 3,47 Newspaper 4.
Basketball 1,27 Baseball 47 Foot-
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Play 47 Newspaper 47 Annual 4.
Class Officer 17 F. F. A. 1,27
Football 17 Baseball 17 Basket-
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Play 3,42 Scholarship 27 Senior
Track 1,2,3,41 Football 37 Bas-
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Class Play 3,47 Newspaper 3,47
Annual 47 Librarian 27 S. A. A.
3,47 Band 1,2,3,4j Homecoming
Queen 37 Scholarship 1 ,2 ,3.
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Sullivan H. S. 3,47 Basketball
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Football l,2,3,47 Basketball 1,
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Scholarship Tests 2,37 Paper
Staff 37 Annual Staff 47 Student
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Football 1,32 Baseball l,2,37
Track 1,22 F. F. A. 2,3,41AI1'
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Ashland H. S. l,2,37 Sullivan
H. S. 3,47 Mixed Chorus 47 An-
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Student Council 47 Scholarship
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l,3,47 Annual Staff 47 Senior
Scholarship 47 Class Play 3.
LARRY ROBERT HASWELL
Track 17 Baseball l,2,37 Foot-
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Annual Staff 47 Scholarship Tests
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Scholarship 47 Paper Staff 47
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Class Play 37 Senior Scholarship
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Campbell, Louise Howman, Linda Norris, Pat Wandel, Nancy Geiger, louise Welch, Mary Ann
Bfidgeii, Eloise Gentry. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gottron, Bertha Blodgett, George McWilliams, Ian Reinhardt, Eric
Kirvel, Donald Hoffman, Dick Brooks, Iim Rowe, Harry Leiby. ABSENT: Kathleen Weimer, Iune Kravitz.
FIRST ROW: Carol Sutz, Connie Converse, Betty Stuart, Ieanne Lieby, Mary Walkden, Carol Elliott, Sandy Taylor,
Delores Van Meter. SECOND ROW: Mr. Marker, Mary Ann Higgins, Linda Boone, Donald Beach, Warren Waltz, Bill
Benford, John McCourt, Calvin Breyley, Robert Williams, Sherrell Hovorka, Dolores Larkey. THIRD ROW: Iohn Nagy,
Larry Kuchenrither, Rickey Myers, Bette Jackson, Dennis Neptune, Kenny Dalgleish, Larry Wolf, Robert Stroup,
Robert Fitzgerald, Gary Weidrick, Artie Weidrick.
FIRST ROW: Norma Britt, Marilyn Regal, Iudy Raider, Patricia Shoulter, Linda Pifer, Drema Britt, Thelma Weber, Jean
Clinker, Illl Clark. SECOND ROW: Virginia Rollin, Dianne Priscantelli, Barbara Wright, Betty Orcutt, Okal Messmore,
Mrs. Dougherty. THIRD ROW: Ronald Finley, Russell Grenzenbach, Carol Mengerlnk, James Bassett, Stanley Ward,
Ralph Kish, Dean Farnsworth, Emma Messmore, Virgil Berry.
FIRST ROW: Sharon Rex, Connie Billheimer, Kay Fenstermaker, Pat Stevenson, Carole Bisard, Susan Bridgett, Anna
lohnson. SECOND ROW: Duane Snoddy, David Fuller, Charles Napier, Ioe Majce, Arnold Wacker, Philip Slmcox,
lJ1f:l.I3l1.nlI1-y, Mr. Kiliany. ABSIINT: Bill Morris.
FIRST ROW: Rose Ann Kurtz, Karen Karl, Carolyn Wasson, Linda Shultz, Ianet Avery, Virginia Bradley. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. Stoll, Connie Clifford, Richard Hellman, Jerry Veverka, Raymond Garn, Nancy Elliott, Linda Butcher. THIRD
ROW: Fred Walters, Richard Rook, john McReynolds, Ianet Svirik, David Liedorff, Gary Dewar, Donald Van Meter.
FIRST ROW: Kathryn Baker, Susan Burkhart, Sue Keillor, Kenneth Berry, Gail Neuman, Rosemary Bowling, Ioan Shoulter,
Raymond Gast, Patricia Bryant, Mary McKean. SECOND ROW: Connie Hyde, Loretta Dawson, Iudy Dennis, Henry
Cowhick, Elaine Forster, Carolyn Rosecrans, David Weyer, Doyle Oxender, Brenda Boyde, Robert Briggs, Ioan Helffner,
Mr. Wolf. THIRD ROW: Patrica Balkin, Leslie Meininger, Dean Figley, Iohn Iordan, Thomas Hawley, Larry Blessing,
Richard Marshall, Richard Pfieffer, David Howe, Iohn Bell, Randall Bryan, Ioan Davis.
Long, Elizabeth Jenkins. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Rowe, Margaret Geiger, Sue
Linda Fuller, Ellen Bishop, Noreen McWilliams. THIRD ROW: Robert Clark
Blll Herrmann, Max McFredrlck, Robert Allen, Ilm Botdorf, Eugene Snoddy.
FIRST ROW: Dlane Ilopklns, Iudy Giar, Bruce Miller, Ioan Hopkins, Ernestlne Hardin, Iudy Kurtz, Jean Hopkins, Basil
Moorehead. SECOND ROW: Peggy Myers, lrene Kozub, louise Baker, Sharyn Scheck, Carol Blake, Lois Worcester,
Kenneth llardln, Robert Breyley, Kenneth Byrd, Judy Walkden, Susan Boone, David Taylor, Loralee Rook. THIRD ROW:
Mr. Gifford, Pal Baker, Harold Van Meter, Dieter Storl, Francis Stuart, Teddy Kosteckl, Gene Clifford, Iames White,
Gordon Clark, Sam Slmmerman, Ioe Kobylskl, Andy Higgins. ABSENT: Walter Weidrick.
FIRST ROW: Leslie Clevldence, lack Grlsslnger, Ronald Wandel, Phyllis Smith, julia Ramsler, Vivian Ramsler, Iudy
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Elaine Querin, Gary Westervelt, Lena Hollandsworth. SECOND ROW: Iohn Nesbitt, Ioan Dauge, Carnetta Blankenship,
Richard McConnell, lean Twining, Phyllis Haines, Marjorie Wright, Betty Miller, Mary Cowhick, David McMillan,
Margaret Harris, Layton Meininger, Mr. Mack. THIRD ROW: Donald Channell, Ray Iacquet, Clarence Swope, Charlie
Robbins, Martha Free, Alan Briggs, George Kish, Jeffrey Keep, Ianice Ballou, Ierry Bauer, James Given, Eldon Barone.
FIRST ROW: Robert Wuthrich, Lawrence Kardsa, Carol Napier, Linda Pummel, Dara Hanners, Raymond Howman,
Virginia Vanetta, Maxine Trapp, Ronald Shanks. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Halliwell, Roger Peck, Phillip Rowe, Paul
Lowe, David Workman, Tom Williams, Richard Markley, Gerald Weimer, Mrs. Hines. THIRD ROW: Ronald Steele,
Dennis Howe, Barbara Howard, Robert Kirvel, Dick Chabot, Bill Johnson, Linda Kline, Ann Herrmann, Bill Thompson,
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y , yn orvat , Dave Manning, Iames Thompson, Sherry
Ramsler, Gene Butcher, Dan Rook, john Regal. SECOND ROW: Mr. Grenert, Diana Gonzales, Sheila Dennison,
jack Hellman, Raymond Riifle, Ieffrey Armstrong, Tony Lepka, Russell Temple, Dolly Ward, Carol Stuart. THIRD ROW:
lack Veverka, Nancy Wasson, Elizabeth Allemang, Loren Hastings, Kick Moore, Larry Steele, Janet McReynolds,
Cheryle Walkden, Carol Kari, Tom Hord.
'IRST ROW: Ann Meek, Donald Berry, Oliva McMillan, Iean Hollandsworth, Larry Nalley, Ceilan Baker, Shirley
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mutt, C,arol Crawford. SECOND ROW. Iudy Parker, Glen Sifread, Evelyn Herald, Nancy Iordan, Susan Ballou,
.valon Priscantelli, Beth Stark, Fred Forster, Mr. Kemper. THIRD ROW: Shirley Balkin, Sharon Famsworth, Charles
uccaui , Larry Handley, Gary Wacker, Richard Fugltt, Thomas McKean, Larry jordan, Carol Humphrey.
FIRST ROW: Lois Sooy, Ronnie Fuller, Donald Foster, james Williams, Ierry Shadley, Barbara Kline, Rex Ramsier,
Charles Carter. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Long, Barbara Baker, Gail Hoyer, Ronnie Wood, Greg Barr, Wilma Allen ,
Carol Hlsey, Stephen Wandel, Mr. Nelswlnter. THIRD ROW: Howard Steele, Scheryl Lelby, Phyllis Daniels, Iim
Patton, Betty Long, Danny Cole, Allen Blodgett, Mary Ann Fleming, Gwen Foster.
FIRST ROW: Connie Gam, Marilyn Balke, Beverly Converse, Ralph Roub, Darryl Taylor, Iames Wolf, Linda Thompson,
Ronald Rogers, Fay Dennison, Deana Iaycox. SECOND ROW: Mr. Beck, Dick Van Meter, Rose Weidrick, Dana
Roberts, Alyce Clifford, Roger Carey, Robert Brouse, Bonnie Rowley, Eleanor Ward, Donna Dobson, Fred Zeroll, Dora
Clabough, John Gonzales. THIRD ROW: Russell Sage,Chester Horner, Dale Ely, Paul Whate, jack Kuchenrither,
Tom Smith, Linden Giar, Harold Lraper, James Vaughn, Thelma Worcester, Susan Scheck, lean Stroup, Donald Hayden,
Paula Kurtz, Iohn Ward, Absent.
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FIRST ROW: Karen Sifread, Karen Gullett, Gary Easterday, Harold Messmore, Shirley Britt, janet Runkle, Donald
Sprinkle, Sherry Rlngler, Cheryl Regal. SECOND ROW: Teara Smith, Darrell Elllott, Iudy Lamb, Kay Blankenship,
Karen Scakacs, Carol Ringler, Iudy Roice, Edward McKean, Ronald Quast, Ronald Blessing, Madge Barone, Miss
Duncan. THIRD ROW: Donald McConnell, Patty Cole, William Messmore, Ronald Davls, Ronald Cole, Donald
Rosecrans, Kathy Twlnlng, Iames Rosecrans, Louetta Dawson, Linda Krueck, Virginia Hawley.
FIRST ROW: Illl Grlssenger, Glenn Clevldence, Patrick Gern, Jane Workman, Pat Kardas, Gary Wandel, Richard
Clevldence, Ianet Fleming. SECOND ROW: Roger Smith, Bob Grant, Don Weimer, Ronnie Adamson, Patty Wood, Susan
Archer, Barbara Howman, Ilmmy Markley, Mr. Blllman. THIRD ROW: Karl Kolb, Frankl1n.Slmcox, Fred Owen, Iean
Carpenter, Stanley Null, Mary Herrmann, Rick McFrederlck, Linda Carey. ABSENT: Lillian Dexter.
FIRST ROW: Patty Owsley, Dlann Balkin, Betty Merrlll, Myra Myers, Lanny Meadows, Michael Bosse. SECOND ROW:
Rhonda Huggins, lean Swalno, Robert Parker, Martha Baker, Linda Manmng, Calvm Davis, Karen McKean. THIRD:
ROW: Mildred Fugitt, Ioan Swalno, Thomas Keep, Robert Bowling, Robert Wilhelm, Darathy Rosecrans.
FIRST ROW: Douglas Bowen, Seth Slmmerman, Karen Hopkins, Danny Baker, Llnden Lleby, Gloria Clifford, Danny
Riffle, Lloyd Shellhom, Terry Yeaples, Joyce Yeaples. SECOND ROW: Mr. Carr, Norbert Larkey, Gerald Stra1t,Iack
Byrd, Danny White, Duane Taylor, Dean White, Alma Riffle, Gracie Ann Braddock, Ann Cooper, Charles Galt, Katherine
Thompson. THIRD ROW: Carol Nash, Tommy Smith, Robert Rice, Iudy Pitz, Joanne Moore, Marilyn Lledorff, Ricky
Stuart, Bonnie Psota, Robert Myers, Dwight Long, Susan Lepka. ABSENT: Carolyr Williams.
FIRST ROW: Roberta Cole, Larry Iacquet, Duane Tedrow, Diane Goble, Stephanie Kanpp, George Given, Rita Ward.
SECOND ROW: Terry Beard, Linda Moneysmith, Donald Denbow, Thomas Cowhlck, Leslie Handley, Gerald Nalle
Albert Forster, Rrchard Figley, Mrs. Welch. THIRD ROW: Wanda Crawford, Donald Nalley, Iohn Clark, Alva Pa
Thomas Sooy, Peggy Davis, Ralph Bauer, Roger Mayes, David Wandel, Barbara Bryan.
FIRST ROW: Aurie Carey, Danny Ramsier, Sue Wood, Mary Owen, Gary Carpenter, Marsha Schwarz, Nicky Fetzer,
Linda Ramslcr. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Lowe, Margaret Rowe, Ronald Spangenburg, Gloria Steele, Kerry Gump, lay
Kast, Jack Geiger, Charles Jenkins, Jimmy Foster. THIRD ROW: Martin Haas, Linda Steele, Carol Hoffman, Tommy
Fxsher, Gcorqlu Scridwltz, Pamela Fenstermaket, Helen Shorts, Karen Owen.
FIRST ROW: Marsha Runkle, Cathy Tomlinson, David Britt, Shirley Horvath, Richard Whitney, Linda Haines, Walter
McMillian, Linda Kay Lamb, Beverly Floyd, Patricia Fugitt. SECOND ROW: Joseph Horvath, David Hawley, Dan Lee
Jordan, Raymond Twining, Barry Floyd, John Horvath, Randall Brown, Emest Bakos, Larry Lance, Laura Hayes. THIRD
ROW: Charles Welsh, Estelle Dobbins, Thomas Wilhelm, Rosemary Draper, Phyllis Ely, David Twining, George Ely,
Linda Bowling , Frances Balkin, Terry Simonson.
FIRST ROW: Peggy Ody, Jane Zeroll, Ann West, Nancy Johnson, Cathryn Benford, Janet Moore, Emma Vaughn, Ralph
Shearer. SECONDROW: Mrs. Kime, Phillip Nagy, Gary Burden, Mary Jane Rice, Joy Veverka, Mary Miller, Iois Nash,
Joseph Hejduk, Iarrywalkden. THIRD ROW: Emest Worcester, Peggy Hardin, Danny Roe, Tommy Weidrlck, Charlene
Reinsinger, Martha Breyley, Leroy Yoak, James Weidrick. ABSENT: Dora Ryan, Dreama Emerson.
FIRST ROW: Steve Brown, George Crawford, Scott Larabee, Linda Painter, Susan Wright, Sara Weller, Trudance Smlth,
Denny Rlngler, Sara Meek. SECOND ROW: Marjorie Skeeles, Margie Blankenship, Paul Wright, Luella Hollandsworth,
Sandra Koons, Phylous Hamilton, James Hawley, Donald Brown, John Raider, Laray Bassett, Mrs. Clouser.
FIRST ROW: Lonnie Ramsler, Donnie Wuthrich, Dallen Botdorf, Richard Foster, Carol Hachtel, Margaret Hemnann,
Penny Shadley, Carol Adamson, David Gruver, Clayton Dillenbeck, Beverly Belghly. SECOND ROW: Charyl Spangen-
burg, Ronnle Williams, George Fleming, Fred Grant, Donna Howard, Erma Shellhorn, Bonnie Barr, Linda Dexter,
Peggy Elchel, Keith Jackson, Rlta Thompson. THIRD ROW: Janice Clark, Pam Slmcox, Donnie Thompson, Beverly
Phllllps, Llnda Drury, Bllly Gump, Sarah Senz, Priscilla Owen, John Carey, Betsy Massie, Merle Archer, Mrs.
FIRST ROW: Connie Riley, Donna Sprinkle, Mary Baker, Karen Larsen, Larry Garra, Kim Myers. SECOND ROW: Barbara
Honeberger, Sherry Hayes, Chris Krueck, Iane Huggins, George Keep, Alice Twinning. THIRD ROW: Dennis Rosecrans,
Lee Wilson, lack Wilhelm, Charles Twinning, Roger Draper, Mike Bakos.
FIRST ROW: Elmo Hord, David Puie, Rebecca Dobson, Linda Baker, Sandra Blatter, Tommy Clifford, Scherry McGraw
Ianls Billman, Mickey Baker, Larry Riffle. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Rowe, George Swartzfager, Blaine Biddinger, Linda
Shearer, Kathleen Kusmik, laura Lee Stuart, Douglas Dobson, Betty Linden, Irene Pomeroy. THIRD ROW: Carol Wolf,
Daren Norris, Edward Braddock, Gary Rice, Melvin Reisinger, Cheryl Rowley, James Braddock, Deloris Long, Russell
Hendricks ,. Nelson Strait. ABSENT: Gary Emerson , Larry Johnson, Ruthann Williams.
FIRST ROW: Iune Tedrow, Crystal Elliott, Linda Graham, Rodney Mayes, Mary Iaquet, Gerald Pay. SECOND ROW
Mrs. Clouser, Douglas Knapp, Samuel Raider, James Skeeles, Linda Wooton, Janice Kirkpatrick, Larry Farnsworth.
FIRST ROW: Frances Carey, Gary Clevidence, Donald Smith, Sammy Shellhorn, Scott Rowe, Diane Calfee, Mary
Ramsler. SECOND ROW: jane Haas, Bonnie Wandel, Kathleen Kline, Doris Allen, Ruth Snoddy, Marion Halliwell,
Eva Massle. THIRD ROW: Ronald Chabot, Iudy Haas, Susan Fenstermaker, Frank Hoffman, Sonny Swlnehart, Melissa
Ramseycr, Cloyd Rogers, Mrs. Soka.
FIRST ROW: Lynn Koerber, Stan Rice, Iames Emery, Thomas Isenhart, Carol Lance, Samuel Clark. SECOND ROW:
Hazel Whitney, Iennie Welch, Richard Ely, Ierry Meadows, Glenna Weber, Sharon Britt.
FIRST ROW: Gary Bowen, Wanda Breyley, Iames Rogers, Billy Linden, Russell Rlffle, Alice Simmerman, Rose Anna
Higgins, Jane Kratzer. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Baker, Ralph Horner, Darly Vermilye, David Kurtz, Edna Long, Linda
Gott, Hope Butcher, Linda Neptune, Kathleen Blllman, Ralph Mullins. THIRD ROW: David Aker, Iudith Long, Gail
Stuart, Donna Smith, Iohn Osborn, Grace White, Patty Giar, Llnda Rice, Clyde Galt.
FIRST ROW: Clair Dennis, Sherry Denbow, Mary Bassett, Robert Ward, Iames Neubrander, Neal Quast, Danny Cllnker,
Iames McConnell, Mark Lance. SECOND ROW: Iudlth Grenzenbach, Barbara Thomas, James Crawford, Joyce Denbow,
Bruce Larabee, Donny Berry, Richard Brown, Delbert Burkhart, Iane Smith, james Cole. THIRD ROW: Danny Hawley,
Ronald Denbow, Philip Dawson, Regina Mokosh, Diane Davis, Ronald Bennett, Roger Langford, Donald Davis, james
Sooy, Shelby llamllton, Mrs. Llvlngsotn.
FIRST ROW: Charles Rogers, Marlene Kolb, Charles Cary, Cynthia Elchel, Iane Fuller, Nancy Archer, Eric Steele,
Rlchard Elchel. SECOND ROW: Cathy Drury, Loren Broome, Glen Foster, Patty Klezck, Gay Kast, Steven Foster,
Donald Holmes, lane Lelby. THIRD ROW: Ioan Lelby, Patte Power, Melissa Gruver, Herbert Phillips, David Owens,
Charlene Zeebro, Ilmmy Hlsey, Bobby Slmcox. TEACHER: Mrs, Hlsey.
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FIRST ROW: Douglas Hastings, David Riddle, Mimi Welch, Robert Lamb, Sue Runkle, Dianne Duncan. SECOND ROW:
Beverly Flnkle, Nancy Bigelow, Anne Martin, Helen Weber, Thomas Bakos, Richard Manning, Billy Nesbett.
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Claybough, Bobby Englet, Deena Baker, Theresa McGraw, Richard Linden, Lana Iewett, David
Roberts, Bobby Colley, Nancy Lepka, Peggy Yeaples. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Culler, Beverly Ross, Dianna Roosa, Paul
Pomeroy, Leon Sprinkle, Patricia Haynes, Barbara Hendricks, Ierry Pitz, Helen Ross, Beverly Roub, Tracy Shirk.
THIRD ROW: Mary Blatter, Paul Pomeroy, Wayne Relsinger, Tommy Mitchell, Virgil Strait, Patricia Ward, Dianna
Puie, Mike Cooper, Ronald Baker, Barbara Riffle.
FIRST ROW: Coleretta Cole, Mary Given, Laura Blankenship, Dennis Neubrander, Gary Keener, John Skeeles, Klaren
Klmmell, Nancy Knapp, Delores Shoulter. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Clark, Paul Koons, Tonya Smith, Alice Hamilton,
Kenneth Scakacs, Mary lou Caine, Vlckl Coble, Cynthia Beard, Gary Markham, Larry Warren.
FIRST ROW: Patty Carey, Marv Alice Foster, lane Botdorf, Cris Rex, Ann Broome, Blake Iackson, Frank Carter.
SECOND ROW: Sharon Seldwuz, Dawn Asselln, Margaret Hoffman, Iim Repp, Steven Badger, Iimmy Senz, Pletta
Cruvcr, Dav1dZemanclk. 'lxlIRD ROW: Ralph Shorts, Iohn Spldel, Kay Sheppard, Allan Gump, Margaret Patton, Rick
Williams, Larry Zlebro, Mrs. Weller. ABSENT: Dlck Relnki, Richey Mitchell, Shelly Ramsler, Louise Trout, Martha
FIRST ROW: Nancy Tomlinson, Gloria Andel, Leslie Martin, Nylon Draper, Ioanne Runkle, Marquerite Baker, Ruth
Rollin. SECOND ROW: Bobby Miller, Donna Rollin, Darrell Emery, Diana Griggs, Timmy Slmonson, Denny Yost,
Ronnie Twinning. THIRD ROW: Terry Isenhart, Lynn Britt, Marion Swalno, Betty Ely, Rick Leiby, Raymond Leiby,
Tom Moskal, Janice Whitney.
FIRST ROW: Charles Roosa, Danny Strait, Luasia Vaughn, Regina Spies, Forrest Yoak, Ronald Hange, Danny Iewett.
SECOND ROW: Miss Thompson, Alice Smith, Stephen Rogers, Linda Leiby, Susan Billman, Karen Browand, David
Walkden, Cynthia Billman, Linda Grieve. THIRD ROW: james Clement, Martin Scheck, Frank White, Carole Smith,
Iohn Kusmik, David Roe, Harold Rowley, Marcia Guyer, George Colley. ABSENT: Iohn Brown, Clarence Walkden.
FIRST ROW: Patricia Lltteral, Cynthia Crawford, Cynthia Stewart, John Painter, Karen Swope, Harold Hamilton, Ben
Dennis, Cathy Bryan, Gary Slfread. SECOND ROW: IoAnn Rook, Gary Famsworth, Duane Nalley, Carolyn Wooten,
Glenda Wright, Monte Mokosh, David Mulkey, Prank Berry, Delbert Dawson, Linda Lowe, Ianice Raider. THIRD ROW:
FIRST ROW: Mary Power, Vernon Snoddy, Cindy Foster, Linda Owen, Eulynn Hastings, Connie Ramseyer. SECOND
ROW: Teddy Calfee, Michael Carpenter, Karen Kiczek, Boyd Baker, Kathleen Lance, Eloise Zlebro.
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FIRST ROW: Dean Griggs, David I-lorvath, Nancy Blessing, Deble Welsh, Linda Brock, Kent Knight, Richard Querin,
Artie Twining. SECOND ROW: Glenn Bursley, Jerry Martin, Ronald Larabee, Marcia Hawley, Iohn Duncan, Timmy
Langford, Larry Mitchell, Karen Koons, Donnie Harris.
FIRST ROW: Terryl Stroup, Elaine Reisinger, Doris Linden, Susan Sprinkle, Paula Clement, Gale Worcester, Laura
Dobson, Darlene Clifford, Roberta Smith. SECOND ROW: Lou Ann Pomeroy, Charles Swartzfager, Kenneth Roosa,
Roger Shelly, Richard Yeaples, Ronald Hopkins, Jeffrey Grieve, Stevie Englet, Margie Sherer. THIRD ROW: Iessie
Biddinger, Warren Gott, Claudia Baker, Melissa Guyer, Mark Shirk, Timothy Roberts, Laura Scheuman, Douglas Scheck,
Wanda Neptune, Timothy Taylor, Donald Hange, Mrs. Skeeles. ABSENT: David Kostecki.
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FIRST ROW: S. Bridgett, E. Gentry, N. Campbell, M. Bridgett, A. Johnson, M. Rowe, S. Rex, K. Fenstermaker,
SECOND ROW: P. Wandel, E. Jenkins, M. Gieger, N. McWilliams, E. Bishop, P.Stevenson, N. Gleger, B. Blodgett,
A. Wacker, S. Botdorf, K. Herrmann, S. Vorrhees, A. Shorts, R. Rowe, L. Norris, L. Welch, D. Crebs, B. Wandel.
THIRD ROW: I. Botdorf, D. Shadley, D. Brooks, P. Simcox, I. Majce, I. Reinhart, D. Hoffman, A. Wacker, L. Wood,
C. Nolt, T. johnson, I. Rowe, D. Snoddy, Mr. Nash.
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FIRST ROW: Brenda Butcher, Delores Van Meter, o er a e , y , ,
Kurtz, Virginia Bradley, SECOND ROW: Ianet Avery, Judy Kurtz, Ioan Hopkins, Linda Butcher, Carol Reed, Iudy
Walkden, Sharyn Scheck, Linda Shultz, Carolyn Wasson, Irene Kozub, Emestlne Hardin, Karen ,Karl. THIRD ROW:
ld M t r Bette Jackson Janet Svirik, Cathy
Carol Blake, Lois Worcester, Carol Worcester, Sandy Moore, Haro Van e e , ,
Dewar, Robert Breyley, Nancy Elliott.
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FIRST ROW: Anna Lee Robbins, Iill Clark, Marilyn Regal, Elaine Querin, jean Cllnker, Thelma Weber, Pat Shoulter,
Virginia Davis, Sue Keillor, Mary McKean, Cheryl Elliot, Kathy Baker, Norma Britt. SECOND ROW: Ioan Dague, Betty
Miller, Ann McConnell, Iudy Guyton, Dawn Wilson, Ioan Helffner, Betty Wacker, Linda Plfer, Margaret Harris, lean
Twininq, Nina Blankenship, Brenda Boyd, Virginia Rollin, Drema Britt, janet Heiffner, Phyllis Haines, Connie Hyde,
Julia Pay, Marilyn Hubler, Rosemary Bowling, Carnetta Blankenship. THIRD ROW: Martha Free, Ioan Davis, Iorene
Stark, Della Hawley, Donald Britt, David McMillan, Rusty Grenzenbach, David Howe, Robert Briggs, lim Basset,
Carol Menqertnk, Emma Messmore, Ray Rosecrans, Tom Iordan, Ronnie Finley, Jeff Keep, Richard McConnell, Rusty
Piier, Iohn Nesbitt, Barbara Wright, Okal Messmore', Loretta Phillips, Betty Orcutt.
FIRST ROW: Iill Clark, Susan Burkhart, Linda Plfer, Marilyn Hubler, Pat Shoulter, Marilyn Regal. SECOND ROW: Ann
McConnell, Virginia Rollin, Barbara Wright, Betty Ucutt, Carol Mengerlnk, Della Hawley, Lorene Stark, Betty Wacker.
FIRST ROW: Sharon Rex, Connie Blllhiemer, Laura Walder, Linda Norris, Pat Stevenson, Kay Fenstermaker,
Eloise Gentry. SECOND ROW: Mr. Nash, Pat Wandel, Roberta Rowe, Sherry Botdorf, Agnes Wacker, Sonja
Voorhees, Louise Welch.
Brenda Butcher, Janet Avery, Carol Reed, 'Carolyn Wasson, Linda Shultz, Ioan Hopkins, Nancy Elliott, Carol
Worcester, Bette Iackson.
FIRST ROW: Duane Snoddy, Ilm Botdorf, Ilm Rowe, Tom Iohnson, Dick Crebs, Bud Wandel. SECOND ROW: joe
Majce, Phillip Slmcox, Arnold Wacker, Larry Wood, Calvin Nolt.
Rusty Pilar, Ronald Flnley, Rusty Grenzenbach, David Howe, Tom Iordan, Ray Rosecrans, Ilm Bassett, Marilyn
SECOND ROW: Marilyn Hubler, Pat
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The newly formed Black River marching band performed at each of the home football games
and several of the away football games We participated in the Medina County Bandarama and
concert at the
The concert band gave performances at each of the schools for an assembly program and
FIRSI' ROW: Gary Wandel, lpis Sooy, Janet Fleming, Barbara Kline, Barbara Baker, Rick McFrederick, Karl Kolb,
Iay Kast, Steve Wandel. SECOND ROW: Mary Fleming, Mary Herrmann, Iim Williams, Tom Williams, Paul Lowe,
Iames Wolf, Douglas Bowen, Ronald Rogers, Russell Sage, Gary Burden, Mr. Root, Norbert Larkey, Robert Myers.
FIRST ROW: Peggy Davis, Karen Scakacs. SECOND ROW: Karen Sifread, Sherry Rlngler, Susan Wright, Patty Cole, Ronald Quast.
THIRD ROW: Teara Smith, Carol Ringler, Donald Sprinkle, Scott Larabee, Glen Sigread, Cellan Baker. FOUMH ROW: Carol
Humphrey, Sharon Farnsworth, Beth Stark, Conductor: Mr. Herold, Susan Burkhart, Ronald Blessing, Gary Easterday, Linda Painter,
The junior bands under the direction of Mr. Louis Root and Mr.
Richard Herold have worked hard this year. They have performed at
various P. T. A. meetings, gave a spring recital, and entered several
of their members in the music contests.
A few of our more "matured" members are looking forward to being
in the senior marching band next year.
FIRST ROW: Leslie Clevldence, Duane Snoddy, Ted Fetzer, Eugene Snoddy, Robert Clark, jim Rowe, Harry
Lelby, lack Grlssinger. SECOND ROW: Mr. Gottron, lim Botdorf, Ian Reinhardt, George McWilliams, Charles
Napier, Bill Herrmann, Dennis llwln, Arnold Wacker, Larry Wood, Carl Rogers, Bob Allen, Jim Gott.
FIRST ROW: Gary Westervelt, Mr. Kimmell, Kenny Berry, Bud Halada, Gordon Smith, Ronald Finley, Leslie
Meininger, Ralph Kish, Roy Leininger. SECOND ROW: David McMillan, Iohn Nesbitt, Bob Briggs, Henry
Cowhick, David Weyer, Doyle Oxender, Andy Llptak, Eldon Barone, Layton Melnlnger, Donald Britt. THIRD
ROW: Ray Iacquet, Ieff Keep, Iohn Iordan, Iohn Bell, Rusty Grenzenbach, Stanley Ward, Richard Marshall, Ierry
Bauer, Mike Moskal.
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Campbell, Sharon Rex, Connie Billhiemer, Linda Norris, Mary Ann Bridgett, Eloise Gentry.
SECOND ROW: louise Welch, Agnes Wacker, Arnold Wacker, Kathleen Herrmann, Bertha Bloduett, Mrs. Hines.
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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Dawley, Dolores Larkey, Bette Iackson, Sharyn Scheck, Irene Kozub. SECOND ROW: Judy
walkdun, Janet Avery, Roberta Leach, Karen Karl, Llnda Shultz.
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Campbell, Eloise Gentry, Louise Welch, Connie Billhiemer, Mary Ann Bridgett, Sharon Rex.
SECOND ROW: Pat Wandel, Anita Thompson, Bertha Blodgett, Phillip Simcox, Kathleen Herrmann, Nancy Geiger,
Pat Stevenson, Mr. Kiliany.
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FIRST ROW: Mrs. Dawley, Carol Worcester, Brenda Butcher, Mark Smith, Carol Reed, Gary Larkey, Bette
Jackson, Russell Sage. SECOND ROW: Roberta Leach, Grace Mullins, Connie Converse, Dolores Larkey, Irene
Kozub, Sandy Moore, Cathy Dewar, Linda Shultz, Mary Walkden, Janet Avery, Sandy Taylor.
FIRST ROW: vlrgmla Roilln, Ann McConnell,
Elliot, Nomla Britt, Susan Ballou, Pat Shoult
Hubler, Drema Britt, Sue Kelllor, Marilyn
wright, Donald Rosecrans , Emma Messmore,
FIRSI' ROW Ann Shorts Mary Ann Brldqett, Ioe Majce, Larrywood, Agnes Wacker, Mr Workman SECOND ROW
Susan Brldgett, Barbara Howard, Erlc Klrvel, Eugene Snoddy, Dennis Howe, Stephen Wandel
er, Iudy Guyton, Ioan Shoulter, Betty Wacker, Linda Pifer, Marilyn
FIRST ROW: Carol Worcester, Roberta Leach, Mr. Florence, Bruce Blake, Roger Svirlk, Tom Davenport. SECOND
ROW: Marilyn Blake, Sandy Taylor, Karen Kari, Warren Waltz, Louise Baker, Mary Walkden, Carl Sturart.
Donald Sprinkle, Sharon Farnsworth, Linda Pifer, Ieifrey Keep, Martha Free, Larry Haswell, Bud Halada, Dean
Farnsworth, Bob Briggs, Brenda Boyd, Larry Handley, Cheryl Regal.
FIRST ROW: Sonja Voorhees, Anita Thompson, Roberta Rowe, Kathleen Herrmann, Agnes Wacker. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Gottron, Linda Norr1s,.Ilm Rowe, Ann Crebs.
FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Ienklns, Nancy Campbell, Sharon Rex, Marilyn Rowe, Connie Billheimer, Bud Wandel,
Judy Long. SECOND ROW: Mrs. limes, Eloise Gentry, Dick Crebs, Ioe Majce, Eric Klrvel, Arnold Wacker,
Max Mcfmclcrlck, Philip Slmcox, Loulse llowman.
FIRST ROW: Anna Johnson, Eloise Gentry, Mary Ann Bridgett, Laura Walders, Connie Billheimer, Susan Bridgett,
Louise Howman, Nancy Campbell. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hines, Noreen McWilliams, Pat Wandel, Louise Welch,
Linda Fuller, Sherry Botdorf, Agnes Wacker, Kathleen Herrmann, Nancy Geiger, Bertha Blodgett, Pat Stevenson,
Margaret Geiger, Linda Norris, Sharon Rex.
FIRST ROW: Lois Ella Sooy, Bonnie Long, Carol Hisey, Wilma Allen, Linda Pummell, Gail Hoyer, Barbara Kline,
Carol Napier. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hines, Barbara Baker, Cheryl Leiby, Dara Hanners, Phylis Daniels, Barbara
Howard, Linda Kline, Ann Herrmann, Gwen Foster, Maxine Trapp, Virginia Vanetta.
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HEAD COACH: Lou Tssipis, Assistant Coach: Larry Marker. Dick Brooks, Bill Benford, Gary Larkey, Ian Reinhardt, Iohn Nagy, Bud
Halada, Roger Svirik, Dean Famsworth, Tom Davenport, Dick Wuthrich, Warren Waltz.
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Ieromesville 67 58
Seville 77 66
LeRoy-Westfield 73 72
Highland 69 51
Brunswick 63 58
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Moore 's Une Hour Dry Cleaner
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Wells Insurance Agency
Guy S. Wells, Owner
Office Phones: 555 or 556
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Office Phone: 2431
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Phone Lodi 5191 Phone Lodi 4491
106 Prospect Street Lodi, Ohio
Phone 2 5 81
Telephone Homerville 2261
C. W. Sommer, Inc.
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Phone 261 1
S 's Amoco Service Statilm
West Salem Ohio
,lim 's Place
Good Food - Open 24 I-Irs.
"Hope To See You After The Games"
Junction Of 224 G 42
Lodi and and Gravel
Wholesale And Retail
Sand And Gravel
Mason And Concrete Sand
Co. Rd. 92
Mack 's Food Center and Locker
l 1X2 Miles West Of Lodi
Complete One-Stop Food Market
Curing And Smoking And Freezing For
Home Freezers Or Lockers
West Salem Equity
West Salem Ohio
B. H. Mining Company
O. C. Warner, Owner
Phone 31 1 5
Hightower and Morse
How MUCH you remember
is perhaps less important
than how FULLY you and
how W'ISELYyou put to use
what you DO remember.
TheF. E. Myers Xe Bros. , Inc.
Your Office Supply Store
Supplies-Office Machines-Office Furniture-Gifts
10 West Main Street
Norton F umeral Home
William And Lois Norton
24 Hour Ambulance Service
370 South Main
"You Can Pay More But You f'
Can't Buy Better"
Clarence M. Crum
Real Estate Broker
Specializing In Good
Farms And Residential
Phone 46 7 l
Lodi Lumber Co.
Lodi Fo undry Company
Aluminum Castings For Aircraft
Earl Martinson - Carlton Brewster
Phone Lodi 2141
Always Compliments Of
Yougefvice Weekly Implement
SALES AND SERVICE
Sales And Service
Phone-Wadsworth FE 4-7100
Allison s Hardware
West Salem Ohio
0 Rex Brothers
Ea 49 Ea 43
Shell Service Station
Perkin 'S Jewelry
Expert Watch And Clock Repairing
Phone 52 Ol
Phone Res. 4402
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Plumbing Fixtures Heating
Kohler GHG r5I'iQQS And National Boilers
,lack De Voe
uillin Bros. Construction Co. , Inc.
Sand And Gravel
Wholesalers And Retailers Of All Grades
Truck Delivery To All Points In County
We Wish To Thank Our Advertisers
For Placing Their Ads In Our Annual.
We Hope All Subscribers To The Annual
Will Patronize These Advertisers
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Congratulations To The Class Of 1959
The E. Biglow Company
Vitrified Extra Quality
Shale Drain Tile -- Drain Tile Fittings
New London Ohio
Hall 's Restaurant
The Ashland Hardware Company
Speed Queen Washers 61 Dryers
The Uld Phoenix National Bank
Medina County's Oldest And Largest Bank
Member Of F. D.I. C.
Member Of Federal Reserve System
Brunswick - Medina - Seville
Chatham Lumber and Supply C0 .
Doors - Windows - Roofing - Blocks - Hardware
NOrth 7-2 33 3
arlisle Drive - In Theater
Route 20 Between Elyria And Oberlin
PhOne FA 2-6896
Spencer Electric Shop
Lew Iewett - Iim McKisson
Electrical Wiring Electrical Supplies Electrical Appliances
"No Iob Is Too Small"
Wible Pontiac Cadillac , Inc.
321 South Court Street
,lim and Ruthfs Sac Mor Market
Groceries - Fresh Fruits
Meats - Vegetables
Dunlap as Milk Transport
Phone GL 8-2433
Bulk or Cans
The Farmer as Savings Bank
Member Of F. D. I. C
Maximum Insurance Of S10, 000. 00 For Each Depositor
FRIENDLY INN Litchfield, Ohio
IAKE'S GULF SERVICE Medina Ohio
ANDERSON'S DRUG STORE Medina Ohio
HANSHUE AUTO COMPANY Medina Ohio
TUBBS AGENCY Medina Ohio
A. H. DUDAS, BROKER Medina Ohio
BECK BROS. HARDWARE Medina Ohio
MEDINA FARMER'S PRODUCTION Medina, Ohio
I Compliments Of
Benton s Store
"On The Square"
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Halladay s Sohlo Station
I Complete Ignition Service
R. E. Bensons 81 Sons B.E Goodrich
FIRST IN RUBBER
I B. F. Goodrich Home 8: Auto Supplies
My lady s Salon
Haircuts Manager-Betty Lewis Permanents
' Operator-Ianet Underwood
Hair-Styling - Shampoos
Phone Lodi 3911 - Medina Street
Matteson Funeral Home
24 Hour Prompt Oxygen
Equipped Ambulance Service
"Buy It From Platt"
EIIiott's Funeral Home
Distinctive Funeral Service
Modern Invalid Car
Licensed Lady Attendant
223 Wooster Street
"Buy It From Piatt"
Clyde Piatt and Sons
The lodi Advertiser
Serving This Area
111 Wooster Street
Real Estate Broker
215 Mill St.
Parker and Sons
Funeral Home And Home Furniture
Lodi - Phone 3281 Spencer Phone - 3253
Wertman's Dry Cleaning
Free Pick Up And Delivery Service
Home Of Quality Meats 6: Groceries
Your Complete Food Market
Wackerman's General Store
Groceries - Fresh Meats - Dry Goods
Be Proud Of Your School
Wooster lumber Company
Phone HO 2-801 5
Homerville Service Center
Harl's Body Shop
Alloy Fabricators, Inc.
Stainless Steel Equipment
For School Kitchens
W. C. Bason General Insurance
Medina County Bank
Lodi and Valley City, Ohio
Member F. D.I. C.
locke Manufacturing Company
Metal Building Products
"American Foremost Wrought Iron Craftmen"
Chippewa Meat, Inc.
Ask For This Home Made Product
In The Majority Of
Medina County Markets
Phone 21 01
Chippawa Lake Ohio
Phone 2 5 81
West Salem Ohio
New Holland ' Standard Products
Hines Implement Sales
Minneapolis-Moline Power Implements
Sales And Service
West Salem Ohio
West Salem Bowling Center
West Salem Ohio
Farmers State Bank
Good Luck Seniors
M. 81 T. Chevrolet Company
Chevrolet Sales And Service
Phone 2 5 1 1
West Salem Ohio
Congress Auto Wrecking
Highest Price Paid For Iunk Cars And Late Model Wrecks
In Any Condition
lf4 Mi. west On 604
Phone Congress 604
Congres s Ohio
Creston livestock Sales
Sales Every Monday
Harry H. Hawk
Auctioneer And Manager
Cre ston Ohio
I O Xu I Satisfaction
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Chxysler - Plymouth
Sales And Service
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Chippawa Lake P one 1 1 Ohio
The United Dain' Company
Carry Out Beverages
Phone 581W - Wellington
B. F. Goodrich Store
159 Union Street
Brockway Sohio Sewice
On Route 58 -- Phone: Elgin 6-2181
Front End Alignment
The Fikes Company
Home I-'urni shers-Funeral Directors
Funeral Home - FOrest 8-6011
Furniture Store - FOrest 8-6021
Medina Supply Company
Dealers In Ready Mix Concrete And Builders Supplies ,
Plants Located At:
Wellington - Medina
Wadsworth - Strongsville
121 South Street
Concrete Blocks -- Builders Supplies
New London Ohio
The Savings and loan
A State Charted Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
New London Ohio
Congratulations To The Class Of 1959
The Ashland Vault
Leo Heyl Rex Robbins
lou's Flower 81 Gift Shop
Flowers And Gifts For All Occasions
Phone: Days 285Y
Evenings 5 W
134 Herrick Avenue, West
516 Herrick Avenue
Gordon's Paint-Paper Store
"33 Years Decorating Experience"
235 Orange Street
Ashland Home Owners
B ' B tW' h
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Leibfarth's Class Of 1959
H. C. Wheeler
Phone 37761 - 21575
W. 12th Sli. All Erie RR
Gilbert Furniture Company
Two Oxygen Equipped
Burketfs Cities Service
So. Of City Limits
Phone 249 W
Rexall Drug Store
The Farmers Bank of Ashland
Main Office East Branch
19 W. Main St. E. Main At Eastern
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The National latex Products Company
Toy Balloons Se Other Genuine
Wellington Hardware 81 Furniture
"A Complete Shopping Center"
Authorized Elgin Distributor
Pine Watches -- Clocks -- Repairing
Complete Selection Of Watch Bands
Ralph E. Snyder, Watchmaker
118 East Main St. Palace Theater Bldg.
Art Printing Company
"Printing That Pleases"
147 East 2nd Street
Brake Service-Engine Tune-Up
206 Herrick Ave. , East
- 0 Whitney Shell Service
I 52 f9 Motor Repair-Tires-Batteries
I Phone 520
L K. Coates Service Station
I Phone 290W
130 Herrick Ave. East
Skeeles Ford Sales, Inc.
The Only Complete Car In Its Field
.dfwaizly mnnunv Phone 369 228 N. Main Street
A. J. Weber 81 Company
Office Phone 86
A.I. Weber, 100-K
247 - Y
Wm. L. Weber ,
Dr. S. R. Stone
The Sterling Foundry Company
Wellington lumber Company
H.V. Kime T.C. McMahon
Ph ne 256
Phones - Office 83-251 H E SS
Hart Construction Co.
Prescriptions - Sick Room Supplies
Cosmetics Wheel Chairs
460 Oberlin Road
Asphalt - Tar - Road Oil 148 Middle Avenue
Furnished And Applied Phone FA 2-4525
Elyria Ohio Elyria Ohio
Loans To Build Or
First For Fashions
114 Middle Avenue
and loan Co.
FA 2-2429 200 Middle Avenue
Elyria Ohio Elyria Ohio
We Specialize In Good Food.
Prepared As You Like It.
Located At The Light
Concrete Masonry Co.
P.O. Box 519 Good Food
Elyria Ohio Spencer Ohio
Hill Top House Restaurant
When Dining Out,Dine
At The Hill Top House
338 East Bridge Street
Dallas G. Auble
For All Your Insurance Needs
Insure And Be Sure
Spencer Gas and Oil Co.
Our Factory to you plan,
which eliminates two profits,
makes it possible for us to
under sell our competitors ,
three to seven dollars on
passenger tires, and five to
twelve dollars on truck and
Office Phone: 2401 and 2012
Clarence And Zelma Allison
Griesinger's Shoe Store
Phone PA 3-5612
Spencer Ohio Medina Ohio
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TowNE TOURIST CAMP
The SaVillgS DHDOSH Bank Yr1aLENNY'S DRIVE IN
Member F. D. I. C.
THE WATCH SHOP
N. E. Walters Store
Medina Farmers Exchange
Massey -- Ferguson
Phone Park 21511 Phone 2382
Medina Ohio Spencer Ohio
Looking For News Of
The Black River School
lHardware and Blacksmith Shen YQU Wm Find It
General Farm Machinery Repair
Complete me Of Hardware Chronicle Telegram
Welding -- Electric and Acetylene 225 East Avenue
Phone 3314 FI-Xirfax 3-3321
Spencer Ohio Elyria Ohio
Farm And Industrial Compliments
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Medlna Tractor Sales Bee Supplies Candles
144 North Court Street Toys
Phone PA-2-7034 Medina Medina Ohio
Spencer Ohio Spencer Ohio
Compliments Of . . O
Jrm and Dan Sohro Servree
lodi Paint and Body Shop
Tires And Batteries
Phone 3513 Phone 2635
Lodi O1'1iO Homerville Ohio
Wayne County's Most Compliments
Complete Dry Cleaners
Coo er 1 Hour Na tmrzrn
p P g Franchester Farms
The Most In Dry Cleaning
140 South Market
Wooster Ohio B rb k Ohio
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Wooster Home Office Ohio
Smith Dairy Products Co.
Milk 81 Ice Cream
Wads worth Ohio
Best Wishes To
The Class Of '59
Bond Shoe Store
landes 84 landes
Established 1 9 05
Carl C. Hummel 81 Sons
C. A. Power
Phone 2444 Phone 3115
Homerville Ohio West Salem Ohio
Compliments Of Compliments
Kenneth Breyley Of
Ohio Certified Hybrid Seed Co'
Phone Chatam No. 72759 River Street
Spencer Ohio Lodi Ohio
W. H. Heffelfmger .
Insurance Of All Kinds Chippawa Elgyalgr
218 Church Street
Ph01'16 3921 Phone 2111
Lodi Ohio Chippawa Lake Ohio
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Washing, Greasing, Waxing, T0
Tire Changing ,
Wooster street IsaIy's Dany Store
Lodi Ohio Lodi Ohio
Compliments Rowland Bros.
TV Drug And Prescriptions
Zenith Products 11 3 Wooster Street
114 Broadway Avenue Phone 3251
Lodi Ohio Lodi Ohio
Modern Beauty Shoppe .
Ba,be,Sho,,-Ph0ne 3351 Western Auto Famrly Store
Beauty Shoppe-Phone 3355 Phone 5161
Lodi Ohio I Lodi Ohio
ffflamingoff Ray Adamson
Lodi Ohio Homerville Ohio
Ray' s Sohio Station
Sq. Of West Salem
West Salem Ohio
Compliments Of F
The Value Shop
New And Used Furniture
We st Salem Ohio
Steel's Dry Goods
See Nlck and Duck
Shoes And Notions
Phone 2641 For Your Haircuts
West Salem Ohio West Salem Ohio
Harry E. Ramsier
Buyer Of Scrap Iron, Metals, Etc
South Of West Salem
Rt. 301 To Road N. 132
First Road Left
West Salem Ohio
For The Best
In Mobile Homes
West Canaan Trailer Sales R
Phone Burbank 2520 I
West Canaan Ohio
Home Of Lane Cedar Chest
Furniture, Floor Coverings And
Phone HO 2-7791
Canaan Market and locker
Storage General Store
County Rd. 51
Call Creston 2211
Mr. 81 Mrs. Aurther Stevenson Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Sooy
Homerville Ohio Homerville Ohio
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ihnlilfriiitii 225556 Ripley? Drug Store
Tire Recapping And Repairing
222 West Liberty
WOOS'CeI' Ohio West Salem Ohio
Hines Jewelry John Shaw Insurance Agency
West Salem Ohio West Salem Ohio
W. G. Smith
For All Your
West Salem Ohio
Hawkins Service Station
Gas-Oil-Tires-Tube s-Acces sories
Phone 32 6 l
We st S alem Ohio
West Salem Food Market D, G, Keener
Phone 3693 Optometrist
West Salem Ohio
Compliments Best Of Luck To The
Of Class Of '59
Mr. Auto Store l. R. Kindsvatter
West Salem Ohio
Compliments Of Class Of 1959
Kirk's Garage Brenner Bros.
Wrecking Service Woosters Largest Exclusive
Phone 2651 For Men And Boys
West Salem Ohio Wooster Ohio
. ' . Compliments
Wertzels Radro and TV
Sales And Service
707 Bank St.
Fuhrman Ford Sales
West Buckeye Street
West Salem Ohio
The Best People
In The World Read
Medina County Gazette
Modern Ignition Servite
Bear Front End Service
Gerald Mong, Owner
4'07 W. Smith Road
For Fun And Recreation
Feckley Auto Sales, Inc.
Ford Sales - Service
M i I to n ' s
Your Credit Ieweler
Watches - Diamonds - Iewelry
544 W. Broad St.
Medina Ohio Elyria 01110
laribee and Cooper S. B. Rickard Insurance
I Medina Ohio Medina Ohio
Cantleliarws Radio and TV
Pomeroy Plumbing 81 Heating Service
Radio And TV Service
Bathrooms Water Pumps
Phone 3514 Work Guaranteed
Spencer Ohio Spencer Ohio
, , , Medina Farm Bureau
lenkm s Florist
Chatham Ohio Medina Ohio
of Groceries Meats
lee Willkdell Tl'llCklllg "Serving Our Many Friendsl'
For 44 Years
Chatham Ohio Litchfield Ohio
Congfatulations Simple Simon's Tavern
Seniors 0 1X2 Mile West Of
Hausted Manufacturing Medina' Ohio
On Route 18
Medina Ohio Phone 25419
Bill Nash Hrggms Jewelers
Phone 2 4 7 4
Spencer Ohio Spencer Ohio
Rufo's Hardware Compliments
Hardware, Glass, Sporting Goods
TV's and Appliances
Electrical and Plumbing Supplies
617 Oberlin Road
Phone Glendale 8-5321
The Wagenman Paint Co.
Compliments The Beauty Nook
Qf "Complete Beauty Service"
WoIf's Garage Phone 2634
Phone 2231 North Main Street
SDGHCGI' 01110 Spencer Ohio
Frozen Foods - Ice Cream
Groceries - Meats
Fruits - Vegetables
Gulf Gas - Oil
River Corners Ohio
Hendrick's Farm and Home
Hardware - Paints
And Poultry Equipment
Of ' 7
Finley s Drugs
Day 61 Nite
Sullivan Ohio New London Ohio
Wennefs New london
"Flowers For All Occasions" Allis-Chalmers
Phone 9-1585 Massey-Harris
139 First Street Sales 6: Service
New London Ohio Wellington Ohio
Reynolds lumber Company
Phone 9 089 1
New London Ohio
F. A. Irish Market
130 West Herrick
Choice Meats, Groceries,
Fish And Poultry
For The Best
In Sports Coverage
lyn-Way Drive In
Corrugated Pipe h
Black Top and Concrete Work
Ashland Equity Exchange
Wayne Feeds, Sunoco Gas, Oil
Fuel Oil, Seed 6: Fertilizer
Harrison l. Comstock
Attorney At Law
Brenner Shoe Co.
The Shoe Store So Well Known
Within The Radius Of Fifty Miles
Phone 46 Phone 53Y
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
G. CI Wight Jewelry Store
lilf GHHBTS Diamonds at Gifts
"l0O Years Friendly Service"
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
Isaly Dairy Store 81 Restaurant
P.S. Ieavons, Owner
"On The Square"
Tony's Sunoco Seryice
W. Herrick Ave.
Sf Bennett St.
A. B. Furniture
257 N. Main St.
Curtis E. Truman
Oxygen Equipped Ambulance
Curtis E. Truman Owner
Waite Radio 81 TV
TV Sales 6: Service
Phone Wellington 106
129 East Herrick Avenue
Best wishes Class of-'59
Glenn E. lamb
"Drive A Little :
K. H. Haulk
Fire-Hail Extended Coverage
Life-Health-Accident Save A Lot"
Phone Elgin 6-2491 1X2 Mile West State Rd. 58
Sullivan Ohio Wellington Ohio
When You Need Flowers-Try Ours
Streit and Kramer
Hardware And Farm Implements
Norge 61 Zenith.Radio 6: TV
Speed Queen Washers
DeLaval Milkers Rear 509 West Main St.
New Idea 61 Dunham Farm Machinery
Polk Phone 53551 Ohio Ashland Ohio
Dean Regal 81 Son Sandwiches
Painting Milk - Butter - Eggs
Interior And Exterior Emmons Dairy Products
Koo1Kote Roof Coating Dial 31570
Phone Wellington 465W 3rd Sf Orange Streets,
R. D. 43 Chick And Mary Lou
Wellington Ohio Ashland Ohio
A 84 P Tea Company
Ashland Ohio New London Ohio
Gray's Furniture Store
We Sell New And Used
24 West 2nd Street
Johnny's Food Basket, Inc.
"A Complete Food Market"
West End Greenhouse
"Victor And Cecile"
Wedding Our Specialities
177 West Main
New London Ohio
Open Bowling 1-6:30 fMon,,- Fri,j
Saturday 1 P.M. To Closing
Sunday l P.M. To 5 P.M.
Ashland Ohio Mansfield Wellington Ohio
Compliments Of Compliments
Shox - Stok, Inc. Of
Electric Fence Controllers M. N.
Grllbbirlg TOIIQS Sohio Distributor
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
HaroId's Motor Co.
333 Orange Street
Open Bowling-l 2-6: 30 Uvlon. -Fri.l
Saturday-12:00 P. M. - Closing
Sunday-12:00 P.M. -Closing
Phone 2 29 7 3
Dean Wallpaper 81 Paint
Distributor Of Paints
Phone 2 0001
125 W. Washington St.
RaIph's Grocery and Market
Phone OxFord 2-3112
Try Our Rolling Market
The Office Supply Store
145 West Main Street
Church Radio 84 TV
305 Prospect Street
. Phone 522-K
Herrick Avenue East
For The Best Ice Cream Cone
Sundaes, And Shakes
Route 18 East
Sales G Service
Compliments Dilgard Auto Parts
Yahnke Heating Rep1iQ'Z2EiTePrTSfkMd
Phone 197 Phone 31564
Wellington Ohio Ashland Ohio
Television G Record Shop
458 Cleveland Avenue
J. l. Donley 84 Bro.
Feed, Seeds and Coal
Grain, Tile And Builders' Supplies
Phone: 42321 For
Ashland Ohio Ashland Ohio
Gerald S StUdl0 Ashland County Farm Bureau
And Camera Shop
212 Center Street
Ashland Ohio Ashland Ohio
Compliments 'Of Compliments Of
P 84 R Electric, Inc. Th0miIS and BFOWII
"The Store That Service Built" A. C. - John Deere
30 S. Railroad Street New Idea
Phone 9-1587 Phone 9-0551
New London Ohio New London Ohio
Diamond - Watches - Gifts
Next To Sears
Western Reserve, Inc.
503 Broad Street
Phone FAirfax 2-4677
Elyria Ohio Elyria Ohio .
When Going Formal Get In The Swim!
Wasserman's Tux Rental
and Taylormg he Inexpensive
119 1X2 East Avenue , At
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Pipe Plugs - Filler Plugs - Drain Plugs
With Permanent Alnico Magnet
Magnetic Drain Plug, Inc.
Starkey Auto Glass
Topping Brothers Ford Garage
Vamer's Sporting Goods
Dale Drug 6. Hobby Shop
W. M. Spreng, Ir. M.D.
Home Hardware Co.
Fashion Company, Nate Priegel
Smith's Music Appliance
Roland's Clothing Store
Moshers Clothing, Men's G Boys' Wear
Shepherd Chevrolet 6. Oldsmobile
Farm and Dairy
Charles W. Horr, Ir.
Rodel's Shoe Store
Robarts Paint 8. Wallpaper
Warren Clothing Co.
Hillikers Music Store
Hannon Motor Sales
Nova Shell Service
Gris singer Hardware
Bodager Hardware Ierome sville
Stahl's Hardware Co.
Dr. I. C. MacDermont, Ir.
Dr. R. B. Meyers
The Wellington Telephone Co.
Paul Dammeyer N.O.B.A.
Aldrich Lumber Co.
Mrs. Ted Richards, Avon Cosmetics
Ashland Cleaners G Dyers
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Furhman's I.G.A. Store
Richard F. Nichols, M.D.
Ray's Pure Oil
Kindig's Log Cabin
Gold Star Feed Mills
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