Black River High School - Echo Yearbook (Sullivan, OH)
- Class of 1963
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The Senior Class
BLACK RIVER HIGH SCHOOL
'Foreword and taff
This book brings to a close the record of another year at Black River High. We have
tried to record the most important happenings throughout the year. When you get in the
reminiscing mood you can pick up your "ECHO" and view the memoirs of your friends, faculty,
classes, activities, and social life.
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EDITORS: Charles J accaud Anne Herrmann
PROPHECY --------- ,- - La1'1'yHaHd1ey,D0HBer1'y ADVERTISING ED. . . . . . . Bill Johnson, Fred Forster
HISTORY .' . . . Olvia McMillan, Carol Kari,Carol Napier Linda Kline, Cheryl Walkden
Beth Stark, Carol Humphrey, Bette Hawley COPY and LAYOUT ,,,,,, Beth Stark, Pat Ryan
SPORTS ED ...... ..... D ick Markley, Tom McKean Nancy Jordan, Cheryl Walkden
POEM ................. Janet MCReyn01dS BUSINESS MANAGERS .... Nancy Jordan,TornWilliarns
PHOTOGRAPHERS . . . . . . . JackHeilman,BillJohnson
WILL . . . . . . . . . . Diana Gonzales, Carol Humphrey
We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there.
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MR. SANFORD SPOTTS
MR JOHN SOUTH MR. JOHN PURTELL
We, the fifth Graduating Class of Black River
High School, wish to express our gratitude for the
guidance we have received throughout our Senior year,
dedicate this annual, the ECHO, to our Senior class
MR. LYLE STUART
MR. LEE MCFREDERICK
MR. DONALD WANDEL
MR. BURT ROLLIN
Mr. Thomas Bangert
Mr. Thomas Bangert graduated from Kitts Hill
High School, in Kitts Hill, Ohio, in 1942. For the next
three years he served in the Navy. In 1951 he graduated
from Ohio Wesleyan University. In 1954 he obtained a
Masters in Education from Kent State University.
Mr. Donald larabee
High School Principal
' Mr. Donald Larabee attended Wellington High
School in Wellington, Ohio. During his four years of
Army service, he attended Washington Jefferson Col-
lege, Washington, Pennsylvania. In 1949 he graduated
with a B.S. in Educ ation from Ashland College , Ashland,
Ohio. During the summer of 1950, he attended Gregg
College in Chicago. After he attended Colorado State
Teachers' College, in Greely, Colorado, he graduated
in 1957 from Kent State University with a Masters
Degree in School Administration.
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F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. Officer
4g F.F.A. Dairy Judging 35
Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3g
Varsity A Club 2,3,4g Class
O ffi c e r 3,43 Homecoming
LARRY ALLAN HANDLEY
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. Officer 2,3,4g
F.F.A. Gen. Livestock 1,2,3g Wool Judg-
ing 1,2,3g Parliamentary Staff 2,3,4g Nat.
F.F.A. Convention 3g State F.F.A. Con-
vention 1,2,3g Class Officer 4.
ELIZABETH ANN STARK
Mixed Chorus l,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Beta
Club 3,45 Home Ee. Club 1,2,3,4g Home
Ec. Club Officer 2,3,4g Class Officer 43
Class Play 3g Annual Staff 4.
BETTE KAYE HAW LEY
Cheerleading 2,3,4g Class Of-
ficer 1,3 ,4g Spanish Club 1,2g
Pep Club 3,45 Homecoming
Queen 49 Homecoming Court
35 F.F.A. Queen 33 Newspaper
ELIZABETH ANNE ALLEMANG
Mixed Chorus 33 Majorette 3,45 Beta
Club 3,45 Beta Club Officer 4g Stu-
dent Council 3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Art
2,33 Drivers Training Rodeo 3.
JEFFERY B. ARMSTRONG
Basketball lg Football 2,3.
SUSAN PEARL BALLOU
County Band 1,3g Mixed Cho
rus 1,3g Girls' Ensemble 1,
2,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Band Of-
ficer 3g Latin Club 3,45 Coun-
ty Solo Contest 1,3g Art 1,
BETTY ANGELENA BARKER
Mixed Chorus lg G.A.A. 3,4g
Home Ee. Club 1,4.
DONALD JAMES BERRY
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. General Live-
stock Team 33 Wool Judging 1,23 Parlia-
mentary Staff 1,2,3,4g State F.F.A. Con-
vention 1g National F.F.A. Convention
3g Art 1.
Football 1,2g Scholarship Tests 3g
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Football 43 Baseball 1,2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus 1,2,4g Girls'
Ensemble 2g Home Ec. Club
1,2,3,4g Pep Club 3g Class
Officer 2g Student Council lg
Class Play 3.
LINDA LENORE BROOKS EUGENE BUTCHER
Mixed Chorus lg Home Ec. Club 3g Baseball 1,3,4g Student Council 4.
Pep Club 2,3g Girls' Athletic Association
KAREN ANN DAVIDSON
County Chorus 3g Mixed Cho-.
rus 3,4g Cheerleading 33 Pep
Club 3,43 Student Council 2g
Librarian 25 Newspaper 45 An-
nual Staff 4.
FRED J. FORSTER
Scholarship Tests 1,2,3g Li-
brarian 2,4g Annual Staff 45
Chemistry Lab Assistant 3,4g
Science Club 4g Science Club
Officer 4g Boys' State 3.
DIANNA SUE GONZALES KENNETH J. HALLIWELL
Mixed Chorus lg Girls' Ensemble 4g F.F.A. lg Scholarship Test 3.
Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4g Home Ec. Club
Officer 4g Librarian 1,2,4g Annual Staff
DARA LEE HANNERS LOREN HASTINGS
Beta Club 3,45 Pep Club 3, Class Of-
ficer 1,2g Scholarship Tests 2,35 Class Basketball 1,2g Football 1,2,3,4g Base-
Play 35 Librarian 1,2,4g Newspaper 2, ball 2, Track 35 Varsity A Club 3,4g
3,4g Annual Staff 4. Officer 4g Varsity A Club Officer 4.
JACK EDWARD HEILMAN
Class Play 3g Annual Staff 4.
ANNE HERRMANN TOM HORD
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Club 3,43 Beta Club 3,45 Pep 1'-'10 3 a1'Si Y U
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DENNIS HOWE RAYMOND HOWMAN
County Band lg County Chorus 3, Band F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Football 4.
1,2,3,4g F.F.A. Officer 3,4g Latin Club
1,2g Science Club Officer 4, Annual
Staff 4, Public Speaking 1,2,3,4.
WILLIAM LEROY JOHNSON
F.F.A. lg Basketball lg Track
1,2g Annual Staff 4.
N ANC Y LOIS J OR DAN
Mixed Chorus lg Majorette
1,2,3g Newspaper 2,3,4g Home
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CAROL ANN HUMPHREY CHARLES WADE JACCAUD
County Band 2,33 Mixed Chorus lg Band
l,2,3,4g Latin Club 2,33 Annual Staff Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Boys' Ensemble
45 Pep Club 3,43 Class Officer lg Class l,3,4g Annual Staff 4, Driver's Training
Rodeo 3 ,4.
LARRY ALAN JORDAN
F.F.A. l,2,3,4g F.F.A. Officer
2,3,4g Parliamentary Staff 3g
Football 45 Track 2,3g Varsity
A Club 4.
CAROL ANN KARI
County Band 35 Mixed Chorus
1,3 ,4g Girls' Ensemble 23 Band
1,2,3,4gC1asS Officer lg
Scholarship Tests 25 Spanish
Club 2g Annual Staff 4.
LINDA KAY KLINE ALICE ADELL LaMAR
County Chorus 33 Mixed Chorus l,3,4g Latin Club lg Beta Club 3,4g Pep Club
Girls' Ensemble 2,43 Girls' Glee Club 3, Class Officer lg Class Play 3g
2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Beta Club 3,43 Librarian 1,45 Newspaper 3,4g Annual
Librarian 2g Annual Staff 3,4. Staff 4.
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g F.F.AIOfficer
4g F.F.A. Judging 33 Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4g Football 3g Base-
ball 3g Varsity A Club 2,3,4g
Class Officer 3.
OLVIA MAE MCMILLAN
Mixed Chorus 1,25 G.A.A. 35
Class Play 3g Annual Staff 4.
PAUL LOWE DAVID MANNING
County Chorus 3g Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Football 4g Parliamentary Staff 35 Dairy
F.F.A. lg Librarian 2g Chemistry Lab Judging 2g General Livestock Team 3g
Assistant lg Science Club 4g Science F.F.A. 2,3,4.
Club Officer 4.
F.F.A. Officer 1,2,3,4g Wool
Judging 1,23 Parliamentary
Staff 1,2g Football 1,2,3,4g
Track 1,3,4g Varsity A Club
3,45 Annual Staff 45 Manager
of Teams 3,4.
JANET KAY MCREYNOLDS
Mixed Chorus 3,45 Majorette
3,4g Beta Club 3,43 Scholar-
ship Tests 1,23 Spanish Club
1,23 Annual Staff 4g One-Act
Play 3g Prince of Peace Con-
ALICE ANN MEEK
C AROL NAPIER
Home Ee. Club 1.
Mixed Chorus 13 Girls' Glee Club 2,4g
Newspaper Staff 1,4g Sophomore Girls'
mble 2g Y-Teens Officer 1.
Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football
2,3,43,Baseball 23 Track 2,32
Varsity A Club 3,42 Class
Officer 13 Student Council 33
Spanish Club 2.
PATRICIA M. RYAN
Mixed Chorus 1,3,43 County
Chorus 33 Girls' Ensemble 43
Girls' Glee 2,33 Latin Club
2,33 Pep Club 3,42 Class Play
33 Librarian 2,3.
ROGER CHARLES PECK JOHN REGAL
Mixed Chorus 1,3,4: F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43
F.F.A. Dairy Judging 2,3,43 Parlia- Baseball 1,2,3,43 Track 3,42 Varsity A
mentary Staff 2,3,4. Club 2,3,43 Spanish Club 3,4.
F.F.A. 1: Track 33 Latin Club
1,22 Scholarship Tests 1,2,33
Librarian 23 One-act Play 3.
RONALD EUGENE SHANKS
ROBERT GLEN SIFREAD RONALD STEELE
Band 1,2,3,43 Football 3,42 Track 3,42
Varsity A Club 43 Art 1.
CHERYL ANN WALKDEN
Band 1,2,3,4g Beta ClubOf
ficer 4g Pep Club 2,3,4g Stu-
dent Council 1,2,4g Scholar
ship Tests 1,2,3g Spanish Club
1,2g Annual Staff 43 Home-
coming Court 4.
Mixed Chorus 3 4 Band 1 2 Home Ec
THOMAS EUGENE WILLIAMS DAVID B WORKMAN
County Band 1 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Basket Basketball 1 2 3 Football 3 Class Play
ball 1 2 Baseball 3 Varsity A Club 3 Parliamentary Staff 3 4 LandJudg1ng
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Memories of Our Past Years
On an early September morning in 1951, fourteen eager students entered the doors of Albion School.
Those who started were: Linda Brooks, Kenneth Halliwell, Denny Howe, Linda Kline, Alice LaMar, Richard
Markley, Roger Peck, Phillip Rowe, Ronald Steele, Ronald Shanks, William Thompson, Gerald Weimer,
Tom Williams, and David Workman. We were under the guidance of Mrs. Ethel Bland.
Mrs. Margaret Sooy, our second grade teacher, welcomed Anne Herrmann from Euclid to our class.
Our third grade teacher, Mrs. Kathryn Soka, taught us that we weren't in school to enjoy recess.
In the fourth grade we moved to Homerville where we were' under the direction of Mrs. Icle Campbell.
This year Carol Napier joined us from Rittman and Robert Kirvel from Cleveland.
Mrs. Neva Lowe was our teacher in the fifth grade. Paul Lowe joined us from Magadore and Leslie
Clevidence from Seville.
In the sixth grade we were anticipating junior high. Our teacher this year was Mrs. Eunice Leach.
We finally reached junior high and were under the direction of Mrs. Mary Hines. Dara Hanners joined
us from Cleveland and Virginia Vanetta from Ashland.
In the eighth and ninth grades we were still under the guidance of Mrs. Hines. Bill Johnson joined our
class from Lodi in the eighth grade. During these two years we sold Christmas wrappings, beanies, and
One bright September morning in 1951, eight eager-eyed children entered the first grade at Huntington
under the guidance of Mrs. Gertrude Smith. These children were: Bette Hawley, Larry Jordan, Nancy
Jordan, David Manning, Olvia McMillan, John Regal, and Cheryl Walkden.
In the second grade we were still under Mrs. Smith's supervision. Shirley Balkin and Loren Hastings
joined us this year.
After what seemed a very short vacation, we entered the third grade with Mrs. Hazel Koons as our
teacher. This year Gary Wacker joined our class.
In our fourth grade Mrs. Koons was our teacher again. This year Cheryl Walkden left us.
Our fifth grade teacher was Mrs. Hunt, but due to serious illness Mrs. Agnes Crawford taught us for
the remainder of the year. This year Judy Parker joined our ranks.
In our sixth grade Mr. Charles Dally was our teacher.
In our seventh grade we were under the guidance of Mrs. Rowland. Thomas McKean joined our class.
Among the excited children entering the first grade in September 1951 at Spencer were: Elizabeth
Allemang, Jeffery Armstrong, David Bowen, Eugene Butcher, Sheila Dennison, Dianna Gonzalas, Thomas
Hord, Carol Kari, Janet McReynolds, Daniel Rook, and Patricia Ryan. Our first teacher was Mrs. Wreatha
In the second grade our teacher, Mrs. Edna Culler taught us to write and also, add and subtract.
Mrs. Lanila Kozlouski guided our third grade class. This year Jack Heilman came into our class.
In the fourth grade Jack Veverka joined our forces, This year Mrs. Bertha Rowe was our instructor.
We welcomed Cheryl Walkden to our fifth grade class which was under the direction of Mrs. Doris
Kime. Cheryl came from neighboring Huntington.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Carrie Baker we made final preparation for Junior High.
Finally, we made it to the seventh grade. We could change classes and this we enjoyed. Mrs. Dattilo
was our homeroom teacher. We also had several projects to raise money.
In the eighth grade, which we had looked forward to for a long time, we had several teachersg first
was Mr. Frank Thornton, who was succeeded by Mr. David Grenert, and in the last semester Mr. Arthur
Gosling was our home room teacher. During this year we also had several projects to raise money.
Then high school!! This year we could "choose" some of our subjects. We also enjoyed working on
some money making projects such as: bake sales, school fair, and sale of school pins. '
One bright sunny day in September 1951, fifteen anxious children danced gaily down the hall of the
Sullivan School. These were: Don Berry, Larry Handley, Charles Jaccaud, Larry Nalley, Glen Sifread,
Susan Ballou, Carol Humphrey, Beth Stark, Alice Meek, Sharon Farnsworth, Avalon Priscantelli, Harry
Calame, Shirley Orcutt, Paulette Goodson, and Nancy Pfeiffer. Our teacher was Mrs. Rose Workman. The
most memorable time was the first two weeks, which all the mischievious little boys spent chasing the
girls and trying to kiss them.
We then progressed to the second grade and were under the guidance of Mrs. Alma Livingston. One
student joined us this year. Robert Gregg.
In our third year Mrs. Livingston "stood over" us again. Jean Hollandsworth joined our happy group.
In our fourth year Janet and Lyle Baon, and Marie Hall were the new members. Our teacher was new
too, Mrs. Isabelle Clouser. It was a wonderful year, especially our fights on the football field. Everyone
loved those except the person who got hit with a tin can full of water and orange peels.
The fifth grade .found us with no additions to our group. We were "ruled" by Mrs. Miller.
In the sixth grade Tom and Sue Christian, Gary Enderby, Gerald Rinard, and Fred Forester made our
class larger. Many members spent this year by standing in corners for punishment. But we really didn't
mind because we knew Mrs. Miller was just preparing us for the seventh grade.
Then this group went on to Jr. High. It was a big thrill to change classes and have different teachers.
Above all other teachers, the Sullivan students remember Mr. Weaver. A day never went by without some
boy getting a spanking. On a few days every boy in class got one but the girls didn't fnot that they didn't
deserve itlj. He just didn't believe in spanking sugar and spice and everything nice!! This year our home-
room teacher was Miss Duncan.
In the eighth grade eight new students joined us from the Hungtington School. They were: Nancy Jordan,
Olvia McMillan, Shirley Balkin, Larry Jordan, Gary Wacker, Tom McKean, Judy Parker, and Richard
Fugitt. In this year interest of the students changed rapidly. For the boys it was cars, sports, and girls.
For the girls it was boys, clothes, and hair styles. Our "warden" this year was Mr. Kemper.
Finally, we were high school students. Larry Thompsonjoined and left our class this year. The teacher
who "spied" on us all year round was Mr. Albright. Since we were the lowest form of high school students,
all the seniors looked down -on us.
Through these nine years many students left us. They were: Harry Calame, Paulette Goodson, Shirley
Orcutt, Nancy Pfeiffer, Robert Gregg, Janet and Lyle Baon, Marie Hall, Tom and Sue Christian, Gary
Enderby, and Gerald Rinard,
A new year and a new school. We were now high school sophomores in the newly consolidated Black
River High School. It was a strange world of mass confusion. Turmoil filled the halls as the students tried
to find their classes. Electricians and builders worked for completion of the school. ,The buzz of saws and
the hammering of nails could be heard in many classes.
In our sophomore year, we held a dance which proved quite a success. Various bake sales were held
to raise money for the class. Ed Bahl, Karen Davidson, and Sharon Sweet joined us this year, while Sharon
Farnsworth, Avalon Priscantelli, Judy Parker, and Richard Fugitt left us.
Our junior year started out somewhat more organized than our first year at B.R.H.S, Many new things
and much excitement was ahead for a fun-filled year. Vivian Morgan and Alice LaMar joined our ranks
The class of '63 chose and received their class rings, which was the highlight of the junior year.
I The juniors were given charge of refreshmentnsales at the basketball games. Magazine subscriptions
were sold as a class fund-raising project.
The junior class presented the play "The Great Big Doorstep," with an outstanding cast.
Much work went into the Junior-Senior Prom to develop the theme "An Evening on the Islands." Our
Prom night was a big evening for all.
This is the year we were given the Iowa State Development Tests. We also lost three members of our
class: Vivian Morgan, Robert Kirvel, and Carl Stuart.
The big year had finally arrived. We were now seniors. With continual events, members of the senior
class were kept very busy. Numerous projects were used to make money for the class. Among these were:
football game concessions, candy sales, and annual advertisements.
We, as aclass,chose our motto,flower,class colors, color of robes for graduation, and our invitations.
This year Virginia Vanetta left us.
Baccalaureate, Commencement, and the promises for the future engross each senior as he faces a
broader world full of opportunities for him.
We, the Senior Class of Black River High School do hereby bequeath the following: We will our good
behavior and undying effort to make Q of our teachers happy.
We, the Seniors make the following individual requests:
I, Linda Brooks, will my dirty corduroy tennis shoes to Alyce Clifford whose are always clean.
I, Larry Handley, will my Ford and all of my unpaid bills to my brother Leslie.
I, Alice LaMar, will my sweet, gentle, even-temper to Barbara Kline, who won't benefit by it at all.
I, Olvia McMillan, will my naturally blonde hair to Linda Manning, so she can throw her peroxide away.
I, Dick Markley, will my ability to do things well to anyone who needs it.
I, Stub Hastings, will my halfback position to Jim Rosecrans.
I, Gary Wacker, will my football uniform to Butch McMillan.
I, Ed Bahl, will my ability to do nothing in shop and get away with it to Mr. Roe.
I, Shirley Balkin, will my shyness to Jean Swaino.
I, Denny Howe, will my straight pipes to any dragster who can out run the cops and my slide rule back to
Mr. Fredefick Joseph Kemp.
I, Carol Napier, will my ability to keep my tongue quiet to Cheryl Regal, who can use it.
I, Bill Johnson, will my knowledge of what makes the world turn to Howard Steele.
I, Ron Shanks, will my ability to type sixteen words a minute to Dan Freitag.
I, Glen Sifread, will my careful driving to Roger Carey, who could use it.
I, Dara Hanners, will my ability to lolligag in the halls without getting caught to Bonnie Rowley, who
doesn't need it but can have it anyway.
I, Chuck Jaccaud, will my ability to understand cars but not girls to Allen Blodgett.
I, Randi Davidson, will my "affectionate feelings" for Phil Rowe to Ann West.
I, Gerald Weimer, will my ability to get in trouble to Ron Rogers.
I, Janet McReynolds, will my ability to eat thirteen times my weight and not gain a pound to Thelma
Worcester, who doesn't need it,
I, Beth Stark, will my naturally colored hair to Lois Sooy, who during the past three years has had
trouble keeping her hair one color.
I, Tom Hord, will my ability to do nothing in shop class to Danny Roe.
I, Pat Ryan, will my ability to read the book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, and not get a thing
out of it to our teaching staff.
I, Alice Meek, will my quiet manners to Karen Gullett.
I, John Regal, will my position at end on the football team to Terry Simonson.
I, Virginia Vanetta, will my lack of sarcasm to my sister, Judy, and hope she will use it to her advantage.
I, Tom Williams, will my quiet, refined manners to Don Rosecrans.
I, Ray Howman, will my ability to get in trouble on the bus to Dan Freitag.
I, Sharon Sweet, will my ability to tell jokes and laugh at them during lunch to Linden Leiby in hopes that
he will laugh as much as I have.
I, Nancy Jordan, will my ability to go with the same guy for three years and marry him, to Kay Blankenship,
who can't seem to accomplish this.
I, Bette Hawley, will my position as varsity cheerleader to anyone who might acquire it.
I, Fred Forster, will the cooks of Black River High School to Buckeye High School.
I, Paul Lowe, will my Physics and Trig. book to anyone who thinks he can use them.
I, David Bowen, will my ability to control my temper to Mr. Gifford.
I, Gene Butcher, will my American Government textbook to Carol Hisey.
I, Susan Ballou, will my place in band to anyone who appreciates music.
I, Larry Jordan, will my ability to do nothing and get away with it to anyone who needs it.
I, Jean Hollandsworth, will my naturally curly hair to anyone who feels, that they could use it.
I, Betty Barker, will my ability to chew gum in school and never get caught to Teara Smith.
We, Liz Allemang and Linda Kline, will our ability to drive fast and not get caught to any of the
careful, law-abiding Juniors that feels the desire for some excitement.
I, Anne Herrmann, will my ability to get caught talking in Study Hall to Alyce Clifford.
I, Ken Halliwell, will my books, and former teachers to the seniors of next year.
I, Bill Thompson, will my ability to chew gum in English Class to Mrs. Doughtery.
We, Dianna Gonzales and Carol Humphrey, will our ability to stay up till 2:00 in the morning
studying for a Government test and still flunk it, to Mr. Spotts, who must stay up all night
thinking of those darn questions.
I, Raye Dennison, will a package of Tums to any Home Ec. girl who could use them.
I, Dave Manning, will my ability to keep my car clean to Mr. Albright who needs it.
I, Ron Steele, will my American Government book to Charles Carter, in hopes he will get more
out of it than I did.
I, Tom McKean, will my left football shoe to Jim Rosecrans, who borrowed the right one and will
look funny playing with only one shoe next year.
I, Don Berry, will my ability to talk about government in Mrs.Doughtery's EnglishC1ass to anyone
who can get away with it.
I, Jack Veverka, will my ability to stay out of trouble to John Dildine.
I, Dave Workman, will my ability to behave myself in school at all times to Roger Carey.
I, Carol Kari, will my English and Government books to some unfortunate Junior and hope they
will be more successful than I.
I, Leslie Clevidence, will my ability to study in Study Hall to Allan Havel.
I, Dan Rook, will my 7th period Gym Class to Andy Glavich.
I, Jeff Armstrong, will my ability to drive to Don Weimer, who is going to need it.
I, Jack Heilman, will my driving ability to Dick Van Meter, who could use it.
I, Cheryl Walkden, will my place on the homecoming court to any Junior girl who has the honor
of having it.
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Betty Crocker Homemaker award
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B,R,H.S. books worms
Proofs! High yield in corn production and Fair Entry Winner
Elizabeth Allemang is very smart:
A pretty lass with a flare for art.
She often appears as a red and white streak.
Her personality is unique.
Jeffrey Armstrong tries his best
To get out of school and take a rest.
He likes to ride around in his car
And peel his tires on the fresh new tar.
Susan Ballou is very nice.
She's full of humor and good advice.
She never complains of too little fun
And she's always around when there's work to
Karen Davidson, known as "Randi,"
With a clever remark is always handy.
She knows what she wants and has made up her mind
To be at her best--whatever the time.
Bette Hawley is never too loudg
A Homecoming Queen of whom we are proud.
She's always neat and she dresses so well,
And at all of our games you can hear her yell.
Eugene Butcher is nobody's fool.
He's always calm, collected, and cool.
He can take a joke along with the rest,
And among our class he's one of the best.
Dara Hanners is very funny.
Her personality is oh-so sunny.
She works real hard to get good marks,
But when she doesn't--watch out for the sparks.
Patricia Ryan is a real treasure.
Give her a change and she'll fill youwith pleasure.
She's never too quiet, never too gabby,
Always smiling, and never crabby.
Elizabeth Stark is quite a gal.
You couldn't ask for a better pal.
She's pretty and witty with never a frown.
You can depend on Beth, she won't let you down.
Philip Row is hard to describe,
A nonconformist he'll always ascribe.
He won't mind leaving come May twenty-seventh
In fact, he'll probably think he's in heaven.
Alice Meek, sometimes called Ann,
Teases her teachers whenever she can.
She's always been loyal to her friends and her
And she wouldn't "think" of breaking a rule.
William Johnson with hair so red,
Is very sharp it is often said.
With a pretty girl he's seen quite often.
His favorite pastime is just "goof-offin'."
Carol Napier is small for her size,
But look at her closelyg look in her eyes.
She always smiling, gay, and sincere.
A heart of gold is beating here.
Linda Kline has many fans.
She can tear out a clutch or put in a trans.
Linda is striving to sing high "c",
And a good beautitian she wants to be.
Carol Humphrey is lots of fun.
She has a smile for everyone.
You'll hear no sob-story from this gal.
Everyone says she's a real pal.
Gerald Weimer is a real whiz,
He'll pass every test and pass every quiz.
He'll get where he's going by working hard.
And to top it all off, he's a real card.
Sheila Dennison,-often called "Raye,"
Will make a good wife for someone some day.
She's always so neat and friendly to all,
That although she's short, she's not really "small."
Thomas Jay Hord, a witty lad,
Has a way of driving his teachers mad.
His grades aren't always the very best,
But he always manages to pass his test.
Carol Kari is very loyal.
She does everything according to Hoyle.
This little gal is neat as a pin,
And she warms your heart with her pleasant grin.
Donald Berry is on the beam.
His personality is supreme.
In FFA he's really tops,
Because when he starts something, he never stops.
David Workman, whom everyone knows,
Likes to bowl and go to the shows.
He is fond of hot rods and cars that are fast,
And when he gets going, he's really a blast.
Olvia McMillan, with complexion so fair,
Can't help being noticed for her pretty blonde hair.
She's very amusing and also quite nice,
And soon will be seeing the shoes and rice.
Roger Peck is handsome and tall.
He is very well liked by one and all.
From a first impression, you'd think him quiet,
But when you know him, he's really a riot.
Janet McReynolds, with the nickname "Curly,'-'
Has white teeth that are so pearly.
She's tall and slim and quite a poet,
And if she's modest, she doesn't know it.
John Regal is quite the rage,
Especially when he's on the stage.
We call him "Little John" to get his goat,
But he's a good sport, we're glad to note.
Anne Herrmann would be a nurse.
She sometimes forgets things, such as her purse.
Anne's a good kid, ask anyone.
Not only that, she's lots of fun.
Shirley Balkin is very nice, too,
To her.friends she'll always be true.
She's quiet and shy but always gay,
And she'll always help to brighten your day.
Dianna Gonzales is sweet and shy.
She'll always be true to one special guy.
She always makes sure she looks very neat,
And she's made a habit of being discreet.
Dan Rook, with his dark, dark hair,
Has a personality that is quite rare.
In basketball he's quick on his feet.
Without him, our class would not be complete.
Richard Markley is on the beam,
The star of the Pirates basketball team.
He's friendly to all and loads of fun,
And he has a good word for everyone.
Gary Wacker is known to all.
When you run into him, he's like a brick wall.
He cuts up in classes once in a while,
And greets all his friends with a great big smile.
Linda Brooks is a real peach,
Who keeps us all awake in speech.
She likes to dance and she likes to "twist."
Her witty remarks will no doubt be missed.
Tom Williams, a member of the band,
Is always willing to lend a hand.
He likes to dance and on occasion,
He plays his tuba, with a little persuasion.
Alice LaMar has a mind of her own.
She doesn't babysit the telephone.
When she gets mad, she says very little,
And what's on her mind is really a riddle.
Fred Forester is one of a kindg
Play a joke on him ---- he doesn't mind.
He's really a wit and a very good sport.
And for every remark he has a retort.
William Thompson, with his very light hair,
Has a personality beyond compare.
You might say he's quiet, or even shy,
But we all agree that he's one right guy.
Nancy Jordan will soon be a wife.
We know that she'll have a wonderful life.
Pretty and blonde, she does her best,
And Tom likes her above all the rest.
Larry Jordan is handsome and tall.
When it comes to girls, he likes them all.
He likes to rod around in his Ford,
And in study hall he's never bored.
Larry Handley is clever and sly.
Judy will tell you he's quiet a guy.
He's a natural leader of the mass,
That's why he's the president of our class.
Leslie Clevidence, with hair so dark,
Quite frequently has a fitting remark.
He can handle himself like a real pro
Except with the girls he met in Chica-go.
Cheryl Walkden is just the sort
Who looks very good in our Homecoming Court.
Where there's a party she's bound to be seen.
In all of her classes she's very keen.
Edward Bahl is quite a clown.
Wherever there are girls, he can be found.
He's really a card and he jokes all the time.
For he wants to have fun while he's still in
Now we come to a youth whom we call Paul Lowe.
He's a very fine fellow, as we all know.
He tinkers around in the chemistry room,
While everyone's waiting to hear a loud boom!
Loren Hastings, known as "Stub,"
Is a standing member of the Letterman's Club.
When there's a party, he's bound to be there.
He's easy to please, but hard to scare.
Charles J accaud works all the time
Trying to get this annual in line.
He's a pretty good egg and really a tease.
He thinks that English 12 is a breeze.
David Manning is tall and blond.
Of hot rods and lassies he's very fond.
When he's embarrassed he blushes so red
That you can't tell his ears from the top of h
Jack Heilman, known as "Peach,"
When wanted, is often out of reach.
He likes to tinker around with his car,
Which never seems to be up to par.
Jack Veverka is quietly strong.
With him as a friend you can't go wrong.
Good hard work he doesn't mind,
For he's the energetic kind.
We all know a fellow called Ronald Steele.
He's a friendly chap with lots of appeal.
He enjoys -his summers, when he likes to swim.
He really likes people, and people like him.
Denny Howe is clever in math,
When he misses a problem he shows his wrath.
He plays a swinging saxophone
For which he someday will be known.
Robert Sifread, who's also "Glenn,"
Cuts up in classes now and then.
He plays a trumpet in the band,
And as a friend he's really grand.
Betty Barker is the silent type.
She doesn't quarrel or ever gripe.
This little gal is never loud,
An able typist in any crowd.
David Bowen is a whiz in science.
He faces his homework with firm defiance.
He likes to kid and joke around.
For the Air Force he is bound.
Raymond Howman is full of the devil.
At some of his tricks his teachers revel.
Around Black River he's quite a wheel,
And he likes todrive a car that will peel.
The boy in our class named Tom McKean,
Is great in football from what we 've seen.
For our class he's willing to work.
Any great task he will not shirk.
Next there's a fellow named Ronald Shanks
He gets a kick out of playing pranks.
When we call him "Dimples" he gets quite red
So we usually call him Ronnie, instead.
Jean Hollandsworth is a very sweet gal.
She's a marvelous friend--really a pal.
Home economics she finds quite a breeze.
She' likes to cook and she does it with ease
Kenneth Halliwell makes little noise.
He likes to run around with the boys.
As a radio operator he's quite a "ham,"
But don't get me wrong---that's not a slam
BLACK RIVER PUST
The 1963 Graduating Class of Black River High School reunited recently at a spectacular reunion held
to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Graduation. The POST 'S roving reporter picked up this information
about the alumni.
FRED FORESTER is now the star center ofthe West Point Basketball Team. KENNY HALLIWELL haS
just succeeded in consolidating RCA, Westinghouse, and General Electric Companies. LARRY HANDLEY,
the widely known sheep farmer, is being kept quite busy raising little Lambs. LOREN HASTINGS, notorious
playboy, has just invested his fortune in his own Key Club and PHIL ROWE is managing the keys. RAYMOND
HOWMAN has just finished his ninth year in American History at Black River High School. He should
get his Ph, D. in a few years. Good luck Ray! DICK MARKLEY, after twenty years has finally been nabbed
by the draft board. His last civil statement was "I thought they'd missed me." DAN ROOK has developed
a new method to get cows to give more milk. "Milk them once a day," he says. Professor PAUL LOWE is
presently teaching Chemistry and Physics at Black River High and is accompanied by RONALD SHANKS
who is teaching Business Law. GERALD WEIMER won last years Indianapolia 500 in his 'Weimer's Pontiac
Special. His master pit assistant is PAT RYAN. GARY WACKER now has his own cast for "Cheaper by
the Dozens." BILL THOMPSON is now hauling bodies for the Ohio Body Co. SHARON SWEET rode her
winning horse, Molasses in the Kentucky Derby this year. CHERYL WALKDEN received a scholarship from
Bowling Green's biology department to study the movement of the human jaw muscles. JEAN
HOLLANDSWORTH is changing tires for her father at his garage. LARRY JORDAN and TOM HORD have
just taken over the High Performance Division of Ford Motor Company under the leadership of Vice Presi-
dent ROBERT SIFREAD. Admiral LESLIE CLEVIDENCE and his Seabee's are starting construction on a
bridge to span the Atlantic. DAVID BOWEN, the first astronaut to journey to Saturn, is due back to-Earth
next month. JACK HEILMAN has moved to the southern states and is running a huge farm raising lots of
Peaches. ED BAHL, nationally known dairy product producer has just succeeded in producing two pounds of
milk per cow. DAVE WORKMAN is now employed at Starkeys Auto Wrecking. Their new slogan is "Just
Roll'em In." BILL JOHNSON has been promoted to chief tobacco plucker for Ligget-Myers. ROGER PECK
has gone into the basket weaving business. He calls his firm The Peck Basket Company.AL1CE MEEK has
just passed her 45th try at getting her drivers permit. In the "near" future she will open her driving aca-
demy. CAROL NAPIER recently released her designs of fashions for tall ladies of 5'6" to 6'3". GENE
BUTCHER is now the owner of Gene's Bar and Grill, Chattanooga, Tennessee. DAVE MANNING has just
published his third volume of children's fairy tales. TOM MCKEAN will soon leave for darkest Africa in
search of Coots. We wish him luck, he has been searching for them for quite some time. JOHN REGAL was
just hired as head coach of the Harlem Planet Trotters. JEFF ARMSTRONG, a carpenter for Acme Con-
struction Co., has been recenly engaged by Gene's Bar and Grill to construct cellar steps for it. JACK
VEVERKA just put in his fifth year as Boy Scout Leader in Black River School District. CHARLES JACCAUD
was honored, by the President at a luncheonjust after being promoted to Admiral. DIANNA GONZALES and
DON BERRY have consolidated and are kept busy on their Berry farm. ELIZABETH ALLEMANG, having
just received her Ph. D. in doodling from Harvard, has just purchased a nationally known commercial
artists corporation. SHIRLEY BALKIN has broken the worlds talkathon record by having talked continuously
for 38 hours 49 minutes and 12 seconds. SUSAN BALLOU is the new champagne lady with the Lawrence
Welk orchestra. She also helps out the bubble machine with her trumpet. LINDA BROOKS now owns a nation
wide chain of automotive fender shops. She says "You mash 'em, we straighten 'em." KAREN DAVIDSON
has just returned from Paris with her new line of woman's apparel. She says, "If it's Randi's, it's original."
SHEILA DENNISON, a columnist for the NEW YORK TIMES, is writing a column on Racial Problems of the
U.S. LINDA KLINE narrowly missed winning the National Drags last year. But was disqualified due to
flying debris. She says "That was the brakes." DARA HANNERS is private secretary to Rockefeller
Incorporated. DENNIS HOWE has received his Masters Degree in Dairy Technology from Ohio State and
owns a 750 cow dairy farm in the southern suburbs of Homerville. CAROL KARI has just led her "Brownie"
troop over the Alps. BETTE HAWLEY has been made head cheerleader for the West Point Basketball Team.
RONALD STEELE is now playing violin for the new Liberace Show. CAROL HUMPHREY was chosen for
Sadler-Wells Ballet Tour. She goes under the name "Twinkle Toes Humphrey." NANCY JORDAN Pifer
has just given birth to her 12th baby. She says she is still hoping for twins. ANNE HERRMANN has just
recently recognized her hidden talent.
She is employed by the Ajax Auctioneering Firm. BETH STARK has
assumed the duties of Betty Crocker and is trying to consolidate
with General Mills. JANET MCREYNOLDS was appointed Ambas-
sador to the United Nations by President THOMAS WILLIAMS.
ALICE LaMAR has recently been hired by WEWS to replace
Page Palmer. OLVIA MCMILLAN has just returned from a nation-
wide lecturing tour. Her topic was "The Malfunctions of an Auto-
matic Transmission." BETTY BARKER is now a hair stylist
for Lady Clairol.
Many of the graduates brought pictures to show their class-
mates. Some were kind enough to give theirs to the POST reporter.
Also, a picture was taken of MR, WACKER's "cheaper dozen."
As you can see, in MISS HERRMANN's picture, she has quite
an auctioneering firm. MR. FORESTER's picture shows him in his
worst basketball game---he only made 63 points.MR.WORKMAN's
picture shows him after he has secured more business for his
wrecking yard. He doesn't go anywhere without his private nurse.
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Allen Blodgett Robert Brouse
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Spencer 8 - I
ROW ONE: Wayne Varney, Dick Haynes, Jerry
Pay, Priscilla Owen, Beverly Phillips, Denny
Rosecrans, Doug Knapp, Cheryl Rowley. ROW
TWO: Karon McCourt, Dwain Parks, David Puie,
Linda Drury, John Wilhelm, Karen Norris, Betty
Linden, Miss Wiley. ROW THREE: Larry Riffle,
David Gruver, Marge Herrmann, Linda Dexter,
Bob Klipstein, Peggy Eichel, Scherry McGraw,
Carol Adamson, Ronny Williams.
ROW ONE: John Carey, David Baily, Gary Rice,
Rodney May, Jim Burke, Bob Shepard, Bert Payne,
Leroy Yoak. ROW TWO: Mary Jane Rice, Martha
Breyley, Peggy Ody, Russell Hendricks, Jerry
Shellhorn, Roger Draper, Linda Wooton, Barbara
Honeberger, Margie Blankenship. ROW THREE:
Kim Myers, Blaine Biddinger, Emma Vaughn,
Larry Gum, Ricky Hietchkiss, John Barker, Erma
Shellhorn, Carol Dildine, David Bodnar.
Spencer8 - 3
ROW ONE: Janice Kirkpatrick, Jane Huggins,
Kathleen Kusmik, Chris Krueck, Pam Simcox,
George Keep, Lydia Payne, Linda Graham, Carol
Wolf. ROW TWO: Rebecca Dodson, Jim Skeeles
Laurie Stuart, Sherry Haynes, Rodney Mayes
Margie Ward, Charles Eberling, Linda Austen,
George Swartzfager. ROW THREE: Dellen Botdo r f,
Janis Billman, Irene Pomeroy, Crystal Elliott
Larry Johnson, Karen Larson, Cheri LaMar
Alice Twining, Diana Fasnacht.
Spencer 7 - I
ROW ONE: Neal Quast, Robert Ward, Randy
Owsley, Dan Hawley, Don Wuthrich, Bruce Peters,
Mark Lance. ROW TWO: Douglas Dobson, Regina
Mokosh, Ellen Wandel, Donna Smith, Diane Davis,
Sharon Nelson, Susan Fenstermaker, Melvin
Reisinger. ROW THREE: Doris Allen, Judy
Grenzenbach, Susan Nagy, Cloyd Rogers, David
Kurtz, Judy Haas, Hazel Whitney. ROW FOUR:
Gary Bowen, Jim Newbrander, Rebecca Shadley,
Eva Massie, Kathy Kline, Gary Swiger, Jane
Kratzer, Bruce Larabee, Sam Clark.
ROW ONE: Glenna Weber, Frank Hoffman, Linda
Gott, Donald Thompson, Paul Godsey, Linda Rice,
Edward Braddock, Barbara Thomas, Bruce Sugaski,
Bill Ritter. ROW TWO: Janice Carmen, Marlena
Smith, Shelby Hamilton, Ronald Denbow, David Aker,
Richard Ely, Donald Davis, Elmo Hord, A1-linda
Hamilton, Ronald Cover, Mrs. Fish. ROW THREE:
Gary Clevidence, Billy Linden, Gene Kidd, Dan
Davis, Lynn Koerber, Alice Simmerman, Philip
Dawson, Russell Riffle, Pat Ramey, Odbert Hamrick.
ROW ONE: Linda Canfield, Michelle Sweet, Gail
Stuart, Kieth Jackson, Fred Schaub, Jim Braddock,
Merle Archer, John May, Jim Sooy. ROW TWO:
Penny Shadley, Bonnie Wandel, Kathy Billman, Jane
Haas, Joe Wigfield, Hope Butcher, Marsha Kratzer,
Ruth Snoddy, Rita Thompson, Sherry Denbow, ROW
THREE: Kathleen Thome, Becky Scholl, Wanda
Breyley, Mark Wallace, Elizabeth Massie, Mary'
Bassett, Rosann Higgins, Tom Baughman, Scott Rowe,
lr. High Basketball
ROW ONE: Kathy Billman, Jim Rogers, Dan Hawley,
Tom Baughman, Bruce Larabee, Russell Riffle, Don
Wuthrick, Scott Rowe, Sam Clark, Bill London, Becky
Scholl. ROW TWO: Gail Stuart, Ronald Denbow, Elmo
Hord, Donald Davis, John May, Kieth Jackson, Frank
Hoffman, Jim Sooy, David Aker, Jim Newbrander,
lr. High Basketball
ROW ONE: Carol Adamson, Jim Skeeles, Russell
Hendricks, Doug Knapp, LeRoy Yoak, George Keep,
Dick Haynes, Rodney Mayes, Charles Eberling, Marge
Herrmann. ROW TWO: Chris Krueck, Ronny Williams,
Larry Riffle, David Gruver, Blaine Biddinger, Larry
Johnson, George Swartzfager, John Barker, Dallen
Botdorf, Ken Myers, Laurie Stuart.
Spencer lr. Beta Club
ROW ONE: Linda Gott, Carol Wolf, Doug Knapp,
Diane Davis, Priscilla Owen, Kathleen Kusmik,Chris
Krueck, Gail Stuart, Jane Huggins, Sharon Nelson.
ROW TWO: Crystal Elliott, Dwain Parks, Barbara
Thomas, Linda Drury, Margie Ward, Laurie Stuart,
Linda Austen, Rebecca Dobson, Becky Scholl, Mrs.
Fish. ROW THREE: Scott Rowe, Judy Grenzenbach,
Jim Newbrander, Kathy Kline, Bonnie Wandel, Bruce
Larabee, Susan Nagy, Kathy Billman, Wanda Breyley,
lr. High Football
ROW ONE: Ronald Baker, Paul Pomeroy. ROW TWO:
Carol Adamson, Linda Gott, Jerry Pay, Kieth Jackson,
Doug Knapp, Gary Rice, LeRoy Yoak, George Keep,
Dick Haynes, Denny Rosecrans, Wayne Varney, Laurie
Stuart, Becky Scholl. ROW THREE: Kathy Bellman,
Chris Krueck, Mr. Campbell, Frank Hoffman, George
Swartzfager, Larry Gum, Elmo Hord, Bill Sweet,
John May, John Wilhelm, Jim Skeeles, Merle Archer,
Mr. Freeman, Gail Stuart, Marge Herrmann. ROW
FOUR: Jim Rogers, Mark Lance, Scott Rowe, Ronny
Williams, Bruce Larabee, David Aker, Jim Sooy,
Blaine Biddinger, Larry Johnson, Sam Clark, Randy
Owsley, Russell Riffle, Kim Myers.
Spencer Home Ec. Club
ROW ONE: S. Hayes, C. Wolf, C. Krueck, P. Simcox,
K. Kusmik, P. Owen, G. Stuart, L. Payne, B. Phillips,
D. Smith, L. Rice, J. Huggins, M. Ward, L. Austen.
ROW TWO: C. Elliott, M. Rice, I. Pomeroy, J. Haas,
P. Ody, L. Stuart, L. Graham, D, Davis, J. Kirkpatrick,
M. Sweet, B. Honeberger, K. Larsen, H. Butcher, J.
Billman, Miss Wiley. ROW THREE: P. Ramey, R.
Higgins, A. Hamilton, A. Twining, J. Grenzenbach,
S. Hamilton, K. Billman, L. Dexter, Shellhorn,
J. Hass, L. Canfield, M. Kratzer, P. Shadley, C.
LaMar, M. Blankenship, M, Bassett, B. Scholl, L.
Koerber, B. Shadley.
lr. High Band
ROW ONE: Linda Grahm, Alice Twinning, Larry
Johnson, Hope Butcher, Janis Billman, Laurie Stuart,
Crystal Elliott. SECOND ROW: George Swartzfager,
Scott Rowe, Tom Baughman, Jim Skeeles, Kathy
Kusmik, Becky Scholl, Kathy Bellman, Merle Archer,
Jerry Pitz, Marsha Kratzer. THIRD ROW: Dianna
Uie, Ronald Baker, Chris Krueck, Linda Austin, Fred
Schaub, Barbara Hendrics, Roseanna Higgins,
Kathleen Thome, Charles Eberling, Jim Rogers, Gail
Stuart, Bonnie Wandel, Karen Larsen, Janice
Kirkpatrick, Dallan Botdorf. ROW FOUR: Mr. Fry,
David Kurtz, Judy Grenzenback, Donna Sprinkle.
ROW ONE: Sonny Swinehart, Gay Kast, Sharon
Moutoux, Jill Brinkerhoff, Melisa Gruver, Valerie
Royse, Charlene Ziebro, Patricia Kiczek, David Owen,
Herbert Phillips. ROW TWO: Sam Shellhorn, Darrell
Blanchard, Patti Power, John Haynes, Nancy Archer,
Cathy Drury, James Hisey, Bob Simcox, Joan Lieby,
Effie Murphy. THIRD ROW: Marlene Kolbe, Francis
Cary, Eric Steele, Cynthia Eichel, Calven Voorhees,
Craige Nichols, Ronny Kidd, Donald Holmes, Danny
Murphey, Jane Lieby, Mr. Billrnan.ABSENT:Charles
Rogers, Nancy Lepka.
ROW ONE: James Kratzer, Sharon Seidwitz, Kay
Sheppard, Richard Williams, Penny Harlan, John
Spidel, Loren Broome, Larry Ziebro, Fletta Gruver.
ROW TWO: Ann Broome, John Freitag, Debbie Hothem,
Margaret Hoffman, Kenny Kidd, Addie Ensign, Jerry
Haynes, Charles Carey, Mrs. Lowe. ROW THREE:
Martha Vanetta, Bobby Englet, Jane Botdorf, Richard
Eichel, Elizabeth Cover, Blake Jackson, Kim Boales,
Frank Carter, David Murphey.
ROW ONE: Ronald Baker, Beverly Finkel, Theresa
McGraw, Connie Eberling, Helen Weber, Bev Roub,
Arnold Sidwell, Wayne Reisinger, David Brasse. ROW
TWO: Linda Rodriquez, Patty Ward, Barbara
Hendricks, Vickie Summers, Patricia Haynes, Hazel
Paine, Diana Puie, Patty Giar, Barbara Riffle, Vicky
Goehring. ROW THREE: Douglas Hastings, David
Riddle, Paul Pomeroy, Mike Burk, Rickie Tomlinson,
Dale Dewitt, Jerry Pitz, Mike Cooper, Richard Linden,
Tracy Shirk, Edwin McConeghy, Mr. Campbell.
ABSENT: Peggy Yeaples, Grace White.
ROW ONE: Mike Canfield, John Skeeles, Dennis
Newbrander, Klaren Kimmell, Larry Warren, Gary
Keener. ROW TWO: Paul Koons, Cynthia Beard,
Alice Hamilton, Laura Blankenship, Mary Caine,
Susan Runkle, Tonya Smith. ROW THREE: Leon
Sprinkle, Delbert Burkhart, Nancy Bigelow, Vicki
Coble, Warnie Shepherd, Tom Bakos, Dean Hamann,
Robert Smith, Mrs. Welch. ROW FOUR: Nancy
Baughrnan, Delores Shoulter, Bob Lamb, Roger
Barker, William Nesbitt, Butch Dennis, Nancy Knapp,
Mary Given. ABSENT: Danny Clinker.
ROW ONE: Ronald Twinning, Robert Scholl, Victor
Peters, Denny Yost, Charles France, Charles
Hamilton, Gary Sifred. ROW TWO: Kathryn Whitney,
Patricia Nagy, Diana Griggs, Harold Hamilton, David
Godsey, Janice Whitney, Karen Swope, Robert Miller.
ROW THREE: Renee' Sweet, Delbert Dawson, Lucy
Wallace, Ray Yeager, Monte Mokosh, Donna Rollin,
Linda Lowe, Carolyn Wooten. ROW FOUR: Kathy
Bryan, Ben Dennis, Ruth Rollin, Joanne Runkle, Diana
True, John Hahn, Thomas Canfield, Cynthia Stuart.
ABSENT: Joanne Rook, Ann Gum.
ROW ONE: Kathleen Lance, Boyd Baker, Lester
Markel, Joe Seidwitz, Martin Scheck, Dick Renike,
Elaine Brooks, Karen Klczek, John Brown, Jim Keep.
ROW TWO: Dennis May, Evlynn Hastings, Mike
Carpenter, Eloise Ziebro, David Zemancik, Judy
Shepard, Harold Vaughn, Gregory Gould, Roger
Moutoux, Douglas Sheck, Randy Bailey, Karen Smith.
ROW THREE: Sara Schmetzer, Lou Ann Pomeroy,
Mary Power, James Blankenship, Charles Roosa,
Kenneth Roosa, Vernon Snoddy, Stevie Englet, Patty
Cary, Dottie Hothem, Melvin Gould, Mrs. Campbell.
FIRST ROW: Charles Thome, Michael Drake, Robert
Colley, David Walkden, Dennis Colley, Dennis Carmen.
SECOND ROW: Diana Roosa, Violet Davis, Harold
Rowley, Tom Moskal, James Clement, David Roe,
Clarence Walkden, Billie Ramey, Nancy Tomlinson.
THIRD ROW: Tommy Mitchel, Bonnie Gleisner, Mary
Ann Swaino, John Kusmik, Betty Ely, Richman
Manning, Carole Smith, Diana Terril, Ronald Hange.
FOURTH ROW: Gloria Andel, Alice Smith, Susan
Billnan, Jessie Swiger, Cheryl Sugaski, Mary Guier,
Cinthia Billman, Betty Fetzer, Louisa Vaughn, Mr.
Melllck. ABSENT: Betty Moore.
ROW ONE: Timothy Taylor, Waren Gott, David
Kostecki, Ronald Hopkins, Forest Yoak, Mark Shirk,
ROW TWO: Dennis Kelly, Steven Rogers, Susan
Spunkle, Philip Brasse, Paula Clement, Jeff Goehring,
Linda Lieby, Margie Sheaer. ROW THREE: Doris
Lynden, Eliane Reisinger, Jessie Bidinger, Gayle
Worcester, Buddy Gleisner, Frank White, Beverly
Fetzer, Darelene Varener, Melissa Geryer, Teriyl
Stroup. ROW FOUR: Roberta Smith, Charles
Swartzfager, Mickey Rodriguez, Lora Dobson, Duane
Terrill, Donald Hange, Roger Shelly, Clauda Baker,
James Moskal. ABSENT: Daralene Clifford.
ROW ONE: Rita Hastings, Jim Smith, William
Schmetzer, Nancy Eichel, Steve Payne, Robin Rogers,
Charles Fenstermaker, Steven Dickenson, Layton
Broome. ROW TWO: Ray Kast, Marva Spidel, Linda
Owen, Diane Kiczek, Ramona Allison, Jenny Kratzer,
Gloria Christy, Sandy Lieby, Debra Trout. ROW
THREE: Susan Repp, Penny Steele, Danny Ensign,
Ronny Goble, Nancy Fitzer, Kathy Perkoeich, Gary
Cemancik, Mrs. Baker.
ROW ONE: Allen Rollin, Allen Drake, Randy Yost,
Murry Miller, Ricky Querin, Ernest Lance. ROW
TWO: Jeanette Andel, Charles Wallace, Nancy Weber,
Valerie Brown, Bill Fetzer, Harold Paine, Jerry
King, Chris Nelson. ROW THREE: Bonnie Rice, Susan
Kelsey, Janice Bigelow, Joyce Rollin, Lynda Brock,
Sara Nesbett, Robin Tomlinson. ABSENT: Judy Watter.
ROW ONE: Robert Wallace, Joseph Forester, Arthur
Twining, Scott LaMar, David Smith, Roy Balkin,
Bill Caine, Dean Griggs. ROW TWO: Fred Salmons,
Nylon Draper, Richard Lowe, Mary Cole, Karen
Koons, Christine Knapp, Barbara Brockway, Nathan
Salmons, ROW THREE: Craig Sidwell, Gary Klipstein,
Raymond Lieby, Richard Lieby, Rosie Rollins, Marcia
Hawley, Ronald Larabee, Timmy Simonson. ROW
FOUR: Janice Sugaski, Glen Bursley, Kathleen
Mokosh, Pamela Bryan, Albert Frye, Janet Haley,
Nancy Blessing, Terry Klipstein, ABSENT: Donald
Harris, Mrs. Clouser.
ROW ONE: Mary Guier, Ricky Yeaples, Diane Thome
Dewight May, Dale Jaycox, Rebecca Gott, Bobby
Harlan. ROW TWO: Elaine Packard. Tommy Scheck
Henry Morgan, James Kusmik, Richard Summers
Bonita Lieby, Elaine Rodriquez. ROW THREE:Vickie
Roosa, Kenny Billman, Cindy Sheck, Randy Johnson
Timmy Wehman, JoAnn Ingraham, Bruce Smith, Mrs
ROW ONE: Cathy Knapp, Carol Mashburn, Given
Crossen, Kenneth Binnie, Daniel McFadden, Dan
Caine, John Denbow, Mark Handley. ROW TWO:
Margie Rook, Cindy Pifer, Rita Mokosh, Edward
Archer, Barbara True, Jimmy Tewlis, Larry Barker,
Donald Richards, ROW THREE: Art Shornberger,
Gayle Stuart, Jane Gum, Ron Bryan, Loren
VanBuskirk, James Hamilton, Steve Kimmell. AB-
SENT: Ernest Lux, Mrs. Livingston.
ROW ONE: Ruth Ellen Billman, Robert Gott, Jean
West, Robert Rusch, Linda Sheffield, Russell Brasse,
Carl Ensign, Cindy Clement, Linda Rook. ROW
TWO Artie Lundquist, Billy Sumter, Eddie Roberts,
Gochring, Jerry Brietkienz, Donald Kostecki,
Danny Aker, George Brown, Charlotte Rice. ROW
THREE: Dan Linden, Randy Colley, Bill Hamreck,
Elaine Lieby, Maynard Davis, Beverly Clifford, Dale
Roe, Linda Smith, Betty Jo Clifford, Patty Parker,
Mrs. Livermore. ABSENT: Robert Riffle.
ROW ONE: Frank Stickles, Billy Goble, Danny
Doughety, George Carey, Ronnie Shepard, David
Shepard, David Carter, Larry Hines. ROW TWO:
Judy Englet, Marybeth Grissinger, Debra Slarb,
Jimmy Power, Jack Snoddy, Carolyn Gould, Debbie
Boales, Martha Murphey. ROW THREE: April
Hogthem, Patricia Givens, Cecil Kristy, Keith
Phillips, Barbara Roller, John Ziebro, Ginger
Billhierner, Steven Henry, Debra Bottomlee, ROW
FOUR: Sally Royse, Keith Kline, Gara Hartong, Susan
Royse, Steven Moutoux, Larry Herrmann, Lenny
Broome, Connie Steele, Mrs. Hisey.
FIRST ROW: Ricky Nichols, Billy Shirk, Bobby Sines,
Rodney Patton, Mark Maye. SECOND ROW: Edward
Turnning, Mike Sidwell, James Stroup, Betty Haley,
Steve Huggins, Ronald Patton. THIRD ROW: Kathy
Rice, Scott Myers, Terry Taylor, Dale Terrill, Patty
Burke, Mrs. Crow. FOURTH ROW: Laura Riddle,
Tommy Ramey, Darlene Finkle, Gloria Glavich,
Clifford Salmons, Gail Yost. ABSENT: Tom Sprinkle.
5. .Q . P n -f nmmuilsnt is-..i
ROW ONE: Roger Peters, Fred Given, Terri Rook,
Debby Kaina, Charles Coble, Beverly Swope, Janet
Wright. ROW TWO: David McFadden, Howard Quast,
John Loclux, Leroy Eustin, Peggy Cowhick, Marina
McCasin, Janice Mokosh. ROW THREE: Kathy Caine,
Bill Bodmar, James Bryan, JoAnn Clinker, Debbie
Smith, Susan Koons, Debbie Thewlis, Edna Kemp.
ABSENT: Susan Handley, Patsy True, Timmy
ROW ONE: Russell Eichel, Robert Napier, Michael
Stine, Duane Slarb, David Buchanan, Robert Christy.
ROW TWO: Danny Trout, Kevin Smith, Tommy Allison,
James Owen, Frank Hughey, Roger Eichel, Howard
Hartong, Marlene Kiozek. ROW THREE: Kim
Schmetzer, Lyn Bottomlee, Linda Givens, Terrie
Cover, Mrs. Harris, Elizabeth Perkovic, Connie
Goble, Susan Snoddy, Rhonda Boales.
ROW ONE: Paul Andel, Bill Glavich, John Runkle,
Dale Nichols, Richard Salmon, David Varner. ROW
TWO: Stephanie Haley, Bob Swigger, Edna Rollins,
David Rice, Phyllis Wallace, Vicki Nelson. ROW
THREE: Rickie Brock, Eugene Rich, DonnaE1y, Diane
King, Eva Rollin, Kitty Drake, Mike Lance, Mrs.
Keep. ROW FOUR: Patty Draper, Marilyn lngrahm,
Ralph Kelsey, Douglas Larsen, Karen Smith, Janet
Koerber, Bonnie Weber. ABSENT: Mike Sprinkle.
ROW ONE: Roseann Kungl, Welma Hardin, Sandra
Hord, Howard Fortune, Rose Williams, Tom Colley,
Florence Ferguson. ROW TWO: Keith May, Debbie
Eberling, Donna Yoak, Timmy Zieger, Joseph Kusmik,
Craig Nixon, Billy Hange. ROW THREE: Gary Grieve,
David Kuntz, Pamela Rogers, Kathy McDevitt, Toni
Hall, Mark Bowen, Mary Sutz, Mrs. Dickens.
ROW ONE: Danny Archer, Randy Hubler, Leonard
Bursley, Debby Harris, Patricia McConnell, Joan
Beard, Kitty Sylvester, Billy Bright. ROW TWO:
Russell Rook, George Richards, Andy Rook, Terry
Burke, Thomas Smith, Gary Frye, Bonnie Crossen,
Bradly Bright. ROW THREE: Barbara Cowhick, Jeff
Cleugh, Charles Hamilton, Frank Hawley, Ethel Gill,
Katherine Richards, Mrs. Painter. ABSENT: Mary
Sheperd, Jenny Sheperd, John Sylvester, Sandra
ROW ONE: Terrie Farkas, Debra Hines, Jenny
Daugherty, Robin Cesare, Kenneth Reink, Valerie
Steele, Jessie Bottomlee, Vivian Tripplet. ROW
TWO: Sarah Dickenson, Ted Spidel, Deborah Mace,
Mary Lea Moutoux, Mike Steele, Gale Stine, Randy
Patton, Lorie Honelburger. ROW THREE: Audrey
Barnes, Bobbie Badger, Forest Wandel, Rodney
Twinning, Theresa Sugaski, Mrs. Gorey, Teresa
Rogers, Jack Sidwell, Linda Cote, Linda Nichols,
ROW ONE: Billy Gleisner, Jeff Nixon, Martin Swanker,
Torn Vorhees, Cordan Leiby, Bill Parker. ROW
TWO: Chris Sheck, Alan Shelly, Pam Boreman,
Jeff Neptune, Beverly Gott, Debra Miller, Cindy
Walkden, Jeff Miller, Jim Thornton. ROW THREE:
Diana Kostecki, Sandy Kelly, Jerry Witfeild, Bryan
Smith, Dean Horn, Terry Lyn, Dickie Gair, Denise
Puie. ROW FOUR: Mary McDivitt, Matthew May,
Bob Hange, Joan Clement, Mary Ann Kungl, Joyce
Fortune, Jody Gott, Douglas King, Mrs. Gory. AB-
SENT: Vicki Williams, Mike Neptune.
ROW ONE: Steven Pifer, Marcia McCa1lin, Dean
Rollin, Mike Mennell, Mark Hubler, Larry
Hollandsworth, Alvin Finkel, Nancy Peters. ROW
TWO: Debora Welch, Daniel Rook, Walter Rolin,
Steve McGee, Nannette Sweet, Barbara Rollin, Devona
Parks, Donald Rollin, Linda Fetzer. ROW THREE
JoAnne Harris, Brenda Bauer, Andy Keener, Susan
VanBuskirk, JoAnn Kaina, Ginny Kosk, Danny Bigelow
Patti Richards, Douglas McFadden, Mrs. Skeeles
ABSENT: JoAnn Baughman, Dennis Rook, Brenda
Aukerman, Jeffrey Merrill, Connie Kimmell.
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Bowser and friends
But Daddy 1 didn't do it
ROW ONE: C. Napier, D. Ryan, C. Benford, L. Lamb,
S. Weller, P. Hamilton, S. Meek, J. Vanetta. ROW
TWO: M. Runkle, L. Hayes, C. Hoffman, J. Veverka,
M. Rowe, A. West, L. Bowling, L. Haines. ROW
THREE: M. Miller. K. Owen, P. Fenstermaker,
E, Dobbins, M, Skeeles, P, Hardin.
Judy Brockway, Carol Hisey, Pat Ryan, Jill
Grissinger, Marilyn Blake, Gayle Dalgleish, Linda
Kline, Susan Ballou, Linda Krueok, Cheryl Walkden,
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ROW ONE: P. Kurtz, R. Ward, S. Dennison, P
Ryan, K. Blankenship, M. Barone, J. Runkle, B
Kline, B. Baker. ROW TWO: C. Garn, M. Blake
S. Sweet, J. Roice, L. Kline, C. Walkden, S. Scheck
J. Williams, T. Beard. ROW THREE: S. Wandel
D. Sprinkle, A. Herrmann, J. McReyno1ds, L. Dawson
C. Kari, A. Clifford, P. Cole. ROW FOUR: R. Peck
D. Howe, D. Elliott, R. Wilhelm, P. Lowe,C, Jaccaud
ROW ONE: B. Baker, J. Pitts, D. Hanners, Mrs.
Hines, A. LaMar, C. Garn, S. Ringler, C. Ringler.
ROW TWO: T. Williams, F. Forster.
ROW ONE: M. Runkle, L. Bowling, M. Owens, J.
Hughey, T. Worcester, G, Galgleish, P. Ward, E
Dobbins, M. Myers. ROW TWO: D. Bowen, W.
McMillan, D. Bowen D. Leiby T. Fischer D. Sprinkle
P. Nagy, J. Williarris, N. Fetzer. ROW, THREE: D:
Ringler M. Haas D Hawley F. Forster, P Lowe
D. Howe, Mr. Kimrnell, Mrf Gifford. ROW.FOUR:
C. Canfield, J. Byrd, E. Worchester, J. Wolf, E
McKean, R. Brown.
ROW ONE: G. Bradock, C. Garn, B. Stark, B. Rowley,
J. Lamb, L. Lamb, Mrs. Dawley. ROW TWO: Mr.
Spotts, M. Leidorff, C. Walkden, E. McKean, B.
Brouse, D. Rosecrans, L. Krueck.
ROW ONE: K. Gullett, P. Owsley, K. Hopkins, D
Coble, G. Hoyer, L. Bowling, M. Barone, B. Barker
M. Runkle. ROW TWO: L. Moneysmith, P. Hamilton
S. Koons, C. Nash, P. Davis, M. Leidorff, E. Dobbins
M. Skeeles, J. Rifile.
Home Ec. Club
ROW ONE: J. Yeaples, K, McKean, J. F reitag, K.
Blankenship, S, Dennison, J. Hollandsworth, K
Thomlison, P. Fugitt. ROW TWO: P, Kurtz, L
Manning, S. Shafer, B. Psota, S. Sweet, B. Barker
B. Dorn, G. Hoyer, Miss Duncan. ROW THREE: J
Runkle, D. Rosecrans, D. Coble, M. Fugitt, P. Davis
S. Koons, N. Jordan, B. Stark.
J Beta Club
ROW ONE: J, Swaino, B, Baker, C, Ringler, B, L, Krueck, K, Hopkins, J, Runkie, S, Knapp, D,
Converse, R, Huggins, G, Dalgleish, C, Garn, S, Hanners. ROW FOUR: L, Kline, M, Fugitt, J,
Ringler, M. Myers, L. Dexter, D. Coble. ROW TWO: McReynoldS, C. Walkden, A. LHMHT, J. Hughey, M.
J, Shadley, R, Rogers, L, Moneysmith, J, Roice, Leidorff, A, Herrmann. ROW FIVE: M, Blake, R,
B, Kline, J, Pitz, F, Dennison, P, Owsley, B, Stark, Mcfredricks, L, Allemang, L., Honeberger, R, Stuart,
A, Cooper, Mr, Haring. ROW THREE: G. Wandel, F. Owens.
D, Wiemer, T, Worcester, L, Dawson, B, Rowley,
ROW ONE: J, Brockway, D, Ryan, C, Hoffman, T, Smith, L, Huggins, L, Moneysmith, A, West, K, Owen, G. Dalgleish, A
Krueck, P, Fensetermaker, B, Hawley, M.Herrmann,J.Swaino, Cooper, C, Garn, C, Humphrey. ROW FOUR: J, Swaino, S
M, Blake, J, Grissinger. ROW TWO: L. Bowling, K, Gullett, P, Knapp, T, Worcester, J, Hughey, J, Stroup, C, Walkden, J
Hamilton, S, Ringler, J, Pitts, P, Owsley, K, Benford, L, Dexter, Workman, B, Converse.
B, Baker, J, Roice, C, Ringler. ROW THREE: S, Shafer, R,
ROW ONE: D, Manning, G, Wacker, D, Workman, L, Jordan, THREE: L. Walkden, D, Berry, D, Hawley, R, Peck, L, Handley,
L. Handley, D, Markley, A, Blodgett, D, Wandel, Mr. Gottron. R, Quast, G. Keener. ROW FOUR: A, Havel, D, White, D, Cole,
ROW TWO: T, Beard, C, Summers, R, Wood, D, Howe, R, T, Cowhick, A. Glavich, B, Rice, F, Simcox, T, McKean.
Bauer, C, Jenkins, R. Twining, C, Gleisner, A, Parker, ROW
Parliamentary Procedure Team
Mr. Workman, Mr. Fenstermaker, Mr.
Rook, Mr. Blodgett, Mr. Breyley.
ROW ONE: F, Owen, E, Dobbins, R, Mayes, R. McFredricks, G. Wandel, J, Pitts, A, Herrmann, Mrs. Hines, ROW FOUR:
R, Stuart, R, Smith, T, Carter, F, Forester, P, Fenstermaker, M, Skeeles, R, Brown, S. Ballou, S, Larabee, P. Nagy, M.
ROW TWO: J. Brockway, D, Ryan, A, West, C, Garn, S, Herrmann, J, Swaino, G, Dalgleish, R, Huggins. ROW FIVE:
Knapp, L, Moneysmith, C, Hoffman, M, Runkle, P, Owsley, S, J, Kast, K, Kolb, R, Kratzer, D, Weimer, T, Wilhelm, L.
Wieler, J, Swaino, L, Dexter. ROW THREE: M. Myers, A, Honeberger, R, Honeberger, T, Barker,
Cooper, B, Psota, M, Owens, G, Clevidence, S. Simmerman,
Boys' Ensemble Freshman Girls' Ensemble
ROW ONE: J, Grissinger, C, Benford,K, Sifread,
i J, Freitag, J, Regal, S. Simmerman, L, Lamb,
D, Bowen. ROW TWO: D, Hawley, C, Walkden,
C, Nash, B, Converse, J, Swaino, M. Skeeles, S.
Larabee, B, Kline, ROW THREE: N, Jordan, G,
Burden, R, McFredrick, A, Blodgett, D, Roberts.
L. Walkden, S, Wandel.
Black River Senior Band
ROW ONE: B, Stark, M, Skeeles, E, Dobbins, C, Ringler
R, Rogers, F, Dennison, C, Humphrey, J, Stroup, J, Williams
L, Krueck, J, Kast, L, Lamb, S, Meek,G, Dalgleish, C, Walkden
P, Davis. ROW TWO: L, Allernang, J, McReynolds, K,
Blankenship, B, Baker, S, Ringler, K, Kolb, D. Bowen, C
Kari. P, Cole, M, Myers, D, Elliott, L, Bassett, C. Reisinger
M, Herrmann, L, Moneysmith. K, Sifread, A, West, G, Burden,
D, Sprinkle, D, Howe, J, Roice, D, Jaycox, T, Worcester, B,
Converse. ROW THREE: C, Gurn, P. Owsley, R, Huggins, M,
Runkle, D, Roberts, S, Ballou, S, Larabee, S, Wandel, R,
Sifread, J, Wolf, T, Sooy, B, Haines, M, Rowe, G, Wandel,
R, Carey, R, Brouse, C, Hisey, R, Quast, B, Burkey. ROW
FOUR: C, Jenkins, T, Williams, A, Blodgett, E, Worcester,
R, Mayes, R, Twining.
Thelma Worcester, Kay Blankenship, Liz
Allemang, Janet McReyno1ds, Beverly Converse,
Black River Post Staff
Senior Romans Indulge
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ROW ONE: D. Rook-Linebacker, L. Clevidence-Fullback, J. Regal-End,G. Sifread-
Center, E. Bahl-Halfback. ROW TWO: R. Howman-Guard, D. Manning-End, L.
Hastings-Halfback, G. Wacker-Tackle, T, Hord-End, T. McKean-End, L. Jordan-
Football Team of "63"
ROW ONE: R, Twining, E. Bahl, N. Fetxer, W. McMillan, D. F. Paine, T. Hord. ROW THREE: R. VanMeter, L. Jordan,
Hawley, L. Clevidence, G, Sifread, J. Regal. ROW TWO: T, D, Manning, R. Blessing, T, Smith, J. Wolf, R, Bowling,G.
Simonson, J. Gonzales, R. Howman, L. Walkden, T. Fisher, Wacker, J. Rosecrans, F. Simcox, T, Keep, T. McKean, L,
C. Gleisner, T. Wilhelm, D, Rook, D. Rosecrans, E. McKean, Hastings. COACHES: Gallagher, Purtell, Haring.
Bette Hawley Linda Krueck
Prrate s Schedule .
Lois Sooy Mary Herrmann
Brookside 48 74
Avon 40 55
Buckeye 49 40
Columbia 59 37
Highland ' 56 49
Firelands 69 57
Keystone 42 44
Brunswick 37 63
S. Amherst 70 47
Brookside 35 64
Avon 51 45
Buckeye 51 43
Columbia 47 29
Firelands 54 51
Wellington 48 49
Keystone 54 58
S, Amherst 64 54
Cloverleaf 60 53
St. John .C antius 55 53
St. Mary's 58 67
South Amhe rst
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Jill Grissinger -Marilyn Blake
Judy Brockway Jean Swaino
Mr. Scholl, W, McMillan, D, Elliott, T, McKean,
P, Nagy, C, Garn, Mr. Gottron,
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P, Nagy, D, Hawley, S, Drake, A, Packard,
D, Ringler, P, Fenstermaker, T, Smith. ROW
TWO: T, Simonson, G, Burden, T, Wilhelm,
D, Roe, Mr. Campbell, E, Worcester, R, Brown,
ROW ONE: L, Jordan, D, Manning, T. McKean,
R, Blessing, T, Hord, J, Wolf, G. Sifread, ROW
TWO: T, Smith, D, Rook, L, Clevidence, D,
VanMeter, T, Williams, E, McKean, J, Regal.
ROW THREE: D, Markley, D, Rosecrans, J,
Rosecrans, B, Brouse, R, Carey, G. Wacker,
L, Hastings, B, Bowling.
Homer Local chool Graduates
Eva Holshue Branley
Hattie Bennader Billrnan
Elsie Freyman' Ballow
Grace Holshue Brinker
Luella Landis Lane
Martha Landis Toomey
Ruth Dirk Stroup
Kay Nausel McCarty
Gladys Eicher' Loufman
John Wt Fenstermaker
Edith Hahn' Seiders
Hazel Gault Fenstermaker
Jessie Holshue Parker
Grace Garberich Kemery
Lucy Williams Jeffery
Lois Williams Fox
Arvesta Garman Eglin
Gladys Keyser Harrington
Flossie Ringler' Trapp
Loah Koons Bixler
Beulah Brubaker Owen
Clarice Koons Zimmerman
Mary Barone Sanders
Esyer Falconer Strenick
Rose Handwork Henning
Loah Koons Bixler
Berlah Brubaker Owen
Mary Barone Sanders
Gladys Keyser Harrington
Lela Koons Goodwill
Lena Dickinson Kline
Vina Fetzer' Eshelman
Flora Belle Harsh
Hope Edwards Greene
Florence Eicher Loufman
Lois Garman' Palmer
Bessie Kemery Krahl
Ellen Koons Kromer
Kathryn Stevenson Soka
Maude Stine Roberts
Mabel Gloser' Haulk
Lillian Betz Hudenreick
Dana Handwork Kline
Frieda Barnes Holshue
Neva Weimer Thompson
Jennie Clinker McBride
Maggie Howman Reinhardt
Thelma Eicher Haulk
Mary Delcamp Spellman
Mabel Strenick Jeffery
Ruth Horner Tosti
Lestia Weimer' Meyers
Mary Brubaker Stewart
Glee Walters Jeffery
Nina Koons Auble
Edna Kime Hopkins
Mary Stine Warner
Eva Tunquist Laribee
Florence Correll Hastings
Marie Owen Swihart
Lois Hopkins Correll
Myrtle Trapp Sheets
Grace Edwards Rice
Neva Spring Lowe
Marie Metcalf McFerren
Florence Metcalf Welsh
Dorothy Frank Owen
Flossie Koons Roberts
Virginia Koons Reese
Francis Ripp' Dague
Evelyn Smith Wells
Gladys Wandel Daniels
Mary Hastings Irwin
Kathryn Miller Hummel
Muriel Gloeser Mantz
Florence Conrad Leonard
Bernice Clark Cowick
Mabel Clark Gordan
Cleo Findley Schempp
Irma Lance Wolf
Irene Repp Brubaker
Faye Delcamp Soloman
Thelma Stair Freeman
Opal Horner Barryman
Dorothy Owen Peterson
Lucille Snoddy Markley
Ona Leininger Mann
Alvalio Smith' Mong
Jean Smith Stanford
Violet Snoddy Burgess
Katherine Fetzer Delagrany
Halcyon Overholt Plamer
Peral Wandel' Jones
Helen Stair Dayton
Edna Edwards Lawson
Beulah Fackler Frederick
Dorothy Clark Jones
Elizabeth Kline' Stentz
Ethel Repp Wells
Myrtle Hastings Hoskensmith
Roberta Curtis Fettler
Grace Bishop Horner
Letha Wandel Slarb
Floy Sowers Shank
Jessie Brinker Spellman
Mildred Steele Shakley
Helen Nash Massie
Vera Eshelman Keith
Mabel Steele Holmes
Gladyes Eshelman Rowe
Anna Kiplinger Verbesky
Ethel Findley Smith
Doris Wandel Black
Harold Weimer 3
John O. Fenstermaker
Kathryn Keller Prast
Lucille Jeffery Wasson
Kathy Baumgartner McVicker
Clarice Frank Spellman
Beatrice Frank Fetzer '
Ethel Reese Voorhees
Kathryn Miller Kemery
Margorie Basom Bailey
Evelyn Betleski Power
Imogene Frank Ommel
Bessie Spellman Kiplinger
Elizabeth Miller Hedemann
Leona Reese Miller
Bette Heeter Reibe
Elizabeth Miller Adamson
Ruth Smith Bowersock
Rosemary Sullivan Geiger
Ruth Dickinson Day
Mary Brinker Owens
Stella Stillman Siononson
Numa Halliwell Knight
Phyllis Shank Stenetz
Mildred Trapp Thompson
Bernice Rowe Wandel
Maxine Ridle Wirth
Virginia Patterson Blessing
Doris Strouse Slarb
Marie Smith Baker 3
Vera Kline Keiffer
Vera Owen Preda
Louise Stair Fisher
Evelyn Owen Boyd
Marcella Cantleberry Zebner
Olive Eshelman Bassett
Frances Wackerman Keller
Virginia Howe Edwar-ds
Arlene Frank Broga
Eleanor Kiczek Zeibro
Laura Stroup Chancy
Earl Hauenstein, Jr."'
Donna Houston Hines
Talma Kidd Hubler
Jean Owen Lance
Pearl Owen Elliott
Mildred Steward Williams
Betty Wackerman Bazur
Helen Ward Leatherman
Doris Krick Sponsellor
Wilma Kline Kolb
Edith Conwell Roberts
Irma Janicsek Sheppard
Dorothy Allen Archer
Thelma Steward Reep
Shirley Correll Coates
Helen Kristick Saffle
Joy Lee Johnson Seward
Genevive Mantz Hines
Doris Eldred Hange
Agnes Hines Hughes
Lucille Robinette Temple
Louise Robinette Meyer
Miriam Rumbaugh Zemancik
Wilma Stevenson Barket
Edna Zemancik Cutlep
Jean Allen Eagle
Grace Mann Mattoux
Irene Smith Gallatin
Belva Bishop Eagle
Olive Eldred Webster
Natalie Mantz Zelanka
Jean Summertoni' Hudok
Sue Frank Schmetzer
Phyllis Keener Wolf
Melva Leiby Tomasek
Janice Reece Emerson
Rozella Keen Taffin
Patricia Bogess Budger
Lucille Hines Lozier
Richard Lozier '
Rita Shadley Blodgett
Marlene Simcox Jividen
Winifred Stine Salmon
Patricia Walsh Markle
Nora Wuthrich McQuate
Jo Ann Fenstermaker
Doretta Wood George
Dorene Wood Underwood
Rosemary Kiplinger Bright
Claire Havel Sterzer
Jean McFerren Stahl
Betsy Hines Viering
Betty Wood Hall
Patsy Cayia Rex
Fredaline Frank Healy
Geraldine Frank Schlarf
Shirley Middour Graven
Janice Sooy McFrederick
Ann Fossnacht Warner
Kay Kast Gern
Arlene Schempp Atwood
Billie Anne Frank Massie
Barbara Hursell Banfield
Marilyn Schempp Binckley
Helen Rowe Stine
Emmajean Stites Nolt
Barbara Allen Heilman
Wilma Foster Bunch
Linda Grissinger Chirdon
Betty Hoffman Stevenson
Dixie Ramsier Butdoep
Marcia Rex Hershey
Wanda Shorts Snoddy
Leilani Simcox Savick
Mary Stites Studer
Pat Strine Studer
Bernice Trapp Underwood
J. Edwin Curtice'
C, Ray Aldrich'
Spencer High School Graduates
Charles Rice' '
Lawrence Kiplinge r
Gladys Smith '
Mary Belle Patterson
Mac Donald Stuart
Norris E. Walters
F. Robert Rice
Nelson H, Wood
Anna Mae Ingraham
Torrence Curtice, Jr
Kermit Billman I
Robert L. Coomer
James Gorfido '
Marion J. Sulhowski
F aith Allen
Mae Louise Hall
M. Joan Walters
A. Ray Biddinger
Allan Root, Jr.
Harold Rabjohn, Jr.
DeForest Jackson, Jr
Joyce Rook '
Mathew Logan, Jr.
Walter Sprinkle, Jr.
George Colley, Jr.
Harold Rabjohn, Jr,
Herbert Kuepfer, Jr.
Jo Ann Thornton
E dward Sanders
E arl Bellamy
Jo Ann Carr
Frank Rice, Jr.
Mary Lynn Clement
Donald Brouse, Jr,
Mary Ann Giar
Donna Rae Rook
ullivan High chool Graduates
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E. B. Whitcomb'
Gertrude Thompson Hubler
E. Edwin Jacobs'
Eve Dennis Clem
Fanny Gorham Clark'
Myrtle Hubler Ferguson'
Grace Johnson Garver'
Mabel Smith Offiner'
Edna Hubler Smith'
Bertha Park Grissinger'
Nina French Johnson'
Louise Smith Bradstock'
Ethel Whitcomb Huchinson
May Mann Kenny'
Myrtle Hyde Farnsworth'
Sidney Jones Rice
Lee House Barrow
L. Murl Frink
Alta Giar Hendee
Zoe Park Dennis'
Maude Findley Orton'
Micha Allan Hyde'
Wanda Biddinger Pratt'
Pearl Hubler Huffman
Grace Heifner Brown'
Enola Eaton Roice
Ethel Smith Arndt
Mae Johnson Drake
Elsie Hileman Hyde'
Lulu Johnson Frink
Maude Fair Shank
Ruby Smith Richards
Ora Fern Drake Franks'
Nellie Lindsey Overholt'
Millie Hyde Nichol'
Flay Berry Hannan
Millie Park Johnson
Edith Bahl Dunkle
Helen Hankinson Sprague
Jessie Wier LaRouche
Miriam Rice Biddinger
Lucy Rice Winkler
Hattie Ward Blinn'
Katilla Dakin Furhrer
Flossie Cole Wilkins
Vertie Thompson Eagle'
Irene Bair Miller
Genevieve Hankinson Sprague
Ruth Dudley Cole'
Gladys Hankinson Hicks
Lois Armstrong Dakin
Ruth Thompson Houseman
Gladys Ward Shawan'
Estella Stine Chapman
Esta Drown Roberts
Harry Jay Fisher
Hope Dudley Knick
Mable Fisher Hunt
Esther Beem Wood
Rhea Sheller Rogers
Mary Gordon Rheinhold
Nellie Arndt Haynard'
Berdie Sprinkle Fuhrman
Ruth Smith Robinson
Goldie Rader Farnsworth
Dorothy Dudley Freyman
Opal Pence Gribbens
Dora Koons Heifner
Pauline Bails Hess
Sarah Koons Oster
Nellie Fisher Remington
Nova Ward Bruce
Marquerite Swindler Semlar
Dorothy Drake Bradshaw
Flora Crile Kenney
Mary Smith Doster
Reba Arndt Lowe
Virginia Hyde Taylor
Violet Sessions Pratt'
Hazel Jones Smith
Freda Thudium Baker
Harriett Lebkisher Horn
Pearl Shank Asire
Dot Dudley Rook
Wreatha Botdorf Dickason
Leona Vines McMuldrew
Faye Taylor Bryner
Eileen Dennis Sulinsky
Rhea Thompson Cowen
Arlene Lowe Flickinger'
Miriam Weber Neilson
Esther Harris Sessions
Joy Linderman Wilcox'
Calista Thudium Harris
Cora Zeigler Pettit
Vada Ringler Ray
Hazel Shank Sprinkle
Francis Eaton Meeker
Edith Arndt Greenbank'
Lela Arndt Richards
Olive Sessions Barlett
Ruth Beard Bowen
Mary Botdorf Gantz
Orrie Finkel Geier
Frances Hileman Mohn
Fern Horton Regal
Grace Lucas McConnell
Martha Shick Ballon
Mildred Taylor Stoll
Fern Thudium Cepec
Zaida Eaton Wallin
Evelyn Garver Bikfasy
Valna Ringler Gorham
Treva Bungard Kirkpatrick
Jeanette Swindler Topper
Dorothy Farner Westerfield
Mary Amsbaugh Reynolds
Maxine Lucas Hartsel
Vesta Lowe Calhoun
Faye Bair Hignett
Sadie Landford Pence
Glendora Swope Bair
Maybelle Smith Sooy
Pauline Richards Handley
Amy Greenbank Spencer
Mary McDowell Price
Rhea Shick Groff
Elsie Crile Arndt
Nola Vance Garey
Gladys Botdorf McQuate
Mary Clark McFadden
Maurence Frink Parkey
Nedra Arndt Keener
Evelyn Holbrook Berringer
Aileen Regal Rook
Irene Hyde Raudebaugh
Emma Crile Drage
Margaret Straits Wolfe
Berdene Dudley Gillette
Helen Bowen Easterday
Ethel Regal Stroup
Edith Dutro Doherty
Hazel Smith Gibson
Pauline Lucas Liston
Emily Vines Weiler
Hazel Arndt Bennett
Arlene Richards Barone
Irene Sage Fast
Jean Aubrey Welsh
Hazel Beard Whitmore
Cathrine Linderman Hartzel
Helen Woodburn Jones
Evelyn Wagnitz Moskal
Evelyn Sprague Hayes
Edna Channell Ropp
Mildred Cole Miller
Marie Crile Freyman
Katherine Klooz Abram
Eleanor Hyde Sponseller
Ellen Koppler Whitmer
Florence Whitcomb Finkel
Vera Arndt Moore .
Pauline Clodwick Smith
Vallie Hawley Gillilan
Gladys Johnson Kasper
Dorothy Crile Fox
Fern Ziegler Taylor
Helen LaVon Lucas
Allie Beard Hohenshall
Catherine Swope Samples
Geraldine Burden Bigley
Anna Resek Foster
Annabelle Gould Orcutt
Margaret Whitcomb Heister
Helen Earley Morris
Louise Fast Metcalf
Grace Eaton Brown
Pauline Johnson Ropp
Betty Gott Kirt
Eloise McFadden Swope
Grace Morris Jensen
Helen Thompson Bajese
Allene Werner Lance
Frances Skeeles Young
Lucille Stine Echelberger
Hazel Sifred Shoulter
Betty Klooz Skeeles
Clarice Johnson Johnson
Eleanor Barone Stuart
Elmer Klooz, Jr.
G. William Dakin
Eunice Smith Campbell
Ethel Arndt Greenback
Anne Moore Swanson
Bett Mc Fadden Woodburn
Marion Dakin Johnson
Louise Clodwich Halter
Vivian Roach Cole
Flora Biddinger Cole
Mary Resek Steiner
Frances Earley Strotler
Marvel Pence Hall
June Whitcomb Thompson
Norma Werner Kraps
Virginia Pence Fair
Luella Stine Heifner
Lucille Heifner Messner
Helen Swope Spitler
Lyle Farnsworth, Jr.
John Ringler, Jr.
Orma Farnsworth Lebman
Veda Swope Jaccaud
Neva Jane Lowe Greenfield
Ruth Petzke Mulica
Thelma Bungard Clarb
Ruth Easterday Davidson
Ruth Reed Kerr
Marjorie McFadden Farnsworth
Genevieve Gordon Wacker
Jean Whitcomb Hartman
Josephine Resek Horton
Barbara Cummings Garwood
Ida Belle Swope Weining
Virginia Murgan Drury
Dorothy Lance Harper
Norma Thompson Wacker
Leah Werner Grieve
Eunice Hill Weber
Norma Repp Elson
Mary Lebkisher Pitts
Faye Kettering Smith
Nancy Drury .Yant
Naomi Gordon Koons
Esther Hales Farnsworth
Betty Klingler Musser
Marion Thompson Hammond
Geraldine Rice Burden
Velda Swope Parker
Joan Clodwick Seibert
Lois Elliott Sheldon
Jean Fisher Dwelle
Pauline Petzke Atterholt
Jean Swope Akers
Pauline Berry Wohlgemuth
Marilyn Hawley Matus
Robert Klingler P
Anita' Smith Bryan
Lois Bigelow McDonald
Lois Mae Coe Rollin
Avis Fisher Stonematz
Patty Haulk Siders
Jeanette Hawley McConeghy
Ethel Hubler Bair
Mary Klooz Lamb
Bonnie Swope Masters
Lois Twining VonKamp
Evelyn Biddinger Ives
Arlene Fast Firestone
Jerrie Haulk Yergin
Catherine Klingler Harvouth
Frances Lamb Klooz
Pearl Maresh Robinson
Betty Pettit Berry
Helen Rook McConnell
Jean Session Bishop
Betty Jean Sheffer
Myrene Sprinkle Tugend
Donna Swope Keefer
B. Mac Bright
Runez Lamb Atterholt
Mariella Elliott Gordon
Eileen Kelly Swope
Elaine Goodson Ungerer
Marion Rollin Bigelow
Leona Shonenberger Ridgeway
Shirley Pfeiffer Bruner
Ruth Twining Rook
Marjorie Givan Sourvine
Elaine Leiby Kline
Phyllis Demaline Lockabaugh
Mary Archer Harris
Howard George Clawson
Royal Dobbins, Jr.
Joann Heifner Richards
Ardith Ringler Karse
Otis Biddinger, Jr.
Phillis Easterday Keener
Charles Gene Hawley
Barbara Kerr Jenks
Janet Ringler Cleugh
Marilyn Stark Young
Phyllis Stine Lamb
Wilma Grum Fryman
Ardith Handley McFadden
Loretta Keefer Farmer
Donna Pauli Boak
Edith Rollin Brownson
Francis Thompson Allen
Jeanetta Peters Foster
Frances Sexton Smith
Betty Allgire Hummel
Shirley Bryan Gast
Alice Foster McConnell
Rose Marie Free
Janet Hawley Wacker
Mona Howe Forbes
Pauline Hubler Patton
Joyce Keener Garver
Pat Lamb Welch
Charlene Pointer Aukem an
Dorothy Querin Wohlgemuth
Mary Lou Regal Swope
Royal Stark, Jr.
JoAnn Sutton Weaver
Emma Thompson Patton
David Lee Welch
David Lester Welch
Carole Weyer Carlyle
Juanita Hawley Unangst
Barbara Bakos Hoffman
Donna Givan Asire
Ardith Leininger Roberts
Bonnie Pettit Hoffer
Janice Pfeiffer Sprinkle
Sandra Taylor Ropp
Edith Thompson Radley'
Marlyn Davidson Decker
Janet Foster Novak
Glenda Keefer Holland
Mary Marshall Welch
Edith Ringler .Laborie
Judy Wright Gott
Margaret Brunda Willard
Sue Haines Sayers
Anna Hastings Puttman
Alice McClaffin Maynard
Sonya Orcutt Hollandsworth
GUY B. FINDLEY SCHOLARSHIP
Edith Arndt Greenbankt
Creta Amsbaugh Plaster
Evelyn Wagnitz Moskal
Edna Channel Ropp
Helen LaVon Lucas
Betty Klooz Skeeles
Vivian Roach Cole
Helen Swope Spitler
Leah Werner Grieve'
Jean Fisher Dwelle
Jean Session Bishop
Phyllis Easterday Keener
Jeanette Peters Foster
Royal Stark, Jr.
Janice Pfeiffer Sprinkle
Carol Grenzenback McConnell
Black River High School Graduates
Ann Spellman, Crebs
Roberta Rowe Brooks
Sonja Voorhees Wood
Agnes Wacker Porter
Brenda Butcher Reisinger
Margaret Dennison Yunker
Marlene Dobson Bowling
Sandra Moore Mullins
Grace Mullins Townsend
Neva Norris Marcum
Caroline Reed Theil
Caro-1 Worcester Wright
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Della Hawley Strong
Janet Heiffner Haswell
Marilyn Hubler Halada
Elizabeth McConnell Rainford
Helen Stark Armstrong
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Nancy Geiger Smith
Nancy Campbell Gast
Kathleen Weimer Honce
Carol Elliott Smith
Mary Ann Higgins Crane
Sherrell Hovorka Rieinhardt
Clara Jean Leiby Smith
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Mary Walkden Davenport
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The Lodi Equity Company
GRAIN - FEED - FERTILIZER
COAL - FENCING TILE - BUILDING MATERIAL
TELE PHONE 948 -1020
BANKING FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY AT
The Old Phoenix
MEDINA - BRUNSWICK - SEVILLE
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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Medina Farmers Exchange Co.
1904 - 59 Years of Service - 1963
Oliver: Tractors, Farm Machinery
Gehl: Choppers, Mixers
Remington: Chain Saws
Starline: Barn Equipment
Medina Quality Feeds
Plenty of Parking Space
Dexter: Wringer Washers
Glidden: A Paint for Every
Bolens: Outdoor Power
Jacobsen: Power Mowers
320 S. Court St. Medina
Com lirnents of
p H. C. Wheeler, Inc.
Uwe Take Pride in Your Appearance, Industrial Institutionial
Phone 929-0481 or 2-1575
7 East Main Street West 12th Street at Erie RR
New London Ohio Ashland Ohio
The Staff of the 1963 "Echo" wishes
to take this opportunity to thank all
advertisers in this annual. We hope the
s ub s c rib e r s will patronize these
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The City Hardware
Hardware, Stoves, Oils, Paints, Window Glass
Ed. Bartholomai, Prop.
40 Years Service in Lodi
Store Phone 948-1011
Residence Phone 948-2585
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PERVIER'S GREENHOUSE DON'S SOHIO, New London
SULLIVAN GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
ROBART'S BURBANK GRAIN gl FEED
WILLIAM BAISH, W8IIiI1g'1ZOI1 SMITH MUSIC
PENFIELE GROCERY HEFFELFINGEIEVS MEAT MARKET
HILLCREST MOTEL DR. GARRET
WELLS AGENCY, INC. FASHION CO,
FLO'S BEAUTY SHOP TIME SHOP
STAHL'S GENERAL ELECTRIC LEATHERMAN'S HARDWARE
I'IERSEY'S BARBER SHOP
THE WHITE HAT HAMBURG
CARRY OUT SERVICE E. 81 M. BEAUTY COLLEGE
GANYARDS TOGGERY FISHERS FOODS
G. A. NICHOLS, Ashland, Ohio WILLIAM CURTIS DRY CLEANING
CORNWELL'S SHOE CO. GENERAL TIRE SERVICE
D. B. BARNES, New LOIICIOU KNOLLBROOK GOLF COURSE
SNYDER ELECTRIC NIXON'S BARBER SHOP
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Lodi Lumber Co.
Everything to Build Anything
1500 Colors of Pittsburgh Paint
In Stock at all Times
Phone 948-1311 Lodi, Ohio
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Your Independent Agent Serves You Best
C. A. Heck Insurance Agency
112 Bank St. - Lodi, Ohio
Let Us Worry For You!
Insurance With Us Means
Assurance -- Service -- Peace of Mind
Res. Phone 948-2235 Office Phone
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"Open 24 Hours"
Dining Room Available For Parties
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Check and Save
The Savings Deposit Bank
Member of the Federal Deposit
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C ompl iments
West Salem Equity
Feed - Coal - Fertilizer
West Salem Ohio
General Farm Building
R. R. No. 5 Wooster, Ohio
Gene Irnhoff - Phone Wooster, Ohio 262-9187
Dean Imhoff - Phone 909 Red Haw,'Ohio
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Best Ready Mix, Inc.
Ready to Serve You
Ready Mix Concrete
Phone Lodi 5191 Phone Lodi 4491
106 Prospect Street Lodi, Ohio
Wimp's Welding 81 Automotive Repair
ff Phone OX. 2-3521
The Nova Elevator Company
Phone Oxford 2-3200
Good Luck Class of '63
Wayne A. Shorts 8x Sons
l lr Well Drilling Contractor
W ri Q.
L E Ni Phone Red Haw 688
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Do Drop Inn
Beer Sz Wine
tCa1'ry Out Alsoj
Chicken in the Basket
Huntington, Center Ohio
Don Fetzer, Inc.
"You Can Pay More But You
Can't Buy Better"
Phllway Products, Inc.
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National Latex Products Co.
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Farmers Production Credit Association
27 Years of Dependable Farm Credit
1236 Claremont Ave - Phone 32101 - Ashland, Ohio
748 N. Court Street - PArk 38022 - Medina, Ohio
Route 4+ Box 12 - Fairfax 22724 - Elyria, Ohio
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Walter 81 Patton, Inc.
Grinding And Mixing On The Farm
Wellington, Ohio Phone 6001
FINE NIOTOR CARS IN NIEDINA
PONTIAC ' BUICK' CADILLAC
Lodi Foundry Company
Aluminum Castings For Aircraft
Earl Martinson - Carlton Brewster
Phone Lodi 948-1516
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Scheck Brothers Hardware
8m Blacksmith Shop
Authorized Briggs And Stratton
General Farm Machinery Repair
Complete Line Of Hardware
Welding-Electric And Acetylene
Remington Chain Saws
Always Be Proud Of Your School
Wooster Lumber Company
Phone HO 2-8015
Irma's Beauty Barr
Expert Permanent Waving
County Rd. 83
Phone No. 7-2730
Compliments of Parson's Jersey Daily
Underwood's Market Dam, Products Of
Home Of Quality Meats And Groceries
Your Complete Food Market
Phone 3241 Member Of Dairy Guild Of America
215 N. Main Street
Lodi Ohio Phone 2241
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The United Dairy' Company
Class Of "63"
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The lorain County Savings
81 Trust Company
Member Of Federal Deposit
The Tarmefs State Bank
Strength - Service - Security
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Elyria Amherst Oberlin
West Salem Ohio
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Compliments . .
of Champion Athletic Supply
School And Team Equipment
Spencer 0lI Company, Inc. ,tttttttt tttttmttt
Club And Team Jackets
Medina Shopping Center
Spencer Ohio Al Schaefer 883 N. Court
Quinn Schaefer Medina, Ohio
The Savings 84 loan Banking Co.
A State Chartered Bank
Member Of Federal Deposit Insurance
4? Interest On Savings
New London Ohio
CIifford's Tin Shop
Roofing - Spouting
Heating - Plumbing
Myers Water Systems
Freeway - Vue Farms
West Salem Chio
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Jennings Ready Mix, Inc.
Ready Mix Concrete
R. W. Grissinger
Phone West Salem 3196
Kelly's Pure Oil
101 North Main Street
General Service Work
Lubrication Jobs, A.A.A.
Remember - Ashland - Is Our Home
Home Federal Savings
and loan Association
121 West Main Street
Carl Cr Hummel 81 Sons
Savings Loans Homerville Ohio
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Medina Farm Bureau Co-op Assn. Wellington Hardware
Supplies For Farm And Home gg-I-h 7 9,
A Complete Shopping Center
Owned And Controlled By
Farmers Of Medina County
Phone PA 2-1521
Medina Ohio Phone 242 Wellington, Ohio
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Can't Beat Our Milk.
says Gene was Medina County Bank
Lodi And Valley City, Ohio
244 N. Court St. Member Of Federal Deposit Insurance
Medina, Ohio A
Groceries -- Meats
Carry Out Beverages
H. B. Coe Insurance Agency
Complete Insurance Service
Office - Chatham, Ohio - NOrth 7-2911
Res. - Spencer, Ohio - Phone 2683
Spencer, R2, Ohio
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Gas - Oil
Phone 5811 Wellington
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Satisfaction Since 1884
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It Pays To Buy Quality
Your Friendly Paint Sz Color Service Center"
Automotive Refinishers Supply, Inc.
Automotive Paints Body Panels
R-M M DITZLER
Phone 3466-2 A ' 130 Claremont Ave.
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compliments Of Hines Body and Repair Shop
West Salem, Ohio
The Nova Telephone Company
Phone 4422 Home 3829
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Bakers Of Qualit Baked Goods .
Y lngraham's Gulf Servlce
"At Your Door Or At Your Store."
North Main Street
New London Ohio
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Gail E. Heifner The Best People
Phone EL-62646 Sullivan In The World Read
Medina Count Gazette
Carl C. Ward Realty Agency Y
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Groceries - Fresh Meats - Dry Goods
Member Of Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation Phone 625-2122
Ashland Ohio Homerville Ohio
Studebaker Sales 8a Service
Lark Avanti Hawk
17 Rexall Drug Store Wagoner
855 Ashland Road
Phone 524 - 2415
L Mansfield Ohio
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' For The Best In Athletic Supplies
Wellington lumber Company
And Best Prices
Phone 256 See Us First
Chi-Namel Paints Rawlings - Wilson - Spalding
Johns-Manviue Products Trophies - Jackets - Sweaters
Glass Insulation R. B. Co.
734 Broadway Phone CH. 56977
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Tires, Batteries, Accessories
Brake Service Engine Tune-Up
Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing
206 Herrick Avenue, East
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Spring Hill Greenhouse Jim and Ruth s Sav-Mor Market
Groceries - Fresh Fruit
R. B. Snell- 8a Son, Florists
Meats - Vegetables
Phone 4702 Lodi, Ohio
Say It With Flowers
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locke Manufacturing Company
Metal Building Products
"American Foremost Wrought Iron
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"On The Square"
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Hart Construction Co.
The Farmers Bank of Ashland
Highway Contractors Main Office East Branch
19 W. Main Street E. Main At Eastern
460 Oberlin Road
Furnished And Applied
Phones-Office FA 20796 Members Federal Deposit Insurance
Garage FA 20698 Corporation
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Ed A. Ringler
Pole Type Farm Buildings
Herrick Avenue E ast
R'D' in For The Best Ice Cream Cones,
Phone Sullivan El 6-2740 Sundaes, And Shakes
Nova, Ohio Wellington Ohio
HaIl's Barber Shop
Barbershop Phone 948-2422
J Lodi Ohio
Roedel's Shoe Store
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Ken's Food Center
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Elm Farm Milk Company
Quality Milk And Ice Cream
l. l. lowe
Lime Sz Fertilizer Spread
Rt. 58 - One Mile North Of Sullivan
" Medina Ohio Phone ELgin 6-2113
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Compliments Of Whitney Shell Service
Lodi Ohio Wellington ohio
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Real Estate Compliments Of
Investments--Insurance-- Mortgage Loans
List Your Property with Us Dr. George Ravitch, D. D. S.
The lehman-lohnson Co.
138 Middle Avenue
Elyria - FA 33385
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The lorain Hardware Co. Giar's Cleaners
Phone CHerry 4-2281 Automatic 8a Professional
R.c.A. - Whirlpool And G.E. Cleaning
500 - 502 Broadway
129 Herrick Ave. East
Loram Ohm Wellington Ohio
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Compliments of Compliments Of
Brockway Sohio Service
On Route 58--Phone: E16-2181
Phone 3231 Motor Repair
Front End Alignment
. Wheel Balancing
Spencer Ohm suinvan ohio
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Homerville Service Center
General Auto And Tractor Repair
Skeeles Ford Sales, Inc.
Telephone 3691 Herrick Ave. West.
KE Wellington, Ohio
Gail Heifner gl Jim Richards
Groceries - Meats - Produce
Phone OX 2-3112
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White City Truck Stop
Lunches - Dinners
Shell Gas Station
N. E. Walters
I. G. A. Market
Quality Meats 8: Groceries
Phone Elgin 6-2598 Phone 2382
Sullivan R.F.D. ei ohio l Spencer Ohio
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lodi Implement Company
Packing House Mkt.
Phone FA. 2-6124
565 Broad Street, Elyria, Ohio
Rochester Cement Block Co.
Cement Blocks, Cement
Windows And Other Building Materials
Western Auto Family Store
Smith 84 Wharton Electric, Inc.
1250 Middle Rowsburg Road
We Specialize In Good Food
Prepared As You Like It
Located At The Light
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Town 84 Country Beauty Salon
. Phone 2371
M d, Srmmons Co. ,
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Allis-Chalmers Sales Sz Service . ,
Hendnck s Farm 81 Home Supply
' Hardware-P ' t
Rapkrng Garage S
Phone 410 Rt. 18 East
Wellington Ohio Poultry Equipment
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Henry E. laribee
Clark R. Cooper
Open All Year
Steaks Short Orders Dining
Chops Room Service
Phone 942 14'
New London Ohio
Medina Ohio Spencer Ohio
Better Things For Better For Anything And Everything Photographic
Folks At The Visit Or Call
Bruce Frrestone Studio
237 South M. Street
Better Dress Shops Phone 201
Color Black And White
Portrait Commercial Candids
Complete And Prompt Film
Medina-Wooster-Mansfield-Parma Processing Service
"The Place Of Friendly Service"
Studebaker Sales 81 Service
Hannon Motor Sales
Sales And Service
C1 t A Phone 21 202-204
aremon venue Kelly Street
Ashland Ohio Wellington Ohio
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Rowkmd Bros' Gordon's Paint
Drug Sz Prescriptions
"37 Years Decorating Experience"
113 Wooster Street
Phone 3251 235 Orange Street
Lodi Ohio Ashland Ohio
Phone 2-1592 -- 16 E. Main St
Ashland, Ohio 0 C.
Welss Drug Co. .
Real Estate 81 Insurance
Your Walgreen Agency
The Complete Drug Store
"Where Your Dollar Will Buy More" 120 Church St.
"Prescription Specialists" Ashland Ohio
"Fil1 Your Middle" At The Griddle
Your Office Supply Store
Phone 49554-31570 Supplies-Office Machines-
10 Main Street
Corner Of 3rd Orange Street
Compliments Of Ashland Home Owned
42 East Main Street
1350 Lexington Avenue
Best Wishes To The Class Of 1963
Mansfield Ohio Ashland Ohio
1069 Park Avenue West
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Spencer News 84 Printing
"A Weekly Paper"
Printing 8a Mimeographing Work
Statements, Letterheads, Tickets
Invoices, Stationery, Envelopes Etc.
Phone Spencer 349 1
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Harold Blake Agency
Life And General Insurance
Real Estate Service
308 East Main St. Spencer, Ohio .
Mrs. Raymond tJean7 Burden ' Spencer Ohm
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Ken's Sohio Station
Phone EL 6-2292
Harry E. Ramsier
Buyer Of Scrap Iron, Metals, Etc.
South Of West Salem
Rt. 301 To Road N. 132
First Road Left
For The Best In Cosmetics
See Your Friendly
Mrs. led Richards
Phone EL 6-2526
Dick's Truck Service
R. E. Hawley, Owner
Bulk Or Bag Agricultural Lime
Limestone - Sand - Coal
Phone --- ELgin 6-2791
West Salem Ohio Sullivan Ohio
Sullivan Packing Compliments Of
Custom, Cutting lohn Shaw Insurance Agency
Retail Phone West Salem 3811
Sullivan Ohio West Salem Ohio
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State Route 18 8z 76
Complete Auction And Real Estate
Farms A Specialty
Phone Polk 5-4232
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Circle Shell Service
Medina Park 2-4180
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Edward Allgire 81 Son
Phone ELgin 6-2658
St. Rt. 58
Curtiss Breeding Se rvice
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Hours - 8-9 p.m. ---Weekdays
8 a m 1 p m Sundays
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144 West Liberty St. Wooster O. -
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Congratulations Class Of 1963
Lower The Cost Of Dressing Well
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The A. l. Root Co. Sorghum MX
Bee Supplies And Candles Deiiiighifoige 252386
Medina Ohio Spencer Ohio
Compliments Of Congratulations Class of '63
M. Swack Iron and Steel Co. Denny Neptune W- G- Smith
Smiths Barber Shop
West Salem Ohio West Salem Ohio
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West Salem Body 'Shop lyn-Way Drive-Inn
Estimates - Refinishing Fine Foods
Body Work Wash Jobs Cleveland Road
West Salem Ohio Ashland Ohio
Dari-Dolly Rowe-McCracken Electric Co.
East Main Street Residential 'af Commercial el- Industrial
Where Friends Meet For A Snack Or A Meal 705 Cottage Street
Ashland ohio Day Phone 21514 Night Phone P23681
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For All Your Needs
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Magazines Cold Drinks-Coffee
Wellington, Ohio Phone 2146
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Curtis F. Truman Funeral Home
Oberlin ------ 775-0116
The Kipton Elevator Assn.
Grains, Feeds, Seeds, Coal, Hardware
Phone 84 John Deere And New IDEA Farm Equipment
Wellington Ohio Kipton Ohio
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Division of Farmers Gram and
Reep Ford Tractor
Pride Of The Valley Mme, ine. Ford
Pride Of The Valley Wild Bird Food Products
POV Wild Bird Food New Holland
Kleen Kitty Cat Litter
Purr-sun'l Cat Litter
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Dr. Hartmann, M. D.
Phone 30 0
Dr. S. R. Stone
Printing That Pleas es
Art Printing Company
Slaughterers gl Wholesale Dealers
147 East Second Street
Ashland Ohio Ashland Ohio
1 of Hyman s Marathon
Tires - Batteries
Ashland Ohio Ashland Ohio
Welch Radiator Shop
Dilgard Auto Parts, Inc.
Wholesale - Retail
Replacement Parts and Machine Work 523 East Seventh Street
Phone 31564 Phone 42364
Ashland Ohio Ashland Ohio
lorain Travel Bureau CUHWHY - lull
"A Complete Travel Service" Auto Services
. Member of Independent Garage
Telephones' Owners Association
Cleveland: MA. 1-6558 1065 Broadway Ashland Unit
Lorain: CH. 5-6924 Lorain, Ohio Phone 4-6921
535 East Seventh Street
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Yost Service Cenler Glenn E. lamb lumber
Lumber - Building Materials
Meats Live Minnows and Fishing Tackle
Gulf Gas 1X2 Mile West of Bursley Road and 58
Huntington Ohio Wellington Ohio
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119 Herrick Ave. West
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Pmkle s Parlor
Wellington Ohio Flowers for all Occasions
Church Radio 84 TV
General Homes, lnc.
305 Prospect Street
Phone 522-K Prefab-Shell Homes
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
Compliments of Compliments of
Moore s Cleaners Yilhllke Healing
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
Compliments New london Equip. Inc.
John Deere and New Idea
Anderson Drug Store Sm Gram Bins
Your Walgreen Agency
Ohio New London Ohio
Bob's Village Restaurant Reynolds Lumber Company
Lumber - Builders Supplies
Homemade Pies - Fine Foods
Phone 929-0504 Minnesota Paints - Oils
New London Ohio
New London Ohio
New london Shell Sewice Ryan's Apiaries
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Brake SGI'ViC6 0 N
Phone 929-9560 A '
North Main St. New London Spencer, Ohio Phone 2757
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New london Parts Co., Inc. B3g2geHO,gg es lf ax
Machine Shop Service Sewing Machine Sales 81 Service
A. C. Lapp
Phone 929-1521 .
18 N. Main St' ISMDA President
Sewing Machines 304 Broad St.
New London Ohio Repaired Elyria, Ohio
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Gray's Furniture Store
For The Best
In Sports Coverage
We Sell New and Used Read The
Ashland lrmes Gazette
24 West 2nd Street
Ashland Ohio Ashland Ohio
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In Town and Country
108 East 2nd Street
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Gilbert Furniture Company
"North Central Ohio's Largest
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Typewriters - School Supply
145 West Main Street
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Class of "63"
Bear Furmture Company Cards
"Everything For The Horne"
Furniture, Appliances, and Carpeting
Radios, Television, Draperies
525 Broad Street 319 Broadway
Elyria, Ohio Lorain, Ohio
Central Book Store
390 Broad Street
Elyria FA 2-7729
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Paints, Pumps, Electrical, Plumbing ,
Fuhrman s l.G.A. Market
West Salem Ohio West Salem Ohio
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Fuhrman s Ford Sales
D. G. Keener 81 J. A. Wright
Wayne County's Leading House
Of Ford Values
West Buckeye Street
West Salem Ohio West Salem Ohio
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Wholesale and Retail
Phone 3691 Rrpley's Drug Store
Distributor of Racing Equipment
"Complete Machine Shop Service"
Dave Billman, Owner West Salem Ohio
West Salem Ohio
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Hawkins Service Station
Sundaes . .
Phone 4391 Phone 3261
Ohio West Salem Ohio
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HaIIaday's Sohio Station Pvlk Hardware
25th Anniversary - 1963
Myers - Norge - Hoover - Speed Queen
Public Square Lodi, ohio Sales and Service
lodr Auto Parts, Inc. . Of
Auto - Truck - Tractor Keepsake Diamonds
Parts and Supplies Watches - Glassware
Machine Shop Service Expert Watch Sz Clock Repairs
Mildred Timic - Owner
Phone 948-1420 119 Bank St. Lodi Ohio
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Ashland Hardware M Ph 8 2581
Ashland Ohio West Salem Ohio
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Security Federal Savlngs8f loan Shop
Medina Shopping Center Medina Shopping Center
35 :Ffa 2 ,. 4. -.Eggs L
Compliments of Compliments of
Carl's Diner Gravely Ohio Co.
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
Wellington Implement, Inc.
Herrick Avenue East Television Sales and Service
Waite Radio 81 Electric
Parts, Service, Tractors, Implements
89 Prospect st.
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
Hillikefs Music 81 Appliance Compliments of
Elem Appliances Shepherd Chevrolet
Record Players - Records
Wellington Ohio Wellington Ohio
K. H. Best Wishes
R B M ers D.M.D.
Dependable Insurance ' 0 y 9
Fire-Hail Extended Coverage
Life - Health - Accident
Hospitalization 157 Forest Street
Phone Elgin 6-2491
Sullivan Ohio Wellington Ohio
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Brenner Shoe C0- Farm 81 Home Hardware Co.
Established in 1919
Chi1dren's and Teen-age Shoes
Smar1's Musical Instruments
"Fred's" Welding Service
Phone 3127 - West Salem 6 S. Main on the Square
Pipeline, Oilfield Work "A Real Music Store"
West Salem Ohio Mansfield Ohio
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The Sigafoes lumber Company
Lumber - Roofing - Millwork
W. T. Britt
Phone ELgin 6-2313
PH Ashland 2-1624
Ashland Ohio Sullivan Ohio
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Smueker Studios, Inc. Oberlin Hardware
43 N. Mulbury G. E. Appliances
Mansfield, Ohio Proprietor
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Denbow Funeral Home
Harry Denbow -- George Goard
Our Compliments To The Class '63
Sandwich Meat.Availab1e Year Round
Stuffed -- Roasted -- Parts
At Thanksgiving And Christmas
RD 5 Wooster
Phone An -- 27117
Harry's Mobile Service
Lubricating - Tires - Truck Sz Passenger
Harry Leonardi, Jr.
130 Herrick Ave., E.
A. J. Weber 81 Company
Heating - Plumbing - Sheet Metal
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