Cuyahoga Falls High School - Cuyahogan Yearbook (Cuyahoga Falls, OH)
- Class of 1957
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Faculty - Administration
We, the class of 1957, as Seniors about to leave Falls High
wish to express our deep gratitude to Mrs. Genevieve B- Wilhelm.
Looking 'back upon our four years with you. we value your loyalty
to us, your great patience, your enthusiasm for our progress, and
your guidance in a number of school activities.
As head of the art department you have inspired and encour-
aged many of our classmates to increase their artistic abilities and
create some lovely work. To some this has been the beginning of a
career in the field of art. You evidently never wearied of assisting
us in problems of party decoration, poster making and scenery
'For your active work as sponsor of the very essential Booster
Club we are particularly grateful. Much of the success of this club
is due to your skill in enlisting our energetic support. Every project
is undertaken with zest and ingenuity. We are not likely to forget
the stunning effects you helped us to achieve at the Homecoming
Therefore, because we feel that you have contributed so much
to our enjoyment of high school, we dedicate this, our yearbook,
to you, Mrs. Wilhelm.
Board of Education
Standing, Left to Right: Mr. Sopllrin, Mr. Cooper. Seated: Nlr. Reid. Mr. Nicol. Mrs. Skeels.
The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education deserves a great deal of credit for its
dedicated efforts to solve the problems of our entire school system,
The five members. who make up the Board. are elected for a term of two years.
They meet twice a month to discuss and solve the difficulties of Finances. Personnel,
Building and Grounds. and Health and Safety. These issues form the basic committees
which investigate and report to the Board any problem which may arise. The Board
then acts as a committee of the whole in rendering its discussions to these particular
We, the members of the graduating classes of 1957. are indeed grateful to these
unselfish citizens who work so earnestly to improve our school system.
Mr. Alex Walker was the motivating power
behind the Board for almost four years. Under his
able leadership the Board not only functioned well
but progressed steadily.
We, who are about to graduate. wish to express
our appreciation for the fine work that he has done.
lVlr. John Steinhauer
Assistant Superintendent Steinhauer re-
cieved his BS. from Miami University and
his lVl.A. from Ohio State.
Mr. Steinhauer is the one in charge of
all properties of the schools from books to
paper clips. He has charge of all non-teach-
ing employees and is the man in charge of
such things as heal and light. You might
rememher seeing him' in one ol your class-
rooms with a light meter or checking the
temperature. He also is responsible for all
buildings and additions to he huilt: with
this is included the advertising for hids and
the specifications lor the building.
lVl1 Ward Qecrist
Dr. Ruth Clayton
Dr. Ruth ll. Clayton. Co-ordinator of
Pupil Personnel. is supervisor of all special
serxices in the Cuyahoga lfalls School Sys-
teni. including an overall testing program.
school psychologists. nurses and health
programs, spcech therapists. attendance.
visiting teacher. guidance in lvoth thc jun-
ior high and the high school. all special edu-
cation including slow. gifted. and physical-
ly handicapped and a research program.
1 qltlll C lltlllldltil' of Curriculum.
rcciexcd his HS. from Kent State lvniver-
sity and his lVl. li. from l'ittsl+urgh l'ni-
As co-ordinator ol curriculum. he is the
man responsilmlc lor the courses of study
in the schools. This means not only new
texthooks hut what parts should hc skipped
and what additional parts taken. lle must
also see that there is vertical and horizon-
tal uniforniity. 'l'hat is. sce that thc work
hecome progressixcly harder and all pupils
in the same grade at different schools learn
the same things.
Our Superintendent . . .
Mr. Bode is the highest official of the entire Cuyahoga Falls School system,
being in charge of all administrative personnel and teachers. He not only has the
responsibility for all administration, for interviewing and hiring teachers, but for the
education of all children of school age in Cuyahoga Falls. Even if a child is privately
tutored, or goes to a private school, or goes to a school for the handicapped. he has
the responsibility of seeing that these children are receiving a good education.
With all his other duties Mr. Bode has been instrumental in bringing about
many innovations. Among these are a new grading system. junior high schools, and
Mr. Bode is something of a jack-of-all trades, an excellent farmer, a good car-
penter, and a fair plumber.
Superintendent F- H. Bode
received his HA. from Hei-
delburg College and his lVl.A.
from Columbia University.
Our Principal . . .
Mr., Cordon M. DeWitt, our principal. received his BS. Degree from Kent
State University and his lVI.A. Degree at Ohio State University. The teachers at
Cuyahoga Falls High School in November. 1954. presented him with a life mem-
bership to the National Education Association and earlier. in 1049. the boys at
Falls High presented him with a life membership to the Hi-Y. This year he will
complete his twenty-third year as principal at our school.
Mr. Dewitt enjoys traveling and amateur photography and has a collection of
some 1500 colored slides taken while on his trips. Outside of school he is a mem-
ber of the Kiwanis club and an active member of the First Methodist Church.
where be teaches Sunday School.
Through our four years here at Falls High Mr. Devlfitt has been very highly
respected for the help and guidance he has given us. both with our studies and
social affairs. In future years when our thoughts drift back to the alma mater.
Mr. DeWitt will always be first among our memories.
Deans . . .
Dean of Gids
Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis has served as Dean of
Girls and Assistant Principal of Cuyahoga Falls
High School since 1940. Her duties include var-
ious phases of guidance for girls and the care of
the girls' attendance records. She is chairman of
the Freshman Advisory Committee and advisor for
the Cuyahoga Falls Student Council. ln addition
she teaches two classes of psychology. Her quiet
efficiency and calm demeanor will long be re-
membered by those of us who have felt her in
fluence in our lives.
Dean of Boys
Mr. Howard U. Saurer received his B.S.
Degree from the College of Wooster and did
graduate work at Akron University. He serves
as a sponsor for the tenth grade, as advisor for
the Hi-Y, and as Faculty advisor for the Cuya-
hogan business staff. Outside of his busy school
schedule, he enjoys gardening and playing golf,
and is a member of the Falls Rotary Club. The
students of Falls High will remember him not only
as a teacher and dean, but also as a friendly
advisor to all who seek his counsel.
Elizabeth Ellis, B.S., M.A
Howard Sau rer, BS.
Sallie M. Sears
We hear her 1f01'1'e so vlenrly.
Hur Il'l.SllUlVL we can feel.
Har guirlnnce, lmlfl so rlenrly
Our own gijls Joes l'c'1'eal.
ls fha! her step Il,'8,I'E' lzvuring
Uur cnvrgy irzcreasesf
Hur f1'0.9l1m'ss, so afnzlearillg,
Our hiflrlen thought releases.
They fry I0 say she's gone a
That we CllII.l hear that voice
But insp1'ratio11's here to st
Miss Sears is still our ch0ir'e.'
MR. GORDON ACKERMAN,
Bowling Green State Univer-
lllefhaniral Drawing, Assist-
ant Football Coach, Fresh-
man Basketball Coach.
MR. JOSEPH C. BRODE,
Kent State University.
Instrumental Musir, Dance
Band: Junior High Bands.
Bowling. Fishing. Golf.
MRS. MARJORIE P.
B.S. in Ed.
Kent State University.
Plzysiral Erluration, Girls, In-
MRS. MARY H. CARTER,
B.S. in Ed.
Ohio State University. Kent
English anll Librarian, RW.
Club, Senior Class.
Reading, Gardening and Tra-
MRS. DOROTHY G. CROPP
B.S. in Ed.
Kent State University.
10th Grade English, Gocley.
Music. Reading, Dancing.
MR. JACK DREWS
B.A., M.A. in Ed.
Algebra, Key Club, 9th Grarle
Sports, Baseball and Bowling.
MISS HELEN E. ERF
B.S. in Ed,
Kent State University.
Geometry, Trigonometry, Sen-
ior Y-Teen, Senior Class, 10th
University of Akron, Colum-
bia University. University of
Wisccunsin. Northwestern Uni-
E n g l i s h, Journalism, Tiger
Tales, Senior Class.
MISS EVELYN F.
B.S. in Ed.
Kent State University.
Shorthand l, Typewriting I,
African Viotets. Hurnmels.
MRS.. EVALEE HART
B.S. in Ed.
Bowling Green State Univer-
Senior English, Senior Spon-
MR. CHARLES S.
B.S. in Ed.
West Virginia University.
Woodwork, Freshman Class.
MR. CALVIN W. HEINTZ,
Heidelberg College, Univer-
sity of Akron, Kent State
Speech, National Forensic
League, Radio Program Pro-
MR. CLARENCE R.
Ohio Wesleyan, Kent State
MR. CLARENCE A.
B.S. in Ed., M.S.
Kent State University, Ohio
Mechanics and Carpentry.
MISS MARGARET E.
A.B., M. of Ed.
Marietta College, University
of Pittsburgh, Kent State Uni-
versity, Ohio University.
Bookkeeping, Typing, and
English, Junior Sponsor.
MR. CHARLES S.
University of Toronto, Kent
Latin, Greek, lfnglislz. Na-
tional Honor Society.
MR. IIENTLEY HURIJ.
lib. in Ecl.. M.A.
Case Institute of Technology.
Stanford University, Kent
Cllf'lIllSfl'-Y and Scivrive, Spon-
sor Sophomore Class.
Reading. Science. Stamps,
MRS. VIRCIE IRWIN,
Ohio University. Ohio State
MR. OTTO JACOBY.
Youngstown University, West-
ern Reserve University.
Instrumental M u s i c, Falls
High Orrhestra, Bolicb and
MR. A. DONALD JAMES,
Kent State University.
11th Grade Health, Assistant
Sponsor of Booster Club,
Sponsor of Radio Club.
MR. LAWRENCE R. LILES,
Kent State University, Uni-
versity of New Mexico, North-
Spanish, Junior Class, Foren-
Music and Reading.
MISS .IOSEPHINE M.
Syracuse University, Cincin-
nati University, Cincinnati
Conservatory of Music, Akron
High School Vocal Music, and
Vocal Supervision in Grades
and ,lunior High, Senior Class
Concerts, Stage Plays and
MR. C. D. MC CLANAHAN,
A.B., B.S., M.A.
Bookkeeping, Business Law,
Junior Class Sponsor.
Travel. Fishing. Photography.
MR. RAYMOND B.
Kent State University.
Ilth Grade Alegehra, Ilth
MR. DAVID H. MAKINSON,
B.S. in Ed. and Bus. Ad.
Kent State University.
Sociology, Salesmanship, Sen-
MR. JOHN F. MOORE.
University of Virginia, Uni-
versity of Michigan, Akron
University, Kent State Uni-
Clzemistry, 11th Grade.
Photography, Nature, Garden-
MR. WADE MOYER,
Metal Shop, Rifle, Pistol.
Archery, Hunting, Fishing.
MR. PAUL A. NAU,
-B.S. in Ed.
University of Florida, Kent
English, German, German
Club, Yearbook, Freshman
Bliss College, Pittsburgh Uni-
MISS MARY O. PATTON,
B.A.. M. in Ed.. B.S. in L.S.
Hiram, Columbia University,
University of Pittsburgh.
Librarian, B.W. Club, Senior
Advisor, Scholarships, College
MR. ARTHUR PEEBLES,
B.S. in Ed., M.A.
Kent State University, Ohio
State University, Duke Uni-
versity, Westem Reserve Uni-
versity, Purdue University,
Lewis Sz Clark University.
Geography, Economics, .lun-
ior Class, H.A., Preston Club.
MRS. HARRIET B.
Akron University, Columbia
Latin, English, Latin Club,
MISS LUCILE W. PRICE
B.S. in Ed., M. in Ed.
Kent State University.
MRS. MARIAN RAUSCH,
French, Frencb Club, .lunior
Reading, Travel, Handwork.
MR. R. 0. REYNOLDS,
Kent State University, West-
ern Reserve University.
lnstrumenttzl Music, High-
school Band, Cheerleaders,
MRS. MARY ELLEN
American History, World His-
tory, Four - Square, S e n i o r
MR. GILBERT ROBERTS,
B.S. in Ed.
Kent State University, Uni-
versity of London.
American History, Govern-
ment, Senior Cllass Sponsor.
Photography, Historical Re-
MRS. LOIS G. ROOK.
B.S. in Ed.
Kent State University.
Home Economics, 9th Grade
Reading, Sewing, Dancing.
New Jersey College for Worn-
English, Student Council, 9th
Reading, Dancing, Interior
MR. EUGENE L. SHANK.
B.S. in Ed., M.A.
Kent State University.
American History, Ohio His-
tory. Visual Education Pro-
MR. ROBERT SHAW,
B.S. in Ed.
Ohio State University, Otter-
Physical Education, Driver
Education, Football, Track
MR. CARL D. SPESSARD,
B.S. in Ed.
Driver Education, Coaching.
Swim Team, Baseball.
MR. BURTON K.
B.S. in Ed.
Kent State University.
Mathematics, C o m m e r c i al
B.S. in Ed. M.A.
Miami University, Kent State
Clothing, Home Living, Eng-
lish, 10th Grade.
Dogs, Needlework, Reading.
MR. JOHN WATSON,
Kent State University.
World History, Physical Ed-
ucation, Basketball, Tennis
Coach, Intramural, Junior Op-
Reading, Athletics, T.V.
MR. LAWRENCE D.
Southern Illinois University,
University of Illinois, Akron
MR PAUL L. CARY,
B.S. in Ed.
Driver Education, Assistant
Biology, 10th Grade
MR. L. A. WHEATLEY
Washington Jefferson College
MRS. ORA ZIMMERMAN
Kent State University
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Ida Mae Blankenship
To make friends of all whom I meet and make a
success of my chosen career.
German Club I, 2. 3: Student Council 2: National
Honor Society 3. 4: Yearbook Staff 4.ll3usiness Man-
agerlglhsketlmall l, 2. 3. 4: llaseball 3. 4: Junior Prom
Court 3: Senior Prom Court 4: llasketball Homecoming
Court 4: Executive Committee 3: Senior Class Presi-
dent 4: Sports. reading, fooling around with my friends.
having a good time: Crant.
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To get my MRS. degree with summa cum laude
Student Council 2: HW. Club I. 2. 3, 4. Vice-President
2, 3. President 4: Y-Teens I3 Booster 2: ,lunior Exe-
cutive Committee: Class Vice-President 4: National
Honor Society 3, 41 Corley Club 3, 4. Vice-President 4:
H.A. Preston 4: .Iunior Prom Court: Yearbook Staff
4: Meeting people. writing letters, and the R.A.C.'s.
LICHT. NANCY ANNE
To be a commercial artist and own a big ranch.
Booster 3, Class Secretary: Senior Prom Queen:
Bowling Team 3 lYATeensl: Tiger Ilen Committee:
Art. horses: Crawford.
To he wise. wealthy, and famous in whatever I do.
Football l. 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2: Wrestling 3, 4:
Track I. 2. 3. 4: Class Executive Committee: Student
Council 3, 4: .Iunior Prom King: 3: Senior Prom Crown-
er: Class Treasurer: Being with a gang and sports:
To own my own business
and Wimbledon hy "61."
Key Club 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team
1. 2. 3, 4: District Champ 4.
Driving. collecting stamps, play-
ing tennis. answering what.
To be successful and happy
in whatever I do.
Senior Girls' Clee Club 2. 3
Talking. church activities, art
and all sports. Crouse, Akron
Hi-Y Secretary 3. 43 Foothall I:
Junior Foreign Affairs I 3
Booster Cluh 3. 4g DeMolay 1.
2, 3. 4. Travel and Sports. Sil-
Junior Girls' Clee Club I, 2g
Popular music. Lincoln School
To become a successful
Boys' Clee Clulx Ig A Cappella
Choir 3, 4g French Club 3. 4:
Rifle Club 4. The "Y". basket-
ball. running around with boys.
To be a mechanic and have
a successful and happy
home. Mechanics tautoJ.
Natural Science. College, Babe.
Track 1, 25 Football I, 2, 3:
Swimming 1, 2, 3. 4. Babe.
friends, autoheasts. Crawford.
To become an elementary
teacher then someday raise
Codey 3: Y-Teen Bowling 2, 3.
4-g Tiger Tales Salesman 4.
Swimming and howling. rodding
around with thc girls, dating
R. I". Grant.
To lie a beauty operator
and get my M.R.S. degree.
Roller skating. painting. reading
and hoys. Albion Grammar. Al-
hion. New York.
To get a good job. and trav-
el the US.. then find a good
man and live a happy life.
Collecting Perry Como records.
babysitting. and eating steak and
raising cats. Broad.
To be the best grease
monkey or the best farmer.
Pistol Team 2, 3g Rifle Team
2, 39 Hunting and fishing and
working on carsg Broad.
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4-5 Swim-
ming and Horseback riding,
To be a successful Forester
Football 3 4 Wrestling 4 Hi
Y 2 3 4 Hunting Fis ln
Mechanics and Sports Dora
Getting an MRS and be
coming a fish
National Forenslc L e a g u e
COLE, J ANICE
Make my parents proud of
Glee Club 15 B. W. Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 33 Tiger Tales
Salesman 19 Tiger Den Board
33 Y-Teen Bowling, Movies,
bowling, having fun with the
girls, and dating H. F., Broad.
To be a bachelor till I am
Junior Optimist 1, 24 Projection
2, 3, 4-g Football 3g Glee Club
3, 4g Football and bowling.
Judy Pughg Sill.
To do all I can while I can
Pistol Club 3 Guns of all kinds
Attending Cincinnati U to
study Chemical Engmeermg
Maps and golf Broad
To marry .lim make him
happy and have a wonderful
family and a nice home
Bowling movies sports talklng
and eating Lincoln
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German Club 15 Honor Society
3, 43 Student Council 43 Year-
book Staff 43 Sports' Editor 4g
Jr. Optimist Club 3g Sr. Prom
Court 45 Basketball and sports
in general. Grant.
Pilot or electrician.
Cadet Band 1, 23 P.A.S. and
working on my car. Broad.
GOODMAN, MARK S.
Football 1, 2: Basketball 1g
Student Council 1, 2, 33 Latin
Club 1. 23 A Cappella Choir 3.
4g Yearbook Staff 45 Honor
Society 4. Polo, squash. cricket.
To be a machinest.
Taking pictures. Lincoln.
Go to college and be a good
coach lnlittle inskinl.
Boys Chorus 15 Football 2, 3.
4. Asst. Coach 43 Track 2. 43
Sports and rodcling around with
a bunch of underclassmen.
F EUCHT, JOHN
Fishing and hunting. Crawford.
To make the grade.
Football 1. 23 Andie, jazz.
clothes, J.A.T.P. over the hill
To succeed in whatever I do.
Bowling Club 1g Glee Club 1:
Y-Teen 1, 2g Tiger Den Board
1. Singing and staying away
from drags. Glover.
To become a success as earlv
Football 1, 2, 4. Model air-
To be successful in what-
ever I do.
Building and Grounds 2, 3:
National Honor Society 4,
Yearbook Staff 45 Classes Edi-
torg Class Executive Committee:
Cars, swimming, D e M o l a y.
To be happy and successfulg
get my MRS. degree.
Booster 4g Being with the gangg
listening to pop musicg dancing:
eating pizzag and enjoying lifeg
To become an interior dec-
orator and talk to a certain
6ft. blond about my MRS.
Y-Teen lg Class Executive Com-
mittee 3g Student Council 3, 43
Secretary 4g A Capella Choir
3, 4: All Girl Choir 33 Girls'
Glee Club I. 2g Junior Prom
Queeng Making my own clothes,
LLEWELLYN II, CHARLES
Marry Y. B. and he a very
Football Manager lg Camera
Club Ig Glee Club l, 2g Booster
Club 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3.
4g Vonnie and big automobiles:
To serve Cod and my fellow
man to the best of my abili-
Latin Club 23 Band l, 2, 3, 45
Librarian 3, 4, Orchestra l, 3,
4, Swing Band 2. 3, 43 National
Honor Society 3, 43 Booster
lhonoraryl 1, 2, 3, 4-g Music,
"Hi-Fi," Walt Disneyg Grant.
To be successful in every
good thing I attempt to do.
German Club lg Y-Teen Bowl-
ing 2, 3g Gocley Club 3, 45
Booster Club I, 2, 3, 4-g Bowling,
LEFFLER, MARY ANN
To become an accountant
and take care of Elvis Pres-
Girls' ,lunior Choir 2, Girls'
Senior Choir 33 Booster Club
2, 4, Swimmingg driving "55"
Mercury Convertibles: Friday
nights out at Garners with the
C.W.P.'sg writing letters, lis-
tening to Sal talk about her Ma-
rine careerg Jenning Junior
To he successful in the field
Glee Club lg Football l, 2:
Swimming 2. 3. 4: A Cappella
Choir 3. 43 Swimming: foot-
ballg math, sportsg Crawford.
To make others happier and
always be looking upward.
Tiger Den Board 1, 2, 3g Y.F.C.
I. 2: dating someone special,
skating, records, being out with
the gang, getting Judy and Phil
to be on timeg Lincoln.
MARTZ. F. WILLIAM
To be a success. Camera Club
lg Water skiing, boatingg Grant.
MILLS, EDWARD BARKER
To do God's will in what-
ever I do.
Camera Club lg Crawford.
NOALL, THOMAS C.
To have my own nursery.
Keeping teachers happyg Grant.
Social and Personality de-
velopment workg Hoping
someday to belong to a
Collecting odd whatnots such as
salt and pepper sets or figurines:
To be a success.
Camera Club: Prom Committee:
German Club 2, 3: National
Honor Societyg Grant.
To be an architectual engi-
neer and to keep up with
Wrestling 1, 2. 3, 4g good music:
To become a machinist.
Rifle and Pistol Club 2. 33 Sail
To be an accountant for the
Junior Optimist 2g German
Club 3g To keep my hot Ford
To become a dental assisant
and to be a success at what-
ever l attempt.
Booster Club I, 2g Y-Teen 1, 2:
Senior Prom Court 4-g Foot-
ball Homecoming Court 4'g
T e n n i s, swimming. bowling:
To be an electrical engineer.
Camera Club Ig Optimist Club
1, 2g Science Club 1, 23 Sports.
amateur radio, photography 3
To go on to college or be a
Y-Teen 2. 33 Booster 31 Godey
3: Sports. dancing. being with
the gang: Broad.
To go to lumber school or
Pistol Club 3g Working on Cars,
Hunting and boating, Sill.
To have a happy and suc-
Junior Y-Teen, Senior Y-Teeng
Booster 3, 45 Court for Junior
Prom Queen, Swimming, howl-
ing, being with the gang, and
Forestry and conservation.
Camera Club 15 Booster Club 1,
2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 45 Key Club 3,
43 Tiger Den Executive Board
1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming, bowling,
Church, Horse Pictures, Grant.
To work in an office and to
get my Mrs. degree.
Glee Club 1, 2g All Girl Choir
35 Swimming, dancing and the
Wife, wealth and wisdom.
Painting drawing and design:
Become an automobile body
Football Ig Customizing Auto-
To have the fastest car in
Football 2, Track 4-9 Cars and
WILKINSON, JERRY LEE
To pay my car off and get
a new one.
Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2. 3g
Football 1, 2, 3, 4-g Student-
Council lg Senior Prom Kingg
Cars, Weldingg Sill.
Womanllvod Award: Sue Drake
Upper Ten Perrent. Sitting. Left to Right. Warren
Phillips. Sue Drake, Gene Hoover, Nick Long. Stand-
ing, Left to Right: Herb Knopp. Mark Goodman,
Lvarlcrxlzip Awards: Linda Leonard and Bill Helming
Mmrlzood Award: Nick Lon
To make a successful career of whatever I attempt.
Student Council l, 2, 3. 4. Vice-President, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer, A Cappella Choir 3,
4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, Football l, German Club l,
2, Melody Men, Class President 4, Model boats, model
railroading, Sill School.
To make my better, best.
Student Council 1, 2. 3, 4. Recording Secretary 3,
Latin Club 1, Girls' Junior Glee Club 1, Freshman
Cheerleader l, Booster l. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l. 2, 3. 4,
N.F.I.. l, 2. 3, 4, Honor Society 3. 4, Junior Prom
Court French Club 3, 4, Four Square 3, 4, Junior
Class Executive Committee 3, 4, Tiger Den Board 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3. Var-
sity Cheerleader 4, Tiger Tales Staff 4, Yearbook Staff
4, Office Assistant 2, 3, Aqua Debs 4: Senior Class
Vice-President 4, Writing letters, sewing, swimming.
watching sports, having a good time: Richardson.
Get a Ph.lJ. in college and then work as a
'Lbouncerv at Cyrill's.
Track l. 2, 3, 4, Torch Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball l, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, All sorts of sports:
Clover Park High School, Tacoma Washington.
WILSON, MARY LOU
To be successful, happy and always have friends:
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Girls' Glee Club 3,
German Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Booster
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Four-Square 4: Student Council 4,
Office Assistant 3, 4, Class Secretary 4: M.G.'s,
slumber parties, eating, collecting records, talking
on the phone and being an active lllfllllllel' of the Boy
"Make new friends but keep
the old," to be a friend and
Junior Girls' Glee Club, lg All
Girl Choir, 2g Senior Girls' Glee
Club 3, Junior Y-Teens, 1, 2g
Senior Y-Teens, 3, 43 Godey 3,
4, Future Nurses' of America 3,
43 Piano, records, reading. real
fung Margaret Park.
Rifle Club, Flying, Naval Air
"To build a better mouse
Camera Club 1, 2, Secretary 1.
Vice-President 2g N.F.L. 1,
Tiger Den Board lg Thespian
1. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2,
President 3: Junior Optimist 2.
3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, Presi-
dent 3g Hi-Y 2. 3. 4, Treasurer
2, Vice-President 3. President 3,
Youth and Government 3, Buck-
eye Boys' State 35 Key Club 4,
Booster 4, Cuyahogan Staff 4,
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, A Cap-
pella Choir 3, 43 Basketball lg
Wrestling 2g DeMolay, photo-
graphy. music, tennis, camping.
canoeing. swimming lfully
To sell used Cadillacs on
Student Council 1- Grand Hav-
en .lunior Optimist 3, 4, Vice-
President 4, DeMolay 3, 4:
Sports, carsg Grand Haven.
To improve through the
years and gain from experi-
Junior Girls' Glee Club lg All
Girl Choir 2, Latin Club 2g Y-
Teens 2. 3, 4. Chaplain 2, Boos-
ter Club 3g Four Square 3, 4:
H. A. Preston Club 3, 4,
President 4, A Cappella Choir,
3, 43 National Honor Society
3, 4, Cuyahogan Staff 43 Music.
reading, football gamesg Broad.
Be a Cosmetologist.
A Cappella Choir. 3, 4g Singing.
playing piano, Sill School.
To have friends, keep the
old and add the new. To be
a successful nurse.
Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Godey 3, 4g
Vice-President 3, F.N.A. 3, 4:
Vice-President 4, President 49
Glee Club 1, All Girl Choir 2,
3, A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Clubs.
piano, paintings, Mt. Vernon:
To make good and be happy
Football l. 2, 4g,,lunior Optimist
3. 4, Sportsg Randolph High
School. Randolph. Ohio.
To be a successful business-
Basketball lg French Club:
Indians. Y.M.C.A.. ice skatingg
To get a good college edu-
.lunior Girls' Glee Club
1, N.F.L. 2: Thespian 2g Y-
Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Booster 1, 2, 3,
43 Aqua Debs 43 Having fun
with the 5'Squirts" traveling:
To be a draftsman.
Boys' Glee Club 1, 25 Choir 3,
4g Wrestling Team 2g Cars and
good looking women. Grant.
To be the general of the WACS.
Football 13 Junior Varsity Foot-
ball, Sports, Fishing, and Hunt-
ing, Girls. Lincoln.
To build a car that will ex-
ceed 200 mph. in the quarter
Wrestling 2, 3g Hi-Y 3, 4g Rifle
Club 1, 2g DeMolay 3, 4. Work-
ing on my car and making new
friends lGirls!J. Harron High.
To make and keep friends.
Boys' Glee Clubg A Cappella
Choir, Airplanes and model air-
To be a mechanic or an engineer.
Gell Club. Building up hot rods.
To help Mr. Wheatly teach
physics to the girls.
French Club 3, 4g Boys' Glee
Club 1, 2. De Molay, reading,
and riots. Grant.
To stop making lists. To be
able to make decisions
which are right.
Junior Y-Teen 1, 2g Senior Y-
Teen 3, 4g Freshman Cheerleader
lg Four Square 3, 4-g Sergeant of
Arms 4-g Latin Club 2, 33 Boost-
er-Club 1, 2, 3, 44 Junior Girls'
Glee Club 13 All Girl Choir 23
Office Assistant 3g Aqua Debs
4. Pizza and slumber parties,
rodding with the M.G.'s, horse-
backriding, swimming, laughing
a lot with girls. Broad.
To combine a sectioned H400
Ford coupe, and an injected
Junior Foreign Affairs lg Wrest-
ling 15 Tiger Den 1, 25 Cars and
To become a good Doctor.
Band 1, 2g Dance Band 19 Foot-
ball 3g Swim Team 4. Hunting,
training hunting dogs, sax. and
Helping Nancy keep the Chevy
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To become a nurse and then
an airline stewardess.
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2g F.N.A. 3,
45 Booster Club 4g Aqua Debs
45 Junior and Senior Glee Club
1, 34 All Girl Choir 23 Senior
Y-Teen 3, 4, Swimming, horse-
back riding, volunteer nursing
work at Green Cross, parties and
running around with the "Gang",
To let God have supreme
control of my life. He must
increase, I must decrease.
Y.F.C. 1, 23 Reporter 3, Secre-
tary 4, Nurses' Office 3, 4,
Music, reading, sports, cooking,
and sewing. Grant and Howe in
Mt. Lebonon, Pa.
To go places.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Sill.
To do the best of my ability.
I".N.A. 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43
Booster 3, 4, Aqua Debs 4g
Rodding around with the gang
in Glenny's red bomb, eating
To accomplish my three
main goals of life and to
make a certain someone
.Iunior Girls, Glee Club 1, 2,
Senior Girls' Glee Club 3, 45
Junior Y-Teen 1, 23 Senior Y-
Teen 3, 4: Taking pictures, hav-
ing lots of fun. and roddin in
the "Merry Olds" lF.E.l Sill.
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To make piles of money.
Hi-Y 25 German Club 2, 3g Y.F.
C. 2, 3, Talking to people and
keeping out of trouble, cars,
women. Grant - Richardson.
BRADFORD, .IUDITH DALE
To become the executive sec-
retary at Nan's Poodle Shop.
Booster 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Y-Teen
1, 23 Senior Y-Teen 3, 45 Aqua
Debs 43 Yearbook Staff 4g Foot-
ball games, planning hayrides
and picnics that we never have,
goofing off, and rodding around
with the Langs in Marcia's bomb.
Swimming, eating, sleeping, and
Beverly-To become mani-
curist of Nan's Poodle Shop.
Aqua Debs 43 Booster 1, 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Y-Teen.
Running around with the gang
CLangsJ. Rodding around in
Marcia's bomb. Planning hay-
rides and picnics that we never
have. Swimming, eating, and
BRITTAIN, DONNA JEAN
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, German 23
dancing, driving, sports, R.A.
To be a private secretary
and sit on the boss' lap, pro-
viding he's young and hand-
some and has a sock ,full of
money hidden somewhere.
Office assistant 3, Collecting re-
cords and eating Leoni's Pizza.
Albion, New York.
BURGESS, THOMAS E.
To be man's friend land
Glee Club 2g Rifle Club 13 A
Cappella Choir 3, 43 Cars, cards,
and getting in trouble. Rich-
ardson and Broad.
To always have more friends
1 than enemies.
1 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4g Booster 2, 3.
.1 4g Junior Girls, Glee Club 23
l Senior Girls' Glee Club 3: Tiger
Den Board 2g Majorette 3, 43
Majorette Representative 3, 4g
Godey Club 3, 4g Treasurer 43
1 Aqua Debs 44 Having fun with
the Squirts. Tuffy, music, and
slumber partiesg Ernie Pyle.
,. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
l. CALCO. CELIA
l To be able to make up my
di mind what I want my am-
bition to be.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Y-
E Teen 4, Booster 4g Bowling,
,Q swimming, music, hot fudge
f sundaes, and trying to keep out
of troubleg Sill.
ll To be a private secretary.
l Y-Teen 1, 2. 33 Booster 3g Eat-
! ing pizza and rodding around in
Margie's Fordg Crawford.
To complete college success-
fully and to own a pink Cad.
Jr. Y-Teensg Booster 1, 2, 3, 4g
Senior Y-Teen 4. Bowling, con-
vincing my father I should have
the car, trying to save money.
To fulfill the requirements
of my nickname.
Football I, 23 Track I, 23 Cars,
women, Getswags. Broad.
To make as many friends as
possible, and to get rid of
my nick name "Grunt the
Boys' Glee Club lg German Club
2g Girls, parties. and going out
with 'the boysg Richardson.
CAREY, BRUCE ALAN
To be a success in life, and
to pound a mean beat on the
Falls High Band I, 2, 3, Squad
Leader 3g Swing Band 1, 2, 33
Dance Band I, 2, 33 Swim Team
3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Treasur-
er 4g Boys' Glee Club lg Boys'
Octet I, 43 A Cappella Choir 4-g
Junior Class Play 3g Senior Class
Play 4g Orchestra 3g Swimming.
music, water skiingg Broad.
To be happy.
Y-Teen I. 2, 35 Booster 35 Glee
Club lg Senior Girls' Glee Club
3g All Girl Choir 23 Swimming,
Nick. sports, driving, N.E.A.T.I.
To be successful after going
to college. Also to meet
"Fick" and "Font" at Rat.
Key Club 33 Swim Team 3, 43
Tiger Tales Sub. Salesman 2.
Swimming. hunting. f i s h i n gg
CHAMBERS, JUDY KARRON
To be successful in all I do.
Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Booster 1, 2,
3, 4-Square 2, 3, Year Book
Staff 4, Godey 4, Aqua-Debs 4,
Slumber parties, having fun with
the "SQUIRTS," and Going
S t e a d y 3 Childersburg High
To be sucessful in everything
High School Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4,
Y-Teen 1, Sewing, swimming,
To see Mr. Liles single again.
to be an engineer.
High-Y 2, Football 1, Glee Club
1, Cars, Hi-Fi, eating, going out
with the boys, Broad-Richardson.
To marry and raise 4 boys
Junior Class Officer, Publicity
Chairman, Junior Prom, Wash-
ing my '56 Chev until she shines,
To be an Accountant.
Boys' Glee Club l. 2, Key Club
3, 4, Stamps, and keeping the
"Gray Bomb" in top condition,
To successfully fulfill my goals.
Girls' Junior Glee Club lg Juni-
or Y-Teen l, 2, Senior Y-Teen
3, 4, German Club I, 2, Booster
Club 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses of
America 3. 4, National Honor
Society 4, Vice-President 4, Four
Square 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Aqua-
Debs 4, Office Ass't. 4, Cuya-
hogan Staff 4, Talking, sports.
parties, having fun, Rainbow,
To someday be the "Dyer"
in Nan's Poodle shop.
Junior Y-Teen 2, 3, Godey 3,
Aqua-Debs 4, Booster Club 3,
Redding around in the yellow
bomb and going to parties,
To put out Hobby's grass
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, Track 1,
2, 3. 4, A Cappela Choir 3, 4-,I
Bachelors Club 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent, G.E.T.S.W.A.G. 3, 4,
Girls, pool, and G.E.T.S.W.A.G.,
To be a success as a busi-
Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Optimists 3,
4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
2, Junior Foreign Affairs Coun-
cil 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Swing Band
1, 2, 3, Trombone Quartet 2, 3,
Manager Freshman Basketball 1,
Stamps, Fords, girls, sports,
bowling, Demolay, rodding a-
round with the gang, flying all
over the place tin a plane of
of coursel and living it up,
Go to college. get rich and.
buy a sports car.
Fooling around with my car,
CRAN DALL, ROBERT
To be an Engineer,
Glee Club 1, Football 1, Golf,
Bowling, DeMolay. and sports,
To be ever closer to God and
to remember that "Fiery
trials make Golden Chris-
Youth For Christ 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 1, Treasurer 2, Football
Program Staff 3, 4, R.J.W.,
skating, swimming, babysitting
g'Paul", Driving a certain Black
Ford, Y.F.C. and all the kids,
CROUSE, KAY ANN
To get my M.R.S. Degree
and to raise six healthy
Y-Teens 1, 2, Future Nurses of
America 1, 2, Tiger Tales 4,
Doug and Teddy, getting into
embarrassing situations, St.
To buy my Dad a large boat
and a sports car,
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Execu-
tive Committee 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 2,
Football Homecoming Court 4,
Basketball Homecoming Court 4,
Collecting hot records. ice-
cream, sports, Grant.
DE HART, JAMES
Be successful in everything I do,
Junior Foreign Affairs Council
1, Cafeteria 1, 2, Boys' Glee Club
1, 2, Latin Club 2, Projection
Staff 3, Junior Class Play 3,
Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Optimist Club
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, N.F.L. 3,
4, A Cappela Choir 3, 4, Cuya-
hogan Staff 4, Business Manager
4, Church, music, having a good
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To help serve others in any
way I can,
Booster Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1,
2, Junior Girls' Glee Club 1, 2,
Being with J.J., Swimming, hav-
ing .Judy help me with parking
the car, going places with the
To apply the knowledge I've
German Club 1, Twilighters
Dance Band 2, 3. 4, School
Dance Band 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4:
Clarinet Quartet 3, 4, Woodwind
Quintet 4, Orchestra 4, Swing
Band 3, 4, Music, Toppon Jun-
To be a Mechanical or
At Central High School, Boys'
Glee Club 1, Junior A Cap-
pela Choir 2, at FallsNJun-
ior Optimist 3, 4, Committee
Chairman 3, 4, Hi-Y 3. 4, Treas-
urer 4, Cars. motors, girls, and
the Boys, Annunciation
Co to College and get a
degree-Have a good job
Football 1, Track 2, Hi-Y 4,
Music, sports, Naval Reserve,
wine, women and song, St.
DE LONG, ROBERT
To be an Electrical engineer,
also a stock car driver,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee
Club I, 2, 3, A Cappela Choir
4, Hopping up motors, being
with the boys, also the girls,
To become a high school
math teacher3 to pass
physics and learn something
from Mr. Wheatly that I'll
be able to use3
German Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Y-Teen
2, 3, 43 H.A. Preston 3, 4, His-
torian 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Squad
leader 3, 4, Social Chairman 43
Swing Band Z3 Tiger Tales Staff
4g Orchestra 3, 43 .lunior Class
Play 33 Archery, boating, re-
cords, band, talking, and band-
To be an Aeronautical En-
At Lakeland, Florida, Junior
Honor Society lg Chess Club
13 Latin Club 1, 23 Art
Club 23 Tennis l, 2g Torch Club
23 At Falls-German Club' 43
Radio Club 43 Projection Staff
33 DeMolay, reading Charles
Fort, model planes, radiog Lake-
To study Aeronautics3
Radio Club 43 Model airplanes,
To be a Good Seoretary3
At Mt. Hope, W. Va., Teen
Age Club l, 23 Future Busi
ness Leaders of America 33
Journalism Club 33 Glee Club 33
At Falls-Booster Club 43 Y-
Teens 43 H.A. Preston Club 43
Yearbook Staff 43 Playing the
piano and dancing3 Mt. Hope.
To be a success. an engineer,
make friends and my Kaiser
a hot car3
Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Junior Opti-
mist 3. 43 Rifle Club 3, 43 Hi-
Y 43 Guns, cars, music, hiking3
To learn how to speed-shift
a steam roller3
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 33 A
Cappela Choir 3, 43 Bovs' Glee
Club 23 French Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Class
Play 33 Music, swimming, girls,
DeMolay3 Silver Lake.
To make the best of my al1ility3
Booster 3g Y-Teen 43 Music of
any sort, bowling, eating pizza
and M.S.A.Q Lincoln.
Go on to school
Wrestling Team 1, 2, 3, 43
To graduate from college
and always have lots of
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 43 Booster 2, 3,
43 N.F.L. 2, 3, 43 National Thes-
pians 2, 3. 4, Secretary 33 Aqua
Debs 43 Girls' Glee Club 1, 23
Sophomore Class Play 23 Senior
Class Play 43 Slumber parties,
having fun with the "Squirls,"
driving, eating pizza3 Sill.
To become an Air Line Hos-
tess-Live in West Virginia3
At South-Band 1, 23 Orchestra
1, 23 Business Education Club
1, 23 Girls' Radio Singers 23
Selling Club 23 Records. cooking,
trips to West Virginia, going to
football games with ,Ianice3
To find out what G.E.T.S.W.
A.G. means and to always
make and keep friends-
wherever I go5
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster 1, 2,
3, 45 German Club 1, 25 4-
Square 3, 45 Aqua Debs 45 Tiger
Tales Staff 45 Office Staff 45
Junior Girls' Glee Club 15 ,All
Girl Choir 25 Senior Girls' Glee
Club 35 A Cappella Choir 45
Tiger Den Board 45 Pizza,
M.G.'s discussions with the
Siamese, slumber parties, Elvis,
Geneva-On-The-Lake, and roddin'
around with Pat and the girls in
the official M.G. bomb5 Craw-
To fulfill the plans God has
for meg to let Him be su-
Youth For Christ 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-
Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster 1, 3, 45
All Girl Choir 25 Girls' Glee
Club 15 Nurses' Office 45 Swim-
ming, dogs, drinking cokes at
Ellis's, musicg Broad.
F ELMLY, DONNA
To be an artist5 to show Mr.
Wheatly the difference be-
tween a deformed rabbit and
a rabbit5 To do all the art
work in Nan's Poodle Shop5
Junior Glee Club I5 All Girl
Choir 25 Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Booster
2, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45
Office Assistant 45 Aqua Debs
45 Swimming, art, D.S. Rainbow,
and rodding around in Marcy's
To be a secretaryg
Y-Teen 45 Broad.
To be happy and successful5
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 H.A. Preston
35 Girls' Junior Glee Club 15
Tiger Tales Staff 45 Yearbook
Staff 45 Booster 1, 2, 35 Godey
3, 45 Latin Club 2.5 Aqua Debs
45 Sports, eating, slumber
parties, driving and having fun
with the gang5 Broad.
To do my best to serve God
and my country tand
Choir 3, 45 Melody Men 45
Freshman Football5 Swim Team
35 Junior Optimist 25 Glee Club
1, 25 Collecting records, Linda5
To be successful in whatever
I strive ,to do5
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Booster 3, 45
Godey 45 Aqua Debs 4, Cabinet
45 German Club 1, 25 Office-
assistant 45 Being with the gang,
pizza parties, slumber p a r t i e s,
playing the piano5 Grant.
To be successful in whatever
Junior Y-Teen 1, 25 Senior Y-
Teen 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Swim-
ming, sewing5 Crawford.
FRANKE, WILLIAM HENRY
To do the best in anything
I might attemptg
Football Manager 1, 25 Baseball
3, 45 Junior Optimist 35 Car-
tooning, baseball, bowling5 Rich-
To answer the 364,000 dollar
Hunting, fishing, and sports5
To be the brains behind the
.lunior Council on Foreign Af-
fairs I, Prince of Peace 3, Dra-
matics 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1,
2, Intra-mural Sports 2, 3, Cars,
girls, and a redhead, LW., and
To learn how to speed shift,
.lunior Y-Teen 1, Junior Glee
Club 1, All Girl Choir 2, Girls'
Ensemble 2, A Cappella Choir
3. 4, Rodding around with the
gang, Waterloo, cars, and a cer-
tain blond, lWillieJ, Jennings
To make my million while I
can enjoy it,
Key Club I, 2, 3, Booster Club
1, German Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Dance Band I, 2, 3, Swing
Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2,
3, Fishing, hunting, sports,
music, Boardman, Ohio.
To always be successful and
happy in anything I do,
Junior Y-Teens, 1, 2, Senior
Y-Teens 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, French
Club 3, 4, 4-Square 4, H.A.
Preston Club, 3, 4, Booster Club
2, 3, 4, Aqua Debs, 4, Yearbook
Staff, 4, Office Assistant, 3, 4,
Drawing, music, Rainbow, parties,
having fun, Crawford.
GREGOR, JUDITH ANN
To always be able to smile,
Glee Club 1, All Girl Choir 2,
A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Librarian
3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Booster 1, 2,
3, 4, Godey Club 3, N.E.A.T.I.
E.S.. Music, bowling, and
GEMBERLING, JILL KAREN
To he successful at whatever
Glee Club 1, 2, Booster 2, 3,
Junior Y-Teen 2, Swimming,
going out with the girls, and
eating, Silver Lake.
GLENN Y, JEAN
To create happiness and
serve man and God to the
best of my ability,
National Honor Society 3, 4,
Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
2, Program Chairman 4, Godey
Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Booster
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, 4,
Latin Club 2, Aqua Debs 4,
Cabinet 4, Girls' Junior Glee
Club 1, All Girl Choir 2, Tumbl-
ing Club 2, Y-Teen Inter-Club
2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4,
Rodding around the girls, having
f.u.n and eating Pizza, Grant.
To be successful and always
Tiger Den Board, I, Student
Council 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 3,
Booster Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen.
1, 2, 4, 4-Square 3, 4, Eating.
having fun, M.l.N.'I'.S., Sill.
To be a medical technologist,
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German
Club I, 2, Aqua-Debs. 4, Y-
Teens I, 2, 3, 4, 4-Square, 3, 4,
Secretary 4, Rodding around
with the M.G.'s, swimming, horse-
back riding, riding in the official
M.G. bomb, parties, boys, Grant.
To be a private secretary
and to get my M.R.S. de-
Y-Teens 3, Choir 3, Collecting
things from school activities,
To be a good and successful
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster 2, 3,
4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Senior
Girls' Chorus 3, Aqua Debs
4, Redding around in Jeanne's
big maroon car and eating pizza,
See classical music banned,
journalism, radio announcing,
Boys' Junior Glee Club 1, 2,
Swim Team 1, 2. 3, 4, Tiger
Tales 4, Rock 'n Roll music,
"Havin' a Ball,', Crystal Beach
Public School, Ont., Canada.
Band 3, 4, Junior Optimist 3,
Model Railroading, Kearny High
School, Kearny, N. J.
Serve my fellow man, go
through college and have a
Junior Council of Foreign Affairs
1, German Club 1, Junior Y-
Teens 1, 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4,
National Forensic League 2, 3,
4, Junior Girls' Glee Club 1,
All Girl Choir 2, Booster Club
4, Church work, speech, the
farm, Dave, Grant.
To be a friend to everybody
and to beat Ma and Bill in
a game of pool at Todd's
Glee Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Wrestling
1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 3, 4, G.
E.T.S.W.A.G.S. 3, 4, President,
Bachelors ,president 4, Sports,
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Go into Armed Forces, when
I get out to get an office
Reading, Jennings Junior High,
To be president of the
Marilyn Monroe Corp.,
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, Cars,
models, display work, Sill.
GUSTAFSON, MARY JANET
As a nurse to make my pa-
tients happy, and to always
give Christ prominence in
Youth for Christ 3, 4, Future
Nurses of America 4, Cooking,
oil painting, Grant.
Start grass fires, Agriculture,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2,
Getswags, Glee Club 1, 2, Foot-
ball Homecoming Court, Sports,
parties, cars, girls, pool, Grant,
To pass Mr. Wheatley's
"elementary Math" course,
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Squad
Leader 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Swing Band 3, Clarinet Quar-
tet 2, 3, French Club 3. 4, Latin
Club 1, 2, 3, Tiger Tales Staff
4, Booster Club 3, Music read-
ing, swimming, Crawford.
To be a success in whatever
Guns, hunting, fishing, cars,
HARTLEY, MOLLIE RAE
To always be happy and
have as much fun as I am
Y-Teens 1. 4, Riding around with
Marg, t'Cincinnati," "L, V.",
To someday own a "POO-
DLE SHOP" in France and
have a Pink Poodle of rny
Clee Club 1. 2, ,Iunior Y-Teens
2, Booster Club 4, Aqua Debs
4, Senior Y-Teens 4, Eating
pizza in Youngstown with the
L.A.N.G.'s and fighting with a
certain someone. Rodding around
with Marcia and Kay in their
rods. Football games, when we
win, eating and swimming,
HEISER. ELAINE MARIE
Architect, to construct a
house having no housework,
Cadet Band 1, Band 2, 3, 4,
Clarinet Quartet 3, Squad Lead-
er 4, Librarian 4, Y-Teens 1, 2,
3. 4, Service 4. Hiram Confer-
ence 3, German Club 2, Booster
Club 2, National Honor Society
4, Art, music, sports, and having
lots of fun, Richardson.
Be an elementary teacher,
and always have friends,
,Iunior Y-Teens 1, 2, Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3,
4, Godey Club 3. 4, French Club
3, 4, H.A. Preston 3, 4, Junior
Girls' Glee Club-1, Aqua Debs
4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Year-
book Staff, Theme Editor, Pub-
licity Chairman 4, Eating, diet-
ing, reading. Rainbow, parties,
music, sports, art, sewing, Grant.
Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 4, Booster 3, 4,
Godey 4, Aqua Debs, 4, Cheer-
leader-89er, 1, N.F.L. I, 2, 4,
Treasurer 2, Thespian l. 2,
Sophomore Class Play, dancing.
having fun with the "Squirts",
To go to pharmacy school
and become a pill pusher,
Band l. 2, 3, Key Club 3. 4,
Thespians 2. 3. 4, making home
movies and money, Broad.
To be a good architect,
Football 1, Basketball 1, 2. 3,
Basketball, hunting and fishing,
To own a sports car,
Track, Football, model boats
and planes, Ellet High.
Become an interior decorator
and develop a laugh like Mr.
Glee Club 1. 2, 3, Booster Club:
Y-Teens, Rainbow I. 2. 3. 4:
Yearbook Staff 4, Goofing off
with "Sal" and "Phil," Lincoln.
HIGGINS, NANCY SUE
Join the A.F. Work at an
unusual interesting job and
to serve others as they have
Making people happy, being
Booster Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens
1, 2. 3, 43 Eating. sports, and
being with the girls in the Or-
ange Bar: Lincoln.
HIXSON, PHYLLIS JEAN
To do whatever God wills
me to do:
Band 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 3. 4:
Music, french horn. reading,
hiking. boating, singing, travel-
ing: Annes-Bern High School,
Graduate, college. marry :
Majorette l: Newspaper staff
1: Junior Y-Teens l, 2: Senior
Y-Teens 4: Student Council 2,
3: Student Council Publicity
Chairman 2: Junior Class Social
Chairman: Hall Guard l: Clee
Club l. 2: People. clothes de-
signing, Millard: Rhodes Rest at
To have friends and lead a
Girls' Junior Glee Club 1: All
Girl Choir 2: A Cappella Choir
3, 43 German Club l. 2. 3. Vice-
President 33 Godey 3: Future
Nurses of America 3. 4: Junior
Y-Teen 3. 4: Booster 2. 3, 4:
Senior Y-Teen 3. 4. Vice-Presi-
dent. President: National Honor
Society 3. 4: Office Assistant
4: Yearbook Staff 4: Swimming
Rainbow, having fun. music:
To do a little better every day:
Freshman Football: Freshman
Basketball: Reserve Basketball 2,
3: Varsity Basketball 4: Golf,
1. 2. 3. 4: Junior Foreign Affairs
1. President: Boys' Glee Club
1, 2: Student Council 4: A Cap-
pella Choir 3. 4: Key Club 3, 4.
President 4: Tiger Den Board 4:
Honor Society 3, 4: Booster Club
lHonoraryJ 2, 3, 43 Sports:
Football ll Wrestling l. 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 3. 4: Band l, 2. 3, 4
President 4. Squad Leader 1. 3,
4: Orchestra 2. 3. 4: Dance Band
1. 2. 3: National Honor Society
3. rl: Booster Club 4: Sports.
music. "goyls',: Crawford.
To learn to pull in the drive
way straight, and learn how
to back out of the drive
without taking the garbage
can with nie:
Junior Y-Teens l, 2: Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4: Junior Glee Club 1,
2: Godey 4: Booster 4: Office
4: Collecting stuffed animals,
eating, giggling with Bonnie:
To find out what's behind
the Green Door: ,
Little Sisters 13 Science Club 2:
Senior Class Play 4: Music, art
hot rod racesi: James A. Garfield.
HOUMAN. MARY LEE
To be a "High and Mighty"
airline hostess and marry
Y-Teens. l, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club
2, 3, 4: 4-Square 3, 4: Aqua
Delis 4: Girls' Glee Club 1: All
Girls' Choir 2: Nlajorette 3, 4:
Yearbook Staff 4: Junior Varsity
Cheerleader 2: Eating, rodding
around in MG. bomb and sports:
To make the most out of my
.lunior Y-Teens 1. 2: German
Club 1: Junior Girls' Glee Club
1: Future Nurses of Ameriva 3:
Future Teavhers 3: llooster 3.
4: Godey 3. 4. Sevretary 4: Aqua
Uebs 4: Senior 1-Teens 3. 4:
Swimming. goofing off, the gang,
and pizza parties: Silver Lake.
Take my first ten million
and retire at 21:
Key Club 2. 3, 4: Honor Soviety
3. 4: German Club 1. 2. 3. 4,
President 3: Wrestling 3, 4: All
sports. listening to the radio.
playing poker with the boys:
Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Wrestling
1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1, 2: A Cap-
pella Choir 3. 4: Out door life:
To be a suvcess in what-
ever 1 attempt to do:
Glee Club 1. 2: Booster Club 1.
2, 3. 4: Y-Teen 1, 2. 3, 4: Cap-
tain of Basketball Team 2: Year-
book Staff 4: Office Assistant
4: Sports. sleeping. rodding
around with Marilyn: Crawford.
INCH. CAROL LEE
Junior Girls' Glee Club 1, 2:
Junior Y-Teens 1. 2: Senior Y-
Teen 3, 4: Booster Club 2, 3. 4:
.lunior Varsity Cheerleader 4:
Godey 4: Aqua Debs 4: Having
fun, laughing with the Squirts,
eating, swimming. Ricky: Still.
To be able lu turn over
three brain cells without
creating a dust storm and to
bevonie a good nurse:
Y-Teens l. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4:
Booster 1. 2. 3: l.atiu Club 2.
Sevretary 2: lfrenrli Club 3:
National Forensic- League 3. 4.
Slate Finals 3: .lunior Class
Play 3: N.I-'..-X. 3. l. President 4:
Yearbook Stull -l: All Girl Choir
2: Nlaking pizza. slumber parties.
hating fun. dating. swimming.
To beat Ala in a game of
pool at 'l'odd's l'ool Room:
Football 1. 2. 3. -l: llaseball 3,
4: Getswags 3. -1: l'arties.girls.
football. Getsways: Grant.
To do my best to do the best:
Booster Club 1. -1: Future Nurses
of America 4: Yearbook Staff
4: llowling. piano, reading:
Basketball 1: Cafeteria l: Post
cards. stamps: Lincoln.
To teach in a foreign country:
M a tl i so n Consolidated High
Svhool 1. 2. 3.-Scholarship
Team 2. 3: Class Vive-l'resident
2: Class Sevretary 3: Spring
Concert 2. 3: Girls' Chorus 2.
3: Junior Class Play 3: Speech
Play 3: Tiger Tales Staff 4:
Future Teavllers' Club -1: Booster
4: Y-Teens 4: Reading and letter
writing: Madison Consolidated
J ETER, BETTY
To go to college, and event-
ally meet some one suited
Junior Y-Teens, 1, Senior Y-
Teens, 3, Senior Girls' Glee
Club, 3, A Cappella Choir, 3,
43 Junior Girls' Glee Club, 1,
Painting, sewing, movies, driv-
ing, sports, reading juicy stories,
Perkins Junior High School, Ak-
To be a success in whatever
Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 2, President 2, 4-Square, 3,
4, Booster 2, 3, 4, National
Forensic League 2, Thespian
Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls' Glee
Club 1,iAqua Debs 4, M.G.'s,
Office Assistant, Rodding around
with the M.G.'s, slumber parties,
horseback riding, swimming, and
To serve God to the best of
Youth For Christ 1, 2, 3, 4,
writing to a certain sailor, eat-
ing, and sleeping, Tallmadge.
Physical education teacher.
Hi-Y 1, 2, President 3, 4, Junior
Optimists 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Track 2, Student Council 1, 2,
3, All sports, Central High,
Kansas City Mo.
To he a commercial artist,
and to always be able to
Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, Booster 1, 2, 3, 4-Square
3, 4, Art work, horseback riding,
and swimming, Crawofrd.
S .. '
To be a success in anything
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Awards
Council, 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4,
Dance Band, 2, 3, 4, Sax Qual?
tet, 2, 3, 4, Twilighters 1, 2, 3,
4, Orchestra 3, 4, Football 1,
Basketball 1, Woodworking and
To be a success in everything
and to everybody.
Latin Club 2, Football 3, Wrest-
ling. 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling, Sill.
To be happy and successful,
and drive sensibly in reverse.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster 1,
Laughing, teasing, eating, Bren-
da's "nonsense," dogs, and talk-
To be an officer in the Navy.
Boys' Glee Club 1, Collecting
To eventually obtain my
Y-Teens 1, 2, Booster 2, 3, 4,
Junior Foreign Affairs 1, 4-
Square 3, 4, National Forensic
League 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls' Glee
Club 1, All Girl Choir 2, Eating
pizza, being with the M. l. N. T.
S., rodding around with Judy,
Mr. Moore's Chemistry class, and
having fun, Richardson.
To be content.
Cross-country 1, 2, Track 1,
Reading, Hunting, Music, Art,
Fishing, Buchtel, Akron.
KIKEN DALL, THOMAS
To someday be able to un-
Junior Optimist Club 1, Secre-
tary 1, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2,
A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Track
Team 1, 2, 4, Swim Team 3, 4,
Tiger Den Board 4, President 4,
Parties, girls, rodding around
with the boys, "Bachelor's Club,"
To get through four years of
college as easily as possible.
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Booster 1,
2, 3, H. A. Preston 3, French
Club 4, Senior Y-Teens 3, Rec-
ords, swimming, Richardson.
To be a successful commer-
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Booster Club
3, Art work swimming, sports
twatchingl, making friends,
Lehman, Canton, Ohio.
Junior and Senior Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, Booster 1, 2, 3, 4, Four
Square 3, 4, Girls' Junior Glee
Club 1, 2, Girls' Senior Glee
Club 3, 4, Drawing, horseback
riding, swimming, Lincoln.
KINGDOM, JO ANNE
To be healthy, humorous,
helpful, and happy.
Junior Foreign Affairs Council
1, Secretary 1, Latin Club 2,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1,
Music, reading, having fun,
Live to be a hundred and
Readin', 'ritin', and 'rithmetic,
To do the best I can in what-
ever field lies before me, to
have a happy home and fam-
Boys' Junior Glee Club 1, Senior
Boys' Glee Club 2, Hi-Y Club
2, 3, 4, Junior Optimist Club 2,
3, 4, Parliamentarian 2, 3, Ser-
geant-at-Arms 3, Art work, hand
painting, records, ties, Demolay
figuring out how to spell "anti-
destablishnientarianismn b a c k-
in five seconds flat, Broad
To be a good secretary.
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Booster 1,
Godey 3, 4, Junior Girls' Glee
Club 1, Senior Girls' Glee Club
2, Having a good time, Broad
Debate 1, N.F.L. 1, German
Club 1, .lunior Optimist 3, 4,
Chaplain 4, Track 3, 4, Sports
and collecting autographs, Zion
To be an' automotive design-
Working on cars, having fun,
LEITER. WILLIAM C.
To become a certified public
Rifle team 2, 3, French Club 3,
4, Projection Staff 2, 3, 4, Camp-
ing, Broad School.
To become a truck driver,
make a record, make a few
million dollars, and retire.
Stamps, animals and Yxzabing,
To have fun and lead a good
Junior Girls' Clee Club 1, 2, Y-
Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, B. W. Club 2,
3, 4, Secretary 3, Yearbook Staff
4, Swimming, skating, and most
all sports, Sill.
To make my parents proud
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4, Booster 1, 4, Codey
3, 4, Traveling, sports, slumber
LEE, MA RCIE
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4, Sports, driving, mus-
ic , Richardson.
To be successful as a pharm-
acist and a bachelor.
Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 4,
Junior Optimist 3, 4, Class Play
3, Football, music, Sill,
To be able to pass Mr.
Wheatley's 8th grade arith-
At Oak Ridge High School-
Chemiteers 3, Bowling Club 3,
Chess Club 3, French Club 3, at
Falls-French Club 4, Hi-Y 4,
Sports, sports cars, coin collect-
ing, riding around, going out to
Garner Brothers with the gang,
and dropping differentials out of
Chryslers, Silver Lake.
To be in RO'S Dance Band.
Twiligliters 4, Band 4, Sextet 2,
Orchestra. Dance band 2, Swing
Band 3, Dixie Band, Caro, boats,
music, girls, Crawford.
LONG, ROGER ALLEN
To become a college history
Junior Optimist 3, 4, Junior
Council of Foreign Affairs 1,
Collecting old rifles, reading,
De Molay, Grant.
MAC CLELLAN, JOANN
To have a happy life, be suc-
cessful as a piano teacher
and learn to be a good
Latin Club 2, Godey Club 3, Y-
Teens 1, 2, 4, Booster Club
tl-lonoraryl 1, 2, 3, 4, Aqua
Debs, Cadet Band 1, Marching
and Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Or-
chestra 4, Football Homecoming
Court 4, Having fun with the
girls. music, eating or drinking
anything chocolate, and "Ron-
nie," Silver Lake.
MC COMBS, ELIZABETH
To be a Hprivate secretary."
Junior Girls' Glee Club 1, All
Girl Choir 2, A Cappella Choir
3, 4, Junior Y-Teens l. 2, Cabi-
net 2, Latin Club 2, Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4, Four Square 3. 4,
President 4, Booster Club 2, 3,
4, Tiger Tales 4, Cuyahogan
Staff 4, Aqua-Delis 4: Rodding
around in the official M.G.
bomb, horseback riding, swim-
ming, golfing, swimming, bowl-
ing, Silver Lake.
To get my name on the list
of America Ten Top Secre-
Junior Girls' Glee Club 1, All
Girl Choir 2, Office Assistant 2,
3, 4, Aqua Debs 4, Swimming,
riding around with the M.G.'s in
Helen's Big Ford, eating and
having fun, Richardson.
LUTZ, SANDRA ELIZABETH
To be happy the rest of my
Y-Teens 1, 2, Booster 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, Going on hayrides
and picnics that we never have,
LYONS, WILLIAM RONALD
To be a coach of a girls' foot-
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4,
Track 2, Junior Foreign Affairs
Council 1, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2,
A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Booster
Club, Football Homecoming King
4, Cars and li'l girls, Sill.
MC CLUSKY, CURTIS
To be the World's Greatest
Amateur Golfer at the age of
Key Club 2, 3, 4, German Club
2, Golf team 3, 4, Golf, tennis,
driving, coin collecting, Grant.
MC VICKER, KENNETH
Finish successfully whatever
German Club I, 2, Band 1, 2, 3,
4, Squad leader 4, Drum major
4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, Dance-
Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4,
Drums, girls, listening to jazz and
carousing on Saturday nights,
To make a tax-free 3lO0,000
Hunting, archery, Sill.
Medical Secretary, teach
obstetrics at Nan's Poodle
Y-Teens 1, 2, 4g Booster 43 A
Cappela Choir 4g Girls' Junior
Glee Club lg All Girl Choir 2g
Girls' Senior Glee Club 3g Seni-
or Tiger Den Board 4g Aqua
Debs 4g Office Assistant 4g
Swimming, rodding around in
Marcia's Bomb. L.B.S.D.g Sill.
To write a good book.
Reading, classical music, and
coin collectingg Silver Lake.
To be a rubber chemist and
make better rubber bands.
Junior Foreign Affairs Council lg
Projection Staff 1, 2, 3g Orches-
tra l, 2, 3, 4g Radio Club 4g Ra-
dio, listening to music, watching
MILLER, MARY ANN
To be a flight nurse in the
Y-Teens 2g Booster 33 Latin
Club 3g F.N.A. 4g Tiger Tales
Staff 4g Light photography and
drawingg Long Beach, California.
To become a stock car driver.
Work on carsg Grant.
"When wealth is lost, noth-
ing is lostg When health is
lost, something is lostg When
character is lost, all is lost."
German Club 1, 2g Y-Teen 1, 2g
Cabinet 2g Junior Girls' Glee
Club lg All Girl Choir 2g Boost-
er Club l, 2, 3, 43 Godey Club
3. 4g Tiger Tales 4g Cuyahogan
Staff 4g A Cappella Choir 3, 4g
Operetta 3g Senior Y-Teens 3, 4g
Candidate for Summer Formal
Queen 4g Aqua Debs 43 Nation-
al Honor Society 45 Singing,
dancing, laughing, eating pizza,
sports, and having lots of fung
To have a good job.
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Student
Council 2g Building and Grounds
Committee 2g Making Herk
happy, having fun in the "Green
To be a happy little art
teacher like Mrs. Wilhelm.
Booster 3, 4g Senior Y-Teens 3,
4g Four Square 3, 4g F.T.A. 3,
4g Junior Girls' Glee Club lg
Aqua Debs 4g Being with the
gang and having fung Richard-
To achieve all my goals in
Junior Foreign Affairs Council
lg Treasurer lg Glee Club l, 2,
A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Junior
Class Play 3g Boys' Octette 1,
49 Cars, guns, good food, and
women, also extracurricular ac-
tivitiesg Silver Lake.
MITCHELL, GARY ALAN
Gun Club 1, Camera Club lg
Thespians lg N. F. L. lg Model
planes, boats, radiog Gadsden.
To better myself in everyway
I can, to become an art
,lunior Y-Teens, Godey, Junior
Glee Club, Senior Glee Club, A
Cappella Choir: Goofing around
with "Swartzzie: Lincoln.
To get rich and own seven
Football team 1: Cars, motors,
women, rodding around, sleep-
MORGAN, JO ANN
To better myself in all ways
and to keep smiling.
Student Council 1, 23 89'er
Cheerleader lg Reserve Cheer-
leader 3: Varsity Cheerleader 4,
Captain 4: Junior Y-Teens 1, 2,
Cabinet 2: Senior Y-Teens 3, 4,
Cabinet 3: Band 1. 2, 3, Secre-
tary. Treasurer 3g Dance Band
l: Sax Quartet 1. 2, 3: Booster
3, 4: H. A. Preston 3: Orchestra
2. 3: Aqua Debs, Cabinet 4:
Senior Class Play 4: Football
H om e c o min g Queen: Music,
sports. sewing, having fun: Craw-
MORTON. CAROL ANN
To graduate from college
and decide on a career.
Y-Teens 1. 2. 4: Booster Club 2:
Godey Club 3, 4: French Club 3:
Photography, horseback riding:
To do everything I attempt
to the best of my ability.
Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 43 Booster 2:
Godey Club 3: French Club 3,
4: Glee Club 1: Cuyahogan
Staff 4: Reading, music: Broad.
To gain ten pounds and to
cage the "Brimfield Bad
Y-Teens 1, 2: B. W. 1: Junior
Girls' Glee Club 2: Senior Girls'
Clee Club 3: Tiger Den Board
1, 2: Booster 2, 4: roller skating,
eating, the girls, .lim, looking
for the "Orange Flash:" Craw-
To be a medical assistant
and to make others happy.
,lunior Y-Teen 1: Student Coun-
cil 1: Godey Club 2: junior Glee
Club 1: Senior Clee Club 1: All
Girl Choir 1: Music. Dave:
To be a beautician. recep-
tionist. and successful.
Glee Club 1.23 Y-Teens 4: Godey
Club 4: Booster Club 4: Driving.
having fun with the gang: Lin-
To marry and be a good wife
to a certain soldier.
Senior Girls' Glee Club. Junior
Girls' Glee Club. Office Assist-
ant 2. 3. 4: Writing letters and
trying to find Dorts a rich man:
To learn third grade math,
so l can correctly work Mr.
Wheatley's physics problems.
To be a patient choir direc-
tress or English teacher.
Marching Band Vocalist 4: Juni-
or Girls' Glee Club 1: All Girls'
Choir 2: A Cappella Choir 3, 43
Latin Club 2: Booster 2. 3, -l-:
Junior Y-Teens 1. 2: Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4, Cabinet 4: Honor
Society 3. 4: N.I-'.L. 2, 3, 4-.
Secretary 2: Thespian 2, 3, 4:
Four Square 3. -L Sergeant-ab
Arms 3, Vice-President 4. Presi-
dent 4: Aqua Delis -1: Cuyahogan
Staff 4: Tiger Tales Staff 4:
Business Manager 4: Redding
around with the M. Gfs. slumber
parties, swimming, horseback rid-
ing. singing, golfing, bowling,
driving the official "Xl.C. bomb."
and eating, Silver Lake.
To be a portrait artist and
Y-Teens, Booster Clubg Drawing,
having a real ball, datingg
Simon Perkins .Junior High,
To get my master's degree in
Ch. E. and do my graduate
work at Vassar.
Football 1g Boys' Glee Club 1g
Hi-Y 2g Ohio U. Science Camp
3g DeMolay, girls, food, the
L'men" and sneaking Nancy
Anderson in ahead of the line at
DeMolay fishfriesg Richardson
OBLISK, MARGARET LOUISE
To go to business school and
own a ranch type house in
Swimming, dancing, roller skat-
ingS. Sill Junior High.
To be a lawyer.
Junior Foreign Affairs Council
1g Football 1g N. F. L. 2, 3, 4g
Junior Optimist 2, 3, President
2, 3g Hi-Y 3. 4g Vice-President
3g President 4g Junior Prom
King 3g Executive Committee 33
Honor Society 3, 4g Winner of
Editorial Contest 3g Tiger Tales
Staff 4g History of World War
PALMER, TERRY DUANE
To be first trombonist in
R.O.'s dance bandg
Band QN. Carolina? 1, Band
lElletl 1. Band 2. 3, 4g Swing
Band 2, 3g Dance Band 2, 33
French Club 2, 3g Sports, push-
ing Jim's Model-A "Twilight-
A ,K Wt
To make a success of life.
Cadet Band lg Band 2, 3, 4g
Junior Optimist 2, 3g Radio
Club 4g Radiog Richardson
NIESSON, PAULA REED
To do all the good I can to
all the people I can.
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4g Booster 1, 3g
German Club 2g French Club
43 Godey 3, 4g National Forensic
League 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4g
Buckeye Girls' State 4g Junior
Class Play, Senior Class Plav:
Rainbow, laughing, talking, sew-
ing, swimmingg Grant.
To be an orthoclontist and
learn to play the guitar like
Hi-Y 3, 43 Rifle Club 3, 4,
wrestling 4g Hunting, sailing,
fishing, womeng Silver Lake.
To become a teacher and
try to accomplish all my
Junior Y-Teen 1, 2g Girls' Glee
Club 2g Band 1g Senior Y-Teen
3, 4g F.T.A. 3, 4, Prince of
Peace Contestg Driving the car
and listening to recordsg Silver
To be an engineer and leave
the world a somewhat better
Junior Foreign Affairs Council
1, Vice-Presidentg German Club
2g Booster Club 4g Lab Assist-
ant 3, 4g Twelfth Grade Science
Club 4g Reading, music, scienceg
To be happy and successful
in whatever I may do.
Girls' Junior Glee Club 1: .lun-
ior Y'Teens 1. 2, Latin Club 1.
2: Senior Girls' Glee Club 2, 35
Booster Club 1, 2,'3. 4, Secre-
tary 2. Vice-President 4: Senior
Y-Teens 3. 4: Cuyahogan 4:
Four Square 3. 4. Secretary 3g
French Club 3, 4. Vice-President
4g A Cappella Choir 4: Honor
Society 3, 4: Aqua Debs 4:
Sports. eating, slumber parties.
having fun with the M.G.'s.
To become a nurse, marry a
doctor, and raise "four little
.lunior Girls' Glee Club lg All
Girl Choir 2: Junior Y-Teens 1,
2: Senior Y-Teens 3. 45 Latin
Club 2: French Club 45 F.N.A.
3. 4: Booster 3: Godey 3, 4,
Publicity Chairman 43 Tiger
Tales Staff 4, Reading, sports,
writing fiction. Grant.
To build a customized car,
to be able to get more than
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4, Football
1: Track 3: Basketball, Women,
To be a mechanical engineer
and a professional ball-
Junior Foreign Affairs Council
lg Booster 4g Baseball 2, 3. 4:
Sports, running around with the
boys. and keeping Brooks laugh-
To be an aeronautical engineer.
Optimist Club 3. 4: Basketball
2, 33 Baseball 2: Football 3:
Track l: Sports. North Syracuse
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Golf. tennis. Encanto. Phoenix.
PHILLI PS. DOREEN
To live a successful life, to
make new friends. and
strengthen the old.
,lunior Y-Teens l. 2. Vice-l'resi-
dent 1. President 2. Y-Teen State
Conference 2, Y.A.W.A.C.A. Con-
ference 3g Senior Y-Teens 3. 4.
German Club 1.2. 33 French Club
3. -1-g Codey 3. -l-. Office Assistant
3. 4, F.N.A. 3. 4: Freshman Girls'
Glee Club lg Cuyahogan Staff
4, Editor-in-Chief 4: Aqua Debs
4g Cabinet. Booster Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Vice-President 3. President
4: Honor Society 3. 4. Secretary
4: Buckeye Girls' State Repre-
sentative 4: .lunior Prom Court
3g Sports, aquatics. art, parties,
To be the best teacher I can,
to do everything in my
power to further the work
of my church.
Junior Y-Teens l. 2: Senior Y-
Teens 3. -1-1 .lunior Glee Club 1:
All Girls' Choir 2: Senior Clee
Club 4: ll.A. Preston 3. -lg
Booster 33 National Thespians
3. 4, President sl: Modeling.
playing piano. church work.
singing duets with "Chubbins".
To be a nuclear physicist.
Band l. 2. 3. -1: Orchestra 2. 3.
4: Swing Band 2: Science Club
-l: Playing the oboe. skin dixing.
astronomy. listening to records.
To become at registered nurse.
Junior Y-Teens l. 2: Senior Y-
Teens 3. -1. Chaplain 4: Band l.
2. 3. 4. Secretary-Treasurer -l:
Corley-1: Aqua llebs 4: French
3. 4: Booster 3. 4: Swing: Band
2. 3. -l. Urcliestra 2. 3. 4. Clari-
net Quartet 3. sl. Y.A.W.A.lZ..-X.
Conference -l: Cuyaliogan -1:
Parties. art. hating: fun. sports.
To live fast, die young, and
have a good looking corpse.
Boxing forangesl. Hichardson.
To always have loads of friends.
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Booster 1,
2, 3, Four Square 3, 4, German
Club 2, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4,
Junior Girls' Glee Club 1, Tiger
Tales Staff 4, Office Assistant 4,
Aqua Debs 4, Painting, boating,
having ar good time, laughing
with all the kids, Rainbow.
To be a nurse, to be able to
make g o o d "snicker-doo-
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Booster 2,
3, 4, Four Square 4, A Cappella
Choir 3, 4,, French Club 3, 4,
Aqua Debs 4, Junior Girls' Glee
Club 1, All Girls' Choir 2,
Senior Girls' Glee Club 3, F.N.
A. 4, Senior Y-Teens 3, 4, Rod-
ding around with Patty in the
official M.G. Bomb, slumber
parties, swimming, horseback rid-
ing, bowling. Silver Lake.
ROOT, PAUL ROBERT
To become adept at working
Mr. Wheatley's third grade
math problems and to use
them to become a good
German Club 1, Hi-Y 2, 3, ,lun-
ior Optimists 2, 3, 4, Secretary
3, Treasurer 4, Thespian 2, 3,
4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4,
Junior Class Play 3, Football 2,
Manager, Hunting, shooting,
fishing. collecting money, swim-
ming, spending money. Broad.
To be a success in building
Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, Dance Band 3, Foot-
ball 3, Playing all kinds of
To go to beauty school and
be a success in making girls
beautiful. To always have
friends and save enough
money to buy a new car.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, Riding around with Mollie,
"Cincinnati 'V.V.' " "Blue Bomb."
To be a secretary and live
a happy Christian life.
German Club 1, junior Y-Teens
1, Junior Girls' Glee Club 1,
Bill, playing the piano, eating,
sleeping, and having fun. Broad.
To he a good mechanic or
F.F.A. 1, Basketball 1, Track 1,
Baseball 1, Working on automo-
biles. Santa Anna, Texas.
To be successful in whatever
Collecting money, Crawford.
To be an interior decorator.
Rifle Club 2, Booster 4, Stamps.
cars. Kent State University
To always have stars in my
crown and feel on top of
German Club 1, 2, Debate 1, 4,
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Godey Club 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, All Girls' Choir 3, Jun-
ior Class Play 3, Publicity Chair-
man, Aqua Debs 3, 4, Prince of
Peace 4, Future Teachers 4, To
see that those stars are always
To become an Engineer and
to beat T.S. at pool in Todd's
French Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2,
3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Football Homecoming
Court, Photography, beating
Punch's Plymouth in a drag, G.E.
T.S.W.A.G. Silver Lake.
To live a happy and respect-
German Club I, 2, All Girls'
Choir 2, Four Square 3, 4,
Thespians 3, Booster 3, Office
Assistant 2, 3, 4, Aqua Debs 4,
Swimming, traveling, doing things
with the M.G.'s being with Lee.
To go to Dartmouth college
and be captain of the skiing
Latin Club 2, Key Club 3, 4, Sec.
retary 4, wrestling 3. 4, Hunting,
fishing, and looking for--,.
To be happy and successful
in my chosen career.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Godey 3, 4,
N.F.L. 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4,
F.N.A. 4, Booster 3, 4, Junior
Class Play 3, German Club 2, 3,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, All Girl
Choir 3, Aqua Debs 4, Eating
pizza with the gang, going to
slumber parties: riding around in
Glenny and Boser's bombs, jitter-
bugging with Specs. Grant.
To make a success of what-
ever I may strive to do.
Yearbook Staff 4, Glee Club 1
2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Arch
ery I, Pistol Team 3, Photo
To be able to get all I can-
Hunting, football, wild beer par
ties. St. Joseph.
To be a machinist.
Youth for Christ, Hi-Y, Work-
ing for wages outside of school.
To be an electronic engineer
Radio Club 4, President 4
Amateur radio, St. Joseph.
To go to and graduate from
G.M. Institute or to become
as good a dentist as my Dad.
Boys' Junior Glee Club 1, 2, Hi-
Y 2, 3, 4, Junior Optimist 3, 4.
Golf 2, Rifle team I, Golf,
hunting, fishing, all sports, eat-
ing, giving diets to history teach-
er driving 1?l. pizza, being like
the King of Siam in the "King
and I." Broad.
Freshman Football, Football 2,
To be a success in Whatever
Boys' Clee Club 1. 2: Hi-Y 2:
Latin Club 2: Junior Foreign
Affairs Council 1: De Molay 2,
3. 43 Bowling. Crawford.
To be successful.
Radio Club 4g Amateur radio.
skin diving. ice skating. cars.
food and having fun. Crawford.
SHAR PS. S l l E CAROL
Y-Teen 1, 2. 3. 4g Booster 1. 2.
3. 4g F.N.A. 3. 4g Codey 1:
Aqua Deb 1g German Club lg
A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Singing.
Talking. and Swimming. Broad.
To Someday be a partner
for Nan and her Pink Poo-
dles. and have a poodle of
Clee Club 1. 2g Junior Yflleen
23 Senior Y-Teens fl-g llooster
Club 41 Aquadetts 4: Eating
pizza and drinking cokes in
Youngstown with the L.A.N.lL.S.
AND having fun. Rodding
around with the girls in the yel-
low bombs. Lincoln.
Band 1. 2. 3: Orchestra 3. 43
Dance Band 3: Creek 2. 3. 4g
P ri n t i n g. music. mathematics.
To teach a 2750 pound ele-
phant to play HHOUNDOGN
on the bagpipes.
Hillbilly music. sports. women,
cars, and remembering those fun
filled hours in Mr. Wheatley':s
General Science Class. Crawford.
To he a successful mechani-
Band 1. 2. 3. Choir 4g Making
enough money to keep my car
To be as helpful to others
as my high school teachers
and faculty have been to me.
Junior Girls' Clee Club 1g All
Girls' Choir 2: Senior Cirls'
Clee Club 33 Reading. Jennings
Junior High School.
Basketball lg Cerman Club 1:
Executive Committee 3: Tiger
Den Board 3. Treasurer: Junior
Prom Court 33 Student Council
1. 2. 33 Cars. parties. GETS-,
WAGS. Indianapolis, lndiana.
Being a Commercial Artist
and being a success.
Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Thespians 2. 3,
Treasurer 4. Recording Secretary:
Junior Optimist 2. Vice-Presi-
dent 3. 4: Track 2. 4g A Cap-
pella Choir 3. 43 Fishing, paint'
ing. guns. dates with slick chicks.
To have a booming business
like Todd's pool hall.
Student Council 3. 4, Treasurer
35 Key Club 2. 3. 4g Junior
Optimist 3: Freshman Basket-
ball Ig ,lunior Varsity Basketball
2g Baseball 3. 4.3 Sports, at-
tempting to play piano, "Fluffy"
and Tuffy". the boysg G.E.T.S.
To be a good secretary.
Y-Teen 1, 2, Watching for a
certain Pontiac. Sill.
Traveling and reading books.
STARBIRD. LINDA JEAN
To live a happy and worth
while life. and be able to
to look back on the past and
know I tried my best.
Junior Glee Club' lg Y-Teens I,
2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Booster 2.
3, 4g Tiger Tales Staff 43 Cuya-
hogan Staff 4: Tennis. swim-
ming. eating pizza, popular
music. slumber parties and just
fooling around. Crawford.
German Club l: Archery Club
To succeed and understand
German Club I, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y
4g Track 3, 4g Ice Skating, arch-
To see Mr. Wheatley's 13.6
cubic foot freezer. to be a
good chemical engineer.
Key Club 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3,
4: Swing liand l: Dance Iiantl
24 Junior Foreign Affairs 1:
Camera Club Ig Building and
Grounds Committee 2. 3: ,lunior
Optimist Club 3, Honor Society
3, 4g Swimming Team 43 Boost-
er Club 3: Cuyahogan Staff I
2, 33 Sports. music, living it
To have many friends. to
always be happy and be suc-
cessful in whatever I may
National Honor Society 3, 43
,lnnior Y-Teens 2: Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2,
3, 4: Latin Club 23 French Club
3, 4g F.N.O.A. 3. Godey Club 3,
4, Thespian 1. 2. 3. 4. V.I'. 33
National Forensic League 1. 2,
3, Aqua Debs 4: Band l, 2. 3.
4, Pep Band 4, Swing Band 4:
Awards Council 4, Orchestra 3,
4. Cuyahogan Staff 4g Junior
Clee Club Ig Junior Class Playg
Sports, KEGG'S, being with the
gang and having a good time.
Track I. 2: Key Club 2, 3, -1:
German Club I. 21 Cars, C.E.
STEW A RT. RALPH
To be successful in life.
Track Team 1. Broad.
To become an electrical engineer.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Projection
1, 2, 3, Radio Club 4, V.P. 43
Organized 12th Grade Science
Club 4, Amateur radio, violin.
TALLEY, DWIGHT JR.
To go into general agricul-
ture in college and have a
Hi-Y 2, 3. 4, Rifle Club 1, 23
Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Hunting
sports and traveling. Silver Lake.
To help Frances to be a
test pilot for a bloom fac-
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Booster 2, 3:
Eating, slumber parties and
going places with my friends.
To be boss in whatever I
choose to do.
Y-Teen, German Club, Booster
G.G.A. In Williamserville N. Y.
Williamserville Central High.
To practice medicine and
serve God and man to the
best of my ability.
Basketball lg Student Council
2g Latin Club 2, 3, 4, V.P. 35
Key Club 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, President 45
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, A Cappella
Choir 3, 4, Varsity Swimming
3, 4, Sports, guns, "Sam G"
music, swimming. Grant.
To be an actress.
Girls' ,lunior Glee Club I, 2g
Godey Club 3g Booster 2, 3, 43
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee
Club 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 43
Junior Class Play, Rodding that
big had Buick, having a ball
with the gang, going to parties
and just plain goofing St.
To be a model or hair stylist.
Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4, Booster 2, 3.
4-g Junior Glee Club 1, 2, Aqua
Debs 43 K.E.G.G.S. Crawford.
To go to college and then
get a good job.
A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Swim
Team 4g Outdoor life. Grant.
To be a dancing teacher, and
Glee Club 13 Y-Teens 2, 3,
Godey 3, Tiger Tales 4g Dancing
talking, food. Grant.
To meet my goal of happi-.
ness and always make others
Girls' Glee Club Ig Y-Teens 2,
3, Booster Club 3g Learning to
drive, being with Joe, and music.
To do constructional work
or communicational work.
Orchestra 1, 2, Cafeteria I, 2,
Bowling. drawing. Broad.
To be a secretary and to
serve my "Savior" in every-
Orchestra lg Y.F.C. 3, 4-g Swim-
ming, tennis, cooking, sewing.
To be the kind of boy my
mother knows I'm notl
Key Club 2, 3, 4g Junior Opti-
mist 3g Basketball 1, 23 Baseball
3, 43 Pool. sports, cars, 12 month
vacations. G.E.T.S.W.A.G. Lin-
To be a chemist.
Band I, 2. 3g Collecting classical
music records 133 I!3l. Woods-
town High School, Woodstown,
THOMAS, GLENDA JAYNE
To be a beautician and have
an apartment with the girls.
Girls' Glee Club Ig Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4g
Godey Club 4: Aqua Debs 44
Eating pizza and having slumber
parties with the girls. Grant.
To go on to school and learn
a way to get rich without
Band l, 2, 3g R.O.T.C.g Old
cars, guns. girls. Shortridge High
School, Indianapolis, Indiana.
To be a success at whatever
German Club I, 24 Junior Opti-
IIIISI Clllll 3g Boys' Glee Club 1,
2g Sports. being a top-notch soda
To swim and get rich.
Key Club 43 Swimming Team
1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Football
4g Indian dancing and girls.
VAIL, CAROLE SUE
To be a nurse.
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior
Y-Teens 1, 2g Senior Y-Teens
3, 44 Junior Girls' Glee Club 1,
2, Senior Girls' Glee Club 3, 4g
Cuyahogan Staff 4-Q N.E.A.T.
I.E.S., oil painting, horseback-
riding. sports. Lincoln.
VAN NOY, LIANE
To be a sucessful executive
secretary for a millionaire
Junior Y-Teens 1. 2, Program
Chairman 23 Booster Club 1, 2,
3, 4g Latin Club 2, 3. 43 Four
Square 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Aqua
Dells 4, Junior Glee Club 1,3 All
Girls' Choir 2g Senior Y-Teens
3, 43 Y-Teens Y.A.W.A.C.A. Con-
ference 23 F.'1'.A. 33 Honor So-
ciety 43 Cuyahogan Staff 4, Un-
derclassman Editor3 Swimming.
horseback riding, Rainbow, "rod-
ding around with the lVl.G.'s',
slumber parties, boys. Sill.
To drive Nan's delivery
truck 3 to always be happy
and have many friends.
Girls' Junior Glee Club 1, 21
Senior Glee Club 33 A Cap-
pella Choir 43 Y-Teens 1, 2,
3, 43 Booster 1, 3, 43 Godey Club
33 Aqua Debs 43 Swimming,
having fun with the girls. Lin-
To help keep the black
Model airplanes. Arlene. Craw-
To successfully complete
four years of college.
Booster Club 3. 43' Godey Club
3, 4, Publicity Chairman 43 Jun-
ior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens
3, 43 Clee Club 13'Office Staff
43 N.F.L. 43 Cuyahogan Staff
43 Theme Committee3 Sports, en-
joying life. - Grant.
To be an engineer and get
Key Club 2 3 43 Baseball 3, 43
Keeping the Hlllavk llomlf' run-
ning, sports. Crawford.
,, :. . ifliiif'
'W - f Z
To find a career in which
I'll be happy and useful.
Junior Girls' Glee Club 13 Senior
Girls' Glee Club 3. 43 Junior
Foreign Affairs Council 1g Jun-
ior Y-Teens 1, 23 Senior Y-Teens
3. 43 Y-Teen lnterclub Council,
Treasurer 43 Booster 2, 3, 43
Latin Club 2. 3. 4. Vice-l'resi-
dent 2, President 3. B.W. Club
3, 4, Secretary 33 Four Square
3, 43 National Honor Society 3,
43 Thespians 3, 43 Junior Class
Play 33 National Forensic
League 2. 3, 4. President 43
French Club 3. 4. Secretary-
Treasurer 43 Aqua Debs 43 Stu-
dent Librarian 3. 4, Office As-
sistant 43 Cuyahogan Staff 43
Sports. Rainbow, parties, having
fun, talking. Grant.
To be a good housewife and
make a certain perso n
Cooking, sewing. Northampton.
WEBB, RALPH I
To own a machine shop.
Pistol team. Crawford.
To attend college and to
make friends of everyone.
to be a success in my life's
German Club 13 Hi-Y Club 2, 3,
4, Secretary 3. Historian 4g Jun-
ior Optimist 2. 3, 4, Chaplain 3,
Thespians 2. 3. 43 Radio Club
4g Boys' Glee Club 1, 23 Junior
Class Play 33 Yearbook Staff 4.
Photographerg Amateur radio,
bowling, golf. pizza. Grant.
To go to Kent State for four
years and end up a happily
married school teacher.
Booster Club 13 Y-Teens 1, 43
Glee Club 13 All Girls' Choir
23 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Y.F.C.
1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 23 H.A.
Preston 43 Aqua Debs 4g Swim-
ming, music, skating, doing no-
To become a teacher.
Junior Council of Foreign Affairs
13 H.A. Preston 2. 3. 4, Secretary
2. President 33 German Club 1,
2, 3. 43 National Forensic League,
2, 3. 4. Treasurer 43 National
Honor Society 3. 43 Girls' ,Iunior
Glee Club lg All Girls' Choir 23
A Cappella Choir 3. 4: Senior
Y-Teens 3g Music. church work,
sports. Zion Lutheran School,
WEST. HUGH BRIAN
To attend college and make
a million dollars when I
take over my father's Chev-
Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3. Sec-
retary 43 Rifle l. 2. 3. 4: Glee
Club 1. 2: A Cappella Choir 3.
43 Falls Hi-Y llranch Council.
Secretary and Treasurer 43 De-
molay. boats. old cars. Silver
To make my parents proud
of me and to live a happy
and successful life.
Junior Y-Teens 1. 2g Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4: H.A. Preston. Na-
tional Thespians. Glee Club 1. 23
Le Cercle Francais. Booster Club.
Senior Class Play: Making others
happy. music. acting up with the
C-R-A-Z-Y girls. eating
pizza. a certain R.W.F., boys.
being happy and most of all, be-
ing good. Silver Lake.
To finally decide what I
want to be and become it
before 1 get a chance to
change my mind.
Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Y-
Teens l. 2. Centennial Chairman
23 Junior Girls' Glee Club 13
All Girl Choir 23 A Cappella
Choir 3. 4: Latin Club 2g
Your Square 4: Cabinet 43
Senior Y-Teens 3. -I. Publicity
4: Tiger Tales Staff 43 Aqua
Delis 43 Rotlding around with
Pat in the official NLG. bomb,
slumber parties. swimming. bowl-
ing. horseback riding. Silver
To be a professional dancer.
Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4: llooster 2,
3. 43 Godey 43 Girls' Glee Club
1: Aqua Debs 43 Swimming and
eating pizza with the girls.
To keep Cochran from put-
ting out Hobby's grass fires.
German Club I: Cars. parties
girls. G.E.T.S.W.A.G. Grant.
To be useful in whatever
career I embark upon.
Y-Teens I. 2. 3. fl-1 Choir Direc-
tor 23 Ilooster 2. 3. 4: Godey 4:
Aqua llebs 4: Girls' Glee Club
13 All Girls' Choir 2: A Cap-
pella Choir 3. Ll-3 Sports, pizza
"Squirts." boys. music. rotldingf
. .. 7
around. having a ball. Sill.
To go to college and be a
bugologist, make lots of
Glee Club I. 2: Junior Optimist.
Treasurer I: German Club 13
Collecting odd things. having fun.
eating pizza pie, and working
on cars. Sill.
To have a career in the Air
To become a Slate Highway
Basketball l. ZZ. 3. 4: Football l.
2: Golf I: Talking to Nlr.
Peebles and getting a kick out
of what he says. Sill.
WILSON. LINDA LEE
To be a nurse and airline
stewardess, to find out what
Booster l, 2, 3. 4, ,lunior Y-
Teens 1, 2, Senior Y-Teens 3,
4, Four Square 3, 4, Treasurer
3, Aqua Delis 4, Tiger Tales 4,
Glee Club 1, All Girls' Choir 2,
Junior Y-Teen Basketball Team
1, Office Assistants 2, 3, 4,
F.N.A. 4, Rodding around with
the lVI.G.'s, slumber parties, rid-
ing with Pat in the Official M.G.
Bomb, Golfing, swimming. horse-
back riding, eating, and Geneva-
Get my M.R.S. degree and
become his private secretary.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster 3,
4, Girls, Junior Glee Club 2,
Girls' Senior Glee Club 3, Godey
3, 4, Having George teach me
how to play golf, George, the
gang. Nlr. McClanahan's pro-
To go to college and find it.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards Council
1, Student Council 1, Hi-Y 1,
Twilighters 1, Orchestra 1, 2,
Swing Band 1, 2, Dance Bands,
Joyce, Jinfs Model A. Portage
To be a successful private
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2,
Booster l, 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms
2, National Forensic League 1,
2, 3, Recording Secretary 2,
Cuyahogan Staff 4, National
Honor Society 4, Dating Dick
and having a good time with
Jackie and the girls after school
hours, Pfeiffer, Akron.
To get my diploma from
.lean Motz's kindergarten
for Les Wheatley.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3,
4, Sports, fixing cars, making
money, playing football, Broad.
xg - - Q get
Legal secretary. to be a suc-
cess and make the most of
.Iunior Y-Teens 1, 2, Senior Y-
Teens 3, 4, Godey 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 4, Office Assistant
3, 4, Driving, eating, sports, hav-
ing fun with the gang, Lincoln.
WOHLFORD, BETTY LOU
To be a beautician and do
the best I know how.
Glee Club 1, 2, Listening to re-
cords and having fun. Grant.
WOOD, DENNY L.
To go to college and have
my own business.
Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2,
Hunting and football, Buokhan-
non High School Buckhannon.
To become a private secre-
tary for a handsome boss
with a well balanced lap.
Junior Y-Teens 1, 2, Secretary 2,
German Club 1, Senior Y-Teens
3, 4, Executive Committee 3, 4,
Junior Prom Queen 3, Student
Council 3, 4. Corresponding
Secretary 3, Booster Club 3, 4,
Tiger Den Board 3, Secretary 3,
Aqua Debs 4, Riding around in
the M.G. bomb, slumber and
pizza parties, swimming and at-
attempting to horseback ride,
Make the best of my new
car and my new car the
Rifle Club, Wrestling, Football
1, Boys' Glee Club, Cars, Boats,
Go to college and be an
Photography. eating, collecting
things, Broad School.
To follow the straight and narrow path of
At Garfield-Y.F.C. 2. 3, 4-3 A Cappella Choirg
Booster Club 2. 35 Symphonic Choir 2, 33 Or-
chestra l, Band 2. 3, Pan American League 1,
25 President Representative 1, 2, 3g Y-Teens 1,
2g Blue-Tri 35 Bowling Club 1, 2, Librarians
Club 1, 2, Attending Y.F.C. and the mad times
with the gang at my houseg Garfield High.
To be a big time race driver in stock cars.
Having fun and dating! Sill School.
To become an Elvis Pressley
Girlsg Sill School.
Being an officer in the Army and Minister.
Nature and Forestry: Sill School.
To be a math teacher or a bookkeeper.
Library Staff 4, Working with electricity. Ports-
mouth High School.
Running a bulldozer.
A Cappella Choir 3. 43 My girl, tinkering with
my car, and fixing roller skates: Sill School.
Highland Junior High.
To run or operate a lumber business
Cars and wood workg Stow High.
Projection Clubg Guns and hunting: North High.
To be a Jet Ace in the Navy.
Working on cars, specialty-putting in transmis
sions and then dropping them again. Lincoln.
To go back to California and go to college.
Letternian's Club. Baseball. Football: Hunting
fishing, baseball. and footballg Mira Costa High
WALLACE, DORIS MAE
To be a professional dancer or a success in
music: to be happy and have a successful
lifeg to meet new friends.
X-Teens l, 233. 4, llooster I. 2. 33 Clee Club 1,
2, 3, 43 Dancing. singing, records: llroad,
Forget . . .
We, the members of the 1957
graduating classes, will always
remember Ronnie and Ray as fine classmates. Both boys shared
our interest in school activities-Ronnie as a member of the
Wrestling Team and Ray as a member of the Junior Optimists. Their
sudden deaths were a shock to us, but they will always remain a
part of the memories of o h'v
ur ich school days.
Upper Ten Percent
Siffing, Leif m Righlg Ronald Searle, lhnill llullwn. Val .I1-kkuls. lhmulll
llurnes. llirfk Spcwsurll. llznial Surver, Slmuling: Nliriam llueleller. 'Nlurvic
flllglllllliilll. .lllllilh Walker. ,luunn lxlllfgllll. Killllf Xustin. Xlnrilyn Wnmly
Elaine Heiser, Marilyn Wells. llarluuru 'l'l1mnwn.
Sflffllg. Lell In Right: llivlmrll Nlelll. Klum Nillllllllll. llalxinl Nelson. llulu
llrunrlul. .lim Nliller. Slfznrlinyz llelsey Nl:-lfmnlux. 'Nlurilyn llunsun, lmi-
Huwalll. Liane Van Nuy. llr-len ill'L1Nt'hIlllll'lll. ,lf-an UIQ-nny. .luyvc llupp. ,lu
Anne Kingclmu, Mary llerclriuu. ,lulie Sluup. liureeu Pluillipe,
Recognition Night . . .
Randal Miller receives the coveted
George A. Pinkerton Manhood award
from Mr. Howard Saurer. Dean of
Recognition Night is a tradition-studded ceremony held each
commencement to honor those Cuyahoga Falls High 'School grad-
uates who have been outstanding in the various .high school pur-
suits. In a sense. of course. all those who have met the require-
ments for graduation are honored M hut this is an attempt to
single out and honor those students who have attained the highest
standards of achievement in recognized areas of school leadership.
Unfortunately, we are unable to make mention of all students
who received awards. These pictures. however. portray some of
the high-lights of the June. 1956 Recognition Night ceremony.
Leadership award winners. J im Cm. Carol Sue Carper is shown receiving the
gory and Sheila Mulcahy, pose with Rowena ROSS W0m8nh00d U'0PhY ff'-'m
the traditional Student Council trophy. theivean Of Gifls- Mrs- Elizabeth Ellis-
T011 Right: Nanry Oldham displays her well-deserved
Boofter Club trophy, a token of appreciation for her ef-
forts as the outstanding Falls High booster.
ljefzrer Right: Jerry Davis and Barbara Mitchell. Dan-
torth Foundation Award winners.
Lower Right: Marsha White. winner of the Welker-Lee
xlf'Ill'll'lLll Scholarship. whivh is worth seventy five dollars
toward college expenses.
Lower Left: Paul Chapman accepts the Bausch-Lomb
Svienve Award and congratulations from Mr. Clarence
Hinkle, science instructor.
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Carol Dillehunt. Ann Donaldson. Row Five: Susan Evans,
Suzanne Faris, Yvonne Farmer. Carole Ferder. Wilma Foland,
Jackie Foster, Susan Calehouse, Rosemary Catian, Jan
Margaret Gleeson. Row Six: Bonnie Clenny, ldamae
Nancy Gray, Lynne Green. Edna Hamilton, Lynn Hauprich, Mar-
tha Henderson. Judy Hewitt, Anna Hobday, Carole Jean Hol-
comb. Row Seven: Nancy Hood, Debbie Hopper. Ruth Hopper,
Cheryl Housley, Elaine Howell, Nancy Huber, Carolyn Huff,
Patricia Hutchinson. Ann Hylton, Beverly Jordan. Row Eight:
Judy Jordan, Nona Jorn, Kathy Kaser, Cay Keys, Blanche Kline,
Sandra Kline, Nancy Koch, Judy Koza, Judie Krupp, Nancy Kyle.
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Radford. Row Fire: Marjorie Rafos. Sandra Ranefeldt. Marcia
Rauch, Judy Recliner, Karen Reichert. Gillian Reid. Sandra
Reid. Elizabeth Reynolds, Margie Reynulds. Relbevva Rim-h
ardson. Row Six: Anne Ridgley, Janet Rinehart. liar-
liara Ruop. Judy Ruff. Pat St'llHllllll'il. Alargaret Svliuen-
stein. Charlotte Selmer. Sue Se-nter. lrene Sll6Ilt'l'. Sharon
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Sinclair. Sandra Skidmore. Nanvy Smith. Wendy Stanifortll,
Millie Stein. Sally Steinlxauer. Karen Taylor. lletty Thomas,
Row Eight: Jacqueline Towles. Pat Tuvker. Leona Viering.
Louise Viering, Carul Vinciguerra. Judith Warner. Barbara Wat-
kins, Pauline Weaver, Sandra Weisheit. Nancy Wendt.
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Judith Wiley. Ruth Willett, Nydia Williams. Joyce Williamson.
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Ab Allen. Tom liahr. Row Four: llarry Anderson. .lan Raldwin.
Harry Berk. Charles Beckman, Dennis Bennett. Woody Benson,
Charles Diggs. Ron Rlavkerlmy, Robert Donnell. Tom llonstelle.
Row Fire: Allen Rott. Donald Box. Dennis llragg. Tommy Bruno.
Tom Burk, James Butcher, Alan Butler. Roliert Caldwell. Roll-
and Cameron. Allen Carey. Row Six: .lim Carey. Kurt Cessna.
Tom Chalioudy, .lerry Chamlmliss. llill Cleland. Philip Clepper.
Cordon Cochrane. Roh Coggflvill. Roger Cooke, Duncan Creed.
Row Seifert: Olixer DeLong. ,lim Dennis. Robert Deryrk. Rolmert
Dewey. William lilisliro, Craig Duer. David Dunstan. Harold Dutt.
,Iavk Edmund. Howard Edwards. Row Eight: Keith Erlz. Carl
Farinacei, Richard Fieldson, Hal Folk. .lames Fox. Roliert
Franchi, Ronnie Freudeman, .lack Fuvlis. .loseph Calamlios. Dave
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John Halleck, Steve Harman, Rick Hartman. Row Three: Stan
Haude, Dave Hauff, Jon Held, Ted Hendricks, Robert Hilbish.
Row Four: Donald Hinkle, John Hobday, Terry Holsinger, Doug
Houck, Jerry Hughes, Al Jacobs, Douglas Jacobson, Bob Jaeck,
Jerry Johnson, Jim Johnson. Row Five: Al Johnston, Harry Kal-
lmaugh, Thomas Kaser, Larry Keener, John Kellog, Bill Kempton.
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Leroy Le Fever, John Lemke. Row Semfn: Tom Letzler.
Lewis, Dave Llewellyn, George Loveless, Jim Lukos
Lusk, John McBeath, Allan McCaulley, Javk Mc'Clan
McCormick. Row Eight: Dennis McGill,'Tom McNally,
Mace, Michael Manning, Ronald Manson, Tom
Messina, Bob Meyer, Larry Middour. George Miller.
And On With
IIA Row One, Left to Right: Michael Miller, Noel Mills, Lee Minier,
Clayton Morris, Brent Nickol, Robert Noland, Ned Oliver, John
Patterson, William Proctor, William Ralston, Row Two: Robert
Randall, Ray Norman, David Rettinger, Larry Riffle, Tom Robb:
Tom Romito, Bruce Rounds, Terry Ryan, Bill Sanderson, Bob
Saunders. Row Three: Michael Schadl, Doug Scherer, George
Schneckburger, Jerry Selby, Paul Shearer, Kenneth Slama, Ken-
neth Smith, Bill Stafford, .lames Stalder. Carl Stevens. Row Four:
Bob Stewart, Dean Taylor, Ronald Taylor, Ronald Thayer, David
Travers, Dave Usher, George Waliga, Dean Walters, Tom Wat-
son, David Weisel. Row Five: Jerry Welty, ,lon Williams, Jack
Wilson, I im Wormald, Stan Yukevich.
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Row One, Left to Right: Elizabeth Baechel, Judith Coleman,
Dorothy Moore, Betty Pendland, Donald Beal, Ellery Bergstrom.
Row Two: Dave Cook, Ron Heck, Dick Malson, Joe Markulis,
John Pulley, Mike Richard, Paul Roese, Richard Shaw, Arthur
Thomas, Gerald Wise.
Rnw One, Left to Right: Nancy Arnold, Bonnie
Aiken, Berky Ashworth. Opal Anderson. Row
Two: Elizabeth llarvon. Donna Allen. Pat Biss-
ler, Mona Bartley. Row Tlzrfwz Gayle Atkinson,
Carol Beal, Carol Adamson. Ann Benefield. Di-
Row 01112 Lllft to Right!
Charlene- Rlikle. Patricia
Burnette. Joyce Bowen. Mar-
garet Brouse. Row Two:
Marsha llussard, Carol Bow-
man. Jurly Bond. Ellen
Buchanan. Row Three: Linda
Burton. Diane Braghieri, Pa-
tricia llryant. ,lean Brown.
Row One, Left Io Right: Silwyl Butler. Karen
Cotton, Dale Calnpluill. Maureen Carmedy,
Clenrla Chrisholm. Rou' Two: Judy Cairn.,
Mary Cooper, Sara Clites. Patrivia Cotter. Loretta
Calise. Row Three: Bonny Cralmbe. Gloria
Clair, Sharon Caesar, Joanne Cirullo.
Row 0110, Left to Right: Ruth
Crawford. Sandy Earley. Patri-
cia Dreyer. Lois Dennen, Cathy
Dillehunt. Row Two: Peggy De-
Hart. Janet Donson. Marlene
Cramer. Gwen Edwards, Delma
Daugherty. Row Three: Barbara
Elliott. Sandra Davis. Darlene
Crabtree, Linda Dodd, Laura
Faris, Audrey Duffy.
Row 01112 Left to Right: Wil-
helmena Haynes, Ethel Holt.
Lynn Hessebart. Jane Hartle.
Row Two: Edna Hickin, Alice
Haught. Sonja Hicks. Virginia
Hawk. Clendora Hedrick. Row
Three: Kay Haudenchild, Linda
Gunther. Mary Jo Hayden. Dar-
Row 01111, Left to Right: Elea-
nor Fin1'h..Jane Goodyear, Vir-
ginia Gaylord, Judith Folk, Shir-
ley Fisher. Row Two: Marcia
Gilmore, Dolores Francis, Nancy
Green, Patricia Favalon. Row
Thrfv: Alice Frandsen. Judy
Fulsmn. Janet Calloway, .lac-
queline Foster, Kathryn Feucht.
Row One, Left to Right: Cheryl
Karres. Raedeen Kepler, Patri-
cia Jordan, Patricia Klingen-
smith. Norma Hyde. Row Two:
JoAnn Hunnell, Norma Hunt,
Judy Jackson, Mary Jones. S811-
dra Hurd. Row Three: Judith
Hall, ,ludith Klett, Carol Kandi-
ko. Frances Johnson, .ludith
Row One. Left to Right: Bar-
bara Landis. Judy Lord, Dolly
LaSalle. llolly LoCascio, Deanna
Korenke. Row Two: .lean
Lawrence. Janet Lyon. Sara
Kraus. Diane Lapolla. Row
Thrvv: Gail Large. Karen Kult-
ler. Peggy Knisely. Sally Kroe-
ger. Peggy Lane.
Row One, Leif! to Right: Faye
Morehouse. Nora Lynne Pearve.
Karen Peterson. llarlmara Os-
born. lletly Momly. Row Two:
Marilyn Nlillvr. Judith Nesbitt.
Joan Morris. Nlary lk-th Miller.
Joyce Mosier. Hou' Three: Mari-
lyn Nam-arroxs. Carol Miller.
Becky Noland, Ellen Moore.
Row One. Left to Right: Janet
Mc'Lean. .loyve Martin. Arlene
M1-Williams. Caylene McAllister,
Marilynn McWilliams. Row Two:
Elizabeth Maguire. Kathy MCA
Donald. liarlwara Marshall, Betty
Marton, Madeline Mclntire. Row
Three: Joyve Mason. Janice MC-
Clothlin. Jean Miller, Judy Mr'-
Daniel. Nancy McDaniel.
Row Unv. Left to Right: Judy
Rabor, Jean Portwood. Lou
Pyers. Charolette Price. Row
Two: Mm-rua Popovivh, Judy
Pugh. llarlmara Pulley. Carol
Rainey. Jan l'fau. Row Thrvv:
Nancy Rakivh. lla Reininger.
Joy Puraty. lionnie Popovivh.
Row One. Left to Right: Mary
Ellen Rock. Diane Sauerhrey.
Lynn Sechrist, Anne Scofido,
Pat Svmler. Row Two: Lois
Roberson. .lavkie Hoavh. Carlyn
Robinson. Mary Sack, Lois
Sechler. Row Tlzrcvz Paula Ries.
Diane Hit-h, ,lurly Roop, Mary
Rettinger. Martha Rettinger.
Row Une, Left to Right: Donna
Tate. Faye Thurshy, Lynn Tad-
lock. Monny 'Sutphen. Row
Two: ,loan Johnson. Barbara
WHQIIHF. Cay Tedrick, Darlene
Vukoder. .lanet Thompson. Row
Thrre: Elizabeth Thomas, Carol
Thoman. Kathleen Trettel, Sus-
Row Omg Lefl In Right: Linda
Ann Smith. Sue Stinaff. Jurlv
Strasser. Anna Simms. Row Two:
Barbara Simmons. Alice Smith,
Linda Lee Smith, Julie Short,
Joyce Shultz. Row Threw: Jean-
ette Stasiak, Frances Snepko
Diane Fhrimplin. Karen Stahl.
Row One, Left to Right: Monty
Williams, Nancy Woy, Anne
Wagstaff. Barbara Warman.
Kathleen Weiser. Row Two:
Carol Williams. Carolyn Zinn,
,lean Weisel, Patricia Weitzel,
Sue Zarle. Row Three: Rirharfl
Baldan, Lois Young, Deborah
Warrell. ,Ioan Wilson, Alice
Weidinan, .lames Soos.
Row Une. Left lo Right: Luke
Bergslroni. Robert Aubele. Da-
vid Berks. Don Basone, James
Ashworth. Ron' Tivo: Cale Babb,
James Ayotte. Rivhard Bird,
Ronnie Ankney. Row Three:
Wayne Betz. William Barnes.
Don Bartlow. Vinvent Beath.
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Collies. xx-illlillll lilmrvul. llaxid
Claudepicrre. llonnld Cole. Rolf
Two: lfddie Clark. Charley
Carr. Larry Cool. Ron' Threw:
Vvillizun Cooper. George Chris-
tian, llavid Cohlm.
Rau' Une. Lvjr to Right: James
Bode. ,lay llirmingham. Ted
Blihs, 'Nlike Brouse. Rlf'll2'll'Il
Bond. Ron' Tivo: Edward Boss.
Boli Bruno. Toni Cady. Steve
Bonilacio. Row Thrve: Harold
Camplwll. Doug Bossen. Terry
Bookman. .lake Boggs. Bill
Row Unix Lvl! to Riglifz Wayne
Lnnninglunn. I'anl Davis. Don
Elkins. Rivhard llally. Row Two:
Tlioinaf Davia. Holme-rt llncoty.
Robert flrmnie. Kenneth Esvhli-
man. Hou' Tlirvv: Neal Delnay.
Jerry Dennison. Jerry Darnerow.
Row One, Left to Right: Art
Fritch, Roland Gates, Jack
Forshey, Dick Finch. Row Two:
Dick Franchi, John Frecka,
Ronny France, Dick Fisher, Jim
Field. Row Three: Willis Fickey,
Dave Evans, Dave Fishhack,
Row One, Left to Right: James
Humm, Roger Hower, Ray
Hodge, James Jeffery. Row Two:
Bruce Jackson, John Hyde,
Jeffrey Hoogerhyde, Richard
Jenkins. Row Three: Peter
Hughs, Robert Johnson, David
Jones, Victor Ing, Stephen Jones.
Row One, Left tn Right: James
Gilkey, Ken Griffith, Donald
Heflin. Jim Harrigan. Row Two:
Richard Gilbert, Steven Glaze,
Robert Henry, William German,
Richard Geul. Row Three: Bob
Gilkey, William Hendershot.
Gene Hemrick, David Harrah.
Row Une, Left to Right: David
Knopp, Donald Krizo, Monty
Kiracofe, William Knights, Dick
Klingenhagen. Row Two: Gerald
Laudermild, John Kostelnik,
Richard Knight, George Kelly,
John Lee. Row Three: Ray
Lance, Orin Keplinger, John
Leasor, William Keller, Paul
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Row One: David Shalyino, John Zeller. Douglas
Wood, David Schmidt. Thomas Repoik. Row
Two: Charles Wilkinson, Michael Williams,
Fred Von Thaer, Carl Wells, Cary Walteiilmaugli,
Steve Worley. Row Thrfw: Douglas White,
George White, Edward Wallace, Daniel Vitale,
Mike Whitlock, Larry Wagner.
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hold, Tom Roderick, Bruce Rogers, Fred Schaffert, Larry Shaffer. Row Two: Richard Shep
herd Ronald Shultz, Frank Stark, John Stark, Bill Stebbins, Lester Strong, Amel Taylor, Ernest
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Row 0tLc1 Kathy Anderson. Mary Aust, Barbara Barlett, Judie
Bordenkircher. Janc Burns. Row Two: Linda Bussard, Mary
Case. Melissa Cate. Nlargie Cohle. Charlett Cool. Row Three:
Carole Croslxy. Ann Daugherty. Jeanette Davis. Shirley Deiss.
Sandy Delada. Row Four: Sandra Diven, Janet Dotson, Kath-
leen Duggar. Barbara Dunlevy. Patricia Dunlevy. Jo Ann Edwards.
Ursula Elsass. Carol Englehart. Julie Feiler. Patty Ferrell. Row
Five: Patricia Fiordi. Patty Fox, Karen Gaskins, Jo Ann
Graham. Caryl Hardy. Nancy Hodges. Jo Ann Jeffers, Carolyn
Johnson, Judie Jones. Linda Jones. Row Six: Janet Keller.
Elizabeth l.epp. Karen Lockhart. Varen Lowrey, Jeri Mace.
Janie McEilhaney, Janet McGuckiu. Sally Mettee, Jo Ann Miles,
Brenda Moon. Row Seven: Nan Mosteller, Carol North. Karen
Pfeiffer. Sharon Pieczynski, Pat Politz, Susan Purdy. Bonnie
Raher. Jan Richards. Alice Rinker. Mollie Rohertshaw. Row
Eight: Marian Salmon. Nancy Simon. Sandra Snyder. Merry
Stanovic. Elkn Taylor, Alice Trowbridge. Sally Vough, Gail
Walker. Judy Weir, Shirley Wyant.
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Row One: ,ludy Zimmerman, Erik Akins, Karl Albertson, Bob
Archer. Bob Atkinson. Row Two: Ronald Beale, Larry Beck.
Carl Becker, Steve Bonifacio, Michael Briefs. Row Three:
Mark Brown. Richard Bullock, Thomas Bush. ,lim Cantrell.
Dave Chapman. Row Four: Mike Clary. Edward Cross, Curt
Cunningham. Tom Dennis, Wayne Deryck, Anthony Ditirro.
,lim Dixon. .leff Drummond, Fred Edick, Ray Edwards. Row
Five: Kenneth Erb. .lohn Felice. Dave Ferguson. Donald
Ferrell. Eddie Finch, Robert Fleming. Richard Fox, Fred Ger-
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hart. Bob Creathouse, Larry Hafer. Row Six: Richard Hart
Paul Heme, Pete Hitler, Bob Hope. Vernon Houck, .lohn Hun-
ter, .lerry Jeter, Greg Kannel, John Keefe, Tom Kneiley. Row
Seven: Tim Kenel, Carl Iiemke. Vernon Letzler, Tim Llewellyn,
,lim Lowe. Bruce Mclntosh, Jack Marsteller, .lim Maryanski,
Tom Matthews, Tom Mattis. Row Eight: Steve Miller, Wayne
Morris, Ralph Moyer. Larry Myers, Thomas Norby, Bill.O1dharn.
Fred Oliver, David Palovick, Gary Pavelzik, Terry Pendleton.
Row One: Mary Beth Miller, Loni White, Wanda Nye,
Linda Leonard, Julie Sloop, Dorthy Moore, Mary Lou
Wilson. Row Two: Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Shaffert, Martha
Henderson, Bill Oldham, Fred Leffler, Jahn Lewis, Rich-
ard Night, Nancy Brooks, Marlene Wright. Row Three:
OFFICERS: Don Cole, Mike Ostergard, Bill Disbro, Standing.
Martha Henderson, Linda Leonard.
Bob Archer, Bill Disbro, Chuck Beckman, Michy Gregory,
Ray Lance, Grenn Sampson, .lake Boggs. Row Four:
Don Cole, Karl Hilgert, Bill Helming, Dick Ferrell, Tom
Smith, Mike Ostergard, John Hearty.
Student Council, one of the most in-
fluencial and active school organizations,
works to promote a Better understanding
and co-operation between the faculty and
the student body. The number of repre-
sentatives is proportional to the size of
each class and members are chosen by their
classmates- Election to the ranks is one
of the highest honors and responsibilities
that can come to a student.
Its many worthwhile activities this year
included the Christmas canned good drive,
assisting at open house programs, selling
mums at the Homecoming Dance, school
clean-up, sending representatives to state
and National conventions, sponsoring the
leadership award and originating the
Akron Student Council.
Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Shaffert are the ad-
visors of Student Council.
Spring Officers: President, Mike Oster-
gardg Vice-President, Tom Smith: Corre-
sponding Secretary, Wanda Nyeg Treas-
urer, Bill Disbrog Recording Secretary,
Martha Henderson? Parliamentarian, Don
National Honor ooiety
Row Une: Mary Perdriau, Sue Calehouse. Robin White,
Carol Vinciguerra. Sue Drake. Jean Clenny, Miriam Hos-
tettler. Marcia Chapman. Lois Howald. Row Two: Pat
Myers. Edna Hamilton, Martha Henderson. Doreen Phil-
lips. Marilyn Stanford. ,ludy Walker, ,Iulie Sloop. Elaine
Heiser. Erika Wendt, Kathy Austin. Marcia Medkeff.
Row Three: Eugene Hoover. Betsy Mcflombs. Helen
Nlemlierslrip in the National Honor
Society is only obtained by those stu-
dents whose character, service to the
school. leadership and scholastic ability
have been maintained at a high level
during their high school years. Each
member must have a U0 or above aver-
age and keep that average fairly con-
sistent as long as he is associated with
the National Ilonor Society. The Na-
tional constitution limits membership to
ISQI of the l2-A class. IOW of the
I2 - B class. 525 of the II -A class and
35? of the Il-B class. lVIr. C. S.
Howard acts as sponsor of the National
Prcsiflent . . . , ,W .- . ,, .W Don Barnes
VIP?-Pfl'Sl'!lf'Ill . ,- . ,Marcia Chapman
Secretary , W, , .Jean Glenny
Treasurrfr Un -W ,,Dave Hudson
Chaplain -. , Kathryn Austin
Cravesmuehl. Nancy Cray. Sally Steinhauer. Christine Wol-
cott. Lou Ann Achberger. Liane Van Noy. Marilyn Xvoody.
Row Four: Dick Spessard. Val Jekkals. Mike Ustergarrl.
David Hudson. Don Barnes. David Sarver. Larry Pence.
Mr. Howard. Row Five: Doug Hinkle. Mark Goodman.
Herb Knopp, Dick Ferrell, Tim String. John Hearty, Leroy
Le-Fever, Karl Hilgert. Larry Tiffan.
John Hearty, Doreen Phillips. Tim String. ,Indy Walker.
Some of the Wfigersii
6 most enthusiastic boosters
Q belong to Booster Club which
is the largest anfl 'gpcppim-stil group
in our school. lts purpose is to promote
better school spirit. The Honiecoming
Dance, given at the climax ol the football sea-
son anfl the Basketball Dance. which We hold each
spring. are the clulfs two main projects.
Row Une: Barbara Roop. Annalee linfllrlall. Robin Wlllite,
Carol Vinciguerra, Nancy Kyle, Patsy l,eigxhten. Diane llaltz. Sue
liearilen. ,lean llavis. Annette Petron. Row Tim: ,lufly Krupp.
Sharon Alexamler, Sandy Reicl, lflixalrelh Reynolds. Carol Ferfler.
Karen Miller. Barbara Watkins, Sanfly Weisheit. Nlary Ellen
tttsst ,Q .1
Wenger. Row Threw: Karen Miner. Lynn l'lauprir'h. Nyxlia
Williams. Diane Brown, Nancy llell. Nancy Wentlt. Nlartlia
Henderson, Jutly Wiley, Pauline Weaver. Row Four: Mr. ,lame-s.
Lynn Wetzel, Sally Fteinhauer. Pal Tucker. Nancy Coe. Wendi'
Staniforth, Diane Miller, Mrs. Wilhelm.
This year the Booster Club pur-
chased a new football Si'Ul'6l1UHl'il.
Their other varied activites inclucle organ-
izing cheering sections and selling svllool pen-
nants.- lVlrs. Genevieve H. Vllillielm is serving as arl-
visor for Booster Club.
Row 0110: Linda lfantrell, Karen Reiehert. Nunvy Hood, Jackie
Miller, Yvonne llisliop, Virginia Nye. ,lunly Ruff. Sharon Shoaf.
Rau' Two: Sue lluleliouse. Nelda Wilson, Lynn Green. lclamae
GOSllllTIl, Jufly liuiley. lfrlnri Hamilton. Nancy Sinclair, llonnie
Schultz, Pat Lees. Row Threw: Ronnie Rose, Judy Warner,
Carole Wilcox, .lully Kevllner. .lllllj Lyle. Karon Taylor. Wzimla
Nye, Diane Nock. Mike Svlinill. Ron' Four: Mr, ,lilll1f'S, Ken
Rowe, Larry Miclrlour, illiurk Llewellyn. ,lim ,Mi1lersoii. .lim
akieh, Cary Lewis, Dean Walters. Doug llinkle. Nlrs. Wilhelm.
Row One: Mary Perdriau. Lynn Cuy. Judy Hrislinger.
Connie Harris. Carol Griffiths. Sandy Austin. .lean Clenny.
,loan Boser, Connie Jenkins. Wlantla W'ilson, Linda Star-
bird. Pat Elliott. Bonnie Jones. Row Two: Marilyn Ben-
son, Christing Talmadge. Marilyn Stanford. Debliie Reyna
olds. Donna Felnily. Sandra Lutz. Carol Inrh. Pat llusvh,
Sue Williams. Julie Sloop. Judy Walker. Mary Schultz.
Nancy Light. Rosemary lirislinger. Ron' Threw: Judy
Row 01111: Elizabeth Maguire. llarlmara Marshal. Sonja
Hicks. Gwen Edwards. Cathy Anderson. Karen Lockwood,
.lane Buras. Peggy DeHart. lietty Martin. Sue Zarl. Janice
Mvllloughin. Row Two: Sandy llavis. .ludy Roop. Bonnie
Cralmlve. Carole lleale. .lean l'orlwootl. Kay Haudentllilll.
lrene Nluller. Nora Pearve. Karen Stahl. Sharon Caesar,
Carol Enalehart. Row Thrfr: Nlartha Hettinger. Mary
Bradford. Mary Lee Houman. Helen Gravesmuehl, Carol
Hersman, .lo Ann Morgan. Doreen Phillips, Marcia Med-
keff, Marilyn Miller. Mary Lou Wilson. Marilyn Wfoody,
.lavkie Hurr. Linda Morrow. Lois Lauck. Pat Hines, Brenda
Duff. Row Four: Mr. james. Marcia Walton. Kay Shel-
ley. Jo White. Judy Johnson. Kay Robinson. Pat Myers.
Linda Wilstmli. lletsy Mcffonilvs. .lulie Willenliaclier. Liane
Van Noy, Carol Vail. Marlene Wright. Mrs. Wilhelm.
Rettinger. .lean Slaaiali. Sara Kraus. Sue Slinalf. Franves
Johnson. Sue rlqllltlllklllx Ginny llawk. Nanvy Anderson.
Nancy Hakich. Lon Pyers. Run' Four: Mr. .lame-. Lyn
Burton. .laylene ML','Xllister, llat Klingensuiitlt. Delrliy
Worrell. lfllen Taylor. Lynn llessellmart. Diane Lal'olla.
Sandra Snyder. Sally Kroegar. Mrs. Wilhelm.
Raw Une: Diane Raltz. Rubin White. Virginia Nye. Carol Vin-
l ciguerra. Shirley Grange, Marvia Chapman. Jurly Walker. Patsy
Leightnn, Row Two: Marnie Reynolds. Connie Crane, Sue Cale-
house. Wanda Nye. lliAnne Butler. .lumly Lyle, Sally Steinhauer,
Row One: Elizabeth MCQuire. lrene Muller, Christina Wolcott,
Nancy Gray. Pat Lees. Nancy Hood. Karen Miller. Mary Jane
Bryers. Row Two: Noel Mills. Sharon Shoal, Cheryl Karres. Mary
.lo Hayden, Carol Kundigo, Sara Kraus. Laura Farris, Jane Ash-
Nanry Bell. Karen Taylor. Row Thrwv: Mr-. lligutt, Laura
Marshall. Liane VanNuy, Carl Fariuacvi. Tum Kleluy. Tim String.
Dick Conn, Bob Jaeck.
l1r00k. Lynne Green. Row Tlzrvv: Mrs. Pigutt. Caylc-ne Mm'Allis-
ter, Leroy l,eFever. Pat Jordan. Nurnie Pierre. l.ynn Hesselliart.
Dale Campbell. Lou Pyers.
Row One: Mary Perdriau, Carol Hersman, Marilyn Stan-
ford, Shirley Kittle, Judy Krupp, Janet Lyon, Judy Weir
Julie Sloop, Shirley Grange, Carol Williams. Row Two:
Mrs. Rausch. Dehliie Reynolds, Doreen Phillips. Carol
Phillips, Kay Roliinson, Judy McDaniels. Joan Wilson.
Mollie Rohertshaw, Ellen Taylor, Mrytle Stull, Betty Myers,
Judy Walker. Row Three: Don Barnes, Fred Leffler.
Scott Lingo. Row Four: Bill Dixon, Jaek Rutherford,
The purpose of German Club is to further the
German language among those who are truly in-
terested in it.
Their activities this past year included roller
skating. ice skating, and swimming parties, and
sponsoring a banquet.
OFFICERS: President, Stan Haude: Vive-President, Jack
Doyle: Secretary, Edna Hamilton: Treasurer, Save Cale-
The French Club, "Le Cercle Francais." was formed
to give interested French students a better understanding
of the language, customs. and people of France.
In addition to their monthly husiness or social meeting.
this group sponsored an after game dance and presented
a play at Christmas.
All their activities are guided hy their advisor Mrs.
OFFICERS: President, Bill Dixon: Vicevllresident, Mary
Perdriau, Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Walker.
Row Une: Mr. Nau, Dave Evans, Dorothy Dick, Nancy
Wenrlt. Judy Zimmerman, Edna Hamilton, Barbara Wat-
kins, Deanne Korenke. Jean Davies. Judy Pfau, Nona Jorn.
Row Two: Jim Fox, Dave Halehouse, Charles Bonstelle,
John Moore. ,lim Collier, Mike Searl, Pete Hughes, Karen
Cotton, Martha Henderson, Erika Wendt.
F. N. A.-J . Optimist
The membership of Future Nurses of America is
drawn from students in grades 10. 11. and 12. lts pur-
pose is to arouse interest in nursing and its allied fields.
The club members assist in the nurseis room with
physicals and visual and hearing tests. Many of the
girls volunteer their services at the Health Center and
help administer polio shots.
'llheir other actixities include sponsoring a party
at the Children's Home and singing Christmas carols
at the Old Folks Home.
Mrs. Jackson. the school nurse. is the advisor of
Future Nurses of America.
First Row: Bill Franke. ltill Loeher. Mike Searl, Dave
Calehouse. Dick Knox, liill Dtsliro. Bolt Saunders. Second
Row: Xlr. Watson. Roger Ricks. Dick Conn, Duncan
Creed, Paul Root. l'ete Larsen. liuml Emerson. Third Row:
Fred Weil. Winston Anderson. Stan Haude. Fourth Row:
John Curtis. ,lim Anderson. .lim DeHart.
First Rmc: Mary ,lane ltryers. llarhara Wlatkins, Nancy
Howl. Millie Sleili- .ludy llailey. Karen Reichert. Santlv
Reid- Sanllb' liilllls. .loan lloser. .lean tllenny. Norma llvcle.
Karen Miller. Second Row: Ann liidgley. Opal Aniler-
son. Delma Daugherty. Nelda Wilson. .lean Nalencz. .ludy
Pfau. Mary Ann Miller. Marcia tfhapman. lion ,-tim A4-li
herger. Judy Allen. Thin! Row: .lane .-tshhrook, juily
Kola, Nona Jorn. Lois Howald. Mary Schultz. .ludy Nlcllan-
iels, .loyue MEF-UU. Joan Wilson. Karen Peterson. Fourth
Row: Jean Miller, Darlene tlralitree. Kay Roliinson.
Nancy Cray. Rosemary lirislinger. Fifth Row: Nancy
Bacon, Carol Phillips, Sandra Hanefeltlt. Karen Stahl.
Paula Ries, Julia Short.
The ,luhior Optimist Cluli. with the help and in-
struction of lVlr. William Watson and the Senior Opti-
mist Cluh. is one of the many hots' cluhs at Falls High.
its purpose is to create an understanding lietwccn
the lioys in thc cluli and to promote leadership and
friendship. The cluh has many projects some ol which
are providing ushers lor the lootliall games and thc
haskethall games. sponsoring one of the after game
dances. and making a scraphook which shows the pro-
gress of the cluh during the year.
The Senior Optimists Cluh. which is nationally
known. is very active and helpful in providing recreation
for the club mcmhers. It has proxided tickets for the
members of the cluh for sporting and other events.
The aim and desire of Key Club is
to develop initiative and leadership, to
provide experience in living and work-
ing together, to serve the school and
community, and to accept and promote
the constitutional objectives of Kiwanis
Boys in the tenth, eleventh, and
twelfth grades with scholastic ability,
good character, and leadership ability,
Row Une: Tom Buck, Karl Hilgert. Dave Sarver. Row Two: Bruce Carey. are eligible for membership-
lVlr. Drews serves as the club advisor.
Row One: John Lewis, Bill Stafford, Cary Tompkin. ,lim Hawkins, John MrBe1h. Bob
Ducoty, Bill Sanderson, Tom Buck, Bruce Carey, Doug Jacolrson, David Sarver. Bob
Jaeck. Row Two: Al Johnson, David Hudson, Jack Archer, Don Weisel. Cordon Haas,
Bill Shafer, Bob Starkey, Neal Delnay, Ron Manson. Dick Spessard, George Cooper.
Row Three: Tom Turley, ,lack McClanahan, Duncan Creed, Curt lVlcCluskey, Jim
Shelley, Ken Gluck, Larry Hecky, Mr. Drews. Row Four: Donald Cole, Tom Smith,
Ted Hendricks, Jim Anderson. Row Five: Tim String, Karl Hilgert.
The Hi-Y club is a service organi-
zation which which seeks to aid the
school hy selling football programs,
passing out schedule cards, sponsoring
the Christmas assembly and in co-opera-
tion with Y-Teens presenting an Easter
The purpose of the Hi-Y club is to
create. maintain. and extend through-
out the community and school high
standards of Christian character. The
four planks of its platform are clean
speech. clean living. clean scholarship,
and clean sportsmanship.
Hi-Y draws its memhers from sopho-
more. junior. and senior hoys. Candi-
dates for membership must memorize
the first and the twenty-third Psalms.
the Lord's Prayer. and the Ten Com-
Mr. Howard Saurer serves as the club
Row Une: Chaplain, lloug Scherer: President, Nlikv Ustergiarmlz Tl'l'ilrllltl lo in
Curtis. Row Two: Vice President. liill llislvrol Secretary. llugh YN: I Ron
Three: Parliamentarian. Fred Weil.
Row f,ll1'Z Keith Tarllelt. liill l.oeher, Mike Searl. Mike
Riclianls, lfhurles Urth. Charles llonstelle, Dave Galehouse.
Mike flregory. liill Sanderson. llave Evans. Jeff liooger-
hyrle. linnl lfnierson, Carl l"arina1'1'i. Steve Harman. Rau'
Tim: George Wuliga. llolr lleryck. Dick Conn. llill llixon.
Stan Haulle. Jerry Dalton. lloh Stewart. Itoln Sillllllltl
,lack Edmund, Wayne Snyder. Row Tlm'r': llwigglll Tall
l ll tl
Weil. .liln lleliarl. Nlr, Faurer. Ron' Four: Hugh Wet
llolm Liska. Tom Turley. ,lim Anderson. lloug Scherer. 9
John Curtis. Itill llislrro. Nou' l"i1'f': Mike Ustergurfl.
Four quare Club
Row One, Left to Right: Sally Steinhaurer, Julie Sloop, Robin White, Annalee
Lindblad, Nancy Kyle. Row Two: Mary Lee Henman, Mary Lou Wilsofli
Nancy Wendt, Elizabeth Reynolds, Kathy Austin. Row Three: Marlene
Wright, Christina Wolcott, Nancy Gray, Sally Bridgewater, lMrs. Ripleyl.
Faith. Loyalty. Service and
Sincerity are the motto of the
Four Square Clulm. lts purpose
is Hto lie of Service to our
school and community liy im-
proving ourselves in intellect.
character. and physical fitness."
Through their work with
Family Service. The Four Square
Clulm has earned national recog-
nition. The cluli also gives bake
sales. sponsors a Nlother-Daugh-
ter llanquet, and promotes school
Mrs. Mary Ellen Ripley is
serving as the Four Square ad-
Row One, Left to Right: Sue McCullough, Marcia Chapman, Judy Walker,
Shirley Grange, Diane Baltz. Row Two: Marjorie Reynolds, Carol Vinceguerra,
Nancy Hood, Pat Lees, Karen Kesselring, Judy Grafton, Marilyn Miller. Row
Three: Linda Ritchie, Laura Marchall, Judy Krupp, Nona Jorn, Judy Koza,
Nancy Koch, lMrs. Ripleyl.
Row One, Left to Right: Annette Petrone, Sue Calehouse, Helen Gravesmuehl,
Marilyn Benson, Margie Sagadencky, Loni White, Edna Hamilton. Row Two:
Sandra Weisheit, Mary Perdriau, Sandy Reid, Diane Nock, Ruth Hopper,
Pat Fucker, Wanda Nye, Liane VanNoy. Row Three: Judy Johnson. Linda
Wilson, Betsy McComhs, Pat Myers, Kay Robinson, Julie Willenbacker,
Martha Henderson. lMrs. Ripley? .
GODEY CLUB-Row Une: Glenda Thomas, ,lean Clenny, Sharon Alexander, Judy Pfau.
Sandra liinns, Sue Drake. Row Two: Carol Morton, Carol Ferder. Carolyn Huff. Barbara
W3lkiHS. .l0yCC Willialllslill. Mrs. Cropp. Row Three: Betty Myers. Anile Ridgley. Carol Lahniers.
Mary Schultz, Linda Frecka, Lois Howald.
Row One: Bonnie Shultz, Sharon Scoaf, ,Indy Ruff. Mary Ellen Wenger, Karen Millcr. .lean
Davies. Row Two: Lou-ann Achlnerger. ,lndy Allen. Mary Ann Miller. ltlaniae Cosliorn. ,lane
Aslilirook, Sue Housley, Mrs. Cropp. Row Throw: Nancy Bacon. Suzanne Faris, Carol l'l1illips.
Carole Wilcox, ,ludy Warner, Judy Rechner, Pat Feldman.
Godcy. a service club
under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Cropp. is dedicated to
thc purpose of promoting
friendliness. good citizen-
ship. and high morals in the
young women of today. Pro-
jects this year include sev-
eral parties at the county
home. a foreign pastry liake
sale. and the choosing of a
Gods-y Cluli Queen. Presi-
dent l956 - Jean C le n n y,
Row One: Carol Hersman. Pat Busch, Judy Chambers. Wanda Wilson. Lois Lauck. Sue Senter
Row Two: Marilyn Stanford, Debbie Reynolds, Sue Williams, Linda Morrow, Carolyn Kraus
Mrs. Cropp. Row Tlirec: Marcia Medkeff, Paula Niessen, Doreen Phillips. Nydia Williams
93 Karen Miner, Pauline Weaver. l
SENIOR Y TEENS
Senior Y Teens, an organization connected with the
Y.W.C.A., is made up of junior and senior girls.
"To build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to
the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of per-
sonal and social living to which we are committed by our
faith as Christiansa' is the desire and purpose of this group.
Y Teens in co-operation with Hy-Y sponsor the Easter
Assembly Program each year.
Row Ono: Bonnie Shultz, Millie Stein, Barbara Roop,
Karen Taylor, Sandra Reid, Karen Reichert, Judy Ruff
Mary Ellen Wenger, Ginger Nye, Carol Vinceguerra, An-
nette Petrone. Row Two: Mary Perdriau, Sandra Weis-
heit, Barbara Watking, Jackie Miller, Pauline Weaver,
Louise Viering, Barbara Westman, Loni White, Nelda Wil-
son. Row Three: Judy Warner, Jean Nalencz, Wanda
Nye, Joyce Williamson, Jackie Lowles, Sandra Skidmore,
Elizabeth Reynold, Nancy Sinclair, Nancy Wendt, Judy
Wiley, Miss Erf. Row Four: Ann Ridgley, Marge Rafos,
Wendy Staniforth, Diane Nook, Laura Marshall, Pat
Tucker, Evelyn Wetzel, Marjorie Reynolds, Ann Hobday,
Their various other projects this year included. sponsor-
ing a style show, making scraphooks for the children's home,
sending a representative to state conference and holding a
Miss Helen Erf is the advisor of the Senior Y Teens.
President -ehsn Y... .H . ,,,,, . ,WW ,,,,,Miriam Hostettler
Vice-President -- ..,, Martha Henderson
Secretary -.... ,..,, lN Iary Perdriau
Treasurer ,-, ,,,,-sShirley Grange
Chaplain ,.- ,,,,.,,,,, Judy Bailey
ow One: Shirley Grange. Marcia Chapman, Miriam Hos-
ettler, Carol Griffith, Jean Glenny. Connie Harris, Judy
hamhers, Kathryn Austin. JoAnn MarClellan, Connie
enkins. Row Two: Pat Elliott, Lois Howald, Linda
lotz, Jane Hoose, Judy Gregor. Carol Hersman. Carol
Inch, Judy Allen, Pat Busch. Valma Ellison. Pat Brown,
lizabeth Litman. Row Tlirvez Carol Morton, Donna
Felmly, Betty Myers. Pat Feldman. Sue Housley
Marilyn Benson, Dorothy Dick, Mary Lee Houman,
man, Lou Ann Achberger. Lowana Fazenbaker. Miss Erf.
Row Four: Joyce Jordan, Helen Gravesmnehl. Marilyn
Miller, Linda Frecka, Ann Lahmers, Jackie llurr, Judy
Johnson. Marcia Medkeff, Betsy NICCOIIIDS, Pat Myers. Jo
Ann Morgan, Kathy Austin, Elaine Heiser.
Row One: Pat Wise, Glenda Thomas, Linda Starbird,
oan Boser. Sue Sharps, Mary Schultz, Marilyn Wells,
ulie Sloop. Judy Walker, Paula Niessen, Judy Brislinger,
andra Shoaf. Row Two: Brenda Hollar, Bonnie Jones,
ue Williams, Mary Lou Wilson, Carol Phillips. Linda
lhite, Marilyn Stanford, Doreen Phillips. Gail Carter.
ebbie Reynolds, Linda Wilson. Row Three: Margie Lee,
Clara Feueht. Mollie Rae Hartley. Marilyn Woody. Chris
Talmadge, Lianne Van Noy. Judy Rechner. Wanda Wilson.
Linda Morrow, Lois Lauck. Jo White. Julie VVillenliat'kei'.
Miss Erf. Row Four: Jean Francis. Sandra Owen, Joanne
Pugh, Linda Ritchie. Sally Steinhaurer. Rosemary llris-
linger, Pat Hines, Carole Vail. Judy Bradford, Marge
Rilling, Kay Robinson, Marlene Wright.
Svatvrl: ,loyve Hupp.
Stanrlizzg: Mary Ann
Row Une: Margie Suguclelivky, Samlru Austin. Helen
Cravesmuehl. Hun' Tim: Wilma lfulaml. l.in1la Ritchie,
.lackie Hnrr. Mary Lnu Wlilfum. Put l"elilmzin. Rum Tlzrrfez
Janet Callaway, Erika We-nnll. Pat llusrli. Sue Williams.
Wanda Wilson. Uonna Felmly. Sue Nlarline. Wanda Nye.
Seated: Margie Reynolds. Doreen Phillips. Standing:
Ruth Willel. Barbara Roup. Xlarilyn Woolly. Judy Walker,
Mary Schultz. Carol
Phillips, Linda Moore.
Seated: Jean Glenny, Linda Wilson. Ruth Hopper.
Standing: Marcia Chapman. Margaret Mary, Karen Kes-
selring, Joyce Cymoty.
Tiger Tales tall
Mike Ustergard, Linda Riivhie. Mary Srhultz, Julie Sloop. Linda Wlilson. Lincla Starlmirrl. fllary Lou Wilson. Lynn
Thayer. Julie Willenlnwher.
Gordon Crinham. Dorothy Dick, Helen Harger. Kay Crouse
Carol Phillips. Dave Hudson. Val jekkals, Marcia Medkeff, Connie jenkins. Mary Ann Miller. llzil Myers. lletfy
JO Ann Kingdom, McCnmbs. Barb Falor.
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Row One. Left to Right: Sue McCullough, Annalee Lind-
hlad, Holmin White, Sandra Reid. Carol Vinceguerra. Nan-
t'y Kyle. Susan Senter. Sandra ljinns, Loni Wlhite, Nelda
Wilson, Marjorie Gleeson. Sw-onrl Row: Mildred Stein,
lllixabeth Heynoldt-, Ann llonaldwon, Karen Reichert, Lin-
da Cantrell. llurlmara Watkins, Carol Ferder, Judy Pfau,
Lynn Hauprirh, llarli We-annan. Bonnie Glenny. Row
Tlzrvwz Nancy llood, Ilarlnara Hoop, Carolyn Huff, Suzanne
Row One, Lvf! to Right: Joan Boser. Miriam Hostettler,
Jean Glenny, Carol Griffith, Margaret Matty, Margie Saga-
dencky, Glenda lllonlah. Joann Nlaclllellan, Judy Brislinger,
Connie Harris. Judy Chambers. Sandra Austin, Pat Busch.
Row Two: Doreen Phillips. Marilyn Stanford, Sue Mar-
tine, Donna Fellnly, Mary Lee Houman. Marfia Chapman,
Mary Svhultz. Judy Iirislinger. Sue Housley. Paula Nies-
sen. Marilyn Wells, Sue Sharps. Vallna Ellison. Sue
Williairls. Row Tlzrrfv: Carol Herslnan, Judy Wvalker,
Faris. Nancy Bell. Nydia Williams, Diane lirown. Nona
Jorn, Martha Henderfon. Judy llailey. Nancy Sinclair,
Anna llolvday. Pauline Weaver. Sandra Hanefeldt. Row
Four: Sally Steinhaurer. Sally Bridgewater, Laura Mar-
shall, Nancy llacon, Nancy Koch, Sandy Skidmore, Nanvy
Cray, Evelyn Wetzel. Pat Tucker, Ruth Hopper, Blanch
Kline, Diane Nook.
Julie Sloop, Shirley Grange. llatrif-ia Feldman, Linda
Frecka, Marilyn Miller, Nancy Hawn. Liane Van Noy,
Julie Willenbacher, Marilyn Henson, Helen Cravesmuehl,
Carol lnch. Jo White. Row Four: Mary Perdriau, Linda
Ritchie, JoAnn Morgan, Marria Metlkeff. Christine Tal-
madge, Debbie Reynolds. Kay Shelley, Marcia Walton,
Judy Bradford, Patricia Myers. Marlene Wright. Kay Rob-
inson, Linda Wilson, Betsy Nlcllonilvs, Judy Johnson.
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Row Une: Mary lieth Miller. .Indy Neshilt. lmni Price.
,lan Plan. lllendn tilll'lSllIbllll. llurlv Elliott. llarlwara Vliarniari,
Sara Clites. llnllie l,aSale. Shirley lfislier. Row Two:
lletly Nlurtnn. llluria Clair. Sally Krueger, Ellen llnchanan.
Norma Hyde, llinne lnpnllu. Nanny flndersmi, Karen
Peterson. ,lndy Nlvllaniel. .luyve Nlzisuii, Virginia Hawk.
Row 7'l1r1'v: l'unlu Hier. Hay 'l'eilri4'k. Nlarilyn Nancar-
ow Une: Mona Hartley. Peggy DeHart, Lynn Tadlock.
Carole Kandiko. Linda Smith. ,lanet 'l'h0mpson, Sonja
Hicks. .lrryve Nlosier, Fran Johnson. Row Two: Sharon
Caesar. llc-tty Mundy. Maureen Carmedy. Nora Lynn
Pierre. llarnl Heal, Irene Muller. Lou Pyers, Lois Rober-
son. .loyve Martine. Peggy Knisley. Row Three: ,Indy
row. ,lanive Mc'Clo1hlin. Sue Zarle. ,lndy llnnler. .lean
l'nrtwuml. Ellen Moore. P111 Jordan. Mary ,lune llnnper.
Miss Erf. Rnu' Four: lliane ilndersmi. Patty llreyer.
Linda Smith. llevky .'xSllWUl'lll. Nancy llukivli. Kathy llille-
hunt, Janet Nlrl,eun. l.ynn Hesselluirt. Sue linker. Ann
linnd. l,anra Faris. Lynne S94'llI'lSl. Darlene Crzilltree.
Sandy Davis. Cami Rainey. Anne Seufidn. Luis llennen.
Bonnie Cralmlme. .lndy Hump. Nliss Erf. Row Four: Marsha
Bnssard. Patsy Favalon. Alive Frnndsen. ,lean Miller, ,lndy
Pugh. Janet Calloway. Diane Braghieri, Sue Stinaff. .lndy
Folsom. Pat Klingensinith.
Row Ono: Bill Leiter. Larry Middour, Pete Sechrist. Jim Gilkey. Charlefr
King, John lVlcBeath, Bobby Davis. Row Two: Mr. Shank. Glen Carey, Bob
Cilkey, Dave Traverse.
The Falls High Radio Club was
formed in the Fall of 1956 by a group
of boys, many of whom were uhams-7,
Our purpose is to stimulate interest in
radio and to help students secure
amateur licenses. We have held regu-
lar classes in Morse code and a demon-
stration of a mobile unit was given to
increase our membership. An as-
sembly on transistors was given on
our behalf by a representative of Bell
Telephone Co. Plans have been made
to secure a station license for our
school and progress has been made in
building our equipment. We give our
sincere thanks to Mr. James, our spon-
sor, for without his co-operation and
help our club would not have been pos-
The projection staff is one of the
many clubs and organizations in the
school. However. it is very different
from the others in two ways. One is
that there are no officers and the other
is that no meetings are held, Each
member of the projection staff is
scheduled to be in the Visual Education
Room, 305, one period each day. If
there are no movies to be shown. the
period is used for study. Each pro-
jectionist is trained to run and take
care of the projector in room 305, the
one in the projection booth in the audi-
torium, the lights in the auditorium, and
various strip film and slide projectors.
Another job is to set up and regulate
the sound equipment in the auditorium
for assembly programs. The staff is
under the direction and guidance of Mr.
Row Une: Bill Dunn, Tom Bonstelle, Jim Miller, Dave Traverse. Row Twa:
John McBeath, Larry Middour. Richard Schooley, Pete Sechrist. Row Three:
Jack Doyle, Gary Mitchell, Bob Bonnell, Russel Stinaff. Row Four: Mr.
James, John Schooley, Don Nelsch, Roger Ricks, Fred Weil.
H. A. PRESTON
Membership in H. A. Preston is avail-
able to those students who are in 10A
or above and have an 85 average.
Its purpose is to become familiar
with the opportunities of teaching, to
cultivate the qualities essential to a good
teacher, to study the lives of great
teachers, and to foster the development
of student leadership.
Some of H. A. Preston's worthwhile
activities are tutoring weaker students,
ushering at N.E-O.T.A. and College
Night and observing for one half day
an elementary classroom. This latter
project is made available only to senior
members of H. A. Preston.
Mr. Peebles is the advisor of H. A.
H. A. Preston
Row One: Sandy Weisheit. Sue Calehouse. Robin White. Connie Jenkins.
Susie Drake, Carol Vinceguerra. Row Two: Barbara Watkins. Sharon Alex-
ander. Nancy Wendt. Marilyn Miller, Judy Lyle. Shirley Crange. Marilyn
Wells. Row Three: Nona Jorn, Karen Taylor. Nancy Bell. Liane VanNoy,
Carol Hersman. Kathy Austin. Row Four: Dorothy Dick. Sandra Owen.
Joanne Pugh, Erika Wendt, Pat Elliot. Mr. Peebles.
B - W CLUB
Members of BW learn and practice
the fundamentals of library work. The
purpose of this club is to be of service
to the school by acting as student li-
This yearis projects included selling
football pencils and black and gold
bracelets. sponsoring a banquet for the
study hall teachers. presenting the grad-
uating seniors with pens and printing
and selling Basketball programs.
A twenty-five dollar scholarship is
awarded by BW to a student who is
truly interested in becoming a librarian
or teacher. Their activities are guided
by Miss Mary Patton Mrs. Mary Carter.
Row One: Jacqueline Miller, Pat Carroll, Mona Bartley, Connie Crane, Susie
Drake. Row Two: Judy Rechner. Nancy Sinclair, Carter. Joyce Martin.
Elizabeth Lepp. Row Three: Sally Bridgwater. Brenda Bird, Miss Patton,
Dale Campbell, Judy Walker.
First Row: Mary Lee Houman,
Marilyn Stanford. Wanda Wilson
Judy -Chambers. .lulie Sloop,
Kathryn Austin. Judith Brad
ford. Second Row: Herb Knopp,
Mark Goodwin. ,lim DeHart
Marilyn Woody, Pat Myers. Lin
Firs! Row: Dorris Higdon. Mar-
cia Medkeff, Debbie Reynolds.
Doreen Phillips, Betsy NlcCombs.
Jackie Hurr. Mary Perdriau.
Srwonrl Row: Miriam Hostett-
ler, Shirley Grange. Marcia
Chapman. Judy Walker. lletty
Myers. Liane VanN0y. Lois
Howald, Kind Starluird. Joyce
Hupp. Susan Drake. Third Row:
Eugene Hoover. Nicholas Long.
Bill Dixon, Richard Ferrell, Jim
Anderson. Fred Wyle.
National Thespian Society
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Fixx! Row: .lutly Walker. Nlarilyn Stanford, Mary Shultz. Connie Harris. Sandra Austin. Darlene Crahtree. Third
Paul Root. Rtlllin White. Mrk. Hurt. Joanne Pugh. .ludy Row: James Hawkins. Rohert Fulton. Rohert Deryvk.
johnson. l'atri4'ia Myers. Svronrl Row: Elizabeth Rey- Ronald Rose, Jim Bode, Jim .-Xmlerson. Fred Wieil. Thmnas
nolds .l utly Cosa, Karen Reivlwrt. Sharon Alexanrler. Karen llonstelle, Mr. Heintz.
Taylor. ,lane tlootlyear. Nuiivy Antlerson. Karen Peterson.
Bob Smith. Rlfrorrling Svrretary: Joanne Pugh. Prmirlffrzt: Mrs. Hart. Rohin Wlhite.
Corresponrling Secretary. Offircrs Not Pll'lllI'f'l1Z Patil Root. Viz-1'-l'rrsi1lf-fit: Dong
National Forensic League
First Row: Michael Ostergard, Patricia Myers, Joyce Mrs. Hart. Third Row: Roliert Deryck, Karen Taylor,
Cymoty, Marilyn Stanford, Mary Shultz, Paula Niessen. Robin While, .lane Goodyear, Barbara Landis, Darlene
.ludy Walker, Lois Howald. Karen Kesselring, Joanne Crabtree, Sara Steinhauer. Elizabeth Reynolds, Nancy
Pugh. James DeHart. Svrond Row: Mr. Heintz, Lynn Wendt. Fourth Row: Ronnie Rose. Jim Rode, Robert
Guy, Karen Minor. Erika Wendt, Christina Wolcott, Karen Bonnell, Thomas Bonstelle, Carl Farinacvi, David Travers.
Reichert, Pamela Rucknian, Connie Harris, Sandra Austin,
Judy Walker, Presidentg Paula Niessen, Vice-Presirlenlg Christina Wolcott. Historian,
Karen Minor, Corresponding Secretary, Joyce Williamson, Recording Secretary.
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First Rauf: Yvonnu Farina-r. Ruth Willet, Mary Ellen
Wenger, Fnellen Mvflullnugll, Mary Perdriau. Marcia
Medlielf, Judy Gregor. lrene Slletler. Nadine Morgan.
S1'1'0'rrl Hum: Bonnie Shultz, Sandra Reid. Ann Donald-
son, Elizalwth Reynolds, Sally Slt'lIlllHllE'l'. Diane Miller.
Nanvy Cray. Sally Briclgrewzitclr. lic-tsy Mvfionrlms. Marilyn
Yvells, Linda Leonard. Karen 'liuylmx Karen Adams,
Carol Coolidge. Third Row: Sue Sharps, Lynn Guy. Sue
Martine. llnnna Felmly. Judy Allen, Charlotte Mize,
Martha Henderson. Nancy Kucll. Kay Robinson. Nancy
Bacon, Erika Xvendt. Kathryn Austin. lietty Feter. Miss
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Fourth Noir: Suzanne Fllltltli. ,lulie xYlll9Ill7ilf'llCF. Lilllril
Nlllfilllllll. llulv filif'llI'2ll1. Toni 'liziylwm lil'lIi'f' Carvy. Alt
nlllen. 'Nllun xllfillllllvy. Craig llnvr. Jerry Ovker. Daw
Rush. luis tilusgww. 'llurviu Wlllllltll. Put Nlyers. .ln Whitv.
lfiflll Nutr: ,lim Fox. Jerri Vli-P. ,lulin Crum. Tum
Kikenllull. llc-an Watters. Hugh Vfesl. .lulin Shumlley. Milw-
Farris. Cliurlvs King. Hulwrt l3c'l,ung. William Lamont.
Run Lylillr. Nlike lexering. llill llixun. llrml Barhtell.
Sixth li'uu': ,lnlln Hearty. .liln llc-Hart. cilllIl'k Llewellyn.
Jan-k xlllililllilllilll. .lim XIlIlt'l'XlIll. Karl Hilgvrt. Huw
Hughes. Tim String. Tom llurgn--s. 'funn Lvtzler. Frank
Ueunflell. Nlike Yliller. Nlurk llnmllilznl. Terry Holsinger.
.lack liamunil. llolw Deryvk.
MR. REYNOI DS
First lfirrlv: Uunean Creerf, Deborah
Reynolds. Alan Rathlmun. Margaret
Brunfe. Carol Ferlfer. .Ioann Maffclele
lan, ,lim Field. .Sl'l'lIIl!l lfin'f1': Car-
men CTUSSIIIEIII. Faye TIIUTSIIY. Elaine
Heiser. Tom NlI'ClPlTlllS., Stephen Glaze,
,lean Hixun. Dnrotlly Dirk. Karen
Pfeiffer. David Wood, Alun Johnson,
,lavk Rovkholtl, Kenneth ESIIHIIICII.
Lynne Serhrist. Steven Miller.
Tfzirrf ffirrlv: Ruhr-rt llonnell. Helen
Harger. ,Tenn Daxies. John Moore. Harul
Camphell. David While. Peter Hughes.
Scott lingo. .luily Weir. Thomas Mat-
thews. Rnhert Maefflellzin. Anthony
llitirrn, liruve ,lz1r'ksor1. ,lurk FIIFTIS.
Jznnes Loitz. Kenneth Uluvk, Donald
Ns-lwh. Walter Cnlflensm-huh, Anne
Riflgley. Ruhert Johnsim. James Collier.
Mivliael Srhatll. Terry Ptihner. Uouizlas
Hinkle. Fnurlli lfirrllfz Mr. Reynolds,
Kenneth NI4'Vieker. lirent Nic-kfil. Terry
Ryan. john Lewis. Dnnalcl Rox. Ruhert
Jaevk. Teil Hendrir'k-. Karen Hiller.
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Raw Une: Mary Aust, Nlary lieth Nliller. Pat llurnette. Kathy
Anderson. Sully Mettee, Lynn Tadlovls. Diane Rich. Carol Adam-
son, Yvonne Bishop. Alive Haught. Alive 'l'rowliridge. Carol
North. Merry Stanoxiv. Wlarion Salmon, Rott' Two: Shirley
Fisher. Sandra Kline. Annztlee lindlilad. Nanvy Kyle. lflizaheth
Lepp. Kathy Nlcllonuld. llarol llowmun. llarlvara llartlett. Mona
Hartley. Darlene Haney, Shirley Wyunt. Karin Lockhart. Nydia
Wyillianis. Joyce Jlrtliurs. Row Tlirrwz Nlarvia Gilmore. Opal
Anderson. 'Nlyrtle Stull. Nelda Wilson. Sandy liynch. Pauline
Row One: Willie lluynes. Gail Atkinson. Sonia Hicks. Sue
Tompliins. Dolli l,aSulle, Marilyn Miller. Audrey Duffy. Peggy
DeHart. Linda Smith. Carol Vinviguerra. Joyce Shultz. Eleanor
Finch. Darlene llrzilvtree. lliane llrughieri. Roux Two: Kathy
Vllelser. Sue Tinker. Joyce Martin. llarliara Elliot. Kay Hauden-
child. Pat Jordan. .loyve Nlason. Jean Wilson. Judy Mvljaniel.
Sandy Davis. llarlwara Wagner. Ida Mae lloshorn. llonnie Cralmhe,
Weaver. Ann Hylton. liLlI'lli1I'ii Uslmorn. Judy ZllIlIllCl'IIlElll, Nancy
Simon. Jane lllvlflhaney. Karen Uaskiiis. Carol Engrelhart. Karen
Pfeiffer. Julie Feiler. Sandra Snyder. Linda Cantrell. Row Four:
Janet Calloway. Nanvy Haliivll. Glenda Chishohn, Susan Evans,
Lynne Green. Evelyn Wetzel. Ruth Crawford. Kathryn Feuvht.
Lynne llesslelmart. Kay Trettel. Alive Rinker. Jane Hoose. Joanne
Pugh, Louanna Faxenhaker. Judy Walker, Linda Jones. Miss
Knisely, Betty Moody, Judy Bond. Madeline Mclntire, Julie
Short, Judy Klett. Jeanette Davis. Joanne Miles. Dolores Franvis.
Christine Wolvott. Nanvy Wendt. Anna Scofido. Row Four:
Judy Folsom, Jean Portwood. Kathy llillehunt. Fran Johnson.
Sue Stinall. llelwliy Vlforrell. Pat Favalon. Naney Green. Karen
Cotton. l..ois W'ooduian. Joy Puraty. Judy Pugh, Jean Miller.
Carolyn Johnson. Miss Long.
Judy Hoop. Hou' Tlzrfwfz llat llryaltt. Cloriu Clair. Peggy
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Picture One: Mike Miller, Tom Letzler, Mike Farris, Bruce Carey, Dean Walters, John Crom
John Hearty, Doug Scherer.
Picture Two: Nadine Morgan, Irene Shetler. Yvonne Farmer. Nancy Cray. Sandra Reid, Martha
Henderson, Sue Faris, Ruth Willet.
First Row: Joann Ma4'Clellan. .lean Davies. Elaine Heiser, Car- BOX. RTUC6 .lHCliS0Il. .luvk Ifllvlis. Anthony llitirro. Karen Miller
men Crossnian. Harolml CHlIllDllE'll, ,lohn Moore. Sf'I'0llfi Raw: Third Row: Robert Johnson. .launes lfollier. Wlalter liulmlen-
,ludy Weir, 'I'hoinas Xlallthews, Dorothy Dick. ,lean Hixon, Donalnl svhuh, Kenneth M4'Vicker, Terry Ryan. Brent Nivkol.
First Cirrle: Russell Stinaff, ,lim Miller, David Wzrod, Jim Col-
lier, Sandra Christian, Celia Calco. Sefcorml Circle: Jane Mc
Elehaney. Willie Haynes, Joann Maclllellan, Carol Ferder, Dun
can, Tom Mcllonihs, Stephen Glaze, Jean Hixon, Dorothy Dick,
Alan Johnson, Carmen Crossman. Third Cirrle: Jack Fuchs,
James Loitz, Kenneth Gluck. Douglas Hinkle, Michael Schadl,
Malcom Smith. Fourth Row: james Field, Mary Ellen Wenger,
Mary Jane Bryers, Kenneth McVi0ker, Brent Nickol, Mr. Jacoby,
The highlight of the 1956 A Cappella Choir's
spring activities was the presentation of the oper-
etta "Rancho Riveraf' The entire ninety mem-
ber choir participated in this two act musical pro-
duction under the direction of Miss Josephine
Long. Witli flashing costumes. skillfully designed
scenery and spirited music the audience enjoyed
a visit to a Mexican ranch. This performance
was of the same caliber that we have come to
expect of Miss Long's excellently trained choral
Lynne Sechrist, Carole Ferrler, Carolyn Huff. Mary Lee Houman,
Dunrran Creed. John Moore, Dick Spessard, Ken Gluck, Ted
Front: Ron Lyns, Dave Cyrill. First Row: Herb Len- DCU- Tflifd ROW! Micky CTCSLOTY, Chick 060196, .lerrv
gacher. Bob Hall, Ralph Halliwell, Larry Anderson, Jerry Johnson, Dave Usher, Chuck Beckman. Stan Yukeveck.
Frye, Bill Helvnling. ,lack Rutherford, ,lon Huhner. Second Jerry Dennison. Fourth Row: Ken Griffith, Bob Saunders,
Row: Rick Hartman, john Lemke, Bob Stewart, Sam .l0l1I1 Kellog. Ron Taylor.
Messina. Bill llisbro, Ray Lance, Al Carey. Dennis Ben-
Black Tigers Football M
In Coach Shaw's second year at Falls he built a fine team around All-Dis-
trict halfback Ron Lyons and quarterback Dave Cyrill. Playing a very tough
schedule, the Tigers proved they had what it takes by defeating such highly-rated
teams as Steubenville and Barberton.
The future looks bright for the Tigers as the starting team was composed of
six Juniors and Sophomores.
Left to Right: Coach Shaw, Coach Ackerman, Coach Carey.
Kneeling: Dave Wilhelm, Tom McNalley. Left to Right: Coach Watson. Bob Randall, Harry
Kalbaugh, Dave Cyrill, Val Jeckals, Denny Mclnteer, Barry Anderson, Bob Pratt. Karl Hilgert,
Bill Knights, George Miller, Jerry Johnson, Jack Edmund, Coach Leffler.
Black Tigers Basketball
The 1956-57 edition of the Black
Tigers basketball varsity has been one
of the best in the history of Falls High.
They proceeded undefeated through
their first fourteen games and not until
the season finale against highly rated
Steubenville did the Black Tigers obtain
their first loss- At press time the state
tournaments had not yet started but
Falls was picked to go a long way. The
big scorers for the varsity were senior
Dave Cyril and sophomore Bill Knights.
Cyrill breaking the school record for
scoring in one season. Bob Pratt was
the big boy at center and steadily im-
proved as the season progressed. Harry
Kalbaugh and George Miller were the
play-making specialists, and Karl Hil-
gert finally shook his injury jinx to
become a steady scorer and good ball
handler. Denny Mclnteer and Val
Jekkals along with Miller were the cap-
able, frontline substitutes.
Following is the record of the Black
Tigers which includes victories over the
powerful teams Canton McKinley, Kent
Roosevelt, Akron South and Massillon.
Falls 59 Kent Roosevelt 57
Falls 59 Findley 42
Falls 65 Kenmore 61
Falls 70 Akron South 68
Falls 74 Alliance 62
Falls 64 Akron St. lVlary's 48
Falls 70 Canton McKinley 47
Falls 58 Akron St. Vincentls 46
Falls 33 Norton 32
Falls 63 Akron East 59
Falls 60 Massillon 59
Falls 55 Barberton 54
Falls 57 Akron Ellet 29
Falls 59 Akron St. Vincent's 42
Falls 61 Steubenville 90
Falls 58 Hower 38
Front: Coach Watson, Ray Lance, Ted Hendricks, Jeff Moore, Fred Leffler, Coach Leffler
Back: ,lack Edmonds, Jerry Johnson, Denny Mclnteer, Barry Anderson, Bob Randall.
Front Row: Greg Kannel, Ralph Moyer, Larry Watson, Bill Oldham, Tom Dennis.
Second Row: Pete Hitler, Tom Knieley, Bob Archer, Dave Ferguson, Mike Clary.
nm omnam Tom Knieley
Knveling: julie Sloop, Sandy Reid. Nancy Kyle. Standing: Loni While
Carol Inch, JoAnn Morgan.
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!The wrestlers. led hy Coach
Hinkle, again had a good season
this year. They gave good battle
to some of the better teams and
individuals in the state. Stand-
outs for the Tigers were lettermen
Ralph Halliwell. Ted Fiisenman
and Al jacohs. and new grapplers
Bob Auhele. Bill Barnes, and
Dwight Talley. Coach Hinkle has
high praise. especially. for Halli-
well and Eisenman who should do
well in the state-wide tournaments.
man Al .lam il
and Ted Eisen - ' 71 is and B,1, Auhele
Row One: Dick Ross, Paul Davis, Ralph Halliwell, Teil ElSCIllllHI'l.. li lm Xulule Nl Jacobs
Steve Kesselring. Row Two: Bill Barnes. llill Shafer. Daw llmlson Nlnlxe he rl Xl liutl
Carl Farianacci, Wayne Betz. Row Tlirr-v: Doug llinkle. M llarey lhue Hu hes Dwi 1
Talley, Doug Scherer, Bob Emerson.
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Front: Steve Horton. Mgr. First Row: ,lim Oherrlurfer. Holm Caldwell. Tum Zarle. Roh
Cnrhran. .luhn Kellfvg. Dennis Bennett. Twin Hunger. Scvvlzrl Roux: Hill Helming, Pete Larsun.
Val Jeckals. lgu jeckals. Al Spruwl. Dave Terlrnw. Toni Rlllllllib. Tlzirrl Razr: Stan Yukevevh.
Craig Scott. ,lack Rutherford. Jim Boeke. Paul Shearer. Dean Walters. Fourtlz Row: Cnavh
Shaw, Wayne Betz. Phil Kirk. Jerry Frye. .lim Carey, ,lim Fox. Coavli 0'Hrien.
Kneeling: .lim Rakich, George Miller. John Barker. Ralph Halliwell. Harry Kalliaugh. Stanrlingz
Coach Spessarrl, Tim Wilcox. Tom Smith. Herb Knupp. .lack Durbin. Doug. Hinkle. Bill
Knights, Dave Thomas, Larry Baker, Don Weisel, Coach Hinkle.
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I years our tennis team
has become one of the strongest in the
area. Tennis is a sport in which vic-
tory depends upon the individual play-
ers rather than the team as a whole.
This fact has heen well shown hy the
sterling play of ,lack Archer. He has
led the Black Tiger tennis team for the
last three years hy heing undefeated in
league action. Coach Watson has the
highest of praise for Jack and the rest
of the team which compiled a fine re-
cord last spring.
the past few
Students in the art classes find many
outlets for their talents in making decora-
tions for various schooliactivities.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Wilhelm.
the instructor, art students express their
creative abilities. Painting and poster mak-
ing occupy much of their time.
Members of the Booster Club trimmed
the gym early in the morning for the even-
ing's Football Homecoming dance. The
decorations were made by the art classes.
Wayne lleryvk. Larry lievk, Mona Bart-
ley. George Kelly.
Miss Patton. Cene Hoover, Lois Lauck.
Slliil'llIl l'iec'zynhki. Marion Salmon. Pat
Pulitz, ffarulyn Vinn. Nan Mosleller
Shorthand characters which look like
hieroglyphics to most of us are meaning-
ful to the students of Miss Haberkost and
Mrs. Newstetteris classes. Shorthand
plays a vital part in secretarial Work.
Unraveling the mysteries of debit and
credit the bookkeeping classes prepare for
the business world. They learn this skill
under the guidance of Miss Holst and Mrs.
Accuracy and speed are achieved in
the typewriting classes. Directing this
useful training which is a must for busi-
ness and an asset in school work are Miss
Holst, Mrs. Newstetter, and Miss Haber-
Left to Riglzr: Marjorie Rafos. Kay
Robinson. Lois Howald, ,ludy Walker,
Left to Right: Sally Steinhauer, Mild-
red Stein, Bill Stafford, Tom Robb.
Sandra Reid. Karen Reichert.
Left to Right: Ellen Buchanan, Mar-
garet Knisely, Betty Marton, Joyce
With sparks flying and lathes humming,
the future metal workers of America are
learning their trade. Four semesters of
metal work are available under the direc-
tion of Mr. Moyer.
Despite this machine age there is still
a demand for skilled Woodworkers and
C.F.H.S. is doing its part in turning out
competent ones. One of the many acti-
vities of these classes is to make and repair
articles for the school under the supervi-
sion of Mr. Haught.
Future draftsmen and engineers are of-
fered a four semester course in mechanical
drawing, taught by Mr. Ackerman.
Becky Rivliziiwlsnii. Yirgxiniu lntter.
Glenda Tlinliiaa. Ura Nook, Niltiillk'
Marilyn Wells. Alive Rinker. Janet
Connie .lC'lIiiillb. Nunn Lowe-. .Xin
Llpsvunilv. Lllltiil Nlusun.
The scene shifts to a classroom situation.
These students are busily engaged in writing
or trying to write the correct answers to the
The locale is the girls' gym. The girls
pictured here are trying to retrieve a ball
which has bounced out of the scope of the
During the fall and spring of the year. the
gym classes are held outdoors. This gives
the students an opportunity to participate
in such activities as touch football and tennis.
The girls also have opportunities to enjoy
the pleasant falls and lovely springs of Ohio.
Every attempt is made to have the students
outdoors as much as possible in their gym
Girls' And Boys' tate
Free time meant Calvhing up on
a A in wa cl mlallv Yllllll
wlen it wasnt raining.
Intrnders beware! This tree-
eedt meant fm Hayes re-idents
All paths led to the supply rooms
Senior Hoy! Drill Teami prevision is their polivyl
School Daze" chorus
Mrs. Ripley reCeives a gift in ulnpreviuliori from the rlass
"School Daze" classroom
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ass Day closes as the vast sings their vlass song.
QIWEEN: JoAnn Morgan
KING: Ron Looms
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Senior A's Senior B's
King - Jerry Wilkinson
Queen - Nancy Light
Court - lL to Rl Herb Knopp
King-Harold Shaver Susan Drake
Queer! - Sheila Mulcahy Barbara Packer
Court- IL toRl Paul Chapman Dick Ferrell
Junior A's Jllfll0l' BS
King - Mike Ostergard
Queen - Marlene Wright
Court- fLl Clyde Sheppard
Court- fRl Tom Smith
King - Conrad Gehrart
Queen - Dorothy Moore
Court- fRl John Pulley
The "Cavemen" do a few cheers 10
help tell the tale of the "History of
A few members of the student body
dun the apparel of the 1920's to fur-
ther the Story nf the evolution nf the
The Black Tigers including Blackey,
Pedro, and Slim were being whipped
into shape by the Falls High tigrese.
There they are singing a song.
The bandits, hoping to be victorious in
the game, chase each other off the
stage and down the aisle.
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2161 Front Street
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2105 Front Street
ANTOINETTE HAIR STYLING SALON
14-6 Portage Trail
ASHWORTH - MC DADE MACHINE CO.
174-5 Front Street
BEAR'S FURNITURE CO.
2006 Front Street, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
BENSONIS SUNOCO SERVICE
2301 Front Street
CHARLES BOYD SCHOOL OF DANCE
2207 Second Street
BRAGG'S CITIES SERVICE
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State Road Shopping Center
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2127 Front Street
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2243 Front Street
2413 State Road
FALLS PET SHOP
2241 Front Street
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1006 Portage Trail
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FARM ROY MEATS. INC.
For quality and price always.
FASHIONAIRE BEAIITY SALON
1664 Stale Road
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2115 Front Street
GENE AND GLEN CLEANERS
3257 Oakwood Drive
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2709 Front Street
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1042 Portage Trail
UNDERWOOD BROS.. INC.
122 W. Portage Trail
U. S. GASKET Sz SHIM CO-
274-3 Second Street
Produce, Fish. and Poultry
Specializing in Diamond Settings
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