Dennison High School - Leader Yearbook (Dennison, OH)
- Class of 1954
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The Signal. .
Dedication . .
Personnel . . .
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COD HDD COUNTRY
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N memory of those who served our country in World
War II and the Korean conflict, and for those who
gave their lives for God and their country, we the Class
of '54, dedicate this, our 1954 Signal.
Principal John Harmon Heidleberg, A.B.
Mr. Harmon, serving his first year as
principal at D. H. S. has already proved
himself a capable and efficient leader
and advisor. The students at D. H. S.
are very grateful for all he is doing for
the school and for his friendliness to
Superintendent E. F . McCarroll Otter-
bein College, A. B. University of Mich-
igan, M. A. in administration.
Mr. E. F . McCarroll, our superintendent
is very worthy and capable of the job he
has had for many years. His loyal sup-
port and interest at Dennison has made
the student body very proud of him as a
friend and leader.
Graduate of D. H. S.
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Vocal Music, High
Carroll A. Cain
Kent State University
B.S. and M. Ed.
Muskingum, B.S. in Ed.,
Latin, Mathematics, Nat'1.
Ohio State University, B.S.,
Cincinnati Conservatory of
Mis s Irma George
Muskingum, A . B,
Chemistry, Gen. Science
Mount Union A.B
Wooster College A.B.
Kent State University,
Graduate Study P. Ed.
Health, Social Studies
Muskingum Colle e A.B.
Ohio University M. Ed.
West Virginia B.S
Mrs. Marie Hunter
Mr . Paul Cummings
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Clara Mae Richardson "Popper"
Chorus lg G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4gForestry
Club 2 .
Charles Murray "Chink"
Uhrichsville l,2g Football 3,49
Track 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Corre-
spondence Club 3g Hi-YClub-Vice
Pres. 49 "D" Club Vice-Pres. 3, 43
Betty Gibson "Flirt"
Uhrichsville 3g Forestry Club 2g
Correspondence Club 3 .
Bob Bloom "Fat"
"D" Club 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g
Senior Playg Basketball 1, 2g Basket-
ball Manager 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 43
Forestry Club 2.
Betty Jean Fulton "Blondie"
G.A.A. 1,2,4g Band lg Chorus l,2,
4: Ensemble lg Forestry Club 23
Library Club 35 Signal Senior Editor
4: Junior Playg Queen's Attendant 23
Office 43 F.T.A. 4: Senior Play:
Basketball 1, 4g Correspondence
Club 2, 3.
Betty Mcciu "Berry"
Forestry Club 23 Correspondence
Alvin Lester "A1vin"
Forestry Club 23 Fire Marshall 23
"D" Club 3, 43 Chorus 2, 43 Foot-
ball Manager 3, 43 Track Manager 3.
Millison Kauffman "Spook"
Forestry Club 1, 23 Chorus 43 I-Ii-Y 43
Treas. of Hi-Y 43 Senior Play.
Lois McC1uskey "Lois"
G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4: F.T.A. 4: Signal
Staff 43 Hi-Lites 33 Correspondence
Club 33 Forestry Club23 Class Pres. l
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Richard Armstrong "Bloody Icky"
Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 "D"
Club 3, Pres. 43 Forestry Club 23
Correspondence Club 33 Movie
Projector Club 1, 2, 3 .
Jacqueline Valentine "Jackie"
Chorus 13 G.A.A. 1,33 SignalStaff
43 Forestry Club 2.
Larry Nardi "Larry"
Forestry Club 23 "D" Club 1, 2, 3, 4
Football l, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
Mildred Ortenzo "Rosie"
Chorus lg G.A.A. l, 3, 43 Pres-
G.A.A. 45 Hi-Lites 3,45 F.T.A.
4: Editor 4g Forestry Club 2: Photo-
graphy Club lg Officer 45 Radio Club
4g Senior Play Prompterg Basketball
4: Signal 33 Correspondence Club 2,
3: Kindergarten 2, 3 .
jean Reed "Jean"
Forestry Club 2: Signal 4g Ensemble
1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 43 Pres. Chorus 45
National Honor Society 4g Class Treas .
4: Queen's Attendant 3, 43 Student
Council 3g Library Club 45 F.T.A. 45
G.A.A. 3, 43 Senior Play: Radio Club
Morris Rosenberry "Ike"
Senior Playg Basketball 2, 35 Football
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Don Moody "Moot- Toot"
Forestry Club 23 Chorus 43 Co-
Captain Basketball 4, Basketball
3' Football 3 4 Mana er 1 2
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Class Vice-Pres. 33 Hi-Y 43Pres.
of Hi-Y 43 Sec. and Treas. "D"
Club 43 Signal Staff 43 junior P1ay3
Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Violet Soulsby "Vi"
Nat'1. Honor Society 3, 4g G.A.A. 1,
2, 3, 43 Social Chairman 3, 43 Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 43 Head C. 3, 43 Fresh-
men Attendantg Hi-Lites 2, 33 Signal
3, 4, Editor 43 Class Pres. 3, Vice-
Pres. 13 Student Council 23 Forestry
Club 23 junior 81 Senior P1ay3 Corre-
spondence Club 3g Principal's Cabi-
net 4g F.T.A. 43 Office 3, 43 "D"
Arlene Stier "Gracie"
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4, Sec. 2, 33 Nat'1
Honor Society 43 Concert Band 1,
23 Forestry Club 23 Chorus 13 Class
Sec. 3, 43 Class Treas. 23 Home-
coming Queen3 F.T.A. 43 Signal
Staff 3, 43 Majorette 1, 23 Corre-
spondence Club 2, 33 Jtmior and
Senior Play: Office 3, 43 Hi-Lites
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Dick Cummings "Dick"
Connotton Valley 1, 23 Forestry Club
23 Chorus 1, 2, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball ly Track 1, 3, 43 "D" Club
1, 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 C.V. Club 1, 2QB3.Ild
13 Baseball 13 Fire Control Club 1, 2 .
jack Gossett "Chopin"
Forestry Club 23 "D" Club 43 I-li-Y
43 Sec. of Hi-Y 43 Football 1, 2, 3,
43 Track 1, 2, 43 Prince of Peace 4.
Barbara Yonley "Barb"
G.A.A. 1, 3,4Q Treas. G.A.A. 43
Band 3, 43 Senior Playg Forestry Club
23 Chorus 13 F.T.A. 43 Signal 43
Kindergarten 33 junior PlayPrompter3
Correspondence Club 2.
Nancy Faye I-Iargrave "Nancy"
Forestry Club 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Radio
Club 45 Hi-Lites 3,43 G.A.A. 3, 43
Junior Playg F.T.A. 4: SeniorPlayg
Correspondence Club 3 .
Bob Richards "Skinney"
Forestry Club 25 Hi-Y 43 Football
1: Track 1, 2, 4g Movie Projector
Club 1, 2, 3, 4g "D" Club 4gSigna1
Staff 4g Correspondence Club 3.
Richard Huston "Horsie"
Forestry Club 2: Student Council 43
Football 1: 29 39 Hack 1, 2, 3,
Hi-Y 43 "D" Club 4: Correspondence
Joann Sheets "Joarm"
Forestry Club 25 G.A.A. lgjunior
Jean Sheets "Jean"
Chorus 1, 23 Forestry Club 29 G.A.A.
1, 43 Hi- Lites 4.
Jay Peterson "Jay" '
Forestry Club 2g Chorus 1, 23 Foot
ball 2g Correspondence Club 3.
Larry Shilling "Zeke"
Forestry Club 2g Nat'l Honor Society
4: Class Pres. 2, 43 Class Treas . 33
junior and Senior Playg Principal's
Cabinet 4g Student Council lg Hi-Y
4: F.T.A. 45 Correspondence Club
3: Radio Club 43 American Education
Nancy Arnold "Nancy"
Class Sec. 1, 23 Ba.nd 1, 2, 35 Nat'1
Honor Society 3, 4: Forestry Club 2:
Girls' Ensemble 1,2, 3, 4g F.T.A.
Mary Maitland "Melba"
Forestry Club 23 Class Vice Pres.
4g Class Treas. 13 F.T.A. 43
National Honor Society 4: Signal
Staff 4: Junior and Senior Playg
Correspondence Club 33 G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 43 American
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Bob Thompson "Tombstone"
Forestry Club 23 "D" Club 3, 43 Hi-Y
43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23
TIHCK 2, 3, 43 Chorus 4.
Dave O'Hara "De"
Forestry Club 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43
Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 43 Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 43 Chorus
43 Student Council l, Pres. 43
Class Vice-Pres. 23 Correspondence
Club 33 "D" Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-Pres.
33 Hi-Y-Sgt. of Arms 43 JuniorPlay.
Anna Mae Vermillion "Anna Mae
Forestry Club 23 G.A.A. 1, 3, 43
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensemble 1, 2,
3, 43 Senior Play3 Signal 3.
Sally Kothe "Sally Jo"
Forestry Club 2: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g
Chorus 1, 2. 3: Kindergarten 3, 4:
F.T.A. 4: Correspondence 2,3.
Carrie HLu1ter "Carrie"
Forestry Club 2: G.A.A. 1, 3, 4
Chorus 1, 3, 43 Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
4: Senior Play, Signal 3.
Lg N 1950, we were very eager, but green freshmeng 65 of them to be exact. We were
all ready to get into the "swing of things, " high school activities, games, etc. Ah!
Yes, it was new to us, but we got off to a good start. Violet Soulsby was electedfresh-
men attendant and Arlene Stier was a majorette in the band. Lois McCluskey enjoyed
the honor of being President of this class .
Our sophomore year really hit the high- lites . It was this year that Betty Jean Fulton
was chosen as the Queen's attendant and a few of our boys started their sports enthusi-
asm. Also Violet Soulsby was elected cheerleader. Shilling was elected class Pres.
Slowly, but surely we were coming into our own .
During our junior year, which we called our "Turning Point, " we were starting on
our own at last. This year many of our boy's names appeared on the sports pages .
Some of these are: O'Hara, who topped E.C.O.L., Moody, Murray, Huston and Cum-
mings . Soulsby and Arnold were elected as members of the Nat'l. Honor Society.
Arlene Stier still held the position as Sec. of G.A.A. for the second consecutive year.
Violet Soulsby was moved into head position as cheerleader. jean Reed was elected
Queen's attendant this year. Our junior-Senior Prom was a big step and then we pre-
sented our highly successful play, "Let Me Grow Up."
And now as we look toward graduation we find that time has gone by fast. Larry
Shilling won the Science award this year and was elected as a member of the Nat'l.
Honor Society, along with Stier and Maitland. Don Moody and Dick Cummings were
elected as players on the E.C.O.L. All-Star Football Team. Our class play, "I'm
a Family Crisis, " proved tobejust as successful as in our junior year. Arlene Stier
was elected Queen and Jean Reed her attendant . Although we want to say that we
could not have attained this great height, if it had not been for the wonderful parents,
teachers and principal along our way who have encouraged us with untiring strength.
Lg , BARBARA Yonley, will to my sister Ruth, my good times at D.H.S. to Linda
Miracle, Glenda Patterson, Ruth Schupp and Dearma Bente my books so they will
have something to keep them out of trouble in study hall and to Edith Povick my seat
in the hall in band.
I, Joann Sheets, will to my sister Jannetta to make better grades than I. Also to
have the ability to get along with the teachers . I will, to the kids from the park, a
ride to school on cold mornings.
I, Chink Murray will to my brother Leroy my number 25 football jersey. To Shirley
Murray and Beverly Jordan all the "cool" times I've had at D.H.S. To Frank Lowery
the responsibility of seeing that this will is taken care of.
I, jackie Valentine, will to my brother, johnny, my seat in Room 34, also my
books. To Helen Selzer, Darlene Dryden, joan Stier and Barbara McCool all my good
times at D.H.S. To Rolly Foreman, Benny Nardi and jerry Dryden a watch so that
next year they won't have to bother anyone about the time like they did me . ToMr.
Jirles another bunch of Seniors like ours . To Mr. Smith another noisy fifth period
I, Lois McCluskey, will to Barbara Golec all my books and hope she gets more
out of them than I did. To Joan Haas, Joan Stier, Helen Jean Selzer, Eleanor Cer-
vellini and Mary DeVaul all my good times at D.H.S. To Mr. Winters a New Rolls
Royce to play with in his classes. To Mr. Cain someone who doesn't talk while he
is explaining a problem . Last but not least, to Mr. Smith a fifth period study hall
twice as noisey as this years because he can calm them down.
I, Dick Armstrong, will to Paul Morris, Gary Wright, Gary Page and Bob Haney
a dried up lemon on a hot practice Cthey can fight over it.h To Merle Clantz my
jersey and position on the football team. To Bob Smith a mililiter of gas so his
wife will let him use the car. To Pete and Mary Lou all my good times at D.H.S.
I, Violet Soulsby, will to Joyce Bente my position as head cheerleader and hopes she
enjoys it as much as I have . To Ruth Clantz, Eleanor Cervellini, Patty Huston and the
"Sophomore Park Gang" all my good times at D.H.S. To Gary Wright and Gary Page, I
will another year in Mr. Jirles Geography class .
I, Arlene Stier, will to my quiet and little sister, Joan, all my good times at Den-
nison High School and my seat in Senior Homeroom. To Janice Wallace, I give my
favorite pastime--dancing and I hope she'll do better than I did!! To Eleanor Cervellini
and Judy Page, I give them Mr. Jirles as homeroom sponsor and his "big line" each
morning when you come to school. And to Mr. Smith another group of girls named "Sun-
shine . "
I, Betty Jean Fulton, will to my brother Johnny, Jay Craft, David Hooker and Bobby
Davis all my good times here at D.H.S. To Joan Stier my ability to do the once and a
half off the high board. To Mr. Jirles a new book of tardy slips ffor those bad kids that
are tardy every dayj and to anyone who wants it, my seat in homeroom and all my books .
I, Morris Rosenberry, will to Bob Leece my seat in homeroom 34. To Tom J. Wright
my long walk to school. To George Carson all my books and I hope he makes better use
I, Betty McGill, will to my sister Sue all my good times at D.H.S. Also a bus
driver that is on time like I had my second year of high school.
I, Nancy Lee Arnold, will to my joking, kindhearted, laughable, good sister, Linda
Lou, my love for textbooks and school. To my sweet little brother, Billy, anything he
I, Jay Peterson, will to Don Van Fossen my parking place, and to anyone who wants
it, my seat in Senior Homeroom . To Flora all my books and I know she'll get more out
of them than I did.
I, Millison Kauffman, will "To All" my good times at D.H.S. To my sister, Judy,
my long walk from the park to school every day. To my sister, Janet, my seat in Senior
I-Iomeroom and to Merle Clantz my job as treasurer of the Hi-Y and to George Carmack
my books and I hope he gets more out of them than I did.
I, Don Moody, will to Paul Morris my football jersey number 26. I leave my stall,
my old rotten, moldy T- shirt and my football shoes to be divided equally among Wright
and Page. To any unlucky Junior who wants it my seat in Senior English. To Don Tin-
ney, "Waddles" Wright, Merle Clantz, Jerry Hill and "Ine" Hill all the fun I had in sports.
To my sister, Janet, all my good times at D.H.S. and hope she doesn't get in any of
C.A. Cains classes like my brother and I did.
I, Dave O'Hara will to Wright, Page, Norman and Ludwig a big black whip to keep
the women away. To Alan Kennedy my position on the basketball team and to my son
John Keith all my good times at D.H.S.
I, Alvin Lester, will to my sisters all my good times at D.H.S. To joe Ann, my
books and hope she gets more out of them than I did. My managers job to any poor
sucker who wants it. If there is anything left anyone who wants it can have it.
I, Clara Richardson, will to Joan Stier, Janice Wallace, Eleanor Cervellini all my
good times as a Senior. To Helen Selzer and Shirley King the ability to get alongwith
Mr. Winters. To Miss McGown a Senior class of girls that couldn't be as naughty as
I, Jean Sheets, will to my sister jannetta, the ability to get along with the teachers
andl hope she has as many good times at D.H.S. as I did. To Shirley Marty, Shelva
Riley, Agnes Malters, Shirley Harper and Shirley Holcomb my books and I hope they
get more out of them than I did. To the future Seniors, a nice teacher like Mr. jiles
for Senior Homeroom .
I, Anna Mae Vermillion, will to my brothers all my books, eats and good times I
had at D.H.S. To my sister my place in chorus and I hope she can "stick" it out. To
Helen Burdette I give my position as hall monitor. To Miss McGown I give lots of luck
and happiness in coming marriage to Rocky. And to all the other teachers aneasy going
year where they can rest a little.
I, Bob Thompson, will to my dear little brother, Lefty my seat in Senior Home-
room. To Ralph DeMuth my position as left tackle and hope he is as lucky as I to get
a glory play. And to all future athletes at D.H.S. all the fun that I had while playing
sports. To Smitty a fifth period study hall with four boys who ask to go to the library
to study and then talk "sports" instead. And last but not least to my sweet sister,
Pamela, all my good times at D.H.S.
I, Sally jo Kothe, will to my sisters Paula, Linda Lou and Sinda Sue and my brother
Corky my ability to get along with most of the teachers. To Sonia Maxwell, my
American Govemment book and my seat in Senior homeroom . Anything else I may have
acquired during my stay here, I am going to take with me.
I, Carrie Hunter, will to my sisters, Shirley and Phyllis, my books and hopes they
get more out of them than I did. To my nephews, Lawrence and Clarence all my good
times at D.H.S. To Shirley Murray my homeroom seat and to Beverly Jordan my ability
to be quiet.
I, Mary K. Maitland, will to my brother, Tommy all my good times at D.H.S.
To Mr. Jirles another student as brilliant as I.
I, Richard Huston will to my sisters, Patty and Judy all my good times at D.H.S.
To Mr. Smith all of my good looks and to anyone who wants it my American Govern-
I, Jack Gossett, will my ability to play the piano to Ruth Yonley with the hope that
she will be as great upon the stage as I was . Gia-Hal To Donna and Millie Gold all
my good times at D.H.S. To Don Tinney my seat in the Senior Homeroom in hopes
that he gets that far.
I, Dick Cummings, will to joe Winters my ability to use the power saw in man-
ual training. To Bob Roberts my position in football. To Bill Romig and Red Huston
my ability to get along with Mr. Vinci.
I, jean Reed, will to Thelma Haas my place in the ensemble and I hope she can
read music better than I. To Jackie, Barbara and Josephine my books and may they
leam a lot from them! To Nancy Rabbage I leave my seat on the bus which I share
with Anola Stocker.
I, Robert Richards, will to Lefty Thompson the ability to get along with Mr.
Vinci in shop class and to Bob Lecce my seat in homeroom. To my brother Paul
all my books and I hope he gets more out of them than I did. To Mr. Smith a new
I, Betty Gibson, will my seat in Senior Homeroom "34" to any one who thinks
it won't fall apart while sitting on it. To my brother all my books and I hope he gets
more out of them than I did. And to all the coming Seniors next year all my happy
times at D.H.S.
I, Bob Bloom, will to Tommy R. Wright someone else to tell his stories to in
football. To everybody in D.H.S. my ability to have fun. To Chuck Stocker a bet-
ter football team than we were .
I, Nancy Hargrave, will to Barbara Deeslie all my good times at D.H.S. To
Ruth Schupp my first chair in band and I hope she won't give Mr. Stucky a rough
time! To some poor unsuspecting soul my position as hall monitor.
I, Larry Shilling, in questionably mind, and with just a short time left, will to
Danny and Bob, someone else to bring them to school. I will to anyone who wants
to get a lot out of mathematical courses, Mr. Kettlewell, and I hope they enjoy the
courses as well as I did. I will to each of the teachers some patience and a smile.
Oh! About my car? Well, I have so much money soaked up in it, I'm taking it along
with me .
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
Ljq FTER abig pep talk from Mr. Vinci, the junior Class sponsor, the Juniors bloomed
into a prosperous looking class this year. Thelma Haas and Dorothy Ramsey were
chosen as Junior members of the National Honor Society. Eleanor Cervellini and Joyce
Bente were elected cheerleaders . Joyce Bente was also chosen as the homecoming
Queen's attentant. Janice Wallace, the president of the class is head majorette . In
the sports field the names of Don Tinney, Gary Wright, Gary Page, Gary Norman, Don
Czatt, Carl Ludwig, Don Houston and Tom Wright were mentioned quite often . We are
expecting great things of the Class of "55" and their booming plans.
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Ilyden Wright Yonley
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
SI' HE Sophomore Class by this time has become more familiar with the genda of
being in high school. Several of the students have attained high recognition. Paul
Morris, Tom Wright, and jerry Hill are a few of the boys who have taken part in the
sports field. Lynn Gerber and Marianne Tantarelli were the Cheerleaders this year.
"K" Herron, Beverly jordan, and Darlene Dryden were chosen as majorettes. For their
queen attendant they elected Polly Mitchell. We see a great future for the se enthusiastic
students, so keep up the good work!
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Walton Parks Basiletti
FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY
SZ' HE Freshmen class has not yet had an opportunity to win recognition in school
activities. Although several of the freshmen students are well known around
school. Donna Gold was chosen to be one of the Queen's attendants and Flora Gar-
brandt was elected cheerleader. Nancy Rabbage, Dawn AnnThompson, Nancy Walton
and Sandra Chaney were chosen as majorettes this year. The Freshmen Class of "54"
is well on its' way to a successful future.
President ....... james Basiletti
Vice-President ....... Jim Long
Secretary .... . . Carol Copeland
Treasurer . . . . . Barbara Baker
President ........ Bobby Ritchie
Vice-President ..... Carol Gamble
Secretary ..... . . Barbara Beehler
Treasurer .......... Joan Haas
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g HE National Honor Society was first organized at Dennison High School in
' 1942. The Constitution of this organization recognizes four objectives,
these are: scholarship, character, leadership and service. All members must
have these four qualities and must strive to retain them . You must also have
an average of 85 or above.
Members: Violet Soulsby, Arlene Stier
Larry Shilling, jean Reed
Mary Maitland, Nancy Amold
Thelma Haas and Dorothy Ramsey
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CHE Principals Cabinet consists of Miss McGown, Mr. Cain, Mr. Kettle-
J, well, Mr. Harmon fPrincipal,J Violet Soulsby, Mary Ellen Wilson, Paul
Morris, and Larry Shilling.
The Principals Cabinet, composed of these teachers and students decide
on some of the problems around the school. So far this year they have done
a very good job.
This page courtesy of H. C. SPRING.
Q' HE Girls Athletic Association for the fourth consecutive year is under the
new leadership of Miss Patricia McGown. This club above all else, tries
to stress good sportsmanship and teamwork. Some of the activities this year
were skating, dancing, volleyball and basketball. The officers for the year
were: President-Mildred Ortenzo, Social Chairman-Violet Soulsby, Treasurer-
Barbara Yonley and Secretary-Joyce Bente.
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JFTER a lapse of time since 1948 the I-Ii-Y was started at D. H. S. again
this year. '
The Rotary Club sent the club president to camp this summer for an officers
training course. The membership of the club numbers twenty- three members .
The boys have taken trips to Ohio University at Athens , Mt. Pleasent fBob
Smith's Alma Materl, and to Dover for joint meetings with these clubs.
The purpose of Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home
school and community, high standards of Christian character .
Pres. - . . . . . Don Moody
Vice Pres. - . . . Chink Murray
Sec. - . . . ..... Jack Gossett
Treas. - . . . . . . Millison Kauffman
Sgt. of Arms - ............. Dave O'Hara
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g HIS year a magazine selling contest was sponsored by the Crowell-Collier
f Publishing Company. Eddie Price, a sophomore won first place in the school
and David Hooker was second. The trophy for the highest classroom shuttled
back and forth, but finally stopped in the Senior Homeroom. The junior and
Senior classes received a percentage of their sales .
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GAIN this year the Hi-Lites Club was organized. It is under the direction
of a new faculty member, Mr. Joe Winters. This club is composed of a
group of regular contributors to the HI-LITES column which appears weekly in
the daily paper, THE EVENING CHRONICLE. Without any class credit, these
students have given their time and efforts willingly and freely and made the
HI-LITES a success for the fourth consecutive year. Typists for this year have
been, joArm Hunter, Thelma Haas and Eleanor Cervellini
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WR. Harmon is sponsor of a new club this year, called the F. T. A. 'The
members consist only of Seniors . These girls and boys take charge of
classes whenever a teacher is needed or is absent. Some of the students in
this group planned to make a future of teaching, therefore this club can give
them some experience in how to handle a classroom period.
This page courtesy of HOUSE OF STONES.
Q' HE Student Council, under the guidance and supervision of Mr. Stocker,
has helped in many worthwhile projects this year. The council has aided
in preparation of the Homecoming Game, had charge of the Mom and Dad night,
finished selling book covers, and is looking forward to selling pop corn balls.
The Council was established five years ago at D. H. S. and has since that
time aided the students in settling any arousing questions concerning new im-
provements for our school.
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STHESE students were called on to represent Dennison High School atW.I.E.R.
1 on the Uhrichsville Hour. Their time and effort given to this club is well
worth-while. They received no high recognition, but were willing and ready
whenever they were needed. Their program concerned the passing of the "3 Mill
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PRINCE CF PEACE
SFOR the fourth time, D. I-I. S. has taken part in the Prince of Peace De-
clamation Contest sponsored by the Ohio Council of Churches . This contest
is designed to promote world peace and is open to all students regardless of
The contestants, coached by Mr. Winters presented their speeches at the
Dennison Methodist and Park Christian Churches in November. "K" Herron and
Josephine jones were judged the winners and Thelma Haas as the alternate .
"K" and Josephine then went on to try for the county contest in December.
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Editor -in - Chief- Violet Soulsby
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Sports Editor- Don Moody
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Assistant. . . . .
Business Mgr's .
Assistant Mgr. .
Senior Editors . .
Junior Editors . .
Feature Editors .
Faculty Sponsor- Mr. Ernest Vinci
Sports Editor . . .
Art Editor. ....
Mary Ellen Wilson
EI' HE Typing Organization is new this
year and is under the direction of
Miss George. These girls are advanced
typists and devote much of their time
typing tests, letters and other forms
for various teachers and the principal
Although the club is not well-known
they are certainly appreciated.
This page courtesy of SCHWARTZ'S JEWELRY.
This page courtesy of DUNN'S GARAGE.
Queen" ........ . . Arlene Stier
Senior Attendant". . . . . Jean Reed
junior Attendant". . . . Joyce Bente
Soph. Attendant". . . . Polly Mitchell
Fresh. Attendant" . . . . Donna Gold
"Head Cheerleader" Violet Soulsby, Joyce Bente, Eleanor Cervellini, Marianne Tantarelli, Lynn
Gerber, Flora Garbrandt.
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UR mile relay team fMoody, Hunter, Tinney, O'Hara, Tinneyj qualified for state after
winning the District. The boys placed seventh out of twenty-eight teams present. Re-
member this is seventh in the whole state.
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STHE D. H. S. track team produced well this year. Winning two dual meets, winning our
ovxm invitational a.nd placing second in the Eastern Ohio District Class B. We lost adual
meet to our rivals across the creek, Uhrichsville and placed third out of five teams in the
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Uhrichsfville-Dennison Mee Dennison
Frida For 79th Cage C'
Tomorrow nights clash at Uh-
richsville betwen the Tigers and
Dennison Railroaders, the first be-
tween the two teams this year.
will mark the 79th renewal of the
long basketball series between the
Uhrlchsvllle, on the basis of
this season's record, will go in-
to the game favored to notch I
victory and chalk up its 51st
wln in the series. Undcrdol
Dennison has copped 29 of th'
Student,tickets for thr
face at both schools for 45 cents
Students will be charged the adult
price oi 75 cents at the gate '
they do not purchase tickets '
to game time.
There are no reser'
gym to be filled 5
first-served ba' . if
tussle bet' '3 ,ve
squad' . p. m.
wh" .1 probably
,ai-oerton and Dick
. Canton will officiate
lost the SE
sidelight of t
aring the outccmi
the East Central Ol
with the Tigers having
and one loss for secon-
hind Cadiz, and the I
winners twice in four
third spot. A Dennis
would deadlock the run'
where as a Uhrichsvil'
tfoucli t'huck Stocker made a
couple switches, added one new boy
to the Ruilroudcrs track squad, and
it must V - proved too much for
the Str' X"'igcrs, as Dennison
won t O ,ld straight on their
Q took eight first, while
.n Martin's Bengals took
nut them in undif
new addition to the Roudcrs
Denqf' 99 .fps Sec Dennison Urxc 50-42
Although winners of only half
nf .seam f.-sms: fm- .rim -1----mf
Nips Mi ersburg
In Final Period
By Carrol' gs Quintet
sports- dennison . . . . . . ,
without a triui After holding down ,si-
play, tion for two quarter O .zson
Although ho Railroaders falter ,tretch
knee injured ip 19.55 night BZ..Q ' C0 2. 58-
last week, Vetf 42 defeat bei Q .Oli in an
0'Ha1-9, was th East Centrr ,ue game.
Railroader att The los 11:59 in three
the Wray Witli starts i' O -tion for Coach
Ax 1, third
again outjzointed the Railroaciexs
15-6 the final frame to decide the mls'
contest. 9 iQ be
McElroy and McCul1y caan had enfllists
13 points for the evening while -VIUHIUS
Dennisen's Dave O'Hara hit for 15
to lead lzoih teams. s in ev-
DENNISON 42. O'Hara 4-7-155 lmming
Wright 6-3-153 Tinney 1-7-9: Pageg more
bgth glubs. John Railroa-ters and 1-1-33 Moody 0-0-fig Kennedy 0-0-0.1d and
u New-comel-SLC ave' arller 56-49 defeat Totals 12-18-42.' render
Gary Wright swished through 10 in Sm-en Dom pi' o '
points during a hectic last quarter the second qu. ,
rally that brought a 54-50 victory spurted to a 7 ' i up .4
for the Dennison Railroaders over gm and had A J -
the invading Millcrsburg Spartans taining wa O
last night, the way X .4 b ,
Coach John Harmon's Rail- of the G .rs cv
roaders had trailed at the quarters G3 third cl
18-11, 26-19 and 36-35 before the g ,. 4 tally 01
1255 D9l'i0fi SDl11't H19-bbffd the Win. gf, 9 cc leld 43- A 20 int scoring spree by O'Hara showing the way, charged
their Sixth ill 17 SUIWS- O Q ,ind 3330 'O'I-lar' the first half of into a 34-19 lead at halftime. The
Dennison almost. lost the'services x Jin: M4531 Er '-so League cgge Rail,-oadeg-5 were in command
o.fxW1'ight in the third quarter ' Gal of ,me -1-,Ojrrae Q 'town :est 43-3.1 at the far tum and the
he 'and Jim Metzler of Millersi- me Scoring with RK gig' q Rail- Trojans couldn't muster sufficient
collided head-on. Metzler 11' Aspaxv Conling out OI roy, 0 I ever scoring DUHCII to close the gap.
leave the game with a la 8 ight points. zhe hos. 0 O'Harq's 24 points were high
of the head. DENNISON 59iO7H.- O'Ha1'a tt 'the game while Newcomers-
Wrisllt fi11iS1lCd the 'Q Wright 6-1-13: 'mimi Joints the secmgt Q" -d two cagers in double
14 D01r1ts but Dave Q as Page 1-1-3: Moody 2-Q Iohn Harmon-l's ua. 5 6 f 41 Dennis hitting for
1111211 for the Rail" 1 19 21-10-52 an to snap a five-gan. c o Jack Miller for
I-llS.1'kC1'S while D: Q ,1 Mil- NEWCEOMERSTOWY streak and bring their rece-
lersburg with ? Z ' fir' , Q 10-4-243
wgrixnlsoiv 155 Q r T H e tene 3-13 5 lk 44131131
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Hill 0-0-0, Totals I pm- NEWCOML, 5, 49-355
Tlillililfllslfl-ilifi P Q T ai- 2-3-73 Dennis 5-o . Nall-:enspaw
313 E USFS 24--'if 1 d O nm- I-0-8-: IZ:.1'.nahs 0-1-1: Miller 6-2-
1e1'4-1-93 H0g'1115l11 ac- 14: Mnourn 1-1-3: Heller 0-0-0.
1. Totals 21- -50. ge- Tata-15, 18-13-49,
Dcmiisoii 5 Dennison 16 34 43 54
Mmersbmlg i 5 3 - -the Newcomers 11 19 31 49
RCSCVVCSZ 33-23. 1 witfi Reserves: Newcomers 37-32.
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Sunday Chicken Dinners
Home Cooked Meals
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Home of Quality Baked Goods
223 Grant St. Phone T365-R
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Quality Meats 8- Groceries
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Free Estimates - Phone I259
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