Eastmoor High School - Shield Yearbook (Columbus, OH)
- Class of 1959
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complefed a. new and beautiful
school able To accommodate
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served construction work on the
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which was completed in time for the 1959 Home
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T. H. MAYER
ADMINI TR TIO
VERRILL W. BARNES
Printing, Sales Tax Stamp Collections
WILLIAM E. BARR
Bowling Green State University
Camera Club, Tigers Basketball
Ohio State University
BARBARA G. BELK
Wayne State University
JEAN F. BELL
Ohio State University
Future Teachers of America
SAMUEL G. BUCK
DONALD E. BURNS
Ohio State University
JOHN M. CONDIT
Ohio State University
Senior Science Club
Ohio State University
Student Council, Student Court
WILLIAM E. COURTNEY JR.
Ohio State University
Science, Physical Education
Basketball Coach, Golf Coach
RAY G. CRANE
Ohio State University
SUZANNE M. DAY
Ohio State University
French, General Language
GARY L. DIXON
Ohio State University
ALPHONSE M. FOOSE
Ohio State University
BEVERLY M. GLASER
University ot South D
Junior High Cheerleaders
WILLIAM J. DISBRO
PAUL G. ECKELBERRY
Ohio State University
GERALD P. FRY
Ohio State University
Junior High Track Coach
Histor En lish
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Senior Future Teachers
ROBERT N. HEINTZ
RUTH S. HICKS
Ohio State University
DAVID C. HIGBEE
Ohio Wesleyan University
Senior Red Cross
MARY LYNN HONNOLD
Ohio State University
University ot Southern California
Texas Lutheran College
Ohio State University
JAMES E. KEISER
Ohio State University
United States Merchant Marine Academy
Ohio State University
LUCILLE M. KNUPKE
Ohio State University
University of Michigan
Ohio State University
University of Michigan
Ohio Wesleyan University
Ohio State University
MARSH E. MOBBERLY
Varsity Baseball Coach
Junior High Basketball Co
Assistant Football Coach
Pennsylvania State University
Ohio State University
Bel Canto Music Club
ROBERT A. OROSZ
Ohio State University
MARY C. PRYOR
Junior Red Cross
C. W. PURSELL
Columbia Teachers College
Problems ot Democracy
Faculty Athletic Manager
HAROLD J. SHURLOW
Ohio State University
INA A. SINGLETON
Ohio State University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Stage Sets, Costumes
Ohio State University
Reserve Basketball Coach
University ot Missouri
Ohio State University
Ohio State University
MARTHA B. WARFlELD
West Virginia Wesleyan
Ohio State University
Counselor, Physical Education
Girls' Athletic Association
Director of Cheerleaders
Ohio State University
Guidance is provided for students by their homeroom teacher. In addition to
this, special counseling services are offered by these four teachers. This program
otters students help with their questions about educational, vocational, and per-
sonal needs and interests.
Ohio State University
Science, Attendance Teacher
Ohio State University
Audio Visual Club
First row: Janet Greathouse, Mrs.
Honnold Clunchroom managerl,
Peg Pflaumg Second rovv: Ruth
Pettorini, Mary Jay, Ruth All-
spaugh, Helen Heizes, Dorothy
First row: Albert Buehler, Kathleen
Mullen, Bobby Boyclg Second row:
John Defourney, Sr. Cl-lead Custo-
dianj, Horace McQuinllen lFire-
manl, Leroy Cobb, Lorenzo Ha-
June Lamp, Pauline Whitaker
IN MEMORY OF
JUDITH ELLEN KooNcE
On Wednesday, October l5, 1958, Eastmoor's students and faculty
members assembled on the school lawn to honor the memory of one of
their teachers, Miss Judith Ellen Koonce, who heroically met her tragic death
this summer while attempting the rescue of a young child.
This memorial service was conducted to dedicate the planting of a red
bud, Miss Koonce's favorite tree, as a symbol ot her love for the outdoors.
Students contributed to purchase a bronze plaque which was placed at
the toot ot the tree. The inscription reads:
"ln memory of Judy Ellen Koonce, Eastmoor Teacher, T957-58. Died
on July 77, 7958, in the swollen waters of the Little Miami River
while attempting the rescue ot an eleven-year-old camper."
ln honor ot her bravery she was awarded the Carnegie l-lero Medal
Judy Koonce taught science and art to Eastmoor students. She was an
active member of the faculty and sponsored the Outdoor Club.
The October Fifteenth
Linda Stuart and David Gettys, president of last
year's Outdoor Club, are kneeling in front of the
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First row: Judy McKinzie, Diana Susan Davis, Marilyn Solomon, Terrie Rose, Vicki Vaughn, Jennifer Foley,
Bonita Shoults, Second row: Connie Francesone, Karen Olsen, Linda Krinn, Judy Price, Susan Smith, Sharon
Coombs, Barbara Barash, Carol Hildenbrand, Anne Lowy, Karen Culver, Third row: Sharon Schecter,
Sue Kauffman, Barbara Doyle, Jacqueline Slay, Margaret Gipple, Mr. Barr, Sarah Lou Clark, Judy Denney,
Betty Mills, Sharon Allen
ROOM 111 - BOYS
First row: Mike Feuer, Tom Klug, Rusty Hannon, Doug Shepeard, Jack Alexander, Norbert Bogle, Benny
Braun, Ricky Feinstein, Dennis Townsenclg Second row: Gary McCoy, Gary Minadeo, Mike LePogtia, Charles
Coker, Mike Pinto, Harvey Newpoff, James Beightler, Gale Sibole, Bill Duftey, Mike Bogle, Charles Becker,
Third row: Richard Eisenstein, Don Clark, Ed Lowe, Mike Andrew, Larry Peterson, John Trunnel, Stan
Ross, Mr. Lewis.
First row: Mr. Barnes, David Henderson, Gary
Martin, David Hickey, Dolores Huffman, Gail Fran-
cis, Mary Hilliand, Second row: Dick Highman-,
Ronald Stewart, James Hawkins, Barbara Mills,
Susan Simpson, Third row: John Voneida, Marty
Feinstein, Barbara Linden, Linda Hay, Fourth row:
Larry Carlisle, Harry Clark, Karen Crosier, Fifth row:
Dave Hillenbrand, Robert Eisenstein, Delphine Bai-
ley, Diane Borden, Sixth row: Robert Griffin, Gary
Johnston, Jim Schirtzinger, Phil Wilson, Sandy
Cook, Marla Greenfield
First row: Donn Kreutz, Art Turner, Carl Lowe, Terry Powell, Steve Feazel Mike Devlin Mike Nathan
Steve Hutchinson, Bob Leifert, Kirt Keple, Second row: Ann Schrock Carol Doak Judy Tuggle Sandy
Ball, Sandy Allen, Karen Faulkner, Linda Blue, Judy Curry, Vicki Morehart Sue Hatcher Marlene Eiseman
Third row: Ambernice Bullock, Sharon McMahon, John Whipple, Gary Young Karl Mills Craig Bush Tom
Moore, Roger Byerly, Roy Arnett, Mrs. Bartlett, Linda North, Janice Ogier Carol Narcross
First row: John Gurtz, Dick Tracy, Dave Schuler, Eddie Life, Mike Bullen, Mike Baetens, Second row: Carol
Meyers, Shirley Beckett, Patty Wood, Paula Knepper, Andrea Russell, Deanna Brown, Sandy Brown,
Rita Welch, Barbara Edlesteing Third row: Pam Levine, Sandy Brown, Roberta Hiser, Diana Thomas, JoAnn
McFarland, Margaret Bland, Claudia Davis, Rosalee Billingsly, Karen Hiller, Fourth row: Mr, Fry, Don
Dickson, Dave Cook, Tom Carafiol, Dallas Jackels, Rick Billow, Tim Davis, Rick Betzler
First row: George Peck, Tom Rinehart, Terry Ranclles, Don McCaughan, Don Wray, John Koetz, Bob
Schleppi, Glenn Martin, Jim Krull, Ronnie Golden, Second row: Andrea Gorenstein, Karen Quinn, Nancy
Butterworth, Linda Hill, Judy Kuchler, Hedi Hirschberg, Patty Kitzmiller, Janet Dennison, Mary Chit-
tenden, Third row: Mr. Heintz, Tara Jackson, Lynn Balthaser, Jack O'Conner, Frank Shannon, Jack Blair,
Mike Sosey, Bill Wells, Bob Nease, Diane Northrop, Sharon Kinsel, Marcia Miller
First row: Jack Fillinger, Bruce Jones, Bill Boggess, Paul Naumoff, Bob McBride, Steve Orcutt, Bob Van'
Schepen, Danny Kravig, Jim lles, Steven Hillman, Second row: Linda Bower, Susan Rosenauer, Ollie Mae
Thies, Annette Katz, Bonnie Kemple, Rose Long, Sandra Bergmann, Candy Bergmann, Jerry Malone,
Beverly Kaufman, Third row: Daisy Borders, Barbara Marriott, Elaine Greenwald, Bill Myers, Robert Mark-
wood, David Howard, Sharyll Marcus, Pat Perkins, Leslie Williams, Miss Belk
First row: Bob Straten, Tim Brackett, David Thomas, Mr. Crane, Ben Schneider, Tim Strapp, Charles Coates, Tom
Randles, Howard Ferguson, Second row: Ellen Long, Theresa Perry, Sharon Ely, Karen Ross, Sandra Carroll,
Ellen Strause, Carol Harrison, Helen Schulz, Frances Thrash, Pat Murdock, Rita Napier, Third row: Harold Davis,
Paul Houseberg, Ronnie Hatcher, Gary Barton, David Kapp, John Smith, Charles Little, Steve Baer, Carl Beall
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First row: Bill Shick, Mike Bozin, Tom Middleton, Ray Corbin, George Pilkington, Bob Nacdimen, Ronald
Boster, Bill Juhrs, Bob Nedblake, Second row: Ray Minnear, Barry Cohen, Ronald Rice, Frank Stavroff,
Bill Staten, Don Wook, Melvin Dymond, Phil Shear, Ron Craven, Paul Jones, Gerald Bohaneng Third row:
Bob Brown, Tom Webbster, Tom Merritt, lra Heartman, Mike Briggs, Jim Dains, George Magastalvi, Mike
Kohar, Bob McKisson, Frank Weiderholcl, Bob Weiss, Delmar Jones, Abie Denight, Mr. Courtney
ROOM 101 - GIRLS
First row: Darla Schafer, Joan Miller, Elaine Wernick, Patty Ward, Lilia Smyth, Konnie Kirkman, Renee
Harmel, Charleen Upiohn, Second row: Mary Hawk, Connie Barr, Pat Conner, Carol Neesham, Donna Kay
Robbins, Esther Gutter, Dixie Ewing, Penny Deering, Donna Lee Griffin, Gloria Bull, Third row: Nancy
Fisherbaugh, Susan Titus, Lynn Kremer, Karen Marshall, Carol Weber, Mrs, Singleton, Barbara Jasques, Karen
Norris, Terri Trager, Linette Brissey, Linda Rugh, Connie Wilson
First row: Steve Stellman, Mike Palestrant, Terry White, Allen Ross, Bob Blanton, Ken Ramsey, Tom
Short, Gary Garshelisp Second row: Linda Stuart, Patty Prisk, Terry Brazeal, Kathy Wightman, Diane Hall, Vir-
ginia Marsh, Peggy Alrich, Sue Armour, Jackie Cohen, Patty Hoffman, Third row: Miss Singer, Sharon
Campbell, Betty Becker, Georgette Goldberg, Jim Hawk, David Gettys, Allen Donahue, George Maroney,
Bill Cohen, Ralph Young, Kurt Mundschenk, Lencar Biddle
First row: Bill Lutsko, Mike Hansen, Dick Hiegert, Steve Craig, David Howard, David Crouse, Second row
Cheryl Aldhizer, Anita Topson, Patricia Slatter, Pam Smyser, Sandra Price, Martha Jarvis, Judy Thomas
Christine Francis, Becky Parks, Sue Hoffman, Jeanette Duffey, Third row: Nancy Fife, Sharon Sanborn:
Sharon Hoskinson, Steve Seymour, Ronald Harper, Miss Martin, Carl Rogers, Tom Minor, Paul Wright,
Lois Boesch, Sharon Wilson
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First row: Nancy Cohen, Elaine Lernley, Janet Gray, Sonia Brantley, Donna Harlan, Sylvia Harris, Virginia
Thomas, Patricia Uren, Mary Jane Eyster, Kathy Phillips, Barbara Dearth, Second row: Connie Long,
Helen Lombardo, Julia Wood, Barbara Nagel, Mary Wiederhold, Donna Saesock, Ellen Dula, Jennifer
Miller, Judy Millar, Sharon Strappy Third row: Sandra Hellrud, Judy Geichrnan, Barbara Alfant, Kristy Mi:-
Clintock, Lynn Hanawalt, Mr. Howard, Carol Martindale, Ruth Konkle, Marla Thornton, Pamilla Tucker,
Rosalie Palmer, Diane Reid
ROOM 125 - BOYS
First row: Steve Williams, Rodney Bratcher, Michael Kempke, Tom King, Rodney Hoff, Torn Patten, Bill
Shankman, Ron Darong Second row: Steve Cornils, Harold Shrock, Mike Moline, Roger Reynolds, Bill Strick-
lin, Gary Compton, David Georgoff, John Ogden, Art Lukas, John Pizzurog Third row: John Gerlock, Mike
Kristy, Ken Davis, Rod Steward, Alvey Gussler, Mike Hines, Jerry DeMolet, Jim Jacques, Barry Hiltons,
Russell Fallon, Bob Woods
First row: Larry Border, Bill Snow, Richard Pearce, Mike Richman, Owen Meier, David Solomon, Mike
Gibbons, Second row: Verna Chapman, Ann Pitt, Sharryn Bellomy, Rosemary Hill, Gloria Study, Pam
Sherman, Jane Radabaugh, Third row: Mr. Dixon, Gilbert Metcalf, Glen Bolon, Don Sprague, Ed Kelly, Pete
Arthur, Larry Gohring, Nick Miller, James Travis
First row: Richard Knapp, Charles Weir, Bill Gallick, James Pace, Harold Roach, Jim Kuhn, James Reid,
Second rovvf Levon Harrell, Annette Whitaker, Sharon Tevvell, Carolyn Noble, Carole Joseph, Sandy Smith,
Sharon Stagakes, Virginia Schott, Third row: Joan Smith, Carolyn Cohagen, Penny Dawson, Kenneth DeLong,
George lkimis, Jim Dixon, Steve Justice, Mrs. Pryor, Jenny Capuano, Sandy Eads
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Nichols, Stephen Foster, Jerry Diller, Second row: Bev Finke, Karen Kinney, Sharon Rosenbaum, Pat Car-
ruthers, Sandi Katz, Rita Zweier, Peggy Trout, Delene Burrows, Sue Wilson, Barbara Walls, Third row:
Susan STrobach, Sharon Smiih, Barbara Schecter, Sandy Levine, Sharon Reich, Dona Sowalsky, Carolyn
Moore, Carol Patchen, Donna Brown, Mrs. Day
First row: Roger Thomas, Kelly Turner, Ralph Wilson, Charles Walz, Second row: Karen Marquesen, Sue
Gerharr, Joan Williams, Sally Harrison, Dianne Phares, Becky Kelly, Judy Williams, Sandra Ferguson, Carol
Patieng Third row: Miss Marmer, Karen Wilkins, Sue Kirkbride, Sandy Maxwell, Ken Morgan, Fred McVay,
Don McKelvey, Carolyn Farkas, Arlene Mara
First row: Mrs. Johannes, Martha Brasketi, Sharon Cooper, Sue Staggs, Karen Comeras, Joyce Maguire,
Diane Gay, Hermine Margulis, Sherrie Teater, Sharon Young, Marsha Feuer, Second row: Elizabeth Leupp,
Glenna Layman, Kenneth Huffman, Dave Hoon, Dave Grossman, Bob Uhl, Dorsey Armstrong, Morrie
Exstrom, Gerry Shoemaker, Karen Reno
Firsr row: Jerry Seckel, Don Allen, Louis Bever, Tim Steelman, Frank Levi, Richard Seymour, Monroe Ler-
ner, Second row: Sharon Cheesernan, Barbara Pursell, Margaret Jones, Loretta Fuller, Billie Rogers, Peggy
Posron, Ann Goldfhvvaileg Third row: Mr. Aggas, Cheryl Spencer, Carole Brown, Maureen Nimz, Mari
Werlin, Susan Laird, Carol Adams, Fourth row: Paul Turner, Roger Nalley, Jim Casserly, Richard England
First row: Don Day, Steve Belhorn, Steve Svyofford, Norman Grossman, Melvin Finke, Paul Wright, Bob
Myers, Second row: Linda Young, Virginia Rose, Donna Doak, Betty Layne, .loan Whitt, Jeri Bobrof,
Suzanne Wolfe, Wanda Jo Schmokey, Mary l-leftron, Marcia Klug, .loan Needs, Third row: Dorothy Mc-
Donald, Nancy Lattimer, Bonita Akers, Beth Amstutz, Rhoda Reese, Diana Orem, lnes Chancey, Bernie
Napier, John Stricker, Steve Cohen, Mr. Keiser
First row: Sharon Maury, Dale Alexander, Sandy Jones, Virginia Young, Judy Roderick, Mary Forster,
Second row: Irene Zelko, Lois Oberg, Wanda Davis, Sandy Ludwig, Lin Clark, Lynn Coate, Betty Miller,
Carol Donner, Marilyn Jay, Third row: Mrs. High, Richard Siegel, Dick Doughty, Jerry Singleton, Jim
Siders, Charles Narcross, John Lane, Ken Price, Malcolm Hicks
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First row: Jim Rogers, Jerry Murchison, Emmet Pearson, Jerry Perkins, Charles Einhorn, Buster Mills,
Steve McDowell, James Mullen, Second row: Neva Lowe, Beverly Krinn, Rosanne Maker, Kay Martindale,
Mildred Mercurio, Gretchen Voltz, Mary Kelly, Sharon Jarvis, Linda Jacklesf Third row: Dianne Ortlepp,
Libby Wells, Mariorie Cuba, Nelson Freeman, Denny Tracy, Larry Golden, George Snow, John Russin,
Judy Kelly, Kay Johnston, Miss Bell
First row: Stewart Israel, Alan Levine, Mike Gleim, Frank Raisen, Robin Bowers, Jerry Patchen, Charles
Jones, Second row: Joy Henry, Rosalyn Greenburg, Andrea Powell, Sandy Chambers, Nancy Hilden-
brand, LaRita Gantz, Peggy Colegrove, Kathleen Ewing, Judy Glassburn, Barbara Smarty Third row: Marlene
Fenster, John Braulick, Roy Kollmer, John Thomas, Linda George, Ann Schlaak, Dave Kautz, Gary Clark,
Art Rhodes, Frank Levstick, Mr. Foose
First row: Ronnie McDonald, Tim Miller, Jim Huffman, Bill Hoffman, Bill Gillam, Stan Bobrof, Bob Raver,
Bill Munyang Second row: Barbara McKelvey, Barbara Edge, Carol Dreizigacker, Margrit Bauer, Carolyn Radich,
Edith Harris, Kathryn Wright, Sandra Eiseman, Dixie Hopkins, Barbara Gibson, Cynthia Husted, Dorris Wim-
mer, Third row: Loretta Forte, Roy King, John Riddle, John Baker, Barton Zaner, Ken LeMaster, Curt
Taylor, John Roope, Jim Vannoy, Leonard Block, Ken Franklin, Lee Siegel, Mr. Shurlow, Nancy Welch
First row: Gary Rutledge, Mark Topolosky, Richard Smith, Roger Seckle, Floyd Snyder, Gary Shoults, John
Krecsmar, Second row: Jeannine Moneymaker, Linda Ramseyer, Martha Prince, Dolores Mize, Karen Ree,
Carol Murphy, Dottie Myer, Sandy Reed, Nancy Cooperrider, Gwen Strawser, Sandy Parks, Third row:
Jack Turner, Dave Shupe, Lanny Orem, Ron Boyers, John Matera, Jerry Yoli, Mr. Condit, Tom Smith,
First row: Gary Fisherbaugh, Jim Winnestaffer, Steve Zwelling, Jeff Gordon, Tim Doughty, Dick Min
near, Second rovv: Judy Ramey, Eileen Collins, Lana Sentt, Rachel Egbert, Jennifer Douthit, Alena Davis
Phyllis West, Joyce Bachmann, Deborah Dolezal, Barbara Corbin, Third row: Michael Gorski, Jim Hicks
Lynn Hanover, Bill Elliot, Paul Tracy, David Gardner, Cleon Harlan, Walt Wilke, Richard Gatlin, Tim Wil
liams, Jim Singleton, Mr. Tata
First row: Mike Bougher, Tim Nease, Lewis Longcoy, Keith Kalb, Mike Forrester, Larry Kolman, Don
Schrock, Dale Fry, Second row: Alexis Jacobs, Pat Day, Pat Winslow, Sally Sacks, Janet Wiese, Claudette
Corbett, Cathy Hiser, Karen Devore, Nancy Hayner, Marilyn Rumbold, Linda Borden, Third row: Barbara
Hoffman, Mike Walsh, Walt Grelle, Susan Hallmark, Mr. Webb
First row: Elouise Schaefer, Barbara Moltenberry, Nellie Allmon, Launa Carafiol, Linda Kay Peters, Joyce
Speakman, Saundra Bland, Linda Shaw, Nancy Brown, Second row: David Kuhn, Frank Oakley, Mike Swinger,
Bill Burton, Harold Stahr, Jim Herd, Ry Poole, Mic Fishking, Beasley Patrick, Dale Barton, Dick D'Angelo
EIGHTH GRADE: Cheryl Barry, Dennis Bauchmoyer, Delores Dickey, Ted Dickey, William Ekdahl, Leo
Harper, Helene Heller, Robert Kochenderter, Karel Kreiselman, Don Lingo, Bob Machler, Peter Miller,
Richard Podkin, Barbara Share, Greg Siple, Sandy Thorn, Ray Walton, Dick Weemhoft, Don Whited
NINTH GRADE: Karen Allen, Dick Anderson, Jean Braulick, Michele Bulger, Carl Chander, Ezra Clark,
Orval Coates, Don Dell, Richard Dorman, Steve Geer, Sharon Haynes, Jack Higgins, Betty Hobson, Rod-
ney Hoft, Ray Hurst, Richard Knapp, Evelyn Loudermilk, Geraldine Manson, Marvin McCann, Bob Mo-
reen, Ray Mullen, Mike Parker, Jerry Radcliff, Phil Shear, Donna Smith, Joan Smith, Rebecca Smith,
Anne Steele, James Stevens, Mary Thompson, Ron Tomamicheal, Shirley Weenhoff, Earla Wiley, James
Wingler, Woody Wolfe, Don Wook, Jim Young
TENTH GRADE: Joy Commeras, Barbara Curtis, Richard D'Angelo, Larry Darroe, Charles Doeskin, Ted
Guyton, Wanda Harper, Patti Holbrook, Charlene Johnson, James Knapp, Ron McCarty, Darlene McKenzie,
Jan Parkemer, Jack Pyle, Loretta Ratcliff, Ted Reed, Carol Robbins, Jack Rosenfeld, Robert Rountree,
David Scarberry, Alice Shenker, Gerald Stentz, Malcom Stricklin, Margaret Tracy, June Young
ELEVENTH GRADE: Shirley Baird, Sam Conner, Steve Drake, Sandy Edwards, Gary Friedlinghous, Jerry
Kelley, Larry Koepke, Linda Leach, Paul Miller, Gary Munyan, Peggy Nelson, Norman Osborne, Doris
Parks, Jay Perler, Tom Peters, Bruce Ross, Margaret Royer, Linda Shaw, Harold Stahr, Ken Strickrod,
Gary Tiktin, Sidney Townsend
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
SUE DOSE, Vice President JIM ANDRE, Treasury
MACE 'WDA Pfeeidfmf MARJORIE HILLSON Secretary
MARY JANE BALLARD
A soft answer turneth away wrath.
Hebron High School, Hebron, Ohio l, Y-Teens 2, 3.
PHYLLIS ALENE BAUGHMAN
Silence is the healing of all ailments.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Library Staff
l, 2, Office Helper 2, Hall Monitor 3.
EDWARD PHILLIP BELL
Boys will be boys.
RICHARD ALLEN BENEDICT
There is mischief in this man.
Warriors Club 3, 4, Slide Rule Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Honorable
Mention All-City 4, Track 3, 4.
JAMES CARL ANDRE
If a man desires to move the world, let him first move himself.
Slide Rule Club 4, Senior Class Treasurer 4, Student Council
Treasurer 4, Football 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4.
DIANE JEAN ANTHONY
Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows.
Warriors Club l, 3, Y-Teens l, 4, G.A.A. 4, Office Helper 2, Hall
CAROL ANN ARLEDGE
What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity.
Roosevelt Junior High School, Columbus, Ohio I, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Warriors Club 3, 4, Sales Tax Stamp Committee l, Office Assistant
2, Hall Monitor 3.
DANIEL EDWARD BAKER
I could get along in my own individual way.
Taft Junior High School, Washington, D, C., l, F.T.A. 2, Hall
One of the quiet kind, a better fellow is hard to find.
Hialeah High School, Hialeah, Florida lg Warriors Club 4, Slide
Rule Club 4.
She has a mind of her own.
Y-Teens ig Warriors Club Treasurer 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4,
Audio Visual 2, Office Helper if Hall Monitor T, 2, 3, Shield Staff
4, Curtain Going Up 2, Best Foot Forward Assistant Student
Modest and sweet, the kind of girl you like to meet.
Senior Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4.
PHILIP W. BLACK
Ever loyal, ever true, 10 the task he has to do.
Bookroom Staff 3, Slide Rule Club 4.
A good heart is worth gold.
Hall Monitor 2, Bookroom Assistant 2.
A foke's a very serious thing.
French Club 3, Treasurer 4, Hi-Y 4, Chess Club 3, Audio Visual
23 Marching Band lp Junior Shield Staff 4.
ROBERT OLAN BROWN
Slow to offend, a darn good friend.
Central High School, Peoria, illinois, 1, 2, 3.
Mirth, admit him as one of your crew.
Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, A,
H.M.S. Pinafore 25 Best Foot Forward 3.
Inches do not make the man.
Warriors Club 2, 3, Science Club I, 2, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4,
Dance Band 4, Basketball Manager 3, 4.
JOHN DOUGLAS COOPER
Study-that's the least of my worries!
Warriors Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, Slide Rule Club 4, Audio-
Visual 2, 3.
Peaches and cream and intelligence, too.
Yokohama High School, Yokohama, Japan I, 2, G.A.A. 3, Y-Teens
3, Slide Rule Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Homecoming Court 4, Glee Club
3, 4, Senior Choir 4, Science Seminar 4, Merit Scholarship Semi-
Finalist 4, Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow School Con-
DANIEL WESLEY DEHAYES
He does easily what others find difficult.
University High School, Columbus, Ohio, Hi-Y 4, Warriors Club 4,
Math Club 4, Buckeye Boys' State 3.
DONNA DIANE CASKEY
A smile is the same in any language.
Lima Senior High School, Lima, Ohio 2, 3, Y'Teens 4, G.A.A. 4
Warriors Club 4, Girls' Basketball 4, Girls' Volleyball 4, Girls' Base
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of mon
Whitehall Yearling High School, Whitehall, Ohio I, Football 2, 3, 4
All Independent 3, Track 3, Warriors Club 3, Treasurer 4.
Far may we search before we find a heart so manly yet so kind
Warriors Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, Hall Monitor 2, 3.
SHERRILL LYNN COHEN
The best of us are the quietest.
Shawnee High School, Louisville, Kentucky I, Y-Teens 2, 3.
Some are naturally nice.
Girls' Glee 1, Warriors Club 2, 3, Red Cross Club 2, Hall Monitor
2, 3, 4.
Blessed with beauty, brains and brilliance.
Senior Class Vice-President 4, Y-Teens 3, G.A.A. 3, President 4,
Student Council Vice President 3, Student Court Chief Justice 4,
Homecoming Court 4, Buckeye Girls' State 3, Girls' Glee 2, 4,
Girls' Quartet 4, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Masquers Vice
President 2, Hall Monitor 2, 3, Office Helper 3, 4, Cheerleader
2, 3, 4, Best Foot Forward 3, Variety Show 3, Shield Staff 4.
JUDITH LYNN DOTY
She's not very large, in fact very small, but it's quality not quan-
tity that counts after all.
Y-Teens 3, 4, FTA 3, Hall Monitor 1, 2, 3, Office Helper 1, 2,
Bookroorn Assistant 2, Shield Staff 4.
GARY GENE DOZER
He will not be overcome by overwork.
Columbus Academy 1, Audio Visual Secretary 2, 3, Science Club
President 3, Cafeteria Worker 2, 3.
Busy as a bee and honey sweet.
Grosse Point High School, Grosse Point, Michigan 1, 2, 3, G.A.A.
4, Hall Monitor 4.
PATTI ANN DEWITT
Sugar and spice and everything nice.
Girls' Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4, Y-Teen Club 1, 2, Red
Cross 1, Warriors Club 1, 2, Spanish 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Office
Helper 3, 4.
A combination hard to beat-handsome, friendly and an athlete.
Reserve Football 2, 3, Varsity 4, Track 3, Varsity "E" 3, 4, Hall
RONALD LEE DIXON
Success is VZ, inspiration and 992, perspiration.
Hi-Y 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Varsity "E" 4.
JANET LORRAINE EVANS
Kindness is to do and say, the kindest things in the kindest way
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4.
Happy is he who from care is free.
Audio Visual 3, 4, Bernardine 4, Radio Room 4, Hall Monitor 2, 3.
PAUL A. FLEMING
Handsome, happy, and justly proud, always joking but never loud.
Reserve Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, Varsity "E" 3, Hall Monitor 4,
Shield Staff 4, Radio Speech 4.
An ounce of enterprise is worth a pound of privilege.
Audio Visual 3, 4, Bernardine 4, Band 4.
Men of few words are the best men.
Hi-Y 1, 2, All City Football 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Reserve
Basketball -2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Gym Assistant 2,
3, Warriors Club 2, 3.
IREEN JOYCE FRIEDMAN
Here's a devil in disguise, mischief hides behind those eyes.
G.A.A. 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Glee Club 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4,
Christmas Play 3, Student Director of Bernardine 4, How to Propose
4, Hall Monitor 2, Student Court 4, Office Helper 4, Shield Staff
2, 3, Cabinet 4, Secretary of Choir 4.
NINA ELIZABETH GANT
Good nature is one of her virtues.
Northside High School, Atlanta, Georgia l, 2, 3, Girls' Glee 4
The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra I, 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Warriors Club 4,
Variety Show, Head Maiorette,
ROBERT LEE GLOECKN ER
Gentle in manner, strong in performance.
Holy Rosary High School I, 2, Warriors Club 4, Spanish Club 3.
We have here a man, the kind we'd like to know.
Slide Rule Club 4, Football 2, Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4, Warriors
Girls chase me-l'm full of fun.
South High School, Columbus, Ohio I, 2.
KAREN LEE GROVES
A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship all the
Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Girls' Glee 4, Office Helper
2, 4, Gyfn Assistant 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Cafeteria Helper I,
Shield Staff 4, Sales Tax Committee I, F.T.A. 3, Warriors Club
2, Columbus Citizen Youth Page Reporter 4.
Ever ready, steady, and loyal.
Roosevelt Junior High School, Columbus, Ohio I, Hi-Y 4, Warriors
Club 4, Hall Monitor 2.
PATRICIA JEAN GUARD
Contented as a kitten, pleasant as a purr.
Baldwin Jr. High School, Montgomery, Alabama I, Y-Teens 2, 3,
4, Warriors Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 4.
Napoleon wasn't a giant-eithers
Greenville High School, Greenville, Michigan, 2, 3, Warriors Club
4, Basketball 4.
JAN ICE ROSE HATCHER
Her heart is kind, her voice is sweet.
Fort Gay High Sdiool, Fort Gay, West Virginia 1, 2, Y-Teens 4,
Cafeteria Helper 3, 4.
PRISCILLA ANN HESKETT
Nice to look at, nice to know.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Assistant 2, Marching
FRANCES ANNE H I LLER
The heart to dream, the skill to do.
Pensacola High, Pensacola, Florida 3, Senior Choir 4, Girls' Glee
Club 4, Ensemble 4, Quartet 4, Y-Teens 4, GAA 3, FTA 4,
Library Staff 3.
MARJORIE ELLEN HILLSON
Honor is her stanclarcl, perfection is her goal,
Roosevelt Jr. High School, Columbus, Ohio l, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4,
Hall Monitor 2, Student Council 3, Student Court 3, Senior
Class Secretary 4, Shield Stall Co-Editor 4.
ALBERT STANTON HOSTER
When duty whispers low, thou must, the youth replies, l can.
Columbus Academy, Columbus, Ohio l, Warriors Club 2, 3,
Track 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4.
Be not something good, be good for something.
Warriors Club 3, 4, Audio-Visual 3, Football 2.
STEVEN HAYN ER
True to his work, his word, his friends.
Life is far too important a thing to talk seriously about.
Warriors Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, Varsity "E" 2, 3, 4, Foot
ball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Track 3, Hall Monitor 2, Gym Assistant 3
NANCIE MAY HERRELL
The measure of a vvornan is what shr' has clone lor otlrr-rs
Warriors Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4
MICHAEL JAMES JEFFERIES
Friendly and tall, a grin for all.
Audio-Visual Club 4, Slide Rule Club 4, Warriors Club 4, Hall
JUDITH ANN JONES
Kindness and consideration in every action.
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2.
WILLIAM RUSSELL JONES
Music is the universal language of mankind.
Bel-Canto 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior 2, 3, 4, Concert Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Trumpet Trio State Superior Rating 3.
SANDRA LEE JORDAN
Her big blue eyes and winning grace set men's hearts at a faster
Linden McKinley High School, Columbus, Ohio I, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4,
Y-Teens 3, 4, Warriors Club 2, Homecoming Queen 4, Bookroom
Assistant 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
Happiness is the only good.
Linden McKinley High School, Columbus, Ohio I, Dance Club 4.
A saxophone player very fine, and character very kind.
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Dance Band
2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 3, Gym Assistant 3.
MACE IKIRA ISHIDA
Noble actions characterize the great.
F.T.A. 4, Hi-Y 1, Varsity "E" 2, 3, 4, President of Senior Class 4,
Vice-President of Student Council 4, Baseball 2, 3, Football 3, 4,
Track 3, 4, Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4.
ROSLYN AN N JACKSON
Why ask questions, just have fun.
Linden McKinley High School, Columbus, Ohio 1, 2, F.T.A. 3,
Spanish Club 3.
SALLY ANN KALL
She's musically inclined, a new "him" she's always able to find.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. T, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Bel Canto 2, 3, Dra-
matics Club 2, Student Council Treasurer 2, Drum Maiorette 2,
3, 4, Dance Band l, 2, 3, Senior Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, Girls' Glee
3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 3, H.M.S. Pinafore
2, Bernardine 4, Oklahoma 4.
SALLY ANN KAPP
Whether gentlemen prefer blondes or not, they prefer her.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, F,T.A. 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Office Helper 2, 3,
4, Girls' Glee 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 4.
BARBARA LEAH KAUFMAN
Short she may be, but every inch counts.
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Shield Staff 4.
JAMES LYNN KLEINHANS
I am not fond of uttering platitudes.
Audio Visual 3, 4, Science Club 3, Photography Club 3, Hall
JEAN ANN KOHAR
As sun colors flowers, art colors life.
Forty Fort High School, Forty Fort, Pennsylvania 1, Y-Teens I, 2,
3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Warriors Club 2, Girls' Glee 1, 2, Hall Monitor
3, 4, Cafeteria Helper 2, Shield Staff 4, Sales Manager, Ohio State
Journal Youth Page Reporter 4.
LORELYN DORIS KUCHLER
Lovely to look at, delightful to know.
Whitehall Yearling High School, Whitehall, Ohio l, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4,
Vice-President 4, Library Club Recorder 3, Homecoming Court 4,
Cheerleader, Varsity 4, Student Council 4, Student Court Uudgel
4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Senior Choir Treasurer 4, Library Staff 3.
I suppose school is a necessary evil.
Roosevelt Junior High, Columbus, Ohio I.
JAMES RICHARD LAWTON
O give me a man that sings at his work.
Chess Club 1, Senior Choir i, 2, 3, Mixed Ensemble 'l, 2, 3, 4,
Boys' Ensemble 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club l, 2, 3.
Her modest answer and graceful air, show her wise and good
as she is fair.
F.T.A. I, 37 Warriors Club 27 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 37
Slide Rule Club 47 Science Seminar 3, Aj Girls' Glee 47 Senior
Choir I, 2, 3, 47 Hall Monitor 47 Student Council 2.
FRED EDWIN LEUPP
Success is by acting7 not by wishing.
Roosevelt Junior High School 'I7 Warriors Club 3, 47 Hi-Y 27
Slide Rule Club 47 Senior Band 2, 37 Football 2.
HAROLD DAVID LEWIS
Laugh and the world laughs with you.
Portsmouth High School, Portsmouth, Ohio I, 2, 37 Warriors Club
47 Football 4.
ROBERT JACK LEVENSON
A leader, not a follower.
Mumford High School, Detroit, Michigan 1, 27 French Club 47
Warriors Club 37 Junior Shield Staff 37 Shield Staff, Business
PATRICIA B. LIND
Good nature is the very air of a good mind.
White Bear High, White Bear Lake, Minn. I, 2, 37 Slide Rule Club 4.
TIMOTHY LAN E LOWER
An all-round good sport is he, and just as modest as he can be.
Linden McKinley I7 French Club 3, 47 Football 2, 37 Basketball
2, 3, 47 Track 47 Gym Assistant 3.
NANCY ANN LU KACS
And all that's best of dark and bright meets in the aspect of her
G.A.A. 37 Y-Teens 47 Warriors Club 47 Senior Choir 47 Girls' Glee
I, 2, 37 Girls' Ensemble 47 Office Helper 47 Gym Assistant 37
Shield Staff 4.
HELAYNE JOYCE MARGULIS
Dark hair, shiny eyes, merry humor, she's a prize.
Warriors Club 2, 3, Secretary 47 Hall Monitor 47 Varsity Cheer-
leader 2, 3, 4.
BEVERLY KAY McCLU RG
A sweet and friendly lass is she, full of fun and follity.
Warriors Club 3, 4, Dance Club 4, Hall Monitor 2, 3, Library As-
sistant 2, 3, Gym Assistant 4, Best Foot Forward 3, Bernardine 4.
KAREN LETA MCCOY
Judge her not by her height, but judge her by her inner light.
FTA l, Y-Teens l, 3, 4, GAA 2, 4, Warriors 3, 4, Library Staff 2,
Hall Monitor 4, Office Helper 3, 4, Student Court Judge 3, Shield
Staff 4, Sales Tax Stamp Committee 2.
SHAREN RETA McCOY
She's friendly, sparkling, cute and sweet, a combination hard to
F.T.A. l, Y-Teens I, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Warriors 3, Library Staff
2, Hall Monitor 4, Office Helper 4, Student Court Judge 3,
Shield Staff 4, Sales Tax Committee 2.
NUEBERT CHARLES MCDONALD
lt's the mind that makes the body rich.
Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, Slide Rule Club 4.
JAMES W. MARTIN
To all the world I give my hand.
Hi-Y l, Football 2, Baseball 2.
Quality, not quantity is what counts.
Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity "E" Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball
2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, 3, Gym Assistant 3, 4.
PATRICIA LOUISE MAYFIELD
Oh, I am stabbed with laughter!
GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Bel
Canto 2, Secretary-Vice President 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra
2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 'l, 2, 4, Treasurer 4,
Best Foot Forward 3, Variety Show I, 3, Oklahoma 4.
DELORES KAY MARX
Not very tall, in fact small, but her good nature is liked by all.
Roosevelt Jr. High School, Columbus, Ohio T, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
FTA 3, Gym Assistant 2, 3, 4.
KAREN JEANNE MILLS
To be of use in the world is the only way to be happy.
South High School, Columbus, Ohio 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Girls' Glee
Club 4, Warriors Club 4.
Wit is the flower of the imagination.
Scott High School, Toledo, Ohio -1, French Club Vice-President
3, Hi-Y 4, Chess Club 3, Hall Monitor 2, Tennis 4.
THEODORE JAY MOCK
To argue is his great delight, and he can do it wrong or right.
Warriors Club 3, Science Club Secretary I, Slide Rule Club 4,
Basketball I, Golf 3, Track 2, Student Court 3, Senior Choir I,
2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartet I, 2, 3, 4,
H.M.S. Pinafore 2.
JOHNNY PETE PAUL MOKAS
He's witty, he's shy, there's mischief in his eye.
Ashland High School 2, 3, January I959.
JOHN H. MCGRIFF
Not even a genius compares with grit, because a man can't lose if
he won't quit.
Hall Monitor 3.
GRACE ELIZABETH MERCER
There's a cheery face above and a gentle heart inside.
Central Junior High, Newark, Ohio I, Junior Red Cross 'l, 2, War-
riors Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, Hall
Monitor 3, 4.
Only the just man enjoys peace of mind.
Whitehall Yearling High School I, 2, Warriors Club 4, Camera
MARY JANICE MILLER
Neatly attired, she's always admired.
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Band 3, Librarian 3, Drum Maiorette 3,
Girls' Glee I, 2, 4, Senior Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4,
H.M.S. Pinafore 2, Variety Show I, 2, Student Court 3, Student
Council 1, 2, 3, Office Helper 'l, 2, 4, Gym Assistant I, 2, 3.
JAMES RONALD MORGAN
Character makes its own destiny.
Gahanna Lincoln High School, Gahanna, Ohio 'l, Chess
Science Seminar 3, 4, Marching Band 2, Concert Band 2, Dance
Band 2, Senior Orchestra 2, Football 3, Track 3.
BETTY JEAN MOREHART
The best of us are often the quietest.
Dance Club 4, Red Cross Club 4, Hall Monitor 2, Stude
JOYE JANE MOYER
Speech is silver, but silence is golden.
Senior Red Cross 3, Warriors Club 4, Shield Staff 4.
NANCY JEAN MURPHY
l'm sure care is an enemy to life.
Y-Teens 4, Warriors Club 4, Hall Monitor l.
The hand that made you fair has made you good.
St. Joseph Academy, Columbus, Ohio l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 4.
SHARON ANNE MYERS
Life is full of fun, enjoy it with me, everyone.
South High School, Columbus, Ohio 2, Y-Teens 3, 4: Warriors Club
3, 4, Office Helper 4, Hall Monitor 4, Shield Staff 4.
Give me the outdoors and a sport to master.
Warriors Club 3, Football l, 2, 3, Co'Captain 4, All City 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Baseball l, Varsity "E" l, 2, 3,
Student Court 4, Student Council 2, Hall Monitor 3.
AMELIA ANN NEELY
She has a smile, a look, a winning way.
Y-Teens l, Music Chairman 3, Secretary 3, Pres. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4,
Warriors Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bernardine 4, Hall
Monitor 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Quartet 3, 4, Office Helper l,
Mixed Ensemble 4, H.M.S. Pinafore 2, Curtain Going Up 2,
Senior Choir l, 2, Treas. 3, Assistant Secretary 4, Varsity Cheer-
leader 2, Reserve 3.
ROBERT LEE NOBLE
Nothing great is ever achieved without enthusiasm.
Chess Club 2, Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, Junior Shield
Staff 3, Shield Staff 4.
Just like sugar-refined.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 1, Dramatics Club 3, Warriors Club 3, 4,
Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4, Gym Assistant 2, Shield Staff 4, Y-Teens 2.
JANIS EILEEN OLIVE
A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find.
GAA I, Warriors Club 3, Senior Choir l, Audio Visual 1, Y-
Tall, blonde, and terrific.
GAA 1, 2, Y-Teens l, 3, 4, Warriors Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4,
Shield Staff 4.
JAMES MONTGOMERY PATTERSON
What's the use of worrying?
Whitehall Yearling High School, Whitehall, Ohio 'I, 2, Senior
Choir 4, Football 4.
They can succeed who believe they can.
Y-Teens I, GAA I, 2, Spanish Club 3, Warriors Club 2, Office
Helper 3, 4.
A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of nature.
Science Club I, Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Hall Monitor 3,
Book Room Helper I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2.
Small and neat and very petite, a combination-how unique.
Y-Teens I, 4, G.A.A. 2, Warriors Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 2, 4,
Shield Staff 4.
JANET ELAINE READ
Still waters run deep.
Y-Teens 'l, 35 Warriors Club 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 Slide Rule Club 45
Library Staff l5 Offioe Helper 2, 3, 4.
MARIA CHRISTINA REINOSO
Dainty and delightful.
Y-Teens 45 Red Cross 3, Secretary 35 G.A.A. 4.
DUANE EDWARD REYNOLDS
He doesn't have acquaintances5 he has friends-lots of them.
Warriors Club 3, 45 Slide Rule Club 45 Gym Assistant 35 Student
Council 45 Reserve Football Manager 35 Tradc 3, 45 Varsity "E"
45 Football Manager 4.
MARCIA WAYNE RHODES
A golden personality topped by golden locks.
Y-Teens I5 G.A.A. 25 F.T.A. I, Vice-President 25 Dramatics Club
2, 3, Secretary 45 Slide Rule Club 45 Sciena: Seminar 45 Girls'
Glee l, 25 Senior Choir l, 2, 3, 45 Office Helper 4.
ESTHER GLADNEY POWELL
She is as fair as a rose in May.
Nuttall High School, Lookout, West Virginia 2, 35 Dramatia Club 4.
Ambition to attempt and skill to win.
Linden McKinley High School, Columbus, Ohio l, 25 F.T.A. 3, 45
Y-Teens 3, 45 Hall Monitor 4.
JERRY M. RAINEY
No really great man thought himself so.
Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Danoewliand l, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band
l, 2, 3, 4.
Life without sports is not life.
Mifflin High School, Columbus, Ohio5 Warriors Club 2, President
35 Varsity "E" 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual Club 35 F.T.A. 45 Varsity
Football 2, 3, 4, All City Honorable Mention, Co-Captain 45
Basketball 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Gym Assistant
2, 35 Shield Staff 45 All City Football.
JAN IS LOU ISE ROGERS
She who wants to sing will always find a song.
Y-Teens I, 3, Treasurer 4, G.A.A. 2, F.T.A. I, Secretary, Dra-
matics Club 2, Warriors Club 3, 4, Senior Choir I, 2, 3, Vice
President 4, Girls' Glee I, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Mixed Ensemble
3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Bel Canto Club
3, President 4, H.M.S. Pinafore 2, Variety Show I, 3, Hall Monitor
2, 3, Office Helper 4.
Opinions have no chance to survive when there is no opportunity
Whitehall Yearling High School, Whitehall, Ohio I, 2.
She is so mischievous that even her friends watch her out of the
corners of their eyes.
Whitehall Yearling High School, Whitehall, Ohio I, 2, Y-Teens 3,
Secretary 4, Warriors Club 3, 4.
Sweet and serene.
Central High School, Columbus, Ohio, 2, 3, F.T.A. 4.
The only way to have a friend is to be one.
Warriors Club 2, 3, 4.
SUE ELLEN RILEY
Brown hair inclined to curl, just a very charming girl.
F.T.A. President l, 3, 4, Y-Teens Treasurer I, 2, 3, Vice President
4, Girls' Glee Treasurer 2, Bel Canto Club 2, President 3, Secre-
tary 4, G.A.A. 2, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4,
Concert Band I, President 2, 3, 4, Marching Band President 2, 3, 4,
Student Council 2, Office Helper 3, Gym Assistant I.
LINDA SUE RINGER
Beauty is the smile of God, music, His voice.
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Warriors Club I, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Girls'
Glee 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir I, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Variety Show I, 3,
H.M.S. Pinafore 2, Curtain Going Up 2, Hall Monitor 3,
ALVIN lVl. RINKOV
Why should the devil have all the good times.
South High School, Columbus, Ohio I, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Warriors 3, 4,
Varsity "E" 4, Basketball 3, 4, Gym Assistant 3, 4, Hall Monitor
STEPHEN RICHARD ROSEN
To insure peace of mind-ignore the rules and regulations.
Jamaica High School, New York City 2, 35 Shield Staff 4.
None knew what he could do until he tried.
Handcock High School, Zanesville, Ohio I5 Warriors Club 3, 45
Audio Visual 45 Hall Monitor 2, 35 Track 25 Football 3.
SANDRA KAY RUGH
You like her, because she's always herself.
Warriors Club 45 Senior Red Cross Club I, 2, 35 Hall Monitor 45
Book Room Assistant 3.
JACK CLIFFORD RUSSELL
The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can
Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 4.
JILL CECILIA RUSSELL
Her actions are as sweet as her face.
Y-Teens 'I, 2, 3, 45 Warriors Club 'I, 2, 35 G.A.A. 4.
MELICENT ELLEN RUSSELL
Live, love, laugh, and be merry.
Bexley High School I, 2, 35 G.A.A. 45 Hall Monitor 4.
SYDNEY LOUISE SCOTT
Happy-go-lucky, fair and free, nothing there is that bothers me.
F.T.A. 'I, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens I, 45 Dramatics Club 25 Senior Choir
2, 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Girls' Glee 2, 3, 45
Warriors Club 35 Office Helper 35 Hall Monitor 2, 3, 45 H.M.S.
Pinafore 25 Variety Show 35 Girls' Quartet 4.
RICHARD WILLIAM SCHULZ
An athlete and a mighty one who plays the game until it's won.
Walton High School, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. I5 Warriors Club 2,
3, 45 Varsity "E" Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45
All City 35 Football 3, 45 Ohio Lineman of the Year 45 Gym As-
sistant 3, 45 Hall Monitor 45 All Independent 3.
PHILIP JAY SCHWARTZ
All great men have defects, I have a few myself.
Science Club President I, Chess Club 2, 3, Slide Rule Club 4,
Dramatics Club 4, Student Council 2, Bernardine 4, How To Pro-
SUE ELLEN SECKEL
Beauty is the virtue of the body, as virtue is the beauty of the
Senior Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble
4, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2,
3, 4, Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, lVice'Presidentl Y-Teens 4, GAA
2, Student Council 4, Office Helper 2, 4, Varsity Cheerleader
2, 3, 4, H.M.S, Pinafore 2, Variety Show I, 3, Best Foot Forward
3, Bernardine 4, Dramatics Award 58-59-3, Contest Ensemble
2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL PATRICK SHAFER
Clever and quiet, with little to say.
He has the rare gift of being faithful, thoughtful, and considerate.
Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity "E" 3, 4: TFBCIY 2, 3, 4-
BEVERLY SUE SHARPE
How far this little candle throws its beam.
GAA. 1, 2, a, 4, Y-teens 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, shield staff 4.
WILLIAM GRANT SHOENER
To write well is to think well.
Marion Franklin High School I, 2, French Club 3, Math Club 4.
DICK LARRY SHOVER
The less I know, the less I forget.
Science Club 2, Slide Rule Club 4, Warriors Club 3, Boys' Ensemble
2, 4, Mixed Ensemble 4, Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Boys' Quartet 2, 4,
Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, H.M.S. Pinafore 2, Gym Assistant 3, Library
Staff 2, Hall Monitor 'I.
Speech is great-silence is greater.
Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, F.T.A. I, 2, Warriors Club 3, 4.
If talking were electricity, she'd be a powerhouse.
G.A.A, I, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Bernardine 4, Office Helper 4.
DIANE MARIE SNYDER
She walks in beauty, like the night of clouclless climes and starry
Y-Teens 4, G.A.A, 2, 4, Warriors Club 3, Office Helper 4, Hall
DOUGLAS BRUCE SPOHN
Science Club 2, Slide Rule Club 4, Boys' Glee 2, 3, 4, Boys'
Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Mixed
Ensemble 2, 4, Student Council 2, Varsity "E" 3, 4, Hall
Monitor 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3,
Variety Show I, 3, H.M.S. Pinalore 2, 9th grade Choir.
.IUDITH LEE STERLING
They know enough who know how to learn.
Dramatics Club 2, 3, Slide Rule Club 4, F.T.A. Club I, 2, Secretary
3, President 4, Science Seminar 3, Best Foot Forward 3, Junior
Shield Staff 3, Co-Editor Shield 4, Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4.
Out of her mouth often come gems.
University High School, Columbus, Ohio I, Dramatics Club 2,
Senior Choir 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Girls' Glee 3, Variety Show
3, Hall Monitor 3.
CONSUELO RAE SMITH
A winning way, a friendly smile, in all a girl worthwhile.
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Pho-
tography Club 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Variety Show 3,
Library Staff 4, Best Foot Forward 3.
GEORGI DAWN SMITH
Neat as a pin and twice as sharp.
Upper Arlington High School, Columbus, Ohio I, 2, G.A.A, 3, 4,
F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Office Helper 4, 'Shield
Full of fun.
Reynoldsburg High School, Reynoldsburg, Ohio I, French Club
President 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Gym Assistant 3, Office Helper 4,
Hall Monitor 4.
KATHRYN MAXINE STIRES
A smile to delight . . .
Y-Teens I, 4, Red Cross Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Spanish Club
3, Tax Stamp Committee 3, Chairman 4.
RICHARD DEAN STROSNIDER
The best way to be happy is to have a good time.
Science Club I, 2, 3, 4.
DAVID FRED THOMPSON
The mind, the manner, the will to succeed.
Science Club I, 2, Vice President 2, Slide Rule Club 4, Senior
Band Manager 4, Student Council 3, Science Seminar 3, 4.
HELENE IRIS TOPP
Laughter is the voice of angels.
Dramatics Club 2, 3, French Club 3, F.T.A. 4, Science Seminar 3, 4,
Warriors Club 2, Hall Monitor 2, 3, Curtain Going Up 2, How
to Propose 4.
JUDITH RAE TURNER
If God can love all boys-surely I can love a dozen.
Whitehall Yearling High School I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Warrior Club 4
Hall Monitor 4, Gym Assistant 4, Shield Staff 4.
BERNARD ROGER VAN HOOSE
Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.
Audio Visual Club 3.
GLENN FREDDIE VITITOE
An honest man is the noblest work of God.
French Club 3.
STEVEN BARRY WARFIELD
His shy and boyish smile is irresistable.
Bexley High School I, 2, 3, Warriors Club 4, Hall Monitor 4
Football 4, Basketball 4, Golf 4, Varsity "E" 4.
MARY IRENE WHITTEN
She's always there with a friendly smile, the kind of girl that
makes life worthwhile.
Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Warriors Club 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant I, 2,
Shield Staff 4.
SONDRA PEARL WHITTLE
Sweet thoughts are mirrored in her face, and every motion is a
Munich American High School, Munich, Germany 2, 3, F.T.A. 4,
Y-Teens 4, Office Helper 4.
JUDY KAY WILLIAMSON
Quiet persons are welcome everywhere.
G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Or-
chestra I, 2, 3, 4, Brass Choir I, 2, 3, 4.
JOAN LOUISE WINTERS
lt's the little things in life that count.
Worthington High School I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, G.A.A. 4.
JULIANA SUE WARNER
There is magic in her dancing feet.
Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Warriors Club 4, Student
Council I, 4, Bel Canto Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Band I, 2, 3, 4, Senior
Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Drum
Maiorette 3, 4, Office Helper 4, Variety Show I, 3, Homecoming
Court 4, O.S.U. Music Clinic Scholarship 3.
God gives us all some way to set the world rejoicing.
Y-Teens 3, 4, G.A.A, I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Office
Helper 4, Gym Assistant 2.
ALAN NEIL WEISS
A brain well furnished, a tongue well taught.
Chess Club 2, President 3, Slide Rule Club 4, Warriors Club 2,
French Club 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4.
CAROL JEANNE WERLIN
Oceans of pep, with laughs on every wave.
G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, Warriors I, 2, Office Worker I, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Monitor I, 2, 3, Library Assistant I, 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 3.
The world belongs to a patient man.
Warriors Club 3, 45 Stage Crew 45 Shield Staff 4.
RONALD PONTIUS YOUNKIN
Justice without wisdom is impossible.
Hi-Y 45 Warriors Club 45 Golf 3.
MARY KATHRYN ZINDEL
Friends are born, not made.
Whitehall-Yearling High School 15 Y-Teens 45 Hall Monitor 2
Everything is humorous when it happens to someone else.
Franklin Junior High School 15 Warriors Club 3, 45 Track 3, A
Georgi Smith, Karen McCoy, and Julianne Radich are admiring their collections of senior pictures.
Bernie Bornslien, Jill Russell, and Dan DeHayes are checking the
senior bulletin board tor information on colleges and careers.
Marianne Ogg and Carol Padgett consider the arrival of class rings a high
point of their senior year.
Gee, l thought that last period bell would never ring!
The girls are Sally Kapp, Sandy Jordan, and Judy Jones.
May I have some too?
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Reynolds, Marcia Rhodesg Third row: Priscilla Heskett, Mariorie Hillson, Sally Kall, Jean Kohar, Margaret Leu, Fourth row: Linda Davis, Dan DeHayes, Sue
Dose, Betty Gam.
All Eastmoor seniors who attain a scholastic average of 3.2 are candidates for membership in the National Honor
Society. The T959 members were tapped for membership at the Honor Assembly held in the auditorium in the
spring. In addition to high scholarship, they qualified on the basis of worthy character, constructive leadership,
and purposeful service to Eastmoor High School.
OR COMES TO EASTMOOR
This is a representative body of the honors that have come to Eastmoor students this year.
Third Runner-Up-Ford Motor Co. Journalism
Finalist in National Merit Scholarship Contest
Honorable Mention in Ohio State General
First Place at Eastmoor in Betty Crocker
City, District, and State Football Honors
Central Ohio Lineman of the Year
State All-Star Football Team
Selected All-American by the Sporting News
District Second Place in "Hiring the Handi-
capped" Essay Contest
First Place Junior High School Spelling Bee
Twelfth Place in Regional Finals
Finalist in National Merit Scholarship Contest
Honorable Mention in Ohio State General
First row: Nancy Cooperrider, Judge, Karen De Vore, Clerk, Laurie Kuchler, Judge, Sue Dose, Chief Justice, Ireen
Friedman, Judge: Joy Henry, Clerk, Second row: Mr. Conover, Advisor, Bob Naumoff, Judge, Ray Bland, Bailiffp
Bill Gillam, Judge
Student Court at Eastmoor is as the name suggests, a iudicial body.
It not only punishes the misguided student, but also helps him adiust
to school routine. This group tries such cases as running in halls, chew-
ing gum, littering school property, and writing on desks. The punish-
ment for committing such misdemeanors generally fits the offense.
For example, a student found guilty of chewing gum might be asked
to rid the drinking fountains of all chewing gum. The offenders are
tried by seven judges, three juniors and four seniors, which are elected
by the students. The court also has three appointed members, two re-
corders and a bailiff. Student Court, under the supervision of Mr. Con-
over, works for good citizenship at Eastmoor.
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Janlce Molienberry Judy Kuchler, Holly Talley Second row Lynn Balfhaser Cath: Hnser, Darlene Marhn, Phul Paul Phxl Jones, Rlchard Dorman John
Vonenda Jnm Andre, Bull Grllam, Judy Wlllnams, Jackne Rose, Sharon Jarvrs Jul: Warner, Thrrd row Mr Conover, Jeamne Moneymaker Llnda George
Jerry Shoemaker Rncky Brown Duck England Paul Semones Ron Wolletf Duane Reynolds Jeff Gordon Mace Ishxda, Sue Seckel, Laurie Kuchler
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mary Taylor, Sherrill Cohen, Mike Bozin, David Crouse, Mary Beth Thompson, Kelly Turner, Barbara Moltenberry, Mary Heffron, Pat Mayfield, Bob
Lewis, Norman Huber, Ted Guyton, Steve Stellmang Third row: Sarah Parker, Betty Becker, Jack Russell, lra Sutton, Ted Reed, Donna Weed, Saundra
Bland, Judy Williamson, Don Sprague, Mr. Kaye, Connie Smith, Ann Goldthwaite, Sidney Townsend
First row: Terrie Rose, Charleen Upiohn, Carol Doak, Warner Moore, Margaret Sipple, Cheryl Barry, Lois Klingman, Marla Greenfield, Linda Krinn, Marcia
Miller- Second row: Dean Ishida Carl Lowe, Linda Whittier, Paula Knepper, Sarah Clark, Mike Korbel, Susanna Huffman, Bill Boggess, Larry Border, Patty
Stark, Sandy Cook, Sandy Eads,,Jerry Malone, Lynn Stanley, Sandy Brown, Jack Blair, Third row: Pam Levine, Gene Christiansen, Steve Baer, James Beight-
ler, Steve Bless, Richard Wetzel, Sharon Stagakes, Mr. Kaye, Carol Narcross, Roy Arnett, Tom Klug, Carl Andre, Tim Davis, John Rosemond, Tom Rinehart,
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First row: Jeff Portman, Norman Huber, Pat Mayfield, Sandy Edwards, Frank Oakly, Ted Guyton, Dean Coil, Danny Reynoldsf
Second row: Jerry Rainey, Mike Swinger, Jack Russell, Third row: Bill Jones, Ken Stickrod, Jim Herd, Mr. Kaye, Ira Sutton, Pat Bus-
sard, Sidney Townsend
Sandy Edwards is brushing up on her music before a performance
E IOR CHOIR
Our Senior Choir under the direction of Mr. Morris has performed in many of our
school assemblies. The choir added to the Christmas spirit by participating in the
Christmas assembly and carolling through the halls. Some of the choir members helped
the Kinder Keys project by Christmas carolling. Eastmoor's Senior Choir was one of
many city choirs that sang in the Christmas Program at Central High School.
First row: Sharon Bethel, Joy Henry, Diane Phares, Amelia Neely, Doris Wimmer, Sharon Jarvis, La Rita Gantz, Juli Warner, Virginia Young, Angel Burnette,
Bev Krinn, Marcia Rhodes, Janis Olive, Sharon Rosenbaum, Marilyn Stevens, Mr, Morris, Second row: Sandy Parks, Margrit Bayer, Patti DeWitt, Sydney
Scott, Peggy Leu, Barbara Moltenberry, Valerie Pearson, Laurie Kuchler, Bobbi Robin, Sherrie Gibbons, Linda Davis, Frances Hiller, Sue Dose, Sue Riley,
Diane Caskey, Mary Jo Flowers, Third rovv: Gerrie Shoemaker, Clarice Smith, Carol Heizer, Bobbi Kall, Janis Rogers, Salli Kall, Mary Miller, Pat Mayfield,
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First rovv: Mr. Morris, Carol Myers, Peggy Cullman, Janet Dennison, Sue Steffey, Delores Huffman, Juli Walls, Sue Douthit, Lyn Balthasar, Judy Pilzer,
Jennifer Foley, Vicki Vaugn, Gail Frances, Sarah Welch, Second row: Linda Hill, Mary Cutshall, Judy Kuchler, Bonnie Kem, Patty Kitzmiller, Bonnie Kemple,
Johnny Rosemund, Don Kreutz, Barbara Doyle, Sharon Coombs, Helene Heller, Sharon McMahon, Deanna Brown, Third row: Karen Hiller, Leslie Williams,
Geraldine Webster, Helen Shultz, Ellen Long, David Schluer, Warner Moore, Marty Feinstein, Roberta Shaw, Joanne McFarland, Sue Rosenauer, Karen
Olson, Carol Harrison, Fourth row: Sharyl Marcus, Andrea Gorenstein, Elaine Greenwald, Karel Kreiselman, Mary Morris, Rick Betzler, Bill Myers, Dallas
Jaekels, Roy Arnett, Diane Northrup, Mary Strobach, Margaret Bland, Barbara Share
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First row: Carole Hovvdyshell, Judy Millar, Sandra Morgan, Pafly Ward, Lynn Kremer, Jim Blackwell, Dave Cabit, Tom Middleion, John Ogden,
Braulick, Micki Franklin, Karen Foreman, Penny Dearing, Bonnie Venook, Mr, Morris, Second row: Virginia Marsh, Konnie Kirkman, Dixie Ewing, Judy
Denning, Sue Armor, Gene Christiansen, Don Dell, Phillip Paul, Richard Dorman, Ann Goldfhvvaiie, Carol Peterson, Margaret Rathbun, Rulli Tarcov,
Schafer, Third row: Mary Beth Thompson, Donna Griffin, Joan Miller, Lynn Lanavvol, Sieve Cornils, Lcncar Biddle, Bob Moreen, Art Lucas, Connie
Barbara Alphant, Elaine Cook, Karen Marshall, Fourfh row: Sharon Evans, Connie Wilson, Carol Martindale, Janice Younkin, Janet Grey, Janet
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Braulick, Richard Dorman, Lencar Biddle
"Music hath charms, to soothe the savage beast" . . .
and the Eastmoor Warriors, Ensembles pictured on these
pages add a delightful musical touch to our programs
throughout the school year. These groups displayed their
First row: Amelia Neely, Sydney Scott, Sally Kali, Sue Seckel, Juli Warner, Sue Dose, Bev Krinn, Second row: Mr.
Morris, Jim Lawton, Gary Shoults, Janis Rogers, Dick Shover, Doug Spohn, Cindy Husted, Ted Mock, John Braulick,
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First row: Sandy Parks, Amelia Neely, Lynda Ringer, Frances Hiller, Barbara Moltenberry, Arlene Masch, Diane Snyder,
Angel Burnettep Second row: Clarice Smith, Sally Kall, Janis Rogers, Nancy Lukacs, Mary Miller, Sue Seckel, Juli
Warner, Sydney Scott
talents at our successful Pop Concert and provided en-
tertainment for our Homecoming Dance. Bringing honor
to our school these "merry music-makers" have par-
ticipated in many local and state contests.
Gary Shcults, Ted Mock, John Braulick, Dick Shover, Doug Spohn, Floyd Snyder, Jim Lawton, Juli Warner Caccompanistl
Front row: Floyd Snyder, Steve Bless, Dave Hoan, Frank Levi, Jon Ewing, Steve Foster, Ken Huffman, Ben Rose, Back row:
Doug Spohn, Larry Nichols, Charles Narcross, Dave Armstrong, Don Carley, Ted Mock, John Braulick, Barry Friedman, Pat Cook,
First row: Sandra Parks, Amelia Neely, Joy Henry, Nancy Brown, Joan Winters, Karen Davis, Carol Brown, Linda Borden, Carol Adams, Loretta Fuller,
Joann Emerick, Janis Olive, Linda Sullivan, Connie Brown, Rita Zweier, Mr. Morris. Second row: Mari Werlin, Sally Harrison, Patti DeWitt, Sandra Minkin,
Joyce Maguire, Mary Jane Borders, Jan Parthemer, Linda Schaedel, Ginny Young, Bobbi Robin, Mary Jo Flowers, Sharon Rosenbaum, Debbie Dolezal, Bev
Finke, La Rita Gantz, Sydney Scott, Diana Petty, Valerie Pearson, Third row: Bobbie Kall, Rhoda Reese, Betty Gant, Sally Kall, Nancy Lattimer, Mary Miller,
Judi Williams, Beverly Krinn, Juli Warner, Sherrie Gibbons, Sue Dose, Linda Davis, Margaret Leu, Karen Groves, Lin Clark, Diane Swords, Fourth row: Carol
Heizer, Joyce Koltun, Sharon Jarvis, Carol Murphy, Jerry Shoemaker, Wanda Schmokey, Sue Strohbach, Sharon Smith, Diane Ortlepp, Jennifer Douthit, Sue
Seckel, Laurie Kuchler, Carolyn Radich, Diane Snyder, Sally Kapp, Pat Mayfield,Rita Kastl.
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Judy Sterling and Mariorie Hillson, Co-Editors.
Bob Levenson, Business Manager and Mrs. Hicks, Advisor.
Firsf row: Sandy Chambers, Georgi Smith, Jean Kohar, Karen Groves, Bob Noble, Barbara Kaufman, Karen McCoy, Sharen McCoy, Marsha Berman, Sue
Dose, Jim Huffman, Second row: Roger Seckel, Judy Turner, Bob Levenson, Jackie Rose, Bobbi Robin, Bernard Bornstein, Ellen Appelbaum, Margrit Bauer,
Cynthia Husted, Jennifer Douthit, Lana Sonft, Alena Davis, Bill Munyan, Harvey Siegelman.
Future Teachers of America has a dual
purpose-to stimulate the interest of high
school students in the teaching profession and
to serve the school. Miss Bell is the advisor
for Junior F.T.A. and Miss Glessner is the
advisor for Senior F.T.A.
SENIOR F.T.A. OFFICERS-First row: Sally Kall, Secretary, Judy Sterling, President, Laurie
Kuchler, Vice President, Sally Kapp, Treasurer, Second row: Julianne Radich, Assistant
Program Chairman, Miss Glessner, Advisor, Sue Riley, Program Chairman.
JUNIOR F.T.A. OFFICERS: Sharon Pierce, President, Sharon Strapp, Vice President, Mary
Jane Eyster, Secretaryp Janet Gray, Treasurer, Miss Bell, Advisor.
Bafbafa Corbin, Denise Snldeff and R05lYn JBCRSOH afe eamlng their 5ef1l0" These Junior F.T.A. girls are counting the profits from their bake sale.
F.T.A. merit points by grading test papers for teachers.
The purpose of Y-Teens is
ro grow in knowledge and
understanding of other peo-
ples. Mrs. Singleton is ad-
visor for Junior Y-Teens and
Miss Casey is the advisor for
SENIOR Y-TEENS OFFICERS: Miss Jean Casey, Advisor, Sue Riley, Vice President, Amelia Neely,
President, Jan Rogers, Treasurer, Jackie Rose, Secretary.
At the Hobo Convention Juli Warner
and Sherrie Gibbons sang "Slap Her
Down Again Paul."
Christmas caroling was one of the Junior Y-Teens proiects.
Pictured are Donna Swaney, Gail Francis, Terrie Rose, Tara
Jackson, Sharon Tewell, and Cathy Phillips.
The tattered clothes worn by Jan Rogers, Jennifer I
Douthit, Sandy Bland, Amelia Neely, and Mary B 'H I x W- Y l
Hettron certainly added to the spirit of the Hobo
JUNIOR Y-TEENS' OFFICERS: Joan Miller, President, Sharon Coombs, Vice President, Tara Jackson,
Secretary-Treasurer, Terrie Rose, Co-ordinating Chairman, Mrs. Ina Singleton, Advisor, Susan Titus,
Service Chairman, Sarah Welch, Social Chairman, Judy Kuchler, Music Chairman, Connie Long, Pro-
gram Chairman, Mary Beth Morris, Worship Chairman.
The purpose of Hi-Y is to
create, maintain, and extend
higher standards of char-
ader Wwoughoutthe home,
school, and community. Mr.
Crane B the Juniorl4LY ad-
visor and Mr. Aggas is the
Senbr HLY advhon
This is a typical Junior Hi-Y meeting.
SENIOR Hl-Y STEERING COMMITTEE: Dick Gaflin, Ray Bland, Jim Hicks, Ron Boyers, Mr. Aggas, Jim
Herd, John Braulick, Bill Gillam, Jim Huffman.
SENIOR Hl-Y BASKETBALL TEAM-First row: Charles Walz, Paul
Turner, Jim Herd, Lee Siegel, Dan De Hayes, Bill Gillam, Second
row: Stan Bobrof, Ron Boyers, Jim Martin, Mike Bougher.
JUNIOR Hl-Y OFFICERS: Ed Lowe, Secretary, Ronnie Golden, Treasurer, Mike Kristy, President, Nick
Geldis, Vice President, Ricky Feinstein, Council Representative, Mr. Crane, Advisor.
The Warriors Club is the largest organization at
Eastmoor. The group is advised by Mr. Heintz and
Mr. Fry, The purpose of the Warriors Club is to
create more school spirit in sports. A committee
from this club makes posters to promote attend-
ance at games.
These girls, Cindy Husted, Claudette Corbett, Amelia Neely, and
Sharon Cheeseman, are members of the Warriors Club poster
WARRIORS CLUB OFFICERS: Robert Helntz, Ad-
visory Helayne Margulis, Secretaryp Ron Casserly,
Treasurerg Curtis Haywood, Sergeant-at-Armsg
Dick Wilson, Vice Presidentf Nelson Freeman,
DAN CE CLUB
A new club has been added this year. The Dance Club with its
advisor Mrs. Glaser promotes interest in dance. Girls from this group
were chosen to be in the Warriorettes. The group sponsored one
ofthe sock hops.
Dance Club Officers from front to back: Ellene Appel-
baum, Secretary, Bev Reynolds, Presidentg Rita Zweier,
Vice Presidentg Nancy Lattimer, Drum Mastery Rita Kastl,
Business Managerg Glenna Layman, Treasurer: Judy Wil-
liams, Costume Mistress.
Charlene Johnson, Mari Werlin, Maureen Nimz, and Judy Williams are
practicing a dance routine they learned during one of the Dance Club
ART CLUB STEERING COMMITTEE: Marcia
Davis, Georgette Goldberg, Sandra Price, Vir-
ginia Thomas, Don Gussler, Michael Kohar,
DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS-First row: Karen
Bennett, Vice President, Emmet Pearson, Presi-
dent, Second row: Frank Raisen, Sergeant-av
Armsg Rita Kastl, Treasurer, Alice Sheriker,
Secretaryg Mr, Keiser, Advisor.
2 The Art Club, under the supervision of Mr.
T Higbee, serves to increase the students' knowl
edge of the arts. It is responsible for the attrac
tive decorations we see in the show case win
This display of artwork is a sampling of the Art Club proiects.
Pictured are Virginia Thomas, Marcia Davis, Michael Kohar,
Georgette Goldberg, and Don Gussler.
The Dramatics Club's goal is to further the interest of students in
the field of drama. Entertainment is presented at each meeting. This
group, under the advisorship of Mr. Keiser, sponsors the drama award
and promotes the school plays by selling tickets.
"Keep looking. We'Il find it yet," Pictured are Cindy Husted, Alan Ross, Frank Raisen, Stan
Bobrof, Phil Schwartz, Emmet Pearson, and Marcia Rhodes.
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The Library Club serves as a meeting time
for all library assistants. During this time they
organize the annual Book Fair and take li-
brary inventory under the advisorship of Miss
Jackson, school librarian.
The Stamp Club, under the advisorship of Mrs. Day,
strives to develop an interest in stamp collecting among
Eastmoor students. The club members exchange stamps
and study them during their meetings.
The purpose of the Chess Club is tvvotold.
Not only does it stimulate interest and de-
velop proficiency in the game of chess, but
it gives students a chance for a friendly game
at each club period. Their advisor is Mr. Buck.
This is a typical library club meeting. The officers of the group are Gary Fisherbaugh, President,
Jerry Diller, Vice President, and Kathryn Wright, Secretary.
.lerry Falabella, Vice President, David Cabit, President, John Lane, Mike
Gorski, Paul Tracy, and Mrs. Day, Advisor. Not pictured is Peggy Alrich,
Joe Burker and John DeLong are the Chess Club champions.
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G.A.A. OFFICERS-First row: Dianne Phares, Treasurer, Sue Dose, President,
Neva Lowe, Vice President, La Rita Gantz, Secretary, Second row: Miss Mil-
ler, Advisory Nancy Welch, Social Chairman, Connie Smith, Sergeantvat-Arms,
Judy Williams, Publicity Chairman, Mary Miller, Intramural Chairman, Karen
The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Associa
tion is to encourage interest, appreciation
and participation in girls' sports.
The group planned the Hi-Bye
Dance which was held in March. A
few of their other activities include
a Mother-Daughter Tea, a spring pic-
nic, and intramural sports.
Basketball intramurals are a very important G.A,A. activity.
Sue Decker, Holly Talley, Sharon McCoy. and Judy Williams are making posters for the Hi-Bye Dance.
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Learning about The people and the
culture of Spanish-speaking countries
is the goal of the Spanish Club. Their
advisor, Mr. Orosz, tries To accom-
plish This aim Through movies.
Ricky Brown, Ben Rose, Karel Kreiselman, Marla Greenfield, and Jerry Singleton are examining
some Spanish posters.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Ricky Brown, President, FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS-Front row: Joyce Bachmann, Presi-
dent, Sally Smith, Program Chairman, Back row: James Tharp,
Advisor, Bernie Bornstein, Treasurer, Joe Mirman, Vice Presi-
Marla Greenfield, Vice President and Secretary,
Karel Kreiselman, Treasurer.
Mr. Tharp, advisor of The French Club, aims to develop The
interest of French students in subiects related To Their studies.
To accomplish this, speakers have given informative lectures
on various French-speaking countries and club members have
been encouraged To visit art galleries To become better ac-
quainted with French art.
Here is our "roaring '20's" chorus line performing at
the French Banquet. They are Julia Walls, Janice Molton-
berry, Sharon Pierce, Janet Gray, and Bernie Bornstein.
"Aiding the needy" is the goal
of Junior Red Cross Club. Their
activities this year have been till-
ing overseas boxes with toys and
educational items and making
placemats and wall decorations
for Franklin Village and Children's
Hospital. The advisor for this
group is Mrs. Pryor.
June Hoover, Bill Munyan, Linda Leonard, Mary Lou Case, and Gwen Strawser are making
Easter baskets for Children's Hospital.
SENIQR RED CR055 CLUB QFFICERS: Bill Munyanl vice pfesidenf, JUNIOR RED CROSS CLUB OFFlCERSfFirst row: Konnie Kirkman, Presi-
Gvven Strawser, President, Betty Layne, Secretary, Mrs, High, Advisor. deftlf MBVQGVET Bland, VlC9 Pfesldenli PSQQY Cullman, SCCFSVBVYJ Second
row: Mrs. Bartlett, Advisor, Mrs. Pryor, Advisor, Lynn Stanley, Repre-
sentative, Roberta Shaw, Representative.
The Senior Red Cross Club and its advisor, Miss Holtzman,
have taken on the responsibility of helping those handicapped
by illness. They've accomplished this by bringing baked goods
to the hospitals and by decorating the hospital walls with
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Franklin Village and Children's Hospital are being dis- C
played here by Mrs. Pryor, Linda Whittier, and Roberta
JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS: John Moore, Vice President, Dave Thomas,
President, Rosalind Moore, Secretary, Mr. Murphy, Advisor lstandingl.
The Junior Science Club strives to stimulate
the members' interests in fields of science.
This year together with their advisor, Mr.
Murphy, the group went on a field trip to
Battelle Memorial Institute.
David Thomas, John Moore, Dave Hillenbrand, and Steve
Stellman are examining the project by the physics class,
proving the velocity of free fall.
SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS-First row: Bonnie Ma-
kar, Secretary-Treasurerg Bill Gillam, President, Second
Gerald Stentz, Barry Friedman, Kelly Turner, and Bonnie Makar
row: Richard England, Vice President, Mr. Condit, Advisor. are Observing a globe of The heavens-
SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB
The purpose of the Senior Science Club is to increase the members'
scientific knowledge. Mr. Condit, their advisor, is helping them as they
prepare their projects for the Science Fair.
The Outdoor Club, under the direc-
tion of Mr. Foose, took a field trip to
the Ohio State Historical Museum.
They've planned swimming parties and
hikes forthe spring.
OUTDOOR CLUB OFFICERS
Sandra Price Program Chwir
man, Bob Beniamin, Trois
Richard Dorman and Dixie Ewing are ex-
amining the telephone exhibit at the O.S.U.
urerg Steve Bless, President,
Linda Stuart, Vice Presiclentg
Virginia Thomas, Secretary:
Sandra Hellrud, Program
Chairman: Mr. Foose, Ad-
The pioneer exhibit at,the O.S.U. Historical
Museum is especially interesting to these
members of the Outdoor Club.
Mr. Tata serves as advisor to
the Slide Rule Club. The purpose
ot the group is to become more
adept in using the slide rule.
Janet Read, Margaret Leu, Ted Mock,
help of the slide rule.
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The Light bulb exhibit at O.S.U. Historical Museum is
fascinating to Dixie Ewing, Renee Harmol, Judy Mc-
Kinsey, Lynn Kramer, and Betty Mills.
Andre are working out a mathematical problem with the
AUDlO VISUAL CLUB OFFICERS: Harold Stahr, Vice Presidentg Roger
Seckel, General Managerp Robert Howard, Advisor, Bill Elliott, President,
Denny Tishroft, Secretary-Treasurer.
The Camera Club members are liarnang how to use a slide proiector.
The boys are John Russin, Rusty Hannon, Dennis Townsend, and Mike
CAMERA CLUB OFFICERS: John Vcneida, President, Dorothy Mertz, Secretary, Ronald Stewart, Vice
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"Service to the school" is the
motto of the Audio Visual Club.
They aim to promote interest in
audio visual aids and to attract stu-
dents in careers in this field. The
members with their advisor, Mr.
Howard, took a trip to see South
Pacific and visited Hunt's Cine-Stage
to observe operating techniques and
to see the audio visual equipment.
These boys are learning to operate a film proiector.
The Camera Club is a group ot
photography enthusiasts. Through
actual experience in picture-taking
and group discussion, the members
with the help of their advisor, Mr.
Barr, are gaining knowledge in this
First row: Curt Haywood, Nick Cooper, Jim Huffman, Dick Schulz, Second row: Ray Bland, Mark Topolosky, Al
Rinkov, Dick Wilson, Bill Hoffman, Morris Bloom, Third row: Coach Robert Stuart, Coach Paul Eckelberry, Ron Casserly,
George Snow, John Matera, Coach Marsh Mobberly, Coach William Courtney.
First row: Penny Deering, Pai Winslow, Donna Dailey, Ruth Tarcov, Jackie Cohen, Carol Howdyshellp Second row
Miss Miller, Darla Schafer, Pat Greaver, Carole Joseph, Barbara Edge, Judy Turner, Kay Marx, Mrs. Glaser.
Arclesk: Dave Henderson, Dave Hillenbrand, Ar fable: Joyce Maguire, Karen Davis, Mary Lou Case, Bev Finke, Mary
Forster, Befh Amsfuiz, June Hoover, Not pictured: Maxine Srires, chairman
RADIO ROOM ASSISTANTS
First row: Roslyn Jackson, Bev McClurg, Second row: Jerry Hawk
Bill Hoffman, Marsha Berman, Jack Feazel, Third row: John Winters
Tom Smiih, John Russin, Jim Kleinhans
BOOK ROOM ASSISTANTS
First row: Irene Zelko, Pat Poster, Carol Kelly, Suzanne Wolfe, Second row: David Solomon, Mike Kohar, Emmit Pearson,
Dan DeHayes, Jack Alexander, Ronnie Golden, Third row: Gary Phillips, Jim Murtz, Ken Huffman, Mike Baeiens, Tim Davis
Bob Nacdimen, Mike Devlin, Mr. Barnes, John Kohar, Jim Young
Bob Myers, Larry Kolman, Ralph Wooldridge, Don Day
First row: Karen Norris, Kenny Mick, Judy Puckey, Lencar Biddle, Lin Clark, Lynette Brisey, Sally Sachs: Second row
George Pilkington, Harvey Newpoff, Judy Pilzer, Jerry Diller, Tauna Fife, Sandra Eads, Carol Neeshaw, Kathryn Wright
Sandy Chambers, Miss Jackson, Third row: Phyllis Baughman, Susan Brown, Tara Jackson, Bob Markwood, Bill Muryan
Susan Hallmark, Harold Stahr, Gary Fisherbaugh
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Eastmoor began a program for the academically talented students three and one-half
years ago with one self contained classroom of gifted students selected from the
seventh grade. Today, while still very much in a developmental stage, this program
for able learners has grown to involve mathematics, science, social studies, English,
and foreign languages. There has been added to these special selections a rapid read-
ing course. ln order to qualify for this course each student must maintain a 12th
grade level of reading.
Each special class has its own criterion for selection. This makes it possible for a
person especially capable in one particular area to be selected for a certain class,
even though he may not qualify for others. Generally speaking, however, most indi-
viduals gifted in one academic field are superior in others. Out of the total student
body there are 21 'MQ who are involved in this advanced program.
Contrary to common belief, gifted children when placed with others of like ability,
are less likely to get an exaggerated notion of their superiority. This is due to the fact
they are aware tha-t others also do well.
The advanced plane geometry course includes surveying. Dick England, Sandy Eads, and Danny Fleming are learning
how to use a hypsometer and a sextant.
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THE SCHOOL IN ACTIO
Ireen Friedman and Stan Bobrof are re-enacting
a scene from a play fha? ihe Dramatics Depart-
ment presented before the student body on
Jerry Diller, a library assislanf, is helping
Bill Lutsko find the book he needs.
Seniors in the English Literaiure class look on approvingly as Ron Casserly and Marsha Berman
enact a Tender love scene from Macbeth.
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Janet Read, Alan Weiss, and Barry Warfield are conducting a demonstration in physics
class in which the results of sound wave energy can be detected on the scope.
Phil Schwartz is examining some of the photographic equipment in The dark
This chemistry class is engaging in a laboratory experiment on Zilch.
THE SCHOOL I ACTIO
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Busily sketching with chalk in the ninth grade art class are Marcia Davis, Georgette
Goldberg, Richard Dorman, Jackie Cohen, and Mariorie Cuba.
Marla Greenberg, Judy Geichman, Terrie Brazeal, Ja-
nice Younkin, Barbara Williams, and Marcy Rueben are
performing one of the acrobatic stunts they learned
in physical education this year.
Beasley Patrick and Susanna Huffman are putting their instruments
away after a band rehearsal,
H OME ECONOMICS
From left to right are Linda Leonard, Karol Paget, Sally Mangold, Dotty McDonald and Pa
tricia Holbrook working on their sewing proiects in the high school clothing class
Working on their proiects for meta
are Bob Raver and Mike Shafer.
This first year typing class is busily working on a Clan exeruse
QUEEN AND COURT
Ten girls were selecTed from The Senior class as candidaTes
for The homecoming courT. The five girls on The courT were
elecTed from The Ten b The T d b
y s u enT ody. In a final eIecTion
The queen was chosen and The resulTs of The elecTion were
announced aT halTT' T h h
:me o T e ornecoming game. Sandy Jordan
reigned as queen aT The h
omecoming dance on The following
LefT To right are Linda Davis, Ted Mock, Sue Dose, Bob Naumoff
Sandy Jordan, Terry Hall, Laurie Kuchler, Dave Cook, Juli Warner
and Doug Spohn.
Under the direction of Nlr. Kaye-'s son, Salli Kall, Sherrie Gibbons, Bill Jones,
and the band members are performing on the football field during halftime.
Book Week, an event sponsored by the Children's Book Coun-
cil, is an annual proiect at Eastmoor.
Miss Glessner's eighth grade history class is reliving the Pil-
grim's t'irst Thanksgiving,
These ghosts, Neva Lowe and Ellen Appel-
baum, participated in a skit presented for the
neighboring elementary schools by the dra-
matics department to promote the Fun With-
out Destruction proiect.
Judy Williams, Jackie Rose, and Ron Wollett are boxing the food collected by
Student Council to give needy families in our community at Thanksgiving
Senior Y-Teens sponsored the Thanksgiving Assembly with Rabbi
Folkman as guest speaker. Here Miss Casey, Eileen Collins, and Rachel
Egbert are talking with him after the program.
The gifts collected by Student Council for
needy families are being put under the Christmas
tree by these two girls.
Eastmoor's Student Council sponsors the
nually. These three scenes from this year's dance reflect some
of the evening's festivities.
Roslyn Greenberg and Harvey Siegelman
designed Santa's Workshop, a delightful,
mechanical display, which added to the
Christmas spirit in our library.
Mistletoe Ball an-
The seniors in our choir filled our halls with
strains of Christmas music the day before our
holiday vacation began.
The gang, Dave Foote, Phil Schwartz, Tom Smith, Steve Foster, Emmet Pearson, and Stan Bobrof, are trying to arrange last-minute dates.
The hilarious two-act comedy Bernar-
dine, written by Mary Chase, depicts the
escapades of a "gang of teenage boys,"
searching for the girl of their dreams. Ber-
nardine was presented by the Dramatics
Department, under the direction ot Mr.
James Keiser. Student directors were Ireen
Friedman and Amelia Neely.
The waitress lKaren Bennettl suspectingly says to Morgan lSteve Fosterj and Beau lPhil
Schwartzl, "Yeah? Let's see your draft cards."
"You can't bring home a 35 in a math exam and run around over the weekend," VVOVVTWY lEmfT1ET PSBFSOYU SSYS to Enid l5'-19 Seflfellf "YOU'fE B
Mrs. Weldy CSally Kalll scolds her son, Wormy lEmmet Pearsonl. dream and l've been waiting tor you all my lite. Shall we go
. . . doll?"
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thine humble suppliant but one boon?" "lt's leap year. Let's cuddle up a little closer
This delightful one-act comedy by Conrad
Seller was presented by the dramatics
classes under the direction ot Mr. Kaiser.
The narrator CFrank Raisenl lectured on the
history of the art of proposing. Colorful
scenes illustrated the techniques ot propos-
ing as they developed through the ages. A
caveman CPhil Schvvartzl chases and catches
his woman CRita Kastll, a knight CStan
Bobrotl asks tor the hand of his lady fair
Clreen Friedmanl, and many other people
from ditterent ages propose to the men
or women of their desires. Between sketches
the stage hand CBen Rosel amuses the au-
dience vvith his antics as he changes the
props and scenery.
After father CSteve McDovyellJ leaves the parlor, the shy you
Fisherbaughl proposes to giggling Miss Vera tEllen Appelbauml.
Pleasure-weary millionaire fEmmet Pearsonj proposes to bored heiress Hoy Henryl at a
fashionable country club.
V19 man lGBTY "What you t'ind of dat old ball-and-chain stuff?" Butch tPhil Schwartzl
asks Cookie CHelene Toppj.
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To give cupid a hand the Eastmoor student body
elected Dick Schulz and Angel Burnette king and
queen of hearts. They were crowned at "Cupids
Capers," a Valentine's Day dance sponsored by
the Senior Y-Teens.
Jan Rogers honored the king and queen of "Cupid's Capers" by singing "l'm in the
Mood for Love." She was accompanied by the North High School Dance Band.
WI TER ACTIVITIES
The Warriorettes and their advisor Mrs. Glaser are both new additions to Eastmoor
this year. About 15 girls were selected to be part .of this dance group, These sopho-
Many sock-hops were held in the Eastmoor gym
after football and basketball games. These girls
are doing the bunny hop at the dance sponsored
by the Iournalism classes.
mores and juniors were chosen by ten judges, students and teachers. They were
selected on the basis of general appearance, rhythm, and timing. They will perform
during half-time at football games and in other activities such as variety shows.
On April 21, the legendary date of the founding of Rome, the Latin
classes held their annual Latin Banquet. These pictures were taken at
last year's banquet. This'Roman patrician is really Miss Lincoln, the Latin
College Night, an evening devoted to helping students examine possi-
bilities for higher education, was held February 9. All students and
parents were invited to attend this PTA program, Below: Mr. and Mrs.
Paul E, Swinger and Mr. Mayer are talking to Dr. Harold Yochurn, presi-
dent of Capitol University, and the guest speaker of the evening.
Here stands the victorious gladiator, Jon Ewing. His prize for surviving
this most bloody battle was his choice of the slaves. Jon chose Pat
After Dr, Yochum's excellent speech on "Opening the Way to Higher
Education," representatives from ten Ohio colleges and universities
met and discussed their schools' programs and advantages with interested
students and parents. Below: Francie Hiller, Miss Miller, and Stan
Bobrof are looking at pamphlets and folders about Miami University.
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Two thrifty students, Tom Merrit and Donna Weed, buy carnival tickets in advance at a reduced Albert Greaver, parent of an Eastmoor student, is per-
rate from Mrs, William Kirkman and Mrs. Richard M. Riley.
This interesting group of thespians CMiss Singer, Miss Jackson, Mr. Barr, Mr. Conover,
Mr. Dixon, and Miss Lincolrii are taking a curtain call after the charming melodrama
they presented in the variety shovv.
The gym is filled as "young," as well as old, show off their muscles.
forming in the variety show.
One of the highlights of the school year was
the Winter Carnival. This fun-filled event, held
February Qi, was the Parent-Teachers Associa-
tion's big money-making proiect of the fear.
Students, parents, teachers, and friends came to
the carnival. There children and adults both
found activities that amused and interested
them, The game rooms were packed as young
and old tried their luck and skill. Housewives
and future homemakers shopped for bargains
in the country store and in the white elephant
shop, and the men in the family tested their
athletic prowess at the games in the gymnasium.
All stopped for snacks at the canteen or for a
meal in the cafeteria. A must for every carnival-
goer was the variety show in which parents and
teachers were the feature attractions. These and
many more activities made the day both profit-
able and enioyable.
George Riddle delighted the audience at the variety show
with his accordion music.
"But, why shouldn't I kiss you?" Miss Wilhelmina "We were fostered by a werewolf-every Savage son of us!" screams Lily Belle fMarcia Rhodesl
CDiana Friedmanl asks Jeffery CTom Smithl. as Mrs. Savage fSally Kalll bites her.
A TltreefAct Play Directed By
By JOHN PATRICK JAMES KEISER
Mrs. Savage, a rich widow decides to do all the
foolish things she has ever wanted to do and to establish
a fund to help other people do the same. Her stepchil-
dren have her committed to "The Cloisters," an exclusive
mental institution, because she is fast depleting the
Savage fortune in what seems to be an insane manner.
The pleasing atmosphere of the institution and the kindly
disposition of the other patients makes Mrs. Savage feel
that the people in "The Cloisters" are really sane and that
the busy money- and power-grabbing people of the
outside world are the insane ones. Finally she is declared
sane and consents to leave the institution cnly because
she feels she can do good in the outside world.
Florence lSusan Brownl, Hannibal CBen Rosej, Fairy Mae Uudy Wulliamsl
and Jeffery fTom Smithl anxiously await the arrival of Mrs. Savage
Mrs. Paddy lCY'llllla Huslecll who llasnll answered 3 ClU95ll0f1 in 20 Yeafsf In a magical moment Florence CSusan Brownl is seen with her son John
is admlflng her CBYWGS- CJerry Rosel who has been dead for several years.
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First row: Ray Bland, Tom PeTers, Dick Benedict, Bob Naumoff, Cco-capTainD, Larry Golden, Ron WolleTT, Tim Miller, Dick Wilson, Curt Haywood, Nelson
Freeman, Tim Doughty, Barry Warfield, Second row: Dave Ray, ICO-capTainJ, Dick Schulz, Nick Cooper, Al HosTer, Ry Poole, Ken Franklin, Mace Ishida, Ron
McDonald, Tim Lower, Brad Hull, Frank Oakley, Third row: Dave Grossman, Bus ArmsTrong, Cliff Siegel, George Krull, Jay Perler, Charles Doeskin, Bob
EasTmoor's T958 football season was Their firsT year in The CiTy League. IT proved To be The besT season so far for
The Warriors. Under The coaching of Bob STuarT, The Warriors finished wiTh a fine record of four wins, Three losses,
and Two Ties. EasTmoor's fooTball season began wiTh The "kick-off" preview aT WesT High School. AlThough The War-
riors failed To score againsT EasT or WesT in The preview, They came ouT first in yardage and downs. The firsT game
of The season was wiTh Whifehall. We handed The Rams a 22-O defeaT, which promised a successful season. Looking for
Their second win, The Warriors nexT invaded Delaware, buT They ran up againsT a very high spirifed Team. The ouf-
come was a Tie. EasTmoor's CiTy League debuT vviTh WesT was very successful. Backed by a powerful ground aTTack,
The Warriors grinded ouT a T8-O vicTory over The Cowboys. Aquinas visifed our sTadium for The firsT home game,
Down by Twelve poinTs, our Team showed Their fighTing spiriT by scoring a T6-T2 vicTory. This puT us Top in The CiTy
League sTandings. The Warriors homecoming game wiTh Norrh proved To be a real Thriller. BoTh Teams foughT hard
for vicTory buT The game ended in a T2-T2 Tie. For our next game EasTmoor Traveled To Linden for The CiTy League
game of The year. While The Warriors were winning 6-2, an unexpecTed fog seTTled over The field. When iT had lifTed
Linden had bagged a TO-6 vicTory, louT only afTer a real baTTle. A defensive-minded EasT Team Traveled To EasTmoor
and downed The Warriors in a 6-O defeaT. AlThough The Warriors were defeaTed, They played hard all The way. Anxious
for a win, EasTmoor invaded Marion-Franklin for The lasT CiTy League game of The year. Our Warriors came ouT on Top
vviTh a booming 38-O vicTory. EasTmoor's League record was Three wins, Two losses, and one Tie. This placed our Team
Third in The CiTy League. On November 7, EasTmoor played hosT To Greenfield-McClain. Because iT was Dad's NiTe our
Warriors especially wanTed a vicTory. BUT They were defeafed 20-6. This broughT EasTmoor's T958 fooTball season To an
Lerner, Gary South, Alan Donahue, Bob Uhlg Fourth row: Tom Reich fmanagerb, Jim Mertz, Pat Cook, Biil Tomamichel, Larry Kolman Kmanagerl Gary
Eastmoor 22 Whi1ehall'
Eastmoor 6 Delaware
Eastmoor 18 West
Easrmoor I6 Aquinas
Easfmoor 12 North
Eastmoor 6 Linden
Easfmoor O East
Eastmoor 38 Marion-Franklin
Eastmoor 6 Greenfield McClain
MR. STUART MR. ECKLEBERRY
V6fSify Coach Reserve Coach
President of Athletic Booster Club
1958 Co-Captains, Dave Ray and Bob Naumoff
NELSON FREEMAN, Guard
1959 Co-Captains, Tim Doughty and Ray Bland
CURT HAYWOOD, Fullback
DICK BENEDICT, Guard
FGOTBALL BA Q ET
The Warrior football team was honored at the annual football banquet sponsored
by Eastmoor High School Boosters Association. It was held November 20, 1958, in
the school cafeteria. The invocation was led by Reverend John Lewis. Toastmaster
for the evening was Chester Pursell, athletic manager. Reserve awards were pre-
sented by Coach Paul Eckelberry. Letters were awarded to the varsity squad by
Coach Bob Stuart.
NICK cooPER, Halfbaek TOM PETERS. End
KEN FRANKLIN, Guard
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD
ioifh Courtney, Jim Hariri, Barry Warfield, Al Rinkov, Tim Lower, Bob Naumott, Doug Spohn, Tom Peters, Dick Schulz, Ron Wollett, Dick Wilson. Jim
The Warriors basketball team did not have the best "win-and-loss" record in the city, but it did have a fine squad
with tremendous confidence and team spirit. They won one league, and two non-league games.
Eastmoor got their league victory over South. They defeated them in an overtime 68-64. This was the first game
of the year and, without a doubt, the most exciting. The tirst non-league victory was over Big Walnut 74-70. The War-
riors had to come from behind to win this one. The other non-league victory was over St. Charles 73-59. This was an-
other exciting game, and Eastmoor's best performance of the year.
The basketball season came to a close when Grandview defeated Eastmoor 83-52 in the tournament game
played at the fairgrounds coliseum.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
Eastmoor South Eastmoor Central
Eastmoor West Eastmoor St. Charles
Eastmoor East Eastmoor South
Eastmoor Aquinas Eastmoor West
Eastmoor Gahanna Eastmoor East
Eastmoor Big Walnut Eastmoor Aquinas
Eastmoor Marion Franklin Eastmoor Utica
Eastmoor North Eastmoor Grandview
RESERVE BASKETBALL SCGRES
Eastrnoor, A 7,
St. Charles ,
RESERVE BASKETBALL S
First row: Larry Mason, Kenney Franklin, Ray Bland, Mark Topolosky, Ken Lellllasterg Second row: Homer McKnight Morrs Bloom Make Fnke Bob Agnew
Nick Cooperg Third row: Gary South, John Matera, Jim Siders, Bill Toma-nichel, and Coach Stuart.
JIM HUFFMAN DICK SCHULZ
AL RINKOV TIM LOWER
DICK WILSON JIM HANN
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
First row: Ken Ramsey, Bob Lewis, Frank Stavrotf, Bob Beniamen, Don Clark, Second row: Gary McCoy, Coach Marsh Mobberly, Dean Ishida
Paul Naumoff, Nick Geldis, Mike Korbel, Jack Connell, Jim Hawk, Jim Dixon, Roy Rice, Stan Ross, Ricky Feinstein.
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Bexley 7 ,77, 23 Eastmoor oeoo EEEI7
Barrett I I oeoe 42 Eastmooro ooo.oo Eo 5O
Hilltonia , W W , 36 Eastmoor ,Y,7 W 57
Starling A is 15 Eastmoor ,,,,,- ,,,A,7 5 3
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EIGHTH GRADE TIGERS
First row: Gary Minadeo, .lohn Koetz, Bob Schleppi, Dick Weemhoff, Pete Miller, Rusty Hannon, Second row: Mike Feuer, Mike Andrew
Dennis Bauchmoyer, Charles Coker, Mike Korbel, Andy Powell, Mike Bullenf Coach Bill Barr.
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Nick Cooper adds two to fhe cause.
"Rebounding Dick" Schulz reaches high in The air.
Surrounded by Wes? Cagers, Dick Schulz looks for a way out.
Tim Lower attempts a rebound in hostile territory
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Volleyball is one of the girls' favorite sporis.
This is Eastmoor's firsl year for hockey. The girls are Mary Jo Flowers, Judy Williams, Karen
Duhon, Nancy Murphy, and Launa Carofiol.
Sherry Teeter, Margaret Tracy, and Sally Harrison are trying their luck af badminton.
Cathy Hiser and Barbara Edge are,trying their hand at shuffleboard.
Shirley Weemhoff, Darla Schafer, Nancy Welch, and Joyce Baughman are playing a friendly
game of table tennis.
Good reflexes are an essential in basketball. The
girls pictured are Arlene Masch, Sharon Smith,
Joyce Maguire, and Linda Koetz.
SENIOR HIGH BASEBALL SQUAD
First row: Ron Dixon, Jim Martin, Jim Matyskella, Dick Benedict, Ron Wollett, Dick Wilson, Ron Cohen, Dave Wil-
liams, and Al Rinkov, Second row: Frank Levstik, Mr. Mobberly, Bob Naumoff, Dick Schulz, Ry Poole, Ed Bloom,
Gary Marqueson, and Don Coate.
Curt Haywood goes up, up, up, and??
1958 BASEBALL SCORES
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SENIOR HIGH TRACK SQUAD
First row: Terry Hall, Dave Ray, Curt Haywood, Jim Huffman, and Albert Hostery Second row: Tom Peters, Ray Bland
Bill Jones, Norm Osborn, and Tim Lower, Third row: Jim Shannon, Paul Fleming, Mace Ishida, Ron Morgan, and Ron
The T958 track season saw Terry Hall, the team's lead-
ing "point getter," and the Warrior thinclads make their
mark on more tracks than any previous year. Being
easily Tabbed as the outstanding star, Terry blazed to a
hard-fought fifth place in the state district track meet.
When the mile race at the City track meet started, there
were about twenty runners bunched together and all
their minds were on one thought-victory. After two
laps our Terry was fighting to stay above water follow-
ing a bad start. When it was over that lion-hearted little
guy carried the red, white, and blue to a strong third
Dave Perkins puts on steam to win the 880
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I056 E. I8I'h AVE.
374 Nor+h Virginia Lee Road Wes?
Approved Concrefe Blocks
600 NORTH JAMES ROAD
EMIL'S STEER INN
4484 E. MAIN ST.
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"The Finesi' in PasI'ries"
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"Hair Styles of DisTincTion"
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2935 E. Main S+.
Hair Coloring and S+yIing
For Appoinimenis CaII
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NEW ERA POTATO CHIP CO.
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3020 E. MAIN STREET BE 5-23OI
SHEPARD PHARMACY GLICKS
2259 Eas+ FIHI1 Ave.
2986 E. Livings+on Ave
I90 Sou'II'1 HamiI'ron Rd.
Free Pick Up
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SHEPARD AND FAIRPORT
24 Hour - B 81 W Film Service
Columbus' Newesl and Mosl' Modern Drug Sfore
I506 Sou'II'1 I'IamiII'on Rd. BE 7-4236
"IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH!"
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90I S. JAMES RD.
A Modern Self-Serve VarieI'y S+ore
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Success and Good Luck
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8: APPLIANCE COMPANY Columbus' Newes+ and Largesi'
"Furni+ure of Dis+inc+ion"
2862 E. Main S+ree+ BE I-3636 407I E. Main S+.
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2890 CLERMONT RD.
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Everyfhing Musical NORTH BEXLEY BARBER SHOP
OUR 89'rh YEAR Modern 6 Chair Shop
3962 E. Broad S+ree1' 503 N- CaSSadY Road
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FINE FEMININE FASHIONS
EAST SIDE CARRY OUT WEST SIDE CARRY OUT
34 N. JAMES RD. 3858 SULLIVANT AVE.
BE. 5-8633 BR. 6-266l
Serving The Fines+ in American and Halian Foods
PIZZA, SPAGHETTI, HOME-MADE ITALIAN RAVIOLI, SEA FOOD,
STEAKS, CHOPS, AND CHICKEN
The worIcI's besi' people deal here.
Why don'+ you?
AL. HALLAS SHELL SERVICE
4479 EAST MAIN STREET
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W. T. GRANT
946 HAMILTON RD.
250I E. Main S+.
King of America's Doughnurs
3923 E. Broad S+. Open 24 Hour
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3380 E. MAIN ST.
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4785 E. Broad S+ree+
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3650 E. Fi'F+h Avenue BE. 5-5040
I826 E. Livings+on Ave.
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BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO.
HOWARD L. SWONGER, Manager
4005 Easi' Broad Sfreef
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WHITEHALL - COLUMBUS I3. OHIO
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JACKETS SPORT SHIRTS
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858 S. HAMILTON RD.
OHIO PACKING CO.
Harvesl' Brand Meals
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McNALLY LUMBER CO
2020 LEONARD AVE.
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3I69 EAST MAIN STREET
352I E. BROAD ST. BE I-2924
3230 E. Main Sfreel'
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CEDARHURST LUMBER 84 SUPPLY CO.
BE I-4558 3540 E. MAIN ST.
Congra'rula+ions, l959 Cvraduafes
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Color Processing - Phorofinishing
Renrals and Repairs
273i E. MAIN ST. BE I-7400
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3370 E. BROAD ST. TOWN AND COUNTRY
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2270 Eas+ Main S+ree+
Fine Mea+s and Groceries
FruiI's and Vegefables
333 Easi' SI'uarI'
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PUB STEAK HOUSE
38 W. Gay S+.
GOOD FOOD SERVED IN AN
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I7I4 ZeH'Ier Road
SOUPS AND SANDWICHES
Flowers for AII Occasions
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MILLER'S GARAGE TEXACO
I353 Lockbourne Rd. HI. 3-I I79
2906 E. MAIN STREET BE. I-0326
CLASS OF '59 Complimenfs of
CLASS OF '59
3850 E. FIFTH AVENUE
DONALD J. HOSKINS
D. J. ALSPAUGH, M.D. ATTY. RAYMOND L. SPOHR. D.D.S
THOMAS R. CURRAN. M.D. JOHN F. KITCHTON, D.D.S. J. W. STRICKLER, D.D.S.
ROBERT R. FREDA GEORGE w. Kwox, o.D. BERTRAM A. THALL, D.D.S.
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GANDOLF FORD SALES, INC.
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2800 E. MAIN STREET BE. 5-347I
QUILL AND SCROLL members of I959: Mariorie Hillson and Judy Sferling, Co-Ediiorsg Sue Dose,
Copy Edirorg Karen Groves, Class Ediiorg and Jean Kohar, Circularion Manager.
QUILL AND SCROLL is ihe infernalional honorary sociefy 'for high school iournalisfs. The honor
of membership in QUILL AND SCROLL goes ro Ihose who have shown high scholarship Iupper
one 'Ihird of fhe senior class in scholasric srandingl, iournalisiic achievemeni' of superior qualiiy,
and service fo our school. The Eas+moor Chap-Ier was charfered in I958 wiih Mrs. Hiclrs as advisor.
Homeroom I09 was again firsf wifh one hundred per cen'I' enrolled as subscribers 'Io Ihe I959
SHIELD. Siaff member Dave Ray poses wri+ing up subscripfions for Barbara Gibson, Mr. Shurlow,
Curi Taylor, and Dave Ray. Give Karen Groves a pai on fhe back for ihis achievement She was
'Ihe ac+uaI salesman assigned +o Homeroom IO9 who helped 'Ihem come in firsf again.
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