Edward Drummond Libbey High School - Edelian Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

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- N. h ' ' -ijr- fVi St « ». • «« • l- ' t , Libbeyites 2 Luminaries 72 Lettermen 106 Loyalists 124 2iUe f. 1956 presented by the Senior Class of Edward Drummond Libbey High School Toledo, Ohio Edelian editorial staff: Left to right, seated, Judy Niehous and Carol Van Karsen, co-editors; Terry MacDonald advertising editor. Left to right, standing, Mary Lynn Spaulding, layout and copy editor; Carol Mead, club editor; Hal Wagner, pictorial editor; Shirlee Folk, club editor; Marilyn Matzinger, senior and class editor; Sandra Luhring, layout and copy editor; Laurel Schroder, club editor; Barb Bogart, club editor; Linda Green, senior and class editor; Tom Smith, ath- letic editor; Zinneb Kilell, senior and class editor. Edelian advisers: Principal Loy W. Rusie, Mr. Charles Martin, and Mrs. Jane Roberts. Edelian circulation staff: Left to right, Ron Lingel, Sally Kuebbeler, Mr. Martin, Patty Pels, Tom Case, Bill Morris, Sally Taylor, and Marcia Nehring. ilk ' Mr. Bowsher Mr. Rusie Dedication Administration Classes QliAlUmai. PnoKf iam MEMBERS OF BOARD OF EDUCATION: Left to right, seated, Mr. Thomas Bretherton, vice president; Mr. Raymond D. Baldwin, president; Mrs. Jane Kuebbeler. Standing, Mr. Wayne Shawaker, Mr. Edwin D. Dodd. Through the leadership of Super- intendent E. L. Bowsher, we of Libbey were provided with a new field house in the spring of 1955. We were honored to hove Mr. Bowsher preside at the dedication of this fine building in October of this year. The special dignity and good humor he lent the occasion were greatly appreciated by us all. Sufieninie dei Z. J!.. lio lUe Mr. Rusie chats with the officers of Student Council; Left to right, Bob Fearnside, sergeant-at-arms; Tom A. Smith, president; Marilyn Moyer, secretary-treasurer; and Chuck Chrisman, vice president. :5 W. Mr. Rusie ' s genial " Hi there! How are you today? " is a familiar greet- ing around Libbey. For no matter how busy he may be, Mr. Rusie never loses his sincere and friendly interest in each of us. We graduat- ing seniors of 1956 carry with us many happy memories of the friendliness and kindness which has endeared him to us all. PnA.itc4yfial £aif W. Rudle With the retirement of five of our faculty, we Libbey students experience a great loss. In gratitude for their patience and understanding during their years of service to Libbey, we dedicate the 1956 Edelian to: odelian 2iedicailo4t J IUijetee.n iytif-Bi x. Mr. Francis D. Boyle, science teacher; Miss Mary Kelso, school nurse; Miss Mary E. Russell, teacher of Spanish and English; Miss Zoe G. Scott, English teacher; and Mr. Carl Sterling, teacher of industrial arts and mathematics. JOHN OSGOOD Assistant Principal General Administration and Counseling Ohio State University, B S. University of Michigan, M.A. Mr. Osgood chats v ith his aides, Judy Eisenman and Joanna Spaulding. Hd iHtant P iUtclpxil GERTRUDE KANNEY Assistant Principal Counseling University of Toledo, B.A. University of Michigan, M.A. HERMAN HARDING Assistant Principal Instruction Heidelberg University, B.S. University of Michigan, M.A. CHARLES MARTIN Assistant Principal Activities University of Toledo, B.S. HAZEL D. FLATZ Business Education Ohio State University, A.B., B.S., M.A. WILLIAM E. EVERHART English Michigan State Normal, B.S. f JOHN W. FAST Industral Arts Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. epxinim eHt QUcU Hen imi ii ' - ftS " r GRACE E. IRWIN Orientation Ohio Wesleyan, A.B. FREDERICK VOSSLER Science University of Rochester, B.S. ' " " v ROSCOE C. BAKER Social Studies Ohio Northern University, B.S. Wisconsin University, M A. j V T !J5V RUTH ALLEN MRS. BEATRICE BAIRD R. C. BAKER MRS. PAULINE BLACK FRANCIS D. BOYLE RUTH ALLEN: English; University of Toledo, B.S., M.A.; Senior Y-Teen Adviser; Honorary Phiioletheon Adviser. MRS. BEATRICE BAIRD: Business; University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed.; F.N. A. Adviser; F.B.L.A. Adviser. R. C. BAKER: Social Studies, Department Chairman; Ohio Northern University, B.S.; Wisconsin University, M.A.; Debate Club Adviser; U.N. Club Adviser. HAZEL E. BARTLEY: Fine Arts; Columbia University, B.S.; Di- ploma in Art Supervision; University of Toledo, M.A. in Art Research; " Lib " Adviser; Advanced study in Europe. (Not in illustration) MRS. PAULINE BLACK: English; University of Toledo, B.A. FRANCIS D. BOYLE: Science; Marietta College, A.B.; University of Toledo, M.A. HENRY BRUNS: Mathematics; Defiance College, B.A.; Bowling Green State University, M.A. MRS. PAULINE BURTON: Latin; University of Michigan, A.B., M.A.; American Academy in Rome; Classical Honor Society Adviser; Junior Classical League Adviser; College Counselor. LEO CAMPEY: Industrial Arts; Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed.; Assistant Basketball Coach. BRUCE CHAMBERS: History; University of Toledo, B.A.; B. of Ed. ANGELA M. COSTIGAN: Social Studies and Radio Education; Ohio State University, B.S., M.A.; Dramatics Club Adviser. Principal Loy W. Rusie and Superintendent E. L. Bowsher confer during the dedication of the new Libbey Field House. 10 HENRY BRUNS MRS. PAULINE BURTON LEO CAMPEY BRUCE CHAMBERS ANGELA M. COSTIGAN r v " A MRS. NANCY DAVIS GRACE M, DeLISLE MRS. E. DZIALOK AILEEN B. EBERTH WILLIAM E. EVERHART The camera catches Mr. Herman Harding, Assistant Principal in charge of Instruction, in a typically perceptive moment. MRS. NANCY DAVIS: English; Physical Education; University of Toledo, B, of Ed. GRACE M. DeLISLE: English; University of Toledo, B.S., M.A.; Honorary Zetalethean Advis-Dr. MRS. ELEANORE DZIALOK: Home Economics and Orientation; Ohio State University, B.S.; Columbia University, M.A.; Zeta- lethean Adviser. AILEEN B. EBERTH: Social Studies; Columbia University, B.S., M.A. WILLIAM E. EVERHART: En ish, Department Chairman; Speech; Michigan State Normal, B.S. JOHN W. FAST: Industrial Arts, Department Chairman; Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. LYDIA FIEDLER: Science; Grinnell College, B.S.; Michigan Uni- versity, M.S.; Biology Club Adviser. DONALD FISHER: Physical Education; Ohio Wesleyan, A.B.; Tennis Coach. JANE FISHER: Physical Education; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; University of Michigan, M.A.; Leaders Club Adviser. MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ: Business, Department Chairman; Ohio State University, A.B., B.S., M.A.; F.B.L.A. Adviser. JOHN W. FAST LYDIA FIEDLER DONALD FISHER JANE FISHER MRS. HAZEL D. FLATZ 11 IRENE FOSTER T •» " • - ' WW FLORENCE GERDES JEAN GILBERT JAMES GRABILL SHIRLEY HANEY " Grandma " Houser is justifiably proud of twin granddaughters, Christine and Karen. IRENE FOSTER: Mathematics; Ohio Wesleyon, B.A.; F.T.A. Ad- viser; Testing Officer. FLORENCE GERDES: English; University of Michigan, A.B.; Co- lumbia University, M.A. JEAN GILBERT: English; Ohio State University, B.S.; Junior Class Adviser; National Honor Adviser. JAMES GRABILL: Instrumental Music; Otterbein College; Ohio State University, M, of Music. SHIRLEY HANEY: Business; University of Toledo, B. of Ed., M. of Ed.; F.B.L.A. Adviser; Junior Y-Teen Adviser; Student Coun- cil Adviser. DON HARRIS: Science and Driver Education; Bov ling Green State University, B.S. in Ed.; Head Football Coach. GRACE L. HENDERSON: Social Studies; Ohio State University, B.S.; Senior Class Adviser; Student Council Adviser. CLINTON F. HOUSER: Mathematics; Heidelberg University, B.S. MRS. MARY O. HOUSER: Business; Hiram College, B.A.; Uni- versity of Cincinnati, M. of Ed.; Gregg College; F.B.L.A. Ad- viser. GRACE IRWIN: English; Orientation, Department Chairman; Ohio Wesleyan, A.B.; U.N. Club Adviser. ?r7W DON HARRIS GRACE L. HENDERSON CLINTON F. HOUSER MRS. MARY O. HOUSER GRACE IRWIN 12 i MARY KELSO GEORGE L. KIEFER ALBERT JEPPERY: Physical Education; Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.; Varsity Basketball Coach. MARY KELSO: Home Nursing; Wilmington College, A.B.; Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed.; University of Cincinnati, R.N.; Vassar Training Class for Nurses; F.N. A. Adviser. GEORGE L. KIEFER: Business and Science; Illinois State Normal University, B.E.; St. Louis University, A.M.; Hi-Y Adviser. CAROL KINNEY: Home Economics and Orientation; Bob Jones University, B.S.; University of Toledo, B. of Ed.; Y.F.C. Adviser. MARY E. KIRK: English; University of Toledo, A.B., M.A.; Uni- versity of Besancon, France; Philalethean Adviser. VICTOR KLEIN: Mathematics; Miami University, B.S.; Ohio State University, MA. BERNICE KRUEGER: French and Orientation; University of Michigan, B.A., MA.; University of Paris. MRS. DORCAS KRUSE: Librarian; University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. LEO KUBACKI: Industrial Arts; Bowling Coach. HENRY W. LINCKE: Science and Projection; University of To- ledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A. AdJk CAROL KINNEY MARY E. KIRK The glamorous " Maguire Sisters, " Mr. Vaznelis, Mr. Martin, and Mr. JefFery, entertain at the faculty Christmas party. VICTOR KLEIN BERNICE KRUEGER MRS. DORCAS KRUSE LEO KUBACKI HENRY W. LINCKE 13 MARY ANN LOUY HAROLD McCLURE KATHERINE MAHER VIRGINIA MAY MRS. LOUISE MEFFLEY MARY ANN LOUY: Mathematics and Orientation; DeSales Col- lege, B.S.; University of Toledo, M.S. HAROLD McCLURE: Music; Indiana State Teachers ' College, B.S. in Musical Ed., M.S. in Ed., I.S.T.C. KATHERINE MAHER: Physical Education; Michigan State Nor- mal College, B.S. VIRGINIA MAY: English and Orientation; College of New Rochelle, A.B.; Columbia University, M.A.; Red Cross Adviser. MRS. LOUISE MEFFLEY: Social Studies; University of Toledo, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A.; F.T.A. Adviser. GEORGE MILEY: Science and Orientation; University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed ; Assistant Football Coach; Q.D. Adviser. ROBERT MOMSEN: Orientation; Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., Graduate School; Football Line Coach. MRS. JULIA MOODY: Business; Uni versity of Toledo BA- F.B.L.A. Adviser. MELVIN MORTIMER: Mathematics and Industrial Arts; Univer- sity of Toledo, B.S. in Engineering, B. of Ed. JOHN NEEDLES: Business; Bowling Green State University, B.S.; Columbia University, M.A.; Hi-Y Adviser; F.B.L.A. Ad- viser; Golf Coach; Assistant Athletic Manager. Mr. Campey shows James Krueger the safe way to ur,e a hack saw. GEORGE MILEY ROBERT MOMSEN MRS. JULIA MOODY MELVIN MORTIMER JOHN NEEDLES 14 .4 ISLA B. OWEN Mlii Ill i EDWARD E. PACKER MRS. HARRIETT PHEATT LASETTA PICKARD MRS. JO ANN PIERCE Mrs. Pierce explains a difficult point to her first semester English class. ISLA B. OWEN: Home Economics; Hillsdale College, A.B. EDWARD E. PACKER: Industrial Arts; University of Toledo, B.S.; Ohio State University, M.A. MRS. HARRIETT PHEATT: English; University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed.; Pericleon Adviser. LASETTA PICKARD: Science; University of Michigan, A.B., M.A.; Biology Club Adviser. MRS. JO ANN PIERCE: English and Journalism; Baylor Uni- versity, B.A.; University of Missouri, M.A.; Crystal Adviser. KAY QUEALY: English; University of Minnesota, B.S.; Bowling Green State University; Crystal Adviser. MRS. JANE ROBERTS: English; University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed.; Radcliffe College, M.A.; Edelian Adviser. CHARLES ROBINSON: Science; Miami University, B.S. in Ed.; Athletic Manager; Honorary Q.D. Adviser. KARIM ROKHNEJAD: Industrial Arts and Mathematics; Toledo University, B.S. in Ed. (Not in illustration.) MARY E. RUSSELL: Spanish; Oberlin College, A.B.; Universidad Nacional de Mexico, M.A. ZOE G. SCOTT: English; Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. KAY QUEALY MRS. JANE ROBERTS CHARLEi ROBINSON MARY E. RUSSELL ZOE G. SCOTT 15 " o fe ■ -• f»r t . I 4 CARL STERLING LAWRENCE L. VANDER ALBIN VAZNELIS FREDERICK VOSSLER MARGARET A. WAITE CHARLES WEINSTOCK WILLIAM WIRICK HELEN E. WYLIE LOIS BLACK CARL STERLING: Industrial Arts. LAWRENCE L. VANDER: Social Studies; University of Toledo A.B., M.A. ALBIN VAZNELIS: English; Morehead College, A.B.; Springfield (Mass.) College, M.E.D.; Freshman Football Coach; Freshman Basketball Coach; Baseball Coach. FREDERICK VOSSLER: Science, Department Chairman; Univer- sity of Rochester, B.S.; University of Toledo; University of Michigan. MARGARET A. WAiTE: Social Studies; University of Toledo, B.S., A.B. CHARLES WEINSTOCK: Science and Mathematics; Marietta College, A.B.; University of Michigan, M.A. in Ed. WILLIAM WIRICK: Science; Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed.; Columbia University, M.A.; Forum Adviser; Track Coach; Lightweight Football Coach. HELEN E. WYLIE: Home Economics and Orientation; Ohio State University, B.S. LOIS BLACK: Library Clerk. MRS. MARY CAMP: Attendance Clerk. CAROL HEPNER: Secretary. MRS. MAY JASTRZEMSKI: Book Clerk. MRS. RUTH KUBACKI: Senior Clerk and Treasurer. MRS. LAURA RAMSDELL: Record Clerk. MRS. MARY CAMP CAROL HEPNER MRS. MAY JASTRZEMSKI MRS. RUTH KUBACKI MRS. LAURA RAMSDELL 16 Sally Kuebbeler, Sally Taylor, and Norma Raitz enjoy working for Mr. Martin. The library is a pleasant place with Lois and Mrs. Kruse checking the books we borrow. Kay Robison, Sharon Shipmon, and Mary Eberlin ga!n valuable experience as dean ' s aides in Miss Kanney ' s office. Mr. Robinson, Mr. Campey, and Mr. Martin proudly unfurl our new flag during the dedication ceremony for the Libbey Field House. The office girls — Ruth, May, Carol, and Laura — are busy as usual with no letup in sight. Though we are unable to see Mrs. Camp ' s smile on the telephone, we hear it in her voice. Ruth and Mr. Rusie share Miss Kanney ' s delight In the birthday gift she received from her aides. Miss Foster instructs one of her mathematics classes. 17 Seiua Guiding the activities of the Senior Class of 1956 were Miss Grace Henderson, Senior Class ' Adviser, and class officers: president. Bill Dimke; vice presi- dent, Brenda Boughton; sergeant-at-arms, Tom Case; and secretary-treasurer, Zinneb Kilell (left to right in illustration). ADAMS, RUTH ANN: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. ALLEN, PATSY: Malinta-Grelton High School, Ma- linta, Ohio. ALLEN, PAUL: Scott High School; Hi-Y 2, 3. ALTENBAUGH, DORIS: Phils 1, 2, 4; Y-Teens 2, Secy. 3, Repres. 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Jr. Ring Com.; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. BACON, MARY JO: National Honor 3, 4; Jr. Classi- cal League 3, 4; Crystal Copy Ed. 4; Sr. Cowboy Roundup Com. BAKER, RICHARD: Macomber 1, 2; Bowling 3, 4. BALDWIN, BEVERLY BARNABY, RICHARD: Jr. Achievement 2. BARNER, ALVA BATCHMAN, ROBERT: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2; Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. BAUGH, DIXIE: F.N.A. 1. BAUMGARTNER, SUE: Peries 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Y- Teens 2, Treas. 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3. 18 BEECHING, DIXIE: Phils 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Lib 3; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3; Jr. Prom Com. BENDER, SALLY: Peries 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, Rec. Secy. 4; Jr. Play Com., Co- Chrm.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Sr. Cowboy Round- up Com., Chrm.; Sr. Play Prompter. BETTS, PATRICIA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Jr. Play; Projection 1. BICKELHAUPT, DARLENE: Phils 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, Secy.-Treas. 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 3; Jr. Red Cross 2; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. BLANKENSHIP, BEVERLY: High School of Commerce, Springfield, Mass., 1, 2, 3; National Honor 4. BLATTNER, THOMAS BOERST, ALVIN: Macomber 1. BOGART, BARBARA: Peries 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 1, 2, Secy. 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Edelian Club Ed. 4; Sr. Banquet Com.; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2, Com. 3; Nurse ' s Aide 3; National Honor 4. BOLDT, CAROL: Peries 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, J, 4; Dra- matics Club 3; Jr. Play 3; Band 2, 3. BOONE, JUDY: Y-Teens 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Sr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3; Jr. Play Com. BOT TLES, DONALD: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. BOUGHTON, BRENDA: Phils 2, 3, Sr. Censor 4; Na- tional Honor 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1; Classical Honor 1 , 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 4; Sr. Class V. Pres.; Dean ' s Aide 1, 3, 4. Ably representing the seniors were Student Council members: Tom A. Smith, Judy Niehous, Shirley Folk, and Bob Fearnside (left to right in illustration). 19 BOURQUIN, ANITA: Zets 2, 3; F.N.A. 4; Jr. Classical League 1; Sr. Memorial Com.; Dean ' s Aide 4; National Honor 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. BOWES, CHARLOTTE: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; String Quartet 1. BOYKIN, KENNETH: Macomber 1, 2. BRAZIER, RONALD: Hi-Y 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. BUCK, DOROTHY: Zets 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Biology Club 1, 2, 3; Leaders Club 1, 2. BURNHAM, WALTER BURNETT, LARRY: Maumee 1; Golf 3, 4; Jr. Achieve- ment 4. BURZYNSKI, DAVID: Central 1, 2; Bowling 4. BUSH, DELORES CAMPBELL, BARBARA: Y-Teens 4; F.T.A. 3, 4- Leaders Club 1, 2, 3. CAMPBELL, JEAN CARMONY, DELLA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; Projection 1; Cafe- teria 1; Notional Honor 4; Sr. Banquet Com. CASE, GERTRUDE: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1. CASE, THOMAS: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Secy. 2, 3, 4- Football 2, Varsity 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Class Sgt.-ot-Arms; Rhythm Roundup 3; National Honor 4. CAVANAUGH, TERRENCE: Bible Club 3, 4. CHARNAS, DAVID CLARK, CAROLYN: Scott 3; Jr. Classical League 2, 3, 4. CLARK, KAREN: National Honor 3, 4; Peries 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; F.T.A. V. Pres. 3, Pres. ' 4; Debate Club Co-Chrm. 3; Dramatics Club 2; Crystai Co-Managing Ed. 4; Jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4; Valedictorian. 20 COCHRAN, CAROL: Zets 2, Censor 3, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3; Jr. Ploy Com.; Dramatics Club 4; National Honor 4. COLEMAN, EDWARD: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4. COLEMAN, RONALD: Football 1, 2. Boys ' COLLINS, FRED: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3; Track Mgr. 1; Track 2, 3; Sr. Cowboy Roundup Com. COLLINS, SUE: Y-Teens 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Chaplain 4; Biology Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Sr. Memorial Com.; Leaders Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CORDREY, ROBERT: Q.D. ' s 3; Hi-Y 2; Biology Club 2. COURTAD, JANET: Peries 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 2; Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3; Jr. Ploy Com. COX, JUDY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. CREMEAN, ALICE: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens Secy. 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Sr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. CRIST, JOAN: Y-Teens 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. CROSBY, CAROL: Biology Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. CZOLGOSZ, NANCY: National Honor 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 2, 3; Debate Club 3; Dramatics Club 3; U.N. Club 3; Crystal Co-Managing Ed. 4. DAVIDSON, ALMA DAVIS, PAULA: Bible Club 2, 3, 4. DEIGER, LARRY DEJAIFFE, RUSSELL: National Honor 3, 4; Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track 3; Sr. Banquet Com. DELAMOTTE, CHARLES: Basketball Mgr. 2; Baseball Mgr. 2. DEMARS, SUE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Sr. Pla Com. 21 •: «l. DEMOTT, SUE: Y-Teens 2; F.N. A. 1; Choir 3, 4. DENNIS, RICHARD: National Honor 3, 4; Debate Club 3, Pres. 4; Biology Club 2; Chess Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Sr. Memorial Com. DENNO, NORRIS: Golf 2, 3, 4. DETRAY, HOWARD: Football 2. DEVINEY, DENNY: Maumee 1, 2; Q.D. ' s 4; Varsity Football 4; Track 3, 4. DICKEY, BARBARA: Dayton High School 1; Zets 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 3; Jr. Red Cross 2. DIMKE, WILLIAM: National Honor 3, 4; Q.D. ' s 4; Jr. Classical League V. Pres. 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Sr. Class Pres.; Classical Honor 2, 3, 4; Jr. Member of Rotary Club 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Choir 2, Pres. 3. DOLT, CHARLES: Chess Club 4. DONEGHY, CHARLES: F.B.L.A. 3, Treas. 4; Sr. Play Com.; Jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; National Honor 4. DREYER, BILL DUNBAR, JUDY: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2; Biology Club 2; Jr. Ring Com.; Sr. Trip Com.; Sr. Play Com.; Jr. Play Com. DURFEE, DAVID: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 2. The Cowboy Roundup was planned by the follow- ing seniors: Mary Jo Bacon, Marilyn Hamlin, Sandra Neill, John Nyquist, Bob Hockett, Sally Bender, Vyvyan Hurst, Fred Collins, and Bill Morris (left to right in illustration). i 22 ' ' -p HHf I I -| % ,, .,,.., o ■ IK • fjlf " The Bishop ' s Mantle, " the senior class play, was well organized by the senior play committee: Janell Maeder, Judy Cox, Myra Layne, Judy Boone, Harold Wagner, Alice Cremean, Wayne Schutt, and Charles Doneghy (left to right in illustration). DUSSEAU, SHARON: Y-Teens 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Dra- matics Club 4; Sr. Ploy; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3. EARL, JAMES: National Honor 3, Treas. 4; F.T.A. 4; Jr. Prom Com.; Sr. Banquet Com.; Jr. Achievement 4; Chess Club 4; Rhythm Roundup 3; Bible Club 4; U.N. Club, Pres. 4; Debate Club 4. EBERLIN, MARY: Phils 3, Corres. Secy. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, Secy. -Treas. 4; Dean ' s Aide 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3. EBRIGHT, MARTHA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3. EICHELBERGER, GWENN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 1; Crystal 4; Jr. Prom Com.; Lib 1, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Jr. Achievement 3; Projection 1; Jr. Red Cross 3; Rhythm Roundup 3; Jr. Ploy. EISENHART, LANETTE: F.N. A. 4; Nurse ' s Aide 2, 4. ELLINGER, NANCY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3; Dean ' s Aide 1, 3, 4; Leaders Club 2, 3; National Honor 4. ENDSLEY, JACKIE: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 3, 4; Dean ' s Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, Co-Captain 4. EVANS, ARTIS: Coleman High School 1; Football 2; Track 2; Bowling 4. FALK, SHIRLEY: National Honor 3, V. Pres. 4; Y-Teens Pres. 2, Repres. 3, 4; Peries 1 , 2, 3, Pres. 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3; Classical Honor 1, 2, 3, 4; Edelian Club Ed. 4; Student Council 3, 4; Foot- ball Queen 4; Field House Dedication Com. 4. FALKENBERG, BEVERLY: Phils 1 , 2, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; G.A.A. 1; Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3; Jr. Achievement 2; Mimeographing 3, 4. FEARNSIDE, ROBERT: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, V. Pres. 4; Hi-Y Treas. 1, 2; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, Captain 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1 Jr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms; Rhythm Roundup 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4 National Honor 4. 23 FELSER, LAVERNE FETZER, LINETTE: Waite 2; F.N. A. 1; Choir 4. FISHER, CHARLENE: Y-Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 2. FISHER, RUSSELL: Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. FITZGERALD, CAROL: Peries 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, Secy. 4; U.N. Club 2; Jr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. FLECK, AUDRU: Woodward 1; Choir 2, 3, 4. FLOYD, WILLIE: Hi-Y 1; Track 1, 3, 4; Football 1. FOLEY, RICHARD: Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Biology Club 2; Forum 1, 2. FOSTER, DIANE: Band 2, 3, 4. FYOCK, JOHN: Q.D. ' s 3, 4; Varsity Football 3; Track 2. GARCIA, BENJAMIN: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. GARCIA, CARLOTTA GEE, JANICE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Biology Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 2; Dramatics 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. GEIS, JUDY: Y-Teens 2. GERALDO, DENNIS GOBLE, PAULINE: yhitney 2. GOINGS, CHARLES: Basketball 1; Football 1- Track 1, 2. GOOD, GARY: Forum 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Sr. Play Com.; W.T.D.S. 4. 24 GRAY, MARVA: Jr. Achievement 2. GRAYBILL, MARILYN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 4; Choir 4; National Honor 4. GREEN, LINDA: Phils 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Y-Teens 2, Chaplain 3, 4; U.N. Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Edelian Sr. Class Ed. 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Commencement Com.; Main Office 3; National Honor 4. GREEN, MARGARET: Cafeteria 1, 2, 3. GRIFFITH, DENNIS: Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Biology Club 2, Treos. 3; Projection 1; Jr. Red Cross 2; Foot- ball 2; Football Mgr. 1; Basketball Mgr. 1. GRIMES, BEVERLY: Ursuline Academy 1, 2; Rhythm Roundup 4. GRINDLE, MARGARET: Woodward 1. GRUND, DARST: National Honor 3, 4; Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Chaplain 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2; Classical Honor 2, 3; Sr. Commencement Com. GUNN, MERLE: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Sr. Repres. 4; National Honor 4; Mimeographing 4. GWINN, VIRGINIA HAAS, SHARON: Y-Teens 2. HALL, LOIS: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Mimeographing 4. HAMLIN, MARILYN: Phils 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Cowboy Round- up Com. 4; Library Aide 1, 4; Sr. Ploy Prompter; National Honor 4. HANSEN, GERALD: Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Sr. Commencement Com.; Sr. Play Com.; W.T.D.S. 4. HARBAUGH, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. HARRIGAN, EDWARD HARRIS, KATHY: Sr. Play. HARRISON, MARY JANE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s Aide 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3. 25 HARTLEY, MARY ALICE: Gym Office 4. HEFFNER, DONALD HEIDEN, JANE: F.N.A. 3. HEIDEN, JANET HENTON, RICHARD: Scott 1; Jr. Achievement 2. HEPNER, SHIRLEY: National Honor 3, 4; Zets 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2. 3, 4; Dean ' s Aide 2; Main Office 4. Responsible for the selection of senior announce- ments were Pat Sullivan, Jerry Hansen, Suzie Klein, Darst Grund, Laurel Schroder, Phil Walbolt, and Linda Green (left to right in illustration). HERNANDEZ, NORA: F.B.L.A. 2, 3. HESLET, JOYCE: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. HESS, JUDY: Zets 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Main Office 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 4. HILL, ROBERTA HINTZ, GLENN HISCHKA, CARL: Football 1, 2; Jr. Achievement Pres. 4; W.T.D.S. 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. 26 9 ■ ' I - T m JrMA HOCKETT, ROBERT: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Cowboy Roundup Com. 4; Sr. Play Com.; W.T.D.S. 4. HOFFMAN, THOMAS: Q.D. ' s 4; Jr. Play. HOFFMAN, WILLIAM: Forum 2, 3, Secy. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Repres. 4; Choir 2, Sgt.-ot-Arms 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3. HOREN, ARLENE HUCKLEBY, CAROL HUEBNER, JO-ANN The trip to New York City and Washington, D. C— probably the most exciting event for seniors— was scheduled by the Senior Trip Committee: Sally Kuebbler, Jim Sower, Judy Dunbar, and John Tapley (left to right in illustration). HUNTER, LAWRENCE HURST, VYVYAN: Y-Teens 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Cowboy Roundup Com. 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Mimeographing 3, 4; National Honor 4. IRWIN, BETTY JACKSON, JOHN: Varsity Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. JACKSON, MARY JANKOWSKI, KENNETH 27 JOHNSON, JUDY: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Leaders Club 2, 3; Rhythm Roundup 3. JOHNSON, MARY LEE JOHNSON, ZOE DELL: Y-Teens 2, 3. 4. JORDON, CHARLES: Football 1, 2. KATSCHKE, DOROTHY: Y-Teens Repres. 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Nurse ' s Aide 1, 3, 4. KEIL, JAMES: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 1955 ' s Most Valuable Football Player. KELLER, DALE KELLY, FRED: Football 1, 2; Bowling 3, 4; Basebal 3, 4. KELLY, WILLIA MAE KELSEY, PAUL: Football 1. KENNEDY, JOAN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Jr. Red Cross; Lib 2. KENT, EDWARD: Sr. Memorial Com.; Jr. Achieve- ment 2; W.T.D.S. 4. KILELL, ZINNEB: Phils 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; Edelian Sr. Class Ed. 4; Sr. Class Secy-Treas.; Mimeographing 4; National Honor 4. KILLIAN, TERESA: Peries 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 2. KING, THEODORE: Biology Club 3, 4; Debate Club 4. KING, THOMAS: Football 1; Baseball 3, 4. KLEIN, SUZANNE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Commencement Com.; Choir 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Jr. Red Cross 2. KODER, RICHARD 28 KOEPFER, HENRY KRAUZER, EUGENE KRUEGER, LOUISE: Zets 2, 3, Chaplain 4; Y-Teens 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Sr. Banquet Com.; Main Office 2, 4; National Honor 4. KUEBBELER, SALLY: Y-Teens 2; Edelian Circulation 3, 4; Sr. Trip Com.; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 3, 4; Activities Office 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 4. KUJAWA, BERNARD KUTZKE, ALELA LANDIS, ROBERT: Jr. Classical League 2, 3; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Memorial Com. LANGE, RUTH: Jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4. LANGENDERFER, DUANE: Band 4; Biology Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; U.N. Club 3, 4. LAU, THOMAS LAYNE, MYRA: Y-Teens 2, 3; Biology Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 2; Rhythm Roundup 2; Sr. Play Com. LEU, JAMES: Classical Honor 2, 3; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, Pres. 4; Choir 1, 2; Debate Club 2; National Honor 4. LEUPP, GRETCHEN: Y-Teens 3; Majorette 2. LINDHURST, NANCY: F.N. A. 2; Jr. Classical League 1 ; Gym Office 4. LISKA, RHUA: Notre Dame Academy 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Gym Office 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; F.N. A. 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; U.N. Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Jr. Achievement V. Pres. 4. LLOYD, LEROY: Maumee High 1; Jr. Classical League 2. LONG, BARBARA: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Gym Office 4. LONG, BEN: Debate Club 3; Band 2; Football 1. 29 Jim Rogers, Kathy Reece, Jean McNamee, Carol Van Karsen, Carol Mead, Henry Williams, and McDavid McCorvey (left to right in illustration) planned the occasion of the year— the Junior-Senior Prom. LOUTHRAN, GEORGE: Hi-Y 1, 2. LOWRY, CHARLES: Jr. Achievement. LUHRING, SANDRA: National Honor 3, 4; Zets 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Edelian Layout and Copy Ed.; Projec- tion 1; Choir 2, 3, 4. MAC DONALD, TERRY: Forum 2, 3, V. Pres. 4; Hi-Y Pres. 1, Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, Pres. 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3; Edelian Advertising Ed. 4; Jr. Prom. Com.; Sr. Banquet Com.; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; National Honor 4. MCCAFFREY, RICHARD: Track 3; Biology Club 2; Q.D. ' s 4. MC CORMICK, PATRICK: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Ploy. MCCORVEY, CLIFTON: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MC CORVEY, MC DAVID: Band 2; Sr. Prom. Com. MCGHEE, JOYCE: Scott 1; F.N. A. 2, 3; Nurse ' s Aide 2. MC KINSEY, PAUL: Woodward 1; Band 2, 3, 4. MC NAMEE, JEAN: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Secy. 4; F.N. A. 3; F.T.A. 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Prom. Com.; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Gym OFfice 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play Com.; Mimeographing 4; National Honor 4. MC NEAL, BARBARA 30 - z 4 s k MAEDER, JANELL: Y-Teens V. Pres. 2, 3, 4; Dra- matics Club 3, V. Pres. 4; Jr. Prom. Com.; Sr. Play Com.; Jr. Play Com. MALLETT, GARY: Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Foot- ball Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Mgr. 1, 2. MANN, RICHARD: Macomber 1. MANZ, MARY: Zets 2; Y-Teens 4; Leaders Club 4; F.T.A. Historian 2, 3, 4; Gym Office 3; Rhythm Roundup Com. 1 . MATZINGER, MARILYN: Phils 3, Treas. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Edelian Sr. Class Ed. 4; Sr. Banquet Com.; Debate Club 3, V. Pres. 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Dramatics Club 4; Rhythm Roundup 1; National Honor 4. MAXWELL, JAMES: Scott 1, 2; Track 2, 4; Cross Country 2. MAYS, HENRY: Football 2; Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4. MEAD, CAROL: Notional Honor 3, Secy. 4; Peries 2, 3, Secy. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Pres. 4; F.T.A. 2, Secy. 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1, Secy. 2, 3, 4; Edelian Club Editor 4; Sr. Prom Com.; Classical Honor 1; Jr. Play; Sr. Ploy; Dean ' s Aide 4; Rhythm Roundup 2, 4; Dramatics Club 4. MEIER, PAT: Y-Teens 2, 3; Jr. Classical League 1, 2; Dramatics Club 3; Cheerleader 3; Jr. Red Cross 1, Treas. 2; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2; G.A.A. 1. MERRIMAN, PATRICIA MEYER, BONNIE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; G.A.A. 1; Jr. Achievement Secy. 2; Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3. MORRIS, WILLIAM: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Mgr. 1, Head Football Mgr. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Cowboy Roundup Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. The senior banquet was well planned by: Delia Carmony (not in illustration), Russell De JaifFe, Terry MacDonald, Jim Earl, Shirley Hepner, Sharon Shipman, Louise Krueger, Marilyn Matzinger, and Barbara Bogort (left to right in illustration). 31 MUMMERT, JACKIE: F.B.L.A. 2; Library Aide 2, 3, 4. MYERS, CAROL: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2; F.N. A. 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Sr. Memorial Com.; Choir 2; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Dean ' s Aide 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com.; National Honor 4. NEILL, SANDRA: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens Sgt.-at- Arms 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, Corres. Secy. 4; F.B.L.A. 2; F.T.A. 3; Cowboy Roundup Com. 4; U.N. Club 2; Gym Office 3, 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Rhythm Roundup Com. 2, 3; National Honor 4. NEUBERT, LILLIAN: Cafeteria 1, 2. NIEHOUS, JUDY: Phils 1, 2, Jr. Censor 3, Pres. 4 Y-Teens 2, Pres. 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, Chaplain 3, 4 Edelian Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Jr. Prom Chrm. Student Council 3, 4; Bookroom 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Prompter; National Honor 4. NOFFKE, JO ANN: Y-Teens 2, 3; Nurse ' s Aide 2. NOWAK, EARL: Biology Club 2; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Jr. Red Cross 3. NYQUIST, JOHN: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3; Jr. Play Com.; Cowboy Roundup Com.; National Honor 4. OATES, BEVERLY: Jr. Classical League 2, 3; F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Nurse ' s Aide 4; Jr. Achievement Treas. 2. PARTIN, BETTY: Woodward 1, 2, 3. PATTIN, DELORES: Jr. Red Cross 2, 3. PENN, PATI: National Honor 3, 4; Zets 1, 2 , His- torian 3, V. Pres. 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Debate Club Secy. 3, 4; Crystal 3, 4; Sr. Memorial Com.; Jr. Class V. Pres.; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Classical Honor 1; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; Dean ' s Aide 1, 2, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4. PESCHEL, BARBARA: Scott 3. PFEIFER, JANET: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. PIERSON, JACK PIMIENTA, DONALD: Debate Club 4; Chess Club 4. POLASKI, NANCY: Band 3, 4. POOLE, PAT: Whitmer 1, 2, 3; National Honor 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; U.N. Club 4; Debate Club 4; Crystal 4; Sr. Memorial Com.; Jr. Achievement 3. 32 PORAZINSKI, JERRY POSADNY, MARY: Y-Teens 2. ROUGHER, LA VERNE: National Honor 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; Biology Club 2, 3. PRICE, JOE PROUDFOOT, NORMAN: Jr. Play Com. RAITZ, NORMA: Maumee High School 1; Paries 2, 3, Corres. Secy. 4; Y-Teens Chaplain 2, Repres. 3, 4; Jr. Ring Com.; Sr. Memorial Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2; Activities Office 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. REECE, KATHLEEN: Zets 2, 3, Corres. Secy. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Leaders Club 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Jr. Ring Com.; Sr. Prom Com.; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3; Gym Office 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com.; National Honor 4. REED, BETTY: Y-Teens 3, 4; Choir 3, 4. REED, EDWARD: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Sr. Play Com.; Jr. Ploy Com. REED, ELIZABETH REED, JOHN REGENT, DANIEL: Bowling 3, 4. REICHLER, JUDY: Y-Teens 2, 3; Library Aide 2, 3, 4. RESPRESS, EMILY: F.B.L.A. 1; Leaders Club 1. REYNOLDS, ROBERT: Delta High 1; Projection 2. ROBERTS, PATRICIA: Y-Teens 4; Gym Office 4; Mimeographing 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. ROBERTS, SHARON: Biology 2; Rhythm Roundup 1. ROBINSON, LARRY: Hi-Y 2. 33 ROGERS, JAMES: Scott 1; National Honor 3, 4; Q.D. ' s 2, 3, Pres. 4; Football Varsity 2, 3, Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Sr. Prom. Com.; Jr. Class Pres.; Rhythm Roundup 3; Stationers Desk 3, 4. RUSSELL, EDWARD: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 3; Jr. Red Cross 2. RUSSELL, GLORIA RUSSELL, JOHN SANDYS, THOMAS: Track 3. SCHMAKEL, EARL: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. SCHREINER, MELVIN: Ida Rural Agricultural 1, 2; Football 3. SCHRODER, LAUREL: Peries 2, 3, Censor 4; National Honor 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2; Classical Honor 1, 2; F.N. A. 1, 2, 3, V. P res. 4; Edelian Club Ed. 4; Sr. Commencement Com.; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; Nurse ' s Aide 3. SCHUTT: WAYNE: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Jr. Prom. Com,; Sr. Play Com.; W.T.D.S. 4. SHEPHERD, THOMAS. SHIPMAN, CAROLE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor 4. SHIPMAN, SHARON: National Honor 3, 4; Zets 3, Corres. Secy. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, Jr. Repres. 3, 4; Sr. Banquet Com.; Leaders Club 2, 3; Dean ' s Aide 4; Choir 2, 3, 4. " What shall we leave behind us? " was the query of the Senior Memorial Committee. Left to right: row 1— Ed Kent, Bob Landis; row 2 — Richard Dennis, Sue Collins, Anita Bourquin, Rati Penn, Norma Raitz, Pat Poole, and Carol Myers. 34 Although it was a cold Thanksgiving Day, Shirley felt a glow of happiness as she was crowned 1955 Foolbail Queen by 1954 Queen Jeri-Ann. Left to right: Carol Cochran, Shirley Folk, Jeri-Ann Arm- brust, and Gwenn Eichelberger. SHUMAN, TERRY: Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Dra- matics Club 2, Treas. 3, Treos. 4; Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. SIMMONS, ERMA LEE: Zets 3; Y-Teens 2, 3; Biology Club 2, Secy. 3; Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 4. SITES, DARLENE: DeVilbiss 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; Lead- ers Club 3; Jr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. SLATER, ANN: Phils 3, Rec. Secy. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3; Jr. Classical League 3, 4; Choir 2; Orchestra 4; Rhythm Roundup 2; National Honor 4; String Quartet 1. SMITH, BARBARA: Scott 1, 2, 3. SMITH, DAVID: Q.D. ' s 3, 4; Projection 1; Biology Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Football Mgr. 3; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com. SMITH, HARRY: Newark High School, Newark, Ohio 1, 2, 3. SMITH, THOMAS A.: National Honor 3, 4; Classical Honor 1, Pres. 2, Secy. -Treas. 3, 4; Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y V. Pres. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, Treas. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basket- ball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Edelian Sports Ed. 4; Jr. Ring Com.; Student Council Secy-Treas. 3, Pres. 4. SMITH, THOMAS D.: Golf 2, 3, 4. SNYDER, CAROLYN: Waite 1. SOHNLY, CAROL: F.N. A. 1; Biology Club 2. SOMMERS, JEROME: J. C. Corbin High School, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 1 . 35 SOPHER, ROBERT: Macomber 1; Q.D. ' s 3, Sgt.-at- Arms 4; Cross Country 2. SOWER, JAMES: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, Secy. 4; Football 1, 2; Sr. Trip Com.; Jr. Achievement 2. SPAULDING, MARY LYNN: Maumee 1, 2; National Honor 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Jr. Classical League 4; Edelian Layout and Copy Ed. 4. SQUAIRE, LOIS: Whitney 2. STAFF, JAMES STARKLOFF, DONNA: Y-Teens 2, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 4. 3, 4; F.B.L.A. STANLEY, EDWARD: Hi-Y Chaplain 1; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Choir 4; Boys Chorus 4. STOLL, GLORIA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Dra- matics Club 3, 4; Lib 2; Sr. Play Com.; Jr. Red Cross 2; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3; W.T.D.S. 4. SULLIVAN, PAT: Zets 3,4; Y-Teens 2; Biology Club 2; F.T.A. 2, Librarian 3, Secy. 4; Sr. Commencement Com.; National Honor 4. SUMMERS, LAFAYETTE SURERUS, DON SWANSON. DAVID: Q.D. ' s 2; Football 1, 2; Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. SWARTZ, JANET: Y-Teens 2; Choir 3, 4. SZUL, CAROLYN: Y-Teens 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, Librarian 4; Biology Club 2, 3; F.N. A. 1; Jr. Classical League 1, 2; Jr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. TAPLEY, JOHN: Biology Club 2; Football 1, 2; Sr. Trip Com.; Choir 1, 2, 4; Jr. Achievement 2. TEDERSON, NANCY TELB, JAMES: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Chaplain 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4. TERRELL, WILLIAM 36 THOMAS, BARBARA: Biology Club 2; F.N. A. 1; G.A.A. 1; Jr. Play Com.; Band 1, 2, 3; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, Secy.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Jr. Achievement 4. TOMPKINS, DAVID: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Football 1 2- Track 1, 2. THOMPSON, CAROL: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 1. THOMPSON, DONNA: Y-Teens 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3. TUCKER, GEORGE: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4. ULERY, SANDRA: Peries 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; G.A.A. 1; Leaders Club 2, 3. VAN DAME, GLORIA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Biology 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Com. VANDERLIP, JAY: Football 2. VAN KARSEN, CAROL: National Honor 3, 4; Peries 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4; Y-Teens Treas. 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; Crystal 3; Edelian Co-Ed.- in-Chief 4; Sr. Prom. Com. Chrm.,- Jr. Class Secy- Treas.; Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4; Main Office 1, 2. VAN KOUGHNET, JUDY: Zets 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens Repres. 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Jr. Play Com.; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 3; U.N. 4. VEITH, JOHN: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play. VINCENT, LARRY: Projection 1; Jr. Achievement 1. WAGNER, DONNA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Band 1, 3, 4; Jr. Play Com.; Dra- matics Club 3, 4; Projection 1; Y.F.C. 4. WAGNER, HAROLD: National Honor 3, Pres. 4; Q.D. ' s 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Treas. 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Crystal Sports Ed. 2, 3; Edelian Pictorial Ed. 4; Jr. Ring Com.; Jr. Play Com.; Sr. Play Com.; Field House Dedication Com. 4; Youth Rotary Club 4. WALBOLT, PHIL: Hi-Y 1, 2, Chaplain 3, 4; Tennis 3; Sr. Announcement Com. WALCZAK, NORMAN: Macomber 1, 2; Bowling 4; Basketball 4. WALLING, BOBBIE: Bledsoe County High School, Tennessee 1; Southeastern High School, Detroit 2. WASHINGTON, BARBARA: Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School 1; Y-Teens 4. 37 WASSMUND, RUTH: Phils 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4; Y-Teens 3; Jr. Classical League 1; Leaders Club 3, 4; Library Aide 1; National Honor 4. WATTS, MARY ELLEN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.N. A. 1, 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Nurse ' s Aide 3, 4. WELSH, BARTON: National Honor 3, 4; Forum 2, 3, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Secy. 4; Jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4; Classical Honor 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Jr. Play Com. Chairman; Red Cross Repres. 1. WERT, CAROL: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3; Crystal 3. WESTFALL, HERBERT: Forum 3, 4; Hi-Y 1; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2. WHETTON, NANCY: Woodward 1; Biology Club 2; Nurse ' s Aide 3; Jr. Achievement 4. WILLIAMS, HENRY: Q.D. ' s 2, 3, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4; Track 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1 ; Sr. Prom. Com. WILLIAMS, JAMES: Choir 3; Band 3. WILLIAMS, ROGER: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 4; Track 1, 2, Captain 3, 4; Jr. Ring Com. WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY: Zets 3, Treas. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. WILSON, BARBARA WINN, GERALDINE: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1. WITTES, DOROTHY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Library Aide 1; W.T.D.S. 4. WOLF, ALAN: Forum 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, Treas. 3; Dramatics Club 4; Jr. Play; Sr. Play; Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.T.D.S. 3, 4. WOOTEN, SHERRY WRIGHT, BONNIE: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. WYNN, THOMAS: Hi-Y 2; Baseball 2. YATES, ROY SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES HARRIS, CLAUDE: Hi-Y 1; Track 1; Football 1. MYERS, JAMES: Jr. Red Cross 2; Football 1, 2; Band 2, 3, 4. SLATE, PAUL: Hi-Y 1, 2; Football 1. 38 r1 .«.V ?. " Se4 o PUuf.: 7 4e liuUo-fi Mantle Senior play properties committee: Senior play cast: Scenery committee: Laurel Schroder Jerry Hansen Terry MacDonald Allan Wolf Allan Wolf Ed Reed Barbara Bogart Carol Myers Bill Dimke Sondra Nelli Rhua Liska Dave Smith Judy Dunbar Gloria Van Dame Marilyn Matzinger Sharon Dusseau Terry Schuman Carl Hischka Kathy Harris Rati Penn Art Barry Jerry Hansen Carol Mead Pat McCormick Barbara Bo gort and Laurel Schrode John Veith Dorothy Wittes clean up ofter the ploy. 39 OiixHdJO i. ROW 1 -Ronald Ropelle, Dea Wiseley, Chuck Chrisman, OIlie Brown, Jerry Jones, Roger Skilliter, Tom Williams, Sam Sookey, John Fellhauer ROW 2 — Bob Harrigan, Dave Strahley, Tom Rier, Larry Forderer, Ernie Hartman, Dick Heaton, Clifford Falkenberg, Bill Smoltz, Jed Duty ROW 3-Bill DeSan o, Larry Tubbs, Gary Mallory, Bill Bettridge, Bill Stine, Michael Cordner, Phil Harris, Ronald Reinhart, Bill Lange ROW 1— Bonnie Thocker, Suzanne Below, Georgia Sillman, Carol Landry, Jodey Smith, Jackie Fuller, Bonnie Borchardt, Joan Garner, Joyce Prentice ROW 2 — Hester Langston, Jessie Trail, Mary Ann Muroski, Bertha Brown, Gwendolyn Williams, Maxine Russell, Lorene LaBeau, Barbara Stulls, Judy Starner ROW 3 — Elaine Carter, Mary Alice Butler, Barbara Shuman, Sarah Smith, Vicky Doner, Barbara Hosking, Mary Ammons, Susan Sayre, Dorothy Williams ROW 1— Terry Keller, Matt Kolb, Lorry Motzinger, Arnold Galloway, James Strange, Mayo Witty, Bill Hurst, Jerry Booher, Dale Stone ROW 2— Clay White, Eddie Glover, Robert Huntley, James Williams, Jerry Durham, Jim Johnson, Dave Woodcock, Ward Williams, Norm Fry ROW 3-Bob Lockett, Herbert Davis, James Watkins, Dick Heinz, Don Smith, Mike McGee, Terry Runge, Carl Becker, Warren Bradley, Bill Selvey Junior Class Officers: Left to right, Gary Mallory, sergeant-at-arms; Judy Roush, vice president; Judy Schnell, secretary-treasurer; and Ronald Reinhart, president. Junior Representatives to Student Council: Left to right. Bill Stine, Chuck Chrisman, Elaine Ram- seur, and Marilyn Moyer. Ounixi 41 Junior Prom CommiUee: Left to right, David Schatz, Arnold Galloway, Dick Waterman, Ann Luscombe, Valerie Loos, and Marilyn Leibius. Junior Ring Committee: Left to right, Herbert Clifford, Stan Burden, Sharon Jones, Judy Jenks, Margie Matecki, Lillian Earl, and Clay White. Qi WUJO 42 Ounio d, ROW 1— Ceylon Clark, Mary Ann Posadny, Modene Johnson, Nancy Hallowell, Sally Taylor, Nancy Smith, Minnie Douglas, Eleanor V allbank, Carol Meyers ROW 2— Nancy Stevenson, Barbara Malohn, Judy Miller, Joan Glesmer, Judy Brunner, Nancy Mariea, Joan Kurek, Janice Zilba, Sandy Hartley, Jean Dickerson ROW 3— Judy Tripp, Marcia Nehring, Rosemary Jones, Joyce Rehm, Jeanette Peschel, Manira Saide, Rose- mary Wolfert, Judy Connors, Shirley Dunning ROW 1— Gene JefFries, Jerry Waganfeald, Ernest Hall, Lauren Kreps, Oren Beck, Ron Salzwadel, Tom Gale, Denny Huff, William Crowe ROW 2— Bernie Kunkel, Jerry Koepfler, Jim Dultmeyer, John Mclntyre, Herbert Pope, David Bigelow, Ron Kilell, Chuck Hopkins, Lawson Burrow, Nick Ruggiero ROW 3 — Don McElya, Leonard Mason, Mike Hubbard, Tom Johnson, Calvin Landis, Nolan Swanigan, Mike Konczal, Jerome Auth, James Shelton ROW 1— Karen Walker, Ann Luscombe, Gladys Bronson, Barbara Krovetsky, Judy Harris, Barbara Long, Pat Sanderson, Nancy Garner, Sandra Lasko ROW 2— Marilyn Moyer, Judy Schnell, Shirley Openshaw, Linda Greenwalt, Linda Blonden, Rosalind Cedoz, Ginny Teal, Sharon Slicker, Marlene Tarsek, Valerie Loos ROW 3— Naomi Lenz, Marilyn Miller, Doris Kirian, Deanna Hochsteftler, Marilyn Liebius, Sharon Jones, Morilou Eubank, Judy Korb, JoAn n Stickle 0unio 6, ROW 1— Mike Thompson, Terry Fuchs, Allan FonafF, Myron Bohnerf, Ed Thompson, Ronald Owens, Rob- ert Neol, John Shugar ROW 2— Tom Jahns, George Stanley, Roger Oberdier, Bob Fox, Frank Winterhalter, Stan Burden, Dennis Klein, Jim Bowles, Richard Achor ROW 3 — Hurbert Clifford, Jon Patton, Ken Stemmermann, Bob Mercuric, Ray Baker, Wilmer Frank, John Schmidt, Jon Kolodzoike, Paul Schultz, Bill Kistner ROW 1— Marjorie Gockerman, Sally Huebner, Eloins Ramseur, Colleen Blair, Barb Bruggeman, Layne Curtis, Barbara Kothe, Marcia Westrup, Judy Johnson ROW 2— Linda Graybill, Shirley Voyles, Donna Fisher, Jeri O ' Neill, Barbara Meeker, Beverly Flint, Carol DuBry, Elaine Deck, Nancy Fuerst ROW 3— Elizabeth Kohring, Sharon Hoist, Sue Krohn, Judy Jackson, Katherine Holmes, Bettye Johnson, Barbara Heller, JoAnn Palenske, Barbara Saunders ROW 1— Tom Hollopeter, Dave Schutz, Dave Schwartz, Dennie Heft, Don Wisniewski, Dale Cook, Tony Gonzales, Jerry Hirth, Bob Braunschweiger ROW 2— Bob Oates, Bob Nagucki, Jerry Lewis, John Kulczak, Tom Atkinson, Ned Bordner, Dean Miller, Robert Morey, Charles Montgomery ROW 3— Alex Russell, Denny Carney, Dan Thomas, Ron Rectenwald, Clifford Rippke, Bradford Albain, Lee Rambo, Loren Stewart, Ronald Bryant Junior Play Property Committee: Left to right, Judy Roush, Barb Bruggeman, Judy Johnson, Marilyn Leibius, Larry Dennis, Mary Alice Butler, Judy Starner, Judy Jackson, Bettye Johnson, Loyne Curtis, Margie Matecki, and Vicki Jaques. Junior Play Committee: Left to right, Marilyn Moyer, Sara Smith, Dick Heaton, Karen Walker, John Patton, Bob Fox, Judy Connors, and Rhoda Jackson. OuHiofii ' 45 ROW 1— Ken SchefFert, John Oberle, Terry Bossert, Sidney Winland, Paul Byersmith, Jim Pruss, Bill Shank, George Flockman, Larry Barnett ROW 2— Bill Schurtz, Jim Kravetsky, Henry Kopfer, Bill Hallowell, Charles Kunstbeck, Dennis Walterreit, Dick Waterman, Rodney Clevenger, Howard Fish ROW 3— Tom Hightower, Charles Baldwin, John Rolle, Harvey Mattier, Grant Ray, Bill Krueper, Ronald Pilcher, Floyd Bell, Larry McCabe Ounlo i, 46 0u uo 4. ROW 1— Judy McConoughey, Judy Roush, Pauline Piddock, Beverly Smith, Betty Macon, Sherry Reed, Shorlene Scheil, Emily Sanderson, Zetta Nunn ROW 2— JoAnn dinger, Margie Matecki, Bonnie Osborne, Nancy Mock, Sharon Schroeder, Elaine Dra- heim, Wanda Burgard, Margaret Kelley, Barbara Dorn, Shirley Braun ROW 3 — Dorothy Kirby, Ermajean Adams, Kathye Banks, Doris Haynes, Willena Miller, Mary Lee Wil- liams, Sandy Enright, Joyce Osterud, Judie Ecker ROW 1— Edward Steele, Edwin Leupp, Stuart Hall, Gerald Zedlitz, Lawerence Wanner, Skip Johnson, William McClure, Frank Spaulding, Ronnie Nowak ROW 2--Ronald Lingel, John Laugerman, Paul Taraschke, Larry Mallory, J. Palmer Bettridge, David Wob- ser, Donald Hahn, Jordan Waldman, Raymond Hehl ROW 3 — Larry Dennis, Larry Palmerton, James Williams, Barry Bunting, Jerry Mix, Richard Golembiewski, Don Noricki, Lawerence Roberts, Dick Shipman ROW 1— Terry Taylor, Wendy Smith, Janice Garner, Lillian Earl, Barbara Johnson, Pat Nino, Maureen O ' Rourke, Linda Marckel, Lula Boyd ROW 2 — Dorothy Price, Charlesena Harrison, Diane Leal, Lynn Gerhauser, Audrey Sturdivant, Dorothy Galloway, Marva Cooper, Mildred White, Linda Armstrong, Carol Graff ROW 3— Mary Lou Anderson, Bonnie Panning, Voncile McCorvey, Dawn Henderson, Rhoda Jackson, Pauline Baranek, Jean Snell, Janice Roesler, Vicki Jaques 44 uxxn. Plcuf.: " ime Ovi an, QUi f n. Junior play cast: Elaine Leon Elaine Carter Lawrence Roberts Sharon ■ Jones JoAnn dinger Eleanor Woilbank Conrad Johnson Richard Shipman Ronald Pilcher Stanley Burden Properties and scenery commiltees: Valerie Loos Butch Bohnert Judy Roush Sue Krohn Gary Mallory Tom Rier Judy Schnell Elaine Ramseur Art Barry Wilmer Frank Bill Kistner 48 Coach Vaznelis addresses the Peri-sponsored DeVilbiss Pep Rally. Jim Rogers, Bob Fearnside, Don Bottles, and Skip Johnson decorate for the football queen campaign. Excited students wait at the station for the Middletown trip. Some stragglers almost missed the bus to the Middletown stadium. Waite didn ' t stand a chance at the Phil rally. The majorettes put pep into the Zet rally for the Central gome. Layne Curtis, Margie Matecki, Joyce Osterud, and Judy Jackson admire their cake on the Middletown trip. 49 So4xUo4no ie Sophomore Student Council members Pete Kakela and Judy Eisenmann. Top magazine salesmen of the sophomore class: Left to right, first row, John Luscombe, Judy Reitz, Natalie Hill, J. Alan Aufderheide, Sue Booher. Second row, Bonnie Lamb, Tom DiSalle. ROW 1 -Janice Groah, Charlotte King, Patricia Gray, Diane Pauken, Chris Ganzert, Rosalee Clifford, Sharon Heising, Judy Diebert, Jerri Carmony, Mary Shepler, Sally Saide ROW 2-Margaret Loyer, Patricio Fink, Shirley Cossins, Barbara Myers, Diane Ramsey, Kathleen Trum- bull, Ann Grunst, Nata Lucas, Karen Hanna, Ann Reuman, Harriet Ramsey ROW 3-Evelyn Stukey, Joan Norton, Virgie Smith, Dessie Davenport, Sue Booher, Joan Habsrstich, Ruth Dreyer, Beverly Linden, Nancy Kornath, Marilyn Lowry, Joyce Curtis 50 SofutO ' inO ' i i ROW 1— Julie Wetcher, Catherine Foster, Sharon Koepfer, Pat Woods, Pat Kothe, Sue Francis, Shirley Lind- hurst, Melvene McFailand, Beatrice Brown ROW 2-Joyce Artz, Judy Evearitt, Beverly Schmidt, Barbara Hoot, Lois Yoh, Carmen Gray, Audrey Smith, Jonnie Johnson, Judith Funk, Donna Moore ROW 3 Roberta Manecke, Sue Laycock, Dianne Rozanski, Norma Madden, Sharon Turner, Rosalie O ' Rourke, Arlene Harbau gh, Nancy Gerschultz, Rosalie Petres, Linda Unger ROW 1 -Charles Thetford, Patrick Steiner, Ronnie Bock, Dave Tipping, Bob Meinardi, Nathan Waldman, Tom Madraykowski, Larry Kern, Clinton Howard, Bill Mitchells ROW 2— Carl Clark, Doug Beehler, Jim Clark, Ray Mugler, Don La Framboise, Ted Fuchs, Carl Mericle, Sorin Stoldt, Dennis Haas, Dave Woolford ROW 3— Lafayette Wilham, Charles Wells, Don Shafer, Woodrow McCreary, Howard Harris, Bill Marohn, Pete Kakela, Jim Gebhart, Richard Evick, Don Hill 51 SapJtxi HO ed ROW 1— Virginia Geronimo, Carolyn Himes, Bloise Rodriguez, Arbara Carey, Judy Day, Nancy Kordell, Sharon Wenger, Barbara Lee, Ruth Watkins ROW 2-JoAnna Spaulding, Sue Peters, Carol Micham, Vicki Prosser, Marilyn Campbell, Ida Gill, Jessie Jones, Judy Collins, Judy Reitz, Jerry Taylor ROW 3— Noni Walters, Pauline Jensen, Joyce Meyers, Janice Toney, Jess Keller, Patricia Wallace, Patty Pels, Carol Bay, Darilee Cooper, Patricia Lange ROW 1-Rolland Stevens, William Madden, Dick Hartman, John Luscombe, Jack Maples, Daniel Kulczak, Bill Trimmer, Jerry Wielinski, Steve Paluck, Clifford Matz ROW 2-Edwin Wielinski, John Harrison, John Austrew, Don Lydey, John McClure, Tom Olah, Joe Tala- mantez, Tom Hauman, Daniel Perry, Jim Murdock ROW 3-Dave Kerschner, Bob Hochmuth, Jack Robinson, Lee Katz, Don Bope, Ed Borton, Dean Smith, Tom Merritt, George Mummert, Edward Schoch, Jack Fellhauer 52 So4iho4njOAje6 ROW 1-Jann Kleis, Mary Ann Keim, Donna Posadny, Dorothy Hill, Carol Hessman, Lenett Poitros, Betty Reynolds, Sue Vogelpohl, Rosemary Parker, Mary Houser ROW 2— Rosalie Petrulak, Diana LaForge, Nancy Weaver, Joan Wadsworth, Mary Lou Gillmore, Jane Schlicher, Natalie Hill, Mary Loos, Charlotte Salazar, Bonnie West, Stella Casburne ROW 3-Patricia Harris, Shirley Rail, Ruth Gerding, Margie Marson, Georlene Adkins, Carole Boswell, Kay Robinson, Judy Shovar, Joyce Thompson, Joan Weigel, Sharon Cousino ROW 1— Luthie Tate, Tony Olvera, Tino Mendoza, David Redfax, Jim Goeckerman, James Nickelsen, Dave Witmer, Bill Nelson, Arthur Gray, Mitchell Hills ROW 2-Billy Logon, Jerry Speelman, Keith Raitz, Mike McClure, Jim Dauer, Dick Wagner, Tom Fellows, Ken Barnaby, Stanley Schurtz, Sam Hallick ROW 3-Lyle Woolley, Frank Calipetro, John Motzinger, Ronald Bowe, J. Alan Aufderheide, John Mathews, John Partin, Charles Holtfreter, Kenny Mason, James Douglas, Gene Hendon 53 SoftMO-mo ied ROW 1— Marlene Betts, Judy Hauser, Mary Huckleby, Julia Price, Dorothy Simmons, Sharon Timpe, Joanne Henry, Beverly Stevenson, Joyce Taylor ROW 2— Marietta Young, Judy Irons, Judy Culbertson, Virginia Lather, Barbara Honey, Nancy Bernritter, Daria Sleighton, Janice Green, Evelyn Henton, Judy Mimmick ROW 3— Sue Schmidt, Sandra Jimison, June Drudzinski, Judy Wintersteen, Bonnie Lamb, Edith Palmer, Patricio Strange, Suzanne Jokab, Joyce Ball, Jettie Brown ROW 1-Richard Leal, Eugene Stubbs, Dave Antolini, James Rill, John Thorpe, Sterling Frizzell, James Shelton, Richard Dangler, Dick Fulton, Tom DiSalle ROW 2 — Bob RetzlufF, Doug Laugerman, James Krueger, McKinley Williams, Frank Ball, Ronnie Krerowicz, William Elfering, Bill Holley, Larry Mueller, David Sitzenstock ROW 3-Leon Russell, Roger Cox, Bill Dukes, Joe Szlamer, Larry Bartels, Richard Rhonehouse, James Batema, Joel Sondys, Dale Adams, Jack Stein, Dwight Griffin 54 So4xUo4fUi. ie ROW 1— Barbara Teslak, Ivona Montrie, Judy White, Martha Stone, Jeannie Warejko, Linda Gearhart, Sharon Miley, Jane Schwan, Marilyn Sliwinski ROW 2— Vonnie Gurgin, Shirley Sheets, Darlene Beaupry, Maryann Nietz, Florence Sandford, Patricia Wood, Nancy Yunker, Phyllis Strzelecki, Maureen Moersch, Pat Harrison ROW 3 — Bonnie Morse, Pat Dankert, Joanne Van Steenburgh, Jeannie Meyer, Harriet McColough, Sandy Jones, Sharon Manz, Faith Sours, JaeAnn Lacy, LuAnn O ' Brien Note the industrious attitude of students in Sophmore Study Hall! Mr. Klein really keeps the sophomores in line! 55 So4ilumiJO ieA. ROW 1— Bernadine Henry, Irene Kamza, Velia Castro, Jean Hueston, Annie Lutchey, Kathryn Warren, Lena Norton, Mary Halley, Daisy Crosby, Dorothy Vlirzewski, Marie Gaynor ROW 2— Joyce Kamza, Meriam Grant, Nancy Hulbert, Carol Hulbert, Rosanne Harrison, Judi Swartz, Cynthia Harris, Ruth Thompson, Donna Cash, Karen Weirich, Carol Warnecke ROW 3— Marie Hoile, Rita Piasecki, Virginia Gam, Katie Moore, Brenda Cunningham, Joanne Harris, Melva Juy, Delores Morgan, Irene White, Shirley V illiams, Sadie Fleming ROW 1— Harvey Browning, Jim Harris, Paul Person, George Wise, Richard Draheim, Lawrence Witt, Charles Sleet, Philip Layne, Larry LaBeau, Paul Gerland ROW 2— Tom Smith, Duane Fink, Dick Kandik, Larry Merkel, Bernard Gokey, Ross Mize, Larry Hardy, John Riley, Gary Eaton, Don Perry ROW 3— Mourie Reardon, Buzzy Jameson, Jerry Taylor, Mike Moeller, James Perry, Billy Goings, Thomas Williams, Jerry Moore, Dave Potter, Jim Burgess, Joe Grant 56 So42Ua4fUi e4 ROW 1— Joyce Fletcher, Bonnie Fryman, Sharon Nagle, Sue Fournier, Patricio Purcell, Juonita Craig, Elaine Houston, Gitta Hahne, Mary Kreps ROW 2— Ernestine Brown, Mary Moore, Nancy Missler, Carol McMorgan, Carol McCarthy, Luanne Hel- mon, Shirley Kisseberth, Sharon Schoettley, Barbara Peterson, Karen Lemke ROW 3— Mary Hodges, Dolores Eck, Bernice Hoffman, Bonnie Bartlett, Joann Graham, Ermo Culliver, Judy Frayer, Mary Mathews, Emma Moore, Sue Gartz ROW 1— Robert DIugosielski, James Palmer, Don Scott, Robert Maidlow, Terry Dorr, Michael Baranek, David Barnes, David Burgin, Willis Coleman, Frank Jeffries ROW 2— Richard Billups, Willie Kynard, Rick Josin, Burton Cousino, Ray Edwards, Eugene Patterson, Claude Banks, John McDougel, Warren Lawson, Arthur Bagley, Heiman Hodnett ROW 3— Ronald Puszczewicz, John Bartell, Jim Shugar, Bill Gorbe, David Jenssen, David Suzor, Arnold Jackson, Willie Banks, Adrian Williams, Andy Benson 57 Sofduo-mjo ieA ROW 1— Beatrice Gralak, Barbara Bedra, Joan Johnson, Miriam Williams, Rita Hill, Susie Settles, Sandra Schroeder, Rose Marie Thompson, Carol Beringer, Shirley Smith, Katharine Bacon ROW 2-Audrey Pearson, Elester Langston, Cornelia Rice, Barbara Carey, Sharon Adams, Sue Dashner, Sandra Gibson, Sandra Graham, Sandra Senkel, Versie Hayward, Shirley Daniels ROW 3-Judy Knapp, Carol Matzinger, Judy Eisenmann, Carol Probert, Mary Kay Hoffman, Margie Yutzy, Judy Gallagher, Marilyn Senff, Susan Van Tassel, Barbara Lundy, Martha Vance ROW 1-Jim Beilharz, Robert Wyatt, Paul Strabley, Jim Ammon, Lee Mayer, Jim Andros, Bob Myers, Fred Smith, Jim Driano, Bill Knack ROW 2-Larry Chapman, Dennie Rodriguez, Godfrey Rodriguez, Charles Hall, Robert Palm, Leo Rymers, Dennis Kohn, Joe Higgins, Ceaser Walker, Bob Porter ROW 3-Reed Kuppe, Manfred Alback, Jim Busick, Kenneth Paszko, Melvin Dotson, Jon Willinger, Ed- ward Soriano, Henry Pauly, Richard Leary, Jim Batch, John Terrell 58 SofiUamjOAed Time out for lunch! The big question is who wil be first at the snack counter. The short tinne between classes still leaves a moment for friendly conversation at lockers. ROW 1-Alan Vinson, Frederick Haas, Ray Wyatt, Charles Abernathy, Gary Turner, Gene Meek, Ray Gall, Richard Lowe, Gary Sprague, Adrian Vinson ROW 2-David Neiman, Dale Smith, John Kurtz, James McNeal, George Krueger, Felton Jackson, John Hull, Bill Dietsch, Dan Smith, Richard Lewis ROW 3-Bill Kellar, Ira Peery, David Vines, Jerry Perry, Rudolphus Simpson, Richard Witcher, Clemitee Casey, Noel Powers, Jerry Walterreit, Robert Schroder 59 nj iU men Freshman Student Council representatives: Tom Waterman and Sue Case. Top freshmen magazine salesmen: Left to right, Bob Robinson, Peggy Liester, Janice Dukes, and Winnie Atkinson. ROW 1— Thomas Byersmith, Lemoyne Griffin, Bob Knight, Steve Roberts, Charles Atkins, Raymond Parker, Nicholas Pund, Daryl Frey, Charles Harris, Adrian Veler ROW 2 — Robert Harris, Darrell Hansen, David Roberts, Ernie Hitte, John Davis, Harold Macklin, Dennis Cole, Bob Hersch, Mike Crum, Raymond Bait ROW 3— Willard Flegle, Paul Boyd, Larry Ganon, Bill Foster, Lelond Englehardt, James Mims, Wesley Wolfe, Jeffrey Kime, Art Barrie, Jerry Davis ROW 1— Daisy Rambus, Shirley Hirauye, Beverly Miller, Clida Price, Mary Watkins, Marilyn Krueger, Carol GifTin, Jean Hemple, Patty Wells, Sharon Helman ROW 2 — Beverly Zaino, Helen Fleming, Judy Moore, Mary Clark, Carol Gipe, Gloria Mitchell, Sharon Osterud, Judie Gordon, Corrine Hubbell, Dolores Rickard ROW 3 — Frances Heller, Sandy Young, Janice Pimienta, Jane Knepper, Margaret Rolle, Nancy Mueller, Barbara Zaino, Elnoro Johnson, Sharon McCreary, Delores Russell ROW 1— Marvin Kutzke, Johnie Brown, Donald Coger, Ray Perkins, Bill Sisco, Roger Anderson, Lutz Hahne, Crus Gomes, Delbert Rymers ROW 2 — Ronald Henck, Dove Schultz, Coty Hurst, Don Schneider, Malcolm Smith, Don Althaus, George Ebeling, Vol Johnson, Terry Maurer, John Kramp ROW 3— Jack Bolduan, Robert Hightov er, Harlan Kirkendall, Paul Rieker, Jerry Heller, Dale Hosking, Glenn Bigley, Bill Whetton, Frederick Swihart, Larence Fuller 60 ■ . ■ -, u -x— ■ p ' l ' ' j 4- A .. . r- ' 5(fll|te»«Si » r- ' o f le A He4 ROW 1— Brenda Barnett, Wanda Lewis, Ann Furry, Sharon Hoffman, Lynn Marvin, Sandra Warren, Ar- della Travis, Judy Crunkilton, Nancy Wood, Sandra Bumpers ROW 2--Paula Cossins, Barbara Rupley, Jackie Starner, Kay Achor, Charron Kelsey, Susan Miller, Norma Leeberson, Elizabeth Himes, Judith Paluck, Dorothy Bernritter ROW 3-Kathlene Frank, Sandra Hubbard, Virginia Fanaff, Pat Snell, Phyllis Brooks, Judy Melle, Nancy Gibson, Judy Nagy, Sandra Barnes, Sharon Rahm ROW 1 -Eddie Shepler, David Shepler, Bill Marquis, Tom Roberts, Donald JafFke, Don Falkenberg, Bill Ott, Tom Bettridge, Tom Fuller, Harold McKee ROW 2-Bob Robinson, Jim Lenahan, Charles Popovich, Gordon Simmons, Frank Williams, Matheno Bey, Louis Weston, Bob Kime, Henry Cooper ROW 3-David Kasten, Bob Schroeder, Dannie Washington, Ralph Ward, Isaac King, Thomas Embry, David Franks, George Meschke, Guster White, Bob Selb ROW 1— Marie Garcia, Margaret Garcia, Diana Castro, Minnie Mendoza, Margie Workman, Aracelin Puente, Olga Losoya, Janet Posadny, Diane Betts ROW 2-Christine Nojero, Ruth Keim, Irmo Canter, Patty Barker, Jean Kahn, Elaine Garczynski, Marcia Sroczynski, Marcia Radke, Diane Swank, Barbara Guzioiek ROW 3 — Helen Tederson, Gloria Leary, Joyce Rice, Sharon Emch, Arlene Miller, Patty Graham, Audrey RatlifF, Barbara Zibbel, Barbara Lindenmuth, Barbora Jaynes ROW 1 -Ronnie Morton, Charles Luenry, Phil dinger, Roger Burnett, Craig Thompson, Lester Hess, Jim Pitchford, Mark Hill, Norman Nichoson ROW 2-Peter Smith, John Clapp, Jim White, Donald Meyers, Henry Panning, Allan Higgins, James Irons, William Olmstead, Dave Berndt, Marvin Wiler ROW 3-Bill Thornton, Alfred Barner, Horry Madden, Nat Savage, Kenneth Currie, Bruce Tarsek, LeRoy Anderson, Lee Grover, Lloyd Cart, Alvin Olszewski, Herbert Hart 63 n elk 4nen ROW 1— Cynthia Palmer, Dorothy Carlton, Sharon Easley, Beverly Billups, Janice Schlegel, Katherine Waganfeald, Barbara Walter, Joyce Kent, Ethyle Lineberger, Mary Ann Weideman ROW 2— Carol Krieger, Judy Durliat, Rosemary Chadwick, Earlene Williams, Elizabeth Pearson, Dorothy Davis, Janice Graham, Sue Rotert, JoAnn Crosby, Dorothy Garner ROW 3— Mary Holdsworth, Carol Mills, Sharon Henman, Patricia Supica, Sandra Lutner, Minnie Peters, Peggy Williams, Sharon Favro, Sue Weissenberger, Aileen Williams There ' s fun along with the profit at the Sta- Potty Wells, Delores Rickard, Judy Schumacher, tioner ' s Desk as Bill Stine and Jim Rogers fill Carol Carpenter, and Judy Harris of the business the orders of Terry Keller, Ron Lingel, and Bill classes learned about the many services of the Morris. Toledo Trust Company from the illustrated talk presented by bank representative, Mr. J. Walter Hermann. ROW 1— Darlene Hennessy, Pat Witkov ski, Carol Mag, Beatrice Davis, Maxine Rambo, Nina Brown, Dorothy Dawson, Judith Opperman, Hazel Gill, Josephine Flores ROW 2— Marcia Lothery, Dolores Walker, Loutta Taylor, Kathryn Nunn, Sharon Cole, Joy Denny, Winnie Atkinson, Sandy Staunton, Ruth Pierson, Mary Ann DeStazio ROW 3— Leona Bacon, Veronica Ballard, Lucille Belcher, Elaine Ebright, Shirley Grindle, Ludie Turner, Sharon Redden, Monica Rother, Florence Kosier, Dessie Schroder ROW 1— Gerry Shuman, Bob Reynolds, Robert Turpi niny. Ken Peneff, Harry Richards, Norbert Piluczynski, John Ritzman, Frank Sandys, Gordon Fuzius ROW 2— Tom Ireland, Square Williams, Terry Williams, Richard Willmarth, George Taber, Ron Dooley, Joe Riopelle, Joe Craley, A. D. Royford, Harry Vick ROW 3— Larry Tracht, Dennis Minnick, Stanley Bojanowski, Robert Allison, Tom Reichert, Gary Tarose- wicz, Tom Noyes, Elwood Rayford, Frank Stills, Tim Hamilton 64 isaA ifte4 ROW 1-Sue Donovan, Joanne Thorn, Janice Waler, Sonia Hershey Carol dolyn Robinson, Sarah McClellan, Jennie DeCesarl, Norma Moll Wechtel, Lillie Davis, Gwen- ROW 2-Sue Morey, Sandie VanDrew, Margaret Hunt, Sue Shea, Karen Gehm, Phyllis Finks, Barbara Heshley, Judy Harris, Jane McLaren, Joyce Wilcox ROW 3-Jean Mann, Ann Haase, Beverly Miller, Patricia McGee, Norma Ebright, Janet Kyer, Barbara Beatty, Miriam Vetter, Dorothy Warejko, Nancy Tucholski ROW 1-Gary Faber, Pat Kelley, Philip Webster, Tommy Ringel, Alvin Henry, James Anderson, James Dixon, Harrison Files, John Sturdivant, Dick Neer ROW 2-John Edwards, Larry Youngs, Paul Wilson, Del Bristol, Robert Sanders, Melvin Emby, Jim Ben- zinger, Allen Daniels, Eddie Hehl ROW 3-Charles Rust, Glen Cerrantez, Joseph Marp, John Eakin, Timothy Kennelly, Rick Brov.n, Ron Esmond, Roy Gilligan, Richard Moreland, Jack Westrup Weary boosters give up vain attempts to catch naps on the way home from the Springfield football game. How different we looked as we were beginning the Springfield trip-all anticipation! ROW 1 -George Kelley, Gary Bowles, Terry Sevrence, Lindsay Johnson, Frank Kronfield, Tommy Robinson, John Durfee, Roy Constible, Felton Washington ROW 2-Warren Capers, Paul Stubblefield, Fred Scarbrough, Arthur Harbaugh, John Horrer, William Riley, Eddie McFarland, Ted Kamjes, George Keller, Jerry Cunning ROW 3-Glenn Smith, Henry Ensley, Tyrone Adams, Richard Sanders, Leo Bannister, Milton Broswell, Lester Brown, Gary Deal, Richard Tockhouse, David Kemmerley 67 4? 4e fn en ROW 1— Judith Newman, Sharon Stange, Consuelo Lumbrras, Sandra Patrick, Barbara Davidson, JoAnna Long, Madeline Barnes, Judy Schellhase, Judy Thompson, JoAnne Cupilary ROW 2— Barbara Eckman, Sharon Stahl, Janice Dukes, Evone Hodnett, Carol Carpenter, Dolores Franco, Janet Keil, Sandra McNutt, Virginia Crapsey, Sharon Lee ROW 3— Suzanne Wibberley, Conni Gunn, Joyce Jarzynski, Beretha James, Margaret Watson, Shirley Clapp, Sheri Gardner, Karen Cordrey, Ruth Jones, Pauline Stewart, Annie Logan ROW 1— David Kine, Robert Prue, Don Eyrse, Louis Pattin, Orlie Boggs, Ted Ronfeldt, Robert Freeman, Larry Williams, Leroy Cramer ROW 2— Carl Testerman, Lynn Schultz, Richard Mauria, Marion Orange, John Hurst, Garry Lingel, Bob R ieck, Terry Dorr, Lloyd Williams, Patrick Young ROW 3— Marvin Lamp, Don Morris, Charles Knierim, Jim McConville, Frederick Mclntyre, Jim Heller, Robert Nadolny, Steve Peterson, Bill Cunningham, Jim D ' Amato ROW 1— Patty Eldridge, Janice Ulery, Ruthi Below, Carole Kirk, Linda Schmitt, Janet Berry, Sandra Kelting, Gesine Fischer, Connie Wood, Patti Pasch ROW 2— Jackie Adrian, Paula Coop, Judy Kinkaid, Maxine Dashner, Judi Telb, Janet Pasch, Judy Watts, Connie Minnick, Carol Erwin, Lynne Smith ROW 3— Cynthia Warren, Brenda Petres, Sharon McDonald, Joan Westgate, Daria Hull, Janet Potter, Susan Case, Martha Anderson, Margie Rimbey, Barbara Tate, Pat Delker ROW 1— Bob Heinemann, Louis McCorvey, Bobby McCorry, Gilbert Fair, Joe Easterly, James Sutton, Frank- lin Gwinn, Richard Goggans, Andrew Kandik ROW 2 — Kenneth Collins, Roger DuFFey, Jim Duty, Raymond Russell, Larry Lindhurst, Ronald Murdock, Gerald Madyzlcowski, Bill McDermott, Larry Sherman, Ray DeChristopher ROW 3— Jim Mather, Gary Olson, Jerry Hockett, Joe Kinower, William Lewis, Gary Metz, Barton Schell, R. Thomas Cook, Alex Dedes, John Sullivan 68 a o ( ( ' i4mk ? « : f a « f fS W ' f? a O A fl i lk ift n ROW 1 -Katie Gwin, Teresa Sleighton, Barbara Gillen, Barbara Young, Connie Moore, Luella McCurdy, Judy Schumacker, Ann Terrill, Mary Orner, Joann Barth ROW 2— Gretchen Schultz, Susan Hubbard, Sara Hamlin, Shirley Smith, Darlene Fike, Sue Schroder, Chris- tine Moore, Betty Kynard, Wandell Horton, Maude Banks ROW 3 — Peggy Leister, Joyce Long, Shirley Neeley, Carol Peters, Marilyn Mead, Delores Kahl, Barbara Brooks, Karlene Stickley, Carol Katz, Brenda Bolander ROW 1— Tom Waterman, Fred Grators, Bill Ammann, Melvin Loltrane, Jerry Beeching, Bob Borders, Steve Palms, Jerry Johnson, Jim Gwin, Virgil Beck ROW 2— Edward McNeal, Michael Lothery, Douglas Levory, Samuel Smith, James Darrington, Roy Gonia, Bernie SchJfFer, Fred Rogge, Charles Jeffery ROW 3— Donald Spurlock, Larry Friend, James Goachee, Bruce Ewen, Dave Zeno, Tom Holewinski, Tom Pope, Ted Graves, Norris Coulean, Joel Enright ROW 1— Mary Wilson, Shelby Langenderfer, Jane Lukert, Barbara Babcock, Ruth Kime, Sharon Braun, Wanda Meals, Joyce Hill, Betty Jo Hill ROW 2 — Diane Hoist, Marilyn Speegle, Leola Johnson, Jessie Wigfall, Jane Palms, Kay Fahringer, Mary Taylor, Barbara Bethuy, Sandra Dowling, JoAnn Goachee ROW 3— Nancy Nyle, Jill Vogel, Bonnie Upton, Melanie Graham, Judy Popp, Judy Miller, Peggy Hess, Ellen May, Diane Bigelow, Sandra Saba After the game, the basketball court in the new Libbey Field House became a spacious dance floor. 71 c- s y SBK k.:H;« f P %»• ■ ' 1 1 i ' i 1 1 - " 7 ' - 5 t. ' 3 m ff 4i ♦ ■ , [fti B - N m £. 4 ufUftcun ie National Honor Publications Student Council Literary Societies Study Clubs Sadie eMcuuJzi vi 2ia tce m i M National Honor Society officers: Left to right. Bill Dimke, proj- ect chairman; James Earl, treasurer; Laurel Schroder, social chairman; LaVern Poucher, scholarship chairman; Shirley Folk, vice president; Carol Mead, secretary; and Harold Wagner, president. " Devil ' s Lake, here we come! " was the cry of the National Honor Society members as they started from school for a day of fun in October. Next came the Scholarship Coke Party at the Mead ' s and the post-induction party for the new members in March. A picnic in May ended the social program for the year. To fulfill its purpose of promoting scholar- ship, the National Honor sponsored a variety of activities. A scholarship program for freshmen and sophomores inspired many underclassmen J atl04tal cMo4 jQ ROW 1— Mary Lynn Spaulding, Mary Jo Bacon, Sharon Shipman, La Verne Poucher, Brenda Boughton, Laurel Schroder, Karen Clark ROW 2— Barton Welsh, Sandra Luhring, Pati Penn, Miss Gilbert, Nancy Czolgosz, Carol Mead, Shirley Falk, Carol Van Karsen ROW 3— Richard Dennis, Harold Wagner, Tom Smith, Darst Grund, Bill Dimke, Jim Rogers, Jim Earl, Russ Dejaiffe ROW 1— Pat Sullivan, Delia Carmony, Carol Cochran, Marilyn Graybill, Linda Green, Judy Niehous, Sandra Neill, Charles Doneghy, Jean Mc- Namee, Kathleen Reece, Marilyn Hamlin ROW 2 — Sally Kuebbeler, Ann Slater, Erma Lee Simmons, Carole Shipman, Judy Hess, Miss Gilbert, Anita Bourquin, Nancy Ellinger, Louise Krueger, Carol Myers, Barb Bogart, Marilyn Matzinger ROW 3 — Merle Gunn, Beverly Blankenship, Terry MacDonald, Jim Leu, Tom Case, John Nyquist, Bob Fearnside, Ruth Wassmund, Zinneb Kllell, Vyvyan Hurst 74 to strive for higher grades and inclusion in the Honor Group, which is composed of the top three per cent of the freshman class and the top four per cent of the sophomore class. A talent show in December and a Brain-Testing Quiz Show in April were club projects to raise money for scholarships. The Libbey quiz show followed a similar program held at Waite earlier in the year and increased friendship between the two schools. Planning National Honor activities were Miss Jean Gilbert, adviser; Harold Wagner, president; Shirley Folk, vice president; Carol Mead, secre- tary; and James Earl, treasurer. Twenty-six jun- iors and fjfty-seven seniors who qualified in the areas of scholarship, leadership, character, and service formed the membership of the group which is pledged ever to hold erect the flaming light of truth, to lead that others may follow in the light, to keep burning in our school a high ambition, to approach the highest ideals of life and to recognize its greatest values, and to serve loyally, faithfully, and unselfishly. NcUloHcU cMoHon, ROW 1— Marilyn Moyer, Joyce Osterud, Valerie Loos, Judy Jackson, Sharon Jones, Lillian Earl, Barbara Dorn, Barbara Long ROW 2— JoAnn dinger, Judy Korb, Marilyn Liebius, Joyce Rehms, Miss Gilbert, Ernest Hartman, Joseph Duty, Jerry Booher, Janice Garner ROW 3— Ronald Riopelle, William DeSana, Dick Heaton, Ron Reinhart, Dick Heinz, Bill Stine, Mike Cordner, Bob Fox, Stan Burden HONOR GROUP: ROW 1— Norma Moll, Ricky Beopry, Mary Taylor, Barbara Hesley, Carol Gipe, Sandra Leitner, Kay Fahringer, Carol Katz, Sandy Van Drew, Sara Hamlin, Lillie Davis ROW 2— Tom Bettridge, Billy Ott, Gilbert Fair, Ray De Christopher, Donald Althaus, Joyce Long, Peggy Hess, Barbara Jaynes, Bill Sisco, Fred Gratop ROW 3— Beverly Stevenson, Gitta Hahne, Jane Schlicher, Bob Schroeder, David Franks, Ted Graves, Le Roy Anderson, Sue Gartz, Johnnie John- son, Mary Lou Kreps, Barbara Walters ROW 4— Jo Anna Spaulding, Barbara Myers, Judy Knapp, LuAnn O ' Brien, Ruth Ann Dreyer, Don Smith, Dave Jensen, Kay Robinson, Sue Van Tassel, Carol Probert, Judy Eisenmonn, Maryanne Neitz, Donna Posadny 75 " Work, work, work! Hurry, hurry, hurry! " the editors constantly remonstrated. As each dead- line flew by in all-too-rapid succession, we found ourselves doing work in March which should have been done in January. First, there was the rush to plan layout and copy, to get pictures scheduled and rescheduled, to sell books; then as section deadlines drew near, there was the mad search for missing pictures and more pa- trons. Finally, all was well— Edelian Day! Mr. Burgan Pugh, the Edelian photographer, develops the aer- ial view of Libbey. Cdelli lan ROW 1— Mary Lynn Spaulding, Judy Niehous, Carol Van Karsen, Sally Kuebbeler, Marcia Nehring, Linda Green, Barbara Bogart, Sally Taylor ROW 2— Marilyn Motzinger, Zinneb Kilell, Sandra Luhring, Patty Pels, Mrs. Roberts, adviser; Shirley Folk, Carol Mead, Laurel Schroder ROW 3— Ronald Lingel, Tom A. Smith, Mr. Rusie, adviser; Tom Case, Mr. Martin, Business Director; Hal Wagner, Terry MacDonald, Bill Morris 76 At Libbey everyone reads the Crystal. Al- ways the staff is mindful that the paper has to be top quality to sell. And it is! An excellent feature of the paper this year was its direct contact with students through the " Inquiring Re- porter. " To keep abreast of matters journalistic, editors and advisers attended publication con- ferences in Athens, Columbus, and Bowling Green. Mrs. Jo Ann Pierce served as adviser first semester; Miss Kay Quealy, second semester. Our congratulations to advisers and staff on a job well-done. Left to right, Karen Clark, co-managing editor; Ron Reinhart, page editor; Nancy Czoigosz, co-managing editor; Skip John- son, reporter. C iiMM ROW 1— Karen Clark, Eleanor V allbank, Judy Roush, Gwenn Eichelberger, Pati Penn, Pat Poole, JoAnn dinger, Mary Jo Bacon, Shirley Openshaw ROW 2— C. Henry Johnson, Nancy Czoigosz, Dennis Walterreit, Bill Bettridge, Miss Quealy, Ronald Pilcher, Dick Heinz, J im Davis, Ron Reinhart, Sharon Jones 77 Left to right, seated, Judy Niehous, Shirley Folk, Elaine Ramseur, Chuck Chrisman, vice president; Pete Kakela, Judy Eisenmann, Tom Waterman, Sue Case, Bill Stine, Marilyn Moyer, secretary-treasurer; Miss Henderson, Tom Smith, president. Standing, Mr. Rusie, Miss Honey, Bob Fearnside, sergeant-at-arms. Studedii Cou4ixUl The purpose of the Student Council is service to Libbey through the promotion of good citizen- ship annong the students. To serve Libbey, coun- cil conducted the Magazine Drive, the Clean-up Campaign, the Thanksgiving Day Queen Cam- paign and Election, the Good Sportsmanship Contest during both the football and the basket- ball seasons, and the Eighth-Grade Visitation. In furtherance of good citizenship. Student Council supervised the election of home room representatives to council. These representatives helped inform the student body of the many functions of Student Council and also brought " Beat the Clock! " 78 ROW 1— Patti Pasch, Barbara Walters, Jackie Adrian, Gloria Leary, Gwenn Eichelberger, Brenda Petres, Pat Purcell, Gitta Hahne, Janet Berry, Harvey Browning ROW 2— Ted Ronfeldt, Donna Fisher, Jean Mann, Audru Fleck, Anita Bourquin, Miss Henderson, adviser; James Darrington, Allan Wolf, Dick Fulton, Merle Gunn ROW 3-Fred Collllns, Don Heffner, Jack Maples, Pat Lockett, Henry Pauly, Jerry Mix, John Nyquist, Lorry Tubbs, Joel Enright, George Stanley ROW 1— Connie Moore, Judy Durliot, Shirley Daniels, Steve Roberts, Jonell Moeder, Ann Grunst, Jane Schlicher, Joan Johnson, Dorothy Kotschke ROW 2— Judy Connors, Donna Moore, Kay Fahringer, Nancy Lindhurst, Miss Honey, adviser; Marilyn Mead, Jim irons, Myron Bohnert, Melanie Graham, Judy Harris ROW 3— Alan Fanoff, Lee Katz, Lee Grover, David Burzynski, Eddie Russell, Bill Marohn, Bob Fox, Jon Potton, Don Thomas, Phil Walbolt Jlo-ine (lo-o-in (lep. eie4 tcdiue the ideas of the student body directly to the attention of council. Social affairs sponsored by Student Council were the dances following the Central-Libbey football gome and the Magazine Drive, the Area Student Council Dance, and the annual spring roast. Audience and contestants alike en- joyed council ' s money-making " Beat the Clock " program with Bob Fearnside as master of ceremonies. Guiding council activities were Miss Grace Henderson and Principal Loy W. Rusie, advisers, and Miss Shirley Honey, assistant adviser. Miss Grace Henderson, Principal Loy W. Rusie, and Miss Shirley Honey confer on council matter. 79 f% ft mA.- n m r T ft ft C ft i N % ROW 1— Ann Luscombe, Judy Starner, Barbara Bruggeman, Judy Schnell, Barbara Bogart, Karen Clark ROW 2— Sally Bender, Shirley Falk, Mrs. Harriett Pheatt, adviser; Carol Van Karsen, Rosalind Cedoz, Marilyn Moyer ROW 3— Laurel Schroder, Deanna Hochstettler, Marilyn Leibius, Judy Jenks, Sarah Smith, Sharon Jones, Carol Mead ROW 1— Barbara Bedra, Donna Posadny, Mary Lou Gillmore, Jane Schlrcher, Julie Wetcher ROW 2— Sue Peters, Ruth Thompson, Sue Dashner, Mrs. Harriett Pheatt, adviser; Jane Putnam, Barbara Myers, Joan Wodsworth ROW 3— Susan Van Tassel, Mary Loos, Judy Knapp, Judy Gallagher, Judy Eisenmann, Carol DuBry, Sandra Graham Pe idean Jilte uiAu Sodetu The Peries have many memories of the past year pressed away with the flowers from the Tri-Lit Dance. All the girls came out full force to back their candidate for football queen, and they were amply rewarded when Shirley was crowned at the Cowboy Roundup. By sponsor- ing the Christmas service, they helped inaugu- rate the new plan of the clubs ' taking over holiday programs. " Secundus null!, " " Second to None, " traditional Peri motto, again belonged in the Periclean Memory Book. Peri officers: Left to right, Karen Clark, chaplain; Norma Raitz, corres. secy.; Carol Van Karsen, vice president; Shirley Folk, president; Carol Mead, rec. secy.; Laurel Schroder, censor; Sue Baumgartner, treasurer (not in illustration) 80 ROW 1-Judy Roush, Sue Vogelpohl, Linda Green, Linda Graybill, Judy Johnson, Marilyn Hamlin ROW 2-Jo Anna Spaulding, JoAnn dinger, Pat Donkert, Miss Mary Kirk, adviser; Judy Harris, Maryann Neitz, Judy Niehous ROW 3-Brenda Boughton, Valerie Loos, Janica Toney, Ruth Dreyer, Jess Keller, Marilyn Miller, Alice Cremean, Bonnie Bartlett ROW 1 -Karen Walker, Dorlene Bickelhaupt, Chorlotte Bowes, Maureen Moersch, Barbaro Kravetsky, Eleanor Wollbank ROW 2-Marilyn Matzinger, Judy Dunbar, Elaine Carter, Miss Mary Kirk, Ann Slater, Sharon Schrocder, Margie Matecki ROW 3-Shirley Openshaw, Zinneb Kilell, Mary Eberlin, Ruth Wassmund, Marilyn Senff, Jackie Endsley, Beverly Falkenberg, Sue Gartz Phil officers: Left to right, seated, Mary Eberlin, corres. secy.; Brenda Boughton, senior censor; Marilyn Matzinger, treas.; Linda Green, chaplain; Ann Slater, rec. secy.; Ruth Wassmund, V. pres. Standing; Marilyn Hamlin, sgt.-at arms; Judy Niehous, pres.; Judy Roush, junior censor. P kdaUtkeoi Jdlte uinAf. Bacletif " Whom are you asking? " was heard around Libbey halls for weeks before the Phil Sadie Hawkins ' Dance. The clever decorations and the pretty girls made the fellows glad they were invited. The Phil Pep Rally for the Waite Game, the annual Christmas party, the Mother and Daughter Tea in March, and the annual banquet in May were other affairs heartily supported by the Philoletheans. Topics for the monthly literary meetings were " Seniors Look to the Future " and " Customs of Foreign Countries. " 81 Zet officers: Left to right, Jodey Smith, historian; Louise Krueger, chaplain; Kathleen Reece, rec. secy.; Rati Penn, v. pres.; Sandra Luhring, sgt.-at-arms; Carol Cochran, pres.; Sharon Shipman, corres. secy.; Shirley Williams, treas.; Judy Korb, censor. " See you at the Kupid Kapers! " was the watchword before the basketball dance spon- sored by the Zets. Zets also were in charge of the Central Mass Meeting and planned an April tea for Zet mothers and a May banquet. Living up to their motto, " Nihil sine labore, " " Nothing without work, " all Zets participated in the lit- erary meetings on the topic " Famous Men and Women. " Other projects of the busy year were the preparation of a Christmas basket and money-making fudge sales. eialetAeoft Jiiten Sooletu ROW 1— Kathleen Reece, Jean McNamee, Merle Gunn, Carol Cochran ROW 2— Barbara Long, Sharon Shipman, Mrs. Eleanore Dzlalok, acJviser; Shirley Williams, Pat Sullivan ROW 3— Carol Meyers, Jodey Smith, Shirley Hepner, Rati Penn, Judy Korb, Judy Hess, Louise Krueger, Sandra Luhring ROW 1 — Marie Gay nor, Mary Lou Kreps, Mary House r, Layne Curtis, Bonnie Thaclcer, Judy E. Johnson ROW 2— Shirley Voyles, Elaine Leon, Donna Fisher, Mrs. Eleanore Dzialok, adviser; Bonnie Borchardt, Sally Taylor, Elaine Ramseur ROW 3— Sandra Jimison, Nancy Kornath, Linda Greenwolt, Judie Ecker, Judy Jackson, Joyce Osterud, Rosanne Harrison, Charlene Scheil bara M. Long Bar A 82 Mrs. Pheatt pours at the Peri tea. Mrs. Shipman speaks for the mothers at the F.B.L.A. tea. Sharon looks on as Kathy, Jean, and Barbara " pin " their mothers. The Zets model the new Paris imports. Watch that cup, Carol! Mrs. Niehous end Mrs. Rusie preside at the Phil tea table. " This is Your Life, " Mrs. Flatz. The Peri tea committee looks over the decorations. 83 a iu n Each year the Forum strives to fulfill its purpose of benefiting Libbey by promoting citizenship, leadership, and service. This year Forum sponsored a Thanksgiving program with Reverend Cordner as speaker. It also gave a Christmas basket to a needy family. " Buy your football badge now! " resounded through halls and classrooms as Forum members determined- ly pursued their money-making project of the year. On the social calendar were the annual roast and the May banquet. Forum officers: Left to right. Bill Hoffmon, secretary; Ron Rein- hart, treasurer; Barton Welsh, president; Terry MacDonald, vice president; Bill Stine, sergeant-at-arms ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW 3 -Dennis Griffith, Gary MolleSt, Terry Shuman, R. A. Heaton, Jerry Hansen, Gerald Zedlitz, Myron Bohnert, Allan Wolf, Barton Welsh -Dennis Walterreit, David Wobser, William DeSona, Mr. William Wirick, adviser; Jim Bowles, Bill Hoffman, Terry MacDonald -Tom Johns, Jordan Waldman, Hubert Clifford, W. E. Frank, Herb Westfoll, J. N. Mix, Dick Heinz, Ronald Reinhart, Bill Betfridge -John Luscombe, Keith Roitz, Bob Meinardi, Henry Thompson, Jr., Allan Fanoff, Tom Robinson, Rodger Skilliter, Tom Williams, De -Dick Kandik, Dave Woolford, Don Hill, Mr. William Wirick, adviser; Jon Potton, Jack Robinson, Bob Hockmuth, Jim Bettridge, Ton -Dennis Kohn, Lawrence Roberts, Henry Pauly, Bob Fox, Michael McGee, Pete Kakela, Bill Marohn, Ed Borton, Stan Burden 84 " Tags for sale " was the energetic refrain of the Q.D. ' s before the DeVilbiss tournament basketball game. Another Q.D. work project was the donation of a Christmas basket to a needy family. Gay decorations and wonderful music marked the Q.D. dance following the Macomber basketball game as a memorable occasion for all who attended. Other enjoyable social affairs were the annual roost for mem- bers and their dates and the May banquet which honored the senior Q.D. ' s. Q.D. officers; Left to right, Don Bottles, chaplain; Henry WiU liams, treasurer; Bob Fearnside, vice president; Bob Sopher, sergeant-ot-arms; Jim Rogers, president; Jim Sowers, secretary. 2.uul CuHjd jba( fe i ROW 1-Bill Morris, Fred Collins, Ronald Coleman, John Fyock, Richard Waterman, Tom Tucker, David Smith, Skip Johnson, Jim Sower, Bob Sopher, Roy Stevens, John Shugar ROW 2 Dick Achor, Rodney Clevenger, Russell Dejalffe, Tom Hoffman, Jim Keil, Mr. George Miley, adviser; Henry Williams, Harold Wagner, Tom Smith, Darst Grund, Bob Batchmon ROW 3-B;II McClure, Barry Bunting, Jim Telb, Earl Schmakel, Bill Dimke, Dick McCaffrey, Don Bottles, Bob Fearnside, Denny DeViney, Jim Rogers, Tom Cose, John Nyquist ROW 1-Jim Harris, Terry Keller, Matt Kolb, Bill Nelson, Steve Paluck, John Harrison, Don Perry, Sam Hollick, Chuck Chrisman, Mike Thompson, Harvey Browning ROW 2-Larry Kern, Gary Eaton, John McClure, Larry Forderer, John Bartell, Mr. Geoge Miley, adviser; Larry Merkel, Bill Kistner, Don Wis- niewski. Bill Alder, Joe Higgins ROW 3-Jim Botch, Gary Mallory, J Alan Aufderheide, Dale Adams, Jim Shugar, Lee Katz, James Perry, Jim Davis, Richard Leary, Don Smith, Dean Smith Cj t f r% O as v.. o M ROW 1— Sue Collins, Mary Manz, Charlotte Bowes, Marilyn Groybill, Delia Carmony, Gwenn Eichelberger, Carol Cochran, Jean McNamee, Kathleen Reece ROW 2 — Judy Niehous, Dorothy Wittes, Alice Cremean, Joan Kennedy, Miss Allen, Norma Raitz, Vyvyan Hurst, Beverly Falkenberg, Zinneb Kllell ROW 3— Sue DeMars, Pat Betts, Teresa Killian, Sandra Neilt, Rhua Liska, Sandra Luhring, Rati Penn, Nancy Ellinger, Louise Krueger, Sharon Dus- seau, Darlene Bickelhaupt ROW 1 Marilyn Hamlin, Mary Lynn Spaulding, Shirley Williams, Carol Myers, Laurel Schroder, Barb Bogart, Linda Green, Janice Gee, Gloria Van Dame, Judy Johnson ROW 2— Sharon Shipman, Martha Ebright, Darlene Sites, Carol Mead, Miss Allen, Sally Bender, Janel! Maeder, Bonnie Meyer, Marilyn Matz- inger, Carol Boldt ROW 3— Janet Courtad, Carole Shipman, Judy Hess, Jackie Endsley, Nancy Czolgosz, Lynne Bourquin, Mary Eberlin, Mary Ellen Watts, Brenda Boughton, Carol Von Karsen, Shirlee Folk " Buy a mum! " urged the Senior Y-Teens prior to the Thanksgiving Doy Game. The vigor they displayed in this activity carried through the year. In line with their purpose of building a fellowship of girls devoted to the task of real- izing in common life those ideals of personal and social living to which Christians are com- mitted, the Y-Teens sponsored the Lenten serv- ices. They also arranged the football banquet at Bethel Lutheran Church and joined with other Y-Teen organizations for a meeting which fea- Se lo4 - eend tured an address by Mr. Sheldon Steinhouser on " Race Relations. " Another profitable venture was the sale of Christmas cards. On the Senior Y-Teens ' social calendar were the Mother and Daughter Potluck at the Central Y, the March Y-Teens ' splash party, and a May breakfast in the cafeteria. Sparking the 1956 program were Miss Ruth Allen, adviser; Carol Mead, president; Darlene Bickelhaupt, secretary-treasurer; and Sue Collins, chaplain. 86 1 r f% o 9 la " L.% ' .r . HK f ROW l-Marjorie Gockerman, Sandra Lasko, Nancy Garner, Colleen Blair, Lorene LaBeau, Judy Starner, Nancy Smith, Joyce Prentice, Judy Johnson ROW 2 Lillian Earl, Elaine Draheim, Nancy Mock, Margie Matecki, Miss Shirley Honey, Sharon Schroeder, Bonnie Osborne, Carol DuBry, Layne Curtis, Barbara Kravetsky ROW 3— Barbara M. Long, Barbara Mossman, Sherry Reed, Sharon Slicker, JoAnn Palenske, Barbara Saunders, Jo Ann Schmokel, Elaine Carter, Jodey Smith, Beverly Flint ROW 4— Donna Fisher, Shirley Dunning, Joyce Rehm, Barbara Hosking, Marilyn Leibius, Sarah Smith, Rhoda Delores Jackson, Rosemary Jones, Judie Ecker, Doris Kirian, Mary Ammons ROW 1-Karen Walker, Bonnie Thocker, Suzie Below, Eleanor Wallbank, Elaine Leon, Barb Bruggeman, Sally Taylor, Elaine Ramseur, Ann Lus- combe, Carol Meyers ROW 2-Diane Leal, Jo Ann dinger, Judy Harris, Marilyn Moyer, Miss Shirley Honey, Judy Schnell, Shirley Openshaw, Mary Alice Butler, Pat Sanderson, Judy Roush ROW 3-Elizabeth Kohring, Rosalind Cedoz, Linda Blonden, Doris Hoynes, Audrey Sturdevant, Mary Lee Williams, Marva Cooper, Judith Con- nors, Jackie Fuller ROW 4-Jean Dickerson, Naomi Lenz, Sue Krohn, Valerie Loos, Marilyn Miller, Judy Jenks, Deonna Hochstettler, Sharon Jones, Judy Korb, Marilou Eubank unlo l - ee " Have another sandwich! " was Miss Honey ' s invitation at the combination splash party and potluck which the Y-Teens enjoyed at the Y.W.C.A. in March. Inasmuch as uniting junior girls for social and service reasons is the aim of the Junior Y-Teens, the group engaged in a diversity of activities. Preparing nut cups for the Home for the Aged, gathering clothes for the needy in Korea, and collecting for the City of Hope were some of the service projects pro- moted by the club. Active participation in pro- grams sponsored by the Central Y placed the group in high standing locally. Considering the important topic of brotherhood in conjunction v ith the other Y-Teen groups developed an understanding of racial relations. Miss Shirley Honey served as adviser to the club. Officers for 1956 were Judy Roush, president; Elaine Ramseur, vice president; Judy Schnell, secretary; Bonnie Thocker, treasurer; Ann Luscombe, re- porter; and Karen Walker and Judy Connors, Hi-Y-Teen Representatives. 87 n (V ROW 1— Barbara Tesluk, Chris Ganzert, Gerry Pocholski, Joan Johnson, Miriam Williams, June Drudzinski, Dorothy Hill, Evelyn Henton, Sue Vogelpohl, Judy Irons, Julie Wetcher ROW 2— Maryann Nietz, lenett Poitras, Sandra Gibson, Sandra Graham, Carol Matzinger, Mrs. Nancy Davis, Carol McMorgan, Gitta Hahne, Mary Houser, Margaret Loyer, Barbara Bedra ROW 3— Sue Peters, Judi Swartz, Judy Shovar, Judy Gallagher, Mary Loos, Ruth Thompson, Kay Robison, Donna Cash, Sue Gartz, Nancy Hul- bert, Janice Green ROW 4— Judy Eisenmann, Carol Bay, LuAnn O ' Brien, Janice Toney, Erma Jean Culliver, Jess Keller, Sandra Jones, Natalie Hill, Jae Ann Lacy, Rosanne Harrison, Sue Booher, Carol Probert ROW 1— Jane Ann Schwon, Jerri Carmony, Vonnie Gurgin, Carolyn Himes, Donna Posadny, Sharon Wenger, Mary Lou Gillmore, Mary Lou Kreps, Mary Ann Keim, Nancy Stahl, Marie Gaynor ROW 2— Rosemary Parker, Jane Schlicher, Joan Wadsworth, Carol Micham, Barbara Peterson, Mrs. Nancy Davis, Carol Hessman, Sandra Sen- kel, Nata Lucas, Gloria Jean Warejko, Sue Francis ROW 3— Roberta Manecke, Judy Knapp, Florence Sandford, Nancy Kornath, Bonnie Lamb, Marliyn Lowry, Faith Sours, Cynthia Harris, Marie Hoile, Carol Hulbert, Barbara Myers ROW 4— Susan Von Tassel, Beverly Linden, Sue Laycock, Marilyn Senff, Judy Frayer, Edith Palmer, Joyce Thompson, Linda Unger, Jane Putnam, Sue Dashner, Margie Yutzy, Mary Kay HofFman Sap, uuna e - ee td Making Thanksgiving Day favors for the Old Folks ' Home and collecting clothes for Eu- rope were worthwhile services performed by the Sophomore Y-Teens this year. Fudge sales raised money for the group. It was not all work for the lively Y-Teens, however; they also found time to enjoy themselves at frequent social events. A fall roast arranged by Carol Bay was followed by the March Y-Teen Splash Party and Potluck and a May tea. Capably advising the group was Mrs. Nancy Davis. 88 Sophomore Y-Teen officers: Left to right, front row, Kay Robinson, repres.; Judy Knapp, chaplain; Margie Yutzy, v. pres.; Mary Gillmore, pres.; Jesse Keller, sgt.-at-arms. Back rov , Mary Loos, repres.; Julie Wetcher, treas.; Joan Johnson, repres.; Donna Posadny, secy. ROW 1— Terry Keller, Dea Wisely, Barton Welsh, Matt Kolb, Bill Kistner, Larry Forderer, Ronald Lingel, Tom Rier, Rodger Skilliter, Terry Shurnan ROW 2— Skip Johnson, Henry Williams, Phil Wolbolt, R. A. Heaton, Mr. George Kiefer, Mr. John Needles, advisers; Lawrence Roberts, Dennis Walterreit, Jim Telb, Hal Wagner ROW 3— Fred Collins, Bill Hoffman, Ernie Hartman, Bill DeSana, Bill Bettridge, Dick Heinz, Tom Case, John Nyquist, Stan Burden, Tom A. Smith, Terry MacDonald ROW l Fred Smith, Larry Kern, John Luscombe, David Sitzenstock, Lee Mayer, Philip Layne, Bob Myers, Bob Meinardi, Harvey Browning ROW 2 — Tom Robinson, Dennis Kohn, Jim Bettridge, Tom Merritt, Mr. John Needles, Mr. George Kiefer, advisers; Tom Olah, Kenny Mason, Don Hill, Jim Batch ROW 3 — Tom Haumon, J Alan Aufderheide, Jack Robinson, J. J. Bowles, Pete Kakela, Bill Morohn, Dave Potter, Henry Pauly, Richard Leary, Bob Hochmuth Hi-Y Taffy Sale. Leff to right, front row. Barton Welsh, Mr. Kiefer, adviser; Skip Johnson, Stan Burden, Pete Kakela, Henry Pauly, Bill Marohn, Mr. Needles, adviser; Hal Wagner. Back row, Darst Grund, Tom Smith, Jim Bettridge, Bill Hoffman, Terry MacDonald. JllLLeif. jii-y Adopting as their purpose creating, main- taining, and extending high standards of Christian character, members of the reorganized Libbey Hi-Y Club sponsored George Campbell, the song leader, and Dr. George Crane, the psychologist, helped with B.I.E. Day, distributed materials for the Community Chest, contributed a Christmas basket to a needy family, and read the Scriptures at our Lenten services. Social events supported by the group were the Snow Ball Dance at the South Side Y.M.C.A. in De- cember, a spring roast, and a Mother and Son Banquet in May. 89 " Are you affirmative or negative? " v as the regular query every Tuesday morning at Debate Club meetings. A thirty-minute television pro- gram in February provided the group additional opportunity for elucidating truth and influenc- ing action through debate. Guiding the club, which has been active in Libbey for some thirty years under the aegis of Mr. Baker, were ad- visers, Mr. R. C. Baker and Mr. Bruce Chambers; president, Richard E. Dennis; vice president, Marilyn Motzinger; secretary, Eleanor Wallbank; treasurer. Bill DeSana; and program chairman, J Alan Aufderheide. " We serve " is the motto of the Junior Red Cross. In fulfillment of its purpose of helping others locally, nationally, and internationally, the club gave personal service to twenty-seven Toledo institutions, sent gift boxes to needy children throughout the world, and gave money to our city and state and the International Children ' s Fund. Advising the group was Miss Virginia C. May. Libbey representatives to the Junior Red Cross High School Council and to the Area Council were Ann Grunst, Judy Grunst, Lois Yoh, and Louise Yoh. jbeLaie Glua unlo (led Q uo4 ROW 1— Diane Pauken, Eleanor Wallbank, Janice Garner, Lillian Earl, Pat Poole, Fred Smith, Marilyn Motzinger, Barbara Long, JoAnn dinger, Jann Kleis ROW 2— Judy Frayer, Jim Driano, Joyce Rehm, Judy Knapp, Mr. Baker, Vicki Prosser, Mr. Chambers, Jane Putnam, Rati Penn, Howard Fish, Sharon Jones ROW 3 — Bill Trimmer, Donald Pimienta, James Earl, Richard E. Dennis, Dick Heaton, Bill DeSona, Ted King, J Alan AuFderheide, Jerry Perry, Rhoda Delores Jackson, William Dimke ROW 1— Jennie Lee DeCesare, Joan Johnson, Louise Yoh, Lois Yoh, Ann Grunst, Judy Schumacher, Pat Witkowski, Nancy Stahl, Harold McKee ROW 2— Miriam Williams, Ann Lutchey, Karen Cordrey, Barbara Tate, Dan Smith, Miss May, Terry Bossert, Delores Pattin, Barbara Beatty, Patricia Wood ROW 3— Larry Dennis, Dick Shipman, William Cunningham, Jerry Heller, David B. Franks, Richard Sanders, Norris Coulson, Jeffrey KJme, Rick Brown m 90 " Are we winning? " Libbey Leaders inquired during the volleyball play days at Woodward High School and Bowling Green State University. Besides playing games. Leaders also helped coach and referee class games and organized an open volleyball and basketball tournament for all Libbey girls. Managing club activities were Mrs. Jane Fisher, adviser; Sue Collins, president; Carole Shipman, vice president; Jean Dickerson, secretary-treasurer; Lillian Earl, tennis commissioner; Jess Keller and Barbara Johnson, basketball commissioners; and Vonnie Gurgin and Barbara Shuman, volleyball commissioners. " What ' s in the bag? " was the foremost question asked by members of Future Nurses of America when visited by the Public Health Nurse. Guest speakers, visits to St. Charles and Flower Hospitals, and a trip to the Lucas County Home for the Aged emphasized different phases of nursing. In charge of the varied program were advisers. Miss Mary Kelso and Mrs. Bea- trice Baird; president, Mary Ellen Watts; vice president. Laurel Schroder; secretary, Margie Matecki; treasurer, Judy Johnson; and reporters, Layne Curtis and Judy Jackson. JlM-eif JleoAenA. . A. A. ROW 1— Vonnie Gurgin, Barbara Johnson, Lillian Earl, Mrs. Fisher, Rosanne Harrison, Linda Greenwalt, Jean Dickerson, Delia Carmony ROW 2— Sue Collins, Barbara Shuman, Ruth Wassmund, Jess Keller, Rhoda Jackson, Bettye Sue Johnson, Sue Booher, Carole Shipman ROW 1— Nancy Stahl, Mary Ann Keim, Beverly Oates, Shirley Cossins, Maureen O ' Rourke, Layne Curtis, Marietta Young, Sue Carol Fournier, Judy Johnson ROW 2— Maryann Nietz, Margie Matecki, Winnie Atkinson, Laurel Schroder, Carol Myers, Barb Bogart, Marilyn Graybill ROW 3— Meriam Grant, Kathryn Warren, Mary Ellen Watts, Lynne Bourquin, Patricia Wallace, Judy Jackson, Brenda Boughton, Marilyn Matz- Inger, Lanette Eisenhart, Jettie Brown Pi f n 91 ROW 1— Vonnie Gurgin, Carolyn Szul, Gerry Pacholski, Lorene La Beau, Pat Sullivan, Pot Gray, Joan Crist ROW 2— Florence Sandford, Lynn Gerhauser, Tom Williams, Mr. Loy Rusie and Miss Irene Foster, advisers; Pat Poole, Sue Collins ROW 3 — Carol Mead, C. Henry Johnson, Jess Keller, Dick Heinz, Deanna Hochstettler, Jae Ann Lacy, Judy NIehous ROW 1— Diane Pauken, Carol Meyers, Eleanor Wallbank, Elaine Leon, Shirley Voyles, Sally Taylor, Karen Clark ROW 2 — Gloria Van Da me, Sharon Whltmill, Janice Gee, Miss Foster, Lillian Earl, Mr. Rusie, Duone Langenderfer ROW 3 — Bonnie Lamb, Sandra Luhring, Sharon Jones, James Earl, Marilou Eubank, Rosanne Harrison, Sue Gartz, Gwenn Eichelberger 4Z. «7. A " Buy your bookcovers now! " was the famil- iar plea of the Future Teachers the past year. Money derived from this project provided schol- arships for worthy members of the F.T.A. A picnic dinner at Mrs. MeflFley ' s home and a luncheon at the Y.W.C.A. were pleasant occa- sions for club members. Even work seemed fun when they visited grade schools to observe teaching methods and attended Bowling Green State University for a day to visit classes and learn about the F.T.A. chapter on campus. F.T.A. officers: Left to right, Solly Toylor, vice president; Tom Williams, treasurer; Elaine Leon, historian; Carol Myers, chap- lain ; Karen Clark, president; Carolyn Szul, librarian; Eleanor Wallbank, parliamentarian; Pat Sullivan, secretary 92 CLASSICAL HONOR: ROW 1 -Jo Anna Spaulding, Sandie Van Drew, Dave Schatz, Del Bristol, Tom Bettridge, Sara Homlin, Sue Schroder, Barbara Walter ROW 2— Lillie Davis, JoAnn Clinger, Marilyn Meyer, Sue Gartz, Sandra Leitner, Mrs. Burton, Marilyn Mead, Ruth Dreyer, Brenda Boughton, Shirlee Folk ROW 3— Barton Welsh, Jed Duty, Tom A. Smith, William DImke, LeRoy Anderson, David Jenssen, Bill DeSana, president; Ernie Hartman, Joe Higgins J.C.L.: ROW 1— Marilyn Hamlin, Marie Gay nor, Diane Pa u ken, Harvey Browning, Fred Smith, Judith Paluck, Judy Durliat, Mary Lynn Spaulding, Margaret Loyer, Barbara M. Long ROW 2— Mary Jo Bacon, Susan Hubbard, Carolyn Clark, Nancy Hulbert, Donna Moore, Mrs. Burton, Marilyn Matzinger, Ann Slater, Linda Unger, Sue Dashner, Carol Hulbert ROW 3— Carol Bay, Carol Mead, Hov ' ord Fish, Terry MacDonald, David B. Franks, Tom Merritt, Lee Grover, Marilyn Miller, Rati Penn, Rosanne Harrison J.C.L. officers: Tom A. Smith, treasurer; Jtm Leu, president; JoAnn Clinger, vice president. Classical Honor officer: Jed Duty, vice president QloAAAX cd cM04 J0A — . C Jl. The Classical Honor Society of Libbey creates an incentive for high grades in the study of Latin. It is the original chapter of the Junior Classical League. The two organizations observe the same motto, " Scientia Arx Saeculorum, " " Knowledge, the Citadel of the Ages, " and combine for activities. To promote interest in classical civilization, members donned Roman attire for the Ohio Classical Conference at the Toledo Museum of Art and for their Induction Party and Latin Week. Mrs. Pauline Burton ad- vised the groups. i 7 tWA m- 93 U.N. Club officers: Left to right, Terry Bossert, chaplain; Mari- lyn Miller, treasurer; Jim Earl, president; Joyce Rehm, secre- tary; Gitta Hahne, vice president To heighten interest in world affairs, mem- bers of the Libbey United Nations Club partici- pated in the Council of Europe which convened at the University of Toledo in December. High- lighting the occasion for the Libbey delegation was the post-session party at Pat Poole ' s home. Perhaps the busiest people about Libbey are Mr. Charles Martin ' s activities workers. Among the time-consuming jobs which they successfully completed in 1956 were those of handling ac- tivities tickets, selling the Crystal, and taking orders for and distributing Edelians. 14. M. - AoUiMiiu ROW 1— Jann Kleis, Gitta Hahne, Pat Poole, Judy Van Koughnet, Sandra Lee Hartley, Charlene Scheil ROW 2— Rosemary Wolfert, Joyce Rehm, Marilyn Miller, Manira Saide, Terry Bossert ROW 3— Duane Langenderfer, Howard Fish, James Earl, Michael Cordner, David Jenssen, Bill DeSana, Dan Thomas ACTIVITIES: Left to right, seated: Solly Taylor, Carol Cochran, Solly Kuebbeler, Patti Pels, Morcia Nehring. Standing; Bill Morris, Tom Case, Mr. Martin, Tom Smith, Ron Lingel 94 The senior play, " Bishop ' s Mantle, " and the junior play, " Time out for Ginger, " were the exciting outputs of the Dramatics Club in 1956. In February, the group benefited by attending the Bowling Green State University Players ' performance of " School for Scandal. " In accordance with their motto, " Geared to the Times; Anchored to the Rock, " members of the Libbey Youth for Christ Club held a prayer meeting each morning before school. On the second and fourth Saturday nights of each month, members attended Y.F.C. rallies at Mac- omber High School. uumatloi- y. .G. Dramatics Club officers: Left to right, Terry MacDonald, presi- dent; Terry Schuman, treasurer; Janell Maedcr, vice president; Sandra Neill, corresponding secretary; Sally Bender, recording secretary ROW 1— Jean McNamee, Judy Cox, Gloria Van Dame, Darleno Bickelhaupt, Sandra Neill, Carol Myers, Barb Bogart, Carol Cochran, Kathleen Reece ROW 2— Janice Gee, Dave Smith, Terry Shuman, Joan Kennedy, Miss Angela Costigan, adviser; Judy Eisenmann, Sally Bender, Janell Moeder, Pat Setts ROW 3-Marilyn Matzinger, Sharon Dusseau, Sue Krohn, Judy Van Koughnet, John Veith, Edward Reed, Terry MacDonald, Rhua Liska, Carol Mead ROW 1-Judy Reitz, Sue Collins, Melvene McFarland, Judy Collins, Lillian Earl, Dave Witmer, Ronald Riopelle, Paula Davis, Joyce Wilcox, secretary; Barbara M. Long ROW 2-Bobbie Walling, Marilyn Lowry, Kathleen Trumbull, Jane Palms, Miss Carol Kinney, adviser; Phil Walbolt, Carl Mericle, Nancy Ellinger, Susan Kim Sayre, Brenda Boughton ROW 3— Vicky Doner, Edith Palmer, Terry Cavanaugh, Frank Winterhalter, president; Grant Ray, Roger Oberdier, vice president; Rhoda Delores Jackson, James Earl, Stan Burden, treasurer; Henry Williams 95 ■CDUCATI0N]- 3 ' UTURE US I NESS EADERS OF M ERICA Following to the letter their motto, " Learn to Serve, and Serve to Learn, " the Future Busi- ness leaders of America were extremely active in 1956. For their program of work, they filled a Christmas basket, visited the Old Folks Home, took a field trip to the Toledo Trust, and attended the State Convention in Genoa, Ohio, in October, and the Notional Convention in Washington, D.C., in June. Gala social occasions were a Halloween Party in October, a Christmas party, a Mothers ' Tea in February, on April banquet. . j2. 1. A. F.B.L.A. officers: Left to right, standing, Merle Gunn, senior representative; Rosalind Cedoz, reporter; Valerie Loos, junior representative; Judy Starner, vice president; Charles Doneghy, treasurer. Seated, Kathleen Reece, president; Jean McNamee, secretary, ROW 1— Dorothy Katschke, Kathleen Reece, Jean McNamee, Barbara Long, Sharon Shipman, Mrs. Houser, Colleen Blair, Joyce Heslet, Delia Carminy, Ruthann Adams, Marjorie Gockermon ROW 2— Marilyn Gray bill, Judy Starner, Judy Brunner, Linda Green, Darlene Bickelhaupt, Carol Thompson, Mrs. Moody, Charles Doneghy, Mary Alice Butler, Judy Harris, Shirley Williams, Pat Roberts, Elaine Ramseur ROW 3— Carol DuBry, Sally Kuebbeler, Sharon Slicker, Marilou Eubank, Vyvyan Hurst, Merle Gunn, Valerie Loos, Miss Allen, Bonnie Wright, Louise Krueger, Lois Hall, Judy Van Koughnet, Barbara Harbaugh, Shirley Hepner ROW 1 — Nancy Stahl, Mary Ann Keim, Barbara Kravetsky, Suzanne Below, Bonnie Thacker, Barbara Malohn, Nancy Stevenson, Nancy Garner, Donna Posadny, Judy Miller, Mary Ann Posadny ROW 2— Jessie Trail, Charlene Scheil, Lillian Earl, Jean Dlckerson, Donna Fisher, Mr. Needles, Sharon Schroeder, Sherry Reed, Barbara Mossman, Pat Sanderson, Jackie Fuller, Nancy Smith ROW 3— Jodey Smith, Linda Greenwalt, Sandra Gibson, Nancy Mock, Joyce Osterud, Judy Tripp, Sandra Jones, Rhoda Delores Jackson, Rose Mary Jones, Janice Roesler, Doris Kirian, Judie Ecker, Barbara Shuman V - --. ' o i aaoi 96 and the Freshman Roast for prospective naem- bers held at Walbridge Pork in May. Guiding the F.B.L.A. in fulfilling its purpose of furthering interest in business, promoting ac- tivities among the students of the Business De- partment, and serving the school v ere advisers, Mrs. Hazel Flatz, Mr. Loy Rusie, Miss Ruth Allen, Mrs. Beatrice Baird, Miss Shirley Honey, Mrs. Mary Houser, Mrs. Julia Moody, Mr. George Kiefer, and Mr. John Needles. . B. £. A JMiss Marian Cooper and Mr. Needles congratulate Mrs. Flatz at the F.B.L.A. banquet. ROW ,-Beatr,ce Gralak, Judy Kiebert, Shoron Miley, Beverly Stevenson, Mary Lou Kreps, Linda Gearhort, Gitta Hohne, Mary Houser, Judy r-J ' irW ' M l S rKata Lucas, Caroi McMorgan, Barbara Peterson, Mrs. Flot. adviser. SHoron Ti.pe. Evelyn Stu.ey, m;:riir ' LrZ " °Zrri::eS " H: r McCoIou.H, ... C.... ... ...... . ... narbau.. Fal.. sours, Joyce Thompson, Sharon Manz, Luanne Helman, Judy Shovar, Nancy Gerschultz ROW 1-Bernadine Henry, Joanne Henry, Sue Vogelpohl, June Drudzinski, Sue Francis, Rosemary Parker, Lenet, Poitras, Gerry Pacholski, Sandra : ' £Z I ::Lo.. ....o.. .... C... ...... Bever, Linden, Mrs. Baird, Noni Walters, Judy Day, No.aiie Hill, r " st ' ' La::otjud; " G:Lgher, Donna Cash, Kay Robinson, Ruth Thompson, Rosalie O.ourke, Marilyn Campbell, Sharon Turner, Patricio Strange, Barbara Myers, Mary Loos, Norma Madden, D. ' lores Owens mmMMM 97 l , t. K Ci ROW 1— Alan Vinson, Linda Graybill, secretary; Jane Schlichar, Sharon Hoist, Joan Haberstich, Nancy Kornath, Judy Wintersteen, Marilyn Lowry, Gloria Van Dame ROW 2— Joanne Van Steenburgh, Bonnie Lamb, Susan Van Tassel, Marilyn Senff, Miss Lydia Fiedler, adviser; Judy Jackson, vice president; Patty Pels, Lynn Gerhauser ROW 3— Donald Hahn, George Stanley, Jess Keller, Ken Stemmerman, treasurer; Jim Gebhart, Mike Moeller, Jim Shugar, Dick Shipmon, president ROW 1— Jann Klers, Jane Ann Schwan, Joan Johnson, Ann Grunst, Jonnie Johnson, Jerry Lee Taylor, Pat Harrison, Julie Wetcher ROW 2— Diane Ramsey, Tom Williams, Bob Myers, Miss Lasetto Pickard, adviser; Dave Witmer, Jim Nickelsen, Carol Hessman, Sue Peters ROW 3— Jane Putnam, Carol Probert, J Alan Aufderheide, Ted King, Bill Trimmer, Judy Prayer, Mary Kay Hoffman, Linda Unger Blalai if ' Qlul Truly bios means life as exemplifred by the Biology Club this year. The club agendo bur- geoned with activities. Members heralded the opening of school with a roast at Side-Cut Park in September. A Christmas party and a club- sponsored basketball dance in January were other major social events. Included in the pro- gram of work and study were quiz shows, a picture-collecting contest, and reports on speak- ers presented by the Toledo Zoological Society in which the Libbey group maintains a membership. Looking over the Biology Club scropbook ore Jess Keller and Jane Schlicher. 98 ROW 1-Barbara Bruggeman, Elaine Ramseur, Mary Kay HofFman, Marilyn Leibius, Bill Selvey, Jackie Endsley, Liz Kohring, Margie Yutzy, Joan Wadsworth ROW 2-Maureen Moersch, John Ritzman, Luella McCurdy, Charles LeMay, Mr. Grabill, Dale Stone, Mike Thompson, Judy Durliat, Rose Mane Thompson ROW 3-Rosalee ClifFord, Judy Collins, Roger DufFey, David Roberts, Carol Peters, Robert S. Neal, Dave Antolini, Bonnie Bartlett, Nancy M.ssler ROW 4-George Taber, Jane Knepper, Nancy Mueller, Paul Boyd, Ed Borton, David Bigelow, Doug Laugerman, Diane Foster, Willard Flegle ROW l-Barbora Bruggeman, Elaine Ramseur, Mary Kay Hoffman, Marilyn Leibius, Bill Selvey, Jackie Endsley, Liz Kohring, Margie Yutzy, Joan Wadsworth ROW 2-Sharon Whitmill, John Kramp, Bob Robinson, Dave Witmer, Mr. Grabill, Ernie Hitte, Denny Huff, David Durfee, Joann Barth ROW 3-Victor Stubblef.eld, Bobby Harris, Duane Langenderfer, Clifton McCorvey, Larry Sherman, Dave Tompkins, Carol Jean Gipe, Carol Katz, Carol DuBry, JoAnne Cupilary ROW 4-MarJo Witty, Charles Hill, Dove Kerschner, Chuck Hopkins, Ron Kilell, Bob Huntley, Bruce Ewen, Darst Grund, Loren Stewart, Paul McKinzey Band Directing the Libbey Band this year were its conductor, Mr. James Grabill; president, Lawson Burrow; vice president and student conductor. Chuck Hopkins; secretary, Bill Selvey; assistant secretary and treasurer, Barbara Bruggeman; and librarian, Marilyn Leibius. In addition to presenting rousing winter and spring concerts, the group sold tags to raise money for band equipment, went to Ann Arbor for a close-up of the University of Michigan Marching Band, and planned three outings— a feather party, a Christmas potluck, and a spring roast. Band officers: Left to right, Ron Kilell, Barbara Bruggjman, Marilyn Leibius, Chuck Hopkins, and Lawson Burrow. 99 ROW 1 — Sonia Hershey, Sharon Shipman, Linda Graybill, Marilyn Graybill, Shirley Cossins, Pat Harrison, Mary Jane Harrison, Judy Johnson ROW 2— Shirley Williams, Jean Adaire Hueston, Rita Piasichi, Mary Eberlin, Mr. McClure, Judy Korb, Patricia McGee, Martha Ebright, Georgia Sillman ROW 3— Larry Barnett, Eddie Stanley, John Terrell, R. Tom Cook, Roger Oberdier, Bill Hoffman, Ward Williams, Kenneth Boykin, Gene E. Hendon ROW 1— Tim Cross, Janet Swartz, Sue DeMott, Linette Fetzer, Barbara Jean Cory, Audru Fleck, Janice Zilba, Katie Moore, Harriet Ramsey ROW 2— Margaret Grindle, Betty Reed, Jim Johnson, Gudrun Lucks, Mr. McClure, Joanne Harris, Barbara Jeanne Thomas, Bettye Sue Johnson, Diane Ramsey ROW 3— Larry Sherman, Julius Sheffield, Carl Mericle, Bob Loc kett, Harvey E. Mattier, Frank Winterhalter, Barry Bunting, Lawrence Roberts, Edward Coleman, George Wise GUcUn. " Practice makes perfect. " How well choir members know the truth of that maxim! Prepa- rations for the Lenten services began early ip the year with sections coming early for practice before school. A dress rehearsal in the Art Museum with the participants from other schools preceded the Choral Festival at the Peristyle April 15. The choir also spent many hours prac- ticing prior to the October and May broadcasts over W.T.D.S., the Lenten Service at Trinity Episcopal Church, the exchange program with Whitmer High School in May, and the May evening concert at Libbey. Practice did make perfect; however, it was by no means " all work and no ploy " for the choir. Members all agreed that singing is fun as well as work. Conducting the group were Mr. Harold McClure, director; Barbara Thomas, president; Tim Cross, vice president; Mary Eberlin, secretary-treasurer; and Susie Klein and Frank Winterhalter, sergeants- at-arms. 100 J U , Yim. — .| ROW 1— Maxine Dashner, Barbara Zibbel, Melanie Graham, Janell Maeder, Judy Durliat ROW 2— Barbara Bruggeman, Roger Anderson, Ann Slater, Sandra Leitner, Beverly R. Miller, Diane Bigelow, Mike McClure ROW 3— Denny Huff, Roger Burnett, Mr. Grabill, Chuck Hopkins, Ron Kilell, Loren Stewart, Bob Huntley, Jon Willinger The libbey Band entertaining at the dedication of the field house. u cAedi a There was an addition to the Music Depart- ment this year with the formation of the Libbey Orchestra. Responsible for organizing the group was its conductor, James R. Grabill. Striving to learn how to play music and to adjust socially, orchestra members performed at the Libbey Christmas program, gave several Christmas concerts at elementary schools, and participated in the Spring Music Concert. First violin positions were held by Roger Anderson, Maxine Dashner, Vonnie Gurgin, Mike McClure, and Jon Willin- ger; second, by Roger Burnett and Barbara Zibbell; and third, by Diane Bigelow, Melanie Graham, and Beverly Miller. Ann Slater and Sandra Leitner were cellists. Lawson Burrow played the piano, and Bob Huntly, the tuba. The drums were played by Loren Stewart. Judy Durliat held the first chair in the flute section, and Barb Bruggeman, the second. First trum- peter was Chuck Hopkins, and second, Ron Kilell. Trombonist was Denny Huff; clarinetist, Janell Maeder. 101 Jim Rogers, Tom Szymanski, and Bob Feornside must have been beautiful babies. The first and now annuo! Rhythmette Line performs. Bill Trimmer and George Wise welcome us to the annual Rhythm Roundup. Jeri Ann Armbrust and Nancy Ohier chose away " April Showers. " Doug Beehler invites you to the " Sunny Side of the Street. " Nancy Ohler does the " Rock a ' Beatin ' Boogie. " Margie Yutzy displays her dancing ability. Our " Sweet Sue ' Jeri Ann Armbrust, dances. Smiling and graceful Mary Kay Hoffman toe-dances. Libbey ' s hillbillies, Esther Ann Cameron, sing " This Fleming and Old House. " 102 New members enjoy the National Honor induction party. Proud inductees tai e the National Honor oath. Mary Loos and Carol Mead try to " beat the clock. " Ron Pilcher, Dennis Walterreit, Sharon Jones, JoAnn dinger, and E!eanor Wallbank put the final touches on a special issue of the Crystal. Mr. Rusie speaks at National Honor Induction. Herb V estfall and John Tipping pile cups and saucers the hard woy. Harold assists Shirley with her flowers. 103 Miss Kelso and her nursing aides are always ready to help you. Assistant Principals Kanney and Osgood and their aides keep the records in order. Mr. Lincke and his projection class show the movies at Libbey. Joanna Long, Joyce Jaszynski, Barbara Heshley, Ruby Pike, Gerry Pacholske, and Donna Cash are testing aides for Miss Foster, 104 " It ' s your move! " Is a statement often heard during a Chess Club meeting. Seated clockwise, Charles Doneghy, Richard Dennis, Malcolm Albach, Bob Morey, and Charles Dolt. Standing, left to right, Mike Cordner, Jim Sterling prize II, Charles Kunstbeck, Dan Thomas, Bob Panning, Dick man, Mr. Bruns, adviser; Don Pimienta, Don Hahn, and Herb Pope. Always ready to help you in the office are Jodi Smith, Karen Hanna, Judy Johnson, Joyce Osterud, Louise Krueger, and Judy Hess. Quiet in the library is maintained by: left to right, Marilyn Hamlin, Mrs. Kruse, June Druzinski, Jean Hemple, Erma Lee Simmons, Judy ReichJer, Joyce Long, Lois Black, Diane Bigelow, Sandra Van Drew, Sharon Hetsing, and Barbara Bedra. Earl, Ship- Mrs. Houser ' s mimeographing aides are Louise Krueger, Pat Roberts, Sharon Shipman, Vyvyan Hurst, Zinneb Kilell, Jean McNamee, Beverly Falkenberg, Merle Gunn, and Lois Hall. Helping May in the bookroom are Marilyn Mead, Judy Jenks, and Judy Niehous. The helpers who make lunch enjoyable are David Roberts, Mrs. Violet Phillips, Ronnie Dooley, Larry Fuller, and Bill Sisco. f - ilu Sj wn -■«f l; .«. ' ' : J p w. — Jf- . ■u, .a. Hi j " im fK ' m Chuck Robinson " " Don Harris Al JefFery Mr. Robinson sparks the DeVilbiss mass meeting. Coach Harris and Coach Momsen look as though they enjoyed being thrown in the showers after the Central gome. Jeff is well used to toting baseball gear. jUihiM ii Dr. H. R. Carbin Bill Wirick Leo Campey 103 Bob Momsen Our coaches strive to increase the poten- tial of Libbey athletes both physically and mentally. The task of arranging interesting and challenging game schedules for our athletics teams was capably handled by Mr. Charles Robinson. He also managed efficiently the financial business of the athletic department and co-ordinated the many functions that took place in our field house. Much of our football team ' s success can be attributed to the excellent guidance of Coach Don Harris, a graduate of Libbey, who has completed his first year as head football coach. Helping Coach Harris with the varsity team was Assistant Coach Bob Momsen, also a Libbey graduate. Libbey team physician. Dr. H. R. Carbin, has faith- fully and successfully completed another year of treating any Libbey athlete who needed attention. Our basketball program was capably headed by Varsity Cooch Al Jeffery who has been varsity basketball coach for the last eleven years. In charge of the lightweight basketball team was George Miley Coach Leo Campey. The city champion freshman basketball team was coached by Mr. Albin Vaznelis, who also was an as- sistant football coach, along with Mr. Dick Strahm, for the freshman team. Spring sports play an increasingly important part in the athletic program. Bill Wirick ' s track team had a most successful season, win- ning the city league championship. The cross-country and lightweight football team was also coached by Mr. Wirick. Assistant football coach George Miley lead the light- weight team to many victories. He also coached the freshman track team. Coach- ing the bowling team was Mr. Leo Kubacki; the tennis team, Mr. Don Fisher; and the golf team, Mr. John Needles. Climaxing a long and successful career as baseball coach, Mr. JefFery will now devote full time to the varsity basketball team. Coach Albin Vaznelis succeeded Coach JefFery for the 1956 baseball season. Mr. Orville Henrion served as ticket manager for the Athletic Department. Albin Vaznelis Leo Kubacki QoGcliel John Needles Don Fisher Orville Henrion 109 Denny DeViney End Bob Batchman Guard Don Bottles End Tom Cose Tackle Russ DeJaiffe Tackle Jim Keil Guard Jim Rogers Halfback John Jackson End Earl Schmakel End Roger Williams Halfback no Senio- PlauG Wayne Schutt Fullback Eddie Russel Halfback Tom A. Smith Quarterback Bob Fearnside Quarterback 111 t — y-r- " rr W ' r ROW 1 —Jim Culbertson, Denny DeViney, Don Bottles, Myron Bohnert, Arnold Galloway, Alan FanafF, John Shugar, Barry Bunting, Bob Fox, Bob Lockett, and Hubert Clifford ROW 2— Coach Momsen, Dennis Walterrelt, Tony Gonzalez, Rodney Clevenger, Bill McCiure, Russell DeJaiffe, Bob Batchman, Dick Waterman, Bob Feornside, Ron Reinhart, Tom A. Smith, Gary Good, and Coach Harris ROW 3 — Bill Stine, John Kulczak, Jim Telb, Dale Cook, Don Wisniewski, Ed Thompson, Ray Stevens, Jim Rogers, Jim Strange, and Earl Schmakei ROW 4— Dick Achor, Harold Wagner, John Jackson, Lawrence Wanner, John Patton, Tom Case, Eddie Russell, Tom Johns, Clay White, Roger Williams, Jim Keil, and Wayne Schutt UCi itu We They 7 Hamilton 13 20 Woodward 7 13 Central 7 14 Macomber 6 Scott 2 26 Central 13 6 Middletown 6 7 Waite 39 13 DeVilbiss 27 on 5 Lost 3 R.ei. ioe4. Tied 1 on 3 Lost 3 Tied Won 6 Lost Tied ROW 1— Allan Wolf, Bill Morris, and Terry Shuman ROW 2 — Terry Keller, Coach Miley, Wiimer Frank, and Dave Wobser M. GA G ae 112 ■ -- ' ■■ ' ■ ' ■j ' w ' ' ' ■ ' ■ " -■ ■■■■J- - ■ -■- z 1% 1 1 ROW 1— Paul Person, Robert Meinardi, David Woolford, Steve Poluck, A. D. Rayford, Jim Andros, Jim Shugar, Don LoFramboise, Dave Sitzen- stock, James Batch, Keith Raitz, and Felton Jackson ROW 2— Dennis Kohn, John McClure, Joe Talamantez, Bob Hochmuth, Jack Robinson, Richard Kandik, Gary Eaten, John Harrison, Larry Kern, Joe Higgins, J. A. Aufderheide, Gerry Shuman, and Jim Clark ROW 3— Lafayette Williams, Edwin Borton, Jerry Walterreit, Donald Hill, Bud Auth, Thomas Olah, John Terrell, Alfred Earner, Richard Leary, Ray Taylor, James Batema, and Harvey Browning ROW 4— Thomas Merritt, James Perry, Dick Rhonehouse, Peter Kakela, Henry Pauly, Bill Marohn, David Potter, Richard Witcher, Leiand Katz, Elwood Rayford, Don Perry, Tom Haumen, and Bill Nelson Kede Ujted ROW l Tom Waterman, Pat Kelley, Robert Freeman, Capers Warren, Bob McCorrey, Bill Riley, Jim Sutton, Peter SmitFi, Andy Kandik, Terry Severence, and George Kelley ROW 2— Henry Cooper, Square Williams, Dennis Cole, Dave Berndt, Bernie SchifFer, Coach Vaznelis, Marvin Wiler, John Sullivan, Charles Popovich, Charles Jeffery, and Roger Anderson ROW 3— Fred Swihart, Jim Mather, Robert Rieck, Jim Goachee, Lee Grover, LeRoy Anderson, George Newcomer, Tyrone Adams, Bill Cunning- ham, Jim Irons, Harry Vick, and Darrell Hansen ROW 4— Frank Williams, Frank Stills, Bill Thornton, Jerry Seller, Gary Metz, Dave Zeno, Isaac King, Ted Graves, Joe Enright, Leiand Englehardt, and Dick Moreland edA men 113 Bob Fearnside Guard Dave Swanson Forward Herb Westfal Center Van yiia Ray Baker Center Bill Stine Forward Norm Walczak Guard John Kolodzoike Guard Jerry Mix Forward ROW 1 — Jerry Zedlitz, John Kolodzaike, Earl Schmakel, Bob Fox, Bob Fearnside, and Dave Tipping ROW 2— Wilmer Frank, Ray Baker, Jerry Mix, Herb Westfall, Bill Stine, Norm Walczak, and Coach Jeffery liaiJzeiwul Won 10 Lost 9 We They 57 Napoleon 30 51 Mansfield Madison 42 47 Macomber 49 54 Mansfield 62 45 Scott 36 61 Woodward 44 45 DeVilbiss 58 64 Bowling Green 50 65 Bryan 59 38 Waite 51 38 Central 54 57 Macomber 65 52 Bowling Green 66 52 DeVilbiss 58 50 Woodward 42 69 Waite 61 42 Scott 54 60 Central 54 61 DeVilbiss 52 Libbey and Waite in action. 116 ROW 1 — Dave Wobser, Dick KandJk, Tom Robinson, Bob Palm, George Mummert, Bill Garbe, Keith Raitz, and Jim Harris ROW 2— Hank Pauly, Dave Potter, Bill Marohn, Pete Kakela, Ed Borton, Don Bope, Dean Smith, and Coach Campey Ke4.e ued Won 5 Lost 10 edUfmn Won 11 Lost 2 Catti ' uitu ' laiiaHd , od t! ROW 1— Pat Kelley, Andy Kandik, Bill Ammann, Ted Kamper, Coach Vaznelis, Fred Rogge, Bob Selb, Chuck Jeffrey, Lutz Hahne, and George Kelley ROW 2 — Dave Kemmerley, Bruce Ewen, Frank Stills, Isaac King, Ron Esmond, Tim Kennelly, Rick Brown, Tyrone Adorns, Bill Thornton, and John Eakin 117 Bad eaaU - Qoljf ROW 1 —Dave Tipping, Bob Fearnside, Clyde Johnson, Dick Baker, Floyd Bell, and Deo Wisely ROW 2— Tom Buczkowski, Fred Kelley, Ron Martin, Charles Naitzko, Coach Jeffery, Earl Schmakel, Larry McCormack, Tom King, and Bob Lockett i r 1 Kulczak shows baiting form. Left to right, Dick Waterman, John Kulczak, Tom King, Bob Fearnside, Fred Kelley, and Earl Schmakel. Coach ' Needles gives pointers to the golf team. Left to right, Larry Bur- nett, Dick Heaton, Ernie Hartman, Norris Denno, Tom A. Smith, Tom D. Smith, Mr. Needles, Rick Brown, Richard Word, and Tom Merritt. ROW 1— Pat McCormick, Walter T. Brown, and Tom D. Smith ROW 2 — Terry Mollett, Coach Needles, Norris Denno, and Dick Heaton 118 IwliHXf, ..RO — Jerry Beeching, James Kravetsky, Bill Dietsch, Jerry Koepfler, and Chuck Chrisman R0W 2— Dove Tipping, Dan Regent, Fred Kelley, Coach Kubacki, Dave Burzynski, Gary Mallory, and Don Perry ROW 3 — Artis Evans, Herb Davis, Ray Baker, Norm Walczak, Bob Mercuric, and Richard Bake i- ' -;- 1 ' 4 tJW - -ra I ' WiT I ffanmi »li»«fcitil£iiSiiV iw»wi m « — Another strike for Ron Kilell. Herb Pope and Tom Rier volleying ROW 1— John Vorbau, Dave Wetcher, Estil Hurst ROW 2— Herb Pope, Tom Rier ROW 3— Coach Fisher, Phil Walbolt, Ronald Lingel 119 ROW 1 — Bob Neal, Bon Brazier, Willie Floyd, Ray Stevens, Dick Waterman, Dick Ac ' or, Myron Bohnert, Don Wisniewski, Dale Cook, Jim Cul- bertson, Tony Gonzales, Eddie Squaire, and Mike Thompson ROW 2 — Rodney Clevenger, Dave Wobser, Jim Telb, John Jackson, Jim Strange, Roger Williams, Clay White, Jack Wahl, Tom Sandys, Dennis Walterreit, and Terry Fuchs ROW 3— Billy Goings, Russ DejaifFe, J an Haas, Jim KeJl, Coach Wirick, Mark Simmons, Jon Patton, Jim Davis, Tom Johns, Al Fanavf, and Lav - erence Wanner ROW 4— Eddie Russell, Tom A. Smith, Jordon Waldman, Walter Brown, Jim Rogers, Kenneth Stills, Ronald Rinehort, Bob Fox, Richard Leary, and Hubert ClifFord ROW 5— Denny DeVinney, Bill Stine, Pat LeClair, Jerry Mix, Jim Featzko, Mike McGee, Dick Heinz, and Herbert Davis Gitii GUa4ii4x6. Record City League . . . Undefeated DeVilbiss Night Relays . . . Winner District . . . Second State . . . Fourth Jim Rogers and Denny DeVinney admire Jim Kell ' s heave. 120 Our majorettes have style! Brains pay off for Tom A. Smith, Bob displays his basketball awards. Victory over Central! FanafF receives his all-city award. Our state sprint champion, Roger Williams. Libbey ' s Most Valuable Football Player 1955, Jim Keil. 121 Ruth and Linda play a fast game of ping-pong. Put it over. Catcher Rosanne watches while Barbara mokes a hit. Carol and Sue show how it ' s done. Who will make a bull ' s-eye— Jean, Linda, or Delia? Track stars, Jessie, Vonnie, and Rhoda. Excellent, Carol! Another point for Sue. Good volley. Barb slides into base os Rhoda catches ball. Keep your eye on the target. Time out for basketball practice. ]22 Look what 1 found! Go, go, go, Dec I ' ll take it— maybe. Watch the midrifF! Keep it cool! Ouch! Look at Larry Moilory fly! Wisely gets pin. 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Superior Lumber— Millwork 2 Yards 425 Earl Street 1307 Prouty Avenue TAylor 1401 CHerry 3-7168 146 The lessons you learn — ' mtB Will help you earn — L. The money you make — cu i Will be your stake - oA: SAVE AT THE Hi=© Vtt hcJ ' WHERE YOUR SAVINGS GROW IN SAFETY " " ' ' ' ' Current Interest 2% 0 ' % THE HOME BUILDING AND SAVINGS CO. 902 Broadway at Segur CHerry 3-5191 147 tiC - ' ' ' ' M PAINTS -MELLE ' S HARDWARE 1735 Arlington Avenue Headquarters For — SPORTING GOODS — ' j i J 4 y L rpA- ' • HOUSEWARES Proprietor: HAROLD E. MELLE, Jrt WA.4225 C . e " V Za ze no little plam . . . Jkey have no magic to Mir men i blood, and probably themAeloea will not be realized, fflake big planA; aim. high in hope and work, remembering that a noble diagram once recorded will never die. i e- member that our AonA and grand- AonA are going to do things that will Atagger uA. " LIBBEY OWENS • FORD Rsi a(2t£dt Vame GLASS Daniel H. Burnham 148 ZdeUc n Pdtn.O ' Hl Mrs. Lillian Bedra Mr. and Mrs. R. !. Bogart Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Bohnert Mr. and Mrs. James Boughton Mrs. David Carmony Mrs. O. B. Case Mr. and Mrs. Earl Collins Mrs. Alice Crist Dora ' s Music Shop Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Dimke Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Dukes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Dunbar Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Duty Mr. and Mrs. John Ebright Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Eichelberger Maxine Ellinger Mr. and Mrs. August Falk Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fetzer Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Fox Mr. and Mrs. J. Willard Gee Mr. and Mrs. Sidney R. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansen Dr. and Mrs. Hazen L. Hauman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hurst Mrs. Lillian A. Kakela Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kandik Mr. and Mrs. John N. Keller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kilell Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Knapp Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Auburn Luhring Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Luhring Mr. and Mrs. V. A. McNamee Mr. and Mrs. Cameron H. MacDonald Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Maeder Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Matzinger, Jr. Rev. and Mrs. James C. Mead Mr. and Mrs. Gerald G. Myers National Dry Cleaners Dr. and Mrs. Clive V. Neill Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Niehous Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Nyquist Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Pauly Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Patton Rec Service Station Mrs. Mabel Reece Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Schatz Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schroder Carole and Dick Shipman Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sites Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. H. Vroman Smith Mrs. Sharkey Sookey Mr. and Mrs. David C. Spaulding Ruth E. Stine Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Stoll Mr. and Mrs. Stanley N. Szul Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Telb Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Karsen Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Van Koughnet Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wassmund Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Zedlitz 149 JliAW-eifltel — «-w« . . C » — " KJ r ' T " ' JlluJxeifdteA. Vw. s5 ..- JS— l fr JVixiU " „Ql Jtl = t TjV? - ' ' r ' ' S-X " i., . Co. ,. A : - -i - Sl cSc ' -f ' ' c v - -- Mrs. Dashner and her daughters, Sue and Maxine, visit with Miss Allen at the Libbey Open House. Mrs. Houser welcomes another group to her room during open house. Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Kiefer exchange notes open-house night. Messrs. Port hero, Schultheis, Kramer, and Wozniak are the fellows who keep Libbey going. Mr. Martin and Mr, Kline select their lunch in the teachers ' dining room. The Libbey faculty relax during the gala Christmas party held Woman ' s Club. Mrs. Schultz takes good care of the faculty. 3t the I 152 Jlumeifitel j[!.ioJ eif4te Ol ' ' V o - : s .jyU rt. S 9 ' CU. . I (i ti-.s Z L:; ' cX-C-c-fc; Libbey students dressed in Roman costume for the Ohio Classical Conference at the Toledo Museum of Art. Dr. George Crane, lecturer, chats with Bill Hoffman, Dixie Beeching, Sue Baumgartner, and Terry MacDonald. Senior Y-Teen members, Kathy Harris, Pat Betts, and Judy Van Koughnet, trim the Christmas tree in the lobby. Surviving contestants of Beat the Clock " ! Second row, left to right. Herb Westfall, Jim Keil, Dennie DeViney, Jess Keller, and Bob Huntly. First row, left to right. Dove Tipping, Jonell Maeder, Connie Wood, Paul Stubberfield. Mr. Campbell, leader of group singing, teaches Sherry Shipman, Bill Dimke, and Mary Eberlin some of his favorite songs. " Daisy Mae " (Judy Starner) and " Li ' l Abner " (Jim Telb) at the Sadie Hawkins ' Dance. Looking over the prizes for the Magazine Drive ore Mr. Robinson, Mr. Martin, Judy Niehous, and Tom A. Smith. Our new lights being installed. 155 o. i i 13 O ' lE - xi " jy- %Z- ' ' ' - j. ..2 - .yC ifg- ?lV Kj 3 i N ■■- T N , s-AjKj xsJr . eyx z f. - n : -4 :?V —z:cJ ' i OJ i f h - Z 5 y ) ' p . 158 A ' M: . !• .r l ' ' - J c . -mfA V V ' f jf- .7 Cc ; - y I .M - " ( ' «= " -ti s jig V o- . Af ' -1 v - u .V ' X-i- ' Cvo=- JI ■ T. -x. A - ' X ' . S o ' - ' -S ' Ce y LI Cs ' % X i J2 ¥ Siii: tt m 11 mw:. ■o. »■ f.t " K . 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