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

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" ghclegan C 1957 I Hail Libbey High School! 2 To you we'll be true! 74 We will fight for you! 108 March ever onward, lead to Victory. 126 Lt. Robert Craig Cofver: The Robert Craig Memorial Bridge, which was dedicated January 8, 1957, to 2nd Lt. Robert Craig, Libbey graduate of 1937, who gave his life for his country in World War II. sow. J 'Hum Luv .liQ,L,,x, A my 0112 .,,QMU ,MLM . 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Semml row, scutenl, Sumlru Murphy, Putty F4-Is. Stauuling, XX'llIT1CI' l71'1111k, Terry Keller, l.i1I'l'y lXlLlfZlI1KLZCI', Ckmnic XX'1md, Ron Lingel. MMPWQ' w W ai! of ' fr , --as gxfw Milf. r-sua., wwwww? fav' 15? 'sr KQI 'iff 5 M? gi 5 " , Q ..., X 5 . we . . , F M w W" we MEMBERS OF BOARD OE EDUCATION: Left to right, seated, Mr. Thomas Bretherton president, Mr. Raymond D. Baldwin, Mrs. jane Kuebbeler. Standing, Mr Waync Shawfiller Mr. Edwin D. Dodd, vice president. Mr. Bowsher has steadily provided Toledo with a fine public school sys- tem. His expert decisions through the years of his superintendency have time and again resolved complex educa- tional problems in our city. In behalf of Libbey High School we seniors of 1957 wish to thank him for the acu- men of his leadership. uloerinfenclenf Bowaker i .raw . M53 sr 32.1 5 1 f"W'W i I , ,, Mr. Rusie at his desk with the officers of Student Council: Pete Kakela, vice presidentg Judy Eisenman, secretary-treasurerg Tom Waterman, sergeant-at-armsg and Bill Stine, president. To the students of Libbey, Mr. Rusie is much more than a principal who merely gives announcements over the public address system or makes ad- ministrative rulings. just as his title designates, he is a "pal" to everyone. Libbeyites know that they can rely upon the warmth as well as the wis- dom of his guidance. rincilaa! Jog lgudie "ine ff 'Q' mi, f' 2 It is with pleasure that we dedicate the 1957 Ijdefiiizf to two teiieliers who have tixithfuily served LibbeyffMrs. Beatrice Baird and M2lF3Q2lI'Cf A. Wiiite. Miss Waite's many accomplishments since eoming to Libbey in 1924, have been teaching world history and Amerieiin government, bead- ing the Orientation Department, Serving as adviser to the Zetziletlieiin Literary Society, and earning 21 Red Cross ti- guer !aifA!u , clude? ii , 4 tation for meritorious Serviie, Rewarding experiences for Mrs. Baird hru'e heen Sunday tournaments with the Chess Clluh, field trips as adviser to the F.N.A, rind the I7.B.l..A., lluulty parties, and the many greetings she has received eireh year from former students who have gone on to worth- while careers. Our fond wishes to both these loyal Lihhey- ites. Lihhey will hold them firm in memory. Mgr, f., mee! 3031 ,-.....,,,,,,Nw-W W in 39" Y giclegan ibeakcafion Ea frice Hair J s i 1 JOHN QSGQOD Miss Kanney checks records with Mary Amznons and Barbara Long. Assistant Principal General Administration and Counseling Ohio State University, B, S. University of Michigan, M.A. .xdfifiififanf Mincipa A Fl HERMAN HARDING GERTRUDE KANNEY CHARLES MARTIN Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Instruction Counseling Activities Heidelberg University, BS. University of Toledo, B.A, University of Toledo, B.S. University of Michigan, M.A. University of Michigan, M,A, 8 I . ' HAZEL D. FLATZ WILLIAM E. EVERHART E ,f ER 6 Business Education English hi N 'I Y, --- Ohio Stale UUiVCI'SifY, Eastern Michigan College, B.S. Wi. nsin University, M.A. A.B., B.S., M.A. Z9 elaarfmenf Ckairmen Nei: We 4? IOHN W. FAST HARRIETT PHEATT FREDERICK Industrial Arts Orientation Science Ohio University, B.S. in Ed, University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed, University of Rochester. BS. 9 RUTH ALLEN MRS. BEATRICE BAIRD R. C. BAKER RUTH ALLEN: English, University of Toledo, B.S., M.A., Senior Y-Teen Adviser, Honorary Philalethean Adviser. MRS. BEATRICE BAIRD: Business, University of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., F.B.L.A. Adviser. R. C. BAKER: Social Studies, Department Chairman, Ohio North- ern University, BS., Wisconsiii 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 Re- search, "Lib" Adviser, Advanced study in Europe. fNot in illustra- tionj. MRS. HARRIET BILLMAIERZ Physical Education, Michigan State Normal, B.S, MRS. PAULINE BLACK: English, University of Toledo, B.A. GLENN BLINN: Mathematics, Bowling Green State University, B.S., 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 Ad- viser, lunior Classical League Adviser, College Counselor. LEO CAMPEY: Industrial Arts, Bowling Green State University, BS. in Ed., University of Toledo, M.E., Head Basketball Coach. ANGELA M. COSTIGAN: Social Studies and Radio Education, Ohio State University, B.S., M.A., Dramatics Club Adviser. MRS. NANCY DAVIS: English and Physical Education, Universi- ty of Toledo, B. of Ed. Mr. Rmie and Mr. Mfirfilz that zrifh llvajr old friend Charlie lim'- milzger, 42 former Libbey cfz.r!0u'ia17. I0 MRS. HARRIET BILLMAIER Q- a t c:. c 'LLL "'.i' 3 1',: X. iiiiii S .- p GLENN BLINN MRS. PAULINE BURTON ANGELA M. COSTIGAN -uv 'Minn MRS. PAU LIN E BLACK HENRY BRUNS LEO CAMPEY AFS MRS. NANCY DAVIS 55,1 K, f iw 5 1 Wa . twig, MTE? Maw B3-1 Q ww sf GRACE M. DeLISLE AILEEN B. EBERTH EDVUARD ELLER XWILLIAM E. EVERHART JOHN VU. FAST LYDIA FIEDLER DONALD FISHER FISHER MRS, HAZEL D. FLATZ r' X IRIZNE FOSTER MRS, ELAINE FREUND GRACE M. DeLISLE: English, University of Toledo, B.S., M.A. . . ., , I , .., M.A., Zetalethean Adviser. EDWARD ELLER: Chemistry and Mathematics, Western Illinois State College, Michigan State University, B.S. in Ed. WILLIAM E. EVERHART: English, Department Chairman, Speech, Eastern Michigan College, B.S. JOHN W. FAST: Industrial Arts, Department Chairman, Ohio University, BS, in Ed. LYDIA FIEDLER: Science, Grinnell College, BS, Michigan University, M.S., Biology Club Adviser. DONALD FISHER: Physical Education, Ohio Wesleyan, A.B., Tennis Coach. MRS. 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., BS., M.A., F.B.L.A. adviser. IRENE FOSTER: Mathematics, Ohio Wesleyan, B.A., F,T.A. Adviser, Testing Officer. MRS. ELAINE FREUND: English, Western Reserve University, B.A., Sophomore Y-Teens Adviser. MRS. JANE GEORGE: English, University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed., Radcliffe College, M.A., Iidtflifiu Adviser. QNot in illustra- tionj. 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N I 'z 4 ' ' elf: :...:j1.j:'- an FLORENCE GERDES JEAN GILBERT JAMES GRABILL MRS, DORIS HALL SHIRLEY HANEY FLORENCE GERDES: English, University of Michigan, A.B., CO- lumbia University, M.A. IEAN GILBERT: English, Ohio State University, B.S., Junior Class Adviser, National Honor Adviser. jAMES GRABILL: Instrumental Music, Ottcrbein College, Ohio State University, M. of Music. 7' MRS. DORIS HALL: Mathematics, Ohio State University, B. iff., Chemical Engineering. A . K .:, -'I ----' ,,.... :-1 1'- SHIRLEY HANEY: Business, University of Toledo, B. of Ed.. he M. of Ed., E.B.L.A. Adviser, Student Council Adviser. DON HARRIS. Science and Driver Education, Bowling Green 5 -,,- gg, --,. I Sztl ' .. ti e University, B S in Ed , University of Toledo, M A DON HARRIS GRACE In HIENDERSCHX GRACE L. HENDERSON: Social Studies, Ohio State University B.S.g Senior Class Adviser, 1 CLINTON li. HOUSER: Mathematics, Heidelberg University, B.S. MRS. MARY O. HOUSER: Business, Hiram College, B.A., Uni- versity of Cincinnati, M. of Ed., Gregg College, I".B.L.A. Adviser. f E 9 GRACE IRWIN: English, Orientation, Ohio Wesleyan, A.B.' U.N. Cluh Adviser. MRS. JEAN HUNSAKER: English, Southern Illinois University, B. in Education. I . , CLINTON F, HOUSER MRS. MARY O. I-IOUSEII f . 4 r L . 1" bf'-yfgifzggf. ,W Alf. Ofgooa' and bil dm11',i' 111de.f, fndj' Hai'1'1.f and A1111 LZl.It'011Ih6, 1z'm'k 011 dffE776Z,rI1IL't. GRACE IRWIN MRS. JEAN IZ ,-f.V'5 'Mgr ALBERT JEFFERY GEORGE L. KIEFER CAROL KINNEY MARY E. KIRK VICTOR KLEIN ALBERT JEFFERY: Physical Education, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. PAUL KOESTER FRANK KRALIK BERNICE KRUEGER MRS, DORCAS KRUSE LEO KUBACKI HENRY W. LINCKE GEORGE L. KIEFER: Business and Science, Illinois State Normal University, B.E., St. Louis University, A.M. CAROL KINNEY: Home Economics, 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., University of Besancon, France, Philalethean Adviser. VICTOR KLEIN: Mathematics, Miami University, BS., Ohio State University, M.A. PAUL KOESTER: Social Studies, University of Toledo, B. of Ed. FRANK KRALIK: Orientation, University of Toledo, B. of Ed., M.A., Freshman Football Coach. BERNICE KRUEGER: French and Spanish, University of Mich- igan, B.A., M.A., University of Paris. MRS. DORCAS KRUSE: Librarian, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A. LEO KUBACKI: Industrial Arts, Bowling Coach. HENRY XV. LINCKE: Science and Projection, University of To- ledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A. The depazrflflwzl heady. Mr. Vn.s1i'le1'. Mr. Ivcllf, Muir. Flfzfz. flirt. Phmlf, Mr. Ii1'erfam'f, mid Mr. Baker. confer' zrifb Mr. Harding. 1 3 l HAROLD MCCLURE KATHERINE MAHER VIRGINIA MAY MRS, LOUISE MEFFLEY GEORGE MILEY HAROLD McCLURE: Music, Indiana State Teacher's 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: 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,, If.T.A. Adviser. GEORGE MILEY: Science and Orientation, University of Toledo, BS. in Ed., Assistant Football Coach, Q.D. Adviser. ROBERT MOMSEN: Orientation, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., Graduate School, Head Football Coach. me MRS. JULIA MOODY: Business, University of Toledo, B.A., ROBERT MOMSEN l7.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, l7.B.L.A. Adviser, Golf Coach, Assistant Athletic Manager. ISLA B. OWEN: Home Economics, Hillsdale College, A.B. EDWARD E. PACKER: Industrial Arts, University of Toledo, B.S., Ohio State University, M.A, MELVIN MORTIMER is lisa .,,-... . if "" i ' s.'s.. N. if Mr. Ctwlfbey m111fe11i'e.r milk fllr. and Iliff. ll"'11z'rtf12 Ihzdftfy while 14141712111 jizm5m11 r1,!2w'afe.i' J 'zmnd fafhe, ISLA B. OXVEN 14 MRS. VIULIA MOODY ,IOH N NEEDLES f W E ir ? I 0 was is "' 1 .-ilsj .:v'- If .V-, EDWARD E. PACK ER RS. HARRIETT PHEATT ALLEN SIGREST LS. FLORENCE TANNER 'N-if -me-rn-ai I ALBIN VAZNELIS LASETTA PICKARD MRS. SUZANNE STEWART W I .lll i g ? i, Kb' gg A y . . 4? if LAWRENCE I.. VANDER Ne w wmaw- w -V . V . - ,. any 2 -'--- " .,.J- , ,gag i-f?,:4f1ggq'f,'fi3-ez 3 4 45: Rasa :few tl? .ff f::f,,ffg,ig,'i' , FREDERICK VOSSLER ig L, . . KAY QUEALY CHARLES ROBINSON LOUIS SCHIRA MRS. HARRIETT PI-IEATT: Orientation, Department Chairman, University of Toledo, B.A. in Ed., Periclean Adviser. LASETTA PICKARD: Science, University of Michigan, A.B., M.A., Biology Club Adviser. KAY QUEALY: English, University of Minnesota, B.S., Bowling Green State University, M.A., Ciyfaf Adviser. CHARLES ROBINSON: Science, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., Athletic Manager, Honorary Q.D. Adviser. LOUIS SCHIRA: Industrial Arts and Mathematics, Ohio State University, BS. in Ed. ALLEN SIGREST: Orientation, Miami University, B.S. in Ed., Ohio State University, M.A. MRS. SUZANNE STEWART: English, University of Toledo, B. of Ed. MRS. FLORENCE TANNER: Home Nursing, University of To- ledo, B. of Ed., St. Luke-'s Hospital, R.N. LAWRENCE L. VANDER: Social Studies, University of Toledo. A.B., M.A. ALBIN VAZNELIS: English, Morehead College, A. B., Spring- field fMass.j College, M.E.D., Lightweight Football Coach, Light- weight Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach. FREDERICK VOSSLER: Science, Department Chairman, Univer- sity of Rochester, B. S., University of Toledo, University of Mich- igan. illrx, Pbeaff t'X!7lz1jl1,li L'lzI,li.f pmr'edf11'e fo 1'i.i'ilj11g jn1i'e11f.r daring nprflz A7l1ll,lit'. 15 MARGARET A. WAITE CHARLES WEINSTOCK XWILLIAM WIRICK MARGARET A. WAITE: Social Studiesg University of Toledo, B.S., A.B. CHARLES WEINSTOCK: Scienceg Marietta College, A.B.g Uni- versity of Michigan, M.A. in Ed. WILLIAM WIRICK: Scienceg Bowling Green State University. B.S. in Ed.g Columbia University, M.A.g Forum Adviserg Track Adviserg Lightweight Football Coach. HELEN E. XWYLIE: Home Economicsg Ohio State University, B.S. LOIS BLACK: Library Clerk. JACQUELYN FULLER: Record Clerk. CAROL HEPNER: Secretary. MRS. MAY jASTRZEMSKI: Book Clerk. MRS. RUTH KUBACKI: Senior Clerk and Treasurer. MRS. LAURA RAMSDELL: Record Clerk. MRS. JANE REEME: Attendance Clerk. Mr. Vfzlzdw' nzfkr 1zfilh Pa!1'iz'if1 Gray nm! ber worker ni the Lib- bey Open Home. HELEN E. XWYLIE JACQUELYN FULLER MRS. MAY IASTRZEMSKI MRS. LAURA RAMSDE LL LOIS BLACK CAROL HFPNER MRS. RUTH KUBACKI MRS. JANE RHEME WL.. 16 C, xV 4 R K 'W 1 - ff-M.,- W' The faculty Christmas party at the Northwood Inn was ii popular affair. Mrs. Tgumcr and Cynthia Wilrrcn take good cnrc of Gem Wfcilis. Mr. Voswlcfs chemistry class hard at work. Lzuirn and Ruth always hgtvc it smile for Q-vcryonc. XVc'rc rcillly going to miss them! Ruth, May, Carol, and Laura are never too busy to help. Mr. Baker explains thc income tux form so important' in our future. S eniom ACHOR, RICHARD: Q.D.'s 3, 4, Football 2, Varsi- ty 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4. In rlmrge of plamzifzg fl .l'7It'ti6.l'.lfIIl 1957 for Ike .feu- ior rlazixr were fergealzl-11!-arnff, Allan Fmmff: zfjce prefidezzl, Elaine Leong .s'erz'elm'y-f1'e4z'.i'11re1', Carol Meyetriu and preficlenl, Bill DeSmm flefl In riglot in illnnraliozzj. ADAMS, ERMAJEAN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 1. ALBAIN, BRADFORD ALDER, BILL: Q.D.'s 2, 3, -4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2. AMMONS, MARY: Y-Teens 2, 3: F.B.L.A. 2: jr. Achievement 3. ANTOINE, ANNETTE: Notre Dame Academy 1, Choir 3, 4. ATKINSON, TOM BAKER, RAY: Macomber lg Q.D.'s 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball Varsity 3, 4: Bowling 3, Treas. 4. BANKS, KATHYE: Whitney 2. BARANEK, PAULINE: Bedford High School, Temperance, Michigan lg Y-Teens 4, United Na- tions 4. BEAUCH, ISABELLE: Biology Club 2, 35 Cafe- teria 1, 2, 3, 4. BECKER, CARL BELL, FLOYD: Baseball 2, 3, 4. BELOW, SUZANNE: Zets 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Repres. 4, Sr. Banquet Com., F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4: jr. Achievement 2. IB M 33: ti, ,,. X A3 3 an ,aa 'EE' Q:-:gy ,.,. .. . fm 2 5 Q 2 ff-5? F 1 55 . u BETTRIDGE, JAMES: Forum 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 1, 2, jr. Censor 3, Treas. 4. BETTRIDGE, WILLIAM: Forum 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4g Jr. Classical League lg CI'j'.1'fdf Art Editor 3g Sr. Cowboy Roundup Com. BIGELOW, DAVID: Band 3, 4g Projection 2, 3. BLAIR, COLLEEN: Y-Teens 55 Gym Office 2g F.B.L.A. 2, 3. BLANDEN LINDA YTeens 2 ' 4 Biolo v Z ' 1 471 I Club 55 F.B.L.A. 2g Rhythm Roundup 4. BOHNERT, MYRON: Forum 3, 43 Football 2, Varsity 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 43 jr. Play Prop. Com.g Student Council Repres. 3, 4g Red Cross 1. BOOHER, JERRY: National Honor 3, 4g Hi-Y 43 Biology Club 2g Dramatics Club 4g Debate Club 2. BORCHARDT, BONNIE: Zets 2, 3, 44 F.B.L.A. 23 Mimeographing 4. BORDNER, NED BOSSERT, TERRY: Biology Club 2g U.N. Club Chaplain 2, 3g Red Cross 3, Pres. 4. BOWLES, IIM: Forum 5, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, -'ig Track 5, 4g Sr. Banquet Com. BOYD, LULA BRAUN, SHIRLEY Repreiefzfirzg the Senior Clan 071 lhe Slfrdefzl Comzfil are Elaine Rm11.1'em', Bi!! Sline, Marilyn Moyer, and Bob Fox Uefl 10 riglal in illmlratioizj. BRAUNSCHWEIGER, BOB BRONSON, GLADYS BROWN, BERTHA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4. BRUGGEMAN, BARBARA: Peries 2, 3, 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, Corres. Secy. 4, Leaders Club 1, jr. Play Prop., Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Band 2, Sec.-Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Marjorette 2, Capt. 3 and 4, Freshman Open House, National Honor 4. BRUNNER, JUDY: Y-Teens 4, F,B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Gym Office 2. BRYANT, RONALD BUNTING, BARRY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2. BURGARD, WANDA BURROW, LAWSON: Macomber 1, Band 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3. BUTLER, MARY ALICE: Y-Teens 2, Chaplain 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, jr. Classical League 1, Drama- tics Club 3, 4, jr. Play Com., Sr. Play Com., Mim- eographing 3, 4. BYERSMITH, PAUL CARNEY, DENNIS: Football 2. CARTER, ELAINE: Phils 1, 2, 3, Sr. Censor 4, Y-Teens Repres. 2, 3, 4, Eclelimz Club Editor 4, jr. Play, Sr. Play, Dean's Aide 3, 4, Library Aide 1, Sr. Prom Com, National Honor 4. CEDOZ, ROSALIND: Peries 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Reporter 3, 4, Edelimz Sr. Edi- tor 4, Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Rhythm Round- up Com. 3. CHRISMAN, CHUCK: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Pres. 4, jr. ,Classical League 1, Bowling 3, jr, Prom Com., jr. Play Prop Com., Student Council 1, 2, V. Pres. 3. CLARK, CEYLON: Rhythm Roundup 1, 2. CLARK, FRANCES: DeVilbiss 1, 2, 3. CLEVENGER, RODNEY: Q. D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4. CLIFFORD, HUBERT, Forum 2, 3, Treas. 4, Bas- ketball 1, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Ring Com., Cowboy Roundup Com. 4. 20 CLINGER, jOANN: National Honor 3, 4, Classi- cal Honor 3, Pres. 4, Phils 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Ir. Classical League 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Debate Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Cryrffzl Copy and Page Editor 3, Page Editor 4: Ir. Play, Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, Library Aide 1, Dean's Aide 2. coLL1Ns, JAMES CONNORS, IUDITH: Scott l, 2, Phils 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens Repres. 3 and 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Ir. Play Com., Sr. Prom Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3. COOK, DALE: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. COOPER, MARVA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, jr. Achievement 4. CORDNER, MICHAEL: National Honor 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, U.N. Club 2, 3, Pres. 4. CROSS, TIM: Football 1, Golf 4, Choir 2, 3, Vice- Pres. 4. CROWE, WILLIAM: Olney, Wood County 1, 2. CULBERTSON, JAMES: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 4. DAVIS, HERBERT: Track 2, Bowling 3, Biology Club 1. DECK, ELAINE: F.N.A. 2, jr. Achievement 2. DENNIS, LARRY: Ir. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Play Prop. Com., Chess Club 3, Red Cross 4. DESANA, BILL: National Honor 3, V. Pres. 4, Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y Treas. 1, 3, Secy. 4, Debate Club 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, U.N. Club 2, 3, jr. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4, Classical Honor 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4, Sr. Class Pres., Ir. Achievement 2, 3, Rotary 4. DICKERSON, JEAN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, E.B.L.A. 2, 3, Secy. 4, Leaders Club Secy.-Treas. 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Gym Office 4, Mimeographing 4. DONER, VICKY: Seacrest High School, Florida 1, Biology Club 2, Y.F.C. 3, Treas. 4. DORN, BARBARA: National Honor 3, 4. DRAHEIM, ELAINE: Y-Teens 3, Biology Club 2. DUBRY, CAROL: Peries 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Secy. 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Secy. 4, Nurse's Aide 2, Gym Office 4, Ir. Play, Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Majorette Alternate 3. Z1 DUNNING, SHIRLEY: Y-Teens 3, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, Student Dance Director 4, Fresh- men Open House. DUTY, JED: National Honor 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Classical Honor 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, Treas. 4. EARL, LILLIAN: National Honor 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Chaplain 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, jr. Ring Com., Cowboy Roundup Com. 4, Leaders Club 2, 3, Secy. 4, Y.F.C. 3, 4, Jr. Achievement Treas. 2 and 3, 4. ECKER, JUDIE: Zets 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, jr. Achievement 2, 3. ENRIGHT, SANDY: Y-Teens 2, 3, F.N.A. 1, Biology Club 4. EUBANK, MARILOU: Zets 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Dramatics Club 4, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Banquet Com., jr. Achieve- ment 2, Projection 1. F ALKENBERG, CLIFFORD Committee lllelllbfff for lhnl wort imporlfml affair -ffllae Cowboy Rowzdulb-were row one-Lifljazzz Earl, Roz Cedoz, Indy IFNEJ' and Huber! Clifford: rou' f11'oWGary Mallory, Sarah Sozifla, Margie Ma- iecki, and Tom Rier. FANAFF, ALLAN: Forum 2, 3, Secy. 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Student Council Repres. 3, Na- tional Honor 4. FELLHAUER, JOHN FISH, HOWARD: Jr. Classical League 1, 3, 4, Classical Honor 2, Debate Club 3, 4, U.N. Club 2, 3, Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4. FISHER, DONNA: Zets 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Treas. 4. FLINT, BEVERLY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. FORDERER, LARRY: 3, Secy. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 1, Sr. Banquet Com. FOX, ROBERT: National Honor 3, Pres. 4, Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Chaplain 1, 2, jr. Classical League 1, 2, Classical Honor 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, jr. Play Com., Stu- dent Council 4, Student Council Reprcs. 3, Red Cross 1, Band 1, Rotary. 22 FRANK, WILMER: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Football Mgr. I, 2, 5, Head Football Mgr. 4, Bas- ketball Mgr, 2, 3, 4, Track Mgr. 3, Activities Of- fice 5, 4, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Play Prop. Com., Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Edelian Circulation. FRY, NORMAN: Macombcr l, 2. FUCHS, TERRY: Track 2, 3, 4. FUERST, NANCY: Y-Teens 4. FULLER, JACKIE: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Mimeographing 4, Main Office 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4. GALE, TOM: Lib 1. it .2 GALLOWAY, ARNOLD: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, jr. Prom Com., Sr. Play Com., Student Council Repres. 4, National Honor 4. Sally Taylor, Indy Slrll'llL'l'V, Hoznzrd Fifla, Indy Har- rif, Ray Sfezfem, Ghdrnzz Lzfrkf, Matt Kolb, and Arnold Glzlflllllklj' flefl I0 right in illuylmliofzj lmfz- dled Ike lli'6'.l'011l9 delfzily llmi gave the .refzior play az ,l71'0fe.v.s'i0m1l lamb. GARNER, jANICE: National Honor 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Debate Club 3, 4, Sr. Banquet Com. GARNER, jOAN: Y-Teens Z, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 4. GERHAUSER, LYNN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, F,T.A. 3, 4. cs1-EsM1aR, JOAN GLOVER, EDDIE: Ullman High School, Birming- ham, Alabama 1, 2, Football Varsity 3, Track 3, 4. GOCKERMAN, MARjORlE: Zets 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 5, 4, Sr. Memorial Com., Choir 4, Mimeographing 4. GOODALL, ANDREW: Waite High School 1, 2. 25 GRAFF, CAROL GRAYBILL, LINDA: National Honor 3, 4, Phils 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4: Biology Club 2, Secy. 3: F.N.A. I, 2: Red Cross 2, Library Aide 2: Choir 2, 3, Secy.- Treas. 4. GREENWALT, LINDA: Zets 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 2, 3. HAHN, DONALD: Biology Club 2, 3, Treas. 4: Chess Club 2, Seqf. 3, 4. HALL, STUART HALLOWELL, BILL HALLOWELL, NANCY: Waite High School 1. HARRIGAN, BOB HARRIS, JUDY: Phils 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com., Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Repres. 3, 4, Football Queen 4, National Honor 4. HARRIS, PHIL: Howe Military Academy, Howe Indiana 1. HARRISON, CHARLESENA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, jr. Achievement 2, F.N.A. 4. HARTLEY, SANDRA: Y-Teens 4: U.N. Club 2, 3, V. Pres. 4. HARTMAN, ERNIE: National Honor 3, 4, Clas- sical Honor 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, -Ir. Classical League 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4. HAYNES, DORIS: Y-Teens 2, 3. HEATON, DICK: National Honor 3, 4: Classical Honor 2, 3, 4, Forum 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 jr. Clas- sical League 2g Debate Club 2, 3, Secy. 4, Golf 2, 3, Capt. 4, jr. Play Com.: Sr. Prom Com. HEFT, DENNIE: Student Council Repres. 4. HEHL, RAYMOND: Projection 1, 2. HEINZ, DICK: National Honor 3, 4: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, Track 2: Crymz! Page Editor 3, Co-Editor 4: jr. Play Com. 24 HELLER, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2. HENDERSON, DAWN: Y-Teens 4. HIGHTOWER, TOM. Gym Officc l, 2, 3, 4. HIRTH jERRY HOCHSTETTLER, DEANNA: Peries 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Sr. Announcement Com., jr. Achievement 2, 3. HOLLOPETER, TOM: Biology Club 2. ig.. .. .E 1: gp ..: I . I . HOLMES, KATHERINE: Zets 2, Y-Teens 2, Sgt.- at-Arms 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, jr, Classical League 1, Dramatics Club 4, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com. HOLST, SHARON: Zets 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Sr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Memorial Com., jr. Achievement 2, 3, Choir Sec'y. 4, Rhythm Round- up 4. HOPKINS, CHUCK: Hi-Y 1, Basketball 1, Band 1, Pres. 2, V. Pres. 3 and 4, Student Conductor 2, 3, 4. HOSKING, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2, 3, Gym Of- fice 4, jr. Achievement 3. HUBBARD, MIKE HUEBNER, SALLY: Cafeteria l, 2. HUNTLEY, BOB: Track 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pro- jection 1, Orchestra 3. jACKSON, jUDY: National Honor 3, 4, Zets 1. Z, 3, Rec. Secy. 4, Biology Club 2, V. Pres. 31 F.N.A. 1, 2, Reporter 3, Pres. 4, Iideliazzz Layout Editor 4, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Memorial Com., Leaders Club 2, Dean's Aide 1. jACKSON, RHODA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L,A. 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 3, 4, Leaders Club 3, V. Pres. 4, jr. Play Com., Y.F.C. 3, 4. jACKSON, TOM: Macomber 1, 2, 3. jAHNS, TOM: Forum 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, 4. AKAB SUZANE Cla l Wooclwzrcl l Rh thm J , 'I Y 9 1 2 Yo Roundup Com. 3, 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com. 4, F.N.A. 2. 2- sgnww SKIN I .v 'Q W 3 la! ,S ,R 5 an if 'ef , f JAQUES, VICKI: Y-Teens 2, 3, F.N.A. 1, Jr. Play Prop. Com. JENKS, JUDY: Peries 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 3, Reporter 4, Red Cross 1, Biology Club 2, Edelifm Faculty Editor, Copy Editor 4, Jr. Ring Com., Cow- boy Roundup Com. 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com., Book Room 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 4, National Honor 4. JOHNSON, BARBARA: Whitiley 2, Y-Teens 2, Y.F.C. 3, Debate Club 4, Leaders Club 3, 4. JOHNSON, CONRAD: Q.D.'s 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4, Hi-Y Repres. 1, 2, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Classical Honor 1, F.T.A. 2, 3, Debate Club Treas. 4, Czyx- fa! 3, Sr. Prom Com., Jr. Play, Sr. Play, National Honor 4. JOHNSON, JUDY: Zets 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens Repres, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Classical League 1, F.N.A. 1, 2, Treas. 3, V.-Pres. 4, Biology Club 2, Main Office 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Play Prop Com., National Honor 4. JOHNSON, Tom JONES, JERRY JONES, ROSEMARY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Edelimz Sr. Editor 4, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, Student Dance Director 3, 4, Freshmen Open House. JONES, SHARON: National Honor 3, 4, Peries 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4, Dramatics Club 4, F.T.A. 3, Cryrfal Page Editor 3, 4, Jr. Ring Com., Jr. Play, Sr. Play. KELLER, TERRY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. 2, Activities Office 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Edelifm Cir- culation. KENNEDY, LEO: Scott 1, 2. KERN, HOWARD KILELL, RONALD: Hi-Y 1, U.N, Club 2, Foot- ball 1, 2, Track 1, Baseball 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. Bill Kimzer, Rodger Skilliler, Dick llVdf6'1'7IlzI!Z, ,fllazrilyaz Mifler, Indy Karla, Demzmz Hochrlfeller, and Diane Len! Ueff I0 right in iffrzrlwzfiofzj referi- cd Moe derigu for .veuior a1z1zoz1m'e21ze1zl.f. KIRBY, DOROTHY: Y-Teens 2, 5, 4. 26 S 'gi 3 . EVP -I-:' . of t Q ak 4 argl? 3 4 Sm 4Q1. 4 2 I I "1 zisig. , W if ' " A ' 4:31513 ' , aa fl ,fa 3 is KIRIAN, DORIS: Y-Teens 2, 33 lf.B.L.A. 2, 3, 43 Gym Office I 3 Mimeographing 4. The Se'.'Ilffll" 'lrif' C'Nll!lllfffCc', who r1.s3i1n'ed llve .wwf- imit nf 41 well-pffvillecf lrip In ll"'tz.s'hi11g!f111. D.C., and New York City, are tfeff In rigbl in iflfflfzuz- fimzj D011 Smith, fllm'il.y11 Leilajm. Shirley I!0'l'!L'.l. and ferry Zedfifz. KISTNER, BILI.: Q.D.'S 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Choir 1, 23 Football l, 2: Track 23 Sr. Announce- ment Com. WW..-an KOEPFLER, IERRY: Red Cross I 3 Bowling l,2,3,4. KOHRING, ELIZABETH: Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Biol- ogy Club 2, Sr. Roundup Com. 33 Majorette 3, 4. KOLB, MATT: Q.D.'s 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Cl'iH'fzIf Co- Editor 43 Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4. KOLODZAIKE, DIOHN: Q.D.'s 2, 3. Treaa. 43 Basketball Varsity 3, 4, Baseball 43 Student Council Repres. 4. KORB, -IUDY: National Honor 3, Treas. 43 Zets 2, Censor 3, V.-Pres. 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 23 Sr. Announcement Com.: Choir 2, Ac- companist 33 Pres. 4. KOTHE3 BARBARA: St. Ursuline Academy I. KRAVETSKY, BARBARA: Phils 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.B.I,.A. 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Sr. Banquet Com., Rhythm Roundup 3, 43 jr. Achieve- ment 33 Gym Office 4. KRAVETSKY, IIM: Bowling Capt, 3. KREPS. LAUREN KROHN, SUE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 3, Rec. Secy. 43 lfdefiml Lay-out Editor 4, jr. Play Prop. Com.: Sr. Play Prop. Com.3 jr, Achievement V.-Pres. 23 Rhythm Roundup 3, 43 Student Council Repres. 4. KULCZAK, IOHN: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Baseball 5, IQ Football I, 2, Varsity 3, '13 1956's Most Valuable Football Player. KUNKEI., BERNIE Z7 ,M 3 ,.,, ....., il? I 4 -si' I-uf iz -f-r I .f -it --:3 WWW rl W any it f .X wi it , ka 5 ef QE. -gi H V . VV -3. , - W X Q. gf 4 i f .fk K an --am I . gg! ,aa af 1,31 , , 1 3 , gates.: I y We Q1-'Q' A' -al, gff:3f,1i is-:M '. . . KUNSTBECK, CHARLES: Biology Club 2, Chess Club 3, 4, Debate Club 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com. LABEAU, LORENE: Zets 1, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, jr. Achievement, Mimeographing 3, 4. LANDRY, CAROL: Central Catholic 1, 2. LANGE, BILL LANGSTON, HESTER: F.N.A. 4, jr. Achievement 2, 5, 4. LASKO, SANDRA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Play Prop. Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4. LAUGERMAN, JOHN: F.B.L.A. 4, Gym Office 3, 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com. LEAL, DIANE: Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Announcement Com., Red Cross 2. LEIBIUS, MARILYN: National Honor 3, 4, Peries 1, 2, 3, Censor 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Treas. 4, Band 2, Librarian 3, Pres. 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Trip Com., Rhythm Roundup, 2, 3, 4. LENZ, NAOMI: Y-Teens 3, 4, Choir 4. LEON, ELAINE: Zets 1, 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Y- Teens Treas. 2, Repres. 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, Treas. 2, Hist. 3, Librarian 4, Biology Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Sr. Class! V. Pres., jr. Achieve- ment, jr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play, Rhythm Round- up Com. 3, 4, Nurse's Aide 2, National Honor 4. LEUPP, EDWIN LINGEL, RONALD: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, jr. Play Prop. Com., Projection 1, 2, Rhythm Round- up Com. 2, 3, 4, Activities Office 3, 4. Edelimz Cir- culation. LOCKETT, ROBERT: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, Baseball 2, Track 1, Student Council Repres. 3, 4, Sr. Memorial Com., Choir 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. LONG, BARBARA: National Honor 3, 4, Classi- cal Honor 1, Zets 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, jr. Clas- sical League 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 3, Dean's Of- fice 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 3. LOOS, VALERIE: National Honor 3, 4, Phils 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, jr. Repres. 3, Sr. Repres. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Edefifzn Sr, Editor 4, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Play Prop. Com., Rhythm Roundup Com. 4, Deanls Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Mimeographing 4, Handbook Com., jr. Prom. Com. LUCKS, GUDRUN: U.N. Club 1, Sr. Play Com., Projection 1, 2, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. LUSCOMBE, ANN: Peries 1, 2, 3, Corres. Secy. 4, Y-Teens 2, Reporter 3, 4, jr. Prom Com., Dean's Aide 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, National Honor 4. Z8 3 3 .W Q3 ,.. , gg., 5 A ., 'V . ::' X 1" of EF T: Ij?iE5? ': -2- wg -:' :ag wyggy ,, QW? 5561. at att Wm. ii,-Q44 li 3flil3'iif'1t-Sw MCCABE, LARRY MCCLURE, BILL: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. McCONOUGHEY, JUDY: r.B.i..A. 2, Biology Club 4. MCCORVEY, VONCILEQ Y-Teens 2, 4. McGEE, MIKE: Q.Dfs 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2: Football 1, 2, Basketball Ig Track I, 2, Tennis 4: Choir 4, jr. Achievement 2. MCINTYRE, jOHN: jr. Achievement l, 2. MALLORY, GARY: Q.D.ls 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Bowling 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2: jr. Play Prop. Com.: Cowboy Roundup Com. 4: jr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms. MALLORY, LAWARENCE: Lib 1. MARCKEL, LINDA: Nurses Aide 3. MASON, jOI-INNY: Waiite 1, 2. MASON, LEONARD: Waite I: DeVilbiss 1, 2. MATECKI, MARGIE: Phils 2, 3, Corresponding Seey. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: jr. Classical League lg Biology Club 2: F.N.A. 2, Secy. 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-captain 4, Crjzrfazl 4, jr. Ring Com.: jr. Play Prop. Com.: Cowboy Roundup Com. 4: Library Aide I, 2: National Honor 4. MATTIER, HARVEY: Chorus 1, Choir 2, 3, 4. MATZINGER, LARRY: Chess Club 2: Football 1: Activities Office 4: Eu'eIif111 Circulation. MEEKER, BARBARA: Walite 1. MERCURIO, BOB: Bowling 3, 4. MEYERS, CAROL: Zets 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: F.T.A. l, 2, Chaplain 3, Secy. 4: Sr. Class Secy.-Treas.: jr, Play Com.: Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, 4, Deanls Aide 1, 2, 3, Student Council Repres, 4. MILLER, jUDY: Y-Teens 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Mimeographing 4. 29 It , Bi ai-ww., "Km-..,,, :if , we f-qy 'I MILLER, MARILYN: Phils 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, jr. Classical League 1, Council 2 and 3, 4, Crystal Advertising Mgr. 4, Sr. Commence- ment Announcements, Student Council Repres. 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. and Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup 3, Nurses Aide 2, U.N. Club Treas. 3. V. Pres. 4, National Honor 4. MILLER, WILLENA: Y-Teens 2, 3, Choir 4. MIX, JERRY: Forum 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Hi-Y 1, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Prom Com., Cr'y.vl.1l Page Editor 4, National Hon- or 4. MOCK, NANCY: F.B,L.A. 2, 3, 4. MONTGOMERY, CHARLES MOREY, BOB: Biology Club 2, Chess Club 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, jr. Classical League 3, 4. MOSSMAN, BARBARA: Y-Teens 3, F.B.L.A. 2, ,,'- 3 'i A Vfzezfer-fo-he forgnllezf' jlfziior-Sevliflr' Prom wa! f1cfJie1fed by joyfe Prwzlife, Skip ffzlazzmfz. Dick Heaton, flldy C07l1?fll'.l', !0l'LliL1II llwaldflzalz, Elaine Carier, and ferry Nlix ffefl In riglol in illlrxlnlliofzj. MOYER, MARILYN: National Honor 3, Secy. 4, Classical Honor I, 2, 3, 4, Peries 1, 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4, Y-Teens V. Pres. 2, 3, 4, jr. Classical League 1, V. Pres. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Play Com., Activities Office 4, Student Council 2, Secy. 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Freshman Open House, Deanls Aide 1, 2, Edefiml Circulation 4, Valedictorian. MURASKI, MARY ANN: Y-Teens 1, 2. NEHRING, MARCIA: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, Activities Office 2, 3, 4, Edelian Circulation 4. NESBITT, MILTON: Parker High, Birmingham, Ala. 1, 2, 5. NEUBERT, LILLIAN NOWAK, RONNIE: Macomber l, 2. OATES, BOB: jr. Classical League 1, 2, Football 2. .,,.,.. . ,,,, , ,, 30 as is 1. 2, 2 . : "': f"':' 1? fr""f' OBERDIER, ROGER: Macomber l, Z: Y.F.C. V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Rhythm Rouundup 3, 4: jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4: Choir 3, 4. OBERLE, JOHN O'NEILL, GERALDINE: views 2, F.B.L.A. 2. OPENSHAW, SHIRLEY: Phils 2, 3, Treas. 4: Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, jr. Achievement Secy. 25 Cr'y.u'fal 3, 4g Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. OROURKE, MAUREEN: F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. OSBORNE, BONNIE: Phils 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Rhythm Round- up Com. 35 jr. and Sr. Play Prop. Com.: Main Ot- fice l. 4 N .. A 54454 . 2323241 M ,. - .5 ,gi QSM? 13: V Sli fa., ZS" I it 14 " 'F ll i. . ..,..,, 1 H, ' vi " - Wwzfsfarsiarraarxa W? OSTERUD, JOYCE: National Honor 3, 4, Zets 2, 3, Corres. Secy. 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, C'r'ym1! -'ig Main Office 2, 3, 4. foyfe Relwz, Barham Kra1fel.f,6y, lllclfjlflll Enbfmk. Lfzrry Furderer. George Slanfey, Dare llVU!1.l'6l', Szfrie Belair, jamire Gawzer, and frm Bnzwfea' frnuxr 0110. nw, fhree. lefl to riglal in jHll.lfI'rIljll,'1, made file Seuirn' Bfmqlrel az .r1n're,r.i'. PALENSKE, JOANN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. PANNING, BONNIE: If.B.I..A. 2. PATTON, JON: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Sgt.-at-Arms 1, 43 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Basketball lg Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4: jr. Play Com., Sr. Memorial Com., Student Council Repres. 35 Na- tional Honor 4. PESCHEL, JEANETTE: Scott 2. PIDDOCK, PAULINE: Cafeteria I, 2, 3: Student Clothing Teacher 4. PILCI-IER, RONALD: Cr'y.u'lizl Advertising Editor 35 Iidefjalz Advertising Editor, Athletic Editor 4, jr. Play. POPE, HERB.: Macomber lg Chess Club 3, V. Pres. -ig Tennis 2, 3, 4. 31 - . f fr, - 1 .,.. . 0 -:r i 3, , 1. ,Q . 4: ., ,333 ra r R 'ff . , rpcwj ,X 9 if-, 3 akgigskgya, ,, iii . 11- : :,-,g,,-fy'...- Ja, -,g .. POSADNY, MARY ANN: Y-Teens 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Mimeographing 4. PRENTICE, JOYCE: Zets 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup Com. 3: Jr. Play Prop. Com.: Sr. Prom Com. PRUSS, EDWARD PRUSS, JIM: Macomber 1, 2. RAMBO, LEE: Hi-Y 1: Band 1. RAMSEUR, ELAINE: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens Chaplain 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Majorette 3, 4: Band Treas. 4: Dean's Aide 1, 2: Rhythm Roundup 3, 4: Jr. Play Prop. Com.: Student Council 3, 4: National Honor 4. RAY, GRANT: Y.F.C. 3, 4. RECTENWALD, RON: Maumee High School 1. REED, SHARON: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: F.B.L.'A. 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 4. REHM, JOYCE: National Honor 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Debate Club 3, 4: U.N. Club 2, 3, Secy. 4: Gym Office 3, 4: Sr. Play. REINHART, RON: National Honor 3, 4: Forum 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Crymzl Page Editor 2, 3: Jr. Class Pres. RIER, TOM: Hi-Y 1, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, Tennis 2 3 4 Cowboy Roundu Com 4 Jr Pla Pro , ., 9 p . -Q - y P- Com.: Sr. Play. RIOPELLE, RONALD: National Honor 3, 4: Y.F.C. Chaplain 3 and 4. ROBERTS, LAWRENCE: Forum 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Biology Club 2: Dramatics Club 3, V. Pres. 4: Track 3, 4: C1"ymz! 4: Sr. Memorial Com.: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4: Jr. and Sr. Play: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. ROESLER, JANICE: Zets 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 4: F.B.L.A. 3, 4: Nurses Aide 2, 3. ROLLE, JOHN: Woodward 1, 2. ROUSH, JUDY: Phils 1, 2, Censor 3, Pres. 4: Y- Teens Pres. 2 and 3, Inter-Club Council Pres. 4: Biology Club 2: F.T.A. 2: Cryrlal Page Editor 3: Ealelimz Club Editor, Copy Editor 4: Jr. Play Prop. Com.: Jr. Class V. Pres.: Deanls Aide 1, 4: National Honor 4. RUNGE, TERRY 3 z SAIDE MANIRA: U.N. Club 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor 4. SALZXVEDEL, RONALD: Band 1, Z, -lg Rhythm Roundup 2, 5, -ig jr. Achievement l. SANDERSON, PAT: Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 l7.N.A. 1, l7.B.L,A, 2, 5, -lg Nurses Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 5, I. SAUNDERS, BARBARA: Y-Teens 3, 4g Cafeteria I, 2, 3, 4. SAYRE, SUZANNE: Y-Teens 4, Biology Club 2, 5, Y.F.C. 33 Lib. 1. SCHATZ, DAVE: Classical Honor 3, Biology Club 2g jr. Classical League 5, 4g jr. Prom Com. SCHEFFERT, KENNETH: Biology Club 2. SCHEIL, CHARLENE: Zets 3, 4g li.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. SCHMAKEL, jOANN: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Gym Office 3. 4g Rhythm Roundup 3, 4. SCHMIDT, jOHN SCHNELL, jUDY: Pc-ries 1, 2, 3. Chaplain 43 Y- Teens 2, Secy. 3, V. Pres. 4, Biology Club 21 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Ijdcliizzz Pictorial Editor -'ig jr. and Sr. Play Com., jr. Class Secy.fl'reas.g Deanks Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 55 Student Council 1g National Honor 4. SCHROEDER, SHARON: Phils 1, 2, 5, 4g Y-Teens 2, 5, 4g F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4g Rhythm Roundup Com. 3, -'ig Sr. Play Prop. Com.g Student Council Repres. 4. SCHULTZ, PAUL SCHURTZ, BILL: Football lg Bowling 4, Projec- tion Club 3, 4. SCHXWARTZ, DAVE SELVEY, BILL: Band 1, Secy. 2, V. Pres. 3. Sgt.- at-Arms 4g Drum Major 2, 3, 4. SHANK, BILL SHIPMAN, DICK. Biology Club 2, ms. 5, -1, jf. gl and Sr. Playg One Act Playsg Chess Club 33 jr, Red Cross 5, 43 Dramatics Club 5, 45 National Honor 33 SHUGAR, JOHN: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 3, 4. Cf70fl,l'fIYg fl taken of vlaipi' layafly um the prnblwzi of ffae Senior fllelzmrifzl Cwzmlifleez D8lIf.l' ll"'af!ez'- rail. folz Pfzllon. Shnrmz Hofff, Margie G0t'kGl'1H1III. fffdy IKIFBJOH, Clay llvlvile, and Lazwezife Rnbwm' frozzxr wie, Iwo, three. feff fn righl in illl1.i'lmlir111Q. SHUMAN, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L,A. 3, 4, Leaders Club 2, 3, Pres. 4. SKILLITER, RODGER: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Commencement Announcements, Ir. Achievement Sales Mgr. 3, V. Pres. 4. SLICKER, SHARON: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Gym Office 4, Projec- tion 1, Ir. Achievement 2. SMALTZ, BILL: Baseball 1, 3, 4. SMITH, BEVERLY: Y-Teens 4. SMITH, DON: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 1, 2, Basketball Mgr. 1, Sr. Trip Com. SMITH, IODEY: Zets l, 2, 3, Treas. 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Main Office 2, 3, 4. SMITH, SARAH: Peries 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Dramatics Club 4, Iialelian Club Editor, Class Editor 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com., jr. Play Com., Cowboy Roundup Com. 4. SMITH WENDY: Y-Teens 2, jr. Classical League 2, F.N.A. 1. SNELL, JEAN: F.N.A. 1, 2, Nurses Aide 2. SOOKEY, SAM: Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, Bowl- ing 2. SPAULDING, FRANK: Macomber 1. STANLEY, GEORGE: Biology Club 3, Sr. Banquet Com., jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4. 34 STARNER, JUDY: Peries 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3g Dramatics Club 3, F.B.L.A. 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Nat. V. Pres. 4, jr. Achievement 2, Mimeographing 3, 4, Handbook Com. STEMMERMANN, KEN: Biology Club 2, Treas. 3, Projection 1, 2. STEVENS, RAYMOND: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com. STEVENSON, NANCY: F.B.L.A. 2, 5, 4. STEWART, LOREN: Projection 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Track 1. STINE, BILL: National Honor 2, 3, 4, Forum 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, 4, jr. Classical League 1, Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, C0-captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, Varsi- ty 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Pres. 4, Stationers Desk 3, 4. sToNE, DALE: Band 1, 2, 5, 4. STULTS, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2, F.B.L.A. 2, Nurses Aide 1, 3. STURDIVANT, AUDREY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. STRAI-ILEY, DAVID STRANGE, JAMES: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Lib. 1. ' STUBBLEFIELD, VICTOR: Hi-Y 4, Football 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Biology Club 3. SWANIGAN, NOLAN: choir 1, 2, 5, 4. Bnwing the cold of Thmzkrgivifzg Day wilb qzzeenly cligfzily are fzfdy Harris and her court, Barham Brzfg- gefmuz mul fzfciy Sclvfzell. TARASCHKE, PAUL 35 TAYLOR, SALLY: Zets 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Sr. Play Com,, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Activities Office 3, 4, Edelian Circulation, National Honor 4. TAYLOR, THERESIA: Y-Teens 1. TEAL, VIRGINIA: Y-Teens 4. THACKER, BONNIE: Zets 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens 2, Treas. 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Nurses Aide 3, jr. Achievement 3. THOMAS, DAN: U.N. Club 3, Debate Club' 3, 4, Chess Club 3, Student Council Repres. 3. THOMPSON, DIONE: Scott 1, 3, St. Ursuline 2, Choir 4. THOMPSON, ED: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Jr. Classical League 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2. THOMPSON, MIKE: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Track 1, 2, Football Mgr. 2, jr. Achievement 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Athletic Dept. 4. TRAIL, IESSIE: Y-Teens 4, F.B,L.A. 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club 4. TRIPP, JUDY: Phils 2, Y-Teens 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Testing Aide 2. TUBBS, LARRY: Football 1, 2, Golf 4, Tennis 4, Student Council Repres. 3, Choir 2, jr. Achieve- ment 3, 4. VOYLES, SHIRLEY: Zets 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4, Dramatics Club 4, Student Council Repres. 4, Eclelian Club Editor, Class Editor 4, Sr. Trip Com., National Honor 4. WAGANFEALD, JERRY WALDMAN, JORDAN: Oak Ridge High, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 1, 2, Forum 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Sr. Prom Com., National Honor 4. WALKER, KAREN: Phils 1, 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4, Y-Teens 2, Repres. 3, 4, Biology Club 2, jr. Clas- sical League 1, F.N.A. 1, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Edeliafz Faculty Editor, Club Editor, Ir. Play Com., Student Council Repres. 4, National Honor 4. WALLBANK, ELEANOR: Phils 1, 2, 3, 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Crymzl Business Editor 3, 4, Ir. and Sr. Play, Rhythm Roundup 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Debate Club 3, 4, Student Council Repres. 4, National Honor 4. WALTERREIT, DENIS: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, Secy. 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cryrtal Sports Editor 3, Edelimz Pictorial Editor, Athletic Editor 4, Sr. Mem- orial Com., National Honor 4. WANNER, LAWERENCE: Football 2, 3, Track 1, 2. 36 WA'I ERMAN, DICK: Q.D. s 2, 3, 4: Hi-X 1: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track 2: Baseball 1, 3, 4: -Ir. Prom Com.: Sr. Announcement Com.: National Honor 4. WATKINS, IAMES WEIGEL, IOAN: Y-Teens 2, 3: Rhythm Round- up, I, 2, 3. WEST, BONNIE: Y-Teens 4. WESTFALL, BOB: Hurricane High 1, St. Albans High, W. Va. 2, 3. WES'I'RUP, MARCIA: Y-Teens 2: Nurse's Aide 2: Ir. Achievement Z, 3, 4. WHITE, CLAY: Football l, Varsity 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball 1: Track 1, 2: jr. Ring Com.: Lib. 1: jr. Achievement 2, 3: Rhythm Roundup 1, 4: Student Council Repres. 1, 2. .4 sa ali ' "' :S k .W WHITE, MARGUERITE: Akron East, Akron, Ohio 1, 2, 33 Y-Teens 4. WILLIAMS, IAMES: Track 2: Sr. Play Prop. Com. WILLIAMS, MARY LEE: Y-Teens 2, 5, 4: Biology Club 2. WILLIAMS, THOMAS: :Forum 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, Treas. 33 Biology Club 2, 3. WINTERHALTER, FRANK: Y. F. C. 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 3: Choir 3, 4. WISNIEWSKI, DON: Dfs 3, 4: Basketball Ig Football Z, 3: Track 2. WOBSER, DAVID: Forum 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Projection 1: Football Mgr. 3, 4: Basketball Mgr. 3: Track Mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4: Cryflal Photograph- er 4: Sr. Banquet Com.: National Honor 4. WOLFERT, ROSEMARY: Y-Teens 4: U.N. Club 1, 2, 3, Secy.-Treas. 4. YOUNG, BARBARA: Scott 1, Burnham 2, 3. ZEDLITZ, GERALD: Forum 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, Varsity 3, Most Valuable Basketball Player 4: Track 1: Sr. Trip Com.: National Honor 4. ZILBA, IANICE: Choir 2, 3, 4: Projection 1, 2: jr. Red Cross 1. Sellimis' llvjfhflllf Picfizrei' BRAZIER, RONALD COLEMAN, BARNETT: Macomber 1. HOWARD, RONALD JOHNSON, MARYLEE NAGUCKI, ROBERT WOODCOCK DAVID eg Q. 5' 1 M' ia Q gy! :Y as N Q31 4' "' a ""i at M if asf ,N Mi llmvbwy Rounclup was Class of '57's first The Fuutlmll Quccn, Judy llzliiis, amd her Flglxliiiig big miilcs, Clhuck and lflu success. attendants, Barb Biuggcmim and Judy pose fm' thc plmtiigixipluw. Schiicll, clmim everyone ill the Cowboy Ruuiidup. The lung and nlwrt uf thc btllikll' Llgim Bula Fox speaks ul opal: lwumc. 4 , , Kgucn XX'ulkc1' und ,lorry Mix. Bob amd Sliiiiwii enjoy iuml amd fun at thc Tri-Lit Roast. Villcric, Barlu, and Skip luke ai lwiulilmui' ln "Lima, hero wc umm!" "Swing your PilI'll1Cl', Dcnicfu twucn squarc dances. M 52 ' Sfllflfl' flfxfj 11111: WHUI' 13111 11lL'11l'1L1gL' 11111i111' 1.L'UIl 1SilI'1W 15I'lI31j.I4.'lIl1llI clLlI'U1 1N1cyc1m l ay: 111Ll1l1L' C111'tc1' vluycc RQI1111 S111ll'l7Il ,I1111cS 'Q4 olhlfl, l71'f1f1w'fi1'.11'n1.ff11fil!cc': 15141111114 Hcft H111'11.11'.1 K1'11vc1S14y Al " All 15111'1Aic, jr. 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Row 3ffSandra jimison, Shella Spaulding, Virginia Garn, Nancy Bernritter, Bonnie Lamb, Bonnie Bartlett, Mary Ann james, Lu Ann O'Brien, Florence Sandford, Ruth Gerding. Row lfjim Harris, Ronnie Bock, Doug Beehler, jim Dauer, Bill Kellar, john Terrell, jim Clark, jim Nickelsen, Charles Thitford. Row Zf-David Burgin, Philip Layne, Eugene Stubbs, Nathan Wzlldinan, Andy Benson, jim Shelton, David Barnes, Don LaFramboise, Dick Hartman. Row 3-Bob Hochmuth, Rick Witcher, Charles Holtfreter, jerry Walterreit, Lee Harris, David Suzor, Mike Moelf ler, Brian Lonsway, Ira Peery, Felton jackson. Row lfjulia Price, Barbara Walters, Donna Posaclny, Lena Haton, jonnie johnson, Mary Houser, Mary Lou Kreps, Maureen Moersch, joyce Fletcher. Row 2ffDiana LaForge, Gloria Warejkzi, Martha Stone, Nancy Kordell, joan Norton, judy Eisenmann, Sandra Nash, Natalie Hill, jane Schlicher, Barbara Carey. Row 5--Melva jay, Ruth Thompson, judy Knapp, Carol Probert, Susan Van Tassel, Linda Unger, Mary Loos, janice Toney, judy Day, Sue Gartz. cameo A Daman .luly 8, 1940 - January 26, 1957 All of us who knew jim and were touched by his wit and sense of humor were deeply saddened by the suddenness with which he left us. A fine example of American youth, jim was active in his membership at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and in its young peoples organization. We extend our sincere sympathy to his family. 40 lunior Class Officers: Loft to right, 'lim l'1glI'I'l5, vine Dluniox' Rcprcsg-ut.1livc5 to Student floumil: Lclt to lvrcsillcntg Mary Kay Holfmlm, lI'CllSLlI'CfQ lN1gu'y right, Vludy ElSC1ll1'l21l1ll, Bill Marolm, Pete Kalkcln. Loos, sccrctnryg .md Pctc Kgxkcla, prcsillcnt, and .ILltl,'KI1Lll7lU. -fm Www' mr, unlor Prom COIDITIIHLL Lclt to rlght Tom Merritt, unlor Play Comrmttcc Left to flight Sharon Tur Mirage Yutzy john Lubnombe Daw Potter jonnic ner B111 Marohn Mary Ann Kam Henry Pauly olmion bug Laynodx md rss Keller C1rol Probert Bob Memardx Barbfrrr Mycrb Tom lf' f K . . S H-at A Y 46 W E J 5, .:.. , S' in 1 was iv wi- Q r - Row I--f'Rol'lie Stevens, Clifford-Matz, Willie Campliel , Bill lVladIlen, Bill Waeljonall, Sam Halliek, Charles Aber- nathy, Bob Retzloff, Paul Garland. Row 2fDennis Haas, Richard Evick, Ken Barnaby, Lyle Woolley, john Austrew, Mike Lengemann, Ronald Krero- wiez, Bill Dukes, Tom Olah. Row 5ffMike McClure, Ted Fuchs, jonathan Lewis, Edward Soriano, Lee Katz, Don Bope, jim Gebhart, james Batema, Don Shafer, Ceaser Walker. Row I-fMiriam Williams, joan johnson, Barbara Bedra, Mary Lou Gilmore, jean Hueston, Brenda Cunningham, Katie Moore, Norma Madden. Row 2--fMargaret Loyer, Louise Yoh, Barbara Hoot, Emma Lee Moore, joyee Curtis, Shirley Cossins, Roberta Manecke, Carol Hessman, Lenett Poitras. Row 3 f'-' -Sandy Graham, Margie Yutzy, Sue Booher, Sue Dashner, Marilyn Senff, joanne Harris, judy Gallagher, joyce Thompson, Mary Kay Hoffman, Sue Laycock, Row If-'Alan Vinson, Albaeli Manfred, Ray Gall, Duane Fink, Dave Tipping, jim Andros, Bob Meinardi, Bob Maidlow, Frank jeffries. Row 2--fKeith Raitz, john Luscombe, jon Bartell, john Matzinger, joe Higgins, jim Busick, Don Hill, George Mummert, Richard Kandik. , Row 3-Dick Kennedy, jim Batch, Tom Hauman, Adrian Wllll2lll15, jim Shugar, Dave Potter, Pete Kakela, Bill Marohn, Richard Leary, Henry Pauly. 43 Row If--Virginia Geronimo, jann Kleis, Sharon Heising, judy Diebert, Erdine Laman, joyce Taylor, Patricia Gray, Marilyn Sliwinski. Row 2-- -Sherrie Vea, Shirley Sheets, Irene Wliite, Noni Wzilters, Kathryn XX!arren, Ellaweze Bwunlee, Patricia Harris, Sedaleyer Houston, joyce Artz. Row 5-Nancy Kornath, Bernice Hoffman, Vicki Prosser, Sharon Manz, Donna Harris, Carole Boswell, judy Frayer, Dianne Rozanski, lfaith Sours. Row If-Larry Kern, john Harrison, john Riley, john Thorpe, john McDougel, Paul Person, Richard Billups, Gary Sprague, jim Gomer. Row 2-julius Sheffield, Bill Howard, Wfilliam Laliayett, Dennie Fox, jack Maples, john Partin, james Rill, joe Grant, Gary Eaton, Dave Kerschner. Row 3fRichard Wagner, james Perry, Billy Going, Henry jerome, Ronald Ignasiak, Edwin Borton, jim Burgess, Howard Harris, Dean Smith, Tom Merritt. Row lflrene Kamza, Sandra Schroeder, Melvene Mcliarland, Pat Woods, joyce Kamza, Teresa Czerniak, Mary Lou Hodges, Pat Kothe, Dorothy Oliszewski. Row 2fMary Moore, Sharon Timpe, Pat Harrison, janice Green, Ann Grunst, Terilyn Shook, Merian Grant, Margie Mason, Carol McCarthy, Elester Langston. Row 5-fjean Meyer, Bonnie Morse, Harriet McCalough, Pat Strange, Cornelia Rice, Barbara Lundy, Marilyn Camp- bell, Darilee Cooper, joann Graham, joanne Van Steenhurgh. i L1 !k r mwqw 'Q F wa!" J - O 'Rf , Thu junior Ring Committee: Left to right, Mary Lou Gil- more, lift-tl Smith, Harriet Rumscy, Bill Nelson, 'lon Wil- Tlic tri-lit roast was great fun for thc juni linger, Biirlw Bctlrn, rind -lulic Wctclmcr, 42 Row 1fCarolyn I-limes, Rosemarie Hyna, Joanne Henry, Phyllis Strzelecki, Jessie jones, Nancy Yunker, Darlene Beaupry, Marietta Young, Mary Ann Crofoot. Row 2fMartha Vance, Sharon Cousino, Rita Riasecke, Pat Lange, Ruth Dreyer, Ida Gill, Beverly Linden, Shirley Rall, Evelyn Stukey, Ivana Montrie. Row 3KPat Fels, Rosalie OiRourke, jettie Brown, Pat Wallace, Sharon Turner, Edith Palmer, Mary Mathews, Dessie Davenport, Shirley Kisseberth, Marilyn Lowry. " 3 "t' Q , aa ,ff 'S New Row l-Tom DTSal'le, james Palmer, Richard'Dangler, Larry Merlil, Sterling Frizzell, David Sitzenstock, Dennis Kohn, Dave Antolini, Patrick Steiner. Row 2-Godfrey Rodriquez, Doug Laugerman, Larry Hardy, Leon Russell, Roger Cox, George Krueger, Frank Ball, Dwight Griffin, Harold Hedges, Dennis Rodriguez. Row Bglohn McClure, Dale Adams, Richard Rhonehouse, Roy Aloysius, jAlan Aufderheide, Michael Baranek, Melvin Dotson, Buzz jameson, james Krueger. Row 1-Chris Ganzert, Mary Lou Shepler, Stella Casburne, Linda Gearhart, Rosemary Parker, Betty Reynolds, Gitta Hahne, Sally Saide, julie Wetcher. Row 2-lerrie Taylor, Nata Lucas, Karen Hanna, Donna Moore, Diane Ramsey, Carol McMorgan, Nancy Missler, Versie Hayward, Lora Morrison, Harriet Ramsey. Row 3vCharlotte Salazar, Dorothy Simmons, Annie Lutchey, Carmen Gray, Erma jean Culliver, Sandra jones, Kay Robinson, Karen Lemke, Virgie Smith, Kathleen Trumbull. Row 1-Harvey Browning, Fred Smith, Richard Leal, Steve Paluck, William Nelson, Lee Mayer, Paul Strabley, Bill Mitchell, jim Beilharz. Row 2fDave Woolford, Tom Robinson, joe Talamantez, Jerri Lewis, jerry Brown, Bob Nagucki, Bill Robison, Bill Trimmer, Ross Mize. Row 3-john Mason, Floyd Foster, Willis Lundy, Bill Garbe, Kenny Mason, jim Heller, jon Willinger, jack Rob- inson, Robert Pozniak, Robert Palm. f'1 Row 1-Diane Pauken, Vonnie Gurgin, Pat Dankert, Suzanne Peters, Joan Wadsworth, Pat Wood, Barbara Lee, Katherine Bacon, Marlene Betts. Row 2fCarolyn Collins, Juanita Craig, Mary Ann Nietz, Jo Anna Spaulding, Barbara Carey, Dorothy Hill, Shirley Williams, Ada Stanley, Shirley Daniels, Judy Funk. Row Bi-Luanne Helman, Joyce Meyers, Jane Putnam, Carol Bay, Jessica Keller, Melinda Johnson, Rosanne Harri- son, Sharon Schoettley, Barbara Myers, Marie Hoile. Row 1-Bill Knack, Bob Myers, Mitchell Hills, Daniel Kulczak, Don Perry, Dave Witmer, Larry LaBeau, Jim Driano, Adrian Vinson. Row 2fThomas Hill, Dave White, Maurie Reardon, Bill Logan, Joseph Majchszak, Dennis Minnick, Gerald Speel- man, Frank Calipetro, Willie Kynard, James Ammon. Row 3--Terry Williams, Gene Hendon, McKinley Williams, Don Lycley, Joe Sondys, David Vines, Thomas Ylfil- liams, L. C. Banks, Rudolphus Simpson, Tom I.. Smith. Row I-Ruth Watkins, Barbara Tesluk, Nancy Stahl, Mary Ann Keim, Bonnie Fryman, Carol Beringer, Gerry Pa- cholski, Sue Vogelpohl. Row 2fSharon Wenger, Doris Townsend, Judy Culbertson, Ann Reuman, Judy Wintersteen, Barbara Peterson, Suzanne Francis, Joyce Hatfield, Rita Hill, Judy Irons. Row 3-Judi Swartz, Carol Matzinger, Rosalie Petres, Judy Shovar, Joan Haberstich, Arlene Harbaugh, Donna Cash, Nancy Gerschultz, Georlene Adkins, Sandra Gibson. 48 Row 1 Tony Olvcra, Tino Mendoza, Wlillis Coleman, ,lim Murdock, Tom Fellows, Burton Ciousino, 'lolin Kurtz, Gerald Wicliliski, lfrcdcrick Haas. Row 2 Clinton Howard, Dan Smith, Bill Dictsili, Ronald l'uszizcwii'z, -Arnold hlacluson, Tcrry Darr, lfdwin XX7ic- linski, Carl Clark, Clay l.al"aysttc. Row S laik Slcin, Daniel Perry, Vlamcs McNcal, Davc-Vlunsscn, Richard luvis, Nocl Powers, Oi. Macklin, jerry Moore, 'lcrry Perry, XXfarrcn liradlcy, liolw Porter. S? A JUNIOR PLAY CAST , Mary Lou Gilmore Bob Meyer Judy Fraycr ,fl V Vicki Prosser Ba1'ba1'aBeilra Tom Fellows a jolly Gallagher Don Hill -lack Robinson AIAlZ1Il Aufderlieiclc PROPERTIES AND SCENERY COlVUNfl'l'TElj HQ 77 Mary Loos Margarct Loycr ear Q4 Maureen Moersch Sue Laycock Kenny Mason l-Ia1'vcyB1'owning Miriam XX'illian' Melinda Johnson Ronnie Bock Dave Wliitnlerf Bill Nelson Jane Schlichcr Sharon Sclioettlcy Dave Antolini Dave Tipping Dave Potter jesse Keller Sue FrzJnCiS Daviil Barnfs lim Niflcclscn lon XX'illingc-r Margin- Yufzy Qi ,M .xv i Purley Penguins up Llllllfk' in liakiniu Luml. lQlLll'l3.lI'Ll Ziluln-1, li.11l11lrgl -lxyiicw, iiml llcvcfly Mille-1' xing Hlllllllllh Mary Kay .xml M.li'3gic .lic un thcii' toes LIN usual. uml Limwf' Huh Fc.1i'i15iil4'. Tum Smith, Hill Hcrffumn, :mil Hub lfux--iliiliggiilr Milrilyh, Clgliul, zlml -limi ll1ll'Il1L7I1lZC "Hut Diggctyf' vllsr Duugg Bcchlcr gixrs his vwsiun of hillbilly mp. On Twp uf OIL' Srmwlu-5 '," RUSL'lN.lI'5' Llama tlmwugli .1 "XX'intcr XXlUINlCl'l.lllLl.N 51 S0104 0711 ored Sophomore student council members: Tom Water- Top sophomore magazine salesmen: Left to right, man and Sue Case. Marilyn Mead, Peggy Liester, Shirley Hirauye, and Bob Schroeder. Row 1-George Kelley, Thomas Byersmith, Pat Kelley, Lester Hess, Bob Turpening, James Anderson, Robert Free- man, Ronald Henck, Gary Robarge. Row 24Willie Bate, James Schaffer, Bob Robinson, Tom Bettridge, Samuel Smith, Fredrick Swihart, Marvin Elkins, Bob Hersch, Art Barrie. Row 3-Arthur Harbaugh, Allan Higgins, Jim Benzinger, Joe Kenower, William Foster, Craig Thompson, Bruce Ewen, Jeffrey Kime, David Kemmerley. Row 1-Aracelia Pueste, Judy Thompson, Sharon Stange, Anne Marckel, Lynn Overmyer, Barbara Gillen, Christine Najero, Josephine Flores. Row 2-Judy Paluck, Joyce Wilcox, Clida Price, Mary Watkins, Karen Cordrey, Janice Pimienta, Dorothy Warejko, Delores Russell, Joyce Jarzynski. Row 5-eFrances Heller, Sharon McCreary, Darlene Fike, Peggy Leister, Marilyn Mead, Sandra Leitner, Ruth Jones, Annie Logan, Sandie Young. Row 1-Don Eyrse, Ted Ronfeldt, Steve Palmer, Matheno Bryant Bey, Deleno Washington, Bernie Schiffer, John Edwords, Daryl Frey, Charles Harris. Row 2-Ray DeChristopher, John Davis, Louis Weston, Henry Ensley, Jim Graham, Larry Gatton, Eddie Hehl, Jim Duty, Raymond Parker. Row 3AJerry Davis, Garry Lingel, Jim White, Joel Enright, George Meschke, Guster White, Marvin Lamp, Ronald Murphy, Bob Rieck, Larry Tracht. 52 v NM' f ' iv Aww 5.1 'Wie' -ya' h"uwmWw ,V k Nw.. in if .A aff A-C lf WM 'EV .,- Nw .Nw .W it 'WN E-i lil wg, Row lv-Sue Donovan, Patti Pasch, Rickey Beaupry, Carol Erwin, Ruthann Rober, Gretchen Schultz, Connie Moore, Norma Moll, Pat Eldridge. Row 2-Linda Schmitt, judy Kinkaid, Cynthia Warrren, Peggy Hess, joan Westgate, Maxine Dashner, Sharon Os- terud, janet Pasch, Sandra Kelting. Row 3-Ann Haase, Martha Anderson, Bonnie Upton, janet Potter, Darla Hull, Melanie Graham, Miriam Vetter, Barbara Brooks, judi Telb. Row I--WCruz Gomez, Larry Reardon, Robert Heinemann, Floyd Williams, Bill Ammann, Charles Atkins, Harry Richards, Bernard Hackenberg, Warren Capers. Row 2fLawrence Sherman, jim Muham, joe Riopelle, Patrick Timiney, Frank Williams, Richard Sanders, Gordon Simmons, Fred Scarbrough, Tom Ireland. Row 3-Bob Selb, Gary Olson, Richard Moreland, Dick Stackhouse, Fred McIntyre, Kenneth Currie, jerry Hock- ett, Larry Fuller, Paul Boyd, Scott Barbour. K Row lf-Shelby Langenderfer, Dorothy Bernritter, Gesinellischer, Carole Kirk, Ruthi Below, Ann Furry, Sue Morey, Darlene Hennessy, Sharon Helman. Row 2--4Maude Banks, Leola johnson, Dolores Rickard, julie Lininger, Nancy Gibson, Ruby Pike, Carol Katz, Diane Swank, Katy Grun. Row 3fLuella McCurdy, Sharon McDonald, Betty Davis, Mickey McCarthy, jane Knepper, Nancy Mueller, Phyl- lis Finks, judy Popp, Marcia Radke. Row 1----Harold McKee, Norman Nichoson, Paul Stubblefield, jim Gwin, jim Pitchford, john Durfee, Ken Peneff, Andy Kandik, Fred Kindle. Row Zf---john Kramp, Bob Harris, Arthur Butts, Bill Ott, Roy Constible, Donald Althaus, George llbeling, Paul Wilson, jim D'Amato. Row 5- -Dan Schneider, jim Mather, Gary Metz, Rick Brown, Lester Brown, Leo Bannister, George Keller, Harry Madden, Harlan Kurhendall, john Harrer. 55 Row I--vCynthia Palmer, Dorothy Carlton, Nina Brown, Mary Ann Weideman, Daisy Rambus, Shirley Hirauye, Sharon Easley, Teresa Sleighton, Diane Betts. Row 2ePat Delker, Charron Kelsey, Janet Walls, Margie Ward,, Lenora Chinn, Carol Krieger, Sandra Patrick, Lin- da Hammond, Barbara Davidson. Row 3-Dorothy Davis, Joyce Rice, Sharon Hinman, Connie Minnick, Sue Case, Margaret Hunt, Pat Barhite, Bever- ly Bellups, Jessie Wigfall. Row 1iLeslie Giles, Tom Fuller, Tom Ringel, Roger Duffey, Pat Young, Rollie Stevens, Dave Schultz, Del Rymers, Gerry Shuman. Row 2-Coty Hurst, John Fitzsimmon, Glenn Smith, Willard Flegle, Glen Cerrantz, Paul Rieker, John Clapp, Roger Burnett, Val Johnson. Row 3-Don Morris, Bill Thornton, Robert Rogers, Gary Deal, Dale Hosking, Nathaniel Savage, Robert Slasinski, Torn Vaughn, Donald Meyers, Rolland Pacer. Row 1-Jennie Lee DeCesare, Janice Schlegel, Judith Opperman, Janice Graham, Christine Moore, Madeline Barnes, Delores Walker, Joanne Thom, Connie Wood. Row 2-Carol Giffin, Jean Hemple, Gloria Leary, Sharon Emch, Rosemarie Chadwick, Susan Rotert, Earlene Wil- liams, Barbara Eckman, Elizabeth Himes. Row 3-Sue Hubbard, Patricia Barker, Judi Durliat, Sara Hamlin, Brenda Petres, Janet Heil, Jean Kahn, Annie Jones, Elaine Garczynski. Row L-Johnie Brown, Riles Harrison, Bob Kime, James Dixon, Roger Anderson, Jim Limongi, Steve Roberts, Philip Webster, Donald Coger. Row 2-Peter Smith, Eddie McFarland, Marion Orange, Bob Schroeder, John Sullivan, Richard Mariea, Michael Lothery, Carl Lesterman, Charles Jeffery. Row 3-Allen Daniels, John Eakin, Eugene Patterson, Al Barner, Tom Reichert, Bruce Tarsek, Tom Royes, Tom Embry, Norris Conlson, Melvin Embry. 56 ,Q YL vw S-nl I fr M W Im hw . . ' img ,Q SW my 'V 4 Q Q 1 as 5' V if 3 M -as 5 Y i it Q 4 K I Q . we J Wim I p A 'QWV mmf . ' .wa ,, km , .A fm ,Aw ht M v M 'W' My haw 4a,u5,....M , Row 1-Brenda Barnett, Dorothy Dawson, Ann Terrill, judy Nagy, Peggy Bollett, Sharon Hoffman,, Carol Wech- tel, Kathryn Nunn, Sylvia Magdlino. Row 2-Sonia Hershey, Ruth Kime, Sandra McNutt, Brenda Bolander, Kay lfahringer, Karlene Stickley, Shirley Smith, Mary Taylor, Carol jean Gipe. Row 3-Sandy Saba, joyce Long, Karen Gehm, Sharon Redden, Delores Kahl, Pat McGee, janet Kyer, Sharon liavio, Shirley Grindle. Row I----judy Huddy, Sarah McClellan, Lillie Davis, Hazel Gill, Carol Mag, joAnna Long, Diane Holst, Martia Lathery, joann Barth. Row 2-joAnne Cupilary, Ethyle Lineberger, Ruth Pierson, Margie Workman, janet Berry, Pat Witkowski, judy Newman, judy Kothe, janet Posadny. Row 3-Clara Whitaker, Gloria Mitchell, Pauline Stewart, Elizabeth Pearson, Carol Peters, Patty Graham, Audrey Ratliff, Connie Clark, jane Palms. Row 1-jon Ritzman, john Sturdivant, Gilbert Fair, Don Spurlock, Herbert Stoekard, Phil Clinger, jerry Cunning, Bob Knight, Marvin Kutzke. Row 2-Edward McNeal, Dave Berndt, Larry Youngs, Ernie Hitte, Dave Roberts, Harold Macklin, jim Irons, George Taber, Forrest Page. Row 3fDavid Kasten, Bob Hightower, Alvin Olszewski, Wesley Wolfe, David Franks, George Newcomer, Henry Panning, Ronald Esmond, Tom Cook. Row 1fLeroy Cramer, Robert Prue, William Squire, Bob Reynolds, Vic Dull, Nick Purd, Tom Robinson, Lerry Severence, David Kine. Row 2'---,Don Falkenberg, Henry Cooper, Melvin Coltrane, Ray Russell, Bill Schlagheck, Lewis George, Robert Ulli- son, Bill Whitton, Don jaffke. Row 3 'fjack Bolduan, Charles Knierim, Elwood Raylord, Isaac King, Tyrone Adams, Tom Holewinski, Steve Peter- son, Dave Zeno, Alex Dedes, joseph Mays. 59 Row 1-Sandra Bumpus, Mary Jane Forbush, Ruth Keim, Beverly Jean Miller, Leona Bacon, Wanda Meals, Wanda Lewis, Joyce Ann Hill, Betty Jo Hill. Row 2-Judy Harris, Susan Miller, Barbara Jaynes, Lynn Marvin, Margaret Lengemann, Sandy Dowling, Jean Mann, Nancy Tucholski, Ann McCarthy. Row 5-Dorothy Green, Shirley Neeley, Lillian Hardison, Katie Washington, Pat Snell, Virginia Fanaff, Minnie Peters, Beverly Miller, Barbara Zibbel. Row lfTom Waterman, Ronnie Morton, Frank Sondys, Fred Gratop, Lewis McCorvey, Jerry Thomas, Juice Wil- kes, Bean Washington, Eddie Shepler. Row 2fBob Glow, Tom Roberts, Jim Danford, Malcolm Smith, Fred Rogge, Glenn Bigley, Mike Crum, Larry Friend, Gary Hamilton. Row 3-William Lewis, Joe Craley, Ralph Ward, Dale Raczkowski, Ron Kemmerley, Gary Tarasewicz, Lee Engle- hardt, George Evenu, Stanley Byanouske, Sook Sutton. Row 1-Marlene King, Sharon Lee, Nancy Wood, Jackie Starner, Elnora Johnson, Janice Dukes, Judy Schellhase, Wardell Horton, Betty Kynard. Row 2-Barbara Rupley, Pat Falkenberg, Paula Cossins, Sharon Braun, Virginia Crapsey, Carol Carpenter, Alda Farber, Barbara Guziolek, Sharon Rahm. Row 3-Kathlene Frank, Barbara Heshley, Shirley Clapp, Nancy Ryle, Pat Supica, Barbara Beatty, Judy Melle, Bar- bara Tate, Sandy Barnes. Row 1+Bill Marquis, Gary Bowles, Charles Lemay, JimLenahan, Frank Kronfield, Bill Sisco, Ray Perkins, Louis Pattin, Dick Neer. Row 2-Lutz Hahne, Terry Maurer, Ronald Murdock, William Olmstead, Charles Rust, John Hurst, Jerry Beeching, Del Bristol, Darrell Hansen. Row 5YRoy Gonia, Jim McConville, Floyd Cary, Tom Pope, Tim Kennelly, LeRoy Anderson, Lee E. Grover, Jerry Heller, William Cunningham. 60 W Q 5 , gg 'VPN A to , 6' . may A :rw Q Y .' K M . ' ln, V Q: ww f- Q A ff "' W , 5 ' N " 7 f-ff A., gl"26AI'l'l8l'L Row 1 ---f Ruth Robertson, Sharon Baikhimer, Pat Kern, Rose Williains, Sue Mcfirary, Sherry Miller, Linda Thom, Sally Solazar, Vlacquelyn Shulze. Row 2 Brenda Prescott, Gail Moise, judy Kenower, Carolyn Hamilton, Becky Dauer, Emma Miller, Rovella Beauch, Sue Wfitmer, joyce Ellwood, Cecilia Gonzales. Row SW- josephine Smith, Pat Fleck, Mary Carol Sarvis, janet O'Neil, Marsha Dolby, Sharon Hayden, Ruby Henry, Amelia Bolanud, Roberta Gutting, Mary Beth Ganss, Row 1- -rfr Kenneth Buckey, Dale Wilcox, john Rodemich, Michael Fulton, Bill Herzig, Duane Hoefener, Franklin Laplante, Lloyd Allen, Richard Kc-im. Row 2fRichard Streit, Gary Schneider, Robert Harrison, jim Hasenaur, David Osborn, Jim Kretzinger, Richard Barber, Kenneth Miller, Bill Sterling, Carey G. Ammons. Row 5-f Barry Bashore, Edward Garrett, Dick Ewen, Dick Schroeder, Milton l.ee Stewart, Uennis Marvin, Dave Meyer, Gary Slicker, Tom Beck, Owen Moore. Row If-Mary Duran, josephine Lumbreras, Carol Smith, Barbara Fox, joAnne Grisham, Karen Wetzel, Judy Leal, Mary McKitrick, janet justus. Row 2--Judy Campbell, Lorrine Helton, Mary McFarland, Sharon Wfeeder, Sharon Koeclan, Leah Kronmann, Betty Price, Eva Wright, Glenna Morris. Row 3efArlene Machalski, janice Schmidt, 'lean Hall, Bertha Perry, Mary Ann Osborn, Sharon Albert, Mary XXfhitl'ield, Yvonne Redden, Paulette Frederick, Mary Russell, IW iff f ld 1 if 092 .1 ' y Ifrcslmmnn stmlmt council officers: -lolm Top frcslmmnn IUi1K!j1lZil1L' salesmen: Luft to right, Riclmrt Strcit, liglrlxlrgl P.1ttc-rson and Sun- Vzm Knrscn. Ijmlhurst, Clmrlcs Cornwall, and Tom Taylor. 63 NM Row 1'-john Ball, Bob Clapp, David Fink,, Bob Kotsrhke, Kenneth Zerk, Don Bnumgartner, Charles Mugler Carl Schrnidr, Bob Ignatowski, Robert Knuck. Row Zvlirank E. Brown, Virgil Carmony, Phil Warlswortli, Bill Clapper, Eugene Grzymkowski, -lannes Hnrtwig Willtei' Ronald, Fred Rafe, Tom WlHfCfl12llfCf, john Hollopeter. Row 3---,Neil Cook, Walter' Hayes, lack O'Neil, jim Vffollenweber, jim Borton, Glenn Browning, jim Somerville Gary Tubbs, Glen Mahan, Peter Morrison, james Willianns. V 64 Row I-fTheresa Ramirez,, Susie Lowry, Nona Gronau, Joyce Jameson, Sandra Popp, Linda Ramseur, Linda St. John, Alice Grasser, Patricia Eckert. Row 2-Carol Kellar, Gloria Head, Marlene Hudank, Loretta Landis, Helen Mummert, Linda Longbrake, Kay Knott, Ruby Anderson, Kathie Werzel. Row 3-Sherri Szajkowski, Janet Genung, Sharon Steiger, Helen Pisarski, Judy Fineske, Beverly Wright, Sandra Geer, Carol Eldredge, Judy Bressler, Barbara Halteman. ,. A., Charlie Thompson, Larry Prlckett, Jim Merritt. Row 2-Denny Murphy, Donald Collins, Richard Piddock, John Knott, Herbert Reed, Bill Shepherd, James Brack- man, Ronnie Sansing, Dan Pope, John DeMars. Row 34Tom Gorsuch, Bob Hayton, William Weichel, Warren Leith, William Taraschke, Larry Cook, Ed Looman, Terry Flynn, James Beauregard, Mike Jenks, Ken Najarian. Row 1-Sara Jane Stutz, Diana Kindle, Darlene Mills, Judy Young, Pauline Ott, Ruby Reid, Patricia Amos, Doris Murria, Willie Byrd. Row 2fBarbara Czerniak, Linda Miller, Carolyn York, Judy Funka, Susanne Woodcock, Diane Crum, Betty Ann Smyth, Carolyn Moulton, Judi Rominski, Mary Ann Goodwin. Row 3fJudy Terrell, Conchita Boyd, Barbara Wood, Nancy Lee Sass, Patti Davis, Pat Winn, Peggy Whetton, Bette Richardson, Jane Smith, Darla Ray. Row 1--Willey Dale, Bill Bradshaw, Winfred Locke, Bob Pfeifer, Ernie Frye, Bostic Marshal, Terry Piotraschke, Julius Williams, Denny Garver, Dick Kolb. Row 2fWayne Reece, Dean Meyers, George Hallenbeck, Martin Broun, Jack Evearitt, Garrel White, Fred Freeman, Fred Kutykl, Jan Evans, David McSeod, Chuck Taber. Row 3-Lorenzo Smith, Bob Mix, Nick Hazard, Bruce Beckurth, Bill Fuller, Lawrence Jarrins, John Zeno, Dean Shack, James .Malohn, Walter Holston, Dick Barnum. Row 1-Jackie Allison, Christine Rolle, Barbara Julius, Jane Rogers, Lorena Hargrave, Carol Najero, Shirrel Van Tassel, Doris Dawson, Suzette Rayburn. Row 2fMaggie Williams, Thelma Williams, June Whitfield, Barbara Campbell, Caroline Hornyak, Barbara Finney, Margie Przepierski, Henriettta Sutton, Bonnie Casburne, Sue Emme. Row 3--Linda Griffin, Louise Lay, Rita Neal, Roberta Corwin, Joan Korb, Patricia Reece, Gladis Banks, Judy Bru- no, Rita Allen, Sandy Armstrong. Row 1-Bill Hubbell, Attison Digby, Jack English, Ronnie Stockman, James Brug, Walt Huebener, Dennis Schor- ling, Sam Mason, Kenneth Morris, Ronnie Eckert. Row 2-Tom Taylor, Michael Teague, Michael Errington, Raymond Russell, Tom Wirick, Ronald Burgess, Hank Louis, Marshall Bester, Abbott Frederick, Jim Garner, Victor Ramsey. Row 3-fRoger Newcomer, James Szymczak, Sonny Woods, Larry Wright, Gary Keller, Stuard Dungan, David Wei- lant, Jim McGee, Bob Wicks, Marten Greunke, Joe Rice. E . 3 4 V.,-fr-fan! fw .E an inf' E 2 2 E ' ras. 6 0 -5 W :E- I 'limi q,.: ov IP' bu... 4 if ' W'-.......v-w" 71 E LJ Q' 'vu f"'E. 2: FDD :: 2: : ., TQ VC gc ,-:Z ff' Z'-1 .. Q, Q, Q 337: ., QV? 'sf Q3 3: 7,5 F5 V9 9:-J H 32 5: :Xe VT :w 'I , ,- 77 : -J TJ : E F NC 77 E C 72 Q I 'X ff : :.. C Z M I - 3' E S7 - . . , . . , . . . . Row 2 Lddlc VICIIIQIUS, Qcfclla Chaney, juan Belcher, Ixarcn Braun, Lorutta janowskl, Sandra C,a1'rotl1c-rs, hlaakn- Hing, Margaret Harris, Shcri Kay Court, Diana Sue Hccr, Row Bffjanicc Livings, Rowena Vlfilliams, Nancy Loc Keen, Marsha Criss, Eleanor Stcinwand, Darla-nc Dcffins, Carol Sun- Rc-ul, Tivila Bachtcl, blaniac WebstnAr', Bcvcrly Spratt. 67 --2 l .Mr 2 5 . 1: 0 J M , 1 W, ZR hy? Row lflames Saunders, Kenneth Stcinmiller, David Russell, Leo Talamanlcz, Darryl Krogrcl Tom SCl11TllLll llfly blcllrics, Clifton Gray, Bill Sager, Robert Schumann, james Parker. Row 2-W james Missler. Charles Cox, Bob Talamantez, Richarrl Danko, Aquilco Navarro, Bob MLC lfflly Cqlon Stafford, Oakie lfavro, Kenny Moore. Row 5 Enlwarnl Slatton, Melvin Tucker, lldward Powell, Chester Dyer, Gary Shinn, Wfillian C urncc Bill SLl'llLIl Hob Vea, Tom Inman, Charles Darrington. as Row 1fValerie Bolton, Kathy Vogtaberger, Barbara Fcehrmeyer, Sue Braunschweiger, judy Kopitke, Carol Ja- quette, Mary Schatz, Karen McGeary, Sharon Horn. Row 2-Paula Hayes, Roberta Shields, Barbara Jones, Sue Wilson, Elizabeth Terwilliger, Christine janowiecki, Carl ole Roe, Robie Ward, Ann Smith, Ann Brown. Row 5-Pat LeGron, Kathryn Veely, Betty Griffin, Linda Meyer, Annett Frank, Andrea Stifel, June Leibius, Brenda Dotson, jane Suzor, Sue Van Karsen. Row 1-flouu Owillolt, john Clfxenger, ' , Ron- nie Warns, Doug Becker, Bob Fyock. Row 2---Willie Richardson, Billy Rayford, Gerald Carpenter, Ralph Wobser, johnny Galloway, Leonard Alexan- der, Ronald Collins, john Petterson, Larry Steinbaugh, joseph Harris. Row 3-Paul Sprunk, Fred Lute, jim Ernest, Fred Grau, Sylvester Hills, Eric Schultz, Bill Manning, Earl Burgess, Elmer Hutchinson, Charles Cornwell, Samuel Russell. Row 1fiSarah Coleman, Barbara Pearson, Harriet Coleman, Grace Hamer, Frances Douglas, Pauline Howell, Carol Richards, Roberta Patton, Donna Rupley. Row 2-Sheila Burnham, Hettie Merkel, Sue Willinger, Sharon Lincoln, Marilyn McCloud, Roberta Barr, Janet Pryor, Bettie Wert, Barbara Dalton, Margie Watters. Row 5fMarcia Stoll, Marcia Hurley, Nancy Lange, judith Gantz, Myra Corey, Judith Myers, Verolyn Barnes, Bar- bara Resener, Wendie Sherrick, Dorothy Pelton. Row 1-Roger Broadway, jim Hutchinson, Gerald Snyder, Fred Saunders, Gordon Campbell, Robert Brazier, Wil- liam Sanders, joseph Belcher, Fred Sumrow. Row 2-Weil Warner, jerry Roepke, Terry Schnell, George l-lasselkus, james Kunstbeck, Bob Lute, Roosevelt Love, Bill Hartzell, Warren Colcer, Thomas johnston. Row 3-fOlin Hood, Gene Weills, Dick Smith, Raymond Lothery, Willie Brown, Franklin Luther, Richard Garner Ron Radke, Robert Allen, Melvin Brown. Row I-Linda Franklin, Barbara Spaulding, Alene Smith, Bonnie Tullis, Ruby jackson, Nancy Robinson, Donna Vanderwulp, Caroline Stuart, Barbara McLennan. Row Zrfl-'atricia White, Sandra Kay Meyers, Carol Melcher, Margo Moyer, Mary jo Mann, Edna Brooks, joan Brooks, Geraldine Ellsworth, Lorna Long, Melanie Given. Row 3-Sandra Voegeli, Sue Luhring, Louemma Carr, Nicole Kendall, Dorothy janiszewski, judy Rennhack, Bar- bara Curtis, Carole Haase, Mary Ann Majchszak, jean Lay. Row 1fWillie McCowey, Kenneth Chambers, Dick Elder, Bob Bulter, Melton Wallace, Bruce Kern, Alfonso Graham, Martin johnson, Carlton Butts, Robert Kruzel. Row 2-Calvin Banks, Thomas Vines, Michael Schnieder, Ken Boldt, jim Ellis, Willie jones, George Worden, Har- dison Brooks, George Edwards, Craig Dotson. Row 3-Louis Dotson, Nick Purse, Ray Bottles, john Bremer, Mike McCown, Ed Russell Ward, Darrell Taylor, Tom Ferguson, Marvin Balin, Dave Mall. E L Q B wa 5 'A - . . sf ... 5 Z ' fy? ,-3' ' w lfsklflkllll Pzlutz, Clmznlottc Sutton, Iclclla Riley, l-QlllI'L'l King, Santlrn Ciitmliow, Evan Gclinc Ulis, Louise l"I'ilIl, janet Buclircr, Mary Ann Zicntclo, xx' 2 --Mary fmt-y', liirlmrtt XXfill.ml. lXl.1l'QL1l'C'l lltill, hloytc Sutcr. lJg1I'l.l Cicrtling, Mary Day, M.1ry Sue XY'illi11gu1', .lutly Harlow, Susie lirtl, Sliirlcy Hall w 5 Mac lfitcli, Susie Link, Mitrlcnc llost, c,ill'0lyII C,urry, Karon licntlitll, liurncstinc Cninplmll, Bitrlmm .lack- mon, joytc Om-rstrcct, Mary Aitn MtNutt, Piitrititt Sliumatc. -1 X1 , ' E iff gi-.W"'i tw? m, ' lf! to IM: Q J Q it af f ? f s it it 5, 3 5 2 EM 5 Row lfMona Zolciak, Marcia Shustcr, Nancy Groah, Mary Ann Watltcrs, SantiraRaw1ings, Sharon Davo, Blanth Loudcrdale, Sandra Lovc, Doris Boyd. Row Z'--Mary Mcchcr, Linda Moffatt, Patricia Voylcs, Dorothy johnaon, jcnnic McDowell, Susan Bon-hk, Clarnclla West, Bonnie Hoffman, Karen Path. Row 5'-Becky Meinka, Dalctta lfullcr, Margie jacob, Sharon Davenport, Nancy Roginski, Pat Jamison, Collccn Sterling, Carol Ann Rapp, joAnn Szymanck, Sharon West. 72 Row lfjoyce Riatz, Patty Lehr, judy lfrosch, Brenda Sund, Barbara Foley, Charlene Stoll, Carol Alexander, janice Grund, Edna Holt. Row 2-janet Kellermann, judy jones, Carol Woitzel, judy Stephenson, judy Meagher, judy Burmeister, Patti Bi- shop, Rae Lynn Garrison, Ann Reiter, Peg Bower. Row 3fHelen Rogers, Barbara Lindhurst, janneth Manthey, Nancy Manger, janet Stevens, Shirley Bowens, Sue Baars, Constance Powell, Sue Schneider, joAnne Hochmuth. Row lfllaxid f ' ,Robent Claneuce XYfat.son, Lanny K.i.Lian, M.a.t.her.l-y, Clayton, David Machanske, john Nelson. Row 2-Barry Pratt, john Groah, Douglas Oshern, Pete Osmialowski, Clark Krueger, David Albain, Fred Schikora, Don Bronson, Terry Hehl, john Moran. Row 3fRoger Sund, David Dittman, Terry Rupp, jim Striggow, james Anderson, Larry Farnham, Ronald Put- bress, Thomas Barker, jim Norris, Bob Paquin. Row 1-Ruth Anne Snyder, Bonnie Bigley, Carol Sue Ringel, Mitzi Klinger, Barbara Haase, Lee Ann Lokensgard, Sandy Kennedy, Marjorie jal-zab, Georgia Dominique. Row 2fDorothy Smilax, Sharon Hennessy, Grace Cunningham, Beverly jones, Kay Vlfeaver, joyce Andrzejewski, Donna Lazenby, Shirley jones, Susan Minnick, Libby Walling. Row 5fSally Gardner, Sandra Murphy, Sharon Hill, Angie Owens, Lessie Schley, Maggie Sommus, Mary Spangler, Sandra Snyder, judy Rupp, Lonnie Pritchett. ,. .2 i tbl Ap 2 s 5 5 E E S 2 4 2 S E 3 e 5 w 9 s 2 5 3 Z F4 5 3 E K 5 Z I i ZNPEE WKXM '-TM ' .1 ' , .7 - vi iiehwb WSWS!! 'K?E'J's4MT'QNiTSSf:5,""" CMT. ffm ,WW 2Jf"?-ffv Row 1-Jo Ann Clinger, Lillian Earl, Marilyn Moyer, Valerie Loos, Joyce Osterud, Barbara Dorn, Barbara Long, Janice Garner, Row 2wRonald Riopelle, Joyce Rehm, Marilyn Leibius, Mr. Rusie, Miss Gilbert, Jed Duty, Sharon Jones, Jerry Booher, Judy Jackson. Row 3-Dick Heaton, Ernie Hartman, Ron Reinhart, Bill Stine, Dick Heinz, Mike Corder, Bill DeSana, Bob Fox. Row 1fKaren Wfalker, Ann Luscombe, Judy Roush, Sally Taylor, Barbara Bruggeman, Elaine Ramseur, Judy Schnell, Elaine Leon, Shir- ley Voyles, Eleanor Wallbank, Judy Johnson, Row 2-Jackie Fuller, Manira Saide, Marilyn Miller, Judy Jenks, Mr. Rusie, Miss Gilbert, Matthew Kolb, Arnold Galloway, Margie Matecki, Judy Harris, Elaine Carter. Row 3-Conrad Johnson, Jerry Zedlitz, Denis Vifalterreit, Jon Patton, Jerry Mix, Jordan Waldirian, Dick Shipman, Dave Wtrbser, Al Fanaff, Howard Fish. Left to rightfBill DeSana, vice president, Ron Reinhart, activities chairman, Marilyn Moyer, secretary, Barbara Long, scholarship chairman, Marilyn Leibius, social chair- mang and Bob Fox, president. 76 NATIONAL f 7 X5 Jambi Wafiona onor ociefg UTO hold erect the flaming light of truth, to lead tl others may follow in the light, to keep burning in c school a high ambition to approach the highest ideals life and to recognize its greatest values, and to serve li ally, faithfully, and unselfishlyu is the purpose of the D tional Honor Society. To begin an eventful year, the L bey Chapter held a November pizza party in the home Marilyn Leibius, social chairman. In December, the mas line contingent of the Libbey group challenged Waite P dh fi' f r .W W .M Q.,. . ,x all hw Row l---Beverly Stevenson, Gitta Hahne, Barbara Myers, Mary Ann Nietz, Jane Putnam, Judy Knapp, Fred Smith, Donna Posadny, Mary Houser, Row ZW -Sue Gartz, Judy Eisenmann, l.uAnn Helman, Miss Gilbert, Judy Funk, Ruth Thompson, Sue Van'I'assel, Lou Ann O'Brien, Jane Schlicher, Row 3-Ruth Dreyer, Tom Hauman, Donald Hill, Henry Pauly, Melinda Johnson, David Jenssen, Dan Smith, Tom Robinson, Carol Probert. Row 1---Norma Moll, Carol Sue Ringel, Ricky Beaupry, Peg Bower, Sue Boehk, Pauline Ott, Linda Longbrake, Linda Moffatt, Sandra Ganchou, Mary XX'atters, Darlene Hennessy. Row 2-Sue Vanliarsen, Dorothy Smilax, lidna Brooks, Larry Jeffries, Anthony Zaper, Bob Pfeifer, Terry Piotraschke, Dorothy Bern- ritter, Kay XXfeaver, Marcia Griss, Georgia Dominique. Row 3-Jane Suzor, Jill Vogel, Gilbert, Fair, Susan Emme, Judy Stephenson, Mary Taylor, Carol Gipe, Carol Katz, Nancy Lange, Sandy VanDrew, Margie Jacobs. Row -1-"Barbara Haase, Darlene Mills, Marsha Dolby, Sandra Leitner, Fred Gratop, Kenneth Miller, Bill Sisco, Dick Streit, Judy Renn- hack, Kay Fahringer, Peggy Hess. Row 5-Peter Morrison, Don Althaus, LeRoy Anderson, Jack O'Neil, Ted Graves, Henry Panning, David W'eilant, Bob Schroeder, Tom Bettridge, Dave Osborn. Wafiona onor ociefy tional Honor athletes to a basketball game. Proving that Libbey can win scholastic honors, also, were society mem- bers participating in a quiz challenge with Waite here, and a re-match later on in the season at the rival school. Spring events arranged by scholarship chairman, Barbara Long, and activities chairman, Ron Reinhart, included the post-induction party for new members, a I.ibbey'-Waite roast, the Bm! the Clock Show' on April Fool's day, and the South Side Kiwanis Club college assembly program. To inspire underclassmen to better grades, the National Honor Society presented certificates to honor freshmen and gold pins to sophomores. Supervising the group in promoting scholarship, leadership, character, and service were Miss Jean Gilbert, adviser, Bob Fox, president, Bill DeSana, vice president, Marilyn Moyer, secretary, and Judy Korb and Jerry Booher, treasurers. F , Row l--Karen XX'alker, Siuidra Meyers, Judy Roush, Karen Peth, lNlr. lylartin, Terry Keller, lflaine Carter, Shirley Voyles, Connie Yfoonls, and Sully Taylor. Row 2-f-Judy Schnell. Sandra Murphy, Margie Yutzy, Larry Matzinger, Mrs. George, Mr. Rusie, Mary Kay Hoffman, Judy Jackson. Patty Fels Sue Krohn, Row 3-Roz Cedoz, Valerie Loos, Sarah Smith, Judy Jenks, Ronnie Pilcher, XX'ilmer Frank, Denis XX'alterreit, Ron Lingel, Rosemary Jones, Marcia Nehring. fc! f 9 lan, All the shouting, running here and there, and worrying seem worthwhile on Iidelipm day in June. The pictures taken and retaken, copy rewritten, and deadlines abhorred are justified when the "oh'sl' and "ah's'l are heard. Early in the year the yearbook staff had its dreambook well in mind. Then came the arduous transfer of dream to reali- ty. Though the 1957 annual may not be quite the dream- book visualized in September, the staff sincerely hopes that it is an accurate portrayal of Libbey happenings 1957. 78 who has helped' produce the4Ede!i.121 for twenty years. fir" 3 E 3 she-,, me-1, fs., Row IfEleanur XX'allhank, jnAnn Clinger, Shirley Openshaw, Margie lNlatecki, Nancy Kornath, julie XX'etcher. Row 1---Joyce Osterud, Matt Kolb, juciy Knapp, Carol Probert, Bonnie Lamb. Row 3 ffff Sharon jones, jessica Keller, 'IAlan Aufclerheicie, David XX'ohser. jerry Mix. Dick Heinz, Marilyn Miller. to right: Matt Kolb, ci and Margie Matecki, rs, reporterg aml Dick co-managing eciitorg Joyce Os- co-eciitors of page one: Sharon Heinz. co-inanaging editor, gyda! To sell a school newspaper, top quality must be maintainecl at all times. Quality is the hyworcl of the Crvyrfrzl. Annual- ly, staff members journey to the Bowling Green State University journalism Conference and enter the paper for Ll Columbia Scholastic Press Association rating in March. The Cryrffzl covers all news events concerning the school. It features editorials, club news, sports, cartoons, and the Inquiring Reporter, Through the hard work of the ad- viser, Miss Kay Quealy, the editors. and the reporters, the Cryxilrif has become an integral part of Libbey, 79 i pi, itil i Service to the school! This is the motto which the Student Council ably carried out in its varied 1957 program. The aim of service was accomplished through the promotion of good citizenship in our school. Among the activities TD which the Council supervised were the Area Sportsman- rlif-fllilig ship Contest, the Magazine Drive, the Thanksgiving Day W j Queen Campaign and Election, the election of the home room representatives, Libbey Loyalty Week, and the Clean- up Campaign. Council also helped with various jobs in O which all schools participated, such as, the Toledo Area sc A If Miss Shirley 'Haney and Principal Loy XX". Rusie discuss student council matters. Members of the student council fleft to right, top to bottom, Tom Wfaierinan, john Petterson. Sue Case, Bill Marohn, Elaine Ramseur, Bob Fox, Peter Kakela, Judy Knapp, Bill Stine, Miss Haney and Mi1Rusie, advisersg Sue Van Karsen, Judy Eisenmann, and Marilyn Moyer. 80 Teen-age Drive against Polio and the Area Student Council Dance. Home room representatives again functioned effi- ciently as coordinators between the Council and the stu- dent body and were of major assistance to Council in the Magazine Drive. Listed on the Council's social calendar were the football dance following the Libbey-Central game, a spring roast, and a banquet after the Magazine Drive. Capably leading the group were Miss Shirley Haney and Principal Loy W. Rusie, advisers, Bill Stine, presi- dent, Peter Kakela, vice president, judy Eisenmann, sec- retary-treasurer, and Tom Wttterttaan, sergeant-at-arms. e "Making a clean for the Clean-lip Campaign, are la left to tight in illustration, lilaine Ramseut, jess Keller, Chuck Hopkins, and Bill Marohn. Row l-Lorna Long, Terry Keller, jeannie Hemple, Ruby Anderson, Nelson Damschroder, jo Anna Spaulding, Pat Harrison, Shirley Vo.5d,es, Ea.t.Kc.llu' -lf, Many' Sd-H ' 2, J , Row Z--Sharon Schroeder, Rae Lynn Garrison, jane Suzor, Katie Xwashington, Tom Bettridge, Miss Haney, Myron Bohnert, jimmie Ellis, Tom Hauman, Brenda Datson, Sharon McCreavy, Ermajean Adams. Row 3-Sue Krohn, jean Snell, jessica Keller, jon Willit1gei', Le Roy Anderson, john Kolodzaike, jerry Mix, Ted Graves, john liakin, Lee Katz, judy Korb, Marilyn Miller. Row I ---' Karen XX'alker, julie Xwetcher, janet Kellermann, Sue Xvillinger, Larry Kern, john De Mars, Carey Ammons, Sandy Kennedy, Rovella Beauch, Eleanor Wfallbank, Nancy Robinson. Row lfjudy Harris, Sandie Van Drew, judie Telb, Sharon Osterud, Arnold Galloway, Phil Clinger, Miss Haney, Mary Kay Hoffman, Sue Laycock, jane Schlicher, Barbara Myers, Rosalie Petres. Row 3-V-Linda Blanden, Ralph XX'obser, Terry Flynn, jerry Heller, David Kemmerley, Larry Cook, Bill 'l'hornton, Bob Lockett, Chuck Hopkins, jim Norris, Dave Osborn. 1 H-arg, 5 D 'ns 'ls 81 To discover and encourage original talent, to create enthusiasm for scholarship, and to promote en- lightened leadership are the main objectives of the A W Periclean Literary Society. Peries sponsored the first .-,.. 'eg tri-lit meeting at which Mr. Packer spoke enter- X tainingly of his trip to Kashmir. Peries also helped make the tri-lit roast, tea, sox hop, and ball suc- X4 cessful affairs. The annual banquet, the Christmas program, and the Thanksgiving mass meeting were other projects in line with the Peri motto, "Secundus nulli," "Second to None." Peri Officers: Left to right, Ann Luscombe, corres. ser Sarah Smith, treas.g Judy Schnell, chaplain, Judy Jer v. pres.g Marilyn Moyer, rec. secy.g Marilyn Leibius, cl sorg and Sharon Jones, pres. eric eau ogferarg ociefy Row I-Barb Bedra, Donna Posadny, Judy Schnell, Suzanne Peters, Joan XX'adsworth, Barbara Bruggeman, Margaret Loyer, Ann Lus- combe. Row 2-Carol DuBry, Marilyn Moyer, Mary Loos, Judy Knapp, Mrs, Harriett Pheatt, adviser, Barbara Myers, Judy Eisenmann, Margie Yutzy, Sandra Graham. Row 33-Ruth Thompson, Carol Probert, Sue Dashner, Marilyn Leibius, Judy Jenks, Sharon Jones, Susan Van Tassel, Judy Gallagher, Roz Cedoz. Row 1wChris Ganzert, Miriam Wfilliams, Connie Wcvtid, Mary Lou Gillmore, Janet Berry, Janice Vlfales, Pat Delker, Julie XX"etcher. Row 2-Gesine Fischer, Jane Schlicher, Jill Vogel, Sue Schroder, Mrs. Pheatt, adviser, Jane Putnam, Sue Booher, Sue Laycock, Sandie Van Drew. Row 3-Judy Starner, Mary Kay Hoffman, Joan Westgate, Sarah Smith, Marilyn Mead, Melinda Johnson, Janet Potter, Deanna Hoch- stettler, Maxine Dashner. G.. Q-9 al J NU' S S it 'J' E, i .V,. Q V , S S ' VF ia The Phils chalked up another busy year beginning with Loyalty Week and the Waite Mass Meeting. Football season ended triumphantly when Judy Har- ris was crowned queen. To fill the treasury, the club sold pencils and greeting cards. The "Sadie Hawkins" dance began a series of events including a part in the Tri-Lit Mother-Daughter Tea and the annual ban- quet. In a more serious vein, the Phils contributed a Christmas basket and sponsored a literary meeting at which Libbey student, Gudrun Lucks, spoke on ,X "Teen-Age Customs in Germany." il officers: Left to right, Jess Keller, junior censor, ply Connors, chaplain, Judy Roush, president, Valerie os, vice presidentg Shirley Openshaw, treasurer: lilaine rter, senior censor, Karen W'alker, recording secretary, irgie Matecki, corresponding secretary, and Judy Harris, geililt-at-arms, O . O Row l flileanor XX'allbank, Sue Vogelpohl, Maureen Moersch, Nancy Missler, Joanna Spaulding, Judy Roush, Barbara Kravetsky, Jerry Pacliolski. Row 2--Sue Gartz, Mary Ann Nietz, Margie Matecki, Miss Mary Kirk, adviser, Linda Unger, Shirley Jean Openshaw, Judy Harris, JoAnn Clinger. Row 5 Bonnie Bartlett, Valerie Loos, Marilyn Miller, Judy Frayer, Jessie Keller, Carol Bay, Janice Tony, Judy Connors. Row 1 -Ruth XX'atkins, Ruth Keim, Cynthia XX'arren, Sue Hubbard, Sara Hamlin, Carole Kirk, MaryAnn Keim, Sue Donovan. Row 27'-Barbara Heshley, Jackie Starner, Elaine Carter, Miss Kirk, Sharon Schroeder, Judi Swartz, Sandra Gibson, Judy Durliat. Row 5 -Brenda Petres, Marcia Radke, Peggy Leister, Marilyn Seneff, Sue Case, Virginia Fanaft, Ann Haas, Connie Minnick. 1 i ,.. ' l ' , gs Q3 Mi 'zt' ' X , ..'.: sl 5 .:, , 1 5 . sv . sf W? W W 5' i 1 3 3 . .J is as ss V'Mn+iMaf A I sv. num-Mews . . t .M 3, 'HSSP' Row 1-Joyce Prentice, Elaine Ramseur, Bonnie Thacker, Shirley Voyles, Bonnie Borchart, Gitta Hahn, Mary Ann Houser, Judy Johnson, Row 2-Sally Taylor, Elaine Leon, Jodey Smith, Mr. Rusie, Jackie Fuller, Charlene Scheil, Barbara Long. Row 3-Susie Below, Linda Greenwalt, Sharon Hoist, Joyce Osterud, Mary Lou Eubank, Judie Ecker, Judy Korb, Janice Roesler, Judy Jackson. Row lfMickie Gaynor, Jane Ann Schwan, Beverly Stevenson, Sandra McNutt, Carol Irwin, Delores Rickard, Vonnie Gurgin, Mary Lou Kreps. Row 2-Rosemary Parker, Elaine Garczynski, Lou Ann O'Brien, Sharon Schoettley, Mr. Rusie, Ann Grunst, Sandra Jimison, Nancy Kor- nath, Barbara Jaynes. Row 3-Joan Haherstich, Rosanne Harrison, Kay Robison, Sharon Osterud, Bonnie Upton, Margaret Hunt, Peggy Hess, Carol Hessman. Zet officers: Left to right, first row, Joyce Osterud, corres- ponding secretaryg Gitta Hahne, censor, Elaine Leon, ser- geant-at-armsg Judy Jackson, recording secretaryg second row, Mary Ann Houser, historian, Jodey Smith, treasurer, Judy Korb, vice president, and Judy Johnson, president. 84 Zfakflzean oliferary ociefg Zets observed their motto, "Nihil sine lal:-ore,' "Nothing without workf' by engaging in such ac- tivities as selling name cards to the seniors and devil cards to underclassmen, planning the Macomber Mass Meeting, and sponsoring a tri-lit literary meet- ing. They also were Working participants in the tri- lit roast, tea, and spring formal. Fudge and tag sales were money-making ventures which helped finance the Zet scholarship for a deserving senior. Miss Aileen Eberth capably advised the group. -1 5 E fi f fir Row If-Tom XX'illiams, Rodger Skilliter, Allan Fanaff, Richard Heaton, Bob Fox, Denis Wfalterreit, David Vlfobser, lid Thompson, Gerald Zedlitz, Row ZA'--Tom jahns, Bill DeSana, jim Bowles, jon Patton, Mr. Wi1'iCk, adviser, jack Robinson, jim Bettridge, Lawrence Roberts, Hubert Clifford, jordan Xxftlltlllhllj, Row 5 fvButch Bohnert, jon XXfillinger, Ron Reinhart, Henry Pauly, Bill Stine, jerry Mix, David Potter, Peter Kakela, Bill Marohn, Wil- mer Frank. Row 1 --f,' Andy Kandik, Fred Smith, Robert Freeman, Steve Roberts, Bill Ammann, Toni Bettridge, Richard Kandik, Bob Meinardi, Terry Sevrenee, Tom XXfaterman. ' Row 24'--Bob Myers, Keith Raitz, Lee Mayer, David XXfoolford, Tom Hauman, Mr. Wi1'ick, Dennis Kohn, Toni Robinson, john Austrew, john Luseonibe. Row 3-ADavid Sizenstock, Bruce liwen, Gary Metz, Don Hill, Norris Coulson, Lee lingleliardt, Rick Brown, Ted Graves, David Kem- merley, Bob Hochmuth, Charles jeffery. Ofunl The school year 1956-57 was a produetive one for the Forum Literary Society. Topping the social cal- endar for the year were the Forum-Perie Bi-Lit Ball and the Forum Senior Banquet. The Central Foot- ball Mass Meeting and a pep rally before the De- Vilbiss Night Relays were all-student functions spon- sored by the club. Welfare projects were a Christmas basket for a needy family and a seventy-five dollar college scholarship for a deserving senior. E HRS U M Forum officers: Left to right, Corky Clifford, treasurerg jerry Mix, vice presidentg Al Fanaff, secretary, and Ron Reinhart, president. 85 -aa Row 1-Mike Thompson, Matt Kolb, jim Culbertson, john Harrison, Sam Hollick, Bill Alder, Don Wisiiiewski, Chuck Chrisman, Gary Eaton, Terry Keller. Row 2-john Shugar, Larry Forderer, Rodney Clevenger, Dick Watei'11ian, Mr. Miley, adviser, Bill Kistner, Tom Olah, Wfilliam Mc- Clure, Richard Achor. Row 3-joe Higgins, George Mummert, james Perry, Mike McGee, Ray Baker, Don Smith, john Kolodzaike, Lee Katz, Gary Mallory, Conrad johnson. Row 1-Marvin Kutzke, jim Harris, Don Perry, Larry Kern, Ronnie Bock, Roger Anderson, Darrell Hansen, john Durfee, Steve Paluck, Harvey Browning. Row 2-Pete Smith, Bill Nelson, Dave Berndt, jim Batch, Larry Merkel, Don LaFramboise, jon Bartell, Bob Selb, Malcolm Smith, Floyd Vifilliams. Row 5fJim Shugar, LeRoy Anderson, Bill Gai-be, jerry Hockett, Dean Smith, Tim Kennelly, Jalan Aufderheide, Tom Merritt, Dale Adams, John McClure. Qui! ana! Jagger Service to the school, education, and fellowship were the goals attained by the Q.D's this year. Dur- ing the Christmas season the Quill and Dagger sponsored a Yuletide program and a food basket for a worthy family. Along educational lines, the Q.D.'s held a monthly meeting with a speaker. The social program included a hayride and roast at Pearson Park with Dick Waterman as chairman, and a sen- ior banquet and dance. Mr. George Miley aided in planning and supervising the activities of the group. Z O 4 president, Larry Forderer, secretary, second row, Bill Clure, sergeant-at-arms, Ray Stevens, chaplain, and S t f W in illust rati on . l 21 Q. D. officers: Left to right, first row, Chuck Chrism MI k Johnson, vice president. John Kolodzaike, treasurer fn i is Z, it 1 2 M 5 g r if E , , , zaau'1"i,' 3 'KM Row Row Row Row Row Row Y officers: Tom Hauman, jr. Cen., Le Roy Anderson, cen., Bill Marohn, v. pres., Bill DeSana, secy.g Bill chaplain, Terry Severns, sgt.-at-arms. Standing, Luscombe, secyg and Skip johnson, pres. Rodger Skilliter, john Luscombe, Gary Mallory, Conrad Johnson, Bill Kistner, Tom Rier. Tom Hauman, jim Bowles, Mr. Needles, adviser, Ernie Hartman, jim Bettridge, jerry Booher. ,Ion Patton, Bill DeSana, Bill Marohn, Dick Heinz, Bill Bettridge, Henry Pauly. Harvey Browning, Fred Smith, Steve Paluck, Lee Mayer, Bob Myers, Bob Meinardi, Philip Layne. 4Bill Nelson, David Sitzenstock, Dave Witiner, Mr. Sigrest, adviser, Tom Robinson, Denis Kohn, jon Bartell. Don Hill, joe Higgins, Pete Kakela, David Potter, jack Robinson, jon Willingei', Bob I-Iochmuth. ogggeg i- y Their purpose of creating, maintaining, and extend- ing throughout the home, school, and community the high standards of Christian character motivated Hi-Y members to help during B.I.E. Day, serve at the Football Banquet, sell papers for the benefit of the Old Newsboys, and sponsor members in the youth and government election. Social events of the past year were a fall hay ride, swims at the Central Y.M.C.A., a dance on XXfashington's Birthday, and a spring roast. Truly practicing their purpose of realizing in com- mon life those ideals of personal and social living to which Christians are committed, the Senior Y-Teens sparked much of the 1957 activity about Libbey. Wfith the help of their adviser, Miss Ruth Allen, they organized the Macomber Football Mass Meet- ing, sold mums for the Thanksgiving Day Game, scheduled a post-football-game dance, planned the Football Banquet, trimmed the Christmas tree in the main lobby, sold Christmas cards and wrapping pa- per, gave a Mothers' Tea, and sponsored the inspir- ing Lenten services. Senior Y-Teen officers: Left to right, first row, Elaine Rarn- seur, president, Judy Schnell, vice president, Marilyn Lei- 0 bius, treasurer, second row, Carol DuBry, secretary, Lil- ' lian Earl, chaplain, Judy Jenks, reporter, third row, Judy Connors and Susie Below, representatives. Rowlg-Judy Johnson, Sandia Lasko, Joan Garner, Charlesina 1-larrison, Diane Leal, Bertha Brown, Beverly Smith, Bonnie Thacker, Susie Below, Barbara Kravetsky. Row 2-Judy Brunner, Sherry Reed, Nancy Mock, Elaine Draheim, Miss Allen, Sharon Schroeder, Margie Matecki, Shirley Voyles, Beverly Flint, Bonnie West. Row 5-Virginia Teal, Roz eeaoz, Naomi Lenz, Sue Sayre, Mary Lee Williains, Voncile McCorvey, Ermajean Adams, Marva Cooper, Dorothy Kirby, Jean Dickerson, Carol DuBry. Row 4--'Sue Krobn, Rosemary Wolfei't, Marilyn Miller, Sarah Smith, Janice Roesler, Pauline Baranck, Katherine Holmes, Judy Korb, Marilou Eubanl-1, Jo Ann Palenski, Joyce Rehm, Barbara Saunders. Row 1--Karen Walkei', Marjorie Gockerman, Joyce Prentice, Judy Miller, Eleanor Wallbarik, Janice Garner, Judy Roush, Ann Lus- combe, Carol Meyers, Mary Ann Posadny. Row 2-Elaine Ramseur, Barbara Bruggeman, Jo Ann Clinger, Jessie Trail, Lillian Earl, Miss Allen, Lynn Gerhauser, Lorene LaBeau, Elaine Carter, Barbara Long. Row 3-Sally Taylor, Judy Schnell, Marilyn Moyer, Judy Connors, Judy Harris, Valerie Loos, Jo Ann Schmakel, Liz Kohring, Sharon Slicker, Elaine Leon, Jodey Smith. Row 4--Mary Alice Butler, Shirley Openshaw, Linda Blanden, Rosemary Jones, Marcia Nehring, Judie Ecker, Marilyn Leibius, Judy Jenks, Sharon Jones, Deanna Hochstettler, Dawn Henderson, Audrey Sturdivant. i as B... as 1 Wfith service and the attainment of knowledge up- permost in their minds, the junior Y-Teens were bound to complete a successful 1957. In the fall they made Thanksgiving favors for the State Hos- pital, and at Christmas time they created a Christ- mas spirit by caroling there. By way of gaining knowledge, the Y-Teens first heard Mr. Sheldon Steinhouser speak on human relations and then pro- ceeded to enter the winning art project in the Area Y-Teens Brotherhood Contest. jess Keller was the artist. Mrs. Nancy Davis sponsored the active group. junior YfI'een officers: Left to right, first row, Margie , Yutzy, vice president, Mary Lou Gilmore, president, Bar- - bara M fers, re resentative. Second row, Mary Loos, rep- eefl P P , . resentative, judy Frayer, sgt.-at-arms, jane Schhcher, sec- retary. Back row, jess Keller, chaplain, and judy Knapp, publicity. Row l-Mary Lou Gilmore, Mary Houser, Beverly Stevenson, Ann Reuman, Sandra Graham, Sue Booher, Lena Horton, Margaret Loyer, joan johnson, Linda Gearhart, Chris Ganzert, Barbara Wfalters. Row Zfjudy Eisenmann, jettie Brown, Margie Yutzy, Carol Probert, MaryAnn Nietz, Florence Sandford, Mrs, Davis, l.u Ann O'Brien, Carole Matzinger, judy Knapp, Bonnie Bartlett, Roberta Manick. Row 3fjane Schlicher, Sue Dashner, Sharon Schoettley, judy Gallagher, Ruth Thompson, joan Haberstich, judy Shovar, judy Day, Sue Laycock, Susan Van Tassel, Nancy Kornath, Suzanne Peters, Natalie Hill. R-ow -3-liincla-U'riger, Mary Loos, Beverly Linden, Sandy Nash, Rosanne Harrison, jessica Keller, Melinda johnson, lidith Palmer, Patri- cia Strange, Erma jean Culliver, jaeAnn Lacy, Marilyn Senff, Bonnie Lamb. Row l-Barbara Tesluk, Gerry Pacholski, Rosemary Parker, Barbara Bedra, Nancy Kordell, Mrs, Davis, Donna Posadny, Vonnie Gurgili. Sharon Cousino, Mary Ann Keim, Nancy Stahl. Row 2--Gloria Wfarejko, Carol McMorgan, janice Green,, Deloris Ann Owens, Carmen Gray, Norma Madden, Merian Grant, jonnie johnson, joan Wfadsworth, Sharon Wenger, julie Wetclier. Row 3-Evelyn I-Ienton, judy Minniclc, Sue Schmidt, Karen Hanna, Marie Hoile, Sue Gartz, Sharon Manz, joyce Thompson, Faith Sours, Carol Hessman, Lenett Poitras, judi Swartz, jane Putnam. Row 4-Vicki Prosser, jean Meyer, Mary Kay Hoffman, janice Toney, Donna Cash, Rosalie O'Rourke, Sandra jones, Sharon Turner, judy Frayer, Kay Robison, Cynthia Harris, Pat Dankert, Barbara Myers. 1, J ifxiiflf ilu 115, sign 4' I B ,M . l gi' Q 5 1 Y S9 "To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God, was the I ' I dai i goal attained by the Sophomore Y-Teens under the '-i' :g careful supervision of their new adviser, Mrs. Elaine -Ki -I' 5 Freund. Particularly stimulating to the Y-Teens was X the program presented by Mrs. McNutt on good- 5 grooming which featured an actual demonstration g ot hairstyling. Barbara Beatty was chairman of the "yummy" fudge sale in November. S n Sophomore Y-Teen officers: Left to right, front row, Darl Hull, sc-cy., Janice Warles, soc. ch., Janet Berry, pres Gesine Fischer, treas,g Joan XXfestgate, repres. Back rov Sharon McDonald, repres., Pat Delker, v. pres, Judy Tell chaplain, and Brenda Petres, sgt.-at-arms. Row 1-Sonia Hershey, Janice Ulery, Judy Opperman, Ruth Keim, Sandy Dowling, Dolores Rickard, Jackie Starner, Sandra McNutt, Ruthi Below, Judy Newman, Patti Pasch, Pat lildridge. Row 2fGesine Fischer, Carol lirwin, Judy Kinkaid, Judy Harris, Diane Swank, Marcia Radke, Mrs, Freund, Sandie Van Drew, Sue Schroder, Janet Pasch, Barbara Jaynes, Joyce Jarzynski. Row 3--Ruthann Rober, Sharon Osterud, Ann Haase, Judi 'l'elb, Brenda Petres, Janice Dulsos, Barbara Zibhel, Peggy l-less, Beverly Miller, Katie W'ashington, Minnie Peters, Judy Popp, Brenda Bolander, Row 4-Carol Peters, Sharon Favro, Karen Gehm, Janet Kyer, Pat McGee, Pat Snell, Marilyn Mead, Peggy Leister, Bonnie Upton, Judy Melle, Virginia Fanaff, Sue Case. Row 1fSue Donovan, Judy Schellhase, Elizabeth Himes, Janice Wrrles, Sandra Kelting, Linda Schmitt, Janet Berry, Carole Kirk, Bar- hara Young, Connie Wfood, Jo Anne Cupilary, Norma Moll. Row 2-Pat Delker, Cynthia XX'arren, Charron Kelsey, Elaine Garczynski, Gretchen Schultz, Mrs, Freund, Carol Giffin, Jo Anna Long, Diane Holst, Lillie Davis, Sarah McClellan. Row 3+-Connie Minnick, Sue Morey, Jill Vogel, Sue Shea, Carol Katz, Karen Cordrey, Jean Kahn, Maxine Dashner, Sandy Barnes, Barbara Heshley, Kathlene Frank, Sharon Rahm. Row 4fShirley Smith, Sharon McDonald, Barbara Beatty, Martha Anderson, Melanie Graham, Darla Hull, Janet Potter, Margaret Hunt, Joyce Long, Barbara Tate, Sandy Saba, Phyllis Finks, Joan Wfestgate, 1 Phenomenal is the word properly applied to the group of one hundred and thirty girls who banded themselves together this year as the Freshman Y- Teens. Anyone who has seen this huge group con- vene for a meeting in 245 has witnessed a miracle only possible within the democratic framework where the goal is Christian living. The newly organized club wasted no time in planning a well-rounded program. Among the interesting topics presented during the year were "Making Clothes More At- tractive", by Mrs. Talbert, "Hair Styling," by Betty Bollinger, "Rumor Clinicf by Mrs. Brown, "Dat- ing Do's and Don'ts," by Mrs. Taylor, and "Luella Cummings," by Miss jane Cartwright. Frolicsome social occasion was the potluck and splash party at the Y.W.C.A. for which Betty Smyth was chairman. Kudos to new Libbeyite, Mrs. jean Hunsaker, who shepherded the enterprising group, and to capable officers, Sue Van Karsen, president, jane Suzor, vice president, Dorothy Smilax, treasurer, and janet Kellermann, secretary. jfedhmdn - 30116 Row 1-Barbara Fox, Donna Vanderwulp, Marcia Shuster, Kathy Vogtsbcrger, Nancy Robinson, joan Allen, Nona Grendu, Mary Lou Chambers, joyce Ellwood, Sue McCrary. Row 2-Sandra Love, Sandra Rawlings, Karen Peth, Linda Miller, Diane Crum, Mrs, Hunsaker, Ruby Anderson, Helen Muminert, Mar- go Moyer, Peg Bower, janet Buekrer. Row 3fCarolyn Stuart, Sherry Miller, joyce jameson, Sandy Popp, jackie King, Ann Reiter, judy jones, Mary jo Mann, Linda Long- brake, Pat La Gron, Carol Sue Wtmitzel, judy Stephenson. Row 4-janice Wfebster, Mary Beth Ganss, Sandra Geer, Lonnie Pritchett, judy Bressler, Sharon Steiger, Roberta Gutting, judy Bur- meister, Marcia Stoll, Twila Bechtel, Carole Roe. Row 5gMary Carol Sarvis, Annette Frank, Sue Schneider, Pat jainison, Andrea Stifel, june Leibius, Sandra Snyder, judy Finiski, jane Suzor, Patti Davis, Carole Haase. Row 1-Sarah Coleman, Pat Kern, Sue Braunschweiger, Carol jaquette, Mary Schatz, Carol Ringel, Sarah jane Stutz, Sharon Horn, jacquelyn Shuze, Sandra Pautz. Row 2+Karen XX'etzel, Diane l-leer, Shirrel Van Tassel, Karen Braun, janet Kellermann, janice Grund, Mrs. Hunsaker, Brenda Kur- schat, Barbara Dalton, Linda Moffatt, Mary Ann Wfalters, Linda Rainseur. Row 3-Barbara Czerniak, Sue Wfilson, judi Raminski, Carol Melcher, Sue Van Karsen, Mary Sue Xwillinger, Mary Day, Betty Ann Smyth, Donna Lazenby, Sue Willinge1', Kathie Wetzel, Dorothy Smilax. Row 4gjudy Funka, Becky Meinka, Yvonne Redden, Sandy Armstrong, Amelia Boland, Marsha Dolby, Sue limme, Rita jean Neal, Carolyn Moulton, RoVella Beauch, Pauline Ott. V Row 5-Barbara Wfood, joyce Andrzejewski, Marcia Hurley, janet O'Neil, janet Stevens, Beverly Wfright, Pat Vlfinn, joan Korb, Dor- othy Pelton, Margie jacob, Leah Kronmann. it QKY if .xv-'W i , mm ,mid Row 1--Diane Pauken, Lillian Earl, Fred Smith, Raymond Parker, Donna Moore, Barbara johnson, jonnie johnson. Row Zfjim Driano, Howard Fish, Bill Trimmer, Mr, Baker, Conrad johnson, Steve Roberts, Judy Knapp, jane Putnam, Row 3---Joyce Rehm, Charles Kunstbeck, Richard Heaton, Melinda johnson, -IAlan Aufderheide, Bill DeSana, judy Frayer, Sharon jones. Row I-jim Merritt, Diana Heer, Barbara Foley, Barbara Davidson, Robert Wfillard, Sandy Kennedy, Franklin l.aPlante, Rovella Beauch, Carol Sue Ringel, Pat Kern. Row 2-Lee Ann Lokensgard, Linda St, john, janet Genung, Annie Lutchy, Miss May, Barbara Tate, Joyce Andrzejewski, Connie Min- nick, john Durfee, Bill Clapper. Row 3'-Terry Bossert, Marsha Dolby, Roberta Corwin, jerry Davis, Dorothy janiszewaki, Robert Felser, Dick Shipman, james Anderson Bill Kistner, jerry Heller. leaafe Living up its purpose of furthering the art of debat- ing and public speaking, the Debate Club met every Tuesday morning before school for consideration of pertinent topics. Important undertaking of the year was the debate with Wootlward High School. The club also sponsored a candidate for queen for the first time. Planning this years schedule were ad- viser, Mr. R. C. Baker, president, Bill DeSana, vice president, Sharon jones, secretary, Dick Heaton, treasurer, Skip johnson, and program chairman, Fred Smith. The Debate Club has met since its for- mation in 1929 on an entirely voluntary basis. C7146 - unior Q groan "We serve,'y the motto of the junior Red Cross, again guided the activities of the Libbey unit which is advised by Miss Virginia May. To gain knowledge for the club, the officers attended lectures at the Red Cross Blood Bank and observed a demonstration in home nursing by Mrs. Hackett, Director of Nurs- ing in American Red Cross. Diligent working mem- bers served as hosts and hostesses for the annual party for patients at Toledo State Hospital, created hundreds of favors for the july 4th celebration at veterans' hospitals, and collected donations for Hun- garian relief and Care. we Q - WFP' . 'V me we www M.. New il- I ,L V EW "tg Y, ::1::::,:,.. H Q i X P I , W .,.: ,Q .,:. 2 s1?i,1 ,,'., ' 2 7-A X ar riffs ifwffji E rvwmsab Row I-V Sue Donovan, JoAnn Barth, l.inda Schmitt, Carole Kirk, Janice Wiiles, Elizabeth Himes, Kathryn Wfarren, Brenda Barnett, Marietta Young, Judy Johnson. Row Z--Cynthia XXfarren, Jean Kahn, Shirley Cnssins, Rosalee Clifford, Mrs. Tanner, Nancy Burnritter, Pat Harrison, Ann Grunst, Diane Ramsey, Harriet Ramsey. Row 5---Janice Green, Judi Swartz, Margie Matecki, Mary Ann Nietz, Marie Hoile, Karen Cnrdrey, Patricia Walllzlce, Judy Jackson, Merian Grant, Jettie Brown, Maureen O'Rourke. Row 1-Pat lildridge, Joan Johnson, XX'anda Lewis, Judy Reita, Lillian liarl, Nancy Kordell, Ricky Beanpry, Ruth Keim, Marie Gaynor. Row 2- Connie Johnson, Barbara Johnson, XX'anda Meals, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Fisher, Jean Dickerson, Carol Hessman, Gretchen Schultz, Vonnie Gurgin. Row 3-'Sandra Graham, Brenda Petites, Sharon Hinman, Marilyn Seniff, Jessica Keller, lidith Palmer, Virginia Fanaff, Peggy Leister, Rosanne Harrison. . . . T can efff Living up to their purpose of increasing interest in nursing as a career, the Future Nurses of America visited Toledo hospitals and attended a tea at the Academy of Medicine. A Christmas party planned by Judy Johnson provided the necessary "off-dutyi' relaxation. Capably combining duties as li.N.A. ad- viser with her duties as school nurse was Mrs. Flor- ence Tanner. F.N.A. officers were Judy Jackson, president, Judy Johnson, vice president, Mary Ann Nietz, secretary, Judi Swartz, treasurer, and Linda Schmitt and Pat Harrison, reporters. "What's the score?" was asked quite frequently dur- ing the year by Libbey Leaders as they engaged in such activities as intramural basketball and volleyball tournaments, Volleyball Sports Day for elementary schools, and Bowling Green Play Day. Serving as student assistants for the gym classes were Jessie Kel- ler, president, Peggy Leister, vice presidentg Lillian Earl, secretaryg and Vonnie Gurgin, treasurer. Mrs. Jane Fisher and Mrs. Nancy Davis supervised Leader participation. Social outing of the year was the an- nual picnic in May at Side Cut Park. . ... as -- " 'f,.sSs2f:s 1, 'GSW' EEEEEEEEE 2l:iA, A Q:.Q "" M , t ia, 5 mi Na+ 4 Row I--Pat Gray, Diane Pauken, Vonnie Gurgin, Shirley Voyles, Carol Meyers, Julie XX'etcher, Row 2-Sally Taylor, Elaine Leon, I.uAnn O'Brien, Miss Foster, Lynn Gerhauser, I.illian Earl, Lillie Davis. Row 3-Susan Van Tassel, Lorene l.aBeau, Kay Fahringer, Darla Hull, Sue Case, JaeAnn Lacey, Deanna Hochstettler, Judy Korh. Row I-Jane Ann Schwan, Joan Waiclswcmrtli, Jill Vogel, Sandie Van Drew, Janice Garner, Marie Gaynor. Row 2-Sue Gartz, Jane Schlicher, Mr. Rusie, Mrs. Meffley, Carol Jean Gipe, Janet Pasch. Row 3-Pat Delker, Judi Telb, Barbara Zibbel, Jessica Keller, Rosanne Harrison, Barbara Beatty, Florence Sandford A preview of their chosen profession was given F.T.A. members who helped as substitute teachers this year. Another project designed to further pro- fessional understanding was the joint meeting of the Future Teachers with the Future Nurses and Future Business Leaders, Rounding out the program of work were visitations to Clay High School and Hei- delberg College, representation at the F.T.A. state conference, and consultations with college students regarding college requirements. As in former years, F.T.A. members graciously served a faculty tea in February. Future Teachers of America: Left to right, Vonnie Gurgil Deanna Hochstettler, Shirley Voyles, Carol Meyers, Sall Taylor, Darla Hull, seated, Jess Keller, Julie XX'c-tcher, an Sandy Van Drew. Q-'la 'QT 3' 2 iw an an 3 , ,. .M- CLASSICAL HONOR SOCIETY: Row l Row 2 Ri iw 5 Barbara XX'alter, Jo Anna Spaulding, Jill Vogel, Sue Gartz, Marilyn Moyer, JoAnn Clinger, Sandie Van Drew. Janet Pasch, Nancy Lange, Ruth Dreyer, Mrs. Burton, Peter Morrison, Tom Bettridge, Judy Rennhack, Marsha Dolhy. Sandra Leitner, Huh Schroeder, David Jensen, Melinda Johnson, Ted Graves, Jack O'Neil, Hill DeSana, lirnie Hartman. .ILNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE: Row l Row 2 Long. Row 5--w Scliatv. o right, David Jensen, pres., J. C. L.1 Jo Ann Cling- pres., C. H. S4 Marie Gaynor, v. pres., J. C. l.., and tl Duty, v. pres C H S Diane Pauken. Janice XX'ales, Margaret Loyer, Gretchen Schultz, Judy Paluck, Judi Durliat, Ann Terrill, Marie Gaynor. Lillie Davis, Barhara Zihhel, Sue Schroder, Sue Dashner, Mrs. Burton, David Jensen, Sara Hamlin, Sue Hubbard, Barlnara Steve Paluclczif, Steve Roberts, Marilyn Mead, Marvin Lamp, Le Roy Andersonilf, Gary Metzzlf, Howard Fish, Del Jon Bristol, Dave Associate memlvers not in illustration' Jed Duty, Bruce liwen, and Joe Higgins. :l1Associate meml-vers. Cfaddicaf .Honor - . . "Srie11lit1 Am' Si1ez'11lm'1m1," "Knowledge, Citadel of the Ages," wisdom from the past timely in the present, is the motto observed by the Classical Hon- or Society and the Junior Classical League. The two organizations combine to stimulate interest in Latin and classical civilization under the direction of ad- viser, Mrs. Pauline E. Burton. Their extensive 1957 program included a tour of the University of Michi- gan and participation in the state and national con- ventions of the Junior Classical League at Ohio State University and Colorado Springs, Colorado. They were awarded first place in Ohio for classi- cal activities in 1953-56. -45 tl W xl s, yi.. To promote an interest in biology, a varied program of activities was scheduled by the Biology Club adw visers, Miss Lydia Fiedler and Miss Lasetta Pickard, Q M and officers, Ann Grunst, president, Susan Van ,H My Tassel, vice president, Nancy Kornath, secretary, H 'Ve' and Donald Hahn, treasurer. At one of the bi- monthly meetings a movie of her trip to Oregon was shown by Miss Pickard. Members also enjoyed the October Induction Party, the Christmas Party, and the Biology Quiz Show, A December sale of tasty cheese fingers helped fill the club treasury, Biology club officers: Left to right, Nancy Kornath, sec- 6 retary, Ann Grunst, president, and Donald Hahn, treas- u urer. Row 1---Judy McConoughey, Marietta Young, Jerrie Taylor, Jonnie Johnson, Susan Miller, Nancy Kornath, Florence Sandford, Janice Schlegel, Pat Gray, Sue Donovan. Row 2-7--Flaine Draheim, Sandra Nash, Karen Cordrey, Barbara Beatty, Miss Pickard, Katie XX'ashington, Connie Clark, Joan Haber- stich, Ann Haase, Judi Telb, Row 3---Carol Hessman, Darla Hull, Karen Gehm, Pat Snell, Carole Boswell, Larry Fuller, Dick Shipman, JAlan Aufderheide, Judy l7rayer, Terry Maurer, Raymond Parker. Row I-Alan Vinson, Gilbert Fair, Lynn Marvin, Pai Harrison, Ann Grunst, Carole Kirk, Linda Schmitt, Charron Kelsey, Jane Ann Schwan, Norma Moll. Row 2-Susan Van Tassel, Sue Shea, Carol Peters, Sandy linright, Miss Fiedler, Jim Graham, Joan XX'estgate, Patty Fels, Judie Gordon, Julie Linginger. Row 3--Maurie Reardon, Larry Youngs, George libeling, Joe Riopelle, Jim Benzinger, Jack Fialdwan, Donald Hahn, Janet Potter, Vir ginia Fanaff, Jim lrons. 8 .. aw 1 2' sh ral 96 Promoting interest in good plays and developing the talent of members are the chief goals of the Drama- .. l tics Club. Such outstanding plays as the senior pro- duction, "A Little Honey," and the junior offering, K J F l A - 3 "Dear Ruth," helped make 1957 an enjoyable and advantageous year for the club. Social events includ- ed a breakfast in late February and the annual spring banquet. A scholarship was given to the member voted the most promising actor of the year. Club performances were directed by Miss Angela Costigan, ,-5 Dramatics Club officers: Left to right, Sue Krohn, recording secretaryg Lawrence Roberts, vice presidentg lilaine Leon, presidentg Bill Kistner, treasurer: and Barb Bruggeman, corresponding secretary. Row 1-Karen Wfalker, Susie Below, Judy Starner, Shirley Voyles, Marilyn Moyer, Judy Schnell, Barbara Bruggeman, JoAnn Clinger, Row 2- Elaine Leon, Sharon Slicker, Judy Connors, Valerie Loos, Miss Costigan, Sue Krohn, Mary Alice Butler, Sharon Jones, Deanna Hochstettler, Marilyn Miller. Row 3--Marilou liubank, Sarah Smith, Dick Shipman, Lawrence Roberts, Katherine Holmes, Jon Patton, Bill Kistner, Tom Rier, Jerry Booher. Row I- -Julie XX"etcher, Joyce Prentice, Eleanor XX'allbank, Barbara XX'alters, Barbara Bedra, Connie XX'ood, Sandra Lasko, Carol Meyers, Row 2---Sandra Kelting, Linda Schmitt, Judy Eisenmann, Carol Kirk, Miss Costigan, Carol Beringer, Sherry Reed, Dorothy Hill, Lenett Portras. Row 3fMargie Yutzy, Barbara Beatty, Sue Booher. Rosalie O'Rourke, Melinda Johnson, David Barnes, Mary Kay Hoffman, Pat Dank- ert, Carol Hessman. Q l Ci ,M -. , . :ra W' " ' 1 5 i 3 97 The Future Business Leaders of America again fur- nished Libbey with many practical demonstrations of their business ability. Their vigorous work pro- gram included lucrative sales of everything from candy to Gregg Shorthand Books, a visit to the Old Folks Home in January, and attendance at the State Convention in Springfield, Ohio, and the National Convention in Dallas, Texas, in June, Social occa- sions were a Halloween party, Christmas party, Mothers' Tea in February, annual banquet, freshman roast at Wzllbridge Park, and a farewell party for seniors. Helping the F.B.L.A. reach its goal of de- Row 1--Judy Miller, Susie Below, Bonnie Thacker, Elaine Ramseur, Donna Posadny, Barbara Kravetsky, Mary Ann Posadny, Left to right, seated, Valerie Loos, senior representati Jean Dickerson, secretary, Judy Starner, president, Doi Posadny, vice president. Standing, Beverly Stevens treasurer, Faith Sours, reporter, Mary Loos, sergeant armsg and Gitta Hahne, junior representative, Nancy Stevenson, Sandra Gibson, Judy Starner, Row 2fMrs, Moody, Barbara Mossnian, Sherry Reed, Lenett Poitras, Judy Harris, Nancy Mock, Judy Brunner, Lillian Earl, Jessie Trail, Mrs. Houser. Row 3-Jean Dickerson, Jackie Fuller, Charlene Scheil, Sharon Schroeder, Carol DuBry, Faith Sours, Joyce Thompson, Donna Cash, Mary Loos, Jodey Smith, Sharon Slicker, Row 4-Linda Greenwalt, Barbara Shuman, Joyce Osterud, Valerie Doris Kirian, Mary Alice Butler, Roz Cedoz. Row 1-Cynthia Palmer, Brenda Barnett, Dorothy Carlton, Beverly Young, JoAnne Cupilary, Row 2-Pat Eldridge, Patti Pasch, Janice Ulery, Gesine Fischer, Judy ski, Sandra Kelting, Sonia Hershey Row 3fConnie Moore, Diane Holst, JoAnna Long, Ricky Beaupry, berger, Ruth Pierson, Lynn Overmyer, Darlene Hennessy. Row 4ffBarbara Rupley, Barbara Heshley, Kathlene Frank, Barbara Peggy Hess, Luella McCurdy, Sharon Rahm. E Msn -ie' N Sl K J is Wig, a. :Q 'ft 1 Q gas' awk' F as , , ,T A Q -.l S . t x ' L ltlll' L - D . 0 1 wr' fe v,,,. ,H I ar -v- . "' ,,,, . -.::, . 5:" Loos, Judie Ecker, Marilou Eubank, Rosemary Jones, Janice Roesler, Billups, Janice Graham, Sarah McClellan, Nina Brown, Barbara Kinkaid, Mr, Needles, Mrs, Flatz, Brenda Petres, Elaine Garazyn- Dorothy Bermitter, Carol Carpenter, Joyce Jarzynski, Ethyl Line- Brooks, Carol gXX"echtel, Janet Kyer, Minnie Peters, Pat McGee, 5' tv J , is ,, ,. , Q 'Sw 5 T' ,R . 4, .61 .,,. J , si , ,M P"'9r......s..2 veloping good leadership and business understand- ing and encouraging members to establish them- selves in business were advisers, Mrs. Hazel Flatz, Mr. Loy Rusie, Miss Ruth Allen, Mrs. Beatrice Baird, Miss Shirley Haney, Mrs. Mary Houser, Mrs. Julia Moody, and Mr. John Needles. F.B,L.A. of- ficers were Judy Starner, presidentg Donna Posadny, xice president, Jean Dickerson, secretary, Donna Fisher, treasurer, Faith Sours, reporter, Valerie Loos, senior representative, Gitta Hahne, junior repx resentativeg and Mary Loos and Donna Cash, ser- geants-at-arms. mud F. B. L. A. officers and their mothers: Left to right. inna Cash, Mrs, Cash, Faith Sours, Mrs, Sours, Mrs. xrner, and Judy Starner. I l 0 I Row l+Chris Ganzert, Ruth Keim, Barbara Bedra, Nancy Kordell, Sandra Graham, Janice Green, Sharon Timple, Beverly Stevenson, Janet Posadny. Row 2+Joanne Thom, Evelyn Henton, Dolores Rickard, Ruthi Below, Diane Swank, Miss Allen, Mr. Needles, Marcia Radke, Sandra McNutt, Judy Harris, Judy Schellhase, . Row 5---GT1'rTl-F'r .rwi'n, BaTbara Jaynes, Mary Taylor, Sharon Osterud, Connie Minnick, Bfbara Myers, Natalie Hill, John Laugerman, Ray DeChristopher, Ray Perkins, Row 1--Gerry Pacholski, Sue Vogelpohl, Judy Diebert, Rosemary Parker, Linda Gearhart, Barbara Peterson, Martha Stone, Mary Hous- er, Mary Lou Kreps, Mary Ann Keim, Nancy Stahl. Row 2-Mr. Needles, Judy Day, Judy Shovar, Carol McMorgan, Miss Allen, June Drudzinski, Gloria Wzlrejkrw, Nata Lucas, Gitta Hahne, Miss Haney. Row 3-Darlene Beaupry, Joan Norten, Sandra Jimison, MaryAnn Nietz, Joyce Curtis, Iona XValters, Norma Madden, Evelyn Stulcey, Jean Meyers, Kathleen Trumbull, DeLoris Owens. Row 4wLuanne Helman, Nancy Gerschultz, riette McColough, Sharon Manz, Pat Dankert, ey. , Kay Robinson, Arlene Harbaugh, Sandra Jones, Rosalie O'Rourke, Har- aww? 0Q'J""' f . Ea i , 5- 1 .L si 99 100 Row 17Diane Pauken, Barbara Tesluk, Gloria Warejko, Carolyn Himes, Janet Ball, Ruth Ann Wfolfert. Row Z--Elizabeth Himes, Evelyn Stuckey, Florence Sandford, Miss Grace Irwin, adviser, Nancy Kornath, Sharon Cousino, Gitta Hahne. Row 3--Marilyn Miller, JoeAnn Lacy, Joyce Rehm, Michael Cordner, Pauline Baranek, Rosemary Wfolfert, Manira Saide. Row 1---Sue Wfitmer, Joyce Wilccmx, Ronald Riopelle, Kenneth Zeck, Marilyn Lowery, Kathleen Trumbull, Carol Jean Gipe, Judy Collins. Row 2-Marietta Young, Charles Cox, Jane Palms, Vicky Doner, Larry Farnham, Miss Kinney, Roger Oberdier, Carole Jean Boswell, Ray Constible, Janice Pimienta. L5 in X, Xp ii awww RN c f af Lf ffw 'W iff ..lgfsJsf..gg1.,rr5 0 Q kffysfge :7 Dedicated to promoting interest in world affairs and learning more about other countries, the U.N. Club scheduled an illustrated lecture on Germany by Dr. Bodenstedt and visited Lillian Hartman in Car- dinal Health Center. Sandra Hartley arranged the U.N. picnic at Oak Openings in October, and Mari- lyn Miller was chairman for the U.N. banquet in April. Responsibility for guiding the club rested up- on Miss Grace Irwin, adviser, Michael Cordner, presidentg Sandra Hartley and Marilyn Miller, vice presidents, first and second semester, Rosemary Wol- fert, secretary-treasurerg and Sharon Cousino, chap- lain. Guided by its purpose of curbing juvenile delin- quency and raising the spiritual and moral standards of Libbey, the Libbey Youth for Christ Club co-spon- sored Y.F.C. rallies every second and fourth Satur- day evening at Whitmer High School and brought the popular film, "Seventeen,l' to Libbey. Among the interesting speakers who addressed the club were Redd Harper of Hollywood and Wendy Collins, Y.F.C. International Director. Worthwhile social occasions were a Halloween party and a trip to hear Billy Graham in Detroit, Michigan. Miss Carol Kin- ney counseled the group. Row 1-,Janice Garner. Joan Garner, Sonia Hershey, Fred Kindle, Joyce XX'ilcox, Gene Hendon, Barbara Carey, Harriet Ramsey, Janet Lulcert. Row 27Nina Brown, Jean Hueston, Dorothy Kirby, Katie lwloore, Diane Ramsey, Mr, CcClure, Larry Farnham, Bob Loclcett, Edward McNeal, Marva Cooper, Norma Madden. Row 5'-fKay Vlfeaver, Pat McGee, Willeiiri Miller, Marilyn Mead, Mike McGee, Barry Bunting, Rog Oberdier, Harvey Mattier, Lawrence Roberts, Janice Zilba, Sandy Nash. Row 1-Jennie Lee DeCesare, Dorothy Oliszewslci, Shelby Langendeyer, Sharon Vea, Sandra Kelting, Carol Giffin, Pat lildridge, Joyce Fletcher, Judy McConoughey, Row 2-Pat Harrison, Florence Sandford, George lidwards, Martha Vance, Rita Riasecki, Mr. McClure, Naomi Lenz, Judie Gordon, Shir- ley Cossins, Sandra McNutt, Annette Antoine. Row 3---Sandy Dowling, Sharon Holst, John Terrell, XX'illiam Wlard, Bill Howard, Williani LaFayette, Gudrun Luclcs, Robert Felser, Juluis Sheffield, Judy Korb, Shirley Grindle. Chair A prized possession of Libbey is its choir. As in former years, the 1957 choir brought praise and dis- tinction once again to the school. The attractive blue and gold choir robes made Libbey history. Many tedious hours of preparation preceded the concert for Libbey students, the evening concert for the general public, and the excellent programs presented at the P.T.A. meetings, the Toledo State Hospital, and the Art Museum. Anthems by the choir en- hanced immeasurably the Lenten services. An oc- tette of choir members entertained for the Eagle Scout Rally at the Toledo Wfomens Club. Compris- ing the octette were sopranos, Gudrun Lucks and Diana Ramsey, altos, Sharon Holst and Pat McGee, tenors, Tim Cross and Julius Sheffield, and bassos, Roger Oberdier and John Terrell. Judy Korb was atcompanist. The group sang three songs, "To the Dawn," "My Task," and "lfinlandia." Efficiently conducting choir activities were Mr. Harold McClure, director, Judy Korb, president, Tim Cross, vice president, Sharon Holst, secretary, and Wzird Wil- liams and Bob Lockett, sergeants-at-arms. 10 OZ Row 1---Barbara Bruggeman, bfaxine Dashner, Mary Kay Hoffman, Marilyn Leibius, lyfr. Grabill, Bill Selvey, Liz Kohring, Margie Yutzy, joan XX'adsworth. Row 2--joan Allen, Dave Antolini, jon Ritzinan, Rosilee Clifford, VC'illard Flagle. Dick Ewen, Bruce liwen, Carol DuBry, Sue linnne, Allen Lloyd, jo Ann Barth. Row 3f-john Rodeinick, ,Ianice Wfebster, Ken Miller, Joan Westgzite, Nancy Mueller, Dick Schroder, Marcia Dolby, Carol Katz, joan Collins, Luella McCurty, joan Cupilary. Row 4-Maureen Moersch, Judy Durliat, Carol jean Gipe, Carol Peters, George Tabor, Paul Boyd, Dave Roberts, Dave Meyer, Gary Slicker, Dick Streib, Owen Moore. Row 1-Dianna I-leer, joan Allen, Frank La Plante, Gary Snider, Mike Thompson, Mr. Grabill, Bonnie Bartlett, Pat Fleck, Dottie Blair, Sheri Court, Dick Keim. Row 2--Cary Ammons, Duane Heffner, Roger Duffy, Bob Harris, Paul Stubblefield, Victor Stubblefield, jane Knepper, Patti Davis, Linda Gearhart, ,lim Hassan, Iviike Overhaut. Row 3-Dick Barber, Dave Osborne, Bob Robinson, Tom Bick, Doug Logerman. Lawson Burrows, Ed Garrett, Ron Selweeder, Barry Barphore, john Kramp, Dave Wfitmer. Row fifllffayo Wfitty, Larry Sherman, Dave Kirshner, Chuck Hopkins, Dennie Marvin, lyfilton Stewart, Jim Gerhart, Dave Bigelow. Ron Killel, Bob Huntly, Val Johnson, lzfgzllltil The Libbey band is always a welcome and inspiring sight at football games and mass meetings. Its superb playing and stirring marching formation do much to raise the morale of the Libbey High School stu- dent body. Band projects for 1957, in addition to football games and mass meetings, were the Band and Orchestra Concert in February, the Old News- boys, Parade, and the Band Tag Day in October. Mr. James Grabill lead the group. I-ll' Ml Band officers: Left to right, seated, Marilyn Leibius, pr: iclentg Barb Bruggeman, vice presidentg first row, .loAi Cupilary, libra rianl Maureen Moersch, treasurerg Car DuBry, recorder, Chuck Hopkins, student conductor, B Selvey, sgt.-at-arms and drum major, second row, Ri Kilell, librarian Sgt.-at-arms, an 3 Elaine Ramseur, treasurer, Dave Antolil d Tom Beck, librarian. 5 2 i F E 3 E F officers of the orchestriig Sandra l.eitner, secreturyg ,lik 0-Sb Row 1----Terry Piotrilschke, Diane Bigelow, Judi Durliilt, Carol lfldredge, Sue Emnie, Carol jenn Gipe, Mary Sue Vfillinger, Janice Grund. Row 2---Sue Dzishner, Carol Peters, judy Rennhiick, Roger Burnett, Mr. Grabill, Sandra Leitner, Beverly Miller, Bill'l'7Zll'i1 Zibbel, Maxine Dzishner. Row 3-Roger Anderson, Tom Beck, Chuck Hopkins, Lziwsori Burrow, Ron Kilell, jon XXf'illinger, Rick Schroeder, Drive Kerschner, james XX'illiiuns. Row I-Karen Kemp, Patty Fels, Sully Taylor, Mr, Martin, Mary Kay Hoffman. Mi1rgieYutzy, Marilyn Moyer. Row 2-XX'ilmer Frank, Marcin Nehring, Sandra Murphy, Terry Keller, Connie XY'ood, Lixrry Matzinger, Ron Lingel, Orchefifra -.xdcfiuifiefi This year the Libbey Orchestra strove to bring Lib- bey ri new experience in music. Under the direction of Conductor james Grabill, orchestra members worked diligently to present two fine concerts in February and March, In addition to promoting activities programs and selling activities tickets, Mr. Charles Martin's ac- tivities workers staffed the stationers desk every hour of the day and sold and distributed Iideliizm. They were justifiably proud of their hard-earned, record Hopkins, presidentg .ind Maxine Diishner, vice pres- sale of yearbooks. 9- 103 The Chess Cluh, left to right, Larry Dennis, Bi Bill Ott, Sterling Frizzell, Leslie Giles, Henry Hahn, Robert Morey, and adviser, Mr. Sigrest. I ll Cunningham, Mrs, 'l'anner and her nurse's aides are left to right, first row, Panning, Don Linda Schmitt, Ruthann Roher, Carole Kirk, Karen Cordrey, sec- ond row, Pat Harrison, Ruth XX'atlcins, Linda Greene, Pat Gray, lN'iary Ann james, third row, Cynthia XX'arren, and jean Kahn, Our mimeiwraphing 'tides 'ind 'idviser Mrs Hauser left to right The testing aids and their adviser, clockwise, Sandra Ganchou, f.-t V I ,l Bi I ll fit 'A Sfl' ,I f ' i 1 V I lj Miss Foster, .Ioyce jarzynslci, joAnna Long, Donna Cash, Sharon 1G7llA'-lm'U mglfk -l-Hcl'l1iIf-"lil Lmptflflv' ici,-ull 'lull' Hum' Gerry mcholgki' and Ruby Piktn 1 ri, jean ie eison, ary nn osatny, tint ion, ary Alice Butler, judy Starner, Valerie Loos, and Mrs. Houser. The Cafeteria workers and Mrs, lilwing stay calm during the The helpful assistants to Miss Kanney and Mr. Osgood. mad rush for lnngh, 104 .a '47 PROJECTION -'I'hc projection cluh, unclcr the ilircction of Mr, Linckc, amhitiously carrictl out its motto of furthering visual education. OFFICE AIDESH-SL1cccctlii1g in heing a "help not a l1lI14lI'1ll1CCH were the main officc workers Sue Vanliarscn, Joyce Ostcrucl, ljcggy Hess, Vludy johnson, Nancy Robinson, jackie Fuller, jodey Smith, and Karen Hanna. CAFIZTERIA- -Those cheerful cafeteria workcrs always scrvc "with a smilcf' Luft to right in illustration, Emma Miller, I.cna Horton, Sharon Emch, David Rohcrts, Marlene l-Iuclanski, George Hallcnlwcck, Shirley Grindlc, RoVclla Bcauch, and IXIrs. Phillips. E05 CAFETERIA-f Iahhcyk good cooks must have a rarc moment of lcisurc in their husy tlay. BOOKROOINI jucly Jenks, Sun XX'ilson, and May check hooks ajlilillal records in thc hookroom. LIBRARY AIDES 'Quint and ortlcr arc maintainccl in thc lIl'Yl'Lll'y hy: jane Schlichcr. Barbara Bcclra, Sharon Heising, and Rita Ncalg Standing left to right. .Icannc Hcmplc, Diane Bigelow. Sue Luhring, Pat Ylamison. klaniie Schlcgal, Hclcn Mummcrt, and Julie XY'ctcl1cr. Guess whose. XXf'atch those calories, Phils! 1V1z11'y Ann Nietz, Carol Hessmatn, and Carol DuBi'y Work to make the tri-lit tea at success. Our models made the tri-lit tea for mothers more enjoyable. 106 Delores, Sue, Sandy, and Ruthie huff und puff. Swing your partner, Skip! W'e1'e you right? Left to right, judy Jenks, Dave XX'obser, Sue Case, jim Bettridge, Chris Ganzert, Lawrence XXfunner, Maxine Dushner, and Chuck Knierim, at 'ms lv-' 9' sw 4,45 if 45? n 4 qw Ewaff' A Q Q: if wa Ns., ws nf ,av fm. 4- or WWQ, urrm if-'ik S Thu Y-'lluls' tea was fillltlllllg but fun. Dmft forgo! us, Mrs. Halilxl. Mlm Hamcy LlCCUl'illL'S Bill IXIm11lm lluriug tllc Nutinwugll Hmmm' lxlgylwgyuu 1141-llgngil-Qlle, Butch? lltxll the Chuck Pl'11gl'.llU, M , Y I , llw F,B.l,.A, tc.: was um- ul tlmu luglw plums nu IllL'sUC1Jl Lkllijll l7.li.l..A. will lu' xwll 1'cp1'sacntul by in new uffincrs. lllllllllllljl tlmc uwtlucrs pmvcnl entertaining ful' ull nttcmling the Y-Tccnx' tm. 107 WW Q . V J.-1,::f:-s,:. Ja: 21422 x3 . 1 5 - V3 i ff. ia 3, ur ig, 3 S ff HX , hx E h W.. N Q 1 2 3 1 ,wvv.,,?5 bww Q filivifif M 'wi Q 4 , ,e,2izsg1,Nz' z A ,, M QA , 1 -::::.f:, I ,...,- , Q , ' I-'I-1:':'f2Z:IE2 .c f-.5 ,. um : we 1, ..., , ha , ,WMM . . 2 5 f 19 z 'Q fl W MM ,A v ,W wi vw? W -.. ' f N A QQ 1 it iv? ll 'G'-'3!v t O 'wt im , ga iiwwmnunavlii RQ fbi? QYQHK 'i g it 15" Q3 CHUCK ROBINSON BOB NIOIVISEN LEO CAMPliY Athletic Director Varsity Fuutlwull Couch Varsity Baskctlwall Couch jeff and his aides. Get that bull! W Galle, FRANK KRALIK JOHN NliEDl,liS DON FISHER Freslmmn Football Crunch Golf Ccmclm Tennis Cmlrli 110 GEORGE IVIILEY Varsity Fcmtbull Couch BII.I. XXIIRICK 'l'l'41Ck Couch r 5 X ik " A, 4-uex2'1"'!Zr'xvv if - . I ALBIN VAZNIZLIS Lightwcigllt Balskctlmlll CUQICI1 Tension mmmta ut the TlmnIugiving Day Game. Mr. INIumscn nt the Bc careful uf Vlcrry. H05 our All-City PI1 ..f06lC 26 Buwling Cfmlflx 'I'1'11i A' I I I Clcntrnl num meeting. H20 KLBACKI AI. jEFFl?RY CR. H. R. CQARBIN mr Tcun IJIIYNILKIIII N Riclmrd ACl1Kll'---'llllClilC Myrun Bulmcrt--End Rmlncy ClCVCI13.ICl'fCCI'lICl' Dale Cuok -Halfbuclc john Kulczulc--Co-Clglptuin. Fulllmxfli Hill Stine--C1w-C41pr.1i11. lfml O Alon Pllllllll-'CCINCI' Ron RClI1l12lI'lf'EI1Ll john Sl1LljlL1I"f'-T2lClClL' Ray SlL'V'CI1S4-GLl11I'Ll 5 2 I -,W W ' ' In V. fb, im CQL1llwcrtsm1 Fullbuck Allxm F1lHl1ff"'f'lk11flMlCk limb Fux- QL1a1'tc1'lm1ck Amuld Cizlllwwuy Fulllmxc .F M .fy ' f W-gag Ag . , ., :Q Tony Gm1z11lc5--'Il1c'kIc Tum xlnlmus---Iilmd Hub Imckctt--Hlllfhglck Hill Mc'Cllu1'c-- Gu.mY lid 'lklwmpson GL1111':l Dick XXV1lIL'l'lllLlI1'GLl1lIII Denis XXYillfL'I'l'C'il '-fQLlAll'lQl'h1lLkk Cllgly XX'l1itc 'H.1Iflw.1Ck ssh. ,W ROXX' 1--Coach Miley, Dick XX'aterman, Dale Cook, Dick Leary, Bob Lockett, Paul Person, Al Fanaff, Ray Stevens, Clay XX'hile, Ar- nold Galloway, Coach Momsen. ROW' Zfjim Shugar, Don l.aFi'amboise, lilwoocl Rayforcl, Bill Thornton, Aloe Higgins, Keith Raitz, Dennis Kohn, john McClure, Dick Achor, -Ion Patton, jim Perry. ROW' 3fDenis XY"alte1'i'eit, Jim Culbertson, Tony Gonzales, Rodney Clevenger, Dick Kandik, Bill lkfarohn, Myron Bohnert, Bob Hoch- ninth, Hank Pauly, Tom Mei'ritt, john Harrison. ROW' 4--Pete Kakela, Ron Reinhart, Bill Stine, Boh Fox, John Sliugar, Toni jahns, liill Mciilure, Tom Hauman, .lack Rohinson, llcl Tliompson, Don Hill. 'f Ullniu g XWON 6 LOST fi TIED 1 VUE THEY 21 Hamilton 7 14 Lima Senior High 6 6 Waite 0 31 Macomber I 9 l2 Scott 20 27 Central 7 13 Waite 27 M Middletown 53 6 Tiffin Colombia 45 35 Cleveland West 6 0 DeVilbiss o 6U'l6Lg9l"5 Left to right Steve Paluck, Dave Sitzenstock, Dave XX'oolford, Fred Smith, Tom Olah, Bill Nelson, XX"ilmei' Frank, Dave XXfohsei'. 114 ' " ' , . , nsen, Tom Waterman, BiTl'Rayford, Andy Kanclik, Gary Shuman. ROW 2-Bey Bryant, Gary Metz, Tyrone Adams, Bill Cunningham, Chuck jeffery, Norris Coulson, ,Terry Sevrance, Larry Cook, Lee Englehart, Ike King, Bruce Ewen. ROW' 3-Coach Vaznclis, Lloyd XYf'illiams, Bob Schroeder, Lee Grover, Jerry Heller, John Eakin, Charles Knierim, Ted Graves, LeRoy Anderson, Dave Zeno, Don lvlorris, Coach Wlirick, ROW' 4-Roger Anderson, Steve Palmer, Roy Gonia, Davicl Bernrlt, Malcom Smith, Tom Gorsuch, Pete Smith, Dennis Cole, Bob Riech john Durfce, WON 2 Losr 4 Tian 1 252l"U26 LQM ROXX' IA-Mike lirrington, Terry Flynn, Pete Morrison, Denny Garver, Bruce Kern, Bob Katschke, Frank Brown, Neal Cook, and Ray Bottles, ROW' 2fCharles Thompson, jim Borton, Kenny Najerian, Terry Schnell, Clark Krueger, lid Looman, Ronnie Frich, -lohn DeMars, Stuart Dungan, Bob Fyock, and Tony Zapor. Row 3-Tom XX"irick, jim Brockman, Ronnie Champion, Bob Mix, jim Somerville, Ralph VC'obser, john Peng,-gun, Bob Huyw,,! Fred Abbott, Culvin Banks, and Coach Kralik. ROXX' 4-Jack linglish, Willie Richardson, Paul Sprunk, Marshall Bester, Dick Garner, Glen Browning, Wfilliam Taraschke, Dennis Murphy, Bruce Beckwith, and Nick Hazartl. XVON -1 LOST 3 TIED 0 A :greed men V X A4 Q .0 1. , 3522 .a,1fw", J- by ..,.. W Q :gy-f 1 E, vb! n V bww mx fzv' .X EN wif Q. mi? "ESQ , sy gig? egg, , ' gi1t!!i'.. . 4' '-L sn. .,,, .4 -'iw 'A L 1 , ' , ,1 , -Xe". Q. ,,., 9 . ' 1 wel "KW . . ' 4 ,QW if: W Mf2m1'gf1 W, My 39 . .. 9s,3+i'3n N , , E Q 1: - L: -fb - :si 1:1 2 Q y 's : 5 5222-:Ez-:EI :I '--,- -'f l 539592 HMS? if E ssiwmz A as -1 ROW' 1-XX"ilmcr Frank, manager, jim Harris, Tom Robinson, Ed Borton, Don I.aFramhoisc, Gerald Zctllitz, Bill Nelson, managu ROXX' 2-Don Bope, Bill Stine, Mr. Vaznelis, Mr. Campcy, Mr. Momscn, Jerry Mix, Ray Baker, David Vines. gaffefgaf amif Wl' 69 51 55 :jg 47 -18 5 3 67 72 iw 52 -17 -is 47 is 55 50 57 52 THEY Napolcon 60 DcVilbiss 5 3 fdouhlc ovcrtinicj Sylvania 52 Wootlward 66 Clay 56 Wriitc 51 Scott 52 Perrysburg 60 Bryan 78 fovcrtimej Wliitrner 53 Macombcr 72 Central 66 DcVilhiss 7 l Scott 50 Waite 57 Wootlxx'artl 49 Macomber 71 Central 70 Weiitc 53 jerry Zedlitz, all city and honorable mention in thc state, proudly rttcncs 118 Most Valuable Player Trophy from Coach Campcy Row l--George Kelly, joe Enright, john lfaken, Bruce lfwen, Tim Tim Hamilton, Chuck jefferys, Andy Kanrlik, Don Meyers, Row 2-Tyrone AQams, Chuck Knierim, George Keller, Coach Vaznelis, Tim Kennelly, Rick Brown, Dave Kemmerly, Ronnie Esmond QJQPUQ6 .QPQJAMQQH WON 8 LOST H WON 15 LOST 1 .1 fga Q. L fi. 1 l , Row l7Carl Schmidt, Bruce Kern, Craig Dotson, VC'illie Richardson, Larry Jefferies, Charles Thompson, Kenneth Chambers, Dennis Gar- ver. Row Z-Terry Piotraschke, Bob Katschke, john Petterson, Dave Osborne, Coach Momsen, jim Kretzinger, Ralph XX'ohser, Denny blur- phy, Terry Schnell. Row 3-Ken Najarian, Fred Freeman, Nick Hazard, Terry Flynn, Larry W1'ight, Bob Mix, Marvin Balim, -lim Somerville, Dean Shock, Neil Cook. Row -1-Ron Radke, Richard Garner, Milton Steward, XX'arren Leigth, Ed Looman, Larry Cook, XX'illiam Tarasrhke, Glen Browning, Bob Hayton, jim Striggow. 119 Row 1-jerry Cunning, Dave Whitney, Toni Rier, Ron Lingel. Row 27Hal Vlfagner, Tom Smith, Mr. Fisher, Phil Walholt, John Austrcw. ennid gcwega Row l-Dave Burzynski, Floyd Bell, Dick vVillC1'1T12lI1, Ronnie Kilell, Terry Sevrcnce, Andy Kzlnilik, Lee Mayer, Dave Suznr. Row 27Tnm Buczkowski, John Kulczak, Earl Schmukel, Ray Baker, Coach Vaznelis, Norm Wzilczzlk, Bch Fearnside, Tom King, Bruce Ewen, Bill Smaltz. 120 gay ow ing The golf team: Ernie Hartman, Ralph XX'ard, Rodger Skillitcr, Rick Brown, Dick Heaton, Ernio l-lurtmun, and Tom Merritt prac- Tom Merritt, Rick Brown, Bill DcSana, and Dick Heaton with tice their tlrivcs. Couch Needles. "-1 ff if . FQ "'4' Row l-Mr. Kubacki, Don Perry, jerry Kocpfler, Bill Shurtz, Paul Strahlcy, Ronald Houck, Tom DiSulle, Bill Schurtz. Row 2-jack English, Bob Schroeder, jim Mather, lilmer l--lutchinson, Bill Deitsch. Row 3-f-'ICl'l'y' Speelman, Bob Sclh, Bob Mecurio, Ray Bakcr, Fred Grnu, Art Dodge, Boh Aminzln. 1 Kuhurki and Fisher talk ovcr schcilulcs Ron,l.ingcl .md Hcrlv Pope arc on their wily to Dick XXliliL'l'IU2lI1, Floytl Bull, ami Ray Baker train RUl7l1W'I1 tennis practice. for lmsclmill, 121 L itxisfv 3 lffiffi' a Row l--Myron Bohnert, Isaac King, Al Burner, Bill Cummings, Lawrence Roberts, Ray Stevens, Jim Bowles, Denis XX'z1lte1'1'eit, Gary Ivletl, Bill McClure. Row 2-Tom Vluhns, jon Puttun, Henry Pauly, Run Reinhart, Allklll Funuff, Dale Clank, Tom Smith, Bill Tl1cJi'nton, hllllllllll Wlilltllllilll, W Terry Fuch. ' Row 3-lltltlie Cilnver, Dick I.e.1l'y, jim Kell, Huheit Ciliffniml, Pete Kukt-lu, Dick Aclurr, M11 XX'ii-iek, liill Stine, Jerry Mix. and IHL1IlilgCl'5 Dilve XX'YOl7SCI', Bill Nelson, Llllel Xxjillliiil' Frank. l l l"UlC 0llfl'lI0l,0l'lf,f i l City League . . . Untlefeiitetl DeVilbiss Night Relays . . . Wiiiiiei' l District . . . Iiirst X Cfozich Wirick watches another championship teiim work out. 122 2513 fmfi .1 is 2135 K -,,f M11 Nsctllcs' lwlpcrs, sczltcnl, left tu right: B111'l'u111'11 Kmvctsliy. Sl1111'1w11 14111115 prcsunts -Ilillll lfulczuk 11.1.11l Bill Stinc, uv-c11pt:1i115 ut Cy11tl1i11 Harris, BLll'lJilI'1l Pctc1Aso11, B1111111c Murscg st1lml111g, left tn thu t1111tlw11ll tp-11111, YV1fl1 the v1ctw1'y l. . "1l:."1 -Tx f '. 'lv 1151- . Y . A - lllxll Slmmm limit' 'llm lllclcls' Rmllu DRUM L' 'lull lu "Dt-x11t1y DL-X7illWlSS.- w.1s 11114 tlwmc ut thc PLA1'l 111.155 111cct111g tm v.11'. .lutly K111k.11tl, Saml1'.1 Clllllllllll, Sl1111'1111 Mgmz, Dclmcs F1'1111c1v, fllll' 11111jo1'cttw, loft to right: Maxine D11sl111c1', Mary Kay Huff- lllc rllmnlisglylllll fllllmc' 1111111, Murgig Yutzyi Juan XX'11tlswx11114tl1, Liz Kill1I'Ill13.1, ll2ll'l7 Bllllf-I' lxllfllllll XX'illi11111s, Sumly KL-lti11g:. Judy H111'1'1s. Margin Matccki, Tci1l11111,lM111'1ly11 l.C1l'71L1S, 11111l Izltunc Rz1111sc111' w1tl1 tlrum 1111111111 Lulu Huw' amd Dumm Iyumdny iuld thc SCINUI with Chcu-N ii Sc vu' A ' The 56111111 Y-'lqL'i.'FlS gmc 11 NYUI'1LlCI'lLll lW.lI1QL1Cf flll' thc fwutlwull lim-1'y1111c is L'llCCI'lI1gI the tn-11111 tu victmwry .xt tl1c Tl11111lug1x111g Day tcglm. 14.11119 123 MA Hurry! You'll he lute! Keep your eyes on the hall. Teamwork counts. A smashing serve hy Barbara Nancy Kordell receives. Is pole climbing part of the class? jump hall! To kick or not to kick, that is the question. XX"lmt are you diving? A tricky shot, Jean, Form is important! Slllllliilll Up and over, jess! 124 Strike three, you're nut! The cumei'a's looking your way ,D www-.M fl' wav ,bm www Sm!! as 53 Zi ei Q 4 4 f K 5 Q Q .., K 1 14 X an 1 1 X Q 50. 1 3 S Q 5 A gf. alzmg EW .Q wk ffiheq M TU ,. A gym?-Sigymf 'WEQ2 QQ .,, i ' fs Q 5 1 .Qi z ,Q 'A 1 Nw Q 3 2? E fig? 4550.33 mm Xa-M 1, M Q as M,u wa! an Q52 .af Xi inf. 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Con rad Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gartz Charles F. Gaynor W. Michael George William Gerhauser Ernst W. Hartman Dean Hochstettler John Hollo Jackson Fair George F. Jenks H. Johnson William H. Keim Harold L. Knapp Norman L. Kohring Matt Kolb M r. and M rs. Stanley Kravetsky Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lasko FAM f yt Mr. August B. Leibius ft , J ,,1..J Q mf.f..fr' -f Mr. and Mrs. John W. Leon QQ' JW" , L Mr. and Mrs. Ben Long bf !b,fv,!'L, ifkml t M B B. L 1 ' en ong Q!! Fraytlpl Mr. and Mrs. H. Carlton Loosl ..f - f ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Luscombe UN Li ,Lf .fflff-f" I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meyers 11 J i Mrs. Clayton Mock x AQQQ, 'r Mrs. Helen Moyer Wi-L Mr. and Mrs. W. Nehring A,f,L,'ZG!f D. C. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. 5 ML Mr. and Mrs. Lynn C. Raemore Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Potter IXHL! W W Ralph E. Ringel Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Roush C! , Q elf.. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schmakel if 4.4 1-SH!!! Mrs. W. L. Shipman !J,A,y,,4lL0 Silhouette Beauty Shop I , V... if 'uv' L, ' J Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Smith - f 0 fxnfaffj A Mr. and Mrs. Merrill smith - 4 f0 J y .gfiffi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Streit CLF aff Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Tripp rf J Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Van Karsen In that y 1 L, , 4-if 3 Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Tassel ,fg4Lf63'i1f 41 I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walker .J M ,KJ if Dr. and Mrs. f y.. William L. Wallbank Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Wobser Mrs. Bertha Wolfert Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Zedlitz Zetalethean Literary Society f2fmzaA.,:d me X ' '67 M :ff'f4"-.Xi f .., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmer -ffiyif Q 44-Of 1 .44'44m'Z1!fZ..2 'MQW ,feud A! 1.11. , fl l Vx f 'V ,v ,516 Qi fp l . 128 Cf f ' 77" 'U Read 3411: h ' Mm I .QA 1f"5-x vw. ""' M'-EJ. M11 K1'.1IikS XL'I'51UIl uf dim-ct111g xpurkx thu Puri M11 H.11'di11Ku In-lpx lid Pruv with lux xclu-July Hp R.xIly fm' ilu' Ik-Villwiw gum- NI.1' "lw.1lwyxits" with llrl' mu little- -'unix Dk-Iwlm , x1,1z 1. xll. LW4 f- hm nm! him. hum- m.lkL- tha' !llWI.lI'y .1 PlL.lN.lllI :mms U I H lm m mlm IN H .uni Nxmly, pl.la'c tu study, MM with hu' run lxrth 111111-xlx, Dk-lwlwir mul Mix Rccxm-'N "hc-Ill." lWIl5Ql1IL'I1x flu LHHXQINIIIHII Nunlx 129 qwrgjww ,W W M wffjwi 6 QA Mb ,L 4 'C 4 A, If gif iff? jiftficwc +f7MUWW7W' WI CQMPLIMENTSJMQQW or E GCDRDCDN ELECTRIC WW SERVICE Way thiswyea b th pp g 9 rift d i'fffsfc?f W Electrical Contractors CHerry .E A A ell, lx-M If J 1 C1..,fii,,!l.f'I"X ffl1'w" l , Q Vo fi, AW' fl I liwjjzkfil A -Q Q pl Tf,5.f'ij3f4.f?..f I ,flfo KM K KAUEQIRUA lvlyll' iff'-'QW . ,owe wee...-l.. 1' , ACOIPPLI ENN F I A CI AAA! xg. !Q,,6n,9 L5,IL,fCL1,L.dx C . ' I ' ' . F . c e 1 ' , llf! . IQ wf-'I ay , ' Qt" 5 Nlta's Beauty Sho .,lA.fca2,.fif...,lx+M li C! . ff , C JUANITA LARK lf fl L J-fb' sits ' Mftl -'J " ' ' 'Z Ps 63 so. ST. LAIR ST. 962 .1 K! 1 ii L!!-ffyk. . WL' 2015 Glendale Ave. Toledy ohie Est a,0gi1f,J.f,eE4u thAZf1890 V 1, , " K , if A NEAl'S DRUG STORES We fill your neighbor's prescriptions Do we fill yours" Two convenient locations 1051 Western 2596 Broadway roy oun EQDING E R YOUR Enom Special Prices for Students R 'uvqpl' ' ' 'lamb Featuring "The Tony Martin Tuxedo " Dinner Jackets in The New Pastel Shades 6,000 Garments to choose from Shoes, complete accessories RUSSEll'S FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE 405-407 Broadway - ' CH. 8-6666 Open Eves. Till 9:30 p. m. Sunday 12 to 4 Neville Tree Expert Company 862 Woodsdale Avenue Toledo. Ohio ALWAYS A LEADER Driggs Dairy Farms, Inc. 1149 Grand Ave. AT YOUR INDEPENDENT GROCER OR FOR HOME DELIVERY Call CH. 4-3755 Wm. Kistner WA. 2611 131 SAVING IS EASY WHEN YOU SAVE FOR A PURPOSE Q A CAR Q A VACATION Q COLLEGE Q FUTURE NEEDS SAVE AT THE HOME . . . "Where Your Savings Grew In Safety" THE BUILDING 8. SAVINGS co. 902 BROADWAY 0 2202 w. CENTRAL - 2670 WOODVILLE RD COMPLIMENTS D A DUFFEY XI SUN INC OF . C Q The Lutheran Bunk Shop CONTRACTORS AND 210 SUMMIT ST. CH. 2-1632 BUILDERS TOLEDO OHIO 623 BURBANK DR H dq f Bbl P y B k Bbl S y B k TOLEDO OHIO R ,g P R d G g C d 1 N I, A W -19 Y' 3-.M I , J 1., S' H' r V, fm.. Alllllitll' Cil.1saiCa1l I.L'21j.ILlL'I'5 I1-Ruy AI1LlL'I'SkY!1A Tum H1-trrinlgc, HMA Gculgc Iilwliugg .xml l..lI'I'y Fullu xtudy the lmlwita uf xxlutc 1' llx lWkll.l wV.lllk'l', Bkllhilfil Inng, .md Del B1'istwl'--cclcblxltc l..1ti11 .1511 p1'1w1L1t f1u'Miss Fiudlcr. XX'1'Qk, 1957 A dl-Gun lmusc in thc milking! jiumct lf1Vvt1L-1' 411111 Vfcndy Smith Llkk' ll IULII' of nur IIQXN' Im c1o111m11c IUUIIIS. XIALIII Auf1Ic1'hcidc, Nancy KtlI'll2lfll, julie XXI-tcl1c1', 111111 jerry Mix put thc finishing fUL1CllL'5 on glrmuthcl' uL1tsta1111Ii11g C,'r'1wI.1l. An iI1dLl5fI'iULl5 typing claws 111 work. 133 Arthur W. Toepfer Member Florists Telegraph Delivery Mary A. Warning DEALER lN Flowers GROCERIES and MEATS 1217-1219 Broadway Phone WA. 1034 2067 Wayne St. CHerry 1-6231 H. H. Birkenkamp Funeral Home Inc. 97 Years of Personal Service Same Location Phones CHerry 3-2183 - 3-2184 1003 to 1011 Broadway, Toledo, Ohio Trilbiy Branch Tremainsville and Alexis Road Kingswood 3772 Heine's Fish and Chips For Fine Foods 515 Spencer BERNlE'S SOHIO SERVICE Picnic Supplies WA. 9871 1013 South CH. 4-6091 Compliments , Empire Petroleum, Inc of Wayne St. 84 Toledo Terminal R.R. SHELL Gasoline and 808 Western Ave' Range 81 Furnace Oils CHerry 2-0662 WA 3073 134 DUNBAR Plumbing and Heating Co. Plumbing, Heating, Well Drilling and Pumps 1430 B dway CH y 83749 T ledo 9, Ohio Kopfman Bakery 1940 WAYNE WALBRIDGE 0627 For The Best In Baked Goods Complimen-ts of PATCHEN ELECTRIC co. 501 SOUTH ST. CLAIR CH. 1-3187 NATIONAL CEMENT PRODUCTS COMPANY 2930 WAYNE ST WA. 3477 CONCRETE FLOOR MATERIALS CEMENT 84 CINDER BLOCK STEEL CASEMENT SASH BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Swan Creek Lumber Company Quality Millwork Lumber and Hardware CHerry 1-1211 226 City Park FeIgner's Department Store Clothing and Shoes 2231 SOUTH - CORNER WAYNE Toledo, Ohio Seam," 1'-Aug-9-k-ik5L.S2'x.l5-I-'SQ,, For Complete Drugs and Prescription Service AL Drug Sundries Your Sohio Dealer Fountain Refreshments - School Supplies WAYNE 61 SOUTH STOP at S'NCE1931 Seelig's Drug Store ATLAS TIRES 8. BATTERIES 1732 Arlington WA. 0174 A LIBBEY BOOS-TER Bill Albertson Jack Grimes Toledo Automatic Transmission Inc. Complete Auto Service t SPECIALIST IN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Two Locations To Serve You 441 Spencer St. lSoutl1 Endl lWest Endl 946 Eleanor Ave. WAlbridge 5659 TOLEDO, OHIO LYceum 2286 Leydorf's Super Market Lusk Appliance Quality Foods - Reasonably Priced Eled-rica' Appliances A 1949 BROADWAY We Deliver CH. 3-8234 1728 Broadway ELgin 2525 Compliments Phone CHerry 3-4961 f O FAIR PIANO MOVERS Arlington Cleaners 'WINNIE R- FAIR X 1764 ARLINGTON Been ln Business 47 Years XL Gi QI 'fl mmf WA. 0526 ' Q T' X 432 BADEN ST. TOLEDO 9, OHIO ll Riixiu pn-sclmrx l'i11rlml1'.i Lung witli Ilia- lictty CQl'1vclcL'r Our u1'ilicst1'1i in iczuliiiws fm' lliu Lilwlwcy Opin Hum Ol1R'lll.lliCI' nf Pl4UIIlUIAI'ONX' Awami, Our tiniest cliccl' lL'lklL'I' Bn-Iwi PI'Ugl'1lIU. N Harris, llclps Mr. Martin Llllll gfl, ., , k' , t H L. il. - th, li ill Slim: Anil l4,Hilllli.A l,llLlly'SCl'X'lCQ' Siuiilm Murplly cmvl Dunn, urgk, my mum tl, llyilljllgvcf Iugxm A5 mix mu 5 UL U15 pup 5 'H k lXl.lI'L'I.l Nclxring in tlic stgztiuncik clerk. Yidm-y' ' ' -luuiiu l'lL'1'y, C,i1i'ul Mills, Cuiiim- Hulwlvcll, li.11'lw.11' ,MC ilgdimt mm, wnfl-mm thc tyI,,ing Class! XX"illtgr, buc Scliiiulcig JLIIIICL' XXXIIQS, Silllkllll Y1lllDl'CXK .mil .lrll Vogul gaiiicd pc1'SpcCt1Yc im thc nrt trip. xldsll fur thu l.im.i mpccidlf Frulily Furum says. "Stump Ctllflllllw 157 Roofing Furnaces Spouting A Voegeli Heating 620 South St. Clair Toledo, Ohio Phone: CH. 1-1191 - For Your Daughter or Son - We Will Furnish A Typing Instruction Book ERIKSEN'S, INC. Machines-Furniture-Supplies 323 Erie CHerry 1-1193 Newell's Teen Town Music Shop Instructions in: Instrumental Music CH. 3-6512 We Call For And Deliver TRIANGLE SALES 81 SERVICE General Repairing - Batteries Dancing and Goodyear Tires Singing Bands 1631 Broadway MUSIC IS EDUCATION Toledmohlo c. 6-6541 139 Huron sr. JIM FRANK roivi FRANK THE SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO. Heaton Park Superior Lumber-Millwork Barber Shop 2YardS 4326 SOUTH DETROIT 425 Earl Street 1307 Prouty Avenue TAYW1401 Cl-lerry 3-7168 Dewey Pence, Prop. WA. 6271 WALTER FUNERAL HOME 1221 Broadway Phone CHerry 3-4105 Weber N. Oreenwalt Bobb's Cleaners 4326 SOUTH DETROIT Leland E. Lamb Bob Pacholski, Prop. WA. 9321 138 ' ' A -L, 1 fd' - C' for WG,?z, fx-42-1 I MJ SSM E-W-fffff qynwvxdrs ra Q,2I'7 .,L,fu..,c.-1 05 .' T 9,6 1 0 jf Televisiorl and Appliances, Inc. ,V y , ofa WwmgsQ,gt2E Z2All?,Cil9 ?lg?E1StLAm.MA9G! d'6I'.Ai2-Gi, -ggi Rani-Lf! U FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION , ' ' ' a 'os pp'jnceSLMMZLs ' , wb, CLVLQJ ,Mag ZQMMMTEQW4 G amp! ,J A .. E, ,Warm I . A -,f du 2552 Parkway Plaza fill82,ig28cBLI:loZdwayg Q2ql!LLA!Toledo 9, Ohio P Maumee, Ol'li0 A C , , aff M5 OT T Tfffgf 22242 rf' IJ? ' We-ff' Kf6? f6eaE7 CMJ f ' J KUHLMAN BUILDING SUPPLY M afrfifcta- f6fZ4"'Aa,9Furnished . B.P.S. Paints Gm Supplies I BETTER BU LDING MATERIALS I 'I ' L f- f ,,, 6 -cg' f mu S74z,cS-pa, yiwf O I I n l i K o s Largest Sel hon of Face BrICk , , ,- ELECTRICAL SUPPLIE Mx T READY-MIXED CR do ,Z ,f .- Vip' "'g""V'7zmMBlNG SSPPCCEE f 1 S701 WEiLl:g?oo ugVZI'?bQ A P Q I HQQSFIQZEQLA aw I ef 'S ow WW C ' BUILDERS PPLY GLASS , 8. BRICK COMPANY Lflkwwmf oo-C121-,Z . OJ!! Main of? . 914 SUMMIT ST. - Toledo 4 , rw 1 lf' C f 4 X -' af! L, N " D04 I3fM ' Ahmjgl enf In I T! T by it , E Cougeo-ZS irvice J1 St: Toledo 9, io if CHerry -416 7 A QM 06394 CVXTb4,, K V WLT 085' L 4-for Z fl fi fl A ,ff I .V If T lvl Wwwl g"JwM'6ff Q6 M vw f , W0 , f f i' EENSgX K SSgj WEAR Ted'S Sohio Service Tot and Teen Shoppe EoR SERVICE AT ITS BEST 3660 Rugby Drive ff! Tgledg 14, Ohig Afjwesfern and Hawley ELgin 1581 , M gfo QIQHZ x : I I N X. 5 0STEN'S Treasure - Craft Jewelers CLASS RINGS - CLASS PINS Commencement Announcements s , S3 S f - R 'N G5 E, Xl H55 SX X ' N S Y -' Designers and Manufacturers of the ' V ' TL WorId's Finest School Jewelry 3 ., SS il lx X3 Main Office and Plant - Owatonna, Minnesota 'xii x X X 5 1 XJ Nl 2. Xl N Ea grn. Divislion Headquarters - 627 Union Commerce Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio X. U , M Y xx- -Q X. 3 ,S R ' Q QXXQRA .3 K ,Q , lN All i K, S g as X S XC lMELLE'S HARDWARE 1 Y R2 R ,Q 1735 Arlington Avenue Visit our second floor which now supplies you with Complete lines of SPORTING GOODS and TOYS Headquarters for PAINTS 0 HOUSEWARES 0 GLASS 0 KEYS MADE prop. Harold E. Melle, .lr. Wa. 4225 lclass '5OJ "Hmmm, I wmiiici' whcrc they Could hc!" Chris asks Ruth :mil Rcvcrciid i'i.ll'Q.lfLA is iiitimiiicui hy ,lim Bcttriihgu, Miix' KJV. H , , ,, , ' ' lhc lung ilXYLlIIL'Li period 11.15 fllllliiy ili'1'1x'cd. Limchf R01 llfhi ,ICVW Wifi' mm' "UT fmm Thi' ml-if Ball U' WWC I'UfVC5h' liuiutiful Liccuiultiuiiw hy the Phila .nhl .1 festive riiiinli tu thc Hiwifs 14lfL'IL'l'ial. W'ith .r uniqus NVl'Cllfll, thc Zvts wish cvciyuiic Ll Merry Cli1'istiii:ix. Lihhcyifu cnjuy tha- Mamii Grin spirit .lt the Puri-Furuiii iliiiicn 141 .QM ff' ' wlllwj wlw MW f ff W F. D. Bolanderason FUNERAL SERVICE fl My 1422 Broadway CHerry 3-2820 x X ff . ,. 7 . if . Sher-Go Cre 'r Jewele fwfliw -A2' 8 ecerwi J Mgw' Jewelry Replair of All inds fl? K ' Ji Cosfume Jewelry i Of!! Birfhsfone RlngS 7 ' AL h lk' b ' -4 Wafchbands 1 Silverware L5 - A oufooo xilfngraving ,L A Job at Ohio Bell C EDiamOndS I11te1'esti110' work.. .ffoocl paw and I qrompacls frequent raises . ..lols ol' new lrienlcls.. . rophles , . , Watches uncl plenty ol chances for IJTUIIIOUUII. N Clocks :awww- Soufh CH. 2-5491 5526 .- ' I x f Come in and talk it over THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Acme Pharmacy 1401 SOUTH ST. Rexall Store Reliable Prescriplion Service Paul F. Rupp WA. 1434 Earl A. Renshaw COMPLIMENTS OF Beverly Hardware 3726 So. Defroif WAlbriclge 5972 142 FORMAL WEAR RENTALS CHAMPION CLEANERS 1542 SOUTH at CHAMPION Phone wA. 7131 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Our complete line of newly styled suits and accessories are at all times available to you at a price that is surprisingly low, considering the quality of our stock. lVlore important than this is our ever existing spirit of friend- liness and since desire to make any formal occasion a beautiful and happy .V P 1 -I , ly ,Q q 1 2 fl Va ,-7 I, . yi! 1 experience, whether it be your Senior Prom or your wedding. fl N fl f , . 7 ,' , " f , I, . f O I Q , ,f il? - l . , . , "U J, ffyn V, N 1 xwfl, 1 fl If bvj 7 U X 5 7 X -I IJ 47 7 L I 7 V , , ., I x I 1 . X, X 'flly , if I Z I fla' 1, flflf- 1 JKT M A typ fl t 'A' V U LY! lx Barbara and Don Lue'rtke,f iff! .VW ,ff ,ff F ,. Q7 v A ,X I I 1 f U iv if lp! fl 'J' , D t Class of 48 and 46 X ff? V7 xygf M, I, W K Qqf Y! QI! ,. V W5 A f xl, XT 1 ' fyfljf "if fjlfu I U fn! I VV fi , f VIL! y .O-M 'Z Jf A fy 'Cf I ' af ,asf Y fwfr ff .W I f ff' tj W! ,-17 If Vofy If 1 U V l ff' N f fl, Y ,ff 'ff ffipfi' V' rf, 4, , ,V I ji lui, nfl xx 7 .7 l F L7 L If 1 l 1' l w, 'A 7 yt F M71 7 , ff A,,fi1 ff f X ii as 47 at it J ,A , ,W y IU pf,-fl! z i A gL71,!7 f T flfyyf X ffl? Q,lV!y,,?,A,.7 I 9,11 I 'I f ,X L X4 1 .X , LVL! M Y. , 1 f,fj,.-f Y a,i.Qfg,,f4 ff4f14c,4fC2,ff1"feO ff -7 , ,f Compliments of HI-LEVEL CAR WASH OPEN 8 - 6 Daily 8 - 1 Sundays Experts af Washing and Polishing CHerry 6-2125 433 Broadway Toledo 4, O Complimenfs of Wynn Bros. Elmer Drug Store 1541-45 Wayne Sf. 1917 Wayne at Fearing WA. 2911 Wholesale Grocer A REGISTERED PHARMACIST ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES Toledo 9, Ohio WA. 5145 144 fx-" - N . rl.. X fV"rA-f ' X ,...,f - L'7C,4fMf-Q1Jbe.. ef 14, X6 AJ ff' A ,JL I 6 L7fLff-ft-L-U ?4fw.J,J ,5-.Milf-24 ' , A 4 ,L . , 'J ' ,. 2fZLt'rj'e4.fws0-Q do j T L ' ihizc' fb Kzgeai, , Aetelwf . A eww ,zz wav, vw . a P W-we W y Hous V Aaeiacjg , R, I Q at ' enZfZ'iTnfm1:2'r1E iA'wW"MLJ f S7123 - 5 ML! MJ? dwg,-A AQWM rnst exa ru fy Mum TO AY - sAvE Loss 17' f76'!Wb'!'f' f " 5 5 5 S TOMORROW 1137 South Avenue Toledo 9, Ohio Phones: Office CH. 6-8016 - Residence WA. 6308 1639 Broadwa South Sicie's Prescription Center CH. 3-2835 Cinderella Shop 2015 GLENDALE Ladies' Apparel WA. 9201 Jax Services Inc. Sunoco Products Road Service CH, 3-0440 1620 Broadway at South WA. 9211 1464 South JOE I. COOPER, Florist Specialist in Original Designs - Unusual Presentations An expressive symbol of your love and devotion . . . is a keepsake vas of flowers . . . a container of plants . . . a corsage she will wear proudly. 1635 Broadway Toledo, Ohio CHerry 3-5139 Compliments of L. J. Beckler, D.D.S. Compliments of Tom's Barber Shop SPENCER 81 NICHOLAS Melle Floor Covering 1726 Arlington Ave. Toledo, Ohio "We give 'S 81 H' green st ps '16 rykmfw 2f1'y. ufwjf 1.163 ' fy y ?..eQ . Nj .J QQEY 1 M . . 1 M MQ' 'SL ' . T .B a s ' Clufches - Tlres ' Bafferres !,0.,J?UY."j1g1f'0vyfZf'kXi1Wx551 rf A V ' - Jwygva UYBIISS SVBPVICB Station QQQIQ1 '30 O A ML 1 .XZlUbCompleTe SOHIO Service Z! U SQQE7 'NF fy? KVYJ897 Srr oled0, Ohio WA. 364 rf? if COMPLIMENTS OF .T . The Frank Cartagebrrrpany , 1 , 'r , 1. 1 5' ," 1 X T 1 1 .rv T T . A General lfuqlring -frr14ww6shing:6n + A cH. 8-6466 T . it Phone i er1'y 3-1153 Res. Phone WA. 2182 B 1 I Qi 1 .K x W MM Connie! T eaners Qualify Cleaning and Laundry OM 1216511344750 rf 1226 BROADWAY 968 SOUTH CH. 1-3835 IN BY 10 - OUT BY 4 WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS Hawley Hardware and Appliance A 2 A fxx "T 1 Piffsburgh and Arvon Texfure Paints - N, I.Mazzurco Co. H d EI f I S I. O its ar w pp les 1 fa I N E . . . . Q, .... T T ESPSCIBIIZIHQ In T I pl bng Supp' ' Xi H urn T 615 - Fashan T kl vi Ogg E QQ Rizza Products Y 9 X. T V ' Q ' . Q' O Xb CHESTER R. szYMANsKl K . A T P5 A Q- 513H!ESrigg1'l'6?1' T I a Oh 320 N H I y Sf CHe y12017 s, X N rg 9- gm ' X C 1'E' 6 .4 E x ., 1 V 1 C 7' . 4 - fx- , . N , ' 1 xl . It ' g N-Q uf f if C f , jyi: Lf ,X ,V . , fy , . .J f' 1, ,f v ,Y A , , , 4 f fl, X, -ou 5 L. 1 bk ' ff f 2 L ,J ibxrj O CX L DQ 0541 Lk, Nxt K! 4 NIL fu X' L V V L ul L f Q Fl X is y f -1 Kg , 'D I L TAD ' ou ' "m5Missionll1l5 Life ls To Serve You Well" 'gg CQQEE' N' ' V QNX lif:al:h's Purse lllil Snrvilzv my rom s. son Monrumzv 0 ,cf Q L! 63 Years of Service 2021 Glendale Avenue 'v E J f U Tires - Batteries - Accessories 2310 Jefferson Ave. Near Collingwood Toledo ohio Expert Lubrication 'Qui' 5 J h E F th Emery W. Dorfru y Tune'up Fix A if. SIMGNDS SGHIC SERVICE A. L. SIMONDS SL SCN SPANGLER CANDY wishes your school AVI f' x 4 --7 kg, .1 , 9- K 'E f..P"', VMS. VV QS! 'N 'gl 1 ff: 'x sf ,le .NX 'fl , Q 2, S Ki 'C Ni .Xxx . K Al and Si Success It it is a Gasoline Station Item . THE FINEST lN CANDY! 1' 5 we have it E 55: lg ?v 0 . 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